The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 21, 1939 · Page 3
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 3

Canandaigua, New York
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Friday, July 21, 1939
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THE DAILY MESSENGER. CANANDAIGUA. N. T, FRIDAY, JULY 21,1939. 2 Named to Distribute Household Goods Left «. In Miss Watkins'Will Distribution of household furniture and jewelry to persons named In a memorandum by a sister and a friend are directed in the will of Miss Cinda Watkins, Naples, probated today by Surrogate Fred D. Cribb. The value of the real estate is listed at $2,000 in the petition for probate, with the amount of the personal property listed as unknown. Miss Watkins died June 29. Mrs. Cora W. Roberts, Mackinar City, Mich., her sister and Mildred Jones, Naples, a friend, will distribute the furniture and jewelry. Their word on the division of the IOOF OFFICERS ASSUME District Deputy . Con\ ducts Installation of I Local Staff Lf^District Deputy D. B. Coots and W his staff, of Shortsville, installed I! newly elected officers of Oanandai- gua Lodge, IOOF, last evening at ceremonies in the temple, attended by a good-sized representation of members and guests. Following the induction, the past grands' collar given by the lodee was presented to the retiring noble grand, Norton Wagner, by Frank H. Jeudevine, while Mr. Hardenstine presented a belt and necktie set to Mr. Wagner from his associate officers. Deputy Coots addressed the group on the Odd Fellows' ritual. Refreshments were served under direction of Past Grand Henry Haight. Those installed to serve the remainder of the year were: Past Grand Wagner; Noble Grand Hardenstine; vice-grand, Alfred C. Clark. Jr.; warden, Samuel Dukelow; conductor, Carl Gehrig; chaplain. Tyler Campbell; RSNG, Clarence F. Crissey; LSNG. Charles D Castle; RSVG, Henry Haight; LSVG. Robert Lyttle; inside guardian. Jack Haight; outside guardian Donald Ross; RSS, Charles Lincoln, and LSS, John Somma. Stars With Family articles will ,be final, the will states, any anyone, refusing any goods given them will forfeit all rights to any other share in the estate. The real estate, a home in Naples, is willed to Harry, Mildred and Margaret Jones, all of Naples, for the payment of $800. Linoleum and carpets, but not rugs, will be included. The bequest is made, according to the will, "as a small recompense for the many kindnesses shown to me by them." The »800 will revert to the general fund from which specific bequests are made. Louise Watkins Clothier, Burlington, Mich., a niece and Belle Healy, Toledo, O., are each willed $100. The remaining money will be divided among Cora Roberts, Mackinac City, Mich.; Cora Cox, Chicago; Mary, Martha and Lee Watkins, all of Union City, Mich.; I ,, rt i.,,, f - w Claude Johnson, Union City, Mich., Rochester Dean Johnson, Berkeley, CaL, and Flavian Jones. Detroit, Mich. Harry L. Jones, Naples, is the executor. The will of Dr. Alfred M. Mead, veteran Victor physiciaVi who died in Canandaigua July 3, was filed for probate. He leaves an estate com- CARMEN DONATELLA SHORE GOLFERS CAPTURE MATCH posed of $7,000 in real property and $5,000 in personal property. In accordance with wishes of their mother, who is dead, the will says, all domestic china and silverware will go to two daughters, Dora E. Mead and M. Evelyn Mead, Victor, and .$100 to a son, Edgar R. Mead, also of Victor. The remainder of the property will be shared by the three children. The son and the Canandaigua National Bank and Trust Co., are the executors. Local Club Women In Nassau Test Revenge for previous defeats was meted out by Lake Shore Country Club of Rochester in a Nassau team Ingenious Methods Add Cupboard Space To Kitchen Storage TO GO TO HONEOYE Members of the Drum and Bugle Corps of Canandaigua Post, American Legion, who desire transportation to Honeoye to take part in the firemen's carnival parade Saturday evening, are to meet at the Legion Home not later than 6:45, it was announced today. Members whose cars are not filled also are expected to start from the Legion Home. The parade is scheduled to move at 7:30. GRASS FIRE QUELLED A grass fire at the home of Miss Helen P Hunter, North Main Street, at 12:45 o'clock today was extinguished with brooms by the Erina Hose Company. No damage resulted. First Assistant Chief George Smith was in charge. Homemakers who long for more cupboard space may get it by a little figuring and some elementary work with a hammer and saw, says the New York State College of Home Economics. For instance, if extra table space is needed, a card table hinged either to a wall, the end of the cupboard, or against a door, may serve as a drop leaf table. The only necessary carpentry is to remove the legs on the side that is hinged to the wall; the other two legs should fold up when the table is not in use. The table top may be covered with oil cloth or waxed linoleum. If the homemaker's main trouble in the kitchen is a stack of odd- sized plates and platters which have to be unstacked every time she wants others behind them, a vertical file, or partitions set an inch or so apart, is a help. In such a file, each platter stands on edge , , - mt- . ^ ~M^£^±n.**r* REFILTERED CITY WATER ICE CANANDAIGUA L A K E ICE CO. It Lake SL IttephMa 111 match here yesterday with members of the Women's Golfing Association of the Canandaigua Country Club. The final score was 40 for Lake Shore and 14 for the local group. The all-day tournamdnt was halted at noon, when luncheon was served in the clubhouse, decorated with flowers for the occasion. Several of the visitors remained lor the evening. In a sweepstakes for each team, Mrs. LaPalm, of Lake Shore, had low gross with a 91; Miss Cardinale had first low net with an 81, and Mrs. Altman, second low net with an 85. For Canandaigua, Mrs. Georgia Clarke won low gross with a 90, while Miss Sue Griswold had first low net with a 75, and Mrs. H. C. Funk, second low net with an 80. Points in the Nassau match were as follows: Canandaiua j Lake Shore Clarke IVil LaPalm I'/i Smith 0 JLewin 3 Funk 1 I Cardinale 2 Jewett 0 IReimer 3 Anderson 0 I Whiting 3 Griswold 1'ilTozier IVi Hallenbeck IV^Achter 1'i Evans 0 \Ky Achter 3 Jones lVj|Steele IVi Thomas 0 IDorschel 3 Gager 1 | Altaian 2 VanHoesen l!»|Fearnley I 1 /-: Lew 0 |Jennens 3 Hughes 2 |McDevitt 1 Wadsworth 2y 2 Seeback *, Brumer 0 | Matties 3 Case 0 I Barry 3 Colmey 0 | Turner 3 Qualifying rounds for the handicap tournament are to be started Tuesday and must be played off toy Aug. 1, it is announced. Winners in the recent monkey tournament will DONATELLAS TO APPEARAT PARK Professional Family To Entertain At Roseland Next Week The Donatella Brothers Carmen, novelty dancing, acrobatic and instrumental stars, who are to appear at Roseland Park, Canandaigua, New. York, on Sunday, July 23 to Sunday, July 30 are considered by professional people, whose opinion is naturally looked for and respected, to have the finest act of its kind in the world. This variety combination, has appeared on every major entertainment circuit in the world, and during their extensive travels they have won the plaudits of the crowd wherever they have shown. Rosa M. Donatella, the mother and mainstay of the troupe, toured at the age of four with her father. She is still touring today with her husband Pietro, their two soas and a daughter. A priceless possession belonging to the family is an ancient shepherd's horn, dating back to Biblical times, which is played by Pietro even though no music was ever written for this instrument. Its tones are clear and sweet, and the masterly way in which Pietro handles it enables him to accompany his sons even though they are playing the most stirring of accordion solos. Mrs. Dontella attains rhythmic perfection in the playing of the tambourine. Although seemingly a simple task, very few people have attained the beauty and artistry possible in the mastery of this musical instrument. Carmen, the lovely acrobatic dancing daughter, is a star in her own right, and is an integral part of this family unit which presents a routine that is excitable from start to finish with its blood-stirring rhythms emanating from the variety of musical instruments employed by the Donatellas. THOMAS' HERD HIGHFOR JUNE Production Above Average Despite Heat and Swarms Of Flies Ojdest Ocean Passenger Boards Clipper Russell Frost, 90, of South Norwalk, Conn., boosted the age record for trans-Atlantic airplane passengers when he boarded the Atlantic Clipper at Port Washington, N. Y., for Europe. He's shown about to step up the gangplank. Also aboard the Clipper was a Chicago grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Pfuderer, 72, making a "leisurely" 33-day trip around the world. Pastures Seared Badly As Crops Affected by Drouth SUNDAY IN THE CrrYfHURCHES Dr. Austin To Preach At Union Service In Presbyterian Church Union services of the Presbyterian. Congregational and Baptist Churches will move Sunday to the Presbyterian Church for three consecutive weeks. The Rev. Eugene M. Austin, Baptist pastor, will deliver the sermon at 11 o'clock. The choir will be in charge of Miss Isabelle W. Johnson, organist. Nursery School will be conducted at 11 o'clock for children whose parents desire to attend the worship service. Programs for other services are announced as follows: Methodist -- Morning service, 11; sermon by the pastor, the Rev. Webster D. Melcher; nursery school, 11; Church School, 10. St. John's Episcopal -- Holy communion, 8; morning prayer with litany; sermon by the Rev. Eugene M. Chapman, rector, 10:30; "Beyond Charity." St. Mary's Catholic -- Masses at 6:30, 8, 9:15 and 11 o'clock; the Rev. Michael C. J. Wall, recto* Christian Science -- Morning service, 11; "Truth;" Sunday School, 11 o'clock. Wesleyan Methodist -- Morning service, 11; sermon by the Rev. Stanley Lawrence, pastor; Sunday School, 10; praise service, 7; evening service, 7:30; sermon by the pastor. Full Gospel Assembly -- Bible School, at 11:30; Young People's meeting, 6:30; preaching service, 10:30 and 7:30, the Rev. R. C. Bramer, pastor. Salvation Army -- Jail services, 9; business meeting, 10; Sunday School, 11; older Young People's meeting, 6:30; open air service, 7:30: salvation meeting, 8. WBA Conducts Annual Picnic At Roseland I ». M. BAIN Ml If* c*wWrt u« Ctwitok tt XklUUftf We: __ swti llc.ut It.** (»lw MO Spark Plugs Cleaned and Regapped SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION JOHN C. HUX, Mgr. South Main and day. in its special niche. The partitions en tertain losers'at lunch on Tues- may be of heavy cardboard, wood, or sheet metal. Perhaps reaching over stacks of cups is another difficulty. One of the best arrangements.for storing cups is a narrow shelf in the back of the cupboard, just wide enough to hold the cups. This is much safer than cup hooks which may chip the handles or cause the cups to fall. In spite of the hot dry weather in the early part of June and the plague of flies in the latter part of the month, members of the Ontario Comity Dairy Herd Improvement i Association maintained their herds at a level of production above the average, Joseph Koos, tester, reported today. The high herd for June in the association is owned by S. W. Thomas. Gorham. His herd produced an average of 933 pounds of milk and 435 pounds of butterfat. Increasing temperatures coming on a wave of cool /weather are causing serious drouth conditions as heavy crop losses and the danger of forest fires threaten the Northeastern states. Ontario and other western counties are suffering from the lack of rainfall, with pastures deteriorating rapidly. Farmers report there is practically no afterfeed in meadows. Many pastures have been burned brown by the sun, creating the additional problem of obtaining feed for grazing stock. The second crop of alfalfa is reported short in many localities in this vicinity. In southern sections and the southeast and in some portions of Western a n d Central New York, drouth conditions are becoming acute, according to a report issued by the U. S. Weather Bureau at Cornell University, of weather and crop conditions. "There is some good corn," the report states, "but much of the crop in the dry areas is poor, being very short for the season. Beans, cabbage and potatoes are making some growth but they are much in need of rain. "Vegetable crops in some places are being seriously injured by lack of rainfall. Dry weather has injured Forty adults and children participated in the annual picnic of the Woman's Benefit Association yesterday afternoon at Roseland Park. The juniors and adults took part in a sports program, with prizes awarded the winners. Supper was served under direction of Mrs. Alice Inslee and Miss Sarah Pyke. Mrs. Morris Brown was a guest. The next regular meeting will be Aug. 7 in Grange Hall. Westway Club will hold its annual picnic at Roseland next Thursday afternoon, Locals "We Sell For Less" 5 Ib. Pkg. Water Paint, 45c Regular Price 85c MAIN Paint and Wallpaper ZfR S*. Mate St. Canandafeaa, N. ¥. OAJ s · · · You owe it to yourself to give us a took before you buy your next suit All we ask is a fair trial. SUITS $16.50 $18.50 $22.50 $27.50 $30.00 $35.00 · Frank J. Scclcy FFA Postpone Annual Picnic To Tuesday « Annual Summer picnic of Canandaigua Chapter. Future Farmers of America, scheduled for Saturday at Roseland. has been postponed to Tuesday afternoon, it was an- nouncd today by Verlee O. Linderman. chapter counselor. The outine is called for 1:30. a program of games and sports to be followed by a hot dog roast. The affair is for all members and former members and others Interested in the organization. Arrangements for the place and food are in charge of Richard Outhouse. Marion Gillmor and Gerald McMillan, while Robert Pollock. James VanTroa~t and Wayne Cassort will direct the sports. Penn. Halts Carrying j Goods Over Truck Cab The second high herd is owned by Mrs. Charlotte Munson, Canandaigua. with the production at an average of 841 pounds of milk and 42.3 pounds of butterfat. The third high herd is owned by New York State truckers operating in Pennsylvania were warned by Motor Vehicle Commissioner Carroll E. Mealey today that the Pennsylvania law prohibits the carrying of anv other vehicle over the cab ol the carrier vehicle or the extension of any part of the carried vehicle over the cab of the carrier vehicle- Deputy Commissioner C. H. Wil- helm'of "the Pennsylvania Motor Police, in reply to Commissioner Mealey's request for clarification of the ruling, said the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code provides: "No person shall operate a vehicle on the hieh- ways of the Commonwealth carrying any other vehicle, any part c' which is above the cab of the carrier vehicle or over the head of th? operator of such carrier vehicle." Mr. Wilhelm further advised thai Pennsylvania motor police are strictly enforcing this provision o' the law. His herd averaged 1,199 pounds of milk and 41.8 pounds of butterfat. Members having cows producing over 60 pounds of butterfat in June were: Means Whitbeck, Geneva; E. R. Davie. Stanley; E. M. Dusinberre, Geneva: Charlotte Munson. Canandaigua; S. ham. W. Thomas. Gor- Home Bureau Units To Picnic At Roseland JRr a- J Weal Ncit to Today's temperatures: 8 A. M 11 A. M 2 P. M. ... Vet's H6spital Notes ; rues tomor- New York row 5:42; «ts tomorrow 8:31; moon, new: first quarter. July 23. Dr. and Mrs. Louis Loiez and son. Charles, are spending several weeks · with relatives in New Orleans. La. Among the nurse.? having vacations: Mrs. Jean A. Black leaves Monday for Nova Scotia: Misses Virginia Raup and Madeline Burke will attend Une World's Fair in . ..,-st week, and Mrs. Esther F. Fitapatrick has returned from a World's Fair trip. Members of three Home Bureau units and their families are to picnic Tuesday evening at Roseland md Mrs. Fred Roat; Canandaigua by a sports program in charge of Mrs. Joseph Panzarella. In case of rain the outing will be postponed. It is announced. Committees on arrangements, with Mrs. Mclvin Deuel of the Canandaigua unit as general chairman, are as follows: East Lake Road unit. Mrs. C. A. Torrey. Mrs. Anson Gage. Mrs. Newton Powell .. hot-dog roast. The affair is for Evening unit. Miss Mary K. Bon- cnblust. Miss Mary Hunter and Mrs. DeWitt VanNoy: and Canandaigua unit. Mrs. Deuel. Mrs. Joel W. Jones. Mrs. John Guilfoil and Miss Helen I. Martin. Why buy cheap candy when good candy costs so little? TRY These Summer Specials Assorted Chu Chus, Ib 30c Mint Coolers, Ib. __ 25c Assorted Sour Lumps, Ib 25c Ucoi ice Whirls, Ib. 25c The Goodie Shoppc 1.1. Mlmw, Pt«|h S«. Main St. Local Group Attends Meeting Of Insurers President Arthur S. Warner. Secretary C. W. Selover. Jr.. Augustine Sac-Kelt and E. Raymond Church were local members of the Associated Insurers of Ontario. Seneca Yate« and Wayne Counties who at- Undcd a quarterly meeting yesterday at the Geneva Country Club. j» golf tournament in the afternoon preceded dinner, served to about member'; and guest-. George Jameson, oi Albany, illy superintendent of insurance guest speaker. Among other guest* were Lawrence Newman, of SyraCTJSS: Thomas Sharp. Charles Tafce Follett P. Grfeno and Wellington Potter, of Rochester, and Waites Tayloi. of Penn Yan. department Mjperinlendeni of !3f« insura-nw savings banks. The next meeting Oct. 19. will be in Newark. the raspberry crop but apples and I supper to be served at 6:30, it was other fruits do not yet show serious announced. affects of the drouth." No estimate of the possible crop damage from drouth has been reported for this area but in Southern New York and New Jersey, the field losses are reported to amount to at least $1,000,000 with greater loss in prospect unless heavy rains fall within the next 10 days. MAGICIANS TO PICNIC Canandaigua magician a r e among those from Western New York invited to attend an all-day picnic at Endwell Sunday, _July 30, with Mr. and ~ ~ hosts. Among attend from here are Frank H. Mrs. Roy Dons those planning Sunday. Continuation of the drouth is ex- no hike has yet been reported and Miss Ruth Rounds, of Norwich, will arrive Sunday to be the guest of Miss Betsy Warner at her Summer home in Lincoln Wood, East Lake shore. Warner will be roommates the coming year at Russell Sage College. George Wade, of Chapin Street, will resume his duties at the Canandaigua National Bank Monday after a two weeks' vacation. Miss Virginia Schultz. of Rochester, is the guest of her aunt. Mrs. George H. Ottley. hi Greig Terrace. Miss Irla B. Klock has returned to her home in Wilcox Lane after visitins Miss Marjory A. Martin in New "York and attending the World's Fair. Miss Martin returned with her and is with her mother. Mrs. Edward D. Martin, at their cottage on the East Lake shore. Miss Stella M. Kincaid. of Glen Ridge. N. J- has been the guest of her "mother. Mrs. John Kincaid, at Granger Homestead before going to Hilton to visit other relatives. She will return later for a longer visit with her mother. Mr. anti Mrs. Warren Halliwell. of Gibson Street, have moved to Avon, where he has a position with the Frick Implement Company. Miss Virginia Hathaway, of tht Rochester Road, is the guert of Mr. and Mrs. Le.ster Rowc in Kenmorc. increased temperatures are pre-i "Pop 1 *" Jenflevine, Cllflflflt'L, Jones, dieted for this area today and to- j known as Lesta, William Corser morrow with showers forecast for j and Henry Vecchi. Others will be from Rochester, Batavia and many other places in this area. foodstuffs prices are normal. A survey by the state Conservation Department reveals that low streams and high water temperatures have killed thousands of fish upstate. The Schoharie Creek and its tributaries are said to be at their lowest level in 10 years. ·, What's Doing Driver Hits Tractor, Fined $5 For Speeding Glenn S5»dd. Rushvillc. was fined *? by Justice of 5he Peace M. W. Ffehcr for speeding after his car ashed into a tractor combine 3asl cht on a Town of Gorham dirl road. Slidd was driving cast on the road when he nil th* tractor-combine, driven by Albert. Hall. Stanley. He staled he did not see it until he struck it. Hi- was rrre*t?d by Trooper Richard Camp, Canandaigua patrol. Canadice Riding Club Denied Liquor License Diiapproval of the Ontario County Alcohol Beverage Control Board oV the grafting of a liquor license t" j the Bald Hill Riding Club. Inc.. wa-- upheld today by the stale Liquo 1 Authority. A license was refused on the grounds that it is not a bonafid- club and that there is no necessitv for a alcoholic beverage license in the tonality. A hearing on the application was held July 19 in tlir oflice of the state Liquor Authority. Rochester. Today The Playhouse -- "Captain Fury," and 9 P" M. Roseland Park -- Special attractions. 8 and 10:30 P. M. IOOF Temple - Odd Fellows M-'Stallation ceremonies. 8 P. M. Saturday Roseland -- Special attractions. 4, 8 and 10.30 P. M.: picnic; of Oen- esee Valley Federation, WRC. 1230 P. M. ,, . The Playhcnsc -- "6000 Enemies and 4- Swilers of the Range," 2. 4. 7 and 9 P. M. Legion Home -- Drum Corps meets to go to "Honeoye. 6.45 P. M. ATTEXD INSTALLATION Misses Rose and Genevlevs Martino and Esther Inglis. of this city. members of Alpha Mu Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, recently organized here, were in Penn Yan ia^t evening to attend a formal i dinner a"d installation of a new chapter at the Hotel Wagner. Miss Inglis was installed as a member of the local chapter. DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL William Lorfe 21. of Rochester was discharged today from Thompson Memorial Hospital, wherf he had been confined since Saturday with injuries suffered when his car struck and !;il1ed Charles Eldridge. 71. of Honeoye. on the oi3t«*afts ol lhat village. Deaths Beady Early In August Highlights In Canandaigua's Band History MaCartby Features -- Interesting Twrt RESERVE TOUR COPT Telephone »» ,«c «44 We Cook and Serve Good Food Every Day And we like to have yop your family or yow friends t» enjoy a ike breakfast, * or dinner. We use the the freshest of meats -ill*.. tables. Our menu contetvl variety of hot and cold I and many other cool f soft. Weekend SPECIAl Roast Turkey or : Chicken, Fresh Barn, Prime Rib ol Steaks, Chop?, Cold Meats and Sea Foods "Wht*e the Fort B GMl" RECONDITIONED and GUARANTEED 1938--FORD TUDOR. 1938--CHEVROLET COACH 1937--FORD COACH 1937--PLYMOUTH COUPE. 1937--FORD COUPE. 1936--FORD COUPE. 1936--CHEVROLET COUPE. 1935--CHEVROLET COUPE. 1935--CHEVROLET 157 in. wheel base track. 1934--FORD 134 in. wheefoue track. 1937--CHEVROLET PICK-UP. Many Other Bargains $50.00 and Up WEST AVE. GARAGE WestAve. Phone 48 Edwa-d Mulvcy! 54. a pnUcnt al he Veterans' Hospital, died yester- DAUGHTER IS BORN A daueMer was born Jo Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Koran. Stanley. R. T. 1. ir. Thompson Memorial Hbspital. Julv 21. Korhesler. where funeral services 7,-ill'br Monday at 8:30 from the N j Milirr'f- Son funeral home and at 9'o'clock Irom St. Mary's Church that city. Sirvivors arc three nieces and wo r'phrA-.-.. Mr?. Catherine Trumble Mis. Mary Anderson, Miss Matilda m-vf-r. Peter and James Dwyer, of Miss ."-on HOME FROM HOSFITAL Mrs. Archie P. Adams, who hat been ill in Thompson Memorial Hospital for two weeks, has returned to her home in Catherine Street. LEAVES HOSPITAL Robert Digaloma. 6. has been discharged from Thompson Memorial Hospital and rslumed to his home in Manchester. He sustained a fractured leg May 24 wnen «truck by a" automobile in Manchester. HOME FROM HOSPITAL ! Mr?.. Russell Pair and infant i haw Ifl: Thompson Memorial H ' pita] :CIT thi-ir home in Shortv3'j]f RETURN TO STANLEY Mrs. Ray Francis and infant sor. r,«ve relumed !o their home in Stanl.'-y from Thcsnpsor: Memorial Hospital. ·Jennie McGinnis :r.:ial services for Miss McGinnis. former Canandai- no rijfd at the Eastern Star iri Ori^sany yesterday, will " - j Weftl Avenue Cemetery morning at 10:30. The Eucene M. Chapman, rector of Si. John's Episcopal Church, will officiate. A dflfgation will attend from : Canandaigua Eastern Star Chapter. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE OR ON SHARES - 10 acres mixed hay. ~P«r Farm." W. H, Knapp. Winds LEAVES HOSPITAL Mrs. Robert Bowerman. Sr.. -whelms been ill in Thompson Memrnia] Hospital, has returned to her home on Route 4. MEMORIALS FKRICTCAn MEMORICS i GEO. L. MOM HL*JVm 00. Dm VHP use IB J . - l - I V l l " . M . I 1 m'\'A=--x'-^^ ISio Last Times Friday With Uwry CUntm'* Butf Saturday, Twin Hits Last Shew »:« P. M. "LONE RANGER" II SUNDAY AND MONDAY WDSSMUUfi "SnstfLlwty"

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