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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Canandaigua, New YorkDaily messenger Canandaigua new York monday december 20, 1963 Page five social notebook by Catherine e. Welch Dennis to. Moore Sophomore at Thiac a College is with his or. And mrs. Burton c. Moore 29 Circle dr., for he holidays or. And mrs. Rodney s. Wil Bur and sons Jarries and Rod West Lake Road attended the wedding in Bethlehem pa., saturday of her Nephew John d. Agnew Rochester a senior at Lehigh University and miss Joan lease of Bethlehem. Miss Karen Wilbur arrives Home to Day from it. Holyoke College South Hadley mass., for Christmas vacation. The port Hamlin miss. Mary Lee Fletcher daughter of or. And mrs. Leland Flether 292 s. Main is Home from Morrisville agricultural and technical col lege for the to iday recess. Mrs. Vannie is. A Banes m Arlington pk., entertained the chatter club at a Christmas party wednesday evening. Gifts were exchanged and refresh ments served. Bridge prizes went to the hostess miss mar Garet Smith and mrs. Noble c. Miller. The e next meeting Jan. 5. Mrs. William m. Holloway 85 Park ave. Barker St. Lawrence University Canton is with him. And mrs. Herbert Barker 50 Bristol St., for the holidays. . Ana mrs. Bernard 0. Pon Tius 168 Gibson St., Are spend ing the holidays with their daughter mrs. Robert p. Bau Man and children Bradley Bryan and Beth Lee Cincinnati Ohio. I mrs. John f. Southworth 237 Canter St., left today to spend the holidays with her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. William Rayburn and family a Bany. Frank h. Hamlin 47 Gibson and Sher Rod Hamlin Bloomfield . Will Fly from Newark . Air thursday to join mrs. At the Home of her Mother mrs. Vivian q. Ricks Canton miss. Mrs. Hamlin will return with them after Christ Mas. Richard Davis University of Michigan Anne Arnor and Ronald Davis Bucknell univer sity Lewisburg a. Sons of or. Arid mrs. Daniel Davis vet erns Hospital grounds Are Home for the Christmas recess. Frederick c. Schroback jr., Ithaca College is with his parents or. And mrs. Frederick a Chrobeck 65 Dorset dr., for the Holiday vacation. Miss Carol e. Burden w. Gibson St., leaves wednesday by. Plane for Boynton Beach f.la., to. Spend the holidays her sister mrs. Harry e. Dean and or. Dean. Or Anil mrs. Wayne d. Guy and sons Gregg Robert and Michael have moved from 159 Gibson St., to their new Home 24 Saddleback he. Or. Pad mrs. Hobert Mcdonald and family Mario purchased the Gibson St. House. He is with away inc. Miss Marlon Vassar College , arrives wednesday for the Christmas vacation with her parents or and mrs. Arthur s. Hamlin 29 Gibson St. Rev., and mrs. Richard h. Bowen 116 Park pi., Are expect ing their brother and sister or. And mrs. Farnam j. Bowen Kenwood and her sister miss Mary men Hadley mass wednesday for. Over. Christmas. Bliss Nancy Norman Daugh Ter of mrs Oliver Norman was Lake Home from Gen see Hospital school of nursing Rochester for the holidays. Or. And mrs Peter Summit ., will be guest Over christinas of his parents or. And a. Ben son 63 Chapin St. Or. And mrs. Griffith j. Win Throp 72 Gibson St., leave thursday to spend Christmas with their son in Law and Daugher or. And mrs. , ind family Boston mass. Miss Michael Merrill Daugher of or. And mrs. Malcolm m. Merrill West Lake Hoad is expected wednesday from Monti Ello College Godfrey 111. For he Holiday recess. Ludwig up. Mayer Parsons College Fairfield Iowa is spending the Holiday vacation with his and mrs. Ludwig Mayer 148 n. Main St. Or. And Tefft and son Carvel Utica Are expected thursday to be guests of her parents or. And mrs. Mayer for the holidays. Waller a. St wart Bristol conn., has been spending Sev eral Days with his Sisters misses Peggy Helen Contance and Hill Earcle Stewart 55 fort Hill ave. Miss Anne m. Mckevitt 120 n. Main St. Will be the guest Over Christmas of her sister mrs. William Martin Auburn. Miss Helen Wohlke 120 n. Main St. Leaves thursday to spend the holidays with her Sis main St., leaves thursday to Ter mrs. Jerry Burkholder Pandora Ohio. Two Home units to meet today Only two Ontario county Home demonstration units Wil take time out of Holiday preparations for unit meetings during the week of 20, according to mrs. Margaret t Zimmerman county Home dem is ration agent. Units Wil loot today As follows Cheshire unit . A in Cheshire Church Christina Darty. Farmington Chapel unit 30 . With mrs. Leon o meal Shortsville Christma arty. Miss Marjory Clapper i n charge of arrangements. Miss Faith Tysinger assist ant county Home demonstrate agent for the Ontario count Extension service association vill appear on the morning Ca Sundar to program Over Chan Nel 5, Syracuse starting at . Her topic this week i e Buffet service. House too Small Holiday company no need to remodel. Reserve rooms for your guests at Canam Langaa inn the finest costs no More single rooms from o double rooms from to Fainuu. Rates no charge for children 10. Meals served daily 7 . To 2 ., o 9 pm. Canandaigua inn 39.4-1353 Freddie George at the piano tiics., thiirs., sat., 9 close. Turkey plentiful at same prices turkeys Are plentiful Thi year and retail prices for hoi Day Birds average about the same As they did in 1964, ports mrs. Margaret t. Zim Merman Home demons ratio agent for the Ontario county Extension service association. The 1965 crop of turkeys is sex peeled to. Total about 104 Diillio Birds which is five per above last year s number an the second largest crop on fee Amily returns rom Pakistan or. And mrs. B. Felix Meinik Eim and children Erik and Eanette Are Enro Ute to the United states in West Pakistan. Mrs. Meinikheim is the daughter of irs. Stuart a. Lake Road. During the recent India Stan hostilities mrs. Meinik Eim and children were evac u Ted by plane to Tehran where Tiey have resided in a hotel unil leaving for their Home in Cascade locks Oregon Satur Lay. Meinikheim an Engineer with an irrigation project remained n Lahore during the conflict. Gar no Bowker vows heard in Vine Valley Church Rushville the marriage of. Miss Suzanne Bowker Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Harold e. Bowker 620 East Lake rd., Rushville and Edward l. Gar no Canandaigua re son of mrs. Mary Matos of Shortsville took place saturday dec. 4 at 7 . In the Vine Valley meth Odist Church. Rev. William Jenkins per formed the double ring Cere Money before the altar decorated with Pine boughs Palms and bouquets of White and yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. Walter Robeson was organist. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a Street menu of the week by Margaret Zimmerman Home demonstration agent deck your Halls with boughs f Holly and your tables with Iny Candy frosted Trees. The Orest of Christmas Trees around or special Holiday is certain o add a Gay and festive note o All your party tables during his Bright season. Made of ice Cream Cones that Lave been frosted and decorated Voth miniature candies these Trees form a fresh and Perky setting for our Holiday inspired Rainbow Cheny . Arrange the Trees around a featured dish use them As a Bright Juffet Centrepiece or give them he place of Honor on the Man lie Whei Ever they stand during he they la add to the fun and color of the occasion. This pretty is a fanciful confection of Cherry filling whipped Cream and delicately coloured miniature marshmallows that makes one think of the goodies and sugarplum of Christmas Long ago. Its spark Ling red Cherry filling topped with a Cloud of whipped Cream and marshmallows looks and tastes truly delicious yet can bal made in a very Short time. Ord. In selecting Frozen Turkey mrs. Zimmerman advises be sure that the wrapper is not torn or broken and that the Bird is still solidly Frozen. In selecting fresh Turkey be sure that the skin Anc waxy in appearance with few. Pin feathers and no bruises or discoloration nor any torn places on the skin. Serve it with steaming cups of fragrant Coffee or spiced Tea to friends who come to help you trim your tree and stay to and mire Timeir efforts. This Rainbow Cherry will surely be a much in the limelight As lire inkling tinsel Hung lice affect desert to act As you merry greeting to e group. Rainbow Cherry 1 unbaked 9-Inch Shell 1 no. 2 can cups Cherry filling cup milk 2 cups coloured miniature marshmallows 1 cup heavy Cream whipped fill Shell with filling Ake in a 425 degree k. Oven for 5 minutes. Cool and chill. Hea ilk almost to boiling. And marshmallows and stir unti Ley Are softened and partially melted. Cool. Fold into whippet Ream. Spread Cream mixture ver top of chilled . Astel Christmas tree Forest using the Leaf tip from Ai aerosol can of decorator s Frost no cover the front and sides o Waffle Cone with pastel Frost no leaves. Make petals from Dolored miniature1 Marshina own Cut into thin slices with scissors. Join tops of petals t orm a Star. Arrange one Sta in top of each Cone and scatter remainder Over sides of Cone lace Cones on sugar cookie and put a frosting ruffle Aroun ase if desired. Loveliest jewel look on any exquisitely designed flowering pins and Matching earrings All in Golden or Platinum toned with Lustrous simulated pearls. Pick one or Many. Each jeweler so. Main St. Canandaigua. , Engle gown of White Satin and Waist length veil of belgian Ace. She carried a bouquet of hit Rose buds. The maid of Honor miss Cynhia Lashier wore a Midnight Hie Street length taffeta dress Vith Black accessories and a Orsage of yellow baby mums. Robert Webster or. Of Middle sex was Best Man Ushers were Jeorge Vanhooft of Shortsville and Paul Smithem Canandaigua re. The Bride s Mother wore a Lue Ami Gold brocade dress Vith Gold accessories. The Solher of the bridegroom chose Blue lace Over taffeta Vith Black accessories. Their Orsages were yellow mums. The ceremony was followed in a reception in the Chirich so Ial room. A three lie Reil cake Lent Rcd the serving table. Both the Bride and Bride Groom Are 1964 graduates of Middlesex Valley Central school the Bride has been pm byed As typist clerk for the Lonroe county department of social welfare. The bridegroom s employed at Papec machine of. Shortsville. They Are living on Chapin rd., Canandaigua. Prenuptial events included variety showers Given by mrs. Sarge f. Foe Canandaigua re 4 and mrs. Albert Lashier and daughter miss Cynthia Rushville re. Mrs. Shaw Heads Rushville Oes rushv1lle mrs. Merle Shaw was elected Matron of Fino Gewone chapter order of Eastern Star at the meeting wednesday evening attended by 33 members and one guest. Other officers elected Are Herbert Frankish Patron mrs. Phil Shepard associate Matron Allen Seeley associate Patron mrs. Maurice Bay Secretary mrs. F. J. Blodgett treasurer mrs. Jay Clark conduct Ress mrs. Wilfred Kennedy associate conduct Ress mrs. Howard Moore trustee for three years. The newly elected and appointed officers will be installed at the next meeting Jan. 12. A Tureen dinner at . Will precede the business meet ing at 8 . The dinner com Mittee includes mrs. Fayette Hughner mrs. Esther Lippin Cott mrs. Ralph Martin mrs. Mildred Meade mrs. Donald Phelps and mrs. Herbert Tyler. Mrs. Leo Covel former Mem Ber of the Canandaigua Chap Ler was received into member ship in the Rushville chapter. Birth record a daughter to or and mrs. George Jackson Atlanta in Thompson Hospital dec. 11 1965. Girl scouts begin Holiday activities Manchester Junior Gril scout troop 113 and Brownie girl scouts of troop 303 of the red jacket neighbor Hood opened their Holiday sea auxiliary holds Christmas party Rushville the auxiliary of the Rushville fire department held its Christmas party recently in the american legion Home. Mrs. Thomas Gorman was in charge of dec orations for the event attended by 27 members and two guests. The dinner was followed by games and distribution of gifts. Secret pals were revealed and names drawn for the coming year. It was reported that More than 100 cans of Candy had been sold by the members. The auxiliary has collected for the Rochester Haemophilia Chap Ter. Three Cash prizes will be awarded by the auxiliary in the Christmas Home decoration contest. The next meeting of the auxiliary will be thursday Jan. 13. Mrs. Fenton Lee and mrs. Charles Linkner will be in charge of refreshments. Son with a flurry of All taking place recently in the methodist Church Manchester. In the afternoon they presented a play the first Christ Mas Hose to which their parents were invited. They used costumes and props made at troop meetings. Junior scouts were shepherds with Claudia Hessney As chief of the Shep herds. Karen Thompson pro traded Rachel and Mari to Kire Kelahar guardian Angel with the brownies at the Angel chorus. The girls also held a refresh ment party for their guests Dur ing which Vicki Frasca was mrs. Santa Claus Bonnie Hotchkiss Santa s Helper and Sanra Monroe a Christmas package. After a mexican Pinata Romp a Turkey dinner was served. The girls having made up their own men of Turkey and they were assisted by mrs. Harold Fletcher Leader of the juniors and mrs. Kenneth Thompson Brownie Leader. Assistant leaders and mothers who also helped were mrs. Wil Liam Datthyn mrs. Gerald but ton mrs. William Schwartz mrs. John Farrell jr., mrs. George Cole mrs. Edward Monroe and mrs. John Debrock. African Violet club East Bloomfield the Christmas meeting and party of the Friendly african Violet club will be held thursday at 8 . With mrs. Harry t. Sweeney South Avenue. Mrs. Camille Hicks is co hostess. Instead of a gift Exchange members will bring Cash contributions for care packages to be sent to a korean orphanage. Do society meets the do society had its Christmas party and. Luncheon wednesday at the Canandaigua inn. There were 20 members present. A comfortable was awarded to mrs. Reed Nixon. Mrs. Stanley Meade of Bristol Street will have the next do meeting on Jan. 5. Jeweler 163 so. Main St. . Every night until 9 101 for late santas priced from to classified ads for results Giraud Perregaux particular for the men on your list watches travel clocks desk clocks Man size Ash trays cocktail shakers Martini mixers bar novelties pocket lighters. Cigarette cases cigarette boxes military Brush sets o Steak knife sets cuff links tie bars tie tacks key chains jewel boxes manicure sets leather wallets Money clips travel kits Beer tankards pen Pencil sets pocket secretaries pocket comb Case sets Lodge emblems Diamond rings Stone rings Monogram rings watch bands ice buckets desk table lighters transistor poke Kodak movie cameras Kodak slide cameras Kodak projectors for a lady s Christmas a. Automatic Date Indica Tor water resistant in 1ok Gold filled in 10k Gold filled wit i self winding movement. B. Charming Marquise shape 14k Gold c. 14k Gold synthetic sap Phore Crystal d. 8 full Cut diamonds 14k Gold synthetic Sapphire faceted Crystal. E. Self winding automatic Date indicator water resistant. With 14kgold top stainless steel Back. In stainless steel Trifari jewelry costume pins pearls evening bags earrings necklaces bracelets compacts jewel boxes lighters Dresser sets wallets Diamond rings key cases lockets picture frames boudoir clock manicure Case Fine China cups saucers Steak knives carving sets Fine China Fine Crystal Sterling flatware Silver bowls Silver trays Silver serving pieces table lighters Fine watches electric clocks cuckoo clocks Diamond. Religious medals rosaries imported stainless holloware Charm bracelets Kodak cameras Krementz Fine jewelry jeweler , and for the children watches birthstone rings lockets wallets Cross Chain key chains watch bands picture frames feeding spoons military sets transistor radios pen Pencil sets ident. Bracelets teething rings tie clip cuff links Signet rings Mem bracelets gift wrapping engraving free parking budget your payments take Many months to for All your gifts. I

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