The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 6, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 9

Canandaigua, New York
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 6, 1939
Page 9
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-i.', r. THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., THURSDAY, JULY 6,1939. It Stands the Test of Time! Lasting Beauty For Home! Adelphi paint isn't merely a 1-ycar or 2-year naint -it provides protection for as long as 5 years! When building or remodeling', remember there la an Adelphi patat for every purpose. Always specify Adclphi. "We Sell for Less" Main Paint and Wallpaper 208 South Main Street, Canamlaigua, N. Y. NECTAR T E A W 25 C Ann Page--except Ib IRC PreSerVeS Strawberry"6- Ra«pberry jar (Strawberry and Raspberry Preserves--2 Mb jars 33c) Pink Salmon sch °l IO C Expertly coolc*d and packed to give you quality fiih Bokar Coffee 2 t .;,35 c Eight O'Clock Coffee lb*,ag lAc--3 Ib bag 39c Your AG-P Baker, Offer These Values While Breads 2 I5 C Jumbo--A^P-- Soft Luncheon Fresh Rolls Struessel Loaf 6 6 C '"' I2 C sack 2 P k 9* cant qt jar 25 C Fresh Cheese N Y Slate Ib I6 C Pure Lard prmtortub 2 lbs l5 Milk W ^ite House-evaporated |O cans 57 Family Flour Suft * ld Post Toasties XXXX Sugar Corvee Maxw«n H OU I» Red Salmon Sult » na Salad Dressing PA ; g ; Peas, Corn * T to » 4 ts 2 25 C Grapefruit Lt 31; 25 C Tuna Fish ·*"· N i!*l5 c P ^.^.^^ ,,_ _^^. --. Yukon Club ^ Ige ^VCC oeverages ( P iu» deposit) o btu u Puffed Wheat 2 17 C Vvheat Purrs Sunn y fit|d ctiiobag 5 Laundry Soap Ai » 6 brs I7 C Paper Towels iSoi.3 folli 25 C Wan Paper ***** im!ro11 A6P FEEDS PLEASE THOUSANDS I^Scratch Feed I 25 Ib Iwg «?c Uying Ma$l ^ 'C 1-99 Dairy Feed W* CI- 25 Milky W«y D*Jry F»td 1O% IOO Ib b» 9 1.63--2*% big 1.65 Quality Fresh Produce New Potatoes 15 A 39 s Bananas ""»"»· 5'»25 C Fresh Beets is 3 »· IO C Fresh Peas .T 4«-25 c Grapefruit t"£ 5 ( -25 c F O O D S T O R E S ' Atom Firfcfts Effective Only In Ca*Mi«if*a TO SUPERVISE TENNB^COURTS Frank R. Gulvin Placed In Charge At Shortsville School SHORTSVILLE -- Frank,P. Gul- vir,, rccronlional director Ior Shorts- villc. has announced he ha.i been yulhorized by the Board of Education, to .supervise the tennis courts at Shortsville High School beginning Friday afternoon. Due '.o the icccnt misuse of the courts. Gulvin stated, the board members find it r-ecessary to place the director in charge during the hours of 2:30 to 8:30 P. M. each week day through July and August. Accepts Teaching: Post Miss Doris .Gregg, of Rochester, lias accepted a teaching position at Shortsvilie High School this Pali. Miss Gregg, a graduate of Frerloni?. 1 Normal, is taking the place of the ! former-Miss Mary O'Brien, now Mrs. Michael Nolan, and will instruct tho Lfth grade department. At Boys' State Rupert Davis, of ShortsviJie, and Lyle Pulleyn, of Manchester, left today to spend 10 days at the New York State American Legion's Boys' State. Both boys are representatives of the Turner-Schrader ahorteville- Manchester American Legion Pose 34. During the period, the- boys will study the American system of government, electing officers to com- TROOPERS PROBE PHELPS FRACAS prise Town, City, State and I'ation- W 0 E --Amendment of her divorce decree against Producer Philip Rossiter is asked by Evelyn Rowe, N. If. show girL She didn't ask alimony, now learns ex-hubby is rich. Academy MRS. B. W. DDTCHER Staff Correspondent ACADEMY -- Miss Jeanne Lafler and Mrs. Edith Lacy returned home Thursday night after a few days trip to Alexandria Bay and the Thousand Islands. C. D. ^ , _ . . ,, , . . . . . . ..... . Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Eddy of al departments" with two separate j Prattsburgh have been guests of political parties. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Byron Lafler. Bank To Stay Open i Mrs. Byron Lafler and sister, Frank Gilligan, Shortsville State I Mrs. Edith Lacy were in Niagara Bank cashier, has announced t h a i ; Falls recently, the local bank will remain open on ! Fred Shay, Byron Lafler, Peter Clyde Man Loses Eye As As Result Of Brawl At Firemen's Conclave WATERLOO -- Troopers Harold Scott and Edward Sohmer of the State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation, with headquarters in the Waterloo Substation, yesterday began an investigation into a fracas in which Chris Pratangelo, 31, fireman, of 10 Caroline St., Clyde, lost his left eye Wednesday night, June 28, The BCI men are trying to determine by whom Pratangelo was injured during a firemen's convention in the Phelps Hotel. Trooper Sohmer said the- Clyde firemen was among a crowd of persons in a hotel when a fracas started. Fratangelo was treated by a Phelps physician for the eye injury he received and later by a Rochester specialist. The eye was removed in an operation performed Monday night in Auburn City Hospital. Several witnesses to the "free-for- all" have been questioned by the BCI troopers. PAGEKPnltj;; cullers al the home of their mother. Mrs. George W. Lathrop. Mrs. De- Puyt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lathrop and family, of Aloquin and Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Lathrop and family, of Shortsville. wen; recent guests at the Lathrop rwrue. Mrs. D. W. Cone, of Hopcwell, isi sending some time with Mr. and | Mrs. Elmer S. Salisbury, of the, Clifton Springs-Orleans road. | Mrs. Willard E. Warnur is the! guest of Mrs. Rollin E. Wheat, from·· New York City. Glu: will remain for f.ome time with Mrs. Wheat, and Mi. and Mrs. George H. Cramer, 0:1 Warner Hill. Miss Marcia DeVall, of Rochester. was a recent guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oliie J. DVVall. ing some time at the E'.mer S. Salisbury. - ! II Mrs. William P. Wayne is spend- inf.- some time with her sister. Mr». William P. Wayne, in 8hlrt«i£l« .} Misses Clementine and Jospphim- j Fabrizi, of Utica, have been spend-1 iny a lew day. 1 ; with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Fabmi. Miss Evelyn DeMay has returned to her home at Phelps after spend- LOST LIFE FOR BLOXWICH, England., (flSi-- The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has awarded a silver medal poethunioutljr 'to David Harper, 11, who dfdwt** in an attempt to save his dofi 1 '-'"' Orleans MRS. SIDNEY 1. WHEAT Staff Correspondent Saturday mornings although Governor Herbert Lehman has signed bill to allow all state banks to close the half day during July and August. Gilligan stated that the Saturday closing would interfere, to r. great extent, with the business transactions of farmers and local fnms. The bank will still kt-ep the Saturday hours of 9 to 12 o'clock. Marks 73rd Birthday Mrs. Corneilia VanQrmnn, of Pleasant Street was th2 honored guest at a surprise party given at Roseland Park, Canandaigua Lake on Tuesday, the occasion being her 73rd birthday. Guests attending were: Harry VanOrman, Miss Naomi Gross, of Shortsville; Mr. and Mrs. Fae VanOrman and son. Arthur, of East Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Potter, of Shortsville; M: nd Mrs. Burr Foster, of Rochester; Mrs. Roland Pierce and two -children, of Canandaigua; Mr. and Mrs. Lynaugh Partise and children, of Cnandaigua and Mr. and .Mrs Chester Carr, of Canandaiguu. Entertain At Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Braidcn entertained at an annual Fourth ol Burd and Harvey Lathrop spent the weekend at Niagara Falls. Miss Gertrude Brand has received word of trie marriage of Miss Betty Demont of Seneca Palls. Miss Demont has been a guest of Miss Brand frequently. Elmer Brand attended the World's Fair at New York over the Fourth. Mrs. Ann Butler of Ionia, Mich., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Brand. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Yacuzzo of Rochester were guests of his mother, Mrs. James Sesto over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. William. Dayn of Bristol Valley have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Burd. Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers of Cheshire were recent guests of Mrs. May Wilketson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and family of Canandaigua, have moved to their home on the Cheshire- Naples road for the Summer. Mr. Johnson is recovering from a recent illness. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brennan and' family were in Canada over the Fourth. July reunion, at their home on East j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Minor and River Road, Rochester with the fol-; family of Batavia were at their cottage over the Fourth. George Dutcher and Richard Icnving guests attending: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Atwell and three children, of Rochester: Mr. and Mrs. Lcuis Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. George Sheets. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broit ?r.d daughter. Priscilla. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Brott. Alvin Brett. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stanlev. Mr. and Witter attended the ball game in Rochester on the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Waterstraw and family of Canandaigua have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Taylor. Mrs. Arthur Schaefer ana son I Mi ss Bernice Taylor and guest, Ronald. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snh-r-' Doris Goff were Tuesday guests of er and son, Gary. Rita and Elaine jt h « r grandfather, Asa Goff of Walters. Grace Abel. Alice G'.rno. I Bristol Springs. Eva Oklevitch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer and son, Robert Jr.. all of Shortsville; Mrs. Daisy Philly ana Mi. and Mrs. Glen Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Bet-ram Baetzhold. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Todd, Jr.. cf Alexandria. Va.. returned home p.nd four children, of Palmyra; Mr.I Tuesday, after spending some tia : e ?nd Mrs. Paul Hausser. of Jersey City, and Mrs. J. Connohy and son. Grant Foxx. of Rochester. ShcrtsvUle Briefs Mrs. Edward Burr, of Rochester accompanied by Jnc!i; Kenneav. Jr. of Maple Avenue, ret'rnoc; from a itav of several days at the \vith Mr. and Mrs. Martin O'Brien- Mrs. Walter M. Barn' has returned home after spending ;-evera! i-.-cnths in Ithaca as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Peters ami fcmilv. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loftus ami dcuchter. Joan, of Livingston. N. J. .'.pent several days with Mrs. D. Willard Giliigan Mr in Thousand Islands. Charles Preston, a .'indent Glarkscn Tech. Potsdam, was guest of Jesse L. Prestor over thflj Mr. and Mrs. George B. Storey holiday*. ;;rc spending several days with Mr Mr, and Mrs. Charles Wadn-.vorth. a* Rochester, have returned to the and Mrs. Murray N. Mason Eooth Sireet. prior to a village to spend some time in He- r'tay in Goneseo. bron Avenue. j Mis? Jane VanCott and James and Norman Sndlrr, nf S Catherinrs. Ontario. Canada, have bron 1lir crests of Mr. uric Mr.s James Leakey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Broomfielf- lift Wednesday to .^ptsid seven:i v:teks in Bufialn as the gin-sis ol and Mrs. Roland Dieter. Mai tin Dykoman. of Maniiw.. :.· Ihf gur.=t of Mr. and Mrs. George MiHer. Jr.. ior this week. Mr. Mrs. Walter W. LUC.'JS are h~.;ne aiter spending several weeks in Hilkboro and Cincinnati. O. vlsere they were puesls o) rvintives. Mrs. Charles Goldberg rotured i l.x-nie Wednesday "·1l"r sjyndincl jrvoml days in Buffalo as a jjwst oi : Hall week Mi?. K. Mi.-. wen recent guests of Stewart in Brockport. Mrs. Elizabeth I. Lougec Icll \Ved- issday ior Ti;3sa. Okla., to visit relatives for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barrows. o r Niagara Falls, were recent cuerts o! MJ. and Mrs. Vineent Fojarty. Dr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Post, oi Pittsburgh. Pa., are spending .several (:r,ys with Mrs. Nellie Post in Hig!: Fifed. Mrs. William Collins has reuarrrU l.cine Iron: the Newark Hospital where- she underwit an operatic:!. Mrs. Waller Allen is undvgoi];r r,:i opera!ion in the C3iH'.;n Surinc.- ORLEANS -- Mr. and Mrs. George H Cramer entertained on tho Fourth, Dr. and Mrs. Harlie Cramer end Miss Anna Erinburg, all of Lockport. Mrs. Herbert Peace, of North Tonawanda, Mrs. Wiilard E. Warner, of New York City, Mrs. Charles B. Estey and children. Charles, Jr., and Jo Ann. of Owego, end Mrs. Rollin L. Wheat, of this place. Miss Marion E. Wheat, oi New York City and Charles B. Estey of Owego. recently visited their mother, Mrs. Wheat. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Page, of Rochester, have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Walter K Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Decker and Miss Marion Kennedy, of Geneva, also have been guests at the Kennedy home. Mr. and Mrs. Silas E. Tyler have entertained his sister, Mrs. Ernest Poyzer, of Palmyra, recently. Miss Marcia DeVall, of Rochestei recently visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. oilie J. DeVall. Miss Virginia Lamson and Kenneth Gay lord. .of. Rochester, spent several days over the weekend and the Fourth with her parents, Mr ard Mrs. filbert'Lamson. Mrs Sperry and Mrs. Osburn, both of Ann Arbor, Mich., were recent callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Cramer, on Warner Fill Mrs. Sperry is a descendant of Oliver Warner and Mrs. Osburn. of Caleb Rice, both pioneers ui this community. Mr and Mrs. Frank R. Myers, of Shortsville. W. Dewey Myers, of Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn G. Myers, of West Webster; Mrs. Henry W. Chase and sons, Norman and Eilly. of Webster; Mr. and Mrs (Charles E. Lathrop, cf Rochester: Mr and Mrs. R. Lawrence Wheat I and sons James and Theodore, oi I Seneca Castle; Miss Molly Hart- j mann, of Clifton Springs, and Mrs. ! Ina R- Weyneth, daughter. Miss | Jessie and son, Gerald. Mr. and Mrs. ! Herschel R. Baggerly. of this place, were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney I. Wheat for a picnic on thr Fourth. Mrs. R. L. Wheat, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Charles B. Estey. and children. Charles Jr.. and Jo Ann. of Owego. were supper guests at the family gathering at the Wheat home. Mrs. J. L. Reynolds, of Shortsville and sister, Mns | William P. Wayne, of this place, who I is her guest. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R Brown and son. Ralph, of Watei- port. were afternoon caller? here. Mr. and Mrs. Judson B. Archer, of the West Road and Mr. and Mrs. Judson A. Jones and son. Robert ana mother. Mrs. Maud A. Jones sltend- f:.'i the ninth annual reunion cf the Balcom family held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Balcom. of Fanchcr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S. Salisbury, of the Orleans - Clifton Spring,- joad. had as Tuesday guests M:;.t Gcorgie E. dementi, of Hamilton. Ontario and Miss Emma Clement; « r Pettrboro. Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Vrooman and son. Albert, entertained Dr. ai:d Mrs. James Short, son. Gordor. anu daughters. Ellen and Beatrice. v New York City, at their iarni honu northwest of this v:i"ge Iroin Thursday «n1il Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Maxima* UePiiyt ant: I;?jni3y. of Short-svilJe. were F. D. R. Calls For Neutrality Legislation Cloverlane Salad Dressing 23c quart SLICED CLOVERLANI Phillips Pork and Beans 6 '''' 25c Del Monte Crushed Pineapple 2 s»' 25 c MAGIC CUP ». bag 14e HIGH PARK BLACK OR MIXED SPRING LAKE EVAPORATED Fray Bentos Corned Beef N0. 1 tin Orchard Park Tomato Juice Kellogg's Pep or Rice Krispies 80-Count Paper Napkins SILVER SKILLET CORNED ORCHARD PARK DICED FRUITS ORCHARD PARK WHOLE Cantaloupes 2 Home Grown Peas Solid Cabbage' Firm Ripe Bananas Red Italian Onions California Carrots Grapefruit DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN Bacon Coffee Tea Milk Beef Hash Salmon Tomatoes Cocktail Apricots Mayonnaise LOBLAWS Cookies EDUCATOR MOHAWK CREAMS Quaker Muffets 2 *. 17c Me Good Housekeepers Matches 6 Bisquick Bi S ts Astor Rice wwte 2 Margarine Tastl Mushrftms Relish *£%** Ivanhee Tea Rusk Mints lUrilaii'c Mal^d Hie. CO* Btraen s Miik-p;aio «n "· Macareni Dinnir Cream Cheest Star Stdas 4 :? nz I9e I 6 ^l2e Gelatin ** 3 I0» IJ« IU Itl I4c Mtrshmalltws I3c Red Heart Dog Food 3-25« Yummy . =.-ti«25« ··rtii 1 Climalene SiladaTia^ n £M* Oiffs g£- *^, Ovaltiie · mf * |i Jtl Rennet ***·!( 20 Mule Team Borax 2~25 Palmtlife S«ap S OctagiR W 7 4 bu M7e Kirkman's Flakes 2 3Sc Lava Hand Seap b "5t Cera Kii Catsii Dill Pi«kl« ,SSSr Tuna Flakw Oort " Flake Ktcnwt 2^ III IceCnUB * tin* ··*· l*innHi|1r. Royal Manor, l«ll- Soap Chips Chipso Horn-Wax Paper 2 ^ tt ·· · RED CROSS «% _·· Towels «*» 3 A Camay Soap 3 to Soap Flakes Dog Food ISc 1ALLOON PET VIM ORCHARD PARK ORCHARD PARK V E G E T A B L E S P R E S E I V E S Luxury Texture Scottissue Sweet S*g*r tttt Whofe Kcmd »wit«* Cew Cr«»m Style Bmtarn Com Cut WJT Be*nt Ivory Flakes 2-in-l Sktt

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