The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 9, 1948 · Page 12
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 12

Canandaigua, New York
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Friday, January 9, 1948
Page 12
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PAGE SIX (THE DAILYi MESSENGER, CANANJDAIGUA; N. iY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9,1948 KOI !N D AND SQIAKE DANCE Saturday, Jan. 10 Hopcwcll Grange Hall * ' : Music Ity Clark's Kainfiow Itanucrs Earl Koiimicr, Caller Dancing 9 to 1 Admission--60c CARSON FURNITURE COMPANY 71 South Main St. For Finer Floors Sane UK--Kefinishinu B. L. Beahon Phone 512-R 211 Davidson Ave. GENERAL MECHANICAL WORK Ail Types of Cars W E L D I N G Specializing in Cutting- Down Farm Wagons . . . Steel or "Wooden Wheels MAX VAN ORMAN SON Holcomb, N. Y. Phone Holcomb GO 7- . ,,.. craffsm**} - -- W9rk guaranteed '?^K * Reasonable price* B R E N N E R ' S JEWELERS 135 South Main Street l L O O K T O I values Permanent AN Tl-FREEZE . 75c Chains. McKay . . $6 95 up Cross Chaiiis . . . . 1?c up Second-Hand--1!MO Zenith Long Distance--Console Model in «;ood condition Also Second-Hand Earl Console Radio . . . $10 £ ft 9 FIRESTONE DELUXE in Il. Dry \Y'ah Capacity with Pump · ft _· Firestone Supreme ELECTRIC RAf'GE $319.50 JJUDCiET TERMS MDIO PROGRAM Party Feb. 5 (Eastern Standard Time) j NEW YORK, ' i/Pi -- Whether ! XBC is setting a precedent by becoming a producer of advertising f i l m s in addition to telecasting movies has not been stated officially, but it has just made an m- liustrial film for showing on 3i New York television station Sunday night on behalf of a sponsor (Churchward Co. The film, dealing with motor boats, was taken in the tropic- and on Long Island, and in addition c o n t a i n s manufacturing. 1: runs lii minutes. The network said t h a t this -.vas t h e first timp it had attempted to '.;\\'U;cr ;.'".!" k!'H "f "nvi\ dn- scibod as an industrial doeuiy'vv- lary. I t did not indicate whether there would be others for other sponsoi-s. Normally such films an made by firms specializing in commercial work. The network's film activities heretofore have been confined principally \o newsreels for television. Plans to sponsor u card party at Hie Moose club in North Main street Feb. ." were made last night by Women of the M:ose in a regular meeting condur.ted by Mrs. Gertrude Brahm. s-jnior regent. Mrs. Kathleen \Vertwan was appointed chairman focr the affair. It was announced, that a conference of Women of the Moose will be held in Rochester Jan. 25, members to make reservations with Mrs. Virginia! Dubler by Jan. IT. Bowling Ceams are to meet at 8:30 p. in. Tuesday at Bowling hall for a "business meeting preceding bowjfing. One of a series of dances for members and ri-k-r.c:.; a; t!;c clubfto'.isc 1 is . c !n?'yi for tonight with music by Johnnie and His Countrysidsers of Fairport. The next meeting -will be Jan. 22. Former City Teacher To Wed S. iM. Meech Announcement cs madfe of the Escape, adventure series on CBS j engagement of Miss Gertrude F. Wednesday nights, is to have \ oidach. of Freeport. L. I., daugh- repept broadcast on Saturday mornings at 11:30. starting tomorrow. This is something of a departure '.n programming--duplication for the daytime audience ter of the Rev. William H. Oidach, of Lockpovt, to Siuart M. Meech, of Rochester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Avery M. Meech. of Park street, this city. No date has been set of the same fare available at night. for the wedding. Other new ones for Saturday, j Miss Oidach, who is teaching in MBS 3:30 p. m. MaCalester College Freeport, was a former member of Radio singers of St. Paul back for t h e i r f o u r t h annual series; MBS 5:30 revival of the pre-war quiz, True or False, once run by Dr. Harry Hagen. The new MC is Bill Sinter, latter day specialist in thai type of broadcasting. This increases his network roster to nine h a l f - h o u r shows a week, in addition tc which he does one television program- Listening tonight: NBC--S Paiu Lavalle Melodv; 9 People are Funny: 9:30 Waltz time: 10:30 Bill Stern sports. CBS--8 Baby Snooks: 8:30 Danny Thomas show; 9:30 O/xie ;,nd Harriet; 10 It Pays to be Ignorant; 10:30 Spike .Tones revuo. ABC--S The Fat Man: 8:30 This Is FBI; 9 Break the .Bank: 10 Heavyweight fight, Ollie Tanu- berg vs. -Toev Maxim. MBS--8 Burl Ives: 8:30 Jt. Jo the Girls; 9:30 Information Please; 10 Meet the Press, Sen. O'Daniel of Texas. Saturday broadcasts: NBC-12:15 p. m. Roundtable on "American Dream, 1948;'' 3 Orchestras of Nation. Pittsburgh symphony: 6:30 NBC symphony; 9 Hit Parade and Sinatra; 10 Kay Kyser . . . CBS--11:30 a. m. Escape drama in an additional series; 2:30 p. m. Country Journal ; 5 Philadelphia orchestra; Hawk Lcinibedrama: 9:30 Vaughn Monroe show . . . ABC--9 a. m. Tommy Bnrt- lett time; 11:30 Land of Lost: 2 7:30 Challenge of Yukon; 10:30 Hayloft Hoedown . . . MBS--10:30 a. m. Ozark Valley folks; 1 p. m. Luncheon interviews; -1 Sports parade: 8:30 Hospitality club; 11:15 Morton Downey song. the Canandaigua Union school faculty. Mr. Meech is a veteran of World War II, .having served four years in the Navy. Vicinity v-nuicnes .. Rushville Congregational Church Sumlay, Jan. 11 10:45 a. m. Worship service, w i t h a supply from the Rochester Divinity college occupying the pulpit. 12 m. Sunday school. 6 p. m. Young Peoples meeting. Phrlps I'reshytrrJan Clum-h 11 a. m. The Rev. Charles II. Bacon will preach the first of a series c-f sermons on "Religion in Every-day Life." 5:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship meeting. I'helps St. John's Episcopal Church 11 a. m. Communion Sunday. Sermon by the Rev. Chauncey Minnick, Geneva. ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. LaVerne Brown entertained ihe Carefree club at her home, 22 Antis street. Music and games provided entertainment. with prizes awarded to Mrs. Ida Ferguson and Mrs. Jennie Larney. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Susan Griffin. Birth Rate Here Up 20 Per Cent During Last Year City Clerk Edward B. Andross. in rendering his report for December to the commt/n council at its meeting, Wednesday, revealed that his office had recorded 49 births during that month. This number brought the total of births recorded here for 1947 to 629. This represents a gain of about 20 per cent, or 120 additional more births recorded last year than during 1946. The 1946 total was 509. The increase is well in step with tb(* t r f n d t h a t has boon reported' from time to time for a!l New York state. Additional statistics for December listed by the city clerk revealed 17 deaths were recorded and seven marriage licenses were is-» sued. The report for December made- by the city treasurer. Thomas D. Kennedy, listed as cash in the bank, Dec. 1, S2S.402.0S. Receipts during that month were S4.82S.70; disbursements, 520,980.92; and cash in the bank on Dec. 31. §12.249.80. For the water department's fund, the city treasurer reported cash in the bank on Dec. 1. S10.152.8S; receipts during the month of ,?!,- 747.6G; disbursements of S3.037.G3; and cash in the bank Dec. 31, SS,- S62.91. Former city judge, Mrs. Emma Rae Jones, in her report Tor cits- court, during December, listed receipts of $97, from bail: S1S5, from fines; §9, from costs; $224.50, from meter parking violations: and Of these receipts. S30 was forwarded to the state comptroller, and S497.46 deposited witJi the city treasurer. Strong Breeders Continued from page 3 .'.'avillion: Columbia, Otto Landon, Avon. The following committeemen hold over from last year: Hampshire, Frank McFarland. Centerville: Dorset, Howard Hill. Albion: Shropshire, Ernie Mumford, Cooperstown; Cheviot, Bob Gregory. Mt. Vision: Oxford, Lawrence Davey. Marcellus; committeemen at large. L. F. Cuthbert, Ogdensburg; Will 'Hatchings, Rochester; Ray Gutekunst, Pavillion. The sheep growers association will elect officers late today and also introduce several resolutions, according to Harold Merrill, president. I MEN TO BE J1OSTS Community Garden club will meet in the Congregational church social rooms Tuesday at S p.m. when the men will be hosts. The topic will · be "Gardeners' Diversion." There will be a program and refreshments. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ellis, Can- andai^ua. R5 announce the engagement of their daughter,' Miss Jayne Shirley Ellis, to Lyndon H. Quayle. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quayle. of Manchester. No date has been set for the wedding. Today's Weather TRADE Y O U R Start the NEW YEAR with the RIGHT TIME CROWN JEWELERS 156 South Main Street " BIRTH RECORD A son. David Craig, to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Johnston, of Needham, Mass., formerly of Canandaigua, Dec. 20, 1947. Mr. Johnston was formerly connected with the Daily Messenger and the Playhouse. POSITION FILLED i . T . . . r.,.Ur,..;-r, -P lUolr-nlr.1 Cheshire, has been appointed to fill one of the two photostatic posts in the County Clerk's office. These posts were recently approved by the county super- i visors. S A. M 11 A. M 2 P. M ;-M . ......... 33 32 Sun sets to-day 4:55; rises tomorrow 7:39; sets tomorrow 4:56; moon, last quarter; new, Jan. 11. TRY A MESSENGER WANT AD S a v e 10% During January February-March Why not mak« it a thrilling week-end of ihopping, entertainment ond relaxation? Comfortable ·accommodations in the^ center of everything available at . . Ganali's-Set ' AUTO GLASS While "You Wait Sizes for All Car and Truck Windows CANALI'S GLASS SHOP [j (Rear Green Front Kcst.) n Niagara St. Phone 209-Ml TRY A DAILY MESSENGER WANT AD! ioao WEST AVENUE DINER John R. Hopkins, Jr., Prop. Menu for Sunday, January 11, 1948 1 'Full Course Dinners $1.50 Choice of Chicken Noodle Soup or Juice Relish (Hearts of Celery--Pickles--Olives) Fruit Jello Salad Southern Fried Chicken with Jelly Broiled (Prime) Sirloin Steak Sea Food Plate (Oysters, Scallops, Haddock) with Sliced Lemon and Tarter Sauce Baked Virginia Ham with Raisin Sauce Choice of Potato -- Choice of Vegetable Rolls and Butter Tea Coffee Milk Homemade Pies -- Cake Ice Cream Also other -full course dinners and all a la carte orders Full Course Luncheon Daily--70c Open 24 Hours Glbse^ Mondays i e O 1 I e IOE3O1 zoao .':'^~t, r .-ffVfA HOME and AUTO SUPPLIES Corner Main and Bristol Streets Phone 510-W ANNUAL CLEARANCE OF ' ' These Shoes Are Going For LESS Than C o s t . . . Leathers, Gabardines and Suedes VOGUAIRES Values to $7.50 . . ENNA JETTICKS Values to $8.50 . . Connies and Jacquelines Values to $7.50 . . Tune in WGVfl ,6:10, for Local and Vicinity News SELBY S Values to $11.50 $£95 6 Growing Girls' Loafers Large Sizes Values 16 $5.00 . . ODD LOT WOMEN'S HOUSE 5-'- ·! ! Shoes For the Whole Family "

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