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Subject: [NYFINGERLAKES] Chronicle - Express, 17 Nov 1938 ( Cont'd )
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 06:36:45 -0400 (EDT)
DYKE - To Mr. and Mrs, Harry Dyke, Penn Yan, R.D., in Soldiers and
Sailors Memorial hospital, November 13, 1938, a daughter.
HEY - To Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hey, of Stark avenue, Penn Yan, in Soldiers
and Sailors Memorial hospital, November 11, 1938, a son.
PUTNAM - To Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Putnam of Lake St., Penn Yan, November
15, 1938, a daughter
MILLER - In Canandaguia, November 9, 1938, Mrs. Hannah Miller, of
Rushville, aged 79 years.
SIMMONS - In Penn Yan, November 12, 1938, George Simmons, aged 68.
DePEW - In Gorham, November 13, 1938, Celsus B. DePew, aged 76 years.
GREEN - In Pulteney, November 13, 1938, Miss Dora Green of Syracuse,
aged 75 years.
AINSWORTH - In Pulteney, November 13, 1938, Mrs. Alice A. Osborne
Ainsworth, aged 86 years.
CLARK - Near Wayne, November 10, 1938, Mrs. Martin Clark, aged 51 years.
PADDOCK - In Dundee, November 11, 1938, Elmer Paddock, aged 72 years.
GORDON - In Penn Yan, November 14, 1938, Patrick L. Gordon, aged 75, of
206 Elm street.
MALLOY - In Penn Yan, November 13, 1938, Mrs. Jessie Malloy of Tyrone,
CARROLL - At Penn Yan R.D. 3, November 11, 1938, Winfield S. Carroll,
aged 57 years.
COMSTOCK - In Penn Yan, November 15, 1938, Donald Comstock, aged 49, of
Mrs. Ray W. CAMPBELL is slowly recovering at home on on 130 East Main
street after a serious illness.
There will be a meeting of the Danish brotherhood Saturday evening at
the lodge rooms. The Rev. N.T. NEESGAARD will speak at 9 o'clock after
which coffee and cake will be served. A cordial invitation is extended
Rev. Royal N. JESSUP, pastor of the local Baptist church, Mrs. JESSUP,
Miss Mary UNDERWOOD, director of christian education for Yates Baptist
larger parish, and others were in Seneca Falls Wednesday attending the
mid-year of the Ontario-Yates Baptist association.
Thursday, November 10, Deputy Sheriff Charles KIPP arrested Samuel ALOI,
aged 23, of West Water street, Elmira, on a warrant sworn out by the
Yates County sealer of weights and measures, Howard O. SPRAGUE, for
violation of section 197B of the Agricultural and Market law for
delivering coal in Benton without weight slips. He was arraigned before
the justice of peace for the town Town of Benton, Alvin ROLF, and fined
$25, which he paid. The arrest of Mr. Aloi followed a cabbage and coal
transaction with Otto ELLING and his son, Fred ELLING, both of Benton.
After being released upon payment of of the $25 fine , he was arrested
by Deputy Sheriff Charles CASWELL on a warrant sworn out by the Penn Yan
police for driving a truck which was not equipped with flares. Arraigned
before Police Justice Maurice McCANN, Mr Aloi was fined $5, which he
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Bruce A Sherwood, Sr.