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Newspaper Oswego Valley News 1960 - 0435


									  OSWEGO VALLEY NEWS                                 THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1960                                                                                      "The Paper That's Read from Cover to Cover"

   VOLNEY CHIEF HONORED AT DINNER                                                                                                                                                               VOLNfiY L»DIES
                                                                                                                                                                                        . Ladie3 Auxiliary of Volney Vol-
                                                                                                                                                                                       inteer Fire Dept. held instaFa-
                                                                                                                                                                                       ion of officers April 28. Jennie
                                                                                                                                                                                       Vilbur conducted a candlelight
                                                                                                                                                                                       ervice following a dinner in the
                                                                                                                                                                                       'olney Town Hall. Fourteen
                                                                                                                                                                                       vere present.
                                                                                                                                                                                          New officers . are Margaret
                                                                                                                                                                                        'etrie, president; Ellen Davis,
                                                                                                                                                                                        ice nresidp^t: Beverly Howland,
                                                                                                                                                                                       ecretary; Sylvia Bennett, treas-
                                                                                                                                                                                        rer; Clara Falanga. Alice Fo>-
                                                                                                                                                                                       er and Cora Courbat, trustees,

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  TESTIMONIAL— Joe Vant, who served 12 faithful years as Honor. He is succeeded by Ced Hall. Vant consented to serve on                                                                   Cellar Walls and
  chief of Volney Volunteer Fire Dept., was honored at a testi- the executive committee for two years. Lee Austin, shown at                                                                Retaining Walls
  monial dinner and installation of officers ceremony at Dante's right, presents Vant with watch in appreciation of his services.
  recently. Vant declined nomination for another term when the Forty members attended the affair.                                                      —Photo by Blandino Same type of construction as
  department held election, asking: that another be given the                                                                                                                                         I do in industrial work
                                       A. Although once upon a time                                                                      Creal pointed out that "food
                                    trowned upon, this is now con- To Spotlight Food                                                  has long had a prominent part                                                  •
     Modern Etiquette               sidered quite all right.
                                       Q. What types of letters must "Spotlighting
                                                                                     At N. Y. State Fair                              in the growth and stability of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Frank E. Whitcomb
                                                                                                                                      Empire State's industrial leader-
        By Roberta Lee              always be written by hand, pire State" has Food in the Em- ship," and it is the third largest
                                                                                                                been selected as
                                    rather than by typewriter?                                                                                                                                            800 FOREST AVE.
                                                                                                            the 1960 New York industry in the State, surpassed
                                       A. Letters of condolence, for- the theme for Syracuse. This was only by the apparel and pub-
                                                                                     State Fair, in                                                                                                     Ph. LY 2-6445
   Q. What is the proper manner mal invitations (those written announced recently by Harold L. lishing industries.
of holding the coffee or tea cup? in the third Dersnrh and mo«t Creal, Fair Director.
   A. The handle of the cup letters of congratulation; such The State's 114th Agricultural
should be held firmly between as on the occasion of an engage- and Industrial Exposition will
thumb and fingers -- not hooked ment, the birth of a baby, etc., open Friday, September 2, for
through with your finger. And, also the thank-you notes of a nine days and nights.
when holding the cup, watch bride for the gifts she has re- The theme was chosen, Creal
your little finger that it doesn't ceived.
                                                                                                                                                      Hi Fi Music Center
get crooked out in an affected Q. Is it necessary to mail en- said, because of the vital role                                                                      Division of Home Appliance Co.
pose. Keep it in close with the graved wedding invitations to played by the multi-billion dol-
                                                                                     lar food industry in the State's                                     18 South First Street,                         Tel. LY 2-2457
other fingers.                      close friends who have already agricultural,                                  manufacturing,                                                 FULTON, N .Y.
   Q. In introducing a guest to been invited verbally?                                transportation, distribution, and
the hostess, should the guest A. It is always correct to mail wholesale and retail trade econ-                                                                 II Its' on Records We Have It
always be presented to the host- engraved invitations — even to omy, and in the daily lives of its
ess, even though she may be members of the immediate fami- more than 16 million residents.                                                                       or we will obtain it for you quickly.
youno"3- than\ the euest?           lies.
   A. Yes, unless the guest is a
very distinguished person.
   Q. Is it all right for a man to           Air Conditioning-temperatures made to order-lor all-weather comfort.
use only his initials when sign-                                                                                       See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in color Sundays, N B C T V - t h e Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly ABC-TV.

ing social correspondence?
   A. No; he should sign his full
   Q. Just what is the proper way
for a woman to introduce her
   A. To friends, as "John," and
to acquaintances, as "my hus-
band." The two names of safety
are "my husband" and "my
"wife," since they are proper
no matter to whom you are talk-
ing. In business, "Mr. Smith"
and "Mrs. Smith" are quite cor-
   Q. I have just returned from
a week-end visit in the home of
my fiance's parents who live in
another city. How can I show
my appreciation of their hospi-
   A. Your only real obligation
is that important "bread-and-
butter" letter as soon as possible.
If, however, you want to go be-
yond this, it would be nice to'
send them some kind of gift
for use in their home.
   Q. I've always thought that
the breaking of bread or crackers
into one's soup was bad manners,
but I see it done quite often.
How about this?


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