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Page Six Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald. Bliss News Wyoming Countv: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County T51 Thursday, October 20, 1960 Wedding of Naomi Bird And Charles Limbrunner Celebrated In Attica St Patrick's Church in Attica was the scene of a lovely wedding an Saturday, September 24 when Vliss Naomi Olive Bird was united in marriage to Charles John Lim­ brunner The ceremony uniting .he daughter of Mrs Cyril Bird of North Java and the late Mr Bird, and the son of Mr and Mrs. John Limbrunner, Jr., of Wethersfjeld Get Young Karg For Your Auctioneer Arnold G. Karg 0 Prompt attention given to all Sales ... I sell anrthlnt; anywhere. Telephone IDlewood 3691 ORCHARD PARK, N. T. Cool Weather—Warm Dessert Pierce Bros. Feeds - Seeds - Groin Fertilizer Farm Supplies Phone 9513 DELEVAN Mobil MOBIL — GAS — OIL LUBRICATION GOODYEAR TIRES MINUTE CAR WASH MINOR AUTO REPAIRS Open 7 Days—7:30 to 9:00 CENTRAL SERVICE STATION Main & Liberty Phone 177 R. C. Wolfe Arcade Days are a little cooler than when apples first turned ripe on the tree*. Now that wonderfully crisp fruit, so good eaten out-of* hand, will be delicious In a baked dessert too. Deep dish Apple Raisin Pie served warm with cream will be as welcome as a crack- line fire. Quiclc-cooldnjr tapioca is mixed with the fruit to help the, filling thicken to perfection with sparkling- juices and fresh fruit flavor. Apple Raltia De*p-Dl*k Pi* 8 tablespoons Minute Tapioca 8/4 cup granulated sorar 1/3 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 10 cups thinly sliced peeled fresh apples 1/S cup raisins 1/2 cap water- 2 tablespoons Butter Pastry for one-crust pie Combine tapioca, sugars, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, apples, raisins, end water. Pour mixture into deep 8-lnch square Baking dish. Dot with butter. Let stand about 15 minutes. Roll pastry H Inch thick andeut eeTeral 2-Inch slits or a fancy design near center. n - P u ! ! tt Zi3. h *, lf ?! r 9lU% 4el y on rollin * P' n ' - cent *r 0l > fill 1 \* Open slits with • knife. (Well-opened slits are important to permit escape of steam during baking.) Trim pastry, allowing it to extend % inch over rim. Fold pastry over edge of dish and press it to rim. Bake in hot oven (4Z5°F.) 45 minutes, or until syrup bolls with heavy bubbles that do not burst. Serve warm. Makes 8 or 9 seryingSt. was performed by the Rev Zak. The bride wore a .floor length gown of lace over satin with a sa- brina neckline of lace trimmed with sequins and pearls. The full skirt featured an apron-effect panel of lace in front which formed a bustle in back. Her illusion veil was caught to a crown of seed pearls and crystals and she carried cascade bouquet of white mums. Miss Elizabeth Limbrunner, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and Miss Ruth Bird, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. They were gowned in frocks of aqua and rose, respectively. Their head­ pieces were crowns which matched their gowns and they carried bou­ quets of orchid mums. Ronald Grover of North Java was best man and the ushers were Rich­ ard Kropp, Gordon Limbrunner and Frank Bird. Immediately tollowing the cere­ mony a reception was held at the North Java Fire Hall. The couple will be at home at 719 State St. in Traverse City, Michi­ gan, where the bridegroom is sta­ tioned with the Coast Guard. CRYSTAL LAKE Clarence Young visited Mr. and Mrs Karl Osmun Thursday eve­ ning. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Osmun were in Allegany Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs. Carl Smith of War­ saw called on Mr. and Mrs. Karl Osmun Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Baird and family and Mrs. Christine Baird spent Sunday in Canada and Niagara Falls. Richard Burrows and family, moved their mobile home fromi Ralph Baird's farm back to the Arthur Burrows farm. Yorkshire Mrs. Florence Hutchison Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Law and family attended a family ' reunion at Emery Park Sunday! October 9 There were 45 present with guests from Rochester, Buffalo, East Aurora, Yorkshire, Machias and Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newton and daughter Marcia and Mrs. Ethel Newton spent last week in Fred­ ericksburg, Va., visiting friends. Mrs. Florence Hutchison was dinner guest Sunday of Mrs. Iva Howell in Delevan. Dennis Marsh was home from Cornell over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. James Day of Rew, Pa., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Day and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Card and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kanehl of De- pew were in Larable, Pa., Wednes­ day to visit relatives. Mrs'. Abbie Harrison and Mrs, Mayme Quinn of Delevan spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Henry Bastian. Mrs. Hattle Tullar spent several days last week with her grandson, Erwln Tullar and family in Rush- ford and was also a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Weaver In Rushford. Mrs. E. W. Lingenfelter spent last week with her daughter, Mrs Dale Block and family In Camlllus. Guests Sunday at the Lingen­ felter home were Mr. and Mrs Dale Block, Suzanne, Danny and Chris of Camillus; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lingenfelter and family of Holland, and Mr. and Mrs. Garth Yauchzy and family of Arcade. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Phillips and son Roy of Great Valley called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Carlson have been in Belfast a couple of days helping Mr. and Mrs. Parcell Michael with fall work. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith and family of Perry were recent call­ ers .of Mr, and Mrs. Ben Kittle and Mrs. Madge Burkett. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Card were in Ripley Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Zimmer and family. HOPE CHEST NalieMl MuMpli Sctsrosb Sodtfy Centerville Mrs. J. A. McKerrow Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kurylo of West Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts of Rochester and Mr. and Mrs. Willard McBride of Perry were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George Keyes. 'Mr. and Mrs. Arnold L. Licht, Jr. and Steve of Albion were guests Sunday of Mrs. Llcht's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKerrow. The Annual Fireman's dinner was very well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney MlUiron of Buffalo spent several days this week with Richard Pennington. A family night si'pper will be held at the Town Hall Saturday, Galen Hill Mrs. Leon Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kurylo and family of Buffalo and Mr. and Mrs Joe Thomas and family of Center ville were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roblee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunlap of Franklinville were visitors on Sunday of their daughter, Mrs. Ronald Leonard and Mr. Leonard. Mrs. Kenneth Durkee was in Warsaw Thursday. Her mother, Mrs. MicheU of Machias accom­ panied - her. George Van Deusen of Buffalo Is working for Kenneth Durkee. Sympathy is extended to the Charles family in the death of Miss Edna Love on Monday morning. G. M. Leonard, as a Republican Committeeman attended the dinner given for Gov. Rockefeller in Olcan Thursday evening. Carlyle Rich attended an Asses- ors* meeting in Chrrry Creek Mon­ day evening. Mr. and Mr}. Duane Burdick October 22 starting at 6:30 pjn. James Roberts will show pictures which he took in Arabia and the Holy Land. Everyone in cordial­ ly invited. Please bring a tureen and table service. Congratulations to the newly weds, Mr. and Mrs. David Ferrin. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fiegl were callers Sunday at the Fiegl An­ drews home in Grange. 'Miss Onalee Vosburg called on Mrs. Lillian Flint Saturday. Callers there Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis and grandson of (Brockport and Mrs. Martha Meyers of Arcade. Eagle Mrs. Ethel Roberts On Thursday evening, October 13, a group of Masons assembled at the home of Elmer E. Tuttle, at which time Harold J. Peet, D.D.G. M. of Genesse-Wyoming District presented Mr. Tuttle with a 50- ycar pin from the Grand Lodge of the State of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Harriet Shick, Mrs. Nell Allen and Mrs. Elliott Roberts accompanied Mrs. Cecil Moore to Buffalo on Thursday where they visited Mrs. Frank Carr, who with her sister and family left on Oct­ ober 17 for Sarasota, Fla., where they will make their future home. Mrs. Harold Shanley left on Monday for Detroit where she will attend the funeral on Wednesday of her aunt. Mrs. Harriet Shick and sons ac­ companied Mrs. Snick's daughter, Miss Gloria Storms and friend of Buffalo to Brookvllle, Pa., where they were guests of relatives over the weekend. \ Donald Mower has returned to his home in Warsaw after being a patient at the Warsaw Hospita following an automobile accident. Miss Jean Moore was an over night guest on Friday of Miss Marcia Garlapo in Arcade. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barber of StrykersvUle were visitors Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. William Landers of Toronto, Can., visited Mrs. Wil­ liam Barnes on Tuesday. Mrs. Elmer Dornan and daugh­ ters spent Saturday in Springvllle. and son of Salamanca were visit­ ors Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leonard. More Farmers Buy New Idea Spreaders Than Any Other Make! 70 BU. TRACTOR SPREADER.. $445.75 75 BU. 4-WHEEL SPREADER $525.25 95 BU. TRACTOR SPREADER „. $540.50 95 BU. PT0 SPREADER $692.75 125 BU. PT0 SPREADER $773.50 145 BU. PT0 SPREADER $800.75 All Prices Are F.O.B. Coldwater, Ohio, Knockdown Kittleson Hardware Yorkshire Phone Arcade 248 Mrs. vViniam Barnes om Harriet Shick attended a party at the home of Mrs. Thomas Ronan in Arcade Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Maher were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dornan. Dr. and Mrs. G. Stanley Bake- man of Albion wore weekend guests at the Copeland-Robcrts home. Mrs. Charles Anderson is spend­ ing two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ronald Bantlo and family In New York. Mrs. Carl Shantz and sons and Miss Sandy Woods attended a Hallowe'en party given for Girl Scouts at the Legion Hall in Bliss. Mrs. Levi Mast and son Ralph of Clarence Center visited Mrs. Carl Shantz and family on Monday. Mrs. Everett Cartwrlght spent several days this week with her son, Arthur Cartwrlght and family. nd Mrs. Donations of surplus food by the L*. S. Dept. of Agriculture at home and overseas totaled almost 2.8 billion pounds In the \year ending June 30, 1960. Corn makes the best silage if cut when' the kernels have reached the dent stage, but while all or most of the leaves are still green. Specials advertised by grocery stores are not necessarily foods of inferior quality. Often these foods are in extra-heavy supply and may be priced near cost to attract custo­ mers. Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Aik About 15-Day Trial Offer! • Orar five mOIlon package* oC the WILLARD TftMrsfCWT bare been eold. foe relief of tymptona of dbtteee ariMOf from Hwuclmd Pm«.m< U»«in due lo tj- cwAcM—Pear DlanHe«,lmrorUa— t Stamacii, QaeeJneee, HHrthtent, MMP— limine , He., due to t»nn Acta. Aelc for •!Wnilar«\e Unease\ which folly explain, thie borne treatment fie. • at Procror-Delevon Pharmacy Just One Item From Our SPECIALTY COLLECTION Made By BUTLER MAPLE FLOWER STAND $2495 Sizes IT Wide, 12\ Deep, M \HigJS A quaint colonial design adapted for modern living. A charming gift for flower pots and what-not*. \ Witter-Davis Furniture Co., Inc. 3 Stores Springrrflle 4 Rtfulir 27c Size SLICED SUPREME Sandwich MORRELL PRIDE HAMS \ • BONELESS 7 eCOOKED POUND CAN $ 2\ worn £f.go INCflSH 1 CARLOAD SALE AT ACME NU-WAY! ^^READ ~\Z Pork Roast Friday \l{hh til 9 - r ~- h 2 ..,. AO 1 Stock Your Freezer! •6 MORTON'S FROZEN I Mcintosh ... cortiand I ! APPLES ! • Fresh • Picnic Style , e 4 to 6 lbs. lb. •I Fresh Sliced Pork Steak* .^F?. »> 59c • APPLE • CHERRY • PEACH •C0COANUT CUSTARD i 4-39 Rib Roast Rib Steaks- Chuck Steak Lancaster E-Z Carve Tender Lancaster Brand 6? 79' 49- lb. Ik . T,n ^. r i Ik PIES LiptoH Noodle Soip ?.39' joy \sar container IJaJ Carnation Mlk 6 Pet Mlk \ZZT 6 u ~iV Kee Detergent ^ twin QQc pewfc 93 Premium Saltines NeMeee ekf. ZlT Wncrest Coffee £57' si\ KeeUer Cookies MAHAM «KT WORTH %$tOO ~ CHANrJlZl' 25 FREE DOLLAR DOUBLERS WITH 10.00 OR MORI IN PURCHASES PLEASE Name SIGN Address Coupon Expires Sat., Oct. 22nd L .5J8 5 ftAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA., freeDollorDoublers' The** eevpont fret with purchase if Louella Evap. Milk 4 *»««** 55c Coupon Expire* Sat, Oct. 22nd IMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AA meeDollorDoublers* These cevpens free with purchase of FRESH SPARKS Cottage Cheese s 29' L5j| Coupon Expires Sat., Oct. 22nd AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj freePol idr E ^oMJitersf Tlrm e#*t*w free wrrh piretMoe tf SPANISH BAB CAKE - 35« each Coupon Expirt* Sot, Oct. 22nd

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