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THE JDA1LY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y« WEDNESDAY, JULY 12.1989. IN SCHOOL Classes Get Un- iy; fiorham Girl Jlcads Faculty V ~ r f £ *----- RWftfttfj* -- Dail Vucatlop ·Milt School opened Tuesday moni- for a two weeks' period, with Kindleberger, of Gorhnii. In dfciflt, and an enrollment of 19 nvMte More children were expected L MiroO fcter, and all childien bc- twvfcn the ages of 4 and 12 are wel- Mf *|MA * The faculty of the school is: Mi 48 Attend 14th Reunion of Pupils of Mrs. H. W. Fitch RU8HVILLB -- The 14th annual reunion of the boys and girls who called Mrs. Horace W. Fitch, teacher during the yeais 1899 to 1905 when she taught in this community, was held Saturday afternoon at Rushville mio. *' ****** a*w^ww her lormei scholars as they arrived, and all were espcially glad to welcome one who was present for the first time, Dorothy Jones Krein of Dansville Mr. Krein and their two daughters School House. Mis. Fitch greeted Others attending were Mr. and **=*;»«=;«»£; s JS-sr" oenm Mr Mrs. Elliott, primary leader, Rita Oorbit, beginners' leader; Mis? LcllrCHirlc, musical director; the Slants' are n jean McFadden and Lctfn Pratt. More helpers would br Pciry, W. Biodgett Mrs Oli\e Button ol Mrs. Kathenne . of Lazarus, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnion, Mrs. Effa H. Ferfuson. Miss MaM Voorhees. Walter Beckett, Frank Ai* gell, Mrs Ann» Murray and Mrs. Ruth B. Halstead, of this place. Following dinner served to 46 under the chairmanship of Mrs. Lillian Turner, the old bell in the cupola rang to call the company to the study hall where Mrs. Fitch presided over a short business meeting. Mrs. Mabel Thomas, Mrs. Effa Ferguson, Mrs. Alice Biodgett, Fred Powers and Walter Beckett and Mrs. Turner were named in charge of the 1940 reunion. The collection to defray the expenses of the gathering ,, studied are music, fcattdwork"'" worship and memoiy v/orlc. There are play and recrpatior period* a$ well as general assembly A "program will be presented U (he.public at the close of the school Move to Caledonia Mrs L P Worden, Mrs. Clara Twitchell and Mrs. Fitch of Canandaigua; Mrs Alice Blair Biodgett and son" and daughter of Benton; Miss Mary Seamans and Mrs. Anna Wood and daughter of East Canandaigua lake shore; Mrs. Maude Stanton of Rochester and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Powers and daughter, Doris . V,, ....... amounted to $7 which was not all Kinkade, j needed for expenses the balance of I about $250 being put in the tieas- urei's hands. Some discussion was held on the · Goodrich son of Mr and 1 ano granddaughter Doiorer. Miss D Goodrich, of Rush- Caroline Hunter, Mrs Oliver Hunter, " Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Lazarus, Miss Mabel Biodgett, Mrs Lillian Turner, Mrs. Mabel Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Thomas, Mrs. Ada Universalist Women Plan Party Friday SOUTH BLOOMFTELD -- "Justa-Mere" party will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Comfort on Friday afternoon under auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Bristol Universalist Church. Mrs. Earl Comfort is chairman of the committee in charge with Mrs. George Morse, Mrs. Roy Miller and Mrs. Robert Hinds assisting. A picnic supper will be served at 5 o'clock. Birthday Club Session Miss Leah Wheeler will be hostess to the monthly luncheon meeting of the Birthday Club Thursday. Guests will include Mrs Ray Gonyne of Rochester; Mrs. Percy Pettit of Shortsville; Mrs. Floyd D. Canandaigua; Mrs. 6tr$r"v»»« e i u. uwv....^-, -- -- vine "Who has been assouatert witn Archie. M. Thayer. funeral directoi o* Perm Yan, for the past 13 yeais he* resigned his position inth Mr TKiy*rand entered a partnership with Ef J- Sabin, funeral duector 01 Cftledoua. "" "' RnshvlHe Briefs Mrs Charles Zimmeiman and sof Obarles, of Rutherford, N. J itoently visited at the home of he- i lece Mrs. Fred Wild. Mr' and Mrs. Arthur Hill have le- iJSiLto their home at Boston, Mass.,-after spending a wee* with "er mother, Mrs. Orra Olmstead Mrs." 'OJmstead went horrw with Jean Conklin of Gorhsm, is -pending a week with hei grano- ^ B Elmer Hav lev "Barbara Voorhees and Jean TMhSis' will leave Friday uj spena sTweek at the conference at Welu CqlleRe,' Aurora, as delegates from the congregational Sunday Schooi W laia Mrs. M. R. Bay and Mrs. V-W'Biodgett were in Syracuse Sundav to attend parents' day ar ^State. Sheldon Bay and Earl Jr., are attending. Mrs. Charles Linkner, of recently visited her ; Anna Headlcy and ^ ,,«* the weekend Mr and E llaynard Linkner and daugn- ' ''Rochester, were also guests a h e ' t i e a d l e y home. ~||£ and Mrs. Lelanfl Voorhees -two children, of Rochester, re, visited his parents Mi. and Mrs S. E. Voorhees. -lilt. Bfr' 1 Potter and two sons Oi fort Ewen, are visiting her parents JStr -atfft BIrs. William Holton. M. jfcttercomes this weekend. Recent guests of Mr. ana Mis subject of making a gift to the new BOARD RENAMES DWIGHTBOTTUM $25,200 Budget Approved At Annual School Session In Rushville RUSHVILLE -- Dwight D. Bottum, of Cottage City, whose term of office expired, was re-elected trustee last night at the annual meeting of Central School District No. 2 of the towns of Middlesex, Potter and Italy of Yates County, and Gorham, of Ontario County, defeating J. Charles Fox by a vote of 183 to 90. J. A. Paddock, president of the Board of Education, presided at the meeting which was held in the new school building Theie was a large attendance. Charles Ford, Ralph Hobart and Guv Graham were tellers Wilson W Fitch, clerk, and C. A central school from this group m I Lazarus, treasurer, Butler memory of Mrs. Fitch's service and a motion was made and carried that this group take steps to .find out what would be most suitable and acceptable for such a gift. C. A. Lazarus and Miss Mabel Biodgett v tre appointed a committee to direi-: this project. The program entertainment had been arranged as some desired to visit the new central school building which has just been completed and dedicated. Five Initiated Into Seabury Club, Orleans ORLEANS -- Members of the Seabury Club held "Initiation Night" Monday at the home of Mrs. Mark C. Estey and the following young people were added to the membership: Miss Mary Ellen Bredesen, William Griffin, Peter Hamburg, William Sanderson, all of Seneca Castle and Howard Green, of Orleans. After initiation ceremonies a hot dog and marshmallow roast was en- j joyed. Orleans Briefs Mrs. Toff J. Treese and son, Calvin E. Treese, were callers of Mrs. May Peck at Oaks Corners, recent- Mr, and Mrs. James Potter and daughter, Patricia, of Newark, were ports. The clerk terns of the proposed budget which was approved. This budget called :or $25,200 to be raised by tax which was the same as raised last vear .BUtier 01 ^aiittimoiBuu, «^o. , 0 «--, --, " · . Charles R'Wheeler, Mrs. Leonard !recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones, Mrs. Frank Kent and Miss i Preston. Leila Elton of Holcomb and Mrs. Gordon Salisbury accompanied John W Cooper. I by Donald Sigsby, of Vosburg road, South Bloomfkld Briefs j were at Fair Haven to spend the William Dietz, Jr., is spending day. several weeks with his uncle near; Mrs. George Dundee. Fay Simmons spent Monday with Virginia Cooper. __ Wagar and family iorton, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ,,,,. granddaughter Jean q and Mrs. Cartotia Griffith Mrs Ionia MRS. WILLIAM CHAPPIJI BtafJ Correspondent wjffla^L IONIA -- Mrs. Clarence Mooir-| Mrs. Thomas Welch and family and Miss Ruth Sergent, of Phelps; Mrs. Frederick Downey and family of Newark, spent the day recently at Sodus Point, where they enjoyed a family picnic at the cottage i of Ray Sergent, of Roche^r. Charles A. Snitzel, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Noble, daughter, Miss Carolyn and Mr. Canne, all of . Rochester have been in town call- J.\Ji* Ai* AM.IIJ. -v*u* x»»-%.»» ·----. | JtVW.ll*^''J*'»** A*** · *·· ;nd daughter returned to their homei i ng O n friends. it. Ainmiin after soendmE several Mr and Mrs. Elwyn R. Marshall, Prank daughters, Misses Frances and Martha Lou and mother, Mrs. Hoff- at Aloquin after spending days at her sister's, Mrs. Wood. at her home here ,,,,_ Mrs. Howard Davis and daughter, ma n of Geneva were recent callers read their also read le the Variety Shower Given For Frances Wheeler CHESHIRE -- Mrs Stanley Herendeen and Mrs. Milford Alien entertained 14 at a variety shower and breakfast Sunday morning in honor of Miss Frances Wheeler, whose marriage to Harold Harvy of Coitland will take place June 14 ai Miss Mildred Wheeler's apartment m Waterloo The breakfast table war cents: ed v i t h hollyhock, delph.mun ana fc?by breath Rainbow colors weic ued. The gifts were presented on a tea wagon Out of town guests were Mrs Edgar Fiske. of Canandaigua. and M;sses Mildred Wheeler, of Waterloo, and Jeanne Munsoi., of Palmyra. Cheshire Briefs Misses Alice Carlile and Eugenia Dryer, John Carlile and Howard Vicinity Death* ClUrlM SHORT8V1LL*; -- Ch*rle« Herman, 51, died »fond»y. He was born in Byren, Germany and came to the United State* at the age of five. His childhood and life were spent in the vicinity of Farmington. He is survived by one brother, Fred Herman and one niece, Mrs. M.uy Mooro. both of Egypt: ono nephew, William Herman, of Palmyra. Funeral services will be held from the South Perrington Church in the Town of Perrington Thursday afternoon at 230. The body will lie in state at the church from 1.30 to 230 The Rev. Leon L. Swarthout, of Manchester, and the Rev. Vaughn of South Perrington, will officiate Interment will be in the South Perrington Cemetery. Hopewell Mission Unit Meets Friday HOPEWELL -- The Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Frank Bishop, of Spangle Street. Friday afternoon. The Home Society will have charge of the meeting. A picnic supper will be served by the hostess Ice Cream Social The service and hospitality committee of Hopewell Grange will serve ice cream and cake in the Town hall. Thursday evening. Dancing will follow. Disease Especially Destructive During Dormant Season A trunk and limb canker of sweet cherry trees has been inlliclum considerable damage in the Hudson Valley, especially on trees from two to 10 years of age, and has also been iound in western New York nmi ir Pennsylvania, according to Dr D. H Palmiter, plant disease specialist ol the Geneva State Experiment Station. The trouble has been identified as of bacterial origin and is similar to a disease that has caused serious damage in s\\eet cheiiy oicniucls on the Pacific Coast and in Eiuope, says Dr Palmiter. While the disease may have been present in New York State for some time, its true nature has only recently been recognized. In severe cases, sweet cherry trees j WAKE UP YOUR THt llTtr IkuUI ittt I? Lot CS M«i4i of IMfcto bll« y.ur whole nyfttm It Ifou nt . *ur ^rit^!±5fc'. rt - U,re««»c. It Uk« thow. food, old Cirtert Uttlt Liter Pill* to «rt thrw two poundi of bile flowinf frwly »nd make you ft«l "up e ow «nd up." HarnlMi, l*ntle, yi tmiilMt »li mVklnr Mte flow /retly. Afk for Cirtw'i Llttte Ll»w Pill* by ····. lUfup wthlm tlie. At ill drut itorM. 104 end tM. Massey-Harris Exclusive Sales Service FOR ONTARIO COUNTY Don Howard , attacked by the canker are killed to Mrs. . Hopewell Briefs Jennie Davison, of Naples, spent the weekend Mrs Fred Grace. , with Mr. and , 1 O A A l^V* ·-···· **-*-· Mr. and Mrs Stanley Apgar, of Ithaca, called on Mr and Mrs. Claude Caiman and Mr. and Mrs. ·Edward Wood and family, Friday [ evening I Dr. and Mrs. L S. Boyd and 'granddaughter, Virginia, of Geneva recently called on Mr and Mrs. Samuel McMurray. Mr and Mrs Charles W. Rans- '^"recommended that all diseased ley formerly Miss Marian vanna, branches be removed during the were callers on her sister, Mr s-| growmg sea son when the trees are Donald Howard and Mr. Howard.. mosj . resls t, ant to the diseases and Friday evening. They are making tha( . an effolt ^ made to snorten .,..:,, , ,, ,,, .-iv, D the dormant penod as much as possible by preventing early defoliation ! the"ground during trie first dormant season following the attack. In less i severe attacks, the cankers appear on the sides of the trunk or on limbs The diseases may also cause a blossom blight and leaf spot if rainy weather prevails, and spur and lateral buds are frequently killed- Terminal shoots may also become diseased and die back to the older wood The disease is most active during the dormant season, especially during the fall and spring when temperatures are above freezing. Marked differences in varietal susceptibility have been observed. Windsor seemed to be the most resistant variety during the 1938 season, while Giant, Black Tartarian, and Schmidt proved quite susceptible. Lambert appeared to be intermediate. Old trees as a rule have been quite resistant, altho in the 1938 outbreak, old Windsor trees were found with limb canker^. No satisfactory control measures have yet been developed, altho several are being tried out For the present DANCING Every Wednesday and Saturday Nights LAKE ROAD TAVERN CHAPIN, N. Y. Lew Johnson's Orchestra Thomas Harrison, Prop. their home in Clyde Case recently. Mrs Lee Poust is ill. George Atwater. of Rochester spent Monday with his sister Mrt. Max Thaler. The berry crop is verj fine this year. The berries are large and fine Duality. Miss Frances Mother picked 235 pounds of berries Mcndaj Mis. Lewis Ferrin picked 232 pounds at Fdwin Lyons' berry field Mary, Dorothy and Veda Mo^hei, ents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Wal lace, of Oneida. Miss Joyce remained to spend a few days with her grandparents. Mrs. Alfred Coomber, of Rochester, is spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grace and at her home on the Swamp road. Mr. and Mrs FranK Wood, of Seneca Falls, and their grandsons, O'Kert, of Wash- by leaf spot or spray injury. days with their grandmother, Mrs Anna Wood and aunt, Miss Clara Wood. Mrs. J. K Williams, of Geneva and Syracuse, who has been spend-' ing several days with her daughter, Mrs. Ambrose Harvey, and Mr. | Harvey, has returned to Syracuse, f Clayton Bicksler and daughter, I Marjorie May, of Rochester, were one MONEY! $50 to $300 -- 20 months to repay To ro-estmUlsb your credit consolidate iebft, have only pla«* to pay -- cwme In -- phone -- write. LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS CO-MAKER AND AUTOS -- NO INSURANCE REQU1URD LOAN SERVICE CORPORATION M Seneca St. -- tod floor Over Keilty Dry Goods Store Geneva, N. T. Telephone 2334 LOANS MADE IN NEARBY TOWNS grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dorval Babcock. Mrs. Carrie Isham was a Mondaj guest of Mrs. P. M. Case and her aunt, Mrs. Sweeney, of Brista road. Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips, Mr end Mrs. Carroll Phillips spent Sunday at Genugwah cottage, East Lake shore W. E. Douglass, who has oeen il. lor seveial days, is at work at-am Willard Bolton spent St:nany with a r a n o n n e , , gton, D. C, were Sunday supper' Monday callers of Mrs. J. R Wood- yiaij, u\jiwii.j ui.u . ~--- , in orton JLJ VJ Were OUIluay ouyyci Spangle Street aie vkitmg the J i te of Mrs . Anna Wood and inHnarnntj; Mr nnd MrS. D O r V a l ' S j T,t--. /-i1 n ^ n nt tVin fimintv TilllUUdugin*-' «**."·- jvirs. Jciuwaiu uavia an*i M«i*^»ii.^.», uitiii UJL *_*tnt*» »»u»^ *bu~»« ~--. 'tis. Carlotia Griffith rjorothy Ann, have returned to thei. | of John H. Runyan and Sidney I s. Edson Powers, w - nome nre from Highland Hospital, j Wheat. .. * * i . .1 l» ;,, f\n i _ - I v#'_r. X"!LAfk**ri i i GAQ Wloo onH CrtTl ·* Iflr 8H1Q. Mf J *- ji**-***** * -T Icchester.Trecently visited his pai- pred and Dolores Powers accom- them to Rochester to re- week or two. Mr. and Mrs their daughter. Anne. Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bennett entertained at a family picnic on Sun- cay in honor of the birthday oi Mrs. George Searles and son, Francis, of Rochester have been visiting her sister, Mrs LaVern Sheldon and family of the West road. While here Francis Searles crntly visited Mr. and Mrs. C. E-. Turverv at Ithaca. Miss Mary Ireland, of Rochester fi6so»-PWw;rs, who work at the State HOftrttaHutve rented a house ana mtc now' living in their own home. Eva Ferguson, of Wolcott, revisited her brother, Fied and family. --Aau Cone, of Rocnester, is | . MidinK a few days of his vacation | family, of Honeoye Falls, his mother, Mrs. Maude Cone. - "- """· i and daughter are heie with ,,. P. E. Becker, who has been ill at Memorial Hospital. Can- j for several we?ks is im- IvMl ^l^Rev. H. W. MacGilvray and mother were called to Boston i by the senou* illnej.- Mrs. Emil Fii»dman iltfTCnitereeational pulpit is being ICit LiCtUfB*"*-* · *»***» -- · -- f , _, - - . Mr. and Mrs Harold Conklin re- accompanied Glenn Sheldon to Bath. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Biehl, daughters, Barbara and Dolores of Henry Druschel. Mrs. William Corser, of Detroit her daughter, Clara, of the County House road. i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wooden called on Mr. and Mrs. George F. Nichols and family, Sunday. Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Eli N. Howard and his .mother, Mrs. Mary Howard, were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams and daughter. Rhoda Jane, of Hamburg. en. Mrs. Floyd Coulter motored to Williamsport, Pa, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Uhl, of Canandaigua, to spend a few days Mrs. Winifred Hayden and her daughter, Ruth, of Ontario, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs road. KuiU, of the Bfnham 1V^13* »l f A11ACHI* V/Wi. ·Jt-i f '*· *x»*«w« _ r - » J J U M l i V J A A e»Ai»j» A«J_*«J. nnd Mrs. Fred Morse, of Cei^erfleldj n y . of Middlesex Mr. and Mrs. 'Earl Button recently visited his brothers, Leon Button and Mrs. Button, and Ray Button and Mrs. Button -and fam- Trees Sacrosanct , PORT MORESBY, Papua (4) -Because natives regard trees as protected by evil spirits proposed , construction of a road through a called on Mrs. Austin Corser and | "David Pelton and Roger Wood, forest region here had to be aban- j Mrs. Andrew Carlile. recently. ' of Cheshire are spending a few doned. A REAL VACATION A policy holder of ours recently expressed this sentiment: "A ;:hort vacation is marvelous, but my insurance with your company, which matures very soon, will afford my wife and me a real vacation every year. We plan to spend our winters in Florida and our summers in Canada, fishing, hunting, golf and travelling, doing the things we have always wantedto do. Unfortunately our other investments would not have permitted this luxury, but thanks to the integrity and fundamental soundness of Life Insurance, we expect that the remaining: years of our life will be the happiest of them all." You too, can look forward to a real vacation each year in the sunset years of your life through our retirement plan. PHONE 147 NATIONAL LIFE I N S U R A N C E C O M P A N Y MONTPELIER runt 111111-111111111111111 "As Solid As the Granite Hills Of Vermont" S. Herbert Elliott Manager Ontario County Telephone 147--473 No. Main St. jyiarv ireiaiiu, ui nwtiicavs,* »_- B ...^--, -_ ---- .·eiTiAJr · M- -iSs. i srssy stsr- Mr,nfS K . 01»n Ho^ns « Sft^VS. fftt ward W. Biehl, Canandaigua lake. Mr. Biehl is on his vacation from. were Ut- ·ccupted by the Rev. S. G. Palmer. ol Pewt; Yan during Mr. MacGil- tray"s Asence. -I Tbe ffllling Workers meet Friday ·ftempon with Mrs. Burnett Thomas, Mrs. Florence Brunskill, Mrs. B Dusenberry and Mrs. Charles- 1 assist the hostess in ei gjests oi Mr and Mrs. ter recently. Miss Helen Jackman, of Roches- tei. has been ihe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Appleton | Mr. and Mrs. I O. Baldwin recently entertained Mr. and Mr- Ralph Johnson, of Rocnester Mrs. Harold Conklin. Mrs. Ray Lay and Mrs. Herbert Davis attended a picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Crocker at West Eloomfield on Monday, tiie occasion of being the birthday of Mr. CrocK- er . - Mrs. J. H. Spicer was the receni parations fo ter's wedding. Mr. Spicer attended P* wedding Saturday. '. Mr. "and Mrs. Charles Covvrt ant I fiaugtiter. Joan, of Waterloo, csllec | Delia Miles. Monday. ,, Mr. and Mrs. O. p. Gwdnch rpent Sunday with their son. John Oliver Ovodrich of Caledonia ^ The Ladies* Auxiliary of the Rob- Posl met at Mrs A 3 ike shore cottage Menday tor the regular social ineeUus TrtlBfWSappeT was cnjoveo . Harold Greene, of Corning, spcm )ui-«Mk with his parenis. Mr arri E. H. Greene He has been wilh empJorer in Florida throiighoui winter, returning t-u Bristol Valley MR8. HIRAM MARTIN Staff Conwpoodtnt duties as a guard at Attica prison. Recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Estey have been, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Herniman. daughter, Janet and son, Ralph and W. Dewey Myers all of Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs Charles B. Estey, son, Charles, Jr., and daughter. Jo Ann. of Owego, and Theodore Townsend j of Momsville. Ross McCarthy, Jr.. is at the Boys' State Camp at the State Fair Grounds, Syracuse. Mr and Mrs. Ollie J. De Vail were at Cayuga Lake Park recently, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Converse, of Clifton Springs. Miss Mama De Vail, of Rochester, spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie J. De- Mr, and Mrs. SteTe Weaver. Mrs. G*orge Clohecy and daugh " ley Cooley and daugh- w .« s -~~ of her father. Horace Case and Mrs. Albert Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Nina Tones. Mr and Mrs. H. K. Martin and Elton and Glenn Ctohecy were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mr«,. Nclwn GotisciiaJl at SvraciJK Glenn remained lor a visit. Henry Phillips »f East Bethany was a Tuesday caller at Horace and Sidney Case's. He has returned to his home alter ·visiting relatives Mr«r fni Wilson and fao child- Jtn l*nt to Pleasant la):c. north ol tyracune. Saturdaj to .'ixr.d ^mc «liii* at the MacGilvrav cotV-se Mr Vlbon H able to toe with Ihoin pan ftf the time. £ Mtt^OUve Englc, oi PuKon rr- ifJrtfe vtsM*d her SOT, Niei B Engle Nelson Gottschall and daughter. Lucille Ann. of Syracuse, were Sunday guests oi Mr. and Mrs H K Martin. Mfi* B**h Kir!d3*bergfr. (.1 Gor- who is helping m the daii .- ·c«Uen Bable school here. i- .-.pehri- w«*k with Miss MabO Blod- CeaterfieU Mrs. ttwir Ho]b:oD: "·: r oOwr lie W. C T. U vv-jj] c'*ndi]' to the Congregations; 9, July 28. with aftcr- erening sessions. There supper and an L. T contest in the evening CENTERFIELD -- Mr and Mr~ Cjarenoe Hall, with Mrs. Ruby Walker and daughter, L*ah. of Canandaigua, spent the weekend with Mr arid Mrs. Dorr HaUenbeck. and Mr and Mrs. Charles TutUe, in Cortland Gro\«r Tomiom c-f Gorham. has b«-Ti a gwest of Richard Hodge, at Wneder's Station Road. n iio^ Dewey, ^on ol Mr. and Mrs Eduard Dewey, is ill in Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs William Col* were Sunday guesto «t Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Spears at Geneva. Miss Emma Finafan and broth Clifton Springs have been guests of their daughter. Mrs. John Vande Voorde and family of Clifton Springs-Orleans road. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Bill and daughter, Dorothy, of Clifton Springs were recent callers of their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Avery L. Hollenbeck. Miss Marjorie Williams, of Rochester, was a guest of her father, Charles R Williams and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Sergent were receni callers of Mr. and Mrs bee Braden. of Clifton Springs and Mr. and Mrs Johnson, of Littleville. Miss Gertrude Seagcr. Dr. William H Salisbury, of Clifton Spnnrc. and Miss Irene Faonzi of this place, have been recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S Salisbury, of Clifton Springs-Orleans road Mr and Mrs Elman R Cowell were at Rorhestcr. Sunday, accompanied by Miss Catherine Potter and Ralph Fox. of Clifton Springs The party visited Gfncseo airport and were' guests ol a Inend ol Mr CoweH's on an airplane nde !,, -- ; e-rs, Herbert and WiLiam, utre callers ol Mr and Mrs Emmett Finagan, Geneva Turnpike. Sunday. Mrs Fred Rudat has returned to East Bloomlield alter being at the Kenneth Hok-omb's home lor several weeks. Olia and Lindon Herendeen. of Shortsville, spent the week with , their uncle and aunt. 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