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The Dansville express and advertiser. (Dansville, N.Y.) 1931-1931, December 04, 1931, Image 6

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THE DANSVIIXB EXPRESS AND ADVERTISER VtU*y t December 4* 193X BOWLING SEWS ROCHESTER TEAM MEETS KREEP-A-WAS The United Shoe Corporation fcowilnB t&m from Rochester will roll the Kreop-n-wtw on the Dana- villc Recreation Center alleys Sat­ urday evening, December 5th. Stiff opposition is expected from the Rochester pin-pickers. Pour members of the team they are bring­ ing with them boast of averages over 200, rolled In the Franklin League, one of Rochester s fastest circuits. A second and third team will also accompany them here to roll teams tmrn the Blum Shoe Manufacturing plant. MARTINAS AT WELLSVILLE Tonight the Martina bowlers Jour­ ney to Wellsvil'.p to meet the maple topplers of that town The team has been working out on the alleys steadily and a fast game is anti­ cipated. WAYLAND BOWLERS HERE Five Waylan<i Rotary teams start­ ed a new league series at the Recrea­ tion Center last week which will continue on into the winter months. The past week has been more in the nature of a practice session until organization plans are completed. LEAGUE REORGANIZED The leagues bowling at the Recreation Center were finally re­ organized last Friday evening uricJer -which arrangement they will con­ tinue for the duration, of the sea­ son. There were no major changes and several new teams were added. The National league, under the new arrangement, will remain in­ tact, re-enforced by two more teams In its lineup. The American league has been altered to a ten team league which will be run as a handicap league. Each bowler will receive a better chance to Improve his game and average utnder the new arrange­ ment. This league will comprise teams from Livonia Naples, Cohoc- j ton and Canaseraga. The reorganized leagues will swing back Into action beginning Saturday, December 7. ANAGRAM ADVERTISEMENT THE SMART SHOP We had * premonition the weather would change, and $ the Coati and Frock* Mrs. Hartman selected on her recent $ New York trip just fit in for this time of year, and every occa­ sion. We arc sure the first First Lady Whitasnong would have been delighted to shop The Smart Shop. MARTINA BOWLERS DINE WITH FOE8 The Martina bowling team was treated to an excellent steak supper last Friday evening by the \Wreckers\ team, following a match on the DansviUe Recreation Center alleys. 1 The supper was served following a close and hard fought match be­ tween the two teams earlier in the evening, and helped to relieve the sting of a Martina victory. t .,.•„ PLAY RESUMED ON ALLEYS The crackle of toppling pins will again resound on the local alleys when play is resumed next Mon­ day evening. After a period of re­ organization both American and Na­ tional League teams are ready to swing into action. The schedule of matches for the coming week is: Monday—I. O. O. F. vs. St. Boni­ face. Tuesday— Baker6 vs. Protective*. Wednesday—Post Office vs. F. H. & L. Thursday—Collegiates vs. Owls. Friday—Express vs. Canaseraga. The American League schedule for next week has not been com­ pleted. NATIONAL LEAGUE AVERAGES G A Dflgard, Bakers 3—177 Myers, F. H. <b L 21—173 Gilman, I. O. O. F. 18—172 Huver, Protectives ...11—164 Fries. Post Office 11—163 Campbell, F. H. & L. ..-20—162 caiman. Post Office 15—160 Knapp, Post Office 16—159 McLane, St. Boniface 11—159 Smith, Protectives 16—158 Sorge, Protectives ..17—157 Bftssett, F. H. & L. 20—156 Rowe, F. H. & L 18—156 Beebe, F. H. & L. 20—155 Lemen, Protectives .. .. ..21—151 R,.. Kiehle, Owls —.21—160 Kennedy, Protectives .* 19—150 Rodman, St. Boniface 17—150 Team Average* Q A F. H. <fc L 21—798 Rfotectivcs 21—771 I. O. O. F 21—747 Pist Office 21—73©. St Boniface 21—717 wis .- 21—703 Collegiate 21—884 cers 21—635 LTansville Scouts Follow Slogan 'Be Prepared When the call arrived from Scout Headquarters for the scout troops in Dhnsville to \be prepared\ for daily service at the Community Center on Elizabeth street, the result was typical of scouts all over. fP.:e scouts have been assisting the mayor s relief committee, under the direction of Assistant Scoutmaster Stf wart Beecher. This by authority of John R. Blum, who is also chair­ man of the mayor's committee. The trouble with business, or at least one trouble, is too many filing •espsrts and too few workers. ••••••• »••»•••••••• ANAGRAM ADVERTISEMENT THE LESTER SHOE STORE THERE'S NO ODOG REASON Why everyone should not wear good warm footwear, with dry feet and perfect comfort, with the low prices for shoes offered At Lester's. In fact, they are so low that is is not a hardship to have the whole family fitted here at one time. »••••••»»»»»•••»»•••••••••«>•»»•••»•••••»••••••••• ANAGRAM ADVERTISEMENT A' C. S. WEMETT CO. JEWELERS ± CHRISTMAS T|ME AT WE METT'S | We are showing A line in keeping with the times, not too «» expensive, but rcnlly fine, appropriate gifts for every occasion |! and person, and prices that you cannot object to. j' Our trisf thought when buying for your Christmas selec- < > tion was price, and second, variety. Shop WcMctt's. <» DANSVIJJLE — Next the Post Office PHONE 279-Jv T T 7 7 7 7 7 7 ? 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 f t 7 7 t T T f 7 t t t t 7 GIFTS That Appreciation GOR-JUS Silk 3 Pair Hose $3 Say you'd like a \Gift idea\ for HER? Here it is! Yes, the very sheer ^ilk Hose she would choose herself . . . Hose that combines beauty with durability! It's full-fashioned (45 gauge). Barred Hose $1.95 Service Weight $1.00 Mesh Hose _ $1.59 Chiffon Hose $1.00—$1.15—$1.39 LINGERIE -the \Gift Lxquisite\ Beautiful, delicate underthings so dear to the feminine heart. No lovelier Gift for \her.\ (Crepe de Chene) Negligees $2.45 up Pajamas $1.95—$2.95—$4.95 Dance Sets $1.95 Embroidered Costume Slips $1.95—$2.95 Lace-Trimmed Chemist $1.95 Ail-Silk Bloomers $1.95 7 ? i ? J ? I COATS 25% off Evening Fashions in Latest Mode With the glamorous holidays drawing nigh, Evening Fashions step right into the spotlight. Resplendent. . engaging . . dazzling . . you just can't find superlatives enough to describe the models at The Smart Shop. Thrill you to see them! Why not today? FORMAL FROCKS $6.95 - $9*95 STUNNING WRAPS Fur Trimmed Adaptions in Silk Velvets $9.95 FAVORED GLOVES Fascinatingly cuffed in. the modernistic mood. With colors running to interesting contrasts. A New Shipment SUNDAY NITE DRESSES All The New Shades t T y t T T T T T T 7 T T T f T 7 f f T 7 T T T T T T T T T f T Y t t Y •> ^ 4>

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