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Mrs. Nicholas Sarantis of: Wesk Miller. St, is spending the. weekxswiun - relatives in Utica, N Y \ / Th» Rev and Mrs. Theodore C.. Meyerjof Ea-st-M-iller St. at­ tended\ tlier--Wayne - Cottnty Baptist Ministers’ Aesociation- ai meeting o a MOifday of this- weel^ a t Palmyra. .' Mi^ randlWrs.' TdMi Thomsen “ of Gia.ce Ave, were New Year’s Eve guests at the home of Mr. and Mis Bon Matthews, Roch­ ester... : . West Pearl St. and Mrs. Lloyd M, .Gay of North Main. St. were the guests' of Mrs. William Aurand in South Butler last week Thursday. Mrs. Lester Zornow is ill at her home on West Miller St,-' Mr. and Mrs. George Van- derbroqk of Spdus entertained .at;, a farewell party Mast Sat­ urday evening at their home in honor of - Mi', add Mrs. Syl­ vester Hall of Rochester who .hrfe-Iedving -torJFlorlda Tcua.tha. 'winter. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Slater arid\ Mi', arid Mrs. John Vander­ brook of Newark, Mr; and Mrs. August Vanderbrook of Sodus, and .Ralph Vanderbrook of Watertown. • Francis Hall left last Wed­ nesday on a business trip in the interests of C. W. Stuart and Go. -■ • Miss-Warifift .'Vanderbrook of Stuerwald Ave. ahd Dr. P. J. ^.L^ngenstsin of Mason, St. 'spent-the Week-end in Water­ town visiting Miss' V ander-. brook’s brother, Roger Vander­ brook. . Mrs! Edward Doane. of West Union st, entertained twenty friends at a New Year's Eve party at her home. H. M. Howard and son, Whitney, of West Union St. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs'.' H;’G, Howard of West Mil­ der -Rt. on-New Year’s' Day. and Mis. Charles Douglass,, of Palmyra. Neil Goldsworthy ’of North Adahis, Massachusetts, is spending the week w itlu his parents,’ Mr. air’d - Mrs. George Goldsworthy of Charlotte St. He will return on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wells- WQOd of Fulton, N. Y., spent Saturday aftefhoon with Mrs. ■Elia Rice and faniily. Mi-. Charles H. Berger and daughter, Miss Marian Berger of Church St.. spent New ' Y ear’s Day in Pheips, the guests of Mr. ,ahd Mrs. James F. Cudebec and daughter, Bar­ bara Mrs. Addie Woodhdude . of , .Mr. and Mrs. Fay Pitts of East Union St. entertained at a family dinner on' New Year’s Da? Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Pitts and son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Orion Pitts and daughters Qnalea and Joane, ,and son, Edgar, Mr. and_ Mrs. .Albert Pitts,. Mr. ,-and Mrs. Laurence Riee, and Mr. Charles Horn- beck, all of Newark, and Mr. A [124 W MILLER ST. BERNALD C. BUSH, Mgr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomsen of West Miller St. •entertained several friends at. their home on Tuesday evening ,ih honor of the birthday anniversary of Frapk Lynch. Ml’s. Wiljiain L. Brown has been confined to her home on West Union St. by illness. Mrs, Jennie Reed of Madison Ave. spent a few days last week, with M r,and Mrs.. F ran­ cis Clark at Sodus. Miss Mildred DuBois of Ma- sori St. entertained her sew­ ing club.qh Tuesday, evening of this week. The Rev. and--Mrs-. Malcolm Cronlc o f Grand Rapids, Mich- gan, who have been visiting. Mrs. Cronk’s parents, Mr. and] Mrs. Frank Bartleson of West Miller St. left SuncPay after­ noon for Houghton, N. Y_ ac-f- E v e r y C o a t * p5t a single m o d e l can rem a in in stock L — and w e ’ve m a r k e d prices low en o u g h to assure action. ; Now 22-88 Reg. 30-00 ^ Now 1 2-88 Reg. 16.98 ! Now g,88 Reg. 12.98 Fur Trims and Tailored models. An ' extraordi­ nary value at a ridicu­ lously Low Price! companied by Mr. Bartleseii, . Mr. and .Mrs. and -Mrs. > Cronk returned to. their hotiie In Grama Rapids, on Wednesday. Miss Anna Jane Ree.d\ r e - 1 turned to ' her studies', a t ' Houghton College' last'.,,’ ''’ Thursday .after .spending holidays with her parepis find Mrs. Clark Reed pi-T son Avenue. ’ ' . Miss Maxine,, Foltz _ of Rdst Union' St., 'apcdi*p’a>hif4 by Miss Edwine Jones Of .South Main St., spent’ ^ New - Ye.ar’s with Miss Foltz’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Foltz in Corn­ ing. Raymond Mussack returned last week to Plattsburgh after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mfs,-..'VY L. Mussack of South Main St. , Mr. and Mrs. John Thomsep of Grace ‘Ave, called on Fife; and Mrs. Walter Merkling ( | Oswego, N. Y., New Year’s Day. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Agius afi$ son’spent'a few da^s'fa’SfH^M in Newark. Mr. Agius,- - an\ architect'; Tibife” over the Hicks,'store for the new addition to' the-Montgom- 5 ery Ward store.' , MrsVTfvin’g Ham^i of/jffilton | spent Tuesday .'ar$,/Wednes­ day w ifi M'S- Herbert Barne’s of Hpffman -St. and Mrs. Neola Bijownrrfg of Church St. •« .a u . Private 'VJ-aeeat- Jfones ^ o i Madison . Barracks, S.acketts Harbor, N. Y-, and . Arnold Barnes of Clyde, spent* New Year’s with Mr. and Mrs, Her­ bert Barnps-ef Hoffman'St. . ■ Brinkei'hoff of East Union St. Miss Jeanrie.'Malone, who had been spending several days in Newark visiting her grand­ parents, returned home with them. - ’ , , was formerly a., stenographer at,j ! the Newark- State School. .'She was married, in April. 1938. Mrs. Charles Davis, who has been ill a t her home oft'High St., is reported to be improv­ ing. Earl Powell of Newark, R.D., is ill at his home. (Continued in Second Section) BIRTHS ANNOUNCED Born to Mr. and Mrs. George C. Weiss at the Sodus Hospital on Saturday, Dee. 28,1940, twins, boy and girl, .Charles George, 6 lbs. 14 oz., and Shirley Joan, 6 lbs. 7 oz. Mrs. W ets was the former Hazel F. Longrod. She , Mr. ahd. Mrs. B'fuce Padl; Clark of Blossom Road are the parents of a 6 pound, daughter, Mary Adelaide, bcvn at Strong Memorial Hospital'., Rochester, on Monday, Jan. 6 . 1941.. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas DpLooze of 617 South Main St: \arte the: parents of a daughter, Shirley Anne, born on Tuesday, Jan. 7, m i: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hance of-Marion have named their daughter, born at the Newark Hospital on Mond.ay, Dee. 30, 1940, Lucinda Mary. Mrs. Hahce wa'S the former Florence Y-Oung of Marion.' JA N U A R y CLiEAN-UP S A L E ! T r a h s te n yoiir parlor ihlo a beautiful 18th Century drawing room with this ehaumng Waes- terfleld group. Super-sd&less construction and styled to the mj^jutP- with new stnpeav-telput. Ex'creiismt 'tt'OTlc?- '*•’ niaiisliiu,'- t-iie- M * k e 5 ‘ 's a rik j doWmt hard*1;? wood' frftbes.'.,te-J f i t e ■ tailored, nplvoi-. M»r$, 's £ Pieces • • o-niy^ STUERWALDS Opp. City Hall .ARCADIA DBF i Rev B. DeTOun Regular services i moiningmt 10 30 Sv At J 2 * Cliristi^n. Endeat With special speake service at 7 30 witl ; speaker concluding prayer- ©n Friday evem sweek there will be £ vice for prayer \ Monday the J! “Congregational mea tiop o f officers and members 'are urged rsent,—- - Yes. these are \WantAds!\ They show you hovr to satisfy your wants at ridiculously low prices! ? A u to A c c e s s o r ies ■Miss Marian Berger of Church St. will have as her guest for the week-end Miss Betty Allan 'of Rochester. Miss Jean Stott left Satur­ day to resume her teaching duties .at .the Orchard S'chooh Indlaitapolte, Indiana, %pfiei: r spending the holidays' with her parents, Mr. and Mr§. Earl R. Stott of South. Main St. • ' o f Ladies9 D resses Now 4 . 8 8 Now 2 ‘S8 Regular 7.98 Silk Crepes and Wools Values to 7.98 Wools and *Silk Crepes. Now % .9 9 Now 8 S 4 Values to 5.98 Corduroy, Wool and Crepes Regulaar 1.98 Printed Spuns and Rayons Ladies’ Hats 9 9 ^ Choice of any Hat in the store. Values to $2.98 Mdjud. Hosiery ‘ OS' Group of 2 and 3 thread. Reg. $1.00 Quality. Miss Susie Reynolds return­ ed Monday tocher home on Mason St. after spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. p . E. Avery, and Mr. Av.ery., .in. Watertown. AUTO HEATERS IN THE SPRING . . . do not make us laugh and sing! Because we know they’ll be kick­ ing around the store all sum- rsrtir er sell ’efn out right now at a give-away price! Altogether, we’ve got just 17 hot-waiter auto heaters in stock. They’re all brand new, the motors purr, the chrome still gleams ... . but the price has f-aded away to •a mere shadow of its former self. Some are reduced ^.9 6 as low as ........................ TIRES REDUCED As much a s 75% The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wilcox and son, Keith, |o East Miller S i and Mrs. Frei Wilcox of Athpfts, Pa.; will at-. -fm d .’the'A^bsleyan MethOcfisf ‘ \Yhuftg People’s Rally in Roniu- lus, N. Y,, ore Saturday, where Mr. Wilcox ,will speak. * Miss Grace Engels of. West Miller St. is a' patients a t Clif­ ton Springs Sanitarium. . Mr. and MrS.'Robert’’Wat son. ‘and daughter,-of 'Long Island, former Newark'residents, have been spending the past three wgeks in Palmyra, visiting re­ latives. • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Michelsen of Rochester were Sunday guests oj M.%. and Mrs. Charles C. 'Michelsen of Fairville Road. M-axsop Reeves' of East Mil­ ler St.-had as his guest over New Year's at the home of h 4 s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parke M. Reeves, Miss Patricia Gib­ son' of Albany. Mi-. Reeves and Miss Gibson returned Satur­ day to their studies at the| State Teachers’ College at Albany, after the holiday, re­ cess. Dr. and Mrs. William Sehoenthaler and son. Dr. Wil­ liam Schoenthaler of Mace-^ dorv were Tuesday afternoon guests of Mrs. Frank DeLaney mf Franklin St. - » Mr. 'and Mrs. Wayne F. Wie- beld of Buffalo will be the' week-end guests of Mr. Y.’ie- beld’s parents, Mr., and Mrs. Frank S. Wiebeld of West Avenue. Miss Ruth Donk of- West Maple Avenue spent the week­ end at her home in Savannah. B a r g a i n s for C'hildr^rt Outing Sleepers - Dresses, sizes 1 to I 6 J /2 - Blankets - Sweaters - , Caph and Scarf Sets j Cap and Muff Sets - Knitted-l^gging Sets. All Reduced for Clearance! taatm T h e D a y lig h t S tore — Mam at M iller mmmm Miss Alicia-Parker left Sun­ day for Sherrill, N. Y., to re­ sume her teaching duties, alt­ er spending the holiday recess with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry .W. Parker of East Mil­ ler St. Dr. and Mrs. C. Dexter Ebertz and Bill Emerson of Auburn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Reitz Beeman of West Pearl St. Dudley Stiles of Painted Post spent the week-end visit­ ing his brother’, Bradley Stiles, of the Capitol Theater. M r! Lo&ise Mbngin of Madi­ son Avenue is a patient a t the Clifton Springs Sanitarium. Trooper Richard Camp of Baldwinsville speiit last Thurs­ day evening with his family here. . Mr. and Mrs. Wilfdrd Jayne have returned from their wed ding trip to their home on the Fairville Road. Mrs. J, T. Malone and son, Richard, of Fairpert spent Friday visiting. Mrs, Malone’s parents. Mr. and Mr's. C. E.\ We’ve k train-load of new River­ side tires coming to town next week, and we don’t know where we’re going to put ’em! It's almost “Inventory Time” sc weXe 'going to clear out our stocks of the slower-selling sizes. If you’re one of the lucky ones who can use one of the sizes listed below, you can buy them for 507: to 75Jt- Be­ low. their -Original list prices! Better come early, . bieaitfe there are only a few of each MANY ARE ONE O f A KIND! Cheek this lisf and see haw many of these specials ore things you want RIGHT NOW! Add up your sav­ ings! Then rush to Wards and snap up these clearance bargains while -they last! fvery one Is priced law to move quickfy ..1 to clear out our slocks! Every -one-is a- spectacular -value! B u t_qiiantities-aYe -limiletlL: So, hurry, hurry! Come to Wards now and SAVE! Paint Clearance size! Original CleariuK’e Size List I'rk-i- I'rio* 32x4 Vi • $16.15 $4,50 34x44 , 47.75 4.50 33x5 27.45 5.00 5.06-19, 6 ply 10.05 5.00 5.25-20 10.15 5.00 7.50-16 21.30 8.50 ‘Gld Man Winter” has crossed us up. But wa know when we .•are licked, and are ready to take our medicine on this mer­ chandise'. 12 Snow Shovels, regular , ^.SSc, now i ........................ 59c 10 Snow Pushers, regular 85c, now ........................ 75c ’ 12 Furnace Scoops, regular 65e, now ........................ 55c Our new bedroom lighting fix­ tures are coming in soon, and we have to get rid of the old • ones, to make room;- Natural­ ly, assortments are not com­ plete; but if you can find what yoji need, you’ll save .plenty. Keyless Style, regular $1.25, no-w . . , • .................... 74 C LEFTOVER d i n n e r w a r e s e t s \ from Christmas. are a spaGe- taklng nuisahce to us . . . a breath-taking bargain to you. We've slashed the price to clear them out this week. A Variety- of patterns, mostly dire of a kind. 53 -pc. S^ts as low as ............. ' Men’s Out-Door Weitr or ! e m p l o y m e n t OPPORTUNITY for 23 Good-Looking Leather Jackets Ready to work, hunt, fish, „ What have you. Guaranteed to put In long hours of com­ fort and warmth. Apply to WARDS MEN’S WEAR DE- PARTMENT—Main Floor. Men’s-Sheepltned Coats— were $6.95, now ............. $6.38 Capeskin & Wool-Jackets, were $5.95, now ........... 5.38 Admiral Byrd Jackets, were $9.95, now ............. 8.88 WARMING! These “denim work jackets with part-waol blan­ ket cloth. linings aren’t made for style, - but they’re tough £jnd warm enough to keep you ecaftfortabie. Were ^ .19 $1.49. Now OUTDOORS MEN WELCOME! Help us to reduoe this pile of wool jackets. Zipper - front style—and even the plaids are warm. The $2.98 ones are , $2.66. Wool and -mohair jack­ ets (a little warftier < ^ .44 and,a lot.frighten, PUT AWAY the whitewash brush —At prices like these you can afford to use Wards finest 4- hour enamel Oft your basement walls, or Wards costliest Super Spar Varnish all over your at- . tic. Look:. 95c Dry F a s t Enamel— Ivory,'Greens, Brown'77c qt. $3.75 Marproof Varnish. Some dented cans, $2.89 gal $3.89 Color Varnish. Lt. Oak, Mahogany .. $2.69 gal. $2.59 Super House Paint. Cream, Gray ---- $1.89 gal. $1.98 Coverall Gloss Paint. 5 colors .. $1.49-gal. $2 89 Certified Porch & Deck Paint. 4 cols. $1.98 gal. 65c Super-Coat Flat Wall F a i n t '.... 49c qt. Radios- YOU’D NEVER GUESS these are used radios till you see Wards low prices. They are repos­ sessed sets, packed with listen­ ing pleasure. When new they sold for $39.95 to $69.95; Now 12 19*95 only IT’S WORTH tyHlLE getting up . early tomorrow morning . . . to pick up one of these flopr dem­ onstrator radios going for a song! Our original prices were $39.95 to $59.95; now these 5 sets are to g ^ - 95 CHRISTMAS -./-IS. GNLV 49 W E E K S A W A Y a bit too- -WHICH is . ________ „ ..... hold on to these niee-lodking- gifts for men. They’r e 'n o t hanging around because ' 110 - body likes them—tbFey're' hepe.' tdtcro-maiiyj. MEN’S MUFFLERS, . ..... r 38c. • MEN’S R0B«ES <tlie w a rm : - kind) ............... '-&*§• .MEN’S GLOVES . : ............ , ’ MEN’S PAJAMAS ( e o ttan. . flannelettes, too, f o r cold nights) -------------- ‘84e W inter V n d e ruoeiit priced Hardware Values WANTED: Some small electrical wiring jobs, to use up our odd- lots of electrical wire. We have several sizes and lengths that we’re willing to sell ’’for a song.” Come early; get your pick. _____________ • _________ One-of-a-Kmd Suites WE NEED ROOM . . . and we ' need it badly! In fact, we’re so hard pressed for extra floor space that we simply must sacrifice this handsome 4-pc. Maple Bedroom Suite a t a ridi­ culously low sale price. Reg­ ularly priced a t $84.95 — won’t you help us out 7 A '95 for only .................... /*#■ ‘SPLENDID!” “GORGEOUS!” “BEAUTIFUL!” That’s what we think you'll say when you see this 9-piece Dining Room Suite! Just this one left. And to make it more inviting we’ve -cut the regular price $15 . includes the table, buffet,serv­ ing table and six chairs.. Now you can have them 104 s8 for only BETTER HURRY TO WARDS if you need a beautiful 3r piece Modern Waterfall Bedroom Suite! Because right now TOD^y . . . we’re m a k ing’a low price lower stiH, and offer- in g jd u this regular |g y | .88 - 3 .F 5 suite for !Qdd~Piece’ Furniture GOttfG . t GOING WE’RE NOT auctioning off these Lounge Chairs . . . b a t they're left-overs and they will dis­ appear just about that fast! They’re big and comfortable and priced so low hubby’s eyes will pop with pleasure! Take at least one home today and save him as much as $19! -Re­ member . . . first eonte first served, at k n .88 only ...................... Stove & Heater Sate , IT’S. BEEN ON QUR TOO LONG! That’s the only reason fcan you think of a better one?) we’re willing to cut the price 30% on this big 10” oil heater. Take ^ y|.00 it away a t WE SELL AN AWFUL LOT of codl-wood circulators. But here is a big 18” job we didn’t sell. If you need; one hurry in ’cause we’re asking 2 0 . 0 0 only WE’RE FOOLISH to sell this handsome coal-wood range for so little! Most stores want up to $90 for this quality. Confi­ dentially, we’d rather have the room, so you pay ggyOO only .....' ......... ‘Red-Hots’ in Rugs BARGAIN BUYS! WARDOLEUM! YOU’LL be amazed at the fthiny new surface of these Wardo- ■ .leum floor samples! And you will be even more amazed at Wards super-bargain prices! We’re sure we. have some pat­ terns you’ll like too! Florals . . . tiles . . . leafs . . . marbles .. . . all reduced to sensation­ ally low prices!. And here’s the proof . . . 9x13 Wardolemn Rugs. Were $4.98;- N o w ......... 6x9 Wardoleufn Rugs. Were $2.69, N o w ....... 7V&x9 Wardoieum Rugs. Were $3.29, NoW . 9x10)4 Wardoieum Rugs. Were $4.49, Now .......... $ 3.29 Wardoieum Yd. G~ds. Was 39c Sq. Yd., N o w 28c We, suggest you buy all the ' Wardoieum you can use a t this low price . . . for there may be “many a moon” before we again, offer such bargains in Wardoieum! $3.59 <» $2.09 $2.59 Hot Buys in Hosiery Cut-Price Furniture THEY’RE BEAUTIFUL! THEY'Rk BARGAINS! AND i t ’s practically breaking our hearts to sell these lovely 2 -nc Tapestry Living Room Suites at such ridiculously low prices! But we need the room! So we knock $15 off our regular low price, and you take d£rf %.88 your pick at only ... WE CAN’T HOLD THEM FOR­ EVER! if you want one or several Modern and- Period Style Occasional Chairs get here early! Regular Val­ ues from $8.95 to $12.95, «jp .88 mast go at WORKING MEN ONLY will ap­ preciate these husky wool find cotton WORK SOCKS reduced m *3140 to A c from ......... A a b 3 ? OUT THEY GO . . . every pair . of our, 25c MEN’S WINTER WEIGHT SOCKS of wool with rayon or cotton! Better hustle down and rick Jip several ,ors.! eafly , _ - there’s aldt of thrifty shoppers £ 9 ° here in town! pr. MEN! Quit naggin’ the ’ little wcinar, to darn your socks! O- mon dowp to Wards and stock up on these 25c WINTER WEIGHT S 9 CKS of spun ray­ on and cotton! Every one with a toe and heel intact, but not every size! <■ ONLY ............. pr ’ “ VHAT’LL WE DO WITH U5T30N- SUITS? They’re! w a rm , all. right, and- they’re ourJ-am’our. Healthgards, but most men seem to have stocked /up on their undies back i n October. We’ve got knit cottons*' wool mixtures, and heavyweight. fleeced cottons. Prices are[ way down; come and get C J c to ^ Q c l them! .......... |ly Ghost, ¥ e wi Fpofiiithiahs 13: Jrhe local service M ^ g t n e x of ’. Mas fts;-at,ll a. nx. Sun (0:15 g, «m', .Wednt ervice a t 8 o’clocl : IVbdnesday aft Mbiffs ’are open fr.< four--o'clock,for tl reading and obtain .1 are most wblcc [dur-semces a n d V ig-room; - - WinterPooitjoean. V: FOR BOYS ONLY! Handsomely styled dress shoes made o f th e finest leathers to b-e liad a t the price! Reg. $1.98, £.41^ OUTSTANDING AT INFORMATION FOR HAH3ENTBlj long—save money! All have| sturdy soles and durable coh- Wards school oxfords Wea-i| struction. Were- $l-.-49, . now NO SNOW IN' SUMMEE, so we’re l reducing snow boots now' WhHe | you - still have time to ' wear them. Women’s and I # Misses’ sizes. Reg. $1.9 IOMFORT FOR SALE! Men’s and women’s slippers reduced to clear! Styles are sinart and new,' but sizes are broken—■ that’s why you get 98c bargains f o r ......... Winter Clathes DON’T expect us to -jump on the band wagon about these BOYS’ SNOW .SUITS! They remind : us of the hard: work:' we -.put i-n , getting them, ju s t light! Warmest fabrics. Linings you’d I have thought we ax'pec-ted toj be worn o h the ,outride- (Cot­ ton Suede cloth and wann| wool pteidd.) DorrTt say we didn't warn you they’d wear)! for YEARS. Come dn today if’l you want to .get $S.98 g - 41| suits fior ___ 22 WINTER SUITS take xip to{;| much space--and w e ’re goir to have a snappy line qf 1 Spring Suits here in a fei weeks. So we’re willing € slice a nice savjrig off th«i price if you’re Willing to- ta%\e I them away. If we d m fit y b u | •you’ve g o t' a handsome ban.' | gain. Dark colors, ‘ * m 1 of course ................. *« THE Smith Bros, wouldn't-1% these GIRLS SNOW SUIT s 1 They prevent too manyrrjcolt^g. Shed water; Fully limed extra warmth. They’re.,teal u the most beautifully,- -styLfi collection weve had. but- doL/t ask us to b e enthusiastic! m it them now. We’ve ed them to make room .f ,r 1 Spring things. Add they L -n include mafehing • a 97 I hoods. Reg. $4.98 . .,. Check Each of Too doti't neod cash—buy 4 her .0 bargains now ob WARDS MONTHLV PAYMENT PLAN HATS OFF . . WAY 6 Pi-»t Hats are like VbgetahlffiDlhei won't keep. ThAts Wll! cieailng out evfery foe have in stock al re duotioris. Regular $1 hats iiuv Regular $1.69 hats. ' Regular $1.98 : RegUlhr $2.981 FAIRVILLE M [ Rev.. H erman Mi Sunday mornii 11:15. (Lock Be: 5:15). Sermon .toi Saviour”. Special evepin ! Berlin Chur -o- iaw Ririk I i;r© Be Rea I : Official openin (Village, skating \ri Hark was canceii Iwlieiti arrival of -fi P ias( delayed; for (prevent forining (AiiVent of low te veek has, howevi jitlge forces to bu so th a t i t will prt table for nubile end*. PeRoy H, Wrig dent\ of“ pubUe w prday -that his ( used a new sprr build, u p a solid bn the one-acre |f fieering wea final smooth sui bady for skatin Batuiday. He sai BOsted omdoWftt ners when skati: firemen, of the I have completed : Bouse, a spacious outh edge of th lib compaily-Will [oncession. . PHONfE 60°

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