The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 13, 1948 · Page 8
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 8

Canandaigua, New York
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
Page 8
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FAGE SIX ITHB DAILTi MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. iY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 13,-1948 Vicinity Deaths MKS. MARY WESTFALL PHELPS--Mrs. Mary A. Westell, 79, widow of Albert West fall, died in her home on Pleasant street yesterday after a short illness. She leaves one son, -Fred Wesl- fall, Phelps. Funeral services will be held from the Eacker funeral home, N CIRCLE TONIGHT NAPLES -- The Howard Mis- jsior. Circle of the Naples Baptist ' cuurch will meet at the home of Mrs. Elmer Comstock. in Mechanic street tonight at S p. m. East Main street, at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow, the Rev. H. M. Shepson. , of Phelps Baptist Church, officiat- | ing. Interment will be in Pinewood cemeterv. Home Bureau Lists Meetings For This Week fiat priceless gift *·· 52-Piece Service for 8 ... $64.75 Including Chest -- No Federal Tax CHOICE OF FOUR BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS 6-Place Setting National Silver "*""" COMPLETE WITH CHEST $1500 ""- THIS WEEK O'N'LY! CROWN JEWlLiKS 156 South Main Street Reddy Kilowatt, Your Electric Servant, Helps You in Dozens of Ways GET THE MOST OUT OF HIS SERVICE BY HAVING ADEQUATE LIGHTING AND PLENTY OF CONVENIENCE OUTLETS. Ask Your Electrical \ Contractor Today N Canandaigua District Rochester Gas and Electric Your Friendly Service Company Banks Holding Meetings Here Mrs. Alice Leete Wheeler, county home demonstration agent has released a schedule of home bureau units meetings for Wednesday through Friday. Wednesday Lakeside unit will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. O.V. Doell for the first lesson on the making of leather gloves. Mrs. Katharine Fales, assistant home demonstration agent, will leach assisted by Mrs. O. V. Doell. Orleans unit will meet at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Wheat at 7 p.m. when .Mrs. L. W. Cast-, county clothing leader, will teach the first lesson on leather gloves. Victor unit will meet at 10 a.m. at the Town 'Kail. Mrs. Edward Czanzeck, leader, will teach the first lesson on the reseating of chairs and Mrs. George Hollings- wortli. leader, will teach the first lesson on knitting mittens. The county kit of mittens will be on display at this time. Naples unit will meet at the village hall at 10 a.m. for their first lesson on the refinishing of furniture to be taught by Mrs. Harold Duclos. local leader. Five Points unit will meet w i t h Mrs. Fred Farrell at 7:30 p.m. for the first lesson on k n i t t i n g mittens and gloves under the direction of a local leader. Shortsville unit will meet in the Fireman's rooms at 7:30 p.m. for the first foods lesson on lunches for home and school to be taught by Mrs. Frank Secora, local leader. A i u q u i n u n i t u i i i rnc-c-i at tlu. 1 Aloquin church at 10 a.m. for the I second lesson on t h e making of ' leather gloves t o be conducted by j ·Mrs. George Vogt. local leader. i Armington unit will meet at the | school house at 10 a.m. for the ' first lesson on the making of leather gloves under direction of Mrs. Harold Hughes, Mrs. Clarence Freeland and Mrs. Charles Peterson, leaders. Honeoye unit will meet at the firehouse at 10 a.m. for a lesson on beginners sewing to be taught by Mrs. Levan Ashley, local leader. Rushville u n i t will meet at the Town Hall at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. James Champlin, local leader, will teach the first lesson on chair caning and Mrs. Bessie Moshier, local leader, will teach the first lesson on refinish'ing of furniture. Ionia unit will .meet at the home of Miss Rena Parish at 10 a.m. when Mrs. Keith Bennett, local leader, will teach the second lesson on chair caning and Mrs. Raymond Appleton, local leader, will conduct the second lesson on the refinishing of furniture. Bristol Springs unit will meet at 10:30 a.m. at the Grange Hall for the first lesson on the making of sewing screens under the leader- leader. Thursday Manchester unit will meet at 2 p.m. at the Fireman's hall for a lesson on uses of the sewing machine to be given by Mrs. Katharine Fales, assistant county home demonstration agent. Canandaigua Afternoon unit will meet at 10 a.m. at the Coure House for the second lesson on beginners sewing to be taught by Mrs. Francis Brady, local leader. West Bloornfield -unit will meet with Mrs. Charles LaMonl at 10:30 a.m. for the restyling of garments under t h e leadership of Mrs. Louise W. Case, county clothing leader. Phelps unit will meet with Mrs. William Crough at 10 a.m. for a clothing lesson and finishing of leather gloves under direction of Mrs. James Richmond, Mrs. Louis Fitzgerald. Mrs. Clarence Primer and Mrs. Albert Oaks, local leaders. Farmington Chapel u n i t will meet at the Chapel at 10 a.m. when Mrs. Roy Wyman, local leader, will teach the first lesson on refinishing furniture. Friday Hopewell unit will meet with Mrs William Stoddard at 10 a.m. for the second lesson on beginners sewing to be taught by Mrs. Edward Wood, local leader. Stockholders and directors of the Canandaigua National Bank and the Ontario County Trust company were holding meetings this aftrnoon beginning at 2 p. m. Financial reports and election of officers and directors were scheduled for both meetings. A r t h u r S. Hamlin of Rochster. son of the late George W. Hamlin succeeds his f a t h e r as president of the National bank. The announcement i-ame in mid-November shortly a f t e r the death of his father. He will be the third member of his family to assume leadership since the bank was established in 1SS7 by his grandfather, I-riiuiv ii. iiri.Vniii. The following other officers were named at a re-organi/ation meeting of t h bank: John R. Tyler and Basil T. Elmer, vicepresidents: Francis W. Rice, cashier: George W. Wade, assistant cashier and Helen S. Kennedy, assistant trust officer. No changes in personnel are expected in Die Trust company of which John D. Hamilton is president. BIRTH RECORD « A son. Stephen Philip, io Mr. and Mrs. F. William Douglass. 165'i Chapin street, in Thompson hospital. Jan. S. 1948. A son. Carl Jerome, to Mr. and Mrs.. Louis J. Reed, Pittsburgh, Dec. 11, 1947. A former Cananrlai- guan, Mr. Reed is the son of Mrs. Homer J. Reed, Gorham street. Manchester Couple Hurt in Car Crash Near Littleville Ice on the Littleville road, in the town of Hopewell. near the Hopewell-Manchester town line was given by sheriff's officers as the cause of an accident, at 0:30 t h i s morning, which sent a Manchester couple to the Thompson hospital. here, suffering from shock and minor brush-burns and bruises. The couple. William VonStaudl. and his wife. Clara. 48. who live ai -SS Main street, Manchester, were proceeding south in t h e i r car. when it went out of control on a stretch of icy pavement. Upon striking a telephone pole, the ing 'he occupants io the pavement. The victims were first removed to the nearby home of Henry M. McVittie, director of the veterans service agency in Canandaigua, where they were treated by Dr. John Crowther. Shortsville. pending the arrival of the ambulance in which they were taken to tiie hospital. Their condition this afternoon was described as "good." The mishap was investigated by Deputy Sheriffs James L. Locke and A'ustin C. Nichols. CONDITION IMPROVED George A. Bigfiam. West Lake road, is reported in a satisfactory condition at Thompson hospital following a major operation performed Saturdav. Bowling Leagues Scoring Leaders The single and triple game scoring leaders, both teams and individuals, in the Major league and the Friday Night league have been made available by George D. Cot- treli, secretary for both loops, which bowl each week on the alleys of the Adams Bowling hall. Ontario street. The totals include all games of this season up to and including Jan. 3. High team, three-game: 1st. Brenner- 2S2S; 2nd. Comella- 2721; 3rd Kiwanis- 2716. High team, single games: 1st. Brenner- 102S: 2nd. Cornelia- 1020; 3rd. Johnson- 969. High individual. three-game: lt. G. Sheets- (V25: 2nd. E. Ardell- 613; 3rd, K. Rodney- 60S. High individual, single game: 1st. L. Adams- 244: 2nd. S. Kros.s- bor- 2-11: 3rd. W. Burns- 239. Friday Nislit League High team, three-game: 1st. Lightening Ex.- 30-13; 2nd. Dur- atids Feeds- 3022. High team, single game: 1st. Lightening Ex.- 109S; 2nd. Durands Feeds- 1059. lii.uh individual, three-game: 1st. L. beWikle- 71S; 2nd. 'A. Warren- 1059. High individual, single game: 1st E. Blazey- 277; 2nd. "A. Dewey- 274. \VRC TO SEW · An ;ill-day sewing meeting' of the \Yom;;n''s Relief corps. OAR, I will be held Wednesday w i t h Mrs. I Mae Renwick, Gorham street. Fqctory-troined crofts,**, All work «waron»e«| Reasonable --"»»""w uiieo* 'S3S23ES B R E N N E R ' S JEWELERS 135 South Main Street Read the Want Ads 3___ _ _ _ . ^ ~T STOCKHOLDERS MEET NAPLES -- The annual meet ing of the stockholders of the Hiram Maxfiel'd State bank was hC'ld at thi" 1 ban kin 1 "' office here at 4 p. rn. today to elect directors and to transact any other business that may come before the meeting. Prescriptions DEMAND KNOW-HOW Almost anyone can wrap a package and make change ... but to properly compound a prescription requires years o.f education, training and experience, plus thorough examination by the state. Pre« scriptions demand know-how. W» have it. The Winship Pharmacy Kay F. Winship, Ph. G. --Phone 28-- PI m THAT'S RIGHT! Every three dollars invested in U. S. Bonds repays you four in ten years' time. It's so easy to buy U. S. Bonds, too. You can get them through the Payroll Savings Plan where you work--or if you are in business or in a profession and the Payroll Savings Plan is not available to you, through the Bbnd-A-Month Plan at your local bank. Choose the sum you can manage--from the chart on the right--then start saving today! SAVE ' ·' EACH WEEK $ 2.50 3.75 7.50 12.50 18.75 AND YOU WILL HAVE In 1 YMT $130.00 195.00 390.00 650.00 975.00 In 5 Years $ 668.97 1,004.20 2,009.02 3,348.95 5,024.24 In 10 Year: $ 1,440.84 2,163.45 4,329.02 7,217.20 10,828.74 I; 1 SURE SAVING BECAUSE IT'S AUTOMATIC -U.S. SAVINGS BONOS The Daily Messenger Canandaigua New Yoi

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