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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Canandaigua, New York Vw1,v a we a a Vito ii Miu mjg Lillie a in Ali a in Gnu Muon ii or a sir re a or a ant. A Arnold a a us l7.m i Juniji amp of a nov. Law we a now users Are giving us reasons Why they believe in classified ads Cheshire 204,900 investors hold associated securities during the first five months Al iwo the total number of stockholders in the associated system increased 8% a reaching a total of 204,900�?remarkable growth during a period which has been marked by hesitancy in acquiring investments. Associated Gas and electric company Gold debenture Bonds a to yield Over 54%�?tney be by paying $10 with subscription and a similar pay mint monthly. Prien at Tho Market hut not to exceed $86. Wetor array Imir a neti ated or it my a a Rochester Gas and electric corporation Canandaigua n. Y. Cheshire a mrs albeit Rogers spent sunday with her Mother mrs. George Tozer who has been ill for several weeks. Floyd Mallory has purchased the local grocery store from mrs. George Mallory. Mrs. Harold Johnson and mrs. Fred Oage attended the Garden party at Sonnenberg in Canandaigua saturday. Evelyn Jones was the weekend guest of Vivian Gardner. Or. And mrs. Harry Brink of Rochester mrs. Fred Barnes and miss Laura Barnes motored to Kezuka College Bath and Hammonds-1 port sunday. The auxiliary will hold a baked goods Sale in the Square Market Canandaigua saturday. Mrs. Charles Penoyer and mrs. Frank Barnum who have been ill Are improving. Or. And mrs. Claude Snyder of Bristol Road have moved to the Home of mrs. John Curtis. Or. And mrs. M. N. Wood of Bristol Springs have been recent guests of mrs. William Carpenter and or. And mrs. Herbert Carpenter of mid j die Cheshire Road. Or. And mrs. William Rogers were recent evening guests of or. And mrs. Walter Case of Centerfield. I. And mrs. Frank Hall and Carl Strokirk attended the marriage of miss Charlotte Dewey of East Lake Road and Milton Hall saturday afternoon. Clifton class Day exercises Are on tonight governor Blacksnake to program for be honoured by Iroquois class Day at Lite i Naples Orange meets Naples a regular meeting of Naples Grange Liras held ill Grange Hall saturday evening. An a id time song service was conducted by John Buck. Ithaca a on june 28 on the Jonas Crouse chairman of Cornell Allegany reservation will occur an Indian Board of the Allegany Reser historic event when under the aus vation is chairman of the Dedica. N i program pice of the Seneca nation and the Tion committee and has invited All exercises to be state of new York a Monument will the six nations to attend the Dedi i a of i n i i \ i i Davidson amp son i i i i former $6.00 v Alues $098 3 former $8.50 values $ in 98 5 former $10.00 values 6 $z.98 All sizes but not in each style i set for wednesday and banquet thursday Clifton Springs a the Sermon to the graduating class of Clifton Springs High school was delivered last evening in the High school auditorium by Rev. Stanley i. Stuber pastor of the Baptist Church. The class Day program will be Given in the High school auditorium monday evening and the Public is invited to attend. Commencement exercises will be held wednesday evening in the auditorium. Rev. Irving a. Mcgrew chaplain of Hobart College and pastor of the local episcopal Church will be the speaker. F. Allen de Oraw president of the Board of education will present the diplomas to the graduates. The musical program will be in charge of Fred c. Or it Wett of Geneva. The festivities will close thursday evening with the alumni banquet at which the class of 1830 win be guests. Members of the graduating class Are miss Inger Newland president miss Alice Cost miss Marjorie Roth miss Dorothy Cornell miss Marion 8weeney, Clifford Wilson Orville Lagnor and Sidney wheat. The class has maintained an excellent Scholastic record and the average standing for the foul years is 85 per cent. Be dedicated to the famous Seneca councilor governor Blacksnake. The inscription will be As follows Quot on this spot lies the remains of de a Wani of alias governor Blacksnake born about the year 1737, died in the year 1859. He was one of the greatest War chiefs of the Seneca nation of indians. He warmly espoused the american cause during the struggle of 1770 in his later years he gave All his time and attention to the duties of his position among the senecas. He was in All respects strictly and absolutely honest and truthful and in j this particular he enjoyed the entire Confidence of both Indian and cation. Since Blacksnake did much for All the Iroquois and was greatly interested in better farming among the six nations. Walter Kennedy Presl school this held in auditorium evening Phelps water bends Phelps a Batchelder and company of new York were awarded the $63,000 Issue of 5.per cent forty year water Bonds of the Village of Phelps by the Board of trustees at its Friday meeting the bid being $103.38. J East Bloomfield class Dent of the joint Cornell boards in Day exercises for East Bloomfield cooperation with agricultural so High school will be held in the Cleties and homemakers clubs on school auditorium tonight. The pro All the reservations is arranging for Grain is As follows a big six nations picnic. March j. Elton Gilmore presi the speakers will include or. E dents address Anne Fitzmorris a. Bates advisor in Indian Exten class history Buell Arnold class Slon at Cornell University. At the prophecy Robert Taft address to request of the Federal government lie juniors Hilda Debow Junior a a _. Response Madeline Bush class will or. Bates has been granted a years Katherine Haw presentation leave of absence to help formulate Gladys Appleton class song Hilda a program of Indian education for m. Debow. Are Ann Fitzmorris Ruth Webb Olive Buell Hilda Debow Robert Taft Buell Arnold Katherin Haw and Gladys Appleton. Antral Kins ants we have teared of satisfied users who attest that Antral rids. The Home of ants Kelly hardware company a a a a a say my Mph a mum. Read the daily messenger the country As a whole. Holcomb East Bloomfield and mrs. O. Holcomb a or c. Rice entertained the following dred Demarest entertained the sen at dinner sunday sister Saint an for class of the High school at a Plena and sister Anna Patricia of Nic supper Friday on Canandaigua St. Joseph Hospital Elmira or. Lake. And mrs. George Rice and children or. And mrs. John Hill of Roch Myrtle and Billy of Canandaigua Ester were luncheon guests Satur mrs. William Spalding and we Day of or. Arid mrs. Elmer r. Wood. Ham Barry of Rochester Richard or. And mrs. Claude Mason enter Barry and family of Victor or. Tanned at their Home saturday even and mrs. Andrew Mcwilliams and son Edward and Frank Barry. Or. And mrs. Ellis hallowed r. L. Marshall and miss Olive Fletcher spent the weekend in Ithaca. Or. And mrs. Louis Purvis and miss Alice Cost with an average children of Caledonia and Harry Rev. Charles s. Shay of Rochester Cathedral delivered the Sermon to the graduating class of East Bloomfield High school sunday evening in the school auditorium. Father Shay j spoke on a the value of education. East Bloomfield a miss he the program was As follows class March hymn Quot follow the gleam Quot invocation Rev Roy f. Gamble scripture Reading and prayer Rev. O. C. Baker Solo a Trust in god Quot Fred Hina Sermon a the value of an education Quot Rev. I Charles s. Shay hymn a abide with me Benediction Rev p. A. Neville. The candidates for graduation of 92.3 per cent is the valedictorian and miss Marjorie Roth with an average of 91.5 per cent is the senatorial. Naples pm Early summer shoes thirty Days in Advance of our regular schedule a june event of major importance a an event that Means real savings on High class seasonable merchandise. Straps operas ties punched shoes coloured Kidskin snakeskin All sharply reduced to show important savings Mcwilliams of Mendon were sunday guests of misses Ann and Carrie Mcwilliams. The regular meeting of the Azu Likit club was held saturday afternoon in the Home of mrs. Howard Webb a picnic dinner being served. Progressive Pedro fur a a a wished entertainment prizes being miss Celia Maquire won by mrs. Ernest Webb mrs. Howard Webb and mrs. Richard Hodge. The club re organized for the coming year the first meeting to be held tuesday july i with mrs. William Farrell As hostess. Miss Virginia Meehan of Bristol is spending some time with or. And mrs. George Meehan. Or. And mrs. B. D. Alton of Freemont mich., and mrs. Frank Pierce and children of Lansing returned to their Homes Naples a celebrated her 80th birthday at the Home of mrs. Sarah Seamans where she lives Friday. Miss Maquire has been in poor health the past two years., mrs. W. G. Caton was in Roch Ester saturday f Weld Conley a student at Roch Ester University is Home with his y parents for the summer. A Frederick Gross of Bridgeport m conn., formerly of Naples is a guest mich., of friends in town. Saturday after spending several or. And mrs. John Dean will leave Days with or. And its. Frank Bird tuesday for an extended motor trip be in the West. Mrs. C. Miller and two sons who have been their guests for the past two weeks will return to Detroit with them. Or. And mrs. Reed Marshall and daughter Mary Eva and mrs. Peter Barbeau and son of Boston were weekend guests of or. And mrs. E. Marshall at their summer Home Granger Point. Canandaigua Lake. Mrs. Glenn Loomis will entertain american legion auxiliary will entertain delegation of Clifton Springs Geneva Shortsville and ing in Honor of miss Genevieve Kennedy. Miss Kennedy is to be mar j tied to William Mcmillan of Canandaigua next saturday. The senior class of East Bloomfield High school was entertained at dinner saturday evening at in Home of or. And mrs. N. Fisher. Misses Pauline Decker daughter of a Wand mrs. Howard Decker and Marian Decker daughter of or. And mrs. A. E. Decker were graduated thursday from Rochester City Normal. Their parents attended the exercises. Wesley Dibble will be graduated tuesday evening from Monroe Junior High school Rochester. Milton Dibble a student at Monroe Junior High Rochester is spending the summer with his Mother mrs. Mark Dibble. John Hamlin of Peddy preparatory school at height town n. J., is spending the summer at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. F. H. Hamlin. I miss Edith Dibble spent the weekend with her Mother mrs. Mark Dibble. Clifford Brown of Canandaigua spent the weekend with his Mother. Mrs. E. Fisk. I announcement Bill Wood formerly with Sesto Vecchi and Larry Thomas have opened a modern Barber shop. They solicit your patronage. Ladies9 haircutting a specially. Thomas amp Wood 6 Chapin Street Canandaigua n. Y. Officers elected by Bluebird club Cheshire a seven members of the Bluebird club attended the meeting last wednesday at which these officers were elected mrs. Floyd Mallory president mrs. Charles Penoyer vice president mrs. Murray Benham Secretary treasurer mrs. Harold Johnson Canandaigua auxiliaries at a county meeting in the Lodge rooms wednesday afternoon. Refreshments will be served. Or. And mrs. Jay Mason of Rochester and their guests or. And mrs. Verne Mason and daughter Mildred of Casper wyo., spent Friday with John Klinefeller and at Bridge wednesday afternoon at family. Her Home in South main Street. Or. And mrs. Charles Wilcox of c. E. Cornish is ill at his Home Macedon were sunday guests of in South main Street. Or. Wilcox a sister mrs. Zadie j assistant Secretary treasurer. Mcm or. And mrs. Lloyd Clairson will Boylan and mrs. William Sheehan i Bers of the Floral committee Are occupy the Lee Home at main and miss Barbara Mason wag a guest org v q Munson and mrs. Albert Ontario streets upon their return saturday of her grandparents or r0gers a and of the work committee from their honeymoon trip to and mrs. Levi Tiffany. Mrs. John Brahm and mrs. Mel Washington and Baltimore. Miss Ann Harrington was the Ville Montanye. Miss Cinda Watkins has received guest of Honor at a variety Shower quests at the meeting included Given Friday evening by miss m mrs Ted Dixon mrs. Leon Pierce Isabel Mckay. The color scheme org Pierce and mrs. How of Pink and White were used in the Ard Doolittle the next meeting of decorations throughout the House. The club will be held july 3 with cards furnished entertainment org Elbert Rogers As hostess prizes being won by miss Helen Boughten miss Harrington and miss Jane Birx. Miss Elizabeth Mahoney of Geneva entertained at a Linen Shower for miss Harring word of the serious illness of her sister mrs. Carrie Edmonds in grand rapids. Mrs. Edmonds was a former resident of this Village. Clifton Springs Clifton Springs a or. And mrs. Dudley m. Warner Are visiting ton saturday relatives in Michigan. Or. And mrs. William Thomp mrs. A. H. King and miss Sarah stun of Canandaigua were recent Adams Are on a ten Days motor guests of or. And mrs. George tour of the new England states. L. S. Caple and family Are having a vacation in Toledo. Or. And mrs. L. P. Conley entertained recently at dinner and Bridge at Wenn Kenna in Honor of r. A Anderson and daughter miss Libby Anderson and or. And mrs. Mar. Vin Anderson of Marion va., who o c. Rce Ana a a Are guests of or and mrs. W. P. Mrs. John Klinefeller Meehan. Or. And mrs. Dewey Whitney and children of Rochester were sunday guests of mrs. Dewey a parents or. And mrs. Arthur Tiffany. William Barry of Rochester was a weekend guest of or. And mrs. Injured child improves Seneca Castle a fifteen a Ray pictures show that Nelson Gul Vin 4, son of or. And mrs. Hobart Gulvin is not so seriously injured As was supposed at first. He is suffering from bruises and Shock in the Clifton Springs sanitarium where he was taken after being struck by an automobile last wednesday. His Mother is remaining with him. Public Sale As t Mustee of the estate of the late Mary a. Allen we will sell two family House two parcels of barn and land at 234-6 pleasant Street South City of Canandaigua n. Y. On saturday june 28 1930 at 2 p. M. Sharp Eastern Standard time House eight rooms and Bath each Side hot and cold water Gas and electricity recently re papered. Barn room for 3 automobiles. Lot on West Side of South pleasant Street approximately 49 1-2 feet front and rear and 169 feet deep. Also parcel approximately 50 by 65 feet adjoining rear of said lot on southerly Side. Premises known As 234-6 pleasant Street South. Terms to be announced at Sale. Reasonable Chase Money mortgage will be accepted. Pur right Arnold j. Emerson auctioneer reserved bid to reject any Ontario county Trust co. Trustee Rhudy. Or. And mrs. H. D. Converse attended Hie Converse family reunion saturday at Baker farm Genesee Valley Park Rochester. Or. Walter s. Thomas and or. Roger Hubbard Are in Detroit in attendance at the annual meeting of the american medical association. Members of the Raymond Bible i class of the methodist Church held their annual picnic at the cottage of mrs. E. Clum saturday afternoon. Miss Betty of Brian was the recent guest of or. And mrs. T. Flood. Miss Emma Cooley was tile recent guest of her brother h. B. Cooley of i Canandaigua. 1 miss Nora Keating has returned from Fayetteville. And mrs. J Ray Pennell have returned to their i Homes after spending several Days at Honeoye Lake. Mrs. Walter Given of a crop was a weekend guest of or. And mrs. Addison Wheeler. Lloyd and Lester Hall of East Rochester Henry Walran and sons Raymond and Jack were sunday callers of Wallace Mcwilliams. Or. And mrs. C. Fletcher were sunday guests of mrs. Fletcher a sister mrs. Henry Simmons of i West Walworth. Or. And mrs. Stanley Beeman and daughter Hazel of Gorham and or. And mrs. Alfred Rogers and daughter Elaine of Geneva were callers sunday of or. Anti mrs. Edward Mccarthy. Hopewell Grange invited Hopewell a Hopewell Grange has been invited to attend neighbors night of Academy Grange in Cheshire next Friday evening and asked to bring three potted plants three table bouquets and three bouquets of mixed roses to enter in the Flower show. Mrs. John Worden mrs. Michael Glickert and mrs. Earle Button were appointed a committee in charge of the Flowers from Hopewell Grange. Grangers having Flowers they wish to Send Are expected to notify one of the committee. Davidson amp son Quot the Best place to Trade after ally to Quot Tott Quot Utt Quot urfi Joitel Bystol n a wort 46 Roeg in saw Oruo mss conveniently in i a Lew mine Lea walk la All shopping and amusement centers yet Quant j fatuous table d flute restaurants luncheon 50cdinner 1$$. J aka a la carte Sims room single my double 3�?o fee by "4 Sun 4 Bath single 3_double 5&Quot per dog miss Ethel Moody gets pad. Degree Rushville a miss Ethel Moody daughter of or. And mrs e. L. Moody received her pm. D. Degree at Cornell University last week. She is a graduate of Wells College class of 1926. After a years study at Cornell she received her master s degree. She then taught mathematics and science at Wells for a year and received the Brooks Fellowship at Cornell. Miss Moody will spend the summer vacation with her parents Here in the fall she will assume her duties As teacher of mathematics and science at Sweet Briar College near Lynchburg a. Middlesex Valley league Stanley a Art Thomson continued to twirl the Stanley team to Victory in the Middlesex Valley league in saturdays game in which Stanley Defeated Atlanta by fhe score of 9 to 3. Thompson had 17 strike outs to his credit. As t result of saturdays game Stanley Heads the league. Games for saturday Are Naples at Stanley Atlanta at Middlesex and Branchport h Gorham. Fre e with every 5 gallon Purchase of Moore a first Quality paint we will give one gallon free during Day i. I ten from june 24th to july 5th Moore a House paint is made from very Best and most lasting pigments White Lead and French Zinc combined with pure linseed Oil. H. Kelly hardware co

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