The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 7, 1948 · Page 9
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 9

Canandaigua, New York
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
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Cost oi Relief Program Increases Here But Gain Absorbed by State THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA. N. Y. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1948 Only the fuel t h a t the state's reimbursement share was materially increased at the beginning of JJM6 has prevented a substantial increase in the direct cost to Ontario counu ia.\payej. of home relief, old age assistance, and related items, according to the ISih annual report made by the former commissioner of public welfare, 1 Fairy K.- Dibble. The report is lor ibe \velfare depart men i's fiscal year of Oct. 1, 19-16 t o Sent ,"!(i !!M7. . .Ti?e cause, of ..the increase in budget allowances was a t t r i b u i r t Firemen Make Plans for Dance On January 17 The n i n t h annun! firemen'.-- ball, which predictions indic.'ilc '.'.ill he the most gain e v e r held i-.t-i-c is announced for Saturday eveninj:. Jan. 17, at Hotel Oannndairnin! starting at 10 p. !n . and c o n t i n u i n g u n t i l 2 a. in. The ball, sponsored by the .Mut u a l Hook and Ladder compam, will celebrate the city's di-cision to purchase a new and modern aerial ladder t r u c k , replacing t h e old and obsolete rm.del now in, according- to Albert A. Moons chairman of the a r r a n g e m e n t s committee. In setting t h e admission charge ·for t h i s year's e v e n t , t h e hook and ladder company ignored t h e c u r rent, spiraling trend in prices, and reduced the fee to only two dollars per couple, the lowest in several years. Melodious r h y t h m for I he dancing t h r o n g will | )e provider! by Line M i l l i m a n nnd his orchestra, while vocal e n t e r t a i n m e n t will be provided by Miss Lois Grotnei, curren-tly engaged at the Sweet nnd Lou- club, af Erie, Pa., according fc,' C h a i r m a n Moore. The affair was announced as being .semi-formal, nnd it. was suggested t h a i all loral "smoke-eaters" appear in u n i f o r m . Proceeds of i h e event \vill he divided between a f u r t h e r payment toward t h e cost of Hie company's emergency a m b u l a n c e and a d o n a t i o n to ihe Rod Cross, Moc/re stated. Members of the a r r a n g e m e n t s committee-, in a d d i t i o n to Chairman Moore, are Lelnnd Pierce, Clarence Coie. Jack VnnBrooker, and W i l l i a m Jones. Three Heirs Share Manchester Estate Three heirs share in 1'ie estate ·of Mrs. K l i x n b f l h B. Leonard. Manchester. wlio rhd l)f-r. 20 and whose will has been a d m i t t e d tu probate by Surrogate Frederic T. Henry. Personal property does not .exceed -SI. 000. Certain personal effects and household items are left to her son, Allyn DeVoll, Shortsvilie. and a daughter, Mrs. Lois DeVoll Wells, Elmira. The remainder of the estate goes io the husband. Robert B. Leonard of Elmira who is also named executor. by the former commissioner's report directly 10 the drastic boasts m the cost of food, clothing and shelter. K.x-commissioner Dibble was succeeded the first of this year by Raymond J. Bennett, who during most of the period of World War 11 .served as acting · ounty probation officer. State Share Increased The increase in the state's share ol relief costs upped from 40 per cent to 80 per cent for home relief, i-.nd from 50 per cent to 80 per cent lor old age assistance--has greatly reduced the net cost of the «!e~ p:!;- t ."y'.'y o r!;c rc;::n;v Howe-cine report warns that the increase m suite ;iid will eventually result m a corresponding rise" in the amount of state control exercised over t h e county department. _A gross appropriation of S803, .So2.2S. was reported for the fiscal year. Of this t h e county appropri- | at ion was S.)62,r14.55. The balance was realized from recoveries and leimhursements. Disbursements of $470,573.73 included these items and amounts: .Salary of commissioner, $l,00001 her salaries, $.16,508.01; expenses of commissioner and s t a f f (travel- in- and f i f f i c e ) . SJ),rSrj.9.V c o u n t v home, Sfifi.72.1,17: aid t o dependent children. .S25,795.:-;0; home- relief, S.'il, 1-10.72: e h i i d r e n in i n s t i t u t i o n s ' .VS68.47; children in foster boardin^ li'imes, $65;05r.fl2: hospitals ( u r i v;-te). S-!l.i63.39: assistance ' l o blind. $2,301.46; old age assistance -S1S9.328.00. ^ The t o t a l operating expenses of mi- M U i i i y I H I I I I I - ami c u L i u i \ .'arm was S61.223.9S in 1947. Disbursements aggregated §66,72347- receipts of $5.499.49 reduced t h i s to t h e above \otal. County Products Products raised on the county farm last year aggregated' an estimated value of $22,104.25. of which approximately $21,383.74 worth was consumed "at the county home and $94.50 worth provided tor t h e county jail. At the start of the fiscal year there were 150 children under the department's supervision. Forty- nine were received d u r i n g the year for placement, making 199 u n d e r supervision altogether Twenty-eight of these were discharged from supervision and with the year's end 166 remained under supervision. Old age assistance expenditures totaled $189,328.06, and reimbursements of 5155,411.33 were reported. At the begining of the fiscal year there were 427 recipients. .1 t o t a l of 498 were cared for at fome t i m e d u r i n g the period, and he re. · closed v / i t h 404 cases re- · Witherspoon Buys Glenn lord Home In Gibson Street Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Lord have sold their home at 176 Gibson street to Mr, «nd Mrs. Robert E. Witherspcon, it was announced to- dav. Possession be given Mar. 1." Mr, Witherspoon, since June 1 last, has been proprietor of the Corner Book store, commuting to and from his home in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Witherspoon have three young children, Robert, Jr., - ; Harriet Ben ton. 3, and Dorothea Bentley, 10 months. They plan to do some remodeling, but will retain a small apartment on the second floor. Misses Catherine and Edith Welch now occupy the present apartment. Built by the late Augustine S. · Cooley, who purchased the property in 1851, t h e house was occupied by membei-s of the Cooley family " u n t i l sold in 1923 by Mr. and Mrs. Lord whose plans for the immediate f u t u r e are incomplete. County's Fuel Oil Supply Sub-Normal PAGE KBBBV The count \ · -upply of fuel oil In Ontario i coordinator is a 15 per cent cut to HI the present time is 126. I consumers in an attempt to avoid "' ' ' ' " eries i.'o uccornm - . Nhort of normal deliv- ihe j ar g e o jj companies, lo reports from local striDin.or.s presented yesterday at. mec:in x Called by "Joseph" D. a i i m . local county coordinator." - 1 ' ' shona « e *"'·" home heating Legion Auxiliary To Sponsor Card Party Jan. 23 Today's Weather - t : 25 30 31 rises iomor- S A. M. . . . 11 A. M. . . . . 2 P. M Sun sets today KW 7:39: sets moon, last, q u a r t e r ; new, Jan. 11. NOTICE ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of SOMMERS MOTORS, INC., will be 'held at t h e i r o/iice, 243 South Main street, Canandaigua, X. Y.. on J a n u a r v 12, 1948 at 2:30 p. m. R H. McELWEE FUNERAl DIRECTORS Phones 562 or 1223 PasteurizeM Council to Take Up Budget Tonight _ The first general business session of the common council to bi held this year will take place ihi: evening at city hall, starting a 7:30 p. m. This evening's meeting follows the .organization meeting of late Monday afternoon, at which council and mayoralty appointments tc various city offices and positions were made. Consideration of the 1948 city budget is expected to occupy rhe attention of the aldermen fo"r the greater part of the session. The budget, which was first sketched lo the body by the chairman of the b u d g e t committee, Alderman George W. Urstadt, at the final meeting of 1947, has been receiving careful s t u d y by the various council members, and t h e usual discussion and revision of disputed budget items is expected. At city hall, this morning, it was believed that the budget will receive the council's final acceptance t o n i g h t . Plans for a pre-Lenten party this m o n t h . report.s on Christmas activities and membership JighliKhled the first 194S meeting of Canandaigua unit, Am : erican Legion auxiliary, last nighl at the Legion home. Mrs. Osborne Donahue, president, conducted the session. Friday, Jan. 23, was set as the date for the party to be held in the Legion home. Miss Rose Co- EL6CTROPURE PASTEURIZED PHONE 32O ENNM.WELKLE PR Of. Old Clothes Dance To fiid Red Cross Don't wear your old clothes; bring them. Your old clothes and 20 cents will be the price of admission at he Sadie H a w k i n s rinnce Saturday n i g h t at 8:30 in the Canandaigua Academy gymnasium. Sponsored by the Junior Red Cross this informal dance seeks, to aid some (.·' Europe's needy children. Mrs. Jenkins, home economics teacher and advisor to the Junior Red Cross chapter, announced today. Committees have been chosen to provide dancing from 8:30 to 11:30 and refreshments for all. Miss Dc-rot'hy Mumerow and Miss Josephine Di Mariana are directing the committees' work. . rnelia was appointed chairman, to name her own assistants. Xmas Cheer Report As rehabilitation chairman, Miss Josephine Panzarella reported on the auxiliary Christmas -cheer work, chief of which was its part ·in conducting a gift shop for patients at the Veterans hospital, sponsored by the Seventh District o.-ganixation. Auxiliary members also participated in a dance for the veterans conducted by the Ontario c o u n t y committee; a pageant at. the VAI-I on Sunday, Dec. 21, ancl a New Year's day party. Miss Panzarella also announced plans for interesting volunteers from the Legion post in singing and musical recreation for the patients at ihe VAI-I. The membership chairman, Mrs. Angela Potter, reported 198 en- ·olled to date and urged all eligible to join the auxiliary. Mrs. Samuel Kay, child welfare chairman, reported baskets of food and cn,-nn i-.ln*li;nr ·fi,-/^ *,,,-1-,- families of veterans during the' holidays. Report on the county committee meeting in Naples month was given by Mrs. Glenn Bugbee. Canandaigua unit, rotating with other county units, will fill gift boxes this mo'nth for veterans at Willard State hospital. During a social hour, lunch was served by Mrs. Margaret Thornhill and Mrs. Jessie Brown. The next meeting will be Jan. 20 a critical shortage later on. Distributors decided yesterday to continue the present system of fuel oil deliveries.'It was also decided, however, that if the shortage becomes acute here distribu- - ,, tion.will be handled by county- is expected to continue coordinator who will be assisted by .* increase during the local coordinators. ". eM .;.'.' v fno "ths," Martin said to- * It was the consensus of yester- · ··'·? only present remedy, ac- j day's meeting that installation of i discontinued except in instances of | extreme hardship, or where a new i burner can serve : as a replacement for an old unit. In reporting shortages for the month of January four dealers were unable to 'ascertain their amount of supply as quotas for this month had not a.s vet been received- It was brought, out at the meeting that the large oil supplying companies u-Hl not be able to offer increased supplies to dealers due in' general^ the lactuhat--they are behind on all quotas. The installation of KiO.Ofifi new oil -burning u n i t s has also put the companies behind on deliveries it was stated. Under the coordinator System of mdling the local oil supply the consumer who is "out" of oil becomes a critical case. In these instances the coordinator,will' direct , a local . distributor to supply t h e | "critical case" with not more than i 200 trillions of oil. If i h f d i s H - i h i r i o i refuses his name will be forwarded to the state office and another dealer w i l l be designated. All re- Audubon Groups Meet; Junior-Hi Section Elects 1348 OES Officers To Be Installed Installation of -new officers of Canandaigua chapter, OES. is slated for .tomorrow night at Masonic Temple. £oQwarig dimjer .to be served at 6:30 under direction of Mrs. J. C. Hardenstine. . : Mrs. Benjaniin : R. : -Mason, matron, and Milton S. Mall, patron, with their staff, will-fee inducted by Past Patron George B. Gregg, assisted by Mrs. Ernest C. Pearce, retiring matron, and Mrs. Stuart B. Patterson, past matron, as marshals. . Mastitis Control Program Brings Good Results Death Takes Thomas Johnson, 91. Retired Village, City ton street. Prominently identified with .......... w .. county and civic aTfsfrsTuntifhis retirement some years ago, Mr. Johnson came to Canandaigua Thomas Johnson, 91, retired Canandaigua business man and public official, died late yesterday afteineon in Thompson" hospital where he had been a patient since ,, _. taillv lo ^ allanaalgua M f i hip at his hoS T0 wT^ i^° y f ^° m Coumy ^"T.'Ireland, "s nip at nih Home. 1-iO Washing^ | wTiere*-he way·horrr-rtatr--4o-io~c- '· ~ ~ : : j the son of Samuel and Nancy God- 1 frey Johnson. He was- educated j n the public schools and the old tan- andaigua academy. In 1885 hi entered the lumber business in Children of the Audubon Junior and ,Jimior-Hi dubs met yesterday afternoon at ihe home "of theiV advisor. Mrs. Herbert - J. Ellis, Academy place. Ti»' Junior club, meeting after school, held part of the session out i doors, observing birds at t h e i r j leerhn^ stations and studying var- j "us kinds or birds and" animal n a n t l l l n I t r a c k s in t h e .snow. A special card · s!u(1 '-'as made of the hairy and downy woodpeckers. Specimens of evergreen were identified. Usual reports of personal observations D members in me past month were given. Several children new i t l n t o the club requested membership. ' At 4:30 the Junior-Hi club met for election of officers and made plans for f u t u r e meetings. Those elected were: President. Jeanne Anne DuBois; vice-president," Majel R i c h ; secretary, Eileen Locke, and treasurer. Gail Goldstein. It was decided to have a different program chairman at each meeting, and to meet oftener than once a month. Unscheduled sessions will be held in the homes or members. Plans are under way tu cook an evening meal outdoors in the snow and study the stars. Plan Social Affair Following Meeting VFW PostJTonight A party for members of the Memorial post. Veterans of Foreign Wars, will follow the brief Business session of the regular meeting of the post this evening, at S p. m., according to Daniel Farchione, commander. The meeting will be held in the WOW hall on South Ttfain street. Entertainment and refreshments re slated for the social portion of the gathering, he said. This evening an admission charge to he meeting will be made. The charge will be the payment of 1948 dues, he stated. The commander extended to all ·eterans who may be considering oining the organization an invi- ation to be guests of t.he post it this evening's session. Academy Council Campaigns for School Spirit A Cherry and Gray week has been slated by the Academy Student Council to boost school spirit for the present basketball season. At. a meeting yesterday afternoon_ the secretary of the coun- appointed chairman of a "School Spirit committee. It is believed by the council that a spirited following is lacking among the students, and t h a t through the Cherry and Gray week beginning- January 12 more enthusiasm can be promoted. Plans have been made for a poster contest, and a sale of school banners. All entries for the poster contest must be in by 9 a. m. Monday when they shall be judged as t o t h e i r ideas for raising spirit. Open House Set for New Ford Trucks The first public showing in Canandaigua of the new 1948 model Ford trucks will take place Jan. 16 at an "open house" to be conducted by the West Avenue garage. W i t h the streamlined new trucks ---the first post-war products of the Ford Motor company--as the main attraction, the West Avenue garage will welcome the public to its showrooms, service, parts and accessory and used vehicle departments. "We arranged an 'open house' program for public announcement quests for oil by a consumer in "critical" need must be made not. later than noon of the day of expected delivery and not until his oil tank contains one eighth of a delivery of 200 gallons. The dealers.are continuing to supply .their customers in the regular manner and are cooperating w i t h each o t h e r t h r o u g h a countv association. . "It is felt that all consumers must cooperate with their dealers or face a critical shortage within ! the next few weeks," .Martin said ] today. Under the coordinator system t h e local coordinator has the au- t h o r i t y to investigate any application in which the consumer states t h a t his .need is critical, through the aid of the police and sheriff's departments. The local coordinator must.keep accurate records of all oil supplied to critical cases including amount, date and dealer making the delivery. Dealers and coordinators listed several suggestions at yesterday's meeting as an aid to -the consumer in conserving his sunolv of oil. Tr was suggested that: Unused rooms be shut off from the rest of the house; storm windows and doors he i n s t a l l e d ; thermostats be turned to 60 during sleeping hours; thermostats be turned to 68 during the remainder of the time except in cases of illness. Among those attending the ·meeting were the following local coordinators: Mayor. Castner E. Rapalee, Geneva; Mayor George McG Hayes, Canandaigua; Mayor Isaac B. Estes, Victor; Mayor Oscar 'H'olden Shonsville; Mayor Jack Dyke, Phelps; Mayor John Bolles, Naples; Mayor Leon A. Vienna, Manchester; Mayor Leslie Bennett Holcomb; Mayor Harry · Norton,' East Bloomfield; Mayor H. H! ··' The program for ; th control of herd mastitis is producing "very gratifying results" according to the annual report of Dr. L. "C. Webster, courtly 1 .veterinarian w-ho reports 13 herds".surveyed representing 463 cattle tested.. The report also reveals'''a 'decrease in Bang's disease as a-result of the calfhood vaccination. projeVt carried on in the county and tne percentage of ' tuberculin reactors stands at less than one-half of one per cent. .. ··.. .-.; ; .,. Of a total of 3,876 cattle tested under the calfhood vaccinatiop program 478 reactors were found. The, county vaccinated a total of 1,557 calves during t h e year and tested 7.463 entile Tor tuberculosis with four herds revealing-infections. Economic Factor i According to Di\ Webster aninSal disease control has proven a tfe- finite economic factor d u r i n g 1947. Feed and labor costs have increased more rapidly than the returns received by farmers for milk, cream, butter, beef, veal, eggs and poultry meat emphasizing, the importance of disease-free cattle and poultry. Mastitis probably., causes more losses than either Bang's disease-or i bovine tuberculosis, Dr. Webster pointed out. It not only causes; a temporary decrease in*, the milk flow but destroys tissues of affected parts. Iri'some instances 1 'it may result in the animal's death, t'he report stales,. . · ; Federal Cooperation The county department is still cooperating with the state and federal bureaus in the control of all three diseases and has continued supervision of all tests of infected cattle and. poultry. Sheep's blood has been secured as needed by fhe county laboratory and 23 "calls were made to the county farm. An end of the year balance : of $393.62 is shown'in the annual financial statement of the depart- eral and county appropriation of $11,032.60. Disbursements for the year follow: Accredited veterinarians, $2,955.60; cattle indemnity ( T B ) , $900; county veterinarian's salary, $3,640; county veterinarian'* .expenses, $748.74; stenographer's .salary, $2,140; ' office expenses, $232.64. ' - · - . · · · · . State Police Investigate More Auto Accidents An increase in the number of automobile accidents investigated by .state police of troop -D* during Dec-ember as compared to the previous month Is .indicated in the r e - j port for December, made public by Capt. .1. P. Ronan, Oneida. Such investigation for December t o t a l e d 338, and lor November only 250. » However, officers of ?he (roop,. '.vhose ativitife: -"extend through- nut several-central New York '·ounties, including .Ontario, made 1.090 arrests and secured 1,008 is-, «?presenting decreases i"roni t h e respective 1.222 and 1.182 Uiictls for November. A u t o m o b i l e patrols covered a t o t a l distance of 123.06D miles during December, down from tn"e 140. 158 covered during thc^previous, month.. Hut the number 'of inVes"-' iigations. made, increased from the I 25.Vin XovemBbr to 332 in Decem- ·'Appearing-' -for the first: timV-irr recent, m o n t h s was an item listing that officers traveled 2,5000 tuiles by train during the month. They also traveled -a distance of 540 inile.s on foot, an increase of nearly 50 miles. Four dogs were killed, as compared to three. Sid. 12 stolen, cars recovered, UD from 10. .*' · , -The"total va-lue ol-staien proper-.) ty recovered fell from over 513,000 during November to somewhat' more t h a n §12,500 during the following period. Thir total ,of fines, i collected dropped fcy.atoost $3.000 lo the S7.778.oO total for December. A detailed breakdown. of the (ota! arrests follows, fh'e" first' figure applying to December, the second to the proceeding' month: Abandonment, 2-0; ; agricultural /aw, 3-0; simple'"assajft :33-l-7j _ . . ^- t .Miss Ethel-S. Jo'rinsonvtrf thisitv -and Thomas . E.^ JobflSjop, of \ Rochester: ·two-grawlsons^'Lt ( C g ) James R. Green, Norfolk, Va*and ·';° hn ,, 11 ' Green th 'is city; one* sis- continued" for nine years. Appointed superintendent o| the in 1394, he served for nine years^ then engaged in farming. He^was a member of the advisory boatd of trustees of the village before the city charter was granted inil913 and also iield office as street iom- missioner for many years Ddring World War .1 he served as chairman of Canandaigua chapter.tAm- erican Red Cross, and was a director of- the 1 Lisk Manufacturing company u n t i l its sale in 1944 the final meeting-of the board hiving been' held' in ffis home. He \9as a member o f j the Congregational church and in politics was a; Republican. ^ .He was twice married, his.sacond wife, Mrs. Ethel Stewart Johnson, .having died in 1937 Survivors are two daughters and -a. son, .Mrs. Grace* t and Caian- . . . , - daigua, and several nieces and'nen- ' liews. Funeral services will be 'held Friday at 2:30 p.- m. from i the home, liie Rev. Richard H. Bolven pastor of the Congregational church, officiating, .-htterment- will be in Woorilawn ce'meterv. 'The courtesy of no -flower's has jieen Locals billiards. 1-0; children. 7-1; disorderly con burglary, "26-11; conservation. 3-7; disor- Griswold, Clifton Springs; Supervisor Carlton B. Gauss. East Bloomfield; Supervisor Bruce Martin. -Manchester; Supervisor Robert W. Emory, Naples: Supervisor Richard M. Morse, South Bristol- Supervisor Fred E. Howes, West Bloomfield: Supervisor James G. Reed, Bristol; Supervisor Roy G. Swan. Canadice; Supervisor Alfred Christian Scientists List Sunday Lesson derly person, 2if;*ed'ucation law. 1-1: federal- deserters. -2-1; forgery, 1-2; fraud. 3-6: gambling. 1-1; insane. 1-0: intoxication. 2223; 'inloxicated.jidvers. -^9-6; labor law, '2-2; lai-ceny^of alifbs, 2-5. " ' . -.Grand .larceny. 5-1; petit lar- - . mischief. 14-22; parole violators, 3-3; railroads. 1-rO;. robbery, '2-Oj vagrant, begging, 24; unlawful entry, 3-0: infractions of .motor vehicle laws. 682-777; motor vehicle laws, misdemeanors. .169-24S; wayward minors, '2-0.;-. . ,. ( T: Rotary to Hear Talk By VflH psychiatrist Dr. Syril Marquit. psychiatrist at the Veterans hospital, will be guest speaker tomorrow noon at the Rotary club meeting in Hotel Canandaigua. He will be introduced by the Rev. Dr. Robert C. Dunn. Quarterly assembly and monthly meeting of the board of directors will be held with President Robert B. Spencer at his home in North Main street next Tuesday at 7:45 p. m. Conservation Office Plans Farm Survey Fred V. Alderman, chairman of the Ontario county committee for the Agricultural Conservation program, announced at a committee meeting Monday t h a t the Conservation office is ready to sign up thwe interested in 'having t h e i r farms checked for the ISMS conservation program. All those who desire to sign up should do so before Feb. S. Employment Office rts Slow Month Repo Revenue Collector To Assist Taxpayers Taxpayers may be assisted with their final 1947 estimated tax returns by a Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue who will be in his office Jan. 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14 and J-D. Farmers who prefer to file their final return on or before Jan. 15- may also be assisted by ihe deputy collector. No 1!M8 estimated tax returns will be filed until nfter Jan. 15. Twenty-nine men :md women, i 16 women and nine veterans, were placed in various positions by the Employment Service office d u r - ing the month of December. The monthly estimate- of applicant interviews numbered only 40 for the month which is a decrease from previous mark.-. There were 24 interviews for counselling Active application.- on file in the Employment office to date number 391, 226 of who are worn- end and 74 men. of the 1948 truck line because we f eel t h a t this is t h e most impor- ant new truck showing in Ford listory," said Herbert Hicks. "We ire entering the greatest truck narket of all time w i t h the widest ;ange of models and capacities i pect to receive t r u c k s during the | coming months in quantities in- j creased sufficiently to permit us to meet t h e heavy demand." New Garage Opened By Two at Holcomb A recelit addition to t h e . business activities at Holcomb is the opening of n garage by Max X. VanOrman and son. of t h a t v i l - lage. One specialty will be the cutting of wagon wheels in the conversion of farming equipment. The garage is provided with complete welding apparatus, as well as tools and machinery necessary to facilitate a fast and efficient general repairing service, it was announced. BIRTH RECORD A daughter, Barbara Elaine, to Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bacon, 173 West. Gibson street, in Thompson hospital, Jan. 7, 1918. Mrs. Bacon -·was Miss "Edith Elaine Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-Alexander G. Thompson, this city. A son, John Henry, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders, Bristol road, m Thompson hospital, Jan. 2, 1948. Father Van Deusen Addresses Sodality The Rev. Wallace J. Van Deusen. former assistant at St. Mary's church here and now at The Nat i v i t y of t h e Blessed Virgin Marvin Lockport, was guest speaker nit a meeting of the Senior Sodality laM night in (he church hall. Plans were made for a spaghetti supper to be held some time t h i s month and refreshments were served. The next meeting is slated for Jan. 20 at S p. m, NAMED ADMINISTRATOR Frank J. Gott.s, Seneca Castle, has been appointed administrator of the estate of his wife, Mrs. Frances A. Gotts who died Nov. 22. Real property includes Ihe residence in Seneca Castle, value of which was not estimated. -- ~ ~ l ' - ~ *- i »-JV » -L*J.Ll f^\.i H. Dewey. Canandaigua; Supervisor Roy W. Wyman, Farmington; Supervisor Fayette Taylor, Geneva: Supervisor Alec M. Lane, Gorham; Supervisor Everett E. Caiman, Hopewell: Supervisor John A. Page. Phelps: Supervisor A r t h u r E. Treble, Richmond; Supervisor W. Robert Lightfoote. Seneca; Supervisor Byron C. Blazey, Victor. The mayors will act as'coordih- ators in t h e i r respective ^itie« or villages, the supervisors will act in the rural area of their towns oat- side the cities or villages. Organizations List Dates with Chamber "A number of organizations have contacted the Chamber of Commerce office to list various meetings on the community events calendar." Mrs. Jean Anderson 1 hompson, secretary, said todav. None of the local x'outh organizations have been contacted but are urged to send in their meeting dales along with any other group that has not already been notified. A meeting of the hoard of directors is scheduled for tonight in the chamber offices at 7:30. HEIR TO $4,000 ESTATE Marie Bills, South Bristol, is named sole heir to the S4.000 estate of Ida M. Peloubet. Naples, who died Dec. 10. The will which had been admitted to probate here by Surrogate Frederic T. Henry names William P. Borden, Naples, executor. SACRAMENT is the Les£.-/n- Sermon subject for Sundav .Tan 11. -V .'.- . . . ' . " GOLDEN. TEXT: "The grace of the Lord Jesus- Christ,- "and i.fw- love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be w i t h YOU all" (1! Cor. 13.:14. SERMON: From the James version of the Bible: ( L u k e 22:14-17, 19). Correlative p a s s a g e s from "Science and Health with Key. to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy include: "Our MasteV faugh t no mere theory, doctrine, or- be? lief. It was the divine Principle of all real being which he taught and practiced . . . . Who is ready to follow his teaching and example? All must sooner or later p'fatit themselves in Christ, the true idea of God. . . . Our heavenly Father, divine Love, d'emands that all'men' should toiiow i h e example oi our Master-'and 'his apostles ancl not merely worship Ms 'personality. Jt is sad t h a t the phrase divine service has come so generally to mean public worship instead of daily deeds" (pp. 26. 54, 40). feme-Sullivan to Wed VflHjDocfor Announcement has bfeen made of tha "engagement. .of Miss . Anne Mary Sullivan, daughter of Mrs. Mark L. Sullivan, Gorham street, and the late Mr. Sullivan, to Lt. (j. g.) Robert C. Behan. MC-USNR. son Miss Man- K. O'Sullivan hat returned to Nazareth college,' Ro- c-Jie.ster, a f t e r spending the jholi- days with her parents, Mr t and a*Sl--JP. J. O'Sullivan, West 'Gibson street. In her senior year;:Miss QlSufifvan i s majoring in"sociiogy Pfc. Robert Housel has retiirned to Fort SiuV-Olda., after a 13-dav -furlough with' h'fcHparents, Mr* and Mrs. Laurence -Cooper, 303 feor- ham street. ·*? j Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. iem- men.s have returned to Bostori after spending two 'weeks witA his parents, Mr. and" Mrs. Jacob tem- mens, Davidson 'avenue. They were New Year's dav'guesfe of jvu's. j_,tmniens parents, Mr.? and Mrs. Michael Cubit t, Spencerport. Mr. Lemmens is st'iidyfng' at Massachusetts I n s t i t u t e of Technology - Louis- v-N. Slienkman/ Gorham street, has left to join Mrs. Sftenk- man at Miami Beach, Fla.. fo£ two months; He made'. the trip by irom .Rochester. Dr. and . Jlrs^ James-^ 130 Park street, expect about Mar. 1 to make their home in Charlottesville, Va, Mrs. ' Mai t- ' man's son, "George; Jones, fis a freshman at the --UniversitK of Virginia: }···} | Harold Gulvin aritf family, ?who had- been spending the holfcays ' Mrs. Elizfteth a g.)" Robert C."Behan."MC-USNR.' I vith his TM the! '- Mrs. Elizfteth son of Mrs. Joseph L. Behan and ! ^ am P son - County House road.|vith tfcev ]at£ Dr: BeRaiW of Brooklyn,!-^'T -? !St , er '.,. Ml :S- Roy Chfoey, " ' P h e I s - hav r - - T - , ' . , . : The wedding is tgrtake place" In |' PheI P s - have returned to their this" spring. " ' Dr. Veteran-" Admriist r a t i o n - h o s p i , , here. is a - r a d t i a l e of Seton ' f l a i l ! U l r a l ' " s t r u c t o r at Frewsburg,^ also college. South Orange. X. J.. and j was a v fication guest of his mother: Long Island .College of Medicine- spring. " , ; .-.v -- '-^ · ··- Ilon ^ m '^ftde IsJaad; where Mr. r. Behan. ,a«Hf stationed at t h e Gu .' vin ,'s an- mstrWdFin thestate ran-" Admfriist r a t i o n - hospital, i urtn ^rsity. Robert Gulvin, agricul- ' ~~ v · ,· j.-w'n.tiivi ^ ^ v j i , , ^ ^ v^i - * i v . t . ( . n _ u i c : and is a meifrber of Tlieta Kappa Psi fraternity. Miss Sulivan is a graduate of Cahajidaigua academy, and has completed'- a nursing' course at · Nazareth, college. Roch" ' ' "wjjei'e .'she "iS a senior and candidate" for Her B. S. degree. WOMEN OF MOOSE ! Mrs. G_ertrude Brahm, senior regent of Women of the Moose? hasi asked for a full attendance af the regular meeting in the Moose-jfclub tomemnv ;u S p. m. Special fmsi- ness'isto be considered. - ..- PLHVHOIISE* 2 Big Hits Now Playing Deaths Girl Scoot News TROOP We held our meeting Tuesday in St. Mary's church hall. We-discussed working on the winter sports badge and also decided to finish our clothing badge w i t h , a fashion show. It was learned at the meeting that our leader, Miss Margaret Andross, was taken ill and is in Thompson hospital, where the troop hopes she will get well soon. We closed our meeting \vilh a iirl Scout circle and song, "When E'er You Make a Promise."--Mary Jo Gretchen, scribe. :IKS. LESLIE f. BLISS Mrs. G e r t r u d e M o n t c r i e f f Bliss, 42. wife of Leslie M. Bliss, of Hoi- comb, Rl. died at the family home last evening after a long illness. Former resident of Canandaigua. she was horn in t h e town of Hopewell. Jan. 20. 1305. dnughtei of John J. and Mary Anne Blown Montcrieff. She was graduated from Canandaigua academy in 1925 and was a member r/f the Presbyterian church. Besides her husband, she leaves one son. Harold Leslie Bliss,"Hol- comh. R l : her mother. Mrs. Mary Montcrieff. t h i s city; one sister d three brothers, Mrs. Anna M. Ellis, t h i s city: Chester S. Mont- crieff. Wayland: Thomas J. Mont- crieff, Canada, and Frederick J. Montcrieff. East Rochester; also several nieces nnd nephews. Funeral services, vill be held Saturday at 2 p. m. frorn the Kennedy funeral chapel, Bristol street, and at ·" p. m. from Bristol Uni- versalist church. The Rev. Hardy Lumb, Presbyterian pastor, will officiate at t h e chapel and will assist the Rev. Robert Dick, pastor, at the church service. Interment will be in Evergreen cemetery, Bristol. MEMORIALS PERPETUATE MEMORIES GBO. L. MORE GJUNITE G@. Shown at :{:25--7 :»li--9:;-),) 2nd Hit Is there gombling In your high schodft ?·

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