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NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION fcNTERPRISE, THURSDAY,, JULY 4, 1940 T e lep h o n e i M rs. G race Liddle a n d Miss —G l a d y s Liddle of 'B rockport are spending several days witli M rs. Liddle’s brother, Earl - L e s ter of S o u th M a in S treet. M iss Elsie Li-hdstrom of C h u r c h S tr e e t a n d . Miss Betty. (Lester of S o u th M ajn S tr e e t . are taking a sum m e r school • c o u rse a t Brockport * Norm al School. M rs. Guy Rum sey of B a rtle A v e n u e is enjoying a two Weeks vacation from her duties at th e m a il Order de- - -par.tm e n t at M o n tgom ery W a rd Com p any. M r. and Mrs. M a u rice T h o rn bf Lyons were callers on frien d s in town on Sunday afternoon. M r, an d M rs. C larence M e t­ calfe have, re tu r n e d to th e ir hom e on Moore S t r e e t a f t e r a ; tw o weeks vacation sp e n t in Dover, Conn., and Asbury P a r k , N. J. M iss M a ry Ham m of the N e w a rk faculty left T h u rsday for h e r hom e in W averly, N Y ., t o spend the sum m er. > M rs. Law rence C u n n in g h a m of Peirson Ave., who recently resig n e d her position in th e office o f T h e N ew ark C o u rier w h e re sh e h a s been employed for t h e p a s t several years,- h a s accepted a position at th e N e w a rk S ta te School. She toe- ‘g a n h e r new duties on M o n - . day. . M r. an d M rs B e r n a r d • R. W iebeld of East M iller S t. . s p e n t- t h e w e e k -end in - B u f - ^ falo, th e guests o f Mi-. W ie­ beld ’s broth ey, W ayne W ie­ beld, a n d Mrs. Wiebeld. ■ M r. an d M rs. F letch e r P a l ­ m e r a n d sons, R ich a r d a n d K e ith , an d d a u g h ters, B e tty an d Nancy, s p e n t S u n d a y w ith M rs. ‘ P a lm e r ’s p a r e n ts, M r. , -and M rs. W ard P a r k e r o f W est j U n ion S t, B e r n a r d C a m p o f R o c h e s ter sp e n t th e W eek-end w ith h is p a r e n t s , Mr. an d M rs David C a m p of G race Ave. Mrs. C h a rles Schw a rtz o f P r o s p e c t St underw e n t a n op e r a tio n a t N e w a rk H o s p ital la s t Sunday - M rs, C o les R e d field h a s re ­ tu r n e d -toffier-homer-ori B a r tl e Avfefitte f f o f n Rochestfer; w h e r e s h e - i A s reo n a h e a - io f som e tim e a t th e \H ighland H o s p ital And a t th e hom e ' o f h e r sister, Mrs L e o n a rd R e g - ner, follow ing a m astoid oper­ a ti o n . -G e o rge W alters of L y o n s sp e n t T h u r s d a y w ith h is b r o t h e r , Jo h n W a lters, an d M rs. W a lters of C o lton Ave. Mrs. M a r g a r e t R o b b ins an d M iss T h e lm a Collier of S o u th M a m S t. were d i n n e r guests o f frien d s in W ebster Sunday. - *3 M iss Iren e B a iley of W e st U n ion S t . spent th e w e e k -end visiting frien d s a n d relatives 4 n - d y d e . - M r. a n d Mrs. S tanley H a n c e o f M a rion spent S a tu r d a y eve­ n in g in N e w a rk. M iss C o ra S c h eetz o f C h u r c h - S t. a n d M iss J e a n B u r ­ g r e e n o f W ilson S t. left M o n ­ d a y for P h iladelphia, w h e re th e y will spend tw o weeks visiting friends and relatives. M iss L a n a M o rrison o f th e \ N e w a rk faculty is spending ■the sum m e r a t h e r hom e in W e e d sport. Mr. a n d Mrs. F r a n k S. W ie­ beld of W est A v enue atten d e d th e a n n u a l dinner m e e tin g f o r salesm e n of. the G rosm a n S e e d Co., Inc., a t E a s t R o c h es- M r. an d Mrs. G eorge Nye. M rs. H e len D rake an d son, Timmy, o f High St., left T u e s­ day for Sodus P o int, w h e re th e y will spend the sum m er. M iss M a r g a r e t Stroup of the faculty-at-L a k e Luzerne. N. Y.. 'h a s retu r n e d - h o m e to spend th e sum m e r vacation w ith her m o ther, Mrs. F. Neff S tr o u p o f Prospect St. M iss Alicia P a r k e r of E a s t J H Uler S t -, h a s-accepted-a-pest—- tion in th e office of the New­ a r k C o u rier for the sum m er. S h e began h e r new duties on. - M o n d ay. M rs. L e s ter D u R ei of B a ­ tav ia s p e n t Thursday, a f t e r ­ noon w ith Mrs. Albert DuRei of V a n D u sen S t. • M r. A r th u r H a m m o n d s, m a n a g e r o f the Newark office of th e M e tropolitan Life In ­ surance C o m p any, w ill, bdgin h is two week vacation S a t u r ­ day. M iss M ildred P e r r i n o f th e N e w a rk faculty is spending th e sum m e r at her hom e in G o u v e rheur, N. Y. Mrs. E rw in C a s ter DuSeri St. V a n ! M r. an d Mrs. B e n jam in C a s ­ te r “a n d d a u g h ter; K a r e n , who. are sp e n d in g t h e sum m e r At th e B e e m a h cottage on Le­ R o y isla n d , Sodus B a y , w e re gu e s ts la s t week T h u r s d a y o f M r , M a ster’s parents, M r. and Mrs. Lulu R y e k m a n of E a s t Union St. left N e w a rk last week W ednesday -to s p e n d t h e sum m e r a t h e r .cottage o n C a y u g a -L a k e , Miss Elizabeth\ D u n n of W est M illet S t: e n tertain e d at a dessert-bridge an d kitchen show e r a t W olfs on T u e s d a y evening in ho n o r of M iss E le a n o r C h risty o f S o u t h M a in S t. G u e s ts included M iss F rances Bolles, M iss E leanor Davis, M iss D o rothy Donnelly, M iss P a t t y Com stock. Miss . M a rgaret W eleher, Miss B a r ­ b a r a (Beach, Miss Aiicla P a r ­ ker, M iss B e tty D rake1; Miss N a n M a stin of R o c h e ster; Mrs. R o n a ld W eleher, M rs,1 ■Raynor M. Holmes. Mrs. Ber- nald C. Bush, Mrs. -Richard : C h affee. Mrs. Edw a rd W eleher, M rs. D o n a ld R. Bird, Mrs. R ichard Comstock, Mrs. Helen D rake, a n d Mrs-. Coles R e d ­ field. M rs. R a lph Sessions. M rs. R o b e rt R a y fie id, Mrs. Jam e s H inm a n , Mrs. Harold Connolly,' of R o c h e s ter; Mrs. W illiam Foley of Sodus; and ; M rs. G o rdon P a r k e r of Lyons. Miss Iren e IBahrenburte of the N ew ark faculty is sp e n d ­ ing th e sum m e r in New York City, w h e re s h e . is attending sum m e r school at Columbia University. Mrs. M y rtle M cDonough of Moore S r i- le f t last F r iday to spend som e tim e visiting her sister, M rs. George F is h e r, in Schenectady. R o b e rt B u r t, son o f Mr. and Mrs. R o b e rt B u r t of R o c h e s­ ter, . form e rly o f N ewark, has been m a d e a U n ited S ta tes M a rine S e r g e a n t, an d has been sen t to D e tr o it,. M ichi­ gan, w h e re he Will be in ch a r g e of a recru itin g statio n th e r e . Miss E v e lyn P o rrey of C o l­ to n A v enue will enjfiy a w e e k ’s vacation n e x t week from h e r d u tie s a t th e Com m e rcial Building. Mr. and M rs. R o b e rt M e- B a n e of T r e n to n , New Jersey, w e re guests of Mr. an d M rs, D o n a ld R. B ird o f E a s t M iller S t. fo r a few d a y s last week, a n d a t t e n d e d th e M u th-V a n D u s e r w e d d ing l a s t T h u r s d a y ,. Edward*. M a d d en of C h u r c h - StV rettftffed: -Monday to ; h is d u ties at M ontgom ery 'Ward and Co.. a f t e r spending his week’s vacation a t his hom e in B ingham ton. N. Y. Mr. and M rs. Leon M o lner of P a lm y r a sp e n t S u n d a y as th e g u e s t s of M r. a n d M rs. F r e d S e r e n s an d fam ily of -Colton Ave Mrs. W infred F i s h e r of E a s t U n ion St re tu r n e d on M o n ­ day to her duties a t t h e Com ­ m e r c ial B u ilding a f t e r a m o n th 's vacation. Frances H a ll o f H igh S t . 'sp e n t the w e e k -end w ith h is p a r e n ts, -Mr-.-and Mrs. W ilHam S tevens o f E lm ira, N. Y . Mr. and M rs. W ayne F. W ie­ beld oi B u ffalo will arrive on T h u r s d a y to Spend the F o u r th o f J u ly a n d th e w e e k -end.w ith ' M r. W .ebeld’s p a r e n ts. Mr. a n d M rs. F r a n k S. W iebeld of W est Avenue. Mr. and M rs. G o rdon P a r k e r o f Lyons it ft last week F riday fo r C a m d e n , N. Y , w h ere M r. P a r k e r will attend* sum m e r sebool a t St. Law rence U n i­ versity, M rs. R o b e r t B u r t a n d d a u g h ters, S h ir ley and N a n cy J o of R o c h e s ter spent last Week w ith M r. an d Mrs. Fred. S e r m s an d fam iiv of C o lton \ Ave \. A lbert M a r tin of C h a r lotte S t. will begin his two w eek vacation from h is duties a t th e M e tropolitan Life In s u r - ance-G er-on S a tu r d a y . Mr, a n d M rs. M a r tin an d s o u , P a u l, w ill spend the vacation cam p ing o n C a y u g a Lake. ' M iss E d n a M iidahn o f th e N e w a rk facu lty is spending th e sum m e r vacation a t h e r hom e in M a e edon, N. Y. —; - Miss” Heterr G c h n e ible of I h e ' N e w a rk facu lty is spending th e sum m e r vacation a t h e r hom e in R o m e , N. Y. Mrs. C larence M e tcalf of M oore St. re tu r n e d to h e r . d u ties a t th p Com m e rcial B u ilding on M o n d a y a f te r a tw o week vacation. C o les R e d field of B a rtle Avenue underw e n t an ap p e n ­ dectom y a t th e C lifton S p r in g s S a n itariu m , last week W ednesday. M rs. Clifford. McDougall, M rs. T e d F o s te r a n d M rs. Em ­ m e t C a lus e n te r ta in e d a t th e hom e o f M rs. M cDougall at a su r p r is e b ir th d a y p a r ty W h o n o r o f M rs. G r a c e 'M c ­ D o u g a ll of B iaek m a r S t. ■ M r. an d M r s . \ F rancis s t e i n - a n d fam ily a r e spending th e suifim e r in B r o c k p o rt, w h e re Mr, Stein, a m e m b e r o f th e Newark, faculty, is a tt e n d in g sum m er, school a t B rockport S t a t e Normal School. T h e Rev. an d Mrs. Theodore C. M eyer of E a s t M iller St. will b e g i n J t h e i r vacation n e x t week. They plan to spend .p a r t of the tim e w ith Mrs. M e y e r’s p a r e n ts, ML ,and: Mrs. P e t e r F, Flem m ing in R o c h e s­ ter. Mr. and M rs. K e n n e th S trite an d d a u g h te r , Peggy Ann, cf ', D o lton A v e n u e, sp e n t Sunday a f te r n o o n in Fulton. T rooper R ich a r d C a m p of -the S u b s tatio n at N o r th Syra­ cuse, sp e n t F riday evening w ith his fam ily. M iss Susie R e y n o lds of M a ­ son S t . l e f t today for D u n d e e, N. Y., where she will toe th e gu e s t of her niece, M rs. Ly­ m a n Leavenw o rth, and family, fo r a n ex ten d e d v i s i t.. Mr. and M rs. Clifford Huff and daughters, • M a rilyn, E thelyn an d B e v erly, o f M a ­ son St. are spending two- weeks w ith M r. a n d M rs. I. P. H u ff in A thefts, Pa.,, a n d Mr. ■ a n d Mrs. E. IB.’ Tullei- a t H o r­ nell. - . ■ M rs. Jennie R e e d of M a d i­ son Ave. l e f t S u n d a y t o spend th e sum m e r w ith relatives in . B ingham ton an d H a lstead, -Pa. Mr. and Mrs. G o rdon -Mun-h an d daughter,, Beverly, o f M adison Ave., w e re guests o n S u n d a y of Mr. an d Mrs. S a m ­ uel M cM ahon a t P h e lps, and in the aftern o o n a tten d e d t h e . b o a t -races in G e n e v a , • Mrs. Jam e s B ruhdage and d a u g h ter, Lucille Of W est M a p le Avenue,-, called on Mrs. B rundage’s sister, Mrs. M y ra Loveless a t Lock B e rlin 'on T u e s d a y afternoon. On S u n d a y , Mr. and Mrs. R a y R y n e a rson of F r e y St. e n te r ta i n e d M rs, W , G. G e r­ n a n d t of D e troit, 'M ic h ig a n , Flora G e r n a n d t pf Berkeley, C a lifornia, a t a fam ily dinner.. Mr. an d Mrs. O rland F ish e r an d son. M e rle of G e n eva, sp e n t S a tu r d a y aftern o o n w ith M rs. A rnold F ish e r of M a son S t . . _ M r. a n d M rs. L y n n W ood of E lm ira sp e n t th e w e e k -end \W ith' Mif. a n d M rs. C lifford -Huff-of M a s p ii.S t. . - M i’, 'a n d Mrs.- Elw y n G a g e of B in g h a m to n s p e n t , fife w e e k -end w ith Mr. and Mrs. C lark R e e d of M adison Ave. M r. F r a n k B a rtleson of E a s t Avenue has resigned his posi- . tion a t P a rker's to accep t a position at the G a rlock H a r d ­ w a re Corp. Mrs. W, G . G e r n a n d t ,of De­ tro it, M ichigan, spent a few days l a s t week w ith hfer.m o th- _er, M rs. In a R y n e a rson of S o u th M a in St. Miss L a u r a Decker of G e n ­ eva sp e n t T h u rsday and F r i ­ day . o f. last week w ith her sister, -Mrs. Arnold F ish e r of M ason St. D r an d Mr?. A. C. Phelps ■ a n d sons. Ted and Bobby of F r a n k lin St left on Friday for dn extended m o tor trip th r o u g h the W est, an d a boat trip to Alaska. M rs. L . D. B a rager and Mrs. Daisy W h ite of R o c h e s ter were recent guests of Mrs.. Neola. Brow n ing of C h u rch St. - E a rl S trobridge of W ilson St. will begin a week's vacation from h is duties w ith the .Met­ ropolitan Life i n s u r a n c e Com­ pan y on S a turday, M iss L in a B e rtou o f w e s t •Union S t.-sp e n t i a s r F r i d a y in\ Lyons a s th e guest of Mrs. F red Siriith o f D itton St. Mrs. M a r th a Allison and son^ D a rw in o f E a s t R o c h ester, an d Mrs. R o y F a s S e tt.o f -Palmyra, w ere guests o f Mr. \arid M rs. H ilary V. G r a ttan .of t h e C h a f ­ fee .Block last. Friday.eveiiing.. Mrs. K a therine G e e r e n te r ­ tained th e Ever-R-ea-dy B r id g e Clu-b. at her hom e on Mooife. S t. on Tuesday, aftern o o n .df this. week. ' C h a rles Sei'gisson of C o lton Ave, sp e n t a few days last, week w ith Mrs. Sergisson, ip R o c h e ster, w h ere M rs. s e r g i s - son is a t th e hom e of h e r Sla­ te r , Mrs. H a r r y M a y o u , fo r som e tim e. - a ' ■ ■ A reunion of the K a lb fa m ­ ily -was -held at, th e hom e . e l M r. .and Mrs. -Robert H. K a lb, B a r tle Ave., S u n d a y , T h o se p r e s e n t Were M rs. D o ra ,-K. Ritz, Ann Ritz, B e r n a d ine Ritz, an d R o b e rt -Ritz, N o rm a n D ie- a e l , Theodore M u s c h e a u , M iss ■ ^ I n a Lovejoy, G e o rge R. K a lb, M iss Cecilia K a lb, M r . .- a n d M rs. M a r tin W e a v e r, • R o b e r ta ! Ann W e a v e r, J o s e p h K. W e a v ­ er, T h o m a s F r a n c is W e a v e r, all of R o c h e s ter, a n d t h e R e v . ! Georgfe M. K a te of WetoStet; ! an d M r. a n d M rs. K a lb an d Jo a n n e a n d Bobby K a lbv o f Newark-. , . .' .. * M r. and Mrs. J. J . Boynton, an d fam ily! M iss ' • D o rothy M a rsden, an d M r. a n d M rs. A. D. Snyder and family, a ll b f W est M iller St. will spend t h e F o u r th of July -as th e g u e s t s of M r. an d Mrs. Jo h n F letch e r of R o c h e s ter a t th e i r cottEige on C a n a ridaigua Lake. '. . M r. and M rs. A u g u stus' M a r­ tin an d d a u g h ter, C a r o l Lee . of H igh S t. sp e n t th e w e e k ­ end w ith M rs,\ M a r tin r&' par--- en ts, Mr. a n d Mrs.- C h a ries F a r r e n in ‘Canandaigua. M r. an d Mi's. C h e s ter Deyo ! of W e st M aple Ave. moved, last week to 617 S o u th - M a in • St. ' ■ - • ' , M rs. F lo r a G e r n a n d t o f Berkeley, ‘C a lifornia, sp e n t a! few days JLast w e ek w ith h e r m o th e r , M rs. R y n e a r s o n • o f S o u th M ain St. ’ M iss A n ita B irdsall of P h i l ­ adelphia, P a ., a n d M rs, V a n c e of G e n e v a were callers 'Sun­ day o f Miss S a r a h C o lem a n o f -W est M iller St. • M rs. R. V. G allon off Mexico,- N, Y„ • s p e n t tohe w e ek-end w ith Mr. a n d M rs. W iJlilm ' C a s s a d a of (Church S t . •' '! • Mff.' and (Mrs.. F . B . B a rtle^; son o f E a s t A v enue e n t e r t a i n - 1 ed a few friends a t luncheon on Sunday evening in honor o f M rs. Faye B u c k a n d daugh­ ter, P a tty , o f D e tr o it, M ichi­ gan. M r. an d M rs. W illiam T h a t ­ ch e r o f .S o u t h B u tle r w ere S u n d a y ' gu e s ts o f M rs. D . M, R ising and fam ily o f M ason St. Mrs. A r th u r Schulz df S o u th M a in S t. is spending som e tiine w ith h e r sister, M rs. C lif­ ford Coon in New Y o rk City, Mr. and M rs. F r a n k B a r tle­ son a r e m o v ing t h i s w e ek from- 309 E a s t Avenue to 305 E a s t Avenue. Mrs. .H a rold B a r n h a r t of Crosby St. e n te r tain e d h e r sew ing club on T u e s d a y eve­ ning a t her hom e , Mrs. Jo h n DuBois o f E a s t ■Ave. i s visiting h e r daughter, Mrs. Theodore S tapleton, Jr., in A k ron, N. Y . , f o r som e tim e . Miss Elsie Reeves o f R o c h ­ ester will spend t h e F o u r t h of July w ith, h e r parents, Mr. and \'Mrs. P a u l Reeves o f East. M il­ ler St. M rs. Jo h n H. Howard ” ’of : -Michigan -City,' Ind., was,, th q gfiest Qf Mr. and' Mrs UgrrU son M. H o w a rd o f W est Union S t. on TUesday a n d W e d n e s-f- day of this week. S h e also visited other frien d s a n d re l a ­ tives in Newark a n d vicinity. Mr, and M rs. E u g e n e - M k ? Clellan of C h icago, 111., a r e spending a week visiting th e ir p a r e n ts. Mr. an d M rs. Dell M imms of Colton Ave. 'and-. Mrs. Ma.veret C lark of W a s h ­ ington -St,,, an d friends here. M r. an d M rs. H a rold 'B u c k of Elm S t. sp e n t Sunday in Elm ira visiting M r. Buck’s brother, R a lp h Buck, and Mrs. Buck. •Dr.. a-nd M rs. E rnest Saw a rd of S t . Louis, Mo., visited Mrs. S a w a rd’s p a r e n ts, M r. and M rs. Jo h n W a g n e r la s t Week. Mrs. S a w a rd was form erly M iss V irginia W agner, •Mf. an d Mrs. Judson T. . P adjJen o i Phelps spent S u n ­ day afternoon w ith Mr. and Mrs. George R. Felier of M a ­ son S t. M r, an d M rs. F letcher E l­ lio tt of Colton Ave. a n d Mr. a n d M is. Seym o u r Kelley of Lyons spent several days last Week in New Y o rk City. They re ­ tu r n e d hom e Sunday. Mr; a n d ' M rs. F rancis V an D u s e n a n d fam ily off C o m ing ■were w e e k -end guests p'f Mi-, an d M rs. C. A. V a n D u s e n an d fam ily Of W e s t Ave. Mr. an d M rs. C h a r les H u n t ­ ley a p d d a u g h ter, M a d e line an d M r. ah d M rs. J o s e p h Pbtie an d children of - D e troit, Week, Mr.. -and M rs. B e r n a r d D a v is m o tored to R o selahd w ith Mr. a n d M rs. H . M c F a riane S u n ­ day. G e o rge PoyZer of R o c h e s ter is s p b h d ing th e Week w ith his dau g h ter, M rs. Leah Y o u n g of E a s t P a lm y r a . M r. arid M rs. E d w a rd D a g - n a n arid. Mr,, a n d M rs. R a lph • F o ltz of Lockport visited Mr.. Dagn&n’s brother, H o w ard and were entertained and h a d dinner a t the hom e of Mi-, .and Mrs. Fred Thom sen of W est M iner S t . Sunday. A visit w as m a d e during-the- - -after­ noon t o t h e Jackson & P e r k ins Rose G a rdens. M r. a-nd M rs. N a th a n W a l­ ker and 'family moved t o Ferry last week. M r. and: Mrs. A n thony M a n - cuso of South M a in S t. e n te r ­ ta i n e d friends from B u ffalo on Sunday. (C o n tinued on Page E ight ) It costs no more to- _qa.ll- UNDERTAKERS w ith use of RESIDENCE FUNERAL. HOMB at no .extra expense E s tab lish e d 68 Y e a rs Ago. 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