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SIX NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION .ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8 . TELEPHONE 71 {vi Vi RATES 25 words or less—50c an. inser­ tion, For each word. o v er' 25 words—2\ cents ner word. P h o n e 7 1 0 BABY CHICKS CHIX. YOUNG'S AND CHRIS- ty’s New Hampshire Reds and. Porter’s White Leghorns; blood tested;, bred for produc- . tion, size and color\ of egg. Reasonably priced. Specials at ' 4c. J. B. Fries, Hatcher and Breeder. 534 Vienna St., Pal­ myra, N Y., Phone 69-R. u6rif BABY CHICKS—PRO f T RICE’S Leghorns, Parmenter Reds, heavy layersoflargeeggs. Blood tested, no re-actors. Sexed as desired. Macedon Breeder Hat chery and Poultry \F a n n . Macedon. Telephone 21 uL tf HELP WANTED WANTED—COOK—IN“ FAMIL Y of three; other help in house. State experience, qualifica­ tions. and other conditions,' P.O. Box 127, Newark, N. Y. u6-Itp WANTED—GIKE FOR GEN- , era! housework, arid waiting on table at Fairville Restaur­ ant.-Lave in. Call 1Q-F-31. Fairviile . Restaurant. Mrs. .. - Carl Hackenbenger. u6-lt FOR RENT FOR RENT — APRIL FIRST Hoc.kenberger . building. 158 North Main St. Alto garage m rear. -Phone Lyons 13-F-2 or inquire, at Union-Gazette. u6-3tp AUCTION John VanNormair, Auctioneer The undersigned will sell ari Public Auction the below listed stock and farm equipment .lo­ cated on the Russell Farm , 1 mile south of Joy, 3 miles, n o rth­ west of Fairvilie on Maple Ridge: Road, at one p., in.. sharp on Friday. Feb. 16. Horse —• 1 10-year-old Bay Horse. Weight 1,400 tbs. ,. Cows — j 7-year Guernsey Cow, due’- June' 10: i 3-year Heifer, due March 28; 2 Yearling Heifers. ' Chickens—60 W hite' Leghorns :and -NeW Hampshire Pullets. Grain and Fodder—l'OO bu. Corn on Ear; 7.5. Shocks of Corn; bucks 1>2 bu. to shock; 60 bu. Wheat; 40 bu. Oats; Quantity of Corn Stalks .aiid Bean Fodder; I Q uantity of Hay: Quantity of j 4- ft. Wood. Apple and Maple, seasoned; Quantity of small, [tools. _ _ • : ’ Farm Equipment — 1 John j Deere Mowing Machine: 1 Deer- : ing Grain Binder; 1 Sears Roe­ buck Economy 2-Plow Tractor; 1 Rubber Tire Wagon, with rack, .complete; J One-Horse ; Harness; i Collar;' 1 2-Horse (walking Cultivator; 1 Roller; 1 lM Iorse W alking, C u ltivator; 1 1-Horse Hay Rake: 1 Crown Grain Drill; 1 Disk; 1 2-Section ..Drag; 1. Potato. Marker;-1 Stone- Boat; ..l Smoothing Harrow’; 1 get Bob Sleighs; 1 Stump Pul­ ler; 7i930 Model A Ford Road­ ster.; 1 2-Wheel- Auto Trailer; .1 Bolt Rjp Saw and Frame; 1 Feed Grinder: 1 Tractor Draw for Hitch; J Miller Bean Puller; l_J.5-.ft. Belt; Quantity of Pul­ leys; and other, articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash. Nothing to be removed, until paid for. JACK FARNSWORTH \WANTED” -WANTED — FURNITURE FF- pairing- and chair caning. Several years' experience. Will call for estimate. Peter Boer­ man. Mar-ion. N Y . 116-ltp LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO PRODUCE CLAIMS Pursuant to ah order of Hon. la RAW FURS HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID for muskrat, mink. fox. skunk, horse hides, cow hides, etc. Kenneth H. White, buyer. —p-hon.e 3022, Marion. el-tf MISCELLANEOUS I i 1 I l - j ATTRACTIVE front room for rent Centrally located Inquire Box M. Union-Gazette u5-tf DEALER TO SERVICE C u s­ tomers with paper supplies Established ehrrr.eie. Aver­ age earning $29-530. SellS'Tt- self and repeats rapidly ,-> Household Paper Products eo . 71 Augustine St . Roch­ ester.. N Y u6-ltp HAVE YOUR SEWING MACH- ine expertly, repaired We have repaired sewing machines -in and around Newark for over ■ IS year's. Brumix Sales. 120 West Union S t . Phone 845 , _ v ____ Wayne County, notice is hereby given to all persons -having claims against Clara L. Burleigh ate of Village- of Newark in the county of Wayne, deceased that J irhey-are required to present the same with th e vouchers thereof, I to the Executors of th e Estate of the said deceased, a t the of­ fice of Ernest V. Peirson, one of the said Executors, Pollock Building, -Newark, New York, on or before the 25th day of April, A. D„ 1940. Dated October 14th, 1939- ERNEST V. PEIRSON, ' LUCIAN C. CARR, , Executors. Albert T, Wilkinson and W. T. Purchase, j Attorneys for Executors, Camden and Newark, New York. u42-26t WE REPAIR VACUUM CEEAN- ers, washing machines. sew- . ing- machines Any part, in - steek. for any model w-nnger Rolls. Needles. Oil.' e.tc Bruinix Sales, 120 West Union St., Phone 345. u6-3t WE HAVE SEVERAL REBUILT Vacuum Cleaners and about 35 Used Washers. Electric arid' Gas->-guaranteed to run O.K Bruinix for Bendix. 120 West Union St Phone 845 u6-3t BUSINESS BLOCK FOR RENT— ■ 703 South Main St Good for -Retail Grocery and Market or other commumtv -store Apply 606 South Main S t . Mrs. Nor­ ris. ’ ... u5-3t TYPEWRITERS: ADDING MA- chines, sgld, exchanged, re- paired. Brand new standard* national advertised portable typewriters $1.00 per week. All makes. Also low price,' rebuilt machines. Leave calls at Union-Gazette, Phone .710; healthy horses. Humanely disposed of. Wayne Mink .»Ranch, Marion, N. Y. Phone \ 10-F-3. e31-tf NOTICE My, wife having left m-y bed and board. I -*ill no longer be .responsible for any debts con­ tracted by her. . u6- CHARLES APLIN Yoong man from 25 to 30 years of age. Must have courage; civil tongue, level head, Should weigh about 190 lbs. Should be about 6 feet tall. Good physical fttoti.— U 6 d d pay, | JRegular WotfL Can live- in Newark. Experience un­ necessary. Address Newark Union- Gazette • Box No. 71. LEGAL NOTICE RENEWING STAIRS NEWARK STATE SCHOOL - I, . NEWARK. N..Y. i NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals for Renewing Stairs. Cottages E and F, New­ ark State School, Newark, N. Y„ in accordance with Specification No. 10,451 and accompanying , drawing, will be received by the ! Commissioner of Mental Hy- rgiene,'State ©fhre BtmomgrAr- bany. N. Y„ until 2.30 o’clock I P. M. i Eastern Standard Timei | on Wednesday, February 28, i 1940. when they will be publicly J opened and read. Tlie approxi­ m a te amount -of this project is .$2.000.00.. I Proposals shall be accompanied i by a certified check or money : deposit of Sri of the amount of ' the bid. Successful bidder will jbe required to give a bond con- jditioned- for the faithful per­ formance of the contract and a (separate bond for the payment of laborers and materialmen, leach bond in the sum of lOO't ! of the amount of \the contract 0-n contracts in excess of $500.00. [Corporations submitting pro­ posals shall be authorized to do business In the State' of New York. Drawing- and -specifica­ tion may be, examined free of charge at the following-offices: Commissioner of Architecture, State Office Building, New York City. Commissioner of- Architecture, '• State Office Building, Al- i bany. N Y. 'District Engineer, 109 N. Gen- I esec St.. Utica, N. Y. 1 District Engineer, Weighlock Bidg. Syracuse, N. Y, [District Engineer. Barge Canal Trrmijial, Rochester, N. Y. t:D'ist'nct Engineer. 65T'ourt St.. 1 Buffalo, N. Y. [District Engineer, 71 Frederick i ' St , Binghamton. N. Y.. >' 'Newark State School, Newark. .1 N. Y. i Drawings and specifications 'may be obtained from the Corri- jmissioncr of Architecture, State. [Office ■ Building. Albany, N. Y, upon, payment of $3:00 for each [set. Proposal blanks, and cnvel- nipe.s will be furnished without (charge. j Half of this payment will be Upturned--if--the drawings and I specifications are returned\ In {good, condition to the Commis- -sioner of Architecture, State ’Office Building-, Albany, sr. Y. 1-within one month after -award | of contract I Datpd 1/9/40. Mrs. May Russell left Satur­ day to spend a \month with her son, Donald Russell and family in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Gertrude Merrick is re.-- = covering front a serious illness and appreciates the shower of cards. -gifts and flowers re­ ceived on her birthday, Jan. 31- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel VerPlarik, Jr., entertained on- Sunday, Miss Geraldine . P ieters. of _East Pah-1 niyra. Sarah VerPiank and Jo- siah Ver Piank. Roy Young and Mi\ and Mrs.. Stanley Hance were guests on Sunday at the home_ of Philip Krebbeks in Newark. Miss Inez VenPlank, daugh­ ter of Mr. and. Mrs, Edward Ver Plank, formerly of Marion, was married recently, in Boston - to[ Dr. Irving, .Lunt of that city. - The name of Warren -Schutt o f. Marion appears m a list of, those who have recently enlisted in the U. S. Army. Mr. and Mrs. W. J., White, erttertamed the members of, their bridge club on Friday eve­ ning at the home of vMr. .and Mrs. Sidney Lookup. Troop 137 enjoyed a ski hike -and- winter picnic dinner Sat­ urday accompanied by Philip Reynolds, assistant scoutmaster. Several of the boys were put to pass their tracking tests. Others ;.usl?d this opportunity to try -■their cooking skill. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Schuyler of Pittsford' were guests on Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dean will entertain their eqn-trget eiub at their home this Saturday eve­ ning. • • • 'Mr. and Mrs. Wesley. Nye aivd family called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall of Walworth, Sun­ day. The Home Bureau unit met on Tuesday evening in the Home Economics room's with Mrs. [' fred Temple- as leader. The topic was Family Life, f Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur DeHol- tander and Mr: and Mrs'. John DeHollander of Rochester gild Mr- and .Mrs, Raymond Wright and daughter Jean of-Newark were Sunday guests at the home of Abram Fisher Miss Doris- .Brown of Fairpprt was a guest for \dinner at the home of George Topping Satur­ day. Mb’, and Mrs. Elmer Morrisoiv and Mrs. Smith were in Roch­ ester Sunday to set' Albert Smith who remains very ill at the General Hospital but is showing- slight improvement now. William Pope of River -Forest, Illinois, and Miss Charlotte Pef- duyn who have completed their courses at Cornell University were m Manon Monday return­ ing to Ithaca for the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs Orrin Crane will entertain their bridge club at dinner on Friday evening of. this week Miss Helen Dean of Rochester was- home over Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Mildred Weldon of Roch­ ester was a guest over the week­ end of Mrs James Ooossen Mrs. Waiter McKenna. Jr . of Sodus spent Friday with Mrs Walter. McKenna. Sr. - Mr.-and M rSrBvjii .HoTT of Brockport visited Mr and Mrs. Gordon Hoff iast week. Among those who have seen the popular picture “Gone With the Wind” in Rochester this week were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. White, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Look­ up.' Mrs. Wayne Allen. Mrs. R. S. LEGAL NOTICES A M D ’ m : w o l f ’ s s u m ici-v ST\*l*l'ON — NoHci* in I n u e l i y *yiv«»n th a t tin’ p o r f e t i H h**im i n a n i u d h a v e f n r m v d a l i m i t e d p a r t n e r s h i p f o r tin- t r a n s a r t i o n of b u s i n e s s in N e s \ » a i k . N«*\v V<»rk. a n d h a v e i i t e d a rurttfirat*- ii\ t \ w Ci ^ r L ’s of \V.jyiif* t ’i st ir itv o f Yclmli t h e s i l b - staiif** is. a s f o i i o w s T h e n a n i o of th p Iimit**d i m rtii« rsb i ' p * . \ n d y I ‘‘• W'-rdf s 5S* r \ i< »■ S t a t tmt','. 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Ill’ Of u , rn ra) K ' I \ U !■- M-. H'H'M.IFU U ' t - I M l p.irt'. o . ’ iii.i > t - rt.iinui’ ti. p • i tm i s b d to ........... d of til. ......... •. ... * e r f !* t*. i*. I . f.-l II <| to ,.- 1 ... . 1 - I u i ” l>v hit-i-h n * l * i >*. -i .i ! a.mi 1111 -' t • * j i- ti,. i f • it- d .1 ■ i. j a r y -t<i. I.’* I <*f 1ll«# liltllf-l.l * .'*i -p, r « . ut of of Mo pa f I ni'I’Sili ti .» :linut« >1 part n rl«.t • r , , ,, Bush. Mi's- Sanford Bushy—Dr. and Mrs. Arthur 'Besemer, Mrs. W. E. Perduyn, Mrs. M. A- Brew­ ster, Miss Luoile Rogers, Mrs, O. D. Crane. .. Frank Jeffery is working this Week in Rochester. Mr and Mrs. Maurice -Sknmei’i who have been spending, a- few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. J- Baker, returned to their home in Ithaca Tuesday. - — Mr- and Mrs. S- C. Gurnee of Port Gibson- were guests of Mr. land Mrs. M, C. VanOstrand, Monday. Rev. M. J . ' Verduin was in- Palmyra Tuesday evening for the final session of the school of instruction .for religious workers whic.b has been in- pro- gress weeks. Mr. ver- duin has been giving a course on Stewardship. W. S. Calhoun lias improve^ in health and' is able t.o be -on duty -again at the post office. .. Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. -Chap-' man- of P.alniyra called in- Mar­ ion, Tuesday. ■ Everett Pierce Of Rochester called a t the home of R- S', Rog­ ers, Sunday- - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schut. Mrs.'Earl Leno and Mrs. Corne­ lius ‘Lepeltak called ou Eleanor .Leno at the Strong Memorial -Hospital Monday. John Kooman and Wesley Nye attended the meeting of the ■Masonic Lodge in Williamson Monday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Harold; Schut entertained the Ministers’ Circle of the Rochester Classis at their ‘home Wednesday. Feb. 7, at a chicken dinner. . Mr. and Mr-s. Garrett Mellema celebrated -the tenth anniver­ sary of their\ marriage on Mon­ day-evening by entertaining members of their family .at a dinner party at their home. The Past Matrons’ Club of -.Richards -Chap ter ■ G.-S.S. will be entertained- at luncheon a t the home of Mrs. E. H. Taylor, Sat- ur-dav, Feb: 10, by Mrs.; Taylor. -Mrs. R. S. BUSh, Mrs; W. ;E. Rer- duyn' and Mrs. M. C. VanOs- trand. ... | Mr* J. Lucier has been visit- - ing her sisters in ?Newark for a | few days. /. . ,w . „ . ,- ’ Miss Katherme DuRei of Newark called im friends ui town last week. • Mrs. William Dey, daughter d£ Jacob Bushart. is recovering from a severe illness. Dr.\ Arthur’ Besemer and Dr John VanDoorn attended _ a meeting of the County Medical Society in. Lyons Tuesday eve­ ning. , Mr: and Mrs. Ed Verdow and daughter Shirley and Mr. and Mrs Bowen Verdow were in Rochester Saturday. Feb. 3. to attend the wedding of Claranna DeWolf and Harry DeWitt at the Brighton Reformed Church. Rev. and Mrs.. Cornelius Lepfl- tak are giving A birthday party this (Thursday) evening m honor of the birthday of their | son Walter, The following will be dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Phillips, Gloria Ressue, Barbara Sanford, Elizabeth Ver Plaqk, Ann Nevil. Elizabeth Petty. Frederick Crane. Robert DeNeering, Robert Johnson, and Richard Witter. . Everett P'lexce - c£- Rochester was a Siiiiday caller at the R. B Rogers home. ‘ , 'Mr. and Mrs. Theron Forbes-I attended a dinner meeting of the Cbunty Music Teachers held a t Wolfe’s tea room Tues­ day evening. — o — ^— ■ W.C.T.U. LUNCHEON Marion—The local unit of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will hold a tureen lunch­ eon on Thursday. Feb. 15. at 12:30 p. m., at the home oi Mrs: Adeline Casterton. Mrs. Es­ ther Bi’emner will be in charge of the Frances Wil­ lard Memorial Program. Mrs. Ada Corteville will lead the de­ votions. Mrs. D W. Briggs of Palmyra will be the speaker — — — 0 — _ — 4 , . STt'DY CLUB TO MEET Marion—The next, meeting of the Marlon Study Club will oc: cur Monday evening. Feb. 19. a t the home of Mrs. R. -S. Rogers Papers Will be presented by Miss Garlock, Mrs. Wells, and- Mrs.. Schut with a reading by Mrs. Elve. The annual dinner party of the club takes place on Mon­ day evening. F.ob 12. at the home- ol Mrs. .Myroii Brewv-tcr. „— o . it pays to read the -Union- Gazette -Classified Ads. AT SCHOOL AUCTION . Four ihilcs north of I’iieJpx, 2 southeast Marblctown, Friday., Feb. 15, at 19 o’clock sharp. Having sold my farm I am selling, at public auction all my stock, farm equipment and household goods. ERNEST SHOENACKER Gifls Intra-Murals The girls- of the junior^.and senior high school have been divided into eight teams and will play a series of intra-mural games in various sports, Last week,, started the series in bas- ketball. On Tuesday the Scat­ terbrains defeated the Good Losers, with a score 21-16. Car­ men VanHoute is -captain of flje Scatterbrains and Betty Nye is captain of the Good Losers, Thursday the Filarets defeated the Chattel box team- with a score of 20-0. Calendar of Events Friday, Feb. 9—Basketball, penfield at Marion^ . Saturday, Feb. 10—8A Party. Monday. Feb. 12—No School: Lincoln’s Birthday. Tuesday, Feb. 13—Basketball. Wolcott at Marion. Boy Scout Meeting, * - Wednesday, Feb. 14— Senior Supper. ' ~ ’ * ’ Thursday, Feb. 15—Faculty Basketball game. Palmyra in Marion. Friday, Feb, 16—Basketball, Marion, at Macedon. Perfect Attendance The following bad perfect at­ tendance during -the- first semes­ ter: 1 B—Norman Weeks- 1 A— Donald Naeye, Ruth Lestei;, Lois Verduin; Gr. 2—Elmer Ver Plank, Violet Milke, Harry Ma- hrike; Gr. 3—Madelyn Datthyn. Hazel Gobeyn, Charlotte Lester. Eva Marion, Mary Ressue, .Claude Herman; Gr, 5—James Dean, Lawrence Dobbin, Charles Heinemann, Edward Hutchin­ son, Herbert Johnson, Roderick Johnson, Edward Keirsbilck, Richard- Naeye-. *Robert Schutt. Bernard Simonse, Robert Van Kouwenberg, James WheatphT Gr. 4—Gordon Adria.ansen, Dori ores Bushatt, Loretta Bushart. Germaine DeBoidere, Earl De Wlspelaere,, Mary Ann Lepeltak, Norman Neels, Albert Nevelezer, Kenneth Ruple. Donald Stryker. Lewis Stryker, Howard VanKou- wenberg-, Jeannette Bushart. | Lee Weeks; Gr. 6—Beverly Hcineman. Margaret Milke. I Helen Stryker,. Helen' Marion, Donald Lutey.n, Herbert Petty. Lloyd VanHpover, Albert Van Wyck, Gilbert Yates. Senior Carnival The Senior Class of Marlon High. .School ha* - completed plans for -the biggest carnival ever to be put on in Marion. Ip connection with the carnival, set for Friday. March 8. the i deiit.i oi the high .-.thool wii-1 present a full length Minstrel Show.'the first of its kind to be produced in Marion m many t years The band will appear as ' part of the show. , Cherry Pie Contest 1 Francis' Kennett represented Marion' Central School at the cherry, pie.bakmg- contest held last Saturday in Wolcott, In the local contest- Mary Van Strien scored next high and Cornelia DeFisher won honor­ able mention. Farm and Home Week ' A group of senior £iris from the Horiiemaking Department of the school accompanied by Mrs Laura Sweeley and a group.of senior boys from the Agriculture Department with Mr. Kenneth Wells will1 attend sessions of Farm and Home week at Ithaca next Monday and Tuesday. Oh Monday evening a group from the Music Department will go for the banquet and take part in the Amateur Musical Contest, Club Entertains Board On Tuesday evening the girls of the Homemaking Club enter­ tained members of the Board of Education ancl other ' adminis­ trative officers a t dinner in the school cafeteria, The -dinner was -planned, prepared and served by members of the Homemaking Club under the di­ rection of Miss Sweeley as -one ■of their projects of the year. The' guests included board members, H. J, Radley, S. C. Lookup-.. C. L. Seybold and. E. D. Morrison with their wives, Dis­ trict SUpt. Virginia C. Hill Of Palmyra,. Principal F. K. Mosher and Mrs.\ Mosher, Collector Mrs. L, J,. Sw.eezey and Mr. Sweezey, Treasurer R. S.,’Rogers and Mrs. Rogers, secretary' to principal. Miss Margaret Curtis. School Physician Dr. D; W, Bovet and Mrs. Bovet, Athletic' News Penfield High School will play basketball a t . Marion Friday' in a non-league game. After the game the Marion team will en­ tertain the Penfield boys in the cafeteria and will serve., light refreshments. Next Tuesday when Wol,cott comes to- Marion to play basket­ ball the game will be at 4 o’clock. The game is open to the ■public. —r --------- ^ ----------- - Senioir Supper The Seniors are sponsoring -a fhree-cent supper In the high school cafeteria February 14. Serving starts at 5; 30, Miss Lucile Roger.-- us ussi. hostess. . ■ The Honor Bright Class meet at the home' of Mrs. tr.ude Austin o n Wednesday nlng, Feb. 14. ■ The juniQ.r-In-termed-ifl.te paftment will hold a meeting at the church of dky evening, Feb- 20. -ting UPHOLSTERING —, Spini, . prices (luring Janpary and Fq i ruary on all upholstering at frepairiug. Latest fabrics, gUai (qiffiicd workmanship and 8 ItySrk called for and delivcro <Just stop in or send card a j ue will gladly call and give j i an estimate. W. B, Roche | Son, 154 W. Union St. Phone i u4-| CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend oiir deep appreciation, and gratitude for the many expressions of kindr ness and sympathy shown us a t the death, of -our son and brother,. Robert Havert Mr. and Mrs.. Abram H-i-vert uGrit ------------ - o — - CARD OF THANKS With sincere gnititud' we acknowledge thanks foi the jiruLiislon of beautiful fl -wf-rs. and -svor-da- o f sympathy, w. re- jeivod from -the death ut our loved one, Claude B Razdefi. Especifllly. do w.c appreciate-the services rendered by the fire­ men at this time. -Mrs Estelle Rawden and son 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Raw den and family uS-ft Richards Chapter Q.E.S. was ente.rtaine'd at a Valentine p^rty following the regular meeting on Wednesday evening.' Miss Mar’y A. Seiden headed the committee in charge and Mrs. Albert DeRiglit was in charge of the refreshments. Piaiis have --^been completed tor an u i ! s . school of instruc­ tion for officers of Wayne dis­ trict to be held in the Masonic Temple in Marion, Saturday. Feb 17. under the direction of Fred H. Crum. A.G.L. of W&yne district. The Dorcas Class of the Bap­ tist S.S. will meet Tuesday eve­ ning. Feb. 13. at the home of Mrs. May Stephenson w;ho will i be assisted in entertaining b y , Mrs. Nora Slovens. - , 1 The- 4-H Marionettes met\ on |, Monday , evening. Feb. 5. at the home ,of Virginia Radley. There ; were twenty-five .present. . . Miss Eunice Boekhout will be j hostess to the Tri-Class of the 1 First Reformed 'Church Mon- j day evening. - The Women's Missionary So- j ciety of the First Rvlormrtl Church will meet in the church ! parlors Wednesday afternoon. , Feb. 14. • j1 The Junior Ph.ilathea Class of the Baptist Sunday School will meet on Wednesday' eveniirgn' Feb. 1.4, at the home of Mrs Fred Cattieu. the*entertaining , committee including Mrs A. L. Dean. Mrs. T. A. Wilson and i Mrs. Frank Jeffery. . j The World Day of Prayer will : be observed in Marion by a | union service of the four worn- j en’s missionary societies. The service -will -be in the Baptist i Church this year and Mrs A. C. Brokaw of Palmyra will be pre- I sent to giVe an address. I The Help U Class of the Fre-s-J byteriaii Church will meet on\ Wednesday evening a t the. home I , of Mrs. Marian Rogers, with ! W. Ray Converse ATTORNEY AT LAW First National Bank Marion, N. Y. Hours: 2-5 Wednesday of each week ■ The Big February Furniture Sale at PARKER’S - Next to Grange Hall —r Newark TRIAL OFFER The Manufacturers of that Famous CROMAR S S OAK FLOORING Have a trial offer plan by which we can give you 100 fedt of- their Oak Flooring. . “ABSOLUTELY FREE” A phone calf to 3151 wilt bring i»\c #f our men to nuHitte how simple it is to benefit from 'Bis unusual saving— no obligation. LUMBER Co. PI 1 E Newark 190 E. Union St. PITTSBURGH DEALER OFFERS SUN­ PROOF PAINT - WALLHIDE FLAT WALL PAINT - WALLHIDE SEMI-GLOSS- FLOR- HIDE ENAMELS - WATER SPAR VAR- NISH - WATER SPAR ENAMELS. Sc 6 C 7 c 8 C 9 c 1 0 c No Changes ih Prices 1 9 4 0 Electric Refrigerator Lower in Price .Better in Quality ON DISPLAY e l e c t r i c s h o p 209 E. Union St. - Phone 544 Ottv o f Hnndrpds o f First-at WaHkriJhc new, gioii- oosly-- ffattcring slice;., th.il .copy the foot and lcg.-liugging fit' of fulf-fashioned-li,ci;ieiy-' Luxuriously sheer, beau;ifnl crystal clear silk, You'd expect to pay much more far them'! ( Ticket sale for look and Lgddsri I lual Washington lance, to be held IitU-on Thursday, iaily opeiied Moi ,-emen 1 b-oarded i broadeas't tlie o' _ the town. I All committees. . ui1 been -chosen Imer E. Roemer, nuipeinents;' ,W. Ir -of ceremonies;: lee manager; Jol tin: C. E. Brin'kbi dwell, in chai’ge -.’bert Mimms. A I , cl Fred Rawden , freMiment comm L. V. Lance, Jol ■Jke and Lewis Jo charge of dee lure hall a-ppirc -hington’s birth Colorful h a t a: ,’d to the f-u-ni nd IQuestions for Fir puke eaters, stre: [me., have b e e n . Hall and. the iriqe.s, Fjre Ch-lel 11. Henry'Frey rBu-ren. * Iwniners this we' -unced as Albert I ( ns RD, and Mai nihne hooten$, Li ik .and Dorothy I I of Newark RD. 'he contest will e week of ,th> dai is. invited to -tious in to vie -■ekly prizes and ' -■np the audi-ene I t s that attend ■d questions to v Hull, Newark. IVoUmteers who ex m thq' First £ -c.ms by answerii: l-T’i at the party |i'j-ve valuable pri - N'ewark Merehafi JUNK Jeait Buck enterl |i a: friends at...he] n St. Sunday b 4. in celebrat I i'rn birthday aani jRoiinie Sapp has home oh Myrtle P' ter Ebertz of liutiiig his grandm Vitz Beeman of \ The Sunshine Git :.ns School met 0 : ■•f0. and elected h j ' the next 20 w< In President, Pai e president, Doro secretary, Sari |*n; treasurer, Man -•ie, Thomas Sedg Little Evelyn Lyk JlPd t.CV hpu Hrvrft’Pv ft L St. by illness. Edwin DeWandbi home.this weel Mary Page, daugh -:d Mrs. Harold Pa I'nion St. eelebratet i rthday anniversar; u- clrvy, Jan, 31. | Jimmy Dee was ill un iviyxt ----------------- o ---------- (eaith OfiSc Report Cites In Syphilis |A marked drop in -’-e diseases, alori •■ht rise in g'eneral Jk’ diseases, exc mcplng. cough, wai [ F C. Donnelly, vill '\cr. in his anhtial to the AZillage . pr.day C): Donnelly saic ' fell off from 13 c :u e cases treated d: that there were • of whoppi’'!? c Irted in the village |red,to 125 during if \ n’Rcated former r ‘Tus for a water s h -Tk Lake and for rtiqn of garbage ' here. ■ he report showed 1 17 deaths due h'-ta last year, with |)orted. In 1938 ther B' n- out of 75 .cases. Imeningitis resulting ' hsted, the first i Prt- Cases of mea 938 to 116 fu’-iet .ffever •jumped I?-'’ in .1938 to 30 du thei’e -were 16 (JlkeH .pox-last year ’ in 1938. . bsAs of diphthei '• ■ smallpox, ty.ph angina, qr ( > pporied. Dr.. Dot 'fi perso^w ete-?! ’*• ''t tm-allpox at r- immhiitted agai -i. and : 118 exan P - citiosis- lit six eih

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