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......... .. WAYNE COUNTY’S NtOST WIDELY READ NEWSPAPER /OLv LXVIII — N o . 2 NEWAkK, NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1940 $2.00 PER ..YEAR Miss B ita’\Nolan of Church St. spent the week-end with her parents in Maeedon. Mrs. Grace Page and- Miss gtta Page of Cuyler St. and Mrs. Mina Moore of Bartle Avenue were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cles- cent Hollister of VanDusen St. Joseph Sullivan has been ill for several days at his home on Mason St. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Max­ well of Maeedon spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeLaney of ' Franklin St-r Miss- Edna May Brandt of Lyons spent Sunday With her. cousin, Miss Mildred Havert of Arcadia. Mrs. Diantha Hutcheson of Colton Avenue is confined, to Newark Hospital with a broken leg, which she sustained last Friday evening. „ _______ -of- South Main S.t., returned Mon­ day to her teaching duties at UstrTet Wo. 19 after \being -ill at her home for the past ten days. * Mrs. Harold Wagemaker was . very pleasantly surprised on Thursday,- Jan. 4, by a. stork shower given in h e r honor by the ladies*, ..of. .Missionary. Groups 11 and. 12 of the Park Presbyterian Church a t the home of Mrs, Elizabeth Bene­ dict oh Rast Miller St. S he re­ ceived many gifts. Miss Susie Reynolds has r e ­ turned to her home on Mason St. after spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs.. M. E. Avery, and Mr. Avery, of Watertown. Mrs. .Luella Cooper of Wash­ ington, D. iC., spent the holi­ days with h.er- -mother, Mrs. Jennie Holland, of 812 South Main St. Mr. and ‘Mrs. Earle' G. P a r­ ker and son, .Billy, of West Union St. spent Saturday- evening in Sodus Point with Mrs. Parker’s parents, Mr.. and Mrs. William Wolf. Mi-s. Carlton Hoste is ill at her home on Mason St. t Joseph Wiebeld of Brock- port spent last Wednesday and Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Wiebeld of West Maple Avenue. Mrs. Cora VanGor.der, a nurse at the Wayne. County Home, is confined t o the* New­ ark Hospital. Michael Grady of Church St. spent the week-end with his parents in Gvid. Mrs. K. C. Norris of Clean : spending- a- few-days\ ~witlr Mrs. \ Louise VanDuser and Miss Ellen VanDuser of Church St. Bernard Martin of Charlotte St, a student at the Roches­ ter Business Institute, is re­ ported ill at his home with the grippe. tli-. and Mrs. Paul Page of Vienna St. called last week Tuesday on Mrs. Page’s grand­ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw, of Alton.. Rev. Theodore C. Meyer, who has been ill with bronchitis at hjs. home jonhEast Miiler St,, « reported to be Improving. Mr.' Charles Cutting has, re- iirned to his home in Buffalo after visiting his son, Bradley Cutting and family o f Madison Avenue. Miss Roberta VahDuesen of west Maple Avenue feh.ter- ained her sewing club last ught. Mtss Faye Bartleson return- d- to her studies at Houghton C ollege last Week after sperid- 'n? the holidays with her par- ii ts. Mr, - and ' Mrs. ' F rank Ba-rtleson of Prospect jst; Mrs. Cecil Quinlin, who was ■ last week at her home on « •Wiams S t, is reported to be improving. . Mrs. E. K. Burns is*reported i.i at her home on Crosby St. .. Mrs. Bernard Heise has been “* at her home on E a s t Avenue. k llai'°ld Martin returned to , -Studies at ithaea College a-t Wednesday after \spend- the holidays with his par- ;»«>. Mi-, and Mrs. C. B. Mar- Ri.i of High St. •Miss Minnie Marshall, who \as ii! last week at h e r home, . o. '2, is reported to, be im- II ovccl and able to be \out. . Mark 53rd Wedding Jubilee Mr. and Mrs. John Walters of Colton Ave. who will celebrate their fifty-third wedding anniversary this Saturday. Leslie VanHuben of Arcadia returned last week Tuesday to his. .studies a t Houghton Col­ lege'\after spending the holi­ days with his parents, Mr,, and Mrs. Lewis VanHuben. Mrs. Edna Munn of Madison Avenue. had as her 'dinner guests on New Year’s Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartleson and daughter, Faye of Prospect St.r» Mr. W. H. Munn o f Lyons, Rev. and Mrs--Malcolm- Cronk of - Grand Rapids, M ich, Mjr. and Mp§iyGordon Mufan and son, Sumner, and daughter, Beverly, and K e n n e th' Muhm Miss Esther , DeLaney of Franklin St. entertained Miss Ruth Smith of Maeedon,. Miss Elsie Sharpe and Mr. William Suliiyan of Rochester on Sun­ day. Miss Sharpe and Mr. Sul­ livan were also guests of Miss Janice Eddy of High St. - Miss Alma Hartsough of E ast Miller St. spent the week-end at h e r h o m e j n Canandaigua. Miss Dorothy Bidwell re-, turned Sunday to her studies at BusseihSage College, Troy, N. Y , after spending the holi­ days with her mother, Mrs. Mary Bjdweil of Vienna St. . Mr. and .Mrs. Chester Wil­ liams of Auburn were guests over the week-end of Mr. and M rs, George Chapman %of Jef­ ferson Extension. Mrs. Chap- mad entertained her bridge, club on Saturday evening at her home, and Mrs. Williams, a former member of the club, -was a guest. •• James Hammond of West Avenue spent the week-end with his mother in Seneca Falls. ........ Miss Mildred Lynn of East .Miller.-.St—spen t the-Week-end with relatives in Phelps. Bob Chamberlain of Church St. spent the week-end with his parents in'Painted Post. . Sunday guests of Mr. and . Mrs: Robert Kalb of Bartle Ave. were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Weaver of Rochester, Mr. George R. Kalb of Rochester and-Rev. George M. Kalb of Webster. Mrs. Jane Hodgson of HbfC- m an S t, who has been enjoy­ ing a vacation from her duties at Newark State School, re­ turned last night from Buf­ falo,. where she has been visit­ ing her son, Francis Hodgson and family. She will return to her work on Saturday. Mrs. Earl Weleher of Wel- eher Road entertained \ a t hn open house a t her home last week Tuesday in honor of the 80th birthday anniversary, o f Mrs. E. A. Weleher of Church St. , _______ „ Mrs. Helen W. Herman, Worthy Matron for the year 1939 of AmiMe Chapter, Order of .Eastern Star, entertained her officers, committee mem­ bers and drill team at- dinner at Wolfs’ on Friday, J a n , 5, followed by bridge. ' John Ross returned to his studies a t Notre Dame Univer­ sity, South Bend, Indiana, last week Tuesday after spending the holidays with\ h is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ross of Will6w Avenue, \ ' _ Miss Dorothy Bidwell re­ turned Sunday to her studies a t Russell Sage College, Troy, N. Y„ after spending the holi­ days with -her mother, Mrs. Mary Bidwell of Vienna St. Mrs. C h a rles. Wiltse and daughter, Edith, of Geneva, are reported hi at their home with scarlet fever. Mrs. Wiltse is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown of West •Union St. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartle­ son will move Saturday from 116 Prospect St. to 309 East Avenue, . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomsen of West Mttter St.-entertained at a dinner on Sunday evening in honoi- of the birthday anni­ versary of J, Frank Lynch-of West Miller St. Miss Mary Louise Stroup re­ turned ■ast l Wednesday to. h er studies at' the University--of - Rochester after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. F. Neff Stroup of Prospect S t. Mrs, Carrie Burns of Syra­ cuse was the week-end guest Of Mrs. Victor Vanftorn.e of Grace Avenue.. Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Wall are ‘ making their home for three months at 104 Church St. Mr. Wall Is employed at the Am­ erican Telephone and Tele­ graph R e p e a ter' Station, for several months, . Mi\ and Mrs. A. W. Blair of Church St. had as their din­ ner guests last Thursday M r.. and Mrs, Clarence Lindstrom of Church St. Nicholas Marchioli returned last wgek Thursday to his studies a t Notre Dame Univer­ sity, South Bend, Indiana, aft­ er spending the holidays;with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marchioli of West Sher­ man Avenue. .Mrs. Irwin Frey of Mason St. entertained her d inner and Contract club last night a t her home.' Clark Eggleston returned studies a t the Kirksville Col­ lege of Osteopathy and Sur­ gery, Kirksville, Mo.’, after spending the holidays with h?s parents, Mir. and Mrs. W. C. Eggleston of Grace Avenue. He was accompanied by Chris; Hall of Maine, also a student at Kirksville, who visited Clark here, before returning. — Mr. p. j. Phelan of South Main St. manager of the Mont­ gomery Ward and Co. store here, was called to Barre, Massachusetts— on Saturday- by the death of his mother, Mrs. J. Phelan. Funeral ser­ vices were held Tuesday. Mrs. j. L.\ Buck of Buck’s Fashion Shop, accompanied by Mrs. Helen Porrey, will leave Sunday, morning for New- York City, where they will spend a week doing Spring buying,® Whitney Howard has been ill this week a t his home on West Union St. Miss Jean Burgreen, who was ill a few days, last week a t -hw -hom e on -Wilson .St., has returned to school. Mrs. Will Robinson is report­ ed il’l at her home on West Miller St. ' 4 , Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm Cronk returned Tuesday to Grand Rapids, Mich., after spending a week with Mrs. Cronk’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartlesdn of Prospect St. Mr, and Mrs, Harry Youngs of Mason St. spent,the week­ end as the guests \of Mr.. and Mrs, Marion Holdrldge in Sa­ vannah. Mrs. John Chester Ball of High St, had as her guest her sister, Mrs. Fred Beard, of Utica. ■ Mrs. Emma Youngs, is re­ ported ill a t her home , on West Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Me -Mahon of -Lyons were Sunday .afternoon guests of Mr. and! Mrs. Gordon Munn of Madison Avenue. Mrs, M. J. Murphy of Utica spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stell of Mason St. Miss Mary Kehhelly of New York City is staying with Mrs. Frank Rasche of West Miller St. Mr. George Rotach, of Lock- Berlin, died Friday. He is sur­ vived: by his wife, Mrs. Louise Rotach, who is employed at the local Montgomery' Ward and Co. store, one daughter, Mary, and one son, Walter. Mrs. Robert Chaffee left Sunday for Tampa, Florida, where she was called by the death of her father, Mr. Rob­ bins. Victor L. Dion, who h a s been \Stationed with the U n ited States Army for several years, has re-enlisted. He will leave tomorrow to enter the Army Air Corps for ^training a f Mitchell Field, Long: Island. Mr, Dion has been spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dion of West Union St, - Mr. - a n d Mrs. Romaitf Cole of Mason St. spent-the week­ end with . friends In- North Rose, Mr. and .Mrs. Wales Nichols of Scott St. left last week for Fort Lauderdale,' Florida, to spend two months. Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm Wil­ son of Savannah spent the week-end with Mrs. Wilson’s ihother, Mrs. Maude Brill of Landon Avenue. • PRICE & SCHUTZ Phone 37 She, too, has learned that the home washing machine has gone the way of the wash tub and th e scrub board . . . that Stott’s do the Washing at less than home cost . . . the Ifoning, too, if desired, for little more. Entire Washing & Ironing 9 \ - launderets & Dnr Cleaners Photte Newark (J4S or 646 (Except Wearing Apparel) Only a small charge -for Hand Ironing1 any articles you may select. 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