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Newark union-gazette, the Marion enterprise. (Newark, N.Y.) 1939-1941, September 05, 1940, Image 3

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“P H O N E 7 TO- M W a M U N l6N -G A Z g ffi:-M > T M S B A Y ; S g f M t i g m i ; 14#: Sf.iDU REFORMED _,. jj . DeYoung-, Pastor Eiar sprvices next Sunday jg at 10:30. Sunday | at 12. Chris tlian Endedv- 16 is. Evening service at 1-Classis of Rochester wil) |in the church of Clymer , Tuesday and, Wednesday |tt week. The pastor and: DePuyt are delegates Ihis church. Non-Denominational - B i b l e Class—With Mrs: Ethel Fish- baugh as teacher, meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. in the Library, The Book of Exodus fe being studied in the class study of the first five books of the Bible. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE is the subject of the f-Scrmon in all Churches list. Scientist, on Sunday, jabcr 8. The Golden. Text The Spirit itself beareth : .s.it h our spirit, that we le children of God, and if |n . then heirs; heirs pf and joint-heirs with ” (Romans 8:16-17.) [local services, are Jield at | rncr of Mason and Sigh 11 a. m. Sunday School [15 a. m. Wednesday eve- neeting a t 8 p. m. Inesclay afternoon the Tare open from- two until br the purpose of reading Obtaining literature. All 1st welcome to attend our |s and visit the reading 1ST BAPTIST c h u r c h jo (fore C. Meyer, Minister -- ^ay. 10:30 a. , m . — The at worship and study, nnual exchange of pulpits held by the pastors of Baptist Churches on ■y. A visiting pastor will J the message during the lof worship. The topic for lult and young people’s de­ tents dm’ing the ichurch hour will be “Inviting K to worship God”, lav, 7 p. m.—Choir He­ ll. Inesday, Sept. 11, 2:30 p.m. In’s Fall Rally a t the Rose It Church. EDEE.UER LUTHERAN [tram Dallmann, Pastor rices: Sunday a t 10 a. m. Bciai arrangement the ser- ivill be held a t 10:00 o ’clock ly morning ‘instead of the [time. [Sunday School will reoper? Inday, Sept. 15, a t 10 a. m. I prospective members of pr.hrniation Class will meet pay morning at 10 o’clock Sunday School Room. : Men's Club will meet on” evening of next week. ETHODIST CHURCH 'rederick Maunder, Pastor President has set apart ly Sept. 8, as a day of |r ior Peace for our Goun- |The service at 10 o’clock le Methodist Church will cly observe the day. A11 ns of our Church and con- pion are urged to be pres- i well as any who have no [ church affiliations, i Sunday School is held a t ■lock. j-Week service is at 7:30 hursday evening. fclANUEL EVANGELICAL Falter H. Kuhne, Pastor |day Morning Worship Sermon: “Privilege In- . -T«-^pon<ibtHr _ \ |! 11:15 a. m. Christian Ivor 6:30 p. m. Evening J)ip 7:30. Sermon: “The ■of Bad Men with a Good May. 8 p. m. — Albright lerhood meeting at the Ih. pnesday, 7:30 p. m.—Prayer ag. Ladies’ Aid Society — of th>. Emmanuel Evangelical Church wiii meet Thursday, Sept. 5, •ttoday) at 2:30 p, m„. .at the home of Mrs. Manlius Burden, Those wishing to ride are .asked to meet at the church at 2:15 p. i*. ■Groups 11 and: —September meeting and picnic of Groups l l and 12 of tht Missionary Society of the. Parx Presbyterian Church will be held at the hom- - oi Mrs. Lillian Gfeule, Friday, sept. 6, a t 2:30 p. m. Members are ask­ ed to bring their July and Au­ gust envelopes, one dish of food, rolls and table service. Queen Christina Court, Order of Amaranth—will hold their first meeting after the summer recess Friday evening, Sept. 6, at the Masonic Temple, Geneva. All Newark members are urged to attend. Philathea Class—of the Meth­ odist Church will hold a picnic at the home of Mrs. Fred pikins 'today- (Thursday). Business meeting will be held at 3 p. m, Supper will be served a t 5:30. Members are asked to bring dishes and a tureen. The committee will furnish meat and potatoes. Women’s Christian Temper­ ance Union— will meet a t .the home of. Mrs. Grace Mather, 516 North Main St., Thursday, Sept. 12. Election of officers will- take place. Opening of Mite Box of­ fering. Ladies’ Aid Society—of the Methodist Church will hold their September luncheon on Sept. l l from 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. Women’s Civic Club—will hold its regular meeting tonight at 7:30. Newark Contract Club— will meet a t the home of Mrs, L. H. Van Tassel on Thursday, Sept’. - Ever-Ready Bridge Club— was entertained on Tuesday after­ noon a t the home of Mrs. Car­ rie Burcroff, West Miller St. Auction Bridge Club— will meet Thursday with Mrs. Harry Walters. Ever-Ready Bridge Club—will meet next week Tuesday with Mrs. Willard BufgeSs of Arcadia. Amitie lOhaptdr, O.U.S.—Will hold its first meeting after the summer recess-mf - Wednesday! Sept. 11, in Maspniq Hall. I t will be Constitution Night and the regular meeting will follow the 6:30 tureen supper. Rolls, meat and coffee will be furnished. Members are resuested to bring one dish of food and their own table service. ARK PRESBYTERIAN / W, R. Sanderson, Pastor [May. 7:30—Choir re- Iday. io a_ m.—Church lJ 11 a. m. — -Morning |h Service. Pday. 6T30 p. m.—The New Troup of the Missionary So- 1*111 hold a tureen supper r riiurch. ' Methodist Group Hold First M eet . meeting of the vtmea Woman’s Division Otbtian Service of the Pdt!t Chunch will take [at 1:30 p . m„ Wednesday, L *. at the church. F: Houghton, wife of the pt superintendent, Will be peaker arid during her talk FPlain the workings of the Ihlantzation. ' jibe ladies of the church Wed to be present to help mis first meetnig a suc- > w f G M T a k e s sifi’on in Virginia Lura Radder, daughter Mrs. R. R.. Radder of pnd Ave., -has accepted a F at Alpha Hall Nursery ■Warten a t Arlington, Vri. .Radder attended Newark fen* ,Was g raduatedirom |J ™ al College of Educa- Pvanston, ill., fast June. Newark Chapter No. 117, Royal Arch Masons—will resume regular meetings for the fall season beginning Monday eve­ ning, Sept. 9. Charles W. Burgess High Priest. American Legion Auxiliary, August Mauer Post—will hold its regular meeting this evening (Sept, 5) at 8 p. m. in the Post Rooms. ----------- o ----------- BIRTHS ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. James McNeil of Sanford. Florida, announce the birth of a daughter, .Carol Diane, weighing 7 lbs. and 10 oz. bom on Sunday, August 25, 1940. Mrs. McNeil was the former Marion Yost of Newark, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. George Paton of Elmwood Ave. are the parents of a son. born on Wednesday, AUgUSt 28, 1940, at Clifton Springs Sanitarium. Mrs. Paton was Miss Doris Goldsworthy be­ fore her marriage. Mi-, and Mrs. Charles Flanders of Newark, R A 2, are the par­ ents of a daughter, Margaret Joanne, born at Newark Hospi­ tal on Thursday, August 29, 1940. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Francis DeBarr of 105 Cooper St, are the parents of a son, Edward Fran­ cis, born at Newark Hospital on Friday, August 30, 1940. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Victor Ames of 9 Osborn St. are the parents of a daughter Lillian Viola, born on Wednesday, Aug­ ust 28, 1940, a t Newark Hospital. Mr. and Mrs.. Bert Little of Palmyra are the parents of a daughter, born on Saturday, August 31, 1940, a t Newark Hos­ pital. and Mrs. Frank Hornbeck of Newark, R. D. 2, announce the birth of a .son, on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1940, at Newark Hospi­ tal. • . : Engagement Told Of Clyde Girt to Daniel B, Chaffee The engagement of Miss Bari bara Holmes Van der Meuien, daughter of Mr,, and Mrs. R A. Vail der Meuien of Clyde, to Daniel, Bronson Chaffee of East Orange,. N. J., son of Mr. and: Mrs. Audley B. Chaffee of New­ ark, was announced Sunday at a buffet supper given by her p a r - , ents, in their home. Miss Van der Meuien was. graduated from the Katherine Gibbs School in New' York City and Syracuse University, where she was affiliated with Kappa Alpha Theta. Mr. Chaffee, a n . alumnus of Colgate Uftiversity and a member of Phi Kappa Psi. is connected with the New York branch of the Columbian Rope- Company. Those attending, from Newark were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chaffee, Mr, and Mrs. Richard B. Chaf­ fee, Mr. .and Mis. Russell Beck­ with, and Benjamin DeYoling. _ O' : --- r Evangelist Series To Start Tuesday At Local Church * i A series of prophetic-evangel­ istic- services by the Rev. More-, ton F.' Soruby of Dayton, Ohio, will/be opened at 7:45 p. m. next Tuesday, Sept.. 10, in the Chris­ tian and Missionary Alliance Chtireh, 237 East Miller St., 'and coritiaue through Sunday,-Sept-. 15. Rev. Scruby, who' conducted a successful series ofcTme&tings here a year ago, is returning, by request, according to the RCv, Thomas Wilcox, local pastor, who will conduct song services during the series. Topic for Rev. Scruby’s open­ ing talk is \The Mad Ride of the Four Horsemen of the Tribula­ tion^ while on Thursday he will speak on “God’s Greatest Front Page Prophetic News\. A general mass meeting will be held a t 3 p. m. the filial Sunday, with .the visiting evangelist speaking oh “Will America Have a Revival Before Christ Comes?” JUNIOR JOTTINGS Donald Crowley of Grace Ave returned home Monday after spending, ten days, with his mother in Rochester. Albert and Carmeila Bailey,, : children of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Bailey of West Union : St. bad .their tonsils removed . at Newark Hospital We tines- day. Diane TanSley has returned to her home on High St. after ! spending, the summer with her grandparents, Mr., arid Mirs, W. Tansley of Port Elgin, On­ tario, .Canada. Thelma Jane O’Brien of. Oollon Ave. entertained sev­ eral friends at a .birthday andamatiriee theater party on August 2f, * in celebration of her ninth birthday anniver­ sary. Joan McDougail of East, Mil­ ler St. .spent several-days' last week in Port Gibson visiting Cherie and. Betty Burcroff.' Jean—Buck • returned'—last week to her home on .Elm St. from Rbme, N. Y.,,\ Where (she has been .spending some, tim e as the'guest of\ her' uricle, Frank Kriel and fainily. —— —o . • Local Women’s Club Starts Fall Program A board meeting of officers and the committee chairmen of- the Newark Business and Pro-( fessional Women’s Club will be1 held Thursday evening, Sept. 5,, at the home of Mrs. Marylou Donaldson Hinehm,an on Lin­ coln Road. * The first Fall dinner meeting of the club will be held at Wolf’s tea room,. Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 6:00. CARD OF THANKS Mrs, Mary Kellogg, and family desires tp express their grateful appreciation for the flowers, auto service arid many expres­ sions of sympathy received from neighbors and frends in fheir reaent bereaverrient, u36-it p -ideal 0mrcMmktii •• , G e t Diocese Posts The Rt,. Rev. Bartel H, Rejn- '■ heimer, Bislipp’pf ffie Fjplscopat Diocese of Rochester has ln.-!-; eluded two residents ‘of Newark iri his list of'.departm ent 'an d 1 committee appointments for the' 1940-41 Church''year.. Prom the rnem'hership of.'St. HEADLINE NEWS! E. Emefsbn as ehalfman of the 'Departmerit of Finance and Robert S. Bloomer to’ member­ ship on the Departmena of Evangelism arid Devotional Life. . r, Uncle Ab says don’t give,a lot of friendly advice if. you expect to keep your friends. * ENUAGEilENT ANNOUNCEI>. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Palmer of Paterson, N.. J.,, formerly of Newark, announce the engage­ ment of their daughter Emily to Howard E. Habieht, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward ft, Habieht of Clifton, N. J. The wedding will '.take place in November. It jfays to read the trrtiott- Gazette Classified Ads. i t costa tvo more to call u n d e r t a k e r s with nae .ot • — . RESIDBXCE PU-VERAI, HOSfXI at .-no. ^ Established 68 Tfiata A (o, STO0K-YOP-PAMTRY-SALE NEW 19^0 • PACK QUALITY N. 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