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Page Twelve Tri-County Publications: Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County. Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Thursday, May 7, 1959 Deaths EARL F. ROGERS Earl F Rogers of Holland died April 26. 1959. Funeral services were held from the Bucknam Funeral Home April 30 at 2.30 p. m. Surviving Mr Rogers are his wife, Blanch Day Rogers; four children, Mrs. Wesley Richards, Miss Norma Rogers, Earl Rogers, Jr and Miss Helen Rogers, a fos­ ter son, Charles Logan; two grand­ children; three great-grandchild­ ren and a sister, Mrs. Elsie Stortz of Orchard Park. Mr Rogers was a life-long resi- of the Borden Century Club. MRS MARGARET BIGELOW Mrs. Margaret Callahan Bige- low of Arcade died April 29, 1959 at the age of 85. Funeral services were held May 4, with a prayer from the Funeral Home of W S. Davis, Inc. in Arcade and services from SS. Peter & Paul's Church at 10:00 a m. with Rev Robert Steinbach officiating. Interment was in St. Peter & Paul's Ceme­ tery The bearers were George Ebel, Walter Hallbauer, William Hillery, Harry Hufford, Walter Kersch and Richard Landphair Surviving Mrs. Bigelow are three sons, George E. of Arcade, Albert J and Thomas L. of Chaf- dent of Holland having been born fee and a daughter, Mrs. Margaret there September 20, 1878. He was Weidman of North Java She was a member of the Methodist ' a sister of John J Callahan and Church, I.O.O.F. Lodge No. 631. I Mrs. Ed ward Murray of New York Holland Grange No. 1023 and City. She is also survived by Modern Woodsmen of America , seven grandchildren and five Camp No. 11825. ESTHER HAKES PAULSEN Esther Hakes Paulsen of Cur­ riers and Piffard died May 1 1959 Funeral services wen? heid from the W S. Davis. Inc Funera', Home in Arcade Monday a: 2 00 p. m with Rev Barn.' S: pp of Perry Universalis! Church, of which Mrs Paulsen was a mem­ ber, offic.atnc In'.ermen: was -,n Cumers Ceme*ery Suviv-.ng Mr Paulsen are great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her hus­ band Albert A Bieeknv mother of Roy Schaus, Adam Schaus, Elvira Perkins, Herbert Schaus and Ruben Schaus. She was preceded in death by her husband Jacob Schaus and her parents. Peter Fiddler and Luck Plantz. HENRY MCCLELLAND WADE Henry McClelland Wade, 94, died Monday, April 13, at his home in Mumford, where he had resided since 1952. A native of this village, he was the son of the late Truman and Harriett Wilson Wade and a bro thcr of the late Mrs. Morris Bent ley Ho was born June 3, 1864 In 1888 he married the former Mairi Purdie of Mumford, who passed away in 1935. Mr Wade was first employed by the United States Post Office Do partment as a railway postal clerk, In 1891 he was appointed Chief Head Clerk of the Second Division of the Railways Mail Service, at- n^vn «; WFRRTT T I tachcd to thc °\ ice of the Second FLO YD S. MER RILL I Assistant Postmaster General servers were he d Thursday at the Sandusky Meih.vi.s: Church Surviv.ng Mr Merr.11 are his wife Mrs Lora Mom ' two sons, Martin and Lew .s a grandson. John Craig a brother Archie H Merr.ll of R^cheyer and a sister, wo MIS Shirley McElheney of Dele- sons. Lee Francis and Raymond van. Gi -ier .e. a brother Manley Hakes Mr Merrill was born in San- a s:ster Leah Hakes G.'.more '»o dusky June 15. 1879 the son of nephews and a niece She was the late Perry E and Mary Loomis preceded in dea'h by her parents. Merrill He attended school in her husband, cne sis-er and a Sandusky and Arcade. He began brother 1 working' in his father's general Mrs. Paulsen was a member of I store at the age of 11, later be- the Curriers Grange and the Wvo- coming the manager In 1903 he ming County Pomona Grange was elected Town Clerk and he I served as Republican County Com- FRED W. BAKER I mitteeman since 1930. In 1937 he Fred W Baker of Arcade died became president and manager of April 30, 1959 at the age of 79 the Floyd S. Merrill Co., Inc Funeral services were held Sun- | continuing the business known as day at 2-30 p. m from the Funeral Home of W S Davis, Inc in Ar ­ cade with Re\ William Sheaffer officiating Interment was in Ar­ cade Rural Cemetery Surviving are his wife Winifred Chapman Baker; a son. Charles of Sanford, Fla . three dauchters Mrs. Clyde Wood of Little Valley, Mrs. George Hudson and Mrs. Mary Bray, both of Arcade three grandsons and three granddaugh­ ters He was preceded in death by two brother 1 : and two sisters Mr Baker was employed by the Borden Milk Company for 32 P E. Merrill and Son. He was a member of the Methodist Church of Sandusky and served as trustee for many years. MRS. ELIZABETH SCIIAUS Mrs. Elizabeth Schaus of York­ shire died May 4. 1959. Funeral services were held Wednesday from Persons Funeral Home in Delevan at 2 00 D m with Rev Earl Houck officiating. Interment was in Sardinia Cemetery Mrs. Schaus was the mother of Lorena Schaus, Verna Sham blen, Arieda Padett, Garfield years as a sanitation inspector and Schaus, Carl Schaus and the late retired in 1947 He was a member I Emma Austin She was the step- An,*er to 28t Ctuiu BIBLE RIDDLE 29 W a* m > on r crra l ,1,-sirc Mltr 1 i n the ti mpl,. . Bu t lli p Infan t (.lin n ailmirr . T /in In, I' ll.iik r J 2.-...12) WS.DAVIS«* FUNERAL HOME ARCADE 114- \\ as then the youngest man ever jppointed to this service. He organized mail routes, located post offices and helped select local postmasters. During these vears he maintained a residence in Buffalo. In 1909 Mr Wade was appointed agent of mail traffic on the Erie Railroad. His jurisdiction was extended to include supervision over baggage traffic in 1912 and express traffic in 1920. He work­ ed in the Erie's New York City office until his retirement in 1939. For many years he resided in New York City later becoming a resi­ dent of Pelhamwood a section of New Rochelle. Mr. Wade was a member of the Washington Lodge in Buffalo hav­ ing first joined the Masonic Lodge in Arcade The Eunice Lodge, F. & A. M of Caledonia conducted a Service at the home April 15. Surviving is a cousin, Miss True Wilson of Warsaw and Dunedin, Fla Also two sisters-in-law Miss Bertha Purdie and Mrs. Ormal Sage, a former Arcade resident now of Mumford He was a brother-in-law of the late Mrs. George Sanders of this village The funeral was held Thursday, April 16, with Rev Donald Mc- Lcod officiating. Burial took place in thc Mumford Cemetery Births A son, Michael Jon, to Mr and Mrs. Ward Jackson of Holland April 10, 1959 Weight 6 pounds, 4 ounces. Miss Pleace Becomes the Bride of M. M. Fucheck ARCADE THEATRE Friday and Saturday. May 8 and 9— THE LOWDOWN ON TEEN-AGE LOVE1 \LIFE BEGINS AT 17\ With—Mark Damon, Dorothy Johnson Also TARAWA BEACH HEAD\ With Kerwin Mathews, Julie Adams Sun.. Mon., Tues.. May 10-11-12— \THE INN OF THE SIXTH HAPPINESS\ Starring—Ingrid Bergman, Curt Jergens, Robert Donat. In Cinemascope Plus Color Deluxe Prices ior this Picture Only—Adults—75c; Chil­ dren—25c. Marriages JOHNSTON - ANDERSON The marriage of Miss Joyce Anderson, daughter of Mr and MRS. MAXIMILAN FUCHECK Miss Beverly Ann Pleace, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William Pleace of North Java became the bride of Maximilan M. Fucheck of Mamoroneek, son of Mr and Mrs. Stephen Fucheck of Brook- ville, Fla., at the St. Nicholas R. Church in North Java at 10:00 m. Saturday. May 2, 1959 with Rev John Trulin officiating. The altor was decorated with calla lilies and snapdragons. The bride wore a white de- glossed satin gown with long l^eves, insets of Chantilly lace, a Victorian neckline with seed pearls and a full bustle back with chapel train. She wore a crown of seed pearls and fingertip veil and carried a prayer book with a white orchid and streamers of lilies of the valley Mrs. John Pleace, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor She wore a light blue princess tyle waltz gown of taffeta and Chantilly lace with a lace jacket and a matching color julette head piece with maching shoes. She carried pink and blue carnations ith pink streamers. The brides- tairK wore Mrs. William Pleace, ster-in-law of the bride, Miss Raeloe Almeter, cousin of the bride and Elizabeth Pleace. sister f the bride Kathleen Pleace, Mcr of the bride was flower irl The dresses were the same a.s Hie matron of honor and the flowers were the same except for blue streamers. Thc best man was Stephen Fucheck, brother of the groom •mil the ushers were Joseph Lip- tak, John Pleace and Robert JtoM™ of Sardi'rua S e at ^^V^ T be r , at r.nd Jesse Johnston, son of Mr 1 {L 0 ™? ft 3 l ^ \% ^%J± ar ,f- .ndMrs Charles Johnston of Col-I % hr£$L spending two UlllllUUIlllllUIIIIIIllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllilUIUUlllllllllUllilllllllllllUllUllllIllilllllJI > 1 lins was solemnized at 10 00 a m., April 25, 1959 at St. Jude's Church in Sardinia with Rev Paul Burk- ard officiating Miss Patricia Holland sang and Miss Beth Calk­ ins played the organ. The bride wore a rose point lace n>lon tulle gown with a sabrina scalloped neckline and long pointed suceves. The gown had cascading tiers of lace adorned with bril­ liant sequins and a chapel-length train. She wore a crown with a a fingertip veil and carried a cas­ cade bouquet of white roses. Miss Barbara Anderson was maid of honor for her sister. She wore an off-shoulder neckline gown with a tight fitting bodice of pink cryslallette nylon tulle with an apron front tucked skirt, which ended in a butterfly bow in back. She carried a bouquet of red roses surrounded by white feathered carnations. The flower girl was Laurie Anderson, cousin of the bride and the ring bearer was Paul Hedges, nephew of the groom. The best man was Norman Johnston, brother of the groom The ushers were Kenneth Johns ton of Woodlawn and Joseph Ri cotta of Collins. Mrs. Anderson wore a powder blue lace sheath dress with navy blue accessories for her daugh ter's wedding Mrs. Johnston chose a beige lace sheath dress with beige accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of yellow roses, A wedding breakfast was served in the Arcade V.FW. after which the bridal party and guests gath ered at the Roderick camp in Sar dinia For going away the bride chose a navy blue suit with red accessories. Mr. and Mrs. John­ ston are at homo in their house trailer on Block Road, Delevan. REMEMBER 1 MOTHER'S DAY I with... 1 HANES HOSIERY 1 BERKSHIRE LINGERIE j NELLY DON DRESSES I (Arcade Ladies Shop Java Village Mrs. Erwin Freyburger, Jr. Java Village Baptist Church, Rev. Patrick DiPirro, Pastor. Sun­ day Morning Worship Service 11:00 a. m.; Sunday School 10:00 a. m.; Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8:00 p. m.; Young People Sun­ day 7:00 p. m. Java Village Congregational Church, iRev. Paul Gingrich, Pas­ tor. Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:00 a. m.; Sunday School 11:15 a. m.; Bible Study May 14, 7.30 p. m. The Java Village Congrega­ tional Church will hold a family dinner in the church basement May 10, immediately following Sunday School. All friends, are invited. Please bring a tureen. Mrs. Florence Benton of Hol­ land will be guest speaker at the Women's Society of the Java Vil- age Congregational Church May 12, at 1-30 p. m. She will illus­ trate the hymn \Christ For The World We Sing\ with pictures commentary and song. A social hour with refreshments will fol­ low. Come and bring a friend. The Buffalo Valley Grange held their monthly meeting Sat­ urday evening with the third and fourth degree. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tibell showed pictures of Den­ mark and Sweden which _they took on one of their trips, weeks in Bermuda. Galen Hill Mrs Leon Leonard Mr and Mrs. Bob Davis and family visited Frances Carley Thursday night. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Durkee and Randy were in Buffalo, May 1 Mr and Mrs. Duane Burdick of North Tonawanda visited Mr and Mrs. Ronald Leonard and family Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs. James Roblee and family visited Mr and Mrs. Mil­ ton Pierce of Sardinia Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Finch have been enjoying on Rushford Lake the cabin cruiser he built. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Macdon- ald and family of Rochester, D. T Leonard of Adams Basin, Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Austin and <;<-<n cf North Chili, Earl Austin of Holland, Mrs. Emma Arnold of Franklinvalle, Mr and Mrs. Lester Arnold of Delevan, and Mr and Mrs. Elmer Arnold were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. J Arnold in honor of Mrs. Mac- donald's birthday, April 26, Mrs Elmer Arnold's birthday, May 7, and A . J. Arnold's birthday, May 3. Carlyle Rich attended an Asses­ sors Meeting in Salamanca Mon­ day night. Frances Carley and son George, Leo Jones of Farmersville had supper with Mr and Mrs. Ross Clark of Rushford recently Most of the neighbors attended the funeral of Floyd Merrill or called at the home. Mr and Mrs. Carlyle Rich at­ tended an Eastern Milk Banquet in Cadiz Tuesday night. Ronnie, Rhonda and Betty Sue Leonard were out hanging May baskets Friday night. They also remembered the Jackson home and Ruth Leonard's in Farmers­ ville. Mr and Mrs. Duane Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Don Roblee, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Durkee attend­ ed a party at Wayne Roblees near Batavia Saturday night. George Leonard was in Olean Thursday. Mrs. George E. Pryor spent last week with his people in Akron, Ohio. George E. returned to the Charles home with her Sunday and then went back to Camp in Texas by plane Monday Mrs. Acton Dunlap of Delevan was a caller at Carlyle flichs Sunday The Farmersville Missionary Circle met with Mrs. George Leonard Wednesday afternoon. A nice luncheon was served by the interested in the family's clothes since the care of them usually ends up in their hands. II re­ ports oi research are any indlca tion, however, this homemaking task may soon become the easiest of all.. Research is also under way to improve wash-and-wear cotton garments. A compound known as APO gives cotton a finish that is highly resistant to damage from bleaches. This APO treatment of the fabric and gives it outstand (ing crease retention and wrinkle resistance. Whereas cost is now the only major obstacle to com­ mercial use of this treatment, it Is expected the finish can be pro­ duced soon at much less expense Mother and Daughter Banquet A Success In Holland The annual Mother and Daugh­ ter banquet, sponsored by the Fern Leaf Reading Club was held Sunday afternoon, May 3 at 5:30 m., in thc Holland * Central School with 230 mothers and daughters in attendance. Mrs. Frank Taylor was in charge of the program. Mrs. Benton offer­ ed the blessing. Miss Mary Smith gave tribute to the mothers and Mrs. Clifford Kanner the answer to the daughters. Following the dinner the pro­ gram was held in the school audi­ torium. The girls sextet with Mrs. Elmo Roll at the piano sang \Bless This House\ and \Madrigal of Spring.\ Miss Am y Lou Richards played \Rachmaninoff— Prelude in C sharp Minor\ and \Debus sey's—Girl With the Flaxon Hair' on the piano. The guest speaker was Mrs. Helen Drake, who show­ ed slides of her trip at this time last year to the Netherlands. She had many beautiful colored pic­ tures of the Holland tulips, and showed interesting scenes of life In the Netherlands. Arcade W. S. C. S. to Have Mother, Daughter Banquet Tuesday The annual Mother and Daugh­ ter banquet of the W. S. C S. of the Arcade Methodist Church will be held Tuesday evening, May 12th, at 6 o'clock. A program of special interest to the daughters has been planned. Mrs. E. C. Sherman and \Mrs. Eric Lee will present a program on their hobby of collecting dolls. Those attending are asked to bring a tureen and their own table set­ ting. It is stressed that all wom­ en of the church are Invited to ttend. Holland Methodist Church, 5:30 p. m. on Adults $1.50, children 80c. 15U8J MAT 23—Delevan-Machias Alum nl Banquet in the new school. 6:30 p. m. Make reservations with Duane Sproul, Delevan. $1.75 per person. 16tl7X MAY 28—Mother and Daughter Banquet, Yorkshire Free Metho­ dist Church at 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Mona McKeown will be the speaker. 16tl8 MAY 29—2nd Annual Decoration Day dance, sponsored by Arcade Kiwanis Club at Lime Lake Pa­ vilion 9 to 1. Music by Ed Barber and his Music Makers. 17U9 IN MEMORIAM MANWARING—In memory of my beloved sister, Beattrice M., who passed away twenty-four years ago, May 11, 1935. Always remembered X Sister, Lula Belle M. White IN MEMORIAM FRANCIS—In loving memory of mother and grandmother, Theresa E., who passed away one year ago, May 3, 1958. One lonely year has passed away Beautiful mother dressed in blue. Honorable and upright in all your ways, Loyal and true to the end of your days. A loving mother tender and kind, What beautiful memories you left behind. Beside your grave we often stand, And try In vain to understand. Forgive us Lord in tears we pray, She was so precious why couldn't she stay. Sadly missed by Daughter and son-in-law, Alice and Leigh and Grandsons IN MEMORIAM ROGERS—In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Sammy, who passed away four years ago today, May 8, 1955. What would we give to see you smile And sit with you and talk awhile. The blow was sudden the shock severe. To part with one we loved so dear We often sit and think of you. The things you used to say and do. And wonder why you had to die, Without a chance to say goodbye Sadly missed by Daddy, Mother and Sisters enry Martindale Named Delegate to N. C. I. M. Henry Martindale of Holland has been selected a delegate by the South Buffalo Unit of National Council of Industrial Management Clubs to represent the National Aniline Division at the National Conference to be held at Statler Hilton Hotel May 7 and 8. Mr Martindale has been in the employ of National Aniline Divi­ sion for twenty-three years. He is one of twelve employees appoint­ ed by the Company to represent them in the South Buffalo Unit. The purpose of the NCI. M., is to foster human industrial rela­ tions and public relations. IN MEMORIAM BEARDSLEY—In loving mem­ ory of our Dad-Grandpa Dell, who passed awav four years ago. Mav 3, 1954. No treasure on earth can replace him. It is a sorrow too great to be told But to us, who have loved and lost him His memory will never grow old Sadly missed by Daughters and Grandchildren tended at the time of her death. D CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone who remembered us with cards, gifts and prayers during our stay in the hospital and since our return home. J Jane and Debra Richie Carlyle Rich attended a NY A, B.C. meeting in Cadiz Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Burrell and family of Farmersville Center visited at the Ronald Leonard borne Sunday... Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Arnold at­ tended a luncheon and chiroprac­ tic film showing at Nichols Brook Thursday evening given by Dr and Mrs. Alexander Seret of FrankllnvUle. Mr. and Mrs. Lanson Stanbro of Machias, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Arnold of Dele­ van and Ruth Leonard of Farm­ ersville were also in the party. . They , j were very nice and everyone en- I EASY CARE FOR WOOLENS j joyed them very much. | AND COTTONS Mr and Mrs. Clarence Whaley t According to a recent survey, 3 1 and Mr and Mrs. Herber.: Merlau. women have a great deal to say > i ... - ??] her Mer 'au attended the Rural about family spending, most Arcade, N Y Sj^'f Service at the First Me'ho- 'especially when it comes *o food. — 2 • \ 1S ' Church in Attica Sunday somewhat less with clithin\ ffirmilinilllllllinillllllllMlllllllllllllIlinilllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIinillllimiinillllimiim evening * Nevertheless, women a re always Arcade Methodist hurch Announces Schedule for Week At the 11:00 a. m. service at Arcade Methodist Church this Sunday, May 10, Rev Richard Closson will emphasize Christian Stewardship in his sermon There will also be a \minute-man\ speaker, Mrs. Charles Cridcr, who will explain the plan for Loyalty Sunday, May 17, at which time the people of the church will make their pledge toward the 1959-60 budget. Church School begins each Sunday at 945 a m. The combined Methodist Youth Fellowship groups will meet Sun day evening at 6.30 to make fur­ ther plans for their Talent Show to be presented May 29 and 30 Those who play musical Instru­ ments are asked to bring them to this meeting. Final casting of oarts will be done, so full attend ance is important. The Phlladora Class will meet this Saturday night at 8-00 o'clock in the Club House at the Village Park to hear Miss Patricia Albro, Community Ambassador from Geneseo State Teachers College to Switzerland last summer This meeting will be held in conjunc­ tion with groups from the Baptist and Congregational Churches. Re­ freshments will be served follow ing the program. IN MEMORIAM TAYLOR—In loving memory of Clyle H., who passed away twenty six years ago today May 7, 1933 If God could grant us just one wish, Then make that wish come true. It would not be \In Memory,\ We're writing this to you We would share our joys together, Until the day is done. If only God could grant our wish, Today and through the years. Sadly missed by The Family CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to Memorial Fire Company for their assistance at my recent fire, p Dee Wood CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to everyone for their kind expressions of sympathy at the time of the death of Margaret C. Bigelow. Mr and Mrs. George Bigelow and family Mr and Mrs. Albert Bigelow and family Mr and Mrs. Thomas Bigelow Mr and Mrs. Howard Weidman D and family Too Late To Classify LOST—Three white-face Here ford steers. Anyone knowing their whereabouts please call August Lefort, Arcade. Phone 7J. 16tl7p Coming Events = 252 Main Street MAY 8 —Junior Jamboree, Arcade Central School, Friday, May 8, 8:30 - 12:00. Ken's Western Ram­ blers. $1:00 Admission. 15tl6 MAY 8 —Baked Goods Sale at Wallace Store in Arcade Friday, May 8. Benefit Community Am­ bassador Project. 15H16 May 14—Annual Mother-Daugh­ ter Banquet at Curriers Congrega­ tional Church. Swiss steak dinner. Adults $1.50, children 75c. 14tl7 MAY 14-15 —Rummage sale spon­ sored by Arcade Baptist Ladies Aid on Liberty Street, Arcade, starting 9:30 a. m. 16 MAY 15— Fish Fry sponsored by Bliss Baptist Church at Legion Hall. Merle Davis of Pike in charge. Serving from 5:00 p. m. on. Adults $1.00, children 60c. 16U7M MAY 16 —Smorgasbord at Arcade Overseas Veterans Club, Inc. Sponsored by Hendershott-Man- ness Post No. 374, VFW. Reserva­ tions by May 2 only. Childrens tickets at door. $1.50 per person, 75c for children. 6:00-9:00 P M. Tickets available from members. MAY 27—Chicken Barbecue— CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Moline Shisler with deepest gratitude express their thanks for the acts of sympathy and kindness ex I>SjJM0C)fc> Gas - Oil - Lubrication Wheel Alignment General Repair 469 W. Main St. Memories Held Forever Dear We heed every wish, anticipate every need. PERSONS FUNERAL HOME Phone 9211 Since 1884 DELEVAN CARD OF THANKS Tho family of the late Floyd S. Merrill wishes to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kindness and helpfulness during their recent bereavement. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Fred W. Baker express their sincere grati­ tude to all those who remembered them with acts of sympathy and kindness during their recent be­ reavement. D CARD OF THANKS We wish t o express our thanks to all the friends and relatives who called, sent flowers or in any way remembered us at the death of our mother and grandmother, Mrs. Martha Hitchcock. Mr. and Mrs. Horton Stockin and Priscilla Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spiegel and family Mr and Mrs. James Spauldlng and son CARD OF THANKS The family and relatives of the late Esther Hakes Paulsen extend their heartfelt thanks to those who expressed their sympathy in so many ways at their recent be­ reavement D CARD OF THANKS Many tnanxs to my friends for the cards and gifts during my stay in, the hospital and since my return home. X Kathy Mess CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for their cards, gifts and other acts of kindness shown to me and my family while I was in the hospital and since my return home. W Mrs. Grace Horning CARD OF THANKS The family of late Earl Rogers, Sr. wishes to thank their relatives, friends and neighbors for the kindness and expressions of sym­ pathy extended to them during their recent bereavement. J CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives, friends and neighbors for then- many kindnesses during my stay in the hospital and since my re­ turn home. p Robert B. Phair It's eosy to present o band-box fresh appear­ ance through day after day of the holiest, mug­ giest weather, In a pair of these zephyr-light slacks. You can just dunk 'em, drip-dry 'em and don 'em again ... then step out looking (and feeling) cool as a cucumber, neat as a pinl $ 16TH Week Suit Club Winner Mrs. Cecil Moore Arcade Mens Shop World-Famous OLIVER SUPERIOR DRILL Double Capacity... low Hopper...Life-Seal Bearings This No. 64 Drill doubles capacity—holds a bushel of grain and 80 pounds of fertilizer per foot. The extremely low hopper—only 314 feet off the ground—is easier to fill. And, you have this same low height whether you choose 20-inch or 15-inch wheels, both taking low-cost, used tires. Lifetime-seal disc bearings eliminate daily greasings, save time and cost of lubricant. A low. rear-mounted grass seeder SOWB in bands, or broadcasts. You have a choice of 144 grain seeding rates, 30 fertilizer distribu­ tion rates ranging from 65 to 645 pounds per acre. The famous Double-Run Posi­ tive Feed handles any size seed, meters accurately, avoids waste. Plain grain drill, holding 1 jj| bushels pec foot, available. OLIVER meters I I in drill, j J ailable. L J M. C. & C. M. DRAKE West Main St. Arcade Phone 165

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