The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 14, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 5

Canandaigua, New York
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Friday, July 14, 1939
Page 5
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flPHE BAIL^HESSBNGBR, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., FRIDAY, JULY 14,1939, ROGER'S MARKET BUFFALO ROAD . . . (NEXT TO TOOMEY'S GAS STATION) ROUND STEAK, pound . 31c Veal Chops Leg or Loin of Veal Boneless Beef Roast Lamb Chops Leg of Genuine Spring Lamb _ 25c Ib. POT ROAST BEEF, puunil 18* BEST CENTER SHOULDER CUTS, pound ZZf CALA HAM.S, pound \' t f ORIOLE SMOKED HAMS, pound Z5f HOME DRESSED FOWLS, 4 to C ll. iiveniRe, II, Uf LIFE BUOY SOAP, 4 burs 2.V LARGE RINSO, pkg 20Y MID-SUMMER A _ A _ ^wrnj^ifc.i WHITES Our DaluxB *2.?6 "Siring Steps" W«'re closing out thousW; c-f e?,.-i of 5OOD SHOES in ·» GREAT SEMIANNUAL CLEARANCE! Not j»»t or4i«»r dux*, but the fCMon't tmart*ft~ »tyl*5. Stum yoy c«n w«»r wiifi pridtf "isni up to lUmmw's »n*', COQLiity LINENS] SOFT BUCK! FINE KIDS! Vou'lf find tnem afi her. «i cfr**ic«l!y reduced frk*f! Thrifty thopperi usually snap up tt» l»st "buy;" Mrly w w* , ·Jvtse you to gut K*rc at soon as poisifcle for the fa«ft stctten*! SAVE ON THESE SUPER MEN'S Fine White "Buck" OXFORDS reduced to . . $1.69 Chilo'ran's COOL SUMMER SANDALS, a real "BUY" at 66c Colorful WOODEN SOLE BEACH SANDALS . . . only 99c MIRACLE and SUNSHINE SANDALS,reJuced for o.a »n 01 ,t 39c SHOfe STCE$ 10(5 So. Main St., Canandaigua THE HOME OF THE SQUARE MARKET DREAM STEAKS There is a bi? selection of FIXE QUALITY MEATS AND VALUES FOR EVERY HOME Priced Low to Keep Your Budget Comfortable BEEF BEEF BEEF Tender, Jui~y Beef Steak 22- Good Mealy Cuts ... - 17c Ih. S? Leg" Lamb Eowlrss Picnic Hams Mild T«ndrr HAMS Whole or ^hank Half 23 tb HOMEBACQN.FaHO'n, llr,im- JDressed Rump Rolled, Ib. ____ 21 C , Ib. _ ____ ___ 25c b. _ _____ 22c Pw* Chftr s - "» ....... ^ I ilcm TM**r Hots, Ib. . 28f lUmhcr^. 3 Ihs ...... 50f I C"!nl» Ftanks, 2 *s. . . . 2JH 1 SaH Ptt*. 1# His. . . . SI.M) I Slkfd Boloyna, Ib. . . . l«r Extra Fiiw HCIM; Orrssed Fowls, Brvilers, and Freshhly Ot«ss«d T«rk«ys GRANGE CHARTS ANNUAL PICNIC East Bloom field Unit To Hold Outing At Honeoye Lake Park EAST BLOOMFIELD -- The regular meeting of the East Bloomfield Grange was held Wednesday evening in the form of an open air meeting on the lawn in front of Grange Hall. A picnic supper was j.served to about 50 members at 7:30. Games preceded the supper. The following partiolic program was presented in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hendershot: Opening song, "America the Beautiful," with Fred Long ac- icompanying on the accordian; trio, | by Gertrude Mead, Delores Rayburn and Louise Hendershot, juvenile members; School recess questionnaire for Juveniles conducted by Mrs. Stanley Steele; tall?. "What Price Democracy" Harold Hendershot; poem. "My country," James Hendershot; closing song, "America." The regular business meeting followed in the hall. Committees were named for the annual picnic to be held Aug. 19 at Honeoye Lake park: lemonade, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Steele; transportation, Ray Thomas, Stanley Steele; sports, Howard Webb. Floyd Rayburn. Anna Mead and Herbert Dixon; committee to serve refreshments at the annual G. L. F. meeting, Mrs. Estella Delong Mrs. Harry Gaines, Mrs. Stanley Steele. A cake baking contest will be held in connection with the G. L. F. meeting with Mrs. Harold Hendershot, Mrs. Ray Thomas and j Mrs. Harry Morse in charge. The i next meeting will be held August 9. Class Holds Picnic Members of the Friendship Class of the Congregational Church, held a picnic dinner, Wednesday, at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart, at Canandaigua lake. Among those attending were Mrs. Esther Andrews. Mrs. Alice Leighton, Mrs. Jesse Owen, of Canandaigua; the Rev. and Mrs. W. Heber O'Hara. Mrs. Marcus Doyle, Misses Acldie and Susan Peeling Miss Daisy I. Cramer, Mrs. Peter Killian. Mrs. Ella Olmstead. Mrs. John Newton, Miss Nellie B. Adams, Miss Edith Parker of this village and Miss Parker's guest, Mrs. Margaret Wilcox, of Macedon Center. The losing side of the Bridge Club will entertain the winning members at a 1 o'clock luncheon Monday at th? "Halloway House." Grange Singing Contest The regional singing contest sponsored by the State Grange will be held Thursday evening in the East Bloomfield Grange hall. Contestants will compete from Wayne. Ontario. .Monroe. Yates and Livingston, counties. The winner to compete for state honors at the state fair in Syracuse in the Fall. The regional contest is in charge of Fred E. Dean, of Greece, past chaplain of State Grange. Refreshments will be served by members of the Juvenile Grange. East Bloomfield Briefs Mrs. Harry D. Norton has been the guest of her sister. Mrs. Arthur Kennedys Curtsey At Court This radio photo shows Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy's daughter, Eunice, 17, (left) and Mrs. Kennedy as they went to Buckingham Palace in London, where Eunice was among 10 American women presented to King George and Queen Elizabeth. Miss Kennedy wore a crinoline dress of ivory tulle and satin. RADIO PROGRAMS (Time Is Eastern Standard) , 8.30--Don't Forget NEW YORK tff)--A man and i,i? i 9.00--Plantation Party vile who do not necessarily agree en i ^-?°~ Music b ? Harr y Horlick the subject to be discussed "Can ! 10.00--1001 Wives" Tlzere Be Neutrality," are to attend the next broadcast of the CBS Peo- l - 'e"s Platform, now a Wednesday evening feature. They are Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Kr.l- tenbcrn. She is the former Bareness Von Nordenflycht. To con:-! pkte the panel cf four \vill be Rep. York 10.30--Horace Heidt and Orch. Reporter Miller and Orch. 11.20--Tommy Dorsey and Orch. 12.00--Bcb Causer and Orch. 12.15--Larry Clinton and Orch. V. i 12.30--Jimmy Lunceford and Orch. 1.00--Sign-Off Ha mil ion Fish of New Mme. Julia Cantacuzene 01 ington. author and lecturtr. am 1 Waii- Sherman and Mr. South Bloomfield. Mr. and Mrs. Raj family were recent parents. Mr. and Earner in Bristol. Sherman in Maloney and guests of her Mrs. William The CBS chain, making ready it: television transmitter on the Chrys- 1-3: building, reports that the first. units of the antenna, in four stc- lions on each .side of the 30th floe/. hs-ve been put in place. Several veeks more will be required before irni part of the work is completed. . . Senator E. R. Burke of Nebraska SATURDAY WHAM--ROCHESTER 6.30--Morning After 7.00--News Reporter 7.15--Pete and Joe 7.30--Tonic Tunes 7.45--Kindly Thots 8.00--Pete and Joe 8.15--Dick Liebert Organ 8.45--Cowboy Caravan 9.00--Breakfast Club 10.00--To be announced 10.15--On the Play Area peaking on the WJZ-NBC National; io.30-Tom Grierson, organ Grange program on Saturday, is tc; 10 .45-The Child Grows Up aiscuss his resolution for a constitu-; n.oo--Boy Scout Pro°ram tknal amendment to limit the pr-:s-' il.l5~Catholic Courier icicnt to one term of six years. Seneca Castle vm.°? t, B WESTPALL Staff Correspondent by Mr. SENECA CASTLE -- The Rev. and Mrs. Donald Cronk. Mary i Newhall. Marcia Brown. Doris Frost have returned from Keuka College, where they attended the Epworih League Institute. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Race and children attended a famiiy reunion at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Metsinger, of Canandaigua. Their daughter. Gail who has been the guest of her grandparents, returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson, son. Robert, and daughter. Miss Florence, of Olean. arrived Saturday at their home in this village. Mr. Thomson and Robert returned to Clean. Monday, but will return this weekend for a week's vacation. Miss Myra Peck is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Alh".s. Miss Martha and Sydney Allis. of Medina. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buchan and son. William Biichan. j were rreent Bursts of William Mo- sry and siMcr. Mrs. Sarah J. Alias. ol Albion, who is spending sonic Un:r a1 ihr Mosey home. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Robins, of Boolhwyn. Pa., have been jn:«nts of Tv5a and Mrs. Grant K while here accompanied ·aiiti Mrs. Krrlchnier they to Thousand Istends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and daughters. Misses Ella !.ic3a. and Mrs. Vosbiaru's 7 Jr. nnd Mr*.. Herman Geneva, wrr tra-nt Mr. and Mrs. FoMer Hosier Iv3,.« Alien HoMcr, oi C.-nr^vi Miss Patricia Boyce is .-.pending n month wiih her aunt. Mrs. Bra- trirr Flvnn al her vunimer home al Bristol. I,. I. Standard D. Bnller. D. D., of Poland, N. Y.. was Ihr £W,M.. Monday, of his brother, the Rev. B. F. Birller and Mrs. Bi.tlcr. Mrs. Lillian Noble. 'Oi Rwht*t*T. T/as also a rallrr al 1hf Butler home. Monday. Charles Rare K spending his vacation with hi*, grandparents. Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Raw. oi Middlesex. Miss Alice Powell and father. John V. Powell, of Amityville, L. I_ are spending several days with thr P,t-\. and Mrs. Donald Cronk. Mrs. Millie Heam. of Hogan*; burg, is visiting her niece *" husband. Mr. and Mrs, Boyce. Mrs. Robert Ritchie is i]] at her home. Arthur Ritchie has been nuking extensive repairs to his home and Mrs. A. C. Court and George Decker have been painting their Homes. I -", 111.30--"Our Barn" 12.00--Hit of the Day j 12.05--News Reporter ·12.15--4-H Club ! 12.30--Nat. Farm and Home Hour 1.30--Little Variety Show 2.00--Morton Franklin and Orch. 2.30--Indiana Indigo 2.45--Music Please 3.00--To be announced 3:30--Crazy Quilt in Rhythm 4.00--Club Matinee 5.00--NBC Dance Orch. 5.30--Benny Carter and Orch. 6.00--News Reporter i 6.15--World Dances j 6.30--Bill Rogers, sports j 6.4o--State Unemplayment Talk | 7.00--Message of Israel I 7.30--Ted Travers and Orch. 8.00--Jimmy Dorsey and Orch. 8.30--Red Foley and Co. 9.00--Barn Dance 10.00--Camel Caravan 10.30--Al Donahue and Orch. 11.00--News Reporter 11.15--Tommy Dorsey and Orch. 11.30--Isham Jones and Orch. On the air tonight: Bastilie Day programs--MBS-Chain 10:43. re- ccrdeci rebroadcast Fres. Lebrun oi' Francs: WEAP-NBC 9:30, dram;;. "Vive La France'' WEAF-XBC--NEW YORK 0:15--New series by Anther-Layman Singers 7:00--Lucille Manners Concert S.CC--W.iltz Time 0:00--Guy Lombardo Crchr-.vfr; WABC-CBS--NEW YORK 6:45--Bob Edge Outdoor;; 7:30--Johnny Presents 8:00--Raymond Paige Concert 8:30--First Nighter S:30--Bob Ripley W.I2-NCC--NEW YORK V.00--American Bar Association Convention Son. J. F. Byrne- and Judge Curtis D. Wilbur 7.30--Don't Forget, quiz £:00--Plantation Party ":30--Robinhood Deli Concert 9 ·bO--Hollywood Ladder of Fame ' MBS-Chain 2.45--Talk by Sen. R. K. Reynolds What to expect Saturday: WEAF-NBC--NEW YORK :?:30--Central City open* 4:00--National H." 5. Band 5:00--Kaltenineyer's ens-Chain 9.30--From England. B:iti:-h Coi.- script Anny Interviews , United Church Ladies' Guild, on Ifl an.-i 11. 1:30. 3:30 and 5:05 ?. .VI. j the Waldo and Hampton lawns. PGA Golf Tournament !r:3fi--What Price Amenta 3.00--Empire Cilv Handicap WJ/-NBC--NEW YORK 1:30--NaHtnal Grange. Sen. E. Burkr 11:00--Pawl Martin Musk 5.30--Renfrew of the United Church Guild Schedules Lawn Party COTTAGE CITY -- A lawn social vi]l b» hrld Sattrday and evening under auspices of the Ice cream and cake, hots and coffee I will be served. and o. of and 1? Some weekend S; 1ur3ay--GSF GSD Gfc'B C'35 Theater Composer.".; 2R.O Rom.- Briefs * Franklin OTJell Parshali of Bris- Jo! Spiins* »vas the rccen; jiijr.-.t of his coiwiin. Earl Calm Herring- Ion at Cottage City. There will be a special business meeting Tuesday following the j/.r.ycr srn-icr nJ the church. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Cole of Crj-stal Beach have received word of 7:3fl Chambrr Music: YV5RC CAT- lihtr birth of a. son to Mr. and Mrs. fl D?nrr: TPA4 Pui 30:^1; Howard Cole of Roc'ichtc". in Knglish. For Sunday-- IX'P? j Emrst Flay has returned to his 2JR.O i home at Crystal Beach frcrn Mem- TPA4 Aerial Hospital, where he underwent Bi-rlin 5 Children's Song? Romr 7:30 Opera "Fidrlius: BOARD DROPS BOOK ISSUE Adjournment In Midst Of P h e 1 p s Discussion Halts Decision PHELPS -- Free text books for pupils of Central School District No. 1, was left in the air, when in the midst of a discussion of the subject, at the annual meeting of the district, a motion to adjourn terminated the session. The measure was neither recon.- mended nor opposed by the Board of Education. President Leo M. Goldsworthy announced when he brought it up for discussion but \vaj solely a matter for the electors to decide. Approximately 60 voters attended the meeting. A budget totalling $102,367.95 of v;hicli $37.917.14 is to be r.-.iscd iy tax on the district's real property, as recommended by the Board was approved by a vote of 41 to 18. The dissenting group expressed objections principally to the item recommended for instructional service, which they believed should be pared. Action of the Board in arranging 10; the purchase of .seven scuuoi busses, was approved 40 to 11. Centerfield MRS. EARL APPLETOft Staff Oomeponden* CENTERFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McMillan have been serenaded twice this week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton McMillan. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pigenscher of Canandaigua, were Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman. Wheeler Station road. Miss Shirley Higley, Buffalo Road Extension, is with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pierce. Cheshire road. Mrs. Austin Corser, Cheshire road is ill at the home of her brother, Converse McMillan and Mrs. McMillan, North Main Street, Canandaigua. Mrs. Lillian Gracey spent the weekend at her home in Bristol. Miss Gladys Davies. of Leonia. N. J., has been a guest of Mrs. Leslie Wheeler, Cooley road. Mrs. Emma Mariner has returned to the home of her daughter. Mrs. Clarence McMahon. after spending several weks with relatives in Rochester. Mrs. Grace Corser, of Detroit. Mich., is spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morse. Hopkins road. Mrs. Holland Bliss, of West lake road, spent several days with her daughters, Mrs." Robert Appleton and Catherine Bliss. Cooley road. Mrs. Ann Butler, of Detroit. Mich., has been a guest of Mrs, Jennie Parsons. Bristol road. Roland DeBow. of Hamilton. Canada, is visiting his aunt. Mrs. Charles Taft and other relatives. Mrs. Ida Taylor, of Newark: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed and son. Ralph, of Hempstead. L. 1.. ram Mr. and Mrs. Earl Case, of Stanley, have been guests at P. W. Case's. Bristol road. Christopher Broxholm, Centerfield road, spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Rochester. Miss Patsy Harris, of Portsmouth. Va., spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. H. Gird Harris. Cooley road. Leonard Coif, of Canandaigua. is spending some time with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richmond. Wheeler Station road. Miss Leila Chase, of Long Island lias been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Case and is spending the summer at Harold Johnson's. Scr.- eca Point road. The Rev. and Mrs. J. Henry Rood have been guests of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rood. Buffalo Road Extension. Mr. Rood has been preaching at the Presbyterian church at Chili and are moving to Preston Hollow where he has accepted a call in the Baptist church, there. ., .1-' * WHEAT See Us Aboijt Your Storage Wlieatj G. L. F. has ai^ery attractive plan for those growers who db" not wish to sell their wheat arid yet need some ready cash to use at this season of the year. Your G. L F. will render this service to its patrons at very low cost for storage and advances. !T'. ; CALL W. CASE BENHAM I! Niagara Street Phonf-313 Mqleys Market Free Delivery Phone Mi " Pig Pork oms l\~ to S Ibs. Lean Fresh ams HALF OR WHOLE SALT PORK lOc pound Lean Pork Center Cut.:.; 25c' Boneless Roast, Rump HOME DRESSED RoaftYeal . ^LA^UL- '·-'"^ ' - ' - - - ^*--BACON SQUARES Arpeako Bacon; 20c Jfiw 15e potttuP" Sliced ..;25crH)f "j?;;-- - Sirloin or Round Shoulder Roast Pure Pork Sausage 15c nound Fresh Hamburg, 3 FRESH DRESSED .1 Broilers and Fowls u 25e THE CLASSIFIED Deoartmen' exemplifies the Golden Rule. !' -rrvrs you as you would be served R. W. Milk _^^JLi;__ 4 carts R. W. Shrimp ,, wet pack 15c, R. W. Corn Flakes 2 for^5c Brimful Catsup 2 large bottles25c R. W. Peaches large can 15e R. ^V. Prunes _i_: 2 ib. boitlSc R. W. Peanut Butter 1 IbyjSc SPRY 3 Ib. can49c Wheat POPS __. . pKgy 5c R. W. Grape Juice 1 quart 25c Large Assortment of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables All Kinds... At Low Prices 3:30 Nice and C-SI GSD GSB -minder* Ladv.' Us .=*Tl03y TtmAY Wll AM--ROCHES IT)R 4.00--Club Matinee 4.45--"Midf/trearrr 5:00-- Barry McKMry. Sorig 5.15--To be announced 550--To be announced 545-- Bufk Hf^f-r:.. 6.00-- Nctvs Rieport«T 6.15--Radio Camera Club 630--Bill Rogers, Sports 6.45--IjowH Thomas 7.00--Hal Kemp and Oroh. 7JO--Three Cheers '7.45--Tomorrow's Headline 1 ; 100--NBC Jamboree an operation. Mrs. Edward Lockrorl and Ida-lighter. Miss Dorothy Lock-wood j ol Canandaigua and Wal»«r D. Heri rington of Wallace Kiil recently ~CTC. I at the Hall-Herrin(|ton home at | Collage City. i Mr. and Mrs. M. Dwsght Backus | and son. Elmond n;ir^ Monday tve- ming with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ·RBdlfce and family. | Mr. and MT. Ralph Erwaj' ol Civ- istal Beach are visiting friends at iSavre. Pa. JUch««1 E. HOU OMB RR1I i^; j Belly Jane and her mother. " Mrs. Saunders of Holly, Colorado, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. F»cu Teall. · · j James Cotter is at Strong Me- Whitney is building a gar- j morial Hospital, Roochester, for obsen ? ation. Mrs. Carl Williams of Leroy and 1m, Mr. Fox, of Phelps, is time with his cou.-- i Mrs. William Foster of Friendship, *nd Mrs. Leo schveics- ! former residents, visited friends bard, of OtUey road. · here this week. THE PEREGO MARKET 'ALWAYS FOR THE BEST' SALE g LAMB ^ *· Stew 101 Lamb Chops 321 Hams 35 C J GALAS -Ul NOME DRESSED FOWLS 'Broilers l:; .u 28 Pork Loins IT* Rib End ^ " . , PORK CHOPS . . . 20e ft. Prime Steer Beef Pot Roast or OO Chuck Roast «· ft Rib 29 c m Plate Beef 12 cn . I HAMBURG The Best Hams' Tartc the Difference In These MiM, H*IIW Cmret Hams With An OM TmMnit lUrim? Svfir HALF OR ~ WHOLE

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