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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, March 03, 1960, Image 2

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Page Two Java Village Erwin Freyburger. Mrs Jr. Java Village Baptist Church: Rev George Kendall, Pastor; Sunday Morning Worship Service 11a m ; Sunday School 10 a. m., Prayer Meeting Friday 8 p. m., Young People Sunday 7 p. m. Java Village Congregational Church Rev Paul Gingrich, Pastor, Sunday Morning Worship Service 10 a. m.; Sunday School 11 15 a m., Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 8 p. m. Tri -County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bliss News Wyoming County; Delevan Press Cattaraugus Co.-nty: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Freyburger,! meeting this Jr. and sons were supper guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis •Freyburger and family of Center- line Rd., the occasion being the celebration of the birthdays of Erwin, Ellis and Susan during that week. Buffalo Valley Grange No. 1383 is having its monthly meeting Saturday evening, ftfarch 5 at 8:30 o'clock. Let's try to attend. Mrs. Grace Williams of East Aurora spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. George Barber and David. There is going to be a Boy Scout Saturday CHANGE TO CLEAN OIL AND SIDE-STEP THOSE REPAIR BILLS Your Motor OH shruld be changed every 1,000 to 2,080 miles. If not, oil gets dirty and damaging to your car. Before trouble starts, drive in here for an oil change. Our service is tops! ONE STOP D.OES IT ALL! For any and all car service needs, stop here for prompt, expert attention! Kendall Service Station Charles Killian, Prop. 34 Liberty Street Phone 66 Arcade. N. Y. evening March 5 at 8 o'clock at the Masonic Hall in Jaw Village. Anyone interested is asked to please attend this meeting. •Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frey­ burger and family ,of Strykers- ville and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Freyburger, Sr. and Virginia were supper guests last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Freyburger, Jr. and sons, the occasion being Erwin, Jr's. birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Major of Holland visited Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Freyburger, Sr. and Virginia Saturday evening. Elton Mrs. C. M. Roblee Mr and Mrs. L. J. Williams have been in Syracuse attending an Eastern Milk Producers meet­ ing Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strong called on Mrs. George Strong Wednesday afternoon? Mrs. Jack Jones and Mrs. Francis Davis were in Buffalo Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. DeAlton Marble were in East Aurora Saturday to attend the funeral of the late Hugh Nourse. Crystal Lake Mrs. Karl Osmun Clyde Bridenbaker, Mrs. Nettie Williams and Mrs. Georgia Pratt of Machias visited Mrs. Fern King Thursday. George Burrows of Toad Hol­ low visited Mrs. Fern King Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Osmun were dinner guests of Mrs. Cora Osmun in Warsaw Tuesday and visited William Herring, who Is a patient at the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Osmun at­ tended the Rebekah Lodge meet­ ing in Delevan Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fern King was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Os­ mun Sunday. Saturday, February 27, an­ other big storm blocking the roads. Storm guests at the Cle­ ment home Friday night were Walter Decker of Stony Point, Webster, N. Y., two students from Alfred University and man from East Aurora Ralph Bur­ rows pulled them with His tractor to Brown's Store In Freedom on Saturday. Donald Loin of Machias got through Sunday evening, Feb­ ruary 21 Owing to the storm he was,too late to save the cow, .. . Len Mr and Mrs. Robert Strong ] Monday 1 Machias picked 11 up on guests R. E. and family were dinner Sunday of Rev. and Mrs. Strong. Dr. and Mrs. Clinton Strong and son Douglas were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strong on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Davis were guests Sunday of Mr Mrs. Jack Jones and family Mrs. Mina Clement and son and Miss Corrine Morgan were in Ar­ cade on Thursday. Callers at the Clement home on Friday were Miles Goodwin, Jacob Burrows and Alfred Bur­ rows of Farmersville. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Williams and and son Elbert spent Sunday ' afternoon with Mrs. Williams' Mrs. Jack Jones entertained the t mo ther, Mrs. Vera Davis in Rush- ton Churc h chni r MnnHa v own- - Elton Church choir Monday eve- , FNR J ning at a pink and blue shower 1 in honor of Mrs. Alfred Weber Mr. and* Mrs. Kenneth Kazmark of Springville, who were recently married, are moving into the Ott apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Borini had dinner at the Schultz Restaurant in East Aurora Sunday in honor of Mrs. Borini's birthday. Mr and Mrs. Stanley Morgan Donald Morgan is ill with the mumps. Richard Conklin has been spending a few days with his son Robert and family in Nunda. Miss Linda Kay Weaver spent the weekend with Mary Lyn Wayman. and daughter Shirley and son Dale of Rock City Road were •guests at the Clement home on Sunday. Mrs. Mina Clement and son, Miss Corrine Morgan and Mrs. Leslie Williams and son Elbert were in Arcade Monday Eagle Mrs. Ethel Roberts Mr. and Mrs. iGecil Moore an'd Mrs. William Barnes and children were in Warsaw Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hope and child­ ren have moved from Tonawanda to the house owned by Woodrow Miller. IMrs* Dorothy Northrup of Bliss visited Mrs. Harriett Shick on Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shantz, who are spending some time in Clar­ ence spent Monday night at their farm home. Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Nourse of Sandusky were callers Sunday | evening a' the Barnes home. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. J Allen were their daughters, Mrs. Vincent Cooper of Wyoming &nd Mrs. Francis George of Shel­ don, with their husbands and daughters. Mrs. Albert Marsh returned Sunday from the Wyoming County Community Hospital where she had been a patient for a week. Mrs. Alden Northrup and Mrs. Harriet Shick called Sunday ,pn Mr. and Mrs. Hope and family Union Corners Mrs. Margie George Due to the _sudden storm last weekend .many people-were snow­ ed in. The Ronald Georges and' the Ray Conrads are still not i plowed out on Union Corners Road. ' The wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. Norman Verier was again postponed due to bad weather. The community expresses its sincere sympathy to the Stuart family in the loss of their three small children who were fatally burned when their house burned to the ground early Saturday morning. The fire truck was un­ able to reach their home because of the high snow drifts. . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sc.lwab and daughter Donna and' Ger­ trude'.Reisdorf left Thursday morning for Florida. Junior Rcis- dorf Is doing the chores while ithey are gone. Mr and Mrs. William Youngers and family were dinner guests ot Mr. and Mrs. RonSld George and family to help celebrate Ronnie's birthday and that of little Danny George, who was three. MORE ABOUT FARM. AND HOME WEEK If you are wondering how other people are getting along finan­ cially this year, plan to attend Cornell's forty-ninth annual Farm and Home Week, March 22-24. On both Wednesday and Thurs­ day mornings, home economist Prof. Joan Warren will talk on the subject, \How Families are Managing Their Money in 19G0.\ On Tuesday and Thursday mornings, Prof. Elsie McMurroy of the Textiles and Clothing De­ partment will give nn illustrated lecture on what promises to bo a fascinating suojoct—-'Dress Re­ form, the Challenge ot Ch.-mge\ She will discuss past attempts to improve women's clo'limg and will consider the question Can reformers influence trends'' Delevan MOTOR SERVICE for Complete Service Collision - Painting . General Repairs Sinclair Gas & Oil Fred Schwab, Jr. 9411 Pruning should improve a tree's structure and give more bearing surface, but not hurt the tree. To prevent a big sbsli in the bark or other damage from prunir.g with a saw, first undercut the limb to about a quarter of an inch and then saw down on top of the limb. Thursday, March 3, 1960 USE THE CLASSIFIEDS! Pierce Bros. Feeds - Seeds - Grain Fertilizer Farm Supplies Phone 9513 DELEVAN aiiniiiiiuniiniiiiiiiiniim \'»\\ ,,,,,u,,,,,,,, \ , »«l IS YOUR FIRE I INSURANCE § COVERAGE I NG? i Happens in the best of regulated families, especially 5 | if you haven't increased your fire coverage within 5 the past few years. In the event of a loss, high re- S placement costs could hand you an awful wallop. 5 A new year always brings new problems, but don 't 3 let your insurance be one of them. See us. JJ Hitchcock Insurance Agency \ ' = 53 Main St. DELEVAN,\N. Y. Phone 9511 = mt m = Serving This Community for 36 Years 5 r John H. 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