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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, October 08, 1959, Image 7

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Thursday, October 8, 1959 Tn-County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County. Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Section 1—Page 7 Arcade Mrs. Robert Witter The Worker's Union of the Ar­ cade Congregational Church will meet with Mrs. Edith Newman Wednesday, October 14 at 1:00 o'clock Mr and Mrs. John Piedmont and Mrs. Sarah Bramer of Hol­ land and Mrs. Agnes Stansll of Buffalo spent Saturday evening with Mr and Mrs. Joseph Pied­ mont. Miss Janet Striker and Mrs. Robert Witter were amoung the models a t the Fashion Show in Springville last Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs. Robert Witter and children spent Sunday in Akron with Mr and Mrs. Michael George and sons. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Little of Gainesville were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Rauber Ryan Satur­ day evening. Donald Belden is attending a Produce School in Buffalo several days this week. Mr and Mrs. Jack Mason spent the weekend at Prudhommes in. Vineland, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. James Preston of Buffalo spent Saturday with Mr . and Mrs. John Decker Mr and Mrs. Neil Dook and daughter, Judy, of Kane, Pa., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Harold Crabb and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Scharf of Ellicottville were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J L. Jones. Miss Susan Milliman of Sonyea and Floyd Hughes of Canseraga were weekend guests at the Car­ roll Hughes home. Visitors Sunday of Mr and Mrs, Carroll Hughes were Mr and Mrs. Charles Jankovits of Batavia, Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Hughes and family of Stow, Miss Ruth Hughes of Buffalo and Mrs. Millie Hughes of Sandusky The Fideli s Class of the Baptist Church met Sunday evening at the HOUN IN ARCADE J HYLAND'S DUNHAM'S TYROLEANS The footwear \classic\ in comfort that's sweeping the country — now available locally! You can tell genuine Dunham's Tyroleans® from imitations in so many ways... by their unmistakable \look of quality\... by the exclusive soft and supple Tyrolean glove leather... by the cushion comfort insole and special long-wearing rib sole. Once you step into Dunham's Tyroleans®, you'll know they're genuine — because Dunham's Tyroleans® are truly \the most comfortable shots ever made!\ Available in boots, oxfords and hi-cuts for men, women and children. mi Clothing and Shoes HYLANDS ARCADE Men's and Boy's Wear home of Mr. and Mrs. Avelyn Wallace. Mr and Mrs. Alton Ingalls of Canandaigua were visitors Sun­ day of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Doane. Mr and Mrs. William G McNalr spent Thursday in Ro­ chester with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Comfort and family Mrs. Charles Watros and daugh­ ters left Sa'turday afternoon for their new home on Long Island, having spent the summer with Mrs. Watros' parents, Mr and Mrs. Jervis Devin. Eddie Drennan spent the week­ end in Rye, N Y Mr and Mrs. Robert Drennan were a t Prudhommes in Vineland, Ont. , for the weekend. Mr and Mrs. Stephen Fries of Buffal o were guests of Mr and Mrs. Louis Fries Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs. Dale Kile were guests of Mr and Mrs. Donald Coe in Sardinia Sunday evening and celebrated the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Donald Hoyt. Mr and Mrs. D. C BettUe y have arrived in Daytona Beach, Fla., to spend the winter Mr and Mrs. August Lefort were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Everette Hale in Falconer Mr and Mrs. Richard Gillette of Elma were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. LaVerne VanSlyke. Mr .and Mrs .Ott o Walker of Alexander called Sunday on Mr and Mrs. Earl VanSlyke. Mr and Mrs. Fred Korb of Clintonville, Wis., are spending some time with Mr and Mrs. Myril Korb. Mrs. Kenneth Bray and Mrs. Eula Brewer spent Friday in Buffalo. Mrs. Hazel Most, Mrs. Martin Hoffman, Mrs. Gerald Lester and Mrs. Kenneth Bray attended a shower in honor of Mrs. Frances Hoffman at the home of Mrs. Donald Conroy in Java Village. Mrs. Ransford Campbell of Midland, TeKas, is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Clark. Mrs. Ransfard Campbell of Midland, Texas ,and Mrs. Charles Clark were luncheon guests of Mrs. Eric Lee on Monday Mrs. E. C Sherman and Mrs. Eric Lee visited Mrs. Theo Hooper and family in Buffal o last Tues­ day Mr and Mrs. O B Webster of Rochester were luncheon guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs. Eric Lee. Mr and Mrs. Eric Lee were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Charles Clark and their daughter Evelyn Monday evening. Mr and Mrs. Hans Mueller of San Clemente, Calif., spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs. Dan Strong and family Mr and Mrs. Robert -Hopkins spent the weekend a t Prudhommes in Vineland, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johnston of Ithaca were weekend guests of Mr .and Mrs. Clyde Johnston. Mrs. Clyde Johnston and Mrs. Thomas Ottney and children were guests of Mrs. Edgar Cheney in Eden Monday. Mrs. Mildred Mostert and daughter Fem Sunday entertained Mr and Mrs. Guy Allen and Miss Hilda Clark of Erie, Henry Brace and family of Olean and George Mostert and Al Kondak of War­ ren in celebration of Mrs. Clara Seifer's 91st birthday. Mr and Mrs. August Garlapo and Mr and Mrs. Stanley Hor- vath of North Tonawanda were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Garlapo and family Mr George W Trendle, Detroit, producer of The Lone Ranger, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, The Green Hornet and other radio- TV shows spent three days as the guest of Mr and Mrs. Fran Striker. Dinner guests on Tuesday prior to the premier showing of the Chaffee Hospital fil m \The Health You Aid Might Be Your Own,\ included, in addition to Mr Trendle, Dr and Mrs. Alfred Waters of Buffalo and the Fran Striker Juniors of Arcade. New Fall hats are here in all the new autumn colors and styles, large brims and hands, come in and see them at Calkins Millinery, 217 Main Street, Arcade, phone 342M. Adv William Parker and Merritt Brooks of Java called on Lester Barber and Grant Hodge recently Mr and Mrs. Maurice Hopkins, Jr and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Donald Pixley and family in Erie. Mr and Mrs .Mike Schaller of Buffal o spent Sunday with Mrs Jessie Cooper and son Gordon. Mrs. Minnie Coon, Mrs. Ronney Peters and Mrs. Bessie White of Flint, Mich., spent from Sunday until Wednesday with Mrs. Jessie Cooper and son Gordon. Saturday Mr and Mrs. Fred Laird and children were over­ night guests of -Mrs. Laird's par­ ents, Mr and Mrs Jack Carey in Youngstown. Mr and Mrs. Fred Laird were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Otto Scheisser-m Niagara Falls Sunday Carl Kratzer spent this week in New York City on business. Mr .and Mrs Richard Bennett of Lancaster were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Lee Couch Satur­ day evening. Donald Lopp and daughter Joy of Buffal o visited Mr and Mrs. Walter Howell and family Sunday. Mr and Mrs. John Burcham spent Friday and Saturday in Buffalo. Mr and Mrs John Tarbrake and family of Lakewood spent Thurs­ day with Mr Tarbrake's mother, Mrs. John Tarbrake and daughter, Pat. Mr and Mrs. Robert Busselle of East Aurora visited Mrs. Eula Brewer on Sunday Eileen Hamilton celebrated her 17th birthday Monday with her family at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bixby and family visited Mr and Mrs. J F. Bernal in Buffalo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Palmerton and son Larry called on Mr and Mrs. Herman Cook and family in Chaffee Sunday Mr and Mrs. James A. Mason returned home Monday from Co­ lumbus where they left their daughter JoAnn to start her jun­ ior year at Ohio State University Audrey Marie Banning Takes Wedding Vows In Gown Of Nylon THE IMPORTANT THINGS IN LIFE Some of the most important things in life cost money o home of /our own, a college education for your children, the assured prospect of happy retirement years. Regardless of what your own goals in life may be, you can be pretty sure that they will require money. And you can be equally sure of this: the couple that PLANS ahead GETS ahead! Systematic saving is basic to happy, successful living. It is also mportant to put your savings where they can grow faster because they EARN more money for you with complete safety. That means herel If 4 borne of your own is among \the most import­ ant thing s i n life\ to you, see us. Once you have accumulated the necessary down payment, we will arrange a low-cost mortgage for balance on con­ venient terms. 3% per annum is the current rate at which dividends ar e paid on sys­ tematic here. savings The Citizens Central Bank Arcade Rushford Silver Springs MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Miss Audrey Marie Banning, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max Crabb of Smith St., Delevan, and Mr Kitchener Earl Reidel, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Reidel, Sr of Matteson Corners Rd., Holland, were united in marriage at St. Jude's Church in Sardinia at 11 0 0 o'clock Saturday morning, Sep­ tember 19, 1959 The Rev Ca- hill officiated at the ceremony The bride, given in marriage by her uncle , Mr Harold Crabb of Arcade, wore a floor length gown of white sheer embroidered nylon fashioned with a tiered skirt , cape sleeves and a sabrina neckline Her elbow length vei l of French illusion was caught to a headpiece of white horsehair She carried a cascade of pink sweetheart roses and white rosebuds entwin­ ed with blue forget-me-nots and stcphanotis. j Miss Susan Hutchinson of Buf­ falo was mai d of honor Her floor j length gown of blue nylon dotted' swiss over blue satin was fash­ ioned with a satin cummberbund tied in the back in a butterfly bow Her white circular veil was ] attached to a crown of seed pearls and she carrie d a bouquet of yel­ low roses and white pompons Miss Jessie Reidel, siste r of the bridegroom, was flower girl, scat­ tering rose petals a s she preceded the bride to the altar She wore a pale pink silk dress and a crown of pink horsehair Mr Philip Reidel acted a s best man for his brother and Mr Al­ len Reidel, another brother of the bridegroom, and Mr James F Crabb, brother of the bride, were ushers. Elliott Reidel, brother of the bridegroom, was ring bearer, carrying the rings for the bride and groom on a white satin pil­ low For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Crabb chose a two-piece sheath dress of ice blue linen. Her corsag e was of pink sweet­ heart roses and white pompons. The mother of the bridegroom was attired in a twopiece rayon sheath dress and her corsage was also of pink sweetheart roses and white pompons. Mrs Pearl Gear, grandmother of the bridegroom, wore a red and black silk print dress and a cor­ sage fashioned with white carna­ tions and yellow pompons Following the wedding a re­ ception for 150 guests was held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Rei­ del, Sr For traveling the bride chose a light blu e corduroy sui t with white accesosries and a corsage of pink sweetheart roses and •vhite carnations After a two-week honeymoon touring the states, the couple are now living at 502 Grover Rd , East Aurora. « Prior to the wedding a shower \\ as held in Delevan in honor of the bride \Dead Or Alive!' To Be Sermon In Chaffee Church At the 10 0 0 a m worship ser . vice in the Chaffee Baptist Church on Sunday, the Rev John R. Riley, Th.M. will preach on the subject \Dead or Alive?\ a study of how the Christian is supposed to be aliv e and growing, based on John 5-21. 24 and John 10 10. The Sunday school, with classes for all ages, will meet at 11:00 a. m. The choir rehearses each Thurs­ day a t 6.30 p. m The prayer ser­ vice of the church is held Thurs­ days a t 8.00 p. m., with Mr Riley continuing the study of \Medita^ tinns in the Psalms.\ Those who did not return their World Fellowship offering enve­ lopes last Sunday are asked to do so this Sunday. Rev. Dunsfan To Preach At Congregational Church In Arcade The servces at the Arcade Con­ gregational Church will be held a t the regular time on Sunday, October 11 Sunday School will start promptly at 9 50 and the church Worship Service will begin at 11:00 o'clock The Rev William T Dunstan will speak on \The Labourers in the Vineyard.\ Rookies Take Lead In Bliss Men's League The Rookies took a one game lead in the Bliss Men's League after 12 games Their 9-3 mark was one win better than the Eag­ le s who have an 8-4 record The standings arc W Rookies 9 Eagles 8 Aces 7 Browns 6 Orioles 3 Hot Shots 3 High game went to Al Derner with a 202 R Wood was high man with a handicap, rolling a 228 Al Derner also had high three^fftime series, a 533 Lime Lake Amusement Still Leads Thursday Night League Lime Lake Amusement contin­ ues to lead the Thursday Night League after three weeks of ac­ tion. Their 13-3 mark gives them a three game edge over three other teams. The standings are Ruth May Has High Game In Tuesday Night Bowling League In last Tuesday night's bowling at the Arcade Alleys, Ruth May had hig h game of 181 Doris Shep- ard wit h a score of 202 had high game with handicap. Games of 160 and over included the follow­ ing P Tarbrake. 170 , D. Shepard, 163. L. Boser, 166 and 160, L. White 166, A. Shaffner, 161, L. Hale, 160. Team standings fol­ low Team Standings Arcade Dairy Arcade Beverage Bliss Garage Arcade Lumber Ruth's Dry Goods K. R. Wilson, Inc Meyers Beauty Shop Eagles Waters Jewelry Beauty Nook Bordens Davis Radio & TV Brass Super Duper King's Hardware w L 11 1 11 1 9% 2V4 9Vz 2Vz 8 4 7 5 6 6 6 6 5 7 5 7 4 8 2 10 0 12 0 12 Atoms Riding High In Motorola Friday League The Atoms continued their hot bowling lately as they moved to a comfortable three game lead in the Motorola Friday Nightl] League. Their 15-1 mark was™ three games better than the As­ semblers and the Jubilees who have 12-4 marks. The standings are Atoms Assemblers Jubilees Rockcttes Hi-Fi's Tee-Vee's Stardusters Midgets Stcclers Bowlettes W 15 12 12 10 7 7 6 6 4 1 L 1 4 4 6 9 9 10 10 12 15 Bev Miller of the Atom? had high series fo r the week, a 529 on games of 156, 180. 193 Sis Barber had a 172 while Fran Ar­ nold hit 164 W L Lime Lake Amusement 13 3 Lester's Spuds 10 6 Marsh's Market 10 6 Howlett Stor e 10 6 N A. Phillippi 9 7 Dutch's Mobilga s 8 8 Arcade Hotel 8 8 Machias Mrs. 5 11 Buffalo Wholesale 4 12 Dave's Barber Shop 3 13 High game went to J Bleinstein with a 190. T Bookmiller cap­ tured the high game with a han­ dicap, rolling a 216 Foss Lumber Leads Arcade Friday Night League Foss Lumber moved to the front of the pack in the Arcade Friday Night League this week. Their 13-3 record was one game bet­ ter Ithan Chaffee Hotel who wound up the week with a 12-4 mark. The standings are: W Foss Lumber Chaffee Hote l Rushford Arcade Beverage U A.W C I O 13 12 11 9 8 L 3 4 5 7 8 HOME DEMONSTRATION I'NI T OF ARCADE TO HAVE HAT LESSON The Arcade Home Demonstra­ tion Unit will meet al the Mem­ oria l Library Building Tuesday morning. October 13. a t 10 30 o'clock, at which time the post­ poned lesson on hats will be giv­ en Those planning to take the les­ son axi asked to bring lunch and their sewing equipment Farmersville No 1 7 9 Neamon Mobilgas 6 10 Farmersville No 2 6 10 Hitchcock Insurance 2 14 Southpaws 2 14 Art EJIithorpe took both hign game and high three game series. His 222 was high singles while his 558 was high series Dave Slocum captured high single with handicap, rolling a 252 ARCADE OUTPLAYS PERRY, SETTLES FOR TIE (Continued from page 1) to score midway through the third period, the key play being a 24 yard pass from Walter to Meyer­ hoff which moved the ball to the Perry 25. The offensive line of Ashworjh, Hoffman, Garlapo, Fox and Ferrington tore gaping holes in the Perry defense to lead Fries, Bernie Hoffman and Bruce Hoff man closer to the Perry goal With the ball on the Perry 5, the Perry defense stiffened Two plunges through 'the middle and one end run got Arcade nowhere Walter elected to pass on fourth down and promptly flipped a scoring pass to Meyerhoff who took the ball on the two and scampered .ve r The extra point was miss­ ed when the hike from center was fumbled Arcade led late in the third period, 13- 0 Perry came to life late in the third perio d fo r the first time Their first score came on a spec­ tacular 55 yard run by Pete Oz- zimo. Ozzimo found a hole right through the middle of the Arcade defense and went all the way The extra point was missed Midway through the fourth period, Bil l Leader faked a handoff and went some 65 yards for the score, again right up the middle The extra point was good, on a place kick, and the ball game was tied Perry got the ball with about three min- tcs to go and ran out the clock. Arcade returns home fo r a Fri­ day afternoo n game against War­ saw starting at 4 0 0 p. m. The top picture shows a disputed pass play which occurred in the fourth period. The ball was caught by the Perry end despite the efforts of Arcade's Doug Moore who is hanging around his neck. Arcade officials claimed he had caught the ball out of bounds but the officials said otherwise. Jack Fries of Arcade look s on. The middle pictures shows John Mey­ erhoff snaring a 15 yard pass from Ed Walter in the fourth period. Meyerhoff was bumped out of bounds immcdiatel> The lower left picture shows Ed Wal­ ter getting set to pass Walter was chosen the outstanding back of the game after his passes and running had provided Arcade with its touchdowns. The lower right picture shows Dave Garla­ po, who was chosen as the out­ standing lineman. Garlapo had many key tackles and knocked down two passes over the center of the line to gain the honors OF MIND we're saving some for you! We specialize in giving our policyholders the peace of mind that comes with the knowledge that they have enough insurance . the right kinds of insur­ ance. Make sure your family, home, car, business are fully protected. Call us for your peace of mind. 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