Mrs Brooker = Mary Agnes Collins

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Mrs Brooker = Mary Agnes Collins - your chance later your E N. Y. guesls of her...
your chance later your E N. Y. guesls of her mother, Mrs. Edgar S. Morey, 3-1 Chapin St. Miss Ann Simmons, daughler of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. SImmon.% 32 Gorham St., has returned to Syracuse University for her sophomore sophomore year. She was- a member of Goon Squad, looking out for the freshmen. Improvement is "reported in the condition of George A. Bigham, West Lake Rd., who has been in Thompson Hospital since June 27 wilh a badly fractured leg suffered when he was slruck by a car in front of his home. Dennis F. Kless, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Kless; 74 Granger St., will relum to Syracuse Uni- versily Thursday for his junior year. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Webster, 181 Gibson St., attended Ihe New York Slate Veterinarians Conference last week at Saranac Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith, 271 Mason Mason St., were guests Sunday at a small reception given by Miss Rena Rena Parrish, Ionia, for friends who had jusi returned from the Yukon. Miss Christine Smith, 120 Fort Hill Ave., resumed her dulies as secretary to Dr. L. C. Webster, county veterinarian, Monday after a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Edwin L. North, West Bloomfield, formerly of Canandai gua, is recovering in Thompson Hospital from a' major operation performed Friday. Cpl. Vincent P. Murphy, USMC has just returned from an 18 months lour of duty in Japan. At Icr a 30 day leave fA the home of his brother, James K. Murphy am family, 30 Chapin St., he is to report report to Camp Lejeune, N. C. Mrs. James F. Brooker, 148 Cha )in St., is seriously ill in son Hospital following-a major op-, eration Saturday. J. Alfred Slringha'm, son o£ Dr. and Mrs. James A. Stringham, 7 Lisk Ave., will leave Thursday lo resume his studies at Syracuse University University College of Forestry, where he is a sophomore. Miss Mary D. Jewell, 22 Dungan Dungan St., returned today from Massachusetts Massachusetts where she atended the annual conference of tho Eastern Area Slaff, American Red Cross; at Swampscotl. Miss Jewett Is a volunteer field consultant from the area. Following the conference she was the guest of her Vassar College College roommate Mrs. Horace F. Baker, Gloucesler, at her summer home on Eastern Point; Gloucester. Gloucester. The round trip was made by plane. Mr. and Mrs. William, C. Chapin and'family have returned to Rochester Rochester from their summer home on the Seneca Point Rd. ' Miss Mildred E. White, RN, 99 Park PI., member of the VA Hos- ital nursing staff is allending the annual meeting of the New York Slate Nurses Association this, week n New York City. Mr, and Mrs. Theodore F. Pevear Pevear and family, Senca PI., Wesl Lake Shore, have returned to their home in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. T. Raymond Ross S. Main St., are guests for a week of their daughter, Mrs. Charlei Vegso Jr., and family, in Charlero Pa. J. J. Waterbury, publisher o: Tlie Daily Messenger, will relurn Ihis evening to his home in Park St., from Whiteface Ml., where he attended a three day convention o tlie New York Slate Publishers As socialion. . . . _ - - · vith many vho ges; een ocal he ext vill et-up toward ore 'or lubs. Tn las court mats, re-marked, s Grade at day 7 Gym p.m. and day, ing, will of agers

Clipped from The Daily Messenger21 Sep 1954, TuePage 3

The Daily Messenger (Canandaigua, New York)21 Sep 1954, TuePage 3
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  • Mrs Brooker = Mary Agnes Collins

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