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.. Democrat and Chronicle q f Rochester, N. Y., OL Sun., Ian. 20, 1957 J JILL LL SUMIOL Dansville Plans j 4 Events to Raise Funds for Polio DANSVILLE. Jan. 19-Four more fund-raising events have been carded in Dansville's March of Dimes campaign. . Drive chairman Ellsworth Easton has announced plans for the annual Sports Night program Jan. 26 in the high school evmnasium and a benefit dapce in the Moose Club following the snorts event. Chief event is the Mother's March on Jan. 30, to be headed again this year by Mrs. Carney Boswell and Mrs. Gerald Gers-bach. Proceeds of a public card party Saturday evening will be given to the polio fund by Stony Brook Rebekah Lodge. The sports program will include basketball games between a faculty five and another team comDOsed of Dansville cage stars of yesteryear, as well as a battle between two all-girl quints. Arrangements are in charge of Edwin Hartman, Leo Johnson, Miss Theresa mry and Miss Joanne Linhos. Victor Campbell and Clarence Stevens of the Moose Lodge are planning the benefit dance. - ! Dansville Units Seal Officers DANSVILLE, Jan. 19-New officers of four King's Daughters circles assumed their duties this month. Serving as president of the Loyal Hearts Circle for the fourth year is Mrs. Alice Cope-land. She is assisted by Mrs. Helen Allen, first vice president; Mrs. Irene Grange, second vice president; Mrs. Clara Harm, secretary, and Miss Myra 1 Schingel,' treasurer. Reynolds Sunshine Circle officers are Mrs. Carl Holbrook, president; Mrs. Bert Kennedy, ' vice president; Miss Lydia San-ford, secretary, and Mrs. N. C. Moose, treasurer. Recently seated as Opportunity Circle officers were Mrs. William E. Fredenburg. president; Mrs. Schuyler Mehlen-bacher, first vice president: Mrs. Claire C. Bateman, second vice president; Miss Margaret Mason, secretary, and Ray Rob-ards, treasurer. ., To be installed "Monday evening are these Sunshine Circle ! officers: Miss Annette Fenton, president; Mrs. Harry J. Ma-hany, vice president; Mrs. J. ' Thornton Holden, secretary; Mrs. Harvey Knapp, correspond ing secretary, and Mrs. Harry Van Aernam, treasurer. 'Kapers' Sef ; Next Week V SENECA CASTLE, Jan. 19 -"Kastle Kapers," a variety show ' tvhirh has bepn riroduccd an- ; nually in Seneca Castle wil mane its appearance weancsuay and Thursday. The Adult Fel- ; lowship of the Seneca Castle 'Methodist Church will sponsor the production which will be staged in Grange Hall. The first part of the show will consist of amateur acts, singing and dancing. The second . part will be an old time minstrel ' performance. According to Piatt ; Sopcr, general chairman of the show, there will be six end men and the usual big chorus. Committees serving are: Tick ets, Milton Soper; advertising, , Nelson Gulvin and Ray Gordner; costumes, Mrs. Stephen Valerio: stage and properties, Everett Jones; publicity, William Nues and make-up, Mrs. Mildred Ben nett. 'Antirust' Drugs to Aid Heart? By ALTON BLAKESLEE Associated, Press Science Reporter KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 19 (J?) New dis- " coveries promise safe "antirust" drugs to prevent heart attacks. Heart attacks have come because heart arteries become narrowed or clogged with fatty deposits, much like rust inside a water pipe. The antirust drugs would dissolve out some of the fatty stuff or prevent it from forming, to keep the blood pipelines open. Such drugs would be a tremendous boon to thousands of persons who already have had a heart attack, or who are headed for one. One chemical, a salt of the metal vanadium, has succeeded in removing the fatty "rust" in the arteries of rabbits, and in reducing manufacture of the fatty material inside the body. Tests are planned to learn whether vanadium salts or something similar can do the same for humans. . . , THE VANADIUM studies are described by Dr. George L. Curran and associates of the University of Kansas Medical School. They are one of the research teams working on this new preventive approach to heart attack. ; A main ingredient in the fatty plugs or rust that blocks heart arteries is cholesterol, a fat-like material. You get some cholesterol in various foodstuffs. But your body also manufactures it. Eating low-fat and low-cholesterol diets is one way of trying to keep the amount down, so there won,'t be so much that could collect inside the heart arteries. " Heart attacks result when an artery becomes completely blocked by the plugs or plaques, or when a blood clot gets stuck in a narrowed artery. But Dr. Curran and others believe the main hazard comes from cholesterol which is made inside the body, by the liver and even by the arteries themselves. They are seeking drugs which would cut down this internal manufacture of cholesterol. ! sjc Sj5 yANADIUM SALTS look promising in animal experiments. Dr. Curran's group fed rabbits diets high in cholesterol for a month, until the rabbits had a lot of it in their bloodstreams, and fatty plugs had started to form in their aortas. The aortat is the largest artery leading from the heart! Then the diet was changed to a normal type for six weeks. But half the rabbits also were given small amounts of vanadium salts during this time. After these six weeks, the vanadium had actually reduced the size of the plugs which had earlier been formed inside the arteries. Some of the cholesterol in the aortas had been dissolved out in the rabbits getting the vanadium. All analyses indicate the vanadium worked by knocking down the normal production of cholesterol inside the body. . J)R. CURRAN and'others think the key to preventing heart attacks is to limit the amount 6f cholesterol which can be made inside the body. Vanadium salts, apparently can interfere with the production, at least in rabbits. This means tfiere is no excess production which can form plugs in heart arteries, or such a deficit in production that existing plugs are cut down in size. A next step is to learn whether vanadium can reduce cholesterol production inside human bodies. Vanadium salts in low amounts appear to be entirely safe, causing no bad effects, in rabbits. Safety in humans must, also be determined carefully. If vanadium, or something else, reduced the size of artery plugs by 50 per cent in a man aged 40, it could possibly add 10 years to his lifespan, Dr. Curran estimates. LA 1 M ifl Oo'o fiom U.S. WIATHW BUMAU mSaYP4 -Cv D,' Co.wt 50 Fm Doytlm. Sunday Figuiw JHow High Umpwotvm ip(4 FORECAST Snow flurries are expected for Montana and the Lakes region today. Rain is slated for the Pacific Northwest states, mid-Mississippi Valley, Ohio and Tennessee valleys and Gulf Coast states. Warmer weather is expected in the eastern third of the nation and the Pacific Northwest. (AP Wirephoto) Deaths in Western New York Area Teeners to Meet In E. Bloomfield CAREY Thursdiy, Jan. 17, 1957, It me family home, eu anepard at., miss Anna T. Carey. She il aurvived by one sister, Miss Cecelia R. Carey; one brother, Mr. William J. Carey; and lev- eral nieces and nephews. The family has requested that friends call, beginning Saturday, between the hours of 3 to 3 p.m. and 7 lo 9 p.m. at the funeral chapel of Ryan and Mclntee, Inc.. 207 Chestnut St. i-uneral services will be held from the funeral chapel Monday morning at 8:30 a.m. and 9 o'clock at Blessed Sacrament Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Ci.me.tery. GORDON Thursday, Jan. 17, 1957. Frank J. Gordon of 222 McNaughton St. He is aurvived by his wife, Elizabeth Nisbet Gordon; one son, Frank of Ft. Hood, Tesas; two daughters, Mrs. Maurice, K, McElligoit and Mrs. William McKinney; four aisters, Mrs. George Farrell of Rochester, Mrs. Alice Byrne and Mrs. Vernon Rice and Miss Molly Gordon of Cleveland, Ohio; three broth ers, Anthony and Charles Gordon of Rochester, John of Ireland; 16 grandchildren; aeveral nieces and nephews. He was a member of the Nocturnal Adoration Society of Holy Apostles Church. Funeral services, from the residence Tuesday morning at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at Holy Apostles Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by Joseph J. Buckley. GRECO Rose, 64 Locust St., entered into rest, l-riday, Jan. 18, 1957, She is survived by two daughters, Mrs, Jose phine Angello of California and Miss Jenny; three ions, Louis, Michael and Charles; several grandchildren; several great-grandchildren. Prayer services from Anthony Polvino Funeral Home, 371 Lake Ave., Monday, at 8:15. Services at Holy Rosary Church at y o clock. Interment in Holy aepul- chre Cemetery. Friends may call from 2-3, 7-10 p.m. HALE Ruth H. Hale of 9 .Hudson Ave., Thursday. Jan. 17. 1957. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Frank (Sarah Jane) Eckert; one son, Thomas Wells Supinaw of New York City; two sisters, Mrs. r-iorence Kennedy and Mrs. Edith Ryan; her foster father, Paul McCluskey; one grandson. Friends may call from 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. at the Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, 954 Clifford Ave. Funeral serv ices. Monday morning at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at St. Joseph Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. HAYES Entered into rest Jan. 19. 1957, frank . Hayes of 618 fclmgrove Rd. He is survived by one niece. Mrs. Her man A. Male; one nephew, William E. fierson. He was a veteran of World War I. Friends may call at Corbett Funeral Homes. Inc.. 109 West Ave., from 2-5 and 7-9 o'clock. Services Tuesday morn ing at it o clock, interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery, the Rev, George Ulp officiating. JELEN8PF.RGER Entered Into rest Jan. 19, 1957, Helen B. Jelensperger of 8 Fairmont St. She is survived by two sons. Eugene C. and, David H.; her mother, Mrs. Mary Smith; three sisters. Mrs. Carl Maier, Mrs. Harvey Hopkins and Mrs, Beatrice Bomm; one brother, Harold Smith; one granddaughter; several nieces and nephews. She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church. Friends may call at Corbett Funeral Homes Inc., 109 West Ave., Sunday and Monday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 D.m. Services Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock Interment, White Haven Memorial Park! In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made to the American Heart Association. . KABELAC Karl Kabelac of 208 Conkey Ave., Friday, Jan. 18, 1957. He is survived by Ms wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Kabelac; two ions, Carl of Rochester and Edward of Aurora, N.Y.; six grand children; one brother, Adolph Kabelac. He was a member of The Teutonia Liedertafel. , I Friends may call at L. Schauman's sons, hu Clinton Ave. N MUM Suddenly, Thursday, Jan. 17, 1957, Lillian Merklinger Mulr of 129 Melrose St.. survived by her husband, James E. Muir; four daughters, Mrs. William J. Cox, Miss Agnes Muir, Mrs. Edward Wcller and Miss Margaret Mary Mulr: one ion. Grant R. Merk linger Sr.: one brother, John W. Winter, Easton, Pa., also eight grandchildren. Friends may call 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at J. Boyd Winchell and Son Funeral Home, 596 Genesee St., where funeral service will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o clock. Interment in Elmgrove Cemetery, Batavia, N.Y. . RIZZO Michela, formerly of M Second at., Thursday, Jan. 17, 1957. She leaves One ton, Joseph of St. Gabriel, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Vincent (Mary) Profeta; 2 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Deceased was a member of Valguarnera Society. Funeral 8:30 a.m. Monday from Pro WHEAT Friday, Jan. 18, '1957, Eu-genia S. Wheat of 2151 Highland Ave She is survived by her, father, James W. Shiner; a sister, Mrs. Marie S. Lovick a brother, Karl D. Shiner, Towanda, Pa.; three grandchildren. Funeral service and interment In Pearl River, N. Y. Arrangements by Hedgei fetta Funeral Chapel, 1276 Clifford Ave., Memorial Chapel. n . . . r- v : - j -v. . . .m. ai .11. rrantia ahvici v.mmiiji. , winiM Anr.K hntercd into, rest, Thursday. Jan. 17, 1956, Anna Moser Win-haber of 484 Haaue St. She Is survived by one son, Rudolph G.; one daughter. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, SANDERSON On Friday, Jan. 18, 1957, Susie R. Sanderson of 19 Went-worth St. She is survived by her hus band, James H. Sanderson NIELSEN Jan. 19, 1957, Jans Carl -Friends mtl s"nda: from 5 and Nielsen of 53 Maplehurst Rd. He j, 7-9 p.m. at the D. W. Mansell Funeral aurvived by his wife, Ingeborg; twojH,ome- 17 PhelP Ae' t Sr,v'?e MlTU'!y tnn Pet-r Irvino nf thi Its Air af,ernoon ' 1 o'clock. Interment in F'Z J'S'Z, ' J5 LSh- Ah IChurchville metery, Dr. J. D. Living- Force.' Bedford, Mass. and Fred; his lister, Mrs. Conrad Boe of Spencerport; and two brothers and one sister in Denmark; four grandchildren. Friends may call at Allen E. Dye Funeral Home (Cooper and 7 to 9, where the held Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment, White Haven Cemetery, O'CONNOR Friday. January 18. 1957. John G. O'Connor of 48 South Ave. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. William Farrell, Mrs. Michael Barry; three brothers, Daniel, Jeremiah and Joseph O'Connor, all of Norwich, Conn. Funeral services and interment will be in Norwich, Connecticut, OLIPHANT Friday, Jan. 18. 1957, Or- phia Oliphant of this city. Survived by even sisters. Helen Lamprakes, Nellie Colbert, Dorothy McCafrey, Winifred Vogel, Betty Craver, Beatrice and Verne Oliphant; three brothers, Harry, Albert and Wilmer Oliphant; several nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to attend memorial services Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock it Farrell Brothers, 51 Ridge Rd. W. near Memorial Bridge (no prior calling). Interment, Riverside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Cancer Fund. PAGELS Saturday, Jan. 19, 1957, Martha M. Pagels of 48 Alberton St. She is survived by her husband. Charles H.; one sister, Mrs. Louise Height of Web ster; one brother, Arthur Yauchzi; her aunt, Mrs. Martha Gienke, and several cousins. Friends may call 2-5. 7-9 at the Cass Funeral Home, 1429 Ridge Rd. W. (op posite Stone Rd ), where funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at a time to be announced. Interment Falls Cemetery. POYER George Pover of 75 Angle St., Friday, Jan. 18. 1957. Survived by his wife. Caroline (Reiser) Poyer: a stepson. Bernard Bartman. Friends may call at Miller Brothers Funeral Home, 474 Lyell Ave., from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9. Services on Monday morning tt 8:30 and at Holy Apostles Church at 9 o'clock. Interment, Holy Sepulchre. PRESTON Gladys M. on Jan. 19, 1957, at her home, 107 Woodlawn Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. She leave her husband. DR. WILLIAM W. BUSH 10 grandchildren; BELMONT, Jan. 19 Funeral Alton Sets 4-H Schoo grandchildren. services will be held Monday for Dr. William W. Bush, 74, Allegany County clerk for 29 years. Rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. in the Olmstead Funeral Chapel in ueirnom. . ficiating. Burial in Grove Ceme-Dr. Bush, a resident of Bel- ,Q r.;j ,, J Funeral Home in Prattsburg where the funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. James Jteichard of Kanona of- mont, died Thursday (Jan. 17, 1957). A graduate of the University of Buffalo, he practiced dentistry in Rushford for 19 years. He was a iormer cnair- man of the Allegany county lie- publican Committee and a mem ber of the Republican state committee. Dr. Bush is survived by his the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m MRS. EMMA M. HOOKER GENEVA, Jan. 19 Mrs. Emma Mary Hooker, 79, widow of Alonzo Hooker who died in July, died last night (Jan. 18, 1957) EAST BLOOMFIELD, Jan. 19 The Methodist Youth Fellowship, composed of 20 teenagers from the Allen's Hill and East Bloomfield Methodist Churches, will meet Sunday from 5 to 7 in the East Bloomfield Methodist Church. The group is conduct ing a series of forums on the church and its music. The topic for Sunday evening will be "Music in Our Worship" with Joan Eckler and Linda Hamlin as leaders. Mrs. John T. Hamlin, organist and choir di rpftni" nf tho rhnrph will Ko r. " -'" V ... wv V r ,na . .... XT t - SOUrce leader, playing Special and 7-9 O'clock. Services on Monday hvmns discovered hv the vnnth morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment m i j 4. v.. : 'i -j Mt. Hope Cemetery, in lieu of flowers. tedUL-is iu ue JllUMuai ana WOr- frj,nds m contribute to the Heart jShipfUl material. There also Will Fund. 973 East Ave, be a discussion in the order of iKATSAMpes John P.. of 2) Mari- tniiuugn iu., January it, in nts tuunn year. He is survived by his parents, Peter and Mary Katsampes; brother Teddy, and sister Chistine; his grandmothers, Mrs. Angelina Katsampes and Mrs. Stella Baccus. Friends mav call at the home. 2M) Marlborouph Rd., where prayer service will be held Monday afternoon at 1:15 and 2 o'clock at the Greek Orthodox Church. 110 South Fiuhugh St. Interment. Mt. Hope Cemetery. Arrangements by Lewis and Holly. KLEIN Friday. Jan, 18. 1957, Mrs. Minnie Klein of 2044 Dewey Ave. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Richard (Pauline) Allen; two brothers. John Mar-cille of St. Petersburg, Fla., Gilbert Marcille of Cleveland, Ohio; several ston officiating. SCHOENHEIT Entered into rest Sat urday, Jan. 19, 1957, Clara L, F. Winter, wife of H. Clark Schoenheit. She is sur- Drf hn.i ' tn vived by. her husband; a daughter, Mrs. fn'n.7.i .lit Th.!Kennel" dme; , ,0n Harold E. intent whi!Sthocnnei: five "ndchildren; and a brother, Carl Winter, ,. Services at the parlors of H. B. Turn-bull Monday, Jan. 21, 1957, at 2:30 p.m. She was a member of Corinthian Chapter O.E.S.. White Shrine and Lama Tem ple, Daughters of the Nile. Calling hours I to 3 and 7 to 9 Sunday. SCHUYLER Entered into rest, Friday Jan, 18, Charlotte Cary of 16 Lincoln Ave., Pittsford, formerly of Livonia. She is survived by her husband, Van K. Schuyler: her sister. Miss Ethelvn Carv. Rochester; her brother, Charles, and her nephew, Charles Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio; ner niece, Mrs, uavid Ben, Columbus, Ohio; hr aunt, Miss Charlotte Cardian, Warsaw, N.Y. Friends may call at Zbrnow'a Funeral Home, 21 Lincoln Ave., Pittsford, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services Monday at 2 p.m. Interment at the conven ience of the family. In lieu of flowers, friends wishing may contribute to the American Cancer Society. SCOTTEBO On Saturdav, Jan. 19, 1957, Lewis Scottebo of 310 Flint S. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Helen Mae Hutton of Albsny, N.Y., Mrs. Gladyce Esan of Rochester; one son. Paul L. Scottebo of Rochester; four grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 3 and 7 to 10 at Henry D. Halloran Sons Fu neral Home, 141 Arnett Blvd. at Genesee St. Funeral services Monday morning at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at Immaculate Conception Church. Interment, St. Patrick Cemetery, Binghamton, N.Y. SHAW Barbara Shaw, aged 4 months, of 1700 Jackson Rd., Penfield, N.Y., sud denly Jan. 18, 1957. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Shaw; one brother, George Jr.: her grandparents, Mrs. Frank C. Shaw and; Mr, and Mrs. James C. Foote of Cale-i donia. Services were held at the convenience of the family, Rev, Elwyn D. Brown officiating. Interment in Mumford Rural Cemetery. la lieu of flowers, those wish- i ing may contribute to the St. Luke's Mrs. Anna George; three brothers, Louis Moser of California, Fred and Theodor Moser of Rochester: two sisters. Mrs. Jacob Kettering of Springfield, Pa., Mrs. nayrnona J. wemmann ol Rochester; also nine grandchildren. Friends may call Saturday and Sunday rrom i to 3 and 7 to 10 p.m, at the Norhert E. Vay Funeral Home, 604 Maple St. (cor. Colvin), where services will be conducted Monday at 9.30 and 10 o'clock from Holy Family Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. V4IT7.EL Fred Witel of 348 Holley St., Brockport. Saturday, Jan. 19, 1957. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Edna Graham of Rochester; one granddaughter, Mrs. Joan Potter of Webster; one great-granddaughter. -i-Funeral service from the Fowler Funeral Home, 52 State St., Brockport, Monday, Jan. 21 at 2 o'clock. In lieu of flowers, those wishing may , contribute to their favorite charity, WRIGHT Entered Into rest, on Thursday, Jan. 17, 1957, Ethel DuPlisses Wright of 214 Empire Blvd. She is iur-vived by her husband, Raymond T. Wright; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gabriel DuPlisses; one brother, Edward DuPlisses: also several nephews and nieces. She was i member of the Rosary Society. Friends may call from 2 lo 3 and 7 to 9 o'clock at the Hengstler-Menges Funeral Home, 2793 Culver Road (near Ridge Road East), where services will be held on Mondav morning at 9:30 o'clock and at 10 o'clock at Saint Andrew' Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. INGMIRE & NAGLE CO. succeeded by D. W. MANSELL FUNERAL HOME 17 Phelps At. GLen. 9-42S1 Harry; a sister, Mrs. Grace Robinson of Ep?cclf?a' Church Memorial Fund. Fair Rochester; also several nieces and0?.', Y' Arrangements by Emery Fu- Funeral services will be held Tuesday, SINGER Martini S'nger, aged 84 years, Oias. I. Kennedy FUNERAL HOME INC' 1601 MAIN ST. E.BU 8-7432 11 great-! the church worship. The Rev. Glen S. Brewster, pastor of both The body is at the McConnell' churches, and Mrs. E. G. Phillips will assist A surprise treat will be served by William Tuggey, Roger Thompson. Robin Bennett, Ben ny Thomas, Martin Outlaw, Den- tery, Bath. Friends may call at! ton Backus and Martin Stcckel. in Geneva General Hospital a wife, Myrta Metcalf Bush; oneew hours after admission, son, Arthur of Rochester; one Mrs. Hooker previously was a brother, John of Belmont; two'resjrjent 0f Watkins Glen and eranfldaushters and one grand son. Burial will be in Rushford. EDGAR L. MILLIS BATAVIA, Jan. 19 Edgar L. Millis. of 110 Vine St., aiea Thursday (Jan. 17, 1957) in his home after being ill ior eight months. Mr. Millis was born in Elba, a son of Charles and Mary wood Millis. He had lived in Batavia for 16 years and was a carpenter by trade. Surviving are his wife, the former Nellie Stahl; three sons, MSgt. Harold C. Millis with the Army in Wyoming, Lester A. of Olcott and Walter W. Millis of Batavia; three daughters, Mrs. Clayton F. Edgerton of Batavia, Mrs. Richard E. Millis of Elba and Mrs. Harold Vail of the Ba-tavia-Stafford Townline Road; a sister, Mrs. Myrta Barr of Elba; 16 grandchildren, lour greai- Dratlj Billsboro and had lived for- the past few years with a daughter, Mrs. Otto Perry, 560 South Mor-rell Ave. Mrs. Hooker leaves two daugh ters, Mrs. Bertha Perry of Geneva and Mrs. Delora Hubbard of Watkins Glen; six grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held in the Bennett Funeral Home, 224 North St., Geneva, at 2 p.m. Tues day. The Rev. Sidney English, pastor of the Seventh Day Ad-ventist Church in Union Springs, will officiate. PETER DE NAGEL PALMYRA, Jan, 19 Peter De Nagel, 81, died today (Jan. 19, 1957) in Clifton Springs Sanitarium & Clinic after a long illness. He leaves a son, Herman- De Nagel of Palmyra; two daugh g?andch Idr C and nieces" and j". Mrs. Maurice Chittenden of nephews. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Mondav in the J. Leonard Mc Palmyra and Mrs. Charles Free man of Clifton Springs; a broth er, Isaac De Nagel of Rochester; ciating. Burial will be in xviapie Lawn Cemetery," Elba. ; . ALTON, Jan. 19 A training -I School for 4-H Club leaders on "Learning to Sew" and "It's - Fun to Sew" will be held at the Alton headquarters on Tuesday, Jan. 22, according to Marian .v. Winchell, assistant 4-H Club agent. The meeting will start at 10 ; a.m. and will be conducted by Jane Merry, associate 4-H Club agent from Monroe County. The project on "Learning to ....... ,l u . ,r -.-,. ...I .1,. I aew is ior me youug nicmows w. n. iapie, wiiu wuum gg jpj jn 1954 wno nave naa no sewing uvea iyre iut uw Frjends may call at the Cady ence. rur uiujevt kicuu, a ocw-iyears. s-nnoi 100 " ing box with necessary equip- she was a member of the Tyrejr V 1 t P.lmvra f: " 9 Tn ment is assembled, and some , Dutch Reformed Church and the . ',"'0 ' , j aim 1 iw v 1. 111. juajwim, oti y - Andrew Funeral Home with theitw grandchildren, and several Rev. Scott Swinehart of the ses arm nepnews. Byron Presbyterian Church offi- Mr. ue wagei was a member Church of Palmyra and of the Palmyra Lodge, F&AM, of which he was a 60-year member, having received his 60-year Palr.i in 1956. He bad been employed by MRS. LOTTIE S. FERRIS SENECA FALLS, Jan. 19 Mrs Lottie Sutterby Ferris 84, Garlock Packi h (n.lnnn rncirionr nf this area. ... . . . . r j , 7 r.. in 10V7 untl1 ms retirement 10 years died early today (Jan. 19, 1957) Hfi wag marrie(J tQ MiM at me nome 01 iitr mi.-i.x-, ul T no - . M.rinn . inQn BEITER-Herbert G. Reiter of 231 Sawyer St.. Jan. 16, 1957, He leaves his wife, Mary; one son, John E. of Buffalo; one daughter, Mrs. Norman (Mariwyn) Tondrowski of N. Tona-wanda; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Beiter; three brothers, Norman E., John J. and Robert L., all of Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. John (Margaret) Jessup of New York City and Mrs. Bernard (Jeane) George of Arcade, N.Y.; six grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Funeral from the residence Monday morning at 8:43 and 9:13 at St. Monica's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Arrangements by Charles I. Kennedy Funeral Home, Inc. BOAS Donovon E. Boas of 76 Midvale Dr., Fairport, N.Y., Jan. 19, 1957. He is survived by his wife, Edna A.; two sons, Roger D. and Keith A.; his father,! fcmmett Robert Boas; one sister, Mrs. Roy E. Dillingham, all of Fairport; one brother, Leonard E. of Walworth; his aunt, Mrs. Hazel Rohan of Fairport; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Sunday from 7-9 p.m.; Monday lrom 2-3 and 7-9 p.m. at the fcmery Funeral Home. Fairport. Services at the Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fairport, Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment in White Haven Memorial Park. BRITENAUER (Fgnatenco) Paraska Bntenauer, age 108 years, of 20 Cather ine St., Friday, Jan. 18. 1957. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs, Vera Jhomas; one son, Jack Egan; six grand- cmiaren; u great-grandchildren, rarast-as services Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Friends may call at the Paul W. Har ris Funeral Home, 954 Clifford Ave. Fu neral services Monday at 11 a.m. Kev. A. Avksenty officiating Interment, Riv. erside Cemetery. CHUHY-Dorothy Chuhy, aged 38 years of 53 Campbell Pk on Thursday, Jan. 17, 1957. Survived by her husband, Nicholas; one daughter. Dale Marie; one son, Wayne Joseph; her beloved mother, Mrs. Katherine Graczyk Lucas; three sisters, Mrs. Leo (Lucille) Kiseleski, Mrs. Robert (Jean) Tell, Mrs. Charles (Alberta) Owings; four brothers, Theodore, Earl and Albert of Rochester, and victor 01 Mialeah, Fla.; nephews and nieces. Friends may call from 2 to 5 in the afternoon and 7 to 9 in the evening at the John C. Morcan Funeral Home, 643 Hudson Ave,, corne ilphonse St. Funeral service Monday morning at 8:13 o'clock and 9 o'clock at Holy Family Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Jan. 22. 1957 at 2 o'clock it Eaton Fun eral Home, Perry, N.Y. Interment in Glenwood Cemetery, Perry. PRIVATER A Entered Into rest, Thurs- dav. Jan. 17. 1957. Charles J.. of blvt Ontario St. Survived by his wife, Delia; one daughter, Gloria Jean; one brother, Joseph of . Buffalo: five sisters. Mrs. Charlei Privateri, of Dunkirk, Sister M. Aquila, of Order of St. Joseph. Buffalo, Mrs. Marian DeCarlo, and Mrs., Charles Carini of Buffalo, and Mrs. Joseph Antinarelli. of Rochester: several nieces and nephews. Friends may call it the Falvo Fu neral Home, 38 Woodward St. Funeral services, Monday morning at 1:3(1 and 9:15 at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Buffalo and Dunkirk papers please copy. PROISE Fenton, 131 E. Elm St., East Rochester, N.Y.. Jan. 18, 1957. Sur vived by his brother, Lyle of Hasbrouck Henhts. N.J. Friends may call it the Harry J. Brady Inc. Funeral Home, 110 W. Spruce St., East Rochester, after 7 p.m., Sunday, Catling hours 2 to 3 ind 7 to 9 p.m, Monday. Funeral service Tuesday, 2 o'clock. Interment Greenvale Cemetery, Flirport. RUSSO Entered into rest, Thursday, Jan. 17. 1957, Peter Russo of 68 Rosemary Dr. Survived by his wife, Stella; three ions, Thomas, Frank and Patsy; three daughters, Mrs. Charles (Mary) Charizenia, Mrs. Joseph (Lucy) Corge, of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Vincent (Nel lie) DiMitn; 13 grandchildren, Friends may call at the Falvo Funeral Home, 333 Lake Ave., lrom 1 to 3 ind 7 to 10 p.m. Funeral service, Monday morning it 8:30 ind 9:13 it St. Andrew' Church. widow of Martin, of 69 Denver St.. Thurs. day, Jan. 17. 1957. She is survived by her daughter, Miss Bernice Singer; one niece; ner cousin, Mrs. Rose BidUck. Friends may call from 2 to 5 Hid 7 to 9 p.m. it Mattle's. 300 Cumberland St. Services Monday morning at 8:30 from the parlors and it 9 o'clock it Holy Redeemer Church, STILLMAN-Suddenly, Thursdiy, Jan. 17, 1957, William E. Stillman of 334 Weslmount St. Survived by his wife Mrs. Ruth Hoefler Stillman; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth DeMay, Mrs. Janice Wnch; on sister, Mrs. Charlotte Schanbert; one grandchild; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Farrell Brothers, 51 Ridge Rdt W., near Memorial Bridge, from 2-5, 7-9 p.m, Services Monday morning at 11 o'clock, Rev. George Roser officiating. Interment in Riverside Cemetery. WARGO Suddenly. Wednesday evening !J6V,957 W" fMntrn Wargo. 108 Macbeth St., aged 36 years. She is survived by her husband, Nicholas J. Wargo; two daughters, Sonva and Sandra Lee; one son, Nicholas John; several aunts, uncles ind rouiins. Friends may call from 2-3 and 7-9 it the Boyce Funenl Home. 853 Culver Rd Funeral Monday morning at 11 o'clock. interment, Kiverside Cemetery. RALPH D. SCOBELL Funeral Strvfct 642 MAIN ST. EAST Bum Univrniy Am, i Union 5l BA. 5-3010 J. BOYD WINCHELL FUNERAL SERVICE 596 Geneset St. GEn. 8-1123 Horeli . Wead-H. Edward Wtavir Llrmtd Utmni In Memorom nieces and nenhewv CTrionHa mav rait at ihtt Tntrnh J. Buckley Funenl Pirlors, 796 Deweyi ALBRF.GTS In tender memory of our Ave. from 2-5 ind 7-10 p.m. Funeral I beloved son ind brother, Lt. August services Tuesday morning at 8:30 ind 9 o'clock at Holy Rosary Church, in small article, such as an apron, laundry bag. or pot holders Magee Grange. She leaves five nieces and lour iices p.m. will be held at 7:30 Monday in the funeral DOANE Esther Elizabeth Doane of 732 s. Main St., Newark, Friday, Jan. 18 1937. She is survived by her son, Edward Doane Jr., and five grandchildren, an 01 iNcwarK. Friends may call from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. at the Arthur Schulz. Funeral Home. Maple Court, Newark. Funeral service Monday at 2 p.m. at Schulz Funeral Home, tne Rev. Willis Sanderson officiating. Interment, Newark Cemetery. DONOVAN John Francis Donovan, aged' 62 years, of 19 Boulevard Pkwy., Friday, Jan, 18, 195". He is survived by his wife, Frances Hahn Donovan; one son, John F.. Donovan Jr.; two daughters, Mrs. Richard M. Keenan, Washington, D.C., and Miss Joan Donovan; one granddaughter, Frances Hahn Keenan; two sisters. Rev. Mother Mary Augustine, Superior, Sacramcntine Monastery, Petroskcy, Mich., and Rev. Mother Ter-esita of the Child Jesus, Prioress, Carmelite Monastery, Grand Rapids, Mich. He was a charter member of Ira Jacob-son Post, American Legion, a member of the Rotary Club ind the Sacred Heart Men's Club.' Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 lo 9 p.m. at Mattle's, 300 Cumberland St. Services Monday morning at 8:45 from the parlors and at 9:13 o'clock at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart. In lieu of flowers those wishing may contribute towards the building of a new chapel at the Sacramentine M 0 n 1 s 1 1 ry, Petroskey, Mich. GARDNER Saturdav. Jan. 19. 1957. of Mrs. Edward Gouinlock, 189 j Mr. Bull leaves his wife, Mayjat the Masonic Temple on South rank 9ar.dn" "( 83 Hebenon Rd. N. Main St. Van Amburg Bull: two daugh-jMain Street. The occasion willioardnerone son! Harold j. Gardner; Two films, loaned bv the Ferry iters. Mrs. Melvin Clark of Pratts- be roll call for members nicht. ne daughter. Mary Jane Gardner; one It's Fun to Sew" is taken by riends may can at the San-e. The fune al will be at 2 memhers who have completed dcrson Funeral Chapel, where Jf;. Thc?d5L inA t $M1 the first project. Two simple services wiU be hcld at 2 p.m,110- e Rev Arden W Coe articles must be made in thisjTucsday. The Rev. Benjamin will officiate. Burial in Palmy-Project. . iDeYoung, pastor of the Tyre." Cenf donations may be Samples of various sewing church will officiatc and burial madet J he Wayne Counly ..proiects will be made by tneitery wat.er00 leaders to take back to their 1 ' ; club. Warsaw Garden Club To See Two Movies New Staff to Preside At Warsaw OES Meet WARSAW, Jan. 19 Matron CHARLES W. BILL WHEELER, Jan. 19-Charles W. Bull, 73, died in his home,w. Mildred Cole will preside for here today (Jan. 19, 1957). ' the first time in her new office He was born hers April 30,iat the meetine of the Warsaw WARSAW, Jan. 19-The War-j 1883, a son of George R. and Centennial Chapter, Order of the .saw Garden Club will meet at, Louise Wagner Bull. He was a; Eastern Star, on Monday. The 1:30 p.m. Monday in the home member of the Vvfteeier Grange.! meeting is scheduled for 8 p.m. brother, Lyman C. Gardner, Watertown; vral nirrpi inn npnhwt. and Friends may call 1-3 and 7-9 at the in worse seea to., will De snown nurg ana mrs. uuiora a ox 011 tnanotte Mclntyre is titled: "Better Gardens for Bet-!Napes; two sons, Edwin of Bath charge of the program ter I.ivinp" inrl "Rarkprmind fnrlanri Harold nf WhefliT: ft broth- Hapl .Tpnlfine it rofroehmBnto Bityce Funeral Home, 53 Culver Rd. , i. t,i c -D..k.,..l-i,.i j Funeral Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 'Interment Jrondequoit Cemetery, Beauty." ler, George Bull of Prattsburg; 'chairman. terment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, KELLOGG Rudolph B. of Geneseo, died Jan. 18, 1957. Survived by his wife, Margaret H. Kellogg; one daughter, Mrs. Orren Baisch of Rochester; also five sisters, Mrs. Peter Versprille and Mrs. Alfred Eisenbraun of Rochester, Miss Lila Kellogg, Buffalo, Mrs. Edna Saunders, Canandaigua, Mrs. Gale Emory, Califor- Friends may call it W. S., Rector & Sons Funeral Chapel. Ill Main St., Gen-hetween the hours of 3 to 3 and 7 to 9 p.m. from where funeral services will be ncld Monaay, Jan. ii. ai . p.m. Interment will be in lempie miii Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contribu tions may be made to tne ueneseo jnein- odist Church organ runa. l.AN'ft Saturdav. Jan. 19. 1957. Eliza beth Lang of 30 Blfch Cres. Survived by several nieces ind nephews. rrinil mav rail at Farrell Bros.. 51 Ridge Rd. W., from 2 to 3 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services Tuesday morning at 8:13 and 9 o'clock it Corpus Christi Church. Interment, Holy Sepulcnre cemetery. MAC PHF.RSON Catherine M., Jan. 17, 10S7 nf 171 frlttenden Blvd. She is sur vived by four sons, Hugh M., Alexander, Tan F lienroe D. MacPherson; 11 grand- k:mfm nH t.v.n sreat-srandcmluren and one niece. She was a member of the Scottish Women'l Society. Friends may call at Holla-Leary Funeral Home. 1256 Mt. Hope Ave., from 2-3 and 7-9 where services will be held Monday afternoon it 2 o'clock. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Contributions mav be made to the Heart Fund. MACK EY James W. Mackey Sr.. 175 Parkside Ave., suddenly, t-riuay, Jan. i, 1937. He is survived by nil wire, i.uty F. Mackey; one daughter, Mrs. jonn Wingender; one son, James W. Mackey Jr.: four grandchildren; two sistas, Mrs. cmarH Ha7rl nf Niagara Falls; Mrs Walter Miller of Mill Hall, Pa.; two brothers, Frank of Bellefonte, Pa., ind Dick of Monument, Pa. .... Friends may call at the Frank Ashton Funeral Home, 1218 Culver Rd., Saturday and Sunday from 2-5 and 7-9. where lunerai scivitcn wm v. i,,r:: ernoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park, MC DUFF At the home of his son In Palmyra. N.Y., Friday, Jan. 18, 1957. James W. McDuff, formerly of Lima and Livonia. Survived by one son, James K. McDuff of Palmyra; three grandchildren. Pri,H. mav rail at O'Connell Funeral Home, 5 W. Main St., Lima, on Sunday from 2-5 and 7-9. Funeml Monday at i n m. Interment. Oak Ridge Cemetery, Lima. In lieu of flowers, family requests contributions be made to tne Mean runu MC fiRFCOR-Jlavid McGregor. 307 Merchants Rd., Thursday, Jan. I, He is survived by his wife, Edith McGregor: two daughters. Miss Bertha Mc Gregor, Mrs. Salome Strain; one son, James F, McGregor; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends are invited to attend the me morial service at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church. Winton Rd. N., corner Browncroft Blvd., Sunday afternoon at 3 o clock (no previous calling). Arrange ment by Frank Ashton Funeral Home. MENDOLA Rose Mendola of 242 Mer- rimac St,. Fridav. Jan. 18. 1957. She is survived by one son, Michael; two daughters, Mrs. Anna Baldo and Mrs Paul (Jennie) Pellittieri; one brother Joseph 'Agnello; one sister, of Buenos Aires; nine grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call it the Jesse D. Ciml-no Funeral Home, 221 Central Park it North Union. Services Monday morning at 9:45 and 10:15 at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. MURRAY Friday, Jan. 18, 1957, Charles W. Murray Jr., of 951 North St. He is survived by his wife, Grace (Tooley) Murray; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Murray Sr.; grandmother, Mrs. Cora Lee Johnson; several aunts and uncles. Friends mav call at the Savage Funeral home, 10S0 North St., from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Phillip Johnson officiating. Interment, Riverside Cemetery, While you rest In your sleep. Your memory we'll always keep. The Family. CARDONE In loving memory of Daniel A. Cardone, who died Jan. 20, 1939, 18 years ago today. Another year has ended. How quickly they roll past. But the sad, sweet memories - Of you, dear Dan. will forever last. And when this life for us is through, May It be our.greatest joy, To come to that lovely home It list. And meet again with you. High Mass at St, Patrick'! Cathedral it 12:15. Sadly missed by Wife Mary, and Children, Michael and Frances. CROMWELL In loving memory of our dearly beloved Dad who died on Jan 17, 1955. We loved him then Our hearts grew sad As time goes by We miss him more. Missed -deeply by Daughter ind Family. GIFFORD In loving memory or my wife, Minnie, who passed away Jan. 16, 1956. She bade no one a last farewell, she said goodbye to none: The heavenly angels gathered near, And a loving voice said Come. But we will meet again some day, Never more to part. And the sorrow will be lifted From i sad and aching heart. Her Husband and Daughter. GLANZF.L In loving memory of our beloved husband and father. Albert M., who passed away Jan. 19, 1946. We often sit and think of you And of the way you died; And that you could not say goodbye Before you closed your eyes. The blow was hard, the shock severe; We never dreamed your death so near. And only those who lost can tell The pain of parting without farewell. Sadiy missed by Wife, Evelyn, and Daughter, Margaret. KRESS In loving remembrance of Elmer Kress who passed away Jan. 19, 1943. God saw that he could not make it And the hills were hard to climb So he closed his weary eyelids And whispered, Peace be thine. Wife Esther LLOYD In loving memory of George B. Lloyd, who passed iway Jan. 20, 1935: He bade no one a last farewell, He said goodbye to none; His loving heart had ceased to beat, Before we knew it he was gone, He did not fail to do his best, His heart was true and tender; He worked hard for those he left, And ever will be remembered. Sadlv missed by Wife Susie, and Members of the Lloyd Family, LAPCZAK In loving memory of our dear mother, Sophie, who passed iway Jan. 19, 1956. No one knows how much we miss you, No one knows the bitter pain We have suffered since we lost you, Lite has never neen tne same. In our hearts your memory lingers Sweetly tender, fond ind true. There is not i day. dear mother, That we do not think of you. Sadly missed by Husband, Daughters and Grandchildern. MUTRIE In loving memory of our mother and father, Mary Ann, and Jo seph Mutne. me Mutne r-imuy. SASSOIM. in loving memory of my husband, Michael Sassone, who entered into the heavenly home Jan. 21. 1951. There is no final parting, , For all are in His care: And those who seem to leave us Are waiting for us there. Where we will meet our loved one, And understand at last. That dawn Is always waiting After the night is passed. Keep him, Jesus, in Thy keeping, 'Til I reach that heavenly shore, . Then, oh Jesus, let me have him, Love, and keep him as before. So often our thoughts do wander To your grave not far away, Where we laid our husband ind Father, six years ago today. From sid and loving Wife ind Children. Card of Thankt DONLON We wish to tender most gnteful thanks to the manv friends of the late John W, Donlon, particularly the Officials, the Pioneers and miny employees of the Rochester Gis ind Electric Corp. with whom Mr. Donlon worked for the past 45 years; for their kindness and sympathy, also for the beautiful floral offerings. j Wife and Family SCHWIND We wish to express our tin-cere thanks and appreciation to our many friendi who were so kind to us during our recent bereavement. j The Family of Frank J. Schwind, I FLOWERS irer th Meuagt of the heart. They are lokene of reipeet. -. Coll HAmilUl 1-1010 HO last A. tt W Pre Partial t tr$ EitmbUtktd tutint HENRY D. effcliwM, ie. Funeral Directors 141 PLYMOUTH AVI. S LO 2-3420 141 ARNETT ILVD. GEn. S-776S BRESLOFF ionium Co. 744 JOSEPH AVE. Rock of Aatt Oealtr for Monroe County I OF I I rlfPf I - $m v HA6'37" fifobllihtd J?M Sundoyi P LI,,,.,.....,.. ...iJ;,,T,T ... ... , lsllr DROTHER9 'A Name You Can TrutT Near Memorial Bridge (Off Street Parking i J God Warms His Hands at Mans Heart When He Prays.' -John M.irfifld BENDER BROS, soi Alexander st. So well Advised to prepare in advance . . . EVEN today FUNERAL HOMES INC. 532 LAKE AVE.and 109 WEST AVE. iji...ann j. ,in .ft. m rt B ,l m, jl i ,r,,ft, m, if-m- i m-f m,i "n- 1 in " 1 r 1 fit 11 m iiin i 1-1 fii -"in T-1 iim Tim rtr mim-m-r -1 ntirii s i m , u, a i,, a a m . . j , a li,Alit A

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