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Canandaigua, New York
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Saturday, July 8, 1939
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., SATURDAY, JULY 8,1939. Mfcthodists Ask FDR Tor Embargo On War Materials to Far East CLIFTON SPRINGS member*, of the World Service CctnmiMioti of the former Methoriisi Eptecopal Church called upon President Roosevelt yesterday to apply the provisions of the Neutrality Act with..*..mandatory embargo on war materials to the Far East. Aeting as individuals, bishops, ministers and lay members signed a le'ttiwr, to the chief Executive citing titllet of the Methodists that "54 .per cent of the materials with which the aggressor is conducting this'war is provided by the United WELCOME CLASS H0NORSCOIJPLE Mrs. Ooyd Cummings ·Elected President of Bloomfield Group EAST BLOOMFIELD -- The annual meeting of the Welcome Class of the-Congregational Church was neW Thursday evening with Mr? W Heber O'Hara. Assisting the hostess-were Mrs. Albert o-nklm. Mi*S'J.'"Wendall Howard. Mrs. Lloyd Cunim'ihgs and Mrs. Elwood Decker. Toe meeting was also a farewell surprise* party for Mrs. J. E. GUmore. w56"%ifl leave soon for her new home "In Delevan and Mrs. Kennetn TWitcbell, who recently mover! to Ontario. Silver gifts were presented the guests of honor. Officers elected for the coming ye'at were: President, Mrs. Lloyd Ciimmings; vice - president, Mrs. Kattnyn- Tobey; secretary. Mrs. V/fllter ~ Tompkins, and treasurer Mrs'rBafl'Crooker. Following the business meeting a program of games furnished enter- tatnWnt-and honors were awaidec, as follows: Information quiz Mr=. -"ffiA'ss'-f Bellinger, second. Mis fci- Decker. Refreshments were to 35 'members and ateetings will be adjourned - " Plan "Ban* Concert 'Members of the Methodist Ladies Aid society--are making plans 101 tjieir annual band concert and lawn social to be held August 2 on the cfeurcri lawn.Jtfusic will be f vanish efi by the South Perington Band. * ~- Open HaMoway House iMrfand Mrs. Thomas George Sea lOrmerly-of Rochester, who.recent i Fortystates, thus making our country a ' participant in wholesale murder and outrage." A jjetition urging "Congress to take such measures as will remove the United States from participation in any wars of aggression" through sale of munitions and other war materials signed by the .same group, was addressed to Senators Key Pittman and William E. Borah, majority and minority leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee. Meanwhile, the budget making bodies of the three Methodist Church branches announced dispo- | sition of funds for the current year which ends shortly after the first general conference of the new united church next April. The amounts allotted: Methodist Episcopal (N o r t h) S3 395,490: Methodist Episcopal (South) $2,100.000; Methodist Protestant $3"5.000. The funds go mainly for home and foreign missions, education, and other benevolences. Tlie letter to President Roosevelt was drafted by Mrs. Thomas Nicholson of Mt. Vernon. Iowa wile of a northern Methodist bishop. Among the signatures were those of Bishop Ernest Lynn Waldorf. Chicago: Bishop Titus Lowe, Indianapolis; Bishops Ralph A. Ward, Chunking, China; Bishop Wilbur Vicinity Deaths MARY A. MATHER CLIFTON SPRINGS -- Mary A. Mather, 83, died Thursday night. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs Clara Ford and Mrs, Lul;( VanHoesen of Rochester, three brothers, William and Jesse of Clifton Springs, and Claude of Newark; also several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be in the home in Kendall Street at 330 tomorrow with burial in Clifton Springs Cemetery, the Rev. Boyd A. Little of Montour Falls, officiating. GENEVA MAYOR TO RUN AGAIN Chief Morris Refuses Demand of Nieder to Resign After Charges SUNDAY SCHOOL CHARlPICNIt Seneca C^W u?i-*sby- terian Group to Hold Outing on Aug. 5 until as House-was' as -a- ' Hanmaker. Denver; the Rev. Dr. Lore M. Edwards. Colorado Springs; Judge Leslie Lyons. Kansas City; W. Clyde Sykes. Conifer, N. Y., Lumberman, and Bishop Charles L. Mead of Kansas City. The meeting here this week brought together various agencies of the three former churches which are operating under enabling acts which extend their corporate life until the new united church's first conference, when they will be merged into eight new corporations. operatec i a are in keeping with the colonial setting of Mi- Hal Hopewed Pair Mark 30th Wedding Date HOPEWELL -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bishop of Spangle Street, entertained recently for their 30th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bresch and son Nelson, of Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Hobart and son Kieth of Rochester and Miss Rowena Davis of Newark were guests. Hopewell Briefs Mrs. Howard Newton, Mrs. Claude Caiman and son David, attended a birthday anniversary surprise party, Thursday given for Mrs. Caiman's father, Horace Bacon on his 80th birthday anniversary at the Bacon home in Red Creek. Mrs. Howard Newton, Mrs. Claude Caiman and Miss Helen Stoddard assisted_ Miss Helen Breen at her home at a shower given Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loughlin who were married recently. The degree team recently of Hopewell Grange sponsored the shower. Mr. and Mrs. Loughlin were presented a gate leg table. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cole were Mrs. John Croney, Mrs. W. C. Hughes, Mrs. Edna Somers and Emerson Hathaway of Wilmington, Del., callers at their home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry- daughter. Glenda of Hurlburt am . . _ Burlburt-will be the n e ; % P r ''ff' t i Belleville. Ontario. Canada. the Bloomfield Central School he , cprning year. Mr. ana their family recently ^Massey-Harris '·= "V Exclusive ilks Service "" ifflf ONTARIO COUNTY --»*.._ Don Howard AUTOMOBILE lURGLARY INSURANCE \l BONDS »nd Surely) UABttJTY INSURANCE PLATE GLASS INSURANCE W.W.CoeSon Genenl Insurance » M»in Street, South FBO7IC Ml Salisbury revisited their aunt. Mrs. Ida of Interlaken. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed and i son of Hempsted, L. I. are spend- 1 ing this week with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brown and Ms mother. ' Mrs. Mary Brown. ; Richard. Schadd was among friends from Rochester who were ' entertained for the Fourth by Morton Benham. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ackerman of Detroit. Mich., are spending a few _days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bishop Of Spangle Street. Mr. and "Mrs. John Shoemaker accompanied by their guests Mr. ' ;nci Mrs Jonn ruazal'.r. 01 Mt. Car- niei. Pa., and -Mr. and Mrs. Gooret Maltman and .son. Charles of Mif- fhnsberg. Pa, attended a family- dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shoemaker at Mendon. There were 26 pre.-ent. Lloyd Phillips oi Hall and Camden, N. J.. was a recent caller of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wooden. Mrs. Henry Earl and .son of Bcl- lona were Thurida;, caller.-, of Mr*. M T Cooupr John E. Purdy and daughter. Eleanor of the Roche.-ter Road were j recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl V,3jj Epps. j Mr. and Mrs. John Gnffin and I daughter, Ruth of Caledonia | ref nt cues 4 .?; of her ^isier. T Salisbury and Mr. Salisbury 33:= mother. Mr.=- Farmie S.TJI- "01117. Mr. and Mr=. Frank Powers anrj riauchlcr Patricia and Hinry H r *b- nrcl fll RiocheMfr -AfTe tjur^uv of 1hcir parrnK Mr. and Mrs Wilnam K Hcbard on thr Fourth Mr- Albnt Hynrban and daurh- t r r Myrtle ·of Brownsville 1 arf sprjitf- m j a few dais at the Cole home on the Orlean? Road. Mr. nnd Mrs E E Caiman an'l MI-.S Georriana Pardons c-irUrtain- cri at .vtippcr Fourth of Juh, M T . .u rj Mr-, H,J ',* i i,r ii.rt . ." of 4 he Blo')mfi fi ld Road "ind Mr. and Mrs. Claud Caiman and .-on -0,1 D.nid Safe On Street Safe As Nobody Touches It UTICA Wi -- It's a i-;iP- bet, polic* rndfd, a safe i.s ale on a public .-1lCft Pr ar* Captain Jarops Halpin. on riu- Irom midnight to 8 A. M was f.p^ize-A ·".'ifh phone calls by persons 'fpoitHH' a battered iron safe lying IP the- open. Patrolmen found the strong box had not been tampered · with. Later investigation proved it? SENECA CASTLE -- The Seneca Castle Presbyterian Church Sunday School will hold their picnic at Seneca Park. Saturday, Aug. 5. The following committee has been announced, Cnairman John Sanderson; yj.ort- B. P. Butler, Fred W. Sadler, Peter Hamburg, Bill Griffin, Bill Sanderson; table committee, Vera Parry, Pauline Phillips, Elizabeth Warner, Phylliss Sanderson, Mrs. Addie Whitney, Mrs. Louise Spangle, Mrs. Rolin Weatherbee ; transportation, Nelson Reed, Rolin Weatherbee. Clinic Slated Wednesday Dr. B. C. Hurlbutt announces there will be a small pox vaccination clinic at the Grange Hall in Seneca Castle, Wednesday at 9 o'clock This clinic is for adults. school and pre-school children who have not been vaccinated previously or within five years. Parents should accompany minors. The doctor will be assisted by Miss Jensen the public health nurse. Seneca Castle Briefs Tfrank Gotts who has been a patient at Memorial Hospital. Canandaigua returned to his home Wednesday. John Noble of Linwood is spending several days with his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Noble. Robert Fiske who has been spending several weeks with his grand- n.other. Mrs. C. H Fiske retmned to his home in Washington, D. C. very much, improved m health. Mr. and Mrs. William W. Bruce and daughter. Miss MadaJynne left Thursday for Pairfield, Conn., where they will visit his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Knoderer, for several days, and will also visit the Worlds' Fair at New York City, before their return. C. J. Estey. Mrs. E. W. Ferguson, Mrs. C. H. Fiske, of Seneca Castle, Robert Fiske, of Washington, D. C., i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Estev and children of Owego. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Estey and daughters, Barbara and Constance, Mrs. Rolin Wheat of Orleans, Miss Marian Wheat of New York enjoyed a family picnic at Roseland Park. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Durham have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burdick at Belmont. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fav of Flushing were the guests Monday of her aunt. Mrs. Louise Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Whitney and sons. Roger and Hugh of El- I mira were callers Tuesday of his I parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Whiti ney. | Miss Bessie Sheppard with Miss | Edna Donelson of Rochester are on ! a trip to California where they will visit ' the exposition at San Fran| Cisco, returning bv the southern route to Dallas. Texas, and to New York City where they will visit the Worlds' Fair before returning home. j Mr. and Mrs. Edward Forman of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. John Poli lett of Phelps have been guests of ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pollet. ! Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien of ' Geneva and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Campbell of Ottley Road were recent guests at the Pollet home. j MrsT M. Durham is visiting friends at Carry. Pa. ; Dr. John V. Larzelere of Escon- i dida. Calif., is visiting his sister. 1 Mrs. J. W. Peck and family of i Whitney Road. i Miss Marie Dailor of Newark spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald King ! Earl Noble and father John Noble were in Cortland. Wednesday. Mr.-. Martin Bennett of Teall Beach. Seneca Lake was the supper miest Wednesday of Mrs. L. B. Wr-lfall. C J E-'°v is vprndinc n fow davs at the home of hi"; ,-wn. Charie.-, E- ici at O-AC-OT. T : J H \ -::ci M"- I V -.T.^i r " -"TK are altondini Epwor'h Lracw In- Miiiiu at K^uka Collrcc fmv -ftrck- Tom Kinn -went the Fourth at Phormx. X. V. Mr anrj Mr= Arthur Ea'on of Hbnmv ,m] JIT motbf-r. Mr-. C K ni Dallas. Tf · . -.vrre n.T and Tuesday nj his -I.-I-CT and 3ii.-oand. Mr. and -Mn- H L Durham Mr .-.Tin Mr- 7 H Sandcr-nn and i-HTif,v an'i Mr- Etta Casr ^irr in GENEVA -- Mayor Charles F. Nlpdor. presiding oflicial at the hearing of charges two Geneva police department olTicpr.s. announced veslerduy he would sppk re-elrt'tion this Fall on the DPino- cratic ticket. The surpiisp announcement of Mayor Ni n dcr ramo shortly after he 'set a deadline of G o'clock for Chief of Police Richard W. Morns, one of the two accusrd officers, to resign Morris has refused to relinquish his post, stating through his attornpv, James M. Ryan, that he did not consider the of the mayor as oflicial since it wa.s not in writing nor were the reasons given. Complete support of the Democratic party was given Nieder on his decision by Benjamin D. Mc- Cheyne newly elected chairman of the Democratic City Committee "At a special meeting of ( ru Democratic City Committee, a resolution was adopted by unanimous vote extending to Mayor Nieder the complete support of the committee and expressing their complete confidence m his integrity and ability both as a private citizen and n public official," the chairman said. "We | have pledged our support to him for a second term as mayor." Nieder is reported to have informed Morris that he had been found guilty of "several" of the 10 charges filed against him bv Sergt. William C. Yerg Charges againbt Yerg were previously filed by Morris. It is expected that a decision will be reached no later than Monday on the charges against Yerg. Still awaiting action in Albanv was a demand for the removal of District Attorney Carrollton A Roberts reported to have been made by a secret Ontario County citizens' committee of 20 to Governor Lehman. RURAL SCHOOL FACULTY NAMED Vicinity Marriages Fairman-Parmalee PHE1PS -- The marriage of Miss Mildred Louise Fairman. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edward W. Pairman, to John Monroe Parmalee. son I of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Parmalee. i took place in the Methodist Church {at Phelps Thursday. July 6 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev C. L. VanNorman of McGraw, a j former pastor. | The church was decorated with j li]:es. pink roses and delphinium An organ recital was given by Miss Ida Salisbury as the guests assembled and the wedding march from Tannhauser was played as the bride entered with her father. The bride wore a floor length gown of white French lace over white satin and a finger tip veil caught with a band of rose buds. She carried an arm bouquet of white snap-dragons. (white pea rl and spirea. Mrs. Robert Gifford, matron of j hono r for her sister, wore a period j frock of aqua dimity with matching i bonnet and carried pink snap-drag- ions. white pearl and spirea. Her! bert V. Parmalee was best man for his brother and the ushers were Robert E. Gifford and Edward F. Fairman. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. The bride is a graduate of Phelps High School. 1933 and attended Syracuse University. The groom graduated from Phelps High School in 1932 and Syracuse University in 1P37 He was .: r.v:rr.- j I PI- of Pi Alpha C;ii and Kappa Phi Kappa fraternities, \fter a bne: redding trip. Air. anu Mis. Pa lee will reside at 9 South Waynt Street. Phelps. Guests weie present from Trenton. N. J.. Pittsburg. Pa.. Albany. Delmar. Lockport. Rochester. Svra- cuse Geneva Waterloo Stanley. Holcomb. Port Byron and Romulus. Prenuptial events included a bridge party by college classmates: a variety shower by Miss Isabel Robscn of Geneva: a grocery shower by Mrs. Theodore Flood, and a variety by Miss Leah Coon of Phelps. Mrs. Florncce Polillo (above) was the third victim in Cleveland's bizarre scries of "torso murders" and Sheriff Martin L. O'Donnell announced that Frank Dolezal, 52-year-old bricklayer, had confessed killing: her and possibly was involved in at least two other slayings. TAXES SLASHED IN BLOOMFIELD Rate Drops to S7.30 Per Thousand in Bloomfield Central District EAST BLOOMFIELD -- The Board of Education 01 the Bloomfield Central School di^cursed a tentative budget for the 1939-40 school year at the regular meet ng Thursday evening. The budget shows a reduction of the tnx levy of $1,500 in spite of a cut in State Aid of more than S3.000. The proposed tax le\y for 1939-40 is set at $18.250. compared to $19.781.20 rcised during 1P38-39. The district al?o Ic^s the assessment of the New York Central Uacks which have been abandoned The estimated rate \\ill be $7.30 per thousand compared to $7 aL last year. Items in the budget provide" Geneta! control. S930; in.-'ruction. S33,- 683.50; operation S454511; maintenance $4.700; auxiliary agencies. S.J522; fixed charges S3.367; debt service $2781: capital outlay. $2,C90: estimated balance 702;' total, $5f-,160. Keuka Delegates to Hold Sunday Service CHESHIRE -- Thf snrviCPF nt the Community Church Sunday morn- 11:.-? at 10:30 will be conducted bv the ueinbers of the Hi-school FpJ'^v:- hip who have been attending thr conference at Keukn Pr.rk cHirins the wek. Berry PfckSn? N\t V/ccl: Berry pickinc \vill start next week Bluebiids Meet Mi". C! v dr Her-inston onfrruiincc 11 memb°i.s of the 3'nrbirci Clue Thursday rfte;ncon M.s Thu r ston Monnar. Mi.--. Ar.lda Gardner M-.Chan n - P^nn/t'- \-pve appointed on i picnic commit tcp Tor tne second C; v ;n Auiusf. Mrs. Harrington ' " i i ' f ! Jinrrcon G" ;nr- !;nv:: M..-. Chan-"; Frnovpr :. !:r.-,i"- Ju^ 2". To Mr ft Thursday H:-- Arm S'.prt"! entertain ijir v ibioicinry C'-'b Thnr-tU'c ."- 1939-40 List Announced By East Bloomfield School Board HOLCOMB-- Members of Bloomfield Central School Board have issued contracts; to the teachers in the rural schools of the District as follows: Miss Helen Ma bar. District I at South Bloomfield; Mrs Francis McCarthy, o[ Cnnnndaigua. in District 3. Speaker District; Miss Anna Mae Hutchinson. District 2. Dibble District; Miss Teresa O'Brien in District 7. Olmstead District; Miss Rita Barry. District 4, Sidway District; Mrs. Converse McMillan, of Canandaigua in District 9. Chapin District; William J. McKay, Jr., District 2, Centprfield. and Mrs Harold Bennett, District 3, West Bloomfield, which is at Ionia. Districts 6, the Flatiron school and District 4 in West Bloomfield. the Paul District voted to close and transport their pupils to the Central School. Four changes were made in the teachers, Miss Mahar formerly taught the Speaker District; Miss O'Brien, the Dibble; Miss Hutchinson the Olmstead, and Mrs. McCarthy at South Bloomfield. Other contracts released were: Bus drivers, Harold Conklin. Donald Culver. Harold Thomas; bus driver and maintainance, Carlton Eddy for one year and janitor, DeWitt Mowry. Holcomb Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hurlburt and son, of Attica, have been guests of Dr. and Mrs. Leon A. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eddinser and family, of Williamsport. Pa., are guests for a week of Mr. and Mrs.~Harry Hudson. Mrs. Gertrude Rcilly, of Buffalo, a former resident, has been the guest of friends here. Maurice Randall is ill at his home on Jones Place. Mr. and Mrs. George Woolston, of North Bloomfield. were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Appleton. Newly Married Pair Honored at Shower VACCINATION CUNIC STANLEY -- Dr. B. C.. Hurlbutt, health officer, announces a vaccination clinic at Stanley School, Wednesday, July 12th, at 11 A. M. This is for adults, school and pro-school children. Anyone who has not been vaccinated previously or within five years, should visit the clinic or their family physician, those in charge announced. Minors should be accompanied by their parents, they state. Dr. Hurlbutt will be assisted by Miss Jensen, public health nurse. Nearly two-thirds of all drowning deaths last year in the U. S. occurred from May to August. READ THE DAILY MESHENOF.K Farmers ATTENTION! We will be ready to handle your wheat crop as usual, at the highest market price. With our facilities for marketing and handling, your G. L. F. agency is in a position to offer every advantage possible in obtaining the maximum price for your 1939 wheat crop. Call 313, Canandaigua, N. Y. For Your Market on Wheat W. CASE BENHAM 1 ALOGJTJIN -- Miss Helen Ereen assisted by Mrs. Claude Caiman. Mrs. Howard Newton and Miss Helen Stoddard entertained at a shower in her home Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loughlin who were married recently. Twenty-five guests were present. Games furnished the entertainment and were in charge of Mrs James Berry. Prizes went to Miss Dons Isenhour, Lee Smith, Kenneth Haring and Mrs. Boyd Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Loughlin were sent on a hunt which finally resulted in their finding a gpte-leg table which was presented to them by the quests. Refreshments were served at tables on the porch. Aloquin Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haring attended the annual Bailey family reunion held at Dry den this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Jones, of Mapleview. called at the home of Thomas Moore. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jones and children will attend the annual Coston reunion to be held Saturday at Oneidn Ca.stle. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Moore motored to Keuka College. Thursday evening to gef their daueh^er. Virginia, who has been spending the week there. _ i OVERCOME YOUR Difficult^ by reading and using The Messenger Classified Ads. Cheshire Briefs Mr- T'lTuin Haf-k^il. Mi 1 ^ Anna Lruis" Hask^ll and brother. Dickv. Mi IT,: kel! n* Enn. M-.- Adr::.i Fv-T-r nr.C. r r r nurst-;. Mr and M"'. Donaic' Rf.T:.! r PC) Barnum .· n-i on. Jarnr-,. ar-' ."' Mi- Fo-H-r', f V ' n u r n r n r Vine 73p.!'l p f l ' o n Iv i m \ i s i 4 i " - MS eirjirLr.') m r Mr-. C'llir . ,V READ THE DAILY MESSENGER Personal Loans Money is being loaned through out Personal Loan Department to persons of good standing. Loans are repaid in monthly installments of from 2 to 15 months. The cost of the service is surprisingly reasonable. The monthly payment includes the cost- of life insurance which pays up the loan in case of the borrower's death. ONTARIO COUNTY TRUST COMPANY CananJaigua, ~N. Y. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporaliofi Bathing Caps . . lOc to 39c Sun Glasses.. 25c to $1.95 Sun Tan Oil, Sun Tan Cream... 29c to 49c Large Assortment of Rubber Play Balls... 5c to 39c Facial Tissue, 500's... 23c · · Simmons' Drug Store "Dependable Drugs" ?4ur:.T. Poll on i- vppi'diiici tin .-vmnifr ".vith hi- ^i.intlparrr.t- M) r-nci :\Tr, L. D McPh-rjon. J'lV'-.jn 1 - ol O-\i.f':o -,vcrf ralln on "\Yf-rlnf -t].^- fi*- "" "AYttfnH homr Mr- Gr.T.-p I radW who ha«. bt'n p'ncnn" -OHT Mr-"' at 1hr hnnjf of IK" -IJTI. n.'jlnh l.rad^y and Jamjlv b.js r: r 'ii r l.o -7'r w^irrr -hp will i'-rt Mr ,md Mr- R.r.mond Mr'-.-'-nrT Mr aiid Mr- ] -lArniC" Iaa--on and ~fn 1 ar", of r,-ft iif.-lf r na~. '· b ' f j j :u · - r; " K i r uric 3' and aunt Mr a;.d M:- 1 " V K-i.i r MT- 1 jiln i P'r r -r!2 ;n,n M; Allen - Kent HOPEWELL -- In the presence of the immediate families in the Presbyterian parsonage at Shorts- by the Rev. John \Vnec:ns. afternoon at 1 o'clock took place tho marriacr of Mi^ Florrncp I. Allen, fot*r daughter of Mr^_ Alfro j Coombrr of Hoip- -.vrl] ana Dara-jn D. Kwt. foster '-0:1 of Mr and Mr. 1 ?. Fred Grace iKo of Hoix-wll Thr brjdV -.vorr i tr.i-.rhr.f: suit of -A-hitc 'Aith bin 0 accc.-corar^ and a She ".va = in marr]3"- bv Mr*;. Coomtcr and -an^ a t t m d r d bv her ,i1r Dor- ·othv Mae Coo]r.y of Shorlf.V3l]p TV ho wore a iisc'.nn r^lnrrd .^uit ·arth -Ahiif nrc r x-or]f rand a corsn^f of s-awihpnri r n ^ r - Hi 1 ; brother Krai Krnt of C.mnndaiciia was bc-i man Mr .intl M: K'nt l o f t ior a irri 1 C in ' n 'I ' i- r JT ^ 1 A r a - t h r '3 a n H') r "'T"-i r r Mr' ·il-n a t ' t n J f d Cnnnnf],'n."i3a A f a u n n - , an-] j- mra-'M in farmmir On trmr 7''i)m 1'if. 'Ail! T ' T i d ' at l ; i r jjonjp oi Mr- Coomb' r - " - - ' - r ' " · r ' Bristol Valley MBS. HIRAM MARTIN Staff Correspondent BJMBTOI V A I I K " - Mr and Mr, S'cvf \Vr-TVfT M-il'"2 l ^ n l i \ r :n Dr.M. on'. Pn . mm 1 ]- .TTJ:' ,i'- d 1he "rat! 1 ]. it ion of 1hcir J l r r r P h i l l n ~ . ol F.i ' IV-Mum. r~ \--"T,T: hi - i - t ' i - . Mr ! nM" ?1, 'f- ,nn(? Air Or ^ " , c '.- r .. 7V -\i n l r n n « r r'-i']fr" ~'' H i in"-n 1 1 3 I 1 '" 1 r r ' "~ ' r "T^ .T n Mi n i i ' j '\ r n- 7', 7" I)i:\r-ni - f r e r f - : j - '-it '· n j M- .'n 3 Mr M- - Tii-i l i a r "]' '1 ci'' -nriJT" r h i ri '"riTunrf .Lm ·'iif V » r . - i r i ( ' 1 "·' o nVi vl f i- riv'ili" !'- ,, rni m · i li hi r r j i i r j v,n- a mnnbrr ol 1 li/i f 1 ri 'nv 1 ! - l"i '!·· 1 , ,-i i , i r n i rv,' ' ' , ; ·". M rr h l i I ' Vi · i - i r i i M- Mr= Cor-. K'V'iiam Vr bw-n 1he ni f '-1 oi L ' r day^hter Mi si Kalh- Ifin a 4 . T^rj iTanSa, Mis^ K^tcham has returned to hpr liomp in this i MIS.S Ruth Bredt'jpn and Miss Dorothy Ca-» of Rirhester hav( been guests at their home in Seneca Ca?tle. f Mr and Mr?. William Coorer are sper.djn" a couple of wer-ks with her weight had bw. too m«Ch for a sister. Mrs. Joseph Carter and Mr. junkman's cart., which had collap- j Carter in EHmira. sed, 'ro theoS-4-- ·who \ I \ V WI t V I S TIAMv M, \"'-.G-M7'i FAILS '· ai pj73tlo"« f-p John Hil'2' ui s rj f -K-. for 35 I' for dozf-ijj. of oiJt rakftbal] UJ^CPIS pach vt-ar. Cji3irpt5 hi,-, 0:3]] 30 var,«; as a fisherman he wo\e The rrr''att «.t n tal death' for occurred m Benedid-To-Be (ids 55 Refund from Sped Fine of acciden- OVPT 2* m Daily Mfv«;n3fr Patterns, UP-TO-DATE t Si - i t ·'.i ' r .S'.'ul.iii" ."'4 f . i T.rr-fi( \ Y j i ^ a c . j r r d brio iii 1 ' ' rh u ' - t-i TJ" - r,*T u ap^JUKfj- I j j i ' ~ f-r'tar'j, ai aii f-:fj-' io j O/f-f-djM, fn^zf- fnica him ?10 ns " | fi'^l offfntfT 1h-n Jjflridf'd bacfc $' I c prpstrut." J "That Little Grey Home In The West" Songs are not written about apartments and rented rooms. "Home Sweet Home" is not a hotel bedroom nor a place which you lease from a landlord. It is about the ivy-clad cottage -- the house you own -- that Romance clings. Remember, when a boy, how you used to coax to go out to call on your grandmother? You think of her with a certain mellowing *»f hc hear*. And how you loved the old The garden was a radiant de- iisrht. What havoc you used to raise in the ancient apple trees and fhe grape arbors. Own your home. Plant an old-fashioned garden. Have your own apple, plum and cherry trees. Maybe somewhere there'll be a young grandson who'll tease HIS father to bring him out to see YOU. Consult the Classified Columns for a broker who will be glad lo ndvisc you in the purchase of a home. Or if you wish to build, he'll assist in the choice of a location, show you how construction may IK* financed and give you valuable co-operation. Read and Use the Classified Columns C a l l 8 9 7 The Daily Messenger Ask for the Classified Department

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