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THE MOJSTROE COUNTY MAIL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922. i fA - _£••. **. • -. g I I i HOME AND VICINITY _* j* _* > About People and Things in Fairport and Suburbs J> iA I Boro, to Mr. autl Mrs. George Aitchinson, of Rochester, Dec. 1), 1922, a daughter. J! f Community Christmas Tree Larry Welch, a Fairport boy, was uauied as captain of the 1923 football team of the University of Detroit, on TneBday of this week. Weloh played the position of fullback the past sea- i BOO. j A . H^ ] Tlie regular meeting of Fairport _ . 1_ T T 1 J • T* * .: Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will SerVlCe tO DC XXeld 111 rairpOrtbe held on Tuesday evening next, j Everv member is rpqaested to attend Sunday Evening, Dec: 24th, in Front of the School as officers tor the coming year win be 47 & ' 7 t chosen at that time. Building on West Avenue—Everybody — _ ., - A __ J J T»~I-~ T>-_-I- Local growers who did not sell Invited to Attend and Take Part their cabbaj?e are in pogltiOQ to get more money from their orop as the price has gone up to f8 and $10 per ton in the Rochester market during the past month. Prioes in the prin- cipal markets are quoted at from f 12 to $15 per ton. Mr. and Mrs. x J. J. Cliugen arrived homo last week lrom a trip to the Paoifio coast. • Mr. and Mrs. John Parks of Mexico, N. Y., have come to Fairport for the winter and will reside at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Walliug on Wood- lawn avenue. Mr8. Parks and Mrs. Walling are sisters. Something new for Fairport is being arranged in the way of a community Christinas tree service. It will be a union service for all Fairport people and everybody is earnestly invited to attend and take part in singing the OhristmaB Carols. It will be held in front of the, sohool building on West avenue, Sunday evening, Dee. 24th, and will begin at 7:80. Many are working together for this service and everyone is urged to join in making it a success. The children of the public sohools. as well as those of. the Sunday Bchools, are learning the songs and carols, and it is suggest- ed that the pareuts at home learn the words of the following songs: \It Came Upon the Midnight Clear; \O Little Town of Bethlehem,\ (tune of St. Louis); \C Come, all Ye Faith- ful;\ \Silent Night,\ Remember, everybody is invited to attend and also to sing. Special The Fairport* Historical society will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W. Brown. Brooks-Shepard Post will hold a meeting this (Thursday) evening in their rooms at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs S. Gardner of Wal- worth are spending some time with their daughters in Fairport, Mrs. C. Verhow and Miss Dora Gardner. The Fruitful Circle of King's Daughters will meet in the parlors of the First Baptist church, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Dec. 20th. Miss Ruth Hollander spent the week-end at Hilton with her oollege friend, MiBS Barbara Haslip. The Loyal Circle of King's Daugh- ters will meet with Mrs. M. M. Jewell, 24 West Btreet, Tuesday, Deo. 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGrath and family of Rochester were guestH at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dodd, on Sunday. Mr. and MrB. R. K. Pottle, former- ly of -New York city, have come to Fairport to make their home. Mr. Pottle is employed at the American Can Company'8 plant. Scattergood Circle or the King's Daughters will meet in the parlors ot the First Baptist ohorch^n Wednesday afternoon of next week at 2 o'clock. The Mail is requested to annonnce that reports from the oat going officers will be given at the meeting of the Fairport Grange on Saturday evening of this week and that a program ap- propriate to the Christmas season will be arranged and rendered under the direotiou of Miss Gladys Blood and Miss Lenora Steffen. Subscriptions taken at the Mail office for magazines and newspapers published anywhere in the United States. Call and see if we cannot save you some money on that magazine or newspaper you are planning to send some friend for a ChriBtmas pres- ent. We have arrangements made so that subscriptions for all papers and magazines will be handled accurately and promptly. The Ladies Aid society of the Con- gregational church will have a regu- lar business meeting at the home of Mrs. F. F. Schammers Tuesday after- noon, Dec. 19th, at three o'clock. The O. L. S. C. will meet Monday, Dec. 18th, with Mrs. E. B Taft, 11 Pleasant street. As usual at this Beason the roll call will consist of an exchange of small gifts A program suitable for the Christmas season will also be given. The past matrons club of .Fairport Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, with their husbands, were pleasantly entertained on Wednesday evening of last week at Will-Dell Place, the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. WilliB Henry, in honor of Mrs. Ada 0. Clark, Worthy Matron, and James L. Cornish, Worthy Patron. The guests thoroughly enjoyed the evening and united in pronouncing Mr. and Mrs. Henry royal entertainers. Wallaoe S. Roberts of Woodstown, K. J., made a short visit to his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts, in Fairport, this week. He also at- tention the annual convention of tlie New York State Canners Association lield in Rochester. delight Susanna Clara Clarke passed away at her home, 10 Clinton street, Fair- port, yesterday, Deo. 13, after a long illness. Mrs. Clark was born in Eng- land and came to this country 15 years ago. She leaves, besides her husband Thomas A. Clark, two daughters, Mrs. Frederick Chase of Syracuse, and Mrs. Alexander Athy of Rochester. The fuuerar services will be held Friday afternoon, Dec 15, at St. Luke's Episcopal churoh, Fairport. The burial will be in Greenvale cemetery in Fairport. Supervisor Ohas. W. Butler is being congratulated over the result he has accomplished in getting the state authorities to make the proper im- provements on the highway leading west from the Fullamtown bridge at tlie west end of West Ohurph street. It haB required some time to bring it about, but it is now said to be an as- sured iact that the piece of road in question is to be paved with bitulithio macadam and the expense borne by the state. Bids for doing the work to be opened at Albany on Tuesday next, Dec. 19th. » — Those in oharge of the course of en- tertainments for the Parent-Teachers association have been greatly disap- pointed over the support which haB been given thus far, espeoially as it is believed that an excellent series of eutertaiuments have been provided at a very low price. The concert given in the Town Hall last week Tuesday evening was highly spoken of by all who had the good fortune to hear it, and the three remaining entertain- ments to be given are commended in most complimentary terms by those who have attended them in other places. It is stated that unless a con- siderably larger sale of tickets is had the Parent-Teaohers' Association, will undoubtedly lose money oti the course which it is hoped may be avoided, as the work is being done for the benefit of the children in the public sohools, and not for private gain. W^teh Our Window We Specialize in CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR cakes that can't be bought in Rochester. Honey Hearts Genuine Fruit Cake Kisses Anise Drops Honey Nuts Honey Cake New Year's Cake Fairport Model Bakery . FRED LIEB, Proprietor Phone 31 7-M South Main Street FAIRPORT, IN. Y. I The DuBois Market Some individual The Woman's Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet in the church parlors today (Thursday) at 3 o'clock. A good program has been provided which will consist of special features. Tea will be served at 6:15. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend. The December meetiug of the Wo- man's Christian Temperance Union will be held with Mrs. O. H. Oole- grovo at the Raymond Baptist parson- age, Friday at 3 o'olock. Members are requested to take with them to the meeting the December number of Wo- man's Christian Tomperauce Work. Lovers of flowers always in paying a visit to this season of the year when the chrysanthemums are generally to be found in all their glory. Baitolotta'e greenhouses on John street are no ex- ception to the rule, as they contain some unusually fine specimens whioh have been pushed ahead rapidly in order to get them in readiness for the jolidays. His advertisement in this BBue will be of interest also. with For the information of Fairport. people we are here giving facts in reference to the village nurBe which were published in the Fairport paperB Bonie time ago. Mrs. Rewalt's office hour at the school on West avenue is between 8:30 and 9:30 in the morning. Her phone number there is 243-W. Her phone number at her home is 311-M. She may be reached by any- one by calling these numbers. Her services are at the call of anyone in the village and Bhe is at all times ready to be of service to all. Married, Tuesday evening Deoember 12. 1922. at the Lutheran parsonaee on Periu street, by Rev. H D. Sohnlz, Miss Margaret Hazzard of Chicago and George Schoolmaster of Buffalo. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sohoolmaster. Following a trip to New York city they will make their home in Buffalo where Mr. Schoolmaster, who waB a former resi- dent of Fairport, is employed as an engineer on the New York Central railroad. leisure and curious mind has figured out that 90 8 l[ jout of every 100 men- receive a necktie as a Christmas gift. The estimate is conservative, but how many of the neckties so bestowed are worn by their recipients? The giviDg of neckties is a perilous proceeding always, for a necktie is essentially a matter of individual taste. Many a man gets neckwear, at Christmas that he could readily enough admire as part of a curtain or a drape, but that he would wear only under the compulsion of a gun leveled at his head: Prof.. H. C. Hardy is planning to take a party of tourists through the west next summer. According to the j No wonder the people qf today are liv- ing in a fast age, with about all of How many automobiles are there in Fairport, or the town of PerintonV This query was made at the Mail office yesterday and ttfe editor had to oonfess that he didn't know. So many have been purchased here dur- ing the summer and fall that every- body seems to have lost track of the aotual number so far as we have been able to learn. The State Tax Com- missioners report that there araJ45,000 pleasure cars in Monroe county, also 7,000 commercial cars, fiOO omnibus oars, 125 trailers and 1,500 motorcycles. arrangements which are now under way there will be at least 25 or so who will go ou the trip, which will take them over tlie Sauta Fe route to the coast aud back east over the North- ern Pacific\ road. Stops will be made at various points of interest both going and returning. The st-irt will be made the latter part of June and about five weeks will be required for the journey there and back. rase Here are some facts that ought to make every person in Fairport—aud every other town in tho country, fpr that matter—flit up arid take notice, as they toll, in plain language, whattfav- ing small sums of money means aud how it helps at a time when cash is needed: Five thousand banking insti- tutions fh the United States will pay out to members of Christmas Saving Clubs by Saturday of this week, Dec- ember 16th, a total of 1180,000,000, which sum is the grand total Qf the deposits made in the Christmas Clubs during tlie past fifty weeks of the year 1922. This report oomes from the American Baukera Association and may be relied upon BB absolutely cor- rect. .That the \dollar down aud a dollar a week\ polioy bears remark- able fruits when applied to the Christ- mas Club saving scheme will be par- tioolaly and joyfully evident to tho five v million depositors. Tho first Christmas Club i* Fairport was in- augurated one year, ago by the Fair- port National bank. This week they are mailing to one hundred niembers OlirlstniaB Olob oliooba amoontiug to #2,600. From the above it will bo seoq tiiat the Ohrifltmas Olub plan helpsi tlie depositor, ( the bank and buBi- B088 men in all avenues of trade. For the benefit of owners of auto- mobiles the Mail has been requested to announce that the auto license plates for the year. 1928 will be dis- tributed at the Town Hall in Fajrport on Friday evening of this week, Deo. 15th, by tho Auto Olub of Fairport Every oar owner is requested to obtain a plate at that time. This distribu- tion is not limited to olub members only but will be open to all. A notary publio, blanks, weights of oars and other information will be available. Cash or certified ohecks, only, will be acoepted for plates. Present plates cannot be used after January first. G. D. Bown & Sons also state that plates may bo obtained at their garage for 1923. x them traveling ou wheels. ! V fe«V: mmmm *•< -: A delightful party with tho ladies ot St. Luke's Guild as hostesses was held at tho home of Mrs. E; .J. Hill, ou Beardsloy street, Tuesday after- noon. Deo. 5th, in honor of Mrs. Robert Wignall who has beon a mem- be/ of that organization thirty years but is now unable to attend tho meet- ings because of failing health. Luiioh- eon was sorved and tho guest of honor presented ^vith a floworing plant and a box of yellow ohrysanthemnms. Rev. and Mrs. Kates of St. Stephen's ohnroh, Rochester, woro present. The Guild officers for the new year wero also oleoted: President, Mrs. Harry Tiuney; vice president, Mrs. Harry Priohard; secretary, Mrs. Alvan Kin- sella; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Wegner. $*; Will-Dell Place, tlie pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Henry, south of this village, was the scene of a very enjoyable family party on Sunday, December tenth, when a company of their relatives surprised the genial host and hostess by dropping in unexpectedly for the purpose of helping them celebrate their tweuty- fourth wedding anniversary. The visitors carried with them baskets laden with good things to eat and a sumptuous dinuer was provided. The event was a delightful one to all aud the guests departed, wishing Mr. and Mrs. Henry many returns of the day aud hoping to have the opportunity of enjoying the hospitality of their home on many similar occasions. Bruner G. Bown of Fairport was re- elected inaBter of Pomona Grange of Monroe county at the annual meeting held in the Baptist Temple in Roches- ter on Saturday last. He was also chosen delegate to the State Grange meeting to be held in Syracuse in February. The other officers of Po- mona are: Overseer, George J. Clarke, Barnard; lecturer, Mrs. Milton Wat- rous, Barnard; steward, Clarence E. Matthews, Houeoye Falls: assistant steward, Edward Bobbins, Brighton; chaplain, Clara Lane, Webster; treasurer, Seeley Adams, Hilton; sec- retary, Mrs. Elwell Rowland, Brighton ; gatekeeper, Frank Todd. West Henri- etta; Ceres, Edna Martin, Brighton; Pomoua, Florence S. Short, Scotts- ville; Flora. Mrs. Will D. Auditor, Barnard; lady assistant steward, Mrs. Edward Robbins, Brighton; pianist, Mrs. Clarence Matthews, Honoeye Falls. Brooks-Shepard Post of the Ameri- can Legion held a very enjoyable re- uuion en Thursday evening last, the occasion of their annual meeting and eleotion, when they sat down to a fine banquet in the'dining rooms t»f the Masonic lodge. About fifty of the boys were present, besides their invited guests. The banquet was nicely served by the members of the auxiliary, after which six vaudeville acts were given which had been brought out from Rochester. Speeches were also made by Mrs. Maillard, chairman of the auxiliarv at East Rochester; James Galvin of Rochester and County Vice-commander Thomas Vogt. Officers were chosen for the coming year as follows: Commander, E C. Moore first vice-commander, E Waterstraw; second vice-commander, Kenneth Phillips; third vice-com- mander, G. D. Hammond; adjutant, E.StubbingB; treasurer, E. E. Thayer; chaplain, J. S. Villere; sergeant-at- arms, Kenneth Trescott; trustee. Bert Eberts; oounty delegate, Jack Hart. The annual communication of Fair- port Lodge, No. 476, F. & A. M., held on Monday evening, called out a large uumber of tho members. The second degree was conferred upon a class of candidates, reports of the vari- ous officers of the lodge for the past year wero received and an oyster sup- per was served at the conclusion of tho business meeting, by a oommittee of ladies of tho Order of Eastern Star. Tho election of offioors of the lodgo for the coming year resulted as fol- lows: Worshipful Mastor, Carlton Howard; 8onior Warden, Stewart 8. Plorco; Junior Warden, Carl Rapp; Treasurer, Olareuce 8. Greene; Secre- tary, Grant D. Kelsoy. F. B. Minor was ro-eleoted trustee. The finanoial report showed the lodge to bo in good condition. Sevctal membors were present from P'onfleld lodge. It is ox- poo ted that a new Masonio lodge will soon bo established;,in the village of East Rochester. The oonsent qf Iho lodges in Pen Held, Pittsford and Fair- port has boon unanimously granted tor that purpose. . ' • .; The Newark Courier has the follow- ing to say concerning the visit paid to the Moose lodge in that place by their Fairport brethren on* Tuesday night of last week: \With the members of the Fairport Lodge as their guests aud the Fairport degree toam putting on the work, the Empire Lodge, L. O. O. M., of Newark initiated a olass of forty-three candidates Tuesday night. Before the initiation, supper was served to about three hundred guests, by the ladies of the Moosebeart Legion. Following the initiation, talks were given by three or four people, among them being Patrick Galvin, of Rochester, ono of the moBt prominent membors of the brganiza- tion in New York state. Mr. Galvin is not only a fluent talkor T but a force- ful one, und he held his andionoo from beginning to the end. He confined his talk mainly to \Mooseheart tho institution just outside of tibioago whioh tho.Loyal Order of Moose has established for tho wivos and families ot members of the order who have passed away. Although not unknown to most of thoso present, tho extont of tho work being carried on at thiamin-' stitntion was a revelation to moat of them, and when Mr. Galvin finished thero was not a member of the organi- zation present who did not feel more p'roud of tho fraternal drder wliioh has made sooh a plhoe possible. Dur- ing and after the ceremonies, mualo was reuderod by the Moose band, of Fairport, under the leadership of Clayton Lampham. M -'.\ W |OU will find plenty of good things for the Christmas dinner at this market, Turkeys, Ducks and* Chickens, Mince Meat, Celery, Onions, Oysters, Clams, Fruits, Nuts and many other articles. - ' A call over the phone will get them to you promptly. - OUR AIM: Quality, Service, Fair Prices LEWIS J. DUBOIS Phone 366 32 (North Main Street Buy Your Gifts McBride's Store 100-Piece Gold Band Dinner Set $27,00 100-Piece Gold Band Dinner Set, Special 0 $22.50 A LARGE LINE TO SELECT FROM Glassware Vases Men's House Slippers Silk Shirts Neckties Ladies' Gloves Felt Slippers Hosiery Bed Blankets Indian Blankets Auto Robes Wall Paper Gas Ranges Heaters Rugs Linoleum Window Shades Candy and Nuts A Large Line of Chinaware and Hand Painted China llton Mcoride 117-121 North Main St. Phone 115-W Fairport •^ B -l--- H .- tM »LIJilU-B-|-lll _-.1MB-.H_-t Snowdrift Shortening Sold In cans made In Fairport (Nothing Superior on the market This is the closing week of the contest* SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 2,000 Votes with each Roast of Pork amount- ... - v . ing to 50 cents or more* \ Leave your orders for your Christmas Trees and Wreaths at Hollander*^ MEATS and GROCERIES L. W. HOLLANDER :> •'*\ ii : -*;. ;M ^X>'i

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