The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 27, 1939 · Page 2
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 2

Canandaigua, New York
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Thursday, July 27, 1939
Page 2
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THK DAn.Y MWRSENflER. CANANDAIGUA, N. *., THURSDAY, JULY 27,1939. 1 W Firemen Carnival In Clifton Springs for dJPTON SPRINGS -- Every' reedy for the Firemen's Which will be staged here Saturday in which 18 of Volunteer Firemen ands will take part parade will move at 7 aturday and will be com- i of three companies from j and individual companies ITeedsport, Newark, Gates- Pea Pack Completed By Canning Company . HOLCOMB -- The W. N. Clnik Canning; Company plant have completed the packing of the season's pea crop. A small foice of employes? nave been engaged in the canning of kraut this week s-~- Brief s -MMF^v , , Mies Monica Flanagan, who is attending Summer School sessions at Oeneseo Normal School, has been with* her parents, Mr and Mrs James Flanagan. Mrs Kenneth Griswold and son Richard Miss Freda Appleton and Qeofge Cook, of Rochester, \\eie Tuesday guests of Mr and Mis James Appleton. ills. LeRoy Carson, of Ccaianciai- -guajis spending seveial days with Wlr.'fcndMrs Frederick Buell, noith Caafndaigua road JMJr. and Mrs J. E Gilmore and daughters, Carolyn and Joan and Mrs. -Mae E. Gilmore have moved fronFffieir home on Mam Street to Delevan where Mr. Gilmore has ac- c«ptfcd a position as principal of the Del£van school. Mr and Mrs John Bartett have moved from Holland to tie Gilmore home. Mr Barrett ·willJteach agriculture in the Bloomfield Central School the coming! year. «esley Reynolds, of Warren, was a Tlesday guest of Mr. and Mrs Johft Klinefeller. Miss Janice Fisher, a student nurse in the Good Shephard Hospital, Syracuse, is spending a month's vacation with her parents j Mr. and Mrs N. J. Fisher. She is I spending this week with the Rev and Mrs. Walter Bailey, of TJtica, at Deep Run, Canandaigua Lake Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Cartwnght I and -son, Boger, have been at then /Summer home, Camp Tahoe. Can- Kndalpia Lake. j WflHam Teall, of Geneva, has beeaTEhe guest of his parents, Mr.j . Fred Teall. Mrs. Elwyn C. Ingraham and Mrs. Benjamin Eckler Held After Slaying On High Seas Chili, Victor, East Bloomfield, Canandaigua, Gorham, Shortsville, Phelps, Manchester, Waterloo, Seneca Falls, Border City, Rushvllle and Naples. The Geneva Park Band, the Naples High School Band, and the Canandaigua Drum Corps will also be m hue At 6 o cloak preceding the parade the Nestor Hose Co., of Geneva will give a pumper demonstration Prizes will be awarded the winners of children's races. The races listed are- Fifty yard race for both boys and girls, a potato race, a sack race and an apple eating contest. Ice cream will be given all children A softball game between the Newark and Geneva firemen is scheduled for 7 o'clock Friday. After awarding of the grand prize Saturday night the celebration will be concluded with a display of fireworks. The committees in charge of arrangements are: Advertising. Arthur Coddington; purchasing, Ross Hooper; sports, Cyrus Sheehan; finance, Mvron Kauder, Carl Griffin, Ross Hooper and Cyrus Sheehan; general chairman, Chief John Quigley. Bristol Valley MRS. HIRAM MARTIN Staff Correspondent were in Skaneateles. , _ Sleeping sickness in horses ap- pareptly jsjpausedJuyBMiiuitoes and other blco*-w««*?creects,^»thol oglsts say. BRISTOL VALLEY -- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aldndge of Leroy, were recent callers of Mrs. Annice Mc- Lemale and Sidney Case. Mrs. Lawrence Gerstner and son, -were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Estey. Mrs Lottie Masters was a recent guest of Mrs. Augustus Mallotte on the Valley road. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gerstner ana son are trailer camping on the farm of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Sharp. Mrs Annice McLemale and daughter, Mrs. H. K. Martin were recent callers of their cousin, Charles Canfield in Canandaigua. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Graff and children of Rochester were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sharp. Hod Case underwent an operation on his hand at Memorial Hospital this week. AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP HOPEWELL -- Robert Gulvin, of Sherwood, has been at his home in the County House road He visited his father. Thomas Gulvin who recently underwent an operation in Memorial hospital. Young Gulvin. vho expects to enter his junior jear m the State Agriculture Department at Cornell has been awarded his second scholarship for high standings and good character Mrs Stratton, of Reed Corners, is at the Gulvin home. DRIVE PLANNED ON JAP BEETLE i w. Bee Swann, (left), a seaman of Gladewater, Texas, follows U. S- Deputy Marshal James Lapan ashore at Providence, R. I., to face a federal charge following the hammer slaying of one shipmate and serious injury of another on the Tanker Dungannon. Swann had been held in irons since the slaying, which occuned off the Virginia coast He pleaded innocent in Federal court at Providence. andaigua has been \isiting Miss Maigaiet Diuschel There vill be no chinch '·onices Sunday Birthday Dinner Given For Mrs. Lucy Fisher CHESHIRE -- Mrs. Lury Fuller, of St Petersburg. Fla who has beer- spending several weeks with Mrs , - -- »- »---^ ; William Rogers, was gue^t of honor because no membeis could Quality..! 200 Insect Traps To Be Distributed In City By Federal Bureau During thr nr.xt few d ivs the U S Dcpa* tmt'iit ol Ai'.iiculture, Bu- irau ol Entoniolog\ and Plant Quai- ixntme, in coopou'tion with slate and local olhcials will place 200 giten and white moUl in'-ccl liap- ir CunandaiijUn lo asuiUm vhrlli- ei the Japanese beetle is picseni Should infestation be iounu the m- lonnation \\ould b UM.H! to guide 1 ossiblu conliol .ictiviUe 4 Tlvse traps will be pLicetl chiefi* in residential .section. 1 - and UIOM do- nig the woik \vill nave cied'nl'a!o v hich will be produced on icaucst State officials ask lesidents fc co- cpeiate bv allowing tiaps to tat- placed on their propcitv loi a peiiod ol about 30 cuus Police have been notified about the \\oik Each trap will be \isitcd at frequent intervals by an inipcctoi v.otkm" under the superusion of J. V Alsop The Japanese beetle is a pes-t of economic importance in sections of the country where it is abundant Most of the insects hfe is spent in ihe soil wheie the grub feeds on Uir loots of plan*. The adult, which is piesent in the summer, ia about one quarter of an inch long with a gieen head' and brown wing covers The feeding of the adult damages il»r flowers, fruit and foliage of many plants. In ttiis"section the Fist appearance of the beetle would be noted on giape leaves or in the blossoms of ic^es Trap mspectois do not have m- foimation about other plant pest-Requests for such information should be addressed to B R Blanch ot Geneva. Happy At Release Of Kidnaped Husband f ] f J . . - - ,, ,, , _^*^^^^^MWl r t f / f t ' + » w" --!» MORMON LEADER CLUB SPEAKER at a bnthday dinner given bj Rogers. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Dan Donovan. Mr and Mrs Floyd Mallory. Mr arid ;Mrs Alfred Fe~- guson, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Bancroft and Mrs Hattie Bancroft, of Canandaigua who lias been a gue«t of her sister.4Mrs,jJfl$5rs Cheshire Briefs Mrs Carrie Isham spent the da\ recently with her sister and family Mr. and Mrs. John Tozer, of Naples Mrs George Phillips, Mr and Mrs Carrol Phillips ana then guesfs motored to Niagaia Falls Tuesday Members of the ball team and their parents recently enjoyed a picnic at Seneca Castle Mr and Mrs. L D MacPaerson Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Feidentoif. of Providence, R I. were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs John Wxd Miss Geraldme Beenian. of Can- An Ameucan Legion pest at Albany. N. Y.. had lo call off the fat man's race on its picnic p i o g i a m j Soil and water conservation p'ac- tices recommended foi use in the southwestern dust bowl have been known to farmers since befoie the time of Christ IVS-s. Gerculd R. Goldner smiles in Cleveland, Ohio, with her nine- months-old sen, Russell, happy at news she had just received of the release of her kidnaped naslor-hu^bard bv an Arab gang in Palestine. Mrs,, Goldner had issued a personal appeal to the kidnapers to free the pastor "so as not to bring disgrace on your race and your religion." NO EARTHQUAKES AGAIX I TAMPA, FJU (^i--There were no] eaithquakes in Tampa last -r.onth ! weather observers heie repoited to Washington. In fact tlieie is no lecord of there ever having been an earthquake in Tampa, but the ou- ieau hah to make out a monthly earthquake report just the same Mormon Official Guest At Clifton Springs Rotary Session CLIFTON SPRINGS -- The program at Rotary Club Tuesday was of much local interest. The speaker was E. J. Nell, president ol thy bureau of information of the Mormon Church at Salt Lake City. Mr Nefl's topic was "My Religion." He traced Mormonism Irom the time of its founding in this section by Joseph Smith, and asserted that it was lounded on Scripture and icvclation giving many illustrations back as iar as COO B C Vice-President Peisher presided and during the business session presented a birthday cake to C. E. Wells. Visitors were Charles B. Weller, Mt. Vernon; Charles E Beidler, Bowmansville; T. W. F. Norton, Toronto; George E. Bates, Albany; Mark E. Hutchinson, Mt. Vernon, Iowa; C. E. Nicol, Rochester; W. J. Thompson, New York City; George Russell, Boston; Charles Sayre, and H. J. Howe, Geneva; William Brownlow, Philadelphia, Pa.; Harry Upperman, Cookeville, Tenn.; R. J. Johnson, Wolcott, Henry G Kittell, Clifton Springs Clifton Splines Briefs Mrs. Ross Laing of Fairfield, Conn., is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. W H. Miller, of East Main Street. Mrs. William Walrath and daughter, Miss Mary Walrath ol Canan- joharie, are the guests of her niece, Mrs H J VanDype. Want Ads Give Results RAIN MAYSVILLE, Kv Iff) -- Mays- Mile finally outwitted its weather H"x A scheduled Fourth-Of-July celebration twice was postponed because of lam. So the city fathers expanded the event to a one-week entertainment, figuiing it wouldn't iam seven straight days. Voiles . * Plaids.. Tub Silks Mid-Summer CLEARANCE MEN'S WEAR Regular S25 Values! GABARDINE SUITS Clearance Priced at $ 18 95 A-new low price on the gabardine suits men want lor style and comfort! The prices have been slashed tttr clearance now. All the colors and styles that are popular this season. Summer Weight Sports Hose Shorts and Regulars 35c Sl.OO 25c 19c A Grrn -1 Of Colors, Style- i\ id Matt-rials Sizes 12 10 20 and 1 1 1-2 to 24 1-2 Reg. 55c Pair . . . 3 pairs Re?. 35c P a i r . . . Re*. 25c Pair . . . Sports Shirts SI.00 Values 79c $J.OO WHITE BUSH COATS $1.95 and $1.50 Values For Quick Clearance Friday and Saturday $3 Straw Rats . . $1.50 J1J5 Straw Hats .$1.00 $1.50 Straw Hats . 89c Bathing Trunks SALE ZACKS *X SHIRTS SLACK SETS The seasciTs must popular sport-s rnscmble*, a( nr« 1o« prVr«i rijcM nnw whf-n \nm want them. Fiw S«itimrr fabric,; -- A| folor*. In-«r-cot shirt« with laks tf» mafh. Regular $5 Sets ___________________ $3.95 Regular $3.95 Sets ________________ $2-85 Regular $2.50 Sets ________________ $1.95 Regular $1.95 Sets ________________ $1.69 LINEMAN'S ·^ i ^ 1 B l w m ^|^^Hi JT*~- $1.50, $1.95 Quality Corner Main Street At Bristol Leather-Cloth REGISTER With Your Local Merchants. They Have NEWS For You. Ontario County Fair August 8 to 11 Than You ieve Possible! Regular $3.98 Dresses, now . . . Regular $5.95 Dresses, now . . . $2-98 $3.95 CHIFFONS.. BEMBERGS Sizes 12 to 2 0 . . . Hi. '.to 24' ^ p. .1 . 11 r A New Low Price For Dresses UreSSCS that SOW tor of Such Finn Quality and Style Shantungs . . Spun Rayons $1.49 OuJinanh grraj \.TJUC. .it S) .9,1 Nov. lurUur KtJumJ Jo . . . Sizes 12 to 44 Special Group $2.98 Dresses Sizes 12 (ti 20-- 38 lo M. $7.95, now only . . WHITE SHARKSKINS $3.95 $2^48 Beautiful .SiimnK'i Dresses J/JC-* 14 to 18 Kfni.laih $5S3 Entire Stock Reduced ! Coats that were $17.oO, S!S.r0 and SI 9.95-- Now ______ ...... . _ S 1 2 77 Former $21.50 (oats-- Now __ . _ . _ St^." 7 ? Coals thai were -SI 1.95 ____ _ $9^7 Res. SI 0.95 Reversible Coats ________ S?,7? All Wool "Toppers" Si/.f\ 12 n IS--Ui S5.C5 .87 Reg. Sl.flO 69c Reg. S1.98 $1.17 Reg. $2.98 S2.37 195 South Main St. C O N N O L L Y ' C Deoartment Store ^^ Regular $5.95 -- 3-Piece SHARKSKIN SUITS $O.95 With 2 Contrasting Skirts «J Sixes 1 1 to 18 Rtff. Slf,.5fl and $21.50 2 and 3 Piece Suits, \ow $12.77 1\\» Re^. S5.95 2 Piece Suits--Now _,, S35 Three Reg. SI0.95 2 Piece Suits--Now _ _ $7.7? Four tteg- S13.75 2 Piece Suits -Now S9.77 Costume Jewelry 59c each; 2 for $1.00 "Connolly's Sells For Less'

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