The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 14, 1948 · Page 7
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THE DAILY MESSENGElt, CAN AN D Aid U A, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1948 PAGE FIVE OLD FLOORS MADE LIKE NEW $ NEW FLOORS MADE PERFECT For Finer Floois Samlin"--IJel'hti ihi-iji I'hoiic 31 -K 2U Daxiilson \\ Psychology Theme of Talk to Sorority M a i q u i t , ps\chiatiisi at 1 · V o t o i a n s V l m m i s t t a l K i n hosp'n'l \\cis i,peakn Mondaj e v e n i n g at a dnniei mceti-ig of Alpha M J u.ai/tr, Beta Sigma I'ln soio - t j , IP Hotel Canandai- ^iui l i i i i o d i i u d b\ M i s Ailone P \ K l t ' \ , p i o / i a m i h a i i m a t i lot U ' ' \ ( ' i ! i i / Lti r a i q u i t ch'-iusM (i 11 i \ · n · w iolo,\ Us .tjj] !' a'io'1 '1C l i t I H I in n U me l u i - c - s i l l IK.- Ian I'd v it!' M i - n u M il- jiope- \ \ t i l Forbid Kites in Washington, But May Fly Trial Balloons-Boyle ·? For a Stronger, Sturdier Chassis ^sr a ("i i'\ m i / i d ' \ \ ' i i \ a'h t u b s f v ; -·alv at "u I l'is HJ.'C' .ue ^ ' HERE ARE BUT A FEY/ OF OUR OUTSTANDING VALUED IN OUR \NNUAL WINTER TIME SALE Men's Wool Spert Shirts (Plain sr Fancy Patterns) $$|85 Valuer to S10.00 Nov. P e WftnK Itweafarc Values to «I.9S -l,o\\ s Leathsr Jackets Regular SI 1.95 ___ .Now Leisure Ooafs Values to S25.00 $f95 .Now 's All Wool Norfolk 'Regular 827.50 -Now* iris Regular S1.H5 Now Boys' Wso! Sport Shirts $f|35 Regular S5.95 Now tl Boys' Weol Slaeks (Elm or Regular $1.98 wn Herringbone) Now $185 'Regular S5.95 Boys' Woo! Sweaters Regular 1.95 Now fe's Flannel Shirts Values to S2.19 __ or Plain Shades) $|85 Now 1 Men's Wool Jaekts Values to $11.95 .Now And ^ismerous Other Items on Sale! Don't Miss Qw Annual Wintertime Sale! The Men's and Boys' Store of Canandaigua (Tune in WGVA Daily at 6:10 for Local and Vicinity News) Bj Hal WAS-HINCTOX P) Refusing to an v ei quesUo-is is just one \ \ , i \ of g«Un'K I!1 t i o u b l e \ \ i t h A i ' u t h e ' " tv is to tic \ o u i hoise to ,i t ' c e m t h e Nation's capital ( .!', U -s S. \ s }OU l l l U S t l l t do i t Of c o u i ^ each %eai t n c i e aie l.v 01 ind fm\ei saddle-soie citi- /ons v ho r. r 'i\e b^ie aboaid Old Dobbin and flou* congiess by a - K ' n c m g him to an elm Hut t h e i e aie olenU of othei i tl i^s a man can do and unv.it- I t j n g h fi-ul himself in contempt ] of t h e national legislative, v.hich p iss"-, aU lav.s affecting life in the Distnct of Columbia These statutes aien't listed in ihe ^uid^books And there aie so j an of them that a cautious \ i s t o i to be ceitain of keeping out of trouble, might do v.ell to ( h ^ c k ' M t h his congiessman before a a \ e n n t ' i n g about here in the ! ind ri t'.e v heie.is and the home DI t i n be it lesohed O H K i ' i ' o he mu;ht decide to e o m i m i f i \ . ' k i t e some v,ind\ (' \ ind lea i n t h a t congiess long Funds ior C.V.H. To Be Raised I in T P 1 ^ Hie Women's auxih- ,n 01 i h « Le^ic i Seolej B Pansh p .si a o p l a n n i n g a caid paa\ t o i a i ( U nci to use m thei- p a i l loi UK I ' n e l i l of disabled \ r t t i 11 ^ it ( t n inda'^u.l \ t I t ' i a n s mis pi, il Nt ('.tl. 1 t hfC-n sM 1! f KIM mitt' i s 'n cl-ai^e aie Re'.eshments Mis Leslie Champion M - s Fied VVestiall, Mis H f i i \ Bluen, M i s Roger Over slaugn Mis Echsard Ljnch, t i M e t s Mis F - a n k h n Hutchison, .nd M i s Tames VMI" Damme, and j i i ie. M i s Mau'aiet R \ a n {he aaxiliai met foi then first meeting of the ne\ \eai at the Lcg'on he rae on Tuesda\ e\emng Delegate, to the ount\ auxili- a i \ meetuig on Tanuaiy 26 at S l n i t s x ' l k %M!I be Mis Lestei M i s'nal! M i s P n n k h n Hutchm- i and t h e piesident, Mis Emil Dlialle Mrs. Edna Cornish Heads Naples WSCS NAPLES--The WSCS of Naples Methodi-t c h u i c h met at the r nome of i h o Ke\ and Mis J Wesley Ddbccvk u c e n t h to elect the fol- 1 )\ ill., O l l ' C C ! 0 P'eside ' \ I ' s Eana Coinish, v j t , p u s i d e n t M i s Lauia Wild- nA, ' C i e t a i \ Mis Beitha Dil- Ic i tieas'iiei Mis Vet a Giopen- i t l . \ i t . i s M i s 'Belle Woodaid, · - P i n . t i f \ "i mi sionaiv u o i K Miss Eunice Ckxelai"! s U ' e t a ^ v of stu- 'iem , \ o t l M"- t i a n c e s Long, S ' M O t l i v O f VOdlll V P ' k , MtS Ler na \Voodato seuelaiv of chil- r h t i M i s \lihea Ion un{,s sec n t a i \ ( - p n i . i a l l i l e Mi 1 - Beit r « t Patle.'-on, s e c e t a i v of sup- phe- \ I i ~ Cdiohn St-hult/, secie- tai of i i t e r a t u i e and publications, Alls-, Mabel Woodaid The ne \ pies'dent, Mis Cornish, succeeds- Mis Claionoe Baxter \vho s 0 i \ e d as pi evident foi tno ago decieed a $10 fine foi l i t e f l v e i s heie 'iheie !·· no penalu l'o\se'»ei foi float in;' n u 1 ba 1 loon O: a (On^cipntioi"! but t h i r t \ toiuist (Ollld find hipiS"lf IP di! f i ( u l i \ lie'e m o i t l v l\ insisiiii/ lie ( o u l d s'and uj, ,11 i pi'Mu plad- and 1)U\ a d i i ' i l He , i n i C o n - jjiess sa\s \ou h a \ e 'o di · K sit- t'ng do\\n Checking j n t o congiesiional sta- ti'tes still ,n effect f i o m b\gone da\s, the Washington Star found that cong'e^s not onl\ \ \ o n t let \ou t i e a hoiP o a tiee It aKo sternlv foi bids \ou to t i d e the animal on the sidewalk A'id f u i - theimoie, it w i l l sock \ou S5 if \ou delibeia'eh S'c a dog- on another dog-- 01 on a senatoi r or thai mattei Suppos-p ou bounce out of bed one m o i n m g feeling so good \oi decide, ' I t h i n k I'll go fight a b u l l ' Don't do it. Mistei Con- giess has a fr,c-\ea' jail t e i m w a i t r ig foi bo%s w h o fignt bulls \ V h \ , heck, a man can e\en be sent up foi a jeai just for dock ing a hoise's tail Congress won't let buildings i e - e use above f o u i t e e n stones J t makes a weed illegal M i* giows moie t h a n font inche^ high You can't go w a t c h an execution if jou'ie under 21, and con- giess w o n 1 let ou hire out an\ of \ o u t elnldten under fouiteen ·\eais 'as an acrobat, contortionist o lope-walkei ' The statute p i o \ d e s no penalty at anv age l o i » ^ n e t . - - l i Lih^,. A. lev othpi 'ips to gaide Mif v a i \ \ i s i t O ' w h o doesn t w a n t to offend congiess duiing his staj here. Don't co'lect bird's eggs w i t h o u t a special peiinit Don't w a l k down Pennsjhama a \ e n u e c a n \ i n g a woodcock--dead 01 ali\e--between Jan 1 and Tuh 1 01 i 1 " w i l l cost \ou S^ The iest of tne \ear it's okaj Be caeful never to challenge anvone to a duel as the penalu is ten da\s m jail But be e\en moie caieful about w e a i m g the insignia of the Daughters of the American Revolution--if \ o u ' t e not a n'embe 1 The\ can iail \ou for t h i r u da\s on that chaige-- if \ou can t pay the ?20 f i n e Congress denies j o u anv right to build a bonfue or Kill a stalling, but on the other liana it w o n t let caid or dice s h a i p ^ pluck ou baie eithei If \ou lose more than $26 67 in a fair game v o u can sue the winner foi the monev If a gamblct takes moie than S26 G7 by cheating vou ran make him pa back five times w h a t he took fiom jou. \nd jou won't have to mn foi- evei to find a cop Congress sajs r i , 1 " t moie t h a n t w e l v e miles f i o m the canitol building That's the l a w ' GMC trucks have always been designed and built LO ' taken." Today t h e y are equipped with chassis structure that offers greater strength and stamina than ever before. Axles are heavier and huskier. Springs are stronger. Frames are tougher. Brakes, steering, transmissions, clutches . . . all have been improved to give you easier handling, surer control and day-in, day-out dependability on the most rugged hauling jobs. There's a new GMC . . . light, medium or heavy duty . . . exactly suited to your type of truck work. See us for complete information . . . and ail your parts and service needs. Carter-Phillips Motors, Inc. 267 South Main Street Canandaigua, N. Y. THE TRUCK OF VALUE · GASOLINE-DIESEL Nundawaho Lodge To Install Tonight NAPLES -- Distnct Deputy C . K t C i Maste: Lenaid Ktauss and s t i r of N\ u l a r d \ull install the ne\\l\ elected pud appointed offi- c c i s ' o f tne Xundav aho lodge, lOOF, at a l e g u l a i meeting at S p m tonight in Odd Fellows hall PoMiesh/nenu \\ill be sei\ed Flint Births and Deaths Recorded FLTXT--Mis Eu?ere L V.'eb- ^tei icsistiai of \ital itatist.ts foi i ic lowi o f Seneca hai iccoid- c ' I ' M *e b u t h s ana 1") death-, foi MCIMTY BIRTHS NAPLES--A daughter \\as norn to Mt a n l Mis Walter Simon-, of aple^ Dec 23 19-^7 m Wa\land \ son ·« -K hoi n Tan S 10 IS in T i ) i n n o n nospi'al Canandaigua o M' ind M i - I e\\is Brink Remennoi u e ran - u p p h ^ou \ \ . h all colo -, all \ c a v..mt c f KemTono m c;al» o. o u a i f s and hoidei-, and luiNncs 01 lolle,^ at t h o Lllis H p i d x u · -V'\t _ - KEMPS BALSAM ~ 'fb»'.'iOl ' DU» TO' CPl For Bonds? i Fi re--Liabili ty--Marine ' i i n s u r a n c e i Phone 280 J. B. PATTERSON SON 88 North Main Street Lec'ion Building; DIVIDENDS AN ADDED BENEFIT SALE OF Quilted Satins ( Wool Flannels Values to 8.95 Now Values to 10.95 Values to 12.95 Now Values to 14.95 No\\ Values to 16.95 Now Values to 22.50 Now lale of E ra?" Or V u White--Nude--Black Crepe and Satin Vates to 3.35 NOW Sizes C2 to 16 Lase Trer Regular 1.95 NOW SALE OF Regular 1.95 NOW Values to 7.95 NOW Value* to 8.95 NOW Special Budget SKIRTS luy! Values lo 8.95 NOV.* AH Winter Tune'in WGVA--1240 on Your Dial, at 6:10 Daily--for Local and Vicinity News

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