The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 12, 1948 · Page 11
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Canandaigua, New York
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1948 PAGE FIVK TOE ?ALOOKA by Ham Fisher WHATTA A MEAN CALUN'ME HERE... _,, ftf _ rn ^. VA rA SQU.«JLY/^ *££' CLUCKff ' ^- eo ^vl^ HE'S THE SOOM. ARBITER TOOK/. ANYONE BARRED FROM THE CUIB HERON JUST ISN'T ANYBODY HES A. MAGNIBCENT SPECIMEN, ELLEN. PARDON ME, IKR BONeSSA... HERE'S SOAEONE WANTS XXJ ON THE TELEPHONE...HE WOULDN'T GIVE HIS NAME. C A60RGEOU5 ( HUNK OF MAN Classified Advertising must be received in the office of The Daily Messenger before 3:00 p. m. to insure publication next day. Stop orders n»«~,t be received by 5 p. m. Cred'*. '..ul not be allowed for errors-in advertisements unless reported before 10 a. m. on the day following first publication. Identity of advertisers using box numbers for "blind ad" replies cannot be revealed. Please do not ask Jfor this information. Advertisers ·will be required to pay postage . when necessary to forward any "Mind ad" replies by mail. The right is reserved to edit or F reject any advertising copy. RATES--15c per line charged, 12c per line cash or If paid within 10 days after first insertion. 3 consecutive insertions, 13c per line charged, lOc per line cash. Other long term rates on request. Phone 897 / for Ad Taker AUTOMOTIVE Automobllet For Salt IT USED CAR--1932 4 door sedan black, new tires, new battery, motor overhauled, new brakes. 5295.00 cash. 6 Atwater Park. Phone 753-W. x85-9 Farm Equipment 24 McCORMICK DEERING 4 roll corn shredder in good condition. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. Phone 1125-W. 93-9 \ Articles Ftr Sal* ANNOUNCEMENT* *oielal NatlM I BEAUTIFUL COLOR MOVIES of your children taken now become valued treasures of tomorrow. Ask for your free color picture. Phone 351-M. Stanley Wooden, Canandaigua, N. Y. x85-13 CARPENTER WORK--G a r a g e 'overhead doors, porch enclosures, kitchen remodeling. W. M. Lewis. Honeoye Falls, N. Y. Phone 11-M. X85-10 FOR SALE-- 1946 Chevrolet sedan, heater, defroster, radio, fog lights. Excellent''condition. Must sell immediately. Will sacrifice price. Call 284-R. x6-ll i 8 AND 12 FOOT Rotary Hoes in J j stock. One of these machines will j j rid your crops of soil robbing j ! weeds at a low cost. Charles ; Highest Prices Paid on the Spot . -A' Ul USED GARS A. W. White 25 Ontario St Phone 158 Highest Cash Price* for U S E D C A B S Carter Phillips Motors, Incorporated Phone 290 Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 JUST" "RECEIVED carload of springtooth harrows, 3 and 4 sections, with reversible point teeth. Get yours now. They won't last long. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 FOR SALE--Philco table model radio S7.50. Philco 3 band rad'o, floor model, $20.00, Philco two band floor model radio $25.JO, largo roll top desk 15.00, baby bed, no springs or mattress $3.50, baby bed complete $10.00, Prime electric fencer, bat!cry type 58.00. I n q u i r e L. H. Loven, Cent-vrfield, N Y x85-9 HEATROLA FOR SALE--60 No. Pearl or phone 92-1-J. 7-11 SEVERAL sets good used 11-36, -in.pp 1 " | -3° *"d"*o"" *ir°s ?.t ?. reasonable price. Your steel wheel tractor would be worth several dollars more if a set of these tires, tubes and rims were installed. See U3 today. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 FOR SALE--Skates, 2 pair ladies, white, sizes 6 and 7, also one pair figure skates, size 7, one pair mens tube skate, size 8. Can be seen at Red Jacket rink. x6-ll 2--3 AND 5 ton capacity farm wagons on rubber or drop center wheels in slock. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. Phone 1125-W. 93-9 Tires and Accessories 19 U. S. ROYAL tires, Dunlop tires. DIBBLE'S Lake Shore station. 23-59tf WANTED--Ride to Canandaigua trom Hecker's Cider Mill about 8:30 a. m. Phone 1149-W. x!7-7tf FOR PROMPT, efficient ash and refuse service call 216-J or C. Reese. 81 Chapin St. 13-32 WATER WELLS--For more experience, better equipment and i*ss cent., call or write Barney A. Moravec, Penn Yan. Telephone 390. .-. ·- - 48-61tf CHAIR SAGGING? Divan oumpy? We can restore furniture to Its original comfort. Right in your home. Work guaranteed. Divan $18.50, chair, $8.75. Phone your furniture problems to Sharkey furniture repair, Cdga, 97. 70-63tf WANTED--Hay and straw. Buy- tog, all grades at top market prices. W. J. Kipp, 18 Niagara St. Phone 137. 47-61tf Lost and Found 2 LOST--Gold bracelet with good luck charm between Farrell's apparel store and Nonna Shop. Reward. Call 910-W. 4-9 WHEN IN NEED of automobile glass call on me at Centerfield, N. Y. Can give you a factory type job while you wait. Glass channels and felts in stock. L. H. Loven, Route 5 20, Centerfield, N. Y. 40-32 Farm Equipment 24 7--8 AND 10 FOOT cultimulchers ir» v+r\r\r for* i mmorlifil n Hoi ivorv. The fastest working tillage tool on the m a r k e t . Charles Coryn, Jr., Caiiandaigua. 0,".-',) PAGE 2 horse-power garden tractor and cultivator, Bready ?'!· horse power garden tractor and equipment, Redman RoLh 3 and 5 horse power tractors w i t h forward and reverse speeds, plows, cultivators, sickle bar, etc., now available. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 FOUND--Siring of pearls at Pickering Hotel. Owner must i d e n t i - fy and pay for ad. Ask for E. C. Pearce. ^i-' 1 Foods 6 APPLES for eating and cooking, our own pasteurized fruit juices, eggs, potatoes. Will deliver. Phone 1195-R. Hecker Cider Mill. 56-10tf Help Wanted II WANTED--Tool and Die makers --modern plant, pleasant work- Ing conditions. Apply Personnel office, Velo-King, Inc. 10 Chapin St. Canandaigua. 74-11 OVER $2 AN HOUR! Sell name plates for houses. W r i t e National Engraving, 212 Summer, Boston, Mass. x6-9 WANTED--Washings only. Specialty for ruffled curtains. Phone 1294-J. 15-11 Male Help Wanted 13 WANTED--Man for permanent ' responsible position in local tire store. Must have previous sales business experience. Tire or knowledge preferred, but not essential. Good starting salary and bonus. Apply at Dunlop Tire Store 29 So. Main St. 14-11 WANTED--Married man to work on farm by the year. W. II. Winne, Centerfield Rd., Canandaigua. Phone 1140-M. 14-14 Wanted 13- A Vv ANTED--Sewing to do at home. Phone 958-J, 48 Parrish St.. upstairs. X26-13 Situations Wanted Phone Geneva 43-F-13 Charles Agonito Mason Contractor Builder Plastering - Landscape Masonry -Fire Brick -Sol is . --Outdoor Fireplaces 9 Geneva St. Geneva, N. Y. 100-15 OVERCOME YOUR Difficulties by reading and using The Messenger Classified Ads. CARLOAD disc harrows in stock. 7-8-9 foot sizes, 16 or 18 inch blades. Also orchard or vineyard disc with 20 inch blades. Buy before prices increase. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 TAVERN CANDLES. Pyrex. Hall tea pots, 7 pc. cake sets, games. China Gift Shop PECKS Snd floor. 13-11 Mrs. Leighton Gilbert Heads Church Society BRISTOL--Mrs. Leighton Gilbert has been elected clerk of Bristol Universalist Church society. Other newly elected olficers include: Miss Jane Fisher ( r e elected) treasurer; Earl Pestle, trustee, three years; Mrs. Benjamin Jones, Sunday sciiool superintendent: Miss Dorothy Jones i re-elected) secretary-treasurer. Reports have been submitted from Miss Jones, church treasurer; Mrs. H. K. Martin, secretary of the Association of Universalist Women; Mrs. Herbert Widman, cnniptinn treasurer* Mrs. Jnnf Sunday school superintendent; Miss Jane Fisher, Teen Timers club; Rev. Robert Dick, pastor. DON'T _ KEMP'S BALSAM FOR cod^fcs ous TO C O L D S W I N T E R C A R N I V A I Coming back from a (rial ski run in the hills around Great Harrington, Mass., are (left to right) Pat Bardin. Jack Ostrom, Frank Knobel and Connie Graham. The young college students were participants in the "winter wonderland" carnival of the Berkshire Hills School of Arts and Sciences. MORTON'S tender quick sausage seasoning, smoke salt, meat saws, cleavers, butcher knives, hog scrapers, skinning knives. PECK Hdw. Co. 13-11 10--11 FOOT single gang culti- packers with 15 or 18 inch packer wheels and weight boxes. $100 each and up. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua, N. Y. 93-9 9--10 AND 13'/·: inch Minneapolis- Moline, Gehl and Harvey Red Head hammermills with or without cutterhead, for immediate delivery. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 03-9 Livestock 26 FOUR DRAWER steel letter files now in stock, also steel card files, all sizes, both single and double drawer. The CORNER BOOK Store. H-9 OFFICE SUPPLIES--We have a complete stock of loose leaf systems for large and small business. Stop in and look them over. The CORNER BOOK Store. 11-9 ANDES Combination ranges, Gibson electric stoves, home freezers and refrigerators, ice choppers, snow shovels and snow pushers. MERSON Hardware. 10-9 FOR SALE--New GE electric range. Fifty dollars under list price for quick sale. Can be seen from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Cooler's Texaco Service, Canandaigua street, Shortsville, N. Y. 9-11 Stores and Offices 49 OFFICE . ROOMS--Centrally located, Frank Grabner. x59-10 Wanted To Rent 50 WANTED--4 or 5 room apartment by two adults and child. Both working in city--best of references. Write Box F-5, c/o Messenger. 97-10 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Houses For Salo f(JK fc.AL.Jk--i'lKS--I WeL'KS OKI. Ben Johnson. Phone 1110-R. 91-9 WANTED--Number of fresh cows or springers. Gene Fisher, Hoi- comb, N. Y. Phone 292. x72-9 I J',l,f-U I K I I ^ H H J I U U S , V p u i l i c t - , v · belts, electric drills and grinders, water system and pipe. Coy Street Hardware. 8-11 Eggs and Poultry 28 PULLETS--5 1 .-: mos. B. Rock $2.50 each. 1061-M evenings. x6-10 20 AND 21 inch cut gasoline driven power lawn mowers in stock. S125 and $150 each. Buy now before prices increase. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 Farm Equipment 24 TWO USED 21 inch cut gasoline driven power lawn mowers in good condition. A real buy at $75.110 each. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. Phono 1125-W. 03-9 SPREADER TYPE lime sowers for immediate delivery. ?50 each. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 NEW FIRESTONE tractor tires, tubes and rims. We will cut down your steel wheels and load your tires w i t h calcium in our shop. Get our prices today. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 MERCHANDISE Articles For Sale 32 MEDIUM sized heater for sale, coal or wood--also boar pig about 1 yr. old, good size. Phone Holcomb 471-B. x85-9 TRACTOR MODEL , m a n u r e spreaders w i t h wheels for 20" tru\.-'i 'ire--. Itr;-^! T .cr' crirload "his week. S275.00. Don Howard, Canandaigua. 75-11 5 FT. REVOLVING bookcase. Call 1113-M. 87-9 HYDRAULIC lift snow plow! New! Has "A" frame complete! Fits Dodge t r u c k ! Big saving! C. H. Ryerson, Inc. No. Main St. Phone 696-R. 86-9 KALAMAZOO heating stove, coal or wood. John De Smith, Bristol Center, N. Y. x85-9 BABY CARRIAGE^ aluminum Taylor Tot. Phone 416-W. x59-10 ACE~FARM~~HOME FREEZERS, stainless steel tops, cork insulation. 10--15--20--21 and 30 cubic foot. Special price this month only. Don Howard, Cdga. 64-10 SPRING-TOOTHED HARROWS, 3 or 4 section with reversible or plain teeth. Immediate delivery. Don Howard, Cdga. 64-10 9 PIECE w a l n u t d i n i n g room suites, bed room suites, ···leetric washers and refrigerators. Neilson, 16 Coy St. 96-8tf FOR SALE--Pair of No. 8 shoe skates, excellent condition. S1. Phone 1139-M. 5-10 NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS by Oscar Hit! NO TIME FOR. rAYRA... GIMME THAT TELEGRAM THE y .JENT US INVITIN' TO OOME HERE ft6 OF THE NEW YEAR'5 PAV CELEBRATION COMMITTEE OH YOU POOR BOY,. Kf WHAT ARE THEX DOING M TO YOU ?.'... WHATEVER YOU DIP I KNOW YOU'fiE Auction Sales 33 AUCTION--The place having been sold and the present owners moving to Florida, will sell at Smithoover residence, Macedon road (next door to the Moose Club), R. D., Canandaigua, N. Y. on Wed., Jan. 14 commencing at 10 a. m. Household goods, complete household effects of a 10- room home, these' suites are all nearly new: 5 bedroom suites, 2 living room suiles, 1 new; 2 breakfasl sets, odd chairs, cabinets, tables, etc.; Philco radio, Westinghouse range, Roper gas range. Wicker porch set, numerous rugs, carpeting, mirrors, dishes, cooking utensils, lamps, children's clothing and toys, linens and many o t h e r household articles too numerous to mention. This is a large sale and will slart on time. Quantity garden tools. Terms of sale--Cash. Harry C. Cole, Auctioneer-- Mrs. Fred Smithoover, owner. 99-9 AUCTION- Wed., Jan. 1-1 at 1:00 p. m. the De Lands will sell at public auction in their warm auction rooms. Crane St. Clifton Springs household goods including 9 piece dining room suite, sewing machine, Maytag washing machine, spinel desk and chair, etc. A n t i q u e s i n c l u d i n g "Gon^ W i t h the Wind Lamps", paisley shawl, early coverlet, whatnots, spool leg dining room table, large amount of glassware, etc. Carl E. Van Epps. Auctioned-. 5-9 APT. WANTED--Permanent VA employee seeks apt. for self, wife and infant son; furnished or unfurnished; heated or unheated; in or out of city; to S45.00; Write box G-3, Daily Messenger, Canandaigua, N. Y. 90-9 FOR SALE--One . house, five rooms and bath, hardwood floors, modern kitchen, automatic oil heat, insulated. ONE 8-ROOM HOUSE w i t h bath and modern kitchen. Call 1024-W. x55-9 Church Class Establishes New Loan Fund T. II. KENNEDY tHE FRIENDLY LOAN MAN SAYS "YOU WON'T BE EMBARRASSED!" Applying here for a loan If just like talking to a Irutlad friend . . . and {ml as confidential ! . . . jurt 05 friendly! Tell os your money worries. W« understand and know how to cooperate. Phone first for the coin in one trip. 141 So. Main St. Phone I'll FOR SALE--House centrally located, with 4 apartments. Price §6,000. DOUBLE HOUSE, No. Mam section, excelk'iit condition. Price $8,000. A GOING grocery business and gas station with living quarters, a thriving community. 5 mi. out. Equipment and lease for 1 year. $1,420 plus stock. Louise A. Evans, Broker. 458 So. Main. Phone 564-J. 2-10 Farms and Land S3 74 ACRES, good productive loam, no buildings, has good hard road frontage, nearly all workable or would make excellent pasture, plenty of water. Can ho bought i'pr $30 per acre. Phone Honeoye Falls 507-F-6. 83-11 FINEST FARM near Canandaigua just listed. 10 room house, hardwood floors, oak trim, electricily, excellent wells, complete hath, automatic water heater, automatic oil heat. Basement barn, hog house, dry house. Acreage consists mostly of grapes, blackberries, blueberries. Tolal acreage 58. Macadam road. Low assessment. Farm can he bought w i t h I or w i t h o u t e q u i p m e n t . Priced I reasonably. William Honry T-Tnw- 1 ly. Exclusive Broker. :-"2 Greig Terrace. Phone 399-W. 16-11 Typewriters 34 WE ARE headquarters for Royal Standard typewriters, also Royal and L. C. Smith portables. Call !!. The CORNER BOOK Stoic. 11-9 TYPEWRITERS We repair all makes of typewriters and adding machines. Expert sen-ice. Call 14. The CORNER BOOK Store. 11-9 Radio Sales, Service 40 RADIO SERVICE All makes repaired. Expert service. Cull H. The CORNER BOOK Store. 11-9 REAL ESTATE RENTALS Apartments For Rent 42 FOR RENT -Feb. ls% 3 room apartment, bath, excellent location. S65 a month. W. H. Hawlev. Broker. Phone 399-W. 98-9 MYRA SCANNED _ Vv \ THE MULTI-VARIED CONTENTS ^^ x \OFHERAMPI-Y-FIULEP 8AG...FUT NO LUCK/.'.- THE ALL IMPORTANT TELEGRAM MUST 0E 8ACK AT THEIR HOTEL.... THEV PONDL/ HOPE//'/ Houses For Rent 43 FURNISHED house with modern improvements for 2 months while in Florida. P/ione 1089-W. 16-15 Furnished Rooms 45 2 SLEEPING ROOMS or a 3 room apartment. Write box A-l, c/o Messenger Office. 88-9 Resorts and Cottages 48 FOR RENT--Furnished cottage, modern conveniences, within city limits, until March 15th. Phone rr-- ' ** 1 n 52o. o-lo Wanted, Real Estate 55 WANTED--Homes in Canandaigua and surrounding towns for clients with cash. Florence Trie- key, Canandaigua. 53-85tf WANTED--Listings of farms, city, village and business property. Arthur L. Young Realty Co., 31 So. Main St. Canandaigua. Phone 500. 60-5tf Legal Notices SHORTSVILLE -- Chairman Mrs. Edward G. Timbrell of the Presbyterian Sunday School Victory class committee, has announced a discussion of regulations governing the newly created Loan Fund for Higlier Education will be held in the church parlors Jan. 20 at S p. m. Also aiding Mrs. Timbrell on the committee are Misses Clara M. Johnson and -Mary C. Arnold of the Shortsville High School faculty. 'The Loan Fund is an a n n u a l loan of S100 incorporated for the benefit of needy students by the Victory class of Ihe Presbyterian church. The loan is to be awarded on Ihe Ihird Tuesday of September at the first fall meeting. However, the loan will not be granted unlil the applicant has matriculated as a regular fujl-time student for one snmppfor pf HIP school of his or her c he'ice. Ten years arc given for each student a.s a t i m e limit for t h e loan to be paid. The award will gn o n l y to those students who cannot, without such said, meet college expenses. Character, and scholarship will be the basis for the ar ward, each student applying must average at least 80 per cent in high school studies. Each loan is made in a one-year period, however, a loan may be renewed if the need continues, according to Mrs. Timbrell. The president, sec- retarv and three additional class members are to act as a committee in the choice of the student most eligible for the award. Rotary Club Holds First 1948 Meeting PIIELPS The R o l a r y CU'.'n reviewed t h e events of 1917 at i h e i r first meeting of i h c new year at the Phelps Hotel. Short talks were givon by Charles Robinson, "The coal industry," Rev. Charles II. Dayton. "Summary of I n t e r n a t i o n a l Affairs;" Robert Facer. " O u t s t a n d i n g Sports Events of 19-17" and two article.-, by H. 1. P h i l l i p s were read by Jack Dyke and Grove Nagel. 'The Rev! Charles Montgomery was received in the- club as a new member. The vice-president. P. A. Pcnta presided at the meet ing. Club rrKM-nhor. W i l l i n m W h i t son. i recovering from an o p e r a t i o n at the Clifton Springs s a n i t a r i u m . Clifton Faculty Club Names New Officers CLIFTON SPRINGS - - Officers i chosen for t h e Faculty club of C l i f - . ton Springs Central school are: | President. Mrs. R u i n W h » a t ; as- i sistant president, Mrs. Eleanor Cudmore: secretary-treasurer. Carl Rogers. Meetings will be held once a m o n t h . Swap Night Slated By Phelps Grange PHELPS--Wide Awake Grange No. 747 w'll entertain members of Reed Corners. Clifton Springs, and Oaks Corners Granges at the meeting on Wednesday evening. This will be a swap night; bring anything you would like to swap off. Bert Willson and Arthur Adams will be in charge. Members of the visiting Granges will take part in this also. Mrs. Lester Adams. Pomona lecturer, will tell about the State Grange meeting at Oswego in December. Mrs. Ruth Fairman, the Pomona delegate, will give the report of the Pomona meeting. Mr. and Mrs. .James Richmond will have charge of the refreshments. I A number of new members were j initiated in the first and second i I degrees of the Grange at the ini- j . tiation meeting at Enierprixe j j Grange on Wednesday evening. | The Wide Awake Grange degree j team did the degree work. FINANCE CORPORATION Holcomb MRS. EDWARD MCCARTHY ' CHJOV AHD CHIVENI£HC£ Of HOT WATER AT All JIMS NORGE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS HOLCOMB--Mrs. Robr:" Craw entertained Sunday a f t e r noon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton W. Ingles at a surprise b i r t h d a y p a r t y in honor of her sister Miss Rose/inn Carey. Games provided e n t e r t a i n m e n t and ref r e s h m e n t s were served. Guests included classmates, Sylvia Childs. Beverly McCarthy, Joan Kennedy, Carol Hudson, Mary Otte, Joyce Huyett, Joanne Cornish. Peggy Gauss, and Sheila Wemmett. Mrs. William J. McKay, Sr., registrar for the Village of Holcomb has made the following a n n u a l report: t h r e e deaths, no b i r t h s and no marriages. Mr. and Mrs. .tamos Saxby wen- S u n d a y jaiests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome M c M a h u i i in Victor. Miss Grace- Tafl. Roches!" 1 ."-, spent, t h e weekend w i t h her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taft. Richard Randall, U. S. M a r i t i m e 'Service.- has returned to New York after spending the holidays w i t h his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Almond Randall. ABUNDANT SUPPLY -- Plenty of hot water for all rour needs -- bathing, showers, shaves, big washings-always available. COMPUTUY AUTOMATIC -Select the temperature yon want -- the * orse provides you with an ample supply of hot water without any more attention from you. EAST TO REGUIATI-- Set the fingertip control at whatever temperature you desire, for a dependable, safe supply of hot water. LOW-COST OMRATION -- Well -insulated tank, and direct-contact elements which project directly into the water, m e a n hot water at a minimum of expense. SIZES - STYLES Norgc vertical tank-type water beaters in capacities from 5 to 82 gallons; lafc'c-hipli, cabinet-type heater available in 30-saIlon size. PRICED FROM TO ,95 to S 179,95 TTESDAY CUT. MEETS PHELPS The Tuesday club ] w i l l he e n t e r t a i n e d a I I he homo i of Mrs. W a l t e r Caves. East M a i n i S!.. on J a n . 13. Tin- hook. "Sub- j ject India." by Henry Noel Brails- . ford, w i l l he reviewed by Mrs. i B e n i a m i n Bishop. COME IN AND SEE THEM TODAY NORGE ·xEfOits you BUY. MSLU1TS IS! South ?.Iain St. TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE I will receive ta.x~s at t h e foi- lowing places and dales: Canandaigua National Bank and Trust Co., Jan. 7. 8. 9. 10, 13. 14. 15. 16, 17, 21, 22. 23, 24, 29, 30, 31; at Cheshire Fire House, Jan. 20. 27: al Alma Brand's Store, Academy. Jan. 26. LESTER P. BLISS Collector for t h e Twn of Canandaigua NOTICE ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of SOMMERS MOTORS, INC., will be held at their office, 243 South Main streel, Canandaigua, N. Y., on January 12, 1918 at 2:30 p. m. Flint NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Board of Public Works of the City of Canandaigua will receive sealed bids for the f u r n i s h - ing of a 1948, li-ton, pickup truck. Further specifications may be obtained at. the office of the Superintendent of Public Works in the City Hall. Bids will be received up to 5 p. m. Tuesday, January 20th, 1948, at the office of the City Clerk. EDWARD B. ANDROSS. City Clerk Dated: January 8th, 1948 MRS. C. M. SNYDER Stanley R2 FLINT Mis. George S. Wall j lias returned from E l m i r a whcro she spent a few days w i t h licr a u n t , Mrs. Mary Lewis. Miss Doris M. Siilihbui . Ui.ri,- oster. sponI the weekend "'itli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E a t ] Salisbury. Mrs. Clara W. Savase is reported seriously ill at her home. Her son, Emoi C. Savage, and. Mrs. Savage, arc caring for her. Mrs. Philip Swartele, Clifton- Springs, lias been here in visit hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Salisbury. Jerome Ivstey was a recent d i n no:- guest of friends in I r n n d o q u o i t . Mrs. Donald Johnson and sons. Penn Yan, have been callers at the Snyder home. Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers,, Newark, were in I own Wednesday calling on friends. Sergeant A n t h o n y V. DeJo-hn. USMC, who formerly made his residence with Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Biehl is now stationed at Paris Island, South Carolina. For Sale City and country homes, farms and village property, cottages, lake property, tourist cabins, gas stations, business blocks, g r o c e r y stores, antique stores and restaurants. Carlton M. Hatch Licensed Real Estate Broker 227 West. Avc. 'Canandaigua

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