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ffHE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1948 fOE ?ALOOKA PAGE FIVB by Ham Fisher OH, WHAT A SHAME MARVIN... EVERYONE'S JUST CHARMED WITH Classified Advertising ; Situations Wanted 16 must be received in the office of The Daily Messenger before 3:00 p. m. to insure p u b l i c a t i o n next flay. Stop orders nv-.t be received ly 5 p. in. Greet" ..,jl not be allowed for error:, ui advertisements unless reported before JO a. m. on tlie day following first p u b l i c a t i o n , j I d e n t i t y of advertisers using Imx ! numbers for "blind ad" replies cannot be revealed. Pinnae do not ask f o r ' t h i s information. Advertisers will be required to pay postage when necessary to forward any '""lind ad" replies by mail. The right is reserved to edit or reject any advertising copy. KATES--15c per line charged, 12c per line cash or if paid within 10 days a f t e r first insertion. 3 consecutive insertions, 13c per line ---barged, lOc per line cash. O t h e r long term rates on request. Phone 897 lor Ad Taker MERCHANDISE 1'hone Geneva 43-F-13 Charles Agonito Mason Contractor Builder Plastering Landscape M;I.-,IIU v K i n - Brick S 'iis -- O u t d o o r Kin-place-, !) Geneva St. Geneva, X. Y. Articles For Ssle 32 BABY C A R R I A G E . a l u m i n u m Taylor Tot. Phone -41G-W. \M-10 Radio Sales, Service KAD1O S K R V J O K All :n,!K-s repaired. Expert .-service. Call 1-1. The C O R X K K BOOK Store. JS-io I ACK FARM HOME I stainless steel tops, i lion. 10 · 15 1^(1 in | foot. Special price t h i s only. Don Howard. Cdga. FHEKZKRS, i cork insula- and :;0 c - u l i i c o n t h AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Salt 17 V r i E C E v . a l n u l ^;ites, bed room ··.ushers and roi'i son. Hi Coy St. FOP. SALE P a i r skates, excellent P h . m e 1 I M i l - M . FOR SALE 'JxlL' user; can be een a; 111 ! Phone Jt.T-K. Photographic Supplies 41 PHOTO SUPPLIES' ~ We nov~ h a v e ;i ;ood .-.look of Kodaks ;uid cameras. projectors, enlargers. ( ) l - l ' i j M a k - - us y o u r phou.gi aphic heau- "" " | q u a r t e r s . We are sure you v/ill ' " " ' ! : j j j ' i d ju.-t what vou w a n t , Tne C ' O R X K R BOOK Store. 2S-1- L1CA .'!:" :Y,:n pho'.n enhirger. ca.-ii. B a r g a i n . M I C R O 10 i c a m e r a . B r a n d new. First l a k e s il. Bn\ -KiG. Geneva. X. 20-11 REAL ESTATE RENTALS ANNOUNCEMENT* Spiolal Nttlot I GENERAL t r u c k i n g a n d moving, reasonable rales, also . for sale, good beech cord wood or fireplace logs: any a m o u n t , i m m e d i a t e delivery. P h o n i - 951, Canandaigua. L'b'-lfi YOU MAY now o r d e r S a t . Evo. Post, new or renewal. A '2 yr. sub. saves .?5.('iii over .-ingle co;i\ price. Readers Dh;es! goe.-, from .S2.75 to $3.00 on f h u r s . Call Mrs. Fairley, 195-R. . Jl-H BEAUTIFUL COLOR MOVTES of your c h i l d r e n t a k e n r,ow become valued treasures of i o m o r r o w . Ask for y o u r free color p-citire. Phone ,351-AT. S t a n l e y Wooden. Canand'aigua, N. Y. .\S'.?-l.'i CARPENTER WORK--G a r a g e overhead doors, porch enclosures, ' · · ' . . . - . . . . . . ,- .]. i;,, ,, 11 - VT T r..,.; . Honeoye Falls, N. y. phone ll-.M. xS5-10 FOR SALE- UMfi C h i - v i o ! - t sed;.n, h e a t e r . defroster. radio. fog l i g h t s . Excellent c o n d i t i o n . Must sell i m m e d i a t e l y . Will sacrifice price. Call 280-R. xG-11 1'ttS CHEVROLET coupe-goori c o n d i t i o n . Quick sale. Plume S'LTi- cellent motor, heater, radio, defroster. $600. -l.'i Buffalo St. Or i- K r. d r a w e r .;i]so l e t t 193S DODGE 4 door sedan radio and heater, excellent tires. covl c n d i t i o n . Quick safe. Phone 825- M. Vets. Hosp. Hut SE. jri-l:; FOR SALE- co upe. h e a t e r ·1940 Buick radio. Call club TGL'-W. \\-l-\-\ WANTED--Ride to Canandaigua rrorn Hecker's Cider Mill about S:: ; ,n a. m. Phone 1149-W. xlT-Tlf FOR PROMPT, efficient ash and refuse service call 216-J or C Reese. SI Chapin St. 13-32 Highest Prices Paid on the Spot USED CARS A. wTWHite 25 Ontario St. Phone 135 Sl'-i.!':") t o S.")7.:")li. j es of board and j steel $1.25 to S2.9.S. Tho,CORNER i BOOK Store. 28-10 i CROSSCUT SAWS, axes, wedges, coal and wood heaters, range oil burners, r u r a l m a i l boxes and Fiexogiass. MERSON Hardware.! 27-10; Hc^P 1 : c " r "p"* A? · iwijw-a · vi i i C i i i -SO Fl.'RXISHED ljou.se w i t h modern i m p r o v e m e n t s for 2 m o n t h s w h i l e in Florida. Pnone 10H9-W. 46-If, Death of Stalin Might Decrease Peace Chances Bv OeWitt Mackenzie A!' I-'ori-itcn Affairs Analyst Moscow denials of r u m o r s t h a t Premier Stalin is dead will, one suspects, be received w i t h relief in t.'ie c a p i t a ' ^ of the western derno- ;-ra.-i"s. 1 q u i t e r.-alixe t h a t such a s t a t e - m e n t seem..-, to , - o n t a i n c o n f l i c t i n g :!;oughts. However, it strikes me : n a ; we are dealing w i t h an idea w h i c h at first blush seems absurd and yet actually is correct. My .··(·asoning is this: The conflict between the Russian Resorts and Cottages 48 FOR RENT -Furnished cottage, modern '-onveniences. w i t h i n c i t y l i m i t s , u n t i l M a r c h 15th. Phone HEATROLA FOR SALE--60 No. Pe;irl or phone 924-J between 5 and 7. 7-11 FOR SALE Skatos, 2 p a i r ladies, white, sizes G and 7. also one pair f i g u r e skates, sixe 7, one pair mens t u b e s k a f e . si/e S. -Can be seen at Red .lacket r i n k . xG-11 TAVERN CANDLES. Pyrex. Hall tea pots, 7 pc-. rake sets, games. China G i f t Shop PECKS Snd floor. ' 13-11 MORTON'S l e n d e r q u i c k saus-age seasoning, smoke - a l t , meat, saws, cleavers, b u t c h e r k n i v e s , hog scrapers, . s k i n n i n g k n i v e s . PECK Hrlw. Co. 13-11 Stores and Offices 49 FOR R E N T - - O f f i c e room, heat and i i g l i t ; good location. F. W. Kinrie. xlT-12 OFFICE ROOMS~Ce~nt7aify~~ lo"- cated, Frank Grabner. .\59-10 Wanted To Rent 50 WANTED TO RENT--First floor or complete small building on one level for storage, must be dry and insurable. Phone 897. \17-10tf FOR S A L E N f \ v C.'X-E electric range. F i f t y d o l l a r s u n d e r list I price for q u i c k sale. Can he seen! Highest flash Prices for U S E D C A R S Carter Phillips Motors, Im'orpont'i-i! Phnn* 2!HI WATER WELLS--For more ex perience, better equipment and jess cost, call or write Barney A. Moravec, Penn Yan. Tellephone 390. 48-6111 CHAIR SAGGING? Divan bumpy? We can restore f u r n i t u r e to Its original comfort. Right in youi home. Work guaranteed. Divan 518.50, chair, $8.75. Phone youi f u r n i t u r e problems to Sharkej f u r n i t u r e repair, Cdga. 97. 70-fi:',tl WANTED--Hay and ing all grades at prices. W. J. K i p p , St. Phone 137, straw. Buy- top market 18 Niagara 47-Bitf Lost and Found LOST--Brown w a l i e l Sat. n i g h t on A d e l a i d e Ave. Reward. R. L. M c V i l t i e . R e t u r n i o Davidson Shoe Store. \17-11 Foods APPLES for e a t i n g and cooking, e:;gs, p o t a t o e s . Will deliver. Phone lliFt-R. Heeker Cider Mill. 56-lOtf Pet Animals FOR S A L E - - A puppy. Phone iO-A male fox (,- 21--1L' Help Wanted II WANTED - -M/tn or woman rot- cleaning, .?!.00 per hour. F r a n k Van Deusen Basement Shop. 19-10 WANTED--Tool and Die makers · -modern p l a n t , pleasant work- in" conditions. Apply Personnel office. Vcio-Kint;, inc. 10 Chapin St. CanandaiRua. 7-1-11 WANTED Washinps only. Spec i a l l y for r u f f l e d c u r t a i n s . Phone I'JOI-.T. IS-11 Male Help Waited (3 WAX T TED - M a t r i e d man to work on f a r m . Phone 001-H. 178 Wesi Ave. 1S-1L 1 WANTF.P P u n c h press die setter, must lie experienced, in an.iWer s t a t e age. experience and wages desired. W r i t e box A-2. (··· Mes- xenuer Off'n e. :?t)-i.-) Tires and Accessories 18 U. S. R07AL tires, Dunlop tires DIBBLE'S Lake Shore station. 23-5ytf W H E N IN NEED of a u t o m o b i l e glass call on me at Centerfield, N. Y. Can give you a faciory t\-pe job \ v h i l e you w a i t . Class channels and felts in stork. L. H. Loven, R o u t e 5 20, Centerfield, N- V. 40-32 TRACTOR MOD HI, m a n ti r (. preader.s w i i h w h e e l s for 120" i : lick tiros. Receiver! c.-crliiad i h i week. $27ri.OO. Don Howard. Canandaigua. 75-11 SPRING-TOOTHED HARROWS, 3 or 4 section with reversible or plain teeth. I m m e d i a t e delivery. Don Howard. Criga. fv!-io Texaco Service, Can street. Shortsviile, N. Y. EI.ECTH1C MOTORS T he-Its, electric d r i l l s and w a t e r system and p Street Ilardv/are. 9-H P'.'..l:o.=. \ grinders ;,-,,-. DA 8-11 Auction Sales 33 Sggs and Poultry 28 NONE TOO E A R L Y to order B i a y Chicks. \\'e've d a y o l d and s t a r t e d i m m e d i a t e delivery. Or hook for l a t e r . X e w York I p u l l o r u m clean. B 116-C M v r l l e Ave.. B u f f a l t AUCTION- Tiie place h a v i n g been sold and t h e present ov.ner? moving to Florida, will sell a! Smithoover residence. Macedon ro-.jd ( n e x t door to the X'oose C l u b ) . R. D.. Canandaisua. N. Y. on Wed., Jan. 14 commencing at 10 a. m. Household goods, complete household effects of a I room home, these suites are all nearly new: 5 bedroom suites. 2 living room suites. 1 new: 2 hreakfn.st sets, odd chairs, cu^.met.-. tnhles. ei' 1 .: P h i l c o rar!io. U'estin.uhouse lan.ue. Jinp.ei' j;as range. Wicker porch set, mifi'.er- ous rugs, carpeting, mirrors, dishes, cooking utensils, lamps, children's c l o t h i n g and toys, linens and many o t h e r household articles l o o n u m e r o u s t o m e n t i o n . This is a large sale and will s t a r t on t i m e . Q u a n t i t y garden tools. Terms of sale--Cr.sh. H a r r y C.. Cole. A u c t i o n e e r - - Mrs. Fred Smithoover, owner. 93-9 s. Apiroved. j Typewriter* ay Hatcherv. '_! PTLLKTS .V:: mos. (\'ich. JOfil-M e x e n i B. Rock S2.r0 · XCi-10 makes of typewriters and a d d i n g m a c h i n e s . Expert service. Call M. The CORNER BOOK Store. 2S-10 NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS by Oscar Hit! vVANTKP M a r r i e d man to work on f a r m by the year beginning Mar. 1. -W. H. \Vinne. C e n t e r f i e l d Ht\ C a n a n r l a i u i i a . Phone 11-10-M. 78-S Situations Wanted W A N T E D - -Housework Phone 015-M. bv OH.MERCV.. .NOW WHERE \$ THAT INVITATION? ,.,THE COMMITTEE - AY5 IT ^AfN'T FOC PETER5 AT ALL/'THEY THINK HE PULLET? A PHONY PE.AL TO GOME HERE A6 THEIR dUESTA.NP THEY'VE ARRE5TEP HIM/- AND THAT TELEGRAM ' THE QNLV PROCP WE PlON'T VQ ANYTHING Cf?OO^EO/ / ..-OH WHERE IS IT-- 7 WANTED---4 or 5 room a p a r t - ment by t\vo adults and child. Both w o r k i n g in c i t y best of references. W r i t e Box F-". c/o Messenger. 97-10 p » ^ » « ^#*-»«^^ v*fir* « « t r k«» Ml « I W i l wn*.*. I N T E R S C E N E I N N E W in Union Square. Neu- Vork City, early i 0 R K -- Ice-covc-red trees line -.v;;lk through park in morning after rain froze as H fell d u r i n g n i g h t . Only Herman, the Hermit, Tells Houses For Sale AN EXCELLENT BUY. S room house just a short distance 'rom City line. Fruit, garden, garage, hen house. M a i n road. Only S4, 200 a n d will help you finance it. T. Sunderlin Baker, Licensed Broker. Phone 1195-M. Office Home--Lafayette Highway. 23-12 FOR SALE-One house, five rooms and hath, hardwood floors, modern kitchen, automatic oil heat, insulated. FINE eight room house, Canandaigua. cherry and oak t r i m , four large bedrooms second floor, large recreation room t h i r d floor, hardwood floors, hot air h e a t , T i m k i n burner, gas water heater, t h r e e fireplaces, enclosed porch, two car garage. SIX ROOM house. \Yost avenue. C a n a n d a i g u a , sun room, enclosed porch, wood .shingled sides, extra lot. Household furnishings optional. Possession soon. Owner anxious to sell. A r t h u r L. Young R e a l t y Co.. ,'il So. M a i n M r e e t . Canandaigua. Phone 500. (Successor to Ray \V. Johnson Real Estate C o m p a n y ) . 29-13 ?;ic.h a dangerous state t h a t a bad misstep could produce a n o t h e r world war. Bolh sides recognize t h i s and are proceeding w i t h care because n e i t h e r wants .to see a t h i r d global upheaval. Word Is Supreme S t a l i n ' s word is supreme and f i n al in Russia. For more t h a n a score of years his policies have d o m i n a t e d b o t h home a f f a i r s and foreign relations. His foreign policy, w h i l e going the f u l l l i m i t of daring in ;he interest of Soviet expansion, apparently has been aimed ai a v o i d i n g major warfare. So if Stalin's control were suddenly were removed, and a f f a i r s were placed in charge of less dom- i n a n t and shrewd men, a disastrous s i t u a t i o n could arise. No. i t h i n k that right now western diplomacy would prefer to see Stalin a; t h e wheel in Moscow-and this despite the fact thai he probably is regarded as being the most dangerous man ever p i t t e d again.st our way of life. It isn't t h a t democracy loves Stalin the. more hut t h a i it likes the idea of possible ho"-headeri i n s t a b i l i t y in Moscow t h e less. Based on Genius Desnite democracy's dislike of e v e r y t n i n g Stalin sianas lor. t n e j mat fuel remains that he is one of the \ who most p o w e r f u l leaders of all A11QI AJLC AJtUDJU '* By Ha! Boyli' WASKIXGTOX -- i.-?' guy 1 know of in America who boasts n o t h i n g ever annoys him is H e r m a n , t h e h e r m i t . R e c e n t l y I wrote a list of peeves -- m i n o r vexations t h a t friction in daily l i v i n g -- a n d i n v i t e d readers t o send in theirs. Well, it t u r n e d out p r a c t i c a l l y everybody had some small dislike to loss i n t o t h e scrap pile of things we can do w i t h o u t and never miss. All except Herman. I don't know a n y t h i n g about Herman except t h a t he lives at Los Gatos, C a l i f . 'I don't have any irritations, you sea, because I am Herman, the hermit," he wrote blithely. But this landmark in h u m a n contentment stands out like a cheerful canary in a flock of ber grackles. | theme, listed as one of eight types The only i of women she disliked: "Women who live in the kitchen, make t h e i r husbands si-t there, and won't allow 'em to smoke or have pet i a d r i n k at. home, but t h i n k it okay put | to slouch all over my turquoise sat' i n cushions i n t h e i r dirty work slacks , p u t t h e i r feet on my sofa, and spill ashes and drinks all over my l i v i n g room." A miffed citizen of Columbus, Ohio, was mad about the most things. His record list of 37 comp l a i n t s swept the boards from "lumpy gravy" to "women who t h i n k they are more feared t h a n the atom bomb.'' People who chain-drink highballs, fancy dancers, "telephone visitors" and check "fumblers" who som-1 duck their share of bills are the iPhelps OES Seats New Officer Slate PHELPS -- Officers of Royal chapter, OES. were installed at a recent meeting. Charles Eacker was the i n s t a l l i n g officer and Leonard Avery was marshal with Mrs. M i r i a m Howard the assistant marshal and Mrs. Leah Andrews, chaplain. A tureen supper preceded the installation. The next meeting of the c h a p t e r will be on Tuesday, | Jan. 19. i KITH CIRCLE ! MEETS TONIGHT i PHELPS--Mrs. Paul Rockefeller i will entertain the R u t h Circle of j t h e Presbyterian church o n Mon! dav evening. based on ' n "«« '.ory, and his leadership undoubted genius. S t a l i n , rr.ore t h a n any o t h e r i n d i v i d u a l , would seem to be responsible for the building of Russia's house of Communism. He i n h e r i t e d theories but the interpretation and practical application have been his. And a p a r t from his political and economic operations, he is given credit for h a v i n g been in fact the commander in chief of the Russian forces d u r i n g t h e l a t e war. Of course, there are m a n y observers who believe that when Sla- lin does give up the helm of state, the succeeding regime may be comprised of individuals who may se- crifice discretion to a m b i t i o n and t h a t t h u s Communism w i l l be weakened. I n a n y e v e n t , t h e k n o w n q u a l i - t i e s of S t a l i n as chief of s t a t e w o u l d seem to be preferable t o uncertainties in these parlous ciavs. bane of one young Dallas girl's All the others chipped in w i t h ] life. From a lady in Lakeland, Fla.: "A big fat man in s h o r t s and a big fat woman in slacks." Others wrote in to rap people ivho use toothpicks in public. "B" movies and radio crime programs, A cross-section of the letters revealed t h a t the f a v o r i t e pet h a t e i r u m coa.M iu coast, me one IIIOSL agree is the biggest pest in American life, is none other t h a n our old f r i e n d -The guy who sits behind you at t h e movie and eats popcorn "aloud! If anybody loves h i m - even · his m o t h e r -- she didn't write in to defend him. t h e i r favorite blood pressure raisers, and the census showed: li What annoys men most is women. i l ' i What a n n o y s women is m e n - and o t h e r women, too. A g e n t l e m a n in Tucson. Ark/.., and a lady in Seattle b o t h w r o t e UH.-y cuUiilli L loieuuc t x u i i i c n l i g h t cigarets and hold them his- [ so t h e smoke goes up o t h e r people's 'BEST YEARS' \V1XS AGAIN NEW YORK. (.?'--A poll of 446 movie reviewers and commentators has chosen "The Best Years of Out- Lives," the Academy award winner, as t h e best mcrtion picture of 1947. OLD HORSE WANTED IV Th «nw FOR SALE -House centrally located, w i t h -i .ipactmenis. Price 56,000. ·\ G O I N G r;;oe«»ry business and sr.is s t a t i o n w i t h Ih ire: runrters. a t h r i v i r u ' comniuaity. 5 mi. o u t . K q u i p m e m and lease tor 1 year. SI.-42n plus stock. Louise A. Evans. Broker. -158 So. M n i n . Phone fjfvl-J. j-in Janet Wickham Is New YMCA Secretary FLIXT -- Miss Janet W i c k h a m , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Wickham. F l i n t , has t a k e n over the job of Girl's Work Secretary of 'he Geneva YMCA d u r i n g the t e m p o r a r y absence of Mrs. Reginald Leonard. i n d e f i n i t e period of t i m e in Florida w i t h h e r husband. Miss Wickham w,as a graduate of Brocknort S t a l e Teacher's col- lego in HER FRANTIC SEARCH WAS TO AJO AVAIL/''. ... PETER?'FREEDOM HiNGE-5 ENTIRELY ON PROVIM6 THC TELEGRAM WAS REALLY ADDRESSED TO HIM WITH NO . STRINGS ATTACHED --. ANC? NOW -- H^ WOOF \s POOFEP." Modern Home nil i.Iran;..e: ; r o e : . i'irsi li;V:C ·'l:ere;-!. L i v i n g ni(i:n. d i n i n g i i i ; i . . i v i o ; i e i n k i l c i i e t i , l;-rge r-- e e p t i o n h;'.Ii. lainirliy. f o u r ned- rimnis, p l e n t y closets, b a ' h . game ruiini i n iiasenieni. a i n o m a l i c uas h e a t , e x t r a large ioi well s h r u f i r i e d . .honie f r u i t , garage. T. Sundorlfji Baker K x l u v j v e Broker P!:.!::i- I I I ' . ' - M !'er Aj'p'.iintrve^' Office v Home I . a l i f v e t i i 1 Higinvax' she has been grade in !he Geneva. Last summer jn'ound director i nlaygrounris. She ,or of t h e Girl's and since t h a t t i m e t e a c h i n g (lie second X o r i h Street school. she was play- of the Geneva \\-ns also advi- Gra-V club. RADIO PROGRAM (Eastern Standard T i m e ' NEW YORK, c.-i'i -The Amo and Andy broadcast on NBC at J tonight starts t h e i r t w e n t y - t h i r d year as a black-face m i c r o p h o n e act. This j u s j about gives s h o r n t h e record as radio's longest c o n t i n u - ing team. They s t a r t e d as Sam and Henry via WGN. Chicago, on Jan. 12. 1926. Two years i n t e r tin-'* changed ! , W..MAQ. Chicago, in become Amos a n d A n d y , a n d . h e n expanded t u net wo; k .-laimv on Aug. 19. 1929. To mark t h e anniversary, iheir sponsor has issued a -10-page brochure recalling the story of t h e i r career. I n c i d e n t a l l y , despite t h e i r many radio years, A. and \. s t i l ! "rate" i n t h e Hooper repur!-- The hues! gave t h e m s e v e n t h place w i t h a percentage of 23. T u n i n g t o n i g h t : NBC- -S Mitt Berle comedy: S:".0 Date w i t h J u d y ; 9:30 Fibber and Molly: 10 Bob Hope and Herbert M a r s h a l l : 3ii:.'-(i Red Skelior.. ci-.s -ft !_.,, "-" '. Y.'-. .;.. People. F;a:u-i X. BuM-,m;.:i: .):"n Studio One "Wednesday's C h i l d ; " 1D:30 open h e a r i n g . "What Kincl of Tax Reduction'.'" ABC -7:30 Ooen Hern" : IvM'i Town meeting on European Hen n e r y Plan: ;j:."0 Bos 1 .':;"; --·.. in- phony hour. MBS- S M y s i e r i i - u s t r a v e l e r : S:3u Defective y a r n : 0 :.'?( X a t n - Giv-y t o r y ; in A m e r i c a n F o i ' t n i on displaced persons. per ib. lor good meaty horses to he h u m a n e l y killed. BK.WKTT Silver Fo\ Ranch Victor, N. Y. Phone reversa Holcomh 87I-A COACH St. GARAGE Phone 77-W . . . . 2 4 'Coach Street Wm. A. Van Akcn Kenneth G. Ghamplin General Repairing and Service Featuring Latest Type Equipment for Motor Tune Up Battery High Rate Quick Charge You Will Be Pleased w ith Friendly Service Our Farms and Land 53 7-1 ACRF.S. good productive loam. no buildings. h;iy good hard road i n m t a g e , n e a i i \ all V M i i k a o l e or would mako orceiient pasture, p l e n t y of wafer. Can he I w t i g h i for S;:0 per acre. Phone Honeoye Falls r)fi7-F s;i-n jn;.l lister!. I n n u n n luiu^r-. \\'iiod floors, c;il t r i n t . ele excelleni welts, complete a u t o m a t i c w a t e r h e a t e r , m a t i c nil h e a l . Basement hog houso, dry house. consists mostly of grape h a r d - ricily. i i a l h , a u t o l i a r n . Acreage , black - beri'ies. blueberries. To;al acreage "X. M a c a d a m t o a r l . Low assess- m e n t . Farm can be bought w i t h o r w i t h o u t e q u i p m e n t . Priced reasonably. W i l l i a m Henry Hawly. Exclusive Urokcr. .'2 ' t i e i g 'i'errace. Phone 3Q9-W. 3fi-H HUI1XJE ClA'K MEETS H O L C O M B - T h e mombers of ' h e T Bridge Club met Tuesday evening w i t h Mrs. Ruben Johnson. Victor road. Honors were awarded Mrs. Howard Burt and Mrs. Kenn e t h A r m s t r o n g . The next m e e t i n g \ \ i i i in' 1 Mt-iii ."an. ·( w i : ; ; ?,!r.-. Ai'instrong. I.K'ADEK DIES BUFFALO. «.·?'-- Charles B. Weydman. 50. president and one of the founders of t h e Rex G r a i n £ M i l l i n g Co.. Inc.. and an ex-president of the B u f f a l o c~ v n exchange. died S a t u r d a y following a h e a r t a t t a c k . Wednesday p i o g i a m . - - : XBC , 0 : 1 ; " ) a. m. Nelson O l m s t e d s t o : y ; i VJ:30 p. m. Words and Music: 5: 'o ! Front Page F a r r e l l : .) D u f f y ' s · Tavern: 11:30 Guy Lombardo ; music . . . i CBS--!.' Second Mrs. Bui t u n : /!:/?l i House I ; ;:)'iy: 5 School i ·! .;.e ' A i r : 8:^0 IV. C h r i s t i a n :irama: . The Whistle?- . . . ABC !' :i. \ Breakf:isl club: 2:."!i'» p. n:. B i ann Groo.ni: 5:.';) 'repeai \'. ': Sky K i n g : 7:'iO Lone i l a n g e i : '. Groucho M a r x qui/. . . . \l\', ! ln:."n a. m. Say !; \ \ i : h ; ]i. m. Queen for a Ua ; - i : i on f a m i l y ; 7 F u l l on Lc i i):l." Heai 'Lite s t o r \ . Wanted, Real Estate WANTED--Homes in Canandaigua and surrounding towns for c l i e n t s w i t h cash. F l o i e n r e Tnc- kev, Canawkiigtia. , r )3-H5tf 55 'Church School Elects Officers W A N T K D - - L i s t i n g s of f a i v i l l a g e and business property. A r t h u r L. Young fU-ally Co., :-;i So. M a i n St. C a n a n d a i g u a . Phone 51)0. fiO-Stf W A X T K I ) w i t h good and tools. G-4 Dairy f a r m . 11'.") neies buildings. Own slock Cash or shares. Box .\17-11 I P H E I . P S The neu o l l i c c i c i t y , j l l i e I r e s l \ v l e r i a n c h u r c h M a i e : S u p e r i n t e n d i ' i l t . ( ' . r o \ e A . g n l ; a s s i s t a n t , f;. C . H i e k ; secret a r y , }·'.. A. D e m a r - i a s ; t i e a s ; u - e r , P a u l A d a m ; ( l e p a r t i . i e n l s u p e r i n - t e n d e n t s : C r a d l e roll. Mrs. I''red L. W e ; i \ e i : beginners. Mrs. Joim B. H a r l a n d ; p r i m a r y , Mrs. Charles H. D a v t o i ) ; j u n i o r , Mr.-.. A l i a Hi;-ks. ' WANT AD ORDER BLANK Please insert the ful- .lowing Want Ad in The Daily Messenger for the number of days marked. Remittance Enclosed-... Send Bill to My Address RATES 4 Linos--20 Words · 1 C'onsnc. Days ... ? Consec. Days ... One Day .. $1.97 ... $1-20 48c Above are cash rates and Apply if paid within 10 day* of first insertion. Extra line charge for each 5 WOT**, Name Address Number of Days Mail To: Daily Messenger, Canandaigua

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