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Tf i .F.PHONE 7KD' NEWARK 'UNION-'GA^ETTE AMD MAR1©M ENTERPRISE,'.^TMURSiDAY, ' APRIL” V17; 1940. Uarimi - At th e Count of ij held last w eek Tuesday. allow ing aw a rds w ere pre- ^ 11 , ,'d to ■members of Boy Scout -Pro, pi 137 toy A d v a n c e m e n t t'turii-man, .Sanford B u sh of t h e {f,£> com m ittee: T e n d e rfoot • W hite an d F r a n c is Allen; S,’.,,.od Class- G o rdon M o rm o n , C a lendar of Events Friday, A p ril 12—Spring Music C o n c e rt at 7:30. Saturday, April 13—Finger hakes T e a c h e rs Conference— W olcott. • Tuesday, April 16 -Boy Scout M eeting. K.i uar c c n . tl Johnson an d Rpg'ei- An- , J P o s t- G r a d u a te Students | • T h e resa 'B u rner, ^w jio ha? i b e e n doing some p o s t- g r a d u a te : Work m M arion has left school ;i to accept a position in the office! F:)f first of a series Of troop & Perfdns '\ ‘“‘ u T in M a rion A p r i l ? a n l ^ - ■J**ne* finished this ... ... id m M a iion A p n t_s a n a T y e a r 's work a t A lfred UnLversitv ViK ?cond was h e ld April- • 10 h e th ir d an d final conclave: .... ',e held a t L y o n s Friday •. ir.iri. April 19.. At th is m eet- -h r M a rion-troop com m ittee ,i Troop 137 will dem o n s trate :i «d of Revie w aiid 'Court of ,. Marion Scouts are selling i, to the Scout-O -R.am a to ii, in R o c h e s ter a t Edger- I1.irk. CAprii 25 an d 26. Tiek- ti ;iia> be pu r c h a s e d of the ..it - for 25 cen ts each. Price ni. dOor w ill be 35 cents. For •h nfcaslon, the M a rion troop : ......... ecu assigned; th e m e rit ■j.ni-ii of. C a r p e n tr y . T h e com- preparing th e booth ex- : . . consists of F r a n c is Allen, , i.iiiian, aided by Scouts Fred e r r .e . Dick W itter, D o u g las O r- ' ''iik- r and W a lter L e p e ltak. O.E.S. C h a p ter Plans 4Esther Night* and h a s retu r n e d to work on the W hite. Farm . Rocco M arion; who has been studying A u to M e c h anics a t M orrisville, h a s secured a. p o s i- : tion w ith th e Valley Cadillac Corp..- E a st A v f , R o c h e s ter. C h e ster S a n ford is' spending his vacation from A lfred Uni-! veisity at home- and has, b e e n a visitor at school. Visits and Visitors Mrs. V irginia Hill, district, su p e r intendent, spent Tuesday, visiting in t h e J u n i o r and Senior\ High School departm e n ts. A c t i v i t i e s received a M r a ti n g . 'On ‘S a t u r ­ day th e M a rion C e n tral, School B a n d com p e ted a t W a te rloo a n d 1 were aw a rded a I ra tin g b y Mr, Phoenix an d a 33 r a tin g toy Mr; Beeler. The n e x t big activ ity o f the Music D e p a r tm e n t is th e S p ring Festival, to toe held th i s week Friday evening -to w h ich the public .is cordially invited. The' program w ill-include a n O p e r­ e t t a -by th e 3rd grade; .a F r e n c h H o rn Solo,,by M a ry Louise S try ­ ker; a group of- VOcal choruses by the, 4th-, 5th an d 6th grades;,: a cornet trip toy B e tty Ny.e„ Josephine M a r io n - a n d M ilo-VAri4 Marion’s F&it ill Review PRESBYTERIAN GHtlRCH, Rev. M a u rice J . V e rduin, P a s to r I Sunday 1 0 :30-D ivine W o r­ ship. Serm o n them e : Ah Incpin- •plete D iscourse. 14:45~Ghttrclh School Session. Adult- Bible S tudy th e m e : Hose a Toils of G‘ 0 d ’s . F o rgiving Love. T h e Session will m e e t on S u n d a y at 10 o ’clock in th e J u n ­ ior D e p a r tm e n t R o o m . T h e H o n o r B r ig h t Class m e t on W ednesday .evpning-.nt. th e ■Kotiweriberg; selections by th e •Saxeiite group from th e 3rd grade and a sh o r t c o n c e r t toy- 'the school, band. T h e concert will s t a r t a t 7:30 a« d th e adm ission ch a r g e of 25 cents for ad u lts and 15 cents for, children will be tu r n e d over to th e music d e p a r tm e n t for th e i r ' activities. ' T h is departm e m t-is. one of the very active and im ­ p o r tan t d e p a r tm e n ts of: a u r school an d it is hoped1 t h a t th e com m u n ity wj'1,1 show' i |s interest in j t h e su p p o r t of th is a n n u a l ’project of th e year. .O n M ay 10.will toe th e C o u n ty Miss Vivian Coiem an of S odus,- Music F e s tival a t Lyons-- -hr hom e of Mfs. S tanley P h illips. The W o m a n ’s M issionary S o ­ ciety will rrieet on T u e s d a y eve­ ning. April 16; a t 7:30 o’clock at th e hom e of Mrs. W illiam E. P e r d u y n w ith Mfs. E d ith S m ith a n d Mrs. M. Van O s tr a n d as; assisting hostesses. R e p o rts of th e m e e ting of JPresbyterial -So- ’eiety wilt .-be ..given. MS’s. c . L. 'Seybold'w ill lead tlie topic: T h e A m e rican Indian. T h e re wili, also be a display of I n d i a n h a n - : di w ork. ST. GREGORY'S ’CHURCH Sunday, April 1 4 - -Service at 8:30 a. m. • -Marion —W ednesday, April 17, -»... be E s ther N ig h t a t the :v.i • .'.in# of R ichards C h a p ter, y i. S with, a spaeial .program u.ininng present a n d .past i im-mbt-rs who have held th a t d o - h i u i i . Mi- William C h a p m a n , Mrs. Kt- -.ueth Johnson an d R p th H\ aster constitute th e speefai ttee for the evening. T:,r D istrict Convention will iif ; i id April 23 at.O n tario . — ------ o^— , -------- ViOTORIST INJURED Marion - T h o m a s F. Young ibi-ed cuts, a n d bruises about., the tact and a badly bruised | kuee and chest last F riday a f t - . when his c a r ran into a in- 1 - and pole a t th e corner of [.North Main and U n ion streets in ar. - iTort to avoid a collision wiMi. another m o torist -believed I to a e swung out to m a k e th e . j tu:. .nto U n ion S tr e e t. Y o u n g ’s. I ca: was badly dam a g e d . who is a senior a t K e u k a Col­ lege, observed in the English an d Com m e rcial D e p a rtm e n ts ’ last Friday.. . Mi's. Frances: Young w a s a guest on Tuesday evening o f th e Sodus R o tary Club and spoke on \Vocatioillal G u idan|te”. Miss Stella' Bassett,, school nurse, will go w ith other m e m ­ bers of the local h e a lth com m it­ tee to the first m eeting o f the W ayne C o u n ty H e a lth Com mit­ tee t h i s T h u rsday -evening. w h ich M arion, C e n tr a l School will p a r ticip a te. Buses R im F riday Evening T h e buses w ill m a k e th e ir reg u lar rim s to b r ing in th e stu d e n ts w h o are tp tak e p a r t in th e co n c e r t F r id a y evening. Buses will leave school at 6:30 p. lit. an d th e re tu r n trip s w ill be m a d e at'9 :3 0 . This service is: planned for those w h o have no m e a n s of tran s p o r ta ti o n , b u t it ;is satisfacto r y for children, to iccmre w i t h 't w e i r w r e m s . SECOND REFORM E D CHURCH C o rnelius Lepeltak, M inister S u n d a y M o rning W o rship^ 10:30—“A Bible Loving C h u r c h ”.! S u n d a y School, 12:06. Evenihg- W o vship, 7:30—“ C o n tact!” 10 YEARS ‘AGO . April 11, 1'9S0 T o n ight will be ’P a r e n ts’ N ight for M ario'h Tl'obip of Boy ScoutS; With -the Scout Executive ’pres­ ent . Mi's. A. f . .\Speet's- is spending the m o n th in W a s h ­ in g t o n . . . A r t h u r - T u r n e r 'h a s ; opened a feed sto r e hi, -NeWark . . . The to.afigtiet of th e -'Stud­ en ts’' A ssociation was h e ld, in the dining room of th e ’ B a p tist C h u rch F riday evening. -Letters. were aw a rded 'to th e w inners and trophies 'to piem b e rs of. t h e , cham p ion g ir ls ’ team th g t did not lose a -game in th e N o rthern W ayne League. 20 YEARS AGO April 8 , 1920 -A reception w as given T h u r s ­ day evening a t th e hom e of T h o m a s Wi'therdeii\ in honor of Mr. an d Mrs. .Harold. W i'therdeii a n d Mr. and Mrs- B c n Jam iirj W itherden . . . Florence B e a le is 'recovering from scarlet fever. . . . G rover R y a n apd family: h a v e m oved t o -Port. G ibson . ... Mrs. 5*r£ed«-' - h a s- *• a rrived; from Cuba to spend the sum m e r w ith h e r nio'ther ., . .. Does' Any one know w h a t tifne it is? „,J0 ’ Play Given in Assembly T h e 7D English Class present­ ed a play, “Too ,M u ch H o rse”, M o n d ay m o rning a t a n assem ­ bly of the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th„ grades. M usic D e p a r tm e n t News O f th b stu'dthlts w h o com­ peted in th’e solo and ensemble groups .at th e district Music Festival h e ld tn W aterloo on F riday M ary Louise S tr y k e r re­ ceived a II plus ratin g on her F rench H o rn solo; ithe C o rbet' Trio composed of B e tty Nye, Josephine M arion and Milo Van K o u w enberg received a. I rating and -the F rench H o rn Q u a rtet com p o sed of H ildegard Ressue, G ladys' Collier, M a g d a lena Van Hall a n d M ary .Louise Stryker Teachers Association M a rion C e n tr a l School te a c h ­ ers w ill-a tten d th e spring eon- ference o f th e F in g e r -Lakes T e a c h e r s A ssociation ;to toe held th is week S a tu r d a y in L e a v e n ­ w o rth C e n tr a l School at W o l- c6?tt. Miss M a ry S h e lden is a c t ­ in g as. ehairm a iti- Of , th e La-tih feachei's Section arid Miss M a ry F a rrell is ch a ir m a n of th e group of A r t .teachers. CLUB TO END YEAR M a rion—T lie M a rion S tudy Club will hold its f i n a l m e e ting of the year, M o n d a y evening, April 15, a t th e hom e of the president, Mrs. R. S. Rogers. P a p e r s will be given by M rs. A. L. D e a n , Mrs. C h a rles M R ich a n d Mils. Rogers. BAPTIST CHURCH Jo h n J. Baker, P a s to r S u n d a y M o rning Worship a t 10:30. Serm o n subject, “The- W o rst Oid M an In T o w n ”. Bible. School at 41:45. T h e young people will m eet on W ednesday evening, April 17, a t , 7:30 M p r i a n W t & e r M i A n s To Be Flashed O u t M iiribn—!H, A. DajVLs, w a te r su p e r intendent for M a rion, a n - ' b o u n c e s th a t th e w a ter m a ins will be flushed out early n e x t Week a f te r Monday. T h is m a y cause som e sedim e n t in th e w a ter for a tim e . b u t p r e c a u ­ tions will be taken to keep t h is down as low as possible. T h is condition w a s noticed last week w h e n work w a s b e ­ in g done to m ake tho connec­ tio n s betw e e n th e village w a ter district a n d th e new M a r ion- W illiam son pipe line. 2 Smash-Value Hltsl Sensational Week-end Event! i s AGO ' ' A p ril 35, 39x6 M. B r D e a n an d G . B, W e s tfall are.iifee cefisus 'erium e rators fo r ‘ M a rion . . . G eorge :E. -Luce w ill’1 erect a house on a lot recently p u r c h a s e d of tAribhOny 'S p e e r s . . . Mrs. E b e r t h a s m o v ed ifei- household goods from W a lw o rth to reside in M a rion . . . A seri­ ous .accident . o c c u rred W e d n e s­ day w h e n O. H. S h e r m a n ’s a u to ­ m o b ile tu r n e d tu r tle on t i l t road betw e e n N ew ark an d Lyons. O f the passengers; Mrs. J. ’S h e r ­ m a n , Mrs. F r a n k D e R ight an d -Phw b r-Y m u iR, Phoebe w as IHUT fftost seriously . . . V, J, G a s ter ton an d fam ily are now Settled on Mill St. \ A0 YEARS AGO . April 14, 1.900 S tr e e t lam p s are a luxury these dark n ights . . . Mrs. M a r­ tin H o sm e r is visiting h e r sister in Mexico, N. Y. . . . T h e M a rion baseball team lias organized for WMtDS 6*tW She season as follows: MariageT, Biftce P f ttte r ; captainr-TEenry-B.- W obdj jie e r e tary ,' Asa -Rus'seil; line tip: P o tter, Siriitih, Wood. •Lockwood, 'Courtcn, -Russeii, fiosworiih. M a r c h a n t, SchoHp. Snyder, W a ts o n . dlarence Soper is em p loyed in Heslo-r’s produce s to r e . . . A. L. 'Cook was: •down froin B u ffalo o v e r Britoday 50 YEARS AOG A p ril 12, 3850 T h e Good T e m p lars will h a v e ; a spelling m a t c h a t then- next,4 m e e ting . . . E. J. Allen arid U a rrie N. P u lver Were 'irigrried .April 10 . . . J, W . G r e e n and son Lewis are p a in tin g in R o c h ester . . . N. ,M. H eriion h a s iteceritly. added a s'todk Of perfectly ltfve-' ly spring hrits , . . M iss G e o r g ia! B rirrdd ik teaching, tn Pfeejpsi -o-^— — C t o & f e r i a A b o u t L o c a l W iu b s M arion —R e p resentatives o f t h e various local clubs, to'chiding' Masons. Odd Fellows,, G range an d Tow’ftsend organizations will tell about ‘th e i r respectiveygroups a t a m e e tin g o f the! 'M arioii C h a m b e r o f com m e rce next- -M o n d ay-evening! , ' Tire m e e tin g -which will begin a t 8 o ’clock prom ises to be one , of th e m o s t , in terestin g of tlie y e a r according to P resident C. L.! Seybold w h o invites everyone to atte n d , w h e th e r a m e m b e r of t h e ' cham b e r or not, APPOINTM E N T S MADE MaWori—A t %|3e 'r i||(i4 a r ,m e e t­ ing of the M a r i o n T o w n B o a rd1 •held o n M o n d a y eVdhfri'g Dr. John Var.D Oorn,w k s reajpptoint- ed a s H e a lth 'Officer ’Tor t h e town an d -Mrs. W^yh'e P . Allen Was appointed re g is tr a r o f vital statistics to fill th e unexpired term of h e r late h u s b a n d . V WHEELS -MASONS CONFER T h e -T h ird, D e g ree.w ftl b e ’c rin ferto d T u e s d a y evening A p r 1 .16, a t tjie reg u la r c o m m u m c a - . tiori of S ir icetaty-L o d g e 'N o .'.200; F . & A. Mi, Phblps, a t 7r30 p; m ~ D inner w i l f b e A t 6:30 p. m. a t ; '50 c'Cnts p e r platto. Ali \M asons\ are invited, according to F. N. ; 'MCeker, sert'etary. IM 2 2 2 NEW PATTERNS re. r - . a v 14 WHAFS ACOMIN’ 7 a** 26^ Charm and freshness for your home . 'at Wards amaring low prices! New 1946 • colors! 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