The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 14, 1948 · Page 12
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If AGE EIGHT THE DAILY/MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., WEDNESD'AY; JANUARY'14, 1948 6 OUT OF EVERY 10 FAIL TO MAKE A WILL . of all property-owning individuals die without wills. In many cases, the failure to make a will means added trouble and confusion for survivors, It pays to have your lawyer draw your will. We invite you and your lawyer to talk with us about our services asExecutor and Trustee. ONTARIO COUNT* TRUST COMPANY Cananclaigua, IS. I. Member l : ci\crtA Deposit Insurance Cor;iuruliun Member Federal Reserve System Motorists Warned To Provide Good License Brackets Motorists, faced this year with the necessity of attaching a second license plate to the front of their cars, were cautioned by the city police department to use good judgment in purchasing the mounting brackets made available for that purpose. Police Chief John M. Dunn said, this morning, that four front-end licenses have been found, and that in each instance the metal bracket had broken in two. Chief Dunn pointed out that many of the brackets on sale generally are not made of heavy enough metal to hold up under the combination of the license plate's weight and the vibration incurred \\iicu iiiO car is in motion. He said that the most satisfactory type of bracket should connect directly to the car at both the top and"bottom, thereby eliminating most of the vibration. At the police station, in city hall, and available to their owners, are plates described as follows: Dlr (dealer) 18-491; GU-705: GU- 594, and Com (commercial) 38181S. For several years prior to issuance of t h e " 1948 plates, New York state had adopted the use of a single license plate. The move was made for the purpose of conserving the use of metal during the war emergency. Girl Scout News Rug Sale Nationally advertised, all seamless first quality rugs with fringed ends. A special purchase months ago enables us to bring them to you at t h i s remarkably lev.- price! Finely woven heavv texture that's colorful and Canandaiyua .Phone (JU!) Greens Keepers Plan For Detroit Meeting Th" Finger Lakes Greens Keepers association held its regular monthly meeting at Hotel Canandaigua "yesterday noon. Vice-president, Edward Smith,; Hovnell Country club directed the meeting in the absence of President Dean Darron, Stafford. N. Y. Discussion at the meeting centered on plans- for the national meeting of all associations to be held in Detroit, Feb. 9 to 15 at the Book Cadillac hotel. The Finger Lakes association was formed one year ago in_ April. The members shall work in cooperation with Cornell university research department on fine turfs headed by Dr. Gorman, agronomist. Results of the Greens Keepers' efforts will benefit all golf courses, parks, cemeteries, and estates. Those in attendance at the meeting were: Secretary-treasurer, Wilber H. Stone. Elmira; associate board member, Isaac Buych, Ontario Country club, Elmira; James Connaughton. Monroe; Jack Ling, Lakeshore Country club, Rochester. and Charles Earl, Irondequoit. The annual meeting of the Finger Lakes Greens Keepers association will be held this April at the Canandaigua Country club. MARINER TROOP Ginny Russell presided over the business meeting of the Mariners, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Cooley* were our leaders and in the old business we discussed a trip to the Coast Guard station and weather bureau in Rochester. The date is not yet set. After paying dues we continued to study types of water craft or learning fi've types of sail boats and parts of the boat. The meeting was adjourned for the evening. --Alison Thomas .yeoman. TKOOP 2 We held our meeting in St. Mary's church hall Tuesday and decided to work on the winter sports badge. H has been planned to start this badge with a skating partv and later ^i/in/. ioboggan- ning" We also decided to visit the historic Granger Homestead which we know shall prove interesting. The meeting was closed with a Girl Scout circle and song. "America the Beautiful."--Mary Jo Gretchen, scribe. Trapp Family Group To Be Here Tonight The Trapp Family singers will appear at the Academy at S p.m. tonight in the second concert of the mid-winter series sponsored by Canandaigua Community Concert association. The program will include old church music and folk songs with special arrangements for the spinet and viol da gamba, rarely heard, ancient musical instruments. Doors will be open at 7:30 according to Raymond V. Spare, association president. Garden Club Seats Officers for 1948; Secor President Koos to Go to Crop Insurance Meeting Joseph J. Koos will attend the crop insurance conference conducted by the State Production and Marketing office in Syracuse this Thursday. Plans have been made to discuss the crop insurance program for farmers which is now on an experimental basis in Ontario county, and to investigate ways to better fit the needs of farmers who are interested in crop insurance for wheat. In Ontario county there are 170 contracts for wheat insurance covering a b o u t . GOO farms. These contracts protect the farmer against any crop damage resulting from natural causes such as wind. hail, winterkill, fire, wildlife, insects, disease, excessive rain, etc. Willis J. Bergey, director of the State Crop Insurance office will be present at the meeting. Installation of new officers of the Community Garden club marked the January meeting last night in the' Congregational church social rooms. William H. j Purple was installing officer. Af- j ter a sing by officers and commit| tee chairmen, with Miss Ada C. ' Zeller at t h e piano, the group was introduced to members, as follows: President Wilber Secor; vice- president, Mrs. Grace J. Green; secretary, Miss Helen Stewart, and treasurer, Cloid A. Sprankle; committee chairmen-program, Frank L. Freer; exhibit, Walter L. Wright; library, Patterson: press. Mrs. Harley Mrs. John A. Guilfoil; flower, Mrs. Chauncey A. Johncox. New members seated were Mrs. Charles II. Sperry and Mrs. James F. Monagle. Miss Lois L. Brandow provided entertainment with kodachrome views of a vacation t r i p 1o Detroit iinrl others of Canandaisua lake. Refreshments were served by t h e men, who were hosts for the cve- *ng. The next meeting will be Feb. 10 at the same place. Brooks Class Plans For Anniversary Tentative plans for observance of the 40th anniversary of the Brooks class ; of the Methodist church in March were made Monday in the January meeting at the church. Members also are planning a bake sale this month to raise funds toward purchase of a moving picture projector for the church. The Rev. Lloyd V. Moffett, pastor, gave an illustrated talk on his experiences as a navy chaplain on Saipan and Okinawa. He was *l^,,« T ~,*,, 1948. : . 27-INCH STAIR CARPET $2.29 YARD JOHNSON 181 So. Main St FOR HOSPITALITY SERVE COCA-COLA Missionary Bishop Speaks in Gorham Several members of the Methodist church, including the Rev. Lloyd V. Moffett. pastor, are in Gorham today to attend a missionary institute at the Methodist church. Featured speaker is Bishop Newell Snow Booth, of Central Africa, youngest bishop of the denomination. Bishop Booth has just arrived in this country from an 18-month stay in Central Africa, where he supervised churcli work in the Belgian Ccmgo, Mozambique, Soul hern Rhodesia and the Transvaal. Other .speakers include the Rev. Herbert Gordon, Elmira; I ho Rt.-v. Erwin D. Bennett, Weedsport: the Rev. Earl Rugg. returned missionary from India, and Mrs. Clayton Comslock. of Clyde. Accompanying Mr. Moffett were Miss Mary Jean Voak, Mrs. Charles M. Henry, Mrs. Clarence A. H e n h a m and Mrs. George W. Hi-starK. Cor(u m a i l i n g for yo-ur i m n - i i slops, t h r e e feel wide, w i t h rubber ends, keeps one from slipping and falling on t h e steps. For sal-:.- at Kllis Hardware. - ,, _ . choof. who. with Mrs. C. A. Torrey, president, was in charge of the program. Supper, in charge of Mrs. T. S. Carter and Mrs. Charles E. Veak, was followed by the business meeting. Plans were made to send a shower of cards to Andrew Davis, former class teacher, who is ill in Thompson hospital. The next meeting will be Feb. 9. N. B. Federkile Marks 88th -Birthday Today ; NAPLES--Nicholas B. Federkile, · resident of the village for many '.years celebrated his S8th birthday j today a) his home on R.eed street. Tn former years lie operated a b l a c k s m i t h shop on the west Jane Day Wins Pie Baking Contest Miss Jane Day, Canandaigua, R 4, won first place in the apple pie- baking contest held at the 4-H council pancake and sausage supper Mondav night in the Grange hall. Second, third, and fourth places were awarded to Miss Roberta Carson, Stanley; Miss Joan Piir- dy, and Miss Edith Purdy, respectively. As a result of her first place award. Miss Day will represent the 4-H council in the pie- baking contest at the Horticultural show at Edgerton park, Rochester, which starts = today.' At this "show the 4-H department in area counties will sponsor an Apple-Snack booth. Four girls f r o m ' t h e West Bloomfield 4- H chapter will work in this booth under the direction of Mrs. Melvin Olmstead, their leader. Cider, "not soice and cold, applesauce cake, apples, ana apple pies macie m me booth will be sold by the girls. Also included in the 4-H meeting Monday night was the presentation of three one-act plays which included members of the council. Directed by Mrs. Leonard Dailey, Canandaigua, they will perform for neighboring council members on Neighbors night, Feb. 2, and for the general public, Feb. 5, at the Grange hall. During the evening,- photographs were made of the council and its members and officers, and of delegates to 'the state council. College Courses To Be Offered at Veterans Hospitals Courses in applied psychology and English literature which will both carry Keuka College credits' will open "at the Veterans' hospital the evening of Jan. 28. Both courses will run for 15 weeks and are open .to nurses and personnel at both the Veterans' and Thompson hospital and also any other pet- son who is eligible for college credit. · The English course will be taught by Dr. Gordon Dustan, Phd., from the staff of Keuka College and the course in phychology will be taught by Dr. Syril Marquit, on tiie teaching staff of the college and th^e medical staff of the Veterans' hospital. Ail English classes v.ill be held on Thursday-evening and psychology classes on Wednesday evening. Furniture Displayed By 18 Home Units The exhibit of refinislied furniture displayed Monday at the Granger homestead'was representative of the work of 18 of the county's Home Bureau units. Units contributing to the display and their leaders follow: Aloquin, Miss Irene Moore, modern chair; Bristol Springs, Mrs. Kenneth Devlin, vanity box; Bunker Hill, Mrs. Henry Bedettc, maple arm chair; Canandaigua Afternoon, Mrs. 'John Hopkins, square cherry table; Canandaigua Evening, Mrs. Robert Folahd, hitchcock style maple chair: East Bloomfield, Mrs. Howard Grimble, imvel rack, picture frames, wooden dishes; East Victor, Mrs. Warren Preston, modern coffee table; Farmington Chapel, Mrs. Roy Wyman, walnut chest, maple chair; Fishers, Mrs. Elmec Sharp, mahogany-mirror frame; Honeoye, Mrs. Joseph Mallaber, stenciled chair, whitewood square table; Hopewell, Mrs. James DePew, modern chair; Ionia, Mrs. Raymond Appleton, blanket chest; Lakeside, Mrs. John R. Aldridge, antique walnut table; Manchester, Mrs. Margaret Farnsworth, day bed, imitation rosewood rocker; Naples, Mrs. Devello Haynes, mahogany foot stool, Mrs. Harold Duclos, walnut chair; Rushvillc, Mrs. Bessie Mpshier, bureau, butternut, stand, shaving box; Victor, Mrs. Michael Lucey, square wash 'stand; Victor Evening, Mrs. Victor Tischer, O-gee mirror frame. as station of Main si reel where and the Sam Hang^i b u i l d i n g now are located. TO ENTERTAIN CLUB Mrs. John D. Hamilton, North Main street, will entertain t h e Canandaimia S c i e n t i f i c association Thursday at. 8:15 p. m. at her home in N o r t h M a i n street. Mr. J H a m i l t o n is 1o read a paper on. ; " V o l u n t a r y Hospital Care." J CLASS TO MEET i NAPLES -- The Welcome class j of the Methodist church, will meet I tomorrow evening at. the home of : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiley. Sup- District Teachers Discuss Legislation Jack Guildroy of Bloomfield Central school faculty presided at. a meeting of t.liird supervisory district, teachers today when a discussion on proposed school legislation was held. The unit is a part of the State Teachers' association. "Important Legislation for Teachers" was discussed by Miss Edith Garllie, organisation field worker and reports of the recent state meeting were given by Miss Elina Andreason of Gorham and Willard Peters of Kast Bkiom'ficlr). Superintendent Conrad C. Muehe of Stanley submitted a report on the retirement association. Rotary Slates Talk On Scout Jamboree Clarence A. Carpenter, Jr., local Boy Scout, who attended the World Scout Jamboree in France last summer, will be speaker tomorrow noon at the Rotary club luncheon meeting in liotei oanau- daigua. He will be introduced by Edward Sick as program chairman. S a v e 10°/c 0 During January February-March Canali's Set AUTO GLASS While You Wait Sizes for All Car and Truck Windows CANALI'S GLASS SHOP (Rear Green Front Best.) i3.9 Niagara SU I'hone 209-31 F. H. McELWEE SOiS FUNERAL DIRECTORS Phones 562 or 122S j KT WJJX ELECT | lied Jacket c o m m a n d e r y , i K n i g h t s Templar, will elect o f f i - cers at. the a n n u a l meeting in Maj sonic Temple 'onight at 7:30. HEADQUARTERS FOR BATTERY SERVICE A dry battery may »oon be a "dead"* battery. Stop in now and often for our FREE 5»- Merintenanco Service. ?OWtR-fULL FOR FAST W I N T E R STARTS. GOOD/VEAR ALL-WEATHER B A T T E R Y 45 plates packed with extra starting and siaylag powr. HeKivy d u t y t y p e -- fall? charged and factory fresh. Fishtail style engagement nng. *200 Terms as low at $1.25 a we«k Ask SOT it either way ... both trade-marks mean the same thing. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COO-COU COMPANY BY ROCHESTER OOCA-OOI^A BOTTLING CORPORATION A. 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Established 1862 ' I AUTHENTIC bowler^ Ever see such a marvelous bowling shirt? SHIP'n SHORE cut it foil for c o m f o r t . . . gave it expanding shoulder pleats for free arm action ... planned longer tails that won't pull o u t . . . and tailored it to stand th* strain of active use. Truly convertible collar. You'fl love it for skating and bicycling, too. In combed, Sanforized broadcloth, SIZES 32 TO 4(1 LIFE JT.Ti : Y

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