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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Canandaigua, New YorkPage two tuesday july 18, 19g7 the daily messenger Canandaigua new York by Heloise Cruse dear folks Bailies Are Louglin and Many Are loss bul i Don l a link 1 Ever heard of Many women permanently winning the Battle of the Loicl bowl ring have you i to link i found the cause to 90 per cent of our roubles. I have been making tests in hard water areas lately and most of this kind of water leaves rings of discolorations and stains. These Are definitely caused by Miner in the water which none of us can do too much about. But. We can Lake the lop of the tank off and see what s Down inside. 1 nearly dropped dead when i saw what was in two of them. One Lank Bottom was covered with hard mud and Liny bits of built up minerals. The other was loaded with Orange rust in Pic Bottom and he sides were completely coated with in. This is whal caused thai Dis coloured Bow each week. If inc Bottom of the tank is covered with minerals and rust in stands to reason thai some of in is bound to end up in the bowl. So let s go clean Oul those water Lanks. Pick up As much of the hard residual As possible with your hand. Then use an old sponge and iry to pick up what s left. I did and so can Yoli. Wipe All the discoloration of the insides. Gals thai water is going to be so Muddy looking Hal you will wonder where the Bottom want now snarl hushing. Not once but lots of times. Each time wipe the inside with the sponge again until All the disco Oralio comes off. This May also be cleaned with scouring powder plan to attend this free lecture subject the value of a spiritual Outlook lecturer Paul a. Erickson of Chicago Illinois member of the Board of lectureship of the Mother Church Hie first Church of Christ scientist in Boston Massachusetts. Time thursday july at . Place congregational Church 58 North main Street Canandaigua new York auspices of first Church of Christ scientist Canandaigua new York Alren just flush again until it s spanking clean. I Cross my heart Hal if you gel this Job done that Loisel bowl won t get stained so quickly. And to my Way of thinking i d much rather clean put the. Water Lank once in a Blue Moon than inc bowl every Day. So pour yourself a Nollier cup of Coffee Lake a deep breath and go open that tank you la probably find your troubles right in the Bottom. A Lac Lois dear Heloise while travelling this summer if you find a Prilly or unusual Slone that you would like to keep Wash in and then Coal in with Clear varnish. 11 can be used As. A paper weight and al the same Lime a reminder of a fun vacation. Mariann dear Lac Lois i have a lip for All new Moth ers. I can Lake my iwo month Oil anyplace without hesitation because i know he will never cry. The i Ricc is carrying a Jar of baby fruit with me. I dip inc tip of Liiv pacifier in the fruit then give Illo him hell slay Content even past Botlic Lime if necessary. It s not Only Good for him bul it s great for my nerves. Becky Phillips mrs. Richard Boardman Jane Jaskiewicz dear in Eloise after pulling your hair by for a Home Rise a sure Tali hair band around your head in front of the rollers and tuck in behind your ears. You d be amazed How much solution does not run Down your face As these stretch bands Are very absorbent. Also you can tuck Cotton or issues Between stretch band and hairline to further Cut Down drips. Tat l Eit Cli classified ads for results teachers recite vows in Buffalo Church Manchester the marriage of miss Jane Juskiewicz daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Jaskiewicz of Buffalo to Rich Ard Boardman of Rochester son of or. And mrs. John p. Boardman Manchester took place saturday at 11 . In St. John Gualbert Church Buffalo. The Rev. Edward Synowiak officiated at Hie double ring cer Emony before an Allar decorate j with Gladioli and pompous. Michael Slominski was organist. The Bride Given in marriage f her father was attired in a 11 length a line gown of while Nen fashioned Wil h a scoop Eckline. The Elbow length Eeves lower bodice and hem be were trimmed with Venice be. The detachable train was Lapel length. Her bouffant veil ii from a pc al Headpiece. Sherriod a bouquet of while bul rely orchids and lilies of the Alley. The Bride s attendants were Cousin miss Patricia Rogul i of Detroit maid of onor mrs. Carol Nowinski Buffalo Matron of Honor and to. James Romeiser of Shirls Lac sister of the bridegroom bridesmaid. They were Allied in a line owns fashioned Wilh while lace Empire bodices and Pink Linen Kirts. They wore Mal Ching headpieces and carried bouquet a f White Shasta daisies entered lib Pink Flowers. Best Man was Joseph Board Man of Rochester. Ushers were Villiam Boardman of Albany of Rochester and Thomas Jaskiewicz of Bufalo brother of the Bride. Mrs. Jaskiewicz chose a beige Ace dress Wilh Matching acres series for her daughter s wed Ding. Her Corsage was acc Weet cart roses. The Bride room s Mother was Allied in a lire piece Pink rib knit Sui with Light Pink accessories. Her Orsage was Pink roses. A reception following the Cere Mony at Hearthstone Manor in Cheektowaga was attended by approximately 200 guests. Afulei a trip to Bermuda or and mrs. Boardman will live in Airport. The Bride a graduate of stat pm a Cisily College at Cortland s a Leah or in fail port Senio Tigh school. The bridegroom gradual a of red jacket Central school and the stale universit1 College , is a Leach or in Pill Ford Junior Ullig prenuptial events included Amily Shower Given by the Brid Sisters mrs. James Flome scr of Shortsville and mrs Donald Vienna of Manchester al the Home of his parents an a rehearsal party Given by i parents at Holiday inn in Bufalo. Even in july Cadillac is the newest car you can buy. Wilh All of its Richness and elegance Superb Comfort and truly exceptional driving current Cadillac is always regardless of year or season the newest car you can buy. This is indisputably Siruc of Llic 1967 stand. Ard of he world. Cadillac s highly advanced engineering exemplified both by the front wheel drive al Actwood Eldorado and the eleven Oiler exciting Cadillac models still remains years ahead of its Lime. In terms of handling Case and quiet performance no other car is the cd dual of the world s most a Oulu Afler luxury automobile. There s also Cadillac s tasteful evolutionary styling a significant reason Why Cadillac of All Ages Are recognized As Cadillac regardless of heir year of manufacture. And testifying to ibis almost timeless Appeal is Cadillac s remarkably High resale value. Two and free year old even some of the earlier in greater demand Han Many Oiler automobiles Lylial Are presently in production. So visit your authorized Cadillic dealer at your very first Opp Orlunus. You la quickly Dis cover that Here s nothing newer than a new Cadillac Standard of the world see your authorized Cadillac dealer s attractive selection of new and used Cadillac. Thomas Phillips corporation 21 Parrish Street Canandaigua new York bridal apparel available in . Stores new York up the making and Sale of bridal towns and Row is has become a very big business in the United one knows exactly How Accord ing to James co Tyone. Executive manager of inc Grodal and bridesmaids apparel association. According to government cures there Are about 1.8 Lillion marriages in the United tales in a year he for certain but perhaps 68 to 70 per cent of Icse Are first marriages. About 40 per cent or f Hie brides become customers the bridal shops across in land. Of these shops 1.000 re in department stores. The Cost Are the size of the e seen from the fact that new Ork City classified phone directory lists nearly a whole age of manufacturers and wholesalers of wedding gowns and bridal crowns and All the and usury in t in new York by by Means. How far away we. Arc from in Day when the girl made her in wedding bridal gown or had made by the family dressmaker May be seen easily old timers Tell us that in be first decade of this. Century ice probably were not 50 Tores in the country that sold Cerbone said. Naturally factory production f wedding gowns has brought a Egurce of standardization in Rice. Cerbone said the most popular Price Range this year is 100 to at retail. Retail rices for full length Man fac ured wedding gowns Start at bout and go up to in lie More expensive gowns part f Price usually is for White Mink trip Riding. Ballerina length gowns that and just below lie knee Are Heaper but tar less popular. Oflyn the bridesmaids car Ballerina length gowns while the Bride wears the Sonja but never inc reverse in he Bride wears a Short gown ice bridesmaids must Cerbone said., the girl who in t sent Menla enough to want to keep Sci a adding gown can rent a More expensive gown than she Couk afford to buy from Many Brida shops. Satin popular White Satin still is Buscc universally for. Wedding gowns some Are All natural silk Satin jut More Are combinations o natural silk and synthetic finer in the last year or so Whit satins with metallic Luster Sheen created by weaving Gold b Silver coloured thread Inlo Thi fabric have become increasingly popular for bridal gowns. Colors for bridesmaids gown Are usually chosen by the Brid for a formal wedding. The of custom of having a Rai Bov Cluster of maids. Gowned o rocked in different colors Sli is popular. But there Are mor and More weddings in which a the maids Wear Hie same color but never White Cerbone said for a june wedding Ligh colors Are favored for the bridesmaids for an autumn o Winter wedding Darker Riche colors such As Ruby red an Emerald he said. Birth record a daughter to or. And mrs. Gary Devereu 1180 York St., Ilon Eoye Falls in Thompson Hospital july 14, 19s7. A son to or. And mrs. Donald Bowman 01 pleasant St., Canandaigua in Thompson hos Pital july 15, 1967. For summer Comfort upholster your dining room chairs Wilh Neally lacked plastic film. Advertisement deaf Man perfects Mill get transistor hearing Aid if you can hear people talk and can t make out the words clearly then this May be the answer. An extremely Small hearing Aid using a Liny energized unit has been perfected by a Man lib himself is hard of hearing and has been for Over 10 years if interested in is suggested you write a. W. Civell 261c a Sui Erie a. You will receive full in formation al no Cost or obligation we Alsover. Adv. 1wiis. Bradfo Ltd w. Morgan Charlolle Hall Charlotte Hall wed to Cincinnati Man . St. Peter s Ipi Scopal Clinich was the set ing saturday for inc marriage of miss Cal Violle Elizabeth Hall o Bradford w. Morgan of Cincinnati Ohio. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Bruce Kolley main si., and . Hall of new York cily. The parents of he bridegroom Are or. And mrs. A. Bradford Morgan of Dryden. The double ring ceremony was performed at 2 . By the Rev. Joel Novey of the Episco pal diocese of Rochester. The Bride Given in marriage her step father Bruce l. Kel Ley chose a floor length gown of Ivory Pau de sole in a line Empire style with embroidered bodice accented with seed pearls and a full length Iran. Her fingertip vein of illusion was caught to a heart shaped Crown of lace and seed pearls. She carried a Cascade of Christ lilies Slep Zanolis and Ivy. Miss Joann Wilkinson of East Bloomfield the maid of Honor and the Matron of Honor mrs. Lynn e. Johnson of Ter of the Bride wore identical floor length gowns of sea Spray Green Chiffon Over taffeta fashioned with lace bodices Empire waistlines and flowing Chiffon trains. They carried cascades of miniature Pink carnations. Rolf e. Christensen of Phila Delphia was the Best Man. Ushers were j. Andrew Hall or. Of Cortland brother of the Bride and Lawrence Morgan of Den brother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Kelley gown of hoi Pink voile with while acres series for her daughter s wed Ding., the bridegroom s Mother wore a gown of Pale Pink Wilh while acres Sarics. Their coi sages were White camellias. A reception for of guests was held at tranholm East inn in Victor. The Bride is a graduate of Bloomfield Central school and Aniot Ogden Hospital school of nursing al Binghamton. She al so studied of Florida slate uni. Verily in Tallahassee. She has teen employed at Thompson Hospital Canandaigua. The a 1s67 graduate of Cornell Uris verily is in rolled1 in the graduate school of he University of Virginia. He is presently nil associate Proctor and Gamble in Cincin Nati. Prenup Liall affairs included a variety Shower Given by mrs. Bruce Elle a Shower by miss Joann Wilkinson and mrs. Robert Burnett rehearsal dinner at Holloway House Given by the bridegroom s parents. Social notebook by Catherine e. Welch Mary Tilla pie1il Clifton Springs the engagement of miss Mary Ella Piehl to Harry j. Coon is announced by her parents or. And mrs. John Piehl of Clindon Springs. Or. Coon is he son of or. And mrs. Lesler Coon of Cliflon Springs formerly of Glen Falls. The Bride to be is a graduate of Clifton Springs Cen t r a 1 school. Her Fiance served four years in the us Navy. Both arc employed at Clifton Springs Hospital. The wedding is planned in september. Greenwood 346 e. Lake Road dining room open daily no reservations mrs. Burl t. Be Mlejne 58 Parrish St., has returned from a three weeks trip to yellow Stone National Park and the grand tetons. Miss Marjorie Thomas Faulk Ner was the weekend guests of her cousins or. And mrs. Lee 88 Howell St. Mrs. Mary Jane Chambers Wilmette el., has been the. Guest or a week of miss Mary m. N. Main St. Or. And mrs William w. Win ship daughter miss son Jonathan Hopewell Cen Ter rd., have returned from a two weeks sojourn al Lake mor Raine Hamilton. Women s Relief corps Gar will meet in Lincoln Rochester social rooms wednesday at . Deli blk while daughter of or. And mrs. Albert , jr., 19 Dungan St., saturday from Camp a Iwano girl Seoul Camp in Owasco Lake where she has been spending iwo weeks. Frederick a. Mckee lie jr., new York cily spent the week end Wilh mrs. Mckechnie at their summer Home West Lake Shore to attend the Benham Schwartz deriding. Or. Anil mrs. Howard j. Sam play East Rochester saturday night and had dinner Wilh the Star. Gig Young. Or. And mrs. Wayne m. Wall de Errald Beach fla., arc spending some time with or. And mrs. Gregory Wall 40 sen Eca drive. Or. And mrs. Algol s. Olson and children Edward John and urls Smith rd., saw the the Odd in Yvonne 256 fort Hill ave., have returned from a trip to Canada and expo 67, Montreal. Or. And airs a. Hubert Tup pen Wayne n.j., formerly of Canahl Ligua have moved to 25 Rensselaer dr., Pill Ford. He is with general dynamics corp. Jacqueline and Jaq Aulne twin daughters of i and mrs. How Ard j. Smith rd., Are attending Spruce lands Camp Java Center until aug. 20. Bobbi Samuels jr., showed her horses Shannon and Demark at the horse show in Ontario. Mrs. James 0. Auk West ave. And mrs. Albert Gene Seo have been spending sever al Days in Burlington i. Or. And sirs. Carvel Teft and son jr., formerly of Ulica spent the weekend Wilh her parents or. And mrs. Lud wig Mayer Lake Shore a Roule to to Cir new Home in Binghamton. Ludwig p. Mayer Buffalo also spent the weekend Wilh his parents. By of highs feted at parly Bristol Valley approximately to persons attended the Farewell parly sunday al the Federated Church in Honor of or. And mrs. Alvin Brough who plan to move to Florida late this month. A dec taxed cake entered the serving table which was Decora Ted arid Bou cruets of while mums Pink snapdragons and of her seasonal Flowers. Face against. Chipping applying a thin layer Petroleum jell i carnival set for Hospital fund a carnival will be held Friday afternoon for the Benefit of the Thompson fund. Terry Walker and Janet co chairmen event to be held at inc Home of or. And mrs. Harry Gosper 34 Chapel St., from 1 id 4 . Attractions will include games for which prizes awarded toys and refreshments. Household hints Ullert press International fixing up a boat Means being outdoors and exposed to Chilly weal her. Protect hands and by of t avoid crease Marks use press Lype or clothes pin. Type hangers for Skirls and pants holders for trousers. 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