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Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester,
Dec 31, 1941 by: GSubyak@aol.com
ONTARIO PLANS COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE UNIT
Commission Form Due for Board Approval
Canandaigua - A commission form of civil service administration for Ontario County will be recommended to the Board of Supervisors here today by a special committee headed by Supervisor Fred G. LYON, Naples.
After several months of study, this committee has decided in favor of the county civil service commission as the best of three optional forms of
administrating the civil service extension law which goes into effect July 1, 1942, Chairman LYON said yesterday.
Other members of the committee are Supervisor Casnter E. RAPELEE, Geneva City, and Alexander M. LANE, Gorham. Supervisors are expected to approve recommendations as drafted by this committee. Members of the commission to serve without pay will be made by the Board of Supervisors for overlapping terms of six years. Under the law, not more than two members of such a commission may be of the same political party. Supervisors can elect to ignore the committee's recommendations and vote for a county personnel officer or may elect the State Civil Service Commission to administer the county services it now administers for the state and several counties.
Recommendations for salary boosts for county employees in the lower bracket will be made to supervisors today by a special committee headed by
Supervisor Fayette S. TAYLOR, Geneva Town. Among those probably affected by the recommendations are some employees of Sheriff Walter A. ELLING's staff and several low-salaried clerks and stenographers in various county departments. Authorization for such recommendations was voted by supervisors at a regular meeting early this month.
Mayor George McG. HAYES will begin his third term tomorrow by reappointing Guy M. RAINES as city clerk, Edward J. COLMEY as city attorney and Browning CROWELL as a member of the board of assessors, he announced yesterday. These are the only city officers to be filled by mayoralty appointment.
Few if any changes are expected in Canandaigua City's official family next year. All aldermen were returned to office in the fall election. They are
expected to re-elect George W. URSTADT as president of the Common Council and reappoint all officials for which they have charter authority at the re-organization meeting Jan. 5. Offices thus to be filled are city scaler, two assessors, two members each of the Board of Health and Public Safety and the Board of Public Works.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY Apr 4, 1942 by: GSubyak@aol.com
DAVIS - Stanley J. DAVIS
of 129 Washington St., Canandaigua, N. Y., entered into rest, Apr. 3, 1942.
He is survived by his wife, Helen McCLURE DAVIS;
his foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. George SMITH of
Aloquin, N. Y.; two nieces and two nephews.
Services from the home Monday at 3 p.m., Rev. Stephen S. PRATT officiating. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Rochester Times Union, Rochester, NY July 18, 1942 by: Dianne Thomas
DEATHS - John CONE - Canandaigua - John CONE, 75, life long resident of this city, died here yesterday, July 17, 1942, in Memorial Hospital. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Thomas LYNAUGH, Victor, and Miss Maria CONE, Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Bridget MILES, Salamanca, and Mrs. Nora DURNIN, Penn Yan, and two brothers, Martin and Edward CONE, Reed Corners. Funeral will be at 10 am Monday in St. Mary's Church with burial in Calvary cemetery.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday August 25, 1944 Pg 8, col 3
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, October 27, 1944 by: Dianne Thomas
James R. Breen Injured In France - Another Ontario County soldier has been wounded in France, it was learned here when the War Department reported to Mrs. Margaret BREEN, Hopewell, that her son, Pvt. James R. BREEN, 22, had been hit, October 3. Inducted into the Army on September 30, 1943, Pvt. BREEN was sent to England after four months' training and had been fighting in France since the early invasion days. He is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy. A brother, Cpl. Howard M. BREEN, is with the U.S. Marines in the South Pacific.
OF FATAL BLAZE IS SOLVED
of a blaze which cost the life of 13-montlis-old John
Edward COYE today was attributed to 3-year-old David
his baby brother was cold when left un his crib for a few minutes by the
children's mother, Mrs. Keith C. Coye, at the
Canandaigua RO 3.
apparently attempted to warm the baby by putting a piece of blazing
firewood in the bed. The infant
died here in Memorial
Wednesday night a few hours after he was found by the mother with his clothing
afire and suffering from third degree
about the head and body. At
the time of the accident no coherent story of how it occurred could be secured
from little David
had been left in the house with his baby brother for a few minutes while his
mother went into the farmhouse yard. On her
she found the baby's clothing afire, but could not determine the cause.
she told Canandaigua friends,
David finally explained he had taken
a piece of fire wood, lighted it in the kitchen stove and
it in John's crib because
"baby was cold." He is survived by the parents and brother and
two grandmothers, Mrs. Julia Smith, Shortsville and
Mrs. Myrtle Rowe, Cleveland, Oh. Funeral services
will be held at
p. m. today in the Kennedy funeral home here with burial later in
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, February 23, 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
Death Brings to Close Long Life of Augustine SACKETT - Augustine SACKETT, 78, one of Canandaigua's oldest and most respected business men, who had conducted an insurance agency in the city for 33 years, died in F. F. Thompson hospital, Wednesday. He had been admitted as a patient only the day before, but had been confined to his bed for several days previously. He had not been in robust health for the last two or three years, but up until about 10 days before his death, was able to attend to affairs of business and was at his office almost daily until the severe winter storms made it inadvisable for him to leave his home. Born in Canandaigua town, son of Henry A. and Delia Parks SACKETT, Mr. SACKETT was educated in the rural school in his district and later in Canandaigua Academy. Except for a brief residence in Muncie and Indianapolis, Ind., and 6 years of serving as comptroller's clerk in Sing Sing, and other eastern state's prisons, Mr. SACKETT spent his entire life in Canandaigua. As a young man he held positions with the old Canandaigua Electric Light Company and the Pennsylvania Railroad. Returning to Canandaigua from his post in the State service in 1912, he purchased the fire and casualty insurance agency of Cyrus D. Henry and in 1918, bought a similar agency of John Raines & Sons. In 1922 the agency was incorporated under the name of the Sackett Agency, Inc. He held many 25 year awards from various companies he represented.
A charter member of Canandaigua Rotary Club, organized in 1919, Mr. SACKETT was also a past master of Canandaigua Lodge, F & AM, a member of Excelsior Chapter, RAM, and Red Jacket Commandery, Knights Templar. He also was an active member of the Canandaigua Methodist Church and for many years he served as president of its Board of Trustees. For many years he was treasurer of the Ontario County Republican Committee.
Quiet and unassuming, Mr. SACKETT was always a willing contributor of time and money to every worthwhile civic enterprise. Kindly and fair, in all his dealings, he was uncompromising in his stand for what he believed to be right. He was a stalwart of a generation which is all too rapidly passing from the scene, and whose good work and fine principles should be emulated by succeeding generations.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Emma Wolverton SACKETT, to whom he was married in 1898, and a nephew, George BENHAM of Penn Yan. Funeral services will be held from the home, 115, Howell street at 2:30 o'clock this (Friday) afternoon, with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Canandaiguans Are Killed, Seriously Wounded In Action - Two popular young Canandaiguans, one of whom had been in France less than two weeks, were reported killed and another seriously wounded, by the War Department, in messages received within the past week. Killed were Pfc. James T. GRIEVE, 26 and Pvt. Jack D. BURRETT, 18, while the wounded soldier is Cpl. Technician, George E. POPPLEWELL, 33.
Pfc. GRIEVE, who was killed in action on Luzon, January 21, was born in Canandaigua, a son of the late Alexander and Mrs. Sylvia VanDeVoorde GRIEVE. He graduated from St. Mary's parochial school and attended Canandaigua Academy before entering the taxicab business which he conducted for five years before entering the Army. He had been in service in the South Pacific since April 1943. Besides his mother, he leaves three brothers and three sisters, George, of Holcomb, Alexander of Rochester, and Robert of this city, who Saturday received his call to report for induction March 5; Mrs. Henry HAIGHT and Misses Helen and Isabel GRIEVE, of this city.
Pvt. BURRETT was the son of Mrs. Frank BURRETT, Gorham street. He was graduated last June from Canandaigua Academy. He was inducted into the service in August and trained at Fort Mc Clellan, Ala. He left for Fort George G. Meade, Md., for overseas about January 9 and died in action in France on January 31. His last letter home was written January 22. Pvt. BURRETT was born in Rochester and had been a resident of Canandaigua about two years, coming here from Honeoye. Besides his mother, survivors are three sisters and a brother, Mrs. P. H. WIRSING and Mrs. H. E. BENNETT of this city; Mrs. H. C. STEWARD, Holcomb and M. C. BURRETT, Rochester.
Mr. and Mrs. George POPPLEWELL, Howell street, were notified that their son, George, was seriously wounded on Luson, January 12. He was serving as a carpenter with an engineer aviation battalion. The message said he had been hospitalized and included the address which may be obtained from his parents. Inducted November 10, 1942, he trained in Florida, at Geiger Field, Spokane, Wash and Wendover Field, Utah, before going overseas in June. He is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy.
His wife, the former Miss Mary Frances HOWES, to whom he was married at Geiger Field Chapel (cut off)
The Victor Herald, Victor, NY Friday, March 9, 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
+ Inductees Leave for Armed Forces
The following inductees left Canandaigua, Monday morning, for service in the armed forces, having been called up by Local Draft Board 519:
Canandaigua - Andrew ALLEN, Charles William GREEN, Donald Franklin O'NEIL, Robert Leon GRIEVE, Robert Charles MC ELWEE and Clarence LaVerne WILSEA.
Victor - James Bender GUINAN, John Edward MC CARTHY Jr.
Churchville - Herbert D. DEGAUGH.
Macedon - Charles Henry BLAZEY, Donovan Earl SMITH.
Naples - Durwood Benjaimin BASSETT.
Manchester - Joseph Patsy PETTRONE, Roy William WOODRUFF.
Clifton Springs - Frederick Milton HUDSON, Richard A. HACKETT.
Shortsville - Arthur B. COOLEY.
Pearl Harbor, T.H. - William H. DOW.
+ Clifford SADLER Returns To Base After Furlough - Clifford SADLER, S 1-c, has returned to Newport, R.I. after an eight day leave spent with his wife and son and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry SADLER, Canandaigua. A dinner party was given in his honor by Mr. and Mrs. Sherman ERNST of Mendon, during his leave. He is a radio operator.
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, April 27, 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
WEDDING BELLS -
BACON - THOMPSON - In St. Luke's Episcopal church in Southern Pines, NC, Friday afternoon, April 6, 1945 at 5:00 o'clock, took place the marriage of Miss Edith Elaine THOMPSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Grieve THOMPSON of Fort Hill avenue, this city, and Staff Sergeant John Stebbins BACON, USMC, Cherry Point, NC. son of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin S. BACON, of Miami, Fla., formerly of Canandaigua. The Rev. Craighill F. BROWN, rector of the church, performed the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her cousin, Mrs. Joseph Lee BROWN, Southern Pines, while Carl G. THOMPSON, uncle of the bride, was best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. THOMPSON, former Canandaiguans. Sergeant and Mrs. BACON will live at 114 Broad street, New Berrn, NC. A machinist with Marine ___ation unit at Cherry Point, Sergeant BACON returned in January, after 17 months in the Pacific. He enlisted in October 1942, and served with a fighter squadron in the Sar___ and the Gilbert and Marshall chain. He attended Canandaigua Academy and Rochester Institute of Technology. Mrs. BACON attend Canandaigua Academy, Emma Willard School and Rochester Institute of Technology. Since last fall, she had been a member of the staff of Look magazine in New York.
KUHN - CARLILE - In the Presbyterian chapel, Saturday afternoon, took place the marriage of Miss Alice Elizabeth CARLILE, the daughter of Mrs. Walter SHAY (cut off)
New Addresses of Those In Service:
+ David SR. SPAULDING, F 2-c, Div 20, Sec. J., Basic Engineering School, Gulfport, Miss.
+ Cpl. James J. D'AUGUSTINO, USMCR U.S. Naval Hospital, Ward C-5, Corona, Calif.
+ Midshipman, Robert G. PEASE, USNR, John Jay Hall, Bilet 606A, New York 27, NY.
+ A/C Rodney W. PEASE Jr., 1216-7861m Group Q Sqd. 242, SAACC San Antonio, Texas.
+ J. R. BREEN, 42024411, SCVN 1107, Convalescent Hospital, Camp Edwards, Mass.
Farmer Hurt In Battle With Burglar - Sheriff's Deputies, James L. LOCKE and Oren H. SANGSTER, are investigating a series of thefts of tools and feed from the Mrs. Elmer COLF place in Cheshire, which is farmed by Frank HICKS. In an encounter with the thief, on March 31, Mr. HICKS was struck on the head with a blunt instrument and so badly hurt as to require medical attention. On that occasion, he heard the barn door open at night and ran out of the house in time to see a man leaving with a bag of cow chow on his shoulder. The man dropped the bag and started to run. HICKS caught him and was struck on the right temple in the struggle that followed. It was too dark to identify the intruder who got into a car and drove away towards Cheshire. In an encounter with a burglar in December, HICKS fired a shotgun leaded with bird shot as the man dropped a bag of corn and ran. Tools and feed have been disappearing for some time, it is reported.
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, April 27, 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
Group To Take Pre Induction Exams - Registrants ordered to appear for pre-induction physical examinations early in May by Local Board 219, are as follows:
Canandaigua: Paul F. BROWN, Frances P. MC WILLIAMS, George W. BARKLEY, Harvey C. CHRISTMAN, Eugene E. JOHNSTON, John J. ZURIO, John W. CARLILE, Edward L. HERENDEEN, Charles P. GROUP.
Clifton Springs: John E. HERENDEEN, Robert C. BRADEN, Cecil R. LANNON, Vernon G. SANFORD, Harold F. BUNCE.
Buffalo: Franklin B. ANDREWS, James V. CARRS.
Brockport: Wilbur M. MC CORMICK.
Dundee: Howard R. DAVIS.
Fairport: Ward E. ROWLEY.
Holcomb: Leslie W. MEEHAN.
Ithaca: Gordon CHESTER Jr.
Lima: Howard F. STODDARD
Manchester: Floyd A. LENZI, Angelo PRONTI, Donald J. SANDERS.
Naples: Gilbert G. SPERRING Jr., Stewart W. LIDDIARD, Fred M. Fox.
Palmyra: Charles A. VAN GELDER.
Phoenix, Ariz.: Harry H. MORLEY.
Pittsford : Howard C. KEUER.
Rochester : William B. MORIARTY, Edward M. DE KRUGER
Roscoe, Calif: LeRoy G. PROSSER.
Shortsville: Maynard E. VAN NORTEL, Richard Richard SCHRADER, Robert J. GERSBACH, John A. REED, Charles R. HADDEN.
Victor: Donald R. BRAKE, Miles E. PENNER, William R. RYAN.
Waterloo: Sanford B. DAVIS.
Wiliamsville: William D. DILLON.
Inductees To Report Early Next Month - Local Board No. 519 has announced that the following registrants have been ordered for induction early in May:
Canandaigua - Robert L. MILLER, John A MUSCATO, Kenneth ERB, Carl W. HARTER, Clifton TILLINGHAST, Broke A. JOHNSON.
Clifton Springs - James H. POTTER, Harold F. VERSTREATE, August G. PROVOOST.
Ionia - Charles B. BALDWIN.
Lyons - Wilfred PULLEN
Manchester - Louis G. DE GLOMA.
Palmyra - Leon A. PARKER.
Rochester - Richard J. ABBEY, Ammon F. HARRER, Anthony C. LEMINGER, Clifford B. GARRATT.
Shortsville - Leo E. CURRAN.
Victor - Michael R. SZKAPI, and Thomas P. ZUMBO.
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, June 1, 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
Herbert C. FERGUSON Promoted to Sergeant - Herbert C. FERGUSON, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. John FERGUSON of Canandaigua RD2, has been promoted to the grade of sergeant, according to an announcement form the 15th AAF in Italy. Radio operator-gunner on a B-24 bomber, sergeant FERGUSON is stationed in Italy, with the veteran 459th Bombardment Group, which began combat operations in March 1944, and has since flown 242 combat missions to all parts of German held territory and has been awarded the Distinguished Unit citation. Sergeant FERGUSON, formerly employed by Eastman Kodak Company as a machinist, has flown 14 combat missions and has been awarded the Air Medal and one Oak Leaf Cluster, and also wears the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Ribbon, with three battle stars. His wife, Mrs. Trudy FERGUSON, resides at Geneva, RD 2.
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, September 26, 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
WOODRUFF - Funeral services will be held today, Friday, at 2:00 pm, for Silas Henry WOODRUFF, 91, lifelong resident of Canandaigua, who died Tuesday, September 25, 1945, in his home in Phelps street. Services will be from the Kennedy Funeral chapel in Bristol street, the Rev. Hardy LUMB officiating. Interment will be made in West Avenue Cemetery, Canandaigua. A member of the old Canandaigua Band for many years, Mr. WOODRUFF died after a long illness. He was on the honor roll of the Mutual Hook and Ladder Company of this city. Survivors are a son, Roy W. WOODRUFF of Canandaigua and an grandson, Roy W. WOODRUFF Jr., with a heavy artillery unit in the Pacific area.
BENHAM - Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Mary Babcock BENHAM, 79, who died Friday, September 21, 1945, after a long illness. The Rev. Hardy LUMB officiated and interment was made (cut off)
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday November 9, 1945 by: Ron Hanley
WEDDING BELLS SAGE - PIERCE
Following the ceremony high tea was served to 75 guests in the church social rooms. Miss Lutie L. Gooding and Mrs. Raymond J. Russell poured. After a wedding trip to Canada, Sergeant Sage will return to Cherry Point, N. C., for his honorable discharge after three years in the service. He served 10 months in the South Pacific with the Air Forces, returning to the States in April.
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday November 9, 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
CLAWSON - Funeral services for Arthur R. CLAWSON ,60, who died Tuesday, November 6, 1945, at his home in Telyea street, were held Thursday afternoon, the Rev. S. S. PRATT officiating. Burial was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr. CLAWSON was born in Rock Stream, November 11, 1884. he was a member of Canandaigua Lodge, IOOF, and the Methodist Church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Edith Barber CLAWSON; one son, Earl B. CLAWSON, recently discharged from the Army after serving in the European Theater, and two grandchildren, Donald Earl and Jean Andrew CLAWSON, this city.
HOSEY - Funeral services for Thomas HOSEY, 75, Beals street, who died Sunday, November 4, 1945, in F. F. Thompson Hospital, were held from St. Dominic's church, Shortsville, Thursday morning. Interment was made in St Patrick's cemetery in Macedon. Mr. HOSEY was born in Farmington, July 24, 1870, and for a number of years bought produce for his brother, James HOSEY, who operated a coal and produce business in Manchester. Retiring 15 years ago, he moved to Canandaigua. Survivors are one brother, William HOSEY, Palmyra, and a nephew, Leslie HOSEY, Manchester.
MASSAGLIA - MC FARLANE - Miss Jean Caroline MC FARLANE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David E. MC FARLANE, formerly of this city (Canandaigua) , and Dobbs Ferry, are now of Fulton, was married Friday, November 2, 1945, in the Little Church Around the Corner, to Ensign Paoli E. C. MASSAGLIA, USNR, son of Mrs. Ida R. MASSAGLIA and the late Dr. Aldo C. MASSAGLIA, Laureat d'Institute Pasteur, who came to the United States as exchange professor of pathology form the University of Genoa to Northwestern University. The bride wore a town of turquise crepe with matching hat and had a corsage of orchids. She (cut off)
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY December 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
Dr. Harry M. SMITH Dies from Heart Attack at Rotary
Canandaigua was shocked and saddened early Thursday afternoon, by the news of the sudden death of Dr. Harry Marquis SMITH, from a heart attack. Dr. SMITH had attended a meeting of the Rotary Club, of which he was a member. He was stricken in the lobby of the Hotel Canandaigua, where he died. Dr. SMITH became ill with a heart ailment four years ago. Relinquishing his extensive practice, which included much surgical work, he spent the winter of 1942 in Florida. He returned to Canandaigua considerably improved in health but had not fully resumed the activities of previous years. Born in Canandaigua about 56 years ago, Dr. SMITH was a son of the late Charles and Anna Boswell SMITH. He spent most of his life here. Graduated from the New York University Medical College in 1912, he became associated with the late Dr. Albert L. BEAHAN in the management of the Canandaigua Hospital of Physicians and Surgeons and later built up a large private practice. Dr. SMITH was a fellow of the American college of Surgeons, a member of the State, Ontario County and City Medical societies; the Canandaigua Scientific Association and was prominent in Masonic Circles. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ruby VanVechten SMITH; two daughters, Dr. Isobel, the wife of Dr. Augustus W. SAINSBURY, now with the United States Navy Medical Corps on Guam, and Miss Helen I. SMITH of this city; one son, John V. SMITH, a student in Syracuse University, and two grandchildren, David William and Ann SAINSBURY.
Suicide Verdict In Death of Stanley HOLLAND
A verdict of suicide was issued by Coroner E. S. BROWN, in the death of Stanley HOLLAND, 39, whose body was found Wednesday morning, December 26, 1945, in the barn at his farm home in Littleville. Deputies Edward M. BREEN and Calvin P. BROWN, who investigated, said HOLLAND shot himself through the heart with a 12 gauge shotgun. It was reported that HOLLAND arose at 5:40 a.m. and his wife, Doris, found a note on the kitchen table at 7:30. She went to a neighbor's for aid. The sheriff's deputies were notified and they found HOLLAND in the hay mow of the barn. He is said to have been despondent for some time. Besides his wife, he leaves three children, Hurbert Stanley, 5; Clifford Irving, 4, and Robert Eugene HOLLAND, 19 months.
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, December 21, 1945 by: Dianne Thomas
+ Mrs. Clyde HERRINGTON, who was ill with laryngitis over the weekend, was able to resume teaching in Cheshire Union School, the middle of the week.
+ William TAYLOR of Willard called on friends Saturday afternoon. He was a former resident here.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Harold JOHNSON and son, John Case JOHNSON, EM, who is at home on furlough, and Miss Patricia MACK of Canandaigua were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. DOUGLASS of Rochester.
+ A. L. WILLYS observed his 88th birthday last Saturday. He as been a patient in F. F. Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua, for the past three years.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Carl REED and their daughter have moved into the DRUSCHEL home.
+ John Walter ABEEL of Owego spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John VAN WIE.
+ Mrs. Donald READ received an injury to one of her hands, Monday morning, in a fall at her home.
+ Mrs. Albert BUNNELL & son, Bruce, will leave this week for several weeks with her parents, Dr. & Mrs. GREEN in Jamestown.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Frank BARNUM expect to leave this week, for an extended visit with their son, William BARNUM and Mrs. BARNUM in Florida. Albert BUNNELL is taking them by auto.
+ Mrs. Melvin PIERCE of the Middle Cheshire road, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Elton SMITH in Syracuse. Mrs. Leon PIERCE spent the week with her son and family.
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