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TWO NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND-MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, MAY, 9, .1940 -TELEPHOisr. 7 I 0 MlEPHONE 7 Mr. and Mrs. Harry \V. Par­ ker of East Miller St. spent Sunday’ and Monday with their daughter., Mrs. Lloyd Sanford and family of Oneida. Mr. . and Mrs. Fred Harring­ ton of Gardner Road spent the week-end visiting in Sa- 'v.ahnah and Syracuse. ' Miss Gertrude Rogers of Grant St. spent the week-end with her mother iu Bonneville. Mrs. Arnold Fisher and daughters. Laiiita May and: Jacquelyn-of Masqg St. spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her parents in Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pag- nattaro of. West Union St. spent Sunday in Buffalo as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cicero. m’j/ r green'sf mother,. Mrs. A. Bur­ green of Church St. Mrs. Guy Rumsey still re­ mains ill at her home on Bartie Avenue. Her position in the Mail Order Department at Montgomery Ward Company is being temporarily .filled bv •Miss Esther Fox. Mr. Daniel Blankenburg of South Main Street called on Marion relatives on Sunday ' afternoon. ■Mr. and Mrs. Fred Serens and .soil, Frederick o£ Col-ton Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Serens. of Norton St. spent Sunday in Syracuse as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John. Gnagie and fami Mrs. Estella Sherman of West Miller St. spent Tuesday pf this week with her daugh­ ter, Mrs. H. R. Fisher at Pal­ myra. Gordon Meyer of Pefry, for­ merly of Newark, was in town on Tuesday. The P;O.D. Club held a con­ vention last Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rightmyer, West Mil­ ler St. C. J. Sargent, superintend­ ent of the Wayne County Home, who has been , ill for the past eight weeks, is re­ ported to be gradually improv­ ing. . Mrs. John Benjamin and in. j fant son, Allan John, have re­ turned to their home on East ,. Union St. from the ' Newark ‘ Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray- field of Rochester will spend the week-end with Mrs. Ray- field’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Parker of East Mil­ ler St. Private First Class Robert Burt, of Washington, D. €., •will arrive Friday to spend- the week-end with his parents; Mr, and Mrs. Robert Burt of Rochester, formerly of Newark. Mr, aiid -Mrs. William Gill and family. of Fairport spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. John Martin and family of R. D. i. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mar­ tin. Sr.. of North Maid St. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Scofield and family bf Waterloo. 1 Harvey Guernsey .of Syra­ cuse spent a few days last Week visiting M.rs. Phoebe Guernsey of West Union St. Francis Guernsey of West Union St. has accepted a posi­ tion as attendant at the Can- afidaigua Veteran's Hospital. Miss Marion Clark. R N.. .at the Wayne County infirmary, spent last Thursday visiting her aunt in Palmyra. Miss Mary Carlin of Seneca Fails called on Miss Nellie Downs of Colton Ave. on S u n­ day. Mrs. Fred Harrington will entertain her bridge club or. Saturday evening at her home on, Gardner Rqad. \Mrs. John Collier and daughter, Thelma, of South Main St., and her niece. Mar­ garet, spent Sunday at Thou­ sand Islands. Mrs. Frank Sherman and son, Franklin of Lock Berlin spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. -Estella Sherman -of West Miller .St. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Por- ray of Ontario are the par­ ents of • a daughter, Phyllis Joan, born at Newark Hospi­ tal, Sunday; May 5, 1940. • Mr. and Mrs. Clark Reed I and daughters. Ann Jane ( and Marion, and sons, Edward ' and Richard, and Mrs. Jennie j Reed of Madison Ave. were * Sunday guests of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Elwyn Gatge at Binghamton. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moore' of Rochester were Sunday gppsts p f h er parents. Mr.. and M rs. Charles Humeston of West Miller St. ^ Mr. Cecil Davidson of West Maple Ave. attended a store meeting of the J. C. Penney Co. the first part of the week in Syracuse. Mrs. Barbara Crothers en- Mr;~and- Mrs. Robert Allen . of East Ufiloft St. attended the motorcycle races at Cale­ donia on Sunday. tertained at bridge on Mon­ day evening at her home on Scott -St. Mrs. Lena Troke of Peirson Avenue spent Sunday with h e r sister, Mrs. Carrie Kreiss ' a t Lyons. Charles Humeston of West Miller St. underwent an oper- , afion on Monday at the Clif- ’ ton Springs Sanitarium. William Hyman of Clifton Springs spent Sunday with his mqther, Mrs. Susie Hyman of West Miller St. Mrs. Coles Redfield returned Monday to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Darker. Bartie Ave,, from the Highland Hospital. Roch­ ester, where she underwent a mastoid operation last week. Mrs. Edna Peirson, who was ill last week at her home on West Miller St., h as recovered. Miss Dorothy Faas, Mrs. Alice CortevUle of Newark,, a'ecompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John W. Corteville of Sodus spent Monday in Norwich and called on their daughter, Mrs. Andrew Squires, who is in the hospital there. Mr, Frank Bates of Rome is visiting Mrs. Victor Van Horne of Grace Ave,, and Mrs. George Schatzle of Bartie Ayenue this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bur­ green and' daughter. Mary Janejof Syracuse spent Sun- lay afternoon with Mr. Bur- FOR — when the verdict is ren­ dered. NOW is the time to buy SUFFICIENT liability in- surance to meet any. judg­ ment. W e will be glad to advise and equip you - -with- the proper Insurance. Geo. W. Muth & Son Old Line Stock Companies Unooiiti Alliance Bldg. Newark’s Oldest Insurance Agency Phone 416 Mrs. Harold RT. Connolly is quite ill a t her home, an Doris Road, Rochester. Her mother. Mrs. Myrtle McDonough of Moore St., has been spending some time with her. Vanderbrook of Marbletown, who is confined to Newark Hospital, is report­ ed to be improving. Earl Peirson of Ovid spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Edna Peirson of West •Mil|er St (Continued In Second Section) NATIONAL CHILD HEALTH WEEK For your boy’s room, see this beautiful four-post bed, solid, hard maple, large, roomy chest of drawers to match) deep, luxuriously comfortable mattress, and coil spring. See this typical boy's room in our window. 4 pieces S ff|Q ,95 com p lete .................. ... “ 5 * ^ -fhertxny- New, modern, wheat finish, maple, ivory, walnut. All, large size, with large rubber' casters. All have drop sides. S*j^.95 As low as For the healthy child. He Should have ohe of these hew Sanitized, tuftless, moisture- proof Innerspring mattresses for the crib. Easier to clean and keep clean. Large crib $•9.95 size __ , ....... * Crib pads, deep, fluffy cotton .................. Chairs ........... Nursery Hi-ghairs ishbs. As low as . . .................. $2.95 S2.98 AU t.ypes-and fin. T o B e M a r r i e d Miss • Dorothea, Michelsen, whose engagement to Carlos de Zafra of Rochester has been announced by her ^par­ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Michelsen, Fairviiie Rd., New­ ark RD. ’*■ E n g a g e m e n t T o l d O f M i s s M i c h e l s e n T o R o c h e s t e r M a n The engagement of 'Miss Dorothea Michelsen, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Charles C. Michelsen of Fairviiie Road, Newark, to Carlos de ..Zafra of Rochester, son of Mrs. Maude de Zafra of Rochester, was an­ nounced by her parents at a dinner oh Sunday at their home. The: announcement was made by means of place cards at the dinner fable. The table center­ piece was of daffodils And hyacinths, which were used as decorations throughout the house. Guests at the dinner were Mr. George Michelsen .and granddaughter. Ruth, of Roch­ ester; Mr. and Mrs. George G. Muntz of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. William Swartz, of West Pearl St . Miss Carrie Schwartz, and Mrs. Lena Schwartz of West Union St. A tea was held at the honip in the afternoon. Guests at that time were Mrs. Sol AbermoW' and daughters. Rose and Sarah. Miss Rose Rewkin, Mr. .and Mrs. Ray Michelsen of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs.'Elmer Lembke.of Lock Berlin, and Mr. and Mrs. Clar­ ence Witt of Fairviiie. and Dr. (Continued from Page One1) win-;. Hi. Gen DeWet.; 17. 'Clara Butt; 18. Princess Elizabeth; 19, Farconibe Sanders; 20: City Of Harlem; 21. Bronze Queen;' 22. Mrs. Moon; 23. LuTuUp Noire; ,24. Fantasy Parrot Tulip. . Rock Garden Tulips - 3 blooms, with vbwn foliage^Class 25.' Clusiana; 26. Kaiifmanniana. Daffodi|s--3 blooms with -own foliage— Glass 27. '►’Self-color, long, trumpet: 28. Bi-color, long trumpet; 29. Self-color Medium trumpet.; 30. Bi-color. Medium trumpet. Narcissi foliage Harold Walters of Newark. Miss Michelsen was valedic­ torian of- her graduating class, in 1925. from Newark High School where she earned a schol­ arship. She Was g raduated from the University of Rochester in 1929. where she had been made a member of Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary 'scholastic society Following her gradua­ tion, she taught for one year at East High School. Rochester. Since that time she has taught history and social studies at John Marshall High School in Rochester. Mr. de Zafra is a member of the faculty at Ba­ tavia High School. The wedding will take place in the latter part\ of June. . ----- •— o ----------- -.3 blooms, with own Class 31, Pocticus— single white-^red cup; 32. Single —yellow—red cup; 33. Double White;. 34. Double Yclloi\;t..35. Polyanthus flowered narcissus; 36. \Th’ink” double yellow. 1 May - flowering Shrubs fh- 1 branch — Class 37. Flowering Quince; 38. Liiac;' 39: Japanese Cherry; 40. Bridal Wreath; 41. Magnolia.; 42. Flowering. Crab- apple; 43. Tam.arix, Specimen exhibits with own foliage 'Exhibitors to furnish containers in these classes with name pasted on the bottom, 44 to 54 inclusive i —Class 44. Tail' Bleeding-Heart; 45. Daronicum; 46. Pansies; 4i. Primrose Poly­ anthus; 48. English Daisy; 49, Fbr-.get-me-nots; 50. Lily of the Valley; 51. Viola—a. Jersey Gem, b. Apricot; 52. Violets (double); 53 Hyacinth i grape i; 54. Iris iDwarf-^a white, b. pin,pie; 55. Vines which have been in possession pf owner at least three months—a. Ivy, b. Grape ivy. c. Philodendron; 56—Flow­ ering House Plants which have been in possession of owner three months. DECORATIVE ARRANGEMENTS Class 57. Miniatures—not to exceed 6 inches—a. Single con­ tainer glass—on velvet, b, Pair of miniatures. 58. Pansies, Horizontal ar-' rangement with own foliage. 59. Sprays of white flowering shrubs accented with red flowers. . 60. Various shades of red tulips in brass or copper. 61. White tulips in white con­ tainer. other foliage permitted. Black background furnished toy GIRL SCOUT Child Health Week Displays in Stores The executive council of the Girl Scouts met Monday night at the home of -Mrs. William Noonan. Troop I Attention, of the public to spe­ cial displays In local store win­ dows featuring items in observ­ ance of Child' Health Week this week was called by Mis. E. ‘A. Smith, chairman ol the Arcadia Health 'Committee, sponsor of the Newark observance. Mrs- Sriiith also thanked, all persons who are cooperating in the ’Child Health Week event, are* especially the doctors who gave Working s c ,r a medical, examinations to pre-scliool children Tuesday.' mattyj ‘■d by I met. at the /High ■ S.chool at 7:30 p. m. Wednes­ DAR to Hold Annual j r5se,Sp,ace l,n,u‘r Wim!wv Meeting Here May 15.Looks“ isUs0Ltimes v. The annual business -meeting j the thought that hi of the Colonel William. Prescott “ Chapter, Daughters of the Am­ erican Revolution, will be held Wednesday .afternoon, May 15, \at W o lfs’ T e a Room, w ith lu n c h ­ eon at 1 .o’eioek. Repeats qa the Regents books for a Vet- ■cr-ans—Hospital. In cooperation With Child Health Week, the Girl Scouts will have a display in the for­ mer Brown store window. I t will j week, oortray different plans of Girl j ,- y .. ... ,, Scouting related to health. Troop VII held a card party graph. The Old Woman and the Pig, at Lincoln School, Thursday for Know Your School and other fiflieenfwnl be given and the elefction/of .t.wo directors will follow \h/luncheon. An attr,ac- stive program will be given fol­ lowing the business meeting. Members are requested to make reservations. for the luncheon with1 Mrs. F. J. Kopp, iiot later than Monday, May 13. Phone 382-W. sufficient space to In ;(i an orderly fashion not! \UV i j book cases may be turku|!Ull'ln in various corners, window sills are Hut US I ii the I i • Mill I wide, ,a few shelves, bum Ung l the Window will ue om. a n d a solution of the pr .!)!en. I t c o s t s . n o m u re s t u e r w A L D s u n d e r t a k e r s w i t h u s e uf H E S IU ISIV P E E lM V E IH I. I „ n i , .a t no., e x t r a i-x.tH ii ,■ E s t a h t i s ’liocl 08 Teiirs'U fjo .Troop II held a picnic ih Per­ kins, P a r k , Monday. May 5. AH girls in the troop have finished their cooking badges. at the Catholic; Church, Thurs­ day, May 2. \ Members of Patrol I of .troop II have finished their architec­ ture badge. They have alsp made some stocking dolls and toys for the Newark Btospital. This is a project for this Patrol: Members, of Patrol H of .troop H have finished their design badge. Troop i t has invited the mem­ bers of the Council to a party Monday, May 2 0, at 7:30 p. m. a t the \Methodist. Church. The Leaders meeting was. held at the High School Tuesday evening. Plans for \the Court of Awards were discussed. The Court of Awards will be held about the first week of June. Troop IV presented a shadow- I be furnished.] The Brownie Scouts will have a picnic at the Little House, Gurnee’s Glen, this Thursday (today), at 3:45 p. m. Miss Juliette Lucas and Mrs. Harri­ son Bloomer will accompany them. Transportation will be furnished. Children are asked to ! bring their own supper. Choco­ late milk and marshmallows will Alcohol from Whey Whey, of which 70 gallons are recovered in cheebe-making from every 100 gallons of milk. Is now used to produce alcohol, -aeeerdtne-- to a -new. Dutch.^pa­ tent. —o — I club Class 62. Jonquils and narcissi in a low container. Container not to exceed 5 inches in height: Accessories permitted. 63. Arrangement of any spring flowers with yellow flowers for accent 64. Decorative arrangement of bleeding hearts, other foliage permitted. 65. Rose or shades of rose colored tulips in a leaden or pewter container. 66. Tall arrangement of any spring flowers which may be used in a niche 26x16x11 deep; Cream colored background fur­ nished ,by the club. Accessories permitted.’ T o make reservations for Class 66 call Mrs. Ralph Smith (613 1 not’ later than May .15. -o——^ — Softening Shoe Polish Turpentine added sparingly to shoe polish which has beccrne Heppiewhite and Thomas Sher hardened will soften it. aton. •t Golden Age of Furniture The Georgian period is known as the Golden Age __of English furniture. It was marked by the influence of such great design­ ers as Thomas Chippendale, Robert and James Adam, George The original ‘’Tallor- Tot” .................. .......... M O T H E R S D A Y Next Sunday is Mother’s a gift which is appropriate For the first lady of you r ‘heart, Mother, deli­ cious chocolates are appropriate;\ Make her happy with delicious Schraft’s, Lowney’s and home made candies. H o m e M a d e I C E C R E A M Quart Brick ^ ►TRY - OUR NOON LUNCHEONS AND SHORT ORDERS Restaurant Smta Faunimn 124 S. MAIN ST. NICK SARANTIS NEWARK BOXED CANDY for ’S Large Assortment of Schrafft’s and Bunte’s BILOTTA BROS. 3 >0 Surprise MOTHER with something sm a rt to W ear! Every Mother secretly longs for some pretty^ new wearables. Shop here for YOUR Mother . . . he assured of choosing the, graceful, charming styles shr d select herself . . . all at budget prices! \ Little ” that look more! ff.'f V .i New Doe-Skin Gloves 1.6 9 and 3 .0 0 Crisp hew gloyes to fresh- . cn all her costumes! Smart stitched sllpons. White, pastels. Mother will love them all! “Gracious Lady” Hats 1 . 0 8 Flattering sailors. rnr’>- Wheels, toques in fine straws, fabrics,. f e 1 1 -. Prettily veiled, flowere.i1 Mother’s favorite color-1 Shining New Bags 1 . 0 0 and 1 . 9 8 She*d M^ore a Reorgiana Rress Lustrous Jewelry S A e and 1.00 Her pride and joy . . . a hew bag!. Wide choiee .new ■ envelopes, pouchcsr- Thrilling gifts- f.or any Mother , mnrt j V|..n k tophandles. ors. Newest col- pr.mte\d and plain s i l k s / Keep Mother young ,n one of these lovely new frocks. Come in regular and Necklaces. Bracelets and Brooches. Comp in vvlnc’. 'paster \As well as : darker shades to matr'i your costume. Lapel Flowers, 29e - 50e hah sizes and the prices ore wkhin your reach.' f Gift Handkerchiefs 10c, 35C and 50c The Daylight Store FASHION SHOP Main at Miller J ARt .vDiAs'KRf't ■Rev. B- DeYoung ■ A . ...iinQC th services n Eunc at 10:30. Fa 1 M’.-t'her’s Da; [)0i .0 I2 h . , _ bec.d Mothers D ;i:in Ehdeav ,rc invited. -■30: tin'-- Ip.fitK PRESBY'l Willis K. Sandei JiiLv Missiona ,ii the hom Imday 10 j l 0(,; ;i .a. ni.-^-M Ifoli Sn v.ice. The) V.jt message a: s n m —Mee hf.,c !>• 6:30 p. . c.ub of the |e a umiier mee.tii Ihtirsday.. 8:30 p. : fcier and Daught ■lie c l u i r c h . REDEEMER l u t iertrani Dallmam irvrff-' Sundays at 10 a. m. ie 'M-n's Club wi: ning at tl ilk Martens, V.iither Leag ,• on Friday \ at tlie chu I tr. I w- CHRISTIAN SCI hda::’. atid Fallei [ sub ’ of the I i. a. a.. Churches liiti-i. .>n Sunday G-.ien Text i, |ch Jorn bf the . aa.c! that which ■Sp.i .i spirit” (, lie ;■ a'.i! .services i ■run'll of Mason 1 at 11 a. m. Sum 60.15 Wednesdi jl,'. 8 o’clock. |ed::f'day aften n- open from „ r. .:k for the a.. ,i..d obtaining late r.ost welcome and-visit fHl’RCH OF CHR MISSIONARY J :.s~ F. Miller S fhom.ts A. Wilcox, ■ . School—IC In,m; Worship—11 |ng People’s Met ..'..‘telistic Se Rd: 7; 45 p. Id.i p I C\\ •st udy. iauraday. 1 May 13, Rev me of Belfa duct specia '• '■■»• .’Hg Ml’S. I a inu.sleal progrt If • •• . { organ chi • • ■ - sleigh bei M: Ritchie wil 'IM INTEL EVANi 1'V.iliei' H. Ktfline, Morning 10 s e r m o n, ie- Cinireh Si ■ : Endeavor tint. Worship. 7:.; The Wot In':: rf” : Ueetitlg -V range S p o n Jest to Find l a k e r o f C |ati\n Champio - oter in Marie it -en Saturda ‘'heiriR e loc • a local “Sug M.ngarct Love, '\’test annou ’ will be hele \■ (t evening, •'••' makc-rs-ej h • hdi-t I. Jw.i: 1 Be iu d jointly ■’ Grange dtnrist. 1 be held o and each \ m a stat-i (s Cash prizes wilj ■ also ann 'de in th< » used ih i.n- Peast- '■vening. , Wc ? 2 3 .0 0 0 .0li [''ESTlNBHflUSD Is Ill’S SIMPLE A an d finish o: tiu tsmtst M li | HD CtltE VtlHHEftS iiiat in Musical MifffeMi'1 [ciunur! Stjfrt its* krtSttk

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