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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, June 18, 1959, Image 5

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Thursday.. Juna i18, 1959 Tri-County Publications: Arcid* H*rald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: D«l«ven Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Page Five Arcade Mrs. Robert Witter Mrs. W. A. 'Harmon, Mrs. Robert Witter and children called on Mrs. Glare Harris at iRushford Lake Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kennedy ot Corning were guests of Mr and Mrs. Robert Warner and fam­ ily Sunday Miss Mildred Hatch is spend­ ing several days of her vacation in Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. William Wright of East Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. T J. Hyland of Bliss were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. H. James Hyland. Wednesday (Mr. and Mrs. 3?red Laird and Mr and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert enjoyed a picnic in honor of the Gilberts anniversary and Mrs. Laird's birthday. Fred Laird and son Kevin, and Leigh Laird attended a Father and Son Banquet at the church in Varysburg recently Mrs. Raymond Powers of Scars- dale was a luncheon guest of Mrs. Carl Kratzer Friday. The Forum Class of the Con­ gregational Church held their June meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garlapo re­ cently . Mrs. George Weaver and son, Jerry, of Franklinville were guests of Mrs. C. E. Bray Sunday after­ noon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neamon and children spent Sunday in Franklinville the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Koch. Mr. and Mrs. John Powers of Wellsville were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Louis Fries and family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and son of Ithaca -were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs. A. H. Terk recently. Mrs. Copeland and daughter, Arlene of Clifton Springs spent Moriday with Mr and Mrs. A. H. Terk. Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Marble of Syracuse visited Mr. and Mrs. Garth Yauchzy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Fischer attended the alumni banquet in Holland Saturday evening. Curriers Grange entertained the Pomona Grange officers, husbands and wives Monday evening. Tuesday Mrs. George Strong, Mrs. Pearl Bray, Mrs. Eulah Brew­ er and Mrs. Kenneth Bray attend­ ed Grange i n Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Roll and ATHLETIC SHIRTS NYLON-reinforced neck and arms for long-lasting good fit. Men's sizes 34-54. TEE SHIRTS NYLON - reinforced neckband keeps its smart shape through countless washings and wear- ings. Men's sizes S,M,L,XL , FRUIT OF THE LOOM KNIT BRIEFS NYLON-reinforced leg-openings and 100% stretch live elastic waistband insure long comfort­ able wear. Men's sizes 28-44. Sanforized SHORTS NEW HIGH QUALITY broad* cloth with seamless seat and generous cut. Men's boxer or gripper style in sizes 28-52. MEN'S GUARANTEED UNDERWEAR Clothing and Shoes HYLANDS ARCADE Men's and Boy's Wear son Alfred, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Bray, Mrs. Eulah Brewer and Mrs. Hazel Most attended the reg­ ular Pomona meeting held in Bliss Saturday. Alfred Roll was presented with a lapel pin from National Grange and a gift from Ponona Grange for an essay he wrote for a Highway Safety con­ test. Gordon Yule of Owatonna, Minn., was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witter Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cavexly of Hinsdale and Mrs. Lewis Witter of Sardinia were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witter Mrs. Blanche McElhinny Is vis­ iting her son in Buffalo this week. Callers Sunday at Miss Filer's home were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ncsper of Snyder, Atty J. M. and Mrs. Nesper and son Jimmy of Buffalo. Mrs. Bernard Brass and daugh­ ter Barb, Mrs. Ray Berwanger and Mrs. Lafferty of Delevan spent Monday in Olean. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fries, Den­ nis and Jack, attended the gradua­ tion exercises at Canisius High in Buffalo Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuller were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. George Trummell. Anna Jones of Wilkesboro, Pa., is spending this week with Mr, and Mrs. George Trummell. Miss Ann Cummings of Rye is visiting \Mr and Mrs. Robert Drennan and son Eddie. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reschke of Buffalo were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hamilton. Mrs. Verne Hamilton arrived from Florida Wednesday and spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. George Enneser of Buffalo called on Mrs. Pearl Bray Monday evening. Mrs. Carroll Hughes was a visi­ tor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jan- kovits in Batavia Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jankovits of Batavia were visitors Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hughes and with Mr. and Mrs, Hughes called at the Millie. Hugh­ es home in Sandusky and, Ihe An­ son Roblee home in ArcajJe. Mr. and Mrs. Porter MacUson of Waterloo called on Mrs. Florence Wagner Saturday. Mrs. Freda Wilcox of Farmers- ville visited Mrs. C. E. Bray Mon­ day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curtis of Duke Center, Pa., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grant R. Lynde Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Stoll of Elma spent Saturday with Mrs. Pearl Bray. Mr. and Mrs. Session of Fredon- ia were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O Bruyere Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Webster and son of Fredonla spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bruyere. Mrs. Helen Torge and Mrs. Elmer Torge of Strykersville call­ ed on Mrs. Frank Decker recently, Mrs. Rodger Joyce and children, Helen Meyerring and Mrs. Frank Decker were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tullar at their cottage at Lake Hiram. Charles Morris, Jr. and son of Jacksonville, Fla., called on Mrs. Esme Edmunds Wednesday Mrs. Esme Edmunds attended the graduation of her son, Keith, from R.I.T at Memorial Hall in Rochester recently. Keith has accepted a position with a print­ ing firm in Dunellen, N. J Mr and Mrs. Ray Meyers, Miss Janet Meyers and Richard Gil­ bert attended a party in honor of Miss Judy Yauchzy, who grad­ uated from Buffalo State Teach­ ers College Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and daughter of Chicago are visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs. Eric Mrs. O. B. Webster of Roches­ ter spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lee and family and called on Mrs. Viola Webster Robert Lee and family and Mrs. Eric Lee spent Sunday afternoon at Letch worth Park. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howell and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. William Weyer and family in Gainesville. (Miss Prise 111a Stockln spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. James Spaulding and Mr Spauld- ing in Delevan. Christopher Vought has re­ turned home from the Chaffee Hospital In SprlngviUe. Mrs. Clara Rosier is spending this week with Mr and Mrs. Hay- den Rosier Mr. and Mrs. Ford Strong and family were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Strong and Garbage Disposal Main Topic of Discussion At Meeting of Holland Community Council Discussion at successive meet ings of the Holland Community Council on the problem of garbage disposal resulted In three main points. First, the present set-up of In­ dependent collection is satisfac­ tory, mainly because the village proper is being served. The rural is content with a mixture of serv­ ice and private disposal. The council felt that competition should insure both reliable and competent service for those inter­ ested. Second, a garbage district is impractical at this point in view of the probable defeat of a town­ ship district. Work on such a dis­ trict would be too extensive unless actual need and success are indi­ cated. Third, there is an advantage to the town as a whole if garbage collection Is subject to more town control. Dumping could be a ser­ ious sanitation problem and could hurt the beauty of the town as well. The council also felt that no action was indicated at this time. Should an interested citizen's group develop, the council rec ommends that a possible plan would be to leave pertinent infor­ mation in all rural post office boxes. This should be followed by an application to the Town Board for either a township or­ dinance or, preferably, an ordin­ ance requiring weekly garbage collection and permits for collec tors. HOLLAND VOTERS PASS BOND ISSUE FOR NEW GRADE SCHOOL Voters of the Holland Central School District almost unanimous­ ly passed a $560,000 bond issue which will finance a new elemen­ tary school. According to Principal Harold O. Brumstead, the new school will handle children in kindergarten through the first three grades. The building has been planned to ex- attended he Class of 1947 party held at the cabin of Louis Domes. Mr. Domes and Mrs. Hall were host and hostesses. Mrs. Luke Brass and daughter Betty spent Monday in Buffalo. Bliss CLASSIFIED ADventures! I HEARD I COULD FIND MY MASTER IF I PUT AN AD IN THE.. Arcade Herald CAMPUS OXFORD. In the vortlty trod It Ion of imoit good looks. Cool comfort for Dad! Brushed pigskin Puppies by WOLVERIN E Great gift for Dad! Breathin' brushed pigskin Hush Puppies! Only 12 ounces per shoe. Solid comfort: steel shank support, balloon crepe Sole. Water repellent, soil resistant: they brush clean in a jiffy Men's sizes 6-12 in narrow, medium and wide widths. Avail­ able in a variety of styles and colors. Father's Day Gift Certificates available lets him choose his own later. Like father like son Hush Puppies also come in boys and youths' sizes. HYLANDS CLOTHING - SHOES ARCADE, N. Y. •/ •• MOCCASIN SLIP-ON. Calvol living! You hordly know you're wearing th.m. Miss Irene Merville Mrs. Irene Rudy and daughter of Batavia called on Mr and Mrs. R. M. Quackenbush Sunday after­ noon. Word has been received of the death of Albert Grosshans in Ro­ chester Sunday, June 14 He was a former resident of this area. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Hurlburt were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Oscar Rider •and son. In the afternoon they attended the Bliss-Java foallgame at Java. Mr. and Mrs. Owen- Roberts have moved Into the Berry house. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Collins were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Myrta Collins at North Chili Saturday Mrs. Earnest Wright and Mrs. Belle Walton accompanied Ed Wright to Pike Sunday to attend the funeral of Adlie Dowd. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tobias are visiting Mr and Mrs. Jim Tor- toickl Si Buffalo. Callers Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roberts were Mr and Mrs. Harold Roberts of Perry Rev and Mrs. Harold Burlingame, Fred Jennings and daughter, Miss Deb- ra Buck, Mrs. Howard Eddy of Gainesville, Miss Irene Merville, Elmer Hotchkiss and Phil Darbee of Holland. Guests Sunday at the Merville- Nelson home included, Mr and Mrs. Noel Nelson and son and Miss Sue Fisher of Bergen, Mrs. Howard Eddy of Gainesville, Mr and Mrs. John VanDyke, Miss Debra Buck, Fred Jennings and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eli Holt of Edin- boro, Pa., were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Merton Perry Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bookmiller called on Mrs. William Bookmiller arid Ray at East Bloomfield. . Mrs. J F Nelson accompanied Mr and Mrs. Noel Nelson to Gainesville to call on Mrs. Ron aid Eddy and son Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nichols of Perry called on Mr and Mrs Martin Nelson Sunday afternoon Mrs. Lena French spent Sun­ day with Mr and Mrs. Ted French Mrs. Sadie Hurlburt and Mrs. Lorraine Perry attended he Spring Conference of the Ameri­ can Legion Auxiliary at Warsaw Saturday The Bliss Grange will honor fathers at their next meeting. Sat urday evening, June 20. They will serve dinner at 7:30 and have an appropriate program under the direction of the lecturer A/C Wayne Safford has arrived home from Great Lakes Training Base for two week's furlough. 'The regular meeting of the So cial Rebekah Lodge will be held Tuesday evening, June 23 This will be the last gathering until September Monday, June 15, Wesley G Marsh, son of Mr and Mrs. George A Barsh of Bliss received his B S. degree from Cornell University Mr Marsh graduated from Letch- worth Central School in 1955. He is married to the former Nancy J Hall of West Farmington, Ohio and Ithaca They have two sons Wesley J and Scott H Mr Marsh will assume the position of Vocational Agriculture instruct or at the Franklin Academy at Malone Their new address will be 75 Pearl Street, Malone Mr and Mrs George Marsh spent Sunday and Monday in Ithaca attending the \graduation of their son, Wesley, from Cornell University Their grandson, Wes­ ley, returned home with them for a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Meade and Carol Ann of Belmont were guests Sunday of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Ward. Mrs. Ken Roche and daughters were In Batavia Friday to see her father, Walter Clark, who is ill. Mrs. Catherine Maxwell accom­ panied Mrs. Francis Maxwell to Wyoming Monday to visit Mr and Mrs. Martin Norton. Mr: and Mrs. Clarence Mills of Houghton were dinner guests Monday of Mrs. Alice Closser Visitors Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Owen Roberts were Mr and Mrs. William Newton of Fillmore. Mr and Mrs. Earl Roberts and Mrs Althea Walradt of Centerville Rev and Mrs. Harold Burlin­ game and Mrs. Sadie Hurlburt were among those who attended the vesper service at Camp Vick Sunday evening Miss Anna Carev of Perry call­ ed at the Flynn home Sunday A/C John Dutton has com­ pleted his furlough and left for Key West, Fla , where he will be in torpedo school for 13 wreks Delevan Mrs Howard Peckham Local Editor Mr and Mrs. Ralph Blackmon, daughter Daphne, Donald Jaqulsh, Mr and Mrs. Ward Dedrick and Mrs. Carl Holmes attended the Wyoming County Pomona Grange at Bliss Saturday evening, at which time the Cattaraugus County Grange play \Itchin* to be Hitched\ was presented by the Delevan Grange cast. Other guests from here who went were Mr and Mrs. Henry Bednarek and family, Mr and Mrs. Joe Ash Mrs. Bertha Lynde was very I pleasantly surprised on her 77th pand easily as the enrollment rises. The present school handles grade and high school students. Due to overcrowded classrooms, some children from the lower grades have had to attend classes in the Town Hall and the Bap­ tist Church. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Elton Baptist Church Sunday School Class Holds Class Reunion Members of ttte former Sunday School Class of Mrs. Bertha Wil Hams held their annual reunion at the Odosagih Bible Conference dining hall, Saturday, June 13. There were 25 members present. For many years Mrs. Williams taught the teen-age girls\ classes in the Elton Baptist Church. The girls and Mrs. Williams started the class reunion in 1928. It has continued to the present time, with the exception of three war years. At the business meeting con­ ducted by the president, Ceola Wells Lawton, the following of­ ficers were elected President, Ella Pingrey Cheney, Vice-President, Alice Herschuler Wells, Secretary and Treasurer, Marie Hooper; Sunshine, Georgia Cheney Stan- bro and Table Committee, Jennie Hooper Strong, and Edna Cradler Laird. Ralph Phillips Ford TlODT^ SALES & r KJIXLJ SERVICE HOLLAND birthday last Friday, when sev­ eral friends dropped in on her to extend congratulations and best wishes. They were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Churchill of West Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Emerson and Mrs. Rose Taylor of Buffalo and Mrs. James Ferry of Springville Mrs. Zerol Everts called on Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Everts and family at East Machias Sunday evening Mrs. Rudolph Rakoska and daughter of Chaffee called on Mrs. Bertha Lynde Saturday We extend congratulations to Mr and Mrs. John Gile who cele­ brated their Silver Wedding Anni­ versary, Tuesday, June 16. Mr and Mrs. Harvey Sarles of Buffalo were guests Friday night and Saturday of Mr and Mrs. Stanley Hardy Mrs. Sarles at­ tended the shower for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pixley at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Beach Friday evening. Several from here called at the Weismantel Funeral Home in Springville to pay their respects to the late Henry Bastian. Mr and Mrs. Dawson Peckham, Mrs. Harold Howatt, Mrs. Shirley Persons and Mrs. Rita Sherwood returned home Friday from their vacation trip of two weeks in Kansas and Colorado. They trav­ eled 4,000 miles, without a mishap of any kind, nor did they witness any accident or trouble on the highway. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pixley and son Bradley of Newfane visit­ ed the Pixley and White families over the weekend. Dr and Mrs. W W. Powers of Kenmore and two granddaughters Debbie and Kyle Powers of East Aurora called on Mr and Mrs. Ted Haynes and family Saturday The cast in the Delevan Grange play should have read: Mr. and and Mrs. Wayne Weaver, Donald Jaquish, Mrs. Carl Holmes, Mr and Mrs. Ward Dedrick, Ralph Blackmon and Miss Daphne Blackmon, Sorry Mr and Mrs. Duane Sproul en­ tertained at dinner Sunday follow­ ing the Christening of their grand­ daughter, Susan Elizabeth Sproul. Guests included Mr and Mrs. James Sproul and Susan Elizabeth nf Alfred, Miss Sandra Nourse and John Henry of Franklinville, Mr and Mrs. Richard Pierce, Infant son Craig (who also was christen­ ed), Mr and Mrs. Verno Nourse and daughters and Mrs. Gertha Sproul. Mrs. Leslie Everts and son of West Valley visited Mrs. John Gile Tuesday Mr and Mrs. Gerald Knight and Miss Valma Cagwin were in Coud- ersport, Pa., Sunday Mr and Mrs. Zerol Everts, Mr and Mrs. Warren Tcsch and infant son attended the Everts reunion at the Arcade Park Sunday after­ noon. Your insurance may be \old fashioned/'too! Have you brought your insurance up to date since you bought that new TV set... hi-fi . or furniture' Make sure your policy covers the present value of the contents of your home or apartment. Call us now for your complete property insurance checkup. JLL GOOD CAR.' in =Z wo, HAVE A LOOK AT THESE GOOD-WILL USED CARS BEFORE YOU BUY THAT USED CAR . . . EACH ONE IS IN TIP-TOP SHAPE READY FOR YOUR SUMMER DRIVING PLEASURE! 1957 Chevrolet 4-Door Bel Air... Power steering, power brakes, powerglide, one owner, low mileage. 1957 Chevrolet 2-Door Hardtop... Powerglide, black and white, one owner, sharp. 1956 Buick 2-Door Special... Automatic transmission, beautifully kept, one owner, like new. 1955 Mercury Montclair 2-Door Hardtop... Full power, power seat, rear seat speaker, clean. 1958 Willys FC170 Pickup Truck... Like new, low mileage. Morrison Motors, Inc. PONTIAC — JEEP — VAUXHALL Olean Road YORKSHIRE Phone Arcade 478 WE SALUTE THOSE IN THE DAIRY INDUSTRY Bank Of Delevan

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