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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, October 08, 1959, Image 3

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Thursday, October 8, 1959 Tri-Counrv Publications: Arcade Herald Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Section 1— Page 3 Arcade Central School News TEACHERS STRESS SAFETY RULES Many items of business were discussed a t the regular meeting nf the elementary faculty Thurs­ day. October 1 i n th e cafeteria, but stress was placed upon a ds- cu .'Mon of safety rules and the importance ot courtesy among the children. Playground and dismissal rules were talked over as well as the pri.bW m during noon hour super- \ i.-.iun It was again announced t 'i3t town pupils should not re LEN LITTLE Buys old crippled or down HORSES & COWS. Also removes dead hor­ ses and cows IF- called immediately. Machias 8496 turn to\the school for afternoon instruction until 12:30. A decision was made to change banking day t o Monday in order for parents t o have just one day for banking procedures. Among other Items of business was a n evaluation of the recent Wyoming County teachers confer­ ence. Refreshments were served by the kindergarten teachers. TEACHERS ATTEND PUBLIC RELATIONS MEETING Mrs. Janice Weltz and Mrs. Audrey Wallace, co-chairmen of the Public Relations committee for th e Arcade Faculty Associa tinn. attended the Central Western Z lie meeting a t Avon Junior - Senior High School on Thursday evening, October 1 Registration was a t 4:30 follow­ ed by an inspection of the school. Dinner was served in the school cafeteria at 5:30. Following th e dinner, Richard H. Percy, chair­ man of Public Relations for th e Central Western Zone, welcomed those present. The group re-convened at 7:00 p m in th e auditorium to hear a keynote address by Clayton Rose of th e state education de ­ partment, who is th e national chairman of school public rela­ tions. M r Rose pointed out th e fact that the general public will not face the need for the addi­ tional building program in many giiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiniiiijiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuiiiiiniiu Have You Any INSURANCE Over 3 Years Old? If you have simply renewed your policies without re­ viewing the contents dtjnng the past few years, you have some surprises comrRg^, New \package\ policies at lower rates, improved types of coverage. Increased risks in driving a car that de­ mand higher coverage, moke security something that should be modernized. Our experience is yours for the asking. Call us. Hitchcock Insurance Agency = 53 Main St. DELEVAN, N. Y. Phone 9511 5 j» Serving This Community lor 36 Years S John H. Donohue. Mgr. m r — liiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiinnimiummuuin' communities throughout the state. Taxpayers ar e constantly com­ plaining over th e high cost of education, andf they vote down bond issues because they want t o keep their taires from increasing. According to* the speaker, a great deal of this opposition Is due to lack of information. He feels that each educator should be well enough informed that he could go but and do a good job of pub­ lic relations, and that this would help very much to solve the prob­ lem. Eight workshop sessions were held for the next hour Then the group met again in the auditorium for a panel summary Mrs. Weitz attended th e workshop on the topics \Writing th e Public Rela­ tions Story\ and Mrs. Wallace at­ tended the session on \Parent Re­ lations and Public Relations\ PARENT RELATIONS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS DISCUSSED There is a great need 1 for bet­ ter public relations between the school board and general public, according to workshop partici­ pants who discussed this topic a t Avon Central School Thursday, October 1 It was pointed out thaWAn some schools teachers seem tcrbe poor­ ly informed as to scffool board policy In such cases, public* re­ lations need to b e improved be­ tween teachers and the adminis­ tration On e solution mentioned was that teachers take turns in attending board meetings. An­ other suggestion was that one o r two teachers might discuss school board policy with the principal and report back to the faculty I t was generally agreed that teach­ ers should b e informed first so that they might be able to explain correctly when asked about some matter It was also pointed ou t that school board members should not mention school matters cas- ,ually, but that school board pol­ icies should b e announced Teachers discussed the fact that the public, especially persons without children, often seem to be poorly informed with regard t o school organization and the dut­ ies of school personnel such a s EXPERT Watch & Clock Repairing 40 Tears Experience- All Work Guaranteed At Reasonable Prices. Number of years as Erie and B <fc O Railroad Watch Inspector BLAKESLEE THE WATCHMAKER \ARCADE 254 Main St. Phone 745 the vice-principal, the elementary supervisor, the guidance director and others of th e staff. I t was suggested that each service club and similar organizations set u p educational committees if they don't new exist. Teachers could then be appointed to meet with these committees and relay Infor­ mation to them, especially on the subject of legislation. Since th e public seems interested in such matters, it was believed that they would gladly cooperate. Parent relations also need im­ provement in some instances. Some schools are solving the prob­ lem by sending weekly bulletins to parents. Other suggestions were open houses, parent conferences or home visits. Chairman of the workshop was Mrs. Helen Sworts of th e Penn Yan elementary faculty Mrs. Doris Knatt of Letchworth Cen­ tral School wa s recorder. Con­ sultant was Theodore Anderson, principal of th e Albion High School. SENIORS COMPLETE MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN A total of over $5000 In sales was realized by th e senior class in their magazine campaign which ended on September 30. The team with th e highest amount turned in was the Busy Bees, captained by Parke Davis, Jr , and Barry Morgan Davis Garlapo was top sales­ man of the class, having sold S237 92 worth of magazines. He will receive a prize from the com­ pany for this and also for having sold the most Saturday Evening Posts, he will be the recipient of a prize Next highest salesman was Wil­ liam Fillian with a total of 3210.72. Six other seniors sold over $100 worth of subscriptions. They ar e Parke Davis, Jr, $134.70; James Dildine, $132.75, Lois Phalr, $121.97, Diane Lons, $116.35, Dar- lene Davies, $103.80, an d Bar­ bara Day, $102.09. There are 57 seniors who will receive a certificate of salesman- ship> for having sold over $30 worth of magazine subscriptions. The seniors will now be Involved In other money-making activities First to be scheduled Is a smor­ gasbord on October 14 a t th e school cafeteria from 5:30 on They are featuring ham and meat loaf as well as all kinds of cas­ seroles for a nominal fee. Next will be a skating party for all members of the school to be held at Lime Lake on Friday evening, October 16. Once again the senior wish to thank everyone for their cooper­ ation in these financial ventures. READ THE CLASSIFIED Chaffee Mrs, Joseph Feraldi Roland Smith, S r called on his mother, Mrs. Lenore Smith In Fredonia recently M r and Mrs. Roland Smith, Jr called Sunday on Father Paul Burkhard in Dun­ kirk and accompanied hi m t o dinner Miss Ruth Pfarner, who was home from school for the week­ end, and Mr and Mrs. Earl Pfar­ ner attended th e Montgomery- Reisdorf wedding in Java Center Saturday Mrs. Alfred Lewis was an over­ night guest Saturday of M r and Mrs. Don Newland in Warsaw On Sunday the two women drove to Alton and spent the day with Mr and Mrs. George Lewis and family Mr and Mrs. Neil Barron of Holland were dinner guests Sun­ day of M r and Stewart Jackson. Mr and Mrs. Wallace Willis spent the weekend in Snyder with Mr and Mrs. Elwin Cole Miss Kathryn May has been ill Weekend guests a t th e Grove Wilkins home were M r and Mrs. E C. Smith of Scio. Visitors recently a t the Charles Blake home were M r an d Mrs. George Potter and family Little Michael Blake suffered a bad fall from his tricycle Mon­ day which resulted Jn a cut fore­ head requiring 11 stitches. Mr and Mrs Don Newland of Sandusky called Friday on M r and Mrs. Richard Gasper Mr and Mrs Duane Holts visit­ ed Mr and Mrs Arthur Smith in Versailles Sunday Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson and Roxanne called Sunday on Mr and Mrs Wendell Williams in Olean Visitors Sunday a t th e Will Jackson home were Lynn Grave% and Gertrude Gregg ot Orchard Park. Dinner guests Sunday of M r and Mrs. Gordon Stockin were Dr and Mrs. Gordon Stockin and family of Houghton, Mr and Mrs. Douglas Stockin an d family of Riceville and Mr and Mrs Bruce Stockin and son of Buffalo. Mr and Mrs. Donald Hoyt drove to Elkton, Md., over the weekend to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary On their return home Sunday night they were surprised by their children with a party at the home of their daughter. Mrs Connie Coe Parents who drive their child­ ren to and from school should park well away from the school, says the Allstate Safety Crusade. This eliminates congestion around school entrances which could con­ ceal a child about to run into the street. SOMETHING NEWS BEEN ADDED!! Your Own Neighborhood COIN-OPERATED SELF SERVICE JOIN OUR GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION FRIDAY AND3ATURDAY, OCTOBER 9th and 10th GET YOUR WASH DONE FREE Bring Your Laundry Between 9 A. M. and 9 P. M. - See If Washed Beautifully Clean and Fluff Dried in Our Big Commercial Dryers ... Get All Your Laundry Done in Less Than an Hour at No Charge. Free Coffee and Donufs 9:00 A. M. Until Noon Its Easy-Do It Yourself Open 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week 7 Fifty Pound Dryers 20 Westinghouse Washers ARCADE LAUNDROMAT 261 Main St. Arcade Crystal Lake Mrs Karl Osmun Mr and Mrs. Karl Osmun vis ited Mrs. Matie Clark Saturday evening and were also in Delevan Mr. and Mrs. Karl Osmun were in Rushford Tuesday and Friday evenings. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Baird vis ited the Cecil Goss home in Farmersville Station Friday Phil Smith and friend of Blas- dell called on M r and Mrs. Jake Burrows recently Oscar Michley an d friend of Ellicot'.ville called on Stanton Morgan and daughter and Mrs. Mina Clement and son Tuesday evening. The Wiltson boys were at their place here Sunday and Monday Mrs. Mina Clement and son Mearl and Miss Corrine Morgan of this place, and Stanton Morgan and son William of Farmersville were in Springville Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jacob Burrows spent Wednesday with M r .and Mrs . Bird King of Springville. Ronald Rogacki of Franklinville called at the Clement home Sun­ day Mrs Mina Clement and Miss Corrine Morgan were in Machias Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs. George Davis of Freedom called on Mrs. Mina Clement and son Mearl Saturday night William and Richard Morgan, Carol. Raymond and Paul Bur­ rows of Farmersville and Corrine Morgan were 1 in Delevan and Ar­ cade, Friday and Saturday nights. Mr and Mrs. Charles Wixon and children and Stanton Morgan and Richard called at the Clement home one evening this week Mrs. Mina Clement and son Mearl and Miss Corrine Morgan visited Corrine's sister, i Mrs. Archie DeLude and children of Attica Monday They also visit­ ed Mrs Word DeLude, and M r and Mrs. Hank DeLude and two children of Gainesville in Attica. Freedom Mrs Charles Howlett The Rally Day Services a t th e Freedom Sunday School last Sun­ day were much enjoyed and very well attended. Sunday School meets each Sunday a t 10:00 a m . with classes for everyone from Nursery to adults. The pastor and teachers would greatly appreciate an attendance of 95 every Sunday as well as on Rally Day Louis and Leo Matya of Olean visited Mr and Mrs Joseph Paw- lowski Sunday Mr and Mrs. Irving Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs. Byron Hurlburt attended th e wedding reception for Mr and Mrs. Eddie Hallock at the home of Mr and Mrs. Bev­ erly Lucky in Hume Friday eve­ ning. Mrs. Hallock was formerly Miss Beverly Luckey Lloyd Brown returned Tuesday morning from Memphis, Tenn., where h e attended a Postmasters Convention. Jimmie Morgan spent the week­ end with hi s grandparents, M r and Mrs. John Morgan Mr and Mrs. Larry Williams and daughters of Yorkshire and Mr and Mrs. Clair Williams and son of Centerville were dinner guests Sunday of M r and Mrs. David Williams. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Hurlburt called on Mr and Mrs. Harry Big- ham Sunday Mr s Bigham is gaining slowly after he r recent illness. <V- Mr and Mrs. John Morgan, Mr and Mrs. Byron Hurlburt and 6on Kenneth and Mr and Mrs How­ ard Morgan and sons Jimmie and Douglas attended the Wolfer- Sprankle wedding and reception at the Belfast Methodist Church Saturday evening Clarence Young of Olean, Mr and Mrs Clayton Haun of Elton, Mrs Margaret George of Arcade, Mrs. Paul Sweet and Mrs John Morgan called on Mr and Mr s John Thomas this past week M'chael Howlett spent the weekend vfith his grandmother Mrs Cora Stearns in Arcade Mrs Beverly Luckoy and sons called on Mr and Mrs Irving Hurlburt Sunday evening Mrs. Orrel Howlett returned home Monday after spending two weeks with he r daughters and their families in Buffalo and in Chippawa Ont Mr and Mrs. Arthur Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Claude Higgins and sons and Mr and Mrs George Kittleson and son of Yorkshire spent Monday evening with. M r and Mrs Frank Higgins to help them celebrate their 49th wedding anniversary Mrs Sarah Lester of Bliss is spending a few days with M r and Mrs. Clifford Lester Work is progressing nicely on the house being built b v Harold Miller Sandusky \Ar« [_eila Snvdor The Temple Builders will meei with Mrs Arda Burgess October 14 The assistant hostess will be Mrs. Williams, leader, Mrs. Louise Fisher A tureen dinner will be served at noon Mrs Harold James visited Mrs. Leila Snyder Friday evening On Saturday Mr and Mrs R I Cartwright of Arcade and Mrs Lillie Cheney visited Mrs. Nellie Millspaugh. who is at the Wells- ville Hospital Mrs. Lillie Cheney left Monday to stay with Miss Helen Mills­ paugh of Wcllsville for a few days. Mr and Mrs. Alton Gillette of Elma. M r and Mrs. Neil Corn- well and Donnie of Kenmore. Mr and Mrs. Howard Cook of Maple Grove Road, M r and Mrs. Jacob Cook of Springville, Mr and Mrs Mervin Palmerton and son of Arcade, Mrs Leila Snyder and 'Laurene visited M r an d Mrs. Herman Cook in Chaffee Sunday in honor of their 48th wedding anniversary Mrs. Mayme Bookmiller and son, Raymond, visited Mr a/id Mrs John R Williams recen'ly Extra alertness is needed at dawn and at dusk when a driver's \-v n is always poorest. Vision experts say there isn't sufficient natural light to see by, yet it isn\ dark enough for headlights to be completely effective FLOOR TILE All 9x9 I fHBSE LOW ISALE PRICES CAW HOT BE REPEATFP (g)-mstrong EXCELON B. F. GOODRICH KOROSEAL Regularly .16 Each Reduced To .11 Each fTALi. ADDS UP TO A REAL PABCO And ARMSTRONG Inlaid Linoleum Tile .08 Each Odd Lots of Discontinued Patterns .06 Each While They Last SANDRAM Vinyl Plastic Floor Covering • Now! 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