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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y. FRIDAY, JULY 21,1939. CORRECTION Sanka or Kaffee Hag Through a typographical error the price of Sanka Coffee and Kaffee Hag was misquoted in the M. B. Super Market Advertisement in Yesterday's Issue of The Daily Messenger, and Should Have Read As Above. Lime Juice IDEAL TO QUENCH SUMMER THIRST Rose's Imported Lime Juice Martini Rossi Italian Vermouth Trial's Imported French Grenadine Cantrell Cochrane's Imported Ginger Ale Virginia Dare Sherry Seasoning Welch's Grape Juice--Premier Grape Juice Widmer's Grape Juice--Billy Baxter Club Soda Salada Tea... l /2 Ib. Pkg. Orange Pekoe, 39c Mixed.. 37c Green.. 35c MURRAY BROS. Canandaigua, N. Y. 168 So. Main Street Rushville Grangers Hear Potter Pastor RUSHVILLE -- The annual out- of-doors meeting of Rushvillc Grange was held Tuesday evening at the home of Merrill E. Smith. The Rev. O. J. Sleverson, pastor of the Potter Methodist Church gave the address. Kushvillc Briefs Miss John W. Hobart underwent a major operation at Memorial Hospital, Canandaigua, Tuesday. Mrs. Stella Conway, who has been .slaying with Mrs. Frances Eggleston for several weeks while recovering from an illness has returned to. her own apartment in Mrs. Mary Wai- bridge's home. She will board with Mr. e . Walbridge for the present. The third pair of twin calves since ! April has just been born at Howard Tuttle's farm. All were fine animals. Mrs, Murray Gage has been confined to her bed by illness for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Allen and three children and Mrs. Charles Mattison of Dundee were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mattison. Other visitors at the Mattison home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keech and son of Geneva, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lamphier and son of Bluff Point, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harrison and son Robert of Hall visited Mr. and i Mrs. George Windnagle Sunday,' i and called at the home of her bro- j ther, George Reddout. Miss Thelma Eggleston is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edward Bird of Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bordwell of Middlesex will entertain the Hobart family reunion, July 27. · Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Hicks and sons, Gilbert and Norman, and daughters, Christel and Annaline. of Morrisville, visited friends here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Fitch of Rochester visited their parents here ever the weekend. Her moth?r, Mrs. F. O. Twitchell, accompanied them home for a few days. Miss Rose Holton is visiting Miss Hazel Smith in Geneseo. Mrs. Nina Mallory is the guest of relatives in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fritts. Mrs. Alice Weeks and daughter, Betty and Mi'- and Mrs. Herman Fritts 1 of Darien and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fritts and Mrs. Walter Osborne of Hartford, conn., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Churches of Vicinity Give Sunday Service Schedules Rufevillfl Congregational -- The Rev. Harold W. MacGilvray, pastor: morning services. 11:45; "Our Love for Christ;" Sunday School, 10:45. Methodist--The Rev. Robert A. Pan/cr, pastor; mornir'B services. 10:45; "I Sat Where They Sat; "Sunday School. 11:50; Junior League, 5; Intermediate League, 6; Senior St! Mary's -- The Rev. Edward Ball, rector; mass. 10. Hopcwcti Methodist -- The Rev. Donnld D Cronk, pastor; morning sc.-vices 11:15 (EST). Friends -- The Rev. Charles A. Lf.mpman, pastor; morning services, 11; Sunday School, 10; Young People's Society, 7:30, at parsonage. St. John's Evangelical--Lutheran --The Rev. L. G. Leonard, pastor; morning service, 10; Sunday School 11:15. Cheshire Community--Daniel Apra, student pastor; morning service, 10:30; the Rev. Ralph D. Ross, speaker; Sunday School, 11:30. Fhelps Baptist--The Rev. Harry M. Shep- son, pastor; morning services, 11; Bible School, 12: Christian Endeavor, 6:30; evening worship, 7:30. Methodist--The Rev. Clyde Rose- cently entertained at dinner her school friend, Mrs. John Barrett, Vv'ith Mr. Barrett and their son, Robert, of West Henrietta, who are spending the Summer at the H. B. Mack cottage, Vine Valley. I crans, pastor; morning service, 11; I Sunday School, 10; Leagues, 6:30; evening service, 7:30. Presbyterian --· The Rev. Charles II. Dayton, pastor; morning services, 11; Bible School, 12; Christian Endeavor, 7. St. John's Episcopal--The Rev. John Wootton. of Clifton Swings rector; morning services, 9:30. tfiapln Methodist--The Rev. Stephen B. Pratt, pastor; morning services, 11; Sunday School, 10:15; Young People, 3. Bristol Springs Free Church--The Rev. D. M. Ratcliff, pastor; morning services, 9:45; Sunday School. 10^45. Bristol Center Methodist -- The Rev. Lewis F. Ovenshire, pastor; morning services 10:30 (EST); Sunday School. 5:30. Honeoye Congregational -- The Rev. J. E Hayes, pastor; morning service. 10:45; Junior Church, Jl:15; Bible School, 12; Wednesday, choir practice, 7:30, with Mrs. B. H. Francis St. Mary's Catholic -- The Rev. E. F. Magee, rector: mass, 10. Allen's Hill Methodist--The Rev. W. H. Edmunds, pastor; morning worship, 11 (EST): "Hunger and Thirst for God;" Sunday School. 10. Flint Methodist^-The Rev. Chester Zogg, pastor; morning services, 11. (E3T); Sunday School, 10; "Two Gardens." West Bloomfield St. Bridget's--The -Rev. George W Doud, pastor; mass, 8, (EST). Gorham Methodist-The Rev. Frederick T. Maleys Market Free Delivery Phone 871 FRESH DRESSED FOWLS and BROILERS 25 C LB. SALT PORK lOc oound Lean Gala HAMS 6 Ib. avg., ISc Ib. | Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vanocker and two daughters of Perry recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pomeroy. Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther Holton and two children of Flushing, L. I. will come Saturday to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Holton. where the children, Phyllis and William, will remain for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Holton will return to Flushing Sunday. Mrs. Ruby Boardman Blanchon and stepdaughter, Jeannette Blanchon, who recently came from Paris, France to Lexington, Va., to make their home, are guests of Mrs. Blanchon's cousin, Mrs. William C. Holbrook. The two women have Crumley, pastor; morning services, 10.45; Sunday School, following. Presbyterian -- The Rev. H. W. MacGilvray, pastor; morning service, 9:30; Sunday School,. 11; Christian Endeavor, 6:30. Baptist -- The *ev. Thomas Packard, pastor; morning services. ; ^ 10:30; Sunday School following; B. Y. P. U. meeting, 6:30. Number Nine -- The Rev. John Boyce, pastor; morning services, 9:30; Sunday School, following. Reed Corners Federated--Forrest Fordham, student pastor; morning service, 9:30 Naples Church Slates Picnic Next Thursday NAPLES -- The annual Sunday School picnic of the Presbyterian Church will be held Thursday at Stoney Brook Park. Vacation church school will begin next Monday morning, at 9 I o'clock. Three divisions will be made j for the group, according to age. To Build New Home The home of Michael Rouland, fire chief, which was mostly destroyed by fire, recently, is being torn down, and it is reported a bungalow will be built on the site. To Appear in Exhibition The Naples High School Band has been selected to participate in a New York State school band and drum corps marching exhibit, to be held at the State Fair in Syracuse. Sept. 1. School Work Progresses Work onl the v second floor of the new Central -School building, was begun this week. It is expected the structure t will be roofed in by September 10^ Discuss Fair Plans Officials of the Naples Fair Association are working on plans for the exhibition to be held for three days and nights, beginning Aug. 31. Naples Briefs Mrs. Bradford Miller of Peoria, 111., is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Weatherlow for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meuer and two sons of Buffalo are spending a few weeks at the Pottle homestead here. Mrs. Clifford Friend of Hornell and Mrs. Theodore Capron and son, Theodore, Jr., of Wayland are guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Jenkins and two sons, and Mrs. Lula Cornish are spending the week in Glenn Falls, the guest of Mr. Jenkins's mother. Mrs. Sarah Fried is very ill in her home on Cross Street. Her daughter. Mrs. Clara Fisher, of Rochester, is with her. Miss Caroline Housel who has been in Washington, D. C., and Canandaigua, for several months has returned to Naples. Mr. and Mrs. William Oakley and son. of Trenton. N. J.. are guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oakley and Mr. and DtCil gUCoL-o Ui J.VJL* · tuiiA A.J*.**J. » » *» i .nuij.jiuurv. J.A", u»rw ** v **.*«** ---· · -- liam Zavitz and spent the evening j nev er seen each other as Mrs. Blan- i chon's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur I ,, orninR Boardman, took her to France when' " " b she was a small child. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Zavitz and son Jack of Pavilion recently visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Zav- ;vj.i. «^« ^^- ··-- ·· itz and Jack remained with his and daughters. March and Lot;.- j grandparents for a week or two. and son. Ralph of Holley. recently j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Osman of visited her sister. Mrs. F. J. Blod-j Bellefont. Pa., are spending a week gett. The children remained here j w ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. for the week. ' | John A. Lafler. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Powell of ] Miss Florence Vanderpool of Al- visiting Mrs. Grace with Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Blodsett. Mrs. Anna Headley. Miss Leah Headley and M. C. Headley and Mr. and Mrs. James G. Blodgett returned to Gentmdawah cottage, Mondav to stay three weeks. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ward Stockham ARMOUR STAR Lamb 24- HALF OR WHOLE Arpeako Chunk Bacon 20c Ib.; sliced 25c Ib. Parboiled HOTS 25c pound CUT FROM. SELECT BEEF Sirloin Steak . . 35 C ib Roast Beef Roast Beef Shoulder p r Roast Beer 16c- 28c Ib. 28c ib. 22c Ib. Pork Lean Pork- Pig Pork LOINS . . 20clb. 3 TO 5 POUND AVERAGE BUTTS . . . 20c Ib. 5 TO 6 POUND AVERAGE SHOULDERS . . 16c Ib. Pure Pork SAUSAGE I Large Lean Center Cut l(k pound I PORK CHOPS 25c jk VEAL . . X3C Ib. Rochester have been guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H Green. Mrs. Green returned home -with- them. . - - - - - - . . - . . Miss Mary B. Furner received a call Sunday from two of her former associates at Newark. N. Y.. Miss Ma".de Bailey and Mrs. Lewellyn. Miss Hazel Bowker of Lysander. and Miss Eleanor Bowker of New York are visiting their brothers, Hubert and Harold Bowker and their families. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Blodgett re- HOME DRESSED Tendered ff AILfft smoked HAm» bion is Schneppe for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Narrow and thre visited her sister, Mrs. A. N. Twitchell, over Sunday.- Wilbur Narrow remained here with his aunt for a week or two. Other Sunday visitors at the Twitchell home were Fred Shafer and daughter Vivian; and Miss Mabel Twitchell of Brockport, Miss Genevieve Holland and her father of Geneva and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Twitchell, of Ontario. (EST); "Keep Moving;" Church School, 10:30; Young People, 7:30. E. BloOmfteld-HOlcorob St. Peter's Episcopal--The Rev. Charles B. Persell, of Avon, rector; services, 9; Children's Church, 10. Methodist -- The Rev. W. H. Ed- r.iunds. pastor: morning service 10:45; "Hunger and Thirst for God;" Sunday School, 10; Children's Church. 11:15. Congregational--The Rev. W. Heber O'Hara. pastor: morning service. 10:45; Wendali Bailey, speaker; Junior Church. 11:20; Sunday School, 12. St. Bridget's--The Rev. Georee W. Doud. rector; masses 7 and 9 (EST). Naples Presbyterian -- The Rev. Mrs. Jacob Cano. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bayford and daughter, Miss Maude Bayford. formerly of Naples, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Smith. Misses Nina Hewitt, Hyacinth King, Beatrice King, and Miss Lucy \ Chafel, are spending a week at j Eagle's Bay. ! Mrs. Grace Covert of Bristol j Springs, is caring for Charles; Woodard, who is ill in his home j here. i J . it-MJUrtlw . » Irv- younger children of Potsdam j ing^raden, pastor : morning services, 10:45. Baptist--The Rev. D. M. Ratcliff, pastor; morning services, 11; Bible School. 12. Methodist--The Rev. John H. Sandemeyer, pastor; morning services, 11; Church School, 10. Gospel Tabernacle -- Lawrence Wigden, pastor; services. 3; evening service, 7:30. Cottage Cltf United Church, Dist. No. 3--The Rev. John J. Scarberry, pastor; morning services, 10; Sunday School, 11; Christian Endeavor, 4; cottage prayer service, Tuesday. 7:30; Ladies' Guild. Wednesday, 2 ^^^ Stanley DREAM P*^ St. Theresa's Catholic -- The Rev. Edward K. Ball, rector; mass. STEAKS M.OTIIEK YOU'RE THE OXE . . . Your family depends on to selecl the wholesome bcdy-buildin^ meal they need --Take advantage of our controlled quality and savings- Worth Reaching For RIB R W. Corn Flakes large, 2 for 15c R W. Milk, tall cans 3 for 23c Our Value Salad Dressing qt, jar 2»c Post Toasties--balloon free 2 for 13c White House Coffee __ Ib. 22c Brimfull Tomato Juice _ _ _ 3 large cans 2;c Wheat Pops ~ - f Whcatics ... - P^- 1J C Kraft Cheese 2 Ib. box 49c Dill Pickles !*· J» r l ' c Armour's Pork and Beans _ _ _ _ _ 2 large cans 19c HOME GROWN CORN Wax and Green Beans Ib. 5c SQUASH - 2 for 9c CABBAGE head f Beets and Carrots 2 bunches 9c California Oranges doz. W, Florida Oranges -- dcz. 29c Cantaloupe, large, ripe 2 for I9c HOME GROWN 7 BERRIES Lamb Chops 28 Stew Lamb IZclb Rnllrd Picnic Hams 25c Ib. Ready To Eal Boned Picnic Hams 29c Ib. i 10. Methodist--The Rev. Frederick T. Crumley, pastor; morning services, 9:30; Sunday School following. ; Seneca Castle i Methodist--Tne Rev. Donald D. j Cronk, pastor; morning services, '10:45; Sunday School, 11:45; Ep, j worth League. 7. I Presbyterian--The Rev. B. F. But- ! |ler, pastor; morning services, 11:30; ! Sunday School, 10:30. Bristol Congregational -- The Rev. Paul ' Wright, pastor; morning services. j 10 EST); Church School at same i hour. Univcrsalist -- The Rev. Harry M. Wricht. pastor; morning services. 11- ^Sunday School, during scrvice. lonla Methodist^-The Rev. Howard V. Moses, pastor; morning sendees; 9:30. .Victor St. Patrick's Catholic -- The Rev. E. Joseph Esscr, rector; masses. C:39 and 10:30. St Johns Evangelical and Luth- jeran Church-The Rev. Howarc j Kuhnfr, pastor: services. I; Bibir Shortsvffle ROBERT T. SOHAEFER Sta.fi Correspondent SHORTSVILLE--Mrs. Anna Felte-n is spending several days in Ncv» York City as the guest 01 Mrs. Irene VanBuren, a former resident of thr: village. Mrs. Willard E. Warner. Mr. anc Mrs. Sidney I. Wheat and Mrs. Rci- lin L. Wheat, of Orleans, have besr visitors of Mrs. J. L. Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Mills anc. daughter, Ada Mae, and Mrs. Rhea Pritchett, of Delhi, Ontario. Canada are spending some time with Mr and Mrs. Edward ShefTer in Hebron Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elkins. of Pulaski and Mr. and "Mrs. Dan Elkins, of Orwell, were recent guest.-: of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Clement in Water Street, Mrs. Mary Broomfield. of High Street, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Ardeil. in Canan- caigua. for the past several days. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Jones hat; as recent guests. Mrs. Joseph Frcary Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frcary Jr.. of Detroit. Miss Loretta Brown, of Bufla'o. is spending the summer months with Mr. and Mrs. William Bro\\n :r Terrace Place. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Franzen arid son. Ward, of Irvinglon. N. J.. arc ."pending some time with The Rev. and Mrs. John T. Wriggins and daughter. Aimec. in Park Place. K.T.J. RELIEVES ATHLETE'S FOOT POISON IVY Burning -- Sweaty Aching Feet Any-- Itch S«M Pearce Pharmacy .'.*» American WireFenc^ Posts Steel and Wood ; .,.,. , - ? » Electric Fence* Fish Brewer, inc. 15 BristoS Si Phone ROGER'S MARKE1 BUFFALO ROAD . . . (NEXT TO TOOMEY'S GAS STATOCW* TENDER JU1CY Round . . 31f fit CTC A KQ Sirloin .. 34c O I tf-mO p or terhouse 38c Ib, Pot Roast Beef 18c Ibv Boneless Rolled Beef Roast 23c Ib. Lean Pork Steak 25c Ib. Shoulder Pork Roast I7c Ibv Home Dressed Eowl, 4 to 6 Ib. avg 24c Ib. Life Buoy Soap 4 bars 23c Graham Crackers, honey flavored, 2 Ib. pkg* 18c READY FOR YOU TODAY AT YOUR SUPERIORITY IN THIS NEW SPAULDING BREAD F I V E STflfl Chuck Roast Standing PRIME RIB 28; I School. 12- i First Presbyterian -- The Rev I Raymond E. Drowfield, pastor; I j.-omins worship, 10:30: You;v t : !-'ople. 6:30. First Methodist -- The R*v- Ar- khur C. Rehme, pastor; morning ] -«or«riip. W: Junior Church. 11: Church School. 13: evening scrvic* 7:30. Tender, BEEF STEAK 23 Good Meaty Cuts __ 17c Ib. Manchester MISS MARY RYAN Staff Oon-Mponfent HOME DRESSED VEAL P«nrtps? Rolled . . . 22f Ib. !.·£ Rcasl 25f Ib- Rnasl -Zr Ib. FRESH DR. PORK FVrtt thops ZSt Ib. Pork Koasl 17f Ib. Hams . . . ~Z5f Ib, THE PEREGO MARKET "ALWAYS FOR THE BEST " BEEF SPECIALS . . Fines. Quality CHUCK or POT ROAST C Ib PLATE BEEF 12 C V) HAMBURG Lean.. Meaty 20 lib nuufiiues 27* I Arneako "^ 30 SrlM McM, Lean mm i Ib | flUIPflnU yVoMERS ^V Canadian BACON I!«li 28r Ib. -- Ci»b Franks. 2 Jbs. '2»f -- Bologna 16f Ib. HOME DRESSED, EXCELLENT QUALITY FOWLS AXD BROILERS Mr. and Mrs. Leo Issa have beer, entertaining their son. Edward anc his Iricnd. Moses Trcsvant Carter boUi fii Rulevilte, Miss. Hrlf-n Sc-gbcrs. Rita Boardman I HfJcn Fairchild Clair Mussulman \ Jane McNally. Estelle Randall. Man Lorraine Kinney. Nancy Kasfo P.-.-.lTri O'Harrigarj, Gcnevra W; ·- Mary Donna Ryan and Mary Rvar. : mjcycd a bus ride, swimming, .vui. i bathing, a picnic and a game of bail i at FuilneyvJlle Park on Wednesday | i Lorraine Messersmith, who is em- j {ployfd in Rochester, visited ht. . ! mother, Mrs. Frank Huffman Wod- : ! Mr.' and Mrs. Howard Vienna and ii-.mily enjoyed a steak roast at in; . home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Exton; in Palmyra on Thursday evening SALE Sf LAMB Legs 28; Stew Lamb Chops 32 Hams Witti An Old Fashiotwd Smokr. WHOLE Veal Stew 12 c n | Veal Ch'ps 25* I Rst. Veal HOME DRESSED FOWLS Broilers f Ibs. 2 If 3 Ibs. ·0 28- Port Loins 17 »JL p^J ^^^M ^W PORK CHOPS . . . 20c *. 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