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SIX NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, .NQVEMBER 21, 1940 TELEPI Newark Union-Gazette THE MARION ENTERPRISE .HORACE GREELEY HOWARD - - E d itor an d Publishes P u b lished every T h u rsday a t N ew ark G r a n g e B u ilding, M ilier St., Newark, N. Y. P h o n e 7.10. •104' East A comm '! .d.i: *»,i >uui' V.iOS of Tho Now.trk I’nidn. pst-Hl>h>hi*<l in J S 7 -. and' hie Aftrtiir.in W rtU v i i.i-zr Mi\ e>! .rM islied tn 1SST. .i*. mvoii .1 nun. m .iitcf .it t;ht* New.nk, X. V, Postoliu'.o. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: , M.. $ hi. S-O By J O S E P H M c C O R D . A u d rey l.vughea softly as she said. I don't w o n d e r. M r , ’ Q u inn She's b r ‘'u a p r e tty con- ! s l a n t bot:'..; :o you I'd say. B u t I since y o u h e boon ,-.j unconi/- ! plaining about :t ai:. Miss Sw an 1 is going a.-k you to come iii for vU few in.n.itfs.\ A fi\v un ■.nrnls later they w e r e stan d in g a: th e sideboard, i ' A htrlo itoh.'.g cl constraint' B u t not surprised,” Jeffrey finished bitterly , \I guess I ask-, ed for it. , I w o n 't eohtC 't. of course. And there you are ” “B u t I c a n 't get at yet.” Vic­ to r pounded. ”1 knew th a t Olive was very m u c h averse to coming back to ParviUe. But I suppo.-cd she would be d e lig h ted to have cam e over them as they h e s ita t- . h e r fa th e r tak e you m .” ed w ith th e ir glasses poised. T h e ! -T h a t 's th e whoie point, Vic atm o s p h e re seem e d ch a r g e d , T h e vice presid e n ts' jobs were w ith a sudden change in th e ir all, taken and' I elected to start relatio n s h ip Victor felt it k e e n - ' m and le.afn th e business. I ly. He in e w th a t in som e way couldn't see niy w ay clear to th e y were closer th a n ever b e -1 take every o th e r aftern o o n off nd play a r o u n d all nig h t. Any fore. T h e re was a gentle.m -'s 111 Audrey'.- eyes when she lifted them to his t h a t ga\ e him a new th r ill cf h a p p u iess. \M any happy .returns, Vic \ '■'■ \T h a n k yoti, Audrey It's (ill been very beau tifu l, but I'm afraid it's Audrey followed him in to the hull w ithout 'p e a k ­ ing. Before saying good night Vic­ tor paused for a last look a t th e slim w h .te figure m the dim glow of the hall lam p Never had A u d rey appeared so beautiful 111 his eyes, so alto g e th e r desirable. “Tell me som e thing.\ he de­ m a n d e d in a low im p e tuous tone,, \have I I'm not slip ­ ping, am I\’\' A u d rey slowly sh .v k her head, “No. V:c You've been very sw eet ” W ith a sw ift :r._v• :r.fnt. lie cau g h t h e r nea.re.-i hand and pressed it softly to his kps. As if unable to tru s t him s e lf, he tu r n e d w ithout a word and left h e r sta n d m c there He wa.- w h isilm g happily w h e n he let him s e lf in his own fro n t door ar.d was about to extinguish, the lam p on the tab le wher. ne caught s.rh.t of .1 b it of paper _ A r.cie ,n his lan d lad y 's precoc h.andwrtt.-u; \M r Q u inn. \D e a r s.r. tne . j ; : r c;-tau c c w a n ts ysu Even if it is late w h e t; you get ,-nc .-av- ; \R e spectfully \M rs C a rckue A sher wav., m a tters kept .getting worse and worse u n til th e big bust cam e. I could have bought sal- • v a tion any tim e by turning gigolo or soinething. And t •couldn't ” \N a turally not. May I .ask • w h a t Mr. H a rrison thinks?\ \Oh. he took m y side right from the sta r t . He w a n ts me to stay on as if nothing h a d h a p ­ pened T h a t Brussels idea w a s sort of an easy o u t for me. But I c a n 't see it. of course.\ ! \W h y ? ” . \O h . m a y b e there is n o good ' ; excuse. B u t I c a n ’t quite dowii it for some reason o r other \ I The w a iter arrived at th a t point and th e subject h a d to be 1 dropped for th e tim e being The two m en ate in silence until Vic­ to r rem a rked 111 a eau-tal fa.-h- , ier.' H a d a very • p l e a s a n t time last evening at your house.\ \How are th e folks?\ ; \Y o u r m o ther d id n 't look so 1 th a t she h a d ; new S tu d e n t Council, h a v e in ­ stitu t e d stu d e n t governm e n t a t Newark. High School. THIRTY y e a r s a g o Newark U n ion-G a z e tte N o v em b er 19,, 1910 W ord lias been received from Albany th a t th e S tate C a n a l B o a rd lias decided 011 . a route f i r th e new B a rge Canal. T h rough l.vor..-. it will, tak e th e n o u h e r n route th r o u g h tlie fa ir grounds and in N e w a rk it will lake the so u th e r n ro u te .along t le pre en t bed of th e o}d capal, requiring rem o v a l of som e of th e business places . . . M rs. Delia 1 O lm sted an d Jacob C a ttoo were m a rried Nov. 12 . . . T h e Jam e s S. H o rton Co., m a n u f a c tu r e r s of •extracts, h a s been incorporated [w ith a cap ital stock of $10:000, D irectors are W. H. Nicholoy, Alice E. Nicholoy,.. a n d H. E.jNi'choJoy. W H E N T H A T M R . J O N E S T H E y F O R T H E D O C T O R ] A W A y OUR EX-MAYORS \Ve reckon, we'd better tell you. ; T h a t once a vear, each fall. ! t Our ex-M ayors get together. 1 In a sort of friendly braw l 1 To tel; of th e ir achievem e n ts. | W hen they had served, the term . And hc.v they ruted.^he city. W.'th .1 h a n d so strong and firm. j. By REV. ROBERT H. HARPER I T h e G reat T e a c h e r used the r p a r a b le of th e sow er to-illustrate ' th e different a t t i t u d e s 'o f thc-e ' FIVE YEARS AGO N e w a rk U n ion-G a z e tte N o v em b er 22, 1935 Mrs. A d e lbert Kelley, 54, ra th e r a difficult but she u w s t* si w in ter of it, ieS m u c h bet- \Lis'.en. fe. a ' Jeffrey laid down hio kr.iff ar.d to: k an d , They looked steadily tr.to his frie n d 's , eye ”1 k n o w w h a t you're leading As\ up to an d you m ay as well u n ­ d e r s tan d now th a t th e r e 's noth .L in t vvvk th e y held th e ir m e e t- I In a rare seeiudect place w- r.e free from ln t e m i p - t show e d ha> 1 .• trangcr face the m y stery of life th a t h a s gone 0:1 through ten thousand springtim e s. Likewise tlie gospel is th e word o f life to all who will h e a r an d heed: it is am p ly ad a p ted to th e needs of every m a n . And no excuse is left to him who h e a r s and- will n o t re ­ ceive. If he will n o t become an au to 011 South M a in St. Nov. 1 7 '. . . Avery N. N e w m an, 62, com m itted suicide by h a n g in g in his gas sta t i o n along th e W ide- w a ters . . . B o rn to Mr. an d Mrs, E d w a rd D u b ler, a d a u g h ter, Bev­ erly Ann, Nov. 15 . . . M iss M arie F a g n c r o f N ew ark an d Melvin a [M o rie of La F a y e tte. Colo., were All white 2-snap fa-stener. Will fit over Snow ta .19 Suits ‘'•inic in Imt.uii dj .mi DRY FEET MEAN FEWER COLDS mg doing, t h a t I dan done to my know w h a t D o n 't get th e idea Even In a few m o m e n ts a fam iliar j or how I dream e d of m a k ing it voice cam e to h i- gar \T h a t y o u . 1 up to them by becom ing a suc- Vic? H o p e I d id n ’t get you o u t 1 c ess a t som e thing. A h d now of bed \ ! t h a t 's all w a shed up along w ith \No Y. :: c a u g h t me gett.r.u : c “'.-e \ our m ayor could not , kr.Pvv w h a t I've 1 i f 11?' p^opv You ii never j n&d ^iO'inviRt*on I've paid for th a t . And th e >' had no 8inpd o t a t o r at-' To invoke th e invocation. They jp An I ■, ,:c get O: I ; ill W h a ts \ P len t y you. ah d stan c e s I r a : . down Can y to m c r r . w tv e., you p a r t way If ; \ I w a - p.ar..i:...g in the t o s t day :• m ake ;t tom jr: w I find vo-r \ \M ake k •: 1 Adams. Ao>a* .-.x ing around ' \Jeff v a:; \S u ie A tr.fir : a n o th e r ca-c t;. jam T h a n k s a lot seen, you W h en V .cto: Q .....:, in t o th e A d am - House glarmcd appr't- th e hue of nv : hogany W h m him, he had - a. m ight have or- by th is tim e he in shape for 1 fereu-e T o V m t . . .. r** lm p cccaoly ently .-obe: fiiliy a ' hi- b u t lie iojke tell us th e r e were ten of them . And quietness they did urge. W ith joined h a n d s and m o u r n ­ ful tones. T h ey .anp a funeral dir we., r ■me ip .\01 ;■ by n.e.i 1 d ra th e r \ .-• c .'in< up I can .Vat re snail ' Jeff You btlor.g there i d'-i.'t Oh I know you're gettin g ready to spring th a t one abmit : >' k.. iwmg any law All They set around :h . r > b takes is a l.ttle horse , hail -pr.-e no profe-.-iunal wizardry' 1 Anud th e deepest gloom. W r.at * m ere, Miss Annie seem s And aside from th e deep b r e a th to be getting well. It w o u ldn’t m 2 , surprise pie m u c h to see h e r back 1 . 10 k;: 1 w ould b for her old job. I t a cm c h for you I don't the ban q u e t Not a sound was 111 the room / * v ., h a n g - wan* fo '6-cm to be getttug soft. •Jeff. but. I c a n 't help th in k in g of ■ y ,v,r fath e r an d m o ther You've ■ r.o .dea w h a t it would do to -ppy J u , t j ’vvr. old mar. Be h:ur,r;f’d aar he r.s.veiv along at the m a - Jcffr.cy c a lh d • dcci a- if he drmkv.ig ar.d m ight , ot- be ‘ . tit\-’- ;ry c o u ­ th em them . I m ean. They attrib u te th e ir deep silence T o the fa r t th a t none recalled Any great deed th a t they had d me D u r in g ,th e tim e .th e y 'd been installed •Saw th e attem p t the bar flic r* nd-. ' 1 you0 S ;‘ J see vott ' •G lad i turned, -a. ■ g :. Ty. You 0 0 k a- w o rking hard W been d o .rv v ':'••, •. \Mi 0 Oi; I . 1 ; ; b e c o m in g a c a p ' a, try. B ‘ er, w : k ii.g f in-law for turned on c h a p afii * th a t I wa pots mid ■. I'm 1 1 1 t h e I've bom o u t of i> \T h a t \M a ib- h.ajs,aaj.ulat r t J' .t.Tri v « j - ciri. -ed ar.d ap p a r - He g r n m r d cheer- friy r d approaciied haggard ;r. spite of ,1 s.z.r.g un au g h 'd \All M icil'v g.ad to T h ink it over.\ “Not necessary, old m a n It's decent bf you Ju s t w h a t I would expect But th a t 's out No m a t ­ ter w h a t you do For th e p r e ­ sent. I'm staying aw ay from Parv.Ue. A fter 1 : all blows over, th a t wik be som e thing else I have no plans. B u t. believe it or not th is experience w ith H a r- [ rison's h a s given me a lot of icanfidenee in m y s e lf \ Look here. Jeff, we a r m to have th e cards m o stly face up : Why did, you call me last n i g h t 0 I Did you m erely w a r t to sp;i:° Or are you willing to have me . h e lp you if I car.0\ ' G u r - - it s a i partly h a b it ' Vic .1 was beginning to feel ! '' y ragged an d ■ I th.mtRrt-r ' m aybe you could brace up the I i-id m o rale a bit You have ” j \W h a t about your fa th e r ge . ting 111 o,i th is?'' (To Be C o n tinucdl good m a n . the fault will be his ' m a rried Nov. 12. I T h e tragedy is th a t m a n y do I n o t receive the w o rd an d th a t I m a n y who do differ w idely in ] th e ir attitu d e s tow a rd it and. m the corresponding results 1.1 th e i r own living and. C h r is tian usefulness. As th e r e are differ­ ences of soil in a field, th e r e are differences am o n g m e n o f back­ ground. train in g , tem p e ram e n t , a n d capacities. T h e seed falls 1 a .ike by th e w ayside, on rocky soil, am o n g th o r n s an d 011 good ground th a t brings forth a n , h u n d redfold. Jesus him s e lf ex- 1 piair.s this an d it is not neces- ! s.rry to dwell upon th e m e a n ing. ! T h e a ll-im p o r tan t th in g is th e application of the parable to ourselves, tooth for o u r own good an d for our C h ristian usefulness. Are th e r e th in g s in us t h a t need tu be changed, th in g s th a t need I to be rooted out, th a t th e good ; seed m a y have full fruition in And do we need. TEN YEARS AGO N e w a rk U n ion-G a z e tte N o v em b er 21, 1930 ! T h e Town B o a rd adopted ’a ! budget of $27,050 for 1931, in - 1 eluding $15,000 for tow n Welfare, j a ju m p o f $3,000 . . . G e o rge C. 1 Poulton. 61, form e r N e w a rk m e r- j ch a n t, died a t M a n a h a w k e n . N. i J. . . . N ew ark H igh's basketball team opens h e r e to n ig h t against Mynderse\. T h e first .string in ­ cludes DeYoung, Cam p b ell, P e i r ­ son, C h affee. C o rthais. H e a th. 1 Cam b ie r, C ritelli, Cook. Taylor, j Tack and K a u p p . . . c D u p h a ! Reeves h a s been elected to Nu I Sigm a Nu, honorary m edical f r a - tern ity . fo r creditable work at Syracuse U n iversity. j us? And do we need , as good They c l u e d th”e book.-, an d lock- [w o rkers ih the field, to u n d e r - od the door | s tand th e difficulties in th e way And drank, each one. a toa.-'t. . of others, th a t we m a y learn to F o r they can't . m o st alw ays, (overcom e them ? C e rtainly w h e n ' >me tim e s tell.. ] we faithfully try to help others, W hen they least expect ■ it 1 we should n o t be discouraged, .nos: for it is God w h o gives t h e in - UU EM IS ! crease. C h a f f e e ’s S h o e D e p t . T h e s e b o y s h a v e t h e i r t e e t h in o n e g o o d re a s o n fori h a v i n g a f a r m te l e p h o n e — i t g e t s h e l p q u ick ly in] a n e m e r g e n c y . A te l e p h o n e is w o r t h its k e e p j u s t f o r t h e p r o tec tio n ] it b r i n g s t h e f a r m f a m i l y . W i t h a te l e p h o n e th e r e 's ] n o w a s t e d tim e in g e t t i n g t h e d o c t o r w h e n h e 's ] n e e d e d in a h u r r y . W h e n y o u a d d to' th i s pfotec- j tio n t h e ' t e l e p h o n e ’s v a li n e a s a n e v e r y d a y help on] t h e f a r m , i t t o t a l s u p tq i a lo t f o r a little . N E W Y O R K T E L E P H O N E C O M P A N Y A Farm Telephone Costs O n ly 6 i to 10c a Day. W h y N o t Order Yours at the B u s iness Office'1 IM— TWENTY YEARS AGO | N e w a rk U n ion-G a z e tte N o v em b er 19, 1920 Silas S. Peirson, prom inent b a n k e r arid business m a n h e r e . ! died Nov. 18.- a g e d 80 . , . Silvio [ Greco ancl D a n R o toado have j purchased the m a r k e t in th e De Luca Building, N. M a in St., from | Joseph an d Coste D eM arco . . . I P rincipal Wm. E. Buck a n d th e ' O u r N e w F o r m S e r v i c e W a n t s t o h e l p Y O U ! A New U N I V E R S A L % o r F o r o n l y It’s very im p o rtant that you make the most profitable use of electric service o n y o u r farm. For this reason you w ant tOi k eep up-to-date on electrical equipm ent applications which can increase your p rofits— mal^e w o rk easier. it m ight 01 a fa.: id«>a me abruad fur a cha.itu aii opening in t!.» B ra <■;' an d I c .r i peak Ft ' i enough to argue fur o j : d u c t \ 1 “T h a t nou.id.- !i:i<- WL.at ilia ‘ M rs. Ca-ale th i n k 0 A.i set 1 1 s< w ith you I .-.uppo.,o \ \Nut rx a i l l y A.-> ^ n . a l l i ; uf fact. V ictor .'lie 1 n ’t h u t fur .1 a tlrnfi v V irfor f< it i.i. . . i k Soir.i tlvii'g wii-ng bi :wtL-r. U.v.> an d Jeff T h a t a i r juntetl fur hi. sum m o n s \D.i you <■ in tu te;; m e w h e re she la0\ he a ked quietly. • “ R e n a ..In residence \ T h e re was m o m e n t .' .silence, broken by V ictor's sym p a thetic. \I'm sorry \ 'e Ihope i t i s n ’ t y o u r k o u s e ] MINNIE F. SNYDER Phone 244 .. Masonic Bldg. \ “~RepreientlnB THE TRAVELERS, H.ri/ord “■TYuFnew FARM SERVICE DEPARTM E N T has been organized for the one main purpose of h e lping you d o this. Representatives o f this departm ent will spend their tim e calling on our farm Customers, bringing them impartial inform ation about electrical equipment and many practical and tested uses of electricity. If you a re considering any new electric equip­ m ent and want inform ation as to where to get it,w h a t it will cost and what it tan be expected to do for you— If you have any questions at any tim e about any phase o f electric farm ing—please ask us. F. HILEIK E R . D..,ti ick itcp r e s o n tativ e , Clyde. N Y DO YOU HAVE ANY ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS? 1 Wiring I i Lighting : N f i incubators I ‘ Ijrooclgrji — - - - - - - _____ _ — I ], P o u l t r y W a t e r W a r m e r j W a t e r P u m p s l 1 I r r i g a t i o n f i S o il H e a t i n g j I M i s c e l l a n e o u s H e a t i n g I I M e c tr ic M o t o r s \'J M i l k i n g M a c h i n e t ’J M ilk C .o o lc r ( J D a ir y \ V a t e r H e a t e r T l D a ir y S t e r i l i z e r □ C l i p p e r s I I y ^ h t i l a t i n g F a n s Q \F.lectric F e n c e [ j I[le c t r i c - R e f r i g e r a t p r ( I Iv le c tric R a n g e [ J F lc c tr i c W a t e r H e a t e r JUST CUP THIS AD C h e c k flic ite m s y o u Avish in f o r m a ti o n A b o u t' a n d m a i l t o F A R M SF.R V K U D E ­ P A R T M E N T , N E W Y O R K S T A I R E L E C T R IC & G A S C O R P O R A T I O N , YORK. 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