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Thursday, May 30, 194« THE DB RUYTBR GLBANBR PAOE THRSB
May 28.—Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Does Your 6flR Need Repairs?
V. Cashel and daughters Margaret
and Joyce were Sunday guests of
•> his brother Frank Cashel and fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Perkins and ARE BACK!
son of Homer were Sunday callers
a t the home of their aunt, Mrs. PURREY—Made by Nashua $6.45
GARAGE NOW OPEN Jessie Lee.
Mrs. Carrie Coon was in Cort-
CANNON—100% Wool $11.95
READY FOR BUSINESS Mrs. Hilbert Lambert entertain-
ed about 20 relatives and friends
Blue — Green — Mahogany — Rose Dust — White
Expert Mechanic Modern Equipment Saturday evening in honor of the
birthday' of her husband. Light re- Buy them for gifts NOW at Low Prices!
Satisfactory Work Guaranteed! freshments weise served including a
birthday cake. The evening was
spent in visiting and games. LADIES PLASTIC
WE ALSO CARRY
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. N. Hart 49o - BOOKS • 49c
have issued invitations for the mar-
riage of their niece, Miss Eleanor
PURSES $3.25 WESTERNS
Full Line FORD PARTS GAS - OIL - GREASES Cramer and Alfred Palmer in Cuy-
ler Methodist church Sunday, June
Assorted Styles — White, Red,
M Y S T E R Y and ROMANCE
By America's Most Gifted
Accessories of All Kinds TIRES AND TUBES 9th at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. Nora Gates of Cortland is Brown and Black. Writers.
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Flora
DISTRIBUTORS FOR There will be a miscellaneous
EASY Washing Machines | G-E Electrical Appliances shower given by the community for
Miss Eleanor Cramer and Alfred
Palmer in Grange Hall Friday eve-
FOR PROMPT SERVICE
ning, May 31. Everyone is invited.
On Friday, June 7, all who .are
interested, come to the church clean-
Cigarettes Carton $1.49
CALL v ing bee a t 10 a. m. Bring own
lunch. Coffee will be furnished.
All Popular Brands in Stock
Sunday, June 2nd, Conference
H. E. NEWCOMB & SON Sunday. No church services.
Pvt. J a m e s Hurlbert Jr., is now
stationed in Fort Knox, Ky., with COTTAGE SETS Pair $1.95 and up
the mechanical cavalry. TAILORED NET & MARQUISETTE, pr. 3.75 & up
Mrs. David Atkinson has returned
SALES 5&rz6 SERVICE to her home here but is still unable
to be about. Her foot is doing nicely
under the care of Dr. Hamlin. GARDEN, VEGETABLE & FLOWER
Phone Truxton 95-F12 GUYLER, N. Y. PLANTS
Cuyler Grange Notes
Cuyler Grange was well repre- TOMATO CABBAGE PEPPER ONION
sented a t the Cortland County meet- CAULIFLOWER BRUSSELS SPROUTS
ing held in Cincinnatus, Wednesday,
May 22nd. Five candidates from BROCCOLI
Cuyler received the 3rd and 4th de-
PANSIES GERANIUMS PETUNIAS
May 27—Mrs. T. D. Harrington Cuyler Grange had charge of the
ESSO SERVICE 59, died Wednesday, May 22, 1946,
at her home on So. Main street, af-
ter an illness of four years. She
had lived in Cincinnatus for the
past 23 years, moving here from
4th degree tableau. There was a
total attendance of nestrly 300 at
Cortland. She was a member of North Pitcher For a successful garden and beautiful lawn you will need
the Methodist church and the Cin-
ESSO AND ESSO EXTRA GAS cinnatus OES. She is survived by
May 20—Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bol-
ster of Cortland spent last Tuesday VIGORO PLANT FOOD
her husband and three daughters, afternoon with his sister, Mrs. W.
Mrs. Robert Kohn of Johnson City, E. Newcomb. ,
' All sizes in stock!
Mrs. Paul Burlingame of Bingham-
X ESSO MOTOR O I L - U N E X C E L L E D ton, Miss Thelma Harrington of
last Wednesday in town.
Cincinnatus; two granddaughters,Floyd Miner returned home with STORE OPEN WED. & SAT. NIGHTO
Miss Beverly Romine of Cincinna- her for a few days' visit.
tus, Susan Kohn of Johnson City.
Atlas Tires Exide Batteries Mrs. Martha Plaisted and Mrs.
The funeral was held Friday in the W. E. Newcomb were shopping in
• • Methodist church. Dr. Otis Fischer Cortland last Thursday.
Lubrication Accessories officiated with burial in North Coles-
Mrs. Hazel Miner spent Friday
Tire Repair & Recapping Miss Grace Edwards of Lisle was Mrs. Lynn Hakes, Mrs. Minnie
GROCERIES — MEATS — BOOTS AND SHOES
Wheeler, Mrs. Harry Dickerson and
Service calling on friends in town Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Perry of Mrs. W. E. Newcomb attended the s
DRY GOODS — DRUGS
Aberdeen, S. D., came last Friday Ladies Aid meeting at Mrs. Geo.
to visit her father, Claude Smith, L. Hommedieu's in South Otselic Td: Truxton 95Y21
last Tuesday evening.
Radiator and Engine Block Thoroughly also her brother, Ivan Smith and
family in Taylor. Mrs. Florence Andrews spent sev- CUYLER, NEW YORK
Cleaned. We Power Flush. Ufford Geer of New York spent
the weekend with his mother, Mrs.
eral days last week at her home in
Mary U. Geer-.— — •' —, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Williams of
Edwin Lincoln and daughter Doris Killawog were business callers^ a t
G. S. Milks
were in Binghamton Saturday on
Mr. and Mrs. Morse Mason and
Mrs. W. E. Newcomb's last Satur-
day. Miss Ella Neai, Mrs. Hazel
Miner and Ralph Matthews were in •
son Douglass of Watertown are Cortland on business Saturday.
Thirty members of the South Ot-
I Phone 58 spending some time with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack IJerr, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Clinton were Sundajj visi-
tors of Henry Kerr in the Bassit*
selic Home Bureau visited the Ken-
neth Morse house one day last week
to inspect the kitchen cupboards
built by Mr. Morse.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and
Hospital in Cooperstown, who had
his leg amputated last Monday. He children of Georgetown spent Friday
is doing nicely. evening with her parents, Mr. and A t B u r g e s s ' you will find t h e c l o t h e s you n e e d t o b e c o m -
Attorney Janet Hill Gordon,Mrs. Ralph Pierce. f o r t a b l y a n d a p p r o p r i a t e l y d r e s s e d for w o r k o r l e i s u r e
Dry Goods Mr. and Mrs. George S. Kenyon
H A V E R L Y daughter of Judge James P. Hill of
Norwich and a former resident of spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Cincinnatus, will be the speaker on Fred Hodge in McDonough recent-
Conde Milker Memorial Day following the parade Mohara Tropical Suits _ $32
Milk Coolers Electrlo
and a short band concert. The pa-
rade, led by the High School band,
will form at 9:30 in front of the
school and proceed to the Lower
Mr. and Mrs. Bernal Wales visit-
ed relatives in Willet last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Pryer were
Palm Beach Suits $ZL50
SALES AND SERVICE Farm Freezers
Cincinnatus cemetery, thence to the
cemetery .in Cincinnatus then re-
in Syracuse on business last Sat-
urday. Lee Straw Hats $3.50 - $5
turn to the Center Green for the Ralph Stearns and brother Alva
Electric exercises. Stearns were in Norwich on busi- Sport Shirts $1.00 to $3 vi
Refrigerators 4, 6 & 8-can in Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lincoln, Cin- ness Monday.
stock! Water Heaters cinnatus, announc the engagement Mr. and Mrs. Chester Morse spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Lon-
Tropical Slacks .2. $4.55
of their daughter, Doris, to Lau-
uelle Kenyon and son in Waterville.
Stove* rence J. Randall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Randall of Pitcher. No Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eaves of Loafer Shoes, Saddle Shoes, $5 to $5,70
date has been set for the wedding. Rome spent the weekend with Mr.
Washing and Mrs. Kenneth Morse.
Miss Lois Hakes spent the week
Lincklaen Center end in Cortland with her sister, BURGESS
Heath's Hardware Tires * Tubes
May 27—Mrs. Ivie Hathaway and
daughters E m m a and Marguerite of
Miss Beverly Hakes.
PHONE 10 Constableville were visiting Thurs-
day at the home of Cecil Craft.
Georgetown May 27—Miss Nora Robinson of
Mrs. E m m a Coon, who has been Brookfleld was home over the week WE GIVE CHRISTMAS CLUB THRIFTIES
Water Systems NEW YORK Gas spending some time with her son end.
David and family at Union Springs, Mr. Mrs. Sanford
returned with him to her home here tended and variety showerKenyon Mr.
Monday. and Mrs. Arthur Brown at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Staley were home of Wm. Cooper to Pltchw
in Syracuse Saturday on business, last Friday night.
and also called on their daughter,
Mott Brown and Donald Robin-
BEST WEST BRANCH SWEEPSTAKES Mrs. Ronald Davis and infant son
at the Memorial Hospital. Joan Da- son had business in Norwich Mon- The following steps are most important for
vis is staying a few days at the day.
CORN at $4.50 Staley home.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Whitbread and were in Cortland last Thursday.
daughter Janet of Syracuse visited
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Green, Mrs.
Louis Green and daughter Marilyn
Dairymen and Poultrymen to follow
under present day conditions to help
_ « Mr. Donald
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Clay Sunday af- Otselic and Mrs. SaturdayPhillips of
BEST GASOLINE ON EARTH ternoon and evening. were
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
stretch all feed supplies:
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Saunders and Kenyon.
MOORES PAINT NAYLORS DIALATORS children were in Cortland shopping 1. Use all available pasture areas for livestock.
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Brown and
PURE TURPENTINE sons David and Dana of Norwich 2. Cull laying flocks closely.
Mrs. Lena Baldwin and daughter and Miss Flora Brown of Sidney
OIL—BOTH LINSEED AND MOTOR Mrs. Emery Gast were in Norwich were with the home folks over the 3. Prevent all feed wastage.
shopping Monday and called on weekend. ,
Mrs. Baldwin's sister, Mrs. Gertrude
Edmonds. • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Palmer of
TI-O-GA FEED SERVICE
/We O . SH Tully visited a t Sanford Kenyon's
Fred Staley of Dunalk, Md., spent Sunday.
the weekend at the Staley home. He
Phone 2301 FABIUS, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Davis and
has purchased the gas station own- sons, Chester, Warren and Douglas,
ed by Ralph Baldwin near Bouck- visited at Mott Brown's Sunday.
ville and takes possession June 17.
o Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green had
business in Cincinnatus last Friday.
Edible Frogs Sanford Kenyon Jr. attended a
About six species of frogs are frack meet in Oneonta last Satur-
I f\fTrff DIVIDENDS has always been paid N. Y. considered edible in eastern United day.
J ^ J\ /ft automobile and truck owners insured with States, three in the western part of Miss Evelyn Smith, Miss Evelyn
the country. Atkins and George Ashcroft of
\ **** # Farm Bureau Mutual Automobile Ins. Co. Beaver Meadow and Nell Huttleston
of South Otselic were entertained
at a spaghetti dinner a t Sanford C. P. MAYCUMBER
RANDALLS' Calves and Beef Cattle Kenyon's Sunday. DE R U Y T I R , N . V .
I Will take in Calves at the O U r
Telephone: Truxton 95T8—CUYLER, N. Y. Shore, DeRuyter, every Wednesday
rraab Water lea
and Friday forenoons. Market prima
for Beef Cattle. Government Permit F r e s h water ice, such as a frozen- LEON R. PARKS
F A R M B U R E A U M U T U A L A U T O M O B I L E I N S U R A N C E CO. over Arctlo lake or river, is about C U Y L E H . N. V. U N C K L A B N . N. V.
Home Office, Columbus, Ohio No. p-xt-ooe-aoa. three times as strong as salt water
DON M. BENNETT Ice.
Pitcher, N . Y . Ph j Clnolnr *tus 4SF1S
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York