Help Fight TB Use Christmas Seals Two Newly Elected Of ficers After Election In Arcade James Williams Nov, 5—Pictured above are tw o newly elected officers to the town of Arcade as a result of final tabu latlon in th e election. Seen above is Robert Duguid, new Democratic Councilman in Arcade. Duguid beat Republican candidate Howard Wallace by 564-279 margin for the post. Be low is James Williams, Republi can elected for th e post of Assessor for tw o years. Williams beat Democratic candidate Joseph Ebcl, 568-279 to gain his newly elected office. The election i n Ar cade resulted in a strong Republi can win. ONE OF THE FIVE.TRI-COUNTY WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS COV NSHIPS IN WYOMING, CATTARAUGUS AND ERIE COUNTIES Volume LXIX Section Two Thursday, December 22,1960 Bloodmobile Visits North Java; 76 Pinls Of Blood Collected Nov. 5—Red Cross officials were particularly pleased with the re sults of the Bloodmoblle visits to North Java Monday, November 2. 'A total of 94 donors appeared to donate blood and 76 pints were collected. The balance of 18 were unable ,to donate for various med ical reasons which do not indicate ithat the Individuals were in poor (health, but rattier that they were not at present quite up to th e high standards felt necessary by the medical authorities for the sharing of blood. 1959 IN RETROSPECT Number 49 Robert Schiener Elected President of Chaffee- Sardinia Kiwanis Club Nov. 5—The annual meeting of the Chaffec-Sardinia Kiwanls Club was held at the'Nichols Brook Hotel Monday, November 2. Of ficers were elected for th e coming year as follows: President, Robert , Schiener; Vice President, Verne Goodemote, Immediate Past President, Parke Davis; Secretary, Frederick Mey er;' Treasurer, William Andcra Elected to the Board of Directors were Clarence Hillman and Clin' ton Salmon. Those who have' been inadver tently missed during the birthday calendar canvass are asked to please contact Walter Schiener Sr. It wa s decided at the meeting to hold the annual sale of fresh Florida fruit i n about one month. Former Yorkshire And Arcade Residents Mark Golden Wedding Nov-Sr-Mr. and Mrs. Byron M. Peckham, formerly of Yorkshire and Arcade and now living I n Bradenton, iFlorida, celebrated their Golden Wedding anniver sary October 20,. 1959. ' They were entertained *t a dinner art the Wedgewood Inn in St Petersburg by Mr. and Mrs. Harold StoweU. Mrs. S to well i s a sister of Mrs. Peckham. The Peckhams also' received many cards, gifts and flower* Wyoming County Farm Bureau Elects Officers Nov. 5—The 'annual meeting of the Wyoming County Farm Bureau was held on Wednesday evening, October 21 at the Warsaw Central School. Following a dessert luncheon, the members were entertained with several old-time favorites sung by th e Oatkans, a local bar bershop quartet Alnsworth Sonderlcker of At tica and Ray Chamberlain of Wyo ming were re-elected president and vice-president respectively for another one-year term Mrs. Nelson Hopkins of Johnsonburg was re-elected chairman of the Women's Committee for another year. Eight directors were elected- ed for two-year terms, Willard Logsdon of Covington, John Phelps of Castile, Jerome Smith of Warsaw, an d Paul McCormick of Wethersfield; re-elected as direc tors - were: Alfred Trzecieskl of Attica, Frank Carpenter' of Ar cade, Peter J. Kehl of Sheldon, and Merle Shattuck of Pike. Arcqde Central Football Team Hat Bert Sea ton Nov. 12—The Arcade Central School football team had it s best season in ten years ibis year after completing a 3-2-1- mark for. the year. Their record of 3-1-1 I n lea gue action'was food for second place in th e conference. Chaffee-Sardinia Memorial Fire Company Elects Officers Nov. 5—The Chaffee-Sardinia Memorial Volunteer Fire Company held Its annual meeting October 28. The newly eledted and ap pointed officers are a s follows: President, Jack Happ; Vice President, Verne Goodemote; Treasurer, Devere Sears; ' Secre tary, Norbert Schneider; Fire Chief, Irving Noel; First Assistant Chief Robert Schiener; Second Assistant Chief, Joseph Feraldl; Chief Engineer, Nelson Lefort Assistant Engineer, Ronald Ken- yonr Truck Officer Station No. 3 , Gerald Bockhahn Sergeant-at- Arms, Wallace Gill; First Aid Cap tain, Verne Goodemote; First Ai d Lieutenant. Walter Schiener, Jr . Jack Happ and Norbert Schneid er were elected to the Board of Directors for a period of three years. Harvey L. Roll Becomes Insurance Consultant With Arcade Agency, Inc. Holland Students to Participate In State Sectional Concert Nov. 19—The Music Department of Holland Central School will be represented at the Area All-State rehearsals and concert to b e held this Friday and Saturday at Mary- vale Central School. The busy two-day schedule will start Friday afternoon and culminate in a con cert Saturday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Those who will sing with the choir are: Patricia Brosche and Elaine Roll, sopranos; Sandra Woolley and Sheila Fischer, altos; Jan Rcimer and Michael Holmes tenors, and Clayton Seadeek and Anthony Ruminski, basses. The band members \and their in struments include. Judy Davies, clarinet; Kathy Berg, clarinet; Di ane Savage, clarinet; Amy Rich ards, flute; Kathy Geer, bass clar inet; Mike Kaspyrzyk, baritone, and Warren Hardy, tuba. Arcade's Keystone Hall Being Tom Down Harvey L . Roll Nov. of 5—The appointment „ Harvey L. Roil as Life Insurance Consultant with the Arcade Agency, Inc. has. been announced by Jack H. Mason, President of the Agency, During th e past tw o and one- half years Mr. Roll has received extensive Insurance training ir the field of life, annuity, accident, sickness,-hospitalization, an d group insurance, having represented one of the large life insurance com panies a s a field underwriter. Mr. Roll has lived in the Arcade area for the past sixteen years and is a graduate of Arcade Central School. In 1949 he married Joann Fuchs, and for th e last three and one-half years Mr . and Mrs. Roll and their four children-have lived in Sandusky. Active in community affairs, Mr. Roll is a' member of the Arcade Congregational Church, Arcade Lodge No. 419, F. & A. M., Arcade Chapter No. 322 R. A. M., Arcade Council of Churches an d the Board of Assessors for th e Town of Free dom. \Harv as Mr . Roll is known to most in the area, will head the re cently r e-organized Accident, Health, and Life Insurance Depart ment of th e Arcade Agency, Inc., making it possible for th e Agency to provide more complete service to their- clients in th e area. Mr. and Mrs. Grove C. Wilkinsfo Mark 50th Wedding Anniversary Nov. 12—Mr. and Mrs . Grove Wflkins of Chaffee will cele brate their Golden Wedding Anni versary a t open house to-be held at the 1.0.OJ. Hall in' Chaffee Sat urday, November 21 from 8:00 t o 10:00 o'clock. All the neighbors and friends of the couple are invited to at tend. Strong Open House Attended by 198 Guests Nov, 19—One hundred and ninety- eight friends, neighbors an d rela tives called o n Mr. an d Mrs. A. Lr. Strong of Machias during their Open House i n celebration of their Golden Wedding Anniversary. The house was very-attractively and appropriately decorated with bouquets of yellow roses, bronze pompons and other fall flowers, presented-to the honored couple by the Odosagih Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Urania Lodge, F & A. M, their daughter, Mrs. Ken neth\ Chichester, and th e Rev . and Mrs. Gomer Mills an d daughter Ellen. Arcade GLf Co-op To Hold Annual Meeting Hext Monday Nov. 19—Patron members of the Arcade GLF Co-op will elect three new committeemen for three year terms next Monday. Voting will be held all day long a t th e Arcade Store. Only three men will be elected to replace four retiring members. Those retiring ar o Rich ard George, Paul George, Floyd Reisdorf and David Anderson. The committeemen serve in a n advis ory capacity for the local store management. Each store is a co op in itself and belongs to th e GLF Co-op. Currently th e local store is refunding dividends to purchasers in th e amount of $13,000 which is a percentage of the sales of the local store for th e past year. Also a dividend is paid to the stockholders. The nominating committee com posed of LaVern Day , Karl Pfar- ner, and Alfred Reisdorf have se lected th e following candidates for election. Fred Lehning, John Mltxowskl,-Nicholas Bartz, Walter Kambat, Stanley Czesak an d Craig Landphair. ' Many specials ar c scheduled for this day including free pancakes and sausage for th e store cus tomers. \' Nov. 12—One of Arcade last landmarks in now in the process of being torn down. Keystone Hall, a place where early theatrical pro ductions were held and a popular meeting place for other important functions has been condemned. The building will be cut down exactly one story to the) present Bank Building where a roof will be added. Pictured above is Keystone Hall inj th e process of being razed. A construction crew ha s been work ing o n th e site for a week, with a crane as seen above, doing most of the work. Th e building ha s stood for nearly 60 years. Lyman Henry Heads Jaya-Sfrykersville KiwanisClub Nov.12—Among those present a* the election meeting of th e Java-Strykersville Klwanis Club last Thursday was th e new Gov- ernor, Charles Wall.' The follow ing officers were elected for 1960. President, Lyman. Henry; vice President, James Miller; Second Vice President, Francis 'Simons; Treasurer, William Bartz. Named directors of the club for a like period were: Richard Winch George Monesmith, Jerry Metz, George Atkinson end Fran cis Simons. Cattaraugus County Fire Fighters lo Make Muscular Dystrophy Drive Nov. 19—Thanksgiving week, No vember 22 t o 28, has been set a s the date for the 1959 Fire Fighters March for Muscular Dystrophy in the Cattaraugus County area. Over 400 members of Fire Departments, Auxiliaries and others have signi fied their intention to inarch house to house canvassing for funds to support th e broad research and service programs maintained by the Muscular Dystrophy Associa tions of America. Chairmen of the drive i n Delevan is Elliott Holmes. In addition to the house to house canvass, canisters will also - be placed in strategic places through out-the county. Contributions may be sent also to Elmer E. Anderson, campaign treasurer, i n care of th e First National Bank in Olean. ' MDAA-spontored .research is seeking to discover - th e cause of this disease and to develop a n effective treatment.. Nearly a quarter of million Americans, the majority of them children, are counted among its victims. A cure must b e found quickly. Delevan Couple To elebrafe6olden Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker of 19 Church Street, Delevan, N. Y., will celebrate their Golden Wed ding Anniversary on Sunday, No vember IS, 19S9. Their friends and relatives are invited to attend an \Open House\ for them Sunday afternoon a t the Delevan Metho dist Church Youth Center from 00 until 5:00. o'clock. A dinner for the family members will be given by th e couple's children at the Roycroft Inn I n East Aurora Saturday evening, November 14. BLISS SOLDIER RECEIVES ; PROMOTION I N GERMANY Nov. 19—David J. Smith 24, son of Harold J. Smith of Bliss, re cently was promoted to specialist five in Germany where h e is a member of the 8th Infantry Divls-, ion. Arcade KiwanisClub to Hold Chicken Auction Nov. 19—Local 4-H cfljb mem bers and their leaders [will be guests of th e Local Kjwanians and their wives this Thursday eve ning, November 19, when the club will hold its second annual chicken auction. Earlier in th e year th e Kiwanls Club provided little chicks for area 4-H Club projects. ' One out of each 25 of th e full-grown birds will be dressed and packaged by the participating 4-Her's and brought to the meeting, where they will be judged b y Leland Jenks, Wyoming County 4-H Agent, and sold to the Klwanis memters at the highest bids. Helen Downing Elected President of Hugh Lynch Post Auxiliary Nov. 5—At a recent regular meeting of th e Hugh Lynch Le gion Auxiliary No. 737, liie follow, ing officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Helen Downing; 1st vice president, Lois Davis; 2nd vice president, Pauline Wallace; Treasurer, Kathryn Morgan; Se cretary, Catherine Meyerring; Chaplain, Margaret Metcalf; Re habilitation, Lillian Lewis; Cou- ponsv Marjorie Gibby, •A special hour followed the business meeting. Freedom Grange to Celebrate 25th Anniversary Tuesday Nov. 19—Plans have been com pleted by the Freedom Grange for the celebration of it s 25th anniver sary. This will be held at the Recreation Center Tuesday eve ning, November 23, th e regular meeting date. The guest speaker of th e eve-' ning will be th e Rev. O. Blakeley Hill, Chaplain of New York State Grange, and there will be a special program. All members of Free dom Grange and neighboring Granges ar e invited t o attend. A tureen supper will be; served following th e meeting, with the host Grange furnishing th e dishes, j New Organ to Be Dedicated At Holland Baptist Church Sunday Nov. 19—The Rev. Thomas Moore, pastor of th e First Bap tist Church in Holland has an nounced th e following schedule of church services: Sunday morning at 9-45, Bible School; 11.00 o'clock Morning Worship Service; 6:30 p . m Youth Groups meetings; 7:30, Evening Service. The subject of the minister's sermon a t the 11:00 o'clock ser vice this coming Sunday morning will be \Wagon Loads of Bless ings.\ There will also be a service of dedication for the new electric organ which the church has had installed. Broken Water Main In Arcade Causes Brief Shut-Off Nov. 19—Village water and high way crews worked from 1:00 a. m, Sunday morning until 1*00 p. m Sunday afternoon repairing broken water main which at one time threatened to undermine the street near the intersection of East Main and Sanford Avenue. The 6- inch diameter cast iron line was found t o b e broken off an d i t was reported that water pouring out of the break came u p through 1he pavement as far away as th e post office. Th e trouble is believed to have been caused by the pounding of heavy traffic or a slight ground movement in the area. The pavement cover over the pipe and the large amount of water flowing away in several directions made it difficult to find the exact location of th e break, according to Village- authorities. The workmen had~to break through blacktop pavement, old brick pave ment, and several inches of con crete foundation in order t o expose the pipe and perform th e necessary repairs. Water service was off for a short interval in the East Main Street area while a repair clamp was in stalled over the broken section. Lefchworth Park Ends Record Season •Nov. 26—Letchworth State Park had a record attendance of 505' 000 this year. The park's 81 camping cabins, now closed for the season, were used a record 34,700. patron days. In addition, campers stayed in th e park a record 11,500 campers days. Cabin reservations for th e 1960 season will not b e accepted until January 15, 1960. While Gen Iris Inn, the Mus eum, and all major facilities, in cluding comfort stations, will be closed November 2 for the winter months, the Falls Area of th e Park will b e open and th e public will continue to b e welcomed. Regular park entrances may, a t •times, b e blocked by snow, but a \winter entrance,\ extending to the Park from Route 19A between Castile and PortageviUe, will be plowed an d maintained at all times for th e benefit of park vlsi tors; NEW MINISTER COMES TO JAVA VILLAGE BAPTIST CHURCH Nov. 19—The Rev. George B. Kendall, th e new pastor of the Java Village Baptist Church, has announced that services a t th e church will b e as follows. Sunday School Sunday morning at 10:90 o'clock; Morning Worship service, 11:00; Young People's meeting 7:00 p . m.; and the Evan gelistic Service a t 8:00 p . m. The mid-week prayer service will take place Friday evening a t 8:00 o'clock. North Street Home Razed By Fire; Inside Completely Destroyed Nov. 19—Pictured above is the Street as i t looked to firemen after the Charles Close home on North Street caught fire last Tuesday morning. Th e fire, according to Fire Chief Mervin Palmerton, started in the living room of the house, probably from defective el ectrical wiring. The interior of the house wa s completely destroy ed, with furniture and other household goods going up In flam es. Fast action by th e Arcade Fire Department prevented th e outside of the house from catching fire. The roof, although burned slight ly, was not completely destroyed. No one was injured as the Close family was out of town at the time of the fire. Th e blaze took about an hour an d a half for firemen to bring under control. Norman Ameis Chosen President of Dairymen's League Local Nov. 19—The annual meeting of the Tri-County Local of the Dairy men's League was held a t the Vet erans Club in Arcade on November 14. There wa s an attendance ot 49, including the guest speaker, Jack Geary, members of th e Local and their families. The following officers were elected ,for th e com- Norman Ameis, President; Leon ing year: ard Bixby, Vice President, Lillian Phair, Secretary and Treasurer. The following were elected t o at- tend th e annual meeting in Octo ber, 1960; Mrs. David Anderson, Associate Delegate; David Ander son, Delegate; Alternate Delegate, Edward Phair; Alternate Assiciate Delegate, Mrs . Edward Phair; Junior Delegate, Robert J. Phair; Associate Delegate, Patricia Ziol- enieski; Alternate Junior Delegate, William Ameis; Alternate Junior Associate Delegate, Margaret Roll. Musical entertainment was pre sented b y Mrs. David Anderson, Margaret and Elaine Roll an d Mrs. Tullar. David Anderson gave a report on the annual meeting and stated that there were three things for which the members should all work: education, research and promotion of the sale of milk. Mary Lou Anderson stated in her report that it creates much more interest in local meetings to have attended one of the annual meetings. Margaret Roll also gave a report, mentioning that three of the projects for the young Co-ops this year are - Know Your League Better; Civil Defense; Democracy vs. Communism. Five Lelfermen Return to ACS Basketball Squad Nov. 26—The Arcade Central School basketball team opens their 1959-60 season tonight as they take on Fillmore at the ACS gym. Five returning lcttermen and a strong group of JV players from last year give this year's squad a solid nu cleus o n which to start. Bob Hyman heads the list of re turning lettermcn. Hyman was the big gu n for t h club last year, toss ing In 187 points, 200 rebounds and a shooting percentage of 43%, tops on the club in all departments. At 6 ft.3,\ Hyman also carries the main brunt of rebounding. John Meyerhoff is also back. Out of four games last year, Meyerhoff nevertheless scored 87 points and grabbed off 119 rebounds. He will be counted on greatly to give Hy man rebound support a s well a s guide th e team point wise. Th e other forward spot will be filled b y Jerry Fox , also a returning letter-, man. Jerry played excellent ball all last year and should improve this year a s the season wears on. Dave Garlapo is the only non- letterman to make the starting team. Dave, who played JV ball most of last year, is greatly im proved an d will be counted on a s a player. The other guard slot will be filled by Tom May, a letterman from last year. Tom, although shorter than most, still was t necessary cog i n last year's ma chine. His ball handling ability put him near the top i n assists for the team. Ed Walter is also a re turning letterman, although he isn't on th e starting five. Donald Hamm will also be back a s able re serve strength a t th e center post. Four players are'up from th e J V team and should make their ap pearance felt before the season is over. Jack Fries is up after a hot year o n th e JV's. His 145 points topped all scorers while his 70 re bounds also helped. Paul Hccht should add rebounding strength if nothing else. Paul nabbed 129 re bounds for top honors i n that de partment an d tossed In 104 points to boot. Ronnie Belden and Doug Moore have also moved u p after successful season last year. Coach Maurice Hickey predicted an excellent year for the team. He said that this year's team is a better one than h e had last year. Barring injuries to key players, the team could go all the way. Citizens Central Bank Active Participant In Student Loan Plan Nov. 19—On the occasion of, approving the 9,000th loan under the Student Loan Plan of th e New York Higher Education Assistance Corporation, Ralph F . Pe o of Buf falo, Chairman of NYHEAC, again urged the commercial banks i n the state which have not ye t join ed th e Plan to become part of this program. The Citizens Central Bank, with offices at Arcade, Rushford an d Silver Springs, is a member of the Plan and ha s made several of such loans i n th e respective com munities in which it operates. Mr Pe o pointed out th e tre mendous lift which this program of guaranteed student loans i s providing in making i t possible for so many of our deserving youth to get a college education. He further stated that every effort is being made to. make sure that these guaranted loans go-to those young people who might other wise b e unable to finance their college costs. Paul V. Galvin Founder of Motorola, Board Chairman, Dies Delevan Man Retires From Highway Department After 38 Years WILLIAM SCHULTZ Nov. 12—William Schultz, ag e 78 years, of Delevan, retired this month after having been an em ployee of-the Town of Yorkshire Highway Department for 38 years, oofbali Award Assembly Held At Arcade Central School On Friday Nov. 12—The Athletic Association of Arcade Central School presented Block A letters and emblems for the 1959 football season in a spec ial assembly Friday afternoon. Varsity Block A's were presented to the following varsity athletes: Captain John Meyerhoff, Davis Garlapo. Edward Walter, Joseph Hoffman. Roger Ashworth, Douglas Moore, Paul Hccht, Ronald Bcldcn, Gerald Fox , Jack Fries, Bruce Binnle, Robert Breitweiser, Bruce Hoffman, Bernard Hoffman and Jerry Ferington. Coach Garlapo gave a brief talk on the season play stating that confidence an d team ploy were th e Ingredients for the winning season. He paid tribute t o th e whole squad for their loyalty, sacrifices and co operation during the season. Captain Meyerhoff presented the inning football to Principal Joseph Kemp plus a certificate for some gift to all the coaches from th e team. H e then announced that next year's captain would b e Bernard Hoffman. Quarterback Ed Walter then presented Meyer hoff with a miniature football auto graphed by all the players in recog nition of his outstanding leadership as captain of th e team. Coach Pat Lundy then presented emblems to th e members of th e junior-varsity team. Those re ceiving the emblems were: Cap tain David McNuIty, Craig Stone, Thomas Roster, Alan Kratzcr, Ronald Ashworth, Dale Stiles, Kenneth Andrews, James Tracy, William Broskett, Keith Ferington, Peter Calmes, Melvln Morgan, Phil Kratzer, Richard Wilson, Thomas James, Duane Binnle, Walter Lee, David Ennis, James Wiley, Kenneth Bruyere, Le e Har rington, Robert Calmes. Managers James Belden, Dennis Fries and Paul Meyerhoff also received their awards. On Tuesday night the football coaches and their wives enter tained the squad of forty and guests at a spaghetti dinner in the school cafeteria. Movies of th e Perry game were shown and incidents of the past year discussed. Paul V. Galvin Nov. 12—Paul V. Galvin of Chi cago, 111.. Chairman of th e Board and founder of Motorola, died last Thursday at the ag e of 64. Mr. Galvin entered the business world at th e ag e of 12 with a pop corn business which he carried on from a wagon built of parts ob tained from a blacksmith shop He attended th e University of Illi nois and when World War I cami was commissioned a second lieu< tenant in the Third Division. After working with storage bat tery firms a t th e conclusion of th e war, he decided to open a com pany of his own. With his brother and $565 he organized the Galvin Manufacturing Company in Chic ago, but the product, a battery eliminator, became obsolete It was then that request for a radio to be installed in a n automo bile, started th e firm on the road to success. From this came Motorola, now one of th e world's largest manufacturers in the electronic field. Delevan Hunter Bags 17-Pound Wild Turkey In Pennsylvania lA'-t k - •'./V-!' ifA'^ii^iirti Nov. 12—Pictured above is Har old Clcghorn of Delevan and his prize catch, a 17-pound wild turk ey. Mr. Cleghorn bagged this beauty while hunting near Mill port, Pa., last Saturday Th e catch was one of very few record ed so far Franklinville Couple To Observe 56fh Wedding Anniversary Nov. 26—Mr. and Mrs Clarence Davis of Franklinville, will quietly observe their 56th wedding anniver sary, November 23. No special celebration is planned due t o their delicate health. Mrs . Davis is 76; Mr. Davis 74. ' Miss Lottie Snyder and Clarence Davis were married in their home town of Arcade on November 23, 1903. They lived in that vicinity and in Delevan until 1915. Mr. Davis farmed for th e first few years of their married life. Later he was employed b y the Ontario Knife Company in Franklinville and for 13 years following this, he 1 worked for th e Village. Mr. and Mrs. Davis have three children. Hugh Wilson Selected to Furnish Communications In Time of Emergency Nov. 26—Hugh Wilson, RJFJ>. 2, Arcade, ha s bean selected to set up an organization of Wyom ing County amateur radio opera tors prepared to furnished or ganized emergency communica tion' i n time of disaster. Mr. Wilson's assignment, which carries the title of Emergency Co ordinator, is to band together members of th e amateur radio service in hi s community to per fect arrangements for emergency radio communication by horns In: time of disasters. In addition to- the use of normal station equip ment working from commercial power, amateur stations use self- powered radio transmitting an d receiving equipment as needed. Mr. Wilson a s a n Emergency Coordinator wi l call together loc al meetings of amateurs, establish common operating procedures, and arrange regular drill periods when the hams' personal stations may be mobilized under similated emergency conditions. Delevan Grange Plans Special Program On 25th Anniversary Nov. 26—At it s regular meeting to b e held at the I . O. O. F. Hall on Thursday, December 3, the Delevan Grange will celebrate its 25th anniversary. There are 10 charter members to be honored and a state Grange officer will be the guest speaker. All members of the Delevan Grange and all members of all neighboring Granges ar e Invited t o attend. Each family Is asked to bring a tureen. Rolls coffee and dishes will be furnished by th e host Grange. HOLLAND GIRLS WIN PRIZE I N FLORIDA Cathy Bennett an d Joan Farll of Holland, who ar e in Avon Park. Fla., with Cathy's parents, Mr and Mrs. William Bennett, won first prize recently In a parade for their representation of th e Hol land Tulip Festival.