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TO MET IN RUSHVILLE Announced For bptitutc In Congregational Church ILLE -- Rushville WCTU institute, Friday, in UN Qodfregatlonal Church, with tlUnwon and evening sessions. THI afternoon session will open 1'Ah.iock and will include the ^program: rials, Mrs. George M. Vicinity Deaths FltdK reading, Frances Willard, lira.* Lillian Gage; LTL program for tegular meeting, presented by the irfmbership of 20 girls. AptWMc supper will be served fulluntng the afternoon session. ",ng session at 8 o'clock with piano music by Moody. Mr. MacGilvray devotions and give a short ;e Clark will give an in- solo accompanied by ,rk. Mrs. Wilson Fitch and Graham will give a will be a bronze medal contest by eight girls of L. Mrs. Minnie Ayers, 'Ukin and Mrs. Yarnell. of 'an will be present to give Iks. Attend Wedding Mrs. J. A. Paddock and Jt - Jr. and Daniel, attended Itfiiaiedding of Miss Emily Pad- docl TSul 'Harold Setterman, of Pcni Yari, Saturday. The ceremony toot Jlace at the Bluff Point Church At ri on and was followed by a re"" " and dinner at the Chateau Miss Katherine Fitch, of lie, sang "I Love You Truly" ause" before the ceremony Mrs. W. W. Fitch, of _e, accompanied her and also the wedding marches. Dan- idock was one of the ushers. Je is the daughter of Mr. i. Daniel Paddock, of Penn Briefs ' M . and Mrs. Charles Hurrinand Mr3and Mrs. Arthur Nielson of Bei an and Mr. a;id Mrs. Edward Ivea an of Penn Yan, spent Sun- daj^with Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Palmatier."' All enjoyed a picnic dinner jktjirine Valley. Richard Palmatier is spending a fewwiays at Speculator, a guest of ttr.^if-Mrs.. Solon Humphrey and daughter, Hestor. .Mrs. Essie DeWick entertained on Sunday, Mrs. Martin Jorgensen of Stanley, who was on he'r way home from a visit to her husband who has been at the Mount Morris tuberculosis hospital for several months and who is greatly im- ptbwd-ln health. Other visitors at theisDfWick home Sunday, were Mr-land Mrs. Henry Teece and Mnf Lelia Roat, of Gorham; Mr. antTMrs. Frank Potter, of Clifton Springs, and Albert Fox and fam- Stanley. Fox has returned home [Ti two weeks' trip to Quebec with Rochester friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berryman of John W. Joyce John WHlteni Joyce. ,15, a. .resident of the Town of'Middlesex for 50 years, died Tuesday afternoon at Penn Yan hospital where he was taken Friday for care and treatment. He had lived alone at his home at Valley View since the death of his third wife. Dinah Benton Joyce in 1931. His grandson. Charles Joyce, has been with him since school closed. Mr. Joyce was born at Eyegreen. England, coming to America 53 years ago. He is survived by two sons, Albert Joyce, of the Town of Milo. and Robert Joyce in England, and six grandchildren. The funeral services will be held from 'the John Hobart funeral home at 2:30 EST Friday, the Rev. C. S. Emerson of Potter, officiating. Burial will be in Rushville Cemetery. THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA. N. ff.. WEDNESDAY. JULY 26, 1939. FIREMEN SET Bloomf ield PTA Holds Benefit Card Party HOLCOMB -- Members of thr Eloomfield Parent-Teacher Association held a. benefit card party Monday afternoon in the home of thn president of the-unit, Mrs. James Saxby. Guests were present from Holly Colo., Manchester. Victor. East Bloomfield and Holcomb. Honors were awarded Mrs. Thomas Barry, of Victor; Mrs. Henry C. Arnold, of East Bloomfield and Mrs. M. M. Saunders of Holly, Colo. Briefs Carl Guelzow. Jr., of Chili, is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hendershot. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooley Fletcher ."pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nine Mile Point. Jack Friday at Lake Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. George Emmerich. Mrs. Teresa Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cotter, of Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cotter, of Victor. \vere_.-recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Cotter. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jones, Mrs. F. K. Kent recently visited Wells Martin and family at Shortsville. Mrs. J. Frank Birdsall with a .party of relatives from Michigan are guests of her daughter, Mrs. Daniel C. Lippman and Mr. Lippman in New York and attending the World's Fair,. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMann entertained at a family picnic at their farm, on the west lake road in Honeoye Sunday. "Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Leakey, Bli Mr.' Point, were Sunday guests of Mrs. William Ward. was home Esther Knapp frotn summer school studies Buffalo, .over the weekend. in ton. ; puy Fisher is visiting friends at flrpadalbin, N. Y. "IBts: Orion Read is confined to her : - bed with a throat infection. Janjt Read is out again after chick- ehunc. Tfie Misses Loe and Mary Voak of fCanandaigua. are occupying Hojeywood cottage, at Canandai- guf lake for a time. ]|F."and Mrs. Arthur Emmel and J bf Lyon; Mrs. Bertha James faster, and Fred J. Reynolds. Canandaigua Lake shore. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. nberry. and Mrs. W. V. Woodruff and r Mary, of Roanoke Rap- teJjC C, and Rufus Woodruff, of D. C- have returned F''after spending a week with ttt^ "'-Woodruff's daughter. Mrs. Defey Gage and family at Cottage OiU 1 rs. plaude Kinkade and daugh- terfMrs Dorothy Elston and baby. ottElnrtra. are spending 10 days wl« i Mrs. Kinkade's father. J. H. AdSmson. while Miss Minnie Durl- fricnds at Trumans- fdrmer home. Allian Halstcad visited Mr. Mrs. Herbert E. Clark, of Sunday. Mrs. E. Maude Bortdl Is ipending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spiccr Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald of Tyrone. of Shortsviile, Mr. and Mrs. George Bortfeld. of New York, were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hinds. Mr and Mrs. William Delano. Mrs Leah Holly ..and Mrs. William Murlow, of Fairport. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Apple- Mr, and Mrs. John Burns. Mr. and Mrs George Burns and children, of Syracuse, were Sunday guests of Mr and- Mrs, William - J- McKay- Sr. _ Junior Hayden, of Manchester, is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. George Grieves and family. Oscar F Wheeler was a weekend guest of Mr.' and Mrs. Frederick T. Banker and son in Rochester. Mrs John Powers and daughter Geraldine, of Livonia, were Monday guests of her mother, Mrs. Lillian Ingraham. Mr and Mrs. E. R. Richmond and familv. of Spencerport. and Mr. and Mrs.~Jani2s Coss and daughter. Maude, of Canandaigua. were Sun- cay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mr 'and Mrs. Jerome McMahon. of Victor, were Monday guests o! Mr and Mrs. James Saxby. Miss Janet Lee Kent, of the Geneve School of Nursing. Rochester. 1-as' beerr the guest of her mother. Mrs F H. Kent. Mrs.'Fannie Rector, of Clifton Springs, ib the guest of Mr. Mrs Roy McMar.n. Mrs. Harry Allen, of Lockport. -.va- a Tuesday guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Appleton. GRANGESLATES PICNBUUG. 12 Committees Announced For Rushville Event Next Month RUSHVILLE -- Arrangements are being made for the annual Rushville Grange picnic which will be held Saturday. Aug. 12, with the place yet to be announced. The following committee have been appointed for the event: Tables, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dusenberry and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Bay; waiters, Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bigham, Mr. and Mrs. Earle C. Hobart and Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Hunter; lemonade. J. A. Paddock and Charles Robson; coffee, William Zavitz and William Grimes. Committees on sports: Horse^hoe? W H. Rex and A. L. Bonner; baseball (men), Clarence Lazarus and Clarence Bennett; ball game (women), Regina Crowe, Marie Bennett and Emma Gorton; children s sports, Mildred Blodgett. Gertrude Bonner and Lucy Fisher. Dinner will be served at noon EST). Receives Diploma Miss Eleanor Blair has received l-er diploma from the Roberts School of Beauty Culture in Rochester where she has been studying and practicing for several months. She is spending this week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling N. Blair, before returning to Rochester to work. Vaccination Clinic A smallpox vaccination clinic will be held Wednesday. Aug. 2, from 10 A M to noon at Dr. A. T. Hai- stead's office in Rushville. and from 3 to 5 P. M. at the town hall m Potter All unvaccinated children over one year of age should be vaccinated at this time, according to those in charge. Lodges Plan Outings The members of Rushville Lodge. F A M and Fenogowone Chapter, OES with their families will hold a picnic at Willow Grove in Vine Valley next Wednesday. Sports for all ages will start at 3 o'clock. Supper will be served at 7 o'clock. This is the first outing of this kind held by these lodges in several years. ! Planning Picnic Slated The Rushville Home Bureau meet at 10 o'clock Wednesday al Genundewah cottage with Miss Leah Headley and Mrs. James G. Blodgett for the purpose of planning the 1939-40 program. A picnic dinner will be served at noon. Report on Farm Products VEGETABLES Beans, wax, 12-qt. bskt.. 50-60c; green 12-qt. bskt., 50-60c; Beels, doz. bunches, 20-25c; Broccoli, doz. bchs. 50-75c- Cauliflower, doz. heads. 75c- $150; Carrots, doz. bchs., 20-25c; Cabbage, crate. 12 head, 75c-$l; Savoy, crate of 12 heads, 75-80c; Red Cabbage, crate. 80-90c; Celery, '/j crate, $1.25-1.75; 2-3 crate. $1.75$225' Corn, sweet, dozen. 15-18c; Cucumbers, H. H., doz., 50c-$l; homegrown. 12-qt. bskt., 40-50c; Endive, crate of 2 doz., 35-40c; Lettuce, Boston 2 doz. crate, 40-50c; Iceberg, crate 34-27 h., 75c-$I-25; Onions, green doz. bchs.. 25-30c; yellow, large size 50-lb. sk.. 90c-$l; small size 50-lb. sack, 60-TOc; .yellow, large size 10-lb. sack, 19-20c; Potatoes, new homegrown, bu., 9iic-$l; Parsley, doz. bchs., 20-25c; Peas, bu.. $1.40-1.50; Radishes, bskrt., 30 bchs., 40-50c; White radishes, dozen. 30- 35c- Rhubarb, outdoor, doz. bchs., 20c; Romaine. doz., 20-25c; Spinach, bu 40-50c; Squash, summer, 12-qt. bskt. 20-25c; Swiss Chard, doz. bchs.. 25-30c; Tomatoes, H. H., 12- qt. $1.25-1.50; Outdoor, 12-lb. taskt., $1-1.25. 32-qt. crate, a qt.. lOc; Huckleberries, crate. $3.75-4; Raspberries, red, pt. 24-qt. crate, $2,50-3.50; Red rasp- pt. 0-7'/c; Red currents, lb., 7-8c; Red currants, 24-qt., crate, $2-2.25. SHIPPED IN PRODUCE Commission House Prices VEGETABLES Cantaloupes, Jumbo, crate, $3- lonii WILLIAM OBAffUl BUM FRUITS Dutchess Apples, bu., 65-90c; Sour cherries. 12-lb. bskt., 3C-35c; Black cherries, lb.. 6-8c; Purple berries, 24-qt. crate, $2-2.25; Gooseberries will Garden Club Picnic The annual picnic of the Valley Ga'-den Club will be held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Charles A. Robeson, Vine Valley. The afternoon program will include the following: Roll call, name a state flower; "Famous Gardens in the United States." Mrs. E. R. Francisco. Sup"per will follow. Mizpah Class To Meet The next social meeting of the Mizpah Class will be held Thursday afternoon. Aug. 3. at the home of Mrs Ernest Dusenbury. Mrs. Clyde Pomeroy and Miss Helen T. Jones will assist the hostess with the supper The annual election of officers will be held in the afternoon. Vicinity Marriage Rice - Wallace ALOQUIN -- A beautiful summer wedding was solemnized. Saturday afternoon. July 22. at 4 West Bloomfield Church Slates Outing On Aug. 5 WEST BLOOMFIELD -- The annual Sunday School picnic of the Congregational Church will be held at the Mess Hall at Powder Mil; Park Saturday, Aug. 5. The Fellowship Class will have charge of the dinner, the Friendship Class, the sports and Wallace Burnham and Morgan Clark, transportation. West Bloomfield Briefs Miss Margaret Riorden has returned'-to her home at St. Louis. Mo. after a visit of several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Stanley Chatterton, and Mr. Chai^erton. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powers, of Lima are spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sharpe attended a Hinderland family gathering at Letchworth Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Storrs and Mrs. Elizabeth Nudd and daughter. Betty and son, Robert, of Avon, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cornish, at Naples. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and children were Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schraeder. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Pest and her mother. Mrsi Clara North, of New Haven, Conn., have been spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Edv:in North. Rose DeMartinis, of Rochester. T.-as a guest Monday of her parents. Mr and Mrs. L. J. DeMartinis. Robert Raleigh, of Brockport. has been a guest of his aunt. Mrs. Everett Wood. Mr. and Mrs. James Sharpe ana Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sharpe and fsmily were recent callers of Mrs. Mae Spencer, at Avon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duffy attended the funeral of his cousin. Mrs. William Lear, at PiUsforti. Monday. , John Conklin and son. Bruce, of Mt. Morris, were recent callers of j Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Olmstead. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wood and i $3.75; St. crate. $2.75-3; Cucumbers, bu., $1.10-1.25; Honeyballs, jumbo, crate, $3.25-3.75; Honeydcw, crate, $2-2.25; Lettuce, Iceberg, crate, $2.75-3; California Iceberg, crate, $3-3.25; Onions, red. lb., 8-9c; Texas, yellow 50-lb.. $1-1.25; yellow. No. 2. 50-lb. b.. 90c-$l; white, 50-lb. sack, $1.65-1.75; Peppers, hamper, $1.25$1.50; Potatoes, new bbl., $3.25-3.40; Sweet potatoes, bu., $2-2.25; Tomatoes, climax bskt.. $1-1.25; Tomatoes, H. H., 8-qt. bskt, 70-80c. FRUITS Penn. Tomatoes, 16-lb. crate, $1$1.25; Apples, Transparent, bu. $1$1.15; Dutchess, $1.25-1.35; Apricots, box $1.15-1.25; Avocadoes, Fla.. box, 51.35-1.50; Bananas, cwt., $4; Cherries, box. $2-2.25; Grapefruit, Fla., crate. $2.50-4; Grapes, Cal., white, $2-2.50; white seedless. $2.75-3; red, $275-3; Limes, quarter box. $1.50-2; Lemons, box, $6-6.50; Oranges, Cal., crt.. $3-4.65; Fla., crt., $3-3.75; Peaches, Albertas. bu.. $2.65-3; Bartlett pears, box. $2.85-3; Pineapple, crt.. $3-3.50; Plums, box, $1.75-2; Watermelons, 28-lb. avg. each. 55- 60c; 26-lb. avg.. each, 50-55c; 24-lb. avg. each, 45-50c. DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER New York (.S 5 )--Receipts, 1.568.538 Ibs.. market steady to firm. Cream- el y." higher than extra 24 l-4-25c; extra (92 score), 24c; firsts (38-91), seconds (84-87), 19 FORCARNIVAL Third Proechel Hose Company Celebration Opens 5 Night MANCHESTER^ ; -- ' Plans have been completed for the Manchester Proechel Hose Company's third biannual firemen's celebration arid w convention which begins Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Abel Bennett. IONIA -- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Conklin of Syracuse were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lay and Mr, and Mrs. William Conklin. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Munch have returned to their home here after enjoying a month's motor trip to California, where they visited their COUPLES MARK ANNIVERSARIES Wedding Dates Observed/^ At Family Gathering In Rushville son. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles King itocncsitr w of Harrigan, Joseph Mottelo and Harold priffin, has named .the following men in charge of the various concessions in the giant midway at Firemen's Park: Mike Bolonda.'re- children- spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hart at Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. freshments; John Boardman, danc- I M » B e t t y Charles Baldwin, and Miss ing; Al VanDamme, raffles, Russell Werner, beverages. The company members, Chief John Robinson, have corn- - j friends from Holcomb and Canan.,,,,,,,' daigua on Canandaigua Lake. aiding « Harri and Mrs Harris o , ------ , , r tu Mendon Center were guests recent- pleted the landscaping of the new | d M Robert Turverey. l '« OI Mr ' a - - park which adjoins the Municipal Hall. The midway ·will consist of chair planes, ferris wheel and merry-go-round, under the supervision of a special committee. The opening night, Monday evening, will find Mr and Mrs. Leo Schweickhard entertained . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schweickhard of Rochester, Saturday. j. Leat Saturday of Coldwater, her parents, I 21 3-4-23 l-4c; 3-4-20 3-4c. CHEESE -- 427.892 Ibs.; market steadv to firm. State, whole milk fiats, "held 1938. 16-19c; current makes, 14 1-2-15 l-2c. EGGS Receipts, 19,460 cases; market steady to firm. Mixed Colors--Fancy to extra fancy, 18 1-2-22 3-4c; standards, 18c; firsts, 16 l-4c; seconds. 15-15 3-4c; mediums. 15c; dirties. No. 1, 14 l-2c; sverage checks. 13 l-2c. LIVESTOCK Buffalo (IP)-- (U. S. Dept. of Agr.) EOGS--100; only trucked-in hogs on sale; about steady; 150-225 Ibs.. S7.25-7.40; choice lightweight rail run considered quotable to $7.507.60. CATTLE -- 125; slow; most sales about steady; grass steers from Canada S7.40-8; few beef cows S5.50-6; canners and cutters mostly S4-5.25; lightweight sausage bulls S5.50-6.50. CALVES--50; market slow, steady to weak; good to choice vealers $10.50-11; common to medium $7.50- "SHEEP--100; no early action; bidding lower on few offerings, holding for steady prices; choice spring lambs considered eligible to $9.50 or S9.75. the park grounds, on which will be held the jitterbug contest starting at 7 o'clock, open to all contestants throughout the state. On Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock the Manchester High School Band under the direction of Eugene Barnard, will offer a concert in the Village Park bandstand. (Following the program, a fireworks display will take place on the Firemen's 1 Park. Wednesday night, the height of the affair will be reached with a long parade of 20 visiting companies and 16 bands and drum corps. The parade will form at the West end of State Street with Chief John Robinson as Marshal 3 and proceed east to Merrick Avenue to the Lehigh Valley yards, down Main Street on North Main, through Center Street and disband at Clif- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Davis and family left Monday for a few days' motor trip to Vermont. Mrs. Millie Cavanaugh of Rochester, has been a guest for a few days of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood ton Street, where the festivities will be held. A dance will be held RUSHVILLE -- Three wedding anniversaries were observed Sunday with a gathering of 28 relatives at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mattison, of Pine Corners, lor a picnic dinner. The anniversaries were'of Mr. and Mrs. Mattison, who were married July 23, 1918; Mr. and Mrs. DelbeYt Allen, of Dundee, who were i.iavricd July 25. 1918, and Mr. and Mrs. George Windnagle, of Rushville. who v/ere married July 16, 1917. Mrs. Allen is Mr. Mnttison's sister. Mr. Windnagle is Mrs. Mattison's cousin. Others present at the gathering v/ere Mr. Mattison's mother. Mrs. Charles Mattison, Floyd Mattison and Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodrich and family, all of Dundee, Tid Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Woodruff and five children, all of Dundee, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keech and son, of Geneva, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Windnagle, of Rushville. CREATES A VACANCY COTTONWOOD FALLS, Kas. --Cottonwood Falls had an electiomr but wound up with no mayor. Mayor Henry Long was the only candidate on the ballot but enough voters wrote in the name of D. M. Smith to elect him. Smith declined at 9 o'clock in the auditorium of i to accept. Municipal Hall, with music furnish- I The president of the council, by ed by a well known orchestra. law, became acting mayor. Way . family attended the Symonds family reunion at the "Beaches" at Webster, recently. o'clock in the Aloquin Methodist i ' M rs . Gates Sanborne. of Engle- Church. which was decorated with i v . OO d. N. J.. has been a guest of her the season's flowers when Miss .Mr. Bloomfield Church To Picnic Saturday EAST BLOOMFIELD -- Plans are being completed for the annual pi-nic of the Congregational Churcli to be Afield Saturday at Honcovc Lake Park. Dinner will be served at 12.30 followed by a pro- cram of swimming and sports. The committees in charge arc: Dinner. Mrs. Henry Peters. Mrs. n _ _ Eai-j crooker. Mrs. Arthur Buell; visiting "her daughter.' Mrs. j coffee. Mrs. Harold Silvernail; 3cm- Gortnan and family. O nade. N. J Fisher. Harold Sil- and Mrs. Hiram Shaw re-1 vernati, -Lloyd _Cunnnings: sparts. Frances iharles Irene Rice, daughter of A. Rice was united in inarriace to Walter C. Wallace, of mother. Mrs. Catherine Dixon. and her aunt. Mrs. Harriet Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McCornuck. who are attending Buffalo Teachrn' Endicott. son of Charles L. Wallace | college, were recent guests of of Newark O. The ceremony was j parents Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wood, performed by the Rev. Willard E.' Rice, assistant pastor of Marble Colleciate Church. New York city, a cousin of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Chester V. Zogg. pastor of the Alocnrin Church. I i Aloquin Class Sets Outing In Penn Yan Prccedinc the ceremony. Mrs. Lloyd Bnllork. of Phclps. cave an ALOQUIN -- The annual picnic will be crfth entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jotui Gage and children and -Char- its Owre of Cottage Cily: Mr. and Mrs. Etwood Harbour and daughters ot Rochester: Miss LHa Shaker «T Pewn Yan, and Mr. and Mrs. W#rrcn Kipp. the occasion being Hnf. fllttWs birthday. ·Christine Flynn of Avon. to visiting her grandparents, Mr. Mid Mrs. Charles Shaut. Oeorge Howcrolt of Rochester, is vMUng his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Twitchell. H. C. Shaw lias been in East Ro- cimtcr for a week redecorating the home of Albert Patterson, Mr*. Loren Clark is night opera- Rushville telephone ·while Mrs. Anna Head- tamity are vacationing al cottage. The Clark Maying nights al the home. Mrs. Henry Smith oi the Rev. W.*Heber O'Hara. Stanley Steele. Carl Rubenstein. Mrs. Rolfe Martini: time and place. Miss Lucy Buell and Alfred H, Dahl Annul Ctiwch Meeting The annual meeting of the Methodist Church *«1 toe held Friday evening at * o'clock in the church with Dr. James F. Bisgrove, district superintendent, presiding. Reports Item the various organiza- organ recital and Mrs. Theodore i of the Fellowship Class Morsr of Endicott sane. "All Joy j held Saturday at Red JackCv ParK Be Thine" and "I Ixjvr You Truly" I Penn Yan. Dinner will be served at accompanied by Mrs. Bullock. ! 1 o'clock. j Thr bndr wrarinc her mother's i The committee in charge is Mr. i ·A-cddinc gown of ivory mou'wlinc ! and Mrs. Howard Tones and Mr. | satin triinmrd with pompadour Jacc i and Mrs. LyJe Horton. , with a 1'iHf veil r*3ccd with lace, j Atoquin Briefs i was nivcn in marriage by her fath- ; Mrs. Anablc of Geneva is a guest cr She wore white roses in her of her sister. Mrs. Emory Horton. hair and carried a bouquet ol white ; The fourth quarterly conference rose.s and lilies of the valley. She ]of the Aloquin church was held on u-as attended by her sister. Mrs. \ Tuesday evening. Dr. E. E. Mcrring Peter Gross, of Wooristown. N. J- I of Geneva, was present. , is matron Of honor, who wore blue , Kaufman Strachan. who is in organdie with lace point and her \ Memorial Hospital is reported as .sister. Miss Lucille Rice, as brides- ; somewhat improved at this time. , maid, who wore blue organdie with , Virginia Moore and Alice Vogt, "ace point, each carrying a bouojiact, have been members of the Summer of roses and garden flowers. Charles , music course classes held in the Over 1500 Frigidaire Electric Refrigerators in use in our Territory to Relieve Itchy Pimples When your skin is irritated with j pimples, red blotches and other skin j blemishes from external causes, and j you're crazy with itching torture, j here's quick relief. Get a 35£ box of j Peterson's Ointment at your druggist! and apply this delightful soothing balm. itching stops promptly. Smarting disappears. Your skin looks better, feels better, Also wonderful for itching of feet, cracks between toes. Try it. Advt. PROVED LOW COST OPERATION WITH THE NEW WESTINGHOUSE Electric Refrigerator You Dial the Temperature You Want! · · CURTICE McELWEE 211 South Main Street Canandaigua, N. Y. ook with H tions of the church will be given and stewards and officers elected lor the next conference year. Attend Fwieral Mr. and Mr*. L. M. Shu. Mr. and Mrs Samuel Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 8cbne*der. Mr. and Mrs. John Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hon. Ifr 1 . and Mrs. Edgar Cor- ev of Rochester; Mr.mnd Mr*. Albert *dfert, Buffalo; Mrs. J. P. Carroll, Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. Jam«8 Turner, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Van Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Wallace of Rochester, was best | Canandaigua Academy. Sor his brother. ! D. E. Read of RushvUle, who has Little Marilyn Gotts. riauohter ol been spendins the past three weeks Mr and Mrs. Donald Gotts. of with his son and lawily, Mr. and . . Flint, was flower cirl and wnre a I Mrs. Irwin Read, has returned visited their cousins, i ij a m VaixNorman. Newark: James Mr*. Lester J. Francisco j Vance, Mr. »nd Mrs. WiJliam Vance. wx) Tuesdar. Aawli* Rsher and Mr. and WUfcun Fisher visited the i Edwin L. Fisher and jhenfleld Sunday Mrs. returns to her sons to spend a wee):. Jr. and Wffliam Vance, Sr,, Can- anriaipia; Mr. and Mrs. Guy R*id of West Walworth; Mr. and Mrs. Ray VanNotman, Oilcan; Mrs. Hatchinson, Cleveland; Mr. Ontario nc-ar Albion, as su«,ts ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hev. and Mrs. Jp.y Mason, Rochester, »nd Mrs. Edmund Lyon* of Honeoye Francisco was home '· Falls were anwng those in town to nf blue net over MB: Ushers ; his home. ·verr Milton R;r\ Prior Gross. , Mrs. Mar*' Chat field of Slatcrvillr. Charles A. If,rnhour and Donald i spent Monday night with Mrs. H. Finch. B. Moore. An informal rerrpiion was held Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pearce and in the rhurch hall lollowed by a wn. Die):, swnt the weekend at tV'ddinE MJppf'r lor ih** invitt'd guests at Lafayette Inn, Geneva. The bride wor" z traveling ensemble o' nav: blue with whitt frct-'wirif 5 ;. Alter a motor trip to Canada. Mr anri MT- TVKacf- -will on River.sifl" nni'-. Endicotl Mrs Wallac-f has been a tea-rher in th* A:: D'-vaTlm-n1 of the pub* »*',·:· anfl M:. Wai- ' lace is "rnplo-vfrl *-~ mor^i mal;eT in KLrtHviLLfc -- A the ofllcr M :he International M '^ ^ n a t l j r a j causf* was, iwa^d "'csterday b:" Coroner Frank Sny- atr of Geneva, m 1-hr death ol Samuel Case!. 21. ol Rochester. Young Case! ·was found dead in r.'Cd yesterday morning at the camp just east ol Rushville. occupied by Coroner Gives Verdict In Crop Worker's Death They Must be Good! recentlj' ,t of Rochester is T, Mrs. Pearl Blod- Mrt Ml* Fwd Andrews Mid ·f BWt amlthfleld, Pt, of Mr. and Mrs of pfihs are being completed for the Monday to attend the funeral F. B. Hiitchinson, annttl itwn «nd homecom- Out ol '.own B. Lucrelia u included Mrf. and Miss Mar- gtry Pit*, ol Buffalo: the Rev. and Mrs. Willard city; Charles L Rice New Yort Wallace, of New- . . O.: Mr. and Mrs Charles H. j cannin? crop workers,. He was found Wallace and daughter, of Roch- '· br his lather, Joseph Casel. who ester; Mrs. Rexford. of Wellsville. | said that hts son was subject to and Mrs. Lucy Coleman. of Lyons. | epik-ptic seizures. Monday evening j young Cartel was reported to have OVERCOME YOUR DiffiCTlttr?, Msfle^d an attaclc and was ,,.,, of St. Bridfrt's Church to be held A«t. ,5 on the chorch lawn. ] by retdintc and nrfng The Messen-; by a physician. Funeral sen-ices Win be Mtved *t fet Ctastfied Ads, ioe held in Rochester Friday. See the New Models Here Now G. M. Kennedy Son 9-1M3 Bristol S(. Phone 36 Your automatic refrigerator does more than keep things cold It docs cold cooking, too. In it you can make delicious frozen and jellied salads, and wonderful home made ice cream and water ices. You can regulate it for quick freezing or slow, so that it will fit in with your meal-getting schedule nicely. Cold cooking is very inexpensive, too. The refrigerator does it at the same time that it keeps all perishable foods safely cool, and you know it does that for only a few pennies a day. Find out how easily you can have one, See Your Local Dealer Rdeketer G« A Electric Your Automatic Refrigentoi 1 is fully automate, and needs no attention. Just plug i* in. O Mairifains a lemperafure of SO* "or below in the sforag* compart- g Mates delicious frozen ' and salads in »n» freezing trays. ,4. Supplies plenty of pure, sparling »ce cubes for cold bfiv«ragas. HAVE IT NOWI USE OUR BUDGET PLAN CDapir GENERAL ELEfiflUC REFRIGERATORS BRADBURN'S CM Main 3 Team

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