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‘-I TELEPHONE NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND-MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1940 THREE ,.Ai;K PRESBYTERIAN Lillis -R. Sanderson;© P astor Fi-a.iv 9:30 ©a. m .—G o o d F r i - ‘©I'kle C h u rch. S e r v ice’ fo r me children, o f ©the J u n i o r a n d ■Pfimai'V d e p a r tm e n ts. \tu'idav T a. m .-^E a s ter S u n - rl> Service and b r e a k f a s t f o r the yo.ung people’s o f ©the cliiu-v'h 10 a .all' O' pvjp-V H .* , :n m .-C h u r c h School for .part men ts ©but th e young -E a s te r M o rning S e r ­ vice M c:.i© ©.L.ty. aicetm.s r: 30© p. m .—Reed at th e church. ©F1BST BAPTIST Tlie iiiore C. Meyer, M inister I E.,,tt©r Sunday, 7 a. m .—S u n - - ..© Si ivice a t th e chjurch in 7:urii of ©the©. S e n ior Young P©up.'.©©' ©Class. ^ 10 10 a. m ,—M o rning W o r- ,’-,:p and C h u rch School. Rev. Theodore Meyer© w iil sp e a k on the sutijcct \\Whom G o d R a is e d Up\ Topic fo r ad u lt arid 'y o u n g prop. Di'.i’:'© o :p m --Young People’s F e l- : :©..p ©Meeting in th e cliiirch ?:.:::© departments© in th e .school, ’‘T rium p h . Over ARCADIA REFORM ED . Kev. B. DeYoung, P a s to r E.. ter Service a t 10:30 a. m. S:;i©.d.vy School will m e e t a t 12. T:©., :c will be no evening ser-' The congregation is in - c a d to a tten d a n E a s te r Song Fes'm ai to be h e ld in. t h e E a s t W.: :..:u>on R e form e d C h u r c h a t ■ avhi.-k. T h e choirs of t h e 'R e - d C h u rches of \Wayne Ci>ii:©’v will fu r n ish th e special :nu -:.©vi; num b ers. ST. MICHAEL’S CHURCH Itcv. J. J. Ganey, Pastor © ©Ea-ter Sunday., Masses: 7:30, 8 F n© 30: High M ass 10:30. \ ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL Charles W. Walker, Rector G - >d- Friday —- T h r e e H o u r Serro-o from 12 noqn to 3 p.; m . S'.i.da.v, 8:30. a. m.—Holy O'T.m’.mion. Bishop B a r tle H. Re, Kinmer will celebrate Com - ©.. :: and ad m in ister rite of mutation. : a m - - C h o r a l E u c h a rist. . p R e inheim e r will p r e a c h : ron-secrate th e church. 'U.THODIST CHURCH .©. 7:30 p. m.—P r a y e r ed by th e Rev. S. G. ■ '.©. ©n. district su p e r in ten d - ■h.iwed b y an .official board • © t a t 8:30. G Houghton. 11 a. m .—S u n - c.a s-hooi. 6. p. m .^-Epw o rth Li : b©© . 1 desiring to have m em - 1 ws at th e ch u r c h . o p Sunday a r e asked .to them to th e ch u r c h S a t - afternoon. I MMANUEL EVANGELICAL Waller H. K u h n e , P a s to r H ©h Week is being observed ,© n a l services th a t begin • ■ 'veiling a t 7:45 o ’clock. -©'The L a s t W eek”. s ©I ©.day m o rning w o rship, 10 ■ k Sermon, “The R e s u r r e c - Church School, 11:15 a.m . ©.an Endeavor, 6:30 p.m. p m —Holy W eek Song i. C..r ' 3' ■Srr Gibson Notes During Week P o r t Gibson—A n early E a s ter S u n d a y W o rship.S e rvice will be h e ld a t t h e P o r t G ibson M e tho­ d ist C h u r c h a t 7 a. m „ t h e Rev, P a u l E.© K irk p a tr ick , pastor, a n ­ n o u n c e s . East®? exercises will be h e ld a t 10:30 a. m . M r. an d M rs. C laude W ilson Mrs. K e n n e th J. M iner ■Newark—©Mrs. D o rothy L e a h M iner] 27, of 619 E a s t U n ion St., ©died a t th e N e w a rk H o s p ital on W ednesday evening, M a rch 13. B o rn in B u tler, N, Y., o n Aug­ u s t 5, 1912, sire, ©was t h e d a u g h ­ ter of Mr, an d M rs. F r o s t F itch. Sur-viving a r e . h e r p a r e n ts, oF o t M r W o lcott; h e r h u s b a n d , K e n n e t h I h e h a s been engaged in build­ ing boats. '©• 1 Surviving a r e his w ife, K itty C rossm a n G reenw o o d ; three, children, R a y m o n d , an d E lm a , ! of N o rtheast, M a ryland, a n d .E d ­ w a r d , o f Syracuse. - F u n e r a l services will be h e ld F r iday a t the hom e , w ith b u r i a l in C a n o g a , N. Y. spring v a c a tio n W ith h e r p a r ­ ents, Mr. And: M rs. F . W. A tkin­ son. A ttorney an d M rs, Jo h n J. Moore w ere d in n e r guests last W ednesday evening of M r. and Mrs. Jo h n M iles i n Lyons. Miss Lois M c C a rty, who teaches a t G lens Falls, will re­ tu r n T h u r s d a y to p a s s th e vaca­ tio n w ith h e r m o th e r , M rs, T h u r s ton M cCarty,' © Mrs. F . Linw o o d M y e rs e n te r ­ tained- a t a lin e n show er. F r id a y evening for M iss Evelyn B a c o rn whose m a r r iage to A lfred F l e t- ] c h e r will tak e place M a r c h 24. Sew a rd H e n d ricks of N iagara Falls w as a recen t g u e s t Of h i s fa th e r G e o rge H e n d r ick s a n d Mrs. H e n d ricks. “F u n on th e P o d u n k L im ited” , Was presented by a c a s t from Sodus G r a n g e S a t u r d a y evening in th e L e a v e n w o rth C e n tr a l school auditorium in W o lc o tt fo r ©the benefit of th e senior class o f t h a t school a n d th e sch o larsh ip fu n d o f W olcott G r a n g e . Cornell b u l l e t i n . E-285 tells© about the use o f concrete on th e farm . For a free copy©, New York S ta te residents m ay w r ite t o ©the New York S t a t e College o f Agri­ culture at' Ith a c a , New Yorism ^ Uncle Ab says© some law y ers go_ to .farm ing because farm e rs go\ to lawing. J. M iner'; one d a u g h te r , L o r­ raine; a n d a n in f a n t son; one . sister, A rlita F iteh, o f W o lcott, S h e w a s a -m em b er of the M e thodist C h u r c h in W o lcott. F u n e r a l services, w ere h e ld S u n ­ day a t 2:30 p. m . from th e Schulz F u n e r a l P a rlors, Rev.© A r th u r (Morey of the© W olcott\ M e thodist • C h u rch officiating, w ith in te r m e n t in W o lcott: Cemetery. M rs. F lo r a A d e lla Brown NCWark—Mrs. ©Flora Adella' Brown, 84, died F riday M a rch 15, a t ©222 W est M iller St. B o rn on Sept. 30, 1855, she w as th e d a u g h ter o f L u th e r an d S a r a h S tillson N o rton. Surviving are tw o sons, B r a d ­ ley P a lm e r of N ewark, D u a n e Brown of N e w a rk; one daughter, Mrs. C. A. Newcomb pf D e n v er, Colo,; one sister, M rs. R ich ­ m o n d A. S m ith i f C e d a r Falls, Iow a ; five g r a n d c h ild r e n and© one great-g r a n d c h ild . S h e w a s a m e m b e r of th e B a p tist C h u rch. F u n e r a l services were held M o n d a y a t 2 p. m. from th e hom e o f h e r son, B r a d ­ ley Palm e r, H e a t h S t., Rev. 'Theodore C. M eyer officiating, ©with in te r m e n t in N e w a rk Cem etery. a n d M rs, S t u a r t T u r k an d son of R o c h e s ter. • W h ile in th e city th e y © v isited (Mr. W ilson’s nephew , C a r r o ll W ilson, who is confined to S t r o n g M e m o rial H o s p ital as a . r e s u l t of p a in f u l in ju r ies, s u ffered in, an autom o ­ bile accid e n t o n th e H e n r ietta R o a d e a r l y S u n d a y m o rning, .M arch 10. M r. an d Mrs. K e n n e th Lyon called on M r. a n d Mrs. W illiam O g d e n of S h o r ts v ille last T h u r s ­ d a y evening. Mrs. B e n jam in C r a v e r e n te r - talu e d th e F r iendly Club a t her hom e la s t F r iday afternoon. M rs. Jam e s C r a w f o r d en ter­ tain e d m e m b e rs o f th e B irth d a y Club, a t a S t. P a t r i c k ’s p a r t y a t h e r hom e last T h u r s d a y eve­ ning. ©Mrs. P e r r y M c K inney was guest o f honor. M r. ah d M rs, E lb e r t G a rlock an d son A lan s p e n t S u n d a y w ith his p a r e n ts, M r. an d Mrs. W illiam ©F. G a rlock. M rs. W ilbur S c h w a r tz e n te r ­ ta i n e d a ©group o f frie'nds a t .a Farew e ll P a r ty fo r Mrs. W iison F a r n s w o r th a t h e r hom e on T u e s d a y evening. M rs. ©Almon. -Curtis assisted M rs. Schw a rtz. , M e m b e rs of t h e Birthday© Club will e n te r ta i n their, h u s b a n d s a t a sev e n o’clock d i n n e r followed b y card s in th e evening a t th e hom e o f .Miss ©Benjamin C raver. M a rion—News, h a s been re - M rs. C. B . H e a l d w ill a s s is t M rs. | £ejyed qy relativ e s in M a rion of F r a n k H. Fisk M a c edon—F r a n k H. Fisk, 57, died suddenly S a tu r d a y , M a rch 16, _ a t th p -hom e o f . F o rd B. Fisk, M a c edon, -who is his only survivor. F u n e r a l -services w e re h e ld T u e s d a y m o r n in g f r o m th,e©hdme: in M acedon, Rev. Sidney A t- tridge, of th e Episcopal C h u rch, P a lm y ra, officiating. In t e r m e n t w a s in Willow A v e n u e C e m e tery, Newark. -------- -Qh. m C raver. M rs. H e n ry G o e llner w a s hos­ tess to th e C h e e r f u l W o rkers .at .h e r hom e la s t T h u r s d a y a f te r ­ noon. M r, Alm o n C u r t is is still con­ fined to h is h o m e a f te r several w eeks Illness, : Mr. L o u is ©Licb, produce dealer p f B rooklyn w a s i n tow n several, d a y s la s t w e ek o n business. He w a s t h e house g u e s t of M r, an d M rs, C laud’e W ilson w h ile in P o r t G ibson. M r. . ©Everette G a rlock an d sons, Dick, Bob, a n d Ja c k of V ictor, M r. an d M rs. V incent G a r lock a n d fam ily of G e n e v a a n d M r. a n d M rs. W . A. B e a l of M a c e d o n w e re S u n d a y callers of M r. a iid M rs. W- F . G a rlock and fam ily. M r. a n d M rs. O t t o G e iss call­ ed o n friends in C a n a n d a ig u a on S u n d a y aftern o o n . (Mrs, K e n n e t h L y o n called .on M rs. L illian F is k e o f N e w a rk on T h u r s d a y o f l a s t w e ek. M r. a n d .Mrs. W ilbur S c h w a rtz Sunday m o rning w o rship a t ___ _________ p.o uc-uck in ch a r g e o L t h e R e v . -en tertain e d a t d i n n e r la s t -Fri­ d a y evening fo r M r. an d M rs. W ilson F a r n s w o r th an d M r. an d M rs. C. D. H e ald. T h e L a d ies’ Aid C lub will hold a progressive d i n n e r o n - T h u r s day, M a r c h 28. M rs. H o w a rd B u rgess assisted toy M rs. Eugene K e lley will serve th e appetizer. T h e m a in course will be served a t th e hom e o f Mrs. H e n ry G o e llner. M rs. O tis B ir d will assist. T h e salad course will be a t th e hom e o f M rs. W ilbur S c h w a r tz w h e r e M rs. K n o w les w ill assist. M rs. C. D . H e a ld wiil h a v e ch a r g e o f th e dessert\ course —o- th e d e a th o f N e w ton J. B u rrud w h ic h occurred'-M a rch 12, 1940, a t t h e hom e o f h is son i n Holly­ wood, C a lifornia. M r. B u r r u d w a s born in M a r­ lon Ja n u a r y 28, 1859, t h e son of Jo h n B. an d O c e iia N e w ton B u r ­ to n a n d for m a n y y e a r s w a s en=- gaged i n business in M a rion an d in N e w ark. His m u s ical ability m a d e him a valued m e m b e r of th e one tim e M a rion Concert B a n d W hich flourished here in th e 80’s. M r. B u r r u d an d fam ily moved tp Pom o n a , C a lifornia, 27 years ago a n d have freq u e n tly m a d e re t u r n visits to M a rion, t h e last tim e during th e sum m e r of 1934. His wife,© J e n n ie C h a se B u rrud, died i n 1936. H e ; leayes one\sort L e la n d B u rrud, tw o grandsons, W illiam an d Jac k a n d one g r e a t grande son, all of Hollywood; a sister, Mrs. H o w land C. M e rrill of R e d ­ lands, Cal. a n d several nieces a n d nephew s. ....... I.- . ©: i Mi T. ( UKISTIAN SCIENCE M atter” is th e su b ject o f th e :-Sermon in all C h u rches ■'•rat, Scientist, on S u n d a y , h 24 The G o lden T e x t is: aot u p for yourselves upon e a r t h , w h ere - a ltd. r u s t d o t h c o r r u p t , a n d : © thieves b r e a k th r o u g h al” 'M a tth e w 6:19). - inral- services a r e h e ld a t rnor of ©Mason a n d H igh 11 a. m. S u n d a y School 1 15 a. m. '©.©'day evening service at »-if -W ednesday ’ afternoon© ■ \©ms ©are open from 2 t o 4 VII are m o st welcom e to ■ -©-ervices an d v isit the. ■©-© Room. IU.DKK.AiER LUTHERAN (“ I'lram Dallm ann, Pastor “1 F riday, 7:30 p. m .—L a s t S o a p w a s unknow n in an c ien t Rom e — So w h e n a .R o m a n b a t h ­ ed he used a su b s titu te , a “stri- gil” or\ s k in scrap e r . o f t h e L e n ten Services. E a s te r Service, 10:45 a. m . T h e L o rd’s S u p p e r w ill be celebrated. R e g istratio n m a y b e m a d e a f te r th e G o o d . F r id a y service. Sodus — Mrs. R u d o lph K loss- ner w a s hostess to th e M o n d a y Club th is week. T h is w a s th e final literary m e e ting o f th e year.©, ©Crawford A d a m s wiil arrive S a tu r d a y from C o rnell U n ivei'l sity tp pass th e E a s ter vacation w ith his m o ther, M r s , . C. B. Adams. M rs, S u s a n F a r n s w o r th w a s tak e n to th e M y ers .H o spital l a s t week W e d n e sday w ith a broken hip obtained i n a f a ll dow n s tairs a t th e hom e of h e r d a u g h te r , Mrs. George F r i n e w ith w h o m she resides. P r e s to n A. G a y lord is sp e n d ­ ing several days th is w e ek in Norwich, New York. ©L. H. C lark an d Ja m e s S a m e s will leave F r id a y to rem a in u n til M arch 39 in H a m ilton, Ohio, where. M r. C lark will v isit his d a u g h te r M rs. ©Everett B u rdge and fam ily. M iss M elba W ood left T h u r s ­ day for ©New York, joining M iss M ildred W illiam s th e r e for a trip to Florida, re tu r n i n g to S o l dus M a rch 31. ■ T h e ' F a r e n l- T e a c h e r A ssdcia- tkm h a s elected officers as fol­ lows t o begin serving n e x t f a ll: P resident, M rs. M o rris B u tts; vice-president. Mrs. F r a n k A t- kinson; secretary, M iss Florence G a llup; treasu r e r . M iss E d ith Stangland. Miss ©Virginia A tkinson, a stu d e n t a t K a t h a r i n e ' G ibbs School in B o ston is passing th e Thrifty shoppers will join the parade ta M-B Super for greater ©values. Here are a variety of wholesome foods to make Easter meals interesting© and more economical. YOII’LL FIND EVERY­ THING YOU NEED FOR THE FEAST HERE. ■b 173 E. Union St. in die Commercial Bldg. Open Saturday Evenings LARGE SIZE SUNKIST NAVELS Finest Oranges For E a ting or Juice D o z . Medium Size Sunkist Navels lbs. 1 5 . F a n c y F l o r i d a ^ Big Bunches 13* 4 5 c ICEBERG ; LETTUCE 2 Large Hchds 15* F o r Y o u r E a s t e r F e a s t The Finest Quality \Vc Have Ever Offered At The Lowest Price — Wilson’s Certified — Armour’s S tar — Whole or Shfthk Half SLICED BACON ib. 1 9 [SLAB BACON ib. FANCY NORTHWESTERN Very Tasty Fine Birds' GRADE C h a rles K a li R o c B ester—C h a rles K a il, ;6Q, form e rly o f N e w a rk, died in S trong M e m o rial H o s p ital S u n ­ day, M a rch 17. -Surviving are his widow, Mrs. G e rtrude K a il o f R o c h e s ter; a sister, M rs. A. E, P r a t t, o f (New­ ark ; an d tw o b r o t h e r s / George KalJ, of N e w a rk, a n d A u g u st K a li of Syracuse. . F u n e r a l services w e re held at h is hom e in R o c h e s ter Tuesday. T h e body w a s b r o u g h t to W il­ low A v enue 'Cem e tery, N e w ark, for in term e n t. EGGS 19 FLORIDA GOLD GRAPEFRUIT Z N ° © 2 C a n . Mild N. Y. State Cheese Top Off The Easter Dinner W ith A Good Cup of Coffee Ib. 2 3 c La Moka Fresh Daily K I N G T A S T E SHORTENING LaRoy S, G reenw o o d N o rtheast, M a ryland—LaRoy S. G reenw o o d , 72, died a t his hom e in N o rtheast, M a ryland, on Tuesday,. M a rch 19. H e w as born in M a rion, an d a tten d e d schodl th e r e , . H e was a m a il clerk in N e w a rk fo r m a n y years, an d resided on C h u rch S treet. For. th e la s t few years W e P l e a d G u i l t y * t o s e l l i n g o n l y d i e B e s t i n s u r a n c e p r o t e c t i o n M i n n i e F . S n y d e r S a la d D r e s s i n g X X X X S u g a r & ★ Phone 244 M a sonic Bldg . O u r _ N ew D e licious Loaf— I t ’s G r e a t F r e s h D a ily CHRISTIA N AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE Rev. T h o m a s W ilcox, P a s to r S u n d a y ©School 10 a. m . G irls’ q u a r t e t com p o sed o f M isses E r m a 'P a rk, M a r ian T h n e rson, K a th e r in e —M edley an d /M a rtha. W iedm a n will sin g “Alive A g a in”. E v a n g e list, Rev. S. W. A n d e rson wiil talk . S u n d a y m o r n in g w o rship a t 11 o’clock, E v e n ing p r a y e r se r ­ vice a t 7:30 o’clock. U sual Youfig People’s service a t 6:30 p. m . h a s been canceled. A personal message about our funeral services Home funeral Finest Equipment. Ttvo- graduate embalmers. Years of successful service. Lady Assistant. DedicatedTo a reasonably ser vi cA for th e TTHnmunity. Member N ational Funeral Directors ©Association H A R R Y W . P A R K E R OXYDOL 1 8 c G i a n t P k g , M A G IC WAND A r t h u r G . S c h u lz FUNERAL DIRECTOR Z t H o iiF A m b u lance Service . Lady A s s is tant S it 11 Knowing where to' turn is the first step in realiz­ ing a given objective. If you want sound, friendly and interested adyice on any phase of funeral cost and arrange­ ment . . . turn to Schulz. Our years of experience;' reasonable fees end coun­ sel will relieve you in all times of stress. Easter Egg Dye 1 0 c Heinz Soups Most Kinds 2 2 . 5 c .

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