The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 17, 1939 · Page 2
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 2

Canandaigua, New York
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Monday, July 17, 1939
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N.J^MONDAY, JULY 17,1989. tur-day Celebration iled in Phlelps To i 150th Anniversary MOT*-"- Pageants, parades, | dreds of old Phelps grads for a tad family reunions and reli- monstrous get together party. Mrvtees will high-light the I churches of Phelps will sponsor wl|Liaia»ratlo'n" commemorat- "church pay".Sunday. August 13, _' 'tt» t»th anniversary of the as the concluding event of the cele- tOWH *nd village of Phelps to be| brat ion. Among the prominent ·VWM JMWPM ·-··TM^w ·--- -- * bftld here August 10th to 13th. jOr 11. M. Croll and the vari- committees have outlined a fttt for -the four days and are holding weekly meetings iron- Ing* out the minor details. Contract f9r; an elaborate street decorating ·cneme has .been awarded to the OiSA. Trahan Company. With the installation of flower boxes on the ort£m«Qt»l.".IWM* P° les ' tne 90 ywfr old Ttown .Hall and. on many of the*bustaes6 - places, the village hirf already made a start to dress- ujTJfor the occasion. Ihe pageant, with a cast of 200 ' ' events of a historical ^^..,--B. ------- -- - nature from 1779 when General 's campaign in the war for Independence reached into this re- gkm, to the present period " will be guest-clergymen listed for attendance that 'day -is ; Bishop Ernest L. Waldorf, head of the Methodist church in the Chicago area. Bishop Waldorf -who -was -pastor of -the Phelps Methodist Episcopal Church from 1903 until 1905. will preach from his .old pulpit on Church Day. The Rev...C. L. Rosekrans, pastor, is chairman of a committee in charge of re-dedicating the Old Cemetery., in West Main Street, burial places of hundreds of .pion- eca-s and soldiers of the early wart. The services will be held during the afternoon, Sunday. A popularity contest, in which var ious organizations are request- e( j to. nominate a candidate to be cr0 wned queen of the pageant, is in charge of O. F. Crothers. treas- . . under " the direction of the' u r e r Q £.|he Sesquie Committee B. Eogers : .Company. Script Log ' ca 'bms now occupying space for* the three day attraction has ln the Main Street parkway and a prepared by Mrs. -Helen Rid- | barmer strung across the main histttrfe'iT for the Sesqui Cen- | thoroughfare through the village ial Committee. The Rev. C. H. . serve as a reminder to those who D*nrtdn is- chairman of the histor- pass ^^ phelps is. preparing to leif production, which will be stag- j honor : ' its pioneers, on the 150th edjtach evening Except Sunday, | anniversary" ^Thursday, the opening day, has' bWh designated as "Civic Day", and wflTbe given over Urthe- local busi- nelf interests and merchants for th-'mdvntrlal parade in charge of "» ebmmittee headed by D. A. Hib- former Chief of the Phelps , Department. R. H. Petty, F. A. To rc Welch will _ '!ti"-chafge of the historical ex- hihit. - ' John Becker -Robison, tlie first seSler to penetrate this wil- . lisa, .will . be. honored v , a ; prbgram to be pre- by the Robison dependents, ^ociatiop df about 40 mem- It wfli be known as '"John Robison Memorial Day." rical, alumni and home- day is slated for Saturday, . 13. Dr. W. A, Howe, gra- of the '-Phelps High school e Class of 1882, is chair.. 'A' committee of alumni of- seekine v to round up hun- Mrs. Frank Dixon Wins Hall Grange Contest HALL -- Mrs. Frank Tixon was the winner .- in,- the subordinate bread 'making contest for Hall Grange at the regular meeting Saturday. f evening..-.Some six contestants entered and Mrs. Walter Enos scored secdrid. Judges-were Mrs. John .Bishop, of Ben ton; Mrs. Jennie Robbins, of Billsboro. and .Mrs. John Ross, of Stanley. Dr. p. K. Tressler of the State .Experiment Station in Geneva, gave a talk,-on frozen fruits. Outdoor plays have been given annually m an outdoor theater on Mt. .Tanialpais; California, for 26 years. . Buy : Your Coal Now... At SUMMER Prices! There's money to be made -- just by ' ordering your coal now! Naturally, when it's'warm, there's little demand for .coal. That's why prices are LOW --that's why you can SAVE a substan- ? tial sum if you act at once. Order now " -- beat high prices! ^ * PHONE 157 f HAZEL BROOK * "Dependable Anthracite" W. A. CARR Canandaigua, N. Y. Tragedy Hits Miners' Families MISSION UNITS REPORT BUDGET Methodist Agencies Conduct Final Sessions In Clifton Springs Mrs Forest Dunbar (left) sobs near the shaft of a coal mine at Providence, Ky.. while waiting: -- and hoping -- for a message from her husband, one of 27 men trapped by a mine explosion. But the message never came, for officials later announced that Dunbar and 18 others had perished. Mrs. John Fitts, right, is the wife of a rescue crew worker. , HopeweO Missionary Groups Have Meeting HOPE WELL--Mrs. Frank Bishop of Spangle Street, was hostess recently at a joint meeting of the M. L Linquist Heads Phelps Rotary Club PHELPS -- Rotary Club of Phelps has elected these officers: President. Maynard L. Linquis:: charge. Readings were given members and a picnic supper ·erved. Attend Shower Mrs. Alfred Coomber. Mr?. i attendance committee, T. E. Da! vey. Dr. Phillip Landers, Leo M. · Goldsworthy, and Laurence W. Fred! Hatcn - Mi-c club Service. Robert C. Burnett; i a'7d vocational service. Gail Huston; Ti.irV' community service, Linford M. Croll; international service, the and 5erben'bol7"attended a variety ----. Rosekrans; pro gram, shower given recent^ for Mi». D a i - J K ^ * Burnette; aims and ob- win Kent formerly Florence Allen^ p clark board of direc . bv Mrs. Martin Coolcv. 01 I I I L . J -- _ _ , _, ,,_ ^,-- T,.., Siiortsville-Canandaigua Road. Ladies' Aid Clears SI 2 Nearly $12'was cleared at rhe ice iawn oil tors, F. F. Broshard, Dr. Don Pulver and Dr. P. H. Landers; scout committe, Gail Huston, the Rev. C. S. Rosekrans. Laurence v-- - Laoieb ,. . . vT- 1 Hatch, Fred Broshard and Dr. Don Pulver. Chairman will select their committees . New Zcalar.d has an world average. cream social held on the the Chapin Methodist Thursday evening by the Aid Society. Honcred On Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Newlon anci j 0 ^'"(jeath""rate compared with the l.ei sister. Mrs. Harry Washburn. ertertained at supper at the home of Mrs. Newton Friday evening in celebrating the birthdayt, of Mr. Washburn and his daughter. Doris. Others present were Mi. and Mrs. Gordon Brown and her mother. Mrs. Mary Brown, and her sister. Miss Isaphine Tracy, of Canandai- Daily Messenger Summer Patterns, UP"-TO-DATE CLIFTON SPRINGS -- The last meeting of the World Service Commission. the Million Unit Fellowship and other missionary agencies of the new national Methodist Church, was held here at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium Friday night. Of general interest to Methodists all over the nation is the final ratio of distribution among World Service agencies for the current fiscal year. Each local Methodist Church contributes toward this missionary project. The ratio of general distribution. as decided at Clifton Springs, is as follows: Board of Temperance. Prohibition and Public Health. $90,000; Board of Hospitals. Homes and Deaconess Work. $94.807; Board of Pensions and Relief, $61.250; American Bible Society, $40.000: General Conference Commission on World Peace, $17500: Theological Schools $80,000 and Special Grant to Board of Foreign Missions. $85,000. j The remainder to be distributed will be divided among the Board of Foreign Missions. 41 per cent, Board of Home Missions and Church Extersion. 41 per cent and the Board of Education, 18 p=r cert Although there was a decrease in missionary giving this past year, Bishop T. Keeney. Chicago, pointed out that measuring from the financial base' line which prevailed at the General Conference of 1936, there has been, over a period of less than three years, an increase of $1.371.821. Total giving for World Srvice last year was $3,395.490. Items in a new promotional program will include: A series of sub- district group meetings in every annual conference across the country; Fellowship Week. November 12-19 with a special day for women Tuesday. November 14; promotion of special offerings, on Mis- "ionary Day. Sunday. October la. and during Christmas and Easter Season- also the annual fellcv/ship Tea for Women, Tuesday, February 6, 1940. Members of the conference of the general and women's missionary. agencies held their devotional ser- vicse Thursday and Friday in the sanitarium chapel, with the Rev. Stanley I. Stuber, chaplain, leading. Clifton Springs Briefs Miss Ada Williams of Mt. Vernon, has arrived to spend part of ber vacation as guest of her brother. D. B. Williams and Mrs. Williams. Sergeant Gordon Butler is spending two weeks at Camp Smith, Peekskill. . The Rebekahs held their picnic to which the Odd Fellows and their families were invited, at Seneca Park, Geneva, Friday. Dr. S. F. Kutz and family have returned from vacation, Friday. Stuart Williams of Kenmore spent Saturday and Sunday with Charles Lane Elected Boys' State Councilman GORHAM -- Charles Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lane, who is attending; the Boys' State Conference, in Syracuse, got mixed up in politics. He ran for County Clerk but failed to defeat his opponent. However, he landed the job of Councilman. Me reports a good lime and expects to return to his home in Gorhain the coming week. Guild Plans Social The W. W. G. Girls of the Baptist Church, will sponsor an ice cream social at the church Thursday evening. Mission Group to Meet The Woman's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs. Cora L. Crosier. Tuesday afternoon. The study book be reviewed » part of thej program. Gorham Brief* Miss Jessie Witter, who has been spending several months with Miss Ann Robson, has resumed her position with the S. Thrall family at West Orange, N. J. The July birthday social of the Emmanuel Class of the Methodist ·Church School, will be held Thursday. Committee is Isabelle Smith, Florence Wells, Sarah Randall, Mrs. Ruy Fuller and Mrs. frank McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Melious and daughter, Virginia, spent a few days the past week visiting the World's Fair. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Loughry, of Montpelier. O., were recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Gasper. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fuller spent the past week with their daughter, Mrs. Floyd Roomc of Buffalo. Columbian Binder Twine and Hay Rope Hay Cars, Forks and Pulleys Fish Brewer, Inc. 15 Bristol St Phone 104 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. 15C. Williams. I've found a girdle with a non-roll top! And it won't ride-up either ! It's a LeGant*"Sta-Up-Top "Veil of Youth No more girdle edges riding up! No more girdle tops rolling down! No more pulling and tugging at your clothes! Instead . . . sleek, suave lines that stay that way once you've slipped into a BRA and girdle with the amazing new "Stay-Up- Top" for a high, snug, waistline! "Two Way-One Way" back control, and Talon fastener. Rayon satin front panel and rayon satin Lastex back panel. In the new Nude! Alphabet A'lure* "Sta-Up- Band" Bra of Lastex satin and Alencon lace. Adjustable shoulder straps--$1.00 Le Gant Sta-Up-Top* Girdles, $5.00 ONNOLLY'C Department Stored . . Grange Sponsors S:icia! A uood crowd attended the ic-- c:eam social and dance Thursday evening, sponsored by'.vili Granee in the Town Hall in charge of the Service and Hospi'.alir. Com- irittec. Mrs. Edgar Jonc.:. Mrs. K.- vard Wilkinson and MR-. Ancircw Shaughnessy. Hopewcll Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Donald r.:;;de a business trip to Srucu'-e T'r.ursday. Mrs. Robert Faulkner c»; :.·«· Cr-untv HOUPO Road. vittd h-- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B!.-:- icv. of Hcchc-stCT. Frida% ?.it-rno-j-i. 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