Chronicle-Express from Penn Yan, New York on May 27, 1954 · Page 6
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Penn Yan, New York
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Thursday, May 27, 1954
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Page Six CHRONICLE-EXPRESS, PENN YAN,: N. Y.,MAY 27, 1954 -Phone 123 G O R H A M N E W A G E MRS. FBANCI8 ADAMS, Local Representative -- PHONE STANLEY 18-F-W R U S H V I L L E C H R O N I C L E MRS. BUTH B. HAL8TEAD, Local ItepraMsntotlve -- PHONE RBBHVUXK 14 Seen and Heard In Oorhnm * Mj'. and Mrs. W i l l i a m Bndl" of ' Vtjcn spent i he weekend at the home o£ Mr. and iMrs. Oliver ' Whyte. Mrs. Sylvia Clarke wns t u k p n by "ambulance, to (len-va Genrral '/ hospital on Saturday for observu- j tion nnl treatment. ' Mr. and Mrs. Alvin KindHberger ' accompanied by Mr. and Mr.s. 1 Charles .Klpp of Punn Yan, spent s from Friday u n t i l Sunday at their cabin near Old Forge i Mrs. LeviHon Stupe with her patents, Mi and Mrs. Grover ' Clark, attended the golden wed- (ImnK anniversary of Mis. Clark's * nipp.e anl her husband, Mr. and JMrs, F i n n k Tyler of, on J Sunday afternoon. j Mr. and Mr.s. Sidney Thomas, t upcompunied by Mr. and Mrs. i Nathan Oaks of Ouks Confers, Heft on Saturday morning forBos- I ton where they will attend the (American Guernsey association (meeting. Thpy expect to return I the latter part of this week. i The Gorham Home bureau will imeet at thp home of Mrs. Alton SFredcriekson on Wednesday, June 16 at 8 o'clock. This is an Import- iant business meeting a.s programs (will be outlined for next year's wol l k. All those interested are usk- ^ed to attend this last meeting u n t i l ffall. i Mr. und Mr.s. William Jensen, who wei" spending a few days with relatives at Newark. Del., attended the funeral of Mrs. Jensen's cousin, Joseph Alexander of Philadelphia. Mi. Ylsxandcr, president of the Pennsylvania Wire Qlass company, was u former res- iident of Stanley mving left this {Vicinity nearly 40 years ago. He was 62 years of 'ige. Miss Dora DePew, Elwm DePew and their mother, Mrs Mcrlu jDePcw of Ithaca, Mr and Mis. {Thomas Bell and daughtct of Ith- jacu, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Whyle ;of, Mrs. Ada Whyte u n r f A . Whyte and .son, Lee, lit Ko che.stcr, wf-re at the DePew home on Sunday to attend the funeral of Jerome, pePew. Plans n'ave been completed Cot jthc Jvinior prom to be held at 1'ic (Cofnam Central- school K i i i f i v JcvoBing, , i- ticwis Johnson and his tbamf- w i l t -provulo niunc for danc- (ing. The rrowmnj.; of t h e kuiK a n i l {queen w i l l take place l i t I I ·'!() jUnda AJtims, diiughter of Mr .tncl (Mis. Richttrt! Adams, will · present Ulio oroM-n to the quoin umf John iBills, son' of Mr. and Mis. Louis BiTs, WifT "present Jthe k i n n . tin- crown to (Jorhnm Churches Invlta Von Mrthodlst . Sunday Their will l)r no Sun- 'luy school. 11 u m w o t ' i h i p wvico. K EllpaivSuoiTi, u lonniM 1 p a H t o i , w i l l preach. TlHii.sday, 7 p in, clioir ti'hcaH- al. Friday .3:-l. r i p m. Junior C'holi I. Klrtit l ¥ r«'sliylcrl»n Sunday 10 3d a m . worship find sermon, "Wiui Thc'ii Saci itlc- In Vain?" Sunday school vvill meet following devotions in Uic Hiinclunry. Choir roheuraul on Thursday evening lit 8. Spring musical Ii planned for Monday. Juno 7 in the church. HI. .lolm'N Liltlicriui Rpgular Sunday service 10 30 a. m.; Sunday school 11-30 a.^m.; Bible class and Con 'Irmation class 11:30 a. m. A set of flags will bi dedicated nt this Sunday's service. Confirmation find Holy Communion at the June 6 .s-rvice. Infant baptisms ut the Children's day^Hervice Juno 13. Flowers" for the sanctuary should be at the church on Saturdays. Card of Tliiinks I want to thank a\l my friends, neighbors and relatives for food, fruit, also card*, plants and flowers sent me during by illness. 21wl ' MRS. NORA FRITZ chin rh officintlnc;. Burial WHSI in (iorhum cemeteiy. He wiit bom near G o i h u m , Feb. 21, 1X!M. Ml. DoPew was, nmr- i iPd to Miss Florence Secor who di"d Sept 20, 1049. Charles K. Kisor, AIM)iiin HHIred l'imner Killed A retired Ontano county f u i m - r. Chin Ic.s R. Ki.sor, 7fi, wns kdl- d Instantly by a Pennsylvania uiilroitil freight tram at 2:4f Sut- irdiiv afternoon. May 22, 1954, us ie walked across the tracks on :he propet ty of his nephew, Ernest P"iiree, near Aloquin. The f a t a l i t y occmred at a sel- loiii used lane crossing a quarter mile north of Route 5-20. Ontano County Sheriff Earl Thompson and Deputy Sheriff Elwood Cox said Mr. Kisor was w a l k i n g north us a live-car freight train enroutp to Cunandalgiui from Stanley approached the ctosslng. The fireman of the tram, K. L Mlddleton of Caledonia, told the officers he first noticed the victim approaching the crossing wh»n the train was approximately 100 yards away. Mr. Mlddlelon warned Engineer E. L. Crofutt of Roaring Brunch, Pa., and Mr. Crofutt blew his whistle several times. Mr. Mlddleton said the farmer paid no attention. The engineer psttm- ated his speed at between 17 and 20 miles un hour. Mr. Kisor was struck by the engine and thrown almost 40 feet to the north side of the tracks. Dr. Charles E. Bobeck, Ontario county coronor, was summoned and pronounced Mr. Kisor dead from u fractured skull. He ordered the body removed to the Kennedy Funeral home at Canonduigua. Sheriff Thompson said Mr. Pearce, with whom Mr Klsor made his home, told him his uncle was extremely hard of hearing und also mif force! from an eye condition which probably prevented him from seeing or hearing the uppro'iching train.' West Middlesex Including Vine Valley Middlesex Rpbekuh lodge will hold its next, regular meeting Tuesday evening. .Kino 1. A3 tills wil !)'·· tilt- birlmluy party it is hnped I h u l 'ill members who have bnllidiiv.s 111 June will make an I'xliu i f l o r t lo be Uiotc. G u i d o n Kostci of Hopowell for- n i e i l y "f Middlesex is 111, and ,ill hope for Ills t,peedy recovery. M i s . Laura Spike celebrated her 8011s b i i t l i d i i y Saturday. On Sunday Mr find Mrs. Walter Spike planned n birthday surprise 101 her at Un; Conservation Club house on South lull. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spike and dauglilet, Jean und Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .Spike. Mr. and Mis. Wuirert Spike' o'f Sochester, M i . uiul M I K . Floyd Spike of Can- imdiilgun. and Mi and Mrs Will Holland oC Middlesex and Mr. and Mis. Clayton HnUsjll. O* Satui- day Mr. Had tell ccleDiutcrt a b i i t h d u y too. Sun "v was ri day long to be lemeiufoered by , Mi. and ,Mrs, F i u n k Tylef, when g^icsta from Roehcslor, Pnjnted Post, Canan- -taigua, Qorhiim, Penn Yan, Pot- tei, Riuhvlllv and Middlesex called at their home to Kelp them celebrate their 50th wedding an- nlv"rsury. The house was prettily decorated for the occasion with spring flowers, They received many cards and lovely gifts. Ice cream, cuke, punch and cookies were served. Their daughter, Mm. Verona Mack and daughter- in-law, Mrs. Marie Tyler, worked to make this day one long to be remembered by their pawnts. Seen and Heard In Riudivllle Honored by Lions Club Deaths First Pre-Fob House Erected in Rushville Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rector will. son have the new residence for which they have planned since purchasing a lot on South 'Main street seven years ago. At the time they acquired the lot they built an attractive two*car cinder- block garage in which they placed temporary partitions and equipped for living quarters until they could build a house. Last week Monday a corps of seven men under director Harold Sleight of Canandaigua started the foundation for a one-story prefab house, 2-1.6 by 34.0, just northeast of their temporary dwelling. On Wednesday the , men started the erection of the house which Jeromp. DePew was completed on the outside by Jerome B. DePew, 83, died un- Thursday evening. The house is expectedlv Thursday night, May the Delruy's Puccmaker-'Llne of 20, 1954, at the home of his son, National Homes with living room, Clayton of Cunandmgua RD 1. kitchen, storage, three bedrooms He had previously suffered a und both, und is the first home of heart ailment. He whs n life-long this typo to be erected in Rush- resident of the Stanley-Gorhum V1 'le. , area and had been residing t h e t e It is to be completed for occu- for the last four yeais. He was u ptinry by the last of this weeH member of t h e ' Reed Corners with heating plant, electric wlr- grangp Ing, plumbing, Interior painting, Besides hi.s son Clayton, he «nd the Installation of all kitchen leavs another son, Jam'es A. of and bathroom equipment including Cunundniguu RD I ; four grand- cubinols. children, six great grandchildren Mr. ind Mrs. Rector have both und several nieces arid nephews. alwny.s lived In this urea but are Funeral services we.iv held at both at piesent employed outside the Clayton D"Pew resident at 2 ol the village, he at the- Kennedy p. in Sund.iv w i t h Rev John New- Cheviolet guiagi 1 In Middlesex, man, pustoi of the Aloc|iiin Mctho- and she nt Romulus. Mr. and Mr.s. Elwood Johnson und son of Perth visited her mother, Mrs. S. C. Humphrey, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Smock of Wysox, Pa., were guests of Mr. and Mr.s. John Derby over the weekend. Mr. und Mrs. Glenn Stldd and daughter of Wcstfleld were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon G. Turner over the weekend. William Holbrook has returned to his home after several weeks in Clifton Springs sanitarium for surgery und care. A Wilbur Hall of Rushville, and his bi other, Aired Hall, Paul Marble, and Louis Matthews, all of Penn Yan, enjoyed a successful ashing trip to Godfrey, Ontario, Canada, over the weekend. The Mizpah class will meet Thursday evening, June S, at the home of Mrs. Wilson W, Kitch for its monthly social meeting. Mr.s. Rhettu Schweickhard and Mrs. Alice Clark will assist in entertaining. Mrs. Doris Kinncar and Mrs. Ralph Kilpatrick, who attended a nursos's convention in New York city last week were culled home on Thursday by the death of the lal- ter's father, Earl Lafler. They made the trip home by plane. Michael Brennan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brennan of Holcomb, formerly of Rushville, a member of the senior class of East Bloom- fleld Central school, won in the oratory contest at the school with his speech on "An Education*" The following friends trom Rushville attended the funeral of Mrs. Grace Hopkins In Penn Yan lust Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. W. Horiy Clark, Mis. H. J. Tyler, Mrs. L. G. Turner, Mrs, Ida Hazel, and Misses Mary and Mabel Blodgett. - ' ' Mrs. William Stoverson and two children of Ithaca spent the weekend with hei parents,,Mr., and Mrs. Ward K. Slmrpona: Mrs. Stevcrson who graduated |rom the central school here with the class of 1946, nil ended the senior banquet Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jolmcox have moved f i o m the Sheldon Bay liouso to rooms in the home of his sister, Mrs. Claud G6rton, until they can complete the building of their own home on the lot on Gorhum road In RushvHle where the foundation Is underway. Charles W. Fox of Richmond, Vu,, visited his brother, Emory Fox and family, over Sunday xvhilc on it business trip from Richmond to Buffalo. His wife and son, Charles, jr., came with him as fur.a.H Altoomi, Pa., Where her sister lives, and he wHI pick them up on )us way back later this week. Mis. Charles H. Wood was in Rochester Saturday to attend the gruduution exercises of Rochester Institute of Technology at the Eastman theatre from which Institution her grandson, Charles Richard Forstcr, graduated in mechanical engineering. He has a position with the Taylor Instrument company. Mi. und Mrs. Morris Evans and two- children of Clinton visited her aunt, Mrs. Hazel Thomas, over the weekend and attended the senior banquet at the central school. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Smith of Hall While here. Eleanor Voalc Evans and Laurlta Lafler Smith, both graduated from Rushvllle High school with the class of 1932. Assemblyman and Mrs. V. W. Boldgett were in New York city f i o m Thursday until Saturday where the New York State Port authority entertained the legislators on an Inspection tour. An interesting feature of their trip was a half-hour helicopter ride over Manhattan, around the Statue of Liberty, the spires, bridges and parks of that city. Miss Catharine Harkness of New York city, a former resident ol Rushvllle, Is taking a trip to the Pacific coast where she .visited her former Rushvllle schoolmate, Mrs. Laura Voorhees Allen of Sun Rafael, Calif., and also visited Whitman college at Walla ..Walla, Wash., and the Whitman · monument at Wai-i-lat.pu which commemorates the massacre of the Marcus Whitman family In 1847. The ladles of Rushvllle Congre ^rational church will serve dinners In the dining room of the church on Mondny, May 31. Serving will start about noon in time to accom- niodulc all those who attend the Memorial clay exercises, and wil continue until all are served. Tha menu will include chicken, biscuits and gravy, mashed potatoes buttered corn, tossed salad, cabbage salad, cottage cheese, Jelly pickles, rolls, assorted pies anJ coffee. Mrs. Maude Cone will be hostess for the May meeting of WCTU on Friday of this week a; 2:30. Mrs. Cone will present the study course, also '"Child Welfare 1 Leora M'ISS THELMA F. BECKER hleh school in Canandaigua, grad- Coward; presentation of speaker, noting from Canandaigua ucad- " TM m«i-«"- -"..i".. Given Certificate of Appreciation The officers of Rushville emv with the class of 1916. Sh-9 entered Rushville State bank as a bookkeeper upon graduation, and has worked continuously for that institution since that time. She was assistant cashier for many years before the bank was sold last year to the Security Trust company of Rochester and became one of its brunches. She resigned as an employee last winter. She knew every customer as a personal friend, and there are very few who can not recall kindnesses above and beyond the requirements of business. She has aided every Red Cross and Polio drive that has been held In this section, and her time and talents have always been available for any worthy cause or individual need. ' The good judgment of the RMSh- ville Lions club In choosing Miss Becker as 'the initial recipient of Its outstanding honor will be unanimously endorsed by all the residents of this community, Miss Becker Is a past matron of Fcnogowone Chapter OBS of Rushvllle, a charter member of the Penn Yan Business and Professional Women's club, and has been a member of the Republican Vcrnon W. BlodgeU; speaker, John Smlngler; National anthem by the massed bands; taps; closing prayer, Roland Redclout; retirement of colors; firing squad su'itue. Charles A. Crowe wilt be marshal; Roy Fisher, assistant marshal. The twb local American Legion posts each year put flags on the soldiers' graves in U neighboring cemeteries before Memorial day. their for several years on the executive ' committee of the county. · JL lie u u i u u i a ui nuaii v u w c -uiuna . . . n i\* n\ . # club advanced the feature of their County committee of thejown^of Charter night program, Friday evening presented highest honor, their annual Certificate of Appreciation, to Miss Thelma F. Becker as the citizen of the year whom they had chosen as having given the most in time and ffort to the betterment of the ommunlly. The presentation | was rpado by resident William Volt in the room f the Thompson Memorial hospi- ;al where Miss Becker' haS Taeen patient for the past' four vwteks. Vhen it was determ/ned thajt she /ould be unable to Be the g^fest of onor of the club al/ CharteJ' night mopooooooooaocpcccooaooooooac INSURANCE SERVICE Whatever you need in the LiKunuiee line I will be glad to go over il with you. 1 would like to explain our new Fire Policy which also covers smoke or smudge, vandalism and malicious mischief and loss of contents of home freezer, against power failure. Also be glad to explain our Extended Medical Payments, Comprehensive Personal Liability, Farm Comprehensive Liability and to show you what you can save on Automobile Insurance, through our higher dividend payments. Drop inn a curd, phone or cull at liny I Inn-. No obligation, I will INI pleased to jflvc .you any Information. GEORGE F. NICHOLS Phono Stanley 67-Y-13 Gorham, N. Y. Is the program topic. Humphrey will preside and lead devotions, the devotional theme being "Candles of the Lord." Rol call items from .Union Signal wil bo in charge of Mrs. Henry Voor hoes. Mrs., Voorhees will also re late some interesting items from letters received from her daugh ter, Mrs. George Hawley,,.written froiTi'"Egypt where Mr. Hawley Is stationed. Election of officers Is planned for this meeting. Weddings NiikuNlilan-llolton Miss Phyllis Holton, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. James Luther Hoi ton of Great Neck, L. I., wa married Saturday afternoon, -Ma; 15, 1 !)"·!, to Robert Nakuihian, so of Mis. George Naluishia'n and th lute Mr. Nakushlan of Groat Neck The ceremony was performed b the Rev. Dr. Frederick Kelle Slamm at Great Neck Communit church, and was followed by reception and buffet supper to ICX n June 7, as had 1 been manned, . was decided to present We certi- cate to her before that date. Olh- r officers of ih* clu.|) who were resent at the presentSmoji were Ice-presidents John W. Hobart, Mayor Edward Cl Harvey, and iliver S. Williams, sr. In presenting tfie certlfl'catfi *Mr. /oit said: "Miss Becker, each year ur Lions club will present a cei'i illcatc of appreciation to the per- on who has given most in time nd effort to the betterment of. our ommunlty, You, Miss Becker, re the first to receive this award. "This club honors you for the of service you have given his community, for the numerous harlty drives which you have leaded, and for the time and (fort which you have givci recly and unselnahly tp.imHke thii a batter place In which to live. "In behalf of our membership a.4 president of this eju| 'it is m; ileasurc to present (hfs Ceftincat f Appreciation, We, yifl,^ifflcer« know of no one mons deservini " it than you." / i . . i The certificate itself carries thi allowing Inscription:--"May it--be 1 tnown that this certificate has lecn presented to Tlwlma F. Beck« er by the Rushvllle Lions club In appreciation of the invaluable ervlces and cooperation cxtcnd- »(]." It is signed by William Volt, 'resident, and Henry L. McDoug- il, secretary, and is dated June 7, 954. Miss Becker has always lived in his community of which her foi-e- athera were among the first sellers. She is the only daughter f Mrs. Kate Bassett Becker and he- late Frank Becker of Vine Valley where the family home Is itilt maintained. She attended grade school and RushvIHe Couple To Mark 45th Anniversary On Saturday, May 2D, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Harrlsjon of South Main sheet will Vsaeh the 45th anniversary of their marriage, and their children are planning to celebrate the occasion with a party to about SO relatives and friends that evening at the Harrison home. Aleln Laflep', i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lafler, and Allen Harrison, aonfit^Mt. and. Mrs. Ambrose Harrison; all of Rushville, were married May 29, 1909, by the Rev. Gerald Jarvls, pastor of Gorham , Methodist church, in , Ills home. Ttyy Kv«d with her paients for a'few months on the farm now owned by Wendell Curtis 'before starting housekeeping in Mrs. Emma Kctcham's home, now owned by Russell Cuffee, whlls Mr. Harrison worked Ihe Kctcham farm. They later worked on the Frank B. Loomis farm for eight years and also on the Arlington Uapes farm, .before they bought their present home In Rushville 30 'years ago. Mr. 'Harrison has worked as a carpenter In later years. They had five children, four of Mr.s. Maude McCaul returned home Sunday from her daughter'* In Cleveland, where she has been since Easter. A Community supper will be served ut the Town hall Friday evening of this we«k by the trustees of the Methodist church. Slipper at 7, Bring table service and a dish to pass. Card or Thank* We wlxh to thank the tions, friends and neighbors and all who helped \o make our Golden Wedding anniversary such a delightful occasion. Aluo for flowers, cards and gifts. FRANK AND AMY TYLER, 21wl Middlesex. whom, a to be ''p ; »nd who expect Mt ^Bdturday evening. They are Mrs. William Terpstfa " Gordon Mrs. and Sgt. William Terpstra', jr., now staloned In the State of WashintfSW.WlWM. Harrison has one sftyMwiiifrnnie Francisco and Mr, Harrl- a brother, idelberger of the , Corners road and hf Of Geneva. «,! Harrison are both : and arc looking on of their Mrs. RushVilU-j! FranU ,$i 'Mr:, Ant in exc anniversary. Legion Sponsors Me lion Soon mortal Se Services guest.-! n l the Douglaston club. Thi bride, who was given in mai riage by her father, wore a own of white embroidered or- jandy, with Juliet cap und veil, mil carried, a bouquet of lilies-of- .lie-vallcy, Miss Johanna Chai't of.,, Great Sfeck was maid of honor ankl wore blue embroidered orKJWW- The bridesmaids, Miss CAr' Kelly of Whllo Plains, and Miss Janet Shields of River Edge, N. J., were ;owned In pink.'AH carried bouquets of roses and snapdragons. John Nakushlan was best man for his brother,' and, the ushers were William Holton;'J*rother of the biide, and Eugene Vassal! of Great Neck. The newly ^married couple flew to Miami Bea^h, Fla,, for a 10 days honeymoon'. The bride attended Hffcd college and was graduated this month from St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in New York. The bridegroom is with an importing com* oany In New York. Among those who attended the .veddlng were Hie bride's grandmother, Mrs. William Holton and aunt, Miss Rose Holton, both of Utlca; and another aunt, Mrs. Basil Potter of Port Ewcn. The wedding Is of Interest to residents of this section because the bride is of the seventh generation of Holtons who came to the wilderness here In 1788 and continuously occupied t)W Holton farm in the Town of Fetter until after the death of Willlatti F. Holton in 1042. His grttidchlldren spent their summers here until the farm was sold to Mr., and Mrs. Paul Binghum in ,1947. Mrs. William Holton now makes her home with her daughter, Miss Rose, m Utlca. Und,er sponsorship of the Robson-Savage post and the Memorial post of the American Legion, Me- motial day m the Middlesex-Rush- /IHp-Gorham area will be observed Monday, May 31, by services at he three village cemeteries and with a short memorial program at ~!orham to whiclv the entire community is invited. John Smlngler, a British air force pilot in World War II and now an Instructor in Muhvllta Churches -- Invite Ton First Congregational Sunday, May 30, worship ice at 10:45 a. m.; Sunday school at 12 m. The ladles of the church will serve dinners in the dining room of the church on Monday, May 31, starting at 12:30 o'clock. ·Rev. and Mrs. Robert K. Barrows of Mansfield Center, Conn. have announced to friends of his former congregation here, the birth of their second son, Rlcnarc Goldlng, on May 17, 1654. Miss Jean Wild, superintendent of the Primary, Is training the children for a Children's day program, he Gorham ipeaKef school, will be the e ''program. ^ll form at pi* Middlesex town haft at 9 a. m. to march to their cemetery In the following Jlne-iip : " marshal, color guard, Gartam-^hool band, nrlng squadj Memorial ,post and Ladies auXlliski'-yV'Robson-Savage post and auxiliary, Gotham firemen, Staney firemen, 'Gorham Boy Scouts, Gorhonj' -Cub Scouts, Potter Boy Scouts,, MVCS 'band, Rushville firemen,, Rushvillo firemen auxiliary, Middlesex firemen, Middlesex Girl Scents, Cottage City Boy Scouts, Cottage City Cub Scouts, Rush- vllle Boy Scouts, Rushville Cub 3c6uts, Middlesex Boy Scouts, Mltidlesex Cub Scouts. "The com- ·nittae In charge requests that no lorses be in the parade at any time. · With the line of march in slightly different order, the procession will form at the Rushville Grange mil at 10 a. m. and proceed to the cemetery. At about. 11 o'clock the line will reform at Maple street in Gorham and after the ' ceremony in that cemetery, will return to the Main street where ,. the .following program wilt take place out doon if the weather permits: advance of colors? 'post prayer, Lawrence D. Middlesex Freewill BaptUt The Bible study and choir practice will lie lukcn up this week the young people can attend the conference at LeTourncan Christian camp. The choij' enjoysd an outing and picnic at Vine Valley Saturday afternoon and evening, Sunday, 11 a. in., morning worship | 12 m., Bible schooj; a, evening service. Mrs. Harrietle Daniels has been quite ill. Mr.s. Arthur Button has ben caring for her the past three weeks, Mrs, Hllman Underwood was ih Syracuse from Monday until Thursday evening attending uie Rebekuh assembly as the delegate from here. Mrs. Betty Potter spent 'the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Semans near Aloquin. Mr. and Mrs. Granger Fires and two children and his father, Frank Fires of Rochester, were weekend guests of the Frederick Harter family. ' Mr. and Mrs, Carl Chrysler were with their daughter, Mm. Donald Speers and family in Canandaigua, Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Foster went lo Rochester Sunday afternoon to visit her son, Earl and wife for u week. ·Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bodlne and family have moved to the Bertha Roach house on Mill street from near Honeoye Falls. He works for 'S. C, Emerson. Miss Ernestine Hamilton of Rushvllle spent the weekend with Miss Betty Bagley. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Button and Ray Lafler, jr., went to Washington, D. C., Thursday evening. They came back Sunday bringing Mrs. Lafler and little daughter home lifter spending two weeks with her slater and family. One hundred seventy relatives and friends attended open house for the golden wedding anniversary for Mr, and Mn. Frank Tyler Sunday afternoon and evsmng. Baskets and bouquets of spring flowers and golden colored bells decorated the large living room and porch. A four-tiered wedding present were from Painted Po»t, Hoxsh- Gorham. Among them were Mr. Tyler's nieces, Mrs. Sterling Blair and Mrs. .William Ward and his cousins, Mi's. Ha^el Merriman of Rochester and Leon Reynolds. Another cousin, Tyler Reynolds, was not present. He has other cousin's In the West and gi*ndnl*ce». Mis* N o r m a Hughner and friend, Peggy Sherman of Livonia, spent the weekend at the former's home here, Saturday they took Miss Hughner's grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. Richard Hughner to see their son, Fayette, who la very 111 in Clifton Springs hospital. The Misses Hughner und S/ierman arranged to begin work there Sept. Fred Mack was no so well over the weekend. s Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lafler and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lafler of Naples went lo Havre d£ Grace, Mel., Saturday to visit the former's .son, Arthur und family, until Sunday. Mrs. Edgar LaflW remained for a week. Mrs. George William*, sr., Mrs. Stuart Mitchell, Mrs.' Lillian Luf- ).er, Mrs. Richard Hujhnei and Mrs. Raymond Lafler, sr., attended the County Legion auxiliary meet ing in Dundee Thursday evening. Mrs. Laura Spike was a Sunday dinner guest in the home of her son, Walter and family. In honor of her birthday which was Saturday. Mrs. Charles MARTIN'S RUSHVILLE, N. Y. Drugs Noxzema -- Moth Orytteli Larvex Dry Goods . ' Matched Suit*, 8-16 yean Men'a Matched Suit* MoJud PliMe Slip* MoJud Crepe Slip* Nylon Slip* , MoJud, Berkshire Stockton Sheet* -- Pillow COM* Lee of Zephyr Hills, Fla., who formerly lived here and spent her summers here, underwent an operation in Dade City hospital, Florida Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spike entertained c party of 17 at the Conservation club Sunday in honor of his mother's and Clayton Hadsell's birthdays, which were Saturday. Mrs. George 'Spike's which was May 3 and Mrs. Warren Spike of Rochester whose birthday in May 29. Italy Valley Mrs. Howard Dunton returned from her trip to Baltimore, Ana- polls and Washington Sunday evening. WYMAN BROS. MOM 4*7 Oar. B. MUa mad L*k« Bta. TM BULLDOZING and GRADING 8 and 15-ton Machlnti -- Shod to Fit Yow Job FREE ESTIMATE -- IY THE JOI Ot HOUR GUY FRANCISCO AND SONS MlddkMx Fhoiw RwfcvWe 12-Y.ll JOHN W. HOBART. Funeral LADY ASSISTANT Ambulance Service -: FURNITURE : -- Store 10-Y-2 PHONES Residence 10-Y-12 G.LF. Laying Mash, Growing Mash Turkey Ft«d A. B. CARSON ' Closed Saturday Afternoons RwhvMt, N. Y. Buying Wool All Khd* of dov*r NEW BANKING HOURS Effective June 1st DAILY; 3P.M. and FRIDAY NIGHTS:630 to 8 SEanmY'TRlIST'QDMPANY Paint Paint Paint We Carry MARTIN-SENIOR, Outside and InsMt Also IPS FLATLUX and Saton* Alkyd Flat Enamel * Summer Coal Prices NOW IN IFHCT RH Your Un Now and Save Money by toyhif Co* M. C. HEADLEY Rwbvfeo; N. Y. 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