The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 16, 1948 · Page 16
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?AGE EIGH? it AN EXPERT CORRESPONDENT Broad experience in sales . . . credits . . . collections . . . customers' complaints . . . Knows how to use letters to save time . . . money . . . good will . . . Charges moderate. BOX C-4 C/O MESSENGER OFFICE THE BATCY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. T, TMESY, JANUARY is, im Vicinity Deaths ORLEANS -- Mrs. Maurice Joyce, Madison, Indiana, died Jan. 13 after a few weeks illness. Mrs. Joyce and her husband were former residents of Orleans. Before her marriage she was Miss Virginia Golden. From 1930 she taught music and art in the Clifton Springs central school for three years. Her husband was employed at the time by R. E. Connolly and son, Clifton Springs. OVERCOME YOUR Difficulties by reading and using The Messenger Classified Ads. RADIATOR REPAiRiNG Cleaning--Recoring Don't Let A Leaky Radiator Rob You of Your Supply of Anti-Freeze! Our service includes removing radiator, flushing, repairing and cleaning the whole cooling system. -- Prompt and Courteous Service -Cornish Bros. Garage Holcoinb Phone Holcomb 5 Green Dolphin Street TROOP 1 Sunbeam Troop 1 met Wednesday at the Little House with 26 scouts present. Our new troop committee visited Us for the :"5rst time and helped us to make in- j vitations for our investiture cere-' mony next week. Wo rehearsed t h e entire program and made final arrangements for the refreshments. Miss Mildred Nunweiler -eport- ed she has passed 20 girls for tenderfoot class and six more are studying hard. Betsy Jones reported all Girl Scout calendars sold by the troop but not all the monev turned in. We closed with .1 hior friendship circle of scouts, leaders and troop committee m e m - j bers. There were 35 present all together.--Shirley Scott, scribe. BROWNIE TROOP 5 Fourteen members attended the investiture o f W e e B o n n i e Brownie Troop 5 at Saltonstall school Wednesday afternoon. We' worked on the picture scrapbooks. sang the Brownie song and had the flag ceremony. We opened and closed our meeting with t h e friendship circle.--Sandra Seaman, scribe. j Instead of a blonde, it's a dark haired but ex-en more beautiful Lana Turner \vno makes her appearance on the Playhouse screen starting Sunday as the exciting heroine of "Green Dolphin Street." this spectacular adventure romance laid in New Zealand and Hie picturesque Channel Islands. Van Heflin, Donna Reed and Richard Hart are others in the cast. TONSIL OPERATION Richard Kinde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Kinde, Bristol ' slreet, is recovering at home from I a tonsilleclomy performed Wednesday at Thompson hospital. CARRY A CHECKBOOK INSTEAD OF A BANK ROLL! Money is too easily lost and too readily spent if carried on your person in large amounts. There is personal risk, too. You will be safer and richer if you pay bills regularly by check. It provides a permanent record of you] 1 expenditures . . . it helps you verify your income tax deductions . . .it aids in keeping your budget straight . . . and makes first- of-the-month bills a simple matter of a few minutes. Open a Checking Account the next time you come in and enjoy the b e n e f i t s of paying by check. CANANDAIGUA NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member federal Reserve System A NEW IDEA IN "LEARN TO WALK" SHOES and $4.50 Yes, that exclusive Jumping-Jack sole feature, with all stitching outside, has revolutionized "learn-to- walk" shoes for children up to 3 years old. Scientific, patented construction assures all these benenjs: correctly positioned heels... ankles can't turn in or o u t . . . no stiffness to hamper foot and leg muscle development (it's like walking barefoot) . . . shoes hold shape and looks until outgrown . . . proper support makes child step out with confidence. Make sure your youngster learns to walk correctly ... in our Jumping-Jacks. DAVIDSON'S SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Tune in Daily 6:10 for Local and Vicinity News- . . . . Dial 1240 RADIO PROGRAM (Eastern Standard Time NEW YORK. (.¥ -A special broadcast of what the M u t u a l broadcasting system hopes will be ;· n.o\v cpj-j^jj o(ip;; on the air from | 3 u n t i l 3:30 Sunday afternoon. Jan. 25. It is t i t l e d "My Favorite Kid" and features prominent persons · and their protegees. I Harold E. Stassen will present i 12-year-old Charles Amaio, a i North Pelham, N. i'., accordionist; Gladys Swart hout will have under her wing 16-yeai-old coloratura soprano' Jeannie McDonald, Louisville, Ky.; and Rube Goldberg will introduce Bruce and Jay Colon, Teen-agers from the Bronx, N. i"., who have a tiny radio station, which broadcasts over a ihree- block area in their neighborhood. Red Barber will make 25 broadcasts between Jan. 30 and Feb. 8 from the Olympic games in St. Moritz, Switzerland. For t o n i g h t : NBC--S Paul Lavalle melody; 9 People are Funny; 9:30 Waltzing time; 10 Mystery theater; 10:45 Rep. Celler on "Follies of Peacetime Conscription." CBS--S Fanny Brice; S:30 Danny Thomas comedy; 9:30 Ozzie and Harriet; 10 It Pays to Be Ignorant; 10:30 Spike Jones revue. ABC--7:30 Lone Ranger; 8:30 This Is FBI: 9 Breaking the Bank; in f,rrt~i TV,r,,. Ton^'O ,-t- T -n-ornp I Roach. J MBS--8 Burl Ives, Now a Live ( S h o w ; 8:30 Leave It to the Girls; i 9:30 Information Please; 10 Meet j the Press, Rep. Harold Knutson. ! CLIFTON SPRINGS -- Funeral j services will be conducted Saturday at 2:30 p. m from t h e Weld funeral home, 26 Main street, for Fred Weinman, 43, of Geneva, formerly of Clifton Springs, whose body was found iii Seneca lake Jan. 14. He had not been seen since November when he was presumed ID have ieil i'oi Fiuiidu. The Rev. L. L. Swart hout, pastor of Manchester Baptist church, will officiate and interment will be in Clifton Springs cemetery. Survivors are one sister, Mrs. Wilfred M. Cotter. Wiilard, and a niece, Mrs. Michael Felko, Shortsville. CONDITION KAVORABLK Mrs. Stuart J. Pierce, Greig Ter- lace. is reported in a satisfactory condition at Thompson hospital following a major operation Tues- dav. S a v e During January February-March ^^^^--^----^---^^^^ Canali's Set AUTO CLASS While You Wait Sizes for All Car and Truck Windows AthaC. Haring Becomes Bride Miss Atha E. Haring. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haring, Aloquin. became the bride of Thomas G. Coonce, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Coonce, of Seneca Castle, yesterday afternoon in a ceremony performed at 4 o'clock in the manse of the North Presbyterian church, Geneva. The Rev. Alexander Thompson, D. D., received the vows. The bride wore a rose color suit xvith black accessories and an orchid corsage. As maid of honor, Miss Margaret Mary Berry, Aloquin, wore an ai- ternoon dress o! teal blue with black appointments and H vm.-.ug.v- of white pompons. James Myers, of Geneva, was best man. After the wedding supper for the immediate families atSacone's. Geneva, Mr. and. Mrs. Coonce left for a short trip. They will live in Geneva. New Physician on Duty at Hospital Dr. Paul M. Duffy? son of Dr. Benedict Duffy, of Rochester, has reported at Thompson hospital as resident physician, to serve at least two months and possibly until July 1, according to Miss Helen F. Dannahe, superintendent. A graduate of the medical school at Marquette university, Milwaukee, Dr. Duffy served in the Navy and since returning has interned 1 at St. Mary's nr.d Strong Memorinl hospitals, Rochester. He hopes to return to Strong Memorial for a year of study in pathology. Dr. Duffy comes to the hospital through the provisions of the Council of Regional Hospitals, of which the local hospital is a member, for a general rotating service. Hospital President Gives Club Paper "Voluntary Hospital Care" was the theme of a paper presented by John D. Hamilton last evening at !he January meeting of the Canandaigua Scientific association, at which Mrs. Hamilton was hostess at their home in North Main street. The reader stressed the necessary service the voluntary hospital provides for the good of the community and traced the history of hospitals down through the years, including pertinent facts on the local F. F. Thompson hospital, which he nqw serves as president. Farm, Home, 4-H Directors to Meet The association of Farm Bureau. Home Bureau ' and · 4-H directors will meet Monday at 1:15 at Hotel Canandaigua for !he annual reorganization meeting. Prior to the afternoon sessions each group will meet separately at the court house at 11 a. m. and then adjourn to the hotel for lunch. Election of a 23rd member to the board of directors and an association treasurer will be included in the business session. The memoranda of agreements will be adopted and a program for the year will he drafted. Winner of Pie Event Competes At Rochester Jane Day, Ontario county winner in the 4-H apple pie baking eon- i test, is competing for final honors j today at the 93rd annual Horticul- I tural Society meeting in Rochess- ! ter. The contest began at 9 a. m. | and girls from Monroe, Niagara, Orleans and Wayne counties are I participating. j Yesterday four county 4-H girls. Lois Oilman, Ann Fox, Hax.el Bo\v- dren and Anna Olmstead and their leader, Mrs. Melvin Olmstead visited the Rochester show along with Edward W. Cockvam, county 4-H leader. The girls helped serve guests at the show who visited the 4-H app!" snack booth which offered hot spiced apple juice and applesauce cake. Little booklets containing apple recipes were distributed to patrons by 4-H members from five counties wiio sponsored the booth. -Prior to visiting t h e show the group ate dinner in Rochester and then visited WHAM studios where j they arrived in time t o see a re- j hearsal of one of the early morn! ing shows. Tomorrow the 4-H executive committee will meet at the court house at 10:30 to complete last year's projects and set up a new work program for 194S. Vicinity Churches iUJSHVILLE Congregational -- Worship service, 10:45; Sunday School, 12 p. m.; Young Peoples' meeting, 6 p. m. GOKIIAM Presbyterian - Rev. Alvin Straub of Rocb.es.ter will speak at the morning sen-ice. REED CORNERS Congregational -- Morning service, 10:30; Sunday school. 11:30; Vesper clu,b, 7;3Q. . ·: . no i UttL Paint Store THEY LAUNDER LS4E A lUSRCHIEF ·NURSES · BEAUTICIANS · WAITRESSES Rayon jersey that wears. so well, launders so easily. Tie simply tailored style we've sold so many of. White and tearose. Sizes 32 to 44.. Sizes 4(» to 5 IUNIT STORE 203 South Main St. Annual Wood Library Meeting Tuesday Election of a new president to succeed George McG. Hayes, resigned,'will be a feature of the annual meeting of the Wood Library association at the lihrary Tuesday at 4 p. m. Other officers will be named and reports of officers, the librarian and committee chairmen will be presented. FREE TO EXPECTANT MOTHERS A C o n c i s e e d u c a t i o n a l b o o k l e t o n p r e n a t a l a n d n e w b o r n c a r e To show our interest in the welfare of expectant riibthe?». we are furnishing, without cost or obligation, the booklet' MATERNAL and NEWBORN CARE, written by an; outstanding specialist. - 64 pages of educational text witb- 29 illustrations, charts and graphs. A helpful guide for all expectant mothers. ; THE WINSHIP PHARMACY Ray F. Winship, Ph. G. 142 South Main St. Phone 28 Saturday items: NBC--11 a. m. Meet the Meeks: 3 p. m. Orchestras of Nation, Charleston, W. Va., symphony; 6:."30 NBC symphony; 8:30 Truth or Consequences; 10 Kay Kyser show . . . CBS--1:30 County Fair; 3:30 Cross Section: USA, taxes; 5 Philadelphia or-, chest ra: 7:30 A he Burrows song:: 9:30 Vaughn Monroe, Col. Stoop . . . ABC--11 a. m. Abbott and| Costello; 12:30 p. m. American; Farmer; 1 p. m. opera, Lily Pons in "Lucia Di Lammemoor;" '!:45 Tea and Crumpets; S Ross Dolan' Detects . . . MBS--10:30 a. m. Ozark Valley folks; 3:30 p. m. Macalester Singers; 5:30 True or- Falsf q u i z ; 7 Hfnvnii Calls: 9 Stop: Me Gag .-how. Drowning Victim's Funeral Tomorrow CANALI'S GLASS SHOP (Rear Green Front Rest.) ru S39 Niagara St. Phone 209-Mf)j Of Fine Quality I . . . · · . . in a large assortment of lovely styles and covers many with footstools to match LOUNGE OCCASIONAL PLATFORM ROCKERS ALL GREATLY REDUCED "» REG. PRICE $28.50 . . $32.50 . . $45.00 . . $49.50 . . SALE $OO50 $ $ $ 22 26 36 39 00 00 SO REG. PRICE S59.50 $64.50 $72.50 $79.50 SALE Reg. $89.50 . . . . . Sale CARSON FURNITURE CO. QUALITY FOR THE HOME OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT r , .,, 71 South Main Street Be Surje.to Ste the Kiwanis Minstrels . . . January 26-27 Phone 256-M

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