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FOUR NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1940, TELEPHONE 7|\, RATES 25 words or less—50c a n inser­ tion. F o r each word over 25 words—2 cents h e r word. Phone 710 B A B Y C H I C K S CH1X. YOUNG’S AND CHRIS- ty ’S New H a m p shire Reds and — -P o rter’s W h ite „ Leghorns; blood tested; bred for produc­ tion, size and color' of egg. Reasonably priced. Specials a t 4c. J. B. Fries, H a tch e r and Breeder, 534 V ienna St., P a l ­ m y ra, N. Y., Phone 69-R. u6 - tf BABY CHICKS—PROF. RICE’S Leghorns, F a r m e n ter. Reds, heavy layers o f large eggs, Blood tested, no re-actors. Sexed as desired. M acedon B reeder H a t ­ chery an d P o u ltry F a r m , M acedon. Telephone 2174. u4-tf DAY-OLD CHICKS; SINGLE Comb Leghorns. Also New H a m p shire Reds. B red from pure-bred, health y , h ig h producing breeders. At prices you can afford to pay. A d rian DeNeef, Ridge Road, Sodus, N. Y. u l l - t f TAYLOR’S HI-EGG - ABILITY W h ite Leghorns, an d Red B a b y Chicks; Sexed. Blood' an d progeny tested. On h a n d - a t 2e e a c h an d up. M ake your own selection T a y lor’s Poul­ try F a r m , Newark, N. Y. ul2*4t L O S T l o s t — l i c e n s e P l a t e s num b e red MR-95, lO 'i m iles n o r t h of N e w a rk on th e New- ark-S o d tis R o a d , M o n d ay, — M a rch 25. Please call H a r t ’s Food Store. Newark. u l 3 - l t LEGAL NOTICE T H E PE O P L E O F T H E STA T E O F N E W YORK J3y t h e G race o f God, F r e e and In d e p e n d e n t T o —W e s tern P r e s b y terian C h u rch & Society, P a lm y ra, New York, B o a rd o f Home M isstem a -ei -they P r e s b y terian C h u rch in th e U. S. A.; B o a rd of F o r e ig n Missions. ,of the P r e s b y terian C h u rch i n ’th e , V. S. A.,. P r e s b y te r ia n B o a rd of Hellyf fo r D isabled M inisters \ind the w idow s and o r p h a n s of D e ceased .M inisters (no^v The B o a rd1 o f Pensions of the. P r e s ­ by terian C h u rch in th e U. sj. A.), ML Hcrmorv Schools, P a r k Col­ lege. A m e rican Society fo r the P r e v e n tion of C ruelty to An’i- mate. N e w Y o rk A n ti-V ivi0ec- tion Society, G e rtru d e B. Wag*- ner, M arie B; RH k ssk J o h n , Phelps W a g n e r,. Ruby S. Reeves, •R. P h e lps, FaUl Pi Phelps, Alice ■S. W a lker, S a r a h Lillian Phelps,, Josephine A. Y o u n g , G eorge B. -Y o u n g, A n n a Y. Bebb. M ary G. Young, K ingsley V. Young. H elen L*. Young, M a r g a r e t Y.. Lull, G eorge W. Sage, Ellda D u rfee. Thales L. £)urfee, Thom ­ as F . Y o ung, O. Irv in g Young, Antta L. G a thers, <0. D u rfee C h a p m a n , M abel D u rfee, Lucy S w a rtzel, C h arles E. V a n Al- stine, E l iza b e th Gilford, B u rton Sanderson,. De'wey Sanderson, C h a rles Sanderson, D o n a ld V. S a n d e rson.-C h a rlotte S; V a n Al- stine. H elen E! V a n Alstine, T e n n ic C. B u ^ terw o rth (nos Tennic W e ller), M rs. E m m a D rake (nee E m m a G lover), C h a rles A. G lover, Mrs. Maude M. Nicholson, H. R e e s NichoD son, B y ron H. D u rfee, P h ilip T, D u rfee. lla r h f - Q. C h a p m a n , M y ra A. Sm ith an d J. F r a n c is Lilies; a s E x e c u to rs of th e es­ ta t e of M ary G. D u rfee, de­ ceased; S ta te T a x Commission-: also ••unknown*?, m e a n ing there­ by any p e rson or persona not ntfmed above w h o are or* may be e n title d to a sh a r e o r in te r ­ est in th e e s t a t e o f H e n ry R, Durfee,. deceased, o r w h o are o therw ise In terested therein, as husbands, w ives, assignees, do-. ' laces, legatees, or d istrib u tees; or a s husbands, v, ives, h e irs a t law, n e x t of kin , executors, ad ­ m in istrato r s , personal rep re­ sen tativ e s , assig n e e s or succes­ sors- of an y deceased devisee or legatee; it a n y such th e r e be. all o f w h o se n a m e s , and places of residences, respectively, oth ­ er th a n a s sta t e d in the petition herein, a r e u n k n o w n anti can ­ not be ascertain e d a f t e r due diligence, send g reetin g : Also-, to all o t h e r creditors, leg ai*es, devisees, d istrib u te e s and persona in te r e s ted In the e s ta te of H e n ry It. D u rfee, late of the Village o f .P a lm y ra, in the Mrs- F. W. Cliffe w,as a guest at a luncheon, F riday, M a rch 22. at t h e Eagle t n n in P a lm y r a in honor of th e b ir thday o f h e r aunt, Miss C lara Y e o m ans of Palm y ra. Miss Elizabeth W hite: h a s been a guest for several days of M r s . J. Q. A d a m s in W aterloo. Mr. and Mrs. R a y m o n d Sweezey left F riday t o r a m o tor trip to F lorida expecting to be D u n a B. Phelps, Q race .Ij. Phelps, - -pvrynp- ithfflif1 M m L a u rence W. Phelps. D a v e n p o rt ? aDOUt .w u p e WeeKS. NITS \ “ ■ ■ .. ........... .................... 1-.— j~ — ^ rh scad g reetin g : W H E R E A S , Ju s tin B. P e rkins' of ■—: --------------------- : ---- :—r—.... , ■. } S p ringlleld, M a s s. and Edw in t \ L O S T ~ A SPRINGER SPANIEL, UveVe8v T o w n o f W e b s ter, w h ite and brow n . 5 m o n ths | a \.•'£u r ' ?,!'• h'ive i,r\se r '°a »h«ir old-. Reward, .-flered . R a y m o n d i ^ -1 Traeri-ea DeClerck, M acedon, N. Y. u l 3 - l t p M O N E Y T O L O A N HAVE SOME MONEY TO LOAN o n good village pro p e rty ,'m u s t b e first m o rtgage. B o x 14, U n ion-G a z e tte office. u l l - 3 t F O R S A L E FO R SALE — GLADIOLI'S Bulbs. P icard js 20c a dozen. O ther varieties 5c a n d 10c a dozen, all-bloom ing size. Lib* 4n 'h u n d r e d lots F r a n k H e n d rick, 721 Col­ to n Avenue. Phone 460-R. ul2-2t F O R R E N T FO R RENT—MODERN, HEAT- ed ap a r tm e n t. 5 room s and b a t h . H o t w a ter h e a t and •ru n n i n g h o t w a ter. T h ir d h o u s e from P o s t Office. 107 M a p le C o u rt. u l 3 - l t W A N T E D n .iv l‘.K Ks., jt<.r» of under the Lettt Will e.-iil T.-attirni tu of H e n r y It. U u rfee deceased. lately re s id in g in the Town of Palm y ra. W ayrio C o u n ty. NKC't .y uf k * a n d a P e titio n praying- th a t tlj-ir account be judicially set- tied NOW. T H E R E F O R E . You and- ca-xh of you are h e r e b y cited to «*how cause before the S u r r o g a te's < v u r t of th* C o u n ty of Wayn*». to be held In th e S u r r o g a te's Ofllce, in th e V illage of Lyons, W ayn^ < c u n ty. New York, on th e .30th day of April. 1940, a t te n o'clock in the fcTe,noon. w h y su c h settlem e n t should not b'* had, a n d w h y an offer of s e ttlerr* nt of tw o pending t lalma of th e e s t a t e of H e n ry It. D u rfee, d'w e a sed, one a g a i n s t G e o rge C a r r a n d ,th e o th e r a g a i n s t th e xdtate of O s c a r M, A rnold, deceased, should accepted and such claims not be com p rom ised ahd s e t t l e d ; and \vf»y o th e r an ticip a ted offers of settle HELP WANTED EXPER- ien c e d E lectrician. Steady .w o rk. W rite t o Box 27, U n ion- G a z e tte, sta ti n g experience, ag e , a n d expected salary. ~ i l 3 - 2 t WANTED—$2 TO S5 FOR OLD o r disabled horses, c a ttle. $1 fo r d e a d anim a ls . E a rl M. W e lcher an d Son, Newark. P h o n e 780—reverse call. u9-tf WANTED — CLEAN, W H ITE ta g s . 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- ch ines, sold, exchanged, re ­ paired. ' B rand new stan d a r d n a tio n a l advertised p o r tab le . typew riters $1.00 per week. All m a k e s. Also low price, re b u i l t ! — m a c h ines. Leave calls,, a t U n ion-G a z e tte, Phone 710. W A N T E D — D I S A B L E D , h e a l t h y horses. H u m a n e ly disposed of. W ayne M ink R a n c h , M arion, N. Y. Phone 10-F-3. e31-tf A U C T I O N S a tu r d a y , M arch 30th, 1 F. AL, on th e G a rdiner Farm , 3' m iles so u th of Newark—T w o K itchen C a b inets, 7 K itchen C h a irs, 4 T a b let, K itchen R a n g e, C h u n k Stove, Coal H e a ter, 11x12 Rug. 9x7 Rug* L inoleum 15x16, Sewing M a ­ chine, Dishes an d kitchen w a re, W a shing M a c h ine w ith engine an d o th e r articles too nu m e r o u s to m e n tion. Term s —C a sh. - AUGUST PRICE; 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 F a i n Q u i c k l y I f you tmffo.t* front rbcu n u itjr, o r - • OtrifiN o r ucariG a * p a in, try tins ttimjrfc incx p c u s it e ltooie reofjH* t h a t a r e using. M*vt tl parTkug**, .uf J t u - L i f o u ipousd to d u ). Mix ft ivith a q u a r t o f watt*r, ad d th e h j e e ICQKUUI.^ I f \S .ClUUx Jktt- (roiiblc nt all mid pleuNont. You --need only • tnble*i»oonivfol tn q tim e s it tloy. O ften tvlfiiin 48 hours —ffOiileljmrs ot p rolK h t—splendid re- S u its ure obtained; If th e pains do n o t quickly le a t e mid if you do n o t fe e l better* I tu - B x tvlll co s t you ^ J i « £ l i l i i g . t a t e j « # - k «ol# by y o u r d r u g g i s t u n d e r ait absolute money-. , b a c k sruorUtttee. itu - E x Compotuicf Is fbi*. s a le an d recom m e n d e d by 'W aynrP C u t H a le Drug* 13. m erit of outstanding: claim s In fa ­ vor o f th e said e s t a t e should n o t be accepted if, arid w h e n , such offers of settlem e n t .are m a d e and seem ad v a n tag e o u s to th i s e s ta te ; and w h y any o th e r claim s, debts and dem a n d s due o r to becom e du e the e s t a t e of .said deceased sh o u ld not be com p rom ised, com p o u n d e d and ppttled. s.hould th a t ap p e a r to the bttot In terest o f th e e s ta te : a n d all uncollectable. Ptale rind doubtful debts or claim s b e lo n g in g to Said ent& ttf' sold b y said ex e c u tors and tru s tees a t public o r p r iv a te sale; and w h y certain re a l e s t a t e now oBji**d by said e s t a t e o f said de­ ceased o r O ther real e s ta te th a t m a y h e r e a f te r b*1 tak e n o v e r o r acquired by^said executors a n d tru s t e e s in the ad m in istratio n o f the e s ta te of said deceased, should n o t be sold for th e beat offers th a t can be ob­ tain e d by said executors and tru s ­ tees e i t h e r at public o r priv a te sale; and w h y a final settlem e n t an d full and com p lete d istrib u tio n o f the e s t a t e of bald deceased should not be h e r e in had. And such o f j o j as are hereby 4 '.ed who a r e u n d e r tlie ag e of tw e n ty-one years, a r e requirw j to ap p e a r by y o u r g u a rd ian , if you ha%e one, and if you ftkve none, to ap p e a r an d apply fo r one to be an- poUated, and In th e event of your ? r fa;Uure to Uo eo- *he said S u r ro g a te will, at the tim e and pla^e above n«unud, appoint a com- re t e n t an d responsible person to ySSSh»r?m.1 “Pei:l‘U truardlan for IN TEbTIMONV W IIL H E O F „ „ l aw. cau-Pd th e s - a l of the ifurro- 3 f o u r t o f the aald C o u n ty of \ a j n e to be h e r e u n to atllx. d WJTM.O.S. Hi>S L K « I S A tilL B tlltT , .S jrrogatr of the eaid C o u n ty of tta j.n e . a t the t , j r r „ y a t ' q m . e In ««» Village of i.yune. in Raid C o u n tv th- S'h day: o l X U r J , A,, y e a r of o u r ■ L ord, one thousand nine hundred and fo r ty . L E W IS A. GILBERT, ^Bdrfo grate Nellie Deuel is in c h a rge o f th e hom e during th e ir absence an d Mrs. M ay S h o rt is staying w ith her. Mr. arid M rs. K a r l J o h n s o n of W illiam son called on (Mrs. Isaac DuBois on Tuesday. Mrs, T h o m a s F u ller an d two sons q f Sea Breeze were guests over th e w e e k -end of h e r p a r ­ ents, M r. and Mrs. H a rry West* 'fall. Hugh. M erson of New York City arrived S a tu r d a y to spend th e E a s ter vacation w ith his p a r e n ts In M a rion. W ord has been received in M a rlon of t h e d e a th of Mrs: Sidonie Schultz w h ich occurred In Buffalo, W ednesday, M a rch 20, 1940. M rs, Nellie Van L a re, who has [been ill for th e past week was tak e n M o n d a y m o rning to th e Newark Hospital. Mrs. S tanley Viele and three sons a r e spending th is week w ith h e r sister,- Mrs. S a n ford Cook an d fam ily i n E a s t Avon, Mr. an d M rs. M. B. M o rrison, T h o m a s Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. K e n n e th Johnson, R o b e rt and H e rbert and Miss M a ry Stiles of N ew ark were dinner guests on Sunday of M r. an d M rs. W illiam C h a p m a n in E a s t Palm y ra. T h e H o n o r B right Class o f the Presbyterian Sunday School re ­ cently elected the foliowing of­ ficers; President, M rs. Paul Russell; ’vice president, Mrs. Stanley Viele; secretary, Mrs Floyd Ameele; treasurer, Mrs. Stanley Hancc. Mr. ah d Mrs. Cornelius Cook en tertain e d a t din n e r E a s ter Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Johnson of Palm y ra, Miss Elsie Johnson of R o c h e s ter and Mr. an d Mrs, C h a rles B rew e r oT Lyons. Edw in Cahoon of S c h o h a rie and Mrs. Iv.a Cahoon of A lton are guests th is week of Mr. an d Mrs. C a r l Reynolds. M rs. S c o tt C u r tis an d Miss M a rgaret C u rtis an d C a rl P. fiiiro a u k s o£ W illiam son a t ­ tended th e funeral of Laroy S. Greenw o o d In C a n o g a , N . Y.. S a turday afternoon. • M e m b e rs o f th e C.Y..G.I, g ave a luncheon T h u rsday M a rch 21, a t th e M ary A n n tea room in M arion, in honor of M rs. Fred H. D u rfee, w h o .i s moving to Lyons th is Week. T e n guests were present including Mrs. S. C. G u rnee of P o r t Gibson. The afternoon was sp e n t at tlie hom e of Mrs. M. J. Merson. M r. a n d Mrs. B. H. Corbin of S a v a n n a h were guests- of Mr. and M rs. M. C. Van O s trand F r i ­ day and left S a tu r d a y for M on- toiir Falls. M r. an d Mrs. Jo h n Davis and daughter B a rbara Je a n , of So­ dus and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Breisch of Newark were guests on S u n d a y of Mrs. Jennie Davis. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Elve h a d as guests or, E a s ter Sunday the Misses Lois and Joan M u ilner of Jeffery (Hilda Quigley) o f P a l ­ m y ra whose m a rriage occurred recently. Thom a s F , Young was a guest on Sunday a t the hom e of K ing­ sley Young in E a s t P a lm y ra. T h e M isses M ary a n d H e len Young of New York C ity a r e spending th e ir E a s ter vacation a t th e ir hom e in E a s t P a lm y ra,- Jam e s L. W h ite re tu r n e d M o n d a y to A lfred U n iversity for th e final w eek of his six m o n th s course. Mrs. George Phillips o f W ol­ c o tt was in M arion S a tu r d a y an d again M o n d a y to see h e r m o ther, Mrs, Nellie Van L a re. Mrs. S tanley Rogers e n te r ­ tain e d h e r co n tr a c t club a t d e s s e r t and bridge o n M o n d a y evening of th is week. Mrs. J. C. T a n n e r, w h o Is liv­ in g w ith M rs. A. R. H a ls tead, h a s been spending th e p a s t week w ith relatives in M a c edon, Mrs. - T h e ron -Van H e e o f W il­ liam son sp e n t T u e s d a y a f te r ­ n o o n w ith h e r p a r e n ts, M r. an d Mrs. C h a r les-Johpson. Mr. arid M rs. Ju lian R u ssell an d son Bobby of Lyons a n d Mr. an d Mrs. H o w ard D e C racker an d d a u g h ter Shirley o f S h o r t s - ville were guests on E a s ter S u n ­ day of Mr. an d Mrs. Cornelius Russell. Shirley rem a ined w ith h e r g r a n d p a r e n ts for the week. An auction sale of farm im ­ plem e n ts an d stock is advertised by W illis C h ittenden for T u e s ­ day, April 2, a n d one of house­ hold goods, etc., by H e r b e r t SlgS- by for Saturday, M a rch 30. Rev. and Mrs. W illis V a n d e Kooie of O n tario were guests Sunday afternoon of R e v . an d M rs. H a rold S c h u t an d a tten d e d service Sunday evening, Edw a rd G o v e rnor o f E a s t P a l ­ m y ra has purchased th e house now occupied by Isaac A n d e rson an d will move there th is week. Paul H a skins w a s snow bound in G e n eva a n d F r a n k Jeffery in Phelps on M o n d ay night. Mr and Mrs. D u rfee Young arc en tertain in g th e i r bridge club a t d in n e r o n F r iday eve­ ning of this week. p S tanley Irish of Syracuse called on Mr. a n d M rs. R . B. Rogers S a turday. . E rw in and D e a d R a d ley of C o lgate U n iversity re tu r n th e la s t of th is w eek to spend th e ir Spring vacation in M a rion. . Mr. and M rs. H a rry W e stfall en tertain e d on M o n d ay eve­ ning Mr. and Mrs. M a rion S h ip-: pers, Mr. an d Mrs. K a r l M o rri­ son an d Mr. and Mrs. W esley Nye. W illiam W itherden, 82, who resided on a farm n e a r Rose Valley died Sunday, M a rch 24, 1940, a f te r an illness of about a week. He h a s lived alone since th e d e a th of his wife ab o u t two years ago. He leaves .one sister, M rs. Jo h n T h ir k e ll a n d two brothers, H e rbert B. W itherden a n d T h o m a s B. W itherden, all of M arion, also several nephew s a n d nieces. M rs. S u s a n S tever of R o c h e s­ te r is spending a few weeks w ith h e r niece, M rs. Addie F rine. M rs. B. E. Luce is spending a [few weeks With h e r d a u g h ter, Mrs. M a rvin J o r e s an d fam ily in Syracuse. Mr. an d Mrs. C h a rles K reb- becks o f Newark an d M r. and Mrs. W illiam M e r r itt o f R o c h ­ ester were guests on E a s ter Sunday a t th e hom e of th e ir this week from D eKalb Junction arid Miss Jessie K e n y o n from Cohocton fo r th e E a s ter vaca­ tion.. Mr, a n d M rs. Wesley Nye .and family joined a fam ily party of tw enty S u n d a y a t the hom e of R a y m o n d L u n d in W illiam son to celebrate th e birthday Of Mrs. C. S. Nye. Miss E s th e r Ferduyn is enjoy­ ing a m o tor t r i p to Florida this Week In com p a n y with, other teachers in Avon. W ilson F ish e r of Newark, employed a t th e Huxley K r a u t factory is confined to his home ■for six weeks a s a result of i n ­ juries received in a fall down­ stairs, « M r. arid M rs! L e s ter O rbaker an d D o u g la s w ire guests E a s ter SundSy of his p a r e n ts, Mr. and Mrs. J, M. O rbaker in W illiam -1 son. Mrs: A lbert O m eal of East. Palm y ra is recovering gradually from a serious illness in th e Clifton Springs. S a n i ta r i u m ., Mr. and. Mrs. J. G. Epley 'and Miss M a u riel K lrsch were :among th e many- m o torists who were blocked by the storm and roadS on th e ir r e tu r n from New York, They w e re obliged to re­ m a in in U tica over M onday night. D ean iRadley w a s hom e from Colgate U n iversity over Sunday. ^ 0 - School Notes Hi-Y D a n c e Planned Boys of th e M a rion Hl-Y C h a p ter are p lan n in g for a dance to be held in, th e H igh School G y m n a s ium F riday eve-- ning, April 5. Lee Tem p le heads the. a d v e r tising com m ittee while Jack; F a r n h a m an d Harold- Johnson a r e In charge of tickets. The affair is to be a sport dance and Pete Renzi an d his orchestra will furnish music for dancing from 9 t o 1 o’clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. M aurice J. Verduin, P a s to r Sunday, 10:30—Divine W o r­ ship. Serm o n them e : \The T reasures of D a r k n e s s ”. 11:45-— C h u r c h School Session. A d u lt Bible Study them e : T h e C o n ­ tinuing Task. Among th e b e a u tifu l decora­ tio n s adorning th e a l t a r o f th e :.church o n E a s ter S u n d a y m o r n ­ in g Were E a s ter lilies far m em o ry of M rs. F a n n ie H o rn presented by M r. Stanley- Irish ; -another E a s ter lily presen ted by M rs. Jessie Cole in m e m o ray o f h e r •husband, Mr. [Myron -Cole, and her d a u g h ter D o ris; a n d an E a s ter lily given in m em o ry of ;Mrs. M a ry D itton an d presented by M r. an d M fs. K e n n e th Ja g - ger. .The Friendly Bible -Glass will ■meet o n T h u rsday afternoon: a t the hom e of M rs. Luella Cliffe, w ith M rs. E thel Seybold a s a s ­ sisting hostess. Coin cards are to be brought in a t th is m eeting. ; T h e an n u a l m e e ting of th e m e m b e rs of th e C h u rch and C o n g regation will b e held on S a tu r d a y evening, A p ril 6. ip; th e church auditorium . R e p o rts of th e organizations o f tbje church will be received a t th is m eeting; R o y l)u(Tu.s to S p e a k Hoy D u fius of R o c h ester will address the P.T.A. m e e ting on April 8 On t h e subject of \Home G u idance\ M r. D u fius is a R o c h ester business m a n who is very active in p a r e n t groups. Mrs. DuBois, G u e st Speaker Mrs. E lm e r DuBois of Newark was guest speaker before the Sophom o re girls guidance class la>t W ednesday ui3-;t Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. R o land Van Lare of East W illiamson, j f a ther, Roy Young. Miss Jean Elve and h e r room - ! H o w ard J. R a d ley w a s on a m a te, -Mis* Ju d i t h (Waifner of I b u siness trip to P h ilad e lp h ia Geneseo from K e u k i College. Ih® first of th is week. Miss Lois M u ilner is spending Mr. and Mrs. M. G e y essens the week with her au n t, M rs. an d d a u g h ter M a r g a r e t of Elve. , i R o c h e s ter were guests o n S u n - _ Mr. and Mrs. R a y DuBois are | d ay of Mr. and M rs. Cyril B a t- moving th is week to th r i r hom e \ ssleer. recently purchased by them on I Mrs. H a rry Tyler of P latts- Mifi S treet. burgh is visiting h e r daughter, Mr and Mrs. F r t d H. D u rfee . Mrs. Fred C a ttleu a’nd family, are moving th is week ^to lower ap a r tm e n t a t 159 C a n a l S treet, Lyons. , F a ir p o r t called a t t h e hom e of M rs Fred Hodge., ;, .-.pondirg W ayne Alien on Sunday, the W eek w ith h e r daughter. ] M r. arid Mrs. Fred H. D u rfee Mrs. ' C h a rles W esterm a n in | were d in n e r guests Saturday: the . M r. an d Mrs. B r a n d t B u r- I row-cs an d Elm er J. Allen of LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE T O CREDITORS TO PRODUCE CLAIMS • P u r s u a n t t o an o r d e r of Hon. Lewis A G ilbert, S u r r o g a te of W d y n e C o u n ty, notice Is hereby given to a ll persons having claifffs a g a i n s t C lara L. B u rleigh a t e o l Village of N e w a rk in the. county o t Waiyne, deceased th a t Pittsford. M rs. H a rry K n a p p of P o rt Jervis is spending the week with her m o thej. Mrs. Adeline C a sterton and her sister, Mrs. C h a rles Seybold. Mr. and Mr*. Ja r k Hail an d fam ily w e re guests over th e w e ek-end of her paren-ts, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. S c u tt in Red Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Abram Van Hall en tertain e d Sunday lit dm n er. Miss Inez Schooncrm ar. of . - ----- Rochester and Mr. and Mrs. they are required to present tlie j l \ an S rhoonerm a n and tlaugh- sam e w ith th e vouchers t h e r e o f ,; ter. to th e E x e c u tors o f th e E s tate [ Miss M adelyn Cook and Miss i a n d his brother, S tanley Cam- of t h e said deceased, a t th e o f - 1 B ernice Farnsw o rth entertained - b ier and family. evening of M rs. Bessie C lark and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nevil. M rs. A rthur Lent entertained last W ednesday afternoon, M a rch 20, a t a b ir th d a y p a r ty for h e r two children, George Ronald, aged 5 a n d Valerie, aged 4, t h e following children G e rry an d Tomm y Fuller o f Rochester, P a tty Baker, Eva C rane. Diamie and Joanne S teyaart. Mrs. F u l­ ler, Mrs. W estfall, and Mrs. Ora-re were also guests. •Mr. an d Mrs. Ju lian Cam b le r of W atsontow n , Pa., spent the EasU-r week w ith h is parents. M f. and Mrs. Jam e s ' Cambior STA.VI.EY PROMOTED M a rion—From F o r t Jackson, Columbia. S C . -.void is received th a t R o b e rt S tanley has been elevated to the ran k of a non­ comm issioned officer in the M edical D e p a rtm e n t of t h e U. S . Army, a f ter an enlistm e n t of only three m o n ths. . — o - , ~ - WCTU INSTITUTE M arion—T h e local u n it of the W o m a n 's C h r is tian Tem p erance U n ion will hold an In s titu te M e e ting on W ednesday after­ noon an d evening a t th e home o f Mrs. M ay Stevenson. The program includes afternoon ses­ sion a t 2:39 o'clock and a tu ­ reen lunch e o n ’ a t 6:30 o’clock. The evening program will be in charge o f th e associate m em ­ bers. Jaco b V a n H a ll will be th e leader o f th e M en’s m eeting in th e evening. _ o — BAPTIST CHURCH Jo h n J. Baker, P a s to r Sunday, 10:30 a. m .—W o rship and B a p tism , 11:45, Bible School. T h e B.Y.P.U. will m e e t i n th e parsonage on W ednesday eve­ ning, April 3, a t 7;30. T h e M o thers’ an d D a u g h ters’ dinner will be held o n T u e s d a y evening, April 2nd, in th e S u n ­ day School room of t h e church. ■Mrs. B a k e r will be toastm istress and Mrs A C Brokaw o f P a l­ m y ra. tin' guest speaker. T h e re will be special m u sieal num b e rs an d a short play given by th e girls of th e W.W.G. SECOND REFORMED CHURCH Cornelius Lepeltak, M inister Sunday M orning W o rship, 10:30. \W onder, Love an d Praise.” Sunday School a t 12. Evening Worship, 7:00. \ S tr e n g th and B e a u ty ” Beginning on April .7, the eve­ ning service will begin a t 7:30 instead of 7 o'clock. HOLDS PLAN (Continued from Page One) under 60 ycn-rs of oge to psy -taxes enough to provide a sub­ sta n ti a l pension to those over 60. Except in case of actual dis­ ability I think th a t all old age pensions m u st be limited to those above 65 years o f , age and ■ I th in k th a t it is absolutely im ­ possible to tax th e people of th is country enough to pay the (same pension to those in the South, where the cost o f living is lower, th a t we p a y to those in [ th e North. These Townsend taxes would e it h e r raise prices o r drive more people out of business and ih th a t way they would bear most heayjly on the poor. I do not propose to support any m easure th a t is very evi­ dently designed to deceive the people and -to get m o n ey out of them , ra th e r -than to accom ­ plish the purpose t h a t they pre- , ten d to stan d for. A little later oh, as the oppor­ tu n ity comes, I -propose to dis- : c u ss th e entire social security problem and to* make such constructive proposals witli re­ ference to th a t problem as are possible. AM ATEUR SHOW W ith B r a d ley Kmkam Sponsored by Townsend ciub ,No. -1-; R e d m e n ’s Hall,. l > W is N. Y., A p ril 2. Aidrii.-^Adulta 85c, Children oqj . W- Ray Converse ATTORNEY AT LAW F irst N a tio n a l Bank M a rion, N. Y. H o u rs: 2-5 W ednesday of eac h week ROAST PORK SUPPER Thursday, April 4 Serving begins a t 5 :30 P. m. T R I - GLASS First, Reformed C h u r c h 30 C e n ts a Plate 1 1 CHANCES w ith I nntcitedi feeds of doubtful quulity. ST: GREGORY'S CHURCH Sunday Mass a t 8:30 a. ni. -------------- o ------------ ASSESSORS TO MEET T h e annual m e e ting of the W ayne County A tauciatlon of Town T a x Assessors will be held a t t h e C o u rt House in Lyons a t 10 a. m. W ednesday, April 17. R. Enslow a n d , Joseph K e n n y from th e S tate T a x D e p a rtm e n t a t A lbany will be guests a t the meeting. HISTORICAL UNIT MEETING M a rion — Papers were read-1 by Mrs. Q. E. Luce a n d T. .F. Young at the m e e ting of the Historical Society Tuesday eve­ ning a t th e hom e of Mr. and Mrs. R. s.. Bush.. MASONS POSTPONE MEET M a rion — T h e special m eeting an d d i n n e r plan-ned by M arion Lodge F. an d A. M. for Tuesday evening, M a rch 26, was post­ poned to Tuesday evening, April 9, on account of th e conditions of th e roads OLD WANTED HtGHKST CASH I'H IC E lllliil for old hor*«»s to he hum a n e ly killed, riionu re > erne to LHSTJ3U 1112%- h i T 1^1 R r.VHM, lloicomh, 4D1-A, % ict<y?* -V. * ; flee o f E r n e s t V. Peirson, one of. the said Executors, Pollock Building, Newark, New York, on or before th e 25th d a y o f April, A. D., 1940. D a ted O c tober 14th, 1939. <■ . E R N E ST V. PEIRSON, LUCIAN C. CARR, Executors. ten young women F riday after- ' M iss G e raldine B irch of Roc'h- noon, M a rch 15, at the hom e of j e s ter is a guest th is week of Miss Cook, the party being a Miss Elizabeth Petty, variety show er for Mrs. Donald | Miss M arjorie' Lookup is home A lbert T, W ilkinson an d W. T. Purchase, A ttorneys for Executors. C a m d e n an d N e w a rk, New York. U42-20t MOVIE STARS CAN’T LOOK SKINNY SVo woman emu afferd Io. if you fca.ve u n lo v e ly k a g f i r d hollowa and SW U itn, you m a y need ifie V ila* m i* B Complex mmA fro * I* Vlnol. V inol l u i bfliMMl thouffa*ds. Al t'a i o c y o u r *lrug s to r * . 3 C e n t S u p p e r FYiday Evening, M a rch 29th D ining room o f Masonic Temple Large variety of— Home Cooked- Foods Cover charge o f 10 c ents AND EE SURE MALCOLM BREMNER Phone 3641 Mariol I BOTTLED HEALTH City Dairy Milk keeps babies, stro n g a n d heal::.-, . builds firm bodies, strong bones a n d supp! ■ needed energy foods. It is good fo r m o thers, t :-. and for th a t m a tter, anyone! T h e recom m e n d !. diet is a t least a q u a r t a day per person. 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Let*s tails it o \cr., the kitchen e©si aud clean R O C H E S T E R G A S a n d ELECTRIC C O R P O R A T I O N s o i h s , ,\. y . , ( iinlitiuetl from ,i ... s i . h a v e bet . • daWt -w ith I i -rar.el a t Al M: aiui Mrs. Fi’£ \i;. , M try K e n n el :• K t , Mr! a n d Y, -. ■; L a -> of Muson f v i’reemar. 7 i.n E a s ter - vi:. Marion Hoi S . i . . -1-l.ltT ll., s .ad M erriam .vai.iny S tate - r. is spending ; , i Wit'll, his p ... \ii.-. Albert N t -.ii<-ii Si. Mr and' Mrs.-Alb s in ia ctad-y sp e n t .in a-i-nd. in. Net ,t-.' of Mr, W-axi Mr and Mrs. Edwn v.i nra St. \i: < Dorothy B : turn Sunday to ,i - Russell Sage Cc \ v after sDendii -.: ici-ess. w ith , j B.a.vc:i of V ienna -213 S. M a T n ST

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