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NEW A RK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, NOVEM BER 14, 1940 TELEPHONE 710 CAPITOL THEATRE PHURS. NOV M a tinee an d Eve. 14 IT'S H t S lk s IN THE HILLS! Miss M a rjorie L o o k u p w ith (M iss R u th H o ffm a n of DrK.alb Junction sp e n t the w e e k -end a t h e r hom e in M a rion. Mr. and Mrs. A lbert P a t c h e t were guests Sunday a f tern o o n of Mr. an d Mrs. E d w a rd Cook in Palm y ra. Julia an d Florence B u tts played , L ouise Shoales a t K e u k a College .a piano--duct. M r. and. Mrs. W a lter 'Mc­ K e n n a . Jr.. of Sodus spent S u n ­ day in M a rion. T h e P resbyterian Help U Class j ._. had. a supper m eeting W ednes- Miss M uriel G e e r and Jam e s ! d a y evening a t the hom e of Mrs T h o m a s -attended th e w e d d ing I J o h n R ich w ith Miss Erm im e of 'his sister'; M iss B e tty T h o m a s j W h ite an d Mrs. K e n n e th Jaggei of R o c h e s ter a n d 'J o h n K o c h of J also on th e com m ittee Sunday. Louise Shoales r e tu r n e d | flk I n l .. H I f t f : | . w ith th e m an d is, doing p r a c - i P lus E x tr a A d d ed A ttractio n — .On O u r Stage — THE PIN E RIDGE HILLBILLIES In P e rson 'W ith G r a n d P a p p y a n d H is Pine •Ridge H illbilhe R e v u e. F e a t u r ­ in g G r a n d Pappy, A rabella, A r­ kan s a s H o t Shots, Hi E lm e r, T h e o & Molly. Singing, D a n c ­ in g an d Comedy ih a R e a l H ill- bfllie Show.' LOOK FOR YOUR NAME A C a p itol T h e a tr e tick e t is. y o u rs—if your nam e is o n e ' o f th e five nam e s h id d e n am o n g th e C lassi­ fied Ads to d a y — o r you m a y use th e tic k e t for an y show d u r in g b a lance of th is week. Call fo r your tick e t a t U n ion- G a z e tte office. • MISCELLANEOUS VANTED — D isabled, h e a l t h y horses. H u m a n e ly disposed of. W a y n e M ink R a n c h , M a rion N. Y. P h o n e 10-F-3. e 3 l - t f O. it. Bloom. Newark U. I ' H IG H E S T PRICES for horses. cattle, d e a d or alive. E a r l M. ’ W e lc h e r & S o n * N e w a rk P h o n e 780. reverse call. u45-tf ATTENTION — T im e to o r d e r y o u r T h a n k s g iving turkey. ’ ABve— o r d r e s s e d r : ~ C i a u d e t R o c h e s ter. — C roueher, M arion: u44-3tp 4PPLEWOOD LOGS W A N T ED— W e a r e in th e m a r k e t for applew o o d logs. C a s tor, A p p le- » wood Co . T h o m a s R. S a s to r . N o rth Rose. N. Y. u44-4tp F'.sk Newark FOR SAIE PRIVATE S A L E - 15 U n ion St., M a rion Nov 14 th r o u g h Nov. 23. . P o r c h fu r n itu r e , g a r d e n tools, som e antiques, h o u s e - sm a ll tools and o th e r articles. Mrs. C o rnelius B lankenburg. u 4 6 - l t M acedon w h ich took place S a t ­ urd a y , Nov. 9, i n th e South P e r - inton C h u rch. M rs. Jesse C, Elve, w h o w as appointed as one of th e M is­ sio n a r y In t e r p r e te r s for th e B a p tist C h inches of the County spoke a t a m e e ting o f th e W o m ­ e n ’s Society -in th e Rose B a p tist C h u r c h on W e d n e sday a n d a t a sim ilar m e e ting in t h e W illiam ­ son C h u r c h on T h u r s d a y of th is week. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fowler-twill b e d in n e r guests th is T h u r s d a y evening of Dr. an d Mrs. H ilton S p e n c e r a n d fam ily in W e b s ter. M rs. K a th e r in e B rocK h u izen of Kalam azoo, M icin, called on Mrs. E lizabeth V a n C h loster an d Mrs. Jo h n Johnson on M o n d a y . Isaac DeWotf, w h o died a t h i s hom e in P a lm y r a S u n d a y , Nov. 10 was a b r o t h e r of Mrs, F r a n k Boss o f M arion. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob DeW olf a n d daughter, Elsie, an d Isaac DeW olf of O n tario visited re l a ­ tives S u n d a y in C h e shire. Mrs. S. B., C u r tis an d M iss M a rgaret C u rtis called o n Rev. an d M rs. G . E. F inlay in C a n ­ andaigua S a turday. Several p a r ties o f h u n t e r s from th is locality have m a d e expeditions to th e A d irondaeks since th e deer season opened. O v er last w e e k -end D a n V e r­ Plank, Jam e s W h ite, C a rl N o r- , tier, R o b e rt Nevil, M a rion S h ippers a n d G e o rge D eLaney were in N o rthern New York. A n ­ o th e r p a r ty including H a rry W estfall, T h o m a s F u ller, Jo h n F ich ter and Alvin Young h u n t e d from th e W e s tfall cam p , r e t u r n ­ ing M o n d a y night. Miss G r a t ia V a liance of H o n - eoye w a s a guest over th e w e e k ­ end of her sister, M rs. G e o rge B rem n e r. Mr. a n d Mr?. F r a n c is D e a n a n d tw o d a u g h ters were guests on Sunday o f M r. ah d Mrs. Neil P ieters in- E a s t P a lm y ra. Mrs. H a rold Fow ler atten d e d a bridge luncheon on W ednes­ day of this week a t th e M a p le­ wood Y.M.C.A. A u x iliary in i.i K. 3 John Vrt.i Ha.**..i FO R SALE: REAL E S T A T E - 155 a c r e s ; good o r c h a r d an d building; also electricity. i 52 acres: 7 a c .es apple*. 2 acres cherries 3 hen houses good b a r n s and house; also electricity 34 acres: 12 acres m u ck; good building w ith electricity G eorge L C h a p m a n , broker... P a lm y ra. L J Sweezey. s a lesm a n M a rion u45-2t HELP WANTED Female GIRL TO w a it on table. E x p e r ­ ience unnecessary b u t d e s i r ­ able. Apply anytim e a t T h e Onyx. S. M am St u 4 6 - lt Fre.j H.«>k .I.* Marion RAW FUR RAW FUR— H ighest cash p r ice paid for skunk, coon an d m ink K e n n e th W h ite. P h o n e 3022. M arion u 4 6 - t f - J a n 1 M r. a n d M rs. H e n r y L a w rence of N o r th Rose w e re guests on S u n d a y a t th e hom e of O rson C rane. M rs. R. S tan ley Rogers sp e n t la s t week a t the hom e o f h e r fa t h e r a t C r a f ts b u r y Com m o n , Vt. Mr. Rogers m e t h e r S u n d a y in W a tertoivn to r e t u r n w ith h e r o n Monday. M rs. Nella H e ller o f New Y o rk C ity Is visiting M rs. Adeline' C a s terto n a n d M rs. C h a rles Sey­ bold en route to P o r tlan d , O re­ gon. — M r: tn r r M ?sr T reU — V an”O r- tra n d drove up from Ft. H a n ­ cock, N. J.. S a tu r d a y to visit h is p a r e n ts in M a rion. V a n O s tr a n d h a s recently been appointed tec h serg e a n t. His fa th e r re ­ tu r n e d w ith th e m to F o r t H a n ­ cock th e first of the week. M rs. H e len C a rroll of. R o c h ­ ester w a s a gu e s t over the w e e k ­ en d of h e r d a u g h ter. Mrs. H. E. Fowier. M r. an d M rs. G e o rge B o e rm a n e n te r ta i n e d on S u n d a y M r. a n d M rs. M a renus B o e rm a n a n d Mr. a n d M rs. E rnest B o e rm a n an d tw o daughters. Mr. ah d M rs. W illiam J. W h ite, M r. an d Mrs. Lucieh J. Sweezey a n d M r an d M rs. Jo h n H e m ­ m ings atten d e d th e a n n u a l d in­ n e r celebrating th e launching of th e F a r m Bupeau m e m b e rship d r iv e w h ich was held th is year on the evening o f Novem b er 8 in th e dining room of t h e P resby­ terian C h u rch in P a lm y ra. T h e p r in c ip a l s p e a k e r was F. E. Rog­ e r s of W a s h ington. D. C.. w h o w a s tl>C first ag e n t in W a y n e C o u n ty a t t h e tim e of its o r g a n i­ zation 25 years ago. T h e M isses FARM WANTED WANTED— 150 acre farm , 10 to 30 acres muck. Will re n t or work on sh a r e 1 Have own E q u ipm e n t A d d iess U n ion- G a z e tte Box 14 u46-2tp PUBLIC H E ARIN G N o tice o f Public H e a r in g O n t h e E s tablishm e n t of a F ir e P r o tec­ tio n D istrict NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, th a t a public h e a r in g will be held by the Town B o a rd o f th e ~ ‘ A rcadia, C o u n ty of Sidney McMullen returned Sunday -from th e C lifton Springs -S a n itarium an d is im p roving steadily a t his home. M iss'B e th Snitzel h a s opened- a H a rper Method- Shop in th e room s above th e M ary Alin tea room . Mrs. H e n r y S c h o o n e rm a n h a s been confined to h e r hom e by illness-'the p a s t two weeks. Mr. and M rs. Jacob Covey an d two ch ild r e n of O n tario w ere guests -on S u n d a y a t th e hom e of G len Ressue. Miss M ay S h e rm a n is e n te r ­ tain in g t h e m e m b e rs of t h e C. Y. G . I. Club a t h e r hom e th is T h u rsday evening. a- M rs. N e ttie G a lusha o f F a ir ­ ville, Mr. a n d 'M rs. Floyd B lon- dell o f Z u r ich a n d Mr. an d Mrs. B. C. Coryell of R o c h e s ter were guests on Sunday a t th e hom e of F r a n k Tack. Mr. an d Mrs. How ard S ta r k en te r ta in e d a t dinner S a tu r d a y evening. Mi-, an d F r a n k .Jeffery, Mr.. a n d M rs. S'. C. Lookup,. M r. an d M rs. J . C. Elve, Mr. a n d Mrs. K e n n e th Jo h n s o n and Rev. and M rs. Jo h n J, Baker. Mr. and Mrs, W illiiam E. P e r ­ duyn and Miss E sther Perduyn w ere guests on Sunday a t th e hom e of G e o rge Perduyn in E a s t R o c h ester. Rev. an d Mi's. Jo h n J. B a k e r a n d Miss M a r g a r e t C u rtis a t ­ ten d e d th e m o n thly w o rkers’ conference for th e C h u rch School A d v a n ce program held- S u n d a y aftern o o n i n the Ba,ptist C h u rch in O n tario. Miss Frances K e n n e tt did not re tu r n to h e r school a t M o rris- ville an d Is now em p loyed i n the C o m m e rcial B u ilding in N e w ark. Mr. and M rs. Sidney Lookup a n d M r. a n d M rs. Miles B. D e an atte n d e d th e O. E. S. m e e ting id W o lcott pn F riday eve­ n i n g a t w h ich tim e H a rold M o r- g e n th a ler w a s installed a s Dis­ tric t G r a n d L e c turer by th e re­ tirin g officer F r e d H. Crum . Mr. and M rs. Milo Y o u n g m a n a n d M r. an d M rs. H a rold Russell apcTM rs. M a rie M o g ray of W il­ liam s o n le f t th e first of th e w e ek fo r N o r t h C a rolina an d Florida. M r. an d M rs. Milo Van Hall of G ilbertsville a n d M r. a n d Mrs. Judson Bailey o f A u b u rn w ere guests S u n d a y aftern o o n and evening of Mr. a n d M rs. Jacob V a n Hall. Mr. an d M rs. F. A. DeVoll o f R o c h e s ter w e re guests la s t F r i­ d a y of Mr. an d Mrs. H e n ry Davis. T h e T ri-class of th e F i r s t Re- feH n e d -G h a reh—m etr-on M o n d a y evening a t th e hom e of M rs. Iv a n Schoonerm a n . Mr. and Mrs. Jo h n V an Os­ tra n d and tw o sons of H e n r ietta sp e n t S u n d a y a t th e hom e of h is parents, Mr. arid Mrs. M. C. V a n O s trand. Mr. and M rs. S c o tt B. Curtis, w ill atten d th e m o n thly m e e ting of county w e lfare officers i n Ly­ o n s th is T h u rsday evening. Mrs. \William E. P e r d u y n en­ tertain e d T u e s d a y aftern o o n in honor of th e eighty-second birth d a y o f h e r m o ther, Mrs. M a ry Foster, th e following ladies: Mrs. R a lp h W ilder, Mrs. H a rry Price, M iss Nellie G e n th - n e r a n d M iss M innie G e n th n e r of Newark, M rs. George G u c k e r of Lyons, M rs. A n n a H u rlburt, M rs. Eugene S m ith a n d Mrs. An­ drew Luppold of Palm y ra. Mr. an d M rs. H a r r y H a m m o n d w ere a t th e i r cam p a t P a n t h e r Lake from S a tu r d a y afternoon to M o n d ay nig h t. M rs. Iva C a h o o n w ith Mrs. Jam e s S toddard of P a lm y r a and M rs. C laude Cooper of W illiam ­ son spent th e w e ek-end w ith M r. a n d M rs. D o n a ld Cahoon in Schoharie. The Ju n io r P h ilath e a Clas* of th e B a p tist C h u rch m e t on W ed­ nesday evening a t th e hom e of Mrs. Fred C a ttieu. Rev. Cornelius Lepeltak was a victim of th e grippe th e first of this week. Mrs. Bessie C lark and Miss tice teach in g for a tim e in th e \ M a rioh Ju n io r High Schooi. j Roscoe S. B u sh w a s oh a h u n t in g trip in th e vicinity of ! F o r e s tp o r t over th e w e e k -end, | M r. an d M rs. Leon S h ippers h a d as guests S u n d a y afternoon.; M r. a n d M rs. P e ter Zohneville, an d fam ily of R o c h e s ter, M r .: an d M rs, Orville Cook a n d fam ­ ily of E a s t W illiam son a n d Mr. an d M rs. Jo h n H e r m e n e t an d ■family, Mr. an d M rs. B u r d e tte Crou- c h e r an d son sp e n t S u n d a y w ith; -her p a r e n ts, M r. a n d M rs. A, L.; S m ith in O n tario. M r. a n d M rs. Jo h n D a v is a n d d a u g h te r of Sodus s p e n t S u n d a y w ith relatives in M a rion. M r. a n d M rs. A. L. b e a n a n d M r. ah d M rs. Sidney Look-up a t ­ tended a luncheon for th e p a s t g r a n d officers o f W ayne district, O.E.S. S a tu r d a y a t W o lf’s in N e w ark. ( T. A. W ilson is still confined to his hom e by illness. Mfs. H o w a rd W o rkley an d tw o : children Jo h n a n d E m m a Lee of B o livar sp e n t th e w e e k -end with- h e r fa t h e r a t h is hom e on Union S tr e e t. \ F r e d E ldredge h a s m o v ed in ­ to th e room s over th e post office. Jo h n Moon w a s hom e from Schenectady over th e w e e k -end. M rs. C lara S c u tt an d M rs. E d n a S c u t t have re tu r n e d from Syracuse and expect to leave th is w e ek S a tu r d a y for S t. P e tersburg, Florida. M rs. .P e te r J . V ah H all, Isaac A d riaanson, Floyd DuBois a n d M y ron C rane Were d r a w n as' tria l ju r o r s from M a rion for t h e term of c o u r t w h ich opened a t Lyons, N o v e m b e r 12, M rs. B. E. Luce left S a tu r d a y for Syracuse w h e re she will sp e n d th e w in ter w ith h e r d a u g h ter, M rs. M a rvin Jores an d fam ily a t 4J6 E u c lid Ave, M r. a n d M rs. G u y W i t t e r and M r. an d M rs. H e r b e r t W itter o f B u rtville, p.a., w e re gu e s ts over the w e e k - e n d of M r. an d M rs. W a rley W itter. IN School C a lendar Friday, Nov, 15,—5th grade a s ­ sem b ly program a t 1 p, m . J u n ­ io r and Senior H igh School A s­ sem b ly a t 3 p. m. Monday,. Nov. 18 — Young F a n n e r s Club ,at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 19—Boy Scout m eeting. T h u rsday and F riday — Thanksgiving Recess. H o m e m a k ing Club Notes At th e J a s t m e e ting o f th e H o m e m a k ing Club it was decid­ e d th a t th e club would a tt e n d th e Senior P lay \A a ron Slick from Punkin C rick” F r id a y n ig h t, Nov, 15, a t E a s t P a lm y r a . T h is will necessitate postponing i th e hike an d ro a s t w h ich th e ciub h a d p lan n e d for t h a t night. I t w a s suggested' th a t th e club work on a pro ject for th e R e d Cross. Jo h n J . Baiter. P a s tor S u n d a y M o rning W o rship a t 10-30. Thanksgiving; Service. Serm o n . “ G o d ’s F u ll H a n d .” Bible School ae>l 1:45. Classes for a ll ages. T h e ^ y o u n g people will m e e t in th e parso n a g e th is T h u rsday evening for th e i r F a ll p a r ty . C h o ir reh e a r s a l T h u r s d a y eve­ ning in the hom e o f M r. -and M rs, A r th u r Dean. Seniors t o R e p e a t Play The Senior play ‘‘A a ron Slick frofn Punkin C rick\ will be played again in E a s t P a lm y r a School on F riday evening, Nov. 15. M a rion audiences w h o saw th e play were en th u s iastic about - it. I t is a comedy in th r e e a c ts With never a dull m o m e n t, A a ron Slick played by M a rvirf H e rm e n e t and L ittle Sis Riggs played by Angie R ich w o rk to ­ gether to protect W idow Berry from t h e crooked s p e c u lator, M r. M erridew played by . G e o rge Eick. People w h o m issed seeing th e play i n Mario-n will have a n o p p o r tunity to go to E a s t P a l ­ m y ra F riday evening a n d enjoy a n evening of fun. T h e proceeds will be sh a r e d by th e S e n ior Class and th e E a s t P a lm y r a School. Miss E d n a L ig h t is d i ­ rectin g th e play. F I R S T REFORM E D CHURCH S u n d a y M o rning Service 10:30 w ith' se r m o n by the Rev, John M u lder of I n t e r l a k e n . No eve­ n i n g .'service. The. a n n u a l M ission T e a will be held in the church base­ m e n t T h u r s d a y , Nov. 14. in charge of M r s .- J a m e s Cam b ier, Mrs. A. B u s h a r t. Mrs, John -Hahcc, M rs. Ed B o e rm a n and M rs, C. E v e rett. ST. G R E G O R Y ’S CHURCH M ass a t 8: 30 a . m. M ass will be- c e lebrated on t h e first, tirird an d fifth Sundays a t th e early h o u r 8-30 a. m .; oh th e second and fourth Sundays a t 10;15 ,a. m . M rs. C h a rles Crom w ell M a rion— M rs. C h a r len e B o o th C rom w e ll died M o n d a y , Nov. jl. 1940., a t th e hom e o f h e r son, She w a s born O c tober 20, 1859. in W o lcott th e d a u g h te r o f B o r­ den a n d M a ry B o o th, a n d w as m a r r ied in 1879 to C h a r t s Crom well. T h e y resided for a tim e in W o lc o tt a n d la t e r in Lyons w h e re M rs. C rom w e ll Was active in th e P r e s b y terian C h u r c h and in H u m a n ity C h a p ter, O.E.S. o t w h ich sh e w a s a p a s t m a tr o n . F o r several y e a r s sh e h a s re­ sided w ith h e r d a u g h ter, Mrs. F r e d C r u m in M a rion. S h e leaves four sons: C h a rles, an d H a r o ld of B u ffalo, R o ss o f New O r leans an d A r t h u r o f R o c h e s ter: th r e e daughters, Mrs. H. S. Lozier of Lyons and Mrs. F. H . C rum a n d M iss Bess Crom w ell of M a rian. F u n e r a l services were held W ednesday afternoon' from the B p h e im F u n e r a l llo m e in Lyons. OLD % A N T E D HI(*HKSF <’A*H P ltlt'B phld for old U oekck to lit hum anely kitted. Fiiorie reverse to t.KSTKH B K \ - M-1TT I1’! K KW-JW. Holcomb* Ifefo r . V i . T o w n o f W ayne and S ta te of New York, a t th e Fairville School House, on ____ _______ the i9th day of N o v em b er, 1940, | p e a r ] Ferry of Lockport spent at 7 o clock. P. M_ standard t ,h e week-end Marion. Mr. f n i u ^ n l auestian\ 1 a n d M rs‘ E m m c tt C o rcoran and “Shall th e B o a rd of ’ I d a u g h ter of P a lm y ra spent Sun- • .. d e n or thn AT« m i Vi / my * n GET UP NIGHTS? WHAT TO EAT fruit*. nut* and milk. Ivrj- H « lc «tar<*licM a n d -m e a t, p r i n k lot* Of aoff n a t e r If keiinty. fre­ quent burning or off-color kidney elimination eauNio* diMtnrbed «leep, backache or rheum atic pain. Keep kidney* actU c . I np a kidney ewir euant. AkU any druKffl*t for 111 * KrKT**, lo u r -He hack in 24 hours If not pleaded. Locally at II. J. U lidhnck’N. th e Town o f Arcadia, p u r s u a n t I t o Subdivision 2 of S e c tion 170 of the Town Law, establish in said Town a fire protection d istrict to be know n as Town o f A rcadia F ire P rotection D istrict No. One, said d istrict to em b race all t h e territo r y in said tow n lying outside o f th e corporate lim its of th e incor­ p o r a ted Village o f N e w a rk, in said Town.” T h e above nam e d place of said hearin g com p lies w ith th e law th a t sam e b e h e ld w ithin th e lim its o f said proposed fire day at the Nevii home. Mr. and M rs. F r e d S a n ford m ade a condolence call Sunday afternoon a t the home of his uncle, G e o rge B. Reals, form erly of R o c h e s ter Who died F riday in th e Clifton Springs S a n itarium . M r. Reals w a s a skilled m u sician, a t one tim e a soloist in S o u s a ’s b a n d an d la t e r piayed in ' the P a r k B a n d of Rochester. He ta u g h t m u sic in East High School for t h r e e years- - H e n ry A. Davis has been spending th e pa.>t week in M rs. A b r a h a m V a lkenier M a rion—Mrs. J o a n n a S. Val­ kenier. w h o died S a tu r d a y , Nov. 9. a t h e r hom e on P r o s p e c t St., W iiliam son, w as b r o u g h t to th e M a rion cem e tery for b u r ial T u e s d a y aftern o o n . She w a s th e widow of A b ra­ ham V a lkenier w h o died about six years ag o a n d leaves three b r o thers, IViliiam , Jo h n and F r a n k F ish e r an d tw o sisters, M rs. W illiam M a rshall and Mrs. R o b e r t B o a s. Junior Sport Dance The Ju n io r S p o rt D a n c e held la s t F riday evening w as socially a big success th e r e being a fine crowd from M a rion an d sur­ rounding Com munities. T h e pro­ jec t w a s well su p p o r ted by A lum n i of recent classes and included th e following stu d e n ts hom e from school: H a rry Rich an d S t a n l e y . T e llier .from C o r ­ nell, M o n a H a m m o n d fronx M e c h a n ics In s titu te, Shirley S ta r k from R o c h e s ter Business In s t i tu t e an d Tom M o rrison’ from Oswego N o rm al School. (Ju n io r Class Officers included f Lois Johncox, p r e s id e n t; H enry B a ts leer, vice p r e s ident; M a r­ jorie VanGee, secretary and treasu r e r , and advisors Miss Amelia Vincella a n d M r. C a rle- ! to n T a rbell. T h e en tire class co­ operated in th is first p r o ject of th e year. ------------ o— ------- « FAMILY OF ELEVEN ( p r o tectio n - d istrict an d appears .W a s h ington, D. C. nmt :>11 C.lk<- * .VU.UmiK ,V VI hen n ** (AV. V-Jovi'SU. VVJion |)«rl- lj food* deiJiy, form ing isiiK, brin#in£ on so u r stom a c h o r , bloating, try a d u s r i k a . Qet it Dated: November 1, 1940. TODAY at yonr Ur ug -tore. u45-2t o f A rcadia be th e m o st cen tr a lly avail able place fo r s a id hearing. All persons in terested in the m a t t e r will be h e a r d a t such tim e a n d place.. EDW IN C. BOND, Tow n C lerk o f the Town Lewis W a rren Snyder M a rion—-Lewis W a rren Snyder- died a t his hom e on . S o u th U n ion S tr e e t, M o n d a y ” Nov. 11, w h e re he h a d been ill since a stroke of apoplexy last Friday. He h a d recovered from a recent illness an d w a s able to vote last week. He w a s born O c tober 25, 1860, in W a rren, N. Y., 'th e son of H a rvey S n y d e r, a n d m a rried Miss M innie L. C. Allen Novem­ ber 20, 1899, in R ichfield S p rings w h e re th e y lived u n til M a rch 1906 w h e n the fam ily moved to M a rion. M rs. S n y d e r died Ju n e 25: 1933, a n d a son B laine died in Ju n e . 1931 Mrt S n y d e r was engaged as long as h e a l t h p e r m itted in pain tin g an d paper hanging. He leaves a d a u g h te r V a rena Sny­ der, an d one son, V erne Snyder, an d tw o -grandchildren, Virginia and Alien Snyder of Utica. A b r ief service was to be held from Nye's F u n e r a l hom e this m o rning a t 9 o 'clock, an d l a t e r a burial service a t Jordanville in H e rkim e r County. ------------ -o— --------- Marion Club to Hear Talk on O ld Coins M a rion—T h e N o v e m b er m e e t­ ing of the M a rion H istorical S0- Mr. and M rs. H a rold R e y n o lds; ciety occurs T u e s d a y evening, ........ \ ’ ” ' Nov. 19, in the schooi library, Jo h n S. Rich, who is well in ­ form ed o n old coins will show his collection an d discuss t h is as a hobby. M e m b e rs and any who are in te r e s ted i n th e subject are asked to brin g in any old coins. , of Wai-worth and- Mrs. L ena j R e y n o lds of Palm y ra were I g u e its on S u n d a y o f 'M r . and | Mr s. K a rl M o rrison. I Mr. an d M rs. George Shoales j a n d Mr. ah d M rs. Durfee Young called on R u t h Tellier and Toxoid Clinic A ttention of p a r e n t s is again called to t h e second toxoid clinic w h ich will be h e ld in th e school auditorium . T h u r s d a y m o rning, Nov. 28, a t 9 o ’clock. ■ Assembly P r o g r a m The fifth grade will p r e s e n t a n assem b ly program th i s F r id a y a t 1 o ’clock for th e in term e d iate gi-ades. P a r e n ts of th e children ially\im Tited;~The r e - w iii be a sound movie for tfte Ju n i o r an d S e n ior H igh School assem ­ bly a t 3 o’clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. M a u rice J. Verduin, P a s to r S u n d a y 10:30—Divine W o r­ ship. T h a n k s g iving Service. S e r ­ m o n th e m e : A T h a n k s g iving Jub ilate. 11:45— C h u rch Scho'ol Session. T h a n k s g iving Program , Adult Bible, S tu d y th e m e : Jesus’ C o n c ern for Life an d H e a lth. The W o m a n ’s, M issionary S o ­ ciety will m e e t o n T u e s d a y a f t ­ ernoon, Nov. 19. at 2:30 o ’clock w ith M rs. C h a r les L. Seybold as hostess, and Mrs. Luelia Cliffe an d M rs. Lloyd H o llister as a s ­ sisting hostesses. T h e leader Will be Mrs. M a ry Deyo. Among the men. of the ch u r c h atten d in g t h e M e n 's-Presbyterian Ujnion a t Lyons on W ednesday evening w e re: C h a r les L. Sey­ bold. Jo h n S. Rich, Lloyd H o llis­ ter. E d g a r T . Luce, - R ichard B. Rogers and the Rev. M. J. V er­ duin. Marion Man Hurt When Car Crashes On Leaving Road M a rion—Jesse H a m m o n d is recovering a t his hom e o n th e Isaac A n d e rson farm from in ­ juries o b tain e d w h e n the c a r he wa-5 driving left- the road iri North M a in St. shortly a f te r 9 p in M o n d a y . T h e c a r struck a large tree in fro n t o f H e r b e r t B o e k h o u t’s house a n d crash e d -into the steps of F r a n k T a c k ’s hom e. H a m ­ m o n d w a s th r o w n in to th e re a r scicus. T a k e n to N e w a rk H o spi­ tal he w a s tre a t e d for severe bruises a n d t h e n 1 r e tu r n e d hom e. The car was b a d ly dam a g e d . H a m m o n d reported th a t he was driving n o r t h w h e n he w.as blinded by lig h ts and lost con­ trol of t h e car. S t. L a w rence is th e larg e s t c o u n ty in New York S tate, w ith an area o f 2.822 s q u a re miles. In New Y o rk S t a te la s t win­ ter 75,000 colonies o f bees died. Loss of the honey crop a h d re­ placem e n t o f th e bees cost the beekeepers not less th a n $500,- 000, it is reported. W , Ray Converse ATTORNEY AT LAW F i r s t N a tio n a l B a n k M arion, N. Y. H o u rs: 2-6 W e d n e sday of each week Firemen’s Annual Turkey Party Saturday, November 16, 8:00 P. M. Firemen’s Building - - inside FREE LUNCH Sponsored by Marion Fire Dept., Inc. M a n y poultrym e n control w in ter egg production by th e use o f lights i n th e p o u ltry l a y ­ ing house.. Cornell bu lletin E-411 -tells how to do it; single copies m a y be h a d free by New Y o rk State residents who write to til .New York State College of Ami culture at Ithaca, New York’ - - o — ^ . * It pays to read the Union-1 Gazette Classified Ads. 1 Storm Doors, Windows and Porch Enclosures will keep you snag! ~A' S to r m doors a n d w in­ dows pay for th e i r ' in s tallatio n in. hoth added com f o r t a n d decreased fuel costs. Now, a t th e s t a r t of fall, is th e tim e to have th e m installed! PHONE 3451 MARION LUMBER CO. DRAWING OF JURORS WAYNE COUNTY CLERK'S Of-MCE, Lyons, Nov. 7, 1940. Notice is hereby given that a panel of Trial Jurors, to serve as such at a Trial Term of the County Court to be held in and for the County of Wayne, a t the Court House in Ly­ ons, in said county, on Monday, the 9th day of December, J 940, at 10 o'clock A. M, will be drawn at the office of the Clerk of said county, on Friday, the 22nd day of November, 1940, at 10 o'clock, A. M. GRAS, A. NOBLE, 1 County Clerk. NOTICE OF ELECTION MARION FIRE DISTRICT NOTICE is .hereby given, that a Fire District ■ Election will be held in the Marion Fire District, .at the Fire Hall in said District, a t Marion, Wayne County, New York, on the 3rd day of December, 1940, at 7:00 o’clock P. M.; the polls to remain open for the receipt of ballots, from* 7:00 o’clock in the evening to 10.00 o’clock in the evening on said date, jfor the purpose of electing one Fire Com­ missioner tb succeed N. F. Groucher, for a term of. five years. MALCOLM BREMNER, Fire D i s t r i c t Sec v. J'- IVORY SOAP - n : 3 ; r „ 2 5 « . . . m ed. b a r 5c 3 g u e s t b a r s 13C CAMAY SOAP 3 b a r s 1 7 « CHIPSO Flakes or Granules 2 P & G SOAP 1 0 ban 3 5 * IV O R Y FLAKES £ 2 0 # Z sm. pkgs. 19c IVORY SNOW pm ,. 2 3 * 0XYD0L C 2 c pkg. 2 Igs. p k g s. 35c 2 sm . p k g s. 17c LAVA . SOAP 2 bars 1 1 # CRISC0 lb. can 1 6 ‘ 3-lb. can. 45c -6-lb. can 89c SELOX 2 2 7 c LUX SOAP 3 b a r s 1 7® LIFEBUOY SOAP \ ' 3 U r s 1 7 ® RINSO sr ss* 2 lgc. p k g s. 35c 2 sm . Hi GOLD lgc. l>kg. 1 8 * LUX FLAKES £ 2 0 * Sm a ll pkg. iOr FAIRY SOAP 3 bars 1 0 * SCOT TISSUE 3 „„s 2 0 * SILVER Pkg- 1 6 ® can * 3-11). can 45c- 1 9 ® lge. l>kg. sin. pkg. -10c S U P I OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE GREAT ATLANTIC b PACIflCjTA^®^

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