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Oneonta Daily Star (Newspaper) - June 1, 1926, Oneonta, New York MNTITAGMPD AND GLORIOUS FEELING THE ONEONTA gf AR. TllKSHAY. JUNK 1, BYBRIGGS DCES NEXT -SUPPOSE I've GOT To PUT ow -A LOT OP 8UTTOUl.ttSS CLOTHes X-OtJ-T YOU eV8K BUTtO.03 OW MV Auce A BOTTOM Off MY SILK SHIRT ALL. BUTTOM S OM 'AecvY OpeS ALL BUTTOWS ON SILK SHISTS- CUT TOM OFP COLLAR" Charles II. Parsons and Mr. and Mm. Gvoige Cotton, all of Syracuse. village stores and, acM -were with few closed 'on Monday in observance of Memorial day. E. Q. Dunn of New York city and Mr. and Mm. Harvey Simmons of Schcnectudy were of Mrs. Dann and Airs. 8. C. for over Sunday and Monday. WOltCKSTKK CHILD DIES. Uttle bnuKltter of Mr. art Mn. fM McM.lt Takeu Giber M-ty The mnny frlendd ol Mr. and Mrs. Krai Moak extend siuceru sympathy to them lit the death of their daughter, which oc- curred at the Piirslmll hospital In On- eontu Saturday, at '1 o'clock following a two days' illness uf colitis. Winifred was ijoru at Won-cster 9. September entered the flrst grade and nil through the had bet-n at the hftul of her clam. By' her ways uud loving dlapusftlon Hhe endeared herself not only to her teacher nml plnymuteii but to all knew her. She was a niem- of the primary Uepurtuient of the Methodist Sunday school and hud al- ready learned u HOUR for chlMivn's t'uy. This little sons she sans fur tier parents and nurse just hefure she died. I'uneral services will be held Tues- day afternoon at J o'clock from home. Kev. U. will oillclute. D. A. It. Memorial chapter, A. H., held n moat impressive memorial service for their departed members In Maple i'ovc cemetery Sunday afternoon. The chapter sanx America, which us followed scripture reading hy Mrs. C. C. Fmv.nit'rson. unil and remarks by Mrs. W. D. Jones. regent. Eulogies for Mrs. Caroline B. Crip- pen, Mrs. .Mary Dulley. Mrs. Celia Preston and Mrs. Alice Skinner wero (Concluded on page seven) S ALLEY' THEATRES TODAY--------COOPEESTOWN---------TODAY A COMEDY KOMAXCK OP THE FLOniDA DOOM OTIIEIl ADDED SUMECTS TODAY SIDNEY JACK HOLT and Ernest Torrence The Blind Goddess TODAY DELHI BERT LYTELL IN' Sporting Life STAMFORD I it SRD Harold Lloyd in For Heaven's Sake" Ills LATEST BIG SCREAM m Otsego County News GREAT COMPOSER-DIRECTOR Ed-.tlrd N. CatUm Din at ing Hospital, FortJ- Bud feeder Nearly Always In Boston Wrote Hundred] ot Band and Orchestra Composition, Cooperstbwn, N. Catltn, noted 'as, a composed of music and director of musical organizations, died at Thanksgiving hospital Wednes- day evening the result of tonsilltts. He was born at Clinton and was 90 years, two months and four days old.' Seventy-five years ago he settled In Springfield Center and claimed that village as his home. He had spent the winter In' Connecticut, returning to Springfield Center about .tlfo weeks Mr. Catlln was not-only of Boston, but was a composer and. .di- rector as well, .lie- M. C. Aliens; Mr. and Mra. E. Butler of Richmondvllle and Mr. and Mra. Frank Tell of Coxsackie, at Clara Nters; Mr. and Mrs. Emmone Waltt and Mm and Maynard Skinner and Ann Barlow of Oneonta, at E. J. Skin- Mr. and Mrs. Sherman McGln- ley.and son of Oneonta. at F. Mun- ions; Mrs. N. 3. Pitt and children of Richmondvllle. and Earl penney and family'of Scotia, at W. A. Cennys. Mr. ncd Mrs. Morris Aker of Schenectady, at1 J. J. Aker's; Mrs. D. C. Lake, of Oneonta. at Mrs. M. Stllwella- Dcath of Mrs. Frank Rury. Miner Rury, wife of Frank Rury, passed away at .her home Friday night at 10: tQ o'clock afttr a week's illness of flu and erysipelas. She was born In Vestal and was united In mar- Mrfl. Rury was. a domestic nurse, al- '.cabinet, kind and cheerful to the sick. A'.hoit of friends will miss her from thrlr circle. She is survived by her maker of alUll and since his'.retire- ment as a leader ot music organize- ___ _____ ______ .ions had made many musical three brothers and one sis- er. Mrs. Lydia Chaffer of Decattir. menta of .'wood. He went to Boston In 1854 to lead band; then he became connected with Euckley'a Serenaders at the theatre at the corner of Stunner. Chatincey streets; three years later he went to Paris with the American circus; when he return- ed to this country he was offered and accepted the leadership of the Howard Atheneaum orchevtra by Isaac B. Rich. In 1871 Mr Catlln was engaged M musical director of the Boston Mu- leum and when the Park theatre open- ed in 1379 he took charge of the munfc md remained there until transferred to the Tremont, remaining. there till his retirement twenty years ago. He wrote hundreds of band selections and orchestra compositions and pride to the fact .that he had made ihe instruments, written the music and directed the orchestra that played them. Mr. Catlin married Kitt Shipman who died In 1S99, and he built the Universal 1st church at Springfield Center as a memorial to her. The deceased Is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Walter Baldwin and Mrs. Charles Larrabee of Boston. The funeral took place Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at his late home at the Center. Rev. E. J. Noyw officiating. Burial was in the family plot In Lake- cemetery. Coopenrtowir. iK-a.h of Rvrdrtt Comfort. Buniett Comfort died Thursday morning as the result of a paralytic stroke that he suffered the previous evening. He was born at Lanesboro, Pa., March 16, 1873; came to stown thirty yeare ago, and hid re- wrtetl 5ince that time. The fun- eral %.as held Saturday afternoon at Z o clock at his home on Maple street. Rev. Einar Rohne-Echolt officiating. burial at Fly Creek. He had BO A. R. Been. The annual businea.. meeting of the chapter. D. A. R.. was held at the xew Fenimore Friday afternoon. After the regular business had been transacted the election of officers took face, resulting as follows: Regent Anna Ilouck Ptemon; flnt vice resent, Mrs. Jessie Campbell Dorn; .second vice regent. Mrs. Cora Bowen jnlpman; third Blta- yn Leaning; recording Xottie Taylor Ettaronh; corres- wreury. lira, Maud Cheney treasurer. Florence a 'onnson; registrar. MfcH Cera Emma historian. Bdaa chaplain. Florence E. IX EAST WORCESTER. Oaf Tnm Wew Tfcl- Funeral services were held today at 2 ''clock from the house.' Woman's Missionary Society. The. Woman's Missionary society held it's annual mite box opening Fri- day evening. May 28. at the Methodist j Episcopal church. The treasurer gave j. a detailed report of a recent play n the home town and once at West- ford. At this time a rising vote of hanks was given Miss We In stein and Mr. Lapp, also a. letter to be sent Mrs. A. Bibblns for assistance In the play. There was a very pleasing program in charge of Miss after which refreshments were served. East Worcester Personals. Mrs! Helen Hurls and son. Dean, and daughter .loan, are visiting her in-lither in nnd Mrs. Ittorr- family were Sunday visitors at L. Clapper's on Elk and Mrs. Green of Oneonta visited at their daughter's. Mrs. Dayton Babcock. Sun- day. Their two grandsons reunited with Dorthey Dante of Albany and Frances Dante of Boston are spending their vacation with their and Mrs. Dewitt Eslney of Scotia are spending a few days May "r guests la towa tFen m folKnra: Mm. Reben Joknmi M. D. Jobraoa and of at j. c. [these thieves tried to enter the Rider j garage shortly after midnight this morning they awakened both Mr. and Mrs. Rider and the former found his J revolver. One shot tn the direction of garage was enough to change the [minds ot those who coveted the ma- chine, for they made tracks away from the premises at once. Belay Ifeam at Utica. The four young men of the -relay team, who attended the sectional track meet at Utica. are receiving congratu- for their success In winning that event. They were Monte F. Cone. Henry Preston. Tracy Lambert and Fayette Sherman, Vice Principal Harry B. Ward and G. M. Case accom- panied them. This team will compete in the state to be held at Ithaca Saturday. They won flrst place In the medley relay and broke the sectional record, running in 3.59 1-10. .Preston placed third In the 220-yard dash, running agiUnit Walker, the sectional cham- pion. Cone placed second In the 100- yard 'dash, running against Dels. New York state champion for three years. Mrs. Strangcway to Mrs. .Tohn Strangewa? sold her household goods at auction Thursday. With her soon, and two grandsons, who have been living with her she will go to Colorado to live with her rtanshter, the mother of the two littte bifrs. Mrs. T. it. Raitt rnadllla Caller. Mrs. T.' R. Raitt' and son. Nathan of Binghamton spent the Me- were residents of this being a former proprietor and editor of the Unadilla Times. She now has a position in the payroll department of Hills. McLean Haskins store. Mention. Rev. E. A. Otllesple and family spent Sunday night and Monday with friends In Vestal. Mr. Glllesple de- livered the Memorial address in that place, and also in J. Loom is Curtis wan a visitor over week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harry Caryle Forsythe of Xew York j of was a recent visitor a few days with the home or Mrs> Howard Mrs, N. A. James has returned to spend the summer at her Unadilla and Mrs. T. H. Moree had several members of their family at home over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips of uneonta. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morse. Donald Morse and Elizabeth Hoban of Oxford. Morse, who is a lay reader in the Episcopal church at Oxford. assisted Kev. Yale Lyon at the Sun- inornlne and Mrs. Harris of Weehawken, N. J., mve been at their home here for a :ew days, getting ready for summer chapter. O. E. S is invited to visit Butternuts chnp- _i'r June S. ar.4 Martha June 15, Quite a number of hope to go to both these Albert Wlnans, who was called to Ith- aca last week, is with his family again at the Sweet home on the boulevard. MEMORIAL DAT AT SCHENEVUS Hudson Mrs j is spending some' their camp at Cronnse of timo with her husband, who is assist- ing with the cheese Irene Butler and son of and Mr. and Mrs. Airo Chase and dnnrtiter of West Hill, were Sunday guixu ot lir. and Mrs. Howard Butlrr Allen of Albany Is visiting nls grandmother. Mrs. Battle Miss Mildred Vrooman and brother of Echeuectadr are spending a few weeks among Stafford and family left Sunday for a few days trin to Albany and Poughkeepsle. Mr. and Mrs. Cahrles McWilliams of Sehenectady are spending a few days wllh hi.- mother. Helen Mr and Mrs. Harry Searls of Amster- dam vm visitors at Marguerite Poland's Saturday. Foots H lo .Vita.j. Hoy Woodbert. the of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Woodbeck. started on a trip unknown to his parents, leav- ing after school last week for Albany afoot. The police were notified and located him as staying all ulsht at the V. M. C. A. In that city. IJOIc CM SrilBiufr Utter, little daughter of Mr. and Mm. Winnie Utter, met with a serious accident recently. A Itf chain with a smp on was fastened In ihe ham door, and In manner white playing with the snap. It In the npner lip near tne MK. tearing clear through th. cpper retired tc cloic the wound. AinonEVBATOMDUA WrwM-Br same scheme being carried out in tally cards used at the Afternoon Bridge. A small French doll, garbed as a bridal attendant started a mystery search of countless .yards .of narrow white ribbon which finally led. to a hand- somely, ilbboned box containing a charmingly assortment of gifts for the bride to be. At the Bridge party prlxes were awarded the Misses Clark and Baker. .A dainty luncheon was served at C o'clock. The guests were former schoolmates and present school teach- ers. Ladles' AM Society Meeting. The regular monthly business meet- Ing of the Ladles' Aid society will be held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Wlnsor at o'clock. Members are requested to come pre- pared to sew.'A full, attendance Is de- sired. Entertained Over Wcek-End. Many families entertained .guests over the week-end and holiday. A few noted by the reporter were Mr. and Mn. E. D. Niles, Little Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bailey, Rlchneld Springs; and Lyl> Roberts, Newcomb. at the Hoberts' Home, Monitor uLrecL; A. B. Griffin and with Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin; Mr. aru Mrs. Leroy Gardner and daughter, Al- bany, at D. Stanley Cliuve'y; Mr. and Mrs, Frank Cyphers, Oneonta, with Mrs. Emma Cyphers: Miss Katherlne Barlow from Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pier, and Miss Florence 1'ier. Albany, at A. M. Spencer's; Aus- tin Bllby, Albany; Mr. and Mrs. Cutler D. Perry and infant. Albany; Mrs. John Graney. Oneonta; Menxo Pres- ton, Binghamton; Mrs. George Gil- lander. Schenectady: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dowllng. New York city; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Parker and son, Alton, Utica; Grant Cook, Albany: Guy BoaMman and family, Worcester; Mrs. Nettle Harper. Albany; Miss Al- berta Wright. Oneonta; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ruggand, daughter, Rachel, and Mrs. Maud Reeker, Binghamton. Epnorlb League OBcers. The following is the list of newly elected officers of the Epworth league: Miss Elizabeth Cornell, president: Miss Elizabeth Nesbit. first vice: Mrs. Halstcad. second vice; Miss Frances Banker, third vice; Miss Still, fourth vice; Miss Edna Chase, Mabel VanHoesen, treasurer. Bake Sale SwccnM. Nearly f 20 was realized at the bake sale held by the Truth Seekers at the Schaffer jtore. Briefer Mention. Mr. Lnd Mrs. M. A. Grunt entertain- ed as week-end Decoraticn day guests his son. Jesse E. Grant and wife from Cambr'dge. Mass. A portion of Sun- day was spent visiting at Laurens and vicinity, the party returning to Sche- nevus for dinner it Hotel Potter. Mr. and Mrs. W.I lard Belle'w and daughter. DotLthci. motored to Bing- hnm on Friday to the holMay with Mrs. Bellew's father. Charles Mallery, at Smithkoro. OhxTTances BcM Kmdar _Uth_r HoWajr Schenevus, May 31. The union service at the Methodirt Episcopal church Sunday evening brought out a large audience to do honor to veterans of the Civil and World wars. A ser- mon appropriate to the occasion was delivered by liev. Buckingham, pastor of the liaptist church. Two anthems sung by the choir congregational singing formed the musical part of the program. On Monday the parade, compono of (Tva. World war vet- erans, members of the Relief school ch.ldr-n. band, was marshalled by Dr. E. C. At the cemetery the wrrtce of the Grand Army of the RepBOlfc was rendered by Bev. D..P. Ixppeu, and placed in memoir of the CMcago. Robert R. llarttess, who has been located in Xew Tork for some time the employ of the CroweH Pub- lishing Co, Is making a TWt to his parents. Prof, and Mrs. E- O. Hark- ness. this week before leaving tor Chicago. He has been transferred by MS llrm to their Other MM Hem. Mr. and Mrs. T. Farson had as guests over the week-end Mr. lParsoM' 'arson had I k-ecd Mr. I Xn-l Rickenbacker A CAR WORTHY OF ITS NAME A Great It is fitting that we should show our appreciation of the acceptance accorded Rickenbacker Motor Cars, by giving to the public, the price reduction made possible by our increased volume. Many cars in the Rickenbacker price classification have some of our engineering features, but in no car, except a Rickenbacker, can they all be found. See and drive this wonderful car, the greatest six-cylinder value on the market. 1495 CLIFFORD J. ELDRED ;