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									                                                                                                                                                   PERRY HERALD, PERRY, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1938
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               PERRY NURSE LEASES NUNDA HOSPITAL
                                                 THIS W£EK
                                                                                        COVINGTON LOSES UNIFORMED BOYS WITH TOY GUNS,
                                                                                         BATTLE TO CHANGE  PICTURES O F EUROPE'S DICTATORS
                                              svatn                                        HIGHWAY ORDER       IMPRESS PERRY BOY TOURING ITALY
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                                                                                        Supervisor* Argue Construction Harvey Wellman Spending Easter In Italy Finds Food Excellent
                                         HILL-MILLER
                                 Miss Minnie Hill, daughter of Mr.
                                                                                         Order Before Highway Corn-      But Every Other Citizen Wears A Uniform And II Duce's
                              and Mrs. Charles Hill of Borden                                 But Fail In Effort                   Picture Covers Every Empty Space
                              Avenue and Kenneth Miller, son of
                              Mr. and Mrs. William Miller of Lock
                                                                         Efforts of a group of Covington and                              Harvey Wellman, Oxford scholar, the bundle of sticks. It is a kind of
                              Berlin, were united in marriage at
                              1:00 p. m. Thursday, April 21, at the
                                                                      JLaGrange residents headed by Super-                            is now touring Italy. Just after his monstrous mystic fraternity to which
                              Presbyterian parsonage, Rev. George
                                                                      visor Burr Cornwell of the former                               arrival there he penned the follow- the Italians belong, with its signi,
                                                                      township and Supervisor Lewis A.                                ing letter to his parents, Mr. and        symbols, regalia and passwords.
                              Walker officiating.                                                                                                                                  We managed to pick up a few Ita-
                                                                      Toan of Perry were unsuccessful last                            Mrs. Clark Wellman. In it he des-
                                 Attendants were Mrs. George Flint
                              of Perry and Gordon Miller, brother
                                                                      week in seeking to have a stretch of                            cribes a mass meeting in London, a lian expressions here and there, but
                              of the groom, of Lock Berlin.
                                                                      road in the north part of Perry town-                           train ride through France and into when w e got off the train at Forina,
                                                                      ship placed first on the order of coun-                         Fascist Italy.                            we knew no Italian. Then at every*
                                 The bride wore a gown of navy ty highway construction.                                                                                         other subsequent stop, we were b e -
                              blue lace with dusty rose coat and                                                                                                                seiged by the hotel contact men and
                                                                         Action taken by the Board of Su-                                 In the afternoon we went to Tra-
                              navy blue accessories. Her corsage                                                                                                                we allowed one t o lead us off to the
                                                                      pervisors in session in Warsaw leaves                           falgar Square to a huge mass meet-
                              was of gardenias. Her attendant wore                                                                                                              Alberg Bologna. It was a class D hotel
                                                                      the road No. 4 on the order of con-                             ing and demonstration against the
                              dusty rose dress and coat with navy                                                                                                               and therefore would honor our hotel               Purchase of a part interest in the building. Interest in the institution Island hospital and took post gradu-
                                                                      struction. The road on the construc-                            German invasion of Austria and
                              blue accessories and her corsage was                                                                                                              coupons. Since w e have arrived in Nunda hospital by Mrs. Alice DeBel was purchased from Mrs. Agnes Bo- ate work in Detroit For a time she
                                                                      tion schedule is a town line highway                            against the attitude of the* British
                              of sweet peas and lilies of the valley.                                                                                                           Italy, w e have been ordering spaghet- of Perry was announced last week. dine.                                                                  was night superintendent of a hos-
                                                                      between Covington and Perry run-                                government in China, Spain and in
                                 After the ceremony the bridal                                                                                                                  ti for our first course instead of A nurse in the hospital since last                                Mrs. DeBel is the former Alice pital in ML Pleasant, Mich., and has
                                                                      ning from the Saltvale road east                                the present situation. Speaker after
                              party returned to the home of the                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Needham and has had considerable worked in Strong Memorial hospital,
                              bride's parents where reception and
                                                                       through LaGrange. From LaGrange                                speaker spoke from one of the four soup. The waiter brings a great bowl summer, Mrs. DeBel has joined with hospital and private nursing training. Rochester, and the N e w Brunswick
                                                                      west it is said that two miles are in                           sides of Nelson's monument, flanked       of it, with tomato and meat sauce, j Miss Ruth Callas in purchasing the
                              dinner followed. Out of town guests                                                                                                                                                                                                                 She is a graduate of a Jamaica, Long hospital, Long Island.
                              were Mr.. and Mrs. William Miller,
                                                                       bad shape and it was this small see-                            by its wary lions, to the receptive with powdered cheese near at hand hospital equipment and leasing the
                                                                                                                                                                                if you "desire. The next course is
                               sons Gordon and Carlton and Mr.         tion that the group sought as a                                 crowd. The meeting was called by a
                               DU1W     v * v * ****** * —  •— —       -                 .  .                                          British union, and speakers included much like the meat course at home,                                                                               RETURNS TO PERRY             Italo-American Club
                               and Mrs. Ralph Pierson and daughter | ^ % / ^ n v ^ t o n e r o a d will members of Parliament, college pro- although the veal or chicken was                                                                                                         William Boyd is back at his former
                               Lorraine, all of Lock Berlin.                                                                                                                    never roasted finer. The vegetable
                                   After the reception the bride and be in Bennington, beginning at the fessors, university men and peace ad- may be anchovies or spinach or green
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  post in the A. & P. store, after a few  Leases Borden Block
                               groom left on a wedding trip to             crossroads No. 20, thence west to the vocates like Dr. Maude Rogden. The                                                                                                                               month's sojourn in the Avoca store
                                                                                                                                                                                peas or lettuce. The bread is like the                                                            of the same company. Mr. Boyd and                Membership in the recently or-
                               Washington, D. C. Upon their return end of the road. It is three miles long. chairman asked for funds to meet the French. The next course is cheese                                                                                                                                               ganized Italo-American Club passed
       m                       they will reside at 65 Borden Avenue It was shown that the land through expenses of the demonstration, and and the last is fruit-bananas, apples,
                               where they have a newly furnished this section was placed in class four the multitutde responded in a unique
                               apartment.                                  under the soil classification set-up way. From the crowd, showers of blood oranges, tangerines, figs and
                                                                                                                                                                                 sometimes there are nuts to follow.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  wife are residing with his parents,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd, Watkins the 125 mark this week. For the past
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ave.                                           two weeks members have transform-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ed the building in Borden Avenue,
                                                                           and Everett Clark, f a r m Bureau copper and silver pieces rained upon
                                   Pre-huptial events included a vari-                                                                                                                        Farmers Thrifty                                                                                                                    formerly occupied by the late D. W
                               ety shower given by Mrs. Lee Sulli-         agent, appeared in behalf of placing the platform; ten shilling notes were                                                                                                                                          400 FARMERS SIGN
                                                                           roads through farming sections that passed up by the crowd. There was                                    We left Forino on Tuesday_mom-                                                                                                               Alward, into club rooms. The interior
                               van, a linen shower given by Mrs.                                                                                                                 ing for Milano. The foothills of the                                                                 Four hundred Wyoming county has been painted and papered, inter-
                                Harold Hill, Mrs. Henry Hill and came in the better soil classification 16 lbs. collected on our side alone.                                                                                            INTERDENOMINATIONAL

I i| "^                         Mrs. George Flint and a variety group.
                                shower given by Mrs. Grace Fair-
                                child.               \
                                                                              The Covington group attempted to
                                                                           show the greater importance of their from 25,000 to 50,000, was told that ing must be low. There are many the Baptist Church last Sunday eve-!
                                    Both Mr. and Mrs. Miller are em- road as compared with the Benning-
                                                                                                                                                       Sees London Mob
                                                                                                                                                                                 Alps were visible in the distance. The             The fine baritone voice of T. Lloyd farmers have filled out work sheets iors torn down and new linoleum laid.
                                                                                                                                                                                 peasants keep their fields and houses Hickman became an instrument in aid indicating they intend to participate
                                                                                                                                           Then the crowd, estimated roughly neat, although their standard of liv- of worship in the program of song at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ning, attended by a congregation rep-'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  in the 1938 Conservation program.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Business men have contributed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 generously to the financial start of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the new club, over. $150 having been
                                                                                                                                        they were to march in orderly -fashion fruit trees and many times we saw                resenting many churches and several                             BAPTIST CHURCH                   collected to defray cost of redecorat-
                                ployed by the Duracraft Company.           ton entry. It carries heavy mail, milk to the German embassy to protest, a farmer constructing trellises, sup-                                                                                                                                        ing and getting started. Officers have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                communities.                                           Rev. John B. Freestone, Pastor
                                                          *                and school bus traffic in the north end and to the Czechoslovakian embassy posedly for grapes. There are irriga-
                                           O. E. S. TO INITIATE            of the town and passes through farm to show their sympathy and union of tion canals and ditches; if w e can                                              The union services for the next three             With baptism of the second section taken a lease on the building and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 will continue modernizing it by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   be at the Universalist
                                     Tureen supper at 6:30 o'clock will land that is given a high rating on the the people of democratic London to judge from the hot sunny weather weeks will 7.30 on Sunday evenings, of the Easter class last Sunday, the painting the exterior.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Church, at                                         following named are *eady to receive
                                precede the regular meeting of the county soil map.                                                     the threatened peoples of Czech. As we have had, it rains infrequently. and the people of Perry will have the the Hand of Fellowship on May 8:
                                Eastern Star, Tuesday evening, May             Another delegation from Wethers- we were ready to march, reserve di- Yesterday w e saw six oxen, hitched privilege of hearing George Coburn Marian Atwood, Lillian Berry, Lucille                                                                    Regular meeting nights have been
                                3. Candidates will be initiated at this field appeared before the board ask- vision of police, both mounted and up in three teams of two, plowing. leading in the services.                                                                        Brewer, Donald Brewer, William Brew- . set the first Monday evening in each
                              • meeting. Several from the Constella- ing that the proposed road north from foot, turned out, and I thought that] The common farm wagon is not four                                                   The County School of Leadership er Jr., Rafmond Bassett, Betty Cal-j month. Officers are: Pres., John Fer-
                                tion chapter will be in Warsaw Mon- Eastman's corners to Poplar Trees they were going to prevent the dem- wheeled but two wheeled. A curious Training opened in Warsaw Monday mes, Marian Calmes, Paul Cornish, El- raro; vice pres., Frank "                                                              ~":~*           "   '" Ferraro;
                                day evening, May 2, at the official corners be changed to go east at East- onstration. But no; unlike the New tree, which has a branchless trunk evening, with more than 50 in attend- len Fcote, Eleanore Freestone, Mrs. treasurer a n d business manager,
                                visit of Grand officers. Those expect- man's corners to the road from Weth- York police who use their clubs much for from six to twelve feet and then ance, and a fine spirit One church in Uriah Dickinson, Mrs. Lena F r a n z , Maurice Fanaro; s e c , Natius Caito.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Perry had about a dozen registered.
                                ing to attend are asked to notify some ersfleld Springs to Hermitage. This too freely and are little respected? becomes a bush, populates the coun- Next week's session will be on Mon- Mrs. Rae J o n e s , Grace Holtz, Flor-
                                member of the transportation com- road is listed as number 6 on the these London bobbies carry no clubs tryside.                                                                                                                                   ence Holtz, Mrs. Kenneth Green,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 day at 7.30 in Silver Springs M. E.Jeanette Laney, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
                                mittee.                                     county program. It traverses the and are respected. They did not stop                                                                                Church. Those who begin attendance Kelly, Lawrence Kelly, Richard Turn-
                                                                            county reforestration project, has the parade; they helped it to form,                                    Milano is the largest of Italian next Monday may receive credit for er, Edward Cane, Ward Maxson Jr.,
                                                 ANNUAL PARTY               only a few full-fledged farmers living helped maintain it in formation, and cities,, 850,000, and how the smoke the wholefcourse. There will be four Melvin Mason, Lucia Paige, Howard
                                     The Garroway and Herrington on it and is seldom used in present two riders led it to the German and ,of industry hangs above its rooftops. more sessions, in Castile, Perry, Wy- Peterson Jr., Alvin Stowe, Mary E .
                                classes held their annual party Tues- state.                                                                                                                                                     oming and Warsaw.
                                                                                                                                         Czech embassies. Banners were borne jWe did not find our hotel until trie                                                                  Traber, Ralph Traber J r . , Shirley
                                day evening, with 73 attending. A                                                                                                                                                                    The County Christian Endeavor Un-
                                                                               Present plans call for the early and a sound truck led the marchers 'afternoon was half gone, so w e , ion will hold its spring ratty next week Thompson, J e a n Wellman, J a y Wood-
                                roast veal dinner was served. Deco- construction of the following roads in shouting their slogan, Save Austria, jumped.on a street car for the cen- j Friday at Perry Baptist Church. There ard.
                                rations were carried out in yellow by the county highway department Save Peace, Save Britain, Chamber ter of the city. Because w e knew no will be a recreation period first, then                                                                     In this "second Easter" service, t h e
                                and white. After dinner they were and in the order named:                                                                                                                                                                                                          again was beautifully
                                                                                                                                                                                  Italian, w ce l rode xc past the center supper, then a good program of sing- platform calendar carried Easter decor
                                                                                                                                                                                             w u u c far
                                entertained by Helen Sweeney, who                                                                        lain must go, the People can stop! l l a u a " >                " *•"=" ~ ~             in); and an address by a .-i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ated, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  good speaker. , ages and designs, and the service of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          mess-
                                                                               No. 1. A road in Bennington be-                                                                    of      e                                       .,-.-              , , - .              - . ..
                                represented Shirley Temple in song ginning at cross roads No. 20, thence war, Czech, must remain free f t h a t | back and forso thatjwereason, Denny  ^ cjty, the same had^to^walk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 A j l j o u n g People's n o s b e i are n w i t - ^ „ h i D | _ l n which the Youth Choir pro-
                                and dance numbers. Mrs. Lucy west to end of road, a distance of was on a large banner too), etc. The believes the street car ride cost him ed to share, in the meeting.                                                                             vided the music and Rev. Qrville
                                Waterbury and Mae Brown gave solo three miles.                                                           line of march was easily a mile long; 5 lire instead of 50 centimes. The                                                                   French assisted the pastor, was per-
                 \\             numbers and there were impersona-                                                                        one policeman declared he had never                                                              PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                       vaded by the Eastertide spirit. The
                                                                               No. 2. A road in the town of Cas- seen sucrga large demonstration in conductor could not understand
                                tions and pantomines. Rev. Cecil F. tile from the county road 18, from trie                                                                       French and Denny could not tell him                  R e v . George W. Walker, Pastor             messages by Mr. French to the junior
                                Wilson gave a very                                                                                       London. Yes, the British people are in Italian that he had some change                       The church begins a n e w schedule church, the adult congregation and the
                                                                            Perry road to the Park.                                      active for democracy and peace                                                                                                             Bible School were deeply appreciated
                                on literature and art.                          No.-3. A'road'In the town of ~°i]s.e,through the united action of those coming. We strolled about, locating n e x t Sunday, with church and Sunday by all who heard them.
hmml   *'••*-••:                                                                                                                                                                                                                  School starting w i t h a n assembly t o -                                                        We offer some remarkable
                                                                            an extension of Cr. 39 near East Koy countries who desif* freedom, even places of interest so that w e could g e t h e r at 10.30, and a program for all                                                   At 6, the young people enjoyed awning values this season . .
                                 ENTERTAINED ON ANNIVERSARY                                                                                                                       see them the next morning.
                                                                            to the Allegany County Line.                                 if their miserable government is not.                                                    a g e s , packed w i t h good t h i n g s , from "Echoes from Washington" by Donald
                                     Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kranz enter-                                                                                                                  The next morning the church of 10.30 to 12. Many groups within t h e Wellman, Lenna Wellman, Marian in a wide variety of colors
                                 tained family friends on Sunday in             No. 4. The Perry-Covington Town I had never seen the German Nazi
           I '                                                                                                                                                                     Santa Maria was first on our itiner- church family are anticipating real Fox and Virginia Burt
                                 honor of the fifth anniversary of Line road No. CR12 from the Salt- flag before I saw it flying from the ary, because on the wall of one of advantages in t h e change. One n e w
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    and designs at prices that are
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                                                                             vale road east to the-road from Pearl embassy. The crowd greeted it with                                                                                                                                  At 7.30, while the Perry folks were agreeably low.
                                 their marriage. There were present,                                                                                                               the adjoining rooms, Leonardo di feature, not previously announced, will enjoying Mr. Hickman's recital, Mr.
                                 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pan- Creek to Perry Center.                                              angry and derisive hoots.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Vinci painted the Last Supper. The be a n arrangement to care for babies Freestone was speaking to a large We will be pleased to bring
                                 ten, Mr. and Mrs. Norman VonPless              No. 5, A road in Java No. CR1S
                                                                                                                                                              Paris!               painting in fresco has been _,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              m     retouched at vthe church, so that even families congregation made up of delegations
                                 and daughters Jean and Janet, and from Java west, south, then west to                                                                                                                       r*»-' n a '- g very ismall children can. come from the churches of East Pembroke samples to your home for
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                                 Miss Mabel Carlson, all of Buffalo. the Erie County Line.                                                   We left for the Channel boat at several times, - iso-r«...aoes not« ^e -!, 4                                           ,    . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               » together for the hour and a half on and nearby communities.
                                                                                                                                                                                               _i-i             u„* s„
                                                                                                                                          8:20 p. m. Before the boat pulled tain its original glory, but in s p t t s i f g g ^ a w t t t a g a ,                                                                                   selection.
                                 Mr. and Mrs. Panten came for the No. 6. A road in Orangeville and                                                                                                                                                                                      Tonight 7.30, resumption of mid-
                                                                                                                                                                                   of the faded colors and scarred plas- j The class for young men got a good week services, with consideration of
                                 week-end.                                                                                                away, many swans gathered about i t
                                                                             Wethersfleld, from Eastman's Corners
                                                                                                                                          perhaps in search of refuse. We ar-ter, it is still a great work. Christ has start last Sunday.                                            "Peter's Testimony."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Phone 373
                                                                             north past County Forest thru Poplar                                                                                                                      The Youth Fellowship enjoyed Prof.
                                                                                                                                          rived in Paris at 5:20 p. m. and took just said "one of you shall betray                                                                      Friday night, the annual Rotary
                                        ANNIVERSARY HONORED                  Tree Corners to the Cheese Factory
                                                                             road in Orangeville.
                                                                                                                                          trie company's bus right across the me," and the artist's study is of the Roy E. Thompson's story of Easter in Minstrels, which deserves the usual
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   New York, last Sunday. At the meet- fine support.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Charles W. Tarplee
                                      A birthday anniversary party hon-                                                                   city to Gare du Lyon. The bus driver facial expression of the disciples.                                                                                                                              29 Covington St.
                                  oring Mrs. Elmer E. Jones of Rush,                                                                                                                                                              ing next Sunday at 6, Mrs. Julian Han-                Sunday, 11, sermon by Rev. Will-
                                                                                                                                          drove like a madman with no concern Judas, third from Jesus' right is just ley will give some dramatic readings,
t •                              formerly of Perry, was given Satur-
                                  day evening at the home of her              Social Problems                                             for the presence of lamp-posts or in     leaving the table; surprise, horror, and President Onalee McConnell will iam Sale Terrell, State worker in the
                                                                                                                                          tersections or any pedestrian or other grief, uncertainty, are seen on the sing a solo.                                                    evangelistic field. Mr. Terrell has
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     been in the State work but a few
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Perry, N. Y .

                                  brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-                                                                     vehicle. Our train did not leave until faces of the disciples.
                                  gan L. Matson. Mrs. Jones was ac- Will Be Discussed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The Missionary Society will meet on months and yet has made a great con-
                                                                                                                                          7:30 p. m. and so, after having the                                                      Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. A. H. tribution to the work in all areas of
                                  companied here by her son Lyle.               Dr. Niles Carpenter, Dean of the continental breakfast of chocolate                                    Another letter will appear shortly, Olin on Lake street. Mrs. W. T. Olin the State. 11.30, junior church. 12,
                                  Another son Stuart, who has been in School of Social Work, University of with a croisant w e walked about. telling of Easter Sunday in Rome. will read a paper on "General and Bible School, with Mr. Terrell bringing
                                  Perry, joined the family party.             Buffalo, and a summer resident of Since dining car meals cost 25 francs, Mr. Wellman was an eye-witness to Madame Chiang Kai-Chek."                                                                    a message to the men. 6, young peo-
                                                                              Pike, will open the New York State we bought some small loaves of the impressive observance in the                                                       There will be a special meeting of ple's meeting, with Lenna Wellman
                                                                              Conference on Social Work meeting bread, some pate de foie, cheese and Holy City.                                                                    Genesee Presbytery next Sunday eve- leading. See Interde. for other items.
                                       ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB                                                                                                                                                                      ning at East Pembroke, to ordain and                                                            Earol M. Russell
                                      Mrs. Catherine Hanley and Miss Thursday r May 5, in the Howe Mem- a bottle of white wine.                                                                                                    install S. Darrell Cummimrs as pastor-
                                  Pauline Duffy entertained their con- orial Library, Wellsville. He will talk                                The border town between France                                                       elect of the East Pembroke Church.                                                                            INSURANCE
                                  tract bridge club at the home of Miss on "Social Insurances and Their Re- and Italy is Modane. There the cus-                                                    EAST PERRY                                                                                                                                            i

                                  Duffy Tuesday evening with dinner lation to Public Welfare."
                                   and bridge afterwards. Miss Gail
                                                                                                                                          tom officials entered to examine our
                                                                                 Mrs. Olean G. Peddle, Perry wel- passports, and to take the declarations
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            HOLY APOSTLE CHURCH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 I May 1, second Sunday after Easter.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     WILLIE'S                                           Auto, G e n e r a l Liability,
                                   Norman of Westport, Conn., and fare officer, and Alfred S. Wilcox, tourists have to make of the amount PARTY' ^WELCOMES FLOBTOANS Feast of Sts. Philip and James. 9.30
                                                                                                                                                                                               WEI                                                                                                                                              Compensation
                                  New York City, who was visiting Wyoming County Welfare Commis- of foreign currency thejt are bring-
                                  Mrs. Hanley, was the guest of honor. sioner, are members of the three- ing in. It is not allowed to take out
                                                                                                                                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Edward Page and a. m., Holy Communion and sermon.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Mrs. Mary Coons of Rochester 3 p. m., Church School and announce-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   RESTAURANT                                        Never less than 20% dlvidend"bn
                                                                              county committee for the conference. more currency than you have brought family attended a birthday party ment of, mite box offerings.                                                                                                                 every expiring policy.
                                                                              The counties included in the meet- in. The first and significant impres- given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.                                                The Easter offering to date amounts                            Good Food
                                        DOTIATED INTO SOCD3TY
                                      Miss Ruth McBride, Cornell Uni-         ing are Wyoming, Allegany and Steu- sion of Italy is soldiers, soldiers every- O. V. Olin at West Perry Monday in to $43. This is to be turned toward                                                             Served In Congenial
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     7 2 Lake St. P h o n e 262-M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   the work of Miss Viele. This is a
                                   versity freshman, was among twelve ben. Broad aspects of social insur- where. At Modane, there were men honor of O. V. Olin and Mrs. Otis very fine effort and the pastor wishes                                                                                    Atmosphere
                                  new members initiated last week into ance, medical services and citizen of the Alpine brigades, dressed in Burr, who has just returned with to thank all for this generous support.
                                   "Wayside Aftermath," a social or- responsibility will be discussed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •
                                                                                                                                           gray-green, with Alpine hats, a feath- Mr. Burr from a vacation in Florida.
                                                                                 Speakers include state and regional er fixed to the side. Later, we saw                                                                           METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
                                   ganization of Cornell. She is enrolled
                                   in the College of Home Economics.          leaders in social, nursing and welfare soldiers in green, with great plumed WRECK DELAYS TRIP                                                                     Rev. Cecil F. Wilson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Regular Meals
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     SUMMER B U S SCHEDULE
                                                                              work. The Wellsville meeting is one hats; others dressed in blue trousers                                 Mrs. John Merk of Syracuse, Miss                At the Church Night supper to be          Fish Fry                                                 Leave Perry For Buffalo
                                       ENTERTAINED AT PINOCHLE                of thirteen regional conclaves of with red stripe, and tailed coat trim- Thelma Merk of Long Island and held this evening beginning at 6.30,
                                       Mrs. Thomas Butler entertained 2      lijublic welfare workers conducted med with red, with sword and Na- Merritt Chandler of Rutland, V t , the speaker will be Mrs. Abigail John-                                                           Spaghetti                                                     •    Daily
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2:50 p. m.; arrive 5:05 p. m.
                                   tables of friends aUpinochle Tuesday [%ch year b y the N e w York State poleonic hat. In Northern Italy and student at Syracuse, called on Nor- son of Castile. The beginners depart-                                                            ~    Sandwiches                                       9:05 a. m.; arrive 11:15 a. m.
                                   evening.                                   Conference of Social work.                                                                                                                            ment, in charge of the supper, will
                                                                                                                                           especially in fortified Verona, there man Lewis at jbg G. B. Richard                                p*fW'Vttje. P4?ogTani. ^ r & g E i ^          "           _y (Hot and Cold*             »     Sundays_ and Holidays
                                                        • - " - — -   -   . » - .
                                                                                    — —wms™*™rr-*f 3 B I B 3 M B S S             .. J~ -iiare more"soldiers'ISf*trnrltreet Thah farm Wedfielo^ry^fuYfntJoTrrTrlfey                  est CrawrOTn^wmgive a sbTo, with j .
                                            PAST MATRONS MEET                           MUTUAL FRIENDS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Leave Buffalo For Perry
                                       The Past Matrons club of the East-
                                                                                                                                           civilians. We would have no unem- for Syracuse again at 9:30 p. m. butW. Royce at the piano.
                                                                                 Mutual Friends will hold their an- ployed in our land if w e made every car trouble near Geneseo put a stop                                            Church services for next Sunday as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Orchestra Every *                                12:15 (Saturday Only); arrive
                                   ern Star of the Genesee-Wyoming nual meeting Friday, April 29, at 3 jobless man a soldier.                                                        to the trip right there until repairs follows: 10.80, Church SchogL>^ll,                        Saturday Night                                                  2:20 p. m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       9:45 a. m.; arrive 12:00 (Daily)
                                   District held their Spring meeting p. m. at the home of Mrs. E D . Slack.                                                                         could be made the following day. A worship service. SermorfT "Trusting                                                                            5:10 p. m.; arrive 7:25 (Daily)
                                                                                                                                                            Gun Fodder
                                   in the Masonic Temple Wednesday Guest speaker will be Miss Helen                                                                                  phone call to Dick Richards brought God." 7.30, evening service at Uni-                                              •    •                     6:10 p. m.; arrive 8:25 (Sunday
                                   afternoon. Mrs. Bessie Stowell, presi- Cook, who will give an illustrated                                   In the streets we have seen bands                                                    versalist Church.           '
                                                                                                                                                                                     a car to the rescue and three jolly                                                                                                                          and Holidays)
                                   dent, presided at the gathering. Fol- talk on the Clara Barton stamp.                                   cf new recruits, young fellows, going good sports back to the farm to                        A Men's Brotherhood banquet for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the Hornell district will be held in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • WILLIE'S                                      Bus Stop, Donald's, phone 304-J
                                   lowing the business session and initi-                                                                  to take the required military training. spend trie n i g h t
                                                                                                                                           There are as many as five barracks                                                       Canisteo on Monday, May 2, at 6.30 129 Water Street. , Perry                                  Genesee Bus Lines
                                   ation of members, an enjoyable en-                    SORORITY PARTY                                                                                                                             p. m. The principal speaker will be
                                   tertainment program was put on by Members of Sigma Pi Rho sorority in a town of 80,000. Little boys we                                               Miss Ethel Sliker spent the week- Bishop Adna W. Leonard. Several men
                                   Miss Helen Fanning, who was heard sponsored a dancing party in St. have seen completely outfitted in end in the home of Mr. arid Mrs. from Perry are planning to attend.
                                   in several piano solos; Mrs. Roy Spel- Joseph's Terrace Hall last Tuesday uniform, bearing a toy gun with a Howard Moag at LaGrange.                                                                 The following were elected church
                                    licy, readings; and several dancing evening. Music was furnished by the bayonet which is no toy. Never Have                                                                                     trustees last Sunday morning for a
                                                                                                                                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Graves and three-year term: S. N. Buttles, Her-
                                                                                                                                           I seen so many pictures of t w o

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            TO-DAY
                                   and song numbers by Miss Helen Syncopators orchestra.                                                                                             family of Dunkirk were Sunday bert L. Pike, John D. Rudgers.
                                   Sweeney. There were about 75 pres-                                                                      people; in every public place there
                                                                                                                                           are pictures of Mussolini and King ing.
                                                                                                                                                                                     guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gold-                The annual sp',J"g convention of the
                                   ent                               ^ ^           "UNION HEAD WELL PATO                                                                                                                            Hornell district Fnworth League will
                                       The Perry Past Matrons-will meet          James G. Petrillo, head man of the Victor Emmanuel! III. On waM after                                  Mr. and Mrs. Earl Paddock and be held in Addison on May 7.
                                   this evening at the home of Mrs. W. Chicago Federation of Musicians, is wall is scratched II Duce or Fafcismo, son Roger of North Perry were Sun-                                                                                                        That, Madame, is the two-word story of Sardinia's Fruits
                                   S. Copeland, with a 7 o'clock supper. the highest salaried union executive we will defend thee with our blood. day evening callers at the home of                                                      FREE METHODIST CHURCH
                                   It is the annual birthday anniver- in the United States. He gets $26,000 Even the trams have on the front Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hull.                                                                        Rev. J. I. McCalloufh, Pastor                    and Vegetables. Only the Best in the Market. Fresh every
                                   sary party. Election of officers will a year. Obviously he doesn't sell his of the engine the old Roman sign of                                      Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hull visited Mr.                10 a. m,, Sunday School. 11, morn-                 day. Vegetables that are Crisp and still dewy when we
                                   follow.                                     services for a song.                                         authority, the. ax protruding from and Mrs. Herbert Fisher and daugh- ing worship with sermon by Rev. R.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     A. Robertson. 12, class meeting. No                    place them on our counter. Fruits that have been rushed
                                                                                                                                                                                      ter June in North Perry Sunday.                evening service. District meeting in
                                                                                                                                                                                        The Misses Julia and Frances Hull Batavia.                                                          from orchards to us. You'll find a difference, a difference
                                                                                                                                                                                      spent Monday evening in Buffalo.                 • Wednesday, 7.30, church prayer                     that only fane freshness brings. When you go shopping
                                              Support The Student Loan Minstrel                                                                                                         Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fortner and meeting.
                                                                                                                                                                                      family of Honeoye Falls were Sun-                  Tuesday, May 3, Mrs. Schlosser, re-                for these staple goods think of Sardinia's.
                                                                                                                                                                                      day guests of her parents, Mr. and cently returned missionary from Chi-
                                         High School Auditorium, Friday Evening, April 29th, 8:00 p. m.                                                                               Mrs. Charles Patrick.                          na after mom than 20 years' service,                     Complete Line Of Garden Fresh
                                                       This is the tenth annual Student Loan Minstrel show sponsored by the Perry                                                        A J. Woods of Wyoming was a wfll speak at 7.30. Everybody wel-
                                               Rotary Club. Its goal transcends the personal element, becoming a community proj-                                                      Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     come.                                                        Vegetables and Fruit
                                               ect to aid worthy boys and girls in their efforts to secure higher education. You'll                                                   T. D. Richards.                                 TOST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH
                                                                                                                                                                                        The Misses Barbara and Marian                    Church School at 9.46. Morning
                                               see a corking good show, with plenty of breezy professional and local talent. But                                                      Toan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. service at 11. "Life's Inevitables."                              Now Showing Flower* For Transplanting. Mora Coming.
                                               more than that your attendance will enrich the entire community by giving op-                                                          W. Miller m Rochester last week.                   Union evening service in this church                                          Also Cut Flowers
                                               portunity to -worthy j^oung people to better themselves.                                                                                  Miss Winifred Popp returned to at 7.80. "Enemies of Religion."
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                                                  Buy A Ticket For T\e Rotary Minstrel                                                                                                Corning Sunday after spending the                  The Friendship Circle will meet
                                                                                                                                                                                      Easter holidays at home.                      with Mrs. Lawrence Schenck next
                                                                                    W. t . OLIN & SON - Harder*                                                                        \Miss Louise Johnston of Interlaken Monday evening, May 2. A large at-
                                                                                                                                                                                      spent the week-end with Miss Glena- tendance is especially desired as this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     is the last meeting of the season and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sardinia's Fruit & Vegetable Mkt.
                                                                                                 *»«••»*.-»•*•»•»•»•*•»•»'•-•*•*»*»•»•»•.*»•••»•»•»•••*'« w                           dor Hull.                                     officers will be elected.                               North Main St.                   •               -             Perry* N - Y -
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