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TELEPHONE 710 NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION. ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1940 THREE ARCADIA REFORMED Rev. B. DeYoung, P a s tor services next Sunday m o rning at 10:30 in charge ot Rev.. N. Fruinix, P a s to r of the .Presby­ terian C h u rch to A rkport. Sunday School a t 12 o ’clock. There will be no- evening ser-t vice, PARK PRESBYTERIAN Sunday. Aug. 4 — C h u rch Sr-hooll 10. M o rning W o rship a t 11 o'clock,. Mr. A. Eugene W il­ iam s will bring, th e m essage. Dr. Lawrence B e a l will conduct th e ;.f rvice. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Love” is. th e subject of the Lesson-Serm o n in all C h u rches ,.f Christ, Scientist,, on- Sunday, Aiic-ust 4. The Golden T e x t is: o God, thou a r t my G o d . . . Ferause th y loving kindness is bettpr t h a n life, m y lips shall praise thee\. P a lm s 63: 1,3. The local services are held at the corner of M a son a n d High- Sts at 11 a. m. Sunday School at in 15 a. m. W ednesday eve­ ning service a t 8 o’clock. W ednesday afternoon the r -inns are open from 2 u n t il 4 for the purpose of reading and obtaining literatu r e . All are niost welcome to a tt e n d our ..ervices an d visit th e reading; room. CHRISTIAN A N D MISSIONARY a l l i a n c e , c h u r c h Rev. Thom a s Wilcox, P a s t o r Sunday School, 10 a. m . S e r ­ vice a t 11‘. Young. People’s M e e t­ ing a t 6130 p. m . Evangelistic sprvice at 7:30. Mr. Wilcox will preach W ed­ nesday evening a t 7:30 a t th e prayer and Bible stu d y m eeting. METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Frederick M a u n d e r, P a s to r Solomon’s G lory” will he th e •.object of th e serm o n b y th e pastor on Sunday m o rning a t the 10 o’clock. T h e S u n d a y school convenes a t 11 o’clock. Last Sunday th e Rev.. H o m e r Grimes, a s s i s t a n t pastor o f th e First B a p tist C h u rch of S a n Diego, C a lifornia, took p a r t in tlie m o rning w o rship and spoke t\ the Sunday School. M r. and Mr- George S e rgissom relatives • >f church organist C h a rles Ser- v \ .in. sang a d u e t a t th e . s e r - v:.-e and a t the S u n d a y School Sc-sion. FIRST BA P T IST CHURCH, Rev, Theodore C. Meyer. Pa^jor Sunday M o rning W o rship >at ic o'clock. Edm o n d H e sser will i .ue charge of th e service, church School a t 11 o’clock. Taber Announces Vacancy for U. S. Military Academy Congressm an Jo h n T a b e r of A burn today announced th a t tnerr wili be a Vacancy from the > :h C o n g ressional D istrict for c itrance to th e U . S . M ilitary Ac.idemy a t W est P o i n t in 1941. A com p e titive exam ination for tbe appointm e n t is to be held on Saturday. O c tober 5, 1940, under ' c direction of th e U. S. Civil ■'< rvir\ Commission for the pur- I'o-r of selecting th e principal V'd alte r n a te candidates for 'bis vacancy. The exam ination is open to •c'v young m a n w h o is a resi­ dent of the 36th. D istrict, com- pc-ing the counties o f Cayuga, M- tario, Seneca, W ayne and V.itps. The candidates m u s t toe butxrpn the ages o f 17 an d 22 ' r ors as the d a te of en tr a n c e to c Academy—about July 1, I'M! -in order to qualify for en- tMnrp. The exam ination on October 5 -tarts at 9 a. m . an d will toe “ '.'I m the P o s t Office buildings ; : 'lie following tow n s. Auburn, '■ inin d a ig u a , G e n e v a , Seneca fa::*, Lyons, Newark and P e n n Y i n Those w ishing to take the i m ina-tion should com m u n i- f i'e w ith C o n g ressm a n Taber. •f Aubu’-n-, givjng him th e i r full : ••no, place of residence, -and bito and place of b i r t h as soon a - possible. -over boiled or m ashed es can be m a d e into de­ dishes. The following lio n s are from the New S tate College of Home mics: P o ta to Fie ’ t h e bottom an d sides Of a d baking dish w ith a layer ished p o tato one to two i thick. Fill thi-s w ith ed fish o r chicken, th e n th e to p w ith m a shed >. and eprinkie buttered! is over i t . B a k e th e pie in crate oven (350 to 400 de- F a h r e n h e it) for about 25 f s. P o tato Cakes pp m a s h e d potatoes into cakes, an d brow n them in ng pan in a sm a ll am o u n t JUNIOR Jo a n Bloom er, d a u g h te r of Mr. and. M rs. H a r r is o n Bloom­ er of E a s t Avenue, is celebrat­ ing h e r n i n t h b ir th d a y 'anni­ versary today. Jo h n B u rgreen, son of, Mr. an d M rs, F r e d B u r g r e e n of W ilson S t. will celeb r a te his eleventh b i r th d a y an n iv e r s a r y on M o n d a y , A u g u st 5. G a il V an H a n e h a n of F a i r ­ ville spent th e w e e k -end w ith h e r aunt, Mrs. M illard N o rri- son an d fam ily o f F r e y St. M a rgaret Ann R e e d of C a n a n d a igua is spending t h e . week w ith M r. and Mrs. H a r ­ old Page of E a s t U n ion St. Paul and Freddie Peirson of Cousins S t. gre cam p ing a t Joy, an d will pick cherries. K e n n e th M elton of E a s t Miller St. e n te r ta i n e d several young friends a t a p a r ty a t the hom e of Mr. a n d Mrs. B e rnard R. W iebeld, E a s t Miller St., o n S a t u r d a y , Ju ly 27, in celebration o f h is six th birth d a y anniversary. M a ry S a n to r o of Cotton' Avenue celebrated h e r th ird birthday an n iv e r s a r y on S u n ­ day, J u ly 28. E d ith Wiltsei, d a u g h te r of Mr. and M rs. C h a r les W iltse of G e n e v a , an d g r a n d d a u g h ­ ter of Mr. an d Mrs. W illiam L. Brown o f W e s t U n ion St., won first prize, of $5, for th e best perform a n c e -4n , a children’s- program oveVWMBO, A u b u rn, last S a tu r d a y afternoon. E d ith tapped, sang, an d did a rope tap dance a s a n encore. Joyce Lee of C rosby S t. is spending several d a y s th is w eek a t Sodus P o in t as th e guest o f Miss Ellen K e m p e r a t the K e m p e r co ttag e on C h a rles Point. K e ith B r ill of L a n d o n Ave. sp e n t th e w e e k -end w ith his sister, Mrs. M a lcolm W ilson a n d Mr. W ilson a t S a v a n n a h . K e n n e th M e lton of E a s t M iller S t. u n d e r w e n t a tonsil­ lectom y a t N e w a rk H o spital) on W ednesday m o r n ing of th is week. Lola Fortm iU e r e n te r ta i n e d fifteen little girls a t a p a r ty on Tuesday, -July 30, in cele­ bration5 o f h e r six th b ir th d a y anniversary. ^ ------------------- o --------------- Happiness, Theme* Of Films Booked By Schine Shows T h e Schine T h e a te r E n te r ­ prises is tak in g th e lead in a move to bring to th e A m e rican public th e type of .pictures t h a t will bolster th e n a tio n a l sp ir it during th is period of depressing w a r conditions. According to th e com p a n y , civilians like soldiers b e s t carry on w h e n they possess a h e a l t h y m e n tal condition. F o r th i s re a ­ son th e Schine E n terp r is e s is pushing every effort to o b tain pictures a s e n te r ta i n in g as p o s ­ sible. E m p h a s is is being: p laced on th e a m o u n t of lau g h s in a picture an d film s th a t provide jm escape from to d a y ’s grim realities. In line w ith th is policy som e of the o u tstan d in g “lau g h ” fea­ tures booked for early - show ing a t both th e N e w a rk Capitol T h e a ter an d th e G e n e v a Schine T h e a ter are: G o ld R u s h M aisie, We W ho Are Y o u n g , I Love You Again, -Boom Tow n , H e S tayed for B reakfast, Cornin’ R o u n d t h e M o u n tain, Lucky P a r tn e r s , My Love C a m e B a c k a n d Boys from Syracuse. FAIR PLANS F a rm an d ru r a l people from ail p a r ts o t th e S ta te w ill h e a d fo r ' the New Y o rk W o rld’s F a i r on A u g u st 16 to p a r ticip a te in \F a rm W eek’’. A c cording to H e rbert P. K ing of T r u m a n s - burg, president o f th e New Y o rk S t a te Farm B u reau F e d e ration, th e low cost to u r will probably be th e l a s t o n e to b e operated to the W orld’s F a i r by th e farm bureau. Joining in th i s event are 4-H boys and girls from all p a r t s of th e state. “F a r m W eek” a t th e fa ir is especially designed for fa r m folks, a n d th e fa ir m a n ­ agem e n t h a s m a d e available special adm ission prices and m a n y special f e a tu r e s have been arranged for e n te r ta i n m e n t of guests, according to th e farm bureau president, Those Interested in th e farm bureau tour should co n tact th e i r county agricultural agents a t th e offices of th e county farm bureaus, he says. --- --- O ---- MAN IN CANAL. SAVED C apsizing in a row b o at. C a rl J. C u n n ingham w a s pulled to safety from th e B a rge C a n a l W idewaters last W ednesday by Ellis D e p o tter w h o w itnessed th e m ishap, according to a re ­ p o rt sent to th e U n ion-G a z e tte, Visit Paid Willard By Mrs. Richmond In Committee Role Mrs, G e o rge L. R ichm o n d of N ew ark m a d e an inspection tour of th e S tate H o s p ital a t W illard recently as 'm e m b e r of a com ­ m ittee rep resen tin g com m u n ity relations w ith the in s titu tio n . O ther m e m b e rs of th e group, all of w h o m were- appointed by th e S ta te C h a rities Aid Associa­ tion a n d th e S tate D e p a r tm e n t of W elfare, a r e M rs. T h o m a s J. B a rker of Ith a c a , an d Elm e r, W ayne of Seneca Falls. P u rpose of th e com m ittee is to provide a m e thod toy w h ich -per­ sons representing the cornm u n -: ity m a y observe a. m e thod by w h ich persons representing -the com m u n ity m a y observe th e in­ stitu tio n from an unofficial po in t of view and p r e s e n t sug­ gestions to th e h o s p ital an d to th e sta te d e p a r tm e n t o f hygiene in th e a n n u a l rep o r t dealing: w ith needed im p rovem e n ts, re­ ligious an d recreational Oppor­ tu n it i e s for th e p a tien ts, fam ily care, social service, clinic and parole work. As an (unofficial .group n o t connected w ith th e hospital, th e com m ittee also helps to create confidence in m inds of p a ­ tients, th e ir relatives and friends. — ---- —o-— -—— Bold Buck Benny Rides Herd Hard In Daffy Western Itls a h a r d riding, straig h t- shooting, tw o -fisted Jack B e n n y , a m ighty tough hom b re, who a p p e a r s - i n “B u c k - B e n n y Rides A g a in,” th e ^new e st screen ve­ hicle of th e I fam o u s film an d radio com e d ian, w h ich P a r a ­ m o u n t will p r e s e n t on Sunday an d M o n d ay a t the S tr a n d , P a lm y ra. W ild Bill Hickok and Billy th e kid w ere ten d e r feet by com p a rison w ith th e rip - s n o r t ­ ing buckaroo, th e te r r o r of the plains, th e m a d m a n of the west. B u c k B e n n y of B a r None. I t ’s a new .dynam ic B e n n y , w ith a scowl o n h i s face an d a g lin t in h is eye— a h e r o to every­ one except his valet, w h o h a p ­ pens to toe R o c h e s ter. R u s tlers quail a t h i s ap p r o a c h —th e y were p a id to quail and th e y earned th e i r money. R e d m e n cower, an d raise th e i r h a n d s furtively to t h e i r ow n s c a lps for t h e sam e reason. B u c k B e n n y rules th e ra n g e —th r o u g h extensive b r ib ­ ery. F o r “B u c k B e n n y R ides A g a in” tells th e story of a harm less, inoffensive radio perform e r, Ja c k B e n n y played by him self, w h o discovers t h a t h is girl f riend adores th e W est, and.- t h e only way to w in h e r is t o m a k e like H o p a long Cassidy. B e n n y ’s supporting cast in ­ cludes virtually all th e m em b e rs of his radio program . o-— -— ENGAGEMENT TOLD A n n o u n c e m e n t has been m ade o f th e engagem e n t of Miss Carol G r a h a m T u p p e r, d a u g h ter of Mr. an d M rs. C a t! T u p p e r of G rassm e re P a rk. R o c h e ster, to E v e r e tt Law rence G a r d n e r , son of Mr. an d Mrs. Edw a rd H a n s e n of E a ton Road, Rochester. G a r d ­ ner is a grandson of M r. and Mrs. Jo h n W alters of Colton Avenue. . : 0------------- FARNSWORTH REUNION The F a r n s w o r th F a m ily re ­ union will toe held a t P u ltn e y - ville on S a tu r d a y , A u g u s t 10, according to R a lp h G a rison, president. N o n -D e n o m inational B i b 1 e Class—w ith M rs. E th e l F ish - baugh as teacher, m e e ts every Tuesday evening a t 7:30 p . m . in th e Library. T h e Book o f Exodus is being studied in th e class stu d y of th e first five books of th e Bible. A n n u a l (Eastern S t a r P ilg r im ­ age—to Or}skany will t a k e place S a tu r d a y , A u g u st 3. N e w a rk ' C o n tract Club—will have a luncheon a t Sodus B a y C o u n try Club T h u rsday, A u g u st 8. Mrs.' C h a rles D r a k e w ill e n te r ­ ta i n with, cards a t h e r cottage follow ing th e luncheon. A n n u a l Picnic—of th e P h ila- th e a C lass of th e F i r s t B a p tist C h u rch, w h ich w a s to h a v e been h e ld A u g u st 7, h a s been p o s t­ poned to W ednesday, A u g u st 21. Fairville—M r. C h a r les M ichel­ sen w a s ill a t h i s hom e last week. T h e A u g u s t m e e ting o f the Fellow ship C lass will toe h e ld , a t the. church T h u r s d a y evening, A u g u st 1. Mr. an d Mrs. Clifford T a y lor an d d a u g h te r M a d e line a n d Mr. D a v id T a y lor of G e n e v a called on Mr. a n d M rs: F r a n k W eim er and R a lp h W e im e r S u n d a y eve­ ning. T h e r e will be n o services ' a t th e P r e s b y terian C h u r c h d u r ing th e m o n th of August. M r. W illiam F ischer is g a in in g slowly a t his hom e . M r. a n d M rs. H e n ry S m ith of Clyde a n d M r. a n d Mrs. Louis K a ller an d fam ily of L y o n s were din n e r guests S u n d a y of M r. and Mrs. H e n ry W itt. Sodus Center ■ Sodus C e n ter—M r..' an d ' M rs. B u rton C lark, Mrs. Jen n ie M ay an d Mr. H e n ry C lark of W ai- . w o rth and M r. a n d M rs. W a r r e n Boas o f R o c h e s ter sp e n t S u n d a y afternoon w ith Mr. an d Mrs. R o b e rt E, Boas. Mrs.. Florence E. Scofield an d Mrs. E a r l Ross of R o c h e s ter a r e spending a . few days w ith Mrs. M a u d e L. Sm ith. Edw in G id d in g s ' a n d d a u g h te r E linor of P i e r r e p o n t M a n o r spent th e w e e k -end w ith th e i r cousins, Mr, and Mrs, R a y C a s­ tor. M iss Alice Reed has. been spending a few days w ith h e r uncle and aunt, Mr. and M rs. : R u ssell Reed a t S tu y v e s a n t F a lls an d from th e r e m a d e a t r i p to th e sta te of M a ine, Mr. and Mrs. W illiam Feeley a n d Mr. and M rs . Irw in Apple - m a n o f R o c h e s ter sp e n t th e w e ek-end w ith th e ir p a r e n ts,' Mr. an d Mrs. R o b e rt E. Boas. BIRTHS ANNOUNCED Mr. an d M rs. Law rence M aslyn of Palm y ra a r e th e p a r e n ts of a son, born' on Tuesday, July. 30, 1940, a t N e w a rk H o spital, -------------o ----- ‘ --- ‘— It pays to read th e U n ion- G a z e tte Classified Ads. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express o u r sin ­ cere appreciation of tbe . m a n y expressions of sy m p a th y a n d kindness show n by n e ighbors and friends/ in o u r re c e n t bereavem e n t. ■ M r. a n d Mrs. E d w a rd V e rD o w e 3 L l t an d Shirley > C L E A N E R S “W h ere th e C h a rm of N e w n e ss is R e s tored” M e n ’s S U I T S a n d L a d ie s ’ D R E S S E S Beautifully Cleaned and Pressed Economy and De Luxe 49c 75c WE CALL AND DELIVER PHONE g g g 153 N. Main S t , Newark’ F o r tn ig h tly — will h o l d a luncheon a t L a k e c rest F riday. — — — o ------------- Newark Pair W e d In Parsonage Rites O rbaker—W h eeler N e w a rk — MlsS M a rion E: W h eeler, d a u g h te r of M r. an d M rs. H a rold W h eeler of New­ a r k , a n d Jo h n L. O rbaker, 207 B lackm a r S t., son o f M r. an d M rs, ^ g r n e liu s O r b a k e r o f New­ ark , were united in m a r r iag e on S a tu r d a y evening, J u ly 27, a t t h e p a r s o n a g e of th e M e thodisf; C h u rch, by th e Rev, F rederick M a u p d e r, T fieh\ a tt e n d a n t s w e re M iss Iren e P a r n e an d Jo h n B lan k e n - burg, tooth of Newark. T h e youn.g couple are m a k ing th e i r hom e in a n a p a r t m e n t in th e Chaffee Block, South M a in St. ------------ o ------ 25 From County Attend Camp for 4-H in Bristol Hills T w e n ty-five 4-H boys an d g ir ls from W ayne C o u n ty a t ­ tended C a m p L e tch w o r th in th e B r is to l H ills, th e W e s tern New Y o rk 4-H Club cam p w h ich Will close th is S a tu r d a y afternppn. W ell over 200 4-H ’e r s from 13 W e s tern New Y o rk counties w e re enrolled. Rev. G e o rge W ilson of M t. M o rris w a s cam p director and M iss T h e lm a F la h e r ty w a s a s ­ s i s t a n t director)* 4-H ’e rs from W a y n e C o u n ty w h o atten d e d th e first period from Ju ly 14 to 20 w e re: E s th e r Reed, S a v a n ­ n a h ; Jan ice B a k e r, M a c edon; G e raldine DeNering, M a rion; a n d P h y llis Kusse, W illiamson. T h e second week, J u ly 21 to 27 12 W a y n e m e m b e rs w ere in cam p . T h e y were: G e r a ld Colvin, D o n a ldlC p lvin, M ae Je a n Mc- W b a rf,- B ruce M a rsh, Kenyon M a rsh, L e land M a rsh, R ichard S a lisburg, H e n ry W e a therby, a n d J a n e t R e y n all of W olcott, a n d Jam e s R e a rson, M acedon, a n d R ich a r d and M iriam Sewell, W a lw o rth. Seven older m e m b e rs attended th e fin a l week, Ju ly 28 to Aug­ u s t 3 a s follows: G e r a ld W o o ster' a n d R o b e r t M ason of O n tario: W illiam W esley, M a r y .T h o m p ­ son, B e r th a R e a rson, an d James- M a rvin, M acedon, a n d A n ita Jean W e s t o f W a llington. P h o n e S i t Y r r S f o r I m m a c u l a t e _ _ M i G l e a n i n g ® ‘‘Nearest Thing to ^ y y ^ r . —; New You Ever r - A* * Saw!”w!’ 1 j Sa Look your b e s t on w a rm sum m e r days toy keeping your clothes fresh and spotless. Not only will you look clean an d crisp, b u t you will feel im m e a s u rably, cooler. Entire Washing and Ironing (E x c e p t W earing A p p a r e l) H a n d iro n in g of w e a r in g apparel b e a u t i ­ fully done fo r a sriiall additional d r a r g e . lb- — Telephone — Newark 6 4 5 or 646 & Launderers ‘The Cleanest Spot in Wayne County ”

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