The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 17, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 5

Canandaigua, New York
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Monday, July 17, 1939
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. fT H MONDAY, JULY 17,1939. Massey-Harris Exclusive Sales Service FOR ONTARIO COUNTY Don Howard H. L. Thompson's Dry Cleaning Service 25 Years Of Experience All Work Guaranteed Prices Reduced During July Bring in your clothes today and lake advantage of this saving. Phone 708-M We Call For and Deliver By burning 25% slower than the average ef the 15 other of the largest-selling brands tested- slower than any of them -CAMELS give smokers the equivalent of EXTRA .SMOKES PER PACK COOLER, milder smoking in -* longer-burning Camels. Extra smoking, too, as shown fay the following results of a recent impartial laboratory comparison of 16 of the largest-selling brands: 1 CAMELS tv-crc found to contain MORE TOBACCO BY WEIGHT than the average for the 15 other of the largest-selling brands. 2 CAMELS BURNED SLOWER THAN ANY OTHER BRAND TESTED -25^ SLOWER THAN THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15 OTHER OF THE LARGEST-SELLING BRANDS! By burning 25% slower, on the average, Camels give smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK! 3 In the same tests CAMELS HELD THEIR ASH FAR LONGER than the average time for all »h« other brands. Yes, Camel's fine, s expensive tobaccos do mate a difference. Dc-Hcaic taste--fragrant atoma ...smoking pleasure at its best, and more oj it! Camel is the quality cigarette every smoker can afford. CAMELS eosruifc TOBACCOS TWENTY DIE IN UPSTATE AREA Automobile F a t a l Hies Drownings Claim Many Lives in Weekend ALBANY (/I') -- T\,ent.v PCTSOLN died in uostate New York accidents this weekend as recreation seekers moved into the area seeking relief from city heat. The deaths, by communities, were: WATERTOWN -- Edward Rivers, 10, drowned while swimming in the Black River. BUFFALO -- Albert Neth. 22, Fred Ritter, 45, and Raymond Clif- loid. MO. of Buffalo, kuk'o in v head-on automobile collision. ROSENDALE -- George Calhoun, 55, killed when his car crashed into a telephone pole. AUBURN -- Bernard L. Duncan, 20, Knoxville, Tenn., car in which he was riding crashed into a tree. SYRACUSE -- Felix Balastra, 47; crushed when he fell into loading conveyor at Solvay Process Company where he worked; Earl Phelps, 41, Massena; car in which he was riding collided with a 'bus. ROCHESTER -- Charles Eldridge, 71. Honeoye, N. Y., struck by an automobile. OSWEGO -- Robert Flint, five; ran over by wagon when horses bolted on father's farm. ONEIDA -- Mrs. Daisy Van Slyke, 31; automobile in which she was riding struck by train. BALLSTON SPA -- John Farrell, 23, Saratoga Springs; Florence Bush, 18, Ballston Spa; car in which they were riding collided with train. BUFFALO -- Riley Parker, 72, East Aurora; injured in automobile accident. ALBION -- Mrs. Anna Laskey, 63, Barre, N. Y.; automobile in which she v/as riding left highway, crashed into tree. NASSAU -- Theron C. Jacobis, 17, East Sch'odack; drowned while fishing in Lyons Lake. ALBANY -- Mrs. David Lock. 60. Albany; struck by an automobile. KINGSTON -- Hudson Emery, 20, Kingston; drowned while swimming in Williams Lake. PLATTEKILL -- Watson Bailey, 22; Rifton, N. Y.; car he was driving left highway and overturned. CORNING -- Herbert Gardner. 23, Lindley, N. Y.; fell beneath wheels of moving freight train. TROY -- Col. James A. McCarthy, 46, former secretary of the Rensselaer County Democratic Committee. Bullets Fly in WPA Strike Clash UNIT TO HONOR FORMER PASTOR Reception Planned For Rev., Mrs. R. D. Ross In Cheshire CHESHIRE -- The Young People's society assisted by the Hi- School Fellowship is planning? a re ception and supper in the church parlory Saturday evening for the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph D. Ross, of Conneaut, O., who will spend the weekend in this vicinity. The committee in charge is Misses Jean Van Sice, Vivian Gardner and Evelyn Jones. A program is being arranged. Mr. Ross will preach at the Community church, Sunday at 10:30. Bluebird Club to Meet Mrs. Charles Penoyer will be hostess to the Bluebird club, Wednesday afternoon. Trustee to Organize The trustees of Union School will hold their organization meeting j Tuesday night. I Berry Crops 5ood The timely rains keep the berries in fine shape so that the second I and third pickings are exceptional. ' Wheat is being cut and crops look very good. Minneapolis police fired bullets and' tear gas shell?: frcm armored cars and one man was killed when striking WPA pickets clashed with patrolmen who nought to escort 100 women from a sewing project. Police in armored cruisers are shown discharging- a tear gas grenade through slots in the side of the armored trucks to disperse the crowd of dcmonstra tors on a street corner. Centerfield v URS. EAHL APPLffiTOl* Staff Correspondent CENTERFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher, of Cambridge, and daughter. Mrs. Henry Mesick- and sons. Robert and Donald, of G;eemvich. have been eursts of (Iv former's sister. Mrs. Lester Bliss and other relatives here. They were enroute to their home after attending the wedding of their son. John H. Fisher and Miss Stella Frizzell in Detroit. Mich. Mrs. Holland Bliss, of Canandaigua, accompanied her brother to attend the wedding. Robert and Donald Mesick were guests of relatives here during their absence. Miss Fisher was formerly Miss Ethel Fisher, a former resident of Bristol. Miss Stella Mack of Rochester, is spending a week with Miss A. Marie Fitzgerald at the home of John Hoffman. Wheeler Station road. Miss Virginia McMahon . of Rochester, spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McMahon. Centerfield road. Miss Leah Walker who has been recovering from a fractured ankle received in a fall at Clark Manor House last January, and has been at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hall. Centerfield road, resumed her duties this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Winne and son moving from their home on Davidson Avenue, to their new farm home on Centerfield road. where they have been making extensive improvements for several months. Mr. Winne's office on Coach street. Canandaigua, will be at the farm soon. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Burlingham and sons. Gene and Vern. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Appleton. Centerfield road, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Fred Appleton and Mrs. Helen Casey at Hilton Beach. Lake Ontario. Mrs. Robrr! Appleton and Miss Catherine Bliss. Cooler road. V.TIT Fridnv nw.M.s of M-P. Gcorcr Woolston at East Blooir.firld. HOPEWELL BRIEFS Shortsville ROBERT T. SCHAEPER Sta, f f Correspondent Fourteen - year - o!fl Lynn Thompson, a bystander, was hit by a bullet in the barrage Minneapolis police loosed against a brick throwing: crowd of WPA picket demonstrators. His finger shot off, Lynn run screaming through clouds of tear gas and sought first aid behind police lines. One man was kilK'd and eight were tnjurcd in the melee. MODERN ETIQUETTE By ROBERTA LEE Q._V,'h-:l !tn;sir should the bride i select i'cr her wedding? j A.--Slip may ^eicoi any music she j v;ishe-. bin ;hr -vcdc'ir.g march from j the cpovp. Lohengrin is the most j popular. Q.--Is it permissible for a man to watc-h a woman rvint and dis- moaii, r.:"- horse without aid? j A.--Ko: iie must always assist i her unless she is accompanied by a proo-i! vhn i:; acc'Mom^d to doing this for her, I Q.~\Vl:v" ;. rr.;r-:-:; a' ;· h o u ' i . i where are one's callers usually re- ] ceivcd? I A.--In rnc of the p'iV:ir Mili:ir rooms. Q. Is it permissible Jr a dinner r u c M 10 yii r i n:irn ;..rv pr. J'OIVKTS :r. ~ ' SHORTSVILLE -- Rita Walters is -spending two weeks in Seneca Falls as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Walters. j Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stanley of i North Main Street is spending a week in New York and Jersey City, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Minugh. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hausser have returned to Jersey City after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scherr in Terrace Place. Mrs. Frank Hulburt has returned home after spending some time in Bristol as the guest of Mrs. R. Hayward. Dorothy Mangan has returned to Rochester after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warfield in Pioneer Road. . Wendall K. Bushnell has returned home from Gloversville and Canastota where he visited relatives. Patricia VanCott of Buffalo is spending some time with Miss Jane VanCott in High Street. Mrs. C. W. Ebert and Mrs. Hari:d E. Baker of Cincimiaii have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter "W. Lucas in West Main Street. Maurice Slocum is spending sev- i - a i -.vseks at Saranac Lake, Adirondack Mountains. Mr and Mrs. Michael Hussar of Great Neck. L. I., and Mrs. Wayne White and children, Miss Jeanne r n d Galen of New York. verc guest.; recently at the home of Mrs. Nora B. Rogers in Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Farnsworth and daughters. Shirley and Wilma were recent guests in Orleans of Earl Salisbury- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cummings of South" Danby hae beevn guests of Mr. and Mrs. Almus A. Cummings. Miss Marie Hinz of Tarvytown \va s a recent guest guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Hinz in 'Main Street. Mr" and Mrs. Ransom Broomfield were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Redfield on Canandaigua Lake, recently. Martin Dykeman has returned to Maniius after spending a week, with Mr and Mrs. George Miller, Jr. Mi. and Mrs. Arthur T. Hinds of St. Petersburg. Fla.. is spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Scliacler and the remainder of the Summer on Canandaigua Lake. DEPUTY TO SPEAK STANLEY -- Mrs. Emma Cn-,r. Juvenile Deputy for Ontario County, -."ill be the guest speaker at thu u-guiar meeting of Seneca Grangf VvThir.-cir.Y evening. She ?. T il1 outline UK Juvenile activities in the cour.- CLINIC SLATED TLESDAV HALL--A child health clinic be held in the office of Dr. Kenneth I Ward Tuesday afternoon Irom 1 Uiitil 4 o'clock. Miss Beatrice Jenstii of the Public Health Nursing staff, will assist. Mrs. Charrie Patterson and son Duntcn, of Brooklyn, ars spending seme time with her parents. Mr and Mrs. Charles Cron.iour-y. ~ f I i Spangle Street. v.'il!j Miss Marian Dolliver, of Lima. \vere recent guests of friends ir. Hopewell. Miss Lena Bailey, of WcllaviUe, i? spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haring. TROPICAL SUtTS ' Values to $22.50 Now All on Sale at One Low Price= f "" 15 85 Single aj^^ible. breasted models for men young imlttyall drastically reduced to' this -one low sale price,. Stripes and solid colors in blues, greys, browns. "". Style-right models by foremost HURRY! GET YOURS NOW! SAVE]; Shenk man The Men's Store of f anandaigua. nn.'kT no ci.Tirrc.:-';!:(·· ' An airplane will be used in mis- ··-:;, l r - 'ir.r r,-,; r , r k:.-;c sionary work in Borneo, allowing: ·;.j; in r.T',-. ri:a; ·.vt!v.]i; workers 1o reach areas never be- ir \ ili-onrv;,;;:;. fore penelrated. Three Drown in Coast Guard Plane Crash Three men were drfwned and wo seriously injurra whrn lhi« -r-a*t irard sraplaw, the V-IM, -d 15* mfle ort tr. the Atlantic while on a trip «f m?icy from X«v York la bring asn«re a sfc-k mariner. BesWes tw« meml«TS «f the flaiie ·«·», the sk* tn^n, Gr*T£«- Priest, «f Falmfnrth. Mass^ who h«4 striefcen with appn^ieHis ahMrd the KeUh Atlantis, perfelMrf in an attempt^ teke-«ff. LOOK at the SAVINGS! . . . then come in and look at the Suits. You'll realize, then, why men are flocking to ----^ : ; SHENKMAN'S MID-SUMMI u Values to $19.75 NOW REDUCED TO . . . Regular $25.00 Values NOW REDUCED TO . . , .Regular $30.00 Values NOW REDUCED TO . . . Regular $35.00 Values NOW REDUCED TO . .... Regular $45.00 Values NOW REDUCED TO . By Fashion Park REGULARLY $50.. NOW $55 HICKEY FREEMAN SUITS REDUCED TO T $ $ $ 23 27 36 ; 85 ». ..j.' S'V' $65 HICKEY FREEMAN SUITS REDUCED TO $42-50 $49.50 SUITS BY FASHION PARK, MICHAELS STERN, ADLER ROCHESTER WORSTEDS CHEVIOTS TWfiEDS SHARKSKIN'S TWISTS Single Breasted and Double Breasted Models, Including Drapes -- Bi-Swinjjs, Hollywood*, Sports SHENKMAN'S The Men's Store of Canandaigua

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