Nex t Tuesday night in the Ar cade Hotel a meeting of interest ed persons will be held to discuss the possibilities of a recreational and social center for the Arcade ares'. Many families hav e ex pressed the desire for such an area and several men of the area have taken it upon themselves to have letters printed and lent to as man y of the residents as possible wna they thought would be inter csted in seeing such a project get under way Perhaps yo u didn't receive one of these l'tters. This is your invitation to attend The letters wee sent by several men and in no \-ay did they intend to leav e out anyone wh o might be interested. This wou.d be a private ven ture and not supported by the > illage or tow. but by the mem bers themselve- A 9-liole golf course with r oom for another 9 In les to be audi'd, picnic grounds fishing, boating, tenni; and other -< utdoor sports ar in lilt thinning stage. There .s an attractive 180 at re piece of i.ropevly within, a fe.v minute-; ol \icad e :ivai able t r such h i nject. This 'and 1 as water/ gentle lolling fertile »i il and jrejs, just the ideal lo- i -.iti(m-f«r sncn n family area. The insertion Is to operate this project -t a reasonable Cost, low tnough lor every faini y in the ci »ca to putn nize it. For this •m 'y .iBj Hal Pu.-dy of Kingston, N V., has majj ; a sketch lor a suggested golf layout, taking full advantage of the naiural haz ards. Harvv C \.ckoft of ttv \bt - ional Golf F,ir.dation of chica will be pr;e, M with full-color slides to .h-' \ who\ oth i cum munities h^v 1 don} a . i s -»: :i lines. Are you Interested? I f so call Chuck CWd<.r oi Arcade 170 for reservatioi.s. F.umember the linn, and place 7 \ • P M a\ the Arcade Hotel Alon g the same line, we have found the perfect answer for re laxation from th> daily rat-race whic h we have all been partici patmg in Get a piece o i waste land (alone or with others) , de velo p it to a cer ai.i degre e with such as a picnic grounds, ponds etc , and spend Sunday afternoons at it with your larmly It's sur prising how nvich you miss of you r family during th* ma d Kf'- ness rush and hew much fun it can be to enjoy them .vithout the telephone ringing o somione knocking at . the door It even makes Monday t bene, day and it certainly makes you look forward to the coming weekend. Also, what's better than a h. t •'ng cook ed ove r a wood firs? All the kids in the area should start preparing far the annual Hallowe'e n party scheduled for Frida y night, Octob:r 30th spon sored by the Arcade Lion s and Kiwani s Clubs. The Lion s will sponsor the party at the Arcad e Central School and the Kiwani s Club will provide the music ar.d refreshments for the party at the Arcad e Muncipal Building Here': a good chance for a goo d time for all without the vandalism which is so apparent in the neigh boring cities. Makes us rather proud of the teenagers and younger ones which we have in our midst. Attention is called • . a clpssifi ed adjn 1 this issue and to a reader appearing with the Arcad e news, asking for 100 civic minded men and wome n to contribute an addi tional $5.00 or mure to help put the Arcade Community Chest Driv e over the *op. In checking ove r the percentages reported \e note, for instance, that Industry has contributed only 65% of its quota. The total quoti for the tow n is up over that of last year which in itself indicates that the cost of nearly everything has ris en during the past 12 months. N o one knows when he or someone near and dear to him ma y have to take advantage of the aid and protection furnished oy the Com munity Chest and by the Red Cross. Let's all try to giv e just a little bit more and put this hu manitarian appeal over the top. Whe n we go to the batik next time, couldn't most of us slip $100 or mor e to Fran Strike 1- , wh o is Treasurer of the drive? An item of Interest was handed us last week and w e would like to pass it on to the readers. Tri- Angles, the column written for so long by the late Paul F Dorris, was named by the Foru m Class of the First Congregational Church The name was selected by Harr y S. Douglass. The prize at the time was a savings bond and just last winter the mone y from this prize was used toward the purchase of a new beautiful candelabrum which is no w in use in the church. We thank Jack Mason for this bit of interesting news. ARCADE LODGE F. ARCADE. N. Y. & A. M. THE ONE OF THE FIVE TRl-COUNTY WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS COV NSHIPS IN WYOMING, CATTARAUGUS AND ERIE COUNTIES Lelchworfh Central School Adult Education News Two adult education courses are read y to begin operation in the Letchworth Central School District if enough people wil l attend. The first, entitled Coun try Tin Painting and Stenciling, Course 1, will begin on Friday , Octobe r 16, at 8:00 p. m . in the Art Room of . the Letchwort h Junior-Senior High School. The Second Course, entitled •First Aid, a course taught by an experienced and qualified -Red Cross instructor, is open fo r regis tration. Please call the school, HY3-661 I and give your nam e and address. When 12 persons register the course will begin. Othe r offerings such as Sew ing', Shop, Ceramics, Painting and Typing wil l begin as soon as enough interest Is manifested and the registration reaches 12 per sons. The fee for all courses is $3.00. Volume LXVIII Two Sections—16 Pages Thursday, October 15. 1959 10c Copy; 15c by Mail; $4 per Year Number 39 Fire Ravishes Martin Hoffman Barn; Stubborn Three Alarm Blaze Quelled Area Municipal Officials and Dignitaries Officially Open New Stores A tremendous three alarm fire spread rapidly through the Mar tin Hoffman barn on County Line Road, Sandusky Tuesday after noon. Th e fire, which was re ported about three-thirty p. m., raged on for some three hours before finally being wetted dow n to prevent further damage. The fire apparently started near the rear of the barn and gradual ly worked its wa y toward the fn.nt. The Arcad e Fire Depart ment arrived promptly on the scene and went to work with hoses in a \ain attempt to save some t f the barn. Flames spread some thirty feet in the air as the all wood barn was completely consumed Smok e could be seen billowing in the sky three miles away Mr Hoffman was able to get .ill his cattle out of the barn be fore the flames got too intense. An amount of hay inside the barn was lost but nothing else in the way of livestock or equipment. Other alarms wer e sent out for the Eagle Hose Company, Crystal Hcse Company of Yorkshire arid Chaffee-Sardinia Memorial Fire Company when the Arcade De partment ran out of water These companies responded immediate ly No amount of damage has oeen estimated. Ther e will be a picture of the fire in next week's paper The Arcade Fir e Department was called back to the scene Tuesday night and Wednesday af ternoon to we t dow n the debris. Wyoming County & 0. P. Women to Hear Judge Conable at Annual Meet The annual meeting of the Wy oming County Women' s Republi can Club will be held at the Fire Hall in Cowlesville Wednesday afternoon, October 21 at 1:30 o' clock. The guest speaker wil l be Hon. John Conable, Republican candi date for Justice of the Supreme Court. Following the talk tea will be served. All women in the area are cor dially invited to attend. Those who have not been contacted per sonally are urged to call Mrs . Ronald S. Cud worth at Area Jo 39 and she will endeavor to make ar rangements for rides to and from the meeting. Ther e wil l be no ad mission charge. Deputy Grand Master to Make Official Visit to Arcade Masonic Lodge R. W Frederick Rhebergen, District Deputy Grand Master of the Genesee-Wyoming District, make his official visit to Arcad e Ledge , No 419, F & A . M , Frida y evening, October 16. A resident of Attica, M r Rh e bergen is a Past Master of,West St.ir Lodge No. 413. Varysburg On Sunday, October 18, Arcadp Lodge, No. 419 will join with the •ther Lodges of the District in a pilgrimage to the Masonic Hom o at Utica Proposition to Purchase Site for Arcade Central School Voted Down At the meeting of the Arcad e Central School District voters held at the school auditorium last evening:, the proposition to purchase the Wallace-Knowlton expansion site near the Villag e Park, as presented and recom mended by the Citizens Site Committee, was voted upon. The proposition was vote d down by the voters of the dis trict by a vote of 538 to 139. Mrs. Slattery Installed As President Of Holland Legion Auxiliary The Auxiliar y of Frank H Brink Post No . 607, America n Leglon/'held its regular meeting preceded by a dinner on Monday, October 12 at the club house Th e Erie County Chairman and her staff installed the following of ficers President, Moria Slattery, First Vice President, Eleanor Black- man, Second Vice President, Ka- thryn Meyer, Secretary, Sue Draper, Treasurer, Shirley Mur phy, Chaplain, Mar y Draper, Ser- geant-at-Arms, Mar y Pratt. TEMPERATURES FOR WEEK OF OCTOBE R 7-13 Wednesday 71 57 Thursday 69 50 Friday .\. 71 52 Saturday 68 40 65 44 Monday 52 37 Tuesday 44 41 Precipitation—1.45\. Arcade Community Chest Drive Still Short of Quota of $7,785 00 Just at this point the 1959 An nual Community Chest-Red Cross Appea l in Arcade is lagging, wit h a t< tal of only 8.0% of the quota having been collected. The following report of collec tions as of Tuesday has bee n submitted by William McCloskey, Chairman of the Drive' Business — $1,897.00 collected, 90% of the quota, Industry—$1,- 530.00 collected, 65% of the quo ta. Residential—$2,735.59, 81%; Special Gifts—$104.50. This makes a total collected so far of $6,267.79 or 80 % of the quota of $7,785.00. By zones the residential collec tions are: \ \ Zon e 1, $489.59, 101% of quota, Zon e 2, $406.50, 80%, Zon e 3, $548.00, 80%, Zone 4, $316.00, 70%, Zone 5, $156.00, J 56%. Zon e 6, $270.00, 65%, Zone 7, $145.50, 80%, Zone 8, $69.00, 60%, Zon e 9, $193 00, 137%, Zone 10, $103.00, 66%, Zone 11, $39.00, 32% If all the individual quotas could be reached the drive woul d naturally go over the top. Since it no w seems apparent that they wil l not be reached in each parti cular zone, the Industrial and the business places, each person in the town Is urged to dig dow n just a little deeper and thus help to attain the quota of $7,785.00. Those who are able to give a little bit more are urged to contact either their zone captains or Francis Striker, Treasurer of the drive, at The Citizens Central Bank A dollar here or ten dol lars there will be most welcome in the town's annual attempt to did in many tremendously im-1 p rtant projects. I Last week in Arcade tw o new business establishments officially opened their doors, to the public. Taking part in the grand opening were various municipal officials and dignitaries from the area. Pictured above are M r Frank Osborne and Mrs. L. R Brass of ficially cutting the ribbon at the new L . R. Brass Inc Super Duper Store as L. R . Brass looks on. jthers watching the ceremony are Supervisor George Leonard, Free- inrij Mayor John Bailey of Ar cade, Mayor Kenyo n Gretzler of Delevan, Supervisors Merton Perry of Bliss and C G Knight of Arcade and Stirling Thompson of the S M Flickinger Co. M r Os borne is the- representative who originally started Mr Brass in the grocery business. In the lower photo are Supervisors Knight Leonard and Perry and Mayors Bailey arid' Gretzler with Claris' Persons at the official opening of the Arcade Laundromat last Fri day Mayor Bailey thanked the two merchants for their faith in the village and area in opening tlK 'Se two new retail outlets. ANOTHER TURKEY SHOOT THIS SATURDAY EVENIN G Arcad e Conservation Society, Inc., will hold another turkey trap shoot at the Club House on Eagle Road, this Saturday ev ning at 7.30 Everyone Is invited to attend Arcade Drops First Game of Season, 34-14; Bad First Half Costs Orange and Black Ball Game ? Arcade dropped its first game of the 1959 season Friday, a sound 34-14 decision to visiting Warsaw . The loss gav e Arcad e a 1-1-1 record while Warsa w picked up its third wi n in as man y games. The first half pretty much told the story of the game. Arcad e did nothing right while Warsa w could do nothing wrong. Arcade' s open ing klckoff put Warsa w wa y back on their own 12 only to have the visitors score nine plays later from the Arcade 15 on an end sweep. The y also made the extra point. Warsa w then turned the tables and bottled up Arcad e on its own 8. An intercepted pass gave Warsa w the ball on the 10 and one play later, they ran it over for the score. The y then passed for the extra point. The second period proved just as frustrating to Arcade,as War saw continued to move all ove r the field. Th e Tigers scored on a 20 yar d pass and converted the extra point to giv e them a 28-0 lead Arcad e fought back with a sustained drive capped by an 18 yard scoring pass from Ed Walte r to end John Meyerhoff who shed one tackier before going into th e end zone untouched. Bernle Hoff man wen t over on an end swee p for the extra point. The half ended wit h Warsaw leading, 28-7. The third quarter started out just the same. Warsaw broke one of its backs through the Ar cade line and be went all the way, 65 yards, for the score. This time, the extra point was missed. (Continued from page 1) Warsaw Monday Club Extends Invitation to Monday Research Club The Warsaw Monday Cluo has extended an invitation to he members of the Monday Research >>lub of Arcade to attend its meet ing Monday afternoon, October 26 at 2 00 p m., at the Ma nic i t-mple In Warsaw The new president of ,he West- > rn New York Federation of Women's Clubs will be present at this meeting A wined and in teresting program has been plan ned for the alternoon and tea will follow the meeting All members of the Monday Re search Club who wish to a'lend are asked to advise Mrs. M S. Tracy, who will be glad to cull and make the necessary reserva tions with the Warsaw Monday Club. Delevan Rebekah Lodge Holds Installation District Deputy President Stuckey and her staff from Alle gany installed the newly elected and appointed officers of Regal Rebekah Lodge Tuesday evening at the 1 O. O F Temple, Dele van. Seated were Noble Grand, Mrs . Myrtie Cramer, Vice Grand, Mrs . Ora Weaver, recording secretary, Mrs Warner Relyea, financial se cretary, Mrs. Howard Peckhant; treasurer, Mrs. Harold Stephan; trustee, Mrs. Abbic Harrison, warden, Mrs. Albert Vickman , conductor, Mrs. Richard McEl- heny. flag bearer, Miss Gowan a Whiting, Right Supporter to the Noble Grand, Abbie Harrison; Left Supporter to the Nobl e Grand, Mrs Emmaline Beach, Righ t Supporter to the Vic e Grand, Mrs Karl Osmun, Lef t Supporter to the Vice Grand, Mrs. Merle Johnson, Inside Guardian, Mrs John Tobin, Outside Guard ian, Mrs Alice Brownell, Chap lain, Mrs Millard King, Pianist, Mrs Cecil McElheny HOMEMAKERS CLUB TO MEET AT HOME OF MRS. ROBER T BENNET T The Homemakers Club will meet with Mrs .Robert Bennett, Blue Streeet, Freedom, on Wed nesday, October 21 The meeting will begin with a tureen dinner to be served at l'OO o'clock Annual Lions-Kiwanis Halloween Party Planned For Arcade Children Mary Jemison Chapter To Hold Last Heeling of Year of CURRIER S GRANG E TO INSTALL OFFICERS NEXT WEDNESDA Y The next regular meeting the Curriers Grange will be held Wednesday evening, October 21 at 8:15 o'clock. Installation of officers for the coming year wil l take place at the meeting and all members are urged to be present. The (October chairman of the Food Committee will be Mrs. Oecelia Pile The Arcade Lions and kiwarus Clubs have announced 'heir co sponsorship of the annual Hal lowe'en Party, to be held Friday evening, October 30 This will take the same pattern Hie party of last year which proved so successful Plan;, are now underwa iind comm..tees have been apjio'.iled .rem loth clubs so that all phav s f thi program will be properly unoucted The Lions Club Committee is made up of James J Luseher, chairman, with Robert Ross and Larry Romance assisting. Kenneth btorms of the local High School faculty will wor k with Mr. Lus eher in planning the program dt the school. Doors will open at 6.45 P M., at the High School, where the children in costume will assemble in the gymnasium Gordon Cooper will have charge of the children so that all will be classified in their proper divisions, prior lo the parade which will take place in the gymnasium at 7 00 p. m Judges have not yet been an nounced. Prizes will be awarded for the best characters. Following the completion of the awards, movies will be shown for the en tertainment of the children. Pre sent plans indicate the program will close by 9 00 P M , ;.t the school. Refreshments .will be served at the close of the program The following Lions will ejsi.st on the refreshment committee How ard Wallace, Carlyle Curtis, Carl Kratzer, Harold Hyland, H James Hyland and Roger Gorham Roy Tullar, President of the Kiwanis Club has announced that a dance will be held in the Mu nicipal Building immediately fol lowing the school program. 'Carl Gertis has been appointed cha - i - man of the dance committee and Edward Barber of the music ommittee Additonal members of the Kiwanis Club will assi:,t M r Gertis and his full committee will be announced at a later date Re freshments will be served by the Kiwanis Club. Additonal information on the Hallowe'en Party will appear in subsequent issues of this paper but in the meantime keep Friday night, October 30th open for this gala event. SMORGASBORD DINNER TO BE GIVEN SUNDAY AT HOLLAND CENTRAL SCHOO L Announcement has been made that a smorgasbord dinner will be given Sunday, October 18 from 1:00 to 3:00 p. m . in the cafeter ia of the Holland Central School. The dinner is sponsored by the G O. Senate and the American Field Service Committee for the benefit of the Exchange Student Fund. The public is cordially in vited to attend. Arcade Merchants' Committee Meet To Decide Christmas Hours And Plans Congressman Goodell To Speak At Republican Rally In Farmersville Everyone in this area is cordial- ]> invited lo attend a Republican \\.illy to be held at Harwood's Barn in Farmersville this Friday evening, October 16 at 8 00 o'clock The speaker will be Congrcss- ii! HI Charles E Goodell and the Hon Leo P Noonan will be mas- t'T of ceremonies. Present also ill be ci unty and local candi dates There will be refresh ments, entertainment and prizes IN THI S WEEK' S ISSUE Letters to the Editor 5 Oslcrtag Reports page 9 Assemblyman Pcct page 10 Green Thumb, Babson . page 11 Fish & Game World page 14 Arcade Central School News, Remember When page 15 Many Items On Agenda Of Holland Town Board Meeting At the last meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Holland held October 7, Xavie r Stamper was present and discussed the road to his property across the railroad tracks A motion wa s made and carried by the Town Board to extend Edgwood Roa d to the Stemper property line whe n the owner conveys a 50 foo* right cf way to the town and constructs a road acceptable to the Highwa y Superintendent. The Tow n Board went on rec ord as favoring taking ' o court the case of $7,000 owed by the town according to equilazilion rating It was decided that a request be made to the State for caution signs to be placed at Main and Pearl Streets and near the Me thodist Church. A motion was, made to appoint four women as school crossing guards to escort children to and from religious instruction classes, the cost to be $1.35 per hour, tw o of the guards to have a steady position and the other tw o to b e .ilternates. Hillcrest Road was accepted oy the Town Board Other business of the evening included a decision to appoint extra constables for Hallowe'en and the approval of the preliminary budget by the Board members, the hearing to be hold on November 4 Mary Jemison Chapter. Daugh ters of the American Revolution, will meet at the home of Mrs James VanArsdale m Castile Fri day afternoon. October 23 at 2 00 o'clock The program will consist of a book review given by Mrs. Robert Patrick, and a report of the recent New York State D. A R. confer ence in Buffalo. As this is the last meeting of the year, members ;ire asked to pay their annual duos Gifts for the annual Christ mas box for the Indians should also be brought to the meeting, as well as used clothing for the approved school boxes. Hostesses wh o will assist Mrs Van Arsdale are Mrs. Faryna, Mrs. Couch, Mrs. Greene, Mrs. Lee, Mrs Beenk and Mrs. William Jackson Arcade Music Boosters Heary Amy Lou Richards At the Piano Members and friends of ihe Music Boosters Club of Arcade were very pleasantly entertained on October 8 by Miss Am y Ln>j Richards of Holland at the pianj. Miss Kichards Is indeed in PC- compli.shcd musician un-i the Music Boosters apprecia'i- having 'ler perform at their meet'ng The Club President, Mrs Ar- lene Bray, has named ti t follow - ing co.™ t'.<*e chairman for \l e c rninj vea>' Mrs Alice M 'ler, Hospitality, Mrs Mar g a r 1 1 Hughes. Mrs Ralph Hutton and Mrs. Chester Minkler, Phone The next meeting of the group will be held on November 12 wich Chester A Minkler providing musical entertainment Sardinia Legion to Hold Annual Auction Sale This Saturday At the eighth annual auction of the Sardinia American Legion Post this coming Saturday, Oc tober 17, Russ Hurlburt will bring the gavel dow n promptly at 8:00 p. m. A canvass of the town will be made Saturday and anything that anyone has to offer In the wa y of baked goods, furniture, produce, etc, will be auctioned off wit h the proceeds going toward com munity projects of the Post. An evening of fun is in store for everyone, as well as an op- Two Area Students to Graduate From Bryant & Strafton On Sunday Di-mihv Callraux of \irnd e and David .1 Smith of Ci.i'Uo ;:r-.- amorig those who v.:'.'. graduate Sunday, October 18 f r o i Bry.i-H & Slratton Business I i ' ul' 1 in Bultalo The fomm -n. i. i.t w 11 bi hi Id al Kleinhans Music Hill al 4 30 p m Miss <^'u' • u/ h completed her course tr .lccrunt- IIIR secretaryship and Mr Smith will graduate in busin 's ;.<m'n- istration The invocation will he c \*n by. the Very Rev Msgr Jan.-.'s \ Healy, Professor of Economics at D'Youvillc CoUegc au j ..'i i ' - dress. \Two Kinds of Li I 'rir. f ' will be delivered b } Dr Willi iin C H Pronticc, Pe.i.i ol Mi-n, Swarthmore College Dean Earl .A. Rus'-ell wi' l aw i 1 the diplomas) following which there will be i i for the faculty, graduate and guests in .he ..I . i Room The regular meeting of the Merchants' Committee of the Ar cade Chamber of Commerc e was held Tuesday night in the Muni cipal building with eleve n mem bers present Co-Chairman Sey mour S. Rosier presided at the meeting The main purpose of the meeting was to formulate plans for the coming Christmas season It was decided that the Merch ants would stay open beginning December 11 through December 23 until 9 and close on Christmd~ and New Year's Eves at 5 30 p m The grocery stores wil l observi their regular hours during this period Also the other merchants will be closed on Saturday, De i-ember 26th and January 2 Tlu si. will be open all day Wed - IU sday December 16 and 23 Several committees wer e ap pointed at the meeting Christ- na.s advertising will be handled j> Robert Harold and Maunc i Hopkins Special decorations will ut investigated by Walte r Howell In cooperation with the Arcade Chamber of Commerce, thi Christmas lights will be turned n December 10 during a celebra tion in honor of the fiftieth anni versary of turning on the street lights in Arcade Mor e informa tion will be forthcoming regard ing this event. Once again Bob Fo x will fur- iisii the trees to the businessmen Lions District Governor To Be In Arcade October 19 Frank B Davis, District Gov ernor will make his official visit at the Arcade Lions Club meet ing, Monday, October 19 Dinner will be served at the Arcade Hotel at 6.30 P M Following the business meeting, Harold Hyland President, will turn the meettng oVer to District Governor Davis This is the first official visit of M r Davis and the local officers are anxious for a full attendance which apt: in rt'tinini Se.il' n \Trip South of the Border\ to Be Theme of Arcade PTA Meeting The October meeting of the Ar cade PTA. will be held in the cafeteria of the Arcade Central School Tuesday evening, October 20 at 8 00 o'clock \A Trip South of the Border\ will feature the exchange stud ents and those from Ecuador Mrs. Shenk and M r Douglass are co-chairmen of this program which promises to be very in teresting Mrs. Clesson Hawk s will be hostess. Mrs. Brass announces that the membership drive is still In pro gress and her co-workers will h<- contacting everyone soon Please note from the above that the regular printed program for this coming meeting is at variance with what is now planned for the meeting and the place will not be the same as printed in the pro gram. HOM E DEMONSTRATION UNIT TO MEE T AT LIBRARY TUESDAY A meeting of the Arcad o Hom e Demonstration Unit will be held In the club rooms of the Memor ial Library Building next Tues day, October 20 at 10:30 a. m. Th e second lesson on making hats will be given at that time. Those taking the lessons are asked to bring lunch and their hat making supplies. portunity to aid the Post in this fund raising project. Red Cross Bloodmobile To Visit North Java Early In November The Red Cross Bloodmobile will visit North Java Monday after noon, November 2, between tne hours of 12 00 o'clock noon ,iiid 6 00 p. m., according to i recent announcement made by Herman Yarbrough, Chapter Blood Pro gram Chairman The Blood-nobiU will be set up at the Fire Hail Mrs. John Waterrose of Union Corners has accepted the chair manship cf the visit and she \ ill bo asissted hy Richard George ol North Java Although a confer*- ed effort is being made to reach all donors personally, appoint ments may be made oy (ilbnt ; either Mrs. Waterrose at Viu\ s burg, KEystone 5-7487, or Rir 'i- ard George at Java GLadsto m 7- U787 Much 'loi d I.as been furni -heT by the Red Cross for peop!» in the Java area since the Bloodmohile visited the area in November . f 1957—blood fi.rnished hy otln i eommunU 'es Now the Deop 'e • f Java and tl .e surrounding jrc i are being <..tiled upon to \roll up their sleeves\ and give hlr.i d when the Hioodmobilc is in N ir'h Java so tha. the supply of bio 'd may be kc,n <onstant and ,i\ nl - able Home Demonstration Unit of Sandusky To Make Hals Members of the s :uidu»i< v Hom e Demonstration Unit A I have their lesson on hat makm > Thursday. October 22 .it 10 00 a m at the Town Hall Those taking the lesson . u asked to bring scissors, pins. No 24 white thread, a spool of thr .:ul to match the color of the inatci - tal being used. Dcteil , II.MOIK , .ind a sack lunch. Arcade Marine Receives Expert Rifleman's Medal PVT. GERALD F WASHBORN Marine Pvt. Gerald F. Wash - born, son of Mrs. Hazel Wash - born of 53 Pearl St., Arcade, received an \Expert Rifleman's medal as the outstanding marks man of his platoon during re cruit graduation, September 15, at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Purls Island. S. C. Before enlisting In June, 1959. he attended Arcade Central nigh School.