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EIGHT NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE!. THURSDAY, JULY I I, 1940 W-* TOLD After Vows W ere Said Here IN LOVELY , M enke—V a n d e rbrook N e w a rk--In a lovely wedding cerem o n y on S a turday. July 6 . 1940, at 9 a fn. in St. M ichael's C h u rch here. Miss G e rtrude V a n d erbrook. dau g h ter of Mr. an d Mrs. C h a rles Y.ar.dei.brook of Newark becam e tlie t>nde of R ichard M enke. ot 5o‘ Park Avenue, M edina, .-on of Mr, Jo h n M eiike of 501 Park Avenue, M edina. N Y The Rev. J. J. G a n e y officiated T h e church -\ was. decorated with delphinium , heliOpsiSi aiid S h a s ta Daisies. The bride, who was given in m a rriage by h e r brother. C lar- enqe.,V a n d e rbrook, of Newark. Was gowned in w h ite velvray m a rquisette w ith a -houlder len g th veil, and a halo. She carried a pendant bouquet of gardenias, witli -tit-.unrr- of B ristol Fairy G.v p-oplnTa. Miss E thel Strom b e rg ot Os­ sining. N. Y . maid^ of lioriur. chose a gown, .of .b lu e - w lvray- ■ m a r q u isette with sh o u lder veil a n d halo. She eam rd_ a p e n d a n t j bouquet of yellow sp u m - li Irish. | D e lphinium . an d B ristol _-Fairy-'' G y p soph.ia. ,\lr.- Vfrt >r De- ' W eaver of .214 Muuie St . New­ ark. sister of the bride was bridesm a id, and was gow n ed in pink, in th e .-.'une -tyle a- the m aid of honor, aiid carried the sam e kind ot bouquet Robert M enke of M e d ina, b r o t h e r of the bridegroom , was best m an. U shers were Joseph M enke. of M e d ina, an d Jo h n Menke., of. N iagara Falls, N. Y . b io th e r s of th e bridegroom . , The mothVr oi the bride Wus ■gowned in navy blue sheer crepe, with white accessories, a n d a corsage of old fashioned flowers. I •During th e church cerem o n y . I Jam e s M enke. brothei of the : bridegroom saog S c h u b e r t's i “Ave M a r ia'1. j . Following, the cerem o n y a 10:30 b r e a k f a - t was served at ; Newark C o u n try Ciub A diref. | “I Love You Truly\ w as sung i by the bro th e r - of th e bride- | groom, Jann.- and Robert ■Menke. a t th e tueakfa-t. .O u t- o f - to w n m ie-t' wete present at th e cerem o n y from K ingston. N Y \V« -I'iit Id. . H e rkim e r, N. Y.. A u t u w r . N Y . Buffalo. V.clor, aiid M tdiua T h e young couple' ;ett (in a Personals Of Newark ■luring Th« W eek I’luiici # a n d h . n t j f u . \ i n ' s Shown followimsr wedding ceremony here last Saturday are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Menke. Mrs. Menke is former Miss Gertrude Vanderbrook. Syracusan Weds Miss Tierson in Ceremony Here Burt—Tierson N e w a rk- In a ceremony p e r ­ form e d on Friday. July 5, 1940, a t 7:30 p. m. a t the M ethodist parsonage, MLs Susie C. T ier­ son. th e d a u g h ter of Mr. and . M rs. W illiam C. T ierson of New­ ark. R D , and Elbert. E. B u rt , o f Syracuse, son of Mr. and Mrs. E lbert B B u rt of Syracuse were u n ited in m a r.rage. T h e Rev. Frederick M a u n d e r p e r ­ fo r a ted th e eeitm o tiy. T h e bride was gowned in wedding trip through th e Adi- rondacks and the New E n g lan d • du--:ty pm k silk crepe with, a j bride.. States. Upon th e ir re tu r n they j Sor/ a | f ° f r? T r0SCS ^ P a r ‘ will m a k e th e ir hom e at 507 of Syracuse, sister of Park Avenue. M .d.na, a f te r *h/ _ ^ ndl gJ oom and mald Sept 1 T h e br.dt a gr.id.i.ili of Newark High. Sct.yu. au d C o r t­ land Norm al School The bride-\j groom is a graduate ers. W illiam B a r k e r of Buffalo was best m a n . Following th e cerem o n y , d i n ­ ner was. served a t T.uyne’s f o r ! th e bridal party. A reception I followed a t w h ich guests w e r e ! present from B u ffalo. G o o p ers- ! tow n . B a tavia. M a rion, and S o ­ dus. T h e couple left on a w e d d ing trip tb Cooperstowri. Upon th e ir re tu r n they will reside at 218 H e rm a n S t„ Buffalo. The brid» is a form e r N ew ark girl. Mr. and Mas G e o rge H y m a n of M arion and M rs Ray H o u g h - talin g an d d a u g h ter. M a r g a r e t I E lizabeth of Sodus a tten d e d th e j wedding. Mrs. H y m a n an d M rs. B o u g h taiin g a r e sisters of th e (C o n tinued from Pag© Severn) Miss Alicia P a r k e r e n te r ­ tained a t a picnic S u n d a y a f t ­ ernoon a t .Chirtmey B luff, Mr. an d Mrs. .Henry L. Cum m ings of G race Avenue will have as th e ir din n e r guests on, Friday ev.enffig, M r. an d M rs.' William. W ilder, -Jr., of R o c h ester. Mr. C h a rles H. U tter o f G r a n t St. left Tuesday nig h t for Carrol), Iowa, on a busi­ ness trip. H e expects to ,be gone th r e e weeks. i M r. and Mrs. E r n e s t JEmond : of Lyons R o a d , .spent- la s t week in O ttaw a , C a n a d a , visit­ ing Mr- Eniond's p a r e n ts, M r, an d Mrs. Jo h n Deys. Mrs. Ella Rice s p e n t M o n d a y w ith Mr. and Mrs. G. PI. M ilter in W illiam son. Mrs. F r a n k M u ir of Syracuse is visiting her sister, M rs; E d ­ w a rd Doane of W est U n ion St, Mrs. Ella Lyke, w h o h a s been ill for several m o n ths, a t tier hom e on N o rth M a in St.. is m u c h im p roved, alth o u g h confined to a wheel ch.alr, Mrs. M aude Brill, of L a n d o n Avenue, who has been iii for several weeks, has retu r n e d to h e r duties a t S t u a r t ’s. Mrs. Stanley Allen, w h o u n ­ derw e n t an operation- a t New­ ark H o spital recently, is re ­ ported to be rapidly im p rov­ ing. Abe B ruinix and fam ily of G r a n d R a p ids, M ich., spent p a r t of th e week visiting rela­ tives a n d friends in Newark, Mrs. G a r r e tt D e B ruyne, who has -been ill a t h e r hom e on M y rtle Ave. for some tim e , is able to be o u t again. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S a n ford a n d d a u g h ter, A n n P a r k e r , of O n e ida, have been visiting Mrs. S a n f o r d 's p a r e n ts, M r. a n d Mrs, H a rry W. P a r k e r , o f E a s t M iller. St. a t th e i r cot­ tage a t Sodus Point. M iss Vivian V a n O s tr a n d of A k ron, O h io, sp e n t th e holi­ day w e e k -end w ith h e r p a r ­ en ts, M r. an d Mrs. B. A. Van O s tr a n d of Van D u sen S t. M rs, F r a n k lin W erts -of Prospect St. an d M rs. H a rold M cClellan of A rcadia e n te r ­ tain e d a t a law n p a r ty an d show e r last week a t the hom e of M rs. W e rts in h o n o r of Miss G e rtrude Vancierbropk. G u e sts w e re Miss T h e lm a Allen of Lyohs, Mrs. C h a rles M cClellan, Mr,s. F r a n k Reeves,. ■Mrs. Jam e s H o lland, M rs, Vic­ to r Deianey, M rs. V a n d erbrook, Mrs. Howard C a m b ier a n d Mrs. H o w ard Lyon. M rs. R a y m o n d Reeves of W est Union St. spent M o n d ay of th is week in Rochester. Mrs. E linor Roderick an d daughter, M arilou, of S y r a ­ cuse, arrived yesterday to visit h e r sister, Mrs. M errill R ight- m y er, a t Sodus P o int,, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. T racy Tryon. an d son. D e an of C o r tland sp e n t the holiday w e e k -end With Mrs. T ryon’s p a r e n ts, M r, and Mrs. H e rbert G a r r e t t of G race Avenue. ’ Miss Pauline M ichelsen, Miss K a therine: Hoyt, M iss G e r ­ tru d e Sauers an d Paul Sauers of R o c h e ster, an d Miss G ifford N a sh of New Y o rk City sp e n t. I S u n d a y as the guests o f Mr. an d M rs, C h a rles C, M ichelsen j of Fairville Road. ! Mr. and Mrs. E r n e s t Em o n d | and Mr.. an d M rs. Jo h n Deys j sp e n t T h u rsday evening o f , l a s t week in R o c h e s ter. i ] Mr, and Mrs. W ayne W ell- I wood of Fulton called on th e i r ! au n t, Mrs, Ella Rice on S a t- l urday. M rs. George R . Feller o f M a- I son St. a tt e n d e d th e W ayne ; C o u n ty R e p u b lican C o m m it­ tee m e e ting a t the C o u n ty ! C o u rthouse in Lyons last week t F r id a y , as a delegate. M rs. N e ttie H u n t an d d a u g h ­ ter, S h irley, M iss N ina W il­ kins, Mrs. Je.an Crocco and d a u g h ter, G ilda, of Roche'Ster, an d Mr. an d M rs. Lew is. Frozyk of A u b u rn visited Mr. an d Mrs. D e n n is H o b e rt of Fairville on Sunday: M iss C a rrie S c h w a rtz of W e st U n ion S t. spent the F o u r t h of July an d th e week­ end a s the guest of her sister. Mrs. C h a r les C. M ichelsen, of F a irville Road. Mr. and Mrs. H e n ry ,L. Cum ­ m ings of G race Avenue -have re tu r n e d hom e a f te r spending th e w e e k -end ,at T u p p e r Lake in th e A d irondacks. and Mrs. R o b e rt K ay- of honor, cha-e a gown cf white ,• sh.»rk«km w:th <4 corsage of , red i roses H a rold Tter.soh of Newark b r o t h e r o f the .brtde, Was best ,f M e d ina m ? Tn „ . Upon th e ir retu r n from a w e d d ing trip to Oneida Lake. th e young rouple plan to m ake th e i r hom e in Syracuse T h e bridegroom is a graduate o f V o c ational High School in Syracuse 0 :---- H igh School P r e n u p tia l funcl.oi.s inc.uded a dessert-b:,d:L ...nd kitchen show er a t th e N ew ark C o u n try Club given by Mr-. V ictor De- W eaver an d Mr.- C larence V a n ­ derbrook, a lunchtor. an d bridge a t M e d ina by M r s M ary M enke an d Mrs. R o b e rt M e n k e . a p e r - i i j CC 1 TV/I 1 1 7 J Sonal shower at N iagara F a lls by O U I t a l O M a i l W e C I S Mrs. J a m e s M e n k e ; a d in n e r an d l crystal show e r a t Four C h im - 1 neys by M:s- E thel S trom b e rg \ a n d Miss M arion G ratr.ick. a 'v a r ie ty show er in M e d ina by the , Girl Scout L e a d e r s .'a b a th r o o m I show er in M edina, by M i s s ; Eleanor Tugwood, a d in n e r a t , N iagara Fails by Mrs. Jo h n j M enke; a variety show er ;n Me- . d in a by Mrs.- Joseph M e n k e ; 1 and a law n p a r ty and show e r m Newark, by M rs H a rold M c C lel­ lan and Mrs F ranklin W erts. a t ( f940 *n th® Sojith P a rk U n ited Miss Ethel Horn, Former Resident Lippit— Horn N ew ark Miss Ethel Mae H o rn, d a u g h ter of E. J. Horn of N e w a rk, and George Lippit. son of M r a n d Mrs. R W. Lippit of Buffalo, were m a rried in Buffalo at 7 30 p m Friday. June 28. th e hom e of M rs Wert.- M o torcyc.es are appearing in Stockholm w ith tan k - at the back which Kenrratr- the eas for running C h a rcoal ,s bem e used for the cycies and ah o for a u to ­ mobiles because of the re s t r ic ­ tions of gasoline to l h e needs of the G o v e rnm ent P r e s b y terian C h u rch .The Rev P a r k e r E Rose of Buffalo offi­ ciated T h e bride was gowned in a w h ite silk suit, w h ite halo h a t. w ith a short veil, and a corsage of roses Miss Olive Rose, of B u ffalo, the m a id of honor, chose a yellow silk suit w ith yellow halo h a t. an d a corsage of yellow roses and mixed flow- Men’s SUITS and . Beautifully Cleaned and Pressed Economy and De Luxe 49c 75c, - CLEANERS \W h ere th e C h a rm of Newness is R e stored\ W E C A L L A N D DELIVER p h o n e 3 5 9 1 5 3 N . M ain S t , Newark 1 0 0 % WOOL BLANKETS in sp ite of rising costs ... . th e sam e low 1939 price! Fluffy, virgin w o o l! L o v e ly solid colors— b o th deep- tones a n d pastels! R ich binding of 4 \ ray o n satin! Size 7 2 ” x 84” ! Y o u m u st s e e these, to believe them ! Plaid All Wool! BLANKETS .90 WARMTH AND BEAUTY UNSURPASSED AT T H IS PRICE'. N o t tes- th a n 2 5 % wool! Rich colors! Jacquards! Size 72\ x 84\ 4' rayon sa tin binding! 3 .9 8 Soft, s p r i n g y w o o l ! F i r m , s t r o n g under­ w eave for d u r ­ ability! 5” rayon s a t i n binding. Luscious colors.! 6 ea. BAH HARBOR P u r e Wool! Solid Color! You and Your Family Should Have the Best ! It costs no more I Jersey l U f f l J f G u e rnsey TRY OUR NEW CHOCOLATE MILK QUALITY DAIRY HAROLD C. WELCHER P h o n e 22-F-2 A coast - to - c o a st favorite! M o t h ­ p r o o f e d . E x t r a large size 80 x 90! J* P l x , I u h u i w it li i V n n e y t s 9 .90 ea. Light-asra-Cloud CO M F O R T E R Sleek rayon -taf­ feta' D o w n -fill­ ed 1 M o th - r e s ist­ ing! 72' x 8 4 ” cu t size.' Low priced ! - Distinctive! Durable! H a n rl p l a i d s ! J a c - PLAID BLANKETS N o t less th a n 5% ^ A o WOol! 4\ sateen 1 * v ® binding! Pastels! I ©a . Inexpensive! Hard-to-Equal Values! .98 S o ft nap! Strong weave! R a y o n t a f ­ fe ta binding! 25% Wool! ea. Wool Filled Comforters • TELEPHONE. 7|(jl field, of R o c h e s ter, who spent last week in New Y o rk City an d a t th e New York W o rld's F a i r , retu r n e d S a tu r d a y , and. were w e e k -end guests: of Mrs. R a y field’s p a r e n ts, M r. and MrS. H a rry W. P a r k e r of. E a s t M iller S t. a t their- cottage a t S o d u s Point. M iss Sally !V'anMort,el an d Mr. E d w a rd Cowles, C lara Bell C h rysler an d M r. Joe DeCook sp e n t th e F o u r th of July a t C rystal B e a c h an d N iagara Falls. Mr.. an d Mrs: R a y m o n d M u th re tu r n e d T u e s d a y eve­ ning from th e i r w e d d ing trip , a cruise th e G r e a t Lakes. Thyy are m a k in g th e ir hom e oh E a s t Avenue. M r, a n d M rs. B, A. V a n Os- tra n d a n d d a u g h te r , Vivian, a n d son,. Dean-, o f V a n D u sen S t. a tten d e d the reception for 'Dr. a n d M rs. Nornvan T h e t- fofd of B rooklyn on F riday evening, J u ly 5, a t t h e hom e of Supervisor a n d M rs. S a n ford M. Y o u n g in P a lm y r a . Dr. an d Mrs. T h e tf o r d will sail on F riday, July )2, for th e ir new hom e -in th e V irgin Islands. M iss F r e d e ricka V an E tteri of B rooklyn w a s - t h e guest last week of M rs. C. D. Reeves of E a s t M iller St. M iss Nellie Downs, Miss K a th e r in e H ines, Miss M ary H ines of C o lton Ave., Mrs. M a r g a r e t Howley ' and Miss C a rolyn Howley of H igh St. spent Sunday In Cazenovia. ’M rs. R a y n o r M. -Holmes of M iller. M a n o r, W est M iller St., sp e n t T u e s d a y an a W ed­ nesday of th is week -in S y r a ­ cuse. M rs, Viola Johnson, ■ who ..has been carin g for her m o ther, Mi's. E lla' -Lyke ,1 fo r several m o n ths, r e tu r n e d M o n ­ day to h e r duties a t S tu a r t's. . M rs. E d m o n d T. H e sser and son, D a lq T h o m a s, have re­ turned: to. th e ir hom e on C h u rch St. from th e G e n e r a l Hospital in R o c h e s ter, M r. a n d M rs. F r e e m a n T a c k of P e irson Avenue e n te r ta i n e d Mr. -and Mrs. a n d fam ily oil Rwihestpr''’011^ th e w e e k -end. 0Vei h- m the o l accepted a position ffge of th e Newark Courier. ,-.i gijC1 f. • Ji Take A d v a n tage of the ENTIRE WASHING 8c IRONING (Except Wearing Apparel) tb. Only a sm a ll c h a r g e for H a n d I r o n i n g w e a ring apparel.. YOU TIME, LABOR, to let I t ’s re a l ' T h r if t ... .„ Stott-’s do t h e family Wash, in g a t less t h a n home cost Arid it’s a th r il l to know i th a t th e y dp i t better than ’ you possibly could . .. 0J ! 9c a pound for entire W a s h ing a n d Ironing tcx- cep t w e a ring apparel i. LAUNDERERS 8c DRY |CLEANERS| Phone Newark 645 or 646 On their first trip to an A&P Super Market, many -women are amazed at our down-to- earth prices . . . like getting custom-made frocks at ready-to-wear prices! But our prices are np miracles . . . simply the results of a commonsense policy 80 years old. We buy direct, do .away with many in-between profits and handling charges, shun credit lbssCs and' delivery expenses, make big savings, share them with you! That’s why you pay so little for all these good things to etftl - - - . , 25c Hormel Spam Party Loaf m«ai product Corned Beef Potted Meats 2 Ann Page Beans AnnPageGclalinDesserfci^ . t r \ r * O p a r K l e Puddings, 1 » Cr«*m Wix 4 pk9* I \ J C 12 oz can 12 oz can No H cans I7C IOc Tuna Flakes Nc°aMlc| Pink Salmon Celd S‘,,,m 2 c',”-,29c I Sardines 2 if Grab Meat •« . t? 22c| ib can 5 C Spaghetti prepared _ prepared Peanut Butter cans •% Ib 25c 25c TEA ROLLS »?9,5C LAYER CAKES .. 29 c J - V A th» new IboCo pure hydrogen- +%■ Ib O C A v • - eted vegetable shortening O can Baking Powder pa\g. 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F R E S H W H I T E F I S H SiltiV h 2 5 * H A D D O C K F I L L E T S R E D F I S H F I L L E T S J U M B O S H R I M P Jh.i'- p r ' ' : iPlK IAI. TO t ■Wi'lniigtcn, outcomi ,J . initial cai . pirty win P „• a clarific .. .. p.-licy a f tl \ J ,n-bable m •i our -n: the rest , the bei need obs affairs. Tii, war iri El v t ’iit thr.e: ■ this piith-t tlie at Americi [hi'.rli toward ■tlier natii in, , pee Andr Ii..::lc of -Nei tlie VVar ,-iilarI-y tr.u. -t people ,oi ; :..t\e aiws .-. eonsciou . an those .- .Hid th e P iiilrring, 1 .n tt-jap a n : .; of a cei . Washir r : r s toil Iyii . tue.s and ,■ :.;nc to loo - in- interna ■ 0:1 In... Ir...- l a . . tiuug. wl tea .cd an pffl't pi.p.i--anent. rece \iuerioan-s ■■ Doctrin tt.s meanir. ilian ever I'p-in the S t a t ion;: ,»r view., ou: America a tr vital lit : relatiotfs ear. -p.rwer. Re iun; lie outcome 'a-r war. t h e f ta:. .1 of Germ: htliii iire in Lati ham- and th e i is deterr eiiitiv.ati -a ith Cent: i.-a th a t the .•■n.K’e t o ou - ,>11 this Ht point of -there i -mut'oii 110 n a, tween the ilrical cam, I::;..-.: tl, uf O p p n sitio T-tio -c who ha ■1 :eful Wat .-.ni-nt a.s - are fra ip rise a t t: 1 uppiisitior iictenw pre - aulhorizee m ade i i;;d Air Gor ninths alre \ 01111011 do .; of anothi i- -pent beh •neean\ na -■ tense o f th fn li, au.sphere is •■ ■ has beet prirtest. p '-•ui from 1 although program \ lrr-i increase in, jt-D IW; billions h • :rd for adc there a r e ci ,v ho are e -n for pfoe |rrr. e r.rnU is mo team ahead. |ua .' great coil >4 Mr. Will if ze of proc #.e assistant: ■■ •! him self w - - industr: t tn high-spe • and- effeeti ' 01 do it. 'here is qut |h r t h e r the •urn have j \ aids J.ust wi d i-tn a lists t the head: iu r tm e n ts h - id signal. -d to be m . -e Army. Th 1 of 'a mec • ets resistam - luuher-tip ■ le-tions. .as I ’■••on of ,ts '''■ a.titi-airci - are said t ■re |lanil,iriii7ation Pr 1 T 1 tTnrt t-o red 'vpe.s of mil -■r six. am tai the Nav 1 .'atne typt is said 1 ■■ ’ a n d extet the ma: era ft an d e I to be prc MLATS a FtSH • FRUITS & VEGETAhLtS - GROCERIES • BAKFRV - -‘ still c to whs ■ for inc ■f the qupsti \ ervire • \ or oth urn Step g r e a t 1: ■- d avia be ne r- posed- a asm s - ment no •t‘g aheat

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