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The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, August 30, 1933, Image 12

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PAGE TWELVE fc £HE ADVANCE-NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1933 Local and Social «convention of the American Leg-' pin, Mary Catherine Hal-pin, Helen I i ion Auxiliary. j Gertrude Alexander end Addie j The annual graduating exercises i Geraldine Mobsman, all of Pre*- l>r. Harry J. Worthing of Xew j of the St. Lawrence state hospital cott. York is in the city. i school of nursing will be held to- i David H. Corcoran declined yes- Milk Shed Code Plan to Be Considered in N. Y. night .Mr. in Curtis Hall, and Mrs. Frank J terday to confirm a report that he Smith left intended withdrawing as a candi-1 George Avery of Syracuse has fceen in the city for the past few! t day* on business. i yesterday for Easton, Pa., where date for the l>emocratic nomma-[ v »+t*„ Mrs Lulu B Algie will return 1 they will make *heir future home, tion for city judge. He said if he - %1 - w iwaviv, AU.. I*.—* urine. Mr. Smith is employed by the On- had any statement to make he j Ptens for bringing the New York ondaga Silk Co. - j would send it to the city commit- j mi*k shed under a code based on trip to from a ten days buying Kew York on Friday. Tony Milia was called to Cort- land today by the sudden death of his aunt. Dr. and Mrs. Leo P. O'Donnell of Orangeburg are in the city. by Dr. Roll in A. Newton of Mes-* sina, N Y.. commending the board's administration. Dr. Newton, who operates a l.HHtacre dairy farm* said that his heceipts for June o£ A Pontiac sedan, seized by the! tee. Mr. Corcoran's health has not j tthe Agricultural Adjustment Act government for violation of the been good of late and it is^ under-, w||| be discussed tariff act wa< <o\& bv a denutv stood his physician has advised j marshal from Valone at the U. S him to withdraw from active work >. be h «ld tomorrow at the State Of this year were almost double thos j storehouse yesterday to Abe Ru- during the next few weeks. { fice Building, SO centre Street, it of June, 13*. j A representative of the United i was announced yesterday. ! Tiie letter follow:. Mrs. Leon Friedman left Tues- States department of agriculture j Dr Clyde Kin* representing the' \ As M owner an <* operator of day morning for Utica and New arrived here yesterday to conduct ; P J , * <:AV —IL m -.,„ * f * r 1 ' 100 acres of dairy farmlands I York City on a business trip. Mrs. ! a campaign for the eradication of j tnr *™ 1 wveramem ' 1 * 1 \ comer wish to express my appreciation Friedman drove to Utica accom- the Japanese beetles, which are j «* executive session with represen- of your work in the interest of the panied by iMiss Marjorie Knapp' reported to be attacking trees inltatives of the milk control boards ' milk producers. Our checks for and went on to CCew York by! this sex tion. Traps will be set out (off New York, New Jersey and Con- June milk this year for the same =Mrs. Ruth Perriirof Potsdam was'bin of Massena for $40 a visitor in the city yesterday. Clarence Byrns of Shaniokin is fe pen ding his vacation at his home here. Miss Constance Dillingham is spending a week with her grand-, .___.__. parents Dr. and Mrs. Paiker. of 1 train. land daily inspections made for : neeticut, said Burt W. Miller, as- quantity and* same test were a ai- Watertown * i Richard Olive, John D. Van Ken-1 the next month or .two. Patrick ' eistant director of the New York most double June, 1952. The iacrea- Joseph Henry, Lawrence Mills nen and F. A. Flaherty will leave; Tynan of the loial work relief j Control Board. A first meeting of sed income and encouraged outlook and John Adams have returned today for Binghamton to attend! staff has been assigned by Direc-: the same group, at which the gen-tor the dairy industry has prompt from Rochester, where they spent the tLegion meeting. The Northern 1 tor Arthur Fleetham to assist lniera-1 principles to guide in the for- < ed me to employ several carpenter? *' Xew York delegates will support the work. HA wiH «be paid by thejination of a trade agreement were i and painters in making necessary and daughters. Robert ftlinnich of Tupper Lake!federal government. Similar work worked out was held on Friday. j Improvements that we were unable are visiting for etate commander. j is being done throughout the coua-. Mr. Miller also made public a to makV IHHTeY conditions existing 1 j A daughter was born yesterday try as a national project* j-letter, written to the State board 1 during the past two years.\ i to <Mr. and \Mrs. Harold Jenkins of ! _ „— Watertown at the home of Mrs. the week end. John Robinson Florence and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Bovard in this ctty. A daughter was liorn to Odr. and Mrs. Walter Poste of Canton Aug- ust 27th at the Stevenson Mater- nity hospital. iMiss Margaret Gillis, city librar- ian, has returned from a European trip of several weks. She was ac- companied by Mrs. F. P. Palmer of Jamaica. A daughter, Marilyn Jean, was born August 36 to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Neighbors of New York city. Mrs. Neighbors was formerly Miss Florence Mullen of this city. Mrs. A. E. Sansoucy and (Mrs. AJlen S. Hathaway left yesterday for Binghamton to attend the state Jenkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lawrence, Franklin street and Jersey avenue. Mrs. Jenkins is the former Miss Nellie Law- rence. Announcements have been re- ceived here of the engagement of Miss Priscilla Choate, daughter of News of Gold Exports Causes Stocks to Rise Sears Roebuck 43 1-* Std Oil of 'X- J ....... * 39 3-8 Socony Vacuum 12 »-S Studcbaker Corp 7 Tex Gulf Sulhpdr 33 1-2 \V S Pipe & Foundry 18 3-4 Texas Corp 25 3-4 Chrysler Co 45 5-SJTJ S'Smelting $2 1-4 N'EW YORK, Aug. 29.—The mar ^ **—;**- ;'\~r\r\7^iL ^c ket opened strong this morning but Del Lack & W 37 3*3 | United States Steel 56 5-8 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ^ C *™ e J*; heavy selling set in about mid-day Du Pont 83 1-21United States Steel Pfd. .. *4 3-8 New York to ^° rwood ^* nro f e » and mos t of the gains were erased. Eastman Kodak <S4 i Woolworth , 39 1-4 JHallowell, Jr.. o Milton Ma^Mr^ lLater |n ^ ^ ^^ or _ Erie R R 24 7 ^ Choate *POke mt • re ^ a ' ^^ der permitting the export of new- E Power & Light 9 1-4' in the city hall here a year ago. \*=• Miss* Elizabeth McNally enter- talned a party of friends * her ^^ Goodrich home on Patterson street > ester- ; .... . °° ~ day afternoon. Her guests includ New York Curb Cities Service 3 j Niagara Hudson 9 TODAY LAST TIMES ^RAXTER jotr JOIIAM 'ed the Misses Libby McNaily, Mary j Lynch, Charlotte Burns. Honey i McCarthy, Ethel Madden, ! Hannan, Ellie Henry, Betty Henry ly mined gold was announced and General Motors 34 the market shot ahead at such a Gen Food Prod 37 3-4 j Hudson Bay 10 •Rubber 17 3-S fell behind several minutes at the Goodyear Tire 39 3-4 close. Closing quotations: {Great Northern 29 3-S Alaska Juneau General Electric 25 3-4 Martha Saunders and Marie Paige, j ArthuT Baker of 317 Barre street landed a fine 27-pound muscallonge ! Am while fishing in the St. Lawrence j river near the Black buoy ehoal j opposite State hospital point' last [ evening. He was accompanied by j D. J. Coakley. Mr. Baker has been i very successful as a fisherman this I season, having caught a total of seven large size muscallonge. The Prescott & Ogdensburg Fer- j ry company, Ltd., of Prescott has 32 ai ary ! Allied Chemical 140 1-2 Illinois Central 46 Amer Can Co 93 1-8 International Nickel 21 Am Locomotive 33 1-4 Int Tel & Tel 17 5-8 Am Tel & Tel 128 7-8 ; International Harvester ... 41 5-8Ure Radiator 16 7-8 Lehigh aV R R 24 1-81Mr D. A. R. SEEK RECORDS Am Smelting 41 j Montgomery Ward 27 3-S j Srwe-lCat-Si Chapter of the D. All farmer*. «tnd other*, who ) know of private burial grounds urged to -write or telephone s. 'Merritt Morse, chairman of A. R. Mrs. Morse is seeking to ob- Am Tobacco «8 , } Marine Midland 9 3-4 j American Tobacco B 90 jNat Dairy Prod 19 1-2, Auburn Auto <61 ! Xatiomd Biscuit ....: 57 1-4 ^ 1E information of the burying Bald Loc Works ...?...... 14 1-2 N Y Central •. • 52 l-£lP*»«es of Revolutionary War sol- Beth Steel 4* s. { Xat Power Light ......'...: 14 3-4 j diers or their wives in St Law Ohio 36 Balti & Borden Co 27 7-8 Calumet Hecla 6 1-4 Canadian Pacific 17 1-8 I Northern American ... 2*4 3-4 FLAMtMG LOVEItS TOGfTMEft! COMEDY—WORLD \\NEWS THURSDAY—FRIDAY **THIv (TkfiM 'WTURM SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTIONS SCREEN SONG TLL BE GLAD WHEN YOU'RE DEAD- PEPPER POT -LOVE THY NEIGHBOR- LATEST NEWS EVENTS been incorporated in Canada to j Cont'l Can Co £5 1-8 take over the present company of i Con Gas 49 1-2 that name. The capital consists of j Com Solvents 39 3-8 5,0W shares without par value. | Com Wei Sou 3 1-4 The incorporators are P. K. Hal-1 Chi Ot West 5 1-4 ! Safeway Stores bl 1-2 J street and her -phone 918. rence County. <She asks that ia- N Y N H & Hr 29 3-4 formation regarding private bur- Proctor^lamble 43 4^ ffrauIlds ^ given her and al . Pac Gas Elec 24 go BiWe Tevard6 of ^ birthf ^j.. Pub Serv N J 41 1-2 ^^g death ^ all Revolutionary ^a^* 0 ^ Soldiers in the County, for whom Rep 1 Steel 18 1-S ftU ch records Are availabJe. Mrs. Rem Rand 9 3-8} Morsel address ts 71« Franklin Dollar Day Thursday WHAT IS THIS THIN G CALLED THRIFT ? NATHAN FRANK'S SONS Gives you this simple answer: Thrift means intelligent, carefully calculated spending. Nathan Frank's Sons are ready to co-operate with you in prac- ticing true thrift by selecting 89 articles for $1.00 day at prices just as low as we can possibly make them. Look For fho Dollar Day Specials throughout our entire store, combined with the money saving opportuni- ties for which you are looking—-durin? our 75th Anniversary Sale.

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