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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, October 20, 1960, Image 16

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Page Sixteen Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bl.ss tfews, Wyoming County: Delevan Pre>^ Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Thursday, October 20,1960 Slrykersville Mrs. Charles Landphair iuts. Naomi Ward and son of Attica called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fugle Sunday night A large crowd ot relatives, friends and neighbors gathered in St. Mary's Hall on the 9th to help Mr. and Mrs. Pete) Scyitz cele­ brate their Golden Woddtog an­ niversary. The Tuesday Club wts ei tertain- ed by Miss Mary Schiltz 011 the 11th. Prizes were awarded Mayme Silloway, Peggy McCutcheon and Anna Sherman. Walter Schiltz of Sheldon was a caller of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Torge Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Argauer and family of Marilla and Mr. and Mrs. James Spencer and sons of Arcade spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Kirsch. Several ladies from town attend­ ed the luncheon party on Wednes­ day, sponsored by the Ladies Aid of the Wales Community Church. • Margaret Bartz, Betty Lefort, Shirley Schiltz and Gertrude Le­ fort attended the Bishop's Com­ mittee luncheon and worship at the Immaculate Conception school in East Aurora Wednesday. The Home Demonstration Unit is perfecting its plans for the Variety Show to be held at the -Fire Hall at 8:00 o'clock on the 28th. Mrs. Anna Parker and Mrs. Wil­ liam Kirsch have been ill this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester George of Batavia visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schiltz Wednesday. The Bluebirds, or Junior Camp Fire Girls, toured the Graoc Dairy Wednesday. The Senior Camp Fire Girls visited the Shopping Guide newspaper shop in East Aurora. Later they all met at Bartz's cot­ tage for lunch, Mark Darling underwent surgery Monday and is recovering nicely.' Mrs. Frank Smith called on Mrs. Mary Armbrust at the Mercy Hos­ pital recently. Mrs. Armbrust is very weak. Mr. and Mrs. Achilles Michel of Buffalo visited Mrs. Michel's sis­ ter, Mrs. Jack Fugle and family Wednesday evening The schools will be closed on the 21st because of the Western New York Teachers' Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lucas of Franklinville spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Neil Winch. Rev. and Mrs. Croft and son called on Mrs. Parker Thursday morning. The 4 -H Club of Five Corners, Punkshire, Curriers, Java and Strykersvllle held Achievement Night at the Fire Hall Thursday. Pins and awards were given out followed by entertainment and a light lunch. Anton Johnson and Charles Land phair were among the lucky hunt­ ers to get their turkeys last week in Cattaraugus County. Mrs. Rena Hudson, Ethel Mc- Giveron, Mabel Codd and Mrs. Croft were recent callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Torge. Java Center Mrs. John McConnell Mrs. Mary McCormick and daugh»«r Regina of Buffalo and Mrs. Agnes Barnes and grand­ daughter, Debbie Wilson of Attica speirt Wednesday at the Leo Mc- Corvnick home. The infant son of Mr, and Mrs. Craig Landpnair is a patient at the CMIdrens Hospital in Buffalo.. The community wishes him a speedy return home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Skelley of Buf­ falo were overnight guests Thurs­ day of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McCon­ nell. Mr. Cyrek was taken to the hos­ pital Monday night The Bookmiller-Clinch wedding took place at St. Patricks Church Saturday morning. Fairview Mrs. A. L. Metcalf This community was saddened Friday by news of the death of Mrs. Howard Sampson of Johnson City, N. Y. Mrs. Sampson was a resident here for nine years pre­ ceding the death of Mr. Sampson ,iri November, 1957. Since then she has made her home with ber daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stone In Johnson City. Mrs. Sampson is the fourth death of a former Fairview resi­ dents, recently. Miss Grace Reese, Mrs. Lillian Cole Hadsell and Mrs. Annie Dittman, who were neigh­ bors here some 50 years ago, re­ cently passed away and were In­ terred in the White Cemetery near Rusliford within three days. Each of the three was 85 years of age or older. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fuller and son of Webster, Mr. and Mrs.' James Clements and family of Caledonia, Mr. and Mrs. Kills and family of Fillmore and William Sprague of Centerville, were dinner guests Sunday of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest, Sprague. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yccum and son Gerald and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gould called at the Cline Funeral Chapel in Rushford \Sunday to pay their respects to Mrs. Howard Sampson. Mr. and' Mrs. Forest Sprague and Mrs. Gladys Smith called there Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nichols and sons and Gerald Nichols spent Sun­ day with their uncle. Merle Nichols and family, in Salamanca. Mr. and Mrs. R. Fry and'daugh­ ters visited relatives. in Ulysses, Pa., a week ago Sunday. Miss' Betty Metcalf and Duane Babe of Buffalo spent the weekend with Miss Metcalf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Metcalf and with them visited the\ Corning Glass Works and Watkins Glen, returning .home Curriers Mrs. Elwyn Meahl We are,sorry to hear that Evelyn Relsdori is a patient at St. Francis Hospital. , Mr. and M.*. L. P. Clinch were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Clinch's father in Sheldon. Charles W. Wallace, .son of Mr. and Mrs: A.- R. Wallace, has this address: Charles W. Wallace, Re­ cruit E 1, Serial No. NG22H2885, Co. O, 3rd Training Regiment, Platoon 4, Fort Dix. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ziemba and daughters of Buffalo called Sunday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Clinch. Sunday.. They also called at the Cline Funeral Chapel in Rushford in respect to Mrs. Sampson, who was a former close friend and neighbor. . . Java Village Mrs. Erwrn Freyburger, Jr. Java Village Baptist Church, Rev. George. Kendall, Pastor: Sun­ day Morning Worship Service 11 a. m.; Sunday School 10 a: m.; Prayer Meeting Friday - 8 p. m.; Young f'eople Sunday 7 p. ra. Java Village Congregational Church: -Sunday Morning, Worship Service 10 a. m.; Sunday School 11:15 a. m.; Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 8 p. m. Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes of -East Aurora and Mr. and Mrs. George Harrington went to Morrisville Sunday to visit Miss Linda Harring­ ton, . who is attending Morrisville Technical Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bartz and family,\ Mrs. Norman. Smith arid family, Mrs. Erwln Freyburger, Jr., Mr. and Mrs'. Arthur Reisdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Reisdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence.Whaley at­ tended the Wallace-Winch wedding Saturday., at St. Mary's Church in Strykersvllle arid the reception''at the V.F.W. Hall in Arcade. Mrs. George Harrington spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes in East Aurora. Mr. and Mrs.\ Edwin Freyburger and sons called on' Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Freyburger and family Sun­ day afternoon. North Java Mrs. William Logel Mr. and Mrs. Henry Donnelly of Niagara Falls spent last week with Mr. Donnelly's\ sister, Jane Al- meter. The Pedro party at. the home of Kathryn Perry was well attended. Francis Perry has come home from the hospital, feeling very well. Edward Almeter and Eva Logel were in Batavia\ Tuesday. Arinabell and Marie Bartz were in Warsaw Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Graver and family-have moved \to\ the Roy- George house on West Street, ' Up to 85 percent of New York State's oat crop is planted to the Garry, variety. AURORA OPTICAL COi , SM Mala'Street Aero** from N. T, T«k. Office '... East Aurora, N. Y. • EYE DOCTOR'8 PRE­ SCRIPTIONS FILLED # LENSES DUPLICATED 0 GLASSES REPAIRED • AND ADJUSTED, Kenneth J, McConviUe \* ''Optician Office Hows Dally an* By Appointment CY SIM. Elton Mrs. C. M. Roblee Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strong weere dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. George Strong in Arcade. Mrs. Hunt of Buffalo has been a recent guest of her daughter, Mrs. William Lambert and family. Mrs. Harold Cheney is a surgical patient at the Warsaw Hospital. Mrs. Edith Newland and grand­ children called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strong on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schnitzler in East Arcade Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Colter and family of Silver Springs called on Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown Fri­ day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown spent the -weekend with Paul Hickey. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Caruana and family of Buffalo were guests Sun­ day of Mr and Mrs. Claude 1 Daggett. Mrs. Lucy Cheney is staying at the Arcade Nursing Home while her daughter-in-law is in the hos­ pital. Alfred Weber had the misfor­ tune to run an ensilage fork into his hand. Mrs. Agnes Brown accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones to Brad­ ford, Pa,, Monday to attend the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Lina Freeland, Dr. W. W. Powers called on Mrs. Agnes Brown and Raymond on Sunday. Cornell University has changed its Farm and Home Week to a new event called \Cornell's Agricul­ tural Progress Days.\ Dates next year are March 21-23, 1961. REAL ESTATE Java Lake Nicely furnished Cottace with Boat—Only |3,5M Lor Cabins—$3,700 and tip Year around 2 Bedroom Home With rarsre, cellar, modern oil farn»ce—$6,5*4 3 Nice Building Lots—only $M« Route 98 Hear Java Lake Beautiful modern Ranch Home, foil cellar, modern oil furnace, private pond, front stream, 7 acres, Ideal for retired couple who can afford a better type home. Owner 111, make reasonable offer. North Java L 3 bedroom Modernised Home, acre lot, garage, modern oil furnace, wall to wall carpeting. Good spot to raise a large family. Priced right! 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