The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 6, 1939 · Page 5
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Swwct Castle MRS. L. B. WETTFALL BUM Correspondent THE DAILY^SSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y.. THURSDAY, JULY 6,1939. Forty-Six Reported Drowned In Kentucky "Flash" Flood SENECA CASTLE -- Orlo Bent- Icy and soon, Olln and Richard, of Geneva, were recent guests of his ,sLster, Mrs. Pred Smith and family. Mrs. Bentley is a patient at the Geneva General Hospital, where she recently underwent an operation. Joyce Alford is spending some time with her aunt, Mrs. Lester Wethey of Port Byron and Frederick Alford is the guest of hi.s grandmother, Mrs. Ralph Sly of Seneca Falls. Mrs. William Linker and Mrs. Arthur Rilans were in Geneva lo call on their aunt, Mrs. Emma Crouch. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowley and son, Frank, have been guc.'it:-: of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Soper, accompanied by his mother, Mr.s. Mary Soper, and brother. Platt Soper, were at Athens, Pa., Sunday to call on Dr. and Mr.s. Elton Brennan. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Miss Jean Soper, who has been spending several days at the Brcnnan home. Sidney Bennett and Alfred Sny- rter of Valhalla, were recent guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lannon and daughters, Sally and Diana of Gypsum, have been callers of Mr. anri Mrs. William Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Page, of Rochester, were Sunday guests of his sister. Mrs. H. W. Schoonmaker and Mr. Schoonmaker. Mrs. Margaret Hillegas of Syracuse, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien, of Geneva were weekend guests of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Campbell. Mrs. Laura Alford, who spent the weekend with her cousin, Mrs. L. B. Westfall, is visiting her son, Paul . Alford and family at Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gordner and children, Beryl, Frederick and Emily of Williamsport, Pa., are spending several days with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Gordner. Henry L. Schoonmaker was the holiday weekend guest of Fred Long at his home in Williamsport. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hilkert, of Rochester, and Mrs. William Fanning of Canandaigua, were recent guests of Mrs. Hilkert's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent O'Neill. Barbara Sloan has returned home from Dundee where she has been the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Waltman, of Cortland, were guests on the Fourth of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Soper. Mrs. Jane Moore and sister. Mrs. AHda Tomion, of Benton, attended Old Home Day at Italy Hill, Sunday. They also called on Mrs. j Emil Pederson at Bluff Point, Keu- ! ka Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ferguson and daughter, Janice, accompanied by their son, Warner Ferguson, of East Braintree, Conn., returned' one end. Flint MM. O. M. BMTDKR 8t»f! Correspondent at the Brown cottage, Canandaigua lake. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffa Bogart and i»m ( l re il«! vcrc Bue ? ts of Mr and Mrs -1 ' rn «X W01T in "» mtan wr-W M« Wlllis Thcmas at their cottage, on ternoon parade when ttaiiiMMl to facncca Lake, the Fourth. ' extinguish a aecond-story """ M HALTt tAAArtk \ rad tola ·«ra la ttyt men ·mwerad tola ·l«rm la Forty-six persons were reported drowned in floods that followed quickly a night cloudburst and swept creeks and rivers out of their banks in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. Thirty- eight of the dead were listed in Morehead, Ky., by Postmaster W. E. Crutcher. This is an airview of the Village of Farmers, seven miles west of Morehead, as it appeared after the cloudburst had overflowed the stream's banks and flooded the houses. home Sunday, evening from Connecticut and Massachusetts where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Miller and family were callers, Sunday, of Miss Charlotte Bridgman. Mr. and Mrs. George Gordncr were at Gypsum on Sunday to call on friends. Mrs. John Cayward is ill at her home in Oanandaigua. j Mrs. Jeannette Babcock was the guest, Sunday, of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Armstrong at Penn Yan. Vicinity Deaths Bernard Mark CLIFTON SPRINGS -- Bernard Mark. 62. died yesterday at hi.s home on Crane Street. Mr. Mark came to Clifton Springs 27 years ago and has conducted a tailoring establishment until taken ill several weeks ago. Besides his wife he is survived by four sons, Henry Mark of Sodus; Jacob Mark Mrs. Hall Takes First Prize In Bread Contest! L Clifton Springs [ CLIFTON SPRINGS -- Mr. and MELVIN HILL -- Mrs. Marion R. | Mr.s. R. Arnesan and f n m i i y . ol Hall won first place in the bread } Dearborn. Mich., recent I v visaed her bailing contest held recently at a | uncle. Z. H. Maney and Mre. Han- Mr, and Mrs. William Pond, of °£ Rochester; Herman Mark of Shortsville; -Louis Mark of Virgm- Canistota. were callers. Saturday of Mrs. Winifred Kretchmer. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alford has returned home after visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wethey. at Port Byron. 'Methodist Epworth League members held, a picnic Sunday evening at Roseland parK. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien, of Geneva, were weekend guests of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Campbell of Ottley road. · ia; two grandchildren. Funeral will be from the home Saturday afternoon at 2.30, conducted by Garoga Lodge, F. and A. M., of which Mr. Mark was a member. Burial will be in Clifton Springs Cemetery. FLAT TURKEY EGG OWLS USURP TREE OSWEGO (fi No wonder birds on the property of Mrs. H. Helena Hellig were upset. Investigators found the cause on one tree branch .,. - - r meeting of Wide Awake Grange'of Phelps. Second prize went to Mrs. John Harland. Judges were Mr.s. Ivan Mosher. Mrs. William Gainey and Mrs. Pearl White. Mrs. Clare E. Case, county juvenile deputy, gave a short talk on the work of the unit. The next meeting will be July 12 in charge of Mr and Mr.s. Byron Whitbeck. Mclvin Hill Briefs Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy and daughter, Shirley, of Rochester, spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. James Richmond. Mrs. Richmond returned to Rochester with them for a few days visit. Mr.s. Anna Truesdale, of Geneva, spent Monday afternoon with her cousin. Mrs. Marion Hall. Mr. and Mr.s. J times Crouch and NIAGARA FALLS (/P) Farmer j birds. Philip Bechtel proposes for mother! nature's hall of freaks. A turkey More six screech cv/ls. slcvuily unrufTiea ; daughter of San Diego. Calif., have by the indignation of the other ! arrived at the home of her uarents. than 1,000000 nersons in j Mr. and Mrs. John A. Page for visit. fgg. otherwise perfect, bat flat 0:1 j the United States are guitar play- I ers. ."**"·· Simmons' Drug Store Seasonable Items Attractively Priced ! Vacation Numbers You May Be In Need of Rubbing Alcohol, pt. 19c Witch Hazel, qt 19c Yeast and Iron Tabs. 59c Milk of Magnesia, pt. 2(ic Mineral Oil, pts. ,,__ 36C Hospital Cotton, 1 Ib 29c Sergeant, 67, Declines Review Upon Retirement FORT NIAGARA .'.-?.,--Fir ·{, S:"- geant Hector Daniel. 67. declined a review of. troops in his honor as he retired from the army after 30 years' service, including 17 spent at this post. Daniel said he preferred a less formal leave-taking. He will reside in Dayton. Ohio. c.y Harry Barker returned from hi.: hiiSiness trip Saturday to .spend the Form weekend with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ford and in- i:snt daughter, of Rochester, and Mi.ss Gloria Tripp. of Bolivar, wcrr Kuests of Mr. and Mr.s. H. H. Gri.s- v. old on the Fourth. Miss Georgia entertained at dinner in honor cf the birthtiny oi Mrs. Glenn Smith Monday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith. Mrs. C. A. Converse Mr.s. A. A. Raymond anc. Dr. A. G Gck'ii. Mr.s. W. H. Miller. Mr-. S. F. Kuu ai:d son. Lee. and Miss Lou Trip have returned after a trip during v. irlch they visited the World's Fair i'.-i New York. Mrs. Thomas Muir, oi Depew rpent the Fourth with Mrs. Clara Bennett and Mrs. Russ Cornell and called on Mrs. Frank Harris. 01 Csnantiaigua. Mrs. Russ Cornell and three ckiUghtCiF, Ruth, Harriettc ar.c; Catherine, are spending the week with her sister. Mrs. Edward Ynr: aijcl Mrs. H. A. Rubciis. and hei brothers. John. Grant, and Ralpli Eenncit in Niagara Falls. Mrs. George Cornell ··-pc'it, til-. Fourth with relatives in Pennsvlvan- PL1NT - Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Hoke, and children of West Edmonston have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Costwi. Mr. and Mr.s. Elmer Cos ion and daughter of Oncida and Harry Morse ol Batavia were Sunday ciin- i.er guests at the Co.ston home. Mr and Mrs. Howard Tones, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bills and daughter, were over the Fourth guests of the Rev. and Mr.s. Zogtf at their cottage r.t l.r.cii Point, Seneca Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Estey, Jr., and NOUS of Auburn,"Mr. and Mrs. HeniicUi, Sr., of Seneca called on relatives in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.' C. M. Snyder and guests, Miss Jean, Chase and Char- j les Harrison were weekend guests at I the M. W. Sweet home, Melvin Hill Road. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Crowe and children of the Buffalo Road, have been guests of Mr., and Mrs. Claud Heckman and daughters. Earl Roomc was home from Roch- -estcr over the weekend. The tenants of the Posts' farms lield their annual reunion, July 4th at Cayauga State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Dusinus Jorgensen, Leland 'Jorgensen, Miss Alleen Jorgensen and Miss Helen Clark were over the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Margarale at Turb- betsville, Pa. 1 Mrs. Mary Stagg, Mrs. Arthur, Perriri of Romulus, John Licht, of Auburn, Mrs. Gertrude Jennings and granddaughter, Miss Evelyn and Henry" Washburn, of Naples, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve D. Newton. Miss Helen Green of Geneva, spent Sunday at the home of her aunt, Miss Marjorie Sullivan and in company with her aunt ,and sister Onnalee motored to Lake Park. Penn Yan for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Heckman and daughter, Dorothy and Virginia spent over the weekend with their mother, Mrs. John Heckman in Bath. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gotts were at Memorial Hospital, Sunday to call on their grandfather, Frank Gotts who is a patient here. Floyd Jorgensen of Manchester is spending a few days with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dusinus Jorgensen. Mr. and Mrs. James Tennant and sens Mrs. Malcolm Allen and daughter of Geneva were Sunday guests a!. Hoffa Bogart's home. Kenneth Tones is spending several day.; with his cousin Harold Tones NOW OPEN A Distinctive New Dining Room lit a Beautiful Colonial Atmosphere The Hollowav House J . .,* T V , (Built By Pelcr Holloway in 1808 -- Authentically Itcslored) SEEL'S, Inc. East Bloom field - Opposite the Pdffc On Routes 20 and 5 -- 8 Miles from Canandaigua Breakfasts -- Luncheons -- Dinners Specializing in Old-fashioned CHICKEN DINNERS WE FERMENT Utica Club slowly and thoroughly, age it extra long. That makes it dry. Not sweet--not bitter --it tastes just right! West End Brewing Company, Utica, N. Y. XXX CMAM-atE-- PfLSENER BEER Sold at All Good Stores and -Restaurants New Low Round-Trip Fares FARES GOOD IN NEW YORK CENTRAL COACHES AND PUUMANS! POSTMAN DELAYED 31 YEARS JAMESTOWN M»i Augustus P.. _ Allen of Jamestown, who was a ,, '__ } member of the assembly 31 years EXPLORES INDIAN MOUNT) j ago. ha:- received a postal card MEDINA I.-PI Charles Palmer, a j which was mailed to rcarh him in fanner whose hobby is Ir-diou lo'- j Albany in 1903. The card recently is engaged in chores these days in was found in the Albany post-office exi:brin.£r his biggest "find". It's an ! where it apparently had lain all Algonkin mound from which he has : that time. alreadv excavated 60 flint imple- j mcnts and a crude stone anvil. i Only blind or partially blind ._ ! persons may be masseurs in Japan. Public tath h-.;;i;,!p j-i J;!jvr -·;. j The restriction is based on the the- I ploy male attendant: in both men's j ory that persons with good eye- i and women's quarters. .sight can do more difficult work." r. Smith Is 'Glad To Be Back' Relieves flic Tortures of Hay Fever Stops llir -snrcr.inc. Miifflinp. and gasping of Hay Frvrr. Sinus and Siinnurr Cold.s! $J50 siac . . . CAPSULES special"!his week for . , $1.39 Yc v: . . . i f yni' ri on " t get quirk rclirf! Try This New Remedy for Habitual Constipation, Jaundice and Gall Stones Incnwr t3?r f3ow of bilr. IJurrrby ovcrcfvininj; Mir causr of CONSTIPATION. HEADACHES. DULLNESS. DIZZINESS- A .GENERAL. UNKITNKSS.. MARRED. COMPLEXION. POOR EYESIGHT . . . ELOO TABLETS" Reg. $1.25 ,^zc -- Very Special Are You Discouraged About Reducing ? womrn ironic Hify can't roflucc wJ13-(0«t STARVATION DIETS and STRUENOUS EXERCISES. These tromc-n h=tvr not Iri^fl LETS TABLETS. If .\vu are DISCOURAGED ABOUT RBDUCINQ, U7 this method i.r/J by THOUSANDS n{ wr .- f.-on-7.'hf7f You CfiTi EAT ALL YOU WANT and Mill FAT at the rate ol 3 to 4 pound? a y.wk. Oft a box of LETTS TABLETS TODAY: Ibf rwruJt wj]3 lx a PLEASANT SURPRISE! Regular $1.00 Size--Very Special... FIRST AID NEEDS Handy Travel Kit, Mefal Case 49c Adhesive Tape Vi in. x 5 yds. _ _ _ _ _ lOr 1 in. x 5 vdfi. 19c !-i in. x 10yds !9c, 1 in. \ 10 yds :j?,c fiauze Bandages 1 in. x 10 vds. rr 2 in. x 10 vds lOc '] MI. x 10 vds. I5r 1 in. x 10 vds 20r First Aid Auto Kits $1.50 have on r Bathing Caps (OMPLETE ASSORTMHCXT lOc to 59c REST AND ENJOY YOURSELF in » hi*. c... fonahlc.scat. Stroll »hoiit»twill.JBnioy the scenes thai How MvifiJy pjst. You have that fcclinjc of rclaviiioa and freedom from responsibility! NO IOST StlEP-.-forlhis new economy-travel tiiakvv IT f a w I" cnioy ihc luxury of Pullman at- iommfxIaTmm. KcnivmHcr. ibcxc'* a V'" / "t/ Ktitc IOT xrm.r hcrihvalonc wiih thr low lares! T7VERYBODY knows it's safer, faster and more com- JL/ fortable to travel by train. Now pay less for-tt on Netfr York Central trains! All you do is buy a round-trip ticket. Whether you go a few miles or hundreds, you make substantial savings. The rate per mile decreases with distance! This is true of Pullman as well as of coach travel.";: you save, however you go! In addition, there's a 10 per cent reduction in one-way rail and Pullman fares in upper berths. With these new savings in safe, speedy New York Central travel, why expose yourself to the inconveniences of crowded highways? Examples of New Low Itwd-Trip RaN Fares From Canariaftf Return Limit 60 Days Round-Trip Fares Good in Pullman Upper Berths YOU SAVE HUME, TOO! YmrrN'i'wYnrltt rntr«1ir»in lull*. » I mi. yifudy f n u . . . w i t h no rlclny". 10 i n n k c n f . DO U»rtn. lielii". 10 will f o r . · · DO mTic-wriikinc Iraflic i»ms. 1 . A: Of, btlwrrn Canan- nrw o.iiqtw and low far* N«-.v Yori: ..... $1735 fhlcapo ....... 33.30 n . i o n ........ 2190 Albany ........ 11.70 Buffalo ........ 5.10 Cleveland ...... 14.75 DM roil ........ 19.45 * 2Jj* 5 JO 2.S5 1JO .W 3.05 . . om»»!«-d. lr. and Mrs. ,Uinr \ - - _ - - iTc.m an airTiiwr at Xfw Origan*, aftff their Inn hack to lyonis- iana from BrwkriHc, Out,, irhrrr Smilh 5»rrpn«!MTd if, pnjir*. smith, lormrr prff.WtTit of Txiiiisftana Stjitf I'nivrrKitv. indw'lfiJ r»n fnaryrs of rmhi-wJini; SlW.ftW) of the Sfhcol's funds, is follo^itu: Iris wife out of th- plan*-. Thr rnan in lh« fmrswnrd is Major Mnrphy Rmicn, itatc polite official, who bronjht the Smiths bat-k to Dixi?, THt SAft W*T is tTit KAlI-w*?! In * K,c vtetl New York Omr«l toich or fnllmnn. \r-o *T»orai'yon'rc irjfdinn in wconiv. T'ht r»i!rt/»d'* ikillcd workers ukc the t«*poa*ir»iliiy! NEW YORK CENTRAL THE WATER UVfl HOUTI-TOU CAN SLUP Round-Trip Fares Good in Coaches brtwrrn ("anan- nrw YO«" d-n'nw and lowfar«- S.\V^. N'"a- Yfrk 513.^0 $;.?«'. OiJcacn 23.35 7.'x'; B'.s.1nn 17.10 J.M Albany fl,55 UuHalo 4-30 CVvriand n so Drh'nJt LS.4n ... 20.85 ... 21.70 SI. 1-r.nis 2S.4.T 12.07 S1. Unns 3985 8.85 Also worthwhile reductions in round-trip roil fores good in oil other types of Pullman accommodations SEE AMERICA AND BOTH FAIRS FOR $90 from rfiot kcimi wivn 10 jjit Xiw ^'ftfl ^'»;f,'3'. Fiir--*f."*t .-?.TK-rij.t »o ifc*. Gf'J-ri t-«u- 5.i:crn«lion»] ifufoojirvr m 5»n TrjTKJK:,-... »rd !m«c i f i - m ' A* : 11 iloc «1 $90 in couched J n 1 s« a;s {or co/npltu dtuils. S f V\ V n ^ K \ \ \i \ l v S T f M '

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