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TELEPHONE 7 HD NEWARk' UNlOTOAZE'fTE^ND MARION ^ENTERPRISE/ THURSDAY, MARCH 21; 1940 Re-Consecration 0u , class of 95 seniors at ii,-h School,. only 14 . n. ,.,u(.r institution*' of U1r1„.; «•,..! Iiins a e x t year, ac- coftiin-- t\ tlv? m u tual senior ^ „ cm d .uctfd by Princip.al Af.! Nash th is week. rhi cluip. iii w h ich seniors . . ......rjH Y 'en t p lan s for the : ■liiml year, revealed ; :MU Class ii 1 LCiid to go work, if they can ,i)s. while 32 expect to: p.,,,... •, i post graduate ctm s e s .' i^rr- M'i-t mideeicted and three : n(l1(.T; listed entering special,; n,nv., durational fields. ci,,.,,.'. wore also asked to; Ip; desires-, if other, than-; liver ni.ins. and am o h g -inter -1 ■fom\ replies w e re: W o rk on a go,-d - .i. :ii. forest ra n k e r service, ;nif|e • assistant th e a t r e m a n - P'Hitography, clerk or ■ .one boy answ e red'; . the question \D e- ituny stressed th e w a n t #( avr. ..n d -ofWork. nr- cim p lete census follows:: jovci I tdkerson, P.G.; M a rilyn Ucn -a ■ .1 k . B ruce Babcock, PG work p a r t tim e ; Irene B.iihv work.; R o b e r t B a y lard, PG . r.iToline'B eckens, P.'G. or; b.. .-cliool; Iren e B e d e tte, ■j '■ !■. m Bioorn, PG. part tinit- work: C a rolyn.A n n B o rden, busir.r-• schoo-1; M a ry Jan e ro 'k- undecided; D w ight B u r ­ den i--rk, Betty N a n B u rgreen, Put'T.ui’. Normal: G e o rge B u n n , join army, navy, or m a rines; Katlr.vu Cham b ers. PG. ; Rickard Chase. PG ; Jo h n Cill, PG *'•• work. R ichard -Combes, FG. m i : time w o rk: E d n a E. C m ;') \i. Sage. Fa., H o s p it a l: . W j i : f'reqiie, college; D o ro- th;. I.;;. Davidson, Potsdam\ Kim:.. Raida Dedomenfco. Mm' * If.ill, R. I;-; F a n n ie De tile—141 Nvlhh D e J o liii, w o rk; Kt:.i rili DeLaney, E a s tm a n Sri \ • f Music; F r a n c e s A. De M... ..oik. Karl. peM a y . work P b e r t Deuce, work: Eli- Ztioi'’ Dt'Pamv. work or PG. M. Dc-Wandel, nursing- at .«• ’ . i ’ i ' s . Fim ira; Alex Di S.u’ - P G . T h e lm a Doreen. •rfc ii : a E Dorn, iPG; Nelson D.\ w .rk.. M a d e line Evans, at P a r k Avenue Hospi- m, Fisher. PG : B e tty work; H a rold Follette., ■V V.’ G a y . PG or :• H a n . PG ; Robert 4 '■■ - ■••■in work; Ja n e El-lka- ■ n. Pet; 'Shirley Ann 0 ......... FG, R o b e r t’ H e ath.. r:. t,. .net H o lland, PG or - ii a M. Henkel, work. ■ - Howland. enlist in • p .i't-ment of navy; A r- i.u’-bs. w o rk: Irene K e t- c. : m il or w o rk; Leona ii •■'•if.. M adolin- King, vi.i.e.uet Logosh,. w o rk; : ■■ • ii'., w o rk; R a y m o n d ! ■ ■ p u . t t h e l M c G o v e rn, u h - WTlliani M cM ilhn. un- i' • W alter M agee, w o rk or Pit i.ip P. M a rtin, w o rk: 1 M.iwiard, work o r PG. ed M. M iller, nursing: F ' ■ M orava, w o rk; P a u l W. \ \ ■ N itre D a m e; Jennie View of S t / Mark’s Epftdopai Church (above), which Will mark liltin g erf its 'debt in ifr- cOnxeeration services Soifday by th e R w .fiU 'rt’el B . ReiA- lieiinev, bishop ot the R o ch­ ester diocese, pictured a t fOWej: left with t h e Rev. W. W alk­ er, rector o f St. Mark’s. T o P l a n f o r S p r i n g E v e n t s a t S e s s i o n The W ayne Com m issibrter’s staff, will hold th e i r M a'rcli m e e ting a t th e Sodus Fi-rh R a il, T h u rsday sVening, M a tch 41, w ith D istrict 'Com m issioner % ari Doty, N ewark, pi'esiding. The principle subje’cts for t h e evening’s ' discussion will toe plans for the 1940 C a m p o ree an d 'the Council, Scou'fOfaaia w h ich will be held nh)ct m o n th in. R o c h e s t e r . ', _ A niiir.be-'r !of W ayne troops have alread y m a d e application for m e rit badge booths and stu n t s a t th e little th e a t r e i-n th ^ Scon t o t a m a as-follows: P a l ­ m y r a . No. 66—Pioneer tre k cam p ; Sodus (No. JU —-Farm Lay-out;. N e w a rk No. 120—S k it, 122—S k it, 138—Skit, 147— Speed K n o t tying and S ignal Tower B u ilding; 219—S k it; Lyons N o . 182—H ili Biily B a n d ; M a r io n No. 137—.C a rpentry -and 'Signal Tow er B u ilding; W a-lworth N o . 235—S tam p C o llection j j , n d W il­ liam son No. 125—'F r u it-C u ltu r e . o — • SC fW fotS d , O S E TOGAY All N e w a rk sch o o ls closed at. 3.}5 p. m .'y e s terd a y fo r t h e a n ­ n u a l E a s ter recess arrd w i l l . r e ­ open on M o n d ay, Apfii 1, a c ­ cording to S u p e r i n te n d e n t E. iR. w o e liei. M a h o g a n y trees d o n o t grow m forests—tw o trees to t h e a c r e rs about t h e lim it. AIITCOPSTO B y HARRY L. AVTERILL By th e terms- of a bill in tr o ­ duced th is week, village police­ men- em p loyed a t t h e tim e S ta te Civil- Service rules -were extend­ ed. to th e police d e p a r tm e n t sh a ll h o ld office W ithout -further e x a m in a tio n . A n o ther jbilf ef­ fe c t in g local g o v e r n m e n t would give b o a r d s o f supervisors -the p o w e r to establish a ’ C o u n ty Civil Service Com m ission of th r e e m e m b e rs for prescribing a n d enfo rcin g rules for classi­ fica tio n of offices and employ­ m e n t s in classified service, and fo r ap p o in tm e n ts, prom o tions a n d ex a m in a tio n s therefor. A n ­ o t h e r , local governm e n t measjure show e d up S a tu r d a y w h ich w o u ld perm it a first class tow n to 'r e g u l a t e traffic, an d designate c e r t a i n highw a y s a s m a in a r t e r ­ ies o f .travel ou tsid e of villages; a n d also p e r m i t s ,a tow n b o a r d o n p e ti t io n .and a f t e r a hearing to co n s t r u c t ■lateral sewers, drains-, o r w a ter m a ins, sewers a n d provide m a n n e r in w h ich expense, sh a ll be assessed. ,A .bill cam e in. -Friday which w o u ld require th e S t a te Edupa- tion. C o m m issioner to ap p o r tio n an n u a l l y to each -school district a t l e a s t 75 p e r cen t of to tal a p ­ p o r tio n m e n t w ith such portion o f th e refh a in d e r th e r e o f as he m a y ’find necessary for proper a h d efficient o p e r a tion of sch o o ls an d m a in ten a n c e of a d e q u a te educational stan d a r d s . T h is -bill-was in tr o d u c e d for the- pu r p o s e «>f try in g to p u t a stop to th e p r e s e n t “spend to g e t ” policy th a t is now th e rule. The in tro d u c e r told m e th a t under h i s ’b ill a d istrict w o u ld receive 75 p e r cen t of its allotm e n t, but th e d istrict w o u ld have to sa t is f y th e C o m m issioner th a t th e d i s t r i c t a b solutely needed the o t h e r 25 p e r cen t M o n d a y n ig h t th e Assembly p a s s e d an d se n t over to th e S e n ­ a t e a resolution se ttin g T h u r s ­ day, M a rch 27, as th e date for E. Palmymns Visit, Entertain Fast P a lm y r a —T h e E a s t P a l 1^ m y h i Atlrletic A ssociation held | its seeond m e e ting M o iiday,1 Mar.eli -11, at the. school house; under the direction, of H o w a rd ; V.crGowe, president. Those a t ­ tending th e meeting, were How- ; ni'ti VerGowe. D o u a id D rtn y. t W alter Magee, H a rold Q u a n c e . { Wilford Rice, W illiam V a n i. Ooyen, Sylvia M agee, D o rothy, W allace, M a rjorie C a rroll, F r a n ­ ces Carroll. D o r o thy P ieters, t V incent M a n ruso. L a w rence | Tyler, C lifford T y jer, (Frances t Bice. ‘G ene Tilburg, G e o rge T il­ burg and H a rold V a n d e n B o u t. Violet W allace collected th e five cent dues required each m e e t­ ing front those present. P r in c i­ pal H im b e r is actin g .as .advisor for th e association. M e m b e rship in the organ izatio n is lim ited to those atten d in g school. Sneaky m u st be w o rn o n th e gym floor. All who a r e eligible are invited to join. M oney collected in clues will be sp e n t for necessary equipm ent. R a y m o n d DeVries re tu r n e d hom e last.w e e k W e d n e sday a n d is convalescing from a n a p p e n ­ dectom y - operation perform e d recently 'at th e R o c h e s ter G e n ­ eral H o spital. E ight m e m b e rs of th e ’ G irls’ 4H Club, under th e chaperonage of th e ir leader, M rs. ’W a rren j Hoad, inspected R a w d e n ’s. D a iry at Newark g a tu r d a y m o r n ing. East P a lm y r a m e m b e rs of th e Newark H igh School Senior G lass who left T h u r s d a y m o r n ­ ing for W a s h ington are M a rion; R y k b o st, W a ller Magee an d C a l­ vin Fisher. Mr. and. Mrs. V e irton C a to r spent S u n d a y i n Ith a c a visiting th e ir son, Allyn, a stu d e n t in Cornell U n iversity. T h e Ladies’ C h u rch S o c iety of t h e , P r e s b y terian C h u r c h m e t •this W ednesday ■ w ith Mrs. Joseph O’Meai. Mrs. C h a rles DeVries w as taken to the G e n esee Hospital at R o c h e s ter, S a tu r d a y m o rning, w h e re sh e -is seriously, ill. Mr.. an d M rs. F r a n k R y k b o s t celeb r a ted th e i r th irty - s i x t h wedding, anniversary on T h u r s ­ day,. M a rch 1.4, w ith a fam ily din n e r attended: by th e i r ch il­ dren and grandchildren. R o b e rt B row n ing h a s re t u r n ­ ed to his hom e in E a s t P a im y r a a f t e r spending m o st of t h e w in ­ te r working, n o r th of B roekport. Mr. a n d M rs. Jacob O ’Meai, Sr., celebrate’d t h e i r fo r ty - e ig h th wedding w ith a fam ily d in n e r on Sunday, .. Twelve counties will w a g e w a i op rats-,th e evening o f A p ril l. T h e y are Broom e, C a ttaraugus, G reeiie, - H e r k im e r . ;Jefferson, Livingston, Schuyler, Seneca, Tioga, W ayne, W e s tchester and W yoming. - o - G a solirie taxes im p o sed toy th e sta te s average about $5.85 a y e a r for every -man, w o m an an d ch let in t h e U„ S. D o n 't wai t lon g e r for antom a tic heat! (Phone us for., f o il ^information . Phone 37 fin a l ad jo u r n m e n t ( a n d Speaker H e c k fixed W ednesday. M a reh 14. a s th e d a te th a t th e Rules C o m m ittee would take over .all legislation. AMERICA’S REST WORK-SAVERS, MONEY-SAVERS! W A R D S J 9 4 0 rr. -:k . G e raldine Petrus, i ■•Ml:: W inifred P h illips.; ■' it .;i ;t Pulver, college: >*• Porter. PG ; George b - i’G: B e tty Ridley. PG ; L - B Ridley, farm w o rk- f '- R jelaud. w o rk; M a riaiL 8’>i'- ’. iiork. i > nf-iiee-t ’ ivrn-k or college: S’lirm, y/ork; H a rold- ivi.itinri; T o n y TaVano. ■’ T„’, (or, work: Helen L-- Cornell or A lbany S tate .H a rold-Tierson. farm T Pf-i u ('Sir.'stiiiF'Torrea, nursing | M .. y's; •G e raldine Tow n - [ «.«tk. - -&eorgc~ -Turner, i C.iuu n VanAttken. work ! ■ : t VanBoven, PG : R o n - /V.ii.t'.im p , w o rk; Eugene - riiro >k, PG ; B e tty Joan ■ liH ir. work; G e o ree H. ’• PG ; G race E. Vary, t ■•ivii Verdow, w o rk: M o n a ' ok; N a th a n W alker. - < •• '•«■*; -W altz: PG': \L.a-Uf-- ■'.'••ikraan, nieeha.nieal T ii'i Z.qppia. Work. ) O t TET'-S A L L G E T H A P P Y ! < home a p a c laqe ojj ' 6 . 2 ft. M o d e l • Rugged steel ton • slruch'ori. , , Dtilux ex- _ tenor! , 6 Crystal thill tray! A u tom a tii interior light! • Bdtke/J by Wards famous 5-year Prolee- tion Plan! ... J5 ...... DOWH, S5 niontWy, ccmyThg dittr^i B i e t t v i e m t ! 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They’re only “Really . . . they’re irresis­ tible 1” That’s what they’re saying about our. gleaming patents on the exciting n i w . walled last 1 About our open- toes! Aud el&sticizid leath­ ers t Have you ‘sWa them? w pros THAT’S ^ A T - Y D t l U k FIND IN WARDS I new lEaster cools ond suits 1 9 8 Stunning new styles, hand­ somely tailored in fitte all wool, or wool and rayon Inhripel Nflvto Wafllf. atirl \ Spring colors I Pastel plaid 1 coats! Sizes from 12 to 44. \ Extravagantly Trimmed! N e w . I-ney S l i p s 0 8 ° r.. ' ----- :,V/. - . - leu. r fc f f '-r An Pastor Spot a ll , V w The bodices of some are completely made of lacc! Every one is richly lace- trimmed rayon satm m a clinging bias cut. Also 4-gore tailored. Sizes 32-40. New Sun-Drenched Shades! iSiilg less O iiiio iis 5 0 1 Made for Spring! Fresh from the dyers’ vats! Extravagant looking thrifty sheers with silk covered rayon feet. Service weights with lisle feet and tops. 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