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Thursday, January 28, 1960 Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald, BJiss News, Wyoming County: Delovan Press Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Page Five REMEMBER WHEN Sixty Years Ago Farmersville residents gave Dr. Evans a pleasant surprise. A so­ cial time with games and music. —A dime social was held at James Hicks' at Curriers.—Har­ low Edson, Sandusky, was ill with scarletina. Dr. H P Sharp Arcade was treating him . George Fuller, Arcade, wa s in Pennsyl­ vania selling horses. Charles Gibby was makin g cheese at the Arcade Center factory. W. A. Henry bought th e old schoolhouse Your Knit Suit Can Be Blocked to its original size and shape. Lei us handle your problems. Arcade Dry Cleaners Arcade-Yorkshire Phone 583 giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuu = Ready For Action! § 5 In careful hands, they are perfectly safe. In careless ; 2 hands, anything can happen. • £ With colder weather coming on, you would -do well to 5 £ check the fire hazards about your home. You would 2 5 be wise, too, if you checked your fire policy to make S 2 sure that a bad loss wouldn't take you to the cleaners. 2 S CALL USI = | Hitchcock Insurance Agency f I 53 Main St. DELEVAN. N. Y. Phone 9511 | ~ — S Serving This Community for 36 Years «f 5 John H. Donohue, Mgr. S — 3 miiiimiiimiiifiiiiiiiimimiitiiimiiiiiiimiimiiiiin' at Farmersville Station for $62 Phillips & McKerrow, Arcade, we were selling ladies shirtwaists for $1—Joseph Cummings, Arcade, fell from a Kay rack. His leg got caught between the boards an d both bones were broken below Uic knee.—The Citizens Bard of Ar­ cade was t o hold a contest In Key­ stone Hall On the program were the Misses Mead, Vrandenburg and Jones, and Mosscrs. Pinney and Wells, together with a male quartette and the Mandolin Club. r —A largely attended Farmers''* , Institute was hsld in Keystone ' I Hall, Arcade, Morris Bentley, on behalf of th e farmers, extended a warm welcome to the workers. Other local people on the program, were. Mae Metzger, Margaret Gunn, Messers. Conshafter, Whit­ man, Robinson and Denison, ard Miss Alice Vradenburg. Fifty Years Ago The Arcade Monday Club pre­ sented a play entitled, \Th e Huskin' Bee.\—Bert C. Ward, Arcade, died.—James Lynch died at \his hom e on the Java Lake Road, aged 78. He was one of the oldest residents of the town. —Gladys Hulette, former Arcade girl, won distinction at th e pre­ sentation of \The Faith Healer,\ presented at the Savoy Theater, New York. She was the youngest member of the cast.—Smith L. Jackson of Iola, Kansas, sent his subscription with this, \Walt take this and keep quiet.\—Im­ perial Rebekah Lodge of Arcade installed these officers: N. G., Mrs. Lonergon; V. G., Mrs. Clara Niles; Rec. Secretary, Mrs. Grace Cheney; Fin . Secretary, Miss Alice Beebe; Warden, Miss Sadie Tisdale; Conductor, Mrs. Myrta Conschafter.—John Wright, Elton, was in town Inspecting boilers. Forty Years Ago. Rev. E. L . Bayliss resigned as pastor of Arcade Baptist Church to go to th e Baptist Church a t Normal, 111.—Mrs, Sara Huested Powell, Eagle, aged 85, died.— Harry E. Woodworth, aged 92, died at Delevan, where h e had lived since 1877. He was born in Java.—Delevan* G. W. Thomp­ son sold his residence to L. G. Jones; Mrs . E . C. VanValkenburg sold he r house to E. L. Jones.— C. Tyler Wade died In a hospital in St. Louis.—Chaffee Odd Fel ­ lows installed these officers: N. G., Henry Kaiser; V. G. Preston Rice; secretary, Joseph Briggs; treasurer, Damo n Warner. Thirty Years Ago Rev. Raymon d Mills, Elton, was planning to leave February 27 on a trip to the Holy Land.— Frank Ruhle n wa s elected presi­ dent of Sardinia Community Fair , Association; Frank Sears, vice- president; iv a D. Kaiser, secre­ tary; Lov a Carlsen, treasurer.— The town of Holland tax rate was $14,997, a reduction ofi -.994 May We Present From Delevan-Machias... Lillian N, Phillips Mrs. Lill.an ?1 illips is now in her sixth year of teaching at Dele- va:i-M_chia=. Ecrn in Franklin- ville, Mrs. Phillips received her BS degree in education at Buffalo State Teachers College. She has also taught at several schools as well as substituting at Niagara Falls. Outside of school, Mr* Phillips has more than her share of things to do. Besides being mar­ ried and the mother of three chil- •Jri-.T, S. (-• .s .i tti-iiiL\.:* < f the Oelevan-Machias P T A, the Frankiinville P. T A. an d the Franklinville Firemen's Auxiliary Mrs. Phillips also enjoys skating >nd work as hobbies, providing the work isn't extra time. Ophelia J. Rur.scll i Mrs Ophelia RUJSOII is now in her 16th year of teaching at Dele­ van-Machias. Born in Salam-inca, NY, Mrs. Russell received a Life Certificate from the Frcdcniii Nf rmal School. She has also taught at many of the rural ! schools. Outside cf school Mrs •Russell has many intt-°'*s Sh e ' attends the Delevan Baptist Church regularly and is a member of the Imperial Rebekah Ixd<*e ol Arcade, the P T A. of Delevan- Machias and also of Franklinville For hobbies, Mrs. Rus'ieil enjo*,> bowling, traveling and sewing as I her favorite pastimes. from the previous year.—A well was being drilled on Gordon Stockin's farm On th e North Woods Road, Arcade.- : -Seymour Rosier was elected president of Sardinia Dairymen's League Co­ operative Ass'n, Wells Rogers, vice-president and G. C. Wilkins, secretary-treasurer. — Leola Jean Torsoy of Sardinia died.—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Holland of Delevan. Twenty Years Ago The Arcade Choral Club elect­ ed the following officers a t their first meeting: president, Mrs. Sheldon Edwards; yice-president, Grant R. Lynde; secretary-treas­ urer, Miss Eleanor Davis; director, Anthony Gurruso; accompanist, Mrs. Earl Wilson.—Mr. an d Mrs. Frank O. Hurlburt, Bliss, cele­ brated their 20th wedding anni­ versary.—Arcade an d surrounding vicinity were virtually snow­ bound.—William R. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Jackson of Protection, left for training camp at Schenectady.—Clare N. Lyke, Arcade, of th e Agriculture Class of '40, Cornell University, was made cadet captain i n th e Field Artillery unit of th e Uni­ versity's Reserve Officers' Train­ ing Corps.—Three ne w -teachers, were -added to the faculty of th e Arcade Central School.—Miss Ruth Rehm of Upper Montclair, N J., to teach physical educa'ion foi girls; Miss Margaret OTJon- nelt of Buffalo and Miss Viola Keem of Strykcrsvillc, elementary teachers.—Births, a son to Mr and Mrs. Aloyslus Hoffman, Ar­ cade, a son to Mr and Mrs . George Comstock, North Java —Marriages Jessie M. Smith, Arcade, and Mr. C A. Perkins, Buffalo.—Deaths Mrs. John Mor­ ris, Arcade; Mrs. Anna E. Brown, Lancaster, Pa., mother of Mrs . Roger J Williams, Freedom; Ralph N Irish, Buffalo, former­ ly of Holland, Mrs. Charles Hess. Yorkshire, Mrs. Irving Roberts, Bliss, Mrs. Elizabeth Wooster, East Aurora; Mrs. Rose A. Beav­ er, Warm Springs, Mont.; Mrs . Edith Powell, Sandusky. Despite excellent demand pros­ pects for farm products i n 1960, farm incomes are expected to de­ cline somewhat due to continued high production and rising costs. READ THE CLASSIFIED —. r- ••!-* -rr^*--**\-•** fc f Fish »\<i Game WORLD M ''o f met Norton Some folks claim that ice fish- ins offers little in the way of variety, but in reali'y the act of taking fish hidden in hte depths of an ice-locked lake, pond, or river can afford plenty of dives- sity if you know where the feeding grounds are located and use the right bait or artificial lures. O c of the most important fact­ ors, indeed, is to be familiar with the bottom features of the places to be tried, since fish have their favorile hang-outs where natural food exists. Northern pike, pickerel, and walleyes will usually bo found in the deeper holes bordering reefs, rocky shelves, or edges of chan­ nels, while yellow perch and other panfish will likely be taken i n the shallower weed-bed areas or rocky shoals. While in general the bigger fish do not bite as often, or greed­ ily, as perch, occasionally sizable specimens ar e brought up through the ice. Provided hungry schools swim past your bait, many big perch may be caught during th e day at most fishing grounds. Your ice fishing outfit may be simple. In the tip-up method, a manufactured or home-made ap­ pliance is used, other wise, either handlines or rods and oiled lines serve for capturing fish. The remaining equipment ma y consist of a tackle basket or creel, small wire scoop net, minnow pail, bag for holding the fish, and a long-handled, sharpened chisel. The scoop net is necessary for lifting out particles of ice that accumulate when the hole is be­ ing chiseled out, or when it-starts 'o freeze over again, anc| also in dipping bait minnows from the frigid water in the pail. The area of exposed lake or river water must be free from all float­ ing objects constantly, so the line will not freeze to them and noth­ ing obstruct the landing of your game or pan fish The size of the holes varies according to the preferences of the anglers, or gen­ eral size of the fish to be caught. Usually, the sizes range from ten to fifteen inches in diameter. Angling with a rod and live minnow offers the best sport, although a handline is also cap­ able of affording varity. An 8 - foot hollow glass rod, with braid­ ed nylon line on a level-wind cas'ing reel, or a spinning rod an d enclosed, spin reel, is suitable. Small suckers, shinners, or chubs constitute th e usual live bait, with angleworms and pieces of meat also employed Honey-coated douogh balls are good for bull­ heads and carp. In artificial lures, the ultra light and small spoon or metal minnow (such as Lyle's Lures an d Stew's Minnow, ma y produce ex­ cellent results. The small, elong­ ated or oval Piseco Spoon are al ­ so very effective for this purpose . When these teasers i n nickel finish are given lively jigging mo­ tions in the depths, they excite the interests of big pike, pick­ erel, and walleyes. You should cer­ tainly have an assortment of the kinds suggested in your tackle box Avoid letting your line stick to th e edge of the hole, an d keep the surface water agitated enough to prevent freezing. Above all, when a fish is struggling below, don't let the line scrape against the sharp li p of the ice, o r the fish will b e a goner' Make sure to tire the quarry completely before at ­ tempting to haul hi m throug h th e narrow opening. If your fishing is done on th e wide expanse of a lake, b e cert­ ain to carry a compass in the event Now Open DE MARTI BARBER SHOP Holland. N. Y. 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