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TWO NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION. ENTERPRISE,' THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1940 TELEPHONE 715 I el EPHONE 7 George Trail of Buffalo spent Tuesday with Mr. aiid ' Mrs/Paul Page of Vienna St. Mr. Cecil Quinlan is report­ ed ill a t Iris home on Williams St. __M r. unct-Mrs. Charles Ser= glsson of rnlton Ave cnt cap­ tained at dinner oii Sunday Mi-. Sergisson’s parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Hendrick of iColton Ave. Mr. and Mr$. Edward Han­ sen and Everett Gardner of Rochester spent Sunday with Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walters of Cols­ ton Ave. Mrs, Richard Maxwell of Macedon spent last week -Thursday as the guest of Mrs, (Prank (DeLaney of Franklin. St. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strite and daughter, Peggy Anti of Coiton Ave. spent the week­ end with Mr. S-t rite's -brother, at Lancaster, N. Y. Mrs. Albert Lpndy of Clyde called on Mrs. Charles Sergis- sop of 'Colton Ave. 011 Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Bradley of Clyde is spending some time with hex', parents. Mr. and Mrs, George Ware of Coiton Ave. Mrs, Ware has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Feiock and daughter, Gail, of Lyojjs. spent Sunday with Mrs. Feiock’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Havert of Arcadia- Mrs. Carlisle Stratton of v- .(Blossom Road entertained her bridge club at her home last .[Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Sutton and son, Bobbie, of Rochester, .arid. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wie- toeld and son. Stephen, and daughter, Charlotte, of Brock- port, called on Mr. Wiebeld's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J , Wiebeld of West Maple Ave. o n Sunday. I & Mr. and Mrs. Earie ,G. Par­ ker and son, Billy, of West Union St. spent Sunday with Jktrs, Parker’s mother, Mrs. ’William Wolf, at the home of Mr. pud Mrs. John Nicewon- r'g e r ,m |S a d u s Point, y . Miss L aving Thorn of Roch­ ester os Spending some time at -the .hemq nf Mr, hand Mrs. two weeks with them 011 'fur* lough from the Army Air Corps. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew DeWandel and daughter of 'Phelps. Air. and Mrs. Leo DeWandel .and, soils. Donald aiid1 Richard Of Newark Mr. . and Mrs. Edgar DeWandel of East Miller St.. $3ernard, John and George DeWandel, Miss Mildred De Wandel, Billy and Edwin De Wandel of Newark, and Miss Alice Goyener of Palmyra, rett of, Grace Avenue spent the week-end in Cortland, the guests of their-daughter, Mrs, Tracy Tryon and family in ■Cortland. Mrs. Thomas Wilcox of East Miller St -spent Tuesday with her soil, Keith Wilcox, at Athens, Pa., where he is visit­ ing his grandparents, Mr, -and Mrs. Fred Wilcox. Mr and' Mrs. -Charles Van Holder of Canandaigua were in town last Saturday. ■ Mr. and Mrs. John- Severson of Moore St., Mrs. Charles Roelifig of Ll on.*, Mrs. Eliza­ beth Leonard' ana Mr. Peter Laphan of Shortsvme motored, to'Syr.acuse where they called 011 Mr. and Mrs, E. O; Bing­ ham, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Green and son. Robert, of West Pearl St spent Sunday in Syracuse, the guests of'friends., Mr. and Mrs. ‘Claycombe. ’ Mr. and Mrs. Peter Martin of West Miller St. celebrated ■their 42iid wedding anniver­ sary on- Sunday, May 12, 1940. Plpoth by Blnir Miss Marilyn Frey whose engagement to James Shee­ han is announced 'by her father, Mr. Fred Frey, Mrs. Paul Jacobs, formerly of Newark has just arrived from Grange, Virginia, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gtis DePauw of 'Maple Court. E n g a g e m e n t T o l d O f M a r i l y n F r e y A t D i n n e r P a r t y Hubert Scheffer -of Flint, Michigan, aiid Louis Ruig of Niagara Falls, students ' at Mechanics institute spent the week-end in Newark, guests of Bernard Martin, at the home pf his parents. Mi', and Mrs Albert. Martin, Char­ lotte St The engagement of Miss Marilyn Jane Frey, daughter of Mr Fred Frey and the late Mrs. Frey of Colton Ave., Newark, to James Sheehazl pf Clyde, son of Mrs. Jack Kennelly of Clyde, was announced by her father at a dinner at Wolfs* at 7 p rn on Tuesday evening, May 14, 1940. Those present. were Miss Ann Sheehan. William Sheehan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennelly, and James Sheehan, all of .Clyde, and Fred Frey. Sr.. Fred Frey. Jr.. and Miss Marilyn Frey. of. Newark. No date has been set for the wedding Miss Frey is a gradu­ ate of Newark High School in the class of 1939, and Mr. Shee­ han is a graduate of .Clyde High School, 1937. Mr.. OeciF Quinlan of Wil­ liams St, has b.een confined to his home by illness for the past three weeks. His condi­ tion remains the same. Mr. and Mrs. James Lawton of Middlesex ahd Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Brizzee and daugh­ ter, Sylvia, of Alpquin, spent Mother’s Day with their daughter and sister, Mrs, Al­ bert'G raf and family, of East Miller St.. •PetecJ. Wiebeld, West Maple Ave. • Mrs. Jeanette York and daughters, Mary and Jeanette and son. Edwin, have returned to their home.on Mason. St. after spending the winter in Miami, Florida. Miss Thelma Pulver* spent' the week-end at her home in Williamsfcown. I. r William Carson o f West Ave. is confined by illness to the Batavia Veterans’ Hospital. M r., and Mrs. Frank De Laney* and daughter, Esther, of Franklin St. spent Sunday with Mr. DeLaney's mother, Mrs. Katherine DeLaney of Macedon. ' Mrs. Katherine Geer, who has been ill at her home on Moore S t . is able to be , out again. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hen­ drick of Vienna S t, will leave Thursday for Oneida, where they will spend several days at the New York State Con- ■ ference ■ o f- - t he —Evangelical- Church. Bernard Martin of the Roch­ ester Business Institute spent the week-end with his par­ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert ' Martin of Charlotte St. Mr. and Mrs. ■ Marvin A. Brinkerhoff and daughter, Joan of Amboy, N. Y., spent Sunday with Mr. Brinkerhoff’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brinkerhoff of East Union St. Mr. 'and Mrs. Abram Porrey of Vienna St. spent the week­ end with their daughter, Mrs. Alva Beal, and family, in HroadaThin. N. Y, Miss Frances Bolles of East Ave. is enjoying a week’s va­ cation from her duties in M. L. Fikes and 'Son Insurance - wdfice. Mrs. Emma Youngs of West Avenue entertained -her bridge -chib -on Tuesday afternoon of this week at her home. -o- Whp T?.pv Thomas A. WilCQX, pastor of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church here, left Monday for Ashe­ ville, N, C., where he will a t ­ tend the general conference of the Christian and Mission­ ary Alliance Church from Thursday to next week Wed­ nesday. Mr.. and Mrs. Daniel Cas* sano of North Norton St. were . .guests on Mother’s Day oi- Mrs. Cassano’s son, Carl Lyke arid family of Vienna St. Mrs. Dyke’s mother, Mrs Ira Allen of West Union ST was also a guest. Mrs. Cecil Davidson, Mrs. Jay Jones, Mrs. Neal Sink-le- dam, Mrs. 'Edward Van.Ryan. Mrs; Alice Corteville and Miss \Susie Reynolds attended a meeting of the New York State Missionary Convention last Thursday which was held In the First Baptist Church in Rochester. Mr and Mrs John Peacock of Naples called Sunday on their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Huff and family of Mason St. Mrs. L. H. Contant and daughter,. Nancy of Lancaster are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs, Fred Ehrhardt of Madison Ave. - Miss Helen Spies of Grace Ave. spent the week-end at her home in Lyons. Ray Pulver. who has been ill at Bis home on North Mam St. for several weeks, is re­ ported to be improving. *Dr. C. Dexter Ebertz and son. Petpr. and daughter. Suzanne. of Auburn spent Mother's Day with his, mother- Mrs, Reiti- Beeman of West Pearl St. Mrs Norris Howell is report - ed ill at her home on West Pearl St. Mrs. Addie Woodhouse of West Peari St. spent the week­ end . on LeRoy Island, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gay of,North Main St. Mrs, Bernard Cooper enter­ tained her bridge club oii Monday evening at her home oj^ Peirson Avenue. George B. DuBois of Pater­ son. N. J.. spent the week­ end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John E DuBois of-East Ave. Howard Scheer' of Fairville is enjoying- a week’s vacation from his duties at Montgom­ ery Ward and Co. Miss Betty Chase and Miss Kay Davis of Church St. and Miss Marian Lee of Cros­ by St. will spend the week-end in Perry. N. Y ., as (the guests of Miss Davis’ parents. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Davis ....... Mrs. Virginia Grsauo qf North Main St. spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. John Salerno,, at. Seneca Falls. Mrs. Herbert Baker of Syra­ cuse spent a .few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright of East Ave. Miss (Eleanon 'S m ith, of Moore St. spent the week-end at her home in LaFargeyilie. Miss Elsie Rgeves of Roch­ ester spent Mothefis Day with her parents, Mr. and- Mrs. Paid Reeves of. East Mi.lier St. Sergeant Damon E. Van Duser, of Fort . Monmouth, New Jersey, spent -Mother's Day with his mother, Mrs. Louise Van Duser of Church St. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winans and family of Wiiliamson, Mr. and Mrs. George Griswold of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. James Wejcher and Miss Jane Ann Welcher of Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. George ‘Burgess and daughter of Syracuse spent Mother’s Day with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Anna Bishop of West Union St. Newark--I -11 a lovely home' ceremony 011 Saturday, May 11, at 4 p. ill.. Miss- Mary Jane Reed,, •daughter of Mr. ana -Mrs. Stuart. Reed of 204 Mason St., Newark,’ became the bride of Hugh Mof-i ris Archer, of Dearborn, Michi­ gan.. son Of Harvey Archer of Roekaway, New Jersey, , The'double ring ceremony was performed before the fireplace by the Rev, Willis R. Sanderson: of the Park Presbyterian Church. The home was decorat­ ed with white gladioli, snap­ dragons, and Raster lilies. The ■Wedding March was played toy. Miss Frances Gaffney of Weto- ster. -N. Y. laer polytechnic Institute, a t Troy, N. Y.. and is a member of the Rensselaer Society of En­ gineers, Tau Beta Pi. Sigma Xi, and Alpha Psi Omega. Prenuptial events honoring the bride included a PyreX shower ' given toy p.rc-clinical students of the Samaritan Hos­ pital. a t Troy. N-. Y,; a miscellan­ eous shctver bv. Miss Barbara Beach of Newark.;, ■a. kitchen shower by Mrs, Frank McDonald of Dearborn, iHich.; and. a breakfast given by -Dr. and Mrs. Jared A. Reed 011 . the day. o f the wedding. BETROTHAL Toil) Mr. and Mrs,. Charles Va-ad brook of -Newark announce'thl engagement of their tH u sM Miss Gertrude Vanrlernf,^ I Mr.. Richard Menke (Jf Mh. | .1 ,Y. The wedding vUn ^ 1 place in the-summer a . I t c o a ts no muTc u, STUERWALDs UNDERTAKERS With- USt* of R I5K ID E X C E F I VKH-VI. Umi* a t n o ex t- r if ‘ i * m « i,.,. 4 Established 08 Years \ K0, ms7ii:i)iT.ioiiNi$0Mr Photo By VEliilr 3-Irs, Hugh Morris Archer, who was Miss Mary Jane Reed before her wedding here last ■Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. William J, Swartz and grandson, Billie Botcher of West Pearl St., were Sunday dinner guests of •their daughter, Mrs. George Mapes. and Mr, Mapes of Shortsville. I r i s h E v a n g e l i s t , W i f e t o P r e s e n t S p e c i a l P r o g r a m Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Me Nett and son, Bruee, of Sodus spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Anderson of West Maple Ave. . ••- .. • Mrs. G arrett DeBruyne is reported ill at Tier home on ’ Myrtle Avenue. Mr..and Mrs. E. D. Colburn of_ East Union St. were Moth­ er's Day dinner guests.of Mrs. Colburn's daughter,’ Mrs. Howard Steyaart and family in. Marion., Mr. Willis W. Anthony of Prospect St is confined to the Viaux Memorial Hospital where he was opei-atpd on for appendicitis Tuesday ..after* noon toy Dr Webb. George' DeWandel-. of the Army Air Corps, is spending a two weeks' furlough with his parents.. Mr and Mrs. Ber­ nard DeWandel. East JMiller St. George, who has passed Lowry Field. Denver, Colo., tvt H feave Saturday for Mit­ chell Field. Long Island. Mrs. Albert Graf and son, James, of East Miller St. and Bertha’Dent of East'Union St. spent Wednesday in Roches­ ter. Betty Snyder Hines of West Miller. S t. has accepted a posi­ tion at the Capitol Theater. Mr. and Mrs. Roriiaine Cole of Mason St. had as their week-end guests Mrs. Cole’s parents, Mr, and Mrs.. Ross MCHugh of Clayton,-N. Y„ and her brother, Thomas McHugh of Watertowp. M r, and Mrs. Chester T. Robb and family of Prospect St. spent Sunday with Mrs. Robb’s parents. Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley McArthur, Pair Haveh. Mrs. -Guy Rumsey, who has been ill for several weeks at her home on Bartle Ave, is reported to be ranidiv imnrov- ing. Mrs. A. D. Snyder enter­ tained Group 7 of the Mis­ sionary* Soeiety of the Park Presbyterian Church at her home on West Miller St. last ; Friday aftertmna ---- - ------ -- Miss Pauline Murnak, pian­ ist with the Evangelistic group at the Christian and Mission­ ary Alliance Church this week is the guest of M-.s. Thomas Wilcox of East MiLer St. Mr and Mrs C J. Sergeant of the Wayne County Home entertained their family on •Sunday. , • Miss Esther Farnsworth of West Maple Ave spent the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Farns­ worth of Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elsen* heimer of Arkpoit spent the week-end as the guests of Mr and-Mrs. Albert Graf of East Miller St. I Mrs Millie Harper of Clyde I railed on Mrs. William Cas- i lada of ChUrch St on Sunday. Mr and Mj\s. Francis Clark and Mr,s. Johnson of Sodus visited Mr. and Mrs. Clark P*eed of Madison Ave. on Sun­ day afternoon. John Gifford of Irondequoit visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clifford of Arcadia, on Sunaav Mr. a n d \ Mrs. Bernard De Wandel of East Miller St. rn‘-' tertained at a family dinner on Sunday in honor of their son, George, who is spending Mrs. Fred Beard of High St. spent the Week-end in Utica Mr. and Mr* Frank Rasehe, of West Miller St have gone to their Cottage at Sodm’ Point for the summer. Mrs. Harold PierGe of Ma­ son St. has accepted a posi­ tion |n the office of th© Corn- stock Canning Corporation. Miss Corabclle Gruschow of •Prospect St. spent Mother's Day with ’ h er mother, Mrs. ’Mary Gruschow at ’Cliftorc' Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Cofc of Mason St. visited friends £ North Rose last week Friday Mr. George Walters of Lyois and Mr. John Walters of Cd ton Avenue called, on. the brother, Charles Walters j>f West Pearl St., Friday afta'- noon. Rev. T. H. Ritchie, well-known Trj.sh evangelist. ' is conduct­ ing a series of special meetings in the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, 237 East Miller Street, each night this week at 7:30op. m. He- us being assisted by his. wife, Mrs. T. H Ritchie, who is a talented musician and whp 'plays 424 Musical Sleigh Bells. 32 Cow Bells, 28 Musical Glasses and a set of organ chimes. On Friday. May 17. at 7:30 p. m thc Rev. and Mrs. Ritchie will present a special program entitled \The Life of Christ in Music \ The bride was gowned in white net with a sweetheart neckline. She woreNv Juliette cap made from lace luseSl-o« her mother’s wedding gown, and carried an old fashioned bouquet of white gardenias, sweet peas, lilies o f the valley, and roses. Miss June Reed of. Newark., sister of the bride, and niaid of honor,, chose a gown of blue chiffon and, carried an old fash ioned bouquet of pink sweet peas, yellow daisies, blue agera* (ftim and yellow roses. Robert Moeller of Detroit, Michigan, acted as best man. Following the ceremony a r e ­ ception was held at the Wolfs’. O.ut-of-town guests were Mr. Harvey Archer of Roekaway,. New Jersey,. Mr. and Mrs. Rich­ ard Sash and sons, of Buffalo, Miss Frances Gaffney of Web­ ster. . Miss Mary Allerton of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Hayes of Rochester, Mrs. Edith Allen of Rochester. The young couple . left Fay motor for the South. They will be at home- in Dearborn. Michi­ gan. after June 1. The bride is a graduate of Russell Sage College, Troy, N. Y.. where she was a member of the Keystone Sorority. She is also a graduate of the Samaritan Hospital at Troy. The bride­ groom is a graduate of Rensse* Brown fit white with tw o - to n e heel, All sizes $2. W h ite buck and spectatorpump. Ali sizes $3. NATIONAL COTTON WEEK-MAY 17th THRU THE 25th 157 S. Main St. Newark, N. Y, n r Copynght 1940 Enclicott Johnson Corp. Mrs, Ina Rynearson bf South Main St. spent Mother's Pay with Her son, Ray Ryneiir- son and family of Frey St.! Mrs. Theodore Meyer af East Miller St. spent a ff.w days last .week with her par­ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Flein- ming in Rochester. - Mr. -antNM-rs. -Lr D. Haragvr of Rochester .spent Sundiy afternoon and evening^ wiih Mrs. Barager’s parentfC Mr. and Mrs. William Cassada af Church St. 1 \Miss Susie Reynolds of Ma­ son St. was a dinner gue.-fi s- Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clif­ ford Huff of Mason St. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Foitz of Utica spent Sunday in Newark. *■ Miss Faye Bartleson of Houghton College spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartleson of East Ave. (Continued a n Page Nine} M o R E s T IN THE OF THE NEW Hi-Buoy M a t t r e s s Made 2 inches deeper and selling for only 29 Come in Let us tell you why ? Starling this Friday, May 1 7, is National Cotton Week. Women the country over are taking advantage of this week to pur­ chase stunning Summer fashions at un­ believably low cost! Cotton D r e s s e s Prints, Sheers! 1 t o $ 2 - 9 8 Cotton F o r m a t s Cool, Frilly Sheers! $4.98 to $ 7 .9 8 Cotton B l o u s e s White and Colors and $ 1 .98 cotton A p r o n s Organdies, Prints c 59c Shorts Slacks .......... Slack Suits . . . $ | to $ J.98 Polo Shirts 5 0 c to $ 1 .25 IS HERE I he Miracle of Stocking Be<uii> I MOJUDS— made from , this wonder yarn Mrs .Eva Monroe of West Miller St.. is vmiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry Hoxey, at Manlius. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gaf- • PAIRS OF MOJUD HOSIERY .Will be given as prizes to winners of the „ Jack Benny Cut-Out Contest., i.!| — / j U I i m S u SEE PAGE 4 TOR JACK BENNY CONTEST/DETAILS The Daylight Store — .Main at Miller Girls’ Dresses Girls’ Blouses Boys’ Wash Suits s ™ Play Suits Jersey Suits Overalls W e a r Sportswear Undies Anklets BUM’S The Daylight .VKCADIA REF Krv, B, DeYffun g viar services at 10:.: •* >'2- .. •:a:i Endea ■ rrv:ce at lc: PVRK PRESBY ev Willis R. Sandi Tit ..t-'day. May 16: ,md Baugh 5 ;ay. 10 a, ir a, m.—M * ,uce. 6 p. m. lie Y.P-C.F ■W-ciif'day. 7:15 i •f the Men’s .„.*•• [iiiucb of Ontario Thur-clay. M,ay 23- p. No. II and 1 Tea at the h t Purchase, frorr [genera! invitation h.thc members of ai lid then friends. ■ tu-l ■live CHRISTIAN SC | \Mortals and Im ^ abject of the ::: all Chui'che Icientid. on Sunda lie Golden Text, is: lipuble must put o ■on and tliis morti Ii immortality,” (1 I.The local services |,e (.Jincr of Masoj at 11 a. m. Sux 1 10.15 a. hi. Wed: Iiib service' at 8 o’c Iwednesday aftei lorn- -ire open fro) tor tlie purposi lid.obiaming literati lost ttelcome to atte let* and visit the re. I CHRISTIAN, MISS ALLIANCI Thnmas A. Wilcoj |s.mday School, 10 i 1: \v.'i>hip. 11 a. ni, IRfv T. H. Ritchie (eland io speaking - week a t a speci lectmvs at the^chur- :V-*t preacher Si I. .METHODIST CH ISc.day. 10 a. m •iisp 11 a. i |f:’.ur-d.*y.. 7:30- p. FIRST BAPT] Rev. Tlicudore Meyei 10:30 a. m |o:-.np and ChurC Ti.-’odore Meyer s-uttered'Strang »rv.. adult and'you |p.\:r.rnts. in' th It -. will be \Fab • r.tiay. 7:30 p. • -•! Christian' ■ • :a id m the chi A Mefeopticon: • .■ un the Life •'tiav, 7 p. m.-* Neal M. Tac ptm.irii Word lias i.' ic of the dea LI >•' k :n St. Loilis, h are two ; c of- Newark, I ' - Square. N. Y. '!r. Wilson DeBi - .(1 Mrs. C. O. ' 'ironpe, N. J. -•I va* made Mrs. C. C. Marl r\ arii Mrs. Ruti 81. wife of •■'•h died at. tier : '• St., Friday 1940. in Fairville, sh r of Hugh v' - ■. ••Siivprhili. iviug are her f (L: ‘chter. Mrs. G. ll;-. V, , 1 unction, Dr C., uf IIc|tt, Michigi r-d services v '• at 2 p. m. at - Willis R. Sant ’ with intennei ’ nue Cemetery -Emnra~ErTi N('\ -Funeral sei ['■ d at 2 p. m. toda '' 1 '(•'• Taylor, 72, if” '-'■lav. May 15, If - f her—daughi 1 D Pritchard, 5( v ill be i nil the h-'iating Friday i rv. Hn one if New ■ and J G.vss. TIL ■A- \'ifimsic nubile '■tit in. \ r Clf ; 1 L- imupi <' l.irss b vliairm Individi

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