The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 8, 1948 · Page 12
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PAGE EIGHT "Qldat/ra,5Q,60?" -Man, You're tan (THE DAILTi MESSENGER, C'AWANDAIGUA, N. I, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8,1948 Sealer's Report i Lists 2 Arrests i ^ K,,r«ct your ^^"S^ -""^ ; *' '" "^ -DCODtW HP? »»! O^S-.. 0 ?.? it jiu" tome tor it eaV. ,\t ,ll! i l l 11!: 1 » ! '~ t ' M ' M \\ l|l'-c 1 1 1 uiidaiKiKi. a t Simiimii~ I . n _ . Count \ Sealer Ralph F. B'-n- ham in his annual l e p o i t to the boaid o! -uperviM)i.s listed t u o ar- lests made during 191" \\hich resulted in convictions and fme- jiinountiiiK to *7r. Restitution ol . was made in these cases and $130 was t u t n c d over to the county treasuier tor fines on pre- \ious ccn\ ictions. During the \ear the following weighing and measuiinE devices \\eie tested: Truck scales. 126; platform scales. 231: counter scalex 177: computing scales, 465; miscellaneous. 119: apothecar\ \ weights. 2bii, aunulunois \\eighls, \ 1,OG.'J: linear me.tstiie, 41; liquid mwuuiob, 199: glass graduates, , GO, gaboline pum;i -. fiSS: truck ' rr.ett'is, 2(5. packages, 1.782. LEA\ ES HOSPITAL i Mehille Montane, Cheshire, i has letumed to his home from 1 ""l'omps( n hospital aftei a three I-\\eeks" illness of pneumonia. THE NEW YEAR RIGHT! START NG THE FIRST DAY and EVERY DAY MARKET BASKET . .. IT'S A SMART YEAR'S RESOLUTION TO MAKE. 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IVORY FLAKES 39 Buy IVJieu Available IVORY SOAP lg. bars SWAN TOILET SOAP rcg. size bar I I ( Wh?n Available PALMOLIVE Toilet Soap 2 bars Local Girl Entertains Foreign Students Cadet Sgl. H. H. Wilier, Jr., ROTC, a senior at Fort Union Military academy, Fork Union, Va., and Mis,s Shirley Marie Wilier, a junior at the University of Rich- mend, Va., have returned to their schools after spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wilier, West Lake road. During the vacation, Miss Wilier entertained several Iriends from the university. Her guests included Mile. Gene\ieve Mulaid, of Paris, and Senoritas Ana Louisa Gonzalez, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Maria Irene Partela, Arecibo, prfo 'Rirn Ajlle Aiulard has received degrees from the undergraduate school and the school of law at the University of Paris, attended the Sorbonne, and is aspiring to become an American la\v- vei. She is conuniung her law studies at the Unhersny of Richmond and serving as a student instructor. Senorita Gon-zalez received her B. A. degiee from Mary Washington college, and is nou working for her M. A. degree and serving on the facultj at Richmond, where Senorita Partela is a sophomore. St. Catherine's Has Holiday Dinner The annual holiday paity and dinner of St. Catherine's chapter of St. John's church was held last pjo-h* in thr» br-n-[o «v Mrs. *Tohn V Stedman. Hubbeil street. The Rev. Di. and Mrs. Robert C. Dunn were honor guests, also Mrs. James F. Mailman, \\lio is moving soon to Charlottes\ ille, Va. Plans were made for a part} for the choir this month. The next nieetmg, Feb. 2, will be with Mrs. Ilaiold G. Bacon, Ilowell stieet. Mrs. Sherman H. Beeman will be cc^hostess. Today's Weather Sheep Breeders ! Begin Conference Sheep breeders and «ool gro\'/- ers throughout the state are taking part in a two-day conference here today and tomorrow marking the 29th annual gathering of the wool producers and the fourth meeting of the New York State Purebred Sheep Improvement project. A joint banquet tonight will conclude sessions for members of the sheep improvement group an$ will include an address by L. K. Bear, Ohio State university specialist. Scheduled for this afternoon's cuLt'.iiio to the irr.p'W 0 - ment group's operating committee headed by Ray Gutekunst of Pavillion were: Election of committeemen; reports on county and state faiis; plans for the annual state show and sale; repoits on state legislation pertinent to sheep growers. Review of '47 Books Given Before Club A re\ ie\\ of 14 books of 1917 was given b\ Mrs. Richard H Bowen, guest speaker, yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the Interrogation club \\ith Mrs. Theodore R. Hugo Gibson stieet. The list included fiction, non-fiction and history and the outstanding impression "of la^t yeai's books, according to the speaker, was that most of them \\eie written about this country and tt$ people. A gift of money was -\oted for the Salvation Aimy. Mrs. George A. Russell, North Main street, wall be hostess Jan. 21, when Mrs. A. W. Armstrong is to be reader on the topic "Eighteen Inches- More or Less." 8 A M. 11 A. M. 2 P. M. .25 30 34 Sun sets toda\ 4:54; rises tomorrow 7:39; sets tomorrow 4:55; moon, last a.uarler; new, Jan. 11, HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Pfc. Robert G. Millard has returned to Marine headquarters, Quantico, Va., after spending a 12- day furlough with his patents, Mr. and Mrs. William Millard, Canandaigua, R3. Mr. and Mrs. Millard and daughter, Bcrnice, entev,- tained the following at a family holiday dinner: Mr. and Mis. William L Millard and sons, Teddy and Timmy, Biockport; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Comings and daughter, Carol. Canandaigua: Pfc. Millard and G. H. 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