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          Thursday, September 20, 1934                                                                       THE HERALP-MAIL, FAIRPORT, N. Y.                                                                                                              Page TThree
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                                                                                                                                               Mar^hall' of Rochester were Sunday                                                                                                «           „.
                                                                                                                                               afternoon and evening guests.of Mr.
                                                                                                          Walworth                                                                           Milk And Other Dairy Products
                      WEBSTER NEWS                                                                       Mrs. Geo. Milieu, Cor.
                                                                                                                                               and Mrs. V. J. Bassage.
                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of William-
                                                                                                                                               son were Sunday guests of Mr. and
                                                                                                                                                Mrs. Jacob Petty.                                 Are Biggest Health Bargains
                                                                                                                                                  Miss Natalie Conant of Newark was
                                                                                                       Walworth, Sept. 18 — It is our sad       home over the week end.                    Dieticians Recommend Quart Of Milk A Day For
                                                                                                   duty this week to record the deathr         . Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Almekinder
                  Webster                                 West Webster                             of one of our greatly beloved and r e
                                                                                                   spected residents. Mrs. Allison Franks
                                                                                                                                                spent Sunday in Hamlin.
                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jeffery of Mar-
                                                                                                                                                                                               Children And At Least A Pint Daily For Adults
                          Sarah Phippen, Cor.                   Miss A. A* Blanchard, Cor.         aged 65 years, passed away Wednes-           ion were Sundav dinner guests of Mr.
                                                                                                   day morning, Sept. 12 at her home            and Mrs. Leroy Conant.                                             By CHARLES H. BALDWIN
                                                                                                   in this village after a long illness           Mr. and Mrs. Truber Whit-ford and                 Commissioner, Department of Agriculture and Market*
                                                           West Webster, Sept. 18—The death fortitude. bornecharacter was one of
            Webster, Sept. 18 — Webster tur'ned                                                    which was                with great Christiandaughter of Rochester were Sunday                                        Albany, New York
                                                                                                                      Her
       out in force Saturday to celebrate the of Thomas Pitt occurred Thursday af- singular sweetness and purity, and by                        guests of the former's mother, Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                Anna Crane.
       opening of the Webster branch of the ternoon at his home on the Gravel her sincere Christian life she exerted
       Union Trust Co. of Rochester. Doors road. His health had not been good                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dickinson of            M  ILK, the most natural, nutri-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  tious and attractive drink is from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      These vitamins protect the body
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           the so-called         "deficiency
       of the Jayne & Mason bank building since he received injuries in an acci- an influence forwith her, and all who       good upon          Albion were recent guests of Mr. and       a great protective food.                diseases" such as scurvy and rick-
       where the "branch is located were dent some time ago. Mr. Pitt is sur- came in and admired by all. She was
                                                                                                    beloved
                                                                                                                  contact                 she was
                                                                                                                                                Mrs. C. C. Lawrence.                          It is a fact recognized by all ets, and promote nomal growth.
       thrown open to the public a t 9 a. m. vived by his wife, Florence Fry Pitt; a devoted member of the Methodist                                                                       scientists t h a t milk, in its various    Scientists agree that milk pro-
       Amid floral offerings bank officials one daughter, Virginia E. Pitt; one Episcopal church and a teacher of the
        greeted depositors until 9 p. m. Fran- sister, Mrs. James P a t t of Cemetery Philathea class for" several years, a
        ces Wood, 15-year-old daughter of Mr. road. Mr. Pitt was born in Brighton member of the Ladies Aid society, a
                                                                                                                                                   DAYTONS COR.                            forms, ; contains a definite, disease- tects by providing in the best form
                                                                                                                                                                                           resisting characteristic.               calcium, necessary for sound bones
                                                                                                                                                       Dayton's Corners, Sept. 18 — Mrs.      This     characteristic    is most and teeth; also phosphorus. It also
        and Mrs. Henry Wood of Ridge road 73 years ago, but when a young man                              .       .       , ...      ~,     .   ~ Wililam Brewer of Ridge road spent ,
        east, was the first depositor; Freeman came to livVin West Webster The | g?"£ m a t r o n . o f Athena Chapter, O. William Brewer of Ridge road spent :                            emphatically set forth by Dr. E. contains an easily digestible form
        Walters, aged 13, was the second; family have the heartfelt sympathy of                     E. S., a member of the D . A. R. Chap- Mrs. Harry Brewer.                                                                      of protein and milk sugar.
        F r a n k VanAlstyne, sole surviving a host of friends here and in Brighton. ter and of Bay View Reading club.                                                                                                                The fat in butter & more easily
        Webster G. A . R. veteran, in his 91st The funeral was held from the home She is survived by her husband; one accompaniedMrs. Lewis E. Abe Leen- j
                                                                                                                                                       Mr. and                 Blanchard j
                                                                                                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs.                                                      digested than other fats partly be-
        year, was the oldest; one-day-old Saturday with interment in the Rural son Stanley K. Franks of Philadel- hout of West Webster on a motor trip !
        Annalisa Fuchs was the youngest; cemetery in West Webster.                                  phia; one sister, Mrs. A. A. P r a t t of                                                                                      cause it has a low melting point
        Russel B. Mason company opened the                  Blarney Stone Inn entertained a         Chapel road, Williamson, also by_Jwo to Charlotte Saturday evening where i                                                     and also because it can readily
        first business account, Charles H. Had- lively and joyful company Thursday nieces and four nephews. A host of the harbor at Steamer Kingston leave '|
                                                                                                                                                   they saw the
                                                                                                                                                                   the Port of Rochester                                           emulsify and divide into particles
        den the -first interest account; they evening when over a hundred business friends also mourn her passing. A for her last trip this season. They ]                                                                         which pass without             difficulties
        comprised the banking committee of men from here and Webster met large assemblage gathered to pay also visited the freight house and saw |                                                                                 through the walls of the intestines.
        the Webster Chamber of Commerce dn to welcome the Union Trust Co. offi- their last tribute to Mrs. Franks Sat- the various ways of conveying freight,                                                                         In fact, it is said by competent
        making a branch bank possible.                                                                          afternoon at
                                                         cials and get acquainted with them. urdayheld from her the funeral which to the steamers and ferry boats.
                                                                                                    was                         late home. Rev.                                                                                    authorities that milk contains a
              About 100 parents and teachers of The affiair was sponsored by the Web- A. W. Hart of Rush officiated, as-                               Miss Dorothy Brown, a teacher in j                                          majority of the thirty-seven food
        Webster met Monday evening at the ster Chamber of Commerce.                                 sisted by Rev. Henry Chattin. Burial the High school in Silver Springs                                                         elements of the body.
        home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Pal-                George Hagedorn returned home on was made in Marion cemetery. The made her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
        mer, Lake road, for the annual fall Wednesday after spending two weeks many beautiful floral offerings attest- Brown, a week end visit.                                                                                          The Cow A s A Factory
        rally of the Parent-teacher associa- with his sister, Mrs. B. Hames in ed the love and esteem in which Mrs.                                    Mrs. Julia Dunning of Rochester                                                The c o ^ i s a living factory man-
        tion. After a bounteous supper, bag- Rochester.                                             Franks was held.                               visited her sons, Frank and Claude (                                            ufacturing milk from "raw prod-
        pipes were heard playing in the dis-                Callers Tuesday evening on Mrs.             The 125th anniversary of the Wal- Dunning, Thursday evening.
        tance. I t was Captain' O'Farrell, Roy Shaw and sister, Mrs. Wier, were !!w o r"t h " S S f L i B S ^ J S l S h
                                                                                                            "                                                                                                                      ucts." These are the food the cow
        member of the Scotch regiment of Mrs. Johni Shoemaker of Bay road and                                    Methodist church       was held       The heavy rain of Saturday after- j                                         eats, consisting of green grass in
        the English army. After entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Blanchard of |                             ^ ' Methodism" fwas presented P by noon washed out driveways in some '
                                                                                                    ress of J ^ i l ^ X f S f l J ^ I            l                                                                                 the summer and cured hay and
         by his playing he explained the sig- Dayton's Comers.                                                                                     yards that open to the highway on I                                             corn ensilage in the winter, sup-
        nificance of the different parts of the             ThTlrondequolt Home Bureau h e l d ! 3 0 characters the lighting for which the Rochester road, also washed away {                                                      plemented in both seasons with
                                                                                                    was
         uniform he was wearing. The assem- a- meeting at the home of Miss Julia |                            y ^ r ^ c l by L. K. J r a n k e and mail box standards and carried them |                                           carefully blended meal concen-
         bly was led to a campfire on the lake Pierce and sister Friday afternoon proved very effective. Friday was down the side of the road where a j
         where they were entertained by the Twenty members and friends were                          old home day. Over 200 were served small stream had formed half way-                                                          trates or grain.
         singing of Scotch songs, followed by present.                                               at one of Walworth's famous sup- down the hill. Other damage was also !                                                          We recognize that these are all
         the singing of familiar songs.                                                              pers. The evening's program
                                                             Mrs. A. Marten of Forest Lawn was given by former pastors, Revs. E. was done on the hill. Traffic was stopped
                                                                                                                                                M. on one side of the highway and the-
                                                                                                                                                                                           Milk is good for old and young say of plant origin and are mainly
                                                                                                                                                                                                          the scientists            green and leafy foods. Milk and
              Miss Mildred Brahler, daughter of the guest of Mrs. George Vosburg Kelley of Penfield, E. E. J ones of lights on cars were turned on. The
         Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brahler of Web-               Friday afternoon.                          Fairport, Rev. E. S. Beacom of West                                                                                            green foods, fruits, vegetables and
         ster, and Ulrich Mayer of Rochester                 Mrs. Gertrude Walters and daughter Falls. Rev. A. W. Hart of Rush, Rev. rain came so fast it seemed almost                     V. McCollum, the world-famed dairy products are not fads, but
                                                                                                                                                    like a cloud burst, and the peals of
         were married Saturday morning at 9 Ethel were Sunday dinner guests of D. O. Chamberlayne of St. Paul, Minn., thunder jarred buildings.                                             nutrition expert of Johns Hopkins fundamental, basic sources of
         o'clock a t Holy Trinity church. Rev. the former's sister, Mrs. E z r a Brewer and included also a duet by Rev. C.                                                                 University in his well-known de- health.
         F . J. Hoefen performed .the ceremony and family of Browncroft, Rochester. T. Boynton and Mrs. L. K. Franke.                                   Harry Brewer is driving a new       scription of milk as the great            Although there may be but few
         assisted by. Rev. F. X. Kunz. Arthur                A large number from here attended Out of town guests included Rev. A . Chevrolet truck.
                                                                                                                                                                                            "protective food."                      bargains in health, we must recog-
         Beh sang the mass, accompanied by the opening of the branch bank of the W. H a r t of Rush, Rev. and Mrs. E. E.                                Truckmen from various cities a r e
          Miss Anna Yeager at the organ. The Union Trust Company of Rochester a t Jones of Fairport, Rev. E. M. Kelley calling on tomato growers in this sec-                                   Produces Alkaline Reaction          nize that true economy in a proper
          bride was gowned in white satin with            Webster Saturday morning.                  of Penfield, Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Boyn- tion for green tomatoes.                                                                food budget means_not-only-watch—
          veil of tulle with lace cap trimmed                Mr. and Mrs. Wier of Angelica who ton of Victor, Rev. and Mrs. E. S.                       Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brewer and         It is a well recognized fact that ing the food bills, but also the
          with seed pearls and calla lilies. She have been staying with their sister. Beacom of West Falls, Rev. D. O. family spent Friday evening with Mr.                                 milk tends to produce an alkaline doctor's bills, the dentist's bills,
          carried a shower bouquet of brides Mrs. Roy Shaw, returned home Mon- Chamberlayne of St. Paul, Mrs. Jose- and Mrs. Gay Starr to help the lat-                                     reaction in the body which, in it- and the drugstore bills. Milk and
          roses. Miss Agnes Yost, bridesmaid, day.                                                   phine Lawton of Albion, Mr. and Mrs. ter celebrate her birthday.                       self, is an important means of dairy products, properly used in
                                                             Mrs. S, VanRicheof Pittsburgh was Henry Steiger. Mrs Julm Payne-and-                       The death of Mrs. Johanna JSchroe- -warding off disease.                   thc-dietr—are—the-btgg^st bargains
          hat and mitts to match and carried, the guest 6f Mrs. Pauline Berger the Mrs. Flora Wignall of Fairport, Mr. der, wife of Frederick Schroeder, oc                                    While milk is a protective food in health.
          an old fashioned bouquet. Miss E l e a - past week.                                        and Mrs. W. P. Rogers and Miss Mina curred Monday morning in the Gen-
          nor Lochner as maid of honor wore                  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vosburgh and Trabue and Mrs. Elizabeth Mason of eral hospital in Rochester where she ,                     it also is one of the best natural         Dr. McCollum, Dr. H. C. Sher-
          blue silk crepe with tulle turban and           family of Irondequoit visited their Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. George 0 1 - had been for a long time, first with } body-builders, because it contains man of Columbia University, and
                                                                                                                                                                        -
          mitts t o match and carried an ' old aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George sen and daughter of Palmyra, Dr. and broken bones, t h e n a complication of                             in the best form at least five kinds practically all leading ,food scien-
          fashioned bouquet. The best man was             Vosburg, Monday.                           Mrs. John Sanford of Rochester, Mrs. diseases. The remains were brought                of vitamins which are eminently tists, recommend a quart of milk
          Leo Brahler and James Hutteman and                 I. T. Leenhout and daughter, Mrs. Lena Reynolds of Newark, Mr. and to her late home on the Empire boule-
                                                                                                                                                                                            important and necessary for .nor- a day for each child and at least
          John Prinzing were ushers. Prenup- I. T. Kuehne and family, all of Roch- Mrs. Fred Wignall, Mr. and Mrs. Sey- vard, where the funeral will be held                                mal health and growth.                  a pint a day for adults
          tial events were* showers by" Misses ester, were guests of the former's son, mour Lash and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Thursday afternoon with interment in
          Crescentia. and Helen Fuerst, Marie             Abe Leenhout and family Wednesday Brown of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Mt. Hope cemetery, "Rev. Elmer Hoe-
          and Agnes Yost, Beechnut Packing at dinner.                                                 Fritts, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spafford, fer officiating. Mrs. Schroeder is sur-
          company girls, a stag party for the                 Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mr. and Mrs. Philander Packard, Mrs. vived by her husband; three daugh-
          groom at the home of George Hutte- Vosburgh on Sunday were their sister Bertha Beal and daughters and Mrs. ters, Mrs. A. Woggon, Mrs. Frederick
          man. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer will make and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Barker and Mrs. Irving Thomspon of Rauber and Mrs. J. Smith of Roches-
          their home in Rochester.                        White of Rochester.                         Macedon Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ray ter; one son, Chester Schroeder of
                                                              The many friends of Rev. J. C. Blythe of Macedon, Mrs. Howard Jef- Penfield.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Good Printing the Herald-Mail's Hobby
                Mr. and Mrs. George Buck visited Hessler and family are sorry to learn fery and Miss Clara Yeomans of Pal-
          their daughter, Mrs. R. T. Hayes and that they are moving to Norwich. Mr. myra.
           family in Buffalo last week.                    Hessler has been the pastor. of the
                Miss Caroline Bonenblust enter- Free^M^hodist^chujeh^ere^or^three                         The anniversary sermon ; „ Sunday,
           t a i n e d ' a group of friends -at -luncheon years and has made many friends in morning was" delivered ISyTtev. E. D.
       . Tuesday in honor of Miss Ruth Fry. the community where he has always Shepard, D. D., of Rochester. During
                Webster Boy Scouts and committee- given a helping hand to all. He has the Bible school hour, Supt. G. R.
           men were entertained Saturday even- the best wishes of a large circle of Wignall presented Mrs. Anna Boyn-
           ing a t a sausage roast in honor of friends.                                               ton a Bible in behalf of the primary
                                                                                                                                                                                      TH E GREAT
           Assistant Scoutmasted Dick Vrooman                                                         department as a recognition o'f her
                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hagadorn and



                                                                                                                                                        PALMYRA FAIR!
           who left Thursday for Colgate where son Teddy had as their guests at a faithful service as teacher of the be-
           he will enter the University.              Mr. picnic dinner Sunday their father, ginners class for many years. Rev.
           Vrooman, an Eagle Scout, has been George Hagadorn, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. T. Boynton of Victor was the
           Assistant Scoutmaster Dick Vrooman E. Blanchard and son John of Day- speaker a t the Sunday evening ser-
           ary. In appreciation of his services ton's Corners. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Leen- vice, his topic being "The Forward
           he was presented a gift of ten dol- hout and son Robert of Ridge road Look." Mrs. L. K. Franke of Roch-
           lars. Guests were Dr. Baxter, A. B. west.                                                  ester sang a solo.                                                                               •   •   r i - M — H T ^    -•-   i   M M r


           Eckler, Wm. Lieberman, Frank Pack-                                                              Rev. Earl Chanley will spend the
                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and daughter week end in New York.
           ard, representing committeemen,. Wm. Elizabeth of Fairport spent Sunday
           Hand, the Sea Scouts. Harold Foley, with Mr. and Mrs. John Drake.
            Commander of Cottreall-Warner Post                Mr. and Mrs. McLaren and family
                                                                                                           Dr. Vichert of Rochester Divinity
                                                                                                      school will occupy the Baptist pulpit
                                                                                                                                                       Three Big Days                                                      -            Sept. 27, 28, 29
           American Legion, which sponsors the are entertaining their sister and hus- Sunday morning and Rev Perrigo of
           Scouts.                                                                                    the East Penfield Baptist church will
                                                           band, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Beck of preach in the evening a t a union ser-
                                                                                                                                                                  Clean—Educational—Instructive—Entertaining—Not a Dull Moment!
                 Among those of our young people Wisconsin.
            who are entering college this fall are                                                    vice.
                                                              Mrs. Roy Shaw entertained out of             The Ladies Aid society of the Bap-
            Irving Newton, who goes to Albany town guests on Sunday.
            College of Pharmacy; Wellington                   Frances Wood, daughter of Mr. and        tist church will hold a regular meet-
            Bowman h a s gone to Colurpbia, Mis- Mrs. Henry Wood, was the first de- ing Friday, afternoon in the church
                                                                                                                                                                          Thursday, Sept. 27th, Grange Day
            souri; Betty Baxter, Michigan State positor, and Freeman Walters, son parlors, with a picnic supper.
                                                                                                            Twenty-one members of Walworth
            College; Ann Smith is training for of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Walters, the
            a nurse in Buffalo City hospital; and second, at the opening of the Webster                Grange were guests of Lincoln Grange                           Judging in all Departments except Horses.
            Margaret Winslow has entered Brock- branch of the Union Trust Co. Satur- Saturday evening a t neighbors night.
            port Normal.                                   day.                                        Macedon Center, Williamson and Mar-                            Purse to Grange having the largest registration
                 Miss Lois Wright entertained the                                                      ion Grange members also were guests.
                                                               Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barth enjoyed a
             Beta Gamma sorority at a shower picnic dinner with friends in Roches- Philadelphia Mrs. Stanley here by the
                                                                                                            Mr. and                      Franks of                      of members at Grange Booth.
             Thursday in honor of Miss Ruth Fry. ter on Sunday.                                                            were called
                 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woodhull and                                                      death of the former's mother.                                  Dutch Bowling Contests.
             Mr. and Mrs. Dufay Wright attended                                                             Mrs. Walter Hurley of Cleveland
             a supper and Grange meeting in Spen-          Wednesday evening. Mrs. C. H. Brown ! is a guest of her brother, Jacob Koole
                                                                                                       and wife.
                                                                                                                                                                      Horse Shoe Pitching Contest.
             cerport Tuesday night.                        was in charge of the program.
                                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Henry DeJagger and
                 Miss Mildred Henty is spending the            Misses Emma and Bertha Wolf
             month of September with relatives in were entertained at dinner Friday                    sons and Mrs. Leah Sawyer of Roches-                           Automobile Given Awa^. Bring your tickets.
             Sherrill.                                     evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ter attended the morning service at                                    Milking Contest for Ladies.
                 Mr. and Mrs. Burton Holley of Victor Anderson of Rochester.                           the Methodist church and were dinner
             Boonton. N. J., and Mr. and Mrs.                                                          guests of Frank Carman.
                                                               Mrs. Sarah Phippen visited Mrs.              Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lawrence and
             Charles Holley of East Rochester Florence Culver in Rochester Thurs-
                                                                                                       family were Sunday dinner guests of
             called on Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McMath day.
             Saturday.                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Lefand Lawrence of
                                                               The members of the O. E. S. Fisher Pultneyville.
                                                                                                                                                                   Friday, Sept. 28th, 4-H and School Days
                  Miss Ruth Millener has returned to
                                                            club and their guests spent an enjoy-           Supervisor L. W. Baker and wife
             her school duties in Tarrytown.
                  Mrs. Marvin Dye and Mrs. Kath-           ^ble-day-Monday-at-the_home of Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.                               4-H Members Admitted Free School Bands Contest.
              erine Riley of Rochester were lunch- Mae Hadden a t Nine Mile Poniti A and^IfsrPeter~Billings""of H a i r C e n ^                             Future Farmers Judging Contest. Award of Prize Cups
              eon guests of Mrs. William Hallock corn and sausage roast was enjoyed at ter.
              on Wednesday. The ladies are mem- I o'clock, and cards were played dur-                       Walworth Grange will hold a reg- i
              bers of the Cornell Women's club.             ing the afternoon.            \             ular meeting Saturday evening.
                  Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Fisher were         Miss Beatrice Kingston of San Gab-           The Parent-teacher association will
              Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- riel. Cal., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. hold a reception in honor of the High
                                                                                                                                                                     Saturday, Sept. 29th, Get-together Day
              ter Borleau of-Bath.                         ilejiryJBaschr                               school faculty Thursday evening in i
                  Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sutter were             Raymond Barnard and sons James           the school auditorium.
                                                                                                             Miss Florence Hall and Miss Nellie
                                                                                                                                                          See all your friends and acquaintances.—They'll all be there.
              Sunday guests of relatives in Lyons; and Jack of Albany visited Webster
                                                            friends early in the week.                  Wells of Palmyra were recent callers
                  Clark Buckman is employed in the
              Lucas drug store.                                                                         on L. D. Yuker.                                                        Judging of Horses.
                  The faculty of Webster High school           Signers of corn-hog c o n t r a c t s         Mr. and Mrs. John Seen of Ontario
              were guests at a reception Thursday throughout the country are to be asked                were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr.
              evening" a t the Methodist parsonage, to approve or reject an adjustment and Mrs. Howard Bassage.                                                E X / C D V T^ A Y            Horse Racing on finest half-mile track in the state.
              tendered by Rev. and Mrs. Robert program in 1935.                                              Charles Pembroke and Alvah Evans
              Root. Mrs. R. L. Thomas and Miss                                                          spent the week end in New York city.                    —
                                                                                                                                                               » • C l \ I U ' / V I ' " p r e e Acts, Midway Attractions, Mercantile Pis-
              Blanche Parshall assisted Mrs. Root in                                                    Mrs. Marshall McKee and Henry Mas-
                                                               Cornell bulletin E-257 tells when to tin have returned to their homes-from 1                    plays. See and hear before the " mike " Al Sigl, Famous Radio Broadcaster.
            . s e r v i n g . , .. ;.-. —                    harvest fruit, what kind of orchard t h * hoapitaJ<~» »•**-><^ •*- * ~ - -
                   Mr.' and"- Mrs. H. J; Heriner h.ave hwmtainors to UMV&nd 'fc gives hints' on                                                                Be a m a ^ d and mystified b y J. Robert Pauline, internationally famous psychic
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       * r gone to BUft wherd they \^U "evapo- grading, packing and storing, and siz-
        "                                                                                                   -Mir. a n r Mrs. LTo'ya 'fiassatc*Vn«r
              rate apples.                                                                               family were Sunday guests of Mr. and J                marvel. See and hear Ray Fagan and his Novelty Vodvil Orchestra—full of
                                                             ing the crop. A penny post card to Mrs. Jack Lynn of East Rochester.
                   Mrs. "Rosetta Ebner, Mrs. Cora the New York state college of agricul-
              Hawley and- Mrs. Cora King speht a ture a t Ithaca brings a copy.                              Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dayton and j                    •hints and pep. Listen again to the original "Lone Mountaineer" in person..
              few days last week a t Old Forge.                                                          daughter were Sunday dinner guests
                   Rev. Robert Root was the speaker                                                      of Mr. and Mrs. .Raymond Yuker.             I         Many other entertaining features.
               on the Kindly Thought Hour Wednes-               Interest in milk goats is rapidly in-        Mr. and Mra. Gordon Matthews of j
               day morning over station WHAM.                creasing in New York state, says Dr. Rochester spent Sunday with their!
                   Misses Marian Bowman, Marie Sch- H. J. Brooks of the state college of parents. Dr. and Mrs. E. Esley.
               reiner and Rita Krenzer have returned agriculture. Almost any principle of
               to Albany State Teachers College.
                                                                                                             Mrs. Ella Tuttle entertained her son |
                                                             feeding and management of dairy Charles Tuttle and wife at dinner on                        Dinner Served Each Day in the Dining Hall!
                   Misses Helen iBassage and Christine cows can be applied to dairy goats.               Sunday.
               Hockenberger visited . Mr. and Mrs.                                                           Mrs. Peter Cortville of Marion                                NO BEER OR LIQUOR SERVED ON THE GROUNDS
               Louis Lcssard in Springfield, Mass.,          R1ECEIP.T.B00KS—Those nice handy spent Thursday and Friday with her                                                     w                                 •                                                  \
       _ for a few days last week, also rela-                   little reteipt books, good any time friend, Mrs. May Huntley.                                                                                                       •                         ..           aa
               tives of Miss Bassage on Long Island.            anywhere, with atyba and coveraJ Mr. a n d Mrs. N. J . Brown of Roch-
                                                                stapled to hold, small enough to ester attended church service Sunday
                   Mrs. David Scribner was hostess,
               assisted by Mrs. Anna Middleton, to              carry In the pocket. 15 cents a morning and were"dinner guests of                        General Admission 25c.                                                  Children 7 or under Free
               the Blue Bird Missionary society of              book while they last. Herald-Mail Mr. and Mra. George Osterhout.
               the Presbyterian church at a meeting             Office.                                      George Coomber and Miss Edna


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