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Hiram F. Sage, k Holcomb Farmer, Hit-Run Victim THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUJK, IT. If, MONDAY, JULY 24,1939. SEEKS TO SHARE' HUNTOON ESTATE PAGE f.'" 69-YearOld Man Left Roadside; Struck Late Saturday Night by State police, checking on the license number of a car believed to have been in the vicinity when Hiram Frederick Sage, 69, Holcomb farmer, who died yesterday morning in Thompson Memorial Hospital, the victim of a hit and run driver, was struck late Saturday night, are hopeful of making an arrest shortly. ';· V Sage was struck on the Holcomb- Victor road about 11:15 o'clock but he was not found until £ A. M. Sunday morning when he was re- 1 ved to the hospital, coroner A. Stetson, stating that Sage us "presumed to have been hit by V hit-run driver," said that death was due too a crushed chest, punctured lung and probable internal injuries. SUMMER BAND PLAYSJONIGHT Arvo Jacobson Guest Conductor at Program at Roseland Arvo Jacobson, of New York City, a member of the Summer Music School faculty, will be a guest member and conductor of the Canandaigua Music School band at then annual concert-by-the lake this evening at Roseland Park's lakeside stage. The first number on the program will begin immediately after the free performance of the Donatella Brothers and Carmen at 8 o'clock Miss Bette Knietsch, of Elmira. featured Ithaca College soprano, will sing several numbers as guest soloist while the remainder of the program will consist of a short program by the junior and senior bands two numbers by a mixed ; chorus, and a medley of Strauss waltzes sung by a girls' choir of eight voices. This choir will be directed by Homer N. Fiero. Jr., assisted by Fritz Aebischer and Robert Meade on violins. Both summer school bands will oe under the direction of Raymond J. Russell, sponsor of the summer school, with Mr. Jacobson as guest conductor. Gordon J. Johnson, a member oi the dramatics department at Ithaca College will announce the program through an amplifying system which was installed on the lakeside stage this afternoon. Besides Mr. Russell and Mr. Jacobson, the other members of the summer school faculty are Fnte Aebischer, vocal and instrumental instructor in the Canandaigua schools, Angel Delgado, formerly with the Mexico City Conservatory, Homer N. Fiero, Jr.. of the Ithaca College Music Department. Robert Meade. also of Ithaca, and William Gaboury of Newark. The junior band will open the program. REFILTERED CITY WATER ICE CANANDAIGUA L A K E ICE CO. U Lake St. 111 Benjamin Eckler, Holcomb, a resident near where Sage was found lying on the roadside, reported to Trooper Richard Voigt, Canandaigua patrol, that he heard a thumping sound about 11:15 o'clock, saw the lights of a car go out and then the vehicle sped away. Not realizing that a man had been struck, Eckler did not investigate. Pound About 2 O'clock Sage was found about 2 o'clock by Maurice Welch, Holcomb, who informed the state police. Voigt said that had the injured man been given medical attention immediately after he was struck, he probably would have had a chance of recovering. The trooper said that Sage had purchased tobacco at Murray's gas station about 11 o'clock Saturday night and was on his way home when he was struck. He died at 5:50 Sunday morning. Voigt said that the license number of a car believed to have been in the vicinity of the scene of the hit and run crash had been supplied to him and that state police are now checking to determine it the suspected driver was present when the accident occured. Survived By 7 Children Besides his wife, Mrs. Jennie Bolt Sage, he leaves four daughters, Mrs. Michael Lippa, of Rochester; Mrs. Attilis De Santes, of Syracuse; Mrs. Raymond Lecter, of Canandaigua, and Miss Alice Sage, of Holcomb; three sons, Charles, of Chili; John and Francis Sage, of Holcomb; three brothers, Edward, William and Sylvester Sage; one sister, Mrs. Lillian De Lano, of Rochester, and 21 grandchildren. Funeral services will be heia Wednesday at 9 o'clock (EST) from St. Bridget's Church in East Bloomfield. The Rev. Geoorge W. Doud. pastor, will celebrate mass Burial will be in East Bloomfield Ce jonn r Ambrose, Jr., is In serious condition in Thompson Memorial Hospital where he was brought yesterday afternoon after he was struck by a car at Crystal Beach, where he was living with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ambrose. The child is suffering from brush burns concussion, shock and a possible fracture of the skull. He darted across the road into the path of a car driven by C. M. Fraize. 48. of- Rushville. according to Deputy Sheriff Victor Campbell and special Deputy Paul Hoeffner, who m- Ve joSh Leon Vickery, 23, Geneva suffered back injuries when he lost control of the truck he was driving and overturned on the Hopewell- Seneca Castle road Saturday night. Lost Control of Track Vickery was driving a truck owned by the Hornell Brewing Co. when he lost control. He was taken to Thompson Memorial Hospital by a passer-by. Special Deputy Hoefl- ner investigated. Two Rochester residents were slightly injured Saturday afternoon in a head-on collision on the Rochester Road outside the city limits when cars driven by Leon J. Finks 32. and William J. Downey, both of Rochester, crashed. Mrs. Juliana Finks, 29. suffered an injury to her left hip and her daughter Juliana. 6. was hurt on the left' jaw. Sheriff Walter A. Elling and Special Deputy Calvin p. Brown investigated. Mrs. Snyder Claims She Is Aunt; Property Valued at $22,353 Claiming relationship as an aunt through the adoption by Asbrah Huntoon, grandfather of Miss Alberta Huntoon, Mrs. Etta P. Snyder opens proceedings today in Surrogate's Court before Surrogate Fred D. Cribb to share the $22,353.76 estate of Miss Huntoon with Mrs. Marie Strong Horton, an aunt, named administrator. In her affidavit, Mrs. Horton. a resident of Victor, claims that Mrs. Snyder is actually the granddaughter of Asbrah Huntoon and that her relationship to Miss Huntoon was that of second cousin. Further, she says, Mrs. Snyder was the daughter of I. C. S. Fisk and Adelphia Huntoon, a daughter of Asbrah Huntoon and that during her childhood, her parents were unable to care for her because of the large family of children and she was taken into the home of Asbrah Huntoon and reared by him. Throughput her lifetime, the affidavit continues, Mrs. Snyder until the day of her marriage, was known by the surname of "Fisk." To her knowledge, Mrs. Horton said, Mrs. Snyder was never legally adopted by Mr. Huntoon. James P. Donovan, attorney for Mrs. Horton, stated in his deposition that he found no mention of Mrs. Snyder in the Huntoon Bible. He said he also examined records of adoption in the office of the Ontario County Clerk, finding no record of the adoption. Upon examination of the will of Asbrah Huntoon, he stated the will described Mrs. Snyder as a "granddaughter." Joseph Haney, Lyons, is attorney for Mrs. Snyder. Locals Mrs. Anna Saum and son, Prank, and daughter, Miss Theresa Saum, of Fairfield, Conn., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Anderson and family, of this city, at their Summer home in Washburn's Grove, East Lake shore. Miss Doris Saum, who was one of the counselors at the Girl Scout camp and had been the guest oi Cars Washed $ 1 . 0 0 SINCLAIR, SERVICE STATION JOHN C. HCX, H*r. Swill Mmta Mi The Science Of Optometry Is Practiced Wilh Skill and Exactness EVES EXAMINED Glasses rifled «· thai ym can see to rea* wHh*nl effort^ -- 4rive y*w ww with pfetisiwi -- *· wvrk with plwwwf. YOU ARE INVITED TO SEE US CMrteOTS Treattneiil T# AH REPAIRING fttwken Lewes D*p«ic*«e* A.W.Gilbert 71 S*. 81-- tat FtMW WRC Federation Holds Outing at Roseland Eighty members and guests of the Genesee Valley Federation. Woman's Relief Corps. GAR. picnicked Saturday afternoon at Roseland Park, dinner followed by a program of games and sports. Miss Mae Hughes, of Rochester, past department president, was among those participating from Canandaigua. Geneva. Geneseo. Penn Yan. Clifton Springs, Brockport and Rochester. Dinner was served by a committee headed by Mrs. Philip Brockelbank. president of the Canandai- corps. Prizes lor games and sports went to Mrs. May Dooley of Avon; Mrs. Harold Delaney *nd Mrs. Ella Patterron. of Geneva; Mrs. Lucy Jones, of Clifton Springs; Howard Irwin. of Brockport: Mrs. Mortis Brown and Mrs. Floyd H. Baicr. of Canandaigua. The regular Fall meeting of the federation will be in Brockport, in October. VISIT PARENTS Mrs. Mervi] G. Btssette and son. Paul, and daughter, Evelyn Anne. of Adams Center, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy H- levy and Mrs. BasseMe's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlies Knapp. 56 Bristol Street for .several days. Mrs. Levy entertained several oi their friends from Rochester Friday at luncheon, including former classman* Irom the University of Rochester. Mr. Bassetle was a weekend finest, his family returning with him Sunday. Miss Martha Anderson the week, returned with them. past Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DuBois. of Detroit, were weekend guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Eugene M. Chapman, North Main Street. They were en route home from a vacation trip to their former home in Jersey City, where Mr. DuBois was a classmate of Mr. Chapman in Lincoln High School. Miss Barbara Whipple, of Rochester, was the weekend guest of Miss Jean Benham, who is spending some time with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Benham, of I Rohcester. on the lake shore. Model Kitchen at Congress Wives of New York state poultry- men and other consumers who visit the World's Poultry Congress at Cleveland, July 28 to August 7, will see four modern kitchens, enclosed in glass, where food preparation will be shown under ideal conditions. In these transparent kitchens, trained home economics workers will show the various ways to cook eggs and poultry according to recipes assembled from around the world. This particular unit is known ss the "Temple of Taste." A carving contest has been arranged, open only to bridegrooms of less than one month's standing. Ladies who rate high in the egg menu contest will be asked to work out their menus in the transparent kitchens, open daily from 10 o'clock in the morning until 10 at night during the 11 days of the congress. Every housewife who attends, it is said, may learn and get scores of new recipes, and to see how they are used. Dances and music of foreign lands, style shows, motion pictures, and other features have been arranged. Forty - five women representing different nationalities will serve as hostesses on the consumer program. Italian Families Hold Outing at Glen Camp About 400 members of Italian families in Canandaigua and vicinity, composed of the Regina Elena Club and Sons of Italy and their friends, held an all-day outing yesterday at Glen Camp on the Lafayette Highway. A picnic dinner, speaking, games and music by Johnny Jacobs and his orchestra made up the program. Speakers were Romeo Mardi, of Rochester, announcer on the Giois radio program; Sesto Vecchi, Peter Sehalabba, Frank Cutri and Miss Felicia Panzarella, all of this city. Louis Vecchi was toastmaster. Prizes for games went to the following: Francis Robert Genecco, Mrs. J. Misici, Frank Muscato, Joe Vitalone, Yolanda DeRosa and Mrs. Leo Genecco. Amusements City Police, Troopers And Deputies Arrest 1 For Traffic Violation DAVIS FAMILY HOLDS REUNION Lot Davis President; Other Groups Conduct Annual Outings Dsecendants of Gates and Harriet Jones Davis, numbering about 40, gathered in reunion Saturday at Stone Haven, Summer home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kingsbury in Parrish Street. First of the reunions, of which about 40 have been held, was conducted about 53 years ago. A picnic dinner was followed by the business meeting and fames, including quoits, croquet and table tennis. President Stuart Evans, of Rochester, read the annual reports and short talks were given by Irving Day, of Chevy Chase, Md., Corydon Kingsbury, of Lowville, and Dr. R. C. Gibbs, of Ithaca. _ A letter was ("Arrests" by "Trooper "Richard' Voigt Canandaigua patrol were: George V, Smith. Jamestown, failure to -possess a time card, fined $3 by Justice of the Peace Elias J. Gooding, Hopewell; Warren R. Cole, Cold- Eighteen arrests for traffic violations were made over the weekend by city police, state police and sheriff's deputies. Crosby LaMont, Penn Yan. arrested by Patrolman R. B. Tiffany on Lake Street for speeding, was fined $10 by Acting City Judge James P. Donovan. Forfeiting bail of $10 each for speeding were: Solomon Geller, Detroit, arrested by Tiffany on West Avenue; William Wire, North Tonawanda, arrested by Tiffany on West Avenue; Charles Snell, St. Thomas, Canada, and Burton White, Rochester, arrested by Pa- Howes on North Main Street. Brooklyn Woman Fined For Theft of Blanket Marie Rinaldi, Brooklyn, pleaded guilty to the theft of a blanket valued at $5 and was fined yesterday by Justice of the Peace John H. O'Brien for petty larceny. She was arrested by Corp. George Cowburn and Trooper Richard Camp, Canandaigua patrol, after a report of the theft of the blanket from a cabin in Seneca Falls owned by Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson. v;as forwarded by the Waterloo substation of the State Police. Corp. Cowburn and Trooper Camp halted the car in which she, with several others, was riding and found the blanket in a suit case. Sluggers Whip Golden Arrows in Double Bill Five new songs by Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer, all of them potential hits, "Naughty but are introduced in Nice,'' the Warner Miss Florence North Avenue, has Weidrick, of returned after spending a month at the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McHale in Rochester, on the lake shore. Mr. and Mrs. Belmont Parshall and Miss Beatrice Parshall, of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Burge, of Rochester, have returned from a 1.600-mile motor trip up the Maine coast and an ocean trip. They spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ingham at their camp on Half Moon Lake in New Hampshire, and returned home through Satem. Boston and Amherst. Mass.. where they visited George L. Jones, a former Canan- daiguan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. VanGorder and daughter. Marceline, ot Rochester, are occupying the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Anderson, North Main Street, for the remainder of the Summer. Mrs. James McHale has returned to her home in North Avenue after spending a month at the home of her son. Eugene. McHale, in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Farlane. Gibson William J. Mac- Stxeet. turned to their Summer have re- home in Washburn's Grove. East Lake shore, after a week's sojourn at West Dennis Beach, Cape Cod. Mass. Miss Josephine McPadden. of Perry Place, has been the guest of Miss Jean MacFarlane during their absence. The Rev. and Mrs. John A. O3- schcwskc. of Attica, who have been visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Olsehewske. in Scotland Doad. left this morning lo spend the re* mainder of their vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis of Geneva, at their cottage on the East shore of Seneca Lake. Miss Louise Olsehewske. of this city, will b? their guest over the coming weekend. City Clerk and Mrs. Guy M. Raines and family, of Chapin Street, and Miss Barbara I/own of Bristol Street, are spending some time at Thendara, Bast Lake shore. Bros, comedy featuring Ann Sheridan. Gale Page and Dick Powell which opens Tuesday at The Playhouse. Three of the new songs are sung as solos by Miss Sheridan, whose singing voice has been heard occasionally in previous pictures but who has never before been given as fine an opportunity to demonstrate her talents as a songstress as she is given in "Naughty but Nice." Gale Page, who has never before j sung in pictures but was a radio songstress before becoming a film actress, is given the opportunity to introduce "In a Moment of Weakness, a hauntingly beautiful melody, and in singing the refrain she is joined by Miss Sheridan. Powell sings "I'm Happy About the Whole Thing.'' and in this his voice is joined by that of Miss Page. Cook Pupils to Give Recital on Tuesday On the program for a Beethoven recital in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Aiken. the former E. W. Simmons residence in HoweM Street, tomorrow evening at 8:30 o'clock will be the following older pupils of Miss Orline S. Cook: Misses Mar- I The Sluggers took a doubleheader ' from the Golden Arrows softball ten at Sonnenberg Field this morning, chalking up victories of 12-5 and 11-8. Charley Rowland, with two home runs, featured the heavy hitting of the Sluggers. Bob Boyle, Ed Lomber and Sherwood Pierce also garnered a number of hits. Umpires were Bill Cobbeth and Charlie Henderson, Jr., with Dick Abraham as scorekeeper. Marriages jorie Lawrence. Martha Dwyer, Gloria Baldwin, Marion Davis, Mildred Jones, Dorothy Cowan, Francis Brockmyre. Patricia Marshall and Pauline Abbey. James Corbiey and John R. Savage. In addition, a trio of girls. Misses Virginia Poole. Alice Cuddeback and Patricia Marshall, will sing Scott's "Jewels of the Madonna." and Arthur Wyman. baritone, will read from Miss Nellie Davis, of this city, bringing greetings from cousins in California, where she is spending the Summer. ^ewly elected officers are: President, Lot Davis, and secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Warren Davis, both of Canandaigua. It was voted to hold the 1940 reunion next July at Stone Haven. Among those in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Day and two children, of Chevy Chase, Md.; Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Gibbs and Miss Elinor Gibbs of Ithaca; Mr. and Mrs. Corydon Kingsbury, of Lowville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tutton and three children, of Kenmore; Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Davis, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, of Cohocton, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, of Chili, with others from Canandaigua and vicinity. Dewey Reunion Annual reunion of descendants of Willoughby Z. and Alice Longstaff Dewey was held Sunday on the beach at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Dewey, East Lake road, with 40 present from Rochester, Chapin, Gorham and Canandaigua. After a picnic dinner at noon, Ernest Dewey, of Chapin, was elected president; Robert Dewey, Canandaigua, vice-president, and Miss Helen E. Dewey, Canandaigua, secretary and treasurer. It was voted to hold the 1940 reunion the last Sunday in July. Games and sports provided amusement.,, in jsharge of George and Edward Grange Official,Hits Agricultural Rulings WASHINGTON iff) -- Fred Brenckman, legislative representative the National Grange, told the Senate Labor committee today the National Labor Board was, "flouting the clear intent of Congress" in its rulings pertaining to agriculture. "By usurping jurisdiction over various cases in which agriculture labor is involved," he said, "the National Labor Relations Board has in effect nullified the exemption granted by Congress." Brenckman urged enactment of legislation to exempt specifically from the labor act "twilight zone 7 '' workers employed in local handling and processing of farm products. Vance-Gracey Reunion Members of the Vance-Gracey families will hold their annual reunion Sunday at the William Van Orman farm on the Newark-Phelps road. Dinner will be served at noon, in general charge of Mrs. James Turner, of Newark. On the sports committee are William Chamberlain and Lewis Vance, president,, both of Rochester. Churches Realty Transfers Orville G. Guenther, Rochester, to Ola A. Flatt, Henrietta, property in Richmond. Elizabeth Leonard, Shortsville, to Robert Leonard and wife, same village, property in Manchester. Thomas Hartshorn and wife, Clifton Springs, to Thomas Arthur and Emma Hartshorn, same village, property in Manchester. - _ ._-.·· -Flora J. deGraw, Clifton Springs, to May Edwards, same village, property in Cliftoon Springs. Clara Deane, Rochester,, to May Edwards and Flora J. deGraw, Clifton Springs, property in Clifton Springs. Bickfe--Ingraham Announcement is made of the marriage of Mrs. Mollie Valentine | Bickle and Lester W. Ingraham, tooth of this city. The wedding took place Saturday evening in St. ·John's Episcopal rectory, the Rev. Eugene M. Chapman officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Judson Ingraham, of this city, were attendants. Methodist Wednesday -- Midweek 7:30. service, GUESTS OF CLASSMATES Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Higaki. of Honolulu. Hawaii, are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hall in Cheshire, enroute from New York to San Francisco, from which port they will sail Aug. 17. Mr. Higaki was a classmate of Mr. Hall at 7:3 g Cornell University, graduating in 'Wednesday 1928. Mrs. Higaki has been studying | jTM Ied bv and was awarded her master's degree from Columbia University. They visited the New York World's Fair and also will attend the Golden Gate Exposition in San Francisco. St. Mary's Catholic Monday -- Perpetual novena, followed by Benediction, 7:30. Tuesday -- Feast of St. James; masses, 7 and 8; C. D. of A. picnic at Sisson's, Lake Street, 6:30; Columbian Squrte^. in'JfC. of C. Hall, 7:30 Wednesday -- Feast of St. Anni" masses, 7 and 8.; Westeyan Methodist Monday -- Bible study, with Melvin Burchard, Manchester. 7:30. Tuesday -- Cottage prayer meeting, with Jack Enright, Palmyra, Foreign Groups Stir Terrorist Bombings LONDON (JP) -- Home Secretary Sir Samuel Hoaxe announced in Commons today that the government had "reliable information" that Terrorist activities of the Irish Republican army were being "actively stimulated by foreign organizations." He made his statement in moving the second reading of emergency legislation to hely crush activities which have resulted in scores of I bombings in various parts of England. water, speeding on Turnpike, fined $6 by Justice of t! Peace Ward Moore, Hopewcll. OH r Other AiraU by Edward S. Witfker, rt reckless driving, passings posted tersection on Buffalo Road at rate of speed, fined $10 by J of the Peace W. W. Bumham, Bloomfield; William / Galesburg, II!., speeding- falo Road, fined $3 by Jusflw-«f-the Peace Prank Nudd, East Bloomfleld. Charles Simpson. Jr., Qfifgta, no lights, fined $10 by Justlc^lttore; Charles H. Ballard, C ~~~"" RD 3, improper lights, 'ft Justice Moore; Edith Geneva, failure to observe stop'sign on Bean's Hill, fined $5 by Justice of the Peace W. P. Fordan, Geneva. Julius Zimmerman, wgicuse, speeding on Canandaigua Turnpike, fined $10 by Justice Moore; Edwin P: Knoll, Kalamazoo, Mich., speeding on Canandaigua Turnpike, fined $5 by Justice Moore; Kene R. La- Brun, Waterloo, using juniir's license illegally after 7 P..M., fined $3 by Justice Moore. ; Speeder Fined $3" t*i Lindsay Stevens, SmitnflWlfe Me., arrested by Corp. George Coburn and Trooper Earl Tuttle....fafespeed- ing on the Canandaigua' XMhpike, ·was fined $3 by Justice Mobfe; Isadore Cohen, New York, anfawl by Coburn and Tuttle for failure to possess a time sheet, was fined $5 by Justice Moore. William L. Riley, BochSster;^ arrested by Special Deputy Calvin P. Brown on a charge of reckless driving, pleaded not guilty^' raignment before Justice Peace Byron C. Blazey, Vksfiw 1 , and was released on $10 bail, pending a hearing July 26. He is acctiSbd of cutting in and out of traffic??,' Gordon Macumber, 36, DfinsVille, was arrested by Deputy ;8h.ertil James L. Locke and Specialpeputy Brown, on charges of opentK a vehicle when his license iwl revoked and of driving with an-overcrowded front seat. He was Uned $10 by Justice of the Peace Herman .Wood, Richmond, ·£$£· the license charge, and a fine of $3" on the overcrowding charge was""suspended. Manager Wanted. S«* Wanted Advt. Today. : Anvt. The Morning AfterUM Carters Little LivcrPfli sing Beethoven's That Sepulchral composition. Darkness." In Mr Coribey will accompany the singers. The program is open to all relatives and friends and others interested. What's Doing The Ptoyl "Tattan Finds a Son." 6 and 8 P. M. tend Parti -- Summer school band concert, 8:30 P. M.; special attractions, 8 and 1030 P. M. Today's temperatures: 8 A. M 11 A. M 2 P. M 74 76 78 Sim sets today 8:»; rises tomorrow 5:45; sets tomorrow «:2«; moon first quarter, full, July 31. GUILD DELEGATES Ruth Henry, Jeanne Adams, Ramona Cole and Emma Jane BijTtev arc delegates Irom the local i World Wide Guild of the Baptist j Church lo the annual houseparty of the organization at Keiaka College this week. Kama -- Exchange Club, 12.15 P. M. Th* PtaytiMBe -- "Naughty But Nice," and "Society Lawyer," 2. 4, 7 and 9 P. M. ft«*tan4 -- Special attractions, 8 and 10.30 P. M.: tri-unit Home Bureau picnic. 630.; Future Fanners' picnic, 630 P. M. Sfemns, Lake St. -- C. D. of A. 1 picnic, 6 JO P. M. I Tile CattanfeiK** -- BeU Sigma 1 Phi sorority, * P. M. K, of C. Hall--Columbian Squires. Z P.M. Grange mn-- R, N A.. 8 P. M. TO BUILD NEW HOME Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Adams, of Gibson Street, have purchased from Mrs. Florence Haycock a lot in Parrish street from the former Burbank estate. They plan to erect a permanent home in the near future. ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brahm entertained 14 guests at a birthday dinner at their home on the Emerson road Sunday in observance of the first birthday anniversary of their daughter. Marilyn Ann. LEAVES HOSPITAL Mary Jane Breen has returned to her home in Park Street from Thompson Memorial Hospital. where she has been ill of pneumonia. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Beatrice A. "Paterson, who ha been ill in Thompson Memorial Hospital, has returned to her home in Washington Street. TO HOLD PICNIC Canandaigua Day and Evminr Units and the East Lake Road Unit ol the Home Bureau, will picnic to morrow at 6:30 at Roscland Part: In case cf rain the outing will to 1 postponed. N*A MEETS TOMORROW Canandaigua Camp, Royal Neighbors oi America, will meet in Grange Hall tomorrow evening at 8 R«cheser R*a4 Unit Members of the Rochester Road Sewing Society with their families will picnic at Roseland Park Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Miss Cora King is chairman of the committee on arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Stuart Purdy and Mrs. Once J. Oreen. BIRTH RECORD A daughter, to Mr. and Mrs George Lilian. Gotham Strt?et in Thompson Memorial Hospital, July 23. A son. to Mr. Rfdfcrn, South and Mr?. Georgr Main Street, in Thompson Memorial Hospital, July HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. Elwin Brown and infant daughter have returned to their home in Shortsville from Thompson Memorial Hospital. 23. A son. to Mr. and Mrs. Richardson. Holcomb. R. D. 1. COULD FET THIS RATTLER KANSAS CITY, Mo. W -- Frank Newstvn just about stepped apon a Claude ! rattlesnake out in Callaway County in j but the snake couldn't do anything __________ , ...... ______ . . . Thompson Memorial Hospital July about it. His month was filled ». J * *|uirrel he was trying to swallow. Children's meet- George Huling, 7; ATTEND TOWNSEND RALLY Canandaigua Townsend C l u b members attended a rally of clubs in the 36th District yesterday at Seneca Park. Geneva. After a picnic dinner, there was a.speaking ^program, when John Weirr of~Caltfor- nia, spoke on "The Trail Blazers." Harry Elliott, of Boston, national representative from New England and New York, was present. The lo- j , ub will meet young people's meeting, led b y j .7 M o r r «- ] ^; al tlUU W J J i iU\,\+U W * M V * « « Halsey Smith. 7:30: prayer meet- Q Hal , ing, in charge of the Rev. Stanley Lawrence, 8. Thursday -- Bible study, with Mancil Foster. Cheshire, 7:30: review of second chapter of Revelations. Friday -- Prayer meeting, with Mr. and Mrs. James Cade. Chapin road. 7:30. Saturday--Street meeting. Chapin Street, 8:50. MvmoB Thursday --Mutual Improvement Association. Ontario County Trust Building. 7:30. Christian Science Wednesday --Midweek service 8. n j g ht at F«H Friday -- Bible " Assembly study. 7:30, in charge "of the Rev. R. C Bramer. pastor. Salratkm Army Wednesday --Band of Love, 3:30; Sunbeams. 4: Boys" Club. 4: Home U-agwe, 7:30. Thursday -- Girl Guards. 4; band practice. 7. Friday -- Corp Cadets Class. 7: holiness meeting, 8. STUNG BY BULLET , NEW ORLEANS tiP) -- Henry Bourgeois. 51-year-old Gramercy, La., farmer, thought he was stung by a bee while sitting in a municipal park. When the spot on his head began to swell he hailed a cab. went to Charity hospital. Physicians said 3C-ray examination showed a .32 caliber bullet undtr his scalp- Apparently the bullet had spent its force. It was removed and Bourgeois went back to his farm. Massey-Harrisi Exclusive f Sales Service- FOR ONTARIO COtmTT * * Don HowarcL ESPIONAGE INCREASES WASHINGTON W -- J- Edgar Hoover, chief of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, reported today a sharp upswing in espionage cases under investigation. report to Attorney In his annual General Mur- TOO LATE TO Cl,ASStFV LOST-ThrfC new rugs Irom truck-two -V.-CW] aj-id out- congojeum-- Sat- phy. Hoover said the FBI had received 1.651 cases during the fiscal year ended last June 30. In the previous fiscal year the bureau investigated om? 250 cases, while in the preceding" five years cases had averaged only 35 annually. Deaths rday altomoon betwf*n Rochester and Canandaigua. Reward. Frank E. Fairfax Frank E. Fairfax. 72. prominent resident of Geneva, died yesterday in his home after a long illness. ill JI.J V/«* · **W «*ll«* "'51 *"·*- -··". - - -- ttt . «*f mm v ~-- -- -- , 4 j»J ·phone Genesee 1080-J Roches-! Born in Geneva, he was associated H - - 'with his father and brothers in the -- painting and decorating business 72 founded in 1S62. He sprat two years at Annapolis and for 10 years was a member oi the 34th Separate Com- uany non? Company B. NYNG. He UT. 47 Midvalc Terrace. FOlTRENT - 3 rm. fur. apt- Bristol St. FARMERS ATTENTION -- The David A. Platt Co- buyers ol hay and vtraw, will open a new office in Canandaigwa soon. We are in the mary-.fi for a large quantity of first cuiting alfalfa and ctover, second cutting out of the field. Temporary address, Canand*igu» Hotel. Phone 970. »·» BOOTHS ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. Trying E. Booth, of Rochester, entertained at a picinc supper Friday *t their Summer home on the West Lake sbore. was." active in various Geneva clubs and in the Methodist Church. Besides hi*, wife. Mrs. .Gladys York Fairfax, he laves four sons and a step-daughter. Funeral services will be from the family home. 137 Maxwell Avenue, tomorrow at 2:30. MEMORIALS rBRFTTUATt MtMomns 010. U MOU OUMin CO. -Plw- "Swu of Liberty" Pwptirc Cartoon Latest News Tuesday - Wednesday JMerbuffs Win Cash - En4er First

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