The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 20, 1939 · Page 2
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THE DAILY MESSENGER. CANANDAICUA. N.'Y. THURSDAY, JULY 20,1939. fASTATION 'SLASHED State Finances 'i Reduces Allowance By $15,815 'Budget slashes effected by the econoiriy-^nmdtd Republican state Ifftllature will mean a reduction of approximately $15.815 in funds allotted tor the maintenance and operation of the New York Si air Agricultural Experiment Station bete for the fiscal year, tartm: Juljr 1. State officials, in announcing tlr figure, called attention to the lac that economies previously effected amounted to approximately $9000 Added to the total budget cut. thi.- means a total reduction in btatior operating expenses of about $24.000 Several positions made vacant fy resignations and retirements, will no. be filled for the present, station officials said, thus effecting considei- eble savings in salaries Mrs. G J Hoag and Miss Mary E Woodbnd- r retired some time ago and thei- p" sttions have not been filled. Also retiring on July 1 were Patriot Corcoran, Jack Steadman one 1 Olay Einset. Mr. Corcoran farm anc- le bor force superintendent, has bcr-'i connected with the station smc" March 1, 1910. Mr. Steadman oicli- ard foreman since Mr. Coiccran' elevation to the farm supennte.id- eccy in 1929, became a station em- ploye in 1926. Both men were guests Of honor at a dmne- recently given by the station force. Mr. Einset first came to the station in 1922 under auspices of the Norwegian government' and latf-i became a member of the staff m thr pomology division. He returned tc his native land earlier in the yea- but his retirement did not become effective until July 1. They're Off - In a«Couple of Automobiles ** ' » V i i .. ,',." . . ·*'- * NAPimOCRUP Corrections Commission Approves Report On Village Jail NAPLES -- State Commission 01 Corrections has approved the "eport o! inspection on the village lockup at Nanlcs Follow ins is the report' "This is a two-cell lockup on the mam floor oi the Municipal Building. II has been fully described in lormer rrpoits oi inspection, and there have been no changes in the physical arrangement and equipment. "Since the last inspection the » lockup has been cleaned and paint- I eel and at this time it was in iai"lv clean condition. It is well heated and lighted and ventilation appears to be satisfactory. "The lockup is used for the detention of an occasional prisoner and also to some extent for the care of lodgers. A nlghtwatchman is cm- I ployed who is said to visit the lockup 'frequently during the night when cccupied." D. H. Society Meets With Mrs. Peter Haak Bristol Center MRS. LEV! OORBER Staff Correspondent Rtv. and Mrs. Atlanta, but compromised on two seven-passen- musical instruments on the long journey. Gorham Baptist Church Activities Scheduled GORHAM -- Activities listed for Shortevie ROBERT T. SCHAEFEE Sta. f f Correspondent Mrs. Burt Hostess ' To T. Bridge Club Girls at the Work in the station museum has ec j by the W W. been "suspended for the time beirK church this e\emng and Miss Clara L Barnes, employed' The Woman's Missionary there : has returned to her profession w m me et Friday afternoon rfnursing at Geneva General Ho,- M^^r^ TM»»£ Two other changes in the stafi program. were approved at a recent meeting of 7he . W-ji fc*iii. m ,,.., ,,. The Sundav evening service at Trustees Dr. James 7.30 will feature a musical program was eiven the title o f , which will include a trumpet solo SSr «wSlntendent of the can- ,ter. Beatrice of New York will also ning crops farm under C. B Sayre., sing v,'as named farm superintendent i succeeding Mr. Corcoran. Bteomf ield Methodists To Picnic On July 26 SCOUTS AT _ HALL -- Ten local Boy Scouts I with their Scout Master J. W. Robson are enjoying a camping trip ' at Lake Piseco in the Adirondacks. This has been an annual event for the local Scout troop and their Scout Master. Those at the camp -- O'J'JU'' AVAftiBUwA . -*- **v-w **· *· - - - -- A EAST BLOOMFIELD-- Plans are are j 0 hn Robson, Reed Turnbull. being completed for the annual pic-1 George Kikkert, Morrell Jorgen- lucof the Methodist Church to be sen . Robert Ward, Thomas Wilson. field July 26 at Honeoye Lake Eark. Dinner will be served at 1 j!el*Bfc-followed by a program of «wfcnming and sports. The Cornin charge of arrange- Charles Jones. Hov.ard Jensen. Junior Sullivan and Robert Carr. BOARD ELECTS STANLEY -- The Board of Edu- FJ ~^ _ _ , -- - - - I cation for the Seneca-Gorham- ·^the Burrell Class: lemon- j potter Central School has organiz- ' " Class: transportation.; ec j f or the coming year with the ' following officers: Sidney Thomas. president; Robert Bigham. vicepresident: Charles J. Pybus. clerk, and Luella Puher. treasurer. "Class; sports. Mr. and Mr? "* Hendershot, Mr. and Mrs. f«BdeU Bailey To Speak «H L. Bailey, the son of the t/flf ^ .falter L. Bailey, of Utica. a HKtttt-pastor of the Congregation~* eipwh.--will occupy the pulpit of Kebnrch; Sunday morning. Mr \Sgfls preparing for the minis- ·"· be a senior next year of Hamilton. Canada, were in Buffalo recently Mr. De-Bow :etumed to Hamilton after \isiting his aurt Mrs Fred DeBow and Mr and Mrs. Hamlin Rex Palmer, of New York, has HOLCOMB -- The weekly meet- SHORTSVILLE -- Barbara, Dor- mg O f the T. Bridge Club was irolyn Starr of Canan- | hel(i Tuesday evening with Mrs. recently entertained at t HonDrs were aw ard- ^r^JSSrT" fd Mrs Harold Hendershot and of Pawtucket, R. Mrs. Robert Howland. I , is spending two weeks as the ] The next meeting will be held guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j Tuesday evening with Mrs. Fou- Frank O'Brien and family in Main Street. Elaine Walters is spending some time in Jersey City, N. J., where ·she is being entertained by Mr. and Mrs Paul Hausser. i Mrs. Arthur R. Schaefer is convalescing in the Clifton Springs ; Sanitarium, following" a minor op- 'eration Tuesday. j E. H. Emery has returned from , the Clifton Springs Sanitarium, . where he was treated for an illness. i Charles Schlecht, son of Mr. and ! Mrs. Harry Schlecht has returned j home fiom Memorial Hospital after ' undergoing a tonsil operation. ' George S. Jones has resumed his duties in the store after spending a week vacationing at home and m Pike. Mrs. Harold Y. Chambers has returned to the Postoffice after a week's vacation. Six members of the ShortsvMle | Boy Scout Troop 49. Black Bear ; Patrol have been spending some time on Wenna Kenna Beach. Can- 1 andaigua Lake. They are patrol .leader. Robert Hoag; jnmor assis- j tant scoutmaster. Dave Hoag and Richard Inglis. Richard Lathrop, Karl Hixson. Jr.. and William Turner. \ 'Colgate College. Hamilton, s'ince {been the guest of h'b parents Mr ·fce-to-floe of the church's ov.n children, it is hoped that there -A-.il be jk large congregation. ; Entertain Club Winners - The losing side of the Bridge Ifalub entertained the winners at a and Mrs. Raymond Palmer Mrs Harlan P Fulkerson and daushier. Helen ^on Donald, and Miss Natalie Moon of Lakemont visited the Rev. ar.fi Mr? V. 7 Heber O'Hara and family on Monday. luncheon Monday at "Haiioway I Mr.,and Mrs. John T. Hamlin · ·Housed The sides were m close 17 ere recent dinner we-is oi Mr., fcompetition throughout the enine and Mrs. Earl T Atkinson, of Can^year with only a difference of 200 ; andaisua. at the \Venna Kenna i ipoints at the final meeting. Honors j Tea room. ' ^Monday afternoon went to Mrs I Mr- Hi!-r. D:p\°nriorf nf Grrnc rLeon J. Cook and Mrs Spencer S. I Rap:cs. Mich is the cueii 01 Mr. ZBaxby. Mrs. John A. Gilmore.-Aho'ar.n Mrs v.'arrcn \Vhe"ier I "will leave soon for DeJevan. " ^ al.^o Mr and Mr.s Charlc*- Handra- ' presented with a farewell gift. The nan and son. Charle.- J r . o: C?n- | ^committee in charce i?ere Mrs. j andaicua. ar.d Mi^ Ethel M?e '· "Frank R. Appleton. Mr- Henry C. Khnefeller o; Bristol Corner^ are Amokf. Mrs. Mae Buell. Mr- Frark cuests of Mr. and Mr.-,. John K'lrre- H, Steele, Mrs. L. H. Jones Mrs. feller. Vnd. ttimlin. Mrs. Walter Phillips i Mr. and Mr.s. Robert Appleton. i. Prank Forsythe. i Jr.. and her uster Katharine Bliv, =*ast fUoomfieM Briefs wore recent su^U of Mrs Grornr and Mrs. John T. Himhn \Voolston. ttss Cornelia VanDeu^ii oi | F. B H«lchm^o;j ;s mtiiv.lh ill Center, and Ronald De-Bow ! a t Kr.mp Na'isa on H'W\- i;ikc WARY OF MARRIAGE LONDON i/?i -- Ent:-'n oOLicn ie alarmed because they foriti -,en British citizenship on ir.am^se -. a refugee alien Many " -:re:i t re Briefs Peter Stein of East Aurora was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jones. Mr and Mrs. Jay Mason, Mrs. Thomas Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson. Mrs. John Toz- ler of Rochester; Mrs. Sidney Nash of Detroit, Mich., and Miss Marcis Thompson of Angola have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Klinefeller. Mrs. F. H. Kent and daughter, Janet and Edward Stiles have returned from a week spent at "Hut in the Pines" m the Bristol Hills. Mrs George Loninaire of Rush was a Wednesday guest of her sister. Mrs. James Appleton and Mrs. Appleton. Miss Janet Kent resumed her studies at the Genesee School of Nursing in Rochester Wednesday after spending a three week vacation with her mother. Mrs. Frank H. Kent. Mrs Esther Pitzpatrick. Miss Bet- tv Bennett, Frank McrWilliams and William Moody are attending the World's Fair in New York. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooley Fletcher were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs James Blodgett in Rushville. Carolyn and Joan Gilmore were Wednesday guests of Miss Mabel Sullivan. Mrs. Lawrence Saxby and Mrs. George Sax.by were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Weidrick in Rochester. CENTERFIELD -- Mrs. Peter Haak was hostess to the D. H So- cietv at her home on North Bloomfield road, Wednesday afternoon with 17 members and three guests present. They folded surgical bandages for the hospital and did piece W Mrs. Henry Schmidt will hold the next meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 2. Mrs. Haak served light refreshments, assisted by Mrs. Frederick Vale. Centerfield Briefs Mr and Mrs. Harold Northrop and children, North Bloomfield road, were guests of Mr. Northrop s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Northrop at Oswego. Mr and Mrs. H. Gird Harris and son, H. Gird. 3rd. Cooley road, spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nash. Reed Corners road. i Mr and Mrs. Peter Haak, North Bloomfield road have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abiaham Haak at Holcomb. Mrs. Emma DeKruger and Floyct Rouse, North Centerfield road, have been visitors of relatives in Cana! dice. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sperry of Canandaigua were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wheeler, Cooley road Mr. and Mrs. Peter Haak were visitors of Mrs. Martha Runyan at Sbortsville the first of the week. Miss Leah Walker of Canandai- I gua. spent. Tuesday with Mrs Clar- jence Hall. Centerfield road. Miss Anna Schmidt, R. N.. Wyoming County nurse is in Ithaca this week attending a Summer school course. Miss Schmidt is on a month's vacation and has been i with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Schmidt. Centerfield road. i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bellinger of | East Bloomfield; Mr. and Mrs. i Warren Wheeler and children of Victor were callers of Mr. and Mrs. j Charles Hicks, Wheeler Station road. Mr and Mrs. Irving Johnson land Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wheeler have been in Phelps. making plans ! for Vance-Gracey reunion to be ' held on July 30 in Phelps. Miss Emma Finagan and Miss Alice Appleton, Centerfield road, i called on Mrs Esther Andrews at Canandaigua Tuesday afternoon. BRISTOL CENTER -- Helen Lcc Corser recently visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pettes. Mrs. Walter Stevens and children, Orin and Katherine. of Greenville, will be guests ol her sister, Mrs. Ernest Fales, and Mr. Fales for the summer. I Miss Kathryn Metherell has been the guest of her brother. William P. Metherell and Mrs. Metherell. Mr. and Mrs T. G. Herendeen and children Tom. Mary Lee and Grace, and Mrs. Levi Corser and children were Saturday evcninc: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helier, Michigan road. Mrs Mary Totman attended the church supper at Allen's Hill as guest of the Rev. and Mrs. William E Edmunds,, Eabt Bloomfield The Daily Vacation Bible School of the combined churches started Mondav with a large attendance. Junior Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Reed, is ill Mr and Mrs. William P. Metherell were guests. Satiuday night, at the cottage of Mr and Mrs George Urstadt on Canandaigua lake. Mrs. Urstadt is entertainniK her sister. Miss Florence Walker, R N of the Strong Memorial Hospital staff who was formerly a resident of Bristol Center | Mr and M -s Arno Kux en'.ci - ' tained her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. G Urstadt, of Howell Street, over the weekend. Mr and Mrs. Levi Corser arc owners of a night blooming cereus, which was in flower last week. The Rev. and Mrs. Merle Holmes, former pastor of the Bristol Center Methodist Church, called on fnendb in the village. Monday. Playtime SALE ! GQc size JAP SALTS _____________________ 39* gOcCajifornia SYRUP of FIGS SI size HALEY'S M. 0 36* 59* 50c size DR. LYON'S Tooth Powder 50c size PACKER'S SCALPTONE -------- . 390 Pint bottle NUJOL, for constipation -------- 490 81.50 Fellows Syrup HYPOPHOSPHITES ., 990 GOc size DANDERINE 380 35c POND'S CREAMS 198 $t50. Box of 12 ANUSOL, suppositories 930 fiOc Caldwell SYRUP PEPSIN 360 Quart FLIT, fly killer __ 290 30c size CELERY KING 190 $1.50 size PETROLAGAR 890 10c cake WOODBURY, facial soap 60 75c size Howard's BUTTER MILK Cream ,. 590 50c size ZIP Depilatory Cream ------------ 290 Minckler Drug Co. "The Rexall Store" i ^ DeGraff's WOMEN'S SHOP Summer Clearance Sale SILK DRESSES $7.95 now $ 4 95 $6.50 now $ 4 95 $'595 $5.95 now o COTTON DRESSES s;-* w $2.00 now *1 $2.95 now $ 2°° SO $3.95 now *Z 95 Better Dresses Sharply Reduced For Clearance! Buy NOW.'... At These LOW PRICES! DeGraff'S National Bank Building SALE NOW ON DAVIDSON'! JULY SALE SALE NOW ON Wed In Surprise Ceremony Spring and SHOES s NOW AT Summer Whites and Other Styles Included. Pumps and Tics in Blue, Japonica and Cranberry Red Regularly $2.50 to $8.00 $ -1 00 _ $*98 1 to 3 i. Bathing Slippers 45c to $1.00 MEN'S White Bucks for all occasion . . . Brown ami white ventilated - Crepe sole Sport Oxfords. All men s Summer Shoes included in this sale. Regularly $3.00 to $9.00 Beach Sandals atr with Stantrtn Grif- mirtion witlBrr e\e/alive, f*Howir.g thrit SBrpri« OH IMHHC *f tfce fcrMk'* atcpfafJier, Harm- GiVwn, at L. I. Tile irtfcutniMM, $2, an4 ts 26-yrar-old bride arc Mrstwr, as they ^prd t« Manhattan to board DAVIDSON SON

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