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The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, December 10, 1933, Image 12

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SUNDAY. HEC. 10. 19:5:5 THE <\M;l>KXsP»l\Kt* ADVANCE AND ST. LAWKENCE SUNDAY DEMOCRAT PAGE TWELVE Local and Social Mrs. fi-rt (iilligan entertained twelve at bridge-tea yesterday. Gordon McKadden is spend ins the week end at Glens Falls. John IMnneen is visiting over the we^k end with his sister, Mrs. John Brior. Watertowu. Mrs. William H. Daniels will re- tnrn home today from the Hepburn hospital, where she underwent an operation recently. A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Kfl'ord Shannon, liar re street. >, sterday at the A. Darton Hep- burn hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Vilas will leave in the near future for New York to >pend the winter with t;:eir children. Edward B. Knecht and James Haley returned yesterday from Huston. Pa., to spend Uie week end with their families. The condition of Charles i>. Hub- bard, who is ill with pneumonia. vas reported to be somewhat im- proved yesterday and his chances for recovery are deemed pood. <\apt. Harry P. Irvine arrived home from Chicago Friday. Ht j STRAftl) TODAY and MON. TOGETHER ^ AGAIN IN THE YEAR'S MOST SENSATIONAL MUSICAL DRAMAS Joan playing with her new heart inter- est. Franchot Tone- A DOE D Marimba Orchestra LATEST NEWS EVENTS A CHANCE ON THE 1934 STUDESAKER WITH EACH ADULT TICKET MILE-A-MINUTE MARTY By THE B. & S. MOTOR CO., 212 Green St. MtST&f?- HAVE 3PE. E. fo METER TVAAT X ISO, eoT I CAN MAKE |NV/ CAR'S GOMZ Ov/tLR STARS MULTIPL-V TfSV To Mr SEVELHTy Ti-\C7<L\SANO- e>i^T S\tsc^- SPEEDOMETER LIAR- n HAS BEJE.N SERVICING Ru*S^> L\KE' TH^- \FIRST Come In and See the New 1934 Ford V-8—Showrooms Open Daily from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. was in command of motors!) ip Steel Motor, which was laid up at Chicago. State Trooper George Ashley of Morristown is receiving treatment for an infected toe at the A. Bar- ton Hepburn hospital. He has been troubled by the ailment for some lime past. Charles \\\ S MacQueen of Og- densburg has returned home from the upper lakes after laying up his boat, the Fitzgerald, of the D. Sul- livan line at Milwaukee. Mrs. George J. tMadden will en- tertain at a Bingo party at her home on Franklin street Monday evening. December 11- Members iof St. John's Auxiliary are invited and permitted to bring a friend. I Richard J. Hannan was awarded! j the Eagle Srout rank at the court I : of \\honor Friday night in the Bap-] I tist church parlors. He is a son of | Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Hannan !and a senior at St. 'Mary's acad- emy. \ Representative Bertrand H. Snell, minority leader in the House, {celebrated his 63rd birthday yes- I terday. He was born in Colton | Dec. 9, 1870, and has for eight ! terms been at Congress from this i A meeting of the Newman Club will be held Tuesday evening. Dec. | 12. at St. Mary\ s Academy Assem- : bly Hall. Reverend Father Hogan ; will be the guest speaker. Each ' member may invite a guest, i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blair and I family, of Ogdensburg. and Mr. and | Mrs. James D. Bradley and family, ; of Ottawa, spent Sunday at the i home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Brad- ! ley. Park St. East.—Prescott Jour- nal. The Christinas Entertainment at I the Cnited Helper's Home will be , held Friday, l>ec. 2'Jnd. Will the I friends of the children join in the 1 happiness of the Holiday season, by contributing games, toys, books ! or money, for the girls and boys and thus make for them a Merry ' Chrislnias.. Contributions can be sent directly to the H;»me or to the residence of Mrs. William Craig, 713 Greene street. Cold Wave Brings 16 Under Zero Yesterday was the coldest day of the winter in this city, thermo- meter readings ranging from 10 to 16 degrees below zero in Ogdens- burg early in the morning. Last night the mercury was below zero and another low mark was indi- cated for today. Rivers are freez- ing and navigation has come to a halt on the St. Lawrence. The forecast for this week is as follows: North and Middle Atlantic states: Mostly fair except for rains about Thursday, moderate temper- atures most of week except colder about Friday. For the region of the Grc^t Lakes: Precipitation first of week generally fair middle, precipitation, again at close: colder flrst of week, warmer middle, colder again at close. LaGuardia Calls on President of U. S. WASHINGTON, Dec. $-—Mayor- elect LaGuardia. of New York to- day was a visitor in toe White Housf and remained closeted with President Roosevelt over one hoar. He refuse* to comment, his mood being the direct opposite of his general fighting buoyant nature. |l is understood his haziness cov- ered a federal loam for wort: relief ia New York, Codes Are Signed By the President WASHINGTON. Dec. *-—The President today signed the Brew- er* and Distillers cades. Next week ather Hanor pmblgmr will he ta- k^n an. 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