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frAGETWO \ THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. T., TUESDAY, JULY 120th Anniversary of ! w t^rleans Church Ends ' 'With Fitting Program "**·· · ORLEANS -- The celebration of flit 130th anniversary of Ihe Orleim-; Baptiet Church came to a close with the Sunday afternoon meeting held at 3:30 o'clock. ' Rev. Paul Conrad of Syra, promotional director of the ·Ute, gave an inspiring address Uting as/9/text, these words, "This liTftie victory that ovcrcometh the ·wiorid, even our faith." The pastor. Rev. Harry M. Shepson talked on ·Milestones" of the church's history, relating numerous interesting jtMJWnts. One was in regard to the bell, which called the community fpr'worship for a long period of time, and after the disastrous fin- TUlien. .21 buildings in the village were; ".destroyed, was recast anc. placed in 'the new church edifice. tile inscription on it reads: "Orleans Bell Destroyed by Fire. April 16,, 1910. Re-cast by McShane Bell Foundry Oct. 30. 1911." Mr. Shep- MANCHESTERITES SLATEJTCNICS Eratemal Groups, Church Will Hold Outdoor Gatherings "MANCHESTER -- The annual i:cnic ofondalinda Rebekab Lodg · ^rhich was scheduled for today. Tilesday,' has'been postponed until Wednesday, July 19. The picnic .will b^ held "at Roseland Park. Canandaigua Lake. ^!T£^V.,Women's Christian Tem- i36rancc--IInion of Manchester na^e IHLCJ jjxco-iucw m.- m\* ^.«.*w *--.-postponed 'their picnic, which was mg a n the meetings. Friends and to be held at the home of Mrs. Ber- former members were present from nafd Dubler" today, until a later Wolcott, Rochester. Shortsville. will be announced Canandaigua. Gypsum, Phelps. Clifton Springs. Attica. Syracuse. Accused Son HOLCOMB CLURS son concluded his remarks with the thought. "I have fought a good fight" in relation to the church and its place in our community. Music was furnished by a large j chorus, composed of members of j the choirs of Gyp.sum. Phelps and i Orleans. A vocal solo was given by Leigh Falkey. of Phelps. with his All Miss Falkoy. as accompanist. songs used durinc the three sessions, wore those written by Rev. Robert Lowry. The Rev. Roy Moulton. of Gypsum, pronounced the benediction at the close of the service. At the morning meeting held at 9:30 Rev. R Emerson Snethen. pastor of the Clifton Springs Baptist Church, gave an interesting talk on "Altar Building." Special music was furnished bv the chorus and a list was read" containing names of several former members who regretted their inability to be present for the services. Among them were Rev. Albert P. Fox. of Batavia. a former pastor: Daniel A. Noble and daughter. Mrs. T. Jay Mason, both of Ontario and Mrs. Elbert D. Deane. of Binghamton. The Saturday evening meeting was also well attended and enjoyed. The World Wide Guild put their usual inspiration into the play. '120 Radiant Years." which was very well rendered. The musical program preceding it contained a pleasing variety with the following special numbers: Instrumental duet. Misses Phyllis Corbin and Alice McCarthy; violin solo. Eugene Rogers, of Shortsville: vocal duet, Miss Corbin and Avery L. Hollens beck; vocal solo. William Holdforth j of Shortsville. with violin obligato by Mr. Rogers and Mrs. Harry M. Shepson. piano accompanist. The latter presided at the piano dur- Although he said his mother, Mrs. EHsa Emery accompanied him voluntarily, Hubbard Middlecoff, 36 (above) wa« held in Stockton, Calif., on a charge by Mrs. Olga Cbadd. his mother's nurse, that he kidnaped his mother from Stockton. GRANGE PLANS OUTDOOR MEET Bloomfield Group Arranges Tureen Supper and Program EAST BLOOMFIELD -- Preceding the regular meeting of East Bloomfield Grange Wednesday evening, a tureen supper will be Three Groups To Meet On Thursday; Coinings and Goings HOLCOMB -- Wayside Seekers Club will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Roy McMann. The program will include a poem. "A Summer Day." Guest, by Mrs. Mae E. Gilmorc. and a paper on "Woody Plants That Tolerate Shade," by Mrs. Milton Phillips. Birthday Group Members of the Birthday club will hold their monthly luncheon meeting Thursday with Miss Leah Wheeler at South Bloomfiekl. T Bridge Club Weekly meeting of the T. Bridge Club will be held Thursday evening with Mrs. Harold Hendershot. Holcomb Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Fowler and son. Harold, of Elmira. were Sunday vistors of Miss Janet Kent. Mr. and Mrs. George Lonthaire and family, of Rush; Mrs. Laura Rowland and family, of Mendon Center, and Harmon Appleton. of Geneva, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Appleton. Andrew Cotter and family, of Victor, were Sunday guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Cot- j t e r . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rauscher and family, of Coldwater; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mallaber. Sr.. of Mendon. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barter of Rochester, were Sunday guests of , Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxby. I Mr and Mrs. Walter Bentley, of Honeoye Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Day. of Rochester, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Day. Edward McCarthy. Jr.. underwent j a tonsil operation Monday at Me! morial Hospital. Canandaigua. i Mry Elizabeth McKee. infant I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert MeKee, is convalescing from a re- j c e n t operation at Memorial Hospital. Canandaigua. Misses Ann Rayburn. Betty Culver. Madeline McWilliams, Gladys Accuses Band Leader E?: 100F OFFICERS ARE INDUCTED Jay Rudai Installed As Noble rGand In Shortsville Ceremonies Fred Heikell. 32-year-old Brooklyn, N. Y., orchestra leader, was freed in Erie. Pa., in 53,500 bend on a charge of aggravated assault and battery involving 19-year-old Elaine Beard (above), shown recovering in an Erie hospital. The girl told police she wa«: struck on the head during a party. CU. A\J · ,*J\J V V,1\_*V-"- »JJ.i L i * l _ » f c « . . . . m . .... open air meeting in charge of I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hendershot. | will follow. I To Meet At Lake ! Friendship Class of the Congregational Church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Summer shortly. v . ~ £ -- w - j^»^lf.r~a Post Bible Class of the! Seneca Castle. N. Y.. and Sayre. Po j ~ el T ve£ f at 7:30 0 - c iock on the lawn. Manchester" Methodist Church will j hrtd-^ife- annual picnic Wednesday j «mcrnoon-a1r the home of Mr. and | Knprf |*rs. Julian Fish at 3 o'clock. I" i,£S,S° SrJS^r.S I To. Meet Wednesday hold a'Steak roast Thursday even-1 nesaay aiiernoon at me omumci at Woods Lions Den in Shorts- REED CORNERS -- A regular | nome O f Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stew- .-, f^f.t-lt-tn- ^T T}AAt3 f^nrmsrc f I ^T 1 £lT"lO"P ! . _ j --i 3 ^ : ~ . , ^ T ,-.]-« A T I I V C I A V V i Iffle at'.7 : o'clock. Out of town gues Jmvg "been invited from Clifton Springs and" Victor._ -i The annual picnic of the Man- ihwter Baptist-Church will be held '-- - - ' 20-at Mendon Pond. fe' B'-t!WOYellrwill'''be -in charge of tran^B^gK" JeSse Draper will have- Haage^of "entertainment, Mrs. Hu^i-^wjteB, Mrs. ~Jesse Draper and Mrss/Blanche Chambers will be ih"SiaTge of the food. - - ---~ '"i'day. July 19. the Ran- meeting of Reed Corners Grange | art at Canandaigua Lake. A tureen | will be held Wednesday evening a t ; (jinner will be served at 1 o'clock. j 8 o'clock. The program is in charge chojr gocia , Fridav | Tne choir of the Congregational hurch will hold a social gath _ riday evening with the Rev. bakine content will b° ! Mrs - W. Heber O'Hara at the . baking c °» te " tB ^ 0 °t sonage..Rehearsal will be held from j ,' ,, T-9O tn s-1=i n'olnrk at fhp church. I Lavern Gage and Mrs. Howard Mumby. Wesley and Eva Buck have been attending Camp Woodside, Girl Scout camp in the Bristol Hills. Miss McWilliams was registered for the two week period. Mrs. F. H. Kent and daughter. Janet, and Mrs. L. H. Jones wen recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. J French in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. George Saxby have had as their guests. Leo Hogan of Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weidrick Mrs. Anna Kerber and Mrs. Dennis Hayes, of Rochester Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooley Seneca-Gorham School Election Set Tonight STANLEY -- Annual school meeting of the Seneca - Gorham Central school district will be held this evening in Central High School at Gorham. A member of the board of education will be elected in place of Ernest Hey. whose term of office expires and the annual budget will be submitted for approval. BEAD THE DAILY MESSENGER SHORTSVILLE -- Installation ceremonies were held last evening, at the regular meeting of the Parlor Village Odd Fellow Lodge held in the Lodge Temple. District Deputy Durwood B. Coots of Manchester, assisted by his staff, formally seated these officers, elective: Noble Grand, Jay Rudat and vi:e grand. Henry Tobias; appointed, right support noble grand, Leon VanOrman; left support noble grand, Joseph Salansky; warden, Carl Clement; conductor, Walter Rice; chaplain, Abbott Hessney: inside guardian, Alton Bowman; outside guardian, Eugene Rogers; right support vice grand, Albert Dunlap; left support vice grand, Earl Keyes; right scene supporter, Elmer Whittaker; left scene supporter, Darwin Matthews; sitting past grand, Durwood Ogden. Shortsville Briefs Mrs. Harold Y. Chambers is enjoying a week's vacation from her duties at the Shortsville Post Office. The Ontario County Postmasters' Association will hold a regular meeting this evening in Clifton Springs at the home of Mrs. Louis Bement, president of the group. Robert and Dorothy Nichols of Pittsford were recent · guests of their cousin, Dorothy Mae Cooley, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Braiden of Rochester, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Schaefer in Water Street. Martin Dykeman will return home to Manilus tomorrow after having been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and family for the past ten days. ace**'"* ':' . . . They're the Smartest Summer Footwear! Ease your feet into a pair of open-air sandals for real summer comfort, and you'll be dressed for any accasion. Women's Bathing Slippers 45* to $1.15 Women's Beach Sandals $1.15 to $1.75 Men's Bathing Slippers 60* to $1.75 Davidson S on and Mrs. Lester L. Boy an | J-,olr) TMVc Tnhn RYiqs Mrs RplmOnt SOnagC-neilcaiaai iviil uc nciu J.KJH. , iv j.l. anu i.iiJ- ~~~vv,- -- T * ; ' v * l a n i MTM Tr^h P~TM Z - 7:30 to 8:15 o'clock at the church, and son. Charles, of Rochester. Voorhees and Mrs. Joseph P^nz^-i TM ° mnnmfi .,, Rripfs i ,, s . indav BUest s of his mother. ; . Class of ..the -Baptist gntertain. their wives at '«f the home of R. B. Crow- ella will be judges. The Rev. Forrest Fordhp.m will describe his trip ro the San Francisco Fair. Refresh- beserved A regular meeting of ' t h e Beehive g East Bloomfield Briefs j were Sunday guests of his mother. Mrs. Gertrude Dibble, with Mr. i Mrs. Zadie H. Boylan. ! and Mrs. Wesley Dibble and son. of i Fred Reifstack. who has been ill j Fairport. are spending a week in ' for several days at the home of Mr. j ew Jersey. ' i and Mrs. William Beaton has been i Albert Neenan. of Martisco, was | removed to Memorial Hospital, · : ~" Manchester Briefs '* Barnes Craig. California, was a recent guest at the home of his brother, Charles Craig. A regular meeting 01 me jtseeiuve ....^i.. .· -- ~- -- E.4ing g SocieTv wilfbe held Thurs- a weekend guest of ms parents, Mr. Canandaigua. da'v afternoon at the home of Mrs. and Mrs William Neenan Mamie Miles and Mrs. Hannah] Mr. and Mrs. Wa.ter \V. Dax _a_nd children were Sunday guests of Mrs. Alice Anderson in Rochester. Mrs. Reports On Farm Products Mosher. , . Mr and R M^ 1 °John Smtton were j Ev^T Caston!" who had been w i t h , ' Rosamond Merrill, a 1939 grafi- j host ; to the Pollock reu nion Sat- ! Mrs. Anderson io r several days, re-: iiate of Syracuse Normal School, is ; d There were 40 present from j turned. i .visiting at the home of Mr. ana | Geneva penn Yan and Potter . j Mr. and Mrs. Duaolph Guelzo»v ( Mrs. Marshall Garno. i Dinner and supper was served on ! were recent guests en their aaugm-. · The Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Kinner ^" i^ vn H | er. Mrs. Maynard Snrieve. in j jind family visited relatives in El- Reed Corners Briefs j Brighton. i rfu f" n " lost iv 5Q-75c. few fancy 85c- -mira. on Sunday, and during the .^ Rmh Smith of H opewell. is' Mr. and Mrs Arthur Greenfield y · 2 -_ 40c . , ounrf Evening they witnessed the dedica- \ . di few davs with M r. and and sons. Wauer and Robeit. o,L ; ... 40c . wa: . liofl and lighting of Watkins Glen ^TM*^^ otis . ' Rochester, were Sunaay guesus of J :££?,· ^ u i5c . sl _ Nca ,,, scc . "" -- -H,v ,nn a ; ^ M i s s ^^ Roa , ^ Dori, M. ^M^.^uel Wrd^ce ,, j t ^ b «. bskt.'. Bountiful 25-75c Bi"ham George Prankisn a n d ' Al^ Jane K.^an. 01 Kocnt.. L t. is Harr? Menter spent Sunday with spending the Summer wiin her Mrs. Frank Dadey and a ?c6usto. Miss Harriett Wickv.-ire. oi; Earre. accompanied the VEGETABLES BEANS--Upstate bu. bskt.. Boun- wax 25c -Si.25: CONNOLLY'S SELLS FOR LESS! . e Bernard Dubler i s confined ; ' Qhi Rev and Mr- Ralph Ross at ' with : spencn^ cranbc rry 75c- Con- ; grandmother. Mis. Jonn i uzn.or : ns. Mrs William Henry en-! ' Mr.s. Lloyd Smith, of Brockport. " the "followinc at dinner i is spending some time with her Mr and Mrs." Frank Pu!-j sister. Mrs. Steriinc Melvii e. ! Mr. and Mr?. Carl Becker, who have been spcnciin:: some lime with SDn~Harry. visited" their daughter.; Children. JJonald'."Donna" arid Gail !·« p;in-nt.-. Mr. and Mr-. 3:unn-l - by illness. HaroldTlyan visited his wife, who ·Kcpnfined to Mount Morris Sam- tariumvon Sunday. "'rARRAnF- CABBAGt ,,.· -- ver and daughters Jane and Elaine: Mr. and Mrs. Myron Huxley and Mr an(j Mn . \vallace Porter anfi .«», TJ*w*f tricif oH i" ViPll" nn 11 Oil i PI". · . ., - »-^ i · ·*-%._.,..-.,, -~, T-^i-I f~^.'t il r. old cro toppcct. unwashed. Sl-1.25. c;;:orn N. - at Mrs. Clarence Hebblethwaite Jordan on Saturday. Mre. Helen Davidson. Rochester. visited her daughter. Mrs. Vincent .O'Donnell on Sunday. BREAD MAKING CONTEST HALL '-- Hall Grange will hole , d a p j c . its last Summer meetinn at the home of Mr. and Mrs Edwin Smith on Saturday.; making contest of Shortsville; Mr. and . ami"M? -and"M«7 Delbert Dewcy.: \VaUarr have taken an apartmtul · S^ in Canandaisun. Mrs. Mary McCarthy and son. p-vcy. Miss Marie O'Brien. Euaene ill Milton O'Brien nnd Mr:-. B. P. 4.,TM r CELERY -- Orange County. ra v :y \.--rieties. \va--hed. half crt., vanoii:-, sii-'es. larce SI.25-2. mostly Jl^O-2 r-.rdiimi SI-1-75. mostly Si_25-;0. ·:ii.:iii 75f-Sl: hich ball crl.. 75c-S- iiid snvai) MJ S .- .^.o. Ernest VanD-ne, Rochester: rr pled a po:sition of librarian ;ii Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Perry. Webster: p 0 nnhkeepsie. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet t O'Brirn. Ro- Susan Gritlin. Ruth Chamber:Chester and Mr. and Mrs. Charters Dorothy Crowcll and Marjorir Phil- ·Smiih of Rochester: Mrs. Anpu.- ] CV p ]aii to attend the WWG House Palmer. Sodus: Mrs. Frank Hufi- p a rtv at Kcuka Park. l.Kginninu iHsn, Mrs. Hden Howe arti Mrs.' j u } V 23. Edith Hoser. Mr?. Fannie Alpicrs. who h;is Roche.-tfr . Mr. and Mrs. Artlnir McArdle oi ] C c n visiting a son at Fairport. ha:Ovid. visited relatives and Iriends returned to make her home with hi Manchester on Saturday. Mr. Flora Post. Mrs. Margaret O'Brien and tiau- and Jane, all of RTV Mr. ' :nd Mrs Ev'T'-n Gardnrr and chikin-n T ;.-]·· and Gracr. oi Alamo Tcxn- nave arrived r :-)rnfi son 1 . 0 timr wi'h h«'i' molh«T. Mr:-. Nrttie Gilbert, and brotln-r. lym Gllb'Tl, ai-.fi :;t;:i3"y ircy I.'iomi-. o} Pyr^rusr. : h^r vnrannn w i t h rci- · :i::d in H!:H-"Y" Falls. Mrs. Gmruc Par"!^!''. of -A'-rv Sunday cr,csl,- o1 Mr. and Mrs Henry M. Panm-ir. Miw- Brr-nda Palmer, ol Rorh- cstvr. was a wcciifnd nwst "i h^r . . . Mr.-. Victoria Robfrt.- and rfau- · parent 1 -. Mr. ar.d Mr:of Bay . N. -J.. are vi.~-.it fUJicra. rvvgiii«i «iuu v^n-- «^« j ^/- *»^ u i u v i . ua j^t f x*jmt^- .-· -;·· ·"· ^ Chester, are visiting Mrs. O'Brien".- j n? the Jormcr's mothrr. Mrs. Jam sister. Mrs. Mary Lankford. Walter Dilsworth. Buffalo, is vi.-- iling'at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ji*n Haydcn. · Mrs. John Boardmaa. Jr. ant3 Daughter. Margaret, have bepn visiting in Horncll Werner. Mrs. Marietta Hawkcs ^nd MI Fannie Hickmonl will f.pcnd '.'i wc-rt: at Hawkes cottage on Canai «Aiqua Lake. Mr. and Mr.-. Ffrnu- Tf-nnity ! Rochester, were recent visitors Palmer. Ronald DfBow ol Hsini!', ;rda. ::- ih^ tziifst n} his a 1 Fred DeBcr.v. antJ other : :id -irall :?5-40c: in thc n ·hirds cvt.. various sixes $l.2o-J. b'.mcbf.- 1 do/ stalks li-.rpr 25- r ^r *;· w Jcrsrv. early vari;-tu - s. ;n in' i-f-iinh. two-thirds crt.. various u-*'~ c } "S-'' M) -riny poor lowrr: v:ash»'(i L-Tf rrt.."varies s^rs Sl-l.o^j^mv S.75-2. prwor and sma1 r0-75f. PEAS M.idi.-on Counly. b". b.'k:.. ::riv -.ari'.'U'-s. lair 1" o-.dir.aiy 6-5- ·.-.(.'son:-' fl'V-51. poorrr SO-iVir. TOMATOES Hud'-on Valley -^r'-'cii and tu^i-iir!. JU' 1 . C:7 7-ic-Sl. FK11TS You'JJ be Wearing WHITE for Summer Comfort ... Style Sof Sun-Back DRESSES Specially Featured at Just arrived! A new shipment of eye-catching comfort-giving washable Printed Piques in sun-back styles for Summer! Choose from a rainbow assortment of gay colors especially favored this season. Cut and expertly tailored in comfortable, figure-flattering tyles for warm weather. At this special low price they offer value you can't afford to miss! COME IN vours now! Sizes from 12 to 10 White MARKET REPORT BLACK BKRHIES ] v pi b-Vi . i n n - t l y ' Ul|£ Mi *»V* AH..H, i 4 i*.H.,J it-Tl'v.! - « ^ ' *- ' -^" - - . 'William Cain. Rochester, has ]-, r nO rn C ol her parents. Mr. b«n visiting at tlv- home of hi grandparent*. Mr. and- Mrs. Mil- chcll Bennett. Lena Hcssaiey. who is employed in RocliBfiter. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jame-s Hrssnry. recently. ' Mrs. Marie Galbraith is ailfncSinc the Summer .sefKion ol GencseD Normftl School. NeiA ol the birth ol a sm-j t o M'' jiixl Jlrs. Ctiailes BurcharrJ. Bi-.-." P«.. lirjiier residents ol Man-lir-i ( : w«.«. BBceivwi here Satirrdar. MrT CUum Smith. Mrs Car::' Or*h»l," 'Mr» Edith Hos-r-y. MT.- 8t«r«-art Hawkes. Mrs. Joseph ATI- dfX-son, Mr.v Emma Moon. Mrs. A C. Ry«n »nd granddaughter. Maiy Dcniu Ryan, enjoyed a pifT.ir si:i - prr at Ha»'k« cott^e oil Cf;r.;:i;.%; . fva Lake on Monday evtmiK- -Mn', Henben Deane. Mr Jfrthor Deane and chil- Mr ar- Hrssnry. Jennie Mosc-s. d a u c h i r r i and Mrs. Georgf- Moses ha:-. the position ol filth cru at Savannah. Mr. and Mrs. John M--S1-]?): Pi r' r i};]ev. spf-nt Sundny .it t j v h r : ol John John?on. Charlotte Quiulcy Irlt Sunday vir-.it h.f'T lather in Niagara Fall- : z If-?. 1 rlay:-. Inland Kinr/r. so Mr.'. E. L. Kinn-r-r. i.- homr ol Mr, and ?TK7:y in Savannah Pf.'CT Ros=- NfwarV.. ";;* * :f·"·"·'·' visitor at The home m MIS parm;, 1 ?1i. a/id li?:?. Wa?vl R-05.S M:. and Mrs. Edward Smith ol Rof-hcftf-r. spent Sunday at thr r,ojr:f' ol Mr. anel Mrs. F/dwin Smith Mijirfrt Farchild and Mr.-.. A. J. Gri?v?on will attend Cazenovia CUPRANTS Hutl. · i;; Tjbck "1-V-. T! d GOO51 ; .BKKH1KS · . qt 1. VI . 1J-1.V- JT.- f -1 r i' '. K-kl . J!-2'ir'. CHERRIES - i f ( - i van'''i r "-. . r ; ( i ; ; - v . i M f ] ' - - q t . flirnax osk 1 .. -50-r.Sr. sum" 1"".- C(/;ri- . i-iriorf'!' a r r i vrnall :':' V-.-!:' ^'i-^ r - i.=.-i7 i-2r. P,; a '···:. P M R V 1'KOni T r..' Hr-. 1 . Mr- C. K"- " VII. Urthor Deane and chil- , Summer school of Missions. This ."Tnid Arthur Tx-ane attended , year will romplet* Mildred's Join Qreen family reunion at Wav- year course. «n Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bishop are IMT.Uf GORHAM / (,ri J f · "/, '· TO.i.T: ]l. Rff-d Coir,"i ritojy rsfiT''!: ent Gr/rharr; me T:JJ t- * r, HI /.j ·: propa-f-r] r-x- ·T.'.-- -?.-o-;:ri n-jf-'.-xif '/'. f-iirrounoirjc; t'-r- , f-a.-v ol thr prf-f- rjistrif. The hear- 2 to o GOOD BT'YING and selling hints bitter Mason, daughter of Mr.! visiting at thr farm of lier pr^nd · v/il] be found daily throughout the r.tfdiims Mn. Clinton Maon, ha« ac- i fatlicr, I'tank Hallock. in BriiUil. i cla.ssified columns, '"' *"' """ CliFESK ~E^~. 14914 (·;· Mixed Color.-: ir.f:v 19-22 S-4r: 'tanda ]fi ]-2r: -ffor;ds ;, l-2c; .dirtif: . ; -'v4c: average check.- 14 j-4c. 14 to esti. s If, 1-2(. Xo. 1. !.-. Sharkskin SUITS $B9S ("(uil, crisp whites, and pastels too, in sharkskin. Summer's smartest dress - up fabric. These arc the suits you'll Avear for every warm weather occasion. K x i] u i s 5 tely tailored models in a complete raniL'c of .-izcs for v.o- men, Misses, juniors. Soil resistant and washable. Special Lot Summer Handbags While Sharkskin Dresses $5.95 Kvcry Size For Women, Misses and Juniors. Many Styles Siimnif'r -wardKil-x' is not fomplflc U'lthoul a1 leasl nv' ·st frisp. TOO], rjf-v.- irofks oi wa^haWe shari:s);in. Tliey'rr worn rvervwhrrr. and they arc cool and stylish lor every ·ion. Pastels, loo. C O N N O L L Y ' C DEPARTMENT STORED

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