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••'i-''XM-.$ l ,, .v.^-- : « REPUBLIC - PEMPCB&*, gBOCBfrgffff'*ff.•*£3WP$ JP^Y $#. *&-^*-fe> f -,'.., REPUBLIC-DEMOCRAT CLASSIFIEP APS i *»»> 'file at Town Clerk's office, Clark- son Town HaH, Lake Rd, Clark- json, N. Y, where it may be seen and examined by any person interested until Wednesday, July 30th, 1958. j NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that jwe, the undersigned, assessors of the said town, of Clarkson will RATES: 50c for 25-word 1 minimum, above 25 words at 2C per; TOe saia ^ u -\* *»««*«»» «-* word. • No capital letters except m& three words., No boldJ\\** ** Clarkson Town Haii^ face type. Display classified ads, no bold face, $1 per column-™ ^-J^f^l 9 T a £J- ^ inch, minimuirt $2. Copy accepted subject to approval by Publisher. FOR SALE P-m. on Wednesday, July 30tb, 1958, for the purpose of review- ^ said assessment roll, and HAVE YOU TRn_0-Oux\lne^ hearing and examining all corn- eclairs with the flu ffy P^m relation to such assess- - i~»n( «int mav h«» hrnlltrhfc before fOR SALE—(BuadlJig' late in tal- lage. Corner of Washington and State Sits. Village water, itrees, tti$gh and dry, \with a nac e view. Inquine Bertl/UHs, phone 555 or 1 €01. i> i ; FOR SALE—1957 Lincoln house trailer, 45 ft. long, 10 ft. wide. Call Brockport 877-F-6. m • ' \ - \ —. i i • • • — — • 'Mi , —• . i - i _ii —.i - FOR SAUE—(Lot 'in Bandy Creek, •near lake. Inquire Jacik 'BVencih, 73 Barry '_Vt. FOE SALE—Double house, Lib- erty St. Four rooms up, five rooms down. All excellent con- dition. Modem kitchen and bath down. Automatic gas hot water heat, two-car garage, lot size 120 x 173. Phone Rob- ert Bruce, Brockport 328. With Nothnagle Gallery of Homes. summer . _ ... marshmaUow filling? Just the right dessert you need for sum- mer meals. ShofFs Home Bak- ery, 4630 South Lake Rd., Brockport. Next to Charcoal Pit. \ v ment that may be brought before us. George E. Lawton \ Arthur M. Allen Robert E. Sheldon Town Assessors SlAfvTE YOU ITOORK—(Ctome ready- cut to ytour act. You bufiM all or contract a& or pant (Ranch type or expansion taSfrJc 'homes, for 39 (years now ifcne Sinest quality ipackiaged home. Choose tfrom 70 Ibeautlfia designs, many colored. Bend 50c SOT your new, tagger and better Bennett (Catalogue. Quality (Homes, (Distributor df (Bennetit Ready-Cut Hkyrnes, 520 KSraa&e Building, Rochester 4, N.T. FOR SALE—Ford 500 Victoria, automatic transmission, radio and heater, wiute sJdewaH tires, skirts, backup lights, chrome pack. 8,000 miles, 300 HJ\ en- gine. Bargain for a clean deal. Clyde Thomas, Traugott Buick, Brockport. FOR SALE—Stogie house, Lake Rd., Bergen. Nice three bed- room home. Living room with Parque floors. All modern kitchen and bath, fireplace. One bedroom down. Price $12,000. Phone Robert Bruce, Bkpt. 328. Nothnagle Gallery of Homes. INDUSTRIAL, BUILDING—For sale or long term lease. Located on Clinton St. Formerly occu- pied by GE. Oil heat and all improvements. Suitable for manufacturing or merchandise display rooms oft storage. M. B. Karge, owner. Phone Bkpt. 104. a distance''of .it7ff |eef ^ a'^ooM! stake; thence southerly and ^par- allel to the aforementioned -Bast Line of Lot 9 a distance of 250 feet to a point in'the South Line of Lot 9; thence westerly along the South Line of Lot 9 a distance of 25 feet, thus 1 returning to the point of beginning; containing 0.32 acres more or less. Dated at the City of Rochester, New York this 9th day of July, 1958. --,.-.'.-.-___. fWILLIAM G. EASTON, Referee EDGAR A. COAJPSMAN JR. Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Post Office Address 72 Main. Street Brockport, N. Y. ' NOTICE Notice is hereby given that License No. 51EB2017 has been issued to the undersigned to sell beer and eider at retail for on- premises consumption under Sec- tion 74 of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, at 55 Main. St. in the village of Brockport, Monroe County, N. Y. William J. Graf, DBA Quadrangle Restaurant. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Li- cense No. 51A2236 has been issued to the undersigned to sell beer at retail for off premises consumption under Section 74 of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at Lake Rd, |Hamlin, Monroe County, N. Y. A. C. Bauch Grocery, Hamlin, N. Y. NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Board of Trustees of the Village of Brockport desires to purchase and 'will receive sealed bids at the Village Building, Market St., Brockport, on a new police car until nine o'clock pjaa. EDST., July 31,. 1958, at which time and place said bids will be publicly opened and read. Speci- fications can be obtained from the village clerk. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. F. J. Donahue, Village Clerk. DEATHS Kendall Carnival Set For Next Weekend, Aug. 1-2 The volunteer firemen of Ken- dall will hafld their annual field days the first and second of Aug- ust. Yorke Knapp> is chairman of fep^ll^haSh^Efel^^r^^t -O^osh, HOTTMANN Mrs. Charlotte M. Hottmann passed away on July 11, 1958, at Pontiac, Mich,, after *a four- months illness. Mrs. Hottman, a former resident of Brockport, was born on May 19, 1885 at Stockbridge, Wise., and married OHDCKIE3N aAWBEQUEv—(HattttJm jnoR SAOJE — Camping trailer. (Folding 7 IfL x 9 ®t_ tent and frame on steel box trailer. Bleeps A $85. lfi Holley St. Phone Bfcpt. 69. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Sander, edger wall- paper steamer, tools of all sorts. Carselll Sales and Service, Hol- ley. Phone NEwton 8-6414. FOR RENT—Large modern office space. Available Aug. 1. Sec- ond floor Masonic Temple. Call Geo. Kroger, Bkpt. 30: Ken Dickinson, Bkpt. 1 or George HamiL 295-R. or 666-J. IN YOUR ATTIC—There are probably a lot of articles that could be turned Into cash. Why not advertise them through the classified section of this news- paper? (MeUhodiat Church, Saturday, Ju fly 26, 6:00 p. in. on. ChSdren •E5C, aJdrflts $1.60. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Li- cense No. 51-A-2570 has been is- sued to the undersigned to sell beer at retail for off premises consumption under Section 74 of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at Main St, Brockport, Mon- roe County, N. Y, P. J. Sunseri, DBA Sunseri's Grocery, Brock- port, N. Y. ADDING MACHINE TAPE— Good supply on hand at thli newspaper offlce. Also type- miter ribbons and ribbons for some makes of adding ma chines. FLOWER CITY REALTY—All kinds of real estate—multiple listings. Joseph E. Keable, Local Salesman. Phone 189-11. PAINTING, PAPER HANGING— and hard wood finishing. QualL ty work by experienced man. Walter Carton, phone Bkpt. 105-R collect. 13 South Ave., Brockport NOTICE Notice is hereby given that a license No. 51A2745 has been is- sued to William and Genevieve Scorse, DsBA Clarkson Grocery, under terms ol the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, to sell cider and beer at retail for off- premises consumption at their store located corner Ridge Rd. and Lake Rd., Clarkson, N. Y, Village of Brockport. N. Y. WANTED WANTED—Dead Stock. Our truck will remove promptly without charges. Phone Hubbard\ 1880, Reverse. Wm_ Stappenbeck Inc., 2283 Browncroft BlvcL, Roch- ester. MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEWIVES — TV advertised Avon Cosmetics offers a career to the woman who wishes to be in business for herself. High earnings. One established ter- ritory in Bxockport-Clarkson- Sweden townships. Write or phone Lucille E. French, Avon district sales manager, 177 High St, Avon, I*. Y. Phone Avon 7111. FOtRQHElS 'AWOJNIDOIWB—Wfeslh- ed. See your odd job man. 16 (Park Ate®., !Brce&port MOVJN1G TO OOMN1EX3T03OUT— BelQng out afli IfurnSbure, includ- ing relfrigerator, stove, and washer. Good buys. Can Brock- port 278-tR for information or come to 42 JtiSQard St. SHOFF'S HOME BAKERY- Mother's little helper for the hot summer months when bak- ing at home is such a chore. Free parking. ShofFs 4630 So. Lake Rd., Btrockport. WEDD3NG IIFVITATIONS—Stop In at this newspaper office for prices on your wedding Invita- tions. We specialize in the pop- ular raised letter printing. Reasonable prices. Phone Bkpt. 317, or the Holley Stan- dard, NEwtom 8-6384, OALTJ OR BRING—AHis TV & AppBance, Brockport 555, any of your service problems. TV, radio, car radio, amplifiers, phonogrspha, HIHFL Authorised factory service on General Mo- tore, Warranty Car Radio Ser- vice and Hoover Vacuum Clean- er Service. Next to the A * P. Ample parking in rear of store. STATE OF NEW YORK! SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF MONROE GEORGE W. FOSTER Plaintiff, vs^— NORMAN E. GRATJFMAN and SHIRLEY B. GRAUPMAN; HELTON VILLAGE HARDWARE COKP; W. A. CHAPMAN and LLOYD V. STORANDT, Defendants. In Pursuance of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, duly made and entered in the above entitled captioned action on the 10th day of July, 1958 in the (Monroe County Clerk's Office, I William G. Easton, the undersigned, ref- eree in said judgment named, will sell at public auction at the front vestibule of the Monroe County Court House in the City of Roch- ester, Monroe County, New York on the 21st day of August, 1958 at 10:00 o'clock A-M. Eastern Day- WEDDING INVITATIONS--Fin- est quality at reasonable prices. Processed engraving and steel plate engraving. Come in and see samples. No obligation. Re- public-Democrat, 88 Main St BREAD—Special Friday and Sat urday. That good Homade Bread, 2 for 39c Sliced or un sliced. ShofFs Home Bakery, 4630 South Lake Rd., Brock- port Next to Charcoal Pit. FILING CABINETS—and all kinds of office cabinets, desks, chairs, counters, shelving, etc. The famous Cole Steel Eautp- ment Co, line. See this news- paps' office today. JOffice in Liber 1681 of Deeds, P 11811 in the same month of any OALL BROCKPOfCT 566 — For smites the day -you caB, Any TV can received before noon wfli be done the same day. Affis TV* Appliance. Next to the A & P store. WEDDING TNVrrATIONS—Best quality, lowest prices. Bi,? se- lection. Raised letter printing. See our samples. Brockport Re- public-Democrat or Holley Standard. ROUTE MAN: 24-45. A-l car and references. Laundry, milk, bakery (route experience help- ful. $89.50 plus expenses. Write Mr. Fonnan, 906 Temple Build- ing, 14 Franklin St., Roches- ter^ N. Y. giving particulars. WE LIKE—Oar new location; hope you do- Haven't heard?? We moved to 117 S. Main St. (next to Dunn's). More wash- . ere!! Quicker service!! Self service -available. Phone 623, -Economy Launderette, forf™ 6 saidtown of Sweden rates. ORDER TAKER—65 stops a day, $97.50 plus commissions and ex- penses. Car necessary. Call Mr. Wflke between 7 and 9 pjn. only-^GLenwood 3-9312-W. Legal Notices BAKED GOODS — We always ihave a large variety of dough silts, glazed, jelly, marshmal- . low, sugar twist?, peanut sticks, - - Also plain,- sugared, and cinna- mon fried cakes. ShofFs Home Bakery, 4830 South Lake Rd., Brockport. WANTED^Jftnltor for Hamlin No. 6 School. Salary, $4,100, two tfreeks' vacation, social se- ASSESSOR'S NOTICE The assessor of the town of Sweden having completed the assessment roll of said town for the year 1958, notice is hereby given that a copy thereof, is on fde .at Town Clerk's office, 19 King St., Brockport, N. Y., where it may be seen and examined by any person interested until Wed- nesday, July 30th, 1958. NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that I, the undersigned, assessor of will meet-at Town Office, 19 King St., Brockport 9 a.m. to 3 pjn. on Wednesday, July 30th, 1958, for the purpose of reviewing said as- sessment roll, and hearing and examining all complaints in re- lation to such assessment- Chat] may be brought before us. Grover Stickney Town Assessor Sated July 15, 1958 Parents Of Working; Children Will Not Lose Tax Exemption Most parents will not lose the $800 exemption they may claim on their Federal income tax re- urns for each dependent child spending toe summer vacation at e part-time job, C. E. Coyle JT., district director of Internal Rev- enue, said recently. Children who will still be un- der 19 years of age at the end of the year, and children who are [«ull-thne students, regardless of ge, come under this special ex- emption rule of the Federal in- come tax law, he said. Mr. Coyle explained that par- ents who contribute more than half the support of a child in one Of these categories may claim a dependency exemption regardless of the amount earned by the child. He also had a good word for the working children. They are entitled to a $600 personal N ex- emptlon and may be due a re- light Saying Time^ the premises 1 fund of part or all the Federal described in said judgment as f ol lows, viz; ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND situate in the Town of tTarnlin, County of Monroe and State of New York, being a pert of Lot 9, in the 8th Section of Township S of the Triangular Tract bounded and described as follows: Commencing at a point in the south line of said lot 9 in the center of the North Hamlin ncome tax withheld from their wages. They -will have to file an income tax return, Mr. Coyle said, claiming refund of/any amount withheld in excess of the actual tax liability. Any questions concerning indi- vidual cases can be answered at local Internal Revenue offices, Mr. Coyle said. Frobel is toe grounds chairman.] On FViday everting an auction win be held, with. Joseph Herman in charge. Tfliere w!Bl be new and used articles* Of ewery\ descripWon •to be'sold to the fciigfoeslt hjdsder. The tPadftSonal rffiremen's' parade will sbart at a?rompfcly seven o'clock on Saturday evening, Aug. 2. AH tfire companies in the area have ibeen aruifrted to -participate and a large mrniber of firemen, equipment, and musical units wiQ he present. The Ladles 'Auxiliary wEQ haive a food ibooCh 'Where a. lunch or Complete meal uniay .be purchased. tMemibers oS the various, com- mittees are <as Mfcows: Parking—chairman, Ray Row- ley; Boy Scouts. •Parade marsfhall—(Roger Her- man. Treasurer — cr*ainnuan, Warner Schtek; FrajjAClow, Frank Klick, and iPred Vidk. Special—OLetaris Duseltit, Roger Herman, BaQ> IShncpson. Tickets—<eha!irmoan, (Michael Pad- utchak; Wflliam F\rdbel and Carl Heise.\ *\* • ICtan (booth—chainman, Max BrnobToch; H D. Cliff, Richard Orenaan, (Burton Hardenlbrook, Kenneth I£Mbrtdge, Thomas Wil- son, RfaShand WHson, and Cole Karderibrook- Games—chatanan, (Rudy Bluett; •Vraiiaan BneE, JGeraSd Reamer, ETIoriss Oady, Goonge Young, Ro- bert Mtarsleirje, Clyde uTumess, Ro- toert FurnesB, Vaetor Jurhs, Mil- Cord Bonkex, Walter Reamer, and Duane (Frederick. (Fop gtajid—cfaairman, Roland Mowers; ICail Knohlodh, Ralph Patt, \Walter Stefflen, and Warren Wilson. BPrench Cries—scbairiman, How- ard Sedore; IQraest Meiers and Thomas Swanger. (Hot dogs—Everett Jurhs; Wil- mer KHck, WiQtem Vaok, ST., Ro- bert (WHson, and Renneth (BTurness. dee creajn—craairosan, Gordon (Mael; EJwood Uaiwrence, David Vanderlaan, Marsflrall Mayes, and Roy Mulfond. Watermelon — tihairmari, Joe Herman; K'ennetb Cliff, and Phillip (MaTSttaJl. Games—ichatnnaan, WflEain Har- denbrook; Harold Eludt, Leonard JeWibury, Platit Preston, Kenneth HaH, and EJmmorJt VariVeghten. (Baseball pitch—Chainnan, John Smith.; Natal Kesra/p, James Roh- land, (R. J. Smitfa, and Boh Stock- ixaaa. Beer tent — chaSrmsan, Alex Eorn; (Hortbsrt Clfltf, Paul Tam- -asCUke, Larry Eentiersan, (Lyell Thennan, Gordon Mayes, [LesHo (PasslneaJU, Jatok (Drennan, Carl Yianneck, JSarold Lenninger, Wal- ter Jars, Lyell OoXJourn, Hdmond (Behrens, iFtaymond Kntapp, Wilraer OHetz&e, and \Mas Jonee. Wise. She is survived. by her hus- band, Julius C Hottmann; four daughters, Leona, Daisy, and Doris at home, and iMrs.. James (Clara) Birgquist of Marion, Mich.; two sons, Lloyd of Pontiac and Carl of Brockport; one sister of Phoenix, Ariz.; a brother of Berkeley, Calif. The Rev. M. R. Everett offici- ated at the funeral services, which were held on July 15 from the Huntoon Funeral Home at Pontiac. Interment was in Cres- cent HiUs Cemetery, Pontiac. Two Cars Collide; Lady Hospitalized A Kendall woman was taken to Lakeside Memorial Hospital to the Holley Emerg-eney Squad arnibu- iance Monday* afternoon following a collision of two cars on Wright St., HoHey. She ig (Mrs. Fred Cropsey, wfoo reportedly suffered a heart attack IfoKwwing the acci- dent. Mr, Cropsey was parked along- side the iHarjt store, and was starbiiiig' to pull out •from'Uie curb eaane aM^pfeg.eaast, fKhe two oars coffide^ •ana i^glBt iclaina,=-e resulted *o ^'e veflvleles. (Mrs. Cropsey wsas taken % an^ the flrat aid saua,d was caJled u> administer oxygen. Dr.'Arnold O Riley was also in attendance. Beffiofe puiSWng in a. peauch OT- Chard it's\ a good Mea to read Cor- nell BuMfln EWS68, 'SPeach, cjrow- |,Jn&.\ Tiiie huOaetto. ha!s- liil&ranaition on ©veryilh&g fi«to. iompetitioai with ouSbslde miarkeis ^Q inisetet and dSseasB COnltrol -hi t$e\. oarchard. New Yioifc ' resMenittr. may g et a free copy hjr vnmug to thte May- ing Room, Stone HaM, CorneR Umiivexisffl^ri Khaca, N. T. </li the - mr-condirioned THURS. JULY 24 ORLEANS DRIVE-IN THEATRE On Route 31 between Medina and Albion Movies Are Better Than Ever On Our Mammoth Carved Screen. THURS. JULY 24 Danny Kaye m MERRy ANDREW THE BLACK SCORPION \Hot Spell\ • ••*» Pins \St. Louis Blues\ FRI..-TUES. JULY 25-29 FRL.SAT. JULY 25, 26 Road at the southwest corner of land conveyed to Earl J. Graup- man and Florence Graupman, his wife, by Jennie Mitchell by deed dated December 19, 1934 and re- corded In Monroe County Clerk's page 75; thence northerly along the west line of the lands so con= veyed as above stated, a distance of 200 feet, thence easterly* paral- lel with the south line of said lot 9, 150 feet to a point; thence southerly parallel with the west line 200 feet to the south line of the lot; thence westerly ISO feet to the place of beginning, con- taining more or less. ALSO, ALT. THAT OTHER TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND situate in the Town of Hamlin, County of Monroe and State of New York, being part of Lot 9 in the 8th Section of Township 5 of the Triangle Tract 'bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point in the Souh line of said Lot 9, said south line also being the center of North Ham- lin, Road, said point being a dis- tance of 774 feet westerly from the south East Corner of Lot>9, said point being the south east corner of the present Norman E. and Shirley R. Graupman prop- erty which was purchased from Earl J. and Florence Graupman by deed dated June 18, 1952 and recorded in the Monroe-County Clerk's Office in Liber 2761 of (Deeds at page 222; thence north- erly and parallel with the east line of said Lot 9 for a distance of 200 feet alorig the east line of fhe land so conveyed as above stated to the North iEast Corner of the same; thence westerly and parallel with the aforementioned South Line of \LoU9 a distance of 15ft feet dong the north line of the land so conveyed as above stated to Voi North West Corner J^of tile same; thence northerly and parallel to the East Line of the Lot 9 a distance of 50 feet, to a wood stake in the remain's of the old stone fence /bow. that formerly separated the Earl J. ami Florence Graupman property • ASSESSOR'S NOTICE .„. , The assessors of the town of entity. Anyone interested ap- (clarkson having completed the from what is currently the Wll- ply from 7:3(> pan. to 9 P-m., lasse^ment roU of said town for 3i^ Baase property; thence . (Spy ?3>/*$ 3ttB«nli» School No. I the year. 1958, notice is hereby easterly and parallel to the afore- I £ to meet -witta trustees. ' given tfcat a copy thereof, is on mentioned South Uhe of Lot 9 Savings, Loan Assoc. Inflow Sets New High More new savings were placed n New York State's 233 savings loan associations in June nd previous year. The record $141, 180,223 was $16,335,981 above June, 1957, a rise of 13.1 per cent. According to David Ford, pres- dent of the Savings Association League of New York State, this unprecedented rise in new sav- ings contributed to a net accre- ion of $56,225,770 for the month. This was $5,507,835, or 10.9 per cent, above last June, when the Bet gain was $50,717,935. Withdrawals during the month, Mr. Ford reported, amounted to $84,954,453, which was $10,828,146 above last June's outflow—a 14.6 per cent rise. \For the 12 months ended June 30,\ Mr. Ford said, \toe gain in net savings was $296,217,561. This exceeded Last year's gain for the same period by $1,054,337. ended in 1957. 'Tor the first six months of 1958, net savings rose $175,405,- 374, an increase of $23,709,695, or 15.8 per eent, over the $131,695,- 679 gain in the £rst half of 1957. This net rise was due to a 5.7 per cent increase in, new savings in the period above last year's while •withdrawals were only 2.8 per cent higher. In the first half of 1958, new savings totaled $694,- 492,167, compared with $656,831,- 871, a rise of $37,660,316. With- drawals totaled $519,086,813 in the first sbft months of 1958. This was $13,950,621 more than the $505 136,192 withdrawn in the same period of 1957.\ QUAilTi USED CARS *55 MERCURY 2-d[oor hardtop Sunliner power steering 1495 '56 BUICK Super 2-door hard top, power steering power brakes, 18,056 miles '56 BUICK Super four-door,, power steering and power brakes : 1795 '56 BUICK Super' 2-door hardtop, radio and heater, power steering-, power brakes 1895 '56 BUICK Special 2-door hardtop, power steering, f> power brakes : 1795 '56 BUICK Super 4-door hardtop, Power steering and brakes, electric windows and seat '54 DeSOTO 4-door, power steering, power brakes '53 BfflSRCURY 4-door ,, 595 '5.6 BUICK Special Jour-door sedan, Dynaflow, R&H '57 BUICK Super 4-door hardtop, fully equipped, low mileage ~^_ 2795 Certified Buick Service CATTLE EMPIRE starring Joel McCrea Plus THE ABDUCTORS Victor McLaglen George Macready ftsTrre FbrThe Laughiest TmaOfifcurlifttffne! MYRON McCORMICK «««>«. -MERWN'bROY— jSHfiTriEMAHIM-Ei&Kf7M UW CT&BROS ^ Adults 75c Children 25e WED.-SAT., JULY 30-AUG. I SUN., MON. JULY 27, 28 THIS ANGRY AGE Anthony Perkins Sflvana Mangano — PLUS — SCREAMING MIMI starring Anita Ekberg Phfl Carey Gypsy Rose Lee TUES^-THURS. JULY 29-31 KISS THEM FORME Plus GHOST, DIVER limits TITKTtf AUHSTHWeUHS. tmmwE* ,„,.,„ LVIS ^PRESLEY tn * ?!§p, usili 4 OT Begalsr Frlce» .COMING AUG. 6-12 'Around the World in 80 Days' COMING AUG. 15-16 \Peter Pan\ Kendall Firemen's FIELDS DAYS AUGUST 1 and 2 *.- FIREMEN'S PARADE Saturday, Aug. 2 at 7:00 p.m. AUCTION Friday Night, Aug. 1 New and Used Articles FOOD BOOTH in charge of the Ladies Auxiliary A lunch or complete meat may -be purchased N

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