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EIGHT NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1940 TELEPHONE 7 io (BUY SELL RENT SWAP C L A S S IFIE D R A T E S 2 ,cents a w o rd p e r insertion. •., ' M inim u m 25 cents. ° T e lep h o n e W a n t A d v e r tisem e n ts « to 7 1 0 — PLUS— \WAY OP ALL FLESH ” w ith Akim Tam iroff LOOK FOR. YOUR NAME A C a p itol T h e a tr e ticket is yerarS—if your n a m e is one of the five nam e s hidden am o n g th e C lassi- ■ fied Ads today — or you m a y use th e ticket tax an y show during balance of this week. C a ll fo r y o u r tick e t a t U m o rj- G a z e tte office. ^ BABY CHICKS R a y m o n d S k inner an d - gra . ................... daughter. F r a n c e s Louise Wilsori M r an d M rs . B a r r y flaihm o n d of, W a terport. Mf. an d M r s . ! And Mi-, an d Mrs. Wesley P r a tt. E v e rett Vande W alie, Mr, an d j o f Seneca Falls spent Sunday, Mrs. O. A. P r a t t, M r an d M « s .; J u ly 7, w ith Mrs. M abel Van John W ard and son R a y m o n d . Mrs. R a y m o n d W right and daughter, J e a n , of N e w a rk spent ; Sunday w ith M r. an d M rs. Ab­ ram Fisher. _ Mr. and Mrs. T r u m a n W ilson recently e n te r ta in e d h is sister and husband. Mr. an d Mrs. George- B risbane of H a stings. Mich. Mrs. Mary- Verdow of. W illiam ­ son h a s been, stay in g several weeks w ith M rs, S u s a n B e n ton Mrs. F r e d R. S m ith, w h o has; been a p a tie n t for tw o weeks in the Clifton Springs sa n i ta r i u m , has retu r n e d to her hom e in Marion. Mr and Mrs. J G Epley were in Ith a c a S u n d a y aftern o o n a n d called on Mrs. K e n n e th W tos and fettle son P e ter. Mr. a n d Mrs. . Caql W h eeler a n d daughter, Jo a n n e , of Cov­ ington, Pa., were guests W e d ­ nesday an d T h u rsday of Rev. and M rs. John J . B a k e r. Mr. an d Mrs. L e s te r ffeyil. Aim, E d w a rd a n d D o n a ld Allen left S a tu r d a y evening for New Y o rk City an d th e W o rld’s F a ir. They ,will also vi'sit relatives in New Jersey. Mrs. M ay L o o k u p Was a guest over the w e e k -end of Mi', and Mrs, E a rl G e e r an d fam ily in Palm y ra: Miss Lucille Rogers. M rs. M ary / j u s . u .., t v u.. i CIEEX—Y o u n g 's an d C h risty : New H a m p s h ir e R e d s an d i P o r t e r ’s W h ite L e g h o r n s ; blood, te s te d ; b r e d fo r pro d u c tio n , size a n d color o f egg. R e a s o n ­ a b ly priced. Specials a t 4c. 5 . B . F n e s , H a t c h e r and B r e e d e r , 534 V ienna St., P a l- in y r a , N. Y . Phone 69-R. u 6 - t f AUtO PAINTING M r. and- M rs. . D o n a ld - B a k e r and. Mis.* Alma W hiddeii of AUenwood. Pa . were guests over S u n d a y at th e home of Rev, Jo h n J. B a k e r - Miss F r a n c e s Louise Wilson, who sp e n t -last week with her g r a n d p a r e n ts, Mr. and Mrs. R. B, Skinner., retu r n e d Sunday w ith h e r p a r e n ts to W a te rport D o n a ld Allen was. a giiest over F riday and S a turday of W ftrren N ichols i n So'dns. M r aiid M rs. M a u rice Higbie Of H u h b a rdsvifie, Mrs. R o land Lcischer an d -tw o children. Bobby and. M ary Jane of Sm y rna are guests this week of th e ir au n t. Mrs. A L. D e an and Mr., Deah'. At the recent 56th reunion of the Sanford-C o ry fam ily in P a l­ m y ra. F red S a n ford of Marion Was elected president and Albert Snvfier oi N e w a rk, vice-presi­ dent. Jam e s D e a n celebrated his te n t h b ir th d a y Friday. July 12. w ith a fam ily dinner p a r ty at his hom e. ■ _ m t -a n d Mrs. Lloyd “Hollister and daughter. R u th, spent T h u rsday w ith th e ir cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Retnscffeid and fam ily in R o c h e ster. They also called oil Edwin C o rnish at the R o c h e s ter F riendly Home. Mr. Cornish, who is 94 years Of age one-e lived a.t t h e U p p e r Corners m M a rion. He h a s been a resi­ dent of th e F riendly Home for seven years a n d - d u ring th a t tim e has read his Bible through six tim e s. Mr. and Mrs. E. D W illiamson atten d e d th e cen ten n ial celo- j Nicol hr W a s h ington. D._ € .. j A. Davis, b r a tio n a t P a r m a ’Corners S a t - ' ‘ay ~ u r d a y and were guests on S u n ­ day o f M r an d M rs' B e n jam in M a rks in H ilton. , A son. P e ter S e h u tt Wells was /b o r n to Mr, and Mrs. K e n n e th ID. Wells. M o n d a y . July 8. at the 'T o m p k in s M e m o rial H o spital in Ith a c a T h e following girls, chaperon­ ed by M rs. C. R. C u rtis spent last week a t p u t t i e ’s C o ttage on- S a n d P o in t: Shirley Ham fnond. L o r e t t a M u rphy, P a tr ic ia W hite. G e n evieve V a n d e rstine, T h e lm a N o rtier. B e tty S m ith . Anne Nevik M rs C u r tis rem a ined at' th e co ttag e for th is Week a n d h a d as her guests the_ first of the week ■ C hircky\ .Curtis a n d V ir­ ginia R a d ley an d over M o n d ay nig h t. Mrs. H. J. R a d ley and Nancy- Allen.. — M rs Jo h n W ard whs p l e a s a n t­ ly su r p r is e d on h e r birth d a y Ju iy 4th. b y h e r children, in - B u r e n St h e r sum m er h o m e n e a r Syra'cuse. — M iss'Louise Shaales and Miss R u th, Tellier spent. Tuesday w ith Miss Frailties A rthur a t K e u k a ; College.' M iss Glen Russell of Hyde P a r k , Mass., and Mi.ss Joyce i R u ssell of -W illiam s o n were in M a rion T u e s d a y m aking, a r ­ rangem e n ts - for th e R u ssell re­ u n io n to be h e ld in M a rion 11. Sixteen, m e m b e rs ;of the P r e s ­ b y terian H e lp U C lass w ith th e ir ch iid r e n enjoyed g delightful ■picnic a t th e sum m er hofne of M rs. L. W. B radley a t G a tes L a n d ing On Lake O n tario on T u e s d a y . Mrs. Hugh M erson of NeW Y o rk C ity is s p e n d ing this.w .eek With h e r p a r e n ts, Mr. afid Mrs. F r e d 5R. Sittith. M rs. Ellen G a rlock K n o x .. o f M iddletown., h a s been visi'tih*' Mrs. Donald. W r ight in C a r th a g e ■And is now- visiting at t h e homes- of M rs. Nellie G arlock grid A lbert G a rlock i n M arion. T h e a n n u a l picnic of [the p a s t m a tr o n s of R ichards /(Chapter, O.E.S— w ith th e ir hu&bafidk as guests, will be held th is (T h u rs­ day i afternoon a t the hom e of Mrs. Bessie C lark. Mr. an d M rs. W a lter E, Payne, 'M r. .and -Mrs. F A. DeVoll arid Mr. an d Mrs. W allace Lockwobd New Physicd Ed teacher Offered j MArioii Qbtttr&ct Marion’s Past in Review MAridn—At, a m eeting of the M a rion C e n tr a l School B o a rd of E d u c a tion last Tuesday evening it .was voted to offer a c o n tr a c t tp C a rleton A. 'Tarbell o f F ree- ville, N. Y , as teacher o f physi­ cal education and coach of th e ath letic team s for the school- y e a r 1940-1941. Mr, Tarbell g r a d u a ted from Ith a c a College in June w ith th e desree B a c h e lor of Science. , D u ring his college course T a r - ' iell did p r a c tice teaching in the . lem e n tary Schools of I t h a c a 1 .and' in W a shington High School-; -ib R o c h ester. He is qualified to coach soccer, baseball, b a s k e t­ ball,, football, track, tennis, arch e r y , and- m inor sports. * T a rbell is a m em b e r o f Sigma: D e lta Psi F r a tern ity , A d e lphi' ^Freshm e n H o n o rary Society i, ■ Was president of th e senior h o n ­ o r a ry society O racle and pi th e £orona Club of G r o to n ., N: Y-. an d the South. Lansing G r a n g e 1 of South Lansing. N, Y. He will 'come to M a rion for the opening .of school Septem b e r 3rd. H e will succeed C laude G race who recently resigned to- accept 'a position ill M iddletown, N. Y. , 10 YEARS AGO - July 18, 1930 M rs. Ivan Jagger a n d soil; D o n a ld o f Chula- V ista. Cal., are; visiting a t C. N. J a g g e r ’s. E lm e r L y b a rt o f D e troit is visiting his fa th e f , Jacob Ly^ bart. Mr. and- M rs. O rson C rane □f, have retu r n e d from a n extended wedding trip by au to to Yellow­ stone Bark, a n d R ichfield, Idaho. M iss Olive Pye of. C a lifornia is , visiting in M a rion. 2'o Y e a r s a g o July 16, 1920 T h e C roucher reunion was held Ju ly 10, a t t h e hom e of Mr. and' M rs. C h a rles 'Croucher. A r th u r Johnson a n d Regina. B ruinix will b e m a rried July 171 T h e 500 Club gave Mrs. A r­ th u r B e sem e r a b ir th d a y su r ­ prise on F r iday evening. G r a n u lated sugar is now .25 c e n t s a pound. A r th u r S h o rt is recovering from typhoid fever. M rs. Estelle Plim p ton of Rocky Ford, Cal.. an d Mrs. W H. Cfonise o f East. Palm y ra have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. N, Jagger. Deyo. M rs T h o m a s E m fnelkarhp I Qf R o c h e s ter were guests S u n - I and t h e i r guest. Miss M a ry Belle ( d a y evening of M r. and Mrs. H. Nicol o f W a s h ingto n . D. € .. i A. Davis. spent F r id w ith M rs. Ray-1 - ^ . . ----------- rrtond Sweezey a t h e r sum m e r S t t i d v C l u h f r t m v t Home a t C ranberry Pond. / . T , J. 0 y $ Mrs. W inifred W right of I I t h a c a n S H O S p l t C l l t t y C a r th a g e is spending a few I M a rion-r-M em b e rs of the M a r- Weeks w ith h e r m o ther. M rs. | lon. s t u dy ,GIub wer-e guestg Nellie G a rlock a n d fam ily, on I W ednesday a t a picnic din n e r a t South M ain S treet. I t h e hom e of F rederick Johnson Mr. an d Mrs. H e r b e r t Jo r g e n - m ith.aca. Mr: Jo h n s o n e n te r - A l b e r t i W f i R E F IN ISH i N g —Duco o r D u lu x finishes, in any color. C o llision w o rk done. F u r n i t u r e eXpertly refinished. C a ll 98. H . M . Howaffi, 449 W est U n ion S t. ‘ u I 9 - t f sen of W arren; Pa., w e re guests Over Sunday of h e r m o th e r , Mrs. i>. C. Hope. Mrs. H a rpld Fow ler e n t e r ­ tain e d last W ednesday M rs. W il­ liam L a m b e rt of L a n s ing, M ich., an d Miss 'C h a r lotte B. C r a f t pf C leveland, O. MisS E lizabeth W h ite a n d M iss M a rioh Sanford are spending te n days a t . t h e ‘B a p tist Y o u n g People’s S u m m e r A ssem b ly in session At K e u k a. tain e d th e club In a sirrtilal- o u t­ ing in 1936. Of special in terest to those a tt e n d in g w a s th e i r h o s t’s u n ­ usual collection of w o rks of a r t a n d curios from all p a r ts of th e World. T h o se m a k ing the jp u r n e y W ednesday were: M rs. T h o m a s E m n ielkam p , M rs. M ary Deyo, M iss L u c ille 'Rogers. Miss V tola Luce. M rs. M . C. Van G s - tra'nfi, M iss M.ay Sherm a n . Mrs. MYron Brew ster, ...M rs. A. .L.’ FOR SALE F o r SA L & Z c e lery a n d cabbage p l a n t s fey the th o u s a n d or DedrAvaftatste a l f t i n s m o n th . E u g e n e D o ty a n d Son. W ol­ c o tt - S o u t h B u tler R d P h o n e W o lcott 148-F-25 u28-2tp SALE —3 Rekinc.'C dr.gs, 1 chow ; 2 Pom e rar.;ai'.- M u -t fee .disposed of -Com* an d ratafee an offer W ayne Im p e r ­ i a l K e n n e ls , n o r th of P e a k ’s . B ridge. u29-2t Miss J pssip Morri'i a p a r t m e n t : r HOUSES t . - C0PEN FOR -SALE and inspection ~ 'L S a tu r d a y . July 20. from 3 to 5. All s e p a rate, newly p a in ted S m a ll cash paym e n t. Alvin u 2 9 - ltp u !<; E [S’. 1 ' ftilSCELLANEOUS . A b r a m < I . ' 1 1 '' WANTED — D isabled, health y . h o r s e s . H u m a n e ly disposed of * W a y n e M ink R a n c h , M arion. - H . Y . P h o n e 10-F-fi. e'31-tf :KEANS WANTED—Any a n d all T k in d s . W rite an d tell me w h a t -- - k in d a n d q u a n tity y o u h a v e and [ I -will call. I rep resen t one of N ew Y o rk S t a t e ’s ' larg e s t ‘ dealers. O rrin S h e p a rd. Box ’ 15, LeRoy, N. Y. u?6-6t : aiiiniip b . fti-iVsw ii k. n <- v i * v if POULTRY — Fre^h dressed ' p p u ltry. P h o n e T a y lor’s 717 hVe p o u ltry at low prices. 1 Xfelivered o r at farm . u28-8t NOTICE - N o tice is hereby given th a t li­ cense No. C-35 h a s been issued ■td t h e u n d e r s igned -to sell beer , a t wholesale u n d e r t h e Alcoholic 'H e V e fage C o n trol Law u n d e r f h e n a m e , o f W ayne Beverage Co., Efest Mftple Avenue, .. Newark, W ayne B o u n ty, New York, not to n e consum e d upon said p r e m - ; l^QQ LEON DeMAY, E. M a p le Ave. N e w a rk, W a y n e C o u n ty, u28*2t ,. New Y o rk, Mr. an d M rs. L e s ter A d r iaan - cluding M r. arid M rs. Haitold- -son have 'fnovea i n f o Idrs. W i l - . so n ’s house resen tly v a c a ted by C laude G r a c e an d fam ily. Mrs. B y ron C a r r a n d d a u g h ­ te r L y n n of N e w a rk sp e n t W ed­ nesday w ith her p a r e n ts. Mr. a n d Mrs. A rthur K Young. T h e Tri-Clas.- of the F ir s t R e ­ form e d C h u rch w ith th e i r fam ­ ilies enjoyed a picnic su p p e r Tuesday evening at C a n a n d a i­ g u a Lake. : ( M rs, S a n ford B u sh an d M rs. F red Hodges were in P i t t s f o r d . Tuesday afternoon to visit- M rs. C h a rles H o d g e> an d d a u g h ters feho are guests of Mrs C h a r les W e s term a n M rs Hodges re­ m a ined for th e rest of th is we#k At the W e sterm a n hom e. M iss B o ris Pox of N o r th Rose was a -grfest over the w e e k -end pf Miss D o rothy Tack. Mr. and M rs P e ter D e N a g lep f P a lm y ra called S u n d a y on M r. arid M ri Jacob R u ssell an d Mr an d Mrs Isaac .HuBois. Mrs. Louise W illiam s of F a i r - p o r t P a s a guest ovei; S u n d a y of M r and Mrs George (Benedict. , Miss Lois M u llner retu r n e d Tuesday, to- the hom e of h'er hunt. Mrs.- J. C. Elve. A fter spending a week a t L e tourrieau C h ristian C a m p on Cart arid aigira Lake. Lois was ciifrtp b u g ler fiuring h e r stay Mr. and M rs C h a rles H e n d e r ­ son of Accord, N. Y., w ere guests last week of th e ir d a u g h ter, Mrs. P a u l Russ’ell an d fafniiy. Miss Elsie C larisse Of R o c h e s ­ ter Was S, g u e st on W ednesday of M rs SarifOTd B'Ush. Mrs K a rl Johnson a n d M rs. M a rie W a g e m a k e r of W illiam ­ son spent W ednesday a t 'th e hom e of Mr. and M rs. Isaac Du Bois. Mr. - a n d M rs H E Fow ler were in R o c h e s ter B'unday to see -her m o ther. Mrs H e len C a rroll, who is seriously ill a t th e hom e Of her d a u g h ter in th a t city. Miss Jean Elve was a guest ovei- the w e e k -end of Miss Ju d ith W a r n e r of Geneseo. Mr, an d M rs. F r e d A llard of W a te rtow n were recent .guests a t the hpm e of P h ilip M iller, Mrs. M ary Cook, who resides P i t h h e r daughter, MrS. Isa a c Shippers, passed h e r 96th b i r t h ­ day last week T h u rsday, J u ly 11, M embers of h e r fam ily eailed during th e day and she received num erous expressions of g r e e t­ ing and congratulation. George Eicfe 6f B o ston and M iss . C a rrie,Eick o f B a tav ia are f uests of th e ir b r o t h e r jfohn ick and fam ily fo r a few days. ROy M u llner o f R o c h e s ter Spent S u n d a y with his wife and d a u g h ter at th e hom e of. J. C. Elve. Ernest Van Hall of th e U.-S. Navy was recently stationed -in H a v a n a , Cuba. . Mr. an d M rs. F r e d P a r k e r of F a ir p o r t and.. Mr. arid M rs. Jam e s Aeff i'ey of R o c h e s ter ivere ■ Mr. arid M rs. D a n iel M e tcalf ’ D e a n , M rs. Lticien Sweezey, Mrs. o f S a v a n n a h were S u n d a y visi- ~ — - — to r s a t t h e hom e o f J o h n W a rd. Noble and th r e e chiidren • of Clyde. Mr. an d M rs R o b e rt: W ard of C a n a n d a ig u a an d MISS B e tty W arfi of R o c h e s ter. Mr an d M rs. P e t e r Moose and. Mr. a n d Mrs K a rl M o rrison visited 'th e W o rld’s F a ir over the,' week-erid. Mr* H a ttie L a m b right a n d ; M rs. E. M. Lovelace Spent sev­ eral days last- week w ith M rs. A itus C roucher and Miss' Archie Lovpiace in R o c h e s ter. * Mr a n d M rs -Charles M Rich retu r n e d recently a f te r spending several weeks at th e hom e of th e i r son, W e b s ter R ich an d f a m ­ ily in F r a n k f o r t. H e rbert P e tty was a guest o v er th e w e e k -end of Ellis DeLass in lO n tario |: Mrs. May Stephenson and I. M rs. H a ttie L a m b r ight left [T u e s d a y to vlsft New York City f a n d th'- W o rld’s Fair. . Mr and Mrs. P e ter Naeye en- fertarrrpd a t t h e i r hom e over t h e w e e k -end .Mr an d Mrs. C h a ins F r a n k lin an d d a u g h ter S h irley of O x ford. N Y . D r an d M rs D o n ­ ald Posson and two children of R o c h e s ter. D r. an d Mrs. C h a rles S t e y a a r t of Lyons a n d D r. an d M rs E lm e r D u B o is of Newark, th e m e n h a v in g been fellow s t u ­ den ts in C o lgate Urriverrity. Mrs. B e r t Eggleston of Oswe’go spent last w e ek w ith h e r Sister. Mrs. H o w a rd W o rkley a n d h e r fatHer., Jo h n B lankenburg. Mr. and M rs. G e o r g e S . Reeves are spending several Weeks w ith h e r sister a t Peppered. Mass Mrs. D e im e r Hope sp e n t last week w ith Her daughter. Mrs. R a y m o n d . E b e r t in F a irport. Miss E lizabeth V e rPlank Is spending several weeks at th e * h o m e of h e r brother. M arvin Ver Plank in R o c h e s ter. 1 M r ar.d Mrs Isaac DeWisp.e- i iaere e n te r tain e d relative^ from j W a lw o rth an d M a rion On F riday i e v e n ing m honor of, M r \ a n d M rs Josiah Porrey ar.d fam ily ’w h o re tu r n e d S a tu r d a y t6 th e ir home, in Chicago. Mr and MrS. B a r n e tt Corbin of S a v a n n a h and- M r. an d Mrs Leslie G a m b ler and family of W e b s ter sp e n t SUnday w ith th e i r paren ts. Mr, and Mrs •M. C. V a n O s trand. Miss Leora K lippel of Hilton was a guest last Week of h e r a u n t, M rs E D. W illiam son C a ssius M C iark of Peabody. K a n s a s , arrived in M a rion .S a turday and is .spending th is week With h e r sister, Mrs. B E Luce an d o th e r relatives in tow n . Mr. an d M rs. TajffiSTHoward a n d Mrs. T h n rlow H u n tington of R o c h e s ter w e re d in n e r guests- on. M o n d a y , e v e n ing of Mr. and; Mrs H a rold E Fow ler, ,M r.. a n d M r s . .M a rentis Deft tie artd'X o n s G o rdon and R ichard of R o c h e s ter w e re guests On S u n ­ day of M rs. W a y n e P. Allen. A m o n g th o s e w h d attended fie co u n ty g r a n g e felcfilc .S t th e b d u s -Center p a r k m Satfefday from M a rion were M r. a n d M rs A lfred Tem p le. Mrs. Neriry Davis, Mrs. C h a r les, M . Rich, M rs. E s t h e r LoVelace, M rs. S c o tt B. C u r tis, M iss M a r g a r e t J l u r t i s , M iss M a ry Belle Nicol, Mrs. M, Jf. V e rduin, M rs. F red Crum, Miss Sibyl G a rlock, Miss K a te West* fall. M rs F. K. Mosher. —— ----- o --------- - --- r e d c r o s s M e e t M a rlon—Local m e m b e rs of the Red Cross are asked to m eet in fh e Tow n C lerk’s room in the F ir e m e n ’s B u ilding, Friday. Ju ly 19, a t 8 p. m. (DSTi to elect a local tre a s u r e r to succeed the late -W a y n e P. Allen F j NEM e N PLAN FETE M arftfh—M a rion Fii'ernen are m ik i n g p lan s for a field day celebration w h ich will begin F r id a y evening, A u g u st 9: a n d co n tinue through- -August 10 in F ir e m e n ’s P a rk. F e a tu r e s will be a -parade on F r iday evening and concessions of all descriptions. . s t u d e n t R e u n i o n s e t M a r ion—The annual reunion a n d picnic of Students of the M a rion Collegiate In s titu te and M a rlon High School will be held S a tu r d a y , A u g u st 3, a t G range Hall, L u c ie n j . Sweezley a s p r e s i­ d e n t \is in -charge of th e event a n d Will fee assisted in a r r a n g e ­ m e n ts by ’ E d g a r T. LUce and Miss M ay S h e rm a n . Program for Concert fn Marion Announced M a rion—Following is t h e pro­ gram of -the ban d concert -to be p r e s e n ted in F ir e m e n ’* Park. M a rion, th is S a turday evening under th e direction o'f Theron Forbes : I. A m e rica, C a rey; 2. Over­ tu r e “M a g n a C u m L a u d e ”, S k e a t: 3. ,M a r c h “P r o ject”, B e n n e tt; 4 W&ltz “C h a lm ti”, B e n n e tt; 11 5. , M arch “The 'Rifle R a n g e r s ”. K L K ing: 6. “Let Me C a ll You S w e e th e a r t” W altz, Friedm a n : 7. ‘\The W o o d p ecker Song\ Di Lazzaro: 8. “Elves D a n c e ” from th e N u t C racker Suite, T schaik- owsky; \9 “Excelsior Galop\ K L. K ing:. \10. ‘‘M lsfer Jo e ” one Step, B e n n e tt; II M a rch “Sa'fe- : t y ” . B e n n e tt; 1-2. Star-Spangled B a n n e r , Sm ith. Teams Resiime Playoffs For League Title ■ M arion — P lay-offs fo r th e Softball cham p ionship of th e village were resum e d last night ih F irem e n ’s P a rk betw e e n th e Eifem eri an d th e Flying D u tchr m en. w inners of th e last an d first halves respectively in th e local loop. R a in stopped the first game M onday night, w ith the score fied at three each in th e th ir d inniiig. T h e second gam e will be played tom o rrow n ig h t (F r i d a y ^.t 7 o’clock, an d a th ir d g a m e ., if necessary, will be staged next Monday night. K een in terest is being show n ih th a gam e s receipts from yh.irh go for the benefit of Clifford Johnson, w h o broke hi.- leg earlier in th e year, playing With the F a r m e r s team . For the gHine Friday t h e Fire- ijien are expected to place Bill jKee.-ler on th e m o u n d , w ith Bill Cornell behind the p late. Bud Davis,- on first; Alb S h o r t, se.c- qnd; R ttt Freem a n , sh o r t ; Effie Gatti'e, third; R o n n ie W itter., left; Art Short.— eonter: Jack Ball, left: and C y N o rtier,-in-.the rover --pot. T h e Flying D u t c h ­ m en will show Joe “ Ace” De- R ight on the m o u n d w ith How­ ard H a n c e as his b a ttery m ate. D e an Radley. first base, Leon i ............. .. .................. Shippers, second base; Ike | U11-ed lari week by fa ll i n g ‘from S c h O o n e rm a n .shortstop: Howai d * ‘ OcqUe, third base; Dick W itter, rover; Bob Nevil. left field: Bob W itter, center; and Byrd Sm ith, rig h t field. T here- is. b u t one., federal ,b e registered jv h ic h CL-n^.u ,, sta tu t e which p r o tects th e flag |;or com p rises, amoiu; from desecration th r o u g h o u t; things, “the flag,, cout m the country. T h is law,,33 S t a t i L . , o r o th e r in s ig n ia of the Uin.V p. 725, February 20, 1905, pro- States^ or any siinui.u.,,\ vides th a t .a trad e m a r k c a n n o t t h e r e o f . ” , ” Annual Financial Report Of the Board o f E d u cation o f ^larid ii C e n tral School, Marion N e w York, from July 1, 1 9 3 9 , through June 30 , 1940. Receipts . B a lance on h a n d July l/l9 3 9 ......................... : ................ $ ; P u b lic Money received t o m county tre a s u r e r ............... . .. A m o u n t deducted by S t a te froan public m o n e y for re­ tirem e n t fund on account of d i s t r ic t (.excluding 4ri deductions . . , ............... - . ............. .. .................................... A m o u n t deducted th is y e a r iro m teachers, w a g es by board of education for 'teachers r e ti r e m e n t fund . . . . . ’ from academ ic fund fo r n o n r e s id e n t tu itio n ........... Federal allotm e n t for vocational edu c a tio n ........................ From tax oh pro p e rty ................................................................... - F rom sales of p r o p e r t y ..........................................-, • - ................ From tran s p o r ta tio n q f n o n r e s id e n t pupils, ........................ From re tu r n taxes received from th e county treasu r e r From R e n t ........ , - .............................- .............. - .......................... From S tate F a ir—Band. T r ip ........ ....................... 864 81 •56.829-33 73 1.53D78 3,589:17 67197 18 83993 . 4000 7959') 1.324 20 19290 6200 30 YEARS AGO July 22, 1910 T h e telephone exchange at th e V a n C h loster residence is a busy place. C.’-L.-Tassel I was elected p resi­ dent of th e Soutn Shore Cottage i A ssociation and Mis* Ella Holmes, secretary The Ladies' Aid of the .M eth­ odist C h u rch will serve ice cream and cake ui«$thp church lawn S a turday afternoon. The Embroidery Cinb had a picnic at G n n n e ll'.s Glen, T h u r s ­ day. j Daisy B u rr of A u b u rn is a g u e st of h e r sister. Mrs. C h a rles Beaie. Miss Ethel Besemer of D u n d e e was a guest last week at the •home of her uncle, Dr. A rthur Besemeit Mr.s Frank Rich is visiting her d a u g h ter. Mrs E D D e R ight in Chicago. 40 YEARS AGO Jnlv '21. 1900 P r in c ip a l W. C. Tiff-t is s p e n d ­ ing th e week w ith his fam ily in. H a m ilton. ■ Mrs. \James W h ite and d a u g h ­ ter are visiting relatives in Indiana. The Y P .SC.E. of th e B a p tist C h u rch will -have a law n social a t thp ho-rne o f C. R Sweezey. July 20 Abram D u rei was severely in- T o tal ................. $ 87.00 1 22 — E x p e n d itures G e n e ral Control School Elections ........................................... $ 2K Oj Board of education a n d clerk’s office .................................. eiuoo Finance Offices a n d acco u n ts ..................................... 11 j O ther expense of business c o n t r o l .............................................. Supplies' ....................................... 1696 O ther expenses of e d u c a tional c o n trol ...................................... 5210 T o tal .s............................. ... ........................................... y2597 In s tr u c tio n a l Service S a lary -of principal an d teach e r s . . . , - .................................. $ 36.on 50 B alaries of p r in c ip a l’s s e c retary & office a s s i s t a n ts ____ 73 ; ther- e x p enses o f p r incipal’s office ........ 24'«i O ther expenses o f supervision .................................................. 1 ., Textbooks . . . . , ............................. , . ......................... 581 63 O ther supplies used iii- instruction. ......... .. .............................. 141 : rj O ther expenses of instruction .......... 27i 03 T o ta l ............ ,..................................S 39 77805 Expenses of O p e ration of School P l a n t ' VVages of jan i t o r an d o th e r employes .....................................$ 2 555 20 Fuel ....... 2:087 44 W a te r ................. 1277 ,) Light and power .......................................................................... .. .. 1 uvo 34 Ja n i to r ’s supplies ... ., 41 ^; Services o th e r th a n p e r s o n a l ............................... [ . . 5 O ther expenses of operation ..........- .................. 41534 SECOND REFORM E D CHURCH Corn’elitis Lepeltak^ M inister S u n d a y M o rning W o rship. 11 “Justice and S a lv a tio n ”. S u n d a y School a t 12'30. Evening W o r­ ship, 8 00 \A Lost Sou!''. BAPTIST CHURCH John J. Baltetf, P a s to r S u n d a y M orning W o rship 10:30. Serm o n H e ad Of th e House\. Bible School at 11:30; continuing th e * e r ie s o f studies concerning th e book o f Job, T h e great question asked by J 6 b, was, \If a Man die, shall I 16 live again0\ a load of hay. Mrs W W G e e r and d a u g h ­ ter. M a rion o f .Palm y ra are v-Mting at the hom e of Jo h n Geer. 50 y e a r s A g o July 19, 1890 Som e of the M arion young people have organized, a law n | tennis club : At th e 7th an n u a l reunion of 1 the S a n ford fam ily, July 12. at 1 the- residence of Riley Sanford, ID F Hu*.-!.” wa.* elected presi­ dent an d M ary V a n O strand se­ cretary. , I H Topping received an order snh-ipet -T h « ! from G e n n a »y \e e k fer one j suojeet— T n . , ()f nK p ;„.ta b!e evapurators. T o tal ...................................................................................$ 7.203 38 Expehses of .M a intenance of School P lan t Upkeep of grounds .............................. .. .............................. R e p a ir of b u i l d i n g s ...................................- ....................................... R e p a irs & replacem e n ts—O f 'heating, lighting & plum b ­ ing equipm e n t . . . ' ............. O f a p p a r a tu s used in in s t r u c ­ tion ......................... ; ................ Of fu r n itu r e ................................... O f o th e r equipm e n t ................... T o tal ............................................................................................. $~ Expenses of A u x iliary Agencies a n d S u n d r y A c tivities L ibraries, salaries ................................ s Books, repairs & replacem e n ts ............................... ........ .......... O ther ‘expenses of libraries .......................................................... Prom o tion of h e a l t h —M e d ical inspection ............................ NufSe service ................. .................... O th e r e x p e n s e s .................... T r a n s p o rtation of re s id e n t’p u p ils . . ' . ............................ T r a n s p o rtation of non r e s id e n t p u p i l s ..................................... Provision of lunqhes ........................................................................ O ther auxiliary agencies an d sundry activities ........ T o tal .................................... $ Expenses .of Fixed C h a rges P e n s ions—S ta te T e a c h e r s R e tirem e n t System . ......... s In s u r a n c e —O n b u i l d i n g s ............................................................... On tran s p o r ta tio n ......................... .. ....... ................ F o r o th e r p u r p o s e s ......................... .. ....................... T o tal ............. ........................ .......................... Expenses of Debt Service R e d em p tion of bonds ....................................... Redem p tion of sh o r t term l o a n s ............... Paym e n t of in terest on b o n d s ........................ P a y m e n t of in terest on sh o r t term loans T o tal' ....... 7 ........................................ E x p e n d itures 111 C a p ital O u tlay New a p p a r a t u s ............................ ' ....................... O ther c a p ! tar outlay -..............................: ___ L ibraries—new books ............. 267 no *27 a-i Gl'5 03 408 56 88 88 to.'tu 2 27u..v 697 50 32 98 :* '.5 :75 Hi 1.400 00 81.14 3 997 13 79o 00 3M04 83 1) 7 922 ('0 2 268 T3 5?'' ‘-5 232 75 4»:< 71 3 554 \4 4.5U6 09 15 (tOt) '0 3.11250 1 954 04, .................. $ 24 506 54 S 43il P6 7' 1 2--11‘6 .$ 7331.'’ . .$ 86953 20 54 \3 Our ideal-, a r e often sm o th e r ­ ed by th e dollars we have earned. p r e s b y T e r x a n C h u r c h Rev. M a u rice J. Verduin, P a s to r S u n d a y , 10:30—Divine W or­ ship. Serm o n them e : O u t of the Storm 10.30 -T h e P r im a r y D e p a rtm e n t will m e e t in th e C h u rch Parlors at th e tim e o f the m o rning w o rship Service O n Sundays, July 2Jst and 28th, A u g u st 4th and llth . and Sep­ tem b e r 1st. the P r im a r y w ill fheet a-t 10 30 o’clock. G u e s t soloist at t-he .servire last S u n d a y m o rning -was O r ­ m ond Guyer who sang “Deep R iver”. T h e Help U Class held a picnic on T u e s d a y of th is week a t th e cottage oi Mr. and Mrs. Lewis : Bradley. 1 - 0 - — —— No m an sfhoiild w in or gain applause if ethics can n o t bless his cause. W. Ray Converse ATTORNEY a t la w First National Bank Marion, N. Y. H o u rs: 2-5 W ednesday o f each week T o tal ............................................................................. T o tal Paym e n ts for the year ........................................... B a lances at th e close of the year ................................. T o tal P a y m e n ts and B a l a n c e s ............................................ S 8,7 u -7 ” I hr.ve^audited the books a n d records of tlie collt-i t-o.. . k and treasu r e r of M a rion C e n tral R u ral School for th e yi-ut e:.il<d Ju n e 29, 1940. and I HEREBY CERTIFY T h a t the hooks were well k e p t in all p a r ticu la r s : T h a t th e disbursem e n ts am o u n ted to $86,953.20 (these dis­ bursem e n ts include $1,530.78 deducted from teach e r s salaries .tr.(i and ad d itional am o u n t of $2,268.73, b o th th e s e am o u n ts withlirid ? u t o j Public M oney for teach e r s re tire m e n t fund,; they -tl- c.rt include $17,300 borrowed and repaid w ithin the y e a r ': T h a t th e disbursem e n ts w e re correctly recorded and pr.'p-r.y vouched for and authorized by th e b o a r d ; T h a t the am o u n t received for T a x e s $18,836.23 agrees mth the ta x roll $19.993 69 except for $1,154 46 still due from C -; T reasurer for returned taxes; an d T h a t t.he balance on h a n d Ju n e 29, 1940, am o u n ted to W ILLIAM H, HALLOCK. 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