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VOL. LXVIII No. 16 Subseription — ? 2.00 a tear __________ P u b l i s h e d W e e k ly NEWARK, N£\V YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1940 TWO SECTIONS — 12 PAGES (Continued from First Section) Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook - of ..palmyra called, - Sunday, on ' hi r .'liter, Mrs. Thomas Slater j Grace Avenue, who is . con fined to lrer home by ill- : r.csv Mr and Mrs. H. M. Howard : oi West Union St. entertained Mr and Mrs. H. G. Howard of W\.-; Miller St. at; d inner.on : WtiMosday evening ' of last ■Mok m honor of the birthday of H. G. Howard, , Nfr and Mrs. M. D. Lasher ' ard Donald Qrowley of Grace A-,., .pent'Sunday In Geneva.. ■r. ' pue.sts of Mr, and Mrs, Frank Lee and family. Mr .aiid Mrs. 'Ralph Boer- ;i':ui and daughter, Janice Kay. and son,. Larry, of East W.i saiuson called at the home , f Mr. and Mrs. E. G-. Parker West Union St. last week Ft.day evening. Mrs Henry W itt returns to r.> r home in Arcadia this week filer undergoing an opera- i a t Newark Hospital. She .' much improved. Mr aiid Mrs. Lloyd Squier a.i i son, Roger, of Shortsville, ■v Sunday callers at the .. of Mr. and Mrs. G, ft, H r .: of Madison Avenue. Mr'- Walter Crowley of Roefirster, and Mrs. Frank Lee ■I Orueva, spent Thursday Vli tlieir parents, Mr. and Mr M D. Lasher of Grace Av Mrs. Lee attended her r.uite club a t the home of ‘M. .' Margaret Kelly in the f.-ume... Mr and Mrs. Harrison M. li 'ird of West Union St, r.i <’d on friends in Rochester i . Sunday. .'•L\ Evelyn Camp of Grace A.-i. ie had as her week-end Ci.' -t Miss Loretta Appel of ■ •Rochester. _ ____ Mr and, Mrs. Eugene Chap­ man of Skaneatelfes called on ir 'md.' in town on Sunday. Muirs Schcetz. a student at r. ,rk'pn has been spending .p.i.'t week with his par- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin s. , et? of Church St. He re- ’ - .< tl to Clarkson jast Tues- Emma Youngs has i’\ ■■ t.i for the past week at • home on West Avenue. Mr.'. Aquilla Melton a n d son, lv . :’,rth, of Moultrie, Georgia, » '■•“ i last Friday evening in M.vojk. Mrs. Melton has 1 ac- iccitd a position at Newark H ;>.; ii. Kenneth is spending • time with his a u n t. Mrs. ii ' urd R. Wiebeld, and Mr. K ’eld, of East Miller St. Mr.' Louise DeWiide is > d ill at her home •M .1 Mills Road. if ■ pli Donald, assistant • ■ i-’rr of Schtoe’s Capitol l • i-'cr is leaving -Sunday, •'■> .. 21 . on a vacation trip '••■‘-h the West, and will ' ' -p. on Sunday, April 28. the west he will visit ■ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- i Donald of Warren, Ohio. Mr.' Frank Bartleson of : ' Aicmie is reported ill at ..vine with sinus trouble. re- on Samuel McMahon of uidaJgua is visiting his ■ •piiicr, Mrs. Gordon Munn : Madison Avenue. M \ Florence E. Edwards, ;t ' • r.ck D. Edwhrds, of •' • ■ riiuvn were recent guests ‘l cousin. Miss Jennie A. •ir' . trong of Prospect St. , 'J: - Geoigc Chapman, of ■,:1 r-oii Exf. entertained her • 1 u club on Tuesday cve- ’ ‘>f thjs Week. 'J' mid Mrs. Miller Meeker : ''■ •.Fiamson were guests oil ■s ! iv of their cousin, Miss ■ M Hay of Washington St. Fred Beard of Utica called, hero Sunday eve- \ii account of the serious AT PENNEY’S—MORE FOR YOUR MONEY! • a of her sister,-Mrs. John ' < r Ball of High St. \ jnd Mrs. Edward Vau 1 .Mi's. Alice Cortevillo, Mie iliaiikeiiburg, Miss ' Reynolds called Sunday ' \\\u oil Rev, J . 33. Bre- ' nt •Clifton.Springs Salii- iin . . 1 .'lou.itopves of-Bast- Miller ■ son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'pri'1\ left last Friday for '\.m o uth, Ohio, to , play *;■ hull, witli the PoriSnioutli >• rtfs _ . ___ ______ _ __ ’l and Mrs. liafle O. i’ar- \.'' auci soil, Billy Of West L\ i,u St. were Sunday dtaher ' of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Boerman and- family In East Williamson, Edward Rampsberger, who has been ill at his home on Blackmar St., Is improved-, and able to be out again. Mrs. Ira- Woodhouse has been confined to her home on East Miller St, by illness. Janies Hammond of West Avenue spent the week-end with his mother in Seneca Falls. • i Mrs. Coles Redfield of the Warrensburgh, N. % . faculty, remains ill at the home of her parents, Mr: and Mrs. George Barker, Bartle Avenue. Miss Cecilia Godlewska of Utica is the new nurse at the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. office here, serving New­ ark, Lyons, P almyra and Clyde. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Allen,' Who have been • residing, on •Madisou Ave., for several wepks, are returning to their home in Ithaca this week. Albert Pierce, .seaman, first class, on the U. S. Navy cruiser. “USS St. Louis”, ar­ rived Sunday ■ to spend a 12- day furlo.ugh with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Pierce of West Miller St. . Mrs. Al Gallant of West Miller St. has returned to her duties at the Newark State School after being confined to the Vaux Memorial Hospital by illness for a week, Clark Eggleston of the Kirksviile College Of Osteo­ pathy and Surgery at Kirks- ville, Missouri, was home to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Eggleston of Grace Ave. Mr. Floyd Dougherty a n d ' Mr. Frank Schrempf of the local A & P‘ Super Market spent last week Thursday eve­ ning in Syracuse on business, Mrs. William Reed, who has been ill a t her home oft West MUIer St., is reported to be improving. William L. Brown of West Union St. spent last week F ri­ day and Saturday in Fayette­ ville, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey D. Brown and daugh­ ter, Eleanore Gail. Mrs. George Ware is ill at her home on Colton Avenue. Mrs. A. Beilstein of West Miller St. and Mrs. John Sev­ erson of Moore St. spent F ri­ day in Syracuse as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Bingham and attended the Christian Science Lecture in the First Church, Syracuse, in-the eve­ ning. Mrs, Fred Burgreen of Wil­ son St. underwent an opera­ tion last week at the Barber Hospital iii Lyons. Mrs. Clem Freling of West Union St. returned to her duties a t ,S tu a r t’s this week after a convalescence of sev­ eral m o nths following an oper­ ation a t Newark Hospital. Jack Flavin of East Miller St. was called to his home in Waterloo on Sunday by the sudden illness of his mother. Dr. Charles Furtherer and Dr. George Harris of the staff of St. Mary’s Hospital in- Roch­ ester were guests last Thurs­ day evening of MT. and Mrs. Charles C. Michqlsen of Fair- vilie Road. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fy- naut of Syracuse called on friends in Lyons last Sunday. Mrs . 1 A. J. Howard of- East Miller St. attended the Clif-r- ton Springs Grange meeting on Tuesday evening of this week. ; Mr. and Mrs. John LaClair and family plan to move on Saturday from South jMdih St. to 458 West Union St. Mrs. William L. Brown of West Union St. spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday in Geneva, the guest of her- daughter, Mrs, Charles Wiltse and family. Mrs. Myrtle McDonough of Moore St.. returned Monday evening from an extended visit with Mr. rind Mrs. Harold Connolly and family of Roch­ ester. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cranne and daughter Marie of West Walworth and Mr. and Mrs. John Van Norman attended the Townsend meeting at Geneva Sunday afternoon. Mr. Harold Elliott of Roch­ ester was week-end guest of Miss Claudia Van Norman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JOhn Van Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strite ' of Buffalo spent Sunday with -M r. Strife's brother, Mr. Ken­ neth Strite and family of Colton Ave. James Rogers of Moore St. is reported confined to his bed with a cold. Mrs. Ella Lyke Is reported ill a t her home on North Main St. Miss Alice Hyman of Roch­ ester spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Susie Hyman of West Miller St. Mrs. Louise KricL has re­ turned to h er home on Elm St. after spending two weeks with h er son, Frank Kriel, and family, in Rome, N. Y. Miss .Corabelle Gruschow Of Prospect St. spent- the week­ end with her mother, Mrs. Mary Gruschow, at Clifton Springs. - ~ • Mrs. Ward Crider was hos­ tess to the Past President’s Club of the American Legion Auxiliary on Tuesday evening of this week at her home on North Mam St. Mrs. Katherine Geer is re­ ported iil at her home on Moore St. L o c a l B P W C H o s t T o A r e a D i s t r i c t M e e t i n g a t W o l f ’s A round table discussion On “Programs” featured the 7th district .ineeting of Business: and Professional Women’s Clubs here last Sunday afternoon fol­ lowing dinner at Wolf’s, . . Rose Moore of Rochester, T th district director, and Esthei Corwin of Oswego, state pro! gram chairman, talked, on the subject, and reports were given by) program chairmen qf Jthq various clubs represented at the meeting. i Invocation was given , by Jose-), phine Fitzgerald of Hornell, and during dinner, songs were sung by a double quartette composed Of Anthony Colactoo” Rober| Beck, Carlton Pulver, Stanley Kardys, Charlotte German, Melba Robinson, Rachel fteeveS: and Jeanette Gray, accompan­ ied by Miss Kathleen Crouch. Helen Mollehhauer of Wolcott read the club “Collect” and Helen Hume and Edwme Jones of the Newark club presented an original skit. j Club presidents and members present from Rochester. Geneva; Wolcott, Watkins Glen, Buffalo, I Corning and Hornell were intro­ duced by Charlotte German, j president of the local club. - New officers of the local club | will be elected at a meeting next Tuesday at the Baptist I Church. B e t r o t h a l T o l d O f M i s s B e a c h , R u s s e l l C i i y l e r Announcement of the engage­ ment of Miss Barbara Bleach^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Beach of,,108 Lily St., Newark, to Russell CUyler, son of Mrs. Alta Cuyler of Newark, was made by her p arents at a bridge luncheon given on ■Saturday,.... April 13. 1940, by Mrs. Beach-at • her home. Guests present were Miss Eleanor Davis, Miss Mary Jgne fteed, Miss Jeanette Radder, Miss M argaret Welcher, Miss Dorothy Donnelly, Miss June Robinson, Miss Mary Jane Ver­ dow, Miss Elizabeth Dunn, Miss Betty Drake, Miss Frances Bolles, Mrs. Eleanor Christy Dougherty, Mrs. Richard Corn- stock, Mrs. Coles Red­ field, Mrs. Al synesael.o Mrs. Alta Cuyler, and Mrs. Janies' Jenkins, all of Newark; Mrs. James W. Hiffinan, Rochester; 'Miss Ann Collins, Miss Ellen Collins, Mi(s. Gordon Parker, Mrs. William. Miller, Mrs. Fred­ erick T. Boeheim, a n d Mrs. John Sloat, all of Lyons. Both Miss Beach and Mr. Cuyler are graduates of Newark High School in the class of 1933. Miss Beach was graduated from Katherine Gibbs Secre­ tarial School, Boston, in 1935, and is employed as secretary at the Newark State School. Mr. Cuyler is employed by the Em­ pire State Nurseries, The wedding will take place in the Fall. W a s h D a y C a r e s * And free of any expense in so far as the Family Wash is con­ cerned. Stott’s do that for less than actual home costs. And most of the ironing, too, for lit­ tle more. Just like this:— E n t i r e W a s h i n g & I r o n i n g (Except Wearing Apparel) 9° Ib. Phone Newark 645 or 646 Launderers and D r y C l e a n e r s “The Cleanest Spat in W a yne County” rt take our word for it! Shop the town! Be Convinced! Children’s, Misses’ Pretty pastels with stripai ■ tops. 2 paiw 1 5 c Spun Rayon LADIES’ PORTO RICAN 2 5 c Compare this value! ’ Printed Rayon SATIN GOWNS Beautiful gar- 6 6 c heard price! aFan un- of low Now you can make new drapes a n d , slip covers without a strain on the budget. Good qual­ ity in attractive: patterns and col­ ors! Yard wide. PRINTED TEA TOWELS. A special fea- UueT Part linen towels in color­ ful, gay designs . 15 7c X 30” They're marvels at this price! Up-to-the- minute styles in the very newest spring - prints-.—Fitri swing-or pleated skirts, clever shirring, tu c k i n g , sm a rt pockets — a l l fine details usually associated With high­ er priced d r p s s e s . Sizes 12 to 44. l 4. ‘ ’ j .,/v> ivfwww^,svi mm . <*«»*<-» ■ Large Size CANDI.EWICK. SPREADS Weell -colore J -0 0 - Rayon Knit I Torn size 87x108. W tufted on . pastel—colored [ heavy niuslin j foundation. rAmazing for Easily worth double this low mice! 2 4 c Men’s Dress The best .shirt .value in town! See for yourself! Fine broadcloth. Sanforiz­ ed shrunk! Handsome pat­ terns are printed in richly dyed backgrounds. Non­ wilt collars too! Buy Now! COMPARE! B O Y S ’ S H I R T S Fancy designs. O E c All fast colors. chMPARE! Oxhide O ’ALLS or FROCKS 6 3 c Men’s a n d SHIRTS SHORTS 1 0 Look at the features you get a t this low price! Striped shorts in fast colors with elastic sides. Sturdy Swiss rib shirts. “BELLE ISLE” PILLOW CAgftS 42 X.36 size; White'bleached, COMPARE! Bleached or un- C a bleached. V v Medium weight. yard BARGAIN! ' 36” PERCALES Small medium and large patterns, or sol- mm <% IFid colors! W ash- £ w C fast! yard Printed BEMBERG SHEERS • Washable • Won’t slip at seams Fresh, cool prints in a de­ lightfully cool fabric I Whits, pastel or jm dark grounds. ( L M C ~ yard “ ^ COMPARE! Kiddies’ P L A Y S U I T S Blue, grey or striped. : Sanforized! 49° WARDROBE V .24” x 21% ” x 59% ”- [ Holds 15 to 20 garments. Handy door slides down to ! save space. . Full wood frame, With | moth preven­ tive humidor. Save! 1 . 4 4 COMPARE! WORK SHIRTS Fin e C o v e r t” . _ with genuine. “Talon” Front. U V Bargain! COMPARE! Single 25% WOOf. . B L A N K E T S lit beautiful 7 T F C plain colors. m * COMPARE! WORK SOCKS DRESS § 0 SOCKS For F a ir - COMPARE! CURTAIN NETS, ’Flie better k ind! Wortli touch more. ■ yard Tc ■/ Outstanding Value! SANFORIZED- COVERTPANTS ' Unheard of sav- 73° I) togs oii pants \ that'-'wiU stand Up on any job! MEN’S OXFORDS Moecasin. Sewed uppers. Genuine lea tit- m o a er soles'. 1 * ° ® Very Special! *** A table 2-1” high with a hardwood top a n d turned mapie legs with a beautiful walnut finish! They’re grand gifts! t M € t

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