The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 7, 1948 · Page 7
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 7

Canandaigua, New York
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
Page 7
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OHE 0A1LT; CAflAflDAlUUA, N. Y, .WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7; 1948 Rug and Furniture Cleaning "Satisfied Patrons In Every Street" F I R 0 0 Z I Geneva, N. -Y. Jfhunu 1422 Pickup and Delivery Wdns'dy u . IISLS own estimated that peo-1 pies, of the world drank 300 bil- ' lion cups of tea in 1939. RADIO PROGRAM During World War II. the United States v i r t u a l l y censed importing green tea. j CV.-lhiiost.' is tin.' main coastiiuent ! !' .-ill plant life. .----~ »^.?4^»^^^^ PAGE FIVE (Eastern Standard Time) NEW YORK, CSV--After announcing its next documentary \vould bo "report card," based on "results of an exhaustive study" of the "crisis in American education." the CES network has decided to postpone t h e program in- i definitely. It originally had been liiied for January 14, to run an hour. Reasons given for the delay are contained in t h i s comment from CBS: "Complexities of the subject have been discovered to be so i groat t h a t a dramatic treatment j j cannot be prepared this early to \ nice' T h e standards' our -document a i - v u n i t alreadv has established." PV? PvESSsffs \15 V S a A f C V B t\i v £ Tho radio f u t u r e of Henry Morgan f i n a l l y has been settled. He's g l u i n g n new sponsor who will re- uirn him to the ABC network, \vhich he left. Christmas eve at. the of another contract. IFo returns to the air January 29 il 7:.'10 p. m. ' hopes it has some-tiling : t. in a new program to be ' n a Sunday nigh; t r y o u t under ' t i i l o of "It's a Great Town." ] the chances t h a t it will re- aic-;- as a regular series. The basis for the broadcast is a Mr. ' and Mrs. Radio Team conducting j i n t e r v i e w s in a representative Am- i f-rivan town about its outstanding ! ipment or accomplishment. ; t h i s broadcast it, will hi- Kingston, N. Y. i j ·lopmr-iil for t o n i g h t : NIK.' [ Bob Hope- to lake over f o r ! . J i m m y D u r a n t e in the second j week of his absence for- an opera-, j lion. ' ] It is estimated that 47 .percent of all rural hij^vay:: :r. the United States are surfaced. The famous coffee houses of London sold more tea than any other beverage. Eating forks were not used | commonly u n t i l the 18th centurv. Farmers own 20 per cent of all licensed automobiles in the United States. CARSON FURNITURE COMPANY 71 South Main St. i! IOC3OI IOET2OE lo a !O If You Live on North Buffalo or Shape! Sfrec D-ssir-e the O R o o to fee delivered by carrier bey C H I L D R E N A N D P E T O X _ Jerry the ox, bought during the meat shortage by Harry " "''he. larmer near Minneapolis, as potential steak, now is a pet of the children, Charles, 3, (at bridle) and (left to right) Kenny, 9, Frauds, 11, Gene, 5, Billie, 12. and Wallie, 13. f b o D o Bristol MRS. IT. K. MARTIN Holcomb Rl George Ooran, Circulation RHgr. BRISTOL--Miss Barbara Mar! ble is attending the Rochester School of Commerce. Dennis Day; 8:30 Cildersleeve; ! K a r l Ma! ' bk ' ;md fami! - v have 9:30 District Attorney; 10 Big L i s t e n i n g t o n i g h t : N B C -- S Story drama. CBS 7:30 Club Crosby; 8:30 Dr. Christian drama; 9 New t i m e for- Mark ' Warnow music; 9:30 Sweeney and March; 10:30 Escape a d v e n t u r e drama. ABC--S Mayor of Town; 8:30 Vox Pop in Philadelphia; 9 Abbott and Costello; 10 Bing Crosby and VV'alter O'Keefe; 10:30 Tonv M a r t i n , Alan Young. MBS--8 Scarlet Queen adventure: 9:30 Racket Smashers; 10 California melodies. . 'Canandaigua Representative 'M.Wilkinson R, D. 2 Phone 1158-J Thursday programs: NBC--10 a. m. Fred Waring music; 1:15 p. m. discussion "Emergency Care of Auto Injuries;" 5:30 Plain Bill; 7 Radio Supper club; 9 Al Jolsbn and Win. Powell . . . CBS--2 Second Mrs. Burton; 3:30 House Party: 6:15 Of Men and Books, new t i m e ; S FBI in Peace and ! w a r ; ;K.U crime J-'hotog . . .ABC --·11 .a. ni. Tom Breneman; 2:30 . p. m. Bride and Groom; -1:30 I F r a n k i e Carle band; 8:30 The j Clock drama; 10:30 Lenny Her- j mnn .Quintet . . . MBS--12 noon Kate Smith Speaks; 2 p. m. Queen I for' a Day; 4:15 Johnson Family 8:15 Vera-Holly show; 9:15 Real I Life drama. I moved to Mieir new home in Bristol Center, j Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holcomb and daughter were Sunday guests of .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Yule in Rochester. Mrs. William Mosher has re- j turned home after an extended \ visit with her son. Francis Mosher and family in Alabama. Mrs. Wilfred Ward and Mrs. L. Gilburt attended the funeral of Earl Schmid. Honeoye, in Rochester on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wheeler have been spending some time at the Snerry home in Canandaigua. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Holcomb. Mr. and Mrs. Harold DeVoe, Fairport, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller. Mr. and Mrs. James Bristish Rochester, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert. T. Dick. Mr. UICK ar.n Mr. bristish are class mates at the Rochester-Colgate Divinity school. Mrs. Henry Killips, Honeoye, was a recent guest of her sister, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Case. Mrs. Larry Burri who lias been ill at her home here has been removed to Thompson hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Tyson Rochester, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs: Fred Tvson. Naples Observes Week ; of Prayer NAPLES--The First Presbyterian Church, Baptist Church and Methodist Church, Naples, are holding a series of Union Sei-vices this week, in observance of World Wide Week of Prayer, .Tan. -1-10. The first of such services was held in the Methodist Church Sunday evening, when a film, "Jairus' Daughter" \vas shown. ·The second service will be held tonight at S p. m. in the Baptist Church, w i t h the Rev. J, Wesley Babeock. pa.stor of the Methodist. Church, speaker. Third and last of the services j will be held at S p. m. Sunday evening. in t h e Presbyterian Church, \vith the Rev. Darius'M. Ralcliff, pastor of the Baptist Church, delivering the sermon. OVERCOME" YOUR ^Difficulties by reading and using The Messenger Classified Ads. .Back in the days before electricity; automobiles, telephones and radios, farm life was a lonely life. But not so today. You'd huve hard work finding a lonely farm anywhere. Electricity turns darkness into daylight, pumps water, milks cows, grinds feed, cooks meals, heats water, refrigerates food and performs doxens of other chores on the modern far.m. It brings radio entertainment and market reports to farms remote from centers of population. The job of bringing electric service to the farms was begun by the business-managed, tax-paying power companies some 60 years ago. They- did the pioneering... developed new methods and equipment... learned to meet the problem of weather and distance ... and-continued to bring better and cheaper electric service to more and more farms. . In the R. G. E. territory farm electrification has readied almost 100 per cent and the job w i l l be speeded until service is available to every farm in the entire area. Jhtcn to the R. G. E. farm News Every Friday at J 2:15 over Station WHAAf. V 0 U R C O M P A N Y O R P H A N -- Johanna Hcn- drika Leijdekkers, 6, Dutch ^war orphan, huffs her foster-daddy, singer Jack Smith, and her new doll as she arrives in New York on a trip arranged by Hie Foster Parents Plan for War Children. 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