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T E L E P H O N E 7 ) 0 NEWARK-UNION-C/ fE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, APRIL'ill, 1940 THREE ARCADIA REFORM ED j(Cv. B. DeYoung, P a s to r K, u;.xr services next. S u n d a y Ijw K u ig at 10:30. Follow ed by I tlie S-niday School a t 12. Ciiii. ixaii Endeavor a t 6:15 I Evening service a t 7:30. * A ii 'iland preaching service | iv,;; so held a t 3 p. m . in th e IgecK.d Reform ed C h u r c h o f | Marl';’, next Sunday.,, A p ril 14. f'jjuc .,acrametot of B a p tism will fit..dj.ii.nistered fo th e children [of u:c c h u rch on April 21. PARK PRESBYTERIAN I.Rev. Willis R. Sanderson, P a s t o r Ffidiy — T h e . M issionary Icrvap' will h o ld tfieir m e e tings tin die homes of m em b e rs. S'jnciA. 10 a, an.—C h u r c h I'Sclno!. 11 a. m.—M o rning W o r­ ship Service. 6 ,p. m .—-M eeting o f I the V.P.CF. Tuesday, 6:30 p. m.—T h e Air |dine Class will have a tu r e e n (supper a t the hom e o f M rs. E r - jvih. ThOUlRS. la l u anuel e v a n g e l i c a l Walter H. K u h n e , P a s t o r Sunday M o rning W o rship llOftft Serm on by P a s to r . C h u r c h IScho.Ti 11:45 a. m. Christian E n d e a v o r 6:30 pi m. ■Ever.mg W o rship 7:30. Song Iservicr Special, selections. S e r - |rnw by Pastor. Prayer ffliM''-*' T:v;r-day. April J l , A lbright ••vrhood - R o a s t F r e s h H a m | S u P p < r u v church basem e n t, (Iron. ’>■ 30 to 8 p. Ih. - CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Are Sin, Disease, a n d D e a th Rea.' i? the subject of t h e Les- |s.v.-Sermon in all C h u r c h e s of Chr.-r. Scientist, on Sunday, 14. T h e G o lden T e x t is: f'Tim i.ord is o u r judge, th e Lord . our lawgiver, th e L o rd is our tira he will save u s ” (Isaiah |33 22 7 ;oe.al services, m e h e ld at fth, r irner of M asoii a n d H igh Sis ..t 11 a. m. S u n d a y School a t to, 15 a. m. W ednesday evening feerv at 8 o’clock, , Wednesday aftern o o n the gooms are open from 2 to 4 iv. for the purpose o f re a d - |n ; and obtaining literatu r e . All ire most welcome t o a tt e n d our fen .ccs and visit th e read in g t o i t : ; pilRiSTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE 237 East M iiler S t r e e t Thomas A. Wilcox, P a s to r Sunday School — 10 a. m. ►i’U.nns W orship— 1.1 a. m. Y ’.ns People’s M e e ting—6:30 ,n: Missionary S u n d a y ; C a rol nd Loader. Home^CdnvenEIOn 7 30 p m. P;.,:se and P rayer— W e d n e s- Ba;. 7 30 p. m. Y mg People’s P r a y e r M e e t- |r.; - Friday 7:30 p .m. Plan BPWC District Meeting School DIRECTORS CHOSEN Senior stu d e n t d ir e c to r s o f tlie c la s s plays to be given in co n ­ n e c tio n w ith “K n o w Y o u r School D a y s\ a r e anno u n c e d by M iss Ire n e B.. Q u iri as follow s: J u n ­ io r s —G ilb e r t W a ltz; sophom o res -—H e len Taylor, an d freshm e n — C h r is tin e T e rrell. S n a p p e d w h ile checking d e tails fo r S e v e n th district ses­ sion, Business a n d P r o f e s s io n a l W o m e n ’s C lubs, are this com - \U ttee o f th e N e w a r k u n i t w h ich w ill b e h o s t t o the m e e t this S u n d a y . F r o m left, M e lb a R o b in s o n , M ild r e d B a m m a k e r , M rs. C h a r lo tte G e r m a n , p r e s id e n t, an d M a r g a r e t L a u d is e . News Briefs NEW ARK ENTERTAINS SODUS A N e w a rk group gave a n ex­ ch a n g e assem b ly program a t Sodus H igh yesterday. . T h e pro g r a m consisted of a piano solo by E d w a rd D eY o u n g , a b a r ito n e h o r n Solo by K e n n e th DeLaney, a n d a o n e - a c t play “A lm o st S e v e n teen ”; C a s t of th e play w a s B e tty R o b inson, B a r b a r Nieskes, W illis S a n d e rson an< P a u l CRConnellr L y o n s stu d e n ts will, give an exchange program h e r e th i s F r id a y a t 8:45 a. in . N a n - D e n o m inational B i b l e Class—w ith A i r s ; / E t h e l F ish - baugh Us teacher, m e e ts every T u e s d a y evening, a t 7:30 p. m . in th e L ibrary. The Book o f Genesis, is being stu d ied in th e class s tudy of t h e f ir s t five books of th e Bible. E v e r-R e a d y Bridge C lub—m e t T u e s d a y w ith M rs. Lleyd, R idley C h u r c h will m e e t Friday, April 12, a t 3 p. m. a t th e hom e o f M rs, E lizabeth Cornwell-, 114 W e s t P e a r l St. r M eeting 7:30 W e d n e s- fit^ e a d i a ^ N e x t - w e e t e ^ P ^ e s d ^ “ - ^ ^ ^ | I “ --h | f ' ^ l - ; the club w ill be e n tertain e d a t th e hom e o f -Mrs. F r a n k R a s c h e , W est M iller St. A u c tion B ridge C lub — w ill m e e t T h u rsday, A p ril 11, (today) a t th e hom e of ‘ h frs. C h a r les W right, N o rth M a in S t‘. W . C. T. U.—M e e ting o f th e W o m en's C h r is tian T e m p e rance Union will be h e ld a t th e hom e of Mrs. L a u r a Cowell, 110 P ros­ pect St., T h u r s d a y , A p ril 11, (to­ day). I t will be Y.. T . C. D ay an d a s k e t c h .will be given o f Mrs. F r a n c is G r a h a m by M rs. E d n a H e n d rick. — • N e w a rk. C o n t r a c t C l u b — w ill m e e t today (T h u rsday, A'prff if)' at 2:30 p, m .: w ith M rs. C h a rles D rake. G roup 10—of th e M issionary Society of t h e P a r k P r e s b y terian C h u rch w ill m e e t w ith M rs. E r ­ win T h o m a s , E a s t M a p le Ave.. a t 2:30 p. m . F r id a y , A p ril 12. - -.Members' a r e asked to note change in tim e . I IltST BAPTIST CHURCH Theodore M eyer, M inister S,. day 10:30 a. m.—C h u rch “i; and W o rship. R e v . T h e o - Mrycr will sp e a k o n the- Iu 3 1 • ’ Giving C h r is tian ity A T h e topic fo r ’ the . m il young people's classes \5i- \Proclaim ing G o d ’s F o r - 2 Eovc”. i> in -W a y n e B a p tist B r o th- »'(i M eeting in Lincoln, i' m. - Y o u n g People’s F e l ­ ix M eeting in th e church 7.30 p. m.—S o n g an d - Si-rvice w ith a sh o r t m cs- r>v the pastor on \As I ■ Done”. \■r^day 7:30 p . m .—O u r 7 <>f C h r is tian E d u c a tion :ni-et ih o u r c h u r c h school Rev. F reida E h r lich will guest speaker. ' n-day 6:30 p. m.—C h o ir re- -Q~ -dmund Beckens feds Miss Mander !n i Church Rites B « kc us— M a n d e r M s..irk—Miss Alm a M a n d e r, r of M rs. G e o rge M a n - Nowark, a n d E d m u n d of N e w a rk, son o f John ' fringe o n W ednesday', :n. a t 9 a. m. h r S t. M ich- ’ ailinlic C h iirch, th e R e v .; <’ Lane officiating, bride w a s gow n ed iii ■ '.LfTeta w ith a coronet of blossom s, and long veil, i-i led a bouquet of w h ite \ '.ilies. Charles Provoost o f E a s t i m a tron o f honor, ’•••’ taffeta, w ith a elioul-, 1 .'ilx veil, a n d carried r 1,1 of p i n k ‘an d w h ite c a r - : Ruyinond \Beck&is of b r o th e r of th e bride- p'ied as best m a n . \ mg th,, cerem o n y , a re - was licit! a t the; h o m e of. d r ’s m o ther. -. . bride is a g r a d u a te of High School. P r e iiu p tial included a variety given by th e bride's mi April 7, T h e young wifi m a k e th e i r hom e i\ bridegroom ’s f a t h e t in T D a u g h ters of m e e t W e d n e sday, A p ril 17, a t 8 p. m . i n S t. M ichael’s c h u r c h H all, M issionary G roup 5—o f th e M issionary Society of th e P a r k P r e s b y terian C h u r c h Will m e e t at th e hom e o f M rs. E. T. D u n n . 421 W e s t M iUer S t . F r iday, April 12, a t 3 o’clock. K ings' D a u g h ters—WiU iheet a t th e hom e o f M a rguerite S c h a ttn e r , -E a s t U n iop S t., on T u e s d a y evening, A p ril 16. R o ll call w ill be answ e red w ith fav ­ o r i te rad io program . D e v o tions w ill be led by A u d rey C r a y ton, ’ program .' ' G roup 7—of th e M issionary S o c iety of the P a r k P r e s b y ter- ia n C h u r c h will m e e t F r id a y a t 3 p. m . a t t h e hom e of Mrs. L. H . V a n Tassell. P a s t Noble G r a n d s — T h e r e w ill b e a d istrict m e e ting o f t h e P a s t Noble G r a n d ’s Club of th e M a c edon, on Friday, A p ril 12, a t 4 p . m . D istrict D e p u ty M rs. Id a D a v ies wUl be in charge o f th e m e e ting. A new1 d istrict deputy w ill be chosen from th e N e w a rk group. All R e b e k a h s a r e invited to atten d the supper following th e m e e ting. CLASS PA R T IES PLANNED- T h e th r e e lower classes are going a h e a d w ith plans fo r t h e i r respective p a r ties, a ll o f w h ich w ill be h e ld F r iday, A p ril 19; T h e ju n io r s will hold th e i r p a r ty in P e r k in s gym , t h e soph­ om o res i n L incoln gym and- the fresh m e n e it h e r in th e liigh school or R o o sevelt' gym. C o m m ittees fo r t h e affairs are? as follows: F r e s h m e n : ’P r o g r a m C o m m it­ te e —(Miss W right, chp.irm.an, M o n ty Pulver, Jea n M acLeod, D o rothy C o o p e r, E d w a rd McCue, B e tty S c h e e rens, D o rothy T ie r ­ son, D o n a ld G a rlock, E lsie S h lb - 4ey -and'-Jean—P f - if e r;-en tertaln - ment-^-M r. Lee, chairm a n , R o h r e r t Jaggej;, H a rold Q u a n ce, E d ith Gi’f. R u thvPa-ttersbn, R i ta S inger, M a rilynn F a r r a r , B e tty H a u s m a n , M a r g a r e t G a b riel, Arlene D e S m ith; refresh m e n ts— M iss G lynn, M iss R e d d e n , R ich ­ a r d Jones, R o g e r S m ith, B rew ; ste r K o p p , K e m p Bloomer, M a ry Em e rson, D ick Brow n , M a ry P A R tot'Discuss Early American Bibles on April 17 The su b ject \E a rly A m e rican Bibles” w ill ‘ f e a tu r e the April m eeting iof Col. W illiam . P rescott C h a p ter, D a u g h ters o f th e Am ­ erican R e v o lution, to be h e ld a t 2:30 p. n i. next W ednesday, April 17, in Lyons P r e s b y terian C h u rch. M rs. i t , S p e n c e r Sim p sbn of Lyons w ill be guest sp e a k e r on th e to p ic an d m a n y m em b e r s will ex h ib it o l d B ibles, N e w a rk; m em b e rs w ishing tran s p o r tatio n , are asked to c a l l M rs. F . . E. T h o m p s o n , p h o n e 348-J. H o stesses f o r t h e m e e ting will ; b.e M rs. A lm a T h o m a s - of N o rth Rose, M rs. Rose W ood of Clyde,: and the follow ing Lyons m e m ­ bers: M rs, M a r ian W e stbrook, M rs. C o r a Milem, M rs, L illian M a rshall, Mrs. K a th e r in e K illick, Mrs. H e len E. Ennis, M rs, C lara Lytle, M iss A n n a Avery, Mrs. I v a , A shford, Mrs. L ina Jennings, Mrs. N o ra S tu d e r , M iss M abel W estcott, ! Miss S a r a h Veeder, Miss M a r th a Veeder, M rs. M a ry C . Logan, and M iss Helen* Negus! ; X — ^ , G roups 11 a n d 12—M ission­ ary m e e ting of G r o u p s 11 a n d 12 o f th e P a r k P r e s b y terian Clrorcli, w K icirw a s to h a v e been held a t th e hon/c ofn M rs. C lar­ ence L lh d s tr o n i t h i s F r i d a y h a s been postponed to F r id a y s A p r il M rs; H o w a rd B a rclay ; N e w a rk—Mrs. M a r g a r e t Jo s e - phine (Barclay, 26, of C h u r c h 'St., died W e d n e sday m o rning, April _ , „ ... 10, in N e w a rk H o spital. B o r n in N ewark, on A u g u st 26, 1913, sh e w a s th e d a u g h te r o f M r. a n d M rs. Lewis B u r d e n of C h u r c h St. - ' S h e w a s m a r r ied to H o w a rd B a r c lay of Lyons on Ju n e 17, 1939. Surviving are h e r husband; h e r p a r e n ts; two sisters, M rs. W illiam LaFlam an d M iss E d n a B u rden, of N e w a rk; and- one b r o th e r , -D’W ight, of Newark. F u n e r a l services will b e held S a tu r d a y a t 2:?0 p. m . from th e hom e on C h u r c h St., th e Rev. B e n jam in DeY o u n g officiating, w ith in term e n t in E a s t N e w a rk Cem etery. 26, a t 3 ’o’clock1, place. a t th e sam e Y.T.C.—T h e Y o u th’s T e m p e r­ ance C o u n c il will m e e t a f th e hom e of M r. a n d M rs. A- L.- H e n d rick, 318 V ienna S t., T u e s ­ day. A p ril . 16- a t 7:30 p. m . D o reen K n o x will have charge of th e program . M ildred M iller is p lan n in g the-gam e s . R e fresh­ m e n ts will be served b y M rs. A. L. H e n d rick. At th i s tim e they will plan th e ir p a r t in th e local In s titu te to be lieid April 23. R o a s t F r e s h H a m Slipper— will be held a t th e Km m a m a ' Evangelical C h u rch, co r n e r o f E a s t M iller St. an d C o lton Ave. T h u rsday, April U , from 5:30 to 8 p. m. G roup 4— o l th e M issionary Society o f t h e P a r k Presbyterian ChuTch will me,et: a t th e hom e -of M rs. G e o rge Nye, H igh S t.. a t 2:30 p. ih; F riday. April 12. Mrs. Ju lian M ersdn will be t h e assist­ a n t hostess. .Noonan, Rose W ilck; clean - u p —Miss W r ight, M iss-B a tn, M iss G lynn, M r. Lee, M r. B u r d itt, assisted by W illiam R e iners, J ii- H e rm a n A, Case N e w a rk—F u n e r a l rites were held F riday for H e r m a n A. C a se, 75, of 126 F o rd S t., -who died W ednesday, April 3, 1940. Ser­ vices w e re held ih th e Schulz F u n e r a l Parlor, w ith the Rev W illis R . S a n d e r s o n officiating. B u rial was m a d e in P a lm y r a Cem etery. H e w a s b o r n O c t. 14, 1864. a t O a k s C o rners, th e son of D a n ­ iel an d E liza B e n son Case. S u r ­ viving are a daughter. M iss Florence Case, a n d one son, Lee Case, b o t h o f Elsegenda, C a lif.; a siste r , Mrs._W- S. S tr y k e r of Phelps, add several nieces and nephew s. T h o m a s P. Howley .New York City—M a n y friends of T h o m a s P. Howley iii W estern New Y o rk will re g r e t to learn of his d e a th on W ednesday, April 3, in New Y o rk City. He w as especially well know n in N ewark, w h e re h e visited re la ­ tives. H e w a s born iii Phelps, the .jj^j-g^a-of-Ririiaaxd-aHd-M a -ry-Bwy e r M e thodist C h u r c h \wUl e n t e r ­ tain the husbands and friends a t th e reg u lar m e e ting next Tuesday evening. A p ril 16. a t 8 p. m . T h e re will be no business m eeting. M issionary1 Society --of th e F ir s t B a p tist C h u rch will m e e t F r id a y evening. M rs. Ja m e s B rundage. hostess. A s sistant hostesScs M rs. B radley Palm e r, Mrs. Lliiian G reenw o o d . Mrs. Lyle T h raves. Mrs. Cecil D a v id­ son will give a-fbook review of •D ry D u n c e \ . M rs. Clarlc Reed will be in charge o f tlie devo­ tions! E lection of uflieers- will lake place, .. . ____ _ L c n d -A -H a n d Society - o f , the F i r s t B a p tist Clntrcii will m e e t W ednesday, April 17. a t 2:30 p. m. w ith Mi’s. Jay Jones. South M ain S t . . Howley. Surviving are liis wife, M a ry; two sons, Dr. C larence Howley. and DP; Thom a s Howley, of New Y o rk City: one daughter. Mrs. Law rence Carey, also o f New York C ity; tw o nieces, Mrs. K e n ­ n e th W itt, an d M iss C a roline Howley, o f N e w a rk; and a n e p h ­ ew, Edw a rd Howley, of Syracuse; and several grandchildren. F u n e r a l services were held . S a tu r d a y m o rning, w ith in t e r ­ m e n t in New York City. G roup 13—o f th e M issionary Society o f t h e P a r k Presbyterian C h e ster Berry* N e w a r k —P r ivate funeral ser­ vices w e re h e ld from S tuer- waldY F u n e ral Home JP'Hday aftern o o n . A p ril 5. for C h e ster B e rry, w h o died In New York City on April 2. Rev. Charles W alker - -officiated. In term e n t was m a d e In Newark Cem etery. - — o— - I t pays to read th e U n ion- G a a s lta Classified Ads. R ich a r d Priebej H a rold F a r n s ­ w o rth. Allen DeCanc. F r a n c is Rogers, R ich a r d Jo h n s , Difck B row n , G e o rge M ott, T h o m a s DeM arco, Andrew Lootens. Sophom o res: E n t e r t a i n m e n t — M r. Robb, M iss Borg. C h a ir m a n Je a n B u rgreen. C o ra Scheetz, D ick C h itten d e n , P a u l M e rriam , H a r r y In m a n ; refreshm e n tls— M iss M elius, C h a ir m a n B e tty A lien; C a rl / T r u ini; M a u rice S trow b ridge, R u t h .D ikem a n , E llen Y o u n g ; ciean-up—Mr. M u n son, C h a ir m a n ’’S u m n e r M u n n , Edw in Lewis,’ Bill H a u s ­ m a n , A lthea Schw e itzer, Hazel Sw artw o o d , E leanor Finewood. H a r r ie t S m ith ; tickets—Aquila S a n to r a , ch a ir m a n , a n d Bill R ich a n d C h a rles Johns. Ju n io r s : E n te r tain m e n t—W il­ lis S a n d e r s o n ,\ch a ir m a n , Leon­ a r d S a n d e r s o n , H u g h W iielpton,. Ja n e W oelfel, -B a r b a r a Nieskes. B e tty A c k e rson, Mr. H a tsell and M rs, Cowles; refreshm e n ts -—Ed-„ w a rd S t r a tt o n , ch a ir m a n , G a ry S m ith, B ill Vickery, T o n y Fis- ch e tte, T e d Phelps, B e tty R o b in­ son, H e len G o o ssen, B e a trice M o rris, H e len W eicher, Agnes W illiams,. M iss R a tchford, Mr. W a s h b u rn. M iss R o g e rs; clean- up—Joe F o ti, ch a ir m a n , F rancis C o lacino, Joe , Colacino, B u d -L o a n . V a n . N o r in a n :- m d sic — T o n y F ischette .a n d A g n es W illiam s; collectors—' T h e resa D iSanto, R a y V a n d e r- linde, W h itney H o w ard, \Wanda How land. TRO O P 5 ■ T h e Play, “T h e G i r l Scout W ho H a d No T im e \ , w ill be p r e ­ sented. a t th e p a r ty fo r T roop 4 an d 6 t h i s m o n th . B e tty Chase, Jo a n K e lley. E lnora D e B o u t, K a t h a r i n e R o ss and V irginia A lbanese a r e k n it ting “b e a n ies” for W a r R e fugees as a Ju n io r R e d C ross project. TRO O P 6 The following girls have fin ­ ished th e i r dancing .badge re ­ quirem e n ts: D o rothy R ichm o n d Jean Buck. L o rraine Priebe, B e tty L a w ton, D o rothy Law ton, 4-Laura G a llag h e r , R ita Cdme.au, W inifred Ludlow, Doris T a y lor, Rose Zarola: a n d S a lly K u h n e . The troop is p lan n in g to hold either a roller sk a tin g p a r ty or a bicycle ride. Doris C lirysier is a new m e m b e r o f troop 6. T h e T e n d e rfoot Scouts have received th e ir tenderfoot badges. TROOP 1 E ight g ir ls of T roop 1 a c c o m ­ panied b y M iss M ildred P e r r in w e n t sw im m ing a t th e \Y ” in G e n e v a la s t T h u rsday. HI-Y WORMS SQ U n tM Toil- new can d id a te s fo r th e Hi-Y Club are going th r u in ­ form a l in itiatio n w ith form a! rites expected to tak e place in, about two' weeks. T h e “W o rm s\ arc B e r h a r d V a n d e rbrook, H u g h W h elptdn, A lfred K e tcliam . Dick C h itten d e n , P a u l M e rriam . H a rry Inm a n . C a r l T ruini, Lloyd Parker, C h a r les H a u s m a n and M a rk W alsh. GIRL SCOUT L o c a l C h u r c h S e t s ‘H o m e C o n v e n t i o n * T h e \ local ch u r c h of the C h r is tian and M issionary Al­ liance is planning to hold its first “Home C o n v e n tion” April 14 to 21. w ith a service each n ig h t a t 7:30 except S a turday. M rs. E. W. M iller o f Jam e s tow n . New York, who ju s t tw o years ag o organized the church in j N ewark, will be in charge of the j m e e tings, ’ i The first m e e tings w e re held j o n W est U n ion S tr e e t, th e n ’ la t e r th e property o f th e old C h r is tian C h u rch w a s p u r ­ ch a s e d w h ich h a s been rem o d e l­ ed w ith a parsonage in th e r e a r , a n d splendid auditorium for s e r ­ vices. — -— —o ----- - T h e petroleum , in d u s tr y in all its branches employs over a m illion m en. pays a billion a n d a h a lf dollars h i wages, an d co n tr ib u tes annually 4 billion- d o lla r s to th e n a ti o n ’s p u r c h a s ­ in g power; ____ PARENT .GROUP TO MEET L a s t P a r e n t- T e a c h jsr discus­ sion group m e e ting of th e year for R o o sevelt School: will be co n ­ ducted this afternoon: (T h u r s ­ d a y ) - a t 2:39 a t th e school by M iss L a u ra LeRoux. Topic of discussion will be “W h a t Is Good Discipline,?” *'\ TRAFFIC SIGNALS LIGHTED Police Chief, W illiam Scheetr en s announces (h a t th e .traffic\ signal lights .at th e corner o f E a st Avenue an d V a n B u ren St., unused f o r several m o n th s , WaVe' been pu t in to daily o p e r a tio n .and vyarns all. m o torists to tak b cognizance of th is Change. a GONE WITH THE WIND! A N D N O W INDstorm IN S U R A N C E e v e r y f i r e i n s u r a n c e p o l i c y sh o u ld c o n tain th e EXTENDED COVERAGE ENDORSEMENT w h ich covers d a m a g e due to:-r—- WINDSTORM T o r n a d o , C y c lone, H a il, E x p lo s io n , R io t, F a lling A irc r a f t, M o to r V e h icle D a m a g e a n d S m o k e . MINNIE F. SNYDER PHONE 244 , MASONIC BLDG. T h e - tr o o p com m ittee of troop 5 will h o l d a c a r d p a r ty a t S t. M ichhel’s M o n d a y , A p ril 22, from 8:15 u n til 11:30 p. m. The Executive Council will e n te r ta i n troop cap tain s and lie u t e n a n ts a t Wolfs, a t 6:30 p.m . A p ril 1,7. T h e com m ittee in charge is Mrs. Leslie Engleson, C h a irm a n ; Mrs. E d w a rd M u ndy, M fs. W illiam O’C o n n e ll. M rs. Jam e s T y n e r. M rs. Edw a rd H a r ­ ris o f R o c h e s e r will be the gu e s t speaker. 0 • J u n i o r J o t t i n g s Billy arid Jim m y Cole of W e st Union S t. were w eek­ end guests of th e n g r a n d p a r ­ ents, M r. and Mi’s.- W illiam C. F r e e h o f Vienna St. Jean Buck has been ill a few d a y s th i s week a t h e r home on Elm S t ’. Bobby Macon h a s been w ith a cOld th is wee h orne- pn - Q racc Ave- iil THESPIAN FETE FRIDAY T h e T h e s p ian s will h o ld a party th i s F r iday evening in th e high school gym . T h e following com m ittee? are an n o u n c e d by M iss Q u iri: H o s t a n d hostesses —Ja m e s H a r t, T e d P h e lps. S h i r ­ ley H u m e ston, Ja n e W o elfel; refreshm e n ts — B ruce Babcock, Thelma. D o reen. B a r b a r a Nieskes, F red Y o u n g ; e n tcrta in - m e n t —C h r is tine T o rrell. Carl ■ S irlrem rT a u i U ’conneil, B e tty R idley;- -clean - u p —Joe Foti, B e tty A b b o tt, V e r n a H e n k el, Vera D o rn, Edw a rd S t r a tt o n . ALONCi THE CORRIDOR Nelson D u rfee is again g r a c ­ ing th e corridors of N e w a rk H I poly t h i s tilde som e thing is g o n e from his m a k e - iip . . . Several people have h a s tened to tell m e th a t th e m y sterious basketball Pearl N e w ton w e a r s i s n o t Dick C h ittenden's. R u riior now has it th a t it is J?,aul O'CtyiuiPlKs Speak now or forever hold your p f a e e r T a u l . r . it looked as though a good sh a r e of N e w a rk HI a tt e n d e d tlie cinem a la s t Friday. T h e y were p e a r l Newton. G a ry •SiiiTtli 7 .re i n \ P a r k e r / Te d Phelps. M a ry Ja n e , H a rold Van. R ita S inger, W o rm M e rriam . Dick C., Vera, Bob a n d yours truly. Bill P o r ter w as th e r e stag. W h a t’s th e m a t t e r Bill, could­ n 't you g e t a N e w a rk girl? B a r b a r a N ieskes did a little e n te r ta i n in g la s t T h u r s ­ day evening . . . S p ring certainly Is here, ’cau s e the H i-Y w o rm s are out. I f a visito r w e re to e n ­ te r o u r p o r t a l s o f learning, no doubt he’d think he got in the. w rong school J i r c t it? i -with su c h .goiifgs o n r S p e a k in g o f tlie Hi-Y, lit looks like th e y ’re going to sponsor a n o th e r dance n e x t m o n th . . . W ell Sodus was over to see N e w a rk S u n d a y nite. I w o n d e r justi h o w long t h i s is go­ in g to last! CANNE’S A N N U A L USED Nowr Going On! W a e n y o u t a k e a d v a n t a g e o f M -B S u p e r M a r k e t d a il y m o n e y - s a v i n g p r ices on f i r s t q u a lity foods. M B J173 E. Union St. in the Commercial Bldg. Open Saturday Evenings ANNUAL SPRING STOCK UP NOW |C EACH I Good Quality f Splendid Value f Get Ready for Spring Cleaning a t Tiffs Low Price H IG H GRADE SU G A R CREEK COU NTRY C r o l l TR E E R IPEN E D S U N K IS T NAVEL KELLOGG'S LAIIGE SIZE. DQZ. 2 8 Oz. H r% Pkgs U CAPITOL 3 LBS, 37c Market Basket Markets handle ' strictly High Grade Meats—Tender Juicy Steaks cut from high Western Beef\. . Don't thtnk because our prices are low- that Quality has been sacrificed. _______ _ O u r P o l i c y CAMPBELL PORK & BEANS GREEN GIANT PEAS • FRUIT & VEGETABLES Fancy Red Ripe - . . T O M A T O E S Ib. j 9 c Extra Select Finest A S P A R A S U S 2 lbs. 2 9 * +AN0Y—CU0AN~ ' “ P I N E A P P L E 2 for 2 5 ‘ 2 CANS \ 5 c 2 CANS 2 9 c DINTY MOORE STEW O A K I T E 1 2 c FREE Silver Cleaning Plate D I M C A I-G’ 2 — 37c- n i R J V MED. ...SL aw 17c A New Dnllclous Cracker LIFElU0Y3BAR5t7c HERSHEY Chocolate y 2 Pound 12c UNDERWOOD CLAMS m w . HERSHEY Chocolate Bars Ig. 2 - 25c MARSHMALLOW FLUFF 10c GRANULATED SOAP 2 3 c SPAGHETTI A M I. BALLS b ' s .* 2 ^ - A M 'P g lC E S COOP ONLY IN SUPER STORES m FLO R ID A GOLD GRAPEFRUIT 2 TOILET SOAP SOAP 3 BARS 3 5 scon TISSUE TOWELS 3 - 2 5 No. 2 Can* t*> PWgs.

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