Wellsville Daily Reporter from Wellsville, New York on August 27, 1963 · Page 3
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Wellsville Daily Reporter from Wellsville, New York · Page 3

Wellsville, New York
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Tuesday, August 27, 1963
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Tuesday, August 27, 1963 WELLSVILLE DAILY REPORTER, WELLSVILLE, NEW YORK Pa§8 Thfil r_j J JTT •^^^^^mmtaaaaat. William Parry Named Associate Professor At Alfred University ALFRED — William D. Parry of the Philadelphia Museum College cf Art lias been appointed'As- sociate Professor nf ScuM'.trp and Design at Slate University of New York Co'leg'' cf Ceramics at Alfred University, President M. Ellis Drake announced todav. Parry is a native of Lehighlon, Pa., and graduated from t l ie Cnl- lege of Ceramics with a Bachelor of Fine Arts d-gree in 1047. His undergraduate studies were interrupted by W-irld War II when he served in the U.S. Army and graduated from Off'ccr Candida School in Chemical Warfare Service. He later attended the Education and Orientation Officers School in Paris. During the first year following his graduation from A'frcd University, he worked as glaze technician for Riv-rside China Co. and later as a designer for Ceramic Specialties while teaching in the adult education evening program | nt C rona, Calif. | In 1948 he became Director of i Ceramics for the Philadelphia ' Museum College of Art, a position > he held until his' recent appoint- ( cut to the Ceramic College faculty. In addition, he has served as Director of the Dimensional Design Department at the Museum ; since 1955. As a Professor at the Museum College, he has planned ; nnd directed 'instruction of several courses of study. Parry lias spent several summers teaching ceramics at Alfred, i Kutztown Stale Teachers College, I and Pennsylvania Stale Univcr- i sity. i As a ceramic designer he "as • held one man shows of his work at the Philadrp'hia Art Alliance in 1951 and I960, has participated in a number of group shows, and has been represented in a number of exhibitions, including the Brussels International Exhibition in Belgium in 1958 and the Intcrnatonal Exchange Exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland, in I960. Parry is a member of the 1'^ciu-1 cationa'l Council of the American Ceramic Society and had served as Chairman and Secretary of j the Society's Design Division. ! His wife is the former Nellie i Bond, daughter of the late Dr. Ah- ; Vi; J C. Bond. Dean of t'ic Sclioo of Theology at Alfred University. The c-uple has three daughters. ; Megan, 19, Wyn 15, and Amanda : 10. Home Near Rushford Saved by Neighbor RUSHFORD — An alert neighbor saved the Harry Franks residence at Hardys Corners here yesterday afternoon. Noticing sparks arising from a chimney of the Franks home, Gerald Durkee summoned firemen and broke into the houss to quell a fire in a wood stove in the kitchen. The Franks family had left earlier in the day. Local firefighters answered the 4:34- p.m. alarm extinguishing the flames. Only minor smoke damage resulted. Genesee Postmaster Honored at Dinner GENESEE, Pa. — A surprise dinner party was given by the Genesee Post Office employes at the Hotel Wellsville Thursday evening, Aug. 22, honoring Mrs. Beatrice Fitzstephens who retired as postmaster on Aug. 1. She has served 13 years as clerk and 12 years as postmaster. Sixteen were present including the following guests, Postmaster George Probasco and Mrs. Probasco of Whitcsville and Postmaster Edward Gent, of Wellsville. Mrs. Fitzstephens was presented a set of luggage as a gift. Miss Samantha F. Grid ley ide of James C Minges Rochester, ftockvillc Center, Whilesvillc, Belmont, Jamestown, and Binghamlon; Genesee, Cham- bcrsburg, and York, Pa.; Haddert- field and Summitt, N. J.; Chicago, 111.; Greenwich, Conn.; and Baltimore, Md. After a two-week visit to Bermuda, the couple will reside I n Stannards. For traveling, Ihe bride selecled a light blue sheath dress with a blue and white coat and bone accessories. Botli the bride and groom arc 1959 graduates of Wellsville High School. Mrs. Minges attended Alfred University and will graduate from Union Memorial Hospital's School of Nursing in Baltimore, Md., Sept. 7, 1963. She intends to work at Jones Memorial Hospital. Her husband graduated from BuckiToll University last June, and will enter the U. S. Army as a second lieutenant in February, 1964. Presently he is employed at the Minges Dairy. Prenuptial events included a personal shower ?ivcn by the Misses Anderson and Gray; a variety shower by Mrs. Charbs Wilson and Mrs. .Gerald Poet; a linen shower by Mrs. E. W. Barnes; a kitchen shower by Mrs. Edwin F. Comstock, Mrs. George Holbrook and Mrs. Montgomery Mitchell; a luncheon by Mrs. Rufus Scott and Mrs. Joseph Waitkus, given prior to the wedding for the bridal party and out-of-town guests; and a rehearsal dinner by the groom's parents at the Wellsvills Country Club, followed by a dance given by the bride's parents. Hospital Notes JONES MEMORIAL HOSPffAL Census — 58 Adults, 6 Babies 5 Operations Admissions Theod re Oliver, Allcntown . Duane Poltrr. 167 Pine St. James Mulhol'and, Andover Andrew Monroe, Bolivar Mrs. Howard Davidson, Sandusky Fred House, Genesee, Pa. Mrs. William Gena, 53 Howard St. Mrs. James Hayncs, Allentown Discharges Brlty Curry, 3 Loring Ave. Baby Dawn Horton, SRB William Ingalls, RD 3 BRIDE OF JAMES CLAIR MINGES (photo by Thatcher) The marriage of Miss Samantha Fassett Gridley and James Clair Minges was solemnized Saturday afternoon at four o'clock in St. John's Episcopal Church. The double - ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Thomas W. Murray after traditional wedding music, including "O Perfect Love" was rendered by organist Mrs. Harriet Demmer. The altar and chancel steps were decorated with baskets of pink carnations and white mums. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Philo Gridley of 25 Fairview Avc., and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair O. Minges of Stannards. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was attired in a silk- faced, peau de sole gown, enhanced with appliques of Alencon lace and simulated seed pearls. She carried a white prayer book, which belonged to her sister, and i white orchid. Her headpiece was a small lace crown, accented with seed pearls and styled with a two- tiered, finger-tip veil. Maid of honor was the bride's i sister, Miss Cynthia Lee Gridley. She was gowned in a rose petal, floor-length sheath dress of peau- de soie. She wore matching accessories and carried a bouquet of white mums and' rose carnations, set off with green ivy. Bridesmaids were the Misses Patricia Joan Anderson of Haddonfield, N. J., Karen Lee King o f | York, Pa., and Judith Carolyn Gray j of Baltimore, Md. They w ore i mint green, floor-length sheath ! dresses, styled identically to that | of the maid of honor, and each | carried a cascade bouquet o f I white mums, rose carnations and ! ivy. i All of the bridal attendants wore white gloves, gifts of the bride. The Misses Patricia Ann and Barbara Sue Mansfield, the groom's nieces of this place, were flower girls. They were outfitted in floor-length gowns of white o r- gancly, fashioned with gre'on cessories and carried bouquets identical to those of the other attendants. Richard Shuman Zimmerman of Chambersburg, Pa. was best man. Ushers were Thomas Henry Kulp, Gerald David Peet, of this place, and Allan Scott of Orchard Park. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Gridley choss a rose beige silk dress with complementary accessories. The groom's mother selected a groen lace and silk dress with matching accessories. Both mothers wore white orchid corsages. A reception was given immediately after the ceremony at the Wellsville Country Club for approximately 170 guests. The bride's table was banked with white snapdragons and pink roses, and the club was decorated throughout with white .mums and pink carnations. The wedding cake was four-tiered and adorned with white flowers. The cake was cut and served with a bridal knife which belonged to the bride's great grandmother, Mrs. I. N. Fassett. Out-of-town guests attended from Wellsville Menus WEDNESDAY — Fruit juice, beef barbecue on bun, oven-browned potatoes, pickle slice, peach slices with blueberry garnish. , THURSDAY — Macaroni salad with vegetables, toasted ham and cheese sandwich, fruit cup, milk. FRIDAY — Fruit juice, tuna cheeseburger, calypso salad with tomato wedge, potato chips, fruited vanilla pudding, milk. LARRY KEATING DIES HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Larry Keating, 67, veteran character actor who appeared in movies, television and radio, died .Monday of leukemia. Keating had been ill about six months but continued performing as a regular in the cast of television's "Mr. Ed" until last week. He was born in St. Paul, Minn. Ever add grated carrot to potato salad? Looks pretty and tasles good. CUBA Admissions Thomas Dey, B -livar Mrs. Sadie Howard, Clean Roy Hedden. Bolivar Mrs. Joyce McCollister, Cuba Mrs. Jane Crook. Friendship Mrs. .Judy Float, Little Genesee Philip Wood, Bolivar Discharges Mrs. Sandra Thor.iton and son. Rushford OLEAN GENERAL Admissions D:.-nald Cutler, Shinglchouse, Pa. Discharges Mrs. Mary McScobie, Bolivar Norman Mil'cr, Wellsville ST. FRANCIS, OLEAN Births Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lounsberry, Bolivar, a daughter, Saturday. BETIIESDA, HORNELL Discharges Mrs. Minta Rawlcigh and son, Alfred Station Mrs. Bernice Lounsberry. Andover Neils Nelson, Andover ST. JAMES, HORNELL Admissions Mrs. Vergiline Brownson, Andover Robert Sisson, Jr., Wellsville Elmer Coats, Andover Discharges Mrs. Kathcrinc Burdick, Belmont Mrs. June Deschler, Wellsville PRODUCTION MEETING Nancy Howe Players are conducting a production meeting for "Annie Get Your Gun" in the story hour room of the David A. Howe library at 7:30 p.m. tonight. Anyone interested in working on this play is asked to attend. McKeon County Fair Opens at Smethport; 'Craty' Act Tomorrow SMETHPORT, Pa. — McKcan County Fair opens today in Smctli- port. ' Large numbers of exhibits, displays, concessions, and rides are all sot up to provide hours of entertainment for fair goers. The art show, an especially popular attraction, has been considerably enlarged and new backboards provided. I There's no afternoon performance, but tonight Joie Chilwood, in person with his thrill show will appear in front of the grandstand. Crashes, roll overs, clowns, and a new rocket jump will provide ex- ( citing thrills for spectators. i Tomorrow marks the second day '• of the fair with judging beginning j In the home economics and youth ' departments. Flowers and livestock must be in place by 4 p.m. Tomorrow, the stage revue opens with the evening performances at 7:15 and 9:30. Appearing will be Johnnie Woods, comic Master of Ceremonies; Joyce Hendryx with her xylophone; Ross and Ross, novelty punching bag team; tiie Florida Trio, pantomime comedy; the Di Mara Ssisters, Roulette recording singers; Raye and Roman, aero-adagio dance act. Frank Fontaine, "Crazy" Guggenheim of the Jackie Gleason Show, headlines the program al both performances. Large numbers of reservations have been received and the fair association is putting 1,000 extra seats on the track to assure Fontaine's many fans a seat. Alfred Tech Student Charged in Hit-Run; Victim Reported Fair HORNELL — A 17-year-old Alfred Tech summer'student will be j arraigned in City Court here Friday on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident. Donald L. Garlhwaile, Jr., North Toiiawanda, free in $150 bail, was arrested by local police early Saturday morning after he allegedly struck a 62-year-old Erie - Lackawanna Railroad employe in Lod- cr St. Friday night. Waynet Heil of Wavarly, Pa., a machinist in the Hornell Diesel Shop, was reported in fair condi- j (ion al SI. James Mercy Hospital with compound fractures of both legs, a brain concusion and multiple cuts and head bruises. Garlhwaile is charged with being the driver of the automobile which struck Heil at 11:40 p.m. as he was walking toward the depot to board a train for his home in Waverly. According to police, Garthwailcj was driving a car he had borrowed in Alfred from Steven Webster of Him rod. Marjorie Glosser In Pennsy School Dr. and Mrs. John Glosser have returned from Pittsburgh, where they took their daughter, Marjorie Lynn, on Saturday. Miss Glosser is a student at Point Park Junior College at Pittsburgh. Her address is: The Sher- \vyn Hotel, 212 Wood St., Pittsburgh 22, Pa. FORMER PUBLISHER SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (AP) — George V. Sheridan, 75, former publisher of the Springfield Sun and founder of the Ohio State Council of Retail Merchants, died Monday of a heart attack. When you open a package of dried apple slices, remove any not used at once to a tightly covered jar to prevent moisture and molding. "Gift For Jack Dixon" Gifts to Jack Dlxon by the Andover community and Its people arc now being accepted by a .committee of Andover area friends. .tack is now at his home in An* tlover convalescing from surgery performed at Rochester. He has been ill for the past two months. Persons interested In taking part In a "Gift for Jack" can forward their contributions to Box 162 Andover, N. Y., prior to 8/31/63, or leave them at the following locations: Cliinvelta Hardware, Wellsville Short's Service Sta., Andover Joyce Pipeline, Andover Citizens National Bank, Andover, Alfred or Wellsville Office Special During August 8 Ib. LOAD DRY CLEANING FOR ONLY $2.00 Plus $1.00 Worth of Gas FREE -at- SHORT'S NORGE VILLAGE Alfred, N. Y. Be Ready For School In WEATKERBIRD SHOES Smith's Shoe Store V.F.W. AUXILIARY Tlie Auxiliary of Frank B. Church Post 2530, V.F.W., will hold a regular meeting Wednesday night at 8 in Hie post rooms. Officers urged best possible atlendance for ritual practice, preparing for annual inspection by state officers. Dancing Saturday Night 9 — 1 Yale Jacobs Orchestra BOLIVAR HOTEL Dinners Daily 5:30 - 8:30 Sunday Dinners 1:30 - 7:00 FISH FRY FRIDAY Party, Banquet Caterinj Phone 62 Bolivar Bob and Eleanor Grundon WE WOULD LIKE TO BE YOUR FRIEND The practice of pharmacy offers many opportunities to be of service, Everything we supply is an aid to your better health or comfort. Our college studies enables us to protect you from harm. When you get any non-prescription remedy or health-aid, why not ask our professional opinion of its merit? We wilt give you an honest judgment. If we advise it might be wiser to consult a physician, instead of self treating, it may spare you future trouble. YOVR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine, pick up youv prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people en? trust us with their prescriptions. May we pom- pound yours? t phone 33} HALL'S DRUG STORE 176 N, Main St. WeUsvilie, N. V, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS Copyright 1963 (W-8-1-63) MARLEE M 3-in-1" VILLAGE STROLLER Style 2499 A versatile, all weather coat that serves three fashion purposes. A full length Cotton Suede Topcoat with detachable half belt, half moon pockets, drop shoulders and double breasted buttons. Separate corduroy ZIP - JACKET has bulky knit collar and sleeves. Can be worn three ways — all together — as a Zip Jacket — and as a slimline Topcoat without the liner. COLORS: Brown and Green SIZES: G - M. This is just one of the nearly fifty pre-teen coats specially designed for the teen age girl, now in stock, Choose now from this complete assortment at our special August sale prices. Priced $24.75 to $39.95 Teen Shop — Second Floor "It Pays to Buy Quality" Davids - $2095 $1395 - $1895 - $1395 - - $1195 - - $1195 """ $1395 - $1095 1962 FORD Foirlane "500", Sport Coupe 16,000 miles 1961 CORVAIR, 4 Door, Automatic Radio, Heater 1961 FORD Convertible, Cruisomotic - • Power Brakes, Power Steering, Radio 1961 PLYMOUTH 4 Door, V-8, Belvidere Automatic, Radio and Heater 1960 FORD Ranch Wagon, 2 Door, 6 Cylinder - - $1095 Standard 1960 FORD Foirlane 500, 4 Door, V-8 - Standard, Radio and Healer 1960 FORD Fairlane 500, 2 Door, V-8 ___ __ Automatic, Radio and Healer 1960 FORD Starliner V-8, Automatic - Power Steering, Radio and Heater 1960 FALCON 2 Door, 6 Cylinder - Standard, Radio and Heater 1959 FORD 2 Door, 6 Cylinder $995 Standard, Overdrive, Heater 1959 FORD Country Sedan, 9 Pass. - - - $1195 Automatic, Radio and Healer _ 1959 PLYMOUTH 4 Door Hard top, V-8 - - ~ - - $595 Automatic, Radio and Healer 1959 MERCURY 4 Door, V-8, Automatic - - ~ $995 Radio and Heater 1958 FORD 4 Door, V-8, Automatic, Radio, Heater - $795 1958 FORD 2 Door, V-8, Automatic, Radio, Heater - $695 - $395 - $1095 - - $95 - $895 1958 MERCURY, V-8 Wagon, 4 Door Radio and Heater, (as is) 1957 CADILLAC Coupe DeVille, All Power 1956 FORD Wagon, V-8, Standard, (as is) 1959 FORD PICKUP, 1/2 ton, 6 Cylinder ONLY 10 NEW CARS LEFT 2 Demonstrators In Stock UP TO $500 OFF On New or Demonstrator Models Bill WEBER, SR. FRITZ CRONAUER MILTON H. SWEET Bolivar Road Phone 998 or 508 Wellwille

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