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NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY. MARCH 21, 1940 TELEPHONE 7 io B a EPI luNPl f t W . R a y C o n v e r s e RATES 25 w o rds or less—50c an Inser­ tion. F o r each w d rd over 25 words — 2 c e n ts p e r word. P h o n e 7 1 0 B A B Y C H I C K S CHIX. YOUNG’S AND CHRIS- ■ty’s New H a m p shire Reds and P o r t e r ’s W h ite Leghorns; blood tested; bred for produc­ tion, size an d color of egg. R e a sonably priced. Specials a t 4c.' J. B. Fries, H a tcher and B reeder, 534 V ienna St., P a l­ m y ra, N. Y., Phone 69-R. u 6 -tf BABY CHICKS—PRO F . R IC E S L e g h o rns, P a r m e n ter v Reds, heavy layersof large eggs. Blood . -tested, no redactors. Sexed as desired. M acedon Breeder H a t- c h r r y and Poultry Farm . M acedon. Telephone 2174. .. u4-tf DAY- o £ d CHICKS; SINGLE — -Gomb- L e e h o rns. Also New H a m p shire Reds. B red from '.pure-bred. healthy, high producing breeders. At prices you can afford to pay. A d rian DeNeef, Ridge Road, Sodus, N ,'Y . u 'l l - t f rf I L: k . TAYLOR’S HI-EGG - ABILITY W h ite Leghorns, an d Red B a b y Chicks. Sexed. Blood aiid progeny tested. On h a n d a t 2c each an d up. M„ake your ow n selection. T a y lor’s Poul­ try F a rm , New ark.-N . Y. ul2-4t M O N E Y T O L O A N A dinner m e e ting o f t h e ..re­ gional distributors of G.L.F. products w a s held a t th e M ary Anil tea room on M o n d a y eve­ ning of this week. Miss Viola Luce w a s a guest over th e -week-end o f M rs. Eli - wood H u n t and fam ily in R o c h ­ ester. M r. an d M rs, Asa D e R ight were guests, of M r, an d Mrs. Al­ b e r t DCRight in Pultneyville W ednesday. D r. a n d M rs. E lm e r DuBois and daughter. G a il of N e w a rk were d in n e r guests of M r, and M rs, P e ter N aeye on Sunday. T h e fam ily pf Adelbeft Howell- w ith o th e r relatives m a d e him a su r p r is e visit T h u rsday eve­ ning, M a rch 14, a t th e honie of his. soii, W illiam Howell, on- the occasion of h is eighty-second birthday. . K e n n e th Johnson an d R a lph A u stin are t h e ju r o r s from M ar­ ion d r a w n to serve a t the county court w h ich convenes W ednes­ day, M a rch 20, M r. aiid M rs M a rshall McKee of W a lw o rth w’ere dinner guests on Sunday of M r. an d Mrs, D: C Hope. C a rl P. F a ir b a n k s aiid daugh­ ter. Miss E leanor . F a ir b a n k s of W illiam son called S u n d a y a f te r ­ noon a t th e home of S. B. C u r­ tis. M iss E leanor leaves this week T h u rsday w ith M r. and Mrs. Floyd C. F a ir b a n k s of R o c h e s ter for a ten - d a y m o tor trip to Florida. M iss Iren e F o llette''an d Miss Lucille Bovet spent S a tu r d a y in R o c h ester, M r. an d Mrs. A lbert D eRight entertained a t th e ir new hom e in Pultneyville S a turday eve­ ning, M a rch 9. to celebrate the tw e n ty-fifth anniversary .of th e ir m a rriage. Mr. and. Mrs. H A V F T f tm ; 'UftVKV T n u i i v I F rank Jc S e r >’ a n d Mr. an d Mrs. HAVE SOME M ONEl TO LOAN • Howard 6 t a r k ^ t e n d e d from o n good vinuge p r o p e r l j . im jst M arlgn. a u d other guests were be first m o rtgage Box 14. p reseilt from R o c h ester, F a ir- U n ion-G a z e tte office. u l l - 3 t J £ o r t_ M acedon and W alw o rth. ; Among those receiving citizen- ship - p a p e rs in th e N a turaliza­ tion C o u rt last week w e re the F O R S A L E FO B SALE—ATTRACTIVE 7- room house, corner of East Ave. an d W illiam s St. Phone 362-W. ul0-3tp FO R SALE GLADIOLI'S Bulbs. Picardys 20c a dozen O th e r varieties 5c and lOr a dozen, all bloom ing size Lib­ eral reductions on hundred ' lots. F r a n k H e n d rick, 721 Col­ ton Avenue. P h o n e 460-R. ■ U 12 - 2 t F O R B £ N T FOR RENT—APRIL FIRST. A six-room house furnished of u n furnished, stoker heat. Two c a r garage. S tore phone S95-W, house, 551-M. Jo h n ft. H a y d e n . ul0-3t F O R RENT—9-ROOM HOUSE a t 451 M ason St Redecorated. All im p rovem e n ts, oil b u r n e r in q u ir e 114 F r a n k lin St. P h o n e 367-R u-12-l-tp W A N T E D W A N T E D -42 TO S5 FOR OLD or disabled hordes, cattle. $1 for dead a n im a ls .' E a rl M. W elcher and Son. Newark. Phone 780—reverse call. u9-tf WANTED — CLEAN, WHITE rags. U n ion-G a z e tte. M I S C E L L A N E O U S TYPEW R ITERS, ADDING MA- chines, sold, exchanged, re ­ paired. B r a n d new . s t a n d a r d n a tio n a l advertised portable typew riters $1.00 p e r week, All m a k e s; Also low price, rebuilt m a c h ines. Leave calls at U n ion-G a z e tte, Phone 710. following from M a rion: M arie Provo, M ary B a rber L o o tens and P e ter O. Wissie. The M a rch m e e ting d f th a M arion H istorical Society will be held .Tuesday evening. M a rch 26. a t th e hom e d f Mr. an d Mrs. R. S Bush Two papers o f local interest will be read by M rs. G. E. Luce\ a n d T h o m a s F . Young. F r a n k S toddard an d Jam e s Stoddard of P a lm y ra visited at S. B. C u r tis’s Sunday. M iss A rlene M u rphy e n te r ­ tain e d M o n d a y 'e v e n in g a t a v a r iety show e r in h o n o r o f .Mrs. D o n a ld Jeffery. th e form e r H ilda Quigley, whose m a rriage took place recently. G u e s ts in ­ cluded th e M isses G race and G ladys M a r tin , R e g ina Lance, Lucille Sessions. Sally M cGory and M rs. Eugene Wissick. M r. a n d M rs. Jam e s DeRidder an d fam ily w ith Mr. and Mrs. Jacob DeM ay an d fam ily of W illiam son were in R o c h ester Sunday afternoon an d visited .the B e n e c a P a r k Zoo. T h e M e n ’s Bible C lass of the F ir s t R e form e d C h u rch held a business a n d social m eeting Tuesday evening a t the hom e of Stanley Camibier. • M any M a rion residents'* were in N e w a rk last week to see ■’Gone W ith T h e W ind \ Miss Ju lia B u tts of Sodus is spending a few days a t tlit- home of R a y m o n d Sweezey. F riends in M a rion regret th a t Mrs Susan F a rnsw o rth of So­ dus, form e rly pf M a rion, is con­ fined to her bed w ith a frac ­ tured hip sustained in a fall m the hom e. G o rdon Hoff w a s in Geneva T h u rsday ;ahd. Friday . of last week to attend th e C a n n e r s ’ Fieldm e n ’s School in session at thp E x p e rim e n tal S tation. Air, And Mrs. W ilham VahHall and two sons of Rochester, call­ ed o n relatives in M a rion S u n ­ day and attended the evening service in th,e. B a p tist C h u rch, Mrs.. Raymond, T raver (fo r ­ m e rly M iss S a r a Sage) o f S y r a ­ cuse, w e li-know n in M arion, w a s : a recent w inner o,f a dress de­ sign prize in a recen t contest, sponsored by tlie fabric center of Dey Bros’, and Co.. iii th a t , City. M rs. Nellie Trim b le of P a l ­ m y ra spent S u n d a y w ith h e r daughter,-, M rs.. H o w ard S tark and (fam ily,’ , ' M r. an d Mrs. H a rold DeWitt and little son were guests S u n ­ day. o f M r. a n d Mrs. H a r r y G a tes in Palm y ra. R a y m o n d Anderson m o v ed: the first of th is week, to th e , Abram Fisher place. A rthur Hollenbeck will move! from. Hemlock- t o th e Jaeob D e . Neering ten a n t house. , M r. an d Mrs. Alfons B randt en tertain e d a t th e ir hom e S a r i urday evening in ho n o r of Mr. B r a n d t’s birthday, G u e sts pres­ ent were ■ Mr. and Mrs, W illiam B o e rm a n , Sr., Mr. arid Mrs. Cor­ nelius B o e rm a n - a n d daughter, M arie, M r. and Mrs. Jacob B o e r­ man. and son. R ichard, Donald Leno. M iss B e tty Nye, Mi', arid Mrs. D a n iel DeMay and family of E a s t W illiam son, ■Simeon M erton h a s been ill j for s e v e ral weeks a t the home of I his daughter. M rs.. R ichard D e i Coster on Stafford S treet in j Palm y ra. , M r. aiid Mrs. J. C. Elve enter- [ tained a t d in n e r S a tu r d a y eve­ ning Mr. and M rs S. C. Lookup , Mr. and Mrs. F r a n k Jeffery. Mr , and Mrs. Peter Naeye. Mrs, Saran Goo&sen has re ­ tu r n e d to her home a l t e r spend­ ing th e w inter m o n ths w ith h e r , daughter.. Miss Delia Goossen. | Arlo Ganze. Leon. Cornelius j and D o u g la s Rigglesford are in j Syracuse this week taking a I V o c ational Day Plans are being m ade for the th ir d annual Vocation Day to take placa on W ednesday, A p ril 24. R e p resentatives of various schools of higher education and some industrial p lan t represen­ tatives will address, groups of in terested stu d e n ts from 12;-45 to 3 p. m. and a t 3 p. m, th e r e will h e exhibits in th e gym ­ nasium , A t th e P.T.A. meeting, in t h e evening parents-w ill h a v e an opportunity to h e a r som e of the .speakers from the various schbols an d to ask questions .about the schools r e p resented, Jr. High Teachers M eet Several m em b e rs of t h e M a r­ ion C e n tr a l F a c u lty will atten d a county m e e ting o f J u n ior H igh School T e a c h e rs o n April l. T h is will be a din n e r m e e ting held At W olf’s T e a Room, Newark. T h e -speaker of th e evening w ill be Rev. K. W. H a ight o f Palm y ra. P.T.A. M e e ting April 8 ‘ __ B ecause th e -March P.T.;A. nieeting d a te com e s during th e EastersVacation t h e meeting, will be postponed u n til M onday, April 8 , Mr. Roy Duff us o f R o c h ­ ester will be the guest speaker. ent groups in R o c h e s ter. ^ 7C Group to H a v e P a r ty Tlie 7C group is h a v in g a grade party T h u rsday -evening, M arch 21. It is t o be a m a s - ■zenship q.uerade party; M asks an d cos­ tum e s are to be worn and a prize wiil be given for the best ett-ifttme worn Mrs. DeMay will be the chaperon for the party. E a s ter Ali the gfade room s a r e very’ attractive w ith E a s ter decora­ tions. The Art classes have been m a k ing E a s ter draw ings and some groups are decorating B u n n ies of all sorts and play, ‘‘H ell's A, Poppin” w h ile in New York. A visit to th e Stock Exchange is also planned. Som e ' of the group will tak e a. s ig h ts: seeing tour of New York which, !wiil include such p o in ts of in- tere.st a s .H a rlem , C h ina Tow n , the Aquarium, R o c k efeller C e n ­ te r , St. P a t r ic k ’s -C a thedral, C e n tral Park, Y a n k ee Stadium,.. C o lum b ia, U n iversity, Riverside, Church, G r a n t ’s Tomb, Cathe-r t.u f \ S t . -Jo h n th e Divine, Riverside Drive, G reenw ich Vil­ lage, T r in ity C h u rch, Brooklyn Bridge and o t h e r points of in ter­ est. Som e of the group 1 will visit the Empire S ta te Building, R a ­ dio C ity and the NH.C. Studio. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rey. M aurice J, V e rauin, P a s to r Sunday, „10:30—Divine W or­ ship. Easter. Service. Serm o n them e : T h e M o st G lorious of Days. Special E a s ter Music by t h e Choir. 11; 45— C h u rch School' Session. .Special E a s te r W o rship Service. A d u lt Bible Study them e ; T r i­ um p h over D e a th. Thursday, 7 p. m . — L e n ten SECOND REFORMED CHURCH Cornelius Lepeltak, M inister Sunday Morning Worship, 10:36. E a s ter Communion, serv­ ice and reception of members, M e d itation; ''The Victorious C h rist;” Sunday School at • 12 o’clock. Evening W orship, 7:00; The Choir w ill, p resent the C a n tata, ‘•The R e surrection Song,\'\by .Roy E. Noite. The program fol­ lows; 1. Christ,, the Lord is Risen, O p e n ing Chorus by th e Choir; 2'. H e a r Ye th e Story, Alto, Solo, (C o n tinued on Page Seven) The party will leave New York service—Judas th e B e trayer, colors are m u c h -in evidence in course at the p lan t of th e Con- i t h e .d i f f e r e n t room s and m a n y tin e n tal C a n Com p a n y in t h a t ; types of E a s ter baskets are be- City on th e operation a n d care , ing. m ade, o f closing cans. | Som e of the grades will have Mrs. P e ter J. VaivHall en ter- j E m ter p a r ties on T h u rsday tain e d her Sunday School class I m q rning, o f girls, th e Ever-R e a d y Class, a t h e r hom e Tuesday evening of th is week. A son, Jam e s L e o n a r d ,' w a s b o r n - to D r. and Mrs. C h a rles L. S teyaart, T h u rsday, M a rch . 14 , In tr a m u r a ls Last T h u rsday ended th e girls in tr a m u r a ls in b a s k e tball an d th e S c a tterb r a in s em e rged vic­ to r s in th e final elim ination/\ T h e week w ill e n d th e series a t t h e B a rber H o s p ital in Lyons, olHboys in tr a m u r a l b a s k e tb a ll W e ight 6*2 pounds .gam e s . W ednesday was the de- Mr. and Mrs Alfred Tem p le cidiug gam e when cham p ions of and fam ily will spend E a s ter tkf’ w. >stem league, met eharn- w ith M r an d Mrs. E. A. Saw y e r pions o f the, eastern league.but in Rome, N. Y. . finals were played too late to H a rry M e rton is a p a tient in I publish th e Winners, th e C o u n ty infirm a ry in Lyons. I Faculty E a s ter Plans Mr. and Mrs. We.sley Nye e n ­ tertained at din n e r S a turday evening Mr. an d Mrs. H a rry W estfall. M r and Mr.s M a rion Shippers and Mr. and Mrs. K a rl Morrison Mr. and Mrs. George E. Look­ up of Lyons were in M a rion M onday an d h e attended the Cham b er of Commerce m e e ting M onday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Corteville with M r an d Mr.s C h a rier Chase of Palm y ra were in R o c h ester Sunday evening lo hear ’T h e R e d em p tion\ sung a t the Bap- Several m em b ers of th e fac ulty expect to spend a p a r t of th e E a s ter vacation in New York City. T h e group includes J. G. Epley. Joseph Coco, Miss M auriel K irsch. Miss E d n a L ight and Mi\ J. Phillips Reynolds. Miss L a u ra Sweciey expects to visit r e lativ ts in Honesdale, Penn. The M osh­ ers expect to spend E a s ter weck- M r. W A N T E D — D I S A B L E D . health y horses H u m a n ely j my buildings. CARD OF THANKS I desire to express m y thanks to th e M a rion Fire Company and to m y neighbors fo r a s s is t­ ance given when fire destroyed tist Tem p le. D o n ald Chase of Palm y ra sang th e leading tenor part Mrs. Bessie Clark will spend th e E a s ter vacation a t h e r home in M arion, Mrs, Eim er M algee of W il­ liam son spent, Tuesday after-’ noon in M arion. end in Syracuse. M r. an d Mrs. Weils will spend the vacation in M arion, Ith a c a and Tully. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips w ill be in Red Creek for a part of th e vacation. (T h e following will be a t their disposed of. W ayne M ink R a n c h . M a rion. N. Y. Phone 10-F-3. e31-tf HAVE YOUR SEW ING MACII- \ ing' e x p e rtly repaired. We have repaired sewing m a c h ines in an d around N ew ark for over 1A years. B ruinix Sales. 120 - - W est T ffiioir S t -phone 845 uIO-31 WE REPAIR VACUUM CLEAN- ers, w a shing m a c h ines, sew ing-m a c h ines. Any part,, m stock, for any model W ringer Rolls. Needles Oil. e tc B ruinix Sales. 120 W est Union 3T7 P h o n e 8457\ ul0-3 WE HAVE SEVERAL REBUILT V a ruuin G leaners aiid abou 35 Used Wa her.'-, Electric and G a s --guaranteed to ru n O K B ruinix for Bcndix. 120 W est U n ion St. Phone 845. u 10-31 e l 2 - l t D a n iel V erPlank, Jr. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our deepest t h a n k s an d appreciation for t h e m a n y kindnesses shown during th e rece n t illness; and d e a th of our wife an d m o ther, \Mrs. P e ter G o e b ert. S r .— E spe­ cially do we wish to th a n k those who furnished cars an d flowers. :er M a r k s N i g h t ’ S p e c i a l R i t e ul2: lt p m . M arion—W ednesday cvcnin M a rch 20. was “M a rtha N ight” a t th e m e e ting, o f -Richards C h a p ter. O .ES. M em b ers who have held this office during the 25 years th e ch a p ter has been organized were given special recognition Tii' a cerem o ny fol­ lowing th e regular ch a p ter sent,| m eeting, A com m ittee o f th e . c h a p ter P e ter G o ebert. Sr., j h a s planned a 3 - c r n t supper to aiicT fam ily.' ’ , b e served in the dining room of _____ , __________ . I th e Tcm-plc, F riday evening,, L E G A L N O T I C E ! Marrh 2n homes;' Miss M ary Selden.. Le Roy. Claude G race, P a in ted Post; Mrs.. F rances Young. M a r­ ion; M iss.M ary C a p ron. Naples; Mrs. Susan W hite. M a rion; Mrs. Sylvia. DeMay, M a rion; M iss El- m a Gorm el, N u n d a ; Miss Irene Follette, B a tavia; Miss Stella B a ssett. B rockport; M b s M a r­ jorie Plim p ton. Avon ; Miss M ary Farrell, Caledonia . and Mr. T h e ron Forbes, M arion School Vacation Class periods will be shortened' to 30 m inutes this T h u rsday so Unit a full day's schedule will be run by noon. The elem entary pupils bus leaves a t 11:30 and tin? High School bus at 12:15; School will reopen • after th e E a s ter recess on Monday, April Seniors to Visit NYU. '\ ExcftehifnF is\ h igh this week as Seniors count the hours until Friday when th e y leave for W a s h ington. The Seniors will arrive in New York Tuesday eve­ ning from W a shington and - a ill be registered a t Hdtei Toft. There will be 2 evenings in tiie m etropolis an d two days for sightseeing and shopping In - servations have been made for A lnrgeHelegati'e.n JroulJRlch-^ NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO | a jds C h a p ter were guest.-, .-ii a PRODUCE CLAIMS | dinner and the -official visit of P u r s u a n t to an order of Hon. th e di.-triet officers Vo Hum in.r the Marion group to sec a si age Lewis A. G ilbert, Surrogate of j h y C h a p ter m Lyon., An Tue.-iiny W aytie C'ouiity, notice is hdreby! c 'c i n n g . Mareii 19 given to all persons having ;1 r~ o - claim s ag a in s t C lara B u rleigh : HOME BUREAU m e e t 'ate o f Village of N ew ark in th e ! M arion M arion Home Bur- , county d f W ayne, deceased t h a t 1 <MU u n i t will m eet Tuesday eve- i- they a r e required' to p r e s e n t f h o t niug, March. 2G. at 7.3U a t the i same w ith tihe vouchers th e r e o f ,' ne M r‘v T h e ron Sutton. | trn th e Executors o f th e E s tate r-« .- n V > of the said deceased, a t th e of- . T> ‘ ,^l' r i ■' fice of E rnest V. Pefrson, one of , Troop 13 < suHpr n.rurf.ai.r, gr- , .s . d fo Execu-tofs, Poitofk., 7 «« o H;;;,,;rn r i n thrltis or ti<*url#l« fry ihm . _ .... .. i *» , 7.30 t ) o 0 a t n r ., l m n 't - wimpie !no»p<*u8ji<* iioui<* ruuijir liiai ] Building, Newark, New York, orj< ^ OJl ig^ o i*auLa^ ! or before the 20 th day of'April, Atl h ,V. , Of flu-U \ I ompoiiutl 'U* t# - , f. ... * ‘ ’n an IU ' I with a of odd . tV»r | * » UyU . . -v,^ f - f T f ^ A ' P T T t ~~~ Jaioc of •! lomousi ir® fui*. j p a tu d O c tober H tli, 1.93U T h u rsday evening by train- and arrive in M a n c h e ster Friday m o rning. Miss. -Helen B lank and Mr. Carlton -Bentley.- class . a d ­ visors, will b e chaperons for the . Marion Seniors. Seniors m a k ing the trip in- .elude Evelyn Boeye, Emm a B o -' gaerd. Max C a ttieu, M a d flyn Cook, Oi'vilie Decker, Cornelia, DeFisl'ier. R ich a r d DeNearing, Bernice Farnsw o rth, B a r b a r a Ham mond, Shirley H a m m o n d , Eugene Miller, -Frances K e n n e th G erry McMullen, D o iiald Leno, Fr-ieda M iller, B e tty M o rrison, ; R dbert'Nevil, CaH((NortierVH'ilde- garde Ressue, Gorclon S c h o o n e r- , m an, Shiriey S tark, Stanley Tellier, C a rm e n VanHoute, Ida VanKouwenberg, M ary Van Wyke, Eyalena VanGee and Lois Youngman. - Good Citizenship Award Miss G e raldine McMullen, senior i n M a rion C e n tral School, was chosen th is y e a r a s school: -representative in t h e G o o d C iti­ C o n test sponsored by the D a u g h ters of the A m erican Revolution. G e raldine w as a guest on W e d n e sday of the Coronet W tlham P r e s c o tt C h a p ­ ter D A R . in Newark an d re^ ceived h e r aw a rd along witli other W ayne County w inners. Hi Y News Jack F a r n h a m an d H a rold Johnson will a tt e n d a confer­ ence of Hi-Y leaders a t C e n tral Y.M.C.A., in R o c h e ster, S a t u r ­ day, M a rch 23. At th e -regular m e e ting of the Hl-Y club w h ich will be held Thursday, April 4, Supervisor Jesse Elve will be the guest speaker. A com m ittee from the C e n tral Y.M.C.A. .in R o c h e s ter will be special guests of th e Marion chapter. P lans are .in progress for the Friday, 7 p,. m .—L e n ten Ser­ vice— Jesus th e Crucified. On M o n d a y evening, M a rch 25, the- Council o f th e W ayne C o u n ty S u n d a y School Associa­ tion will -meet in thi% church, together w ith th e S u p e r intend­ ents of th e various Sunday schools in th e county. T h e an n u a l m e e ting of the C h u rch an d C o n g regation will be held iii the C h u rch on' S a t­ u r d a y evening, April 6 . T h e Friendly Bible Class will m e e t on T h u rsday afternoon, M a rch 28, a t th e honi’e of Mrs. -Luella Cliffe. C o in C a rds are to be brought in. T h e C h o ir will m e e t for re ­ hearsal of E a s ter m u sic on T h u rsday evening, a t 8 o ’clock a t th e Church. ATTORNEY AT LAW F i r s t N a tional Bank M a rion, N. Y. H o u rs: 2-5 Wednesday o f each week E a s t e r F lo w e r s i W e will have Easter flcuyers; on sale in th e Theodoiides Block, M arion, March 20 to 24.. O rder your Easter Lilies and C o rsages early! F I S H E R F l o r i s t M arion—Special m u sical num ­ bers have been planned by the -churches for th e ir services on E a s ter Sunday. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Mrs. R. S. Bush, O rganist E a ster prelude, M o rrison; An- th e m r H a ttetu jah ; 'CftTIst 'I s R i s ­ en. Adams; O ffertory, A n d a n te C antabile, Tschaikow ski; An­ them . Christ, the Lord, is Risen, BowdLsh, Postlude, E a s ter Alle­ luia, Vail. FlfiST REFORMED CHURCH Mrs. M. Shippers, O rganist Morning Service, 10:30. E a s ter prelude, Morrison; A n them , Eas­ te r Dawn, Noite; O ffertory, Be­ side Still W aters, Thom p son: A n th e m C h rist is Risen, S a t- terthw a tte;. Postlude, Hail, th e Victor, Henderson. Evening service, 7;30 - P r e lu d e C h rist Step into a pair of gorgeous, just-arrived Tarsal Treds and you step out in shoes that are custom-fitted to your footl ‘Ex­ clusive Tarsal Tred fitting fea­ tures bring heel, ball and arch into perfect balance, lending youthful grace and charm to the smartly, moulded lines of your foot. See our wide selection of au­ thentic styles today! ___ __ ....... ................. is Risen, Horspool; An- Hi-Y D ance to be held in th e them . E a s ter Lilies, W a lter: Of- High School G y m n a sium April 5. Pete Renzi an d his Band, will furnish music, ------------ o— -------- C OF C GETS NEW AIDES T h e following com m ittees of th e C h a m b e r of Com merce for 1940 have been announced by C h a rles ,L. Seybold, president: M e m b ership - - P e ter Naeye, F r a n k M o sher, Norvel Croucher. H e rbert W h ite, Elm e r M orrison; Publicity—.R, S. Rogers; H igh­ ways—J. C. Elve; Mail, T r a n s ­ p o r tatio n —R. S. Bush, G. E. T e rry, Sid McMullen. E d u c a tion—H. J. Radley. Dr. D o n a ld Bovet; lAgrlcuIiture—■ K e n n e th Wells. S. C. Xdokup, H e n ry V a n K o u w enberg; H e a lth -—Dr. Jo h n V a n D o o rn; L ight an d Pow e r—Jo h n Howell. P e ter Naeye, J . C. Elve, E. D. W illiam ­ son. Fire Protection—P e ter Moose. H e n ry Davis, T . G. Sutton, I s a a c DeW ispelaere; Recreation-—S. C. Bush, C. B. W h ite, B o rden Davis, K e ii'Jo h n s o n ; E n tertain m e n t—^ C a r lton B e n tley, G eorge B rem - ner, Wesley Nye •— o— ---------- fei-tory. W hite Clouds above the Steeple, Lorenz; Postlude, Song of Joy, Kern. M a r i o n A g , F F A B o y s D o i n g W e l l o n C o u r t M a rion—The M a rion Ag N ight School team defeated th e 4H Club team of East P a lm y ra W ednesday evening, M a rch 13, by a score of 37-24. S tanley B u s h a r t w a s high scorer w ith 13 points to his credit. T h e M arion F u ture F a rm e r team , so far undefeated in 9 gam e s, played - th e W illiam son F u tu r e F a rm e rs team in a gam e th is W ednesday. P relim inary to th i s the. E a s t P a lm y ra 4H team m e t th e M a rion Ag N ight School team in a return game. -—, ---- —o— ------- .A .m n a p le-tree can ’t b e .k ille d by over-tapping in any one year b u t in tlie long run su r h a p r a c ­ tice can be harm ful. L e m o n J u i c e R e c i p e C h e c k s R h e u m a t i c - P a i n Q u i c k l y of 111 , Ay»\| 2 \ p i ' M l . trouble at <u)I and pleafiuht. tieed onJy '£ t4ihIeH|if>ouftfa! tv%v j a d ttj. O ften M ithin 1H hourn , o%ernli?Ii<— Njilundld re- s u i t s aitp dlitiiiiied. I f the* puiiiN do not vuifW y Iun>r a n d if do lint fu r l -faet-teh JHrHf-Jr -ivfh- r orst w lioiliin^r to try a tt H In sold' b y yotir • d rujrgitit tn id e r nur obsplote m o n e y - btteU urunroutee. * ompfiund . Ifi fo r salo an d r^com n iendedi b y 7 VlsiyTzfs Cttt State tlnSoa E r n e s t v . p e i r s o n , LUCIAN C. CARR, Executors. A lbert T. W ilkinson and W. T. P u r c h a s e , A ttorneys for Executors. C a m d e n an d N ewark, New York, i U42-2SIf HK.IIMST f 1M1 I ’lill E jtillil for .ot<l' horNPN l» Io* Imiitanrly UI!l,rl. I'liniw, - w v tr w Io I,I,Ml;,II 111.', - JVETT FI It I 'U I 'I , UvJcl’lKb, 'W i-’A, 1 fetor, ”f. V- TRIAL OFFER The Manufacturers of that Famoui C R O M A R O A K F L O O R I N G Have a trial offer plan by which we can give you 100 feet of their Oak Flooring. “ A B S O L U T E L Y . F R E E ” — iilimie tall t« 3451 m il 1ring 1 one of our m e n t j outline limv simple ,| is to bein lit from th is unusual saving— no obligation, MARION LUMBER Co. P H O N E 3451 BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Howard Stark, O rganist M rs. J . C. Elve, P ianist Sunrise Service 6:30—O rgan and piano prelude; Anthem , Silent, the Sleeping Town; Solo’, The. P a s c a l Feast, Mrs. A rthur Dean, M orning Service, i0:30—Pre­ lude. O Day o f Joy an d G lad­ ness; A n them , Awake Arise; Solo, I Know I shall Live Again’, Mrs. George B rem n e r; D u e t’ M idnight in the G a rden. Mrs. Leon Tellier and M a rgaret C u r­ tis; Postlude, Crown Him w ith Many Crowns. Evening Service 7:00—An­ them . Calvary; Duet. O Jesus. Crucified for Man. A rthur Dean and Clifford Topping; Solo. Alleluia iSprossi, Mrs. H. S tark; A n them . Redem p tion Song. *5 and $ 5 5 0 AS SEEN IN VOGUE ELVE & C OMBES MIVV \U K . V. V. ST. GREGORY’S CHURCH Special E a s ter service a t 10' 15 a. m. A choir from R o c h e ster will sing the High Mass. and Cut Flowers oft sale Mary Ann Tea Room MARION, n . y . Open All Day The ONYX is readv for EASTER! C O M E I N A N D S E E O U R Li’A R ( i F d i s p l a y O F E A S T E R i t e m s : LARGE ASSORTMENT OF: E A S T E R B A S K E T S C H O C O L A T E R A B B I T S E G G S - - O F A L L K I N D S N E S T S a n d . N O V E L T I E S OUR PRICES are m o d e r a t e : W e ' r e g o i n g f o r W A Y N E l-Q TRIPLE TESTED CHICK STARTER 1 C K € ! ! E A M • VANILLA Buffi. All Flai o rs 15 <- Q U A R T B31CK O ther F lavors 3:R A s s o r t e d F a n c y E a s t e r B o x e d C h o c o l a t e s — I t ' P a y x ' t o F e e d W A Y N I ★ T r y - o u r - S H O R T O R D E R S a i i d n o o n L u n c h e o n s - ID |.j,,s . [S r s ( (•„ ) MALCOLM BREMNER Phone 3641 M arion fff<- b- MAIN ST'. \ 7 W SHOP Jw and TEA ROOM M U t S.UiAN'M.s PHONI | (ronlin>\’‘l pit Earier hym n Ivon'i' Lit \lv liedt’enier L! io i . . S u p p e r wil mi u , qPI-v-ice. I emvvm kl e v a n g IcM.’n Morning 18 ”t h e ’ .V jhis servi „ i.vir.n-: will be ,A..I .,ing th e E It, .iro.se”. A ,, oe dedicate! Bible bool i.k Worship '7. ... r will cons Song Serv: ...a anthem s t loh iveek Story fro | ,il.i. : t-istei will - it ion and’ c 1:00 Jon' liau loii' Beni , a -1 Ifded Bus ; ply \• t con ■Hob' W t - s is being . services tl at 7:45 ..«• “ o the th; spn Ich ir Iniiu... Is: W AK( A ft IA PPFOR ric'-ei a ill be comn and song i iy rnoi'i.rn- begihhinf [The (ii(.'tt:ng order ;,'.d' Prelude, with Salutf R.-ading; Byn ,d.n«: An then • I a ielujah\; sulo. sung I .arm : pge.a. Ire H, lie:;' Ift'er' Ittv Aeot.’.t. Serm o i ll'ht PARK PRESBYTE ■Th, lit! J:.. Vi.d Ice 1 9 3\ Jiy - ■'e.ikr.. fc.i::- I’a.T.i' .dren of th( i. departim ■'LitVle Ch ,;,.,a Friday -erviee v ■ ........... the , . ! n CUll SCI ..'.dren T , s n t in ushering people .. hold thei 7 ,>’o!ock Ea • followe rite eomr breakfa ! , 1 . 11111 . ). Mr, V.:s Willia : \\.,rlfel. Mi ,1 Mrs Hf M Bwa: iinj\ Mornin will inclu by the p: , I the Le F.aster ft • am is a, E a ster v Henry \ See .'tl Lay\ (Ret ... ,;i Barless ’ : Kins;, A n th (h.m ieri — Sc .v.ck: Eas' Risen\ i’E a us of Gi ■ Children ,. ,n the L -M iss Miss Hili R Sande '. t .m a - Di , Wilson i Postlude, ■ M allarc 'II I IlnDIST CHI 7 30 p. n ••.iivt-ed by 1 'I- -vim. dist-r j- II; I t 1 , ter S\iu •a Be oi th The musica . I ii W s . i • urie. “Pi Hymns” : ita e n ” 'Sc Ye Bells t ei ■ l e r i ; Ol’g Song” • (ffTertory ’’illaee Foil -c M -verbeeri M:- Mary Rc W.uren Thor ' - 1’ ’ Follett! ( ffUlsriAN MISSIt ALLIANCE Morning W V“oa v: solo^ ” - “■ \nm Freeh I Holy City”. ■’■a-'har,p sol ■ Mr.s Wilco :lection” bj ' W. Anders I N I J f (.ore Patter Black Kid NEWARK

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