The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 7, 1948 · Page 13
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 13

Canandaigua, New York
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
Page 13
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{THE DAILY; MlfflSSENGEg, (JAUANDAIUUA, fl. Y, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7; 19-IS Rug and Furniture Cleaning "Satisfied Patrons In Every Street" F I R 0 0 Z I Geneva, JL -¥. Phone HS2 Pickup and Delivery \VdnsMj j u. nas been estimated that poo- pies of the world drank 300 hil- i liou cups of tea in 1939. RADIO PROGRAM PAGE PIVB j Din-ins World War II, the U n i t 1 od States v i r t u a l l y ce;isd importing »i-een U-a. tlfcU REBUILT J^^e . * t \ I * . ^KHIrvh - ^*+ FULLY GUARANfcED UBERAl A U O W A N C I on yoor Old Cleaner (Eastern Standard Time) N"EW YORK, .¥--After announcing its next documentary would be "report card," based on "results of an exhaustive study" of the "crisis in American educa-! tion," -lie CBS network has d e - I ci(U'»l to postpone the program in- i d e f i n i t e l y . It originally had been j i for January 14, to run an h o u r . lien-ons given for the delay are lined in t h i s comment from CRS: "Complexities of the subject ,-r." l)i'"n discovered to be so j i t',tvat t h a t u dramatic treatment i | cannot be prepared this early to j i. mi-"- !i-" s i r i rulNats" our 'documen- i t a r v u n i t alreadv has established." i The r;'dio f u t u r e of Henry Morf i n . - t l l y lias been settled. He's ;'·'!!in;; :; new sponsor who will ret u r n him to the ABC network, v. h h - h he left Christmas eve at the of a n o t h e r contract. e : e i u r n s to the air January 29 :.'10 p. tit. IIS hop; 1 -; it lias .sonic-thin:; i ' - l i t in a new program to bo i a Sunday nigh! t r y O U t u n d e r t i i l c of "It's :i Great Town," tho chances t h a t it will re- .irn laic-: 1 as a t e g u l a r series. Tho .·IMS for the broadcast is a Mr. and Mrs. Radio Team conducting : i n t e r v i e w s in a representative Am- : town about its o u t s t a n d i n g ' df. i - l ' i p m e n t oi' accomplishment. Km- t h i s hr-ondcast it will be t o n , \ r . V. l)'-\-c|opni'"-til for t o n i g h t : NlU.' j |II::;D i-;oh Hop,- 10 t a k e ovei- 'o . i i n i m y D u r a n t e in the second week of iiis absence for an operation. It is estimated that 47 percent of all rural hijhv?j-c in the United States are surfaced. Farmers own 20 per cent of all licensed automobiles in the United States. The famous coffee houses of London sold more tea than any I other beverage. ' I CARSON FURNITURK Eating forks were not used [commonly u n t i l the 18th century. COMPANY 71 South Main St. . ' . 1OC3OC 1OE3OE JOC2G! IOC3O lo a !O If You Live on North Buffalo or Ohapei Street, and Bssire the DAILY D to be delivered by carrier M 9 --Phone O n O o C H I L D R E N A N D P E T O X _ Jerry t h e o x , bought ·· -"He, larmer near Minneapolis, as potential steak, now is a. *iiulle) and (ieft to rijjhl) Kenny, 9, Francis, 11, Gene, 5 during Uie meat shortage by Harry pet of the children, Charles 3 (at , Billie, 12, and Wallie, 13. O D O T» · t 1 imsioi -MHK. H. K. M A R T I N Holcomb Kl '·Canandaigua Representative M. Wilkinson R. I). 2 Phone 1158-J '«WWW»Aftfl*at^tfiftf^^^^!fe^ 1-islenitiK t o n i R h t : N B C -- R J-.-nnis D u y : R:.'0 Gildersleeve: !):3C. D i s l r i f l A t t o r n e y ; 10 Bk; Story drama. CBS -?:.·?() Club Crosby; 8:30 !'r. Chri.slian d r n m a ; 9 New t i m e for- Mark ' Warnow music; fl:.?0 S\vconey and March; 10:30 Escape a d v e n t u r e drama. ABC-8 Mayor of Town; 8:30 Vox Pop in Philadelphia; 0 Abbott and Co.stello; 10 Bins Cro.-:by and Walter O'Keefe; 10:30 Tnnv M a r t i n . Alan Young. .MBS--8 Scarlet Queen advent u r e : 9:30 Racket Smashers; 10 California melodies. Thursday programs: NBC--10 a. m. Fred Waring music; 1:15 p. m. discussion "Emergency Care of A u t o Injuries;" 5:30 Plain Bill; 7 Radio Supper club; 9 Al Jolsbn a n d Win. Powell . . . CBS--2 Second Mrs. Burton; 3:30 House P a r t y : 6:15 Of Men and Books, new t i m e ; 8 FBI in Peace and u ai ; ;j:,xi L.rnne jHliotog . . .ABC · 1 1 a. fi\. Tom Breneman; 2:30 p. m. Bride and Groom; -5:30 Fra:iki« Carle h a n d ; 8:30 The Clock drama; 10:30 Lenny Herman .qitintcl . . . MBS 12 noon K a t e S m i t h Speaks; 2 p. ni. Queen forji Day; -5:15 Johnson Family: ,S:1: Vera Holly show; 9:15 Real L i f e drama. ! BRISTOL--Miss Barbara Mari ble is attending the Rochester i School of Commerce. : K a r l Marhli- and f a m i l y have i moved to !lieir new home in Bris- j tol Center. j Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holcomb | I and d a u g h t e r were Sunday guests j of .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- | bcrt Yule in Rochester. ! M.--S. \Villiam Mosher has re- | t u r n e d home, after an extended ! | visit w i t h her son. Francis Mosher I and f a m i l y in Alabama. | Mrs. W i l f r e d Ward and Mrs. L. j Gilburt a ' t o n d e d the funeral of | Earl Schmid. Honeoye. in Rochester on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wheeler have been spending some time "at the Sperry 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. 'nick. Mr. i UICK ajiri Mr. bristish are class mates at the Rochester-Colgate Divinity school. Mrs-. Henry Killips, Honeoye, v/as a recent guest of her sister, | and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cnso. Mrs. Larry Burri wh.o lias been ill at her home here has been removed to Thompson hospital. Mr. and Mrs. El wood 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 t h i s week, in observance of World Wide Wc-ek of Prayer, J a n . -!-10. T h o i i i ' M i i L such services was held in t h e Methodist Church Sunday evening, when a film, ".Tairus' Daughter" was shown. -The second service will be held tonight at S p. ro. in the Baptist Church, w i t h the Rev. J. Wesley Babcock. past or of the Methodist C h u r c h , speakr-r. Third and last of the services will be held a! S p. m. Sunday evening, in t h e Presbyterian Church, w i t h t h e Rev. D a r i u s ' M . R a t c l i f f , pastor of t h e Baptist Where Could You Find y Farm Today? .Back in the days before electricity; automobiles, telephones and radios, farm life v/as a lonely life. But not so today. You'd h«\e 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 dozens of other chores on the modern faroi. 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 will be speeded until service is available to every farm in the entire area. Ihten to the R. G. E. Farm News Ever\ Friday at ] 2: ] 5 over Station }\'HAM. C h u r c h , d e l i v e r i n g t h e sermon. OVERCOME YOUR Oifficultios by leaning ami using 'Jhe r.lessen- aer Classified Ads. Y O U R C O M P A N Y O R P H A N -- Johanna Hendrika Lcijdekkers, 6, Dutch,war orphan, hugs hrr foster-daddy, singer Jack Smith, and her new doll as she arrives in \e\v York on a trip arranged by the Foster Parents Plan for War Children. George Qoran, Circulation Bffgr. Fitting Most Ev Figure Is Our Check Over This Lineup of Nationally Famous Fav R£NGD BESTFORM M y*(^\ \\uHij ·?'- ' ' i V^rrHi M : - Mf . V i' RENGO The Famous Name for a Famous Garment FRONT HOOK GIRDLE $J98 BESTFOBM No finer fit at anv ririce Lovely line:; ar,;' that long-torso look :iro yours naturally w i t h a gcnfli. 1 mo!;?- injr--the n r l l ' u l designing--th? firm curve control of our famous Brstform Foundations. * i- -iy^l M Foundation AS LOW AS IUNITY STORE P. N, Practical Front Slims a Large Figure Designed especially to help · smooth, and support mature figures. Diagonal bands of rubber under the laced front, control lummy bulfte. eliminate bark strain and reduce fatigue. * 5 0 5 50 to $Q50 Sizes 24 to 40 'Lengths for " Every Figure Type IJiflrx* is the only foundation w i t l i i n n e r - h e l l control built in! The two p a t e n t e d elastic front srcMons, give the f i l m abdominal support needed. N'o bcits, no b i n d i n g , no i i o t h c r ! Junior Girdles S/198 4 In nylon lono-elastic with vertical stretch satin elastic hack and rigid rayon satin front. I'antie garters are detachable. Nude and 1 white. Sizes 24 to 28. .Whether it's a bra or foundation .. . our trained corsetiere will be glad to personally supervise your fitting . . . and if necessary, make any alterations free of charge. THE UNITY So. Main St STORE Canandaigua, N. V.

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