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• elephqne 710 NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARKIN ENTERPRISE, . THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1.940 THREE SERVICES i;I D I J i ; L U T H E I I A W B e rtram D a l l m a n n , P a s tor SlVU-,'V Sunday a t ' I I \a. m . The Ladies Aid Society m e e ts P(ii,e.day evening a t th e hom e Mrs Janies Rogers, Moore, S t. The Men’s Club will m e e t F r i- v evening of next w eek a t th e Louis Holtz In P h e lps. VKCADI'A REFORM E D dev. B. DeYoung-, P a s to r i!ar .services- next. S u n d a y mr:7:hs at -10:30. ,Sunday School a t 12. « Tu.ning ..service a t ,7:30. Tin :c will be no C h r istian E n - M;,.r ucx’t Sunday. -HR-lsTIAN a n d m i s s i o n a r y a l l ia n c e c h u r c h Thomas “A. WilcqX, Pqstur .Sunday School, 10 a . xn. M o rn- ■jjp w.usiup, li a. m . Special peaker V. y-'ung Peo.ple’s service th is .veelc Evancrlislie Service, 7:45. M r, Vern Beal, speaker. PARK PRESBYTERIAN rv: lVillis R. Sanderson, P a s t e r F'liday. 7.30 p. m.—^C h o ir re - lrai.s.il Sunday. 10 a. in, — C h u r c h elm 11 a. m. — M o rning Ciiuifh Service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Roi. Theodore Meyer, M inister Sunday. 10 a. m .—M o rning Worship and ch u r c h ..school. The Lord's Supper w ill be ob­ served during, th e h o u r of w o r- lup Rev. Theodore M eyeF will :ve t.>r com m u n ion m e d itatio n , \The Truth S h a ll S t a n d ”, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE God’’ is th e su b je c t o f the esMui-Scrmon in all C h u rches f Christ, Scientist, o n Sunday, ulv 7 The G o lden T e x t is: ;Ble.s.smg a n d G lory a n d wisdom, nd Thanksgiving, a n d honour, nri power, and m ight, be u n to ur God. for ever an d ever, mea • i R evelation 7:12). Tb- lorgl services a r e h e ld a t he i.orncr of M ason an d H igh s: I! a. m. S u n d a y School t in li a. m. W ednesday eve- i.-.r -ervice a t 8 o’clock. Werine.sday aftern o o n th e arc open from tw o until our p iii for th e p u r p o s e of rid: : a n d obtaining literatu r e , .o ■ most welcome to a tt e n d <: *..;rc.s an d visit th e read - r 0~ iss Yager Joined 0 Lyons Man in Parsonage Service York— Yager Newark Miss D o rothy Y a g e r. 53 of Mr. and M rs. Sey- •\;r Yager of 203 N o rth M ain N'-aark. an d T h o m a s York, f *)') Maple S t , Lyons, so n - o f h ' Maude York of 89 M aple 1 -.\ii.s were united in m a r - it the P resbyterian M anse, ' n . i -uflay. June 29, 1940. at ui T h e Rev. W illis R. \ ' i ' 11'! perform e d th e cere- Tm- hride was gow n ed in e ' ’ufTon over taffe ta w ith h ,,ir,-e s s o r ie s and a corsage f w.ti- rose buds and blue for- f'-.r.e.nots. M iss R e m u lta »i. ,.f Newark, cousin to the r'Jip and m aid of honor, chose J ' -'n of blue n e t over taffeta Jn i). ie and w h ite accessories a,'d a. '-m sage of pink rose buds an. h'ur forget-m e -knots. Stew - «•’ of i 3 i w e s t P e a r l St.. < \usln o f th e bride, was e<‘ .'nan . the cerem o n y a- re­ mit: -:i was held a t th e -bride's 'm* a! 8:30 p. ni. for the im- ' ‘.'i.e families. n -i’-of-town guests w ere .pre- l nl h'>m R o c h e ster, Lodi, F a l- Phelps, an d Lyons, voung couple le f t on a ” wedding trip. -T h e y will 'heir home in Buffalo, (hr Siakr N y -r-< ' ipt-ial functions included •-1' \ v show er given toy Mrs. ? r ;- \i DeNagel an d M rs. W il- ' a.!...the .hom e—of ..Mrs. H \ i S tu a r t Ave., on T h u r s - 03 ■ I me 27. Rebekah Degree U n it installs New Officers h ir e r s of the Degree , f Silver Link R e b e k a h ■ ;• f\r W ayne D istrict No. 2, nvm ' P10 'bstalled a t a recent n ... ; tlor?- a r e a s follows: - - .if Deputy P resident, Mrs. ^ n. Cnrneii;, D. M a rshall,,M rs. \j..' Veischage*. b . W a rden, • ■ Hith DeW ind; D. Secr-e- Mrs. Nellie M a r tin ; D: irrr, Mrs, W inifred R e ed; \'•'iplain. Mrs. Isabelle G o lds- “Er T h s i d e G u a r d ian , . :uip - H e a th :. _ D . .Outside -&n- ■Jfis Mrs. C a roline R ich- 0 Mnsicia-ni M rs. O ra In J.\ : ---- - \ K' were used as w e a p o n s ini-1-ir;<i|lt : b n ies, a n d w e re n o t Its-'.’ . lnto E n g lan d from tf. 'i-'u lable use until early in 1 rentury. in Brilliant Church Rite NEWARKER l Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A , Muth, pictured following their lovely summer wedding in Methodist Church at 4 p. m. last Thursday, Mrs. Muth is the former Miss Ellen VanDuser. i m p r e s s i v e C e r e m o n y M a r k s M u t h - V a n D u s e r N u p t i a l s Newark—In a lovely sum m e r cerem o n y last week T h u rsday, Ju n e 27, 1940, a t 4 p. m. in th e M e thodist C h u rch, M iss Ellen Van Duser, d a u g h ter o f M rs. O rville B a rker V a n D u ser o f 124 Church St., Newark, an d R a y ­ m o n d A. M u th, o f 109 Prospect St., Newark, son of M r. and Mrs. W alter R. M u th of 109 Prospect St., Newark, were- united in m a rriage. T h e -Rev. W illis R. Sanderson, pastor of the P,ark Pyesbyterian C h u rch, perform e d the ceremony, T h e church was decorated w ith palm s, ferns, m o ck orange blossom s, and giadiQli- T h e b r id e ,.w h o w a s given in m a rriage toy h e r b r o th e r , N o rris Van Duser. of Sodus, w a s lovely' in her m o th e r ’s w e d d ing dress, 35 years old, of ivory siik chiffon cloth trim m e d w ith real Spanish lace. H e r long veil w a s caught by orange blossoms. S h e carried a bouquet of bride's roses. M rs. N o rris Van D u s e r of So­ dus, sister-in-law to th e bride, and m a tron of honor, was gowned- in powder blue silk m a rquisette w ith a m a tching hat. Miss M a rgaret Van Duser of Media,. Pa... and M rs. F rank W, Higgins of O lean. N. Y„ cousins- of the bride, were bridesm aids. ‘ T h e y were gow n ­ ed alike in, pink silk m a r ­ quisette with m a tching hats. The atten d a n ts carried colonial bou­ quets of pink roses an d blue delphinium . W illiam M e ier -of R o c h e ster, cousin o f the bridegroom , was best m an. Ushers were Damon E. V an Duser of Newark, brother of th e bride, and Jo h n Peirson of M e rcersburg, Pa., R o b e rt P u r ­ chase of Colton Ave.. Newark, and R o n a ld W eicher, of N ewark. T h e m o ther of the bride was gowned in w h ile eyelet silk w ith black and w h ile accessories =and—wore- a--corsage ■ o f w h ite gardenias. T h e m o ther of the bridegroom chose pow d e r blue silk with lace trim , d a r k blue accessories, and a corsage of w h ite gardenias. Im m e d iately following the ceremony a reception w a s h e ld a t th e W olfs’ for th e -bridal p a r ty and n e a r relatives. O u t-of-tow n guests present at the cerem o n y were from R o c h ­ ester, Syracuse, O lean, Sodus, Media. Pa., Beacon. ,N. Y.. F a y ­ etteville, N. Y„ Chau-mont, N. Y , Taunton,, Mass., W illiam son, N. Y„ an d M ercersburg, Pa. •—The\ young\ coupiv i r f n n i i i •boat trip up the G r e a t Lakes. They will be a t hom e a f te r July l'Sth at 402 East Avenue, New­ ark. T h e bride is a graduate of Newark H igh School. T h e bride­ groom is a graduate of Newark H igh School and atten d e d the U n iversity of Pennsylvania. P r e n u p tial functions included a canned goods show er given by Miss -Patty Comstock; a gadget show e r by Miss Eleanor C h risty an d Miss Eleanor Davis a t the N ew ark C o u n try -Ciub; a dinner by M rs. W. T. Purchase; a k i t ­ chen show er by Mrs. R o n a ld W e ic h e r a n d Mrs. G o rdon P a r ­ ker; a dessert-brid$)te.nd b a t h ­ room showier by Mrs. D o n a ld R. Bird at th e Wolfs; a surprisp show er toy the K a u f m a n s ;. a luncheon and crystal show er at th e W olfs’ by Miss Juliette Lucas; a picnic supper a t the hom e -of Mrs. E rnest S m ith and th e prim a ry teachers o f the M e thodist C h u rch; a d in n e r by Mr. a n d Mrs. M a rk N o rris of ’So­ dus; a -bachelor p a r ty fo r th e A T A L B A N Y dc Z a fra—M ichelsen Newark—Miss D o rothea S. M ichelsen, d a u g h ter o f M r, a n d Mrs.’ C h a rles C. M ichelsen of Newark, an d C a rlos de Z a fra, J r , o f R o c h ester, son of Mrs. M ary M. de Z a fra, of R o c h e s ter, were u n ited in -marriage,, in A l­ bany. on S a tu r d a y aftern o o n , June 22, 1940, by Justice o f th e Peace, George ,W. Casey. The b r id e was gowned in M ice blue frosted crepe trim m e d w ith dubonnet, w ith .a m a tch in g tu r ­ ban- w ith d u b o n n e t veil, a n d she wore a corsage o f orchids. Ml's. F r a n k C. Folderm a n of Albany, Who w a s M iss C o ra A. Puiver of N ew ark before h e r m arriage, an d a girlhood frien d of the bride, w as m a tr o n of honor; She chose a gown of navy blue sheer trim m e d with:, white, w h ite accessories, and: a corsage of talism a n roses. John W. H e rring, o f S linger- lands, N. Y.. New York S tate Supervisor of A d u lt E d u c a tion, and a m u tual ■ f r ien d o f th e .bride and bridegroom , was best m an. Following the cerem o n y a re ­ ception w a s held a t th e hom e Of Mr. H e rring for th e bridal party. The couple left on a -rnqtor trip th r o u g h the New E n g land States, an d are now h o n e y ­ m o o n ing a t Sebasco Lodge on the M aine C o a st, U p o n , th e ir re ­ turn they will m a k e th e i r hom e a t 136 Electric Avenue,, R o c h e s ter. The bride is a g r a d u a te of Newark H igh School an d th e U n iversity of R o c h e ster, w h e re she received her, B.A. and M.A. degrees. S h e is' h o w teaching a t John M a rshall H igh School, Rochester, N. Y. . T h e b r i d e s groom is a graduate of New York U n iversity, w h e re h e re ­ ceived his B.A. an d M.A. degrees He is noW teaching a t B a tav ia High School, B a tavia, N. Y. P r e n u p tial functions included an announcem e n t dinner a t th e home of th e b iide’s p a r e n ts, in Newark; a d m n e r p a r ty given bridegroom given by W illiam ^ ‘SSau^ tulil^ ^ e r ; ^ M e ier of R o c h e s ter, R o n a ld w e l- linen show e r and dinner p a r ty cher, John P e irson, D a m o n Van by Mrs. K e n n e th e . Gell in DUoer, an d Rtrbert Purchase, I Rochester; and a kitchen show ­ er by M iss G. Adeiyh P a ine I n Rochester. o D a u g h ters of Isabella-—will m eet on W ednesday., July 17, a t 8 p. m. in St. M ichael's C h u rch Hall, T h e com m ittee in charge is Miss M ary Aliqe Kelly, c h a i r ­ m an, Mrs. . M a ry Kelly, Mrs. Jack Keefp, M rs. R p e m e r M a n - gan, an d Miss Alice McEvoy. N o n -D c n o m inational B i b I e Class—w ith M rs. E th e l F ish ­ baugh as teacher, m e e ts every Tuesday evening a t 7:30 p. m. in the L ibrary. T h e B o o k of Exodus is being studied in the class study of th e first five books of the Bible. Ladies’ A id'’ S o c iety--of the R edeem er L u th e r a n C h u r c h will m eet on W e d n e sday, July 3, -at 7:30 p. m. a t th e hom e o f Mrs. Jam e s D. R o g e rs, Mdore S t. Auction Bridge Club and Ever- R e ady Bridge Club—will toe e n ­ tertained a t th e Vererouse co t­ tage. Sodus P o int, next week T h u rsday. July li. Picnic d in n e r wi|l be served a t 12:30 p. m. W omen's Civic Club—T h e re will be no m e e ting of the W o m ­ e n ’s Civic Club t h is week. Newark G a r d e n Club—will be host t d all g a r d e n clubs of R o c h ­ ester a n d ,a r e a affiliated w ith the S ta te F e d e r a tion of G a r d e n Clubs a t a federation-sponsored lecture to be given here M o n ­ day, J u ly 8. S p e a k e r will be M rs. Roy C. Lincoln, of P o r t W a s h ­ ington. .Her lecture will- follow a 1 o'clock luncheon a t N e w a rk C o u n try Club. R e servations m ay be m a d e by calling Mrs. O. W, Bum p u s, phone 314, not late r th a n Friday, July 5. Ladies’ Aid Society—o f the E m m a n u el E v a n g e lical C h u r c h will hold its a n n u a l picnfc a t Perkins P a r k on T h u rsday, July 11, a t 2:30 p. m. and a buffet supper before the reh e a r s a l W ednesday evening b y Miss M a rgaret V a n Duser. Mrs. P e ter N. T a b e r W a lw o rth—E inm a R o ss T a b e r, Wife of P e ter N. Taber, passed aw ay W ednesday, Ju n e 26, 1940, at her hom e in W alw o rth. S h e w a s born in Penfield Aug. 4, 1860. the d a u g h ter o f the late C a therine T u m a n s and M a r tin V. Ross a n d was m a rried Dec. 29, 1887. She was a m e m ­ b e r o f tlie M e thodist C h u r c h of W alw o rth. S u rviving,' besides the husband, are two daughters, Mrs M inor Speers and M rs. Her- land W ray; one son. F r a n k L. T a b e r and five grandchildren. F u n e ral services were held S a turday aftern o o n from the hom e w ith th e Rev. P, H. H u y - e tt officiating. B u r ial w as in B a k e r Cemetery. Airs. Elizabeth HornbcrU N ew ark—Mrs. E lizabeth HOftt- beck, 74. of Fairvilie. wife of B e r t H o rnbeck; died F r id a y in N e w a r k . H o spital. She was born in Arcadia Jan. 23, 1866. ... Surviving are h e r - h u sband, Bert, and one -brother, H e rbert B u r n e tt o f Fairville. Funei‘^1 services were held a t 2:30 p . m. M o n d ay from -Parker’s F u n e r a l Home, Rev. W h ite offi­ ciating. w ith in term e n t in New­ a r k Cem e tery. Dance Teacher Sets Sodus Point Course i A special sum m e r dance course Will be h e ld th is season by Anne M acLeod of N e w a rk at the Guild Hall, S o d u s P o int. The dancing ’ teach e r will hold enrollm e n t T h u r s d a y , Juiy 1.1, at the G u ild H a ll frbm 4 to 6 p. m. C lasses will be h e ld a f t ­ ernoon an d evening. All types of dancing will be tau g h t including baby w o rk, tap classes for all ages a n d Ballroom classes for both children and adults. All h ig h e r m o tives, ideals, conceptions, sen tim e n ts in a m a n are of no accouht if they do n o t come, forw a rd to stren g th e n him fo r th e b e tter discharge o f the d u ties w h ich devolve upon him in th e o r d in ­ a r y affairs of life.—H e n ry W ard Beecher. ^ . Young M a rried Couples Class —of th e Em m a n u e l Evangelical C h u rch will have a picnic on T h u rsday evening. Ju ly 11, a t 6:30 p . m. in P e rkins F a rk. M em b ers of th e C h ristian E n ­ deavor Society and the Young People’s M issionary Circle will be guests. Newark C o n tr a c t Chili—will have a 1 o’clock luncheon at Mae’s Tea Room, Sodus Point, on T h u rsday, July II, followed by cards a t th e cottage of Mrs. W illiam R u p e r t a t S o d u s Point. Townsend C lub—will h a v e a h o t dog roast T u e s d a y evening, July 9, a t th e hom e o f M rs. E. R . D u n c a n . 121 E a s t M iller St. Tow n send Club—will hold a reg u la r m e e ting Friday eve­ ning! July 5. a t 8 p. m . in IOOF Hall. Sandw iches and coffee will be served. Silver Link R ebekali Lodge— will have no more m eetings u n til tiie second Tuesday in Septem b e r, ------------ o ----------- The average cost of Insurance on New York dairy farm s in the period 1933 to 1937 w a s $40 a farm . Most of this w a s for fire Insurance on buildings an d for livestock an d m a c h inery. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express appreciation for a c ts of kindness' show n at' tim e of d e a th of m y w ife Eliza­ beth H o rnbeck. Especially do I th a n k those who scu t flowers and furnished cars. u27- H p — -------- - -fter! ttem b 'i'clf H i r e s c m WITH REAL RO O T JU IC E S B o ttles ■For H i HANDY CARTON At Your independent Grore-s or Soft Drink Stand B ! D istrib u to r s WASH DAY W ORRIES GO I f PHONE NEWARK 645 or 646 f o r E c o n o m i c a l - & E f f i c i e n t L a u n d e r i n g Your laundry problem s Will •be o v e r , ' w h e n you \turn y o u r l a u n d r y over to STOTT’S . . , who a r e equally kind to clothes niade of co tto n o r d a in tiest of silks . . . ____ they lau n d e r for less th a n it costs to do .it a t hom e the And. E n t i r e W a s h i n g a n d I r o n i n g (.Except W earing Apparel) Oniy 9 lb. Only a sm a ll charge for H a n d - Ironing w e a ring apparel. Launderers and “ The Cleanest Spot in Wayne County” Frank £. Munson, Walworth Woman Wed at Honeoye Muttson^—H e n d erson N e w a rk—In a cgrem o n y p e r ­ form ed on S a tu r d a y , June 29, 1940, a t ’noon, in Honeoye Falls, N. Y„ Mrs, L a u ra E. H e n d erson, d a u g h ter of Mr. and Mrs, H enry R e y n o lds o f W alwprth, N Y., an d Frank, E M u n son, of New­ ark , son of Mr,, and Mrs. A. E. M u n s o n of N o rth Chili, N. Y., w e re u n ited in m a rriage. The Rev. C. E. P a r tin g to n , pastor of th e .M ethodist Church there, perform e d th e ceremony. Miss M ijlicent G reen o f Hon-: eoye Fails, N. Y... a friei-id, and fellow m e m b e r, w ith the bride,, of the Phelps C e n tral School- Faculty, w a s m aid of honor. C lair T . Munson of North- Chili,, N. Y„ b r o t h e f 'o f the bridegroom , a c ted ,a s best m an. The couple left on a wedding trip. A fter A u g u st I, they will be a t hom e a t Miller M a n o r, 2J12 W est M ilter S t., N e w a rk. The bride is a g r a d u a te o f Geneseo S ta te N o rm a l School. The bridegroom is a g r a d u a te BIRTHS ANNOUNCED Mr. an d Mrs. Theodore O, Stapleton, Jr., o f 12 C linton St.:, is a g r a d u a te | A k ron, N. Y., a r e the p a r e n t s of of th e U n iversity of R o c h e s ter, | a daughter, w e ighing 8 lbs I and is a m em b er of t h e N e w ark, High School Faculty; — — _ o — --------- The use of brow n or u n p o lish­ ed rice, m ay .help to p r e v e n t th e beriberi disease which is caused by a lack of t h iam in . ounce, born at -the C ity H o spital, B a tavia, on M onday, Ju ly 1, a t 6 p . m. Mrs. S tap leto n w a s foiv m erly Miss M y ra D u B o is of. Newark, d a u g h ter Of -Mr. and\1 Mrs. Jo h n E. DuBois, of East,. Avenue. .. $30 to $300 —• 20 months to repay To re-establish your credit' c o n solidate debts, have only, one place t o pay —• come in — phone — \vritc. LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS CO-M A K E R AND AUTOS—NO INSURANCE REQUIRED 34 Seneca St. Over K e ilty’s D ry Goods S tore ' 2 n d Floor T d . 2331 G e n eva, N. Y. LOANS MADE IN NEARBY TOWNS ^ os’®! F r e s h C h u r n e d S u g a r C r e e k Large Stuffed r Queens - Trocadero A Real Bargain 7Va O* Bucket New Low Price...New Improved Lea! M - B B R E A D 2 s l S ' New T e n d e r C r u s t YOUR CHOICE MORFLAVOR • POTATO SUPERIOR • SUPERMAID S m o o th e r F i n e r T e x tu r e DON’T FO R G E T O U R D E L IC IO U S • HOT DOG OR HAMBURG • SANDWICH BUNS CAMPBELL’S P O R K & B E A N S 4 u- ? 2 5 PACKER'S FIRST GRADE TENDER MILD HAMS Smoked Skinless Shank Hal! A S S O R T E D For Yonr Picnic Lunch or Outing lb. 1 9 L a rge BOLOGNA o r FRANKFURTS Finest Quality 2 2 9 DILL P I C K L E S Sweet Pickles - Q u art J a r 29c <?f * Jars | NEW YORK STATE C H E E S E There Is None B e tter l b . 1 9 - PAPER PLATES PAPER NAPKINS SANDWICH BAGS Pkg 8e Pkg 7c Pkg 5c DRINKING CUPS WAX PAPER CHARCOAL Pkg 8e 40 Ft Roll 5e BagTSe PRICE GOOD ONLY XN SUPER STORES 173 E. Union St. in the Commercial Bldg. Open Saturday Evening

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