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Page Twelve A-i-County Publications: Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Thursday, May 28, 1959 ccccccccocooccooccccccooowa^ Ralph Phillips Ford FORD SALES & SERVICE HOLLAND 5ooooooaxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx» 6I8LE RIDDLE 32 Amort to 31: The Onlurion Needing money for tribute, I looked in the ftjtt'* mouth. There I found the cotn That Jesus hud talked about. Who Am I? (Matthew 17.24-27) ^ FUNERAL HOME ARCADE. 114- Cook Electrically With the... Fabulous 400 TAPPAN Today's Smartest, Most Flexible Cooking Appliance Persons-Krist Furniture Store DELEVAN Friday and Saturday—May 29-30 Giant Double Feature Attraction \THE BLACK ORCHID\ Starring Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn Plus... \YOUNG CAPTIVES\ Starring Stephen Mario, Luana Patten Sunday and Monday—May 31, June 1 The book that thrilled millions becomes greater entertainment on the screen . . . \GREEN MANSIONS\ Starring . . . Audrey Hepburn, Anthony Perkins, Lee J. Cobb. In Cinemascope plus Metrocolor Wednesday and Thursday, June 3- For the benefit of the Boy Scout Camp Fund \UP PERISCOPE\ Starring—James (Maverick) Garner, Andra Mar­ tin. BUY A BENEFIT TICKET FROM A BOY SCOUT TODAYI Deaths HUGH C. VEDDER Hugh C. Vedder 65, formerly of Delevan and Niagara Falls pass' ed away May 19, 1959 In Peters burg, Fla. He has been owner of the Niagara Falls Insurance Agency for 27 years, before re­ tiring two years ago. Survivors include- his wife, Mary L, one brother, Glenn C. of Royal Oak, Mich., three sisters, Miss Dora Vedder of Washington, D. C, Mrs. Henry Leugemors of Forestville and Mrs. Clair Daggett of Delevan. His first wife, Bertha Seedorf preceded him in death A Masonic Service was held by the Arcade Lodge Sunday eve­ ning. May 24, in the Weismantel Funeral Home in Springville and funeral services were held Mon­ day afternoon at two o'clock in the Funeral Home with Rev. Roy Hallin of the Bacon Church off ic> iating. Burial was in Maplewood Cemetery, Springville. Mr. Vedder, son of the late Frank and Emma VeVider was born in Delevan, February 11, 1894, but had lived most of his life at Niagara Falls. He was a member of the Bacon Memorial Presbyterian Church there, Niagara Shrine Club, Ni­ agara Commandery 64, Knight Templar, Arcade Lodge, No. 419 & A. M., Ismailia Temple in Buffalo, Niagara Chapter 200, Royal Arch Masons and the New York State Society of St. Peters burg, Fla. JOHN F. REDVHARDT John F Reinhardt, husband of Magdalena Valentine Reinhardt passed away May 12, 1959. Mr. Reinhardt was born December 25, 1885 in Germany He came to the United States in 1910 and lived in Buffalo and Strykersville before buying the farm on the Matteson Corners Road in Chaffee he has lived for many where years, Surviving Mr Reinhardt, be­ sides his wife, are his children. Adam, John, Jr., Lawrence, Mrs. Elmer (Anna) Schuler, Mrs. C. (Helen Kohl) Mrs. Thomas (Kathryn) DiNatale, Mrs. Richard (Rose) Yoder all of Buffalo; Mrs. Rudolph (Edith) Rakoska of Chaf­ fee, Mrs. Herbert (Elizabeth) Hay­ es of Boston, Mass., Joseph of Denton, Md., Arthur of Wash- inton, D C. Anthony of Yorkshire, Frederick of Newark, Del., Robert of Portsmouth, N H., and George of Holland. 18 grand­ children, 2 great-grandchildren, brother and two sisters in Rumania and two brothers in Vienna, Austria Mr Reinhardt was preceded in death by three children, Frances. David and Glen and bv his mother who died in Chaffee in 1945 Births A daughter, Deborah Lynne. to Mr and Mrs. Charles Burgess of Freedom at the Warsaw Hospital May 18, 1959 Weight 6 pounds, 9 ounces Mrs Burgess is the for­ mer Miss Joyce Brown daughter of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Brown of Freedom. A son. Jason Laurence, to Mr and Mrs Arthur Dedrick of Dele­ van in the Chaffee Hospital Springville May 21. 1959 Weight 9 pounds, 9'^ ounces nmnMrniirrniiminmimnnnimrrmrrmiminmnnrmiinimnininmnnniiniinim Here Now!\ The FSX 1 SUPER-61 FORAGE MASTER i New Low-Priced Unit § * Quick-Shift Encloaod Oil-Bath Tnuumi*- 3 «ion a * Four Efficient Quick-Ch&nfo Hirreitlnr = Units j| * Plus, All tho Features That Make Fox 5 \Amorica'a Moat Wanted Forage Har- 3 vester\ a \SEE THE NEW SUPER-6 NOW!\ l ON DlSfLA Y TOD A Y AT... I Larry Romance I West Main St Arcade Phone 681 I miimiiiiuiiiiiiitittii!ttititiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiitiiiii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiniiiitiiit)iiiimiiiiiiiiiniM» Engagements LAVREY-MORGAN Mrs. Robert Morgan of Frank linville announces the engagement of her daughter. Be'ty Irene, to Frank James Lavrey, son of Mr and Mrs. William Lavrey of Ar­ cade. A July wedding is planned Arcade Methodist Youth Group Presents Play Friday and Saturday This Friday and Saturday eve- at 8:00 o'clock there will be a very special entertainment presented at the Arcade Methodist Church call­ ed the \Hamature Show.\ Put on by the Intermediate and Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship groups to raise money for sum­ mer camp, the show promises to be different from anything ever attempted before. Motivation for the show comes from TV. Among the characters will be \Arthur Godlrey,\ \Edward R Murrow,\ \Arti Slikbetter,\ \Al­ fred Hitchcock,\ and \Sandy Beach, Lady Medic.\ There will be many other stars as well, in­ cluding a famous song team, a well-known pianist, the \Daffy Dillies,\ \Flopnick the Magician,\ and \Taffy a mystery guest. The public is invited to view this show. Refreshments will be served during the evening. \A Nation Remembers\ To Be Sermon At First Baptist Church May 31 at 10:00 a. m.; Church School will open the services at the First Baptist Church of Ar­ cade. Morning Worship will fol­ low at 11:00 o'clock with Rev. Frank Davis preaching the sermon entitled, \A Nation Remembers.\ The B. Y F will meet at 8:00 p. m. The Fidelis will meet at the Church at 7:30 o'clock for a tureen supper followed by a business meeting and address by Robert Bentley, who will speak on wills. Mid-week Service will be held Wednesday at 7:00 p. m. with Senior Choir rehearsal following at 8:00. Thursday night the Board of Trustees will meet at the Church. Friday at 3:40 p. m., the Junior Choir will rehearse. Arrangements have been com­ pleted for the Annual .Meeting of the Arcade Council of Churches dinner at the Congregational Church Wednesday, May 27. Din­ ner will start promptly at 6:30. Re ports of the Council's activitlty and a financial report will be given. This will be followed by an address by Rev. K. A. Roadarmel speaking on \Reaching the Un­ reached For Christ\ Arcade Parents Announce Engagement DIANE WELLES Mr. and Mrs. James Welles of Arcade announce the engagement of their daughter, Diane Lee, to Donald L. Hittle, son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Hittle of Chaffee. r r Fullness of Life To Be Sermon At Chaffee Church At the 10:00 a. m. Worship Ser vice in the Chaffee Baptist Church Sunday, the Rev. John R. Riley, Th.M. will preach on the subject 'Fullness of Life.\ based on Tim. 6 17 and 1 Cor, 3: 21, 22, a study of how the Christian life gives all that is best for living. The Sunday School meets at 1:00 a. m., and the choir rehears­ es Monday at 7:00 p. m. The trustees of the church meet on Thursday at 7:00 p. m. The prayer service of the church is held on Thursday at 8:00. Mr. Riley be­ gins a new series of studies entitl­ ed, \Some Different Types of Psalms.\ A report from the Baptist State Office in Syracuse states that the Chaffee Church made a consider­ able advance in missionary giving in the first quarter of 1959 The Sunday School is a larger giver to this work. Since the codling moth is de­ veloping a resistance to DDT, apple growers should try a com­ bination of DDT and malathion this year The new spray mix­ ture is also effective against many other insect pests in apples. alvary Alliance Church Announces Services And Activities for Week The Calvary Alliance Church of Arcade will have Sunday School ith classes for all ages at 10 00 m., Sunday, May 31. Morning Worship will follow at 11:00 clock. The A Y F and the Jet- Cadets will meet at 7:00 p. m., and the Evening Gospel Hour will be at 7 45 Prayer and Bible Study will be Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. A meet­ ing of the Official Board will fol­ low this service. Saturday. May 30. the young people of the church will go to Olean to attend the Memorial Day Rally at the First Methodist Church. Services will be at 1:00 and 6 00 p. m , with a sports pro­ gram between services. Rev. Gor­ don Wishart. outstanding yoi'th speaker, will speak at both serv­ ices. Members of the community are invited to visit and worship with us. Rev. E. Stephen Babcock To Speak At Arcade Methodist Church Sunday Guest preacher this Sunday, May 31, at 11:00 a. m. Service at Arcade Methodist Church will be Rev. E. Stephen Babcock. His topic will be \Salvation Through Grace.\ Rev. Babcock is the as- sistant minister of Grace Metho dist Church, Rochester, where Dr, Hanford H. Closson is the minis­ ter. Rev Richard A. Closson will be in his father's pulpit this Sunday, the occasion being Dr. Closson's last Sunday as minister of Grace Church. Beginning June 7 he will assume his new duties as Superin­ tendent of the Rochester District of the Methodist Church. The Official Board of the church will hold their last meeting of the spring, Monday, June 1, at 8:00 p. m. This Friday and Satur­ day, Memorial weekend, the Methodist Youth Fellowship will present their \Hamature Show, beginning at 8:00 o'clock each night. Purpose of the show is to raise money for the summer camp fund. The public is Invited IMPERIAL REBEKAH LODGE NO. 275 TO HAVE AUCTION The regular stated meeting of Imperial IRebekah Lodge No. 275 of Arcade will be held May 28 at 8:00 p. m. Each member is urged to be present as an auction will be held after the meeting. Baked goods and what have you will be acceptable for the auction. The Past Noble Grands will serve the lunch. BLISS MAN GRADUATES FROM RECRUIT TRAINING John Dutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Dutton of Route 2. Bliss, graduated from recruit training May 23 at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. The graduation exercises, mark­ ing the end of nine weeks of \boot camp,\ will include a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian dig­ nitaries. Delevan W. S. C. S. Entertains Seniors The Women's Society of the Delevan Methodist Church enter­ tained the Senior Class of 1959, who are members of their church, May 20. The newly formed Ex­ plorer Scout Troop with their leaders, Mr. Cooley and Mr Honsinger, also attended. E. A. Delong of Olean presented a certi­ ficate to the Church of its spon­ soring the troop. The seniors were welcomed by Rev. Earl Houck, Janet Nourse Patty Peckham and Leah Jones sang \Give Us This Day.\ Miss Helen Roseign of Holland, an ex- change student living In Bolivar, gave an interesting talk. There were 55 in attendance. The com­ mittee was composed of Mrs. Mar­ garet Jones, Mrs. Lois Schenk and Mrs. Maude Quackenbush. Centerville Mrs. J. A. McKerrow Charlie and Carrie Byington and Mrs. Mary Clark were guests of her son, Mr and Mrs. Myron Clark of Weston Mills Saturday Mrs. Charles Cady returned home with them. Mr and Mrs. Earl Clark of Ar­ cade were guests Saturday eve­ ning at the Byington-home. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Byington and family of Williamsvllle were guests Sunday at the Byington home. Mrs. Ernest Preston and child­ ren and Miss Anna Harris visit ed the Preston family at Wesley Friday Mr and Mrs. Myron Clark of Weston Mills were guests Sunday at the Byington home, Mrs. Charles Cady returned home with them. We are sorry to hear of the ill ness of our pastor, Rev John Phillips. Rev.- Eldyn Simons and family of Dalton were callers of Anna Harris Sunday evening. The Bible study group will meet with Anna Harris Thursday evening. Mrs. Earl Roberts returned home from Warsaw Community Hospital Monday the 18. John Flynn arrived in town Saturday from the South Pacific. He was calling on friends in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson of Rochester were weekend gues­ ts of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walradt. Neighbors night was held, May 18, at the Grange Hall about fifty Delevan Girl to Be Married June 13 ALICE DAGGETT Mrs. Elizabeth Olthof of Dele­ van, announces the engagement of her granddaughter, Alice Eliza beth Daggett, to Airman Thomas W. Williams, GF2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit White, also of Dele- van. Miss Daggett is a graduate of the Delevan-Machias Central School, class of 1956 and of the Erie County Technical Institute in Buffalo. She is Dental Hygienist in the Delevan-Machias Central School. Mr Williams was gradu- ated from the local school in 1955, and is serving in the Air Force, stationed at Virginia Beach, Va. The wedding will take place June 13. NORTH JAVA Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shreder and Mrs. Martha Petrie of Ro­ chester called on friends Sunday afternoon then took Mrs. Petrie to Mrs. Gaffneys for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Logel called on his parents Sunday afternoon. were present. Miss Bernlce EUwood of Ro­ chester and Mrs. Effie Burdick of Wiscoy were guests Saturday night of Mr and Mrs. Pete Ell- wood and family. J A. McKerrow, John Miller and Kenneth Wolfer attended a Firemen's meeting at Black Creek Friday evening. There were eight people from here who attended Neighbor Night at Blrdsal Grange Thursday eve­ ning. Mr and Mrs. Pete EUwood and Pam and Mr. and Mrs. J A. Mc­ Kerrow were in Dansville Sunday CARD OF THANKS To the many kind relatives and friends who remembered me with cards, flowers and prayers while I was in the hospital and since my return home. I wish to ex- tend my sincere thanks and appre ciatlon. X Mrs. Lillian Montgomery (Continued from page 1) J. T. SULLIVAN RECEIVES SCOUTING'S HIGHEST AWARD munlty Chest for about 10 years and in 1957 devoted many months' effort on behalf of the Scsqui- Centennial Celebration. To SS. Peter and Paul's Church, Jay Sullivan has been a devoted and active communicant. He has served as Trustee of tho church, since 1927. He is a member of the Holy Name Society, and the Knights of Columbus. From 1924 until his retirement, Mr. Sullivan was a member of the firm of Lockwood and Sullivan, men's clothing merchants. Both partners earned the highest rep­ utations as retail businessmen. Jay Sullivan was elected Town Clerk In 1928 and served until his voluntary retirement in 1947. Dur­ ing his term of office, he classified, arranged and indexed archives dat­ ing back to the origin of the town­ ship. During his several terms as Town Clerk, he also acted as an elected Trustee of the Village of Arcade from 1926 to 1934. In 1951, \Jay was called from retirement and elected Mayor of Arcade—a position he held four terms. Under his capable leader­ ship, public utilities and commun­ ity services were placed on a sound economical basis. On many oc­ casions, he has counseled with neighboring officials concerning needed projects and expansion of community services to meet the needs of the future. He has served on the Troop Committee of Troop 55 in Arcade since 1942. He was Chairman of the Troop Committee from 1947 to 1953. He was institutional repre­ sentative for Scouting In 1953 and 1954, served on the Council Camp­ ing and Activities Committee and is a charter member of the local lodge. Order of the Arrow, hold­ ing the Vigil Honor for his ser­ vice and interest as a Counselor. For many years Jay has served as a Leader at Camp Sam Wood for the Scouts from Arcade. Mr. Sul­ livan was elected to the Execu­ tive Board of the local Scout Council in 1951 and is currently registered on the Board. Jay Sullivan might be described as \a gentleman of the old school\ —a perfectionist refined by nature and experience. To the stranger and an acquaintance, he always lends sympathetic attention. From the vantage point of Main Street, he was a wise Interpreter of the passing scene, a person of sound vision, concerned with the char­ acter development of the genera­ tion to follow hirft and the civic betterment of his community. Upon nomination of the Gene­ see Council, Boy Scouts of Am­ erica, through the Silver Beaver Committee, the National Council awards you this highest Scouting Honor for distinguished service to boyhood in a local Council. The Genesee Council is honored to present you the Silver Beaver Award. T1U-ANULES (Continued from page 1) sylvania Railroad and were es­ corted In a fleet of sixteen auto­ mobiles to Sandusky, where simple but impressive ceremonies hon­ ored the last survivor of the Revolution. By special act of Congress, July 17, 1867, the vet­ eran had been awarded an annual pension of $500. The Pension Bureau has been quoted as stating that his was the last pension paid, and the Dutch farmer earned an extraordinary mortality This Memorial Day he lies sleeping in a quiet graveyard, having earned a peaceful rest for his part in the Cause of Freedom. Memories Held Forever Dear We heed every wish, anticipate every need. PERSONS FUNERAL HOME Phone 9211 Since 1884 DELEVAN I ^WWlilllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllljHIIIIIMM Arcade Free Library Reports Memorial Books The VFW Women's Auxiliary have given the following books to the Arcade Free Library In mem­ ory of their deceased members \The Battle for the North At­ lantic\ by Williams for Frances Hendershott; \Julius Ceasar\ by Gunther for Clementine Jeavons; \The Swamp Fox, General Fran­ ces Marion\by Holbrook for Mary Crabb; \The First Transatlantic Cable\ by Nathan\ for Maxine Crabb and \Stonewall Jackson\ by Daniels for Anna Connors. These are books of the famous Landmark series for intermediate and sub- teenage groups. Other memorial books given are: \The Machinist's Dictionary\ by Colvin and \The Land God Gave to Cain\ by Hammond Innes for Rex Rosier; \The First Easter\ by Peter Marshall for Austin Ross; \Moonlight At Midday\ by Car- rlgher; \The Face of America\ by the Saturday Evening Post, Britannica's Book of the Year\ ed. by the Encyclopedia Britannica, \The American Heritage\ Maga­ zine for one year, \The Empire City\ by Klein, \How and Where to Look It Up\ by Murphey and \The Bank that Banks Built\ by Berle for William George. Curry powder from India Is a blend of many spices, sometimes as many as 16. Usually It con­ tains coriander, -tumeric, cloves, cassia buds, black and red pep­ per, garlic, cumin seed, and ginger. Try curry fried chicken by adding some powder to the flour that coats the chicken. One of every five families In the U S. moves at least once a year * The Milky Way* by Paula Drew The back-yard swimming pool boom is expected to have its biggest year in 1959. With raid-summer peat waves close at band, more fam­ ilies than ever are installing pools in the back yard for a two-fold pur­ pose. First of all, they add so much ro family fun. Secondly, they add considerably to the property value of the home. For years swimming pools were strictly a rich man's per­ sonal luxury. Be/ore the Second World War. a 20-ft. by 40 ft. pool was in the $ 15.000 category; now the same pool can be purchased for $5,000. They come in all shapes and sizes depending on how much you can spend and what your personal preferences are. Happy swimming everybody!!! • • • The newest fashion trend in cosmetics is white lipstick. This is applied 15 t base lipstick first; then the regular coat is applied, with another touch of the white to lighten your shading to the desired degree. This newest-of-the- new beauty aid is designed to add a lovely luster to your lips and give an added effect of shimmer­ ing iridescence. Cosmeticians claim that the white lipstick will en­ hance the coming season's \pale look.\ • • • The gardening season is here and for those of us with green thumbs, but not enough time to devote to our favorite hobby, we have good news. \Flower mats\ are now avail- b!e for a small price. The mats come in various sizes and have the flower seeds inside, ready to bloom forth after watering. This is a great time- saver and the total effect is just as pretty as a garden that takes many long hours to cultivate. • • • As of July 1, the Post Office will no longer accept envelopes that are any smaller than 2-3/4 inches by i inches. The reasons for the new ruling are that any­ thing smaller is lost easily, and the cancellation stamp sometimes obscures the address. The small envelopes will not go through the cancelling ma chutes,; i making it necessary to remove them fdr in- dividual cancellation. Naturally, this adds to the cost and time in­ volved. Coming Events 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. 17tl9 MAY 30—Annual Ham Supper and Business Meeting of the Wethersfield Cemetery will be held Saturday, May 30, at the Bliss Grange Hall. Business meet­ ing to follow supper Serving ' to 7:30. Adults $1.50, children under 12 65c. 18tl9M MAY 31—Chicken Barbecue Din ner at St. Pius X School Hall, Delevan, N. Y. Noon to 5 p. m. Adults $1.50, children 75c. 18U9X JUNE 5—12 Noon - 9 p. m. and June 6—10 a. m. - 4 p. m. Delevan Public Library Rummage Sale at the Library, Main Street. Cloth­ ing, glassware, china and antiques. 18t20X JUNE 5—Baked goods sale at Holland Hardware at 1:30 p. m. Benefit of Protection Church. 19p JUNE 13—Chicken Barbecue at the Yorkshire Methodist Church. 5:30 p. m. on. Adults $1.50, child­ ren 75c. 19r21p July 18—Smorgasbord supper at Arcade Overseas Veterans Club, Inc., sponsored by Hendershott- Manness Post, No. 374, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Serving from 6 to 9 p. m. Tickets by reservation only. I9t26 Too Late To Classify AUCTIONS New merchandise at the Lime Lake Amusement Park, Friday evening, May 29th at 7.30, Satur day afternoon, May 30 at 2-00; Saturday evening at 7.30. Prizes and surprises galore. Come en­ joy yourself, you may win one of the many free prizes. (In the former bingo building next to the dance hall). IN MEMORIAM BECK—In loving memory of our husband and father, Calvin M. Beck, who passed away one year ago May 30, 1958. Sadly missed by Wife and Sons IN MEMORIAM MANWARING—In memory of my beloved mother, L. Pearle (Manwaring, who passed away seventeen years ago, May 27, 1942. •Daughter, Lulu Belle M. White X CARD OF THANKS Words cannot express our sin­ cere appreciation to our many relatives, neighbors and friends for their prayers and acts of kind­ ness shown us during my stay in the hospital and since my return home. J Burt Curtis CARD OF THANKS Our recent sad loss leaves us with grateful hearts towards neighbors and friends. Their comforting expressions of sympathy and though tfukress will always be remembered. Miss Kathryn McCraley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dawley and Family Mr. and Mrs. George Clarke Mr. and Mrs. DuaneSchnitzler and Family CARD OF THANKS Our sincere appreciation to .everyone for their kindness and sympathy shown jt~oux- recent bereavement. Mrs. Arthur Aldus and Family D Dress Right—You Can't Afford Not to! 19th Week Suit Club Winner—Doris Transue 1 Arcade Mens Shop ^iiHiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiimiHiiiiiiiiiiHiiwiimiimiiiiiiiinHiimiHmiwmmHniiwwHiiiHim minimi pn§@i WEEKEND | Have your car lubricated and oil changed to 3 = Mobiloil Special or MobiloiL Have your winter § anti-freeze drained, radiator flushed and rust in­ hibitor installed. Get Ready For •Hnnm We have Specials on Goodyear Tires, 670x15 black tube-type at $12.95, plus fax and re- cappable fire. Go safer longer on... TURNPIKE PROVED ALL WEATHER \~\J-T TIRES Central Service Station | The Mobilgas Station C. E. Dickey Arcade Main At Liberty _ immyu»»muiimmiiiiimmuimm

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