Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on August 30, 1977 · Page 13
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page 13

Rochester, New York
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Tuesday, August 30, 1977
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Sales superintendent ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Tuesday, August 30, 1977 Jg PUT k WANT AD TO WORK FOR YOU The Times-Union 4S4-4200 the CLASSIFIED Want Ads Landis S. Smith, RG&E retiree Landis Shaw Smith, a retired commercial and industrial sales superintendent for RG&E, died Sunday in Albany after a long illness. He was 81. Smith moved to Albany from 31 Cork Road, Victor, about six years ago. He retired in 1960 after 40 years at RG&E. He was a cofounder of the Genesee A member of the Army Reserves, Smith was a pilot in World War I. He served as an intelligence officer in England during World War II. Smith was a Fellow of the Rochester Museum of Arts , and Sciences. He also taught an evening management course at RIT for many years. Obituaries FREE SUNVIS0R CLIP CM Valley Hiking Club and a member of the Finger Lakes Trails Council. Smith also was active in Boy Scout affairs, taking scouts on hiking and camping trips. Due to increased sales and service we need an experienced SERVICE RITER AND METAL MAN For more information call Don Carrozzi at Valley Cadillac 473-8700 Automatic Garage Opener F. Webber, Aide club member "SEMIHG THE JWHKTfff ARM FOS OVE 15 YEAK" nes 200 mi SAVINGS ON GS 450 and GS 404 C Florence W. Webber, a member of the Thursday Aide service club for 30 years, died yesterday at the Brightonian Convalescent Care Center. Mrs. Webber, 88, was the widow of the late Dr. Orrin B. Webber, a Rochester veterinarian for 40 years. Born Florence Wehn, Mrs. Webber was a graduate of East High School and attended Mechanics Institute. A Rochester native, she and Dr. Webber lived for 30 years on Creek Street in Penfield, said her son, William. Dr. Webber, who practiced at Andrews Street and University Avenue, died in 1953. Mrs. Webber was a member of the Century Club for 15 years, her son said. She had belonged to the;Brick Presbyterian Church near downtown Rochester. Garage Screen Enclosures from '38' FELLUCA & SON 1230 BLAKESLEE ST. 467-2391 1 V pets back to am a hop, skip Big and little girls will jump tor joy over these new fall fashions designed especially for them perky jumper-looks to wear to school and parties. With little touches like smocking and ruffles to make them extra-special. Pretty? yes and practical too. All in cotton or cottonpolyester that's washable dryable. Sibley's Young Fashion World, Third Floor Downtown; and all suburban stores 1. Jumper-look- hand-smocked sweetheart in brown with browncream print sleeves and yoke. With zip-up back in cottonpolyester. From a collection by Polly Flinders, sizes 7-12 ...... $17 sizes 4-6x also 2. Corduroy Jumper bright royal blue with adjustable tab waist, zip-up back and button straps. With three front pockets, all-cotton by Alfar, sizes 7-14 11.50 3. Pinafore twin prints... white flowerlets on fields of red and blue! redwhite print pinafore over navywhite print dress. With tiny white eyelet ruffles. By Doris Brosk for Fun Frills, girls' sizes 4-6x, toddlers 2-4 $14 4. Pretty Polly just one of our collection of lovable dresses by Polly Flinders. This one-solid green with yellow calico print sleeves and hem, white collar and cuffs. Hand-smocked bodice and button-up back, toddlers' sizes 2-4 . $13 WOULD YOU BELIEVE A SCHOOLHOUSE THAT TALKS? Let your kids strike up a conversation with our little red schoolhouse, Sibley's educated one-room school that talks back! SIBLEY'S Young Fashion World, Third Floor Downtown and Eastview ORDER NOW! PHONE 454-7600; please add 50c handling charge on mail and phone orders, and sales tax where applicable

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