The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 15, 1948 · Page 16
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 16

Canandaigua, New York
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Thursday, January 15, 1948
Page 16
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PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., THURSDAY, JANUABY 15, 1ST48 AY, Vicinity Deaths GEORGE L. SFEAKER | EAST BLOOMF1ELD George! L. Speaker. 71. lifelong resident tf , East Biooinfield. died yesterday in : Thompson hospi'.al. C;inandaigua. : where he hud own a patient since It Pays to Advertise I Aug. 10 last following a cerebral .'·,e:i:(«;-i!:agv. '-. Born Aug. 13, 1KTG in this town. ', he was the son of George A. and Alvina Sheffer Speaker. He was a well-known produce buyer and area representative of the International Harvester Co. for some years, retiring about Id years age 1 . ; He was active in the Biooinfield j lodge. 1OOF. which was later ab- ' sorbed by Cananriaigua lodge, and , a member of the Methodist church; S u : ' : \ " ' ^ :"'·.' a niw and nephew. Mrs. Carl Williams, Oakfield, and David Hallock. East Bloomlield. Funeral seivices will he held here Saturday at 2:30 p. m. from ·,'! M«'ihdist church, (lie Rev. Paul Huyett officiating. .Interment will be in East Blcomfieid ceme- U'rv. MARKET FOOD VALUES Every Day when you shop at your nearest MARKET BASKET SUPER MARKET made with PHJsbury's Best Boston Peach Cream Dessert OET RECIPE IN OUR STOftl Pillsbury's Best 5 7, f c Heart's Delight PEACHES VERY FINEST MEATS Tender, Lean, 7-Rib Cut PORK LOIN ROAST Serve with N. Y. State Serve witn «. s- ai*«? ^ -SAUERKRAUT 2"" I Sugar-Cured GALAS Pure Pork SAUSAGE 4 to 6-lb. »vg. Ib. rail COTTAGE CHEESE Jl 4% iac FISH HADDOCK fillet Ib. 39£ PERCH COD fillet Ib. 33c Fancy, Beady-to-Cobk CUT-UP FOWL Economical Eating . . . LIVER and BACON l / 2 Ib. of Grade A SLICED BACON 1 Ib. of Fresh PORK LIVER TO. a Cream of the Harvest lit. jar Silver Skillet CORNED BEEF HASH -- Dutch Girl APPLE BUTTER Advertised Brands Ib. print COFFEE Regular and Drip 28-oz. jar · 21c L ?' eib: 24 Sunsvvcet · ·dr Medium It Cream of the Harvest A A n nEKUAUtt3333X M^ A ^PVd* J · « K «k PITTsP D/iTE5 T^-^P^S- ^,QC V-8 46-oz. can Blnded from Hi. Roejt Coffees (Vaiaotti Perfection J No'. 2 can* Sea Side LIMA BEANS No.' 2 20' .""v FRESH TMra AND =-- VEGETABI£S Sweet, Zipper Skin TANGERINES Fresh, Texas Broccoli 29 doz. Texas, Juicy, Seedless GRAPEFRUIT A Re«l Value 10 45 Crisp, Tender NEW CABBAGE Solid Heads Juicy, Sweet, Florida ORANGES Large Size doz. Cortland, Spy, Mclntosh APPLES 3" 29» Rockwood's Ruar WAFERS pkg. CHOCOLATE MINT WAFERS pkg. 49c KRAFT CARAMELS pkg. 33c Cream of the Harvest PIE CRUST 16 Libby's Tomato Juice 46-oz. can 28 IVORY SOAP Medium bar 11 ALL KINDS McCORMICK SPICES VEGAMATO JUICE 46-oz. cm 23c KIRKMAN BORAX SOAP bar RAGU SAUCE 2 ct^ns 231 OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 cons 19f CUT-RITE WAXED PAPER, \ Roll 23c LIFEBUOY Toilet Soap bar 11 OXYDOL Soap Powder K'steh for "O.t5-J*J Spflt" Cealcit i'.ur When CAMAY Toilet Soap 2, bar, 21C DUZ SWERL SPIC SPAN Rushville Church Gives Annual Report RUSHVILLE -Reports at the 1-lGth annual meeting of the Rusli- \ille Congregational church and society showed the church with no indebtedness anti w i t h balances left in all department treasuries. Following a tureen supper at fi:30 p. m. in the social room yesterday the meeting was called to order by church clerk, Mrs. Clark Johnson. Robert E. Moody was elected moderator. After financial reports had been given, R. E, Moody, clerk of t h e trustees, reported on the condition of the church property, the improvements maue miring me year, aim the proposed 19-18 budget. Among improvements listed were a new oil burner and air conditioner. 60 new chairs for t h e social room, the painting of ihe floor, and the building of shelters over the two basement (lore's. New officers are: Society treasurer. Mrs. Orion Read: church Ireasuier. Miss Mabel Blodgeti; trustee for three years, Mrs. A. T. Halstead. S. E. Voorhoes. and Robert E. Moody: church clerk, Mrs. Clark Johnson: Sunday School superintendent. Miss Mary Blodgett: organist. Mrs. " Frank Richardson: assistant organist. Mrs. R. E. Moody: chorister, Orion Read: corresponding secretary. Mrs. V. W. Blodgeti: flower committee, Mrs. Leon Turner and Mrs. Harold Haviland. The Willing Workers met in the afternoon and elected Mrs. R. E. Moody president; Mrs. Burnett Orion Read, secretary: Mrs. Charles Ford, treasurer. Their an- 51,159.87 an'd disbursements of Holcomb MRS. EDWARD MCCARTHY HOLCOMB--Mrs. John L. Hurst, New York, entertained at dinner Friday evening in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs, William McKay, Sr., in observance of the birthday of her sister-in-law. Mrs. William .7. McKay. Jr. Guests included Mrs. Anna L. Wisner, Carthage, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Ryan, William McKay, Jr., and daughter, Moonyeen. Mrs. Doris Cleland Heads Wanda, OES NAPLES -- InstaJlation of officers-' for (lie ensuing term were held at a meeting of Wanda chapter. OES. T u e s d a y night in the Masonic rooms. New officers seated bv Past Patron Fred W. Fox and'staff, of Naples, Preceding the meeting, at 6:30 p. m. a tureen supper was served for stars and their families. Officers inducted include: Worthy matron, Mrs. Doits CleJand; patron, Glenn W. Coons; assistant matron. Mrs. Theima Walther: secretary, Mrs. Genevieve Emory; treasurer, Mrs. Onnalee Coons; conductress, Mrs. Marion Briglin; associate conductress, Mrs. Carolyn Schuliz: i-haplain, Mrs. Clara Ren- noldson; marshal!, Mrs. Dorleah Kenjiedy; assistant marshal!, Mrs. Ulady Hose; historian. Mis. Luiiiao Warren; musician. Mrs. Rose To-- bey; warder, Mrs. Lillian Ostran- dt/r; sentinel, Fred W. Fox; color bearer, Mrs. Helen Peacock; Ada, Mrs. RutJi Misel; Rutn, Mrs. Maxine Potter; Esther, Mrs. Anna Kilpatrick; Martha, Mrs. Gladys Potter; and Elects. Mrs. Maxinf Sail))-' ders. Rushville MISS MABEL BLODGETT Rl'SHV'ILLE --Mrs. Agnes E.stey, Rochester, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Fannie Brennan. Holland Reddout, U.S.N.. who is stationed at Jacksonville, Fla.. has been spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Reddout. Mrs. V. W. Blodgett is spending t h i s week with her husband. Assemblyman Blodgett, in Albany. vnys rivar.p Pen rep has been spending a few days with her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carpenter, in Penn Yan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hebblewaite, Geneva-Hall road, have announced the engagement of their daughter. Theima, to Harold Densmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Densmore, Rushville. Mrs. Roy ,]. Fisher and Mrs. Stella Ford visited the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Mack, Pulaski, over the week end. Mrs. Donald Bay was in Thompson hospital, Canandaigua, for several days last week for care and treatment. . Mrs. Lester Tally. Rochester, has been spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. George Reddout. PROGRAM (Eastern Standard Time) NEW YORK, /Pi--The CBS network, which has been giving renewed attention to programs known as "package shows." has come up with another. This would return goodman and Jane Ace TO the air in a family comedy. This Mr. and Mrs. Radio Team, recalled for their former Easy Aces skits, which originally had a bridge theme and then became a family serial wit.h comedy, has the new program all ready except finaK audition. Previously the network had announced the preparation of two other comedy programs, that of Shirley Booth (ex-Miss Duffy), and Bill Goodwin, in addition to a Mir key Rooney d r a m a t i c series. The new Ace show is expected to get under way within a month. A "package show" is a complete production, owned individually or otherwise, ready to go on the air. With the Marshall plan up before Congress, radio discussion thereof is becoming intensified. Current programs on the schedule include: Tonight- -ABC 9:30 Sec. of State Marshall addressing the Pittsburgh Chamber \ot Commerce on "How the plan affects business men." *" Sunday- NBC 1:30 p. m. Chicago roundtable, Jl?n. Robert A. Taft and others on "Will the plan succeed?" Topics tonight: NBC--S Henry Aldrich; 9 Bing Crosby with Al .Jolson; 9:30 Jack Carson comedy 10:30 Eddie Cantor. CBS--7:15 Jack Smith show; 8:30 Mr. Keen drama; 9:30 Crime Phot og: 10 Magazine theater- 10:30 First Nighter "Shanty Boar Seranade." ABC S Henry Morgan w i t h candid microphone; X:30 The Clock drama; 9 Willie Piper- 10 Are These Our Children. Toe-tingling weather calls for taste-tingling food. Which calls to mind this foursome of hearty dishes that are always sure of a warm welcome on cold davs: WINTER WONDER Want to beat. Jack Frost at mighty Email cost? Try this: To 1 J i cups eifted SUNNYFJELD FLOUR from the AP, add ] ,fc tsp. salt. Cut in * cup shortening. Add 3 to 4 tbsps. cold water gradually, m i x i n g gently with fork. Form into ball. Roll on l i g h t l y floured board to about a 12-inch square. Cut into 4 squares; place in large muffin tins; and fill with creamed meat, fish or vegetables. Bring corners of squares together and press. Bake in hot ove7i,450°F., about ^ hr. Serves 4, "JUNE-IN-JANUARY" PIE Why wait till summer to enioy peach pie when AP PEACHES are so luscious and modestly priced? Drain contents of a *2Va can; place in pastry-lined pie plate; cover -with mixture of 2 tbsps. flour, !· cup sugar and Vz cup sour cream; and sprinkle with n -2 cup grated American cheese. Bake in hot oven, 425° F., 35 to 40 minutes. Serves 6. SNOWTIME STEW There's no time like snowtime for a savory stew. And here's one that's easy and economical: Cook an 8 oz. pkg. of macaroni according to pkg. directions. Saute 3 frankfurters cut in 1-inch pieces and ?i cup sliced green pepper in 1 tbsp. fat till onions are slightly brown. Add 1 can of tomato soup, J l cup of water, one cup of AP'« SULTANA KIDNEY BEANS and macaroni. Cook slowly over low heat till well blended. Serves -L NICE FOR NIPPY NIGHTS i "When there's a nip in the air, add zip to your fare with AP's ANN PAGE PREPARED MUSTAKD! It's a perfect pepper-upper for many foods. Take cod steaks, for example. Takel 1 ,^ Ibs., to be exact, and a r r a n g e in greased shallow pan. Spread with a mixture of 2 tbsps. ANN PAGE MUSTARD, 2 tbsps. chili.sauce, 2 tbsps. prepared horseradish and-1 tsp. salt. Bake in moderate oven, 375°P., about 25 minutes. Serves i. WAYNE DRUGS CUT RATE Anacin Tablets 59 .Bottle r,0 Tablets /OC Noxzema Cream ic tax 49 1* Boric Acid Powder 16 50c Barbasol Shaving Cream Tl BE 19 (iOc Alka-Seltzer Tablets 49 2 OZ. Oil Wintergreen Synthetic for R«ilbin; 'c 17 Box 50 Nivex Multiple Vitamins $198 1000 Saccharin Tablet c SALE DAYS THURS., FRL, SAT. 124 So. Main St Canandaigwa, N. Y. WHERE SPENDING IS SAVING Bight Reserved to Limit Quantities C-O-U-P-O-iN Lifebuoy Soap 3 for 23 c C-0-U-P-O-N Pint Size Rubbing Alcohol Standard Brand Cigarettes Carton 1 'Penetray Infra-Red Lamp $459 Reg. lOc Dish Cloths 3 " 14 LANOUN AND OOV£ Oil QUICK TO LATHER ... QUICK TO */«» lOc Rubber Pot Scraper 'Reg. IDC Box 80 Paper Napkins leaves hair Softer-Shinier ever so easy to manage! 25c--Laxative Cold Tablets r Sun Bowl Room Heater $C98 5 LARGE ASSORTMENT Valentine Cards . . 5c to 35c C-O-U-P-O-'N 2 Qwart Hot Water Bottle 79 5c H-B Cough Drops 2 for 5 c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 43 Bicycle Playing Cards 45

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