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ephone lofv Cornelius L e p e ltak ljstr.ir for the Y o u ths’ Sum -: tConference- o f the .Reform ed I rcht., of th e R o c h e s ter ILS .which is in session th is E L 't cook Academy; M o n tour IL Mvi. Lepeltak an d Rev. Id Mrs Harold S c h u t will also I , ‘ attendance, w ith th e foi­ lin',, voune: people: S a r a h Ver I nk Marv Van -Strien, A rlene I F,shei;. W a lter Lepeltak, I d van H aneghem , Jean; lernian and Eleanor Boss. M rs. Irtrude Hoekye a n d Mrs.. M a ria In H i nee hem will a t t e n d th e | ter p.-r' of th e week. Itev Augustus I. N a s m ith, a intlst missionary in S h a o h ing, lina and his fam ily who have len oBlirtd to- rem a in, m o st of fe time ’for the p a s t two years I Shanghai, were, to leave in | M (or their furlough in th e litfd States. T h e y will m a k e feral visits in th e w e stern ftes and are expected t o Visit I .parents in M a rion In Au- fletor Deuel w as in B u ffalo f e 15 to a tten d th e fu n e r a l o f f, sister. Mrs: Jen n ie D e u el [nieson who died in. th a t city f e 13 . at the age g f 68 a f te r I illness of th r e e years. She ■survived by h e r husband, W h ­ in Jamieson of Buffalo, tw o fibers, Galen a n d Victor ’D e u e l [Marion, and one sister, Mrs. Kristina Sanger o f W alworth.' ijausjhn Radley acted as best. In Saturday. Ju n e 29, a t th e iddlng of his. C o rnell class- Ite. Raymond G a r tlem a n and ■ss Florence Kalfus, w h ich took Ice at Flushing, L. I. fir and Mrs. Elm e r B u tts of Ions called a t t h e hom e o f Mr. Id Mr- Lucien Sweezey, S u n - fliSs Geraldine B irch of R o o h - lereiva.s the guest over the lek*ml of Miss E lizabeth Itty Eugene Miller an d E r n e s t landt left this week to enroll I 3 .months’ tra i n i n g a t th e te n s ' Military T r a in in g C a m p 1 Fort Niagara. N. Y. firs Stanley Phillips and- little h spent, last week w ith re la­ tes m Red Creek.^ (Jiis Archie Lovelace an d Miss tnche Corbitt of R o c h e s ter Id Mia* Marion W ilson of Syr*- [iise -fere guests over Sunday [Mr* E M Lovelace. Mr: ’ Thomas Fuller an d two jis /■•■ returned to th e i r |m“ :r. Sea Breeze a f t e r s p e n d - ! tw weeks w ith her paren ts, k and Mrs H a rry W estfall. Mr and Mrs. Philip M iller and Iss M.ibe! Miller sp e n t Sunday | Watertown. Mrs Nellie Trim b le has re- Irned t... Palm y ra to care for cph Sawyer on Jackson btf. p a d : Grace, physical in- pctjr in M arion C e n tral Ihoul lias been released from p contract to accept a position jMiddh-town. N. Y. H e will -be pck coach and have classes in Irrection work arid in the Mr.. a n d Mrs. G race and Imrnv are leaving M a rion this |ek Mis.- Esther P e r d u y n left tuftday m orning for L o n g Is- jtd where she will visit a t the jme..f her uncle, G len.E. Fos- r of Floral P a r k and Will also fit the Fair. M*reiu-e Corcoran is em p loy- tfor tin- present i n A m sterdam p c lv is construction fore- pn on a building, p and Mrs. C h a rles W ester- |n and little d a u g h te r L a u ra P *.:i spend th e F o u r t h in: toon witii her p a r e n ts, Mr. F Mis Fred Hodges. Mcmb-rs of th e De Nering |miy tu, the num b e r o f 67 m e t 1 then- annual re u n io n S a tu r - |y June 29 , at. th e hotne ot Inest Diiienbeck. Jacob De pins was elected president for F coming year. ■ Mr and Mrs. H o w a rd S tark W Mis* Shirley S t a r k Were en- ptaiwd at d in n e r Sunday by p Rt:.*e Blank a n d M iss Helen, pek cf Rochester, pttoi'- the teachers a t hem e Mar.on for the' sum m e r are « Helen Goossen, te a c h e r of p r y m .a Buffalo high school; r M’na Goossen, S t a te C o l- F I” Teachers, H u ff a 10; M rs. f C l a r k . L o c k p o rt; M iss Ar- r , 1 ,k Long Island;, an d O r- P|jd G-.ryer; P ittsford. . f w ar.nual picnic of R ichards Fpter.,0 E. S-., an d M a rlon phmc Lodge occurs a t 6:30 p. > at RD*eiand, T h u r s d a y after-. . July 11 |te George Shoales and. Miss, “l5f‘ Shoales attended, th e mmencement a t Williamson- w a i School on T u e s d a y eve- [ S where W eldon CollWard, ! hPr of Mrs. Shoales w as sf; lM r ljf the g r a d u a tin g class. !«r and Mrs. Miles B. D e a n inv r day m o rning - for AL y .md New York an d a visit ! “ ><■ World’s Fair, i t l \ :id Mfs- A1Ien G illa r d of! 7 w» e guests S a t u r d a y tun i a t - t h e hom e of ^ \ 'J . H a d l e y . ,. Justin D. Field is a p a - pt,* . ■ K Qe“ ral Lio^pitnl m serious operation\ to tan he is recovering Rich h Hr. subm itted tw o weeks and Mrs;- J o h n JPietiter a n d fam ily an d Mr. an d Mrs. Jo h n H a ll sp e n t last week w ith relatives in New jersey. The -Misses H e len an d B e tty W h ite o f Lockport are guests of th e ir a u n t, Mrs. W ayne Allen, a n d fam ily over th e F o u r th. . Mrs. G eorge Topping e n te r ­ tained eight young women, for* met- m e m b e rs of her Sunday! School -class on T h u rsday eve­ ning, a t a show er in honor of Miss C h a r lo tte Perduyn. Dr. a n d Mrs. N a thaniel S a fran .who have been in Arizona for th e p a s t tw o years, have return* ■ed. to New Y o rk S ta te and are locating in A m enia, N. Y. A n ita and H u g h M c K e n n a of .Sodus spent, last, week a t their; g r a n d p a r e n ts’ -hom e in M arion. Mrs. Frederick W. Cliff e was a guest l a s t week-of h e r au n t, Miss C lara Y e o m a n s in Palm y ra. Mr. a n d Mrs. H a rry H a m m o n d and: Miss M o n a H a m m o n d leave' ’ th is: W e d n e sday to spend th e re ­ m a in d e r of th e week a t th e ir cottage a t P a n t h e r Lake. T h e M isses E leanor a n d P h y l­ lis B rasser of W illiam son spent Friday^ afternoon w ith Mrs. George Shoales. Miss B e r th a G e e r .was a guest. W ednesday an d T h u rsday of M rs. W illiam P a r k h iii a n d Mrs. F r a n k R a lston in R o c h ester. . Mrs. S tanley Rogers left today (W ednesday! with- her b r o t h e r E a rl Peterson an d ' Mrs. P e terson of B u ffalo to spend- several w e eks a t th e hom e of her fa th e r in C r a f ts b u r y Common, V e rm o n t.. - -------- --- [ Miss C a th e r in e Allen h a s been en tertain in g th e p a s t week Miss M a rjorie Stansfield of A m ster­ dam , a college classm a te at St. Law rence U n iversity. Lee a n d Lyle Johnson of W illiam son sp e n t th e w e e k -end from F riday tp Tuesday a t th e hom e o f th e i r g r a n d p a r e n ts, Mr. an d Mrs. Isaac Johnson. Mrs. F r e d R. S m ith h a s been k e p t from h e r d u ties a t the li­ b r a r y t h e p a s t week by illness. Mrs, K e n n e t h Johnson was a guest W ednesday n i g h t of h e r cousins Mr. and M rs. C h a rles M cNair i n D a n sville’ a n d a tt e n d ­ ed th e com m e n c e m e n t exercises an d g r a d u a tio n of t h e i r daugh­ ter. Lois M cNair. -Mr. a n d M rs. George T o p p ing called S u n d a y aftern o o n on Mrs. Jacob V a lore w h o h a s been ill a t h e r hom e inpgultneyvilie. M r. a n d M rs. C a r lton Brooks h a v e sold th e i r hom e in R o c h ­ e s ter a n d w ith th e i r d a u g h te r and husband, M r. a n d M rs. M a l­ colm Inglis will be residents of M a rion a t th e i r hom e so u th of Cory C o rners. M r. a n d M rs. A r th u r Stevens of O n tario w e re guests Sunday of Mr. a n d M rs. F r e d Hodges. T h e r o n Forbes, in s tr u c to r of m u sic in th e M a rion C e n tral School, w ith Howard. Ocque, D o n a ld Allen, C h e s ter S a n ford, an d P e t e r ' Lonneville accom ­ panied th e . N e w a rk F ir e m e n ’s B a n d to N a p les Friday. T h e boys w e re e n te r ta i n e d fo r din n e r by M iss Luella Tozer, a fo r m e r M a r ­ ion teacher, a t h e r hom e in N a ­ ples. Mrs. M a ry Deyo, M r. a n d Mrs. T h o m a s E m m e lkam p , M r. an d Mrs. R a y m o n d S k i n n e r , an d M r. a n d M rs. E v e rett V a n d e W a lle atte n d e d th e re ­ union o f th e Deyo fam ily held S a turday, Ju n e 29, a t th e sum ­ m e r hom e of M r. a n d M rs. R a y ­ m o n d Sw eezey a t C ranberry Pond, M rs. H u g h M e rson o f New Y o rk C ity jo in e d h e r h u s b a n d i n M a r io n th is w eek an d is Vis­ itin g h e r p a r e n ts, M r, a n d M rs. F r e d R. S m ith. P e t e r ‘'•Johnson h a s been seri­ ously ill fo r t h e p a s t two weeks. Mr. a n d Mrs. W a lter B a r n h a r t and two children M a rion an d Bob of C o n n e c ticut, w h o are spending th e w e e k i n Sodus an d Mrs. Cora B a r n h a r t a n d d a u g h ­ ter Jessie if Sodus were guests on S a tu r d a y of M r. a n d M rs. G eorge Topping. . Am o n g M a riqn stu d e n ts hom e fo r the su m m e r vacation are E rw in R a d ley a n d D e a n R a d ley from C o lgate: Viola Cook, B rock- p o r t N o rm a l: K a th e r in e D eN er- ing, G e n eseo N o rm a l School; David: d r u m , u n iv e r s ity o f M ich­ igan ; M o n a H a m m o n d , M e c h a n ­ ics in s t i t u t e ; C h e s ter Sanford, A lfred U n iversity. M rs. M a ry Brow n is visiting M rs. C a rrie Love for a few •weeks. M iss K a t e W e s tfall h a s been ill th e p a s t week. M iss P h y llis E-ngelson, stu d e n t i n M e c h a n ics In s titu te , R o c h e s­ ter, is a s s i s t a n t d ietitian a t th e Y.W j CA., C a m p O n a n d a on C a n ­ an d a ig u a L a k e th is sum m er. T h e a n n u a l cam p m e e ting of t h e F r e e M ethodist\.aahurches o f th is d i s t r ic t isr -being h e ld in th e i r grove o n th e WilliEtmson- M a rion R o a d , Itf will close th is Sunday. Among th e speakers- are E v a n g e list J. H. W h item a n an d Mrs. W h item a n of W inona Lake, In d ian a , a n d Miss Bessie R e e d of C a n a d a who h a s r e c e n t­ ly re tu r n e d on furlough from C h ina. R o b e rt W a rd o f C a n g n d a igua sp e n t F r id a y w ith h is parents. Rev. a n d M rs. W illis V a n d e r k q o i an d little so n ctf O n taffd .were guests F r id a y o f se v . aiid M fs. H a r o l d - S c h u t . ............ .. My. and Mrs. G. A. H enkee of Cleveland have been visiting Mr. : and Mrs. A n thony K o o m a n and- Mr. an d Mrs, Jo h n K o o m a n . Ivan Hon nas been t r a n s f e r r e d to Cum b erland, Md„ and is m o v ­ ing there th is week. [ Mrs. Lydia F a r n s w o r th cele/ brated the b ir th d a y of h e r Son Byron Sunday afternoon by giv­ ing A dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, B. F a r n s - : worth, M r, and Mrs. Jo h n Hall, Mr. an d Mrs. Jo h n C. F ichter, Mrs: L. Farnsw o rth, Miss Evelyn -Farnsw o rth, C h a rles Moon and Johnny aiid Florence Fichter. Mrs.' A. N. Tem p le, Lee and Merle drove to Rome last w e e k ’ w ith h e r p a r e n t s , Mr. an d Mrs. E r n e s t Saw y e r, who h a d been h e r guests in M a rion over th e week-end. Mr. an d Mrs. G eorge D ean were -guests on Sunday of Mr. and M rs, G o rdon Hoff. ( Mr. an d Mfs. Fred H. D u rfee called on friends in Marion: T h u rsday. Mr, an d Mrs, Cornelius. P e tty and son G e rald are visiting Mr. - and M rs. David B o g a rd in Little- Fails, N. J„ arid attending, the W orld’s -Fair. MJss M a rjorie Lookup, who. accom p a n ied th.e senior class of D e K a lb J u n c tio n to N?w York City h a s been visain g h e r a u n t in Ridgewood, R. j „ and' will r e ­ tu r n to M arion w ith M r. and Mrs. P e tty. _ M em b ers of th e V a n G e e fam ­ ily -will m e e t Ju ly 4 a t th e horns of Kills G a rlock for a fa m ily re­ union. Mi-, a n d Mrs. Alfred. T h u r s to n an d fam ily of Tr;en- to n , -Canada, are visiting his m o ther and relatives a n d ' will atten d th e reunion. A d rian B e n e d ict of F a ir p o r t visited M r. an d Mfs. George E. B e n e d ict M o n d ay. Mr. a n d M rs. H a rold Fow ler w ere called to R o c h e s ter T h u r s ­ day an d again M o n d a y because Of th e illness o f h e r m o ther, M rs. H e len CarrOll. Mr. a n d M rs. B e r t Differ and d a u g h ter, R o w e n a of Syracuse were gu e s ts S u n d a y a n d M o n ­ day of then- dau g h ter arid sister, Mrs. F. K. M o sher a n d fam ily. Mr. an d Mrs. Jo h n C. F ichter. Mr. and Mfs. Jo h n H all, F lor­ ence an d Johnny, retu r n e d hom e W ednesday from a week’s variation t o P a terson, N. J., .and New York City, w h e re they visited th e W o rld’s F a ir. Mrs, H o m er S m ith arrd d a u g h ­ te r Alice of R o c h e s ter were guests o h F riday of Mrs. S a r a h GoosSen a n d daughter.sr. M iss Isobel Bodden ■ of M ilwaukee, Wis„ w a s a gu e s t o f M iss M ina Goossen Friday. F riends in M a rion reg r e t to lea r n o f th e illness of M rs, C. H. O tto, w h o h a s been a p a tien t in the V a ssar H o s p ital. Pough­ keepsie for th e p a s t two weeks. E d g a r T. Luce. Mrs, G. E. Luce an d M rs. B. E. Luce were in Syracuse S a turday to a tt e n d the Luce reunion held a t th e hom e of M a rvin jo r e s . Mrs. B. E. Luce a n d M rs. G. E. Luce rem a ined in Syracuse for th is week. Rev, Jam e s O ttlpoby of Neb­ raska, who spoke in b o th the R e form e d churches w a s a gu’est over S u n d a y of Rev. an d Mrs. Schut. Mr. an d Mrs. L e s ter A n d e rson en tertain e d a t a roast on S a t u r ­ day evening Mr. an d M rs. Isaac Tellier, Mr. an d Mrs. A b ram T e l- lier an d fam ily o f Sodus an d Mf. an d Mrs. Jacob A n d e rson. Mr, and-M rs. George DeLaney visited friends in Seneca Faffs on Sunday. Miss H e len W a rd is visiting h e r sister, Mrs. H a rold Noble in Clyde. Miss M ira C r a n e ivith M iss, Louise M eigs an d M rs. C h a rles Frishie of R o c h e s ter called on friends in A u b u rn a n d G e n eva, M o n d a y afternoon, Mr. an d Mrs. E. D. W illiam son w ere guests on S u n d a y o f Mr. a n d Mrs; R a y M o rrison a t C o n e - s«s Lake. M r, a n d Mrs. T h o m a s W est of P a lm y r a sp e n t S u n d a y w ith h e r p a r e n ts, Mr. an d M rs, F r a n k Tack. Mrs. Roy M u llner of R o c h e s­ ter, who h a s been a p a ti e n t in; th e G e n e see H o spital in R o c h ­ ester is spending a few weeks during h e r convalescence a t the hom e of h e r sister, Mrs. J. C. Elve. Mf. an d Mrs. G. W. Nye a t ­ te n d e d th e S t a te Em b a lm e rs’ ■Convention, h e ld in Syracuse last Week. . M r , a n d Mrs. G eorge Ingersoll o f Auburn,' Mr. an d M rs. H o race D e a n of Syracuse and M rs. A r­ th u r E lhs of Lyons sp e n t M on­ day a t t h e hom e of J o h n W ard, Miss K a th e r in e Reed, D e a n of th e S t a te College for T e a c h e rs a t Buffalo called on .Mrs. S a r a h Goossen an d dau g h ters Sunday. Mr. a n d M rs. Sidney Lookup a n d M r, and- Mrs. Fred H. Crum atten d e d a b ir thday dinner T h u rsday evening a t th e hom e pf Mr. a n d Mrs. -H arold M a n n in Clyde. „ Mr. an d Mrs. P e ter J. Moose an d Mr! an d M rs. K a r l M o rrison were in G e n e v a for th e b o a t fades S u n d a y afternoon. Mr. a n d Mrs, F r a n c is F r itz of; R o c h e ster called a t t h e hom e o f 1 Mr. and- M fs. H e n ry D a v is S u n ­ day. Mr. and. M rs. E a r l C h a p m a n , an d fam ily*w ere d in n e r .guests: on S u n d a y a t th e hom e of M. B. M orrison. M iss D e lia Goossen is e x p e c ted ; h o m e from Som erville, N. J ., th is T h u rsday for a tw o weeks v a c a ­ tion. Mr. an d M rs, O. D. C r a p e call­ ed orifcfi'iends in F a irport\ a h d R o c h e s ter S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n . ' M r, and M rs, Mffq M o rrison a n d Miss B e tty M o rrison e n jo y - 'ed a trip, t o G rass Point, i n th e A d irondacks T h u r s d a y a n d F r i ­ day an d visited Mr. ,and M rs. R a y V. Shaver an d fam ily w h o h a v e a cam p there. Mi’, and Mrs. Car} R e y n o lds a n d son v i s i t e d ' Mr. a n d Mrs. H a rold Reynolds an d fam ily in W alw o rth S u n d a y afternoon. , P rincipal F. K- M o sher an d Mr. a n d M rs. Jo h n K o o m a n drove to th e scout ca-m-p n e a r Lake P lacid F r id a y to assfst iii bringing hom e t h e M a rion S c o u ts w h o have been on a cam p ing trip. S c o u tm a s ter P h ilip Rey­ nolds proceeded directly to his hom e in S t. L a w rence County. , Mr. an d M rs. F r a n k T a c k an d M r. an d Mrs. T h o m a s W est visit­ ed Miss S a r a h G ttm a n an d M rs, Elsie H ines in Oswego S u n d a y afternoon. Mrs. S. B. C u rtis, M iss M a r­ garet C u rtis, Mrs, M alcolm B rem n e r an d Mrs. C h a rles B e a le were in W e b s ter S a tu r d a y .aft­ ernoon for t h e S e s q u icentennidl parade. -0— -—,— I N M A R I O N PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. M a u rice J. V e rduin, P a s to r 10:30—Divine W o rship. Ser­ m o n th e m e : Of G r e a ter U n d e r standing. ' 11:45— C h u rch School Session. I f th e W eather is favorable th is week, a n d if M a d o n n a Lilies a r e available, Lily S u n d a y will be observed a t th e m o rning w o rship service th is Sunday. SECOND REFORMED CHURCH Cornelius Lepeltak, M inister S u n d a y M o rning W o rship, U:0Q, conducted by t h e Rev. H. Schut. S u n d a y School a t 12:30. T h e delegates to th e M o p touf Falls C o n ference will give th e i r report. Evening W o rship, 8:00, con­ ducted by th e Rev. A. B e n n ink of Paim y ra. Band P rogram Listed For Marion C o n cert M a rion—Following is the pro­ gram fo r t h e b a n d concert t o be given in F ir e m e n ’s P a r k th is S a tu r d a y n ig h t: 1. Am erica, Carey; 2. L u s ts - piel O v e rture, H e lene B e la; 3. C o u rage M a rch, B e n n e tt; 4. A n n e tte W a ltz, B e n n e tt; 5. Laurel M a rch, B e n n e tt; 6. The C reaking Old Miff On th e Creek. Al Lewis; 7. Deep P u r p le, De- R e s e t 8r Ha v a n a -'Serenade, B e n ­ n e tt ; 9. Im p rovem e n t M a rch, B e n n e tt; 10. M aybell W altz, B e n n e tt;, t l . P r o g r e s s M a rch, B e n n e tt; 12. S tar-S p a n g led B a n n e r, Sm ith. F a r m , H o m e Q u e s t i o n B o x Suitihier Plaits ®f F a c u lty . C a rlton B e n tley a n d Mrs. B e n tley h a v e left te join th e D a ltry O p e ra C o m p any With w h ich th e y wfW m a k e a concert to u r o f New E n g land f ollowing rehearsals at W esleyan U n iver­ sity, M iddletown, C o n n . M iss L a u r a Sweeley has left w ith her fam ily to locate in W a p p iiigers F a lls w h e r e she Will tea c h hom e m a k ing n e x t year. She p lan s to a tten d bhe S y r a ­ cuse U n iversity su m m e r school, as do also S tanley Phillips, Miss M ary Farrell an d Miss Stella B a s s e tt. P r incipal F r a n k M osher and K e n n e th W ells w ill study this sum m e r a t C o rnell U n iversity. A m o n g those entered' for sum ­ m e r school a t the U n iversity of R o c h e s ter are M iss Iren e Fol­ le t t e , Mrs, F r a n c e s Young and J. G. Epiey. Miss M a ry Capron w h o 'is-leaving M arion to teach in -Leftoy nevxt y e a r will b e in th e Geneseo sum m e r school.. M iss H e len B lank a n d M iss E d n a L ight will: sp e n d .part o f th e sunirtier a t th e i r R o c h e s ter hom es, a n d b o th expect to do home traveling, Joseph Coco expects to tak e a w e stern trip an d .will sp e n d th e re s t of the tim ei -at his hom e in Fairport. C laude G race a n d h i s fam ily will visit in - C o rning an d P a inted Post at the hom es of Mrs. G race’s.p a r e n t s a n d h is parents. . M iss M a rjorie P lim p to n will be a t home in Avon; J . Phillips Reynolds in C a n to n ; Miss El-ma G o rniel in N u n d a a n d M iss M a u - riel K irsch iii Elba. M rs. Susan W h ite, M rs. Sylvia De May, Miss M abel S m ith and T h e ron F o rbes will spend the sum m e r a t t h e i r M a rion homes. - — -o- ----------- - Eunice Boekhout Named President Of Marion Alumni M a rion— E u n ice B o e k h o u t was elected .president o f the M arion Collegiate In s titu te and Marion High School A lum n i Association a t th e annual dinner last week W e d n e sday. O th e r officers\ chosen w ere; Vice president, C a rl R e y n o lds; MHS secretary, M rs. Gordon Huff; MCI secretary, Lucieii J. Sweezey, an d treasu r e r , -Geral­ dine M cM ullen. \M iss E s ther P e r d u y n p r e s i d e d a t th e dinner. -Lucien J. Swee­ zey expressed welcome to the Class o f 194D a n d M iss G e raldine McMullen responded for the class, M rs. G e o rge B rem n e r sang tw o solos, Miss H ilda C lark of -Newark gave a reading an d H o m e r V a n H a lt entertained w ithrsojigs\ and; stories. P rinci­ pal F r a n k R. M o s h e r also spoke briefly. ------------ o ------------ - GRANGE MEETS THURSDAY M a rlon— T h e re will be a m e e t­ ing of M arion G r a n g e on T h u r s ­ day evening, July 11, a t 7:30 i E S T ). T h e m e e tin g nig h t h a s berin c h a n g e d ow ing to t h e band concerts th a t are being given on S a tu r d a y evenings.. By E. W . M ITCIIELL G e n eral'Elfectric F a r tn E x p e rt Q— My cow is very m u c h bothered by horseflies at th is tim e of the year, a n d - h a s to be kept in the b a r n -most of th e tim e while t h e grass i n th e .pas­ tu r e goes to seed. H o w can I destroy these p e s ts o r w h a t spray can I use to repel them ? A—No fly s p r a y th a t I know of is m u c h good for a repellent for m o re th a n a few m inutes. M ake a th in m u slin b lan k e t for the cow as a fly n e t a n d rub h e r legs an d exposed p a r t s every 2 dr 3 days w ith a rag o r b r u s h m o is tened h i crude petroleum . Q—W here are the ndsts of these flies, in th e g r o u n d or elsewhere? A—T h e re a r e m a n y different kinds of flies an d m o s t of them breed in m a n u re o r filth Of som e sort. I suspect these are .the “Ox W arble” fly a n a th e y live in the cow.. The eggs are licked off the h a ir of t h e legs a n d in the course o f th e y e a r w o rk from the stom a c h , th r o u g h th e tis ­ sues and finally em e rge as big grubs ftotri th e ridge of the back. B r u s h ing th e legs an d chest every th r e e or fo u r days w ith crude oil o r kerosene kills the eggs before th e cow gets a chance to sw allow them . Q—W h a t Is t h e re n t a l o f .good soli per acre? A—W h a tever you can g e t— roughly, I would say $5.00 ’ an acre is about rig h t fo r fairly good crop land, Q—W h a t w ill keep grass from growing in g r a v e l w a lk and drivew ay? A—B u r n • i t off periodically with, a fire to r c h Or spray of weed kllfer a n d apply cran k case oil, sodium c h lo r a te o r calcium chlorate onCe In a While. Q—I have a h excellent G u e r n ­ sey cow, e n titled to registry, and giving 50 p o u n d s o f arndlk per day. I w a n ted to keep h e r calf w h e n sh e fresheped, b u t she h a d tw ins, b o t h heifers. I s it tru e th a t tw in chives do not m a k e good cows? A—No. Twin heifers are all right and so a r e tw in bulls, b u t when one is a -bull a n d t h e other a h e if e r , the h e if e r is nearly alw ays sterile an d called a free m a r tin . Keep your tw in heifers. Q—D o you have inform a tion on electric fly trap s , electric screens, etc. W h a t d o you th in k the m o s t practical? A—T h a t depends o n w h a t you w a n t to tra p an d Where you w a n t to s e t it, ju s t like an y other k in d of trapping. T h e screens are b e tt e r fo r a window or d o o r in to th e kitch e n , barn, or m ilk house Where flies seek to e n t e r . T h e trap s a r e be’tter to h a n g ou tsid e w h e re one w a n ts to h ir e insects an d kill them so they d o n o t g a th e r around a porch lig h t or a t t a c k crops you w a n t to p r o tect, 10 YEAR$ AGO July 4, 1930 M iss H e len GOdssen / left M o n treal T h u r s d a y to spend two m o n ths abroad.’ T h e S a t u r d a y evening band concerts -begin Ju l y 12, spon­ sored by th e m e r c h a n ts of M a r­ ion. R o llo D, C u rtis, 73, died June 27. M r. a n d M rs, C h a rles H o d g es are m o v ing to Hicksville, L. I. S u n d a y School a t th e B a p tist C h u rch is scheduled fo r 9:45 a. m. to be followed by th e p r e a c h ­ ing service through Ju ly and August. \T h e life of t h e n a tio n lies in the h a n d o f t h e housew ife\ is an old, B a v a rian proverb. 20 YEARS AGO July 2, . 1920 .Harry N. H a m m o n d succeeds C. Q . S a n f o r d o n th e ru r a l m a ll route, No. 1. Rev. F . L. Cook Is t n charge of the two churches a t R e e d ’sjC o r- ners. , , 1 M iss M ina G o o s sen gives a group o f readings- a t th e P r e s ­ byterian C h u r c h th is evening. H a r r y S. C a r p e n ter is c h a ir ­ m a n of th e com m ittee in charge of a county S.S. -Field D a y a t So­ dus P b int. M inerva Allen a n d R a lp h H. F u ller will be m a r r ied Ju iy 5. 30 YEARS AGO July 8, 1910 Rev. P. Ih r m a n of M aurice, Iowa, h a s accepted a call to t h e Second R e form e d C h u rch. T h e b a r n s on th e Jo h n G o o s- sen fa r m were b u r n e d l a s t week. Two carloads of .people, from N e w a rk cam e b y tra i n to spend -the F o u r t h in M a rion. A r t h u r W a ts o n o f B rooklyn visited school frien d s in M a r ­ ion l a s t week. Rev. a n d M rs. G e o rge B o rden of O k lahom a were gu e s ts of Mrs. A. Heston- over S u n d a y . M rs. W. H. Joyce a n d tw o children o f New B a ltim o re are spending a few w e eks w ith rela­ tives in M a rion. 40 YEARS AGO Ju ly 7, 1900 O. P e rry D a v is w a s in O m a h a last _ w eek. W. w . B u rbank is spending th is week in New Y o rk C ity an d F ishkill-on-the-H u d s o n . T. _M. .Clark_now Sends. A sh- wood, th e guideless w o n d e r, ■ a m ile on th e trac k in fuli h a r ­ ness an d h itc h e d to a bicycle' sulky, w ithout a drives*. -=■ Rev. F . W. Cliffe o f A b e rdeen, S o u th D a k o ta, visited friends i n tow n la s t week. Fairvilie now h a s a sm a ll p a ­ per published m o n thly. 50 YEARS AGO Ju ly 6, 1890 Elm e r G . F r a il o f F r a n k lin , D e law a re Co., h a s been engaged as principal of M. C. I. for th e com ing year. Dr. D a n iel R ich a r d s took a n u m b e r o f iadies for a pleasure ride to th e l a k e T u e s d a y . A Horse T r o tte r s ’ A ssociation h a s b e e n ' - organized a n d grounds ’fo r a driving p a r k have been leased o f B. D. D avis. Offi­ cers a r e : Pres., T. M. C lark; sec­ re tary , Joseph C. R ich ; tre a s ­ u r e r, A lden P . W illiam s. D u ring th e h e a v y show e r W ednesday aftern o o n , a m in ia ­ tu r e cyclone m o v ed L. N. W a r n ­ e r ’s new house ab o u t a foot on th e foundation. T h e chim n e y a n d p a r t of th e roof w e fe tw ist­ ed off. ANNUAL SCHOOL MEET M a rion—T h e a n n u a l school m e e ting of D istrict No. 1, Mar-* ion occurs in th e school audi­ to r iu m T u e s d a y evening, July 9, a t 8 o’clock (DSTi. A trustee will be elected t o succeed Elm e r D. M o rrison an d th e budget fo r th e y e a r will be presented, ; -------- : O- ------- U , Television Sets T h e re are now n e a r ly 2,000 television sets in 'hom e s in th e New Y o rk area. W . R a y C o n v e r s e ATTORNEY A T -L A W - F i r s t N a tional B a tik M a rion, N. Y. H o u rs: 2-5 W e d n e sday of each-w e e k A n n u a l D i s t r i c t M e e t i n g Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the qttahfied voters of Marion Central Rural School, District .No. 1 of Marion, New York, will be held lit the High School Auditorium Tuesday Evening, July 9, 1940 A T 8 O ’C L O C K ( D . S . T . ) A trustee will be elected tb succeed E. D. Morrison, whose term of office expires. A budget will fee pre­ sented for the ensuing year apd sUch other business trans­ acted as iriay properly come befpre'the meeting. D a t e d Ju n e 10, 1 9 4 0 Board of Bduc&tion BUY SELL RENT SW A P A FREE TICKET TO SCHINE'S CAPITOL Com ing to CAPITOL TUE. an d WED., JULY 9-10 w i t h D O N A M C C H E E U G E N I E L E 0 N T 0 V I C H M uy Beth HUGHES • Alan CURTIS • Geo. ERNEST LOOK FO R YOUR NAME A Capitol T h e a tr e tick e t J s yours-*-if your nam e is one of the five nam e s hidden am o n g t h e Classi*- fled Ads today — or you m a y u s e ’ t h e tick e t to r an y show during balance of this week. Call to r your tick e t a t U n ion- G a z e tte office. CLASSIFIED RATES 2 cents a word p e r insertion. M inim u m 25. c ents, Telephone Want Advertisements to 710 John Ameele,, l&arion MISCELLANEOUS WANTED — D isabled, h e a lth? horses. H u m a n e ly disposed of. W ayne M ink R a n ch, M a rion, N. Y. Phone 10-F-3. e31-tf P r . H a rold W a lters, N ewark BEANS W A N T E D -A n y a n d all kinds. W rite an d tell me- w h a t kindand q u a n tityyou have a n d I will ta i l . 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