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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Canandaigua, New York Death claims j. W. Wright 90, a. Bloomfield Pioneer in business life of w. N. Succumbs in Home today watch your family paper grow in strength and Power the daily messenger Canandaigua n. Y., monday june 23,1930. Page three or. And mrs. George w. Hamlin i and sons prank and Arthur of s Howell Street moved saturday to Glassheim their summer Home Seneca Point. 92 entered in baby show at Garden party or. And mrs. Alan a. Cook and children and mrs. Edward shove of Rochester will take Possession wednesday of their cottage Seneca i Point for the summer. East Bloomfield a John aged 90 years of this Vil or. And mrs. Henry a. Durand Lage died in his Home this morn of Union Springs Are spending Sev ing after a period of failing health eral Days with or. Durand s Daugh As the result of injuries received i Ter mrs. John b. Miller in North in a fall last Spring. Or. Wright was a direct descend woman a society will net tidy sum from event at Sonnenberg Rose True fourth annual Garden party at son j and that the Outlook for righteous main Street and attending the graduation exercises of Canandaigua Academy. Miss Harriet b. Miller his granddaughter is a member of the class. Miss Martha Howey of Ross calif., a former resident of this City is expected soon to visit friends in Canandaigua and Geneva. David Monaghan who completed hts course and received his degree in Law from Fordham University new York last week is spending some time with his parents or. And mrs. John Monaghan in fort Hill Avenue. Or. And mrs. H. G. Watkins of Rochester have been spending a week with their daughter mrs. J. Avrill on the East Lake Shore. They will leave wednesday to spend the summer in Island Park l. I. Ant of Elisia Wright Pioneer settler of this town who came Here with a party of homesteaders from Massachusetts and purchased a to act of land South of the present Village. Bom in Lima on August 24, 1840, or. Wright moved to Rochester with his parents when a Small boy. Later he assisted his father in the construction of the first Railroad through this township. During the civil War he resided in the West. For some years he resided in Washington d. C., then returned to Rochester where1 for several years he was engaged in the perfume business and also in the making of furniture he returned to East blood afield 26 years ago. I his wife died Many years ago. Or. Wright leaves a daughter and two sons. Mrs. Henry p. Farnham Ellis d. Wright and Alfred w. Wright All of Rochester also seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Home wednesday at 2 of clock cottage East Lake Shore. Starddard time Rev. Roy f. Gam Hie of the East Bloomfield con mrs. Martin b. Madden of Wash Gregat ional Church officiating. Pri in ton widow of the late represent vate burial will be in it. Hope native Madden of Illinois and mrs. Cemetery Rochester. Louis Armbrecht of Chicago arrived yesterday to be summer guests Gooding Packard 0f mrs. John b. Miller at Edge funeral services for Gooding More cottage City. Mrs. Jennie Packard Well known resident who Battams of Pittsford is attending died suddenly at his Home in Gib the graduation exercises at Canan son Street Friday were held from Digua Academy and will also spend the residence yesterday afternoon the summer with mrs. Miller. Rev. George h. Campbell pastor of the Bristol universalist Church of miss Evelyn Ingraham of South fic lating. Bearers were Henry Bee main Street is in memorial Hospital Man Jason b. Gates Frank o. Sis where she is recovering from a re son George w. Beeman Philip h. Sisson and or. Charles f. Booth. Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery. In addressing the graduates of we Are going somewhere. Life of Canandaigua Academy last night in reach its Best and highest must have the presbyterian Church the pastor some worthy goal and a worthy goal Rev. Hardy Lumb spoke on a the will give direction to the True measure of a or. Lumb the speaker pointed out that reminded the class that the mean every Man is the product of his ing and Promise of the value of life ideals and that for want of Pur lie in ones ability to recognize what Many a life has been wasted. He it s and is. Sympathy implies greatness and a we should be careful How we is through sympathy a life gives out Tim ate life a said the speaker. A a if its Best. One must have Convoc despite the postponement of the j we say that life is Only a poor thing Tion or become the plaything of every whim of the world. Depth of conviction gives persistent Force. A life at its highest is it religious life a said or. Lumb. A the Man whose influence is the most real and lasting and effective is the Man who has Learned to live close to god. If we expect to a succeed in life we must make place for god rely upon his Power a f in closing or. Lumb urged the graduates to be True to All who have guided them through the years and to look upon each of life a victories not As a Climax but As a stepping Stone to worthier Effort and greater achievement. Newberg from Friday to saturday owing to weather conditions it was estimated that approximately 1,000 persons visited the grounds according to miss Louise h. Ifield presi Ness is dark we can find enough evidence to make us think this is True. On the other hand if we look for goodness in people we shall find it. There is an abundance of Good 29 parochial school pupils Are graduated receive certificates and hear address by pastor of St. Mary a Bryson Roper at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Judson r. Bryson at Cheshire yesterday afternoon at buoyant Graf i on unexpected trip to Berun 4 30 of clock was solemnized the mar of Anteri rift Kenw fro w Ridge of miss Opal Bryson to of weal co was Ive eps a Rew from Landing Zep until Nightfall Dent of the congregational women so Ness and nobility All around us if society which sponsored the event. Many who failed to hear announcements of the postponement were shown Over the estate Friday afternoon netting about $125 toward the proceeds the total amount yet to be ascertained after a Check up of the various sources of Revenue. Rochester Geneva and All parts of Ontario county were Well rep resented and a number of tourists from Texas and other states also were reported Amona the visitors. A parts of the grounds were thrown open through the Courtesy of the owner Emory w. Clark of Detroit Nephew of mrs. F. F. Thompson late owner of the Beautiful estate. Patrons were directed to the numerous attractive gardens by girl scouts serving As guides with members of the women a so j. Scott and Clety a a hostesses in the gardens a Large refreshment tent was erected we take the trouble to look for it. A when Paul sent his last message to the Phillipian Church he said a whatsoever things Are True Noble just pure kind and of Good report think on these things and the Art of living is to keep thinking of and looking for the things like these. Life will grow and become Worth while Only when we recognize that or. And mrs. M. Family of Gibson Street Are spend _ ing several Days in the Shoemaker near a a residence where ice Cream and cake were dispensed and Tea was served at the Tea House in the japanese gardens. Varied program a a variety of entertainment was presented throughout. The afternoon by the rotary boys band Henry Millers Harlequins played for dancing on the veranda of the residence. The program also included tap and toe dancing by Dawn Freer and Jane Simonds. Of this City Young pupils of Leonard Williams of Shortsville and songs by Anna Margaret keys of this City owing to the postponement of the party a group of nine dancing up i Pils of Nan Heinrichs of Rochester i Rev. Clara o. Mcleister to quit local pastorate at services in the Wesleyan methodist Church Here yesterday the pastor. Rev. Clara o. Mcleister who in april completed nine years of service with the local Church announced a Farewell service next sunday evening. Mrs. Mcleister will attend the annual Rochester conference of the denomination in Chambers this week where she expects to be appointed to a Parish in Syracuse she announced today. During her pastorate Here mrs. Mcleister has received Many new members into the congregation has greatly enlarged the scope of the Church activities and has been an Active worker in civic organizations for the Progress of education. Sin before a Large congregation of parents and friends in the Church auditorium last evening 29 pupils of St. Mary a parochial school were awarded certificates entitling them to enter High school next fall. Presentation of the certificates and prize wards was made by the Rector Rev. Michael c. Wall who also gave the graduation address. Father Wall spoke on a the Catholic school a emphasizing the i class 1928. Importance of education in the development of the individual. He also i stressed the fact that in All phases of life True Success is based on religious ideals and living up to them. Prize awards made annual prize of $10 in Gold offered by Canandaigua Council knights of Columbus for the Best essay on Quot Columbus was awarded to Esther Reed. Mary Bigham received the Rector s prize for the highest average. The Catholic daughters prize of $10 for excellence in Christian doctrine was equally merited by Loretta Lambert and Marian Figenscher and the prize offered by the mothers club for highest standing in English was divided Between Loretta Lambert and Esther Reed. The processional of children the girls dressed in White and the boys wearing White shirts each escorted by a boy and girl carrying Flowers was formed at the school and the children occupied reserved seats in the Church. The Benediction of the blessed sacrament followed the address by father Wall preceding the recessional. Names of graduates members of the class Are Eugene Callahan Eugene Cooley borne Barnes Roper of Phelps. Rev. I j. O. Delavergne of the Cheshire Community Church performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families i there were no attendants. The Bride wore flowered Blue Georgette. Or. And mrs. Roper left for a Short trip to Allentown pa., where they will visit her sister miss Lillian Bryson after which they will 1 make their Home in Phelps where the Groom is in business. The Berlin a up a the Graf Zeppelin which germans Call a a she and have credited with matronly steadfastness paid the world Power conference a visit today after indulging in a Caprice of the sky in which her role of Matron was abandoned for that of flapper. Was the suns fault. Warmed by Bride is a graduate of Canandaigua its rays at Hamburg yesterday the Academy class 0 1927, and of the dirigible a Silver nose acquired Gnu Canandaigua teachers training Roife Trinkie in the presbyterian Church Here saturday afternoon at 3 30 of clock took place the marriage of miss Mary a. Rolfe daughter of or. And mrs. Frank j. Whidden of James i sengers watched the ship Abo Tilem town n. D., to Harry e. Trinkle of expecting it to be brought Back to sual buoyancy. tipped into the air and in a moment the dirigible itself Rose High from the ground with Only a few of fits Crew aboard and with officers &q0 j45 passengers left startled and apprehensive behind. It Ltd x i Cap. Hans Lehmann and the Joes Indianapolis Rev. Hardy Lumb pastor performed the ceremony and the attendants were or. And mrs. P. V. Doyle of Pittsburgh. A wedding dinner was served at tree inn to the bridal party. I Earth but while it cruised it Botje Over the City thee Rew radioed that there was still excessive buoyant and that they would be unable to Ltd again. The ship made off for Berlin and or. Trinkle is manager of the capt. Lehmann frightened by this daily messengers circulation Campaign and he and his Bride will make their Home in this City until about september i. She will be associated with him in the work of the Campaign. New twist in his Beauty a character followed in an air plane which in and capt. Von Schiller brother of Fleer chartered. The Zeppelin or Rived at Starken Ai drome at 9 of clock and was brought safely to Earth in the Cool of evening. Cornish Bailey East Bloomfield a. Duane Bailey and miss Cora May Cornish of West Bloomfield were married Friday afternoon at 3 of clock in the congregational parsonage by Rev. Roy f. Gamble. The brides parents or. And mrs. Arthur Cornish and mrs. Hiram Bailey Mother of the Groom were in attendance. Bus line hearing assistant counsel s. Ward will conduct a re hearing in Rochester Friday at to of clock Daylight saving time on a petition of the colonial motor coach corporation to operate a motor bus line Between Canandaigua and West Bloomfield. Her Rev. Clara o. Mcleister cent operation for appendicitis. $50,000 Oil Plant fire Marcus Hook a. A to a fire today caused about $50,000 damage in the Sun ii copany Plant Here. Four tanks three partly filled with gasoline and one with crude Oil were damaged and about 15,000 Gallons of Oil destroyed. Twenty families were forced to leave their Homes. Mrs. W. S. Jackets of West Gibson Street has returned from a visit with her daughter mrs. Lawrence Pritchard in Rochester. Or. And mrs. George r. Raines of Rochester spent the weekend at Thendara East Lake Shore. Were unable to take part As ache used. A Fortune Teller attracted annual reunion i of Ohio of of Wood family a denomination has assisted his wife in conducting the sunday scr Bank. With others Given by mrs. Lot a a members of the Wood family from vices. Or. And mrs. Mcleister. With Anttio Fiona a a a kit note of i Canandaigua Naples Waterloo Al Thomas Jenkins sunday school mixed flow ref a Sale sorted a a a attended a re a mrs. Charles f. Hand Rah an of Chapin Street is the guest of her brother Folger p. Fellows and mrs. Fellows in Walker. She will attend the graduation exercises of the High school her Nephew Rodman Fel decorated baskets embroidered linens novelties aprons and pastel blankets was conducted in the Pergola at the Entrance to the gardens. Baby show feature Union in Highland Park Rochester saturday. The youngest member of the clan at the reunion was june Marie Rose Klingenberge daughter of or. And mrs. Herman Klingenberge of Rochester formerly of this City. Cere regret at her departure has already been expressed by her Parish Howard Cuddeback James Dawson loners and those with whom she Robert Kaveny August Legrett Coleman Linehan Paul Lynehan Harold Logan Philip Muscat Rob j Ert Owens Peter Placito Francis Southworth. Frederick Southworth Loretta Beeman Mary Bigham Katherine Cufal Josephine drag Ostino Geraldine Dietz Felicia Derosa. Marion Figenscher Mary Fennell Clara Hall katrina Hilliard Seraphine Lai Conio Loretta Lambert Rose Martino Esther Reed Anna Sparano. Annual class picnic will be held at cottage City tomorrow. Has come in Contact during residence in this Community. Rev. I. F. Mcleister who spends the greater part of his time in Syracuse As editor of the Wesleyan methodist the weekly publication of society Bridge luncheon miss Ruth Benham of Victor Deputy county treasurer entertained 20 Victor friends at luncheon and Bridge at aver Hiil. East Lake Shore saturday afternoon. Special Owse it Elk a Mcm or of the class. I a a surrogate s court women a White oxfords and pumps $1.00 pair children a strap slippers $1.00 pair $1.00 Hole proof Hose 75c women a oxfords and pumps $1.00 pair j. Scott new perfection Oil stoves Nesco Wickless Oil stoves at Ellis hardware and sporting goods excellence in merchandise established 1862 of Paramount importance was the Marie has two grandmothers and annual baby show which surpassed grandfathers three great grand those of previous years with 92 Chil mothers and two great grandfathers. Dren enrolled. Grand prizes went the oldest guest was Henry Wood. To Alice f. Cuddeback. 4-year-old of Naples. Among those from this daughter of or. And mrs. R. J. Cud Vicinity were or. And mrs. Frank Deback and to Edson i Case 5 Hayward and daughter Doris of i year old son of or. And mrs. Edson Ontario Street Extension. I. Case As the Chil film review by woman a City club $10,000 and real estate Worth $20,-000, Are left by lesser Mostkova Geneva who died May 24, to the widow. Anna d. Mostkova. The will names mrs. Mostkova As executor. Goodman and Sarachan Rochester were attorneys. Lesser Mostkova personal property valued at about Dren and 8rand prizes for the Best decorated carriages were awarded Jeanne Ann Schreck daughter of or. And mrs. Paul Schreck and Shirley Willer daughter of or. And mrs. Hubert Willer. Owing to difficulty in selecting the child miss Peggy Stewart one of the judges who offered a $15 portrait of the Winner Little miss Schreck received a $1 Bank account with the Ontario county theron Wilbur a Transfer tax appraisal on the contributed a cond portrait estate of theron Wilbur Naples i who died june 8, 1929, valued the. property at about $5,547.49. From Trust company and $1 in Cash Given this $902,17 is deducted for debts by commissions and expenses leaving la net amount of $4,645.32. A son i Debert s. Wilbur Naples receives $4,072.66 and a daughter Nellie Ryan Naples $672.66. W. P. Borden to take summer course miss Helen l. Ryan executive Secretary of the Ontario county committee on tuberculosis and Public health will leave wednesday for new York City to take a summer course in health education and nutrition in Columbia University. Miss Ryan is working for a master of arts degree having secured her b. A. At Wellesley. Superintendent and Harry love class Leader will take part in the Farewell services sunday evening at j 7 30 of clock with Rev. H. L. Gaylord of St. Johns Church and another local pastor representing the Canandaigua ministerial association. Or. And mrs. Mcleister and their daughter miss Elizabeth Mcleister will sing a Trio number and there will be selections by the male Quad Quot eternal love tot of the Church. J United artists�?8tory by Jacob mrs. Mcleister and daughter mrs.1 Christopher Heer. Adapted by Ella Huntsman and j. B. Mcfall Hanf Kraly. Directed by Ernst leave wednesday by motor to at Lubitsch. Tend the conference in Chambers cast where they will be joined later by Marcus Potram. John Barrymore or. Mcleister. Horn there will be no morning service1 Lorenz Gruber Victor Varconi sunday but the Church school j Pia. Mona Rico meets at 11 45 of clock. Thomas Rev. Bosworth Jenkins will Lead the prayer ser housekeeper. Bodil Rosing read the daily messenger announcing a Gulf Pride Oil the finest Money can luncheon and Bridge mrs. Glenn Johncox of Gorham Street was hostess to 18 guests at a. A a luncheon and Bridge in tree buy a this is the Best pf0-inn saturday afternoon. Prizesa/1,-14 a it re were awarded mrs. Leon a. Stetson Cluck the Usu Kenning mrs. Clifford n. Strait and mrs. Company can produce. Joseph d. Martin. Out of town guests were mrs. Elwyn Douglas Gillis of Rochester and mrs. Kenneth Bullock of Jamestown. Member of huge chorus Holcomb a miss Katherine Buckalew daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Buckalew was a member of the huge chorus at the Finger lakes musical event in corp rial Iii j e Nell stadium Ithaca saturday a i eally Tine Oil will do Foj she plans to spend a few Days univ Nair nov Ithaca before going to new York Ruul cell for a five Day marketing trip in costs More a Worth More 40c per it. $1.40 per gallon try it and find out what -.1 j up by Naples was attorney. Pyro fax Gas for Sale by Walter s. Sleight and Shirley Willer won a $2 Bank account with the Canandaigua National and Trust company. Fifty prizes awarded miss Stewart and miss Helen Dannahe acting superintendent of i memorial Hospital nurses training school were the judges assisted by mrs William f. Woolston or. The i judging took place immediately Fol Middlebrook suit lowing the Parade of babies and inc. Bluest eyes their mothers from the main real j Book Corner Book Piaf smother. If John Barrymore a -1 connection with her work As Home a in i Bureau agent in Madison county profile is mls Buckalew expects to spend weak no wy0y Wujs a two weeks vacation in her Home love this for he stalks Back and Here before resuming her work in crag with Little save a Goat car parole violation alleged James Travis 18. Elmira on probation following conviction of grand Bank j larceny second degree is in the on j exercises at the Academy. Tario county jail awaiting Examina choir rehearsals this week will be Tion before county judge Horace w. I senior Friday evening at 7 30 in Crage with Little save a Goat carcass draped around him. To us the Alpine scenery was the Only Nadison county. Canandaigua Lake ice company phone 118 Baptist there will be no midweek service deeming feature wednesday owing to the graduation i this picture was made More than i a year ago and is Only synchronized with sound so those of you who like a demonstration tells you Why a re a j everybody uses classified ads Fitch on a charge of having violated termed ate saturday at 9 of clock his parole. Travis has been in the Junior at to of clock and Fellowship state agricultural and Industrial choir at 7 30. School at Industry. _ presbyterian Jenkins stores troop 4, boy scouts will take Arthur Glove their tests at the Church tomorrow store Brown Joseph Holland the will of Joseph Holland West i Bloomfield who died february 3, disposes of about $1,500 Worth of property. James Sykes Seneca is sex. ,. Extor. The estate goes in equal Dice Down the North walk to the est Eyra. John Purdy doll v a i Sharps to Robert Holland Yorkshire Rose Garden Pergola and return Degraff darkest Donald Jones England and Thomas Holland Hal through the Center a Alk in the Garden tools Ellis hardware and annual picnic for the co Grega fax England brother and Harry italian sunken gardens. A string of 25 cents e. L. Kaufman a Market Tion and their families under aus and Sam Hartley Yonkers nephews. Bananas Given by the Cornelia. Store c,a8.fo�?or_ i pm Ces of the women s society will the nephews share of the estate is was evening at 7 30. Choir rehearsal will be held wed Jones mesday evening at 7 16. 1 divided among the children class in under four years a at the cottage of or. Ida your movies silent will be spared most of the dialogue. Camilla Horn who played with Barrymore in Quot tempest Quot is the girl and her extreme blonde Beauty seems colourless against the Snow. The Story tells of Marcus Quot a Man about Alps a who is forced into marriage with a Gypsy girl because a the ainu to done right by our he and Ciglia love each other and Are betrothed. Ciglia also marries the wrong Man. But not for the same reason. They continue to love each other playhouse today will Rogers age. A Gold watch is Given to Harry Wolverton was. Usk a a silk socks Lewis Silver watch to Sam committee in charge of the baby Jolk graduation cards gifts for the graduate Degrafft a Book store National Bank bldg wire cloth at i Price we have a few Rolls of Black wire and some Short ends of galvanized cloth a in order to clean out this Stock will sell for 2c so. Foot Kelly hardware company to be held to Trust for them by the More than f>0 prizes were contribute Iris. Most Beautiful Alice Cudde p Dubel mrs it William c. Pierce hopelessly and finally he runs away executor Utu they Are 21 years of cd by local merchants. Mrs. Stuart Back red cart Peck hardware t t Beach East go with her into a Snow storm and an Executer until they Are 21 years of it of _ chairman of the cutest Patricia Vancott Lavendar Friday afternoon a evening. A Avalanche wipes out the Story. Rec a a program of games sports and swim Barrymore a physique does not a ohm Jar rut 1 Ming will be run off in toe after suggest the Brawny Chamois Hunter Alcott shop and hair Cut i rank. Brotherhood Sud and he performs his usual facial Lucille to aerobatics with his eyebrows doing tending to provide Silver dishes somersaults. Sandwiches for the family and one m. V. Z. K. Extra dish of food. Transportation Lindner before Friday. J j to pour Concrete Hartley and a Harley. W. Rice Geneva was at Torney. Yankee Matador returns to ring _ j baby Book Corner Book store show. Aside from the grand prizes Fol a Wini a top classifications win Van Deusen smallest itch Inslee doll f. A. Degraff a i t Inhar i a Peri girls , Russell Henry kid class i under i year a girls t boys by Kar Fishmann a store cutest Donald Day Searchlight Art Smith Tauy , futile. I Lviv a Supply company curlies hair youngest Adele d. Power doll f. Harold Constantine Garden tools a. Degraff fairest Jean wooden hardware plus 25 cents Cash baby Walker g. M. Kennedy amp son St Auest Paul Kellogg package of boys Milford hop Vigoro Mather seed store. Madrid a up saying he was More than Ever determined to continue fighting despite two gorings this season Sydney Franklin the Brooklyn Matador returned Here today almost recovered from the slight Goring received last week at Algeciras. Quot i am in Fine shape and feel Good that i succeeded in killing that Bull a a Franklin said. He is now negotiating for new performances. He still clings to the idea of introducing bloodless bullfights in new York but plans to spend this year in Spanish rings. Class ii girls Onnalee j. Guest at two showers Hopkins Bracelet Garshag s jew Holcomb a miss Ann Harring Elry store happiest Barbara j methodist annual picnic of members of the for Highway soon 1. U a a uan -7 a ,-,1 �?1 Naples a weather permitting Kins shoes John c. Scott two Hap clas8 v under five years a girls. Bristol Street Circle and their fam the cold Springs construction com Piest Leonard coif Talcum set m a s t Beautiful Esther Crow 1 tues by held with or. And mrs. Pany will begin the laying Quot of be h pearces drug store and Raymond bloomers constantines store Tai a w. Davis at their cottage East mint on the Naples end of the a Scott baby gift Box from Courneen lest. Jane Winnett Basket Kelly Lake Road tuesday afternoon and pies Ingleside Prattsburgh Road drug store youngest Harlan Ever hardware darkest Barbara Jones evening july 1. A picnic supper 8tt, parasol from Roseland sup Box of Candy fanning a Healthiest served at 6 30 of clock. Each _ Mitchell doll f. A. a member is to bring Silver dishes Kaufman Graff boys Edson sandwiches and Lemon juice for her doll phase jr., boys suit l. N. Shenk family and one other dish of food. 1 mans tallest Leo Curtin $1 Cash Mihu pit will by omitted porters from Lamport Shoppe and 1 Mary j 25 cents Edward l Market fairest Billy Fox a. Degraff. Class it Finger lakes restaurant darkest under two years a John Hopkins Box of mints Steve ton was guest of Honor recently at a variety Shower Given by miss m. Isabel Mckay. A color scheme of Pink and White was used in the decorations throughout the House. Cards furnished entertainment prizes being won by miss Helen Boughten miss Jane Birx and miss Harrington. Miss Elizabeth Mahoney of Geneva entertains this evening at a Linen Shower for miss Harrington. Barry Healthiest Billy feathers Box of Candy g. G. Engert. Class six French baby gift Box Courneene a class i under six years a girls drug store youngest Ellen Lynch j Barbara Henry $1 Sun suit Roper knitting company i Cash City laundry Healthiest midweek service will be omitted this week on account of the graduation exercises at the Academy. Tupper Lake a up a the North country a meanest thief stole 12 hens from the Henhouse maintained by the Sisters of mercy. W. L. Donovan heard of their misfortune and purchased 12 More for them. The nuns needed fresh eggs for their patients in the mercy general Hospital. Fairest Marilyn Lewis doll f. A. Degraff boys Clifford Murphy jr., Silver spoon Campbells jewelry store happiest Billy Felton baby gift Box Simmons drug store and hair Cut Jeudevine Barber shop youngest next thursday. The stretch of Road under construction since last fall is about six Miles Long and 24 feet in Width. The Concrete mixer is located in Weld Street on property purchased of t. J. Rennoldson. Construction of the Road furnishes employment for Many local residents. Hindus to protest attack of police Joan Kellogg doll. F. A. Degraff today fattest Elsie Power lamp Lyttle a. O. W. Hall a Woodmen of the amp Jeudevine tallest Jean Otis world meet at 8 p. M. Box of Candy Pappas Goodie shop j City Hall a executive committee Bombay a in a blows struck by British policemen with their Bamboo clubs at nationalist dem always comfortably Cool a so this is London map Ara in a a at a he i mkt. In eternal Loewi Tchami a Horn or mum production a in itto artist picture j a cast of All Star actors filmed in a splendid production Ami the natural Beauty of the Canadian Rockies. A new Type of role for John Barrymore that gives him great Opportunity also comedy cartoon screen snapshots of to j. Schuck Sun suit Roper knit j pair sneakers John Caruso fattest Richard Herendeen pair Golf Hose Linehan a store. Twin babies of or. And mrs. Carl Rehng were awarded three cans of Tomato juice donated by c. H. Brockelbank As the first twins to be entered in the baby show. Miss Field today expressed appreciation for All assistance Given in making the event a Success. Be boys Kenneth i0f red Cross chapter meets at 7 30 on stators in the Maidan Esplanade Murphy tire p m saturday had a repercussion today Arthur Allen Academy auditorium a founders in renewed movements against 9rlt Wilson $1 Cash store Healthiest Ting company fairest Bobby Coyne doll f. A. Degraff. Class Iii under three years a girls . Rita May Walsh dress mrs. Minnie Cavan bluest eyed Jean Elwell socks Lambert Shoppe and parasol Roseland Browne St eyes Rita Mccarthy Tam of Shanter Myles company darkest Jean r. Power doll Canandaigua Lake ice company boys Carl read the daily messenger Al at 8 p. M. Day exercises at 8 p. M. Tuesday Wenna Henna a Exchange club meets at 12 m. Cottage City a St. Mary a school graduates class picnic. A. Auditorium a class night exercises at 8 p. M. Wednesday c. A. Auditorium a graduation exercises or. A. W. Beaven speak ish Rule. More than 500 hindus were injured in successive attacks on the nationalists throngs gathered in Defiance of an order suspending the right of Assembly. A movement is on foot to bring about a stoppage of work for one month in protest. This has not yet been accepted the leaders agreeing that three flays cessation would be sufficient. Read the daily messenger rubber Stamps made to order a stencils a Seal Presser a sign markers me Earle f. Hutton main Street at the Railroad phone 257

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