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i i m o NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, AUGUST •!, 1940 TELEPHONE 7io % i* f! ! « .* * K M rs. G race Page of C u y ler St. atten d e d th e funeral o f M rs. E lizabeth Cowley in iClif- ■ t o n Springs last week T h u r s ­ day. J. Herve Reeves spent th e p a s t week-end, visiting his daughter, M rs. A. J, D e S m ith g n a fam ily a t Sodus. • M rs. Clifford Goossen of C h u rch S t. an d h e r g r a n d ­ m o ther, Mrs. Guy L. Mills of 'M a y v illa, who hgs been v isit­ ing her, left S a turday for M ayville, w h ere Mrs. Goossen w ill spend th e week w ith ;her -g r a n d m o t h e r , ■ M r. an d Mrs. Joseph W. B e n tley an d daughter, A n n , of Penfield, were Sunday guests of Mr. an d Mrs. Horace G. (Howard o f M iller M anor. M iss M a r g a r e t W e icher of .West M iller St. h a s resigned h e r position a t th e N ew ark S ta te School and is spending a few w e eks a t the W eicher co t­ tag e a t Sodus P o int. H er m a r ­ riage to K e n n e th T a c k will tak e place th is m o n th. M r s .. AI Synesael Of P r o s ­ p e c t St. h a s re tu r n e d to h e r d u ties a t Newark S t a t e School a f t e r a tw o -w e ek vacation. D o n a ld R. B ird of E a s t M il­ der St. is enjoying a w e ek’s v a c a tion from his duties at th e N e w a rk U n ion-G a z e tte. M iss A n n a Allepton of P rps- pect S t. h a s been visiting h e r niece, M rs. M o sher, in Al­ b a n y , N. Y , th e p a s t week. M r. an d Mrs. _PletchficJEal=_ , m e r and fam ily o f Syracuse - _ s p e n t S u n d a y w ith Mrs. P a l- J ' m e r 's p a r e n ts, Mr. an d Mrs. * W a rd P a r k e r o f W est Union st. * Mr. and Mrs. R o b e rt F. * F ish e r of W illiam s St. are *, spending the week a t Sodus * P o int. ' Mr. and Mrs. M e r r i lf E. » . R ightm y e r of M iller M a n o r * sp e n t the w e e k -end in S y r a - 2 cusel t h e guests of Mi's. R ig h t- - m y e r’s paren ts, Mr. and Mrs. J H o race Hoyt » Mr. and Mrs. Isaac V a n d e r- * linde and daughter, M a rjorie, X a n d son, R a y m o n d , o f H e a th * S t. left S a tu r d a y for th e Adi- a rondacks, w h e re they are - spen d in g a (peek’s vacation. 1 T h e y will re tu r n n e x t S u n d a y * .evening. L i - M rs. C. J . D a n g le o f W e st \ U n ion St. is enjoying a tw o - k , w e e k v a c a tio n from h e r duties a t t h e C o m m e rcial B u ilding. iSjf M rs. G u y L. M ills of M a y ­ ville, N. Y., h a s been spending th e p a s t th r e e w e eks a s th e gu e s t of h e r g r a n d d a u g h ter, Sirs. C lifford Goossen, a n d M f . G o q s sen On C h u rch S t. M r. and Mrs. F r a n k M u n ­ so n m o v ed th is w e ek to th e i r a p a r t m e n t a t M iller M a n o r, .212 W e st M iller St. ■ Miss D o rothy S. Elve of G a n a d a , A rizona, h a s received notice t h a t she h a s passed t h e exam ination, given la s t M a y in A lbuquerque, New Mexico, afid now h a s th e degree of M.T., M e d ical T e c h n o logist. Mrs. D. E. M c C lelland an d M rs. H . M- D a v is of R o c h e s ­ te r were callers in tow n on F r i d a y of last week. M r. an d M rs. T h o m a s G rieves an d son, Tom m y of A lbany w e re w e e k -end guests ■ o f th e i r g r a n d m o th e r , M rs. S a r a h McEvoy o f E a s t U n ion - S t . -------------------------- - ------ M iss Lucy Feeney of H a z e l- ton, P a ., is spending som e tim e a t th e hom e o f Mr. an d M rs. F r a n k H a n e y o f E a s t . U n ion St. Mrs. Edw a rd H u r lb u r t n o f R o c h e s ter an d Miss E lizabeth * D u n n of W est M iller S t. e n ­ tertain e d a t a linen show e r on W e d n e sday evening of th is week in honor of Miss F r a n c e s Bolles of E a s t Ave., w h o se m a r r iage to C a rl Pearson of R o c h e s ter will take place ’ A u g u st 17. Leon Stell o f B a r tle Ave, h a s retu r n e d to h is d u ties a t th e M e tropolitan Life In s u r ­ an c e C o m p any a f t e r a w e e k s vacation. M iss B e tty S e h e e rens of V a n . DuSfen St. h a s been spen d in g th e p a s t w eek a s th e guest of M iss Lav e r n e C u y ler a t W illiam son. M rs. W a rd P a r k e r o f W est U n ion S t. is spending two w e e k s w ith h e r d a u g h ter, Mrs, F le tc h e r P a lm e r a n d fam ily in S y racuse. M rs. A. B. R o b inson and M iss V irginia R o b inso n . a n d M r. arid MrsT J . H e rve R e eves sp e n t la s t week W ednesday evening a t Sodus w ith M r. an d M rs. A. J. D e S m ith. M r. an d M rs. C h a rles W iltse an d d a u g h ter, E d it h o f G e n ­ eva w ere S u n d a y guests of M rs. W iltse's p a r e n ts, M r. an d M rs: W illiam L. Brow n of W e s t U n ion St, M rs, A d a M a r tin o f E a s t R o c h e s ter h a s been spending several days w ith h e r sister, M rs. A lbert H a r tn a g e i an d Mr. H a r tnagei. T h e Rev. and M rs. W a lter H. K u h n e an d daughters, N a n c y a n d Sally of C o lton Avenue accom p a n ied by D o n n a M u r­ p h y a n d M a ry Ja n e P r u tzm a n left M o n d a y for Ebenezer to a t t e n d th e • E v a n g e lical S u m ­ m e r Assembly. R o b e rt F. F ish e r of W illiam s St. is en joying a Week’s v a c a ­ tio n from his duties a t W ild- h a c k 's D rug Store. R o b e rt . C h a m b e rlain of C h u r c h St. is enjoying a w e ek’s v a c a tion from his duties at th e C o m m e rcial Building. M r. a n d Mrs. E d w a rd H a n ­ sen an d E v e r e tt G a r d n e r of R o c h e s ter w e re d i n n e r guests on S u n d a y o f M r. a n d M rs. Jo h n W a lters o f Colton Avenue. M r. L e s ter D u R e i a n d h is niece, B a r b a r a F o iger b o t h of B a tavia, a n d M r. Lew is H o l­ lenbeck of P h e lps, w e re guests on S u n d a y o f Mr. an d M rs. Albert D u R e i of Van D u s e n St- M r. a n d M rs. K e n n e th S tr ite an d d a u g h ter, Peggy A n n , r e ­ tu r n e d S u n d a y to th e i r hom e on C o lton Ave., a f te r spending a w e e k a t th e A k e n h e a d c o t ­ tag e bn C a n a n d a ig u a Lake. M r. an d M rs. C h a r les S e r - gisson o f C o lton Ave. e n t e r ­ tain e d a t d in n e r on 'Sunday, Mr. an d Mrs. G eorge Sergisson of G e n e v a . M rs. F r e d S tuerw a ld, Jr., an d in f a n t son, D a v id C h a m ­ bers, r e tu r n e d last_S a turday to th e ir hom e On G race Ave. from C lifton S p rings S a n i t a r ­ ium . M iss T h e r e s a Frey, w h o underw e n t a n o p e r a tio n re ­ cently a t Vaux M e m o rial H o s­ pital, is reported to be im ­ proving. M iss C a th e r in e VanH o esen, a m e m b e r o f t h e C o o p e rstow n , N. Y., faculty, is visitirig th e M isses A n n a a n d H a r r iet M il­ ler of H igh St. M rs. E d w a rd W e icher of E a s t Ave. an d M rs. R o n a ld W e icher of W e icher R o a d will e n te r ta i n a t a linen show e r on -S a t u r d a y a t th e W e ic h e r c o t ­ tage, Sodus P o int, in h o n o r of M iss M a r g a r e t W eicher of W est M iller St. M r. an d M rs. E a rle G. P a r - k e r a n d son, Billy, o f W e s t U n ion S t. called S u n d a y on Mr. an d M rs. Jo h n K r a u s a t Sbdus P o int. T h e M isses F rances, D o reen an d Alice K n o x o f E a s t U n ion St. le f t S u n d a y aftern o o n for E b e n e z e r P a rk, n e a r B u f ­ falo, t o sp e n d th e w eek th e r e a tt e n d in g th e E v a n g e lical .Sum m e r Assembly. M r. a n d M rs. Floyd D u n lap of H o ffm a n St. drove th e m to Ebenezer. Mr. an d M rs. Em o ry A rtlip 1 and daughters, Ja n e an d B lanche, a n d M rs. l^nvisa A personal message •% about our funeral services Home funeral chapel. ^ Finest Equipment. Two graduate embalmers. Years of successful service. Lady Assistant. Dedicated to a reasonably priced service for die community. M e m b e r N a tional F u n e ral D irectors A ssociation r H A R R Y W . P A R K E R Trum b u ll of Seigrlst St. spent last week W ednesday afljer- riOon ill'R o c h e s ter, Mr. and Mrs. C h a rles L. D a n v e rs of East M iller St, wefe din n e r guests a t Naples on S u n d a y of Mr. and. Mrs. F r a n k A. LaPointe of Geneva, N. Y. Mf- and Mrs. Clarence L indstrom o f C h u rch St spent th e w e ek-end at Howell’s* P o int, K e u k a Lake, as the guests of M r. a n d M rs. V ernon G r idley of W est Union St. Mr. an d M rs. Jo h n Van sH a n e h a n , Jr., of Fairvfile, and JMlxxuidJMLrs.- J o h n -M a rtin of R. D. i spent th e w e e k -end in th e Adirondacjcs. Mr. an d Mrs. Jo h n Wyffels an d daughters, M a rgaret and Irene, an d son, Billy, of C h e s­ hire, w e re S u n d a y guests of Mr. a n d Mrs. C. B. M a r tin of .High S t. Mrs. John LaClair of West : U n ion St. h a s returned to 'h e r duties at th e Commercial : B u ild in g a f ter a week’s vaca­ tion. M r s .. Franklin W erts of P r o s p e c t St. is spending the week i n R o c h e s ter as the guest o f h e r sister, Mrs. C. L. W a rren, and fam ily. Mrs. M a rgaret Robbins of South M a in St. returned to h e r d u ties a t the Com mercial Building, th is week afte r a week’s vacation spent at the T h o u s a n d Islands. ~Mrs. C. B. Espenm iller of W est Avenue spent last week at S o d u s Point as the guest of Mrs, J. W. Chase of Newark at h e r cottage on Sand Point. G e o rge K a u p p of A rcadia is enjoying a two-week vaca­ tion from his duties at Bloom - „ er B rothers. Mr. a n d Mrs. Petert V e rshay and iMiss Ola M ae StiW tqn of W est U n ion St. and,-Dom imck D a d ettri of N o rth M a in St.,, Mr., an d M rs. W illiam R o g e rs an d soils, F ranklin an d R ich ­ ard of E. Union S t , Mrs. F lo r ­ ence S tra tto n of A u b u rn, and A n thony Van T o u r of A u b u rn spent th e w e ek-end at F a i r Haven S t a te Park. Miss E th e l M a rtin of E a s t U n ion S t. h a s re tu r n e d to h e r duties a t th e C o m m e rcial Building frpm a week’s vaca­ tion. Mr. and Mrs. Lay P a l m e r of H ilton were guests oyer th e w e ek-end of Mi’, an d M rs. W illis A n thony of P rospect St; Miss E d n a Ja n e . Peirson of Cousins St. has been spending several weeks w ith h e r a u n t, Mrs. F red C lieetham , in R o c h ­ ester. Mrs. J. L. Buck and: M iss Vivian V a n Dusen, left Sunday for New York City to do fall buying for B u c k ’s F a s h ion Shop. T h e y will also attend, -tlie- New Y o rk .W o rld's Fair,, re t u r n i n g 1 S a t u r d a y , . - - ■ E a rl Peirson o f Ovid sp e n t Sunday w ith his m o ther, Mrs. Edna Peirson of W est M iller St. Mr. Peirson has sold his m e a t m a r k e t in W a te rloo an d wili open a m a rket in Ovid, today, A u g u st 1. R ichard L u a a y of Moore St., is ^enjoying a tw o -w eek vacation from h is duties- a t Bloomer B rothers. Mrs. W a lter M u th o f P r o s ­ pect St. left W e d n e sday ,to spend several days th is week w ith her p a r e n ts, ' M r. a r i d \ Mrs. A lbert G leason, i n R o c h ­ ester. It co s ts no m o re to call S T U E R W A L D S UNDERTAKERS w ith u s e of R E S I D E N C E F U N E R A L H O M E a t e x t r a expense E s ta b lish e d 68 Y e a r s Ago. J u l y C l e a r a n c e m Rtls i.aion'i vmortoh mntfefs, with alt )he fqfcioyt Tfwodeoty ■»Vytw a n d M h » t -«■ prfL m any w«*k* *»{Jt a h . a d *. dwtftig whith you tan «n[oy .. \ ra r n a r k a b l . yatueji MAIN » * FLOOR 8 E A U T Y T h e last rites can be an occasion o f m e m o r a b le * 1 an d solacing b e a u ty. T h e u n d e r s tan d in g assistance of a n organization well train e d in m a k ing a difficult task easier is your assurance of p e r fect attention. i A r t h u r G . f u n e r a l d i r e c t o r 24 H o u r A m b u lance1'Service — Lady A s s is tant Miss Helen Van Boven of : th e ir home. Colton, Avenue is enjoying a week’s vacation from h e r duties a t Bloom er B rothers. Mr. arid M rs. R o s s B e n n e tt of A rcadia e n te r tain e d friends* from A u b u rn last S u n d a y , at Miss B e a trice W a lters of Lyons lias- re tu r n e d to h e r duties a t th e Com m e rcial Building a f t e r a w eek’s v a c a ­ tion. (C o n tinued o n P a g e Five) E a s t Avenue 'a t F a ir p o r t Road, T e lephone Hillside 1550. Only 5 m iles from Rudi.,-,t„r Full Course Dinners $ l.oo Including Turkey, Duck, H o m e Fried Chicken Chops, Fish, etc. ’ Steak Dinners $1.25 W e ek day Luncheons 6 5 c 'Closed all day Monday t i m e s LOWER PRICES AT ALL M-B. SUPER MARKETS Large Size Dixie Bells Nearly a Train Load to Sell at This Low Price Pure Cane Granulated 100 Ib Bag 4.40 lb. Paper 4 4 C Fancy No. I NEW ~ lb. 2 1 Fine Qualify Sugar Creek Hot Price 2 lbs. G N. Y. State Fine Quality 2 N o . 2 1 Q | Cans JL, For Delicious' Digestible Foods 3 cb 4 5 Can JL C r NEW IMPROVED SUPER-MAID - 'lp*H IT S THE TALK OP THE TOWN C TRY IT TODAY! W h e n W ® S a y $ & j p e r = M a i d — W e M e a n J S U P E R - M A D E Popular Brands Pkg. 1 4 ★ LOWER PRICES ON HIGH QUALITY MEATS * U . S . I n s p e c t e d B r a n d e d Q u a l i t y W e s t e r n S t e e r B e e f w S T E A K S u* SIRLOIN k J 1 THIS PRICE BUYS THE BEST CUTS Lb 1 7 Lean Meaty W Fresh\ Grou\d PLATE BEEF 3 'bs. 2 5 ' HAMBURG A lbs. 2 9 ' Large BOLOGNA Club FRANKFURTS 2 ibs 2 9 * Genuine Spring Lambs LEG OF LAMB Lb. 23< Armour's STAR Sliced Rindless BACON L b . 1 9 ' ASSORTED Wilson's Certified SMOKED Shank Half F l o r i d a G o ld Grapefruit Juice 1 8 * Oz! Can C of H PEANUT BUTTER LIFEBUOY SOAP CAPITOL COFFEE SCOT TISSUE SCOT TOWELS RINSO Med Pkg 9c STAR RAZOR BLADES OAKITE KLEK ;(Red) 2-l0oz Pkg 15c Prices Gooa in Super Markets ib Jar T5c 4 Bars 23c 2 lbs 25c 3 Rolls 20c 3 Rolls 25c 2 Ig Pkg 37c 3 Pkg 25c 11 oz Pkg 12c Giant Pkg 15c Only ORANGE PEKOE TEA %b* i 15c % lb: 25c IDEAL DOG FOOD U>; C a n , 2 5 c

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