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Thursday. April 16,1959 Tri-County Publications: Arcade Herald.- Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County.- Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Page Seven Arcade Mrs. Jane Rosier Social Editor [Robert Ritter flew to Florida last week with the ROTC o£ the University of Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hebble were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Walter Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blue of Olean called on Mrs. John Tar - brake and daughter, Pat, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crabb and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Rushford attended the Richfield Convention in Atlantic City, last week. Mary Ann and Debbie Crabb spent the week with Mrs. A. W Theiman, in Salamanca. Linda and Molly Crabb were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sher­ man Meyers of Sardinia last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. King and daugh­ ter of Williamsville called on Mrs. Pearl Bray last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Preston of Buffalo spent Sunday with M r and Mrs. John Decker and son. Mr and Mrs. Howard Erlck of Angola were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. William Brick and fam­ ily, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Narrow were afternoon and evening guests Sunday of Mr . and Mrs. Kenneth- Bray and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bray and Mrs. Earl Brewer attended a county-wide Grange meeting a t the Perry Center Grange, Monday evening. Chester Mlnkler played in a concert, Monday evening, with th e Houghton' College String En­ semble. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Minkler and family were Mrs. Henry Knapp, Paul Knapp. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bates and children of Lyons, and Dr and Mrs. James Gibbons and children of Marion. Mrs. Dale Kile and Duane Holts were in Rochester Sunday and visited their mother, Mrs. Holts. Mrs. Louis Schuyler of Cuba was the guest of Mr and Mrs. John Hartley and son, Tommy, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs . Clifford Twiss of Curriers will entertain Mr and Mrs. David Welles and children at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Welles birthday Fred Fisher and Wayne Sedg­ wick of Rochester were recent guests of Mr and Mrs. Milford Fischer Mr, and Mrs . Fred Laird were guests of Mr and Mrs. Jack Corey in Youngstown, N Y, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Fred Laird enter- YOUR BIG MAN LOOKS BEST IN as advertised tn | $ 3 95 Pants SANFORIZED TAILORED MATCHED SETS Lait-mlnute ruth In up-to-the-minute style . . . that's your \big man\ Jn BIG YANK Matched Sets. He'll like the wearing ease . . . you'll love the washing ease of fhifc!urable vat-dyed twill. Choicoof six colors. ' Clothir^g HYLANDS and Sh oes ARCADE Men's and Boy's Wear tained Earl Fritz at dinner •Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ansley Schroeder were dinner guests of Mr . and Mrs. Eric Lee, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Watkins of Frankllnvllle were dinner guests Sunday evening of their daughter, Mrs. Harold Bray, and children. Rev. and Mrs. William Dunstan of Conewango Valley were guests of Mrs. Harold Bray and children, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Powers of Wellsville, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Fries of Buffalo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fries, Jr Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fries were in Wellsville Saturday evening and enjoyed dinner with their couples club. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnston of Springville called at the Clyde Johnston home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Caner entertained at a family buffet din­ ner Sunday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Walter Reidel. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ottney entertained M r and Mrs. John Vought, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mor­ rison and M r and Mrs. Maurice Hopkins Saturday evening. Mrs. Bernard Brass called on Mrs. Stella Lafferty in Delevan, Thursday evening. Mrs. Re x Rosier is a patient a t the Williamsport Hospital Let's all remember her with a card and wish her a speedy recovery Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davis of Franklinville were visitors Friday at the Carroll Hughes home. Michael, Steven and Patrick Hughes of Perry were visitors Saturday at the C. Hughes home. Visitors Sunday were Mr and Mrs. Charles Jankovits of Batavia, and the Lawrence Hughes family of Stow, all of whom with Mr. and Mrs. Hughes attended the 25th Wedding Anniversary celebration lor Mr . and \Mrs. Ferdinand Fer- aldl held Sunday afternoon at Sardinia. Floyd Hughes of Canaseraga visited his parents Sunday eve­ ning. Mr. and Mrs. John Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Medford Savage and daughter Kathy of Holland called on Jennie Heath Sunday afternoon. Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. Mary Owens Thursday, April 23 at 1:30. Gladys Dildine Bowls 206 For High Game In Tuesday Night League High game for the week in the Tuesday Night Ladies League went to Gladys Diidine with 206, 180. Other high games were bowl- fd by M. Thompson, 165; O. Ar­ nold, 164, B . Esposito, 162, L . Aus­ tin, 180, R. Keem, 160, G Hanes, 169, F Morgan, 167, M. Dornan, 176, M Swanson, 171, 177, P Tar- brake, 163; A. Lavrey, 160; M White, 160; G. Ford, 181, 186 and T. Roche, 173, 162. Team standings are- W L Meyers 82 34 .Waters 72 Vi 43% Beauty Nook 71 45 Bliss 68 48 Arcade Lumber 67 49 Bordens 48 >A 57% Kendall 57% 58% Del-Macs 56 60 Eagles 55 61 Arcade Bottling 42% 73 & F & H. 39 77 Red & White 27 89 Squire Applegate Says: G.L.F. QUALITY torn Supplies Early Fall is the best time to start a new lawn or renovate an old one. Do it with quality supplies from G.LF. Special Prices | Grass Seed $3.50 5-ib. bag Sweeps clean with' out injuring grass. Specialty mixed fo grow in thit area. Lawn Fertilizer «s $2.73 £, lb Supplies plant nutrients your soil lacks. HIWtGMiC is\ • • O J Reg. $7.95 Easy lead­ ing, easy rolling. 101 purposes Pickup Cart $5.98 Lawn & Garden Fertilizer 5-10-5 50 lbs. $2.00 Green Laim Fertilizer 10-5-5 50 lbs. $3.75 5-10-5 with 24-D 25 lbs. $2^5 , Peat Moss . 3 cu. ft. $2.50 6 ciyg ||jaRK Lawn and Garden Lime TB^Grade.lime . 50 lbs. f_ West Main St ARCADE SERVICES Phone 4 .or 258 PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, trees are a natural heritage that must be protected and preserved now and for the future; AND WHEREAS, there is a growing appre­ ciation of them and the part they have in the beautification of our community, NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOHN BAILEY, MAYOR of the Village of Arcade do hereby pro­ claim Fnday, April 24, 1959, as Arbor Day in the Village of Arcade. Signed. John Bailey Mayor Stan Gerstung Hits 600 Series In Classic League Bob Ross of VFW No. 1 was high for the Classic League with a 229. High game with handicap was tied last week between Clar­ ence Nichols and Jerry Hamilton with 243 both of the Club RuAr. Stan Gerstung of Bordens was the only man this week t o hi t the 600 series with 181, 210, 209. Other 200 games were: Aaron Brandt 211, Tony Kwaplch 200, Ray Smith 212, Hugh Harrison 202. Team standings are: W L Arcade Hotel 82% 37 V6 Bordens 78 42 Ranch House 78 42 Purina Chows 77 43 Morrison Motors 70% 49% Lancaster Silo 70% 49% Weismantel Bros. 68% 51% Brown Candy 66% 53% VFW No 1 61 59 Gulf Station 57 63 VFW No. 2 56 64 Meyers Home Appl. 54% 65% W. S. Davis, Inc. 54 66 Czcsak 54 68 Roche Tire Serv. 54 66 Sandusky 52 68 Central Service 46 74 AMF 41 79 Nourse Plumbing 40 80 Club RuAr 39 81 S. Barber Bowls 206 For High Motorola Game High game for the week in the Motorola League was rolled by S. Barber with a 206. Other high games were bowled by L. Plum- mer, 204; F. Arnold, 190; F. Kott- witz, 178; E. Ellis, 171, 171; B Miller, 166; M. Hamilton, 163; B. Rider 161 and P. Tarbrake 161. Team standings are: W L Atoms 79 25 Rockettes 69 35 Steeler 65 39 Eagles 59 45 Jubilees 57 47 Stardusters 54% 49% Assemblers 42% \61 % Mugwumps 35 69 Bowlett.es 33 71 Motorola 26 78 High Three Game Total In Thursday Night League Was 2,306 We are sure Machias Mrs. were a bit sad when one of their bowl­ ers, Marie Watson was forced to quit bowling because of sickness for the rest of th e season. Marie has bowled several seasons with this team and we can assure any­ one they ar e among the best sports of th e league. The girls hope Marie will be back next year Helen Geiger bowled 188 for the high game of the week. Helen had a 509 series. Ann Gibbon scored 185 plus 27 pins handicap for the high game with handicap. Lime Lake Amusement bowled 2306 for a 3 game total. Louise Mount converted the 7-6-10 split. Team standings are Lime Lake Amuse 80 28 Lester's Spuds 73 35 Marshs Market 67 41 Mickey's Diner 62 % 45% Borden Foods 54 54 Buffalo Whlse Supply 51 57 Howlett Store 47% 60% Arcade Hotel 43 65 Bowler-ettes 35 73 Machias Mrs. 26 82 Mike Haskell Bowls 234 For High Major League Game Mike Haskell bowled 234 for high game last Monday night as Dick Turk of th e Orphan's was high with handicap with 255. The Arcade Dry Cleaners have come along to tie Barney's Esso in th e first half and we all thought that this Esso team had tied Sugg for the whole year but they haven't. There was a mistake in the addi tion and the Men's Shop took total pins and three points. All in all Barney better ge t some of that high test octane for th e team, this isn't the time to run out of gas. 200 games for the night: Jim Lav cry 201, Dick Turk 203, 210, Har old Crabb 201, Don Whiting 203, 202, John Dildine 205, Otto Kos- merl 210, Jay Yansick 203, Henry Kolczynski 202, Bill Lavery 204, Ray Wairod 205, Larry Romance 204. Team standings are W L Barney's Esso 37 19 Arcade Cleaners 37 _ 19 Lektronz 34 22 Red Arrow 32 % 23% Sugg 32 24 Orphans 31 25 Waters Jewelry 30 26 Loggers 29 27 Men's Shop 28 28 Walton's IH 28 28 Bliss Hotel 27 29 Arcade Collision 28 30 Motorola Tuners 25 31 Arcade Dairy 25 31 Arcade Hotshots 23 33 Elbowbenders 21% 34% Motorola Rockets 19 37 Phil's TV 19 37 Crystal Lake Mrs. Karl Osmon Mr and Mrs. Karl Osmun were in Delevan and Machias Saturday Vem King who has been ill for some time & improving. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson of Rush ford visited Mr and Mrs. Karl Osmun Wednesday evening. Leslie Williams wa s in Rush ford Saturday evening. Gordon Morgan is in '.he Mil lard Fillmore Hospital for sur­ gery. His father, Stanton Morgan and his sister, Rosetta, visited him Monday. He had an operation on his neck Monday. Mrs. Mina Clement and son •Mearl and Stanton Morgan and daughter Corrine and son Gordon were in Olean Friday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Wixon of FarmersvlHe called at the Clement home Saturday evening. Mrs. 'Herman Burrows and children called at the Clement home Saturday evening. Callers at the Clement home Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Stan­ ley Morgan and daughter Shirley and son Dale of Rock City, Mr and Mrs. Charles Wixon, daughter, Charlotte, and son Chuckie, Stan­ ton Morgan and sons, William and Richard of Farmersville. Mrs. Mina Clement and son Mearl and Miss Corrine Morgan called on Mrs. Archie DeLude and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ward DeLude of Attica Monday Freedom Mrs. Charles Howlett According t o tentative plans Russell Bishop of Buffalo will be guest speaker at 'the Morning Wor­ ship Services at Freedom Church next Sunday The Adult Bible Class met at the home of Rev and Mrs. C R, Chamberlain Sunday evening Norris Phillippi of Fillmore was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Howard Morgan and family Afternoon callers \were Mr and Mrs. Paul Jones and family of Machias and Mr and Mrs. Byron Hurlburt and son Henry Miss Mary Davies and Janet Benning and two students from Naples and Lloyd Davies attended the Youth Conference at Taylor University at Uplands, Indiana, over the weekend. Mrs. Donald Lester is a surgical patient in the Warsaw Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hurlburt and daughters Donna and Brenda were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Dale Benjamin at Bel­ mont. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eurgess, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Brown and son Stevie, and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Brown were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs . Stephan ntmmmtinrummmnrmmnmmimnmii I A WORD 10 THE BRIDE-TO-BE... s SHELDON CARDS and GIFTS c/o Mrs. John Lachut On Route 20A Big Tree Road in the TOWN OF SHELDON Beautiful Wedding Invitations and Wedding Accessories... Gilts for all occasions at Big Discount. Prices... Also First Holy Communion f Prayer Books and Rosaries... First Holy Communion Party Invitations, raiging in prices 5c-10c-15c each A Beautiful Free Gift for the Bride with an order of Wedding Invitations. Phone CYpress 1758 after 6 p. m. Open every evening, all day Saturday and Sunday until | Further Notice , 5 Rushford Woman Writes Two Books On Cooking Meeting at Ashford Ho'low last Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs. W. J Irwin of Caneadea visited Mrs. Orrel How­ lett and Mrs. Lena Marble last Monday afternoon. Douglas and Lyle Morgan spent Saturday afternoon w.ui Francis Gerbasi. READ THE CLASSIFIED Mary Mountain Scott \A Treasure of Personal Ideas' and \A Gift ot Personal Ideas' are the two books written b y Mary Mountain Scott of Rushford The first one deals with organizing and preparing a dinner for 600 people. There arc also a great many re­ cipes which have been handed down from her family and friends and which have been tried ou t successfully in her own kitchen, with simplicity as the keynote and the belief that one should plan well fo r all occasions where food is being served. \A Gift of Ideas\ deals with party foods and casserole dishes, which can be prepared in a hurry so that family appetites can be satisfied and all happy occasions met with a feeling of a happy hostess doing her job well. Masters i n Buffalo. Callers Friday afternoon at Mrs Lee Hewlett's were Mrs. Robert Bookmiller of Sandusky and Mrs. Faye Howlett and Mrs. George Clouston of Arcade. Mrs. Clifford Lester, Mrs. Don­ ald Lester and Mrs. Lee Howlett attended the Wyoming-Livingston County Women's Bowling tourna­ ment at LeRoy Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and family called at the Irving Hurl bur* home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Hurlburt and Mrs. Eleanor Ross were in Franklin ville Monday. Mrs. Jennie Rothfuss of Collins Center, Mrs . Mabel Larklns and Mrs. Vera Winship of Perrysburg and Mrs. Velma Brown will attend la committee meeting and dinner for the N. Y State Association of Practical Nurses at Wellsville Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs. Irving Hurlburt visited Mr and Mrs. Beverly Luckey at Hume Sunday after noon. Sixteen Freedom Grange rrem hers attended the Neighbor Night i JOHN W. GRATTON Portable Welding Service Heavy Equipment Repair Repair Work Hard Surfacing Castlnr Brazing Phone Arcade 535J1 FREEDOM, N. Y. M O R- Pontimo Sales & Service WILLYS I s o N Motors, Inc. 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You'll want to feel this snappy power, too—in all the exciting new ways. M. C. & C. M. DRAKE West Main St Arcade Phone 165 Wtmm- Passing car after car,.. FLASH ^ RAMBLER SURGES TO 3- PLACE IN STATION WAGON SALES! Now RambUr is 3rd in station wagon saltt . . . here's why costs least t o own and drive; out- parks, out-handles moat American sedans. Offers Personalized Comfort, individually adjustable front<eeats. Go Rambler. New 100 -Inch whttltuM RAMBLER AMERICAN ^. r , STATI0M WAQOK ear (titm wt (M SMI M lint cmt CM. iffall timiry rcee), M ties* t»K* on i n i«nj a«t»- •MtK IflMflUtUM ZIMMER AUTO SALES West Main Street '' \ Arcade I LIVE BETTER BY FAR WITH A BRAND NEW CAR. Phone 142 .60 RAMBLER! f

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