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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, March 03, 1960, Image 5

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Thursday, March 3, 1960 Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie COUP*- Page Five Freedom Mrs. Charles Howlett The meeting of Freedom Grange scheduled for last Tuesday eve­ ning was cancelled because or snow. Th e next meeting will be held Tuesday evening, March 8 at the Recreation Center. Re­ freshments as usual will be serv­ ed following the meeting. Mem­ bers are asked to remember the meeting of Cattaraugus County Pomona Grange at the Delevan Grange Hall Saturday, March 5, starting at 10.30 a. m . Arthur Hurlburt is a surgical patient at the Warsaw Hospital. Mrs. Hurlburt is staying in War­ saw with Mr. and Mrs . Oscar Hurlburt to be near he r husband. Several from this vicinity called at the hospital Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Williams and WATCH FOR THE WINNERS In our first FREE GTT CERTIFICATE drawing next week. You become eligible when you have an order at the ... Arcade Dry Cleaners, Inc. Plant—Yorkshire Phone 583 Store—Arcade Phone 149 sons of Centerville were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. David Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams and daughters of Yorkshire were supper guests of their parents Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Dale Benjamin of Fillmore were guests last Thurs­ day afternoon of Mrs. LoRoy Benjamin and daughter Janet. The Misses Donna and Brenda Hurlburt are staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davies and family while their parents ar e away. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Williams and son Randy of Centerville were supper guests Sunday of Mr an d Mrs . Jack Williams and family. Mr. an d Mrs. Vincent Vullo and family and Mr an d Mrs. John Yarnes and family of Buf­ falo spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs . Orrel Howlett. Mr an d Mrs . John Thomas, Sr. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, Jr . i n Center­ ville on Sunday Mrs. Thomas, Sr wa s celebrating her birthday. -jiiiiiniui I MARCH SPECIALS I m m j Arvin Ironing Board-reg. $7.95- $499 I ( Limited Supply ] 112 Qt Galvanized Pail - 77c I m ™ | Wax Applicator - reg. $1.00 — 66c I m J I I I Floor Wax - 1 qt. size — 88ci I O'Cedar Broom — reg. $1.98 - $1391 m £ s I Schiener Bros. I 5 S j Sardinia Supply Shop I I Phone Chaffee 7447 Sardinia, N. Y. 5 m iiiinimmiiiiE Chaffee Mrs. Joseph Feraldi Mr. and Mrs. Herman Agle, Mr. an d Mrs. Joseph Sehiedel and Mrs . Ralph Morgester of Eden, an d Mr. and Mrs. Lee Landphair and sons of North Tonawanda attended the' dedica­ tion of the A. J. O'Dell Founda­ tion Medical Center in Arcade Sunday and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. O'Dell and Kathy. Miss Helen Shaw underwent surgery last Thursday and now her condition is much improved. Mrs. Hyland Day attended a bridal shower recently in honor of Miss Dorothy Calteaux at the Clinch home. Louis Domes boarded a plane last week for Florida for a short stay at th e Davis residence in West Palm Beach. Mr an d Mrs. William Andera called recently on Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meyer and., their so n Billy who is home from the hospital and doing fine. Edward Andera and daughter Sally were dinner guests Sunday at the William Andera home. Edward Andera, who ha s an injured back, ha s been assisted in his work by hi s father. Mr. an d Mrs. Verne Goodemote attended the dedication ceremony STOP AND On Auto Insurance For real auto insurance savings, call Nationwide and see . . . the company that's first with over 2 million car owners . . . the company with new ideas for a new era! Call: Allan A. Dean Liberty St. Phone 442 Arcade of th e new Medical Center in Arcade Sunday. Other Chaffee residents who attended were Mrs. Hugh Peirce, Rev and Mrs. John R. Riley an d Preston Rice. Mr and Mrs. James Schickler entertained their card club Sat­ urday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vacinek and Tommy, Mrs. Frank Kazmark and Karl Hoch of Springvllle called Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. LeGrant Wiedemann. Herbert Perkins is home on leave from the Navy Mr and Mrs. Robert Waimnan of Buffalo were guests Sunday of Mrs. A. J. O'Dell and accom­ panied Mrs. O'Dell and Miss Alice Chamberlain to the dedication ceremonies of the ne w A. J O'Dell Foundation Center ATIONWIDE MUTUAl INSURANCE COMPANYj V Homt Offlctt Columbus, Ohio I 97c DAZE SALE THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY ONLY I You will be in a daze over these buysl Offered during our 97c Daze Sale! Bargains for all! Come in and check on these savings! You will be glad you did! :1 TR0UTING BOOTS Reg. S12.95 value. Full hip length Trout- lng Bc-r'.s at an amazing early season sav­ ing. First quality guarantee. Famous makes, such as Gotdiich, Goodyear, Eristol, US etc. All the features you want. Inside leff cushion insoles. Bu y $0.97 BLUE DENIM CHINO TWILL harness, hip harness, now and save! WWVvWWWWWrWr^^ Insulated Hip Boots *.<f * r. $21.50 values. Irregular, 1st quality *JJ I I • trantcc. Full sub-zero insulation in foot. I I ti i— 1.1 — JACKETS & WORK SET OVERALLS Reg. guarantee Full leg, cushion insole. 97 SALE! Dress Rubbers Group in­ cludes, clog toe rubbers and full san­ dal rubbers. Reg. value to $2.98 a n extra special buy now! While our stock lasts Save plenty on these bas­ ic wrrk garments. Full 10-oz. sanforized blue denim. Full cut for room­ iness, denim jackets all sizc3. Full bib front over­ alls, first quality, rugged and long wearing. Sunlan or gr.iy twill work outfit, full 8.2 oz. twill pants, first quality, san­ forized washable. A neat, lens wearing work uni­ form set. Shirts or pants can be bought separately. Pants, $2.97, Shirts S2.00. Complete set $297 ea. $497 Work Apron Heavy duty blue denim ihop an d work tpron, reg. 51.29 value. 97c Chambray Shirt Buy this uni versally pop­ ular shirt . at an unbeliev­ able low price stock up now, tiost sizes. 97c SALE! Mens Gabardine Dress Pants $397 Values to SG.95. See our wonder­ ful selection of these popular pants. Nice look­ ing, your choice of colors, ready cuffed and ready to wear. Long wearing dress pants that will take lots of hard everyday wear. Ideal for stud­ ents, teachers, butchers, clerks, office workers. See them now at this special lo w price. Work Hankies Extra large C t nt . blue handker- J IUI chiefs (band- g±mm mas) reg. 25c Q7f val. each. Cushion Socks 3 for 97c Thick absorb­ ent cotton soles, reg . 49c values. $1.16 value DRESS or WORK SOCKS 4 pr . 97c Men's Plastic Raincoats Soft pliable plastic, completely waterproof, resists tears. Reg. $1.98 values. 97c Outdoor Store 274 Main St. Arcade Phone 223J Men's Coats and Jackets Jackets, and more Jackets an y kind you want In this group. Wool and gabardine One group values to $15.90. Jackets, suburban cats, bomber jackets, parkas, short jackets, long jackets, govt, style Jackets, look this group over . . . Your choice ... $897 McKinstry Mrs Clarence Bigham Dewitt Holland of Tonawanda was at the Erron Woodard home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern TY /sbster visited Mrs. Webster's mother, Mrs. Edith Miles in Salamanca Sunday night. Mrs. L. Brooks and Norma Jane and Mrs. Vernon Sworts and son were in Little Valley Thursday Clifford Eastland was i n Sala­ manca last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Webster attended the funeral of Mrs. Webster's grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Ebert of East Otto on Wednesday. Guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Bigham were Mr. and Mrs, Lee McVay of Delevan, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gregg and family of East Aurora and Mr. and Mrs. Earl\ Bigham and sons, The occasion was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. McVay and Mrs. Gregg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown of Machias visited at the George Schenk home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Webster and son were in Buffalo Saturday and met Mrs. Webster's niece, Shirley Webster at the train from Albany Miss Webster spent Sat­ urday night at their home, then went with them to Salamanca on Sunday. Miss Ermalee Bigham of North Chili spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Clar­ ence Bigham. Mr and Mrs. Ward Dedrick visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Free­ man in Jasper recently On their way home they called on Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Dedrick in Bel­ fast. Clifford Eastland visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Meyer and Jane in Machias Sunday night. Mrs. Mary Owens and Mrs. Clesson Hawks of Arcade spent Monday afternoon at the Laurence Peakham home. Mr and Mrs. Francis Brooks and daughters of Arcade and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spencer and family of Delevan called at the Lowell Brooks home Sunday. Galen Hill Mrs. Leon Leonard Mr and Mrs. Morvylle Charles and Mrs. Lillie Charles were at the Rest Home in Springvllle Wednesday to see Miss Edna Love. Carlyle Rich attended a Re­ gional Conference of the A.S.C in Buffalo two days last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gordon and children of Arcade were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Lounsbury on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. G. M. Leonard, Mr and Mrs. Duane Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Durkee and Mrs. Frances Carley and son at­ tended the wedding of Earl Moore in Sandusky Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Gordon Storms of Sandusky were dinner guests at the Charles home on Thursday. Curriers Mrs Elwyn Meahl Mr and Mrs. Calvin Hagger.y and family were recent weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Leon Haggerty. (Mr and Mrs. Donald Reisdorf were guests Sunday afternoon and evening of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Clinch spent Sunday In Sheldon with Mrs. Clinch's father, Nicholas Mar'.in, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Medford Knapp of Yorkshire spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Mcahl and family. Fair view Mrs. A. L. Metcalf Mr and Mrs. Frank Yocum and son Gerald wore in Arcade Thursday. Donald Fenton's house burned during the blizzard Friday eve­ ning, February 20 Mr. Fentop Sardinia Mrs Donald Whitefield This weeks schedule of Ihe Sardinia Methodist Churcn Prayer Meeiing and Bible Study Friday evening at 7.00 o'clock. This is World Day of Prayer, so let's make a special effort to attend The Official Board meet­ ing will take place Friday at 8:00. The Sub-Dislrict Men's Holy Communion Breakfast will be held at the Yorkshire Methodist Church Sunday, March 6 at 7.30 a. m. The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist Church will meet Tuesday, March 8 at 1:30 p. m. at the church. Miss Julie Kile of Arcade spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosier. Mies Margery Bleyle of Buffalo spent the weekend with her par- en's, Mr. and Mrs. John Bleyle. Mrs. Charles Kaiser and Kath- erine spent Tuesday in Buffalo. Mr and Mrs. Charles Rosier were dinner guests Sunday eve­ ning of Mr and Mrs. Dale Kile and family in Arcade. Mr and Mrs. Maxwell Case and family of Franklinville and Miss Julie Schiener were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schiener, Sr. Mrs. Charles Rosier an d Mrs. Robert Rosier attended a stork shower in honor of Mrs . Paul Hamlin of Machias at the home of Mrs. Roland Rosier. Mr and Mrs. Charles Bigelow attended the boat show in Buffalo Sunday afternoon. lost\ everything but the clothes | he was wearing. Th e Rushford. Fire Department was called but because of the storm snow plows had to open the road to get fire! fighting equipment to the place. | By the time the firemen got there the house was completely in | flames. Mrs. Fenton was with. her granddaughter in Buffalo at the time, convalescing from a recent illness. , Mr and Mrs. J O. Frazler of . Ruffalo were dinner guests Thurs­ day and the Misses Betty Met­ calf and Nancy Engstrum, Duane • Bace and Brian Richardson of Buffalo, visited Sunday at the Metcalf Home. Fairview Hill wa s reported closed for a short time Saturday but traffic still filtered through. The highway crews on all roads in Freedom, Centerville, Rush- ford and Farmersvillc, which con­ nect at Fairview Corners are doing a magnificent job of keep­ ing the roads open to traffic. Cream Ridge Road, closed from Thursday on, was opened to the Hlland Clark farm Sunday. Little Gall Beroff wa s home from school, not feeling well, last week. Waters-Jewelry modern- filling convenience! SHEAFFERS NEW CARTRIDGE PEN DESK SET the fountain pen that fills like a ballpoint! costs ohly *49S No ink stains or point dipping ... no ink bottles to keep in your desk drawer! Just drop a cartridge into the barrel and you're ready to write. Price includes the handsome jet black base, tapered pen and five Skrip cartridges! Extra cartridges — choice J i~*S| of colors—In handy S-Pack L £5l 49c. B | M Waters-Jewelry Arcade Phone Arcade 151 To Place Your Classified Ad vOillllCHMIIbliniilllltiilligllllllllieillllllflBilllllllllllGf i LOVE THAT BYSTUDEBAKER S The New 1960 Station Wagon 5 5 Wonderful as a work horse or a pleasure pony S {• See this and other 1960 Larks at S 5 M I W. A. KELVER I S EAST AURORA 5 m £ 765 Main St CY 0310 Open Evenings £ MOVE MANURE, OTHER MATERIALS WITH THE FORD 68 STANDARD LOADER • For All Ford Ail-Purpose Tractors • Easy \On and Off\ • Sturdy Box Frame Construction • Low, Close-Coupled For Close Quarters • Simple, Step-on Design • Big Capacity, High Lift, Long Reach • 6 \Back Saving\ Attachments GET THE LOW-COST DETAILS TODAY! Larry Romance W. Main St. Phone 681 Arcade IMPLEMENTS They Said It Couldn't Be Done! ( AND THEY WERE RIGHT! ) But Arcade Kiwanis Is Going To Try Again! DUE TO THE WEATHER WE HAVE POSTPONED OUR CHICKEN BARBECUE UNTIL MARCH 12th 5:30 P. M. Until All Are Served VFW Club - Arcade ADULTS i,%>: $1.50 ea. CHILDREN (under 12) 75c First Of The Season! GET A GOOD START ON THE CHICKEN BARBECUES

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