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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, May 12, 1960, Image 2

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Page Two Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: Farmersville Mrs Albert Vickman Mrs Grace Graber of Spring- ville Mrs Ada Tobin of Delevan, Mi ^ Helen Larimer, Mrs Ida JarkMm and Mrs Violet Smith of Chaffee and Mrs Vena Vickman < njK .vcd luncheon at the Castle in (.Mean on Wednesday, celebrating tin birthday of Violet Smith. After lunch they called on Mrs. Smith's sister. Sabra Stayer and family in Olean and then on Mrs. Graber's cousin, Myron Kuhn in Hinsdale. Mr and Mrs. Ronny Wende of Weber City visited their parents, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Connors one night this week, Mr and Mrs. Wende have purchased a new house trailer and are located at the Twin Lakes Motor Court in Weber City. \ Miss Cheryl Durkee of Rusbiord was an overnight guest of Miss Peggy Roblee on Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Carl Smith Of ANNUAL FIREMEN'S AUCTION Yorkshire Fire Hall Sat. Evening May 14 — 8:00 p. m. Baked Goods & What Have You All Proceeds to Go to Crystal Hose Company Equipment Fund Come And Meet Your-Friends And Support the Fire Department RUSS HURLBURT, ADCTIONEER MOBILE HOME & TRAVEL TRAILER SHOW MAY 19 THRU MAY 22 GIFTS FOR ALL PERRY MOBILE HOMES ROUTE 39, PERRY, N. Y. PHONE BEVERLY 7-3358 Warsaw spent the weekend at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Edward King and son Eddie were in Olean Friday evening. Callers Monday evening at the Elmer Arnold home were Mrs. Richard Benz and Debby, Mrs, Harry Grandmaison, Jr. and Ste­ phen, Mrs. Duanc Burdick and Jeffrey, Grandma Grandmaison, and Mrs. Ronald Leonard and children Mrs. Addie Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slocunj were in Sala­ manca Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vickman and Charlotte of Delevan were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Inez McCluer and family. Pfc. Donald Stebbins of Japan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stebbins and Kenneth of California and Mrs. Irena Stebbins and Donna were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sampson and Duane of East Aurora, Mr. and Mrs,.. Kenneth Vickman and Charlotte of Delevan and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Goss and Denise of Plato were dinner guests Sunday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vickman and sons. The May Philathca Class meet­ ing was held on the 3rd at the home of Vena Vickman Lenore Finch the President acted as leader for the evening, after which the hostesses, Elna and Neva Coen, Sharon and Florence Warned Phinnie Kellogg and Vena Vick­ man served refreshments. The Misses Dorothy and Sally Henry of Geneseo were home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slocum visit­ ed Mr. Slocum's sister, Mrs. Iva Puff in Buffalo Sunday afternoon, His mother, Mrs. May Slocum re­ turned with them Delevan MOTOR SERVICE for Complete Service Collision - Painting General Repairs Sinclair Gas & Oil Fred Schwab. Jr. 9411 Elmer Arnold was a visitor Mon­ day of his cousin in Allegany. Many friends from town have called on Donald and Jack Steb­ bins and family while they are visiting their mother, Irena Steb­ bins, and Donny. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kile, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Slocum ,Mr. and Mrs. Myril Korb and Mr. and Mrs. Ken­ neth Hebdon of Arcade and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown enjoyed dinner at the Castle Saturday eve­ ning. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Arnold were supper guests on Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Arnold in honor of Laura's birthday. Arthur Arnold was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Louie\Crawford of Olean were weekend guests of Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Leonard. • Mrs. Craw­ ford remained for a few days visit, as she had just gotten out of the hospital. Mrs. Jennie Webster and daugh­ ter Ardys of. Rochester were din­ ner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Holmes in Curriers. Mrs. George Leonard, Mrs. David Lounsbury and children of Galen Hill, Mrs. Lewis Sampson of Crystal Lake, Mrs. Elmer Arnold, and Mrs. Merle Roblee attended the annual basket meet­ ing of the Allegany-Cattaraugus Association held at the First Bap­ tist Church in Olean on Monday. Mrs. Cecil Goss and Denise of Plato spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Goss' parents, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Vickman and family. Phil- hp went home with his sister and Denise stayed with her grandpar­ ents. In the evening they took her home. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sampson and Duane of East Aurora were dinner guests Sunday of Philip's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Samp­ son and famiily. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Goss and Violet called on Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Goss and Denise in Plato Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs. Walter Brown and family spent Sunday with Mr. Brown's mother and family in Rushford. Mr. and Mrs. Ormel Osgood and Debbie of Andover spent Mother's Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Glaske. Mrs. Nelson Warner was a pa­ tient at the Cuba Hospital from Tuesday until Sunday. Mr. War­ ner and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Warner made frequent visits to bo with her. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bednar- ski and children of Franklinville visited Mrs. Bednarski's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Morris Hooper on Mother's Day. Mrs. Verna Hooper and daugh­ ters Ethelyn of Springville and Mrs. Charles Tramont of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, were supper guests Delevan Press Cattaraugus County: >Xf* Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Thursday, May 12, 1960 .£3 Curriers Mrs. Elwyn Meahl Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Clinch\ Floyd Reisdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neamon, Mr. and Mrs. A R. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Mr. • and. Mrs. Leon Boisvert, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Miller.Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Mathcwson and several others from Curriers attended Neighborhood Night at the Attica Grange Wednesday, May 4. Mr. and Mrs. John Fenzel and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riter and son Don spent Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs. Leonard Clinch and daughter. Miss Betty Clinch. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Clinch called at the LaVerne Fontaine home in Sheldon Tuesday evening to pay their .-spects to the late Mrs. J. Kibler, Mrs. Fontaine's mother. Mrs. Alice Rogers i returned home Saturday afternood from tho hospital. This is good' news for her many friends. Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hooper and also called at tho Merle Roblee home. Francis Connors of Arcade visit­ ed his sister, Miss Veronica Con­ nors, at the Leonard Connors home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vickman and Phillip called on Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sampson and Duane in East Aurora Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Goss and family of Chaffee, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baird and family of Free­ dom, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Decker and family of Franklinville, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Goss and Denise of Plato and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Goss and Violet called on their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Goss, Gerry and Earl on Sunday. Guests \Mother's Day of Mr and Mrs William Roblee were Mrs. Mabel King, Mr-, arid Mrs, Ed­ ward King and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Roblee and Wilford. Afternoon guests were Mrs Jennie Powers, Raymond Roblee and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Roblee and daughter, Suzanne of LeRoy. Eve­ ning callers were Mr. and Mrs Bruce Ingalls of Bolivar. The Misses Rita and Judy Henry were in Olean Friday evening Mrs. Morris Hooper and Mrs. Robert Henry attended the funeral of their uncle, Lee Wilber In Ar­ cade Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Keith Slocum and children of Arcade were guests Sunday of Mrs. Slocum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Smith. Mrs. Richard Taylor and daugh­ ters of Rushford called at the Paul Slocum home Sunday after­ noon. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Arnold wore Eagle Mrs. Ethel Roberts Mr and Mrs. E. J. Husted, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn, Harold Shanley, Mrs. Howard Shanley and Mrs. L. J Allen were in Perry on Sunday to pay their respects to Richard Alien, who was killed in an ^uto accident on Saturday. Morning,\ May 7. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bainbrldge spent Friday in Buffalo. Mrs. Maurice Roberts called Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. DeAlton Husted and attended a Mother's Daydjnner at the cabin of Mr. and Mrs. Harold [Roberts. Mrs. Richard Maher entertained a party of friends at her home Wednesday evening. Callers Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Husted were Mrs. Maurice Roberts of Avon, Ray Brahaney of East Aurora and Harold Shanley of Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bainbridge and son Greg, were luncheon guests on Friday of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Burns. Miss Gloria Storms was home from her work in Buffalo to spend the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Harriet Shick and sons. Mrs. Vernon Gunn of Arcade called Sunday on Mrs. E. D. Burns. Miss Clara Husted was an over­ night guest on Friday of Miss Weidman in Java. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roberts called on Myron Stickles in Ar- guests Mother's Day of Mr. and Mrs. Durwin Stanbro in Machias. Mri and Mrs. Lester Arnoli and Mr and Mrs. Lanson Stanbro were also guests. 'Announcing ... _ , Milton Stiles is now established in the APPLIANCE HEATING PLUMBING SERVICE For Service Call Arcade 727J cade on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes and children visited at the Vinton Nourse home in Sandusky Sunday evening. Homer {Roberts has employment With the Limburg Cabin Construct­ ion Company. Mrs. Cecil Moore and daughters and Mrs. William Barnes were in Warsaw and Perry Saturday Mr. and Mrs. De Alton Husted took Mrs. Christine Purdy to her home in Kenmore on Tuesday. Frank Bucker and daughter and Mrs. Joseph Becker of Water- ville, Ohio were guests from Tues­ day until Friday 1 of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mallion of Marilla visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dornan on Sunday. Mrs. Elmer Dornan and daugh­ ters were in Buffalo on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson entertained the Eagle Kitchen Konference members Monday evening. Miss Sharon Moore was an overnight guest on Monday of Miss Clara Husted at CadweUs. SARDINIA Mr. and Mrs. Donald White- field and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Donald Youngers in Bliss Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Seymore Perkins and daughter Donna Lee ot Dar- ien Center visited at the Charles Kaiser home Sunday. READ THE CLASSIFIED You've got a lot to gain by finishing off that extra room in the attic. 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