The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 10, 1939 · Page 2
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 2

Canandaigua, New York
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Monday, July 10, 1939
Page 2
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., MONDAY, JULY 10,1939. chester Firemen Program for Convention MANCHESTER -- Proechel Hose with a bod of rock to make a per- is formulating plans for n.anent base for tlic lop layer 01 Uttny s r . thTorianlzation's third Bi-annual sand and clay. The fire company VlMtMUU' Celebration and Con- ! hopes to complete the process fttltton -to be held Monday. Txies- 1 within two weeks to make ready for Uy ttid Wednesday, July 31 and , a giant midway. refreshment AUfilst 1 and 2. Chief John Robinson and the ftf* company members are cooper- Ming in "filling-in" the new Fi rental's Park, adjoining Municipal H«ll, during the current week. The lowlands, near the Canandaigua Oiltlet stream, have been covered Shortsville Church Unit Slates Picnic stands, amusements and an outdoor dancing platform on which the group will stage a jitterbug contest during the three-day celebration. The rushlight of the Bi-annual will be the parade Wednesday evening. Aug. 2. Thirty-seven fire companies of the .surrounding cities and villages in this area have been extended invitations to take part in the gala affair including Geneseo Mt. Morris, Dansville, Caledonia. Wayland, Rush, Clyde, Shortsville. Phelps, Seneca Falls, Waterloo, Clifton Springs. Macedon. Mendon. East Bloomfield and Holcomb. Palmyra, Williamson, Ontario. Lima. Avon. Geneva. Canandaigua. Pittsford. East Rochester, -.----·...-.-- · -- - . _ w ,,, ,,,.,, Brighton: East Rochester, Arkport. Church and Sunday ^hool aie g^^ Penn Yan . Middlesex , Qor- old fashioned basket | h a m . v . c t o r i Hemlocki H oneoye, Honeoye Falls, and Lyons. About 800 smokeaters 'are expected to attend, led bj r -a dozen or more bands and drum'corps. Starting from the west end of State. Street with Mayor and Chief John Robinson as marshal, the line" of march .has been planned to" take in Merrick Avenue, 8HOKTSVILLE -- Renewing the old tradition of the Sunday School picnic, for the first time in 10 year*,"the Shortsville Presbyterian Saturday afternoon, July 29. The group will leave from the church on Main Street at 12 o'clock and all members attending have been asked to pack ffiough lunch for two meals. 'Heading the groups on arrange- - - ., ~ 11CU LU 1/eH^.C *ii -i»J.v,* i j.vifc *«.. ---i merits are: Steering committee. Main street Nortri Main. Center WewteV-JC' 'Bushnell, Ward H. Preston?' Waiter W. Lucas, Del " .i-Mid the Rev. John T. s*~ 'transportation, George Ki Abel, Arthur J. LeFevre, A. aiennan Cotton; refreshments, Clapperton, Mrs. Hat- . Street' and Clifton Street, where the carnival will be located. Company 37 Years Old The Pr'oechel Hose Comapny, now PROGRESS MADE ON NEW SCHOOL Foundation For Main Floor 01* Bloomi'ield Building Completed 37 years' old; began back in the days of the bucket brigade and in , Galvin P. Brown, George Slnght and Willard waioorr.. The tattWNgiroup will furnish games an* entertainment for adults and people. tte"atr;"Howe, Mrs. Clara Preston, the course on its existence, Cole, Mrs. George Slaght and Mrs. ·John T^Wriggins; games and entertainment, Cecil G. Runyon, John has in this section. Formed in 1912, un- fenterfield MRS. EARL APPLETON Staff Correspondent CENTERFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brocklebahk and son. Billy and" daughter, Mary of Coudersport. Pa:, l»ve;been guests of his brother " " "Brocklebank and Mrr. der the"iate Dr. George Shaw and L. A. Wieder. the first meeting was held over Tuckers drug store. With installation of the .waterworks system and construction of the Municipal Hall, to provide -suitable rooms, the membership rapidly increased, resulting in a more active group as well as a trained protective ;fjOJKe £ .; ;..-.:, . . · Up-to-date equipment was added J from · year to "year' and the -present " ! facilities are "sufficient to cope with any emergency. A new fire j alarm-system is being planned f o r ; the village and the Lehigh Valley ! yard whistle will be abolished. · In May, 1933. the name of the | , . ink and other relatives, compa riy- was officially designated --* : ~ 1J TM-- ' - Road. ,. -- -- I as the proecnei Hose Company of -KirST Lee Moll and Mrs. Lillian j Manchester, N. Y-. in honor and fejaddirig spent Friday in Rochester, j memory · of Chief George Proechel, ·fStr.'ahd Mrs. Stuart Patterson hav - wno f Or many years, was known returned home after spending a throughout the country as an ar- 'at 'his,parent's home. Mr. and den t and -efficient volunteer- fire. Mrs. James Patterson at Canan- daigtuu'.-' '.-Mr. and Mrs. Carlton McMillan entertaiiied at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 'Mason and daughters Vir- man. . With the purchase of new uniforms in 1933, Chief John Robinson developed one of the best- drilled companies in the Northern ««u ~«, u -- 6 -- .Ruth of C.a#a.ndaigua. in-j Central Association, climaxed .by u - . . . onor of their son Gerald McMil- prizes at the state-wide convention liir and "wife who were recently , at Geneva in 1934 and North Ton- inarried ' . " . " ' ] awanda in 1936. The local fire - Edward Hoffman has returnee company will be lead by the Can- ho8Bcafter.spending sometime with . Milo Gillam in Vietor. andaigua Drum Corps in the Aug. 2 parade which starts at 7 o'clock. Acting on the general chairmen K-au,~«*--us. Abram Haak of Hoi- j committee for the third consecutive bomb have-been guests of Mr. and! year is Niel O'Harrigan, assisted M»Ri:.:Gerald McMillan. North! by President Harold Griffin and iBioomfield Road. " ! Joseph Mottello EAST BLOOMFIELD -- While rainy weather, early in the Spring hind'ered the progress of the construction of the new Bloomfield Central School the good conditions of the past six weeks have aided the contractors. Swarthout and Rowley, of Rochester to get the foundation for the main building completed. At least 60 per cent of the first floor reinforced concrete work is also finished. The structural steel is all on the site ready to be erected, and it is expected ' that the actual placing will begin at once. Morris Rowley, a member of the firm, said that the contractors do not anticipate any shortage of materials for building. On some job of this type a great handicap has been and is the actual lack of materials. When the materials have to be ordered in advance and perhaps made up at the various factories, a great deal of time is consumed in securing the necessary items. When, as is the case in the construction of the Bloomfield School, the supplies are all on hand no delay is suffered. As the steel is erected the face brick will be placed. The bricks chosen by the Board of Education are a tan and light brown blend and will give a harmonious look with the cast stone trim. It is expected that about thre'e weeks will be needed for the labor of facing the building with bricks. When this process is ended the real structure is about 50 per cent done. Grading for driveways, parking areas and such, are practically 75 per cent completed. The east and north parking areas will have an asphalt and fine stone top dressing just before the final work is entirely completed about the building. The Main Street driveway has all base course laid. The school property faces on Main Street and Oak Mount Avenue, and while the present school is on Main Street, the new building is set far back from Main Street and will face Oak Mount Avenue. The driveways will be from both streets to give ready access to the school busses and for private cars. The length of the driveways and the large parking area adjacent to the school garage involves an immense amount of grading and surfacing. Also there is a difference in the elevation of the parking area and the first floor and a retaining wall must be built to take care of the difference. When completed, concrete steps will lead down to the parking elevation. The retaining wall is nearly constructed and the disposal field and sewerage systems are just about finished. "The Bloomfield Central School is being built at a cost estimated at 8335,000 with the aid of a Public Works Administration grant amounting to approximately S150.- 000. Carl Ade. Rochester architect is in charge of the plans. William R. Conine is the engineer supervising the construction for the P. W. A. Conrad C. Meuhe. superintendent of schools for the third supervisory district, is assisting the members "of East Bloomfield Board of Education with planning a Make It Last, Sonny Bobby Nord'quist, three, (above), of Brockton, Mass., raised such an uproar when his parents tried to stop his use of tobacco that they set his quota at one cigar, two eigarets and an occasional pipeful daily. He's been smoking six months. Churches Slate Union Sunday School Picnic GORHAM -- Adam Rpifsteck and Eddie Wilkins were appointed as a committee for a Union Sunday School picnic of the Gorham and Stanley Methodist churches by the Sunday School superintendent, C. C. Sheperd. To Meet Wednesday The Ladies" Aid and Mission Society of St. John's Lutheran Church will meet at the parsonage Wednesday afternoon. Evening Service Omitted Sunday evening meetings in the Presbyterian a n d M e t h o d i s t Churches are discontinued during July and August. There will be meetings in the Baptist Church each Sunday evening. District No. 1 Meeting The annual school meeting of District No. 1 will be held in the Central School in Gorham. Tuesday evening. A member of the Board of Education to succeed Ernest Hey will be elected for a term of five years and other business will come before the board. Sponsor Social The July committee of the Presbyterian Ladies' Working Circle will sponsor an ice cream social at the church Saturday evening. Corn- school to meet the requirements of the present generation. Members of the Board are: President. Edwin E. White: Carlton B. Gauss. Frederick Buell. Dr. J. Wendall Howard and Emniet Monaghan. ! mittee in charge is Mrs. Nellie Hol| comb. Mrs. Carrie Young. Mrs. ! Elizabeth Hershey and Miss Helen Blodgett. Gorham Briefs Mrs. Charles Pybus, who has been spending a week with her daughter. Mrs. Clarence Carpenter and family of Bombay. St. Lawrence County, has returned home. Mrs. B. C. Bracken, of Miami. Fla.. is spending the summer with her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carney. Mrs. A. D. Dickerman and daughter. June, attended the graduation exercises at Ithaca. Richard Dicki erman. her nephew, was one of the graduates in a class of 326 The Misses Nancy and Virginia Austin have returned to their home in Springfield. 111., after spending a week at the John P. Austin home. Mrs. Arden Babbitt and daughters. Danna and Betty Ann. of Erie. Pa., were recent guests of her mother. Mrs. Cora CrVsier. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cross, of j Jamestown, were recent guests of i his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred I Cross. Miss Lucille Rice is attending the summer sessions r,t Cortland Normal School. Mrs. Signa VanHuban and daughter. Betty Carol, of Brooklyn, are spending a few weeks with Mrs. C. A. Boyce and family. Miss Elsie Crumley, of Syracuse. j was a recent guest of her parent s. \ the Rev. and Mrs. F. T. Crumley ' at the Methodist parsonage. I Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stevens. I Miss E. Thorp and Miss Ella Fogelsonger. of Buffalo were recent guests of MLss Minnie Cross. FIELD DAY SET FOR AUGUST 26 Outing To Be Sponsored By Bristol Valley Grangers BRISTOL CENTER -- Bristol Valley Grange is making plans for a field day to be held at Baptist Hill. Saturday. Aug. '2G. to raise funds to help pay for the extensive repairs made to the new hall. Committees in charge 1 are: General chairman. Master Earl Fletcher: purchasing. Mrs. Francis Hatch. Mrs Earl Fletcher. Alison Rogers ami Mrs. Marion Gladding: grounds, Claude Ballard, George Morse. Francis Hatch. Emery Drain and Ernest Footer: ice cream. George Gilbert. Sam McKee. Lucille Gladding', Vera Allen, Earl Goodman. Jennie Czermak and Verne Hayes; hots ana' hamburgs. Harold and Marion Hatch. Betty Drayn, Ruby Jones. Ernest Footer. Soft drinks. Burton and Kenneth Fletcher. Kenneth Goodman. Floyd Morgan, William Rogers: cigars and candy. Alvin Hayes: soliciting. Anson Rogers. Harry R. Marble and Levi Corser: advertising. Claude Ballard. George Morse. Francis Hatch. Earl Fletcher;'parking. Marion Gladding; finance, Harold Ballard; tickets. Allen Symonds. Leon Holcomb; dance. Earl Fletcher and executive committee. Mr. Ballard. Mr. Hatch and Mr. Morse. Juveniles Hold Social Juvenile Grangers cleared over $32 from the lawn social held Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hayes. Taking part, in the program were Joyce Ingraham. of Honeoye, tap dancing: Joyce Pestle. Bristol, piano solos, -and Jane Carol Corser. Bristol Center, acrobatic dancing. Methodists Net S1IJ Over $13 was cleared by the Methodist Church from the ice cream social held at the church. T. G. Herendeen showed films of the New York Worlds Fail'. Leave For Michigan Mrs. Mary Burnett and Mr. and Mrs. Medes Grineff are on a motor trip to Michigan, where they will visit Mrs. Burnett's daughter. Wooed By Air Romeo Miss G(ilili' Gehrkcn, 17, (above) of Vi'nion. 111., missing after she went Kr a flight with a. barnstorming aviator, returned four days laU-i- t» her parents in Vern'on. She said the flier begged her to marry him but she refused. The flier rscapr-sJ by air fnim officers waiting at a Missouri airport to arrest him. Cheshire MRS. WILLIAM DRUSCHEL Staff Representative CHESHIRE -- Miss WyfTels, of Ionia, and Miss VanGorder, of South Dakota, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyffels. en- route lo tlif World's Fair in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pressley ! and son. Junior, of Woodville. JelT- I erson County, who have been visit- his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pressley. and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mosher. have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haskell and Man in Barnuni spent the weekend at Viiu: Valley with Mr;;. Adelia Foster. OVERCOME YOUR Difficulties by reading and using The Messen- a:f-r Classified Ads. Glenn Case Entertains 24 At Weiner Roast · , * ^ ·' · CENTBIH-iELb '-- Glenn Case entertained-yl\ u weincr roast at his home on .Bristol road with the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brahm, and Mrs. Gordon Potter, Mr. an Mrs. Elvin Wii.'ihburi). Mr. sir.d Mr*. Walter Boll. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McMillan, Jean and Shirley Dryer, Trances Heifer, Alice Carlile, Lucille Schroder. Eleanor Purdy, Janet Kemp and Orphia Whippie, Clair Dryer, Elton Bliss, Howard Poole, John Cowen, Walter Brown and Norman Payne. Games and stunts furnished entertainment. CYnterficId Briefs Mrs. George Spangenberg has returned home after being ill in Memorial Hospital for several month. 1 ;. Mr. and Mrs. William Cole, Cen- terfielcl road, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Savage at Rushville. Miss Anna Schmidt, R. N., of Wyoming County is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt, C'enterfielc 1 road. Mrs. Elsie Long and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hubbard and family attended a reunion held at Mr. and Mrs. John Nichols at Manchester. Miss Betty Warner of Horncll is spending some time at the home of Lavern . Walbridge, Centerfield road. *. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Hodge whir-* have been with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hodge for several weeks at their home in Victor. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Walbridge have been guests of relatives in Hornell. Mr. and Mrs. George Hathaway, of Scranton, Pa., were guests for several days of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hodge, Wheeler Station road. Miss Rose Schmidt, Centerfield road, is attending Summer school at Geneseo Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Appleton with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Finagan, Geneva .Turnpike, were callers of Miss Emma Pinagan, and brothers, Herbert and William, Centerfield road. SUMMER SHOES at BARGAIN PRICES! CLEANING HOUSE OB SUMMER WHITES! This is a sale that's practically "made to your order". 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