The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 15, 1948 · Page 2
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 2

Canandaigua, New York
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Thursday, January 15, 1948
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY .MESSENGER, CANANDA1GUA, N. ¥., THURSDAY %ANJmRY 15, 1948 Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights Junior Scientists The fourth meeting of the Junior Scientists was held Jan. 8 at Rosary Society Has Social Program Junior Historians program and series of roaycauBena«g«neba«k a « ll «. r!eunatic P ains ' r scanty with smarting and bummg some" iiou't wait! Ask your druggist for Dean's 3'ills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully 3fc/ and'wm h i i meeting. The meeting was then j Mary's church hall. j turned over to Viee-presiden! Bev- .pj" ie Kev Jonn B ! prly Ingrnhar.i who called on Joyce Hamby, who proved to us that ! air exerts pressure, and Marion Depew. who showed us how to do ! casting with sulphur. Marion got i T m a o f I 8 points and Joyce got 10. Bobby Kleimjes, parish assistant, congratulated the group on the spiritual and financial success of the past year after hearing the financial report read by Miss Anne Schutz, treasurer. Refreshments were served by jicy tubes flush out poisonous waste from ; Jenkins then adjourned the meet- j Miss Isabelle O'Rourke and Mrs. ' your blood. Get Doan's Pills. ing.-Patty Gehrig, club reporter, i Jack Rise and their bands. COKNPLAXTERS UNIT The Cornplaniers unit of the Junior Historical society met Friday morning. The president called the meeting to order. The secretary gave her report and took roll call. Sandra French, Nancy Davis and Raymond Blair are on the committee for the colors of our unit and Beverly Ingraham, Jeanette Johnson and Gloria Titus are on he committee for the emblem. Then we read-a play from the December Yorker written by the Baldwinsville chapter Of the Junior Historical society. The meeting was then adjourned.-Delores Welkley. secretary. ' CHIEFS UNIT Another meeting of the ''Chiefs" took place Jan. 9. The program chairman for the following week I will he Donald Miles. One of the questions which is puzzling us is how to raise money for our treasury. A play .was suggested. A committee, composed of Adrienne Goldberg, Ann Dobbins and Barbara Hyde, was appointed to think- how we could raise money. We also want to choose our colors. James Connolly and Edward Blakeslee were appointed to work on the design. Richard Morley and Bruce Carey were appointed to work on the colors. We got .quite a bit ol" enjoyment -out of acting a play which appeared I in our magazine. "The Yorker."-Domenica Evangelistn. secretary. Church Class Aids Graham family In Purchase ol jTo Visit Rushville Movie Projector in S with UNESCO Searchlight class of the Methodist-church, in t h e January meeting Tuesday with Mrs. A r t h u r B. Simmons, 82 Gorham street, .voted-$25 toward purchase ol a new sound moving picture projector for visual education of. children and youth ol" the church. Devotions were conducted by Mrs. George Stanton. Names c/f secret pals were revealed and new names drawn for t'he year. Miss Elizabeth .Jorgensen was named chairman of the nomination committee, to report at the March meelins. Phe will he assisted by Mrs. John Stetson and Mrs. Edwin Owen. Entertainment was provided at the Hammond organ by A r t h u r Simmons, who later showed colored moving pictures taken while he was in England, Germany, Aus- | tria. Refreshments were served hy j the hostess, assisted by Miss Jorgensen, Mrs. Stetson and Mrs. Keith Armitage. The next meeting, Feb. 10, will he w i t h Mrs. | Joseph Clark. Stanley. Rl. RUSHVILLE--Dr. and Mrs. Neil H. Graham and daughter. Cynthia, and son. Malcolm, will arrive in eight months in a survey of the Rushville the last of next week to holdings of the libraries of Paris visit relatives before continuing to j for the state department. His're- their home in Montgomery, Ala., port will be published in the: educa- where he is professor of modern tional journals of this country. languages in Huntingdon College. '«'« lw° children have been at- Thev are returning from Paris, tendii.}; school m Pans during then,, " . , . . . 1 residence tliere. trance, where he has been work- ; . - lor the past TRY A MESSENGER W A N T - A D Want Ads Pay Big .Dividends New Officers of CC Class Are Seated Serve It Often for Real Stick-To -Your-Ribs Mid-Winter Meals! W e're agreed, one and all, that when it comes to savory, flavory goodness, Arpeako Pure Pork Sausage is far-and-away the favorite! But there's more than just the enjoyment that comes with the eating! Yes, Arpeako Pure Pork Sausage is a hero, when it's zero, because it's chock-full of the proteins, the minerals, the vitamins it takes to keep you hale and hearty the whole Winter through! Serve it often from now on, because this year 'round favorite is particularly -'tops" when the mercury is trying to get out the bottom of the tube! ARPEAKO PURE PORK SAUSAGE Days Fresher., Invariably i I WAKRIOR UNIT ; The Junior Historians of the \Vunier unit hue! a rr.netir.K on . .Ian. 9, called to order by James '· liufibee, our president. We are col- i letting pictures of famous New ; Yorkers. Nancy Carney is chair- i man for this project. : We enjoy reading a play written i by the Junior Historians of Baldi y/jnsville. - Their play appeared in i the .December" issue of The Yorker. ' Patty Poli~2zi is program chairman Claudius, secretary. Twenty-five members of the CC class attended a tureen supper and business meeting Tuesday at the Methodist church. Devotions were led by Mrs. Ralph D. Johnson, who spoke on race prejudice. Mrs. Stanley Wooden, retiring president, thanked the members for their cooperation and reported a balance of -S63.62 in the treasury. Mrs."-" Harold Hildebrand, new president, took over and work for the new year was discussed. Airs. Howard Dewey gave a reading on Leonardo da Vinci's famous painting, "The Last Supper." Mrs. Llovd'V. Moffett will be hostess at i i for the next "meeting.--Mary Jane i the parsonage for t h e next meet- PACKING CO., INC. ROCHESTER DIVISION, R O C M E S T E P . ru.V. CONDITION FAVORABLE ; The'condition of Howard E. Ash- J ley,; 14 Norf n -IPear.r street, who : underwent a. major operation in | Thompson hospital: Monday, is re.; ported as satisfactory. : i ' ... - - ; TONSIL OPERATION ! . Deborah- Miller, .3,_ daughter, of ! Mr. 'and Mrs..- Calvin Miller, Bris: tol road, .underwent .a tonsillec- ' to'mv. Tuesday in .Thompson, hos- · pital. .' ATTENDS PARLEY ; Miss Helen F. Dannahe, superintendent of Tohmpson hospital, ; was in Auburn yesterday to attend I a regional hospital meeting. i BIRTH RECORD ! A son, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold i James, -Holcomb, Rl, in.Thompson J hospital, : Jan. 13,' 1948. - ! , DLL AT HOME , i- ,Doris · Hpughtaling, · Saltonstall i street,.'is', confined ' 'to- her home with, chicken pox.'. ." ' . ing, Feb. 10. Gage Robson Heads Farm Bureau Board Gage Robson of Hall was elected chairman of the Ontario County Farm bureau executive committee at the organization meeting Tuesday. He succeeds Gene Fisher of Holcornb. LiOther officers include: Furman Huff : of Horieoye, vice-chairman; Ivan" Van Riper, Gorham, secretary; Maynard Johnson. Canandaigua, 4-H camp committee representative. Huff and Kenneth Carson of Stanley were also named to the Farm Bureau board, according to tural agent. A Go!den Opportunity For ND AT NORM BRIENNER'S See Norm 'Brenner ant Wear piamonds s °ld. */,, 83* 'ofrt S W, 'erf. Giri Scout News BEAVER BROWNIES Sixteen Beaver Brownies met at Scout House. 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