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Section 1-Page 10 GLENN W BLAKELEY Glenn W. Blakeley of Buffalo died October 7, 1959. Funeral ser­ vice will be held at W. S. Davis Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County. Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Funeral Home in Arcade Friday, October 9 at 2:00 p. m. Surviving are seven sons, five daughters and one brother J .Earl of Arcade. MILE RIDDLE SI Warning wicked King Ahab Of the funis* all did dread, 1 fled unto brook Cheiith Where th» r»ren» brought roe bread. Whi. Am T? (1 King* 17) WSIMLS- , FUNERAL HOME ARCADE 114- ARCADE THEATRE Thur., Fri. and Sat. Oct. 8, 9, 10 II The Big Circus Starring Victor Mature, Red Buttons, Rhonda Fleming and Kathy Grant In Cinemascope Plus Color Sun. and Mon. Oct. .11. 12 The Earth Is Mine Starring Rock Hudson, Jean Simmons and Dorothy McGuire In Cinemascope Plus Color li Dear Mr. Dairyman Save time and money by using our mobile unit. We have last season ear corn at 2.00 cwt. v. re can balance your grain with our ear corn and concentrates to make a high energy milking ration at a cost of less than 2.10 cwt. Ralston Purina Co. 15 Santord Ave. Arcade, N. Y. Phone 543 Sheila Lusk To Become Bride Of H. Williams Wayne Mrs i„i.-. Margaret Lusk of Arcade announces the engagement of her daughter. Sheila, to Mr Wayne H. Williams, son of Mr and Mrs. Howard Williams of Centerville, No date has been set for the wedding as yet Delevan, Yorkshire Methodist Church News The Senior Fellowship of the Delr\ -in Mcth\di«t Church will . \ i • ,i .ii-at at Silver Lake on Sunday afternoon, October 1 1 I :n-y uilr return on Monday, Oc­ tober 12. Pat Peckham, President in charge of arrangements. Thursday, October 15 will be . mily night for the Delevan Methodist Church and the York­ shire Methodist Church The sup­ per will be held at the Delevan Church at 6:30 p. m. A program w ill follow of slides and a de­ scription of the Gospel Futher- ancc- Society which Is an organi­ zation that has worked with dis­ placed persons in Germany The Rev Alfred Lenzner of Lockport, a retired Methodist minister will be the speaker The first of two dances, spon­ sored by the Delevan-Machias Ki- wanis Club and open to youth of the community will be held at the Delevan-Machias Central School Friday evening, October 9. The dance will begin at 8:00 p. m Art Dedrick's band will play for danc Ing. -----iv Arcade Baptist Church Schedule Announced Church School at the First Bap­ tist Church in Arcade will begin at 10 00 a. m. Sunday, October 1, followed by Morning Worship at 11 00 dclock. The pastor has chosen \The Challenge of Me­ diocrity\ as his sermon theme. At 6 00 o'clock Sunday evening the Junior and Junior High B Y.F.'ers will meet In joint ses­ sion and a program on Camp Vick will be presented by those who attended the camp sessions In July and August. Parents and friends are invited to attend this open meeting. The Midweek Service will be held Wednesday night and atten­ tion is called to the change of time for this service from 7 00 o'clock to 7.30 A discussion on the \Church Covenant\ will be held on the basis of an anaylsis of it and its practicability today This meeting will end promptly at 8.30 At 8 30 the same evening the Sen­ ior Choir will rehearse At 345 Friday afternoon the Junior Choir will rehearse at the church with Mrs Charles Drake as director A cordial welcome is extended to Arcade Lodge, F & A. M members and their families to at­ tend the Worship Service at the Baptist Church this coming Sun­ day at 11 00 a m The delegation will be headed by the Lodge Mas­ ter Leonard Mason. Marriages MILLER-BLUM Wearing a lovely floor length gown of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over taffeta, Miss Vera Mildred Blum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Fred Blum of Liberty St, Arcade, became the bride of Mr. Miles A, Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Miller of Rice Rd., Elma. The long sleeved lace bodice of her gown featured a v- neckline with an inlay of tulle outlined by a scalloped rnotif of lace studded with iridescent se­ quins. The voluminous skirt of tulle fell from the tiny -waistline over a tiered tulle underskirt, and a wide peplum of Jace edged with accordion pleated tulle formed a ruffled, scalloped apron, effect. Her finger tip veil of imported illusion fell from a leaf motif half- cap studded with matching irides­ cent sequins. She carried white orchids on a white Bible. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The candlelight ceremony took place at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in East Aurora Saturday, September 5, 1959 and the double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev Victor Neeb, pastor of the church. Bouquets of white gladioli adorned the altar Before the ceremony Mrs. Helen Zielinskl sang \O Promise Me\ and \O Perfect Love\ and follow­ ing the ceremony she sang \The Lord's Prayer \ Miss Nancy Blum was her sis ter's maid of honor, dressed in L cotillion blue silk dress fashioned in ballerina length She carried a cascade bouquet of baby mums and shadowed carnations. Mrs. Joyce Brockner, sister of the bridegroom, was dressed in gown identical.to that of the maid of 'honor and she, too, carried a cascade bouquet of baby mums and shadowed carnations Ronald Miller, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man and the ushers were Dahl Blum, bro ther of the bride, head usher, Ken neth Blum, another brother of the bride, and Frank Brockner, bro. ther-ln-law of the bridegroom. Corsages of white sweetheart roses were worn by the mothers of the couple. The bride's mother chose a sapphire blue dress with matching accessories and the mother of the bridegroom wore an orchid lace dress with matching accessories. A reception was held for 175 guests at the Roycroft Inn in East Aurora immediately following the ceremony. After a trip to Canada, the couple are now at home i n Elma A son, William Anthony, to Mr. and Mrs. William Wrobel of St. Catharines, Ont., on September 29, 1959 Weight 7 pounds 15% ounces. Mrs. Wrabel is the former Catherine Almeter, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John G. Almeter of Yorkshire. Coming Events FALL CLEARANCE SALE Births Rev. Shrier Continues Services At Calvary Alliance Church Sunday School at the Calvary Alliance Church in Arcade will take place at 10:00 a m on Octo­ ber 11 Rally Day will be ob­ served in the Sunday School and a good attendance is expected. The Morning Worship service will begin at 11 00 o'clock with the Rev. Clarence Shrier bringing the sermon. In the evening the A.Y.F and the Jet-Cadets will meet at 7 00. At 7 45 the Rev Shrier will speak during the Evening Gospel Hour Services with the Rev Shrier will continue through October 18 with the exception of Mondays and each of the services will be at 7-45 p. m The public is cor­ dially invited to attend these ser­ vices. 1! Savings On Items Too j • a !! Numerous To Mention. B a a a !i Come In And See! i: ii !: • a Sale Started September 25 And Is Still In Effect. You Can't Buy For Less Anywhere Open Tues. and Fri. Nifes Till 9:00 Yorkshire - Phone Arcade 541 a a a i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a \The Mourners' To Be Sermon At Arcade Methodist Church Church School at Arcade Meth odlst Church begins every Sunday at 9:45 a m., with all classes up to high school age meeting in the new Educational Building. The High School and Adult Class meet in the old dining room. The Nur­ sery will care for babies during the 11-00 a. m. Service. At 11 00 a. m. this Sunday, Oc­ tober 11, Rev Closson will preach on \The Mourners\ second in a series on the Beatitudes. All are welcome to this service. On Sunday evening at 7:00 o'clock the Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship will have a discussion on \Communism\. The Woman's Society will meet Tuesday, October ' 18, at 8:00 p. m. for a program put on by the Exchange Students from South America. If you have to pull off the road at night, switch on your interior lights and turn signal lights. It's important that you let approach­ ing motorists know you ere parked off the road and not in a traffic lane. OCT. 8—Annua] Bazaar and Tur­ key dinner at Sandusky Metho­ dist Church Hall. Adults $1.25, children 65c. Serving from 5:30 on. * 36t38 OCT. 9 —'Baked Food gale at the Wallace Store, Arcade'Starting at 10:00 a. m. Sponsored by Gleaner Class of Arcade Methodist Church. 37t38 OCT. 8-9-10—Rummage Sale at Yule's Garage, Main St., Arcade, sponsored by Rosary Society of SS. Peter & Paul's Church. Hours 10 00 to 5:00 Thursday and Sat urday, 10 00 to 9:00 on Friday. 37138 OCT. 10—Delevan Grange pre­ sents \Itchin' to get Hitched.\ Also from Bolivar, the \Dixieland n r- \ Di r>,thy and Lois Tanner in • lloncv Chile and Mr Pro fes.fi\ 8 00 p m Donation At ti <• Hclevan - Machias Central SrHr .l 37t38X OCT 1'—Card Party at St. Tilde's Church, Sardinia, 8-00 i m Donation SI.00. 37t38 OCT 17—Pancake Supper at Y rk'hire Methodist Church ~l»n r ored by Troop No. 37. Boy i uts of America Benefit of ; Camp Fund Serving from 5:00 on. Adults $1 00 children 50c 37t39 OCT. 12—Annual Workshop for members of Bishop's Committee for Christian Home and Family. S: Louise de .Marillac District at St John's of Alden Registra­ tion at 10:00 o'clock a. m. 38p OCT. 14— Smorgasbord sponsored by Senior Class, Arcade Central School. Serving in Cafeteria from 5 30 p. m. Tickets $1.00; children under 10, 75c 38p OCT. 15—A supper of roast tur­ key and all the trimmings wilJ be served by the Phllatheas in the Baptist Church parlors at Farm- ersville Station Thurs., Oct. 15. from 5.30 p. m. on. Adults $1.25, children to 12 yrs., 75c, take-out dinners 25c extra. Homemade candy for sale 38 OCT. 15 — Smorgasbord at the Delevan-Machias Central School Adults $1.00 Children under 12, 65c, under 5 free 5:30 p. m. until all are served. Sponsored by Senior Class. * 38X OCT 16— From 3:30 to 5.00, Baked Goods Sale at Holland Hardware, sponsored by O.E.S. 38t39J OCT. 17 —Card Party at Masonic Hall, Arcade. Sponsored by Ar­ cade Rebekahs. Refreshments, prizes and door prize. Starting 8:00 p. m. Donation $1.00. 37t39 OCT. 18 —At the Freedom Bap­ tist Church a gospel film \Un­ finished Task\. Everyone wel­ come. 38t39 OCT 21 —Bazaar and Smorgasbord Supper, Arcade Baptist Church. 34t39 OCT. 22—Auction Sale, sponsored by Delevan - Machlas Kiwanis Club Thursday evening, October 22 at Williams Auction Pavilion, Delevan. 38t40 OCT. 24— Card party at Town Hall, Sardinia. 8:00 p. m., euchre and pedro. Prizes and refresh­ ments. {Donation $1.00. Benefit of the Benton Club 38140 OCT. 2* —Chicken Barbecue spon sored by Arcade Lodge No. 419 F. & A. M. at Masonic Temple Serving from 5:00 p. m. on. Pub­ lic cordially invited. 37t40 OCT. 29 —Annual Men's Turkey and Ham Supper. Curriers. Con­ gregational Church. Serving from 5:30. Adults $1.50. Children $.75. 35t40 NOV..4—Roast Pork dinner and [Bazaar at Chaffee Baptist Church. Serving from 630 on. Adult* $1*0, Children 75c. 3>7t4S NOV 11 — Veterans Day Ham Dinner at VFW Club In Arcade, sponsored by VFW Auxiliary. Adults, $1.50; children, 76c. 37t42 Deaths MRS. BASIL STAHLMAN Mrs. Edith Burton Stahlman, age 38 years, wife of Basil Stahl­ man of Niagara Falls, N Y. pass­ ed away at the Memorial Hospital at the Falls September 28, 1959, following a four-month Illness. Mrs. Stahlman was born in Ulysses, Pa., August 2, 1921 and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton of Delevan She had lived at the Falls for 20 years. Funeral services were held at the Lane Funeral Home at Nia­ gara Falls Thursday afternoon, with the Rev Lynn Smith, pas­ tor of the Church of God officiat­ ing Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery Those left to mourn their loss are her husband, Basil, three sons, Basil Jr , 17, Bernard, 14, and Albert, 6, one brother, George of San Francisco, California, two sis­ ters, Mrs. Ella Dewyer of Eldred, Pa., Mrs June Zimmer of Dele­ van, and her parents, Mr and Mrs. Burton of Delevan. One sis­ ter, Mrsi>Roberta Ehret preceded her in dJBtth in 1951. MRS. MARGARET VV. HO^D Arcade friends of Mrs. Margaret Welch Hdward of Dearborn, Mich., were informed of her dea'th on September 30, 1959 Death was caused from a heart attack on September 20. As a girl she lived in Yorkshire, Eagle and Arcade. She married John Welch, Arcade, who was an editor of one of the Arcade papers. Mr Welch died in 1921 and she sold the printing business to Grant Hodge and sold her home on Park Street and went to De­ troit, Michigan, where she met and married Forrest Howard. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband and two daughters, Bev­ erly, and Beryl, a son having died in Infancy. IN MEMORIAM LAW—In memory of our hus­ band, father and grandfather, William M. Law, who passed away October 14, 1949. Time goes on with many changes, Joys and sorrows, smiles and tears. But his memory will be cherished, With the passing of the years. Sadly missed by Wife Cora, Son Leon, Daughter- in-law Eva, Grandchildren Elizabeth, William J., Evelyn and Larry Law p Strykersville Fire Company Emergency Squad CARD OF THANKS Harold R. Baldwin, Hunter Safety instructor, Delevan, would like to thank the merchants in Ar­ cade, Delevan, Yorkshire and Ma­ chlas for their generous contribu­ tions for the purchase of a' new rifle. The .22 caliber rifle was supplied by Rosier Hardware, Inc., Arcade, and will be used in this area for the sole purpose of Hunter Safety training. p CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for the cards, gifts and kind visits I received in the hosptal and since my return home. William (Bill) Rogers p CARD OF THANKS 1 sincerely thank all those that sent flowers, gifts and cards. Also those who called during my ill­ ness. Thank you everyone Ellen A. Healy P CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all those who remembered me with flowers, cards and gifts during my stay in the hospital. Mrs. Walter Ellis P CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends and neighbors who so kindly remem­ bered us with cards, flowers and all acts of kindness shown us dur­ ing our recent bereavement. Mrs. Walter Ellis Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Smith and grandchildren p CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Bliss Fire Company for their aid at our fire, also Joe Welninski, Joe Flynn, Teddy Kcenan and all the neigh­ bors who helped Mr and Mrs Louis Allen p Thursday, October 8, 1959 j CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank each and: every person who voted for ma duripg the weeks of the Miss Chaffee Hospital Contest, Even though I did not win, I had the privilege of being in the top eight and having many enjoyable ex­ periences I would not otherwise have had. My deepest apprecia­ tion goes to the many business firms that posted my name. I al­ so wish to thank Beverly Kerr of Yorkshire who very graciously stepped in at the last minute when I was without an accompanist. Janet Whitbeck CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends] for their kind remembrances with) cards-and visits during my recent hospitalization and since my re-i turn home. , Clyde Watson] CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone who remembered me in any way while in the hospital and since my re­ turn home Ruth Denison CARD OF THANKS I wiuld like to thank everyone who sent me cards, flowers, candy and other gifts while I was in the hospital and since I came home. Ena Holland CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who supported and worked to make our dinner such a huge success. We appreciate your effort. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who remembered us with cards and gifts on our 65th wedding an­ niversary and the Eagle Methodist Church for the lovely flowers, p Mr and Mrs. Frank Husted CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors for their beautiful flowers, cards and letters I re­ ceived during my stay in the hos­ pital. 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