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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, October 08, 1959, Image 11

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TIN-COUNTY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAYS AND PAYS jUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiHiiMniHiiiiiiuii I \The LARK\ I r E | by Sfudebaker = | Speaks For If self-One Try Tells Why! I = STUDEBAKER 111 A If CI UED PACKARD 5 | 765 Main St. W ' A * tLVtK CY0310 = g EAST AURORA - S Over 48 Years Continuous Studebaker Service = uiiiiimuaiuuiiuuniiinimniiiimiMii Buffalo Raceway Moves Info 2nd Half of Fall Meet This week Buffalo Raceway moved Into the second half of 11S Fall meeting which will be con­ cluded on October 31. Bud Gil- mour continues to lead the other drivers in dash winnings, follow­ ed by Del Manges and Keith Waples who are staging a seesaw battle for runnerup position. Post position 1 has produced the most winners to date and Daily Double number 50 has beenthe only com­ bination of digits to repeat. Never before in tht nlslory of Buffalo Raceway has there been such a fine array of 3-year-olds stabled there. Accordingly, Race Secretary Paul F Keim has ex­ tended invitations to the pacing sophomore for a $1000 event o n Thursday, October 8. This is the first special race for that age and gait this season, outside the Rey­ nolds Stake The Fall Trotting Series con­ sisting of 5 events each worth $5000 added money will resume on Friday, the 9th. after an. In­ terruption last weex for an In ­ vitational. Annette Sue, the new­ comer from Roosevelt Raceway which trotted off with th e first prize In her debut at Hamburg will start as the probable favor­ ite in the third leg of the series. This 5-year-old mare owned and driven by Charlie King of Ham­ ilton, Ohio, trotted the fastest mile on that gait this meeting, 2.04. Jessie Colby, Helen Brooke K., Bengazi, Empress Rodney, Rcxall Boy, and Guy K. Protector are also eligible to Friday's fea­ ture The Fall Pacing Series, after a break last Saturday for the H T.A. Pace, will continue with the third leg valued over $5000 o n this coming Saturday night. Tar Boy, which has wrapped up both pre­ vious versions of this 5-event ser­ ies, and Mighty Dudley, the Cana­ dian champion, will probably be absent lo participate in the $50,- The Arcade Herald Second Section Thursday, October 8, 1959 Number 38 000 H.TAL . finale at Roosevelt. With this fearful pair away for this single even Berrymite, Mun- ger Hanover, Highland Laird, Andy Byrd, Howard Rosecroft and B'Haven will have a golden opportunity to seize a victory in this late closing feature. Pott time for the first race is 8:30, Daily Double windows close at 8-15. During the cruise ,the Bridget Teddy Kcenan and al lthe neigh- Applyin person Sugg Chevrolet, Never attempt to turn around on an expressway by crossing the median strip, warns the Allstate Safety Crusade. One-fifth of all California freeway- fatalities in the last three years resulted from cross-median collisions. 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That's because the Tri-Counfy Weekly Publications is the date book of the commun­ ity, the diary of your everyday life, the historian of our times. If announces births, weddings, deaths. If tells the community about all the things that happened to us from the cradle to the grave. It is the favorite reading matter of every member of the family... Mom's, Dad's, Bud's, Sis'. If is the reading habit that binds the family together. To give you food for thought as well as conversation... to keep you accurately informed and \in the know\ about what's going on around (own, is the steadfast purpose of the TRI-COUNTY WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS ARCADE, N. Y. PHONE 151 la l • a • • a l • a • a l • a I la l • a I • a I • a I la l a a I • a I • a l • a i III la l il l • •• • a I • a • a • a I • if la l i a • • a I • a I • a I la l • a I • a I • a I • a l la l • a I • a • a l • a I la l la l il l I a I • a I • a a III la l ai l ia l la l • •I • a l • if il l ia l a a l • «l • al • a I • a I il l ia l • a I • a I 1 8 1 l a \ a a i • a I la l • a l • a I • a I ia l II I II I II I ::< i • ::: i • _ in ii: More Area Dealers Showing Their New 1960 Model Automobiles A strong family resemblance between the new Corvair and Chevrolet's conventional lin<* of passenger cars for 1960 is evident in this unusual E rode view. At 180 inches, however, the Corvair i more than two and one-half feet shorter, while Its 108-inch wheelbase compares with 119 on the Impala Sport Sedan with which it appears. Elegance and chassis refinements characterize the larger t'lipv ruU-ts in an offering of 16 pas- songer models. The Corvair introduces an array of compact mechanical innovations designed to provide (ho riding and driwng qualities demanded by the American buyer. The torvair and conven­ tional model will be in dealer showrooms Oct. A Crisply sculptured lines which blend with each other to provide an overall \package\ design highlight the Rambler line for 1960. which goes on sale October 14. An addition to the line Is a new three-seat station wagon. Horsepower ratings are 127 for the Sit and 200 for the Rebel V-8. Optional power packs are available. The newly designed interiors provide flve-foot-wldc scats for six passengers. The 1960 models have larger windows and increased entrance room. Shown is the Rambler Six Custom four-door sedan. DETROIT. OCT 1 — The fresh vibrant look of tomorrow is achieved in the 1960 Dndqe through new stvlinfi and advanced engineering This Polara four-door hard­ top is one of eleven models featuring natural scat heights and a new level of com­ fort and quiet. Barbara Henry, Phillip Gunn Married At Ceremony In Franklinville j 'I ... .. i • •i •is • •I in iiZ\\\!\.\!!\\\\\\\\\\\ The marriage of Miss Barbara Jean Henry and Mrs Phillip Baker Gunn took place in a double ring ceremony held at the First Bap­ tist Church in Franklinville Sat­ urday afternoon, August 1, 1969 at 1:30 o'clock The Rev Allen T Short per­ formed the ceremony uniting the daughter of Mrs. Catherine Henry and the late James Henry, Jr , and the son of Mrs. Mary Bray of Ar­ cade before an altar decorated with fern, candelabra and bou­ quets of white gladioli and pink carnations. The organist, Donna Harris, accompanied Mr Donald O'Neil of Rochester, wh o sang I \Because \I Love Thee\ and] \The Lord's Prayer \ j Given in marriage by her brother, Mr John Henry, the bride wore a floor length gown of French lace arid tulle over sa­ tin with long sleeves, fitted bas­ que bodice and a sabrina neck­ line etched in sequins. The bouf­ fant skirt with a chapel train was worn over hoops. He r elbow length veil of silk illusion wa s held b y a tiara set with rhlne- stones and pearls and she wore a pearl necklace and earrings, gifts of the bridegroom. Her white o r chid corsage wa s carried o n a white Bible with liUes of the vat ley and a ribbon shower. Mrs. Richard Land of Olean, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor, wearing a waltz length gown of mint green nylon sheer The bodice was fashioned with a pleated v-neckline and large white venise motifs extended diagonally down tin full skirt which wa s worn over bnllerim hoops HIT headiiiere was- a dior Wow v 111) .1 sin. ,11 ( i C 1 )1 ii \ « ii .inr i she wnii u hiu ulovi*. M.irv Ott .iway ol Franklinville andra Seenst of Buffalo and Janice Wood of 1 mle Valley were bridesmaids wearing ensembles identical to thai of the matron of honor The bridal attendants wore teardrop nccklacis, gifts of the bride The flower gir! wa s Marilyn Wncck of Kenmore, wearing a mint green dress- styled like those of the bridal attendants Mrs Richard White of Arcade was best man and ths ushers were Donald Hiett, Peter Walter and Steve Hudson a cousin of the bridegroom David Paul Bray of Arcade, brother of the bride­ groom, was ringbearer The bride's mother wore a dress of champagne lace over taffeta with champagne accessories and a corsage of pink roses and white carnations The bridegroom's mother chose coral silk organza over taffeta with white accessor­ ies and a corsage of yellow roses and white carnations. Mrs. Frank Dallas, grandmother of tho bride, was present and wore a corsage of pink roses Mrs Fred Baker of Arcade, grandmother of the bridegroom, wore a corsage of yellow roses and white carna tions. Following the ceremony a re ception wa s held i n Fellowship Hall for 175 guests from Bradford and Erie, Pa , Niagara Falls, Buf­ falo, Olean, Arcade, Little Valley, and the Franklinville area. San dra Nourse of Delevan wa s the guest list attendant. Following a honeymoon trip lo the Thousand Islands, Lake Pla cid and Lake George, the young couple are at home at 143 Frank­ lin Street in Sprlngville. The bride Is a 1958 graduate of Ten Broeck Academy and is em­ ployed as a secretary at Burrell Products, Inc. The bridegroom is graduate of Arcade Central School, Class of 195S, and received his degree in 1959 from the School of Pharmacy at the University of Buffalo. Pre-nuptials events i n honor of the bride included a variety show­ er given by Mary Ottaway, Dessie Frost, Linda Hitchcock and Don­ na Beach, and a linen shower giv­ en by Mrs. Carol Hiett and Mrs. Ethel Randall. Leptospirosis can ge t a stran- glehSld o n a dairy herd and cut the dairyman's pay check i n half.. Farmers should contact their county agent or veterinarian for information on disease, symptons and prevention. You're Proud — and ivitk Reason Commodore Casual SPORT COATS It's easy to feel proud of your self in one of our new sport coats by Clipper Craft, \iou know the styling is right - the new trim look, in fine quality woolens. You know you look! great — p ,ple keep telling you so. Your comfort speaks for It­ self. And yau have th« added! satisfaction of an amazingly low price. Bring all this to pass) quickly - by teeing oqr <oll*c< \on tod., I $2995 Others From $16.50 Clipper-Craft Suits $50 and $55 Simon Bros. Springville

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