Westfield Republican, 1919-09-03
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Che ttesifUUr toublicatt No. 27 WESTFIELD, CHAUTAUQUA CO., N. Y„ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1919. L. LXV. GREAT DAY! This Military Ball at Bookman's Rink is for service men and tickets will not he sold to the general public until such time as it Is found that there will be room for others. The overflow will be taken care of at Grange hall and Fenner hall. One ticket will be sold good either at Grange hall or Fenner hall. Seats will be sold in the gallery at the rink for spectators at the Military Ball. LAHB * COWAH, THE DRUGGISTS. — T H E orncr Drug Store West field Will Welcome World War Man and Entertain Local Firemen on Friday, Sept. 5, 1919. Don't Miss It. Greatest Day in Town's Licensed Pharmacist in Charge History Night and emergency phone No. 138. Open Sunday from 12 to 1 only. T H E L M A September 5 will be the greatest day in the history of West field. The occasion justifies the best efforts of every citizen in each of the ten towns whose service men are to be entertained. This is the formal welcome home to the boys who, from time to time, left Westfleld in small units from Division No. 2, Chautauqua County. It is a day set apart j I by the people in which to honor the returned soldier and sailor. Every service man owes the duty to the people to turn out on this occasion. The invitation extended to the local firemen to take nart in this day's celebration is an excellent opportunity for the citizens of Westfleld to acknowledge and express their appreciation of the high quality of service of this volunteer department.The morning will be given over to sports, the Westfleld Fire department having entire charge of the program. The program is as follows:10:00 o'clock a. m.—100 yard dash for soldiers and sailors. First prize $5; second .prize $2.50. 10:20 o'clock a. m.—100 yard dash, free for all. First prize $5.00; second nrize *2.50. 10:40 o'clock a. m.—100 vard dash for girls under 18 yens. First prize $5.00; second prize $2.50. 11.00 o'clock a. m.—Nail driving contest for ladies. First prize $5; second prize $2.50. 11:10 o'clock a. m.—Pie eating contest, free for all. First prize $2.50; second prize $1.00. 11:20 o'clock a. m.—Obstacle race for automobiles. First prize $15.00; second prize $10.00. Final arrangements have been made to have an aeroplane passenger service of 20 minute flights during the entire day, if the weather permits, commencing at 10:00 o'clock a. m. Leave your orders at Douglas Bros, garage if you wish to mako a flight. Dinner will be served at 12:00 o'clock noon. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will serve 125 dinners at the Y. W. 1 C. A. and 125 dinners at the Presi byterian Church. The Methodist Church will serve 175 dinners at the Motor Inn in the Welch Block; the Baptist Church will serve 125 dinners at the Baptist Church and the Grange will serve 200 dinners at the Grange hall. By Wednesday, Sept. 3, the Welcome Home Committee will be able to make a fair estimate of the number of dinners required and if the number guaranteed above is more than is required the above figures will be reduced proportionately.We answer phone call* at other hours when necessary Arrangement is under way for perfecting a massed band concert, massing cn the park the bands from the ten different towns. There will be excellent music during the entire day and the best orchestras obtainable for dancing in the evening. 33 Main Street. Phone 2 QUEEN OF PERFUMES Out of Town Folks Lord Baltimore Portfolios Are cordially invited to meet A handy lap tablet for letter their friends, leave packages and writing anywhere. 50 sheets, doumake themselves at home with us. ble size, and 24 envelopes, for 39e. 75 CENTS OZ. SOUVENIR SAMPLE 10 LIBRARIAN WINS PRIZE CENTS Miss Florence Hall Wins First Corner Drug Store, Westfield, N. Y. Prize in Library Competition The New York State Library Association. in order to stimulate the librarians throughout the state in regard to their work, offered a series of scholarships to the librarians having the best records for efficient service and in methods of interesting library patrons. School Items Student fountain pens, 9crew cap, self-filling, $1. Student special, $1.50. Boston Tempoint pens $2.50. Stylo pens, writes with ink like a pencil, $1 50. Companion sets, pencils, erasers, penholders, etc , 25c and Miss Hall won first prize for towns of our size, and will be the recipient of an .award from the State Association in the shape of a certificate of excellence. 35c Banner loose leaf note books 25c. Pocket Dictionaries 15c and 25c. Text books for district schools. Each award will consist of a certificate of excellence from the N. Y. L. A. It will also include the privilege of attending the State meeting of the association at Richfield Springs the week of September 8, with railroad fares aad $15 toward hotel expenses paid. Pickle Spices For Summer Ills Sun Cholera Tablets 25c. Blackberry Compound, 25c. Rexall Diarrhea Compound, 35c. Kellogg's Tasteless Castor Oil, 25c. Competitors were furnished application blanks, which ihey were requested to fill out, and it was upon the information thus provided that awards were made.— Fredonia Censor. Ail the uncommon varieties to give flavor to your cucumbers and tomatoes. Ketchup Essence, one flavors a bushel of tomatoes 40c. bottle AT THIS STORE Miss Hall's many friends here unite in extending congratulations. I'ricQ Expressly Expressed Auto Damaged For Cooler Nights For Friday and Saturday we will have 200 pounds of Boston chocolates, nougatines, peppermint patties, caramels and bittersweets. Regular price 00c, week-end price 49c a pound. $ YJU HEN it comes to men's furnishings T ? you will find them up to the min- While Elijah Deck and wife, of Ripley, were coming into town last Thursday afternoon along South Portage street, the r machine which they were driving had the ft rwurd part ??mcwhat damaged by coming into contact with an iron post at the right of the road near the village park. A northbound trolley car was also coining into town and when the niotorinan blew his whistle. Mr. Deck evidently became confused by the near appoach of the car and turned his machine directly into the post, the forward axle of the machine was somewhat bent and it is thought the engine was also damaged. The occupants escaped injury. A reliable hot water bottle is a comfort. A supply of two-year guaranteed Ke.ntleeks has just arrived. They last longer. ute always at this store. It doesn't cost any more to be strictly Erie Young Man Wins Christian Science Lecture. up-to-date in dress and appearance than Westfleld Bride. A lecture on Christian Science was delivered in the Grand Theater Sunday afternoon by Dr. John M. Tutt, C. S. B.. of Kansas City, Missouri, member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ Scientist in Botton, Mass. Dr. Tutt was introduced by Mrs. Adelaide J. Hopson. first reader of the Westfield Christian Science Society as follows : In the book of James 1:17 we read : "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variablenes. neither shadow of turning.** The greatest gift to humanity in this age is the Christian Science text book. It i* called "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." Its author, Mary Baker Eddy, for many, many years waa a patient persistent student of the Bible. Through her writings she has revealed to us that the religion Jesus taught is a demonstrable practical science. it does to wear last year's styles. On Saturday morning a wedding party visited the Methodist Parsonage. The groom was Mr. Victor Mclntyre of Erie, and the bride Miss Laura Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore who live on the East Town Line Road. Mr. Mclntyre is a carpenter doing successful work in Erie. Miss Moore is known to a wide circle of young people in this vicinity. The young couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. Perkins of Westfield, Mrs. Perkins being a sister of the bride. The ceremony was performed by Rev. John E. Roberts who used the ring service. The bride and groom have been preparing their heme in Erie and their many friends wish them abundant happiness as they start their home plans for the future. If you will come in and talk with us we will prove to you that our service will dress you BETTER at LESS EXPENSE. Ex-Service Men Meet Again. At 1:30 o'clock p. m., the parade will form on Portage street at the intersection of Main and Portage streets. Grand Marshal, Lieut. Commander John Sheonfeldt, the ranking officer in the Town of Westfield, has designated the line of march as follows: Down Main to Holt street; Down Holt to Washington street; along Washington to North Portage street; North Portage and South Portage streets to First street; along First street to Union street; down Union street to Main street, and Main street to Portage street. All turns will be left-hand turns and there will be no counter marching. All residents and business men along this route are requested to decorate their homes and business places. Every religious, social and fraternal organization in the town of Westfield has been requested to place in this parade at least one patriotic float. It is the time for every organization to honor the representatives of its service flag. Any person having or knowing of a good saddle horse which can be used in this parade will please notify the committee. The address of Bishop Brent, which every service man will want to attend, will take place either on the Park or at the Grand Theater. Space will be reserved for service ] men at this address. This addr'ss i is one of the chief attractions of the ' more especially because Bi.-hop ! Brent was chaplain-in-chief of all the American Expeditionary Forc«->. 'The Welcome Home Committee r-on The John W. Rogers Post of the American Legion will hold its next regular meeting at Backman's Rink, Thursday evening, September 4th, at 8 o'clock. It is desired that a full attendance be present Come and bring a new member with you. It is important that a full attendance be preaent as our part in the celebration of September 5th will be discussed and decided upon and our plana formed. The staff requests that all ex-service men who aa yet have not joined the American Legion be present and join with us in making this one of the largest and best organizations ever to hit Westfield. Let's all do our own part in making this movement a success. Everyone must help! CLEANING, PRESSING and REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. PRICES REASONABLE Attractive Home Wedding On Saturday evening at Uve o'clock the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Schrader of North Gale street was the scene of a pretty wedding, when their daughter, Miss Elsie, was united in marriage to Mr. Carl THE METHODIST CHUBCH. Burrows of West Portland. A group of _ _ . . . the immediate relatives and friends of the D^C.1 !UWefchWwere in "hike of *°un« P«ple were gathered in the the general exercises of the S. S. front room when the strains of the wedand the pastor led the preparatory ding march sounded, played by Miss Edna prayer service at 9:50. Good class Borrows. The bride and groom stood sessions were held by the teachers. f b k f foliage during the wed_ The Pastor, Rev. John E. Roberts, > ° ... , j l... preached at both morning and even- ; din£ ceremony which was performed y ing services. The morning subject. Rev. John E. Roberts who used the ring in keeping with the nearness of service. The bride carried an attractive Labor Day. was "Labor and Partner- boUqUet 0f bridal roses which was held by "For1 we ar'c labore.ftoge.Sr" with Miss Burrows during the placing of the God." The sermon applied the same ring. The brides costume was of crepe great moral obligation to both em- de chine and georgette. We have with us this afternoon one who is eminently qualified to speak on thia subject I take pleasure in introducing to you Dr. John M. Tutt. C. S, B. of Kansaa City, Missouri, Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church of The First Church of Christ. Science in Boston. Mass. The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Dr. Tutt's address will be found on page three of this issue. Mo Moo? Gay !! GRAND THEATRE Can't you just feel your mouth watering ? You will tonight with all the Chinese guodies set before you at the Presbyterian % church. Quantity as well as quality. Some fifteen dishes with ten ingredients to one dish. A free lecture on "How to wield chop sticks' by Sun Yan Sz Sin Shang. Also some interesting Chinese stunts and games. C. J. CARLSON, Manager ployee and employer and led from Following a hearty shower of congratthe realm of daily toil up to the dis- u|ations an(j g00d wishes the company "nM,'y KK TXT™-.**. ««.«.«■« <•» »"•« an<J a delicious the organ and Mrs If. I.. Dwyer and course dinner was served. The tables Mrs. Fred Jon» - -am: a beautiful were furnished with asters for decoration. duet. Choir rehearsal will com- Rjce an(j confetti came into use before the mence again leirulailj■ i >'> departure 0f the newly wedded couple, meeting on Thursdaj f-v-nins \utn Miss Elizabeth Haughenberry in but by a clever ruse they slipped away in charge. an automobile while the merriment was Wednesday, Sept 3—Constance Talmadge in ".A Pair of Silk Stockings," and Mutt and Jeff comedy. gratulate themselves and the to on being able to secure known and prominent a nia. Bishop Brent. Service men, local firemen an lady should not forget that Manner Carlson opens his tlieatei fit- ' them at 4:0" o'clock and 7:P>". A fast ball same has been arrani-d for 4: <»'> o'clock with Porilam and Brocton, all professional.-. The committee realize that .»'• j 3 will be one of the historical d; in the annals of West field and records to perpetuate the of the occasion should be preserve' In view of this fact the committe have rec4tiested the Patterson librar to furnish a book for the autograpl registration of all service men ii this district. It is planned to hav< every service man register at th< dinner hour. For further filing i is requested of all citizens havinf cameras to take as many pictures o: the day's principal features, the pa rade and its different divisions, the decorations, etc., aa possible and file one copy at the Patterson Library with the name of the person taking widel My talkey you tl-luly, you b'long all-a-same no-goo<lte man sposin you no corne chop chop eatie my chow." Thursday, Sept. 3-Peggy Highland in "Cowardice Court." Sunshine comedy, "Shadows of Her Past," and Mutt and Jeff comedy. Everyone with a good appetite and humor invited. 6:30 tonight, September id. Members of the A. T. Club, cum shaw 35c; all others 50c. In the f\> ninii the mes- pro;;eecjing and though chased by another peculiarly adapted to the the start on their wedding oiv<f nt tv-riod i.t u 111 < -■. th>- text _, ,, , .. being Jeremiah 2:30. "Why aaddest journey. They are both well known in the thou about >o much to change thy home community and their many friends way?" On Thursday evening an in- extend generous wishes for a long and teresting prayer meeting will be appy wedded life. Their future home every BeauU.u, »d church budget will commence. useful presents were left Dy the guests to carry happy memories to the new home. Friday, Sept. 5—Frerl Stone in "The Goat," and Flagg comedy, "An Honorable Guest." sage was Unless you hand in your name to one of the following this morning we cannot promise you a place: Nlarjorie Philipps. Library; Wellington Seymour, News Room; Ralph Norton, Welch Office; Margaret Kenwell. Margaret Lindsay or John Selden. Saturday, Sept. <>—Artcraft special, "The Woman Thou Gavest Me." Sennett comedy, "East Lynn with Variations." memor —The B. <k L E. linemen have struck for an increase of 20 cents an hour. They receive $140 a month. The motormen and conductors want 75 cents an hour. They now get 45 cents. Monday, Sept. 8—Madaline Traverse in "The Rose of the W&t" Mutt and Jeff comedy. —The registration during the six weeks of the Chautauqua Summer Schools, the oldest of all summer schools throughout the country, showed a total of over six thousand students taking course* under more than 125 instructors in 200 courses. This is ao 80 per cent fain over 1918 and 30 per cent better than the banner year before the United States entered the war. 1916. —Lost—A pair of gold-bowed spectacles in a red case. Finder please return to Theo. Burns, Water street. SPECIAL—Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 2 and 3—Charlie Chaplin in "Sunny Side." Scenic reel. British West Indies. Cloria Joy in "Corinnie, Come Here." Lost Between west end viaduct and Maoer's shop, small black leather hand bag containing money and other valuables Finder please return to 90 West Main street and receive reward. —Wanted—To buy good typewriter and desk. Watt Farm Agency, Motor Inn block. —For Sale-Strong work mare. Mrs. d- J. Boack, East Main street the picture signed in the margin.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1919-09-03|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1919-09-03|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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