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■ t.L t'P H O N E 710 NEWARK ' UN ION i GAZETTECAND -MAfrlON i ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8,' #4f>: FIVE } Betrothal to Newarkite Told /. / rb:/. < ? ■ part (libson~Mi;. and Mrs. Inif .nt- Garlock of Geneva called I Aji, and Mr*. William Garlock |:ul family on Sunday afrter- ;\OU. VV.nd has been received here L the recent death of William l-vni of Niagara Falls, a former L-iiinir of Port Gibson. 1 j.arcib Ruehuid is on. the sick ■i.'t,.. | Mrs Kenneth J. Lyon called | Mi's. Lillian f: Fisk on T u e s -1 lav afternoon4 Mrs, Fisk re­ lumed last Wednesday from an Ik tended visit in- Kansas City [mi will make her ;homr for the i'X-t few weeks with Mr. and | Iii-.., Thomas Dixon, in Palmyra.) I : will return to Port Gibson t iDoiit the middle of March. | [ .Mr. and,.Mrs. Wilbur Schwartz j ■iid cUuighter Dorothy were Sim- i In iniests of Mr. -and Mrs. [ ItorgV -Wall of Orleans: [Mrs. J. F. M artin and daugh­ ter Lorraine an.d' Mrs., William Garlock attended the Colonel i I'm Prescott Chapter, D.A.R. | leld in Newark on Wednesday Ifternoon. Mrs, Aimon Curtis ■will enter­ tain the 'Cheerful1 Workers Club It .her home this Thursday aft-' (moon. ■ j Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bird were lur.day guests at the home of | ’r and Mrs. Mary Stacy. Miss Ellen Kelley Of Williams- |illc spent the week-end with, u- parents, M[r. and Mrs. Eu- . ii.> Kellev. Methodist Men Re-Elect Lucas As Head of Club Pr. Frank'Lucas was re-elected president of tiie. Men's 'Club of the Methodist Church at the annual dinner meeting of th?' club last Wednesday, Other officers chosen Were F irst vice-president, Lester Bur- gett;, second vice-president, George Kuney, and, secretary apd treasurer, Earl Robinson. ■Charley Herrick as the speaker of the eyening told about his trip iast'summer around the Gaspe Peninsula. Harry Parker was winner in a true and false contest partici-' pated in by two 6-man teams.- - 0 : -------------- J W. F. Garlock and Elbert Gar- tif.k -pent Friday in Victor. T Mrs Ainitm Curtis .ehtfftataed:. lit Friendly Club at her home li-; Friday afternoon. | Mi.-. Nettie .Short spent the tt.k-cud as the guest of Miss'* : 11 , a Short of Rochester. ' | | Raymond and Harold Lyon. ) >.ny McKinney. James Doyle, i Jr.mcis Roelaivd, and Mr. and | ... William Lyon attended the i -. Meet held at Powder Mill . :k on Sunday. ; Mi and Mrs Edward Be Looze ; li'ei mined friends from Roch- at the home for Sunday lend' J Mi.-- Dorothy, Schwartz spent llmrthy evening With her grand unts, Mr.. and Ml'S. Henry F. |t h-A artz of Newark. Mi- Jacob Roeland accOm- hu’ied Mrs., Kenpe.th Lyqn toj Jio.he.-ter last Thursday where |iu-\ -pent the day. Mi- Maria Libbert of Lyons |.iLi cf on Mrs. Elizabeth Faas ■: Wednesday. Mi-s Jessie Farnsworth . fias l p|'\v°red from the grippe after luvmgr been confined to her rur.i' srveral days last week. Richard Curtis of Palmyra m- the recent guest of his Irmdparents. Mr. and Mrs. Al- pi r. Curtis. JO-Day Sentence liven Man Making Suicide Attempt An attempt to take h'is life [ere last week cost Brtice O. '•< tz. 35, of 420 West Union St., turn of 20 days in Wayne \ i”.ty jail, following his fous- c- -tay in Newark Hospital re- ring from., a self-inflicted fim.-hot wound. P.ctz. who unsuccessfully tried > commit suicide with a, .22- |.i:icc rifle in the Garlock Hard- l*ui' Corp. store here last Thi.;r-day afternoon, narrowly pi .--mg a policeman with the | na?t drew the'20-day sentence a arraigned before Police |u--iire James -D. Hurley on ll'udjy. He pleaded, guilty to a [harse of discharging* firearms public place. I Questioned by Judge Hurley, ■in- man .-aid his act had been mpted by disappointment in i 1'-' affair. Police said Fletz, an extracts salesman, the store to examine :■■ ji^d, while the backs' of* VVnkoii, manager, and Ray £r„(Mcy. ” fierk, were turned, :Pi>cd a cartridge- from his I'\ t into the gun and fired in- chest. I file bullet crashed through a mwe glass show . window and missed hitting Traffic Of - William Scheerens, Who ■ Pissing, and Lyman-Croth- • - Grace Ave., who was five |i' t behind Scheerens. Rushed' 'be 'hospital, he was treated : Dr d . F. Johnson, who said J*1\ bullet had glanced off -the I\! urd emerged1 under the t - b 1 arm. On release from the [\pu.ii. lie Was arrested by [ ' \ “•man Irving Clark and - u-ned Nothing astonishes men so Inch as, common sense and | ai:* 'dealing.”—Putnam! . ‘WANTED -.b.l m u u s T c a s k r n : t C B l l i uinefy Aid tor licl.Tr, v . y! FairviUe—Mrs. Maurice Wel- cher who is a patient at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium G ■reported improving. •Mrs. William Utter is still a patient ad the Thompson Mem­ orial Hospital at Canandaigua. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Tack en­ tertained the members of the Fellowship- Class at their home, last Friday evening. Miss Bertha VanHaneghem '-pem Wednesday with Miss I r ­ ene Tack. - .............. •— life, and Mis. Raymond Hille- geer and son Dean of Newark eailtd at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer Sunday evening. . Mrs. Charles Krpjheks was ill r ijki heme part 'or last week, Mt\ aim Mrs. C..' 'H. Kerman and family called on- Mr. Milo Chalker and Mr. and Mrs. Wil­ bur Chalker and family .At Clyde Sunday evening. Miss, Hattie. Martin df Roch­ ester spent Sunday at her-home here. Mr, Jacob. Libbert is ill at his home. Mr. 'and Mrs. Arthur Weimer and son Eugene spent Sunday in Lyons a t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weimer and family. Refreshments were served by Mrs. John Siler and Mrs. Ross, Warner, members pf the troop committee. Grange Enjoys Talks A n d Hobby Displays Third and fourth degrees will be administered at the meeting of the Newark Grange meeting this Friday at 8 o’clock. Miss ■Gertrude Rogers will be in charge of the program for tl meeting, which will be preceded by a picnic .supper at 6:30, in charge of Mr. and kips. George Wiick. “Hcbby Days” was Observed at the meeting of the Grange last East Palm y ra- H-onor Roll of the East Palmyra School for the second quarter is ms follows: Grades 1 and 2—Betty-Boer-man, Edward Broekhuizen, Harold Carlson, Kenneth Havert,. Bev­ erley Hoad. Irene Lester; grades 2 and 3—Gordon Bogart,- Rnlph Carlson. Lionel M.atteson, Don­ ald VandeuBout; grades 5 and 6—Adriana Broekhuizen, Mary Cox, Jane Young, Wilimiua Brocklniizen, Russell DeWind, Glenn Young; grades 7 and 8— Frances Carroll. Guy Bogart. Marion Cooney. The following had perfect a t ­ tendance for the semester: grades 1 and' 2—-Betty Boerman. Edward Broekhuizen, Herman. Broekhuizen, Albert. Ford. Frank Ford, Lawrence. Hornbeek, Irene Lester; grades 3 and 4—Jane Bosje, Phyllis Burgess. -Ralph Carlson. Eva Ford. Vernon -Sijaallidge, Bertha Tyler; grades 5 and 6—Adriana Broekhuizen, Lorraine Hornbeek, Vincent Maucuso, Junior MOnroe, May­ nard V.anderMblea, Russell Re Wind, John- M a n d e r;. grades 7- and 8—Edith Ajjen, Frances Carroll, Mary peLyser, Miidred Dey, Ruth Harding, Thelma Harris, Peter Mason, Gene Til­ burg, George Tilburg, Lawrence Tyler. . The Boy Scouts met Thursday evening,. Feb, 1, at the home of Howard VerGawe. Tenderfoot tests were taken and passed by , Peter Manc.uso and Harold Van- dehBout: Ai'rangements were made to spend Tuesday evening, Feb. 6. in Rochester enjoying; th§ swimming, pool at. the. Mom-, roe Avenue Y.M.C.A. ‘ ■ Mrs. Warren Hoad, leader, en­ tertained the Girls 2G’s, 4 H, Club' aT lTerlibme~oh Friday eve- 'ning, .Feb. 2, with nine members present. The officers elected by ; the chib for the year 1940 are ' President,, Marjory Carroll; vice ’president, Dorothy Pieters; secretary, Lucile Harris; news reporter, Sylvia Magee. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kimber entertained \at \dinner Sunday Mr; and. Mrs. William DeVric.-' and sons. Donald. Billy and Gordon, of Lyons. Mr. and Mrs,. Raymond Goosr sen., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faas at Roch­ ester. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brown had as their guests, on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bernard White and daughter Patty of Marion. • Mr. and Mrs. j . b . O’Meal, .Jir., entertained Mr. and Mrs. Mich­ ael Hardy of Port Gibson on Wednesday of last week. ■ Harold Kaupp fell on the ice recently fracturing his leg. He is | now confined to his home after ' spending several days at the I Newark Hospital. | ' Mrs. WUlidm Dey of the Cam- I bier Road is a patient at the Newark Hospital following a heart attack last week Wednes­ day. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kimber I are spending the coming week- I end with his parents in Corning. I Mr. Charles DeVries returned i to his home on Saturday after ! spending three weeks at Roch­ ester Genesee Hospital recover­ ing from an operation. — % --------- o ---------------- : “The secret of success in life | is known only to those who have inot succeeded.”—Putnam. Saturday afternoon. showing exhibits- and. giving talks were: J. W. Minims,. Mrs. William Holland, Mns. Jacob Laible. The program, was in. charge of Miss Nellie Goseline and Miss F rances Nary. Engagement Tt>W Of Syracuse Girl, Ben DeYoung, Jr. The engagement of Miss Jean. Helen Jewell, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Clarence Mark j.eweli, | .320 South Springs Road., Syra -1 cuse, to. Bemjamiii DeYoung, Jr., I son of Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin ) DeYoung, of Newark., if. Y,, has been announced by Miss Jewell's parents. The wedding, will, take i place in the Fall. | , The betrothal was made, known lust Friday night when and Mrs. Jewell entertained for a few friends of the couple preceding the Syrucuse Univer­ sity Alumni Bail. Nosegays to, which. were, attached r e d hearts, bearing the n.dmes of th e cample were presented to each young woman. Miss Jdweli1. is a graduate of, the School of\ Public Speech and Dramatic Art ut Syracuse TJni- versity, where .she was affiliated with Alpha. PhL Sorority. Site is now a receptionist in- the office of the Dean of .Women of Syra­ cuse, University. Mi-. DeYoung w.ili be graduat­ ed. from the College of Business Administration of Syracuse Uni­ versity in June. He is associated with th,e. Nobility Silver Co. of Newark. , . ' Mimitolo Wins (Continued from Page Four) tel, experienced varsity cagei. before winning, out in the third e'xtra shoototL. Tiie two were knotted at the end of the reg­ ulation elimination, having sunk 22 out of 30 tries from the 1.5- foot iiiie. In the first and seeond shoot- o.ffs eoeh dropped id 8 out of 10 shots, then m the third.Mumtoio still sank 8 while VandeMortel faltered thrice \and- lost the title [The youthful cham p received a lleatlier toilet kit as Ins prize, i from ,St. Michael’s Sodality, ! sponsor. • • I Iii the regular eliminations ' (Charles Hausman,. Jx.. finished , behind the two finalists with 19 jlqut of 30, followed by Jim Hart, ;;Btid Beach, qnd Dick C h itten- . :den, each \vith 1.7, Tony Tavano With 10 , Whit Howard with. 15, ■ land Biil Hauell and Sumner_ Munn, each With' 13. ■ * • -0\- Miss Jean Helen Jewell- of Syracuse whose'engagement ta Benjamin DeYoung, jr., of 'Newark is ahnounced. PHEASANTS GF{T FERD *» W. J. U tter, Wayne County humane officer, reports that he distributed feed for pheasants four vicinity feeding stations ! last S a turday. ’following, the heavy snowfall,'The- process will be repeated when and if an and other wild game birds—a t f otheiy stoi'm covers .'tyatfinal feed ' sources, he said, • GHtL SCOUT NEWS. . The Girl Scouts df Troop No. 7,, under the leadership of Mrs. DeJohn, have completed tiie re­ quirements for their Interior Deebrating badge. . Girls ..completing, this., course ace: Mary .Crisante, Ellen Dion, June Downey, Grace Gianerceo, Jean Pfifer, Cora Siler, Eie.aaior Syneseal, Janet Warner, Marie Yangri and,M ary DeAngelis, Last Thursday evening, the girls with their guests enjoyed a i.Sleighride Party, •i Mr. andlMrs. Daniel DeJohn. fit M*Qwer RARE BARGAINS ON JUST 7 RUGS, of well known makes, any one of which you can well afford to buy auw for future use. All are 9x17. and serviceable patterns. Mohawk Aximnster. M ohawk Mohawk Roxhury Bigelow-Sanford Eirth Axminster Oriental Mitts ,T Amer. Oriental Value, today $J4-.5() Sale $27.75 34.5(1 ’’ 27.75, 39.75 ” 31.5G ’3(1.50 “ 28.75 4 3.50 ” 3 2 .7 5 “ 47.50 '■ 34.50 46.75 •’ 33.50 AR 27 x 52 Sample Rugs $2.98 Values up to $5.75 _ Store-wide savings for Newark’s Thrift Days. Watch our windows for real Bargains in Floor Coverings, finest Furniture and iBedding. E. Union St. *1 Opp. City Hall NEWARK VL O F T H E LI Down go prices on-hundreds of items from our'regular stock, ^cores. of • unadvertised hpeqials ttwonsth the store- Sale starts. T hurs­ day, Feb. 8th, a t 8:30 A, M, Ends Sat., Feb. 17th. Limited quantities! Best buys! L A D I E S ' P L A I D SLIPPERS A Regular 3 9 e V a lu e •* Ladies* WASH ▼ GREEN, SLACK AND RED TKifd 0 Upped Sauce $ 6 Qt. Pudding Pan . Pan ^ SVj Qi. lipped Sauce ■ q. Ol. tipped Sauce Pan ® Baain TO 2Se UTILITY M A T S K n o w in g w h e r e to tu r n is th e first ste p in realiz­ ing a g iv e n o b jective. 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