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August 31, 1967

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'Six WElLSVILhE DAILY -REPORTER, WELLSVILLE, NEW YORK Thursday, August 31,.1?6_7_ Women's and Family Page Berdie Tuttle, Editor A FAVOKITF PAINTING — Mrs. Norma McCollough of Richburg, who is having a one-man show in Buffalo, is shown with one of her favorite scenic water color paintings. (Reporter photo) Richburg Artist's Paintings Exhibited at 1st One-AAan Show New Campers Group Formed in County, Officers Elected Mr. nd Mrs. Herbert Wagner of Angelica were named co- presidents of a new chapter in Allegany County of the National Campers and Hikers Association. The chapter, nameless at the moment, was formed at a meeting recently at the Jones Pond Campsite. Other officers chosen at the organizational meeting are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fitch of Wellsville, vice presidents; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glor of Hunt, secretaries; and Mr. and Mrs. Ltsster Parker of Hornell, treasurers. The chapter will meet Saturday, Sept. 23 at 1 p.m. in the Angelica Baptist Church. Anyone interested in joining the chapter should contact any of the newly elected officers or field directors, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Frost of Franklinville. Frank Kern of Westchester County, field director, spoke briefly about the association and the way in which each chapter works on district, state and national levels. Approximately 39 persons attended including field directors, Donald Doster of Hornell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grouse of Gowahda, Kenneth E. Carlson of Jamestown, Mr. and Mrs. Frost and-Mr. and Mrs. Kern. Engagement Announced Social Note By Heloise Cruse GOT A HINT FOll HELOISE? Write Heloise Cruse, King Features Syndicate, care of Wellsville Daily Reporter, Wellsville, N. Y. Dear Heloise: Since moths have no season, I have found an easy way to "de-moth" closets. I partly fill u sock wilh moth crystals arid attach it with a rubber band over the end of the hose of my electric hair dryer (without the bonnet). Then I put the dryer on tlu closet shelf and lot it run for 10 minutes or so, on cold. NO HEAT whatsoever. This is much easier than using the vacuum cleaner attachment and can be moved effortlessly from closet to closet. —Mrs. Fay Hare I'm going to give ydu a gold star for that hint! Full Coverage For the Cook Ky BERIME TUTTLE RICHBURG •— With a tri- ribbon (best in show) award from the 19(15 Erie County Fair, for her water colors, Norma McCollough, Richburg artist, recently has added her first one- man show to her honors. A group of landscapes, flower studies and portraits, in water color, has been on exhibit in the YWCA, Buffalo, for the past three weeks. The show ends Sept. 1. A native of Bolivar, Mrs. McCollough, (he former Norma Lewis, was graduated from the Bolivar Central School and studied liberal arts at Syracuse University. She especially likes landscapes, preferably those she paints "on-the-spot", local scenes in Hie four seasons of the year. There is a vigorous, growing quality in Mrs. McCollough's paintings; her fields and trees are alive, believable, because of the immediacy of her technique, the ability to eschew detail for the larger effect. C.C. Ladies List Bridge Winners The Country Club Ladies Association announces the three top winners in Tuesday's bridge were Mrs. Rufus Scott, Mrs. George Reuning and Mrs. Charles McGavern. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Regan and Mrs. Reuning. Nexl week's hostesses a( the luncheon bridge will be Mrs. Helen Chapin and Mrs. Ralph Tompkins. BABCOGK Tonight thru Sat. 7 & i) Frank Sinatra, Nadki Gray, Peter Vaughan in THE NAKED IN COLOR ON OUR WIDE SCREEN Under 12 — 35o; Others $1 Mrs. McCullough, who has been painting for approximately 10 years, studied several years with Robert Blair, on eof the most skilled water colons!, She is serious about her work and wants to become "a very, very good artist." She was approached by the "Y" in a letter asking her if she would be interested in a one- man show. Excitement ran high in the McCullough home and paintings were stripped from the walls along with others from the homes of friends. She also has received an inquiry from the Lynn Kottler Art Galleries in New York City concerning the possibility of her own show. But Mrs. McCollough isn't the only one in her family who has won awards for paintings Three of her four children have also won prizes for their paintings at fairs. Mrs. McCollough recently joined the (Mean American Tile Company as a designer. At the present time she is designing 14 murals, three of them 28-feet high, for the exterior of a junior high school Belmont to Open Half Day Tuesday BELMONT - The Belmont Central School will resume classes Tuesday (Sept. 5) at 12:45 p.m., with Ihe exception of the kindergarten or special classes, which will start Wednesday. James F. Feldbauer, supervising principal, advises all bus students to be ready at 12:15 p.m. at bus stops nearest to their homes. High school homeroom assignments will be posted on the bulletin board in the lower corridor and on the bulletin board in the upper corridor. High School students will report to the gyrnnasium at 12:45 a.m. for a brief assembly program, then to homerooms assigned, which will be followed by 10 minute classes. Senior magazine sales will also start on Tuesday. School lunches at 15 cents will be served in the cafeteria starting Wednesday. Individual items will be at list prices. The school office will be closed today and Friday and will reopen on Sept. 5 at 8 a.m. in Greenfield, Wise. They are similar in style to the modern illustrations found in many children's books. At this time, Richard Monroe, head designer at the tile company, is in Wisconsin with the preliminary sketches. The sketches depict the activities of the school. "It is fascinating work and I love every moment of it," she said. She has been with the company since June and prior to that had been a secretary at Aerovox. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neuire Lewis of Little Genesee, Mrs. McCollough has four children, all except the youngest, Susan, 5, are students at the Richburg Central School. They are Curtis, 17, Kent, 15, who is also the artist in the family, and Maureen 12H>. Mrs. McCollough is a member of the Buffalo Society of Artists. Last year she won second prize in the abstract class at the Allentown Art Festival. Andover to Open Tuesday Afternoon ANDOVER — The 'Andover Central School will hold a half- day session Tuesday (Sept. 5) starting at 1 p.m. This is a departure from its usual fall opening time, which has always been-in the morning, James H. Kessler, supervising principal, stated. Buses will leave the rural routes at noon and from town routes at 12:30 .p.m. Classes will be dismissed at 3:30 p.m. Juniors and seniors will also open their magazine campaign during the afternoon. Teachers ; will meet at 9 a.m. for their annual meeting. Classes will be on full-time schedule Wednesday from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Mr. Kessler advises. The cafeteria will also open on Wednesday. ANGELICA OES ANGELICA — The first meeting of the current season of the Angelica chapter, Order of Eastern Star will be held Wednesday (Sept. 5) at 8 p.m. A pancake supper will be held at the Conservation Club on Sept. 9. of Events (Events listed should be received at least three days in advance of date.) Here's some'jiJlng else I learned from a vacuum cleaner salesman. When storing off - season clothing, place them in a garment bag arid hang it on the vod in the closet. Then, with the sock of moth crystals tiad over the end, stick part of the vacuum hose into the bag. Close the /ipper nearly all the way, leaving only enough opening for the hose to go through. When the hose is put in the "blowing" end of the vacuum, and it's turned on, the bag will puff out like a balloon and collect al) the fumes. After a few minutes, all I do is gently remove the wand and hose and finish closing the zipper. Each garment may be done separately or a full bag at a lime. Real neat and easy. --Heloise Dear Heloise: When we break glass that shatters and there are many small pieces, I take a wad of lint from the lint tray in my dryer and use it to wipe up Die slivers. It not only gathers the small pieces more thoroughly than rags or brooms, but can be discarded. —Mrs. J. Palmer Dear Heloise: On days when it looks like rain, I put all my husband's laundered socks on rust-proof hanger and hang them on the clothesline. Then, if it starts to rain, I can ]ust grab the hangers quickly and get the socks into the house before they get wet again. —Madge Perilloux Letter Of Laughter Dear Heloise: Is it true that magnolia blossoms open in the day time and close at night? Now, don't pull my leg. Let's give, gal. —Helen As a matter of fact, it is, and I'm not pulling your leg. If you pluck a branch from your tree with a bud on it, bring it in the house and put it in water ... it will open slowly. At dusk you will notice that it will close up again. And it makes a little nois'e (like a click) when it closes. KERRY JO WELLS MARTINSVILLE, N.J. — The engagement of Miss Kerry Jo Wells, daughter of Mrs. Herbert J. Wells of Martinsville and the late Mr. Wells, to Henry W. Gambrill is anncunced by her mother. Mr. Gambrill is the son of Mrs. H. W. Gambrill of 16 Herman Ave., Wellsville, and the late-.Mr. Gambrill. The bride-elect, a graduate of Bri'dgewater - Raritan High School, West Bridgewater, N.J., is a senior at Trenton (N.J.) State College. Mr. Gambrill is a 1963 graduate of Wellsville High School, and attended Indiana State University. He is serving with thj U.S. Air Force at McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., as an aircraft mechanic. A wedding is expected to take place next summer. Women Golfers To Close Season A mixed scotch championship, 18-hole tournament with full handicap Tuesday will close the official golfing season of the Women's GoIJf Association at the Country Club. Helen Max of Wellsville won the putting contest this week with 17 putts. In the nine-hole play Betty Harris of Wellsville, was first with a low gross of 37. Jean Stout and Cynthia Gridley, both of Wellsville, tied with a 34 each for low net. By BARBARA ALLEN Dial 593-5721 — Miss Lois Carr of .Livingston, N.J., is spending s o m e '" time with her uncle and aunt, » Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hepkef ( of Breckenridge Avenue. ! — Miss Glenn Louise Havens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Havens of Stevens Street, has returned to Concord.a Teachers College in River ;Forest, 111., for a special nine d;-iy course, following which she' will student teach for 11 we:ks at St. Paul Lutheran School, Addison, 111. — Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Larson and sons, John and Richard, of 133 Hills St. are at home after a two-week vacation trip to Daytona Beach, Fla. They also visited Silver Springs, Capa <••• Kennedy and Marineland. — Lt. Col. and Mrs. Michael Wagner and three daughters recently returned from a three- year assignment with the US Air Force in England. They spent a few days visiting his mother, Mrs. Reva Weinhauer of Lunn Court, before leaving Monday for his new assign- , ment at Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio. ' — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Strobel of Avon Lake, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Seyler of Cleveland were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs S. A. Fosbury of Stannards, and attended church services there * Sunday. — Mrs. Edith Perrin of Petro- lik Road was hostess this past weekend to Howard McCurdy, Miss Corinne McCleary and Miss * Mae McCleary of Butler, Pa. Weekend callers at the Perrin home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robbins and family of Wellsville, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker of Andover, Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Hull and Mr. and Mrs, Don Perrin of Bolivar. Mrs. Perrin returned home with her nieces to spend some time in Butler. — Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Duell and son, Michael, of Spencerport spent the past weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bessette of Fords Brook Road. INAVALE GRANGE Inavale Grange 1248 and Junior Grange 707 will meet at Inavale Grange Hall Saturday (Sept. 2) at 8 p.m. Junior members are urged to attend. Election of officers is high on the agenda. THURSDAY 7 p.m., Palette Club, Library. MONDAY 10 a.m., Labor Day parade, Rushford, followed by all-day celebraton. TUESDAY 9 a.m., Women's Golf Association, Country Club, Mixed Scotch championship. 12:30 p.m., Country Club Ladies Association, Clubhouse, luncheon, bridge. 8 p.m., Duke Hose, Hose rooms. For the most complete coverage in the kitchen, pop on this efficient tunic apron. Insures you against all kinds of accidents likely to happen while cooking or serving. Printed Pattern 9424: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, lli, 18, 20. Si/.e 14 takes 2% yds. 35-in. Mail requests for patterns to Marian Martin, Wellsville Daily Reporter, Pattern Dept. 232 West 18th Street, New York City, N.Y. 10011. Enclose 50 cents in coins for each pattern, add 15 cents for each pattern to be sent first-class and special handling. Be sure to enclose (print) your name, address wilh zip; size and pattern number. Friendship Rotary Plans Activities FRIENDSHIP — The Rotary Club held its business meeting last night in the Friendship Motel. It'was announced that seven members will attend the Rochester Inner City meeting on Sept. .18. Luther Hodges, president of Rotary International, will be the principal speaker. Those planning to attend are Alton Emery, George Hackett. Leon Graham, Ernest Hazzard, Lloyd Stearns, Dean Lapp and Bruce Hadsell. The local group will sponsor a record hop Sept. 28 in the high school gymnasium. - ANTOON'S DISCOUNT ESTOIATOS '" FURNITURE MART FREE STOCK Phone 593-3421 "Before You Buy — See Us For a Buy" Wall-To-Wall CARPETING or RUGS • Wool • Acrilon • Nylon • Herculon • In-Door/Out-Door Expert Wall to Wall Installation ACE CAB CO NOW BACK IN SERVICE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Hours — 6:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Located at SOUTH MAIN NEWS Phone 593-3810 Come In and See The Plead Hunter Beauty Salon Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Phone 587-2966 Appoinlmenls Not Always Necessary 7V2 N. Main St. Alfred, N. Y. THE CoMiE OUTLOOK IS THE BEST BACK TO SCHOOL LOOK! -*.*aHr - % « 4> . 40*, J f^ i The word is OUT! Connie's in I Connie has the most Outstanding fashions of all for fall. Connie OUTdoes herself to OUTsmart everyone with buckles, tassels, harnesses, penny styleslnd plain styles in the most OUTgoing color range evar. Seen in August SEVENTEEN. 8.99tolO