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• • ?V; TWO NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION,ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, MARCH. 21, 1940 7 i o | telephoni Miss Ja n e t Snyder, secre­ ta r y t o t h e p r incipal a t P l a t t s ­ b u r g h S t a te N o rinal School, will arrive hom e n e x t Tuesday to spend a ten - d a y vacation w ith h e r p a r e n ts, Mr. aiid M rs. A. D. S n y d e r o£ W est ■ M iller St. Miss Alice Young, m e m b e r of \the P lattsb u r g h faculty, will accom p a n y M iss Snyder, a n d will visit friends in F a irport. Mr. and M rs. B e r n a ld C. Bush of West M iller S t. are th e p a r e n ts o f a d a u g h ter, Carolyn W h itbeck B u s h , weight. 6 lbs., 12 Oz.. born a t Newark H o s p ital on Tuesday, M a rch 19, 1940. T h e \S titch an d C h a tt e r ” C lub h e ld a regular m e e ting a t th e hom e of Mrs. G eorge B a rker, on B a rtle Avenue, last w e e k Friday, M a rch 15. A one ' o'clock luncheon an d b ir th d a y p a r ty w ere held in celebration o f th e b ir th d a y anniversary of M r s ,, R ose Filkirts o f S o u th M a in St. I Mr. '\B radley C u tting o f M adison A v enue received word S u n d a y o f th e serious illness of his m o th e r in B u f­ falo an d left o n M o n d a y to visit her. Six Newark stu d e n ts will •leave tlie Syracuse University cam p u s S a turday to spend- sp r in g vacation, M a rch 23 to. April 1. at home They are M iss Joyce B a h tnr of -133 W. ’ U n ion S t r e e t,..Jo h n SehauTz . o f 21S. B rospeet. S t ., H o w ard BspeiimiUer of 321 West A v enue, H a rold N e a l of 212 W ilson Street. How ard Ridley o f # 5 M adison Street, and B e n jam in DeYoung o f 212 East Avenue. I • N o n -D e n o m inational R i B | e \ F e a turing C lothes C losets”. _ _ ! Class—w ith . Mrs. E thel Fish- i r . A. M.—R e g u lar .meeting o f 1 M W E \ E f I f fb a u g h as -teacher,, -meets every” N e w a rk C h a p teri 117, R. A. M., 1 . i f . I f E f t - E f . -IlL Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. w m [>e held Monday,, M a rch 25, in the Library. T h e Book; o f ; in M ason ic Hall. Leslie C h a m - Genesis is being studied, in th e j p l o a pf p h e lps ^11 b§ m - e h a r g e class s tudy of. th e first five books | p f jhe m eeting, of th e Bible. I — —i. A m e rican Legion A u x iliary, G e o rge Noviii, a stu d e n t - a t -Hamilton College. Clinton,. N, Y„ Will arrive hom e next w e e k to spend th e S p r ing va­ cation w ith his m o ther, M rs. E. A. Nevin of B a r tle Avenue. , M iss M ary H ines of G e n eseo - S tate- N o rm a l School will- a r ­ rive hom e on S a tu r d a y to . spend th e E a s te r vacation - w ith h e r m o ther, Mrs. John HiUes of Colton Avenue. M rs. R o b e rt Robbins, who h a s spe.nt several Weeks w ith Mr, an d Mrs. C a rlton P u lver o f G race Av.e., returned on W e d n e sday of this week to h e r hom e i n L a k e land, Florida, accom p a n ied by h e r sister. M rs. C a r lto n Pulver, who will spend several weeks there. Leslie V a n H u b cn, of H o u g h ­ to n College, will arriv e next week t o spend his s p r ing vaca­ tion w ith his paren ts. Mr.,.and M rs. Lewis Van-Buben of Lyons Road. ' -Miss. T h e t a a VanH o u te, a stu d e n t a t H o u g h ton College, a n d g r a d u a te o f Newark H igh School, will arrive hom e next week -to spend- t h e spring vaca­ tion w ith h e r p a r e n t s in So­ dus. G raii t Pulver, a stu d e n t at A lbany Business -College, a r ­ rives hom e today to spend a te n d a y E a s ter recess W ith his. p a r e n ts, Mr. an d Mrs. C h a rles P u lver of G race Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John D e G roat o f W est M iller St.. will e n te r ­ ta i n th e ir card club on F riday evening of th is week. - i Mrs. Roy W inans a n d daugh.- 1 t e r s o f W illiam son visited Mrs. W inans’ m o ther, Mi’s . ' A n n a ( B ishop , of W est U n ion St. on |. S a tu r d a y o f last week. 1 1 T’i Mr, a n d M rs. R o s s W a rner of Lily St. en tertain e d a t d r i ­ ller on Tuesday evening -Mr. an d Mrs. Joseph G rieve an d fam ily, who left W e d n e sday \ f o r th e i r hew hom e in.Cfswegcn- 1 H fir Miss Alieia P a r k e r, of R u s ­ sell- Sage College: Troy, N. Y., will arrive T h u rsday to' spend th e E a s te r reeess w ith her p a r e n t s , Mr, an d M rs. H a rry W. P a r k e r of E a s t M iller St. Mrs. A. E. P r a t t. Mrs. Car,l- to n P r a t t o f Ford St., .Mr. -George K a il of N o rth M a in S t.. a tte n d e d th e fu n e r a l of C h a f ies K a il in ,R o c h e s te r on Tuesday o f this week. Mr. and Mrs. H a rry Youngs o f Mason St. e n tertain e d at a fam ily din n e r o n S u n d a y in ho n o r of th e b ir th d a y a n n i ­ versary of th e i r son. Clifford Youngs, of C a n a n d a igua. M r. and- Mrs, E u g e n e Me iClellan o f W a s h ington St. left -last- -week for D e tr o it, Mich.. w h e re Mr. M cClellan will be \• e m p loyed for some tu n e in th e in terests of Jackson-P e rkiha Co. Mr., a n d M rs. F reem a n Tack, M rs. O liver Young, Clifford t Young®, M fs. F r a n k R a sehe ] spent S a tu r d a y in R o c h e ster • M rs, C a roline Giesy of. cad ia sp e n t S a tu r d a y w ith -her- b r o th e r , G e o rge Stell and •Mrs. Stell of M ason St. i Mrs. George C h a p m a n of Jefferson Ext. e n te r ta i n e d her bridge cliib Iast S a turday -evp- r—hem e- .• T h e Rev. B e n jam in De i Young o f E a s t Avenue will Miss F a y e B a rtleson. a stu d e n t a t H o u g h ton College, H o u g h ton, N Y.. will arrive h o m e M a rch 29 to sp e n d the spring recess w ith h e r p a r ­ en ts, Ml-, and ■ .Mrs. F r a n k B a r tleso n of E a s t Avenue Jo h n Rqss. a stu d e n t a t N o tre D am e U n iversity, S o u th B e n d , I n d .. arriv e d la s t S u n - w ith h is p a r e n ts, Mr. a n d Mrs A n thony R o ss of Willow Ave. W a llace Couse of V ienna S t. is a p a ti e n t in N e w a rk 'H o s ­ p ital. . leave next M o n d a y for Ann- ville. K e n tucky, to spend a week. T h e R e v ..D e Y o u n g will meet, Mrs. D e Y o u n g an d M iss. D o rothy F a a s . w h o have been spending several weeks in Florida, and will re tu r n home w ith them . - THRU THE AISLES I ■ A ttention. -Editor of “The Gossip” ! I am so sorry to dis­ appoint you b u t in this case ! J e r r y R idley is a boy no t a girl! I . . . T a lk about inopportune ! a p p endectom ies. One certainly ' h it Nelson Durfee at the wrong, {“tim e ! S o sorry Nels . . , Sum n e r ; M u n n could have been seen. ' walking Corky Seheetz home, recently . . Poor Helen W eicher. she looks like a lost soul now •; t h a t Don is ill ivith rheum a tic ! fe.ver : . . G ilbert h a s all of us I d a ted u p for W ash., and the j o thers a r e n 't doing so bad Girls, d o n ’t forget this is Leap Year: A ll aboard. W ashington, or “B u s t” iWe will be bu s ted '. M r. an d M rs. Harold\ M illi- m a n an d fam ily of .G e n e v a spexits l a s t w e e k - e n d a s ';- th e U g M s I s trf-M rs. 2 -MiftnTtoTCrey\ in d M B s B e r th a F rey of ■forth M ain St. M rs. Coles Redfield- o f ' th e W a r r e n s b u r g h faculty will a r ­ rive T h u rsday 'to d a y ) to sp e n d th e E a s ter w e e k -end w ith Mr. Redfield. an d h e r p a r e n ts, M r an d M rs. G e o rge B a r k e r . B a rtle Ave. N icholas M u rchioh, a s t u ­ d e n t a t N o tre D a m e U n iver­ sity ..South B e n d . Ind., arrived last Sunday to spend th e E a s ­ te r vacation, w ith his p a r e n ts, Mr. and M rs. Louis M a rchioli of W est S h e r m a n Avenue. R a y n o r Holm es h is been ill a t his homo on G race Ave. for th e past week. Mr. an d M rs R ich a r d Q h a f- •fee left W e d n e sday for St. Petersburg, Florida', w h e re th e y will spend a b o u t two weeks as th e guests of Mr, C h a ffee’s paren ts. Mr. an d M rs. A. B. C h affee, who are spending th e w inter there. R a lp h S m ith o f G r a n t St. left last w eek for Florida, w h e re he w ill join Mrs. S m ith a n d th e i r son. R o b e rt, who have been spending several weeks there. They are expect­ ed to re tu r n hom e next week. M iss -Mabel S c h u ld t re- torhediM o n d a y t o h e r w o rk in N e w a rk a f te r being confined i?y illness to h e r hom e in Lyons. H a r o ld Stiles, a stu d e n t - a t the U n iversity of Rochester., will arrive tom o rrow (Friday) to spend th e E a s ter recess w ith his parents. Mr. an d Mrs. H a rold Stiles of E a s t M iller St A b ir th d a y party w a s given in ho n o r of Miss Isabelle Mae -Rice, 340 E a s t U n ion S t ./W e d ­ n e s d a y evening, M a rch 13. T h o se present w e re E s ther -R o lland.~uf - Macedon; Mtrrtar r :iP c u n e r - o f - - P ttelp s r F rances ■ N a ry, T h e lm a D e W eaver, •M ary Cook, E d n a B lackm a n . Je a n e t te DeBout, W ilm a Berg- stra , Florence D eCIark, Alice G a ry, S a r a h Naeye, E lizabeth Em iel, an d Ola Mae A lting, all of N ewark. Mrs. C, A. Newcomb re ­ turned M o n d a y evening to h e r hom e in D e n v er. Colorado, a f t e r visiting h e r brother, Du a n e H. Brow n and fam ily “ o r G K tnl a j.. an d a tten d in g the funeral o f h e r m o ther, Mrs Flora Brown. Sodas Center—Mr. an d Mrs.\ R a y m o n d B ritlgem a n of Lyons were-, S u n d a y gpeats-ef, M r. and -Mxk;-A- £ fillls. ‘ . w ^ - Mr. a n d Mrs- W illiam Dailey of Syracuse a n d Mr. an d Mrs. E rnest H u tchinson of N o rth Rose s p e n t Sunday w ith Mr. and Mrs. F r a n k Dailey. M r. a n d Mrs. M yron Sw a rd- h o u t a n d daughter. B a rbara, of C a n a n d a igua s p e n t S u n d a y w ith Mrs. Ju l i a Carlson. Mir. a n d Mrs G eorge R. B o r- radaile en tertain e d S u n d a y Mr. and M rs. H a rry O 'Brien of R o c h e s ter and Mrs. M a rtha Hall of Sodus. M r. a n d Mrs Edw a rd C. J o h n ­ son have been in Pennsylvania for the p a s t two weeks because of th e illness of Mrs. Johnson’s m o ther. Mrs Ella Phillips. M iss Je a n Bri.see spent the w e e k -end with h e r cousin, .Miss Dorothy Collier, a t Newark, N. Y. Mrs. Alice Ford left S a turday to spend a few weeks w ith h e r daughter, Mrs. Carl Lbckner in Elmira - ' ....... I Mrs. C a rrie Brown of P h e lps j is spending a few days w ith her son G o rdon Brown and M rs. I Brown i Miss Jea n firise? and W illiam | West will leave T h u r s d a y m o rn- FajrvUle—1There w ill, be spe­ cial E a s ter services a t - the. Th'esi- byterian C h u r c h .Sunday., m o r n ­ ing. Mrs., G e o rge Mills an d Mrs. Clifford S tell o f Slab 'City called on Mrs. Ja m e s B e rem a n Friday.’ M r. a n d M rs. A lbert W eim er of Point- P le a s a n t called -on.M r. an d Mrs. W illiam w e im e r \'Situ- | day, Mi-s.. J a m e s Boremah- s p e n t ; . ' ' t v , . ... the w e e k -end withi Mr, and M r s . . Aiu'tWn Bridge .Club — will Abram. L a g e n o r a t Lyons. m eet/on Thursday, M a rch -8, a t Mi-, a iid M rs. D avid Stone and [ the hom e of M rs. T. H. Hol- fam ily. Mr. and Mrs.. G len n ’l kf°ok,. W est Maple Ave. W eim er an d fam ily, F r e d W eim- I ■ „ \— to- , ' eiv ancl M r. Louis O d n o tt of i Q***«n Esther Circle—of Ever-Ready. B ridge Cliil)—m et Tuesday a t the hom e of Mrs. William- Robinson, W est M iller St. N e x t week. Tuesday th e club ivil-l be e n tertain e d a t the home »£ Mrs. C a rrie Bureroff. o f W est Miller S t - th e Lyons sp e n t S u n d a y a t th e | M ethodist C h u rch was ento \ hom e of- Mr. and\ Mrs. A r th u r taiired a t th e hom e of Miss Weimer. Mrs.. A b ram Lagenor called on Mrs. W illiam W eim er T h u rsday. T h e a n n u a l m e e ting o f the P resbyterian Sapiety will b e held a t th e ch u r c h at 8 p. m. M o n ­ day, M arch 25, to h e a r reports, - „ „ , . T ,. , elect officers and tran s a c t o t h e r i C a feteria Supper The Ladies business. t o Aid .of th e L u theran C h u rch will T h e W o m e n ’s M issionary,,So- | sponsor- a -cafeteria supper on Eleanor Goldsworthy a t a fa r e ­ well party for Mrs. E. I . A n ­ drews b n M a rch 15. T h e latest m eeting was held at th e ch u r c h . Pldns are being m ade for a m em b ership drive. „ »' ciety will m e e t a t the Presby­ terian C h u rch at 3 p. m-. M o n ­ day. A piciiie supper wtlj be served a t 6:30. Each fam ily is asked to furnish rolls a n d one dish of food-. Everyone is invited. T h e L a d ies' Aid m e t w ith M rs. V a n d e rbilt T h u rsday. Mr, an d M rs. R a y m o n d H ille- geer and son.. D e an, o f Newark Were d in n e r guests of Mr. a n d Mrs. H. F i s c h e r ori Sunday. T h e occasion w a s Mrs. Hillegeer-’s birthday. W ednesday evening, M a rch 27, from 5:30 p. m. on in th e church dining room-. A u g u st M auer Post—will m e e t to n ig h t (T h u rsday) a t 8 p, m, in the P o s t Rooms,. JUNIOR JOTTINGS C h a rity League—m e t T u e s ­ day evening a t 8 p. m. w ith Miss M a.rgaret W eicher, W est M iller St. Miss Ellen V anD u ser was a s 'i s t a n t hostess. The pupils a t D istrict No. 4 school have organized a new club, called t h e Blue C u t -Hob­ b y Club. The club m e e ts on T h u r s d a y afternoon 'a t 2:30. T h e following officers have beeii elected :- P r e s id e n t, M ar­ ion' H a v e rt; vice-president, : R ich a r d H a v e rt; treasu r e r , Al­ b e r t H artnUgel; recording, sec­ retary , Dorothy De W ispelaere: corresponding secretary, P a u ­ lin e Lootens: advisor, Mrs. H e len Roemer. \ On T h u rsday, M a rch 21, the club is/planning to hold a dinner a n d E a s ter P a r ty in th e schoolroom. St. celebrated his fourteenth birthday anniversary oiv W ed­ nesday. M arch 20. j Are They Whispering ! “ Y O t T R E S K I N N Y ] juh n n y Christy Dougherty is ill at hi.s home -on South M ain St. II’ h a Nhii||iie tftr a ^-irl n U u -hvoks KLjl ii y. SIm* m a y nei*(l Hie Aiiaminto < an<I Iran of Viuol diet »t> itlii avjieiite ah (| jui<] 1 tive pmiials. Get yotir drug atore* vinoi 'toru/j*.1^ TQIYAY -you caii buy •this big 6.2-cu. ft. size c;.E model LBfTB OHwstrated at‘ left)— for o nly ->* Now-19-iO model. All-steel cabiris. Suj)er \Freezer. Famous Seaied-iii,SteeLG KS'Vtt<'?1 Unn. 1,1,7 sq.,fc. shelf, area S i b f ohice ^ V o c a l R e c i t a l b y M iss A b b o t t L i s t e d W omen’s Civic Club—T h e re will be n o m e e ting of the W om­ en’s Civic Club tonight. The next m eeting will be held Thursday evening. April 4. Dorothy S h e a rer is ill w ith th e ehieken pox at h e r hom e on W ashington St, YOU'LL ALWAYS BE GLAD YOU BOUGHT A GENERAL ELECTRIC CONDITIONED AIR! C o n t r o l l e d tern- p e r a t u r e , h u m i d i t y , .a n d . c o n s t a n t cir­ c u l a t i o n o f fre s h e n e d ' a ir . SUECT1YE STORAGE. A i l f o u r need?,! zo n e s — S u b - F r e e z i n g .S t o s i g e ; E x tra. C o l d S t o r a g e ; C r i s p i n g S t o r a g e . S a f e ty - Z o n e C e n t r a l S t o r a g e . ■ • ALL-STEEL CABINET, b u i l t fo r long life . O n e - P i e c e p o r c e l a i n in t e r i o r , a n d p o r c e l a i n e x t e r i o r s , to o ! _ STAINLESS.STEEL S u p e r - F r c e / e r and M o d e l B 8 -40 STAINLESS STEEL S l i d i n g S h e lv e s : Jim m y Cole of W est Union S t. sp e n t last week .with h is grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Freeh of Vienna St. • T raveler’s Club m e e ting—was ( held M o n d ay a t the hom e of Mrs _ S tu a r t Farynr, B a r tl e . A vp . I TP J ■ p i 1_ ! E. A. B a u m g a r tn e r gave a j 1 u e s a a y a t U n u r c n : p a p e r on Czechoslovakia. Th; Jo h n Barker o f E a s t M aple Avenue will celebrate h is sev­ e n t h b ir th d a y anniversai'y ori Tuesday, M arch 26. Read What General Electric Says; \'We believe the new 1940 G-E Re­ frigerator to be. the finesr pfoUucr of its Rind'ever dftered to the Araecicin’ pubhCT^onc that will cost you less to own than any other refrigerator you can buy at any price.’* ILLUMINATED TEH B E M tU R E W flL '1,1- A - E r o s t In d i c a t o r . T h l i f t o m e t e r . In­ te r i o r L i g h t i n g , E g s y r e l e a s i n g , f a n fre e z i n g Q u i c k T r a y s . P y r e x D ish c v SEALED-IN,STEEL G-E THRIFT UNIT famed throughout thy world I t 3 u i e t , lo w - c o s t o p e r a t i o n a n d en­ u r i n g eco n o m y , SCHUfcZ On T u e s d a y evening a t 8 o’clock in th e S u n d a y School next m e e ting will be held a t th e home of M rs. M a rshall L.viug- j M onday. I Joe Santoro of E a s t M iller “ M a k e t h e H o u s e a H o m e * Room of t h e M . E. C h u rch P r o f ;j ?;‘>1!’hB« le'y on A r th u r G. Y o u n g will p r e s e n t ' ‘ c • i The o f n cers C l u b - o f Amitie . t - C h a p ter. O.E S.. will m e e t in the ? _ : *0[|8e rooms on T h u rsday eve- th e piau o . T h e p r o g r a m is as mug. D e ssert will be served a t follows: ‘1 7 30 followed by a business and Song^-A H e a r t T h a t ’s F r e e ,,iri.t 1 m eeting. (R o b y n ), K ashm ii-i Song, (F in- to ____ den),- Love-’s*da—A terchant, (Ga- ' Newark G range—will hold a (jffiiferaiifias.'Aijbetkr ■’Pia-no S o lo .1 p icnie .supper bu Friday eveuhig. Valse” B riIliante fC h h p in i—\Ed- I M a rrh 22 Those who are not w a rd D eY o u n g ; Song. A B irth- Solicited are asked to f u rnish-as d a y ('W o o d man), M adrigal (C h a m inade i , G ian n in a M ia, F r o m th e comedy - opera, “The- F ire b y ” (Frintli — Miss A b b o tt; P ian o Solo, From a W a n d e ring Iceberg (MacDow- ell i —E d w a rd D eY o u n g ; Song, A S p ir it Flower, (T iptqn), Indian Love Cali iF r i m l ’, II Bacio, The K iss -i-A-rditi) — Miss. Abbott; Piano Solo, Finale, from the So­ n a t a i G rieg i —Edw a rd DeYoung; Song, One F in e Day, from M a ­ dam e B u tterfly (Puccini)—Miss A b b o tt. usual. The piogram is ,in c h a r g e o f Mr. and Mi's. Maurice WeL cher. Reed Class—will m eet Mon­ day evening. M a rch 25. a t 8 p. m .. a t . P a r k . Presbyterian C h u rch. Election qf officer,, will take place. ~ Newark C o n tract Club—will m e e t T h u rsday, M a rch 28, for luncheon a t 1 p. m. at The W o lfs w ith cards later a t the hom e of Mrs. A. N Christy, i South M ain S t ; Poultrym e n should n o t be in i too g r e a t a h u r r y to t u r n off th e artificial lig h ts for th e laying flock. W a it u n til a f te r A p ril I . Arcadia Unit 5, Home Bureau ■—will m eet W ednesday, M a rch 27, a t th e hom e of Mrs. Howard Laible. The su b ject will be Dr; and Mrs. C h a rles Steya -ai-t—of'^Lyons-are-t-he—pa: o f a son, b o m a t th e B a rber Hospital\ in Lyons on T h u r s ­ day, M a rch 14, 1940. Mrs. M y rtle M cDonough of M oore S t . re tu r n e d Tuesday evening to h e r hom e a f ter spending— s e v e ral d a y s in R o c h e s ter w ith h e r daughter, M rs. H a rold R. C o n n o lly-and family. For Spring and Easter Charm Gay frocks to wear under your coat - - prints navy a n d pastels to j o i n t h e Eas- M r. and. M rs. E a r l C o lburn _ o f Rose, an d M r. a n d Mrs. G lenn C o lburn an d son. R ich­ ard, of G e n e v a , w e re Sunday guests o f Mr. an d Mrs. E. D. C o lburn of E a s t U n ion St. T h e .group atten d e d “G r a p e s of W r a th ” in th e aftern o o n a t th e C a p itol -Theatre. xora G o o ssen o f C h u rch St. will ieave T h u r s ­ d a y (tonight) fo r Mayville, to spends the E a s ter w e e k -end w ith h e r grandm o ther. M r. an d M rs. W. T, P u r ­ chase and* fam ily are m o v ing th is week from -Coitori Ave. to the co rn e r of C h u rch St. and Colton Avenue. IP-; Mr. an d Mrs. B e r n a r d Ed­ w a r d S t r a tt o n o f 1138 N o rth M a in S t. are th e p a r e n ts of a d a u g h ter, P a tr ic ia A n n , born ,_M a r c li JR. 1940. . M r, an d M rs. R o b e rt Rny- field of R o c h e s ter. Mr. an d Mrs. Lloyd Sanford a n d daughter, Ann, of O n e ida, an d M iss Alicia P a r k e r of R u ssell Sage College will spend E a s te r Sunday w ith th e i r p a r e n ts, • Mr. an d Mrs. H a rry W P a r k e r of E a s t M iller S t “ $30 to.$300 — 20 months to repay To re - e s tab lish - y o u r ered it coiifsolidate debts, Have o n ly one place to. pay — com e i n -r* .phone-— write, LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS CO-M AKER AND AUTOS—NO INSURANCE REQUIRED 34 Seneca S t. O v e r K e illy’s DTy Goods Store 2n d Floor Tel. 2334 G e n e v a , N. Y. ; LOANS MADE IN N E ARBY TOW NS .......... It’s the b e s t dining, room buy 'you a c o u ld possibly m ake! Every detail o f costly D u n c a n Pjhyfe fu r n itu r e is in th is rich, m a h o g a n y veneer dining room su ite I : F ull length: china, ffihinpf. Figure flattering dress-mak- er coats, softly tailored and fitted. Black, Navy. with p lenty of storage space Deep, room y shield back chairs handsom e ly ■ uphol­ stered- to tapestry. ’ B u ffet .w ith p len ty of draw e r space. Full size table. . 5end the true expression* of your E a ster greet­ ings, w ith select flowers. A ll the favorite Vari­ eties for Spring a re h e r e , . . they’ll m a k e “ H er\ eyes brighten when she sees your greetings on Easter m orning! Tweed Reefers and'boxy styles. Misses and women's sizes, P r o m p t D e l i v e r i e s - t o T i m e l o r E a s t e r — Send Flowers by Tele^Graham — .fM l To . m G R A H A M Madison Ave, T h e F l o r i s t Newark. Phone 790 The Daylight Store I-.UIK I’R-ESl Willis R. Sai Fr;u.(V-. 9:30 a. 'l/.ttle Chun die rhtldren of 1 ■primatv dcpartm siii'da.V.-T rise service and t|le . young peb; cl\l‘o1,1 m .-C h u ! a:; d' .part m ents l -F a s t e 14 .* Vice M c:.i- •V ■ u.ty. 7:30 ::;FCtmg. at ■FIRST BJ Tin- idore C. M< E.,uvr Sunday, .- Si-iv ice a t of -the. Class. P\'i> 10 30 a. m— I jlup •> ad Churcl Thrati'cy Meyer- the suaj'cct \W ht U p \ Topic fo r a< .. dcpartr school, pejpo D im ’:' o :;) m -Youm ::.p M eeting ARCADIA R Uev. B. DeYo E.. ter Service Sor.d.ty School T:-.* :e will be r The c.ongr . tdfd to a tten d £ Fcst.wii to be he W.'. :,.:v.son Refor 7 nvinck. The- eh Church* Coic’v will furn ;nu - :.:i; numbers. ST. .MICHAEL Rev. J. J. Ga ' E.t-tcr Sunday 8 if' ’) 30: High : ST.'.MARK’S : . c; Sen Charles W. Wa -cl Friday f from J2 l S-.i.day, 8:30 O-'imr.mion. Bisl Re.aiinmer will ( si';::, -a and adn t : r.rmation. 1! .i m —Cho p Reinheim : Tim.-,ecrate B, UITHODIST i 7:30 .cd by t H ■. distric t : -dowed b y a a t 8:30. Sunday mornil' •10 u cYck in c h a s c; H-'uahton. c..t s-hool. 6. l I’ La : ; b-.- u:f. - * desiring .' :rs at tl: : Sunday i them to tl afternoon. (. C..r 7 3*1 ■Brr-. IMMANUEL 1EI Walter H. Ku H Week :s rial servic .. 'veiling a t • • -''The La s : -.day mornii ok Serm o n , 1 Church Scl '.an Endea P m —Hoiy < HIUSTIA M attrr\ is tl I- . Mi \I. ,- ■-S i r m o n • n*t. Sciei h ’24 The not u p <n.e upoi add- r u s t i thieves al“ 'M a - m raiser m c r of , '' 11 a. n D a. m. ■l '-.'day c i; -Wed \ \-nis'are Vll are - .service! Room kl.DUEMER 1 lt'-rlrain Dallu r’ - “1 F riday, 7 A p e r a b o u t Meti

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