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ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AXD CHRONICLE, Evena Picture IsaNuisance When Rides Are Free BOY IN AUTO Canadice Lad At in west-ern pow- on Saturday. day the by a of and year of the address in The has a Be the the has Long-hall, a his for the the s the and the the in or and of "up will of the the or the are the by The circus has come to town in town for children at The heart of Livingston County. THREE SCHOOLS LIST EXERCISES Warsaw Arrangements have been completed for graduation exer cises In three Wyoming County high schools. ' In Warsaw, Vernal Schaeffer will be valedictorian and Mi Elizabeth Fischer, salutatorlan. Both are 17. The exact number of graduates will not be known until after regents this week. The sermon to graduates will be delivered JurTe 21 at 8 p. m. In the Congregational Church by the Rev. Clarence B. Gould. Class Night will be observed the following night in the high school auditorium. Commencement exercises will open at 8:13 p .m. June 23 In Far-man Far-man Far-man Theater with the Rev. Frederick Frederick Allen, minister of First Baptist Baptist Church In Troy, as speaker. The sermon will be delivered to Castile High School's graduating Class by the Rev. Henry W. Stevens, minister nf Community Church. Class Night will he the 22nd and commencement exercises will open at 8 15 p. m. June 23. Winfleld W. Rayfield of Webster will deliver the commencement address. Donald Gregg will be valedictorian and Roy Hickey, salutatorlan. There will be 14 in the graduating class. Class Night exercises and a sermon sermon will be omitted in connection with Sliver Springs' graduation observance. observance. Grade commencement at p. m. June 23 will be substituted. Principal D. L. Hint will award grade promotion and perfect attendance attendance certificates. Included In the musical program will be a violin solo by Paul Husted. Graduation exercises will begin at 8 p. m. June 23, in the high school auditorium, with Austin W. Erwm of Geneseo, former Livingston County district attorney, as the speaker. Lewis Clark will be valedictorian valedictorian and Beverly Brownell, salutatorlan. Both are 17. Board in Wyoming To Dine on 'Spuds' Warsaw The Board of Supervisors Supervisors is going to have potatoes for dinner as a part of the monthly meeting July 7. This is because and is staying Ridge, in the Preparing to go out on the road, Harvey George has set i up his equipment and is giving free rides while getting it ready for summer operation Free Rides at 'Ridge' Thrill Children for Miles Around Mount Morris A littlo bit. of linivrn dropped into the hills of liivinpston County for Ihfl kids lliis sprinjf. They've called the little village four miles west of here "The Ridge" for a lifetime but the hamlet has suddenly blossomed Into a triple order of Paradise with merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, Ferris wheel and chair-planes chair-planes chair-planes all free to the kids. A father and son with good, if not long, memories ere solely responsible responsible for the dream which came true down in the Ridge. They are Harvey George and his son, Ieon, who are not too old to remember the county fair and the dazzling red, white and blue eteeds rearing madly on the merry-go-round. merry-go-round. merry-go-round. merry-go-round. merry-go-round. They are not too old to remember the thrill of fishing a dime from a guarded pocket In their jeans and taking over the reins of one of the great mounts. And they are not too old to remember remember the times when they wished for a dime to fish from their jeans. Now that they are grown, father and son, they own the Genesee County Amusements Company which boasts a merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, a feature from away bark; a chair plane, unheard of in the days when they were boys; and a factory-new factory-new factory-new Ferris wheel. The elder George Is a farmer by profession and his rompany operates at fairs and carnivals in New York and Pennsylvania in the summer. He is almost ready to set his company on its annual tour now. So he decided to give the kids of the neighborhood a show they would remember. He set up his stock-in-trade, stock-in-trade, stock-in-trade, stock-in-trade, stock-in-trade, on his farm. Mr. George has been no lees than a busy man since he decided to make that innovation In The Ridge. The kids have hopped aboard the idea and the rides in one swoop-and swoop-and swoop-and no fares have been taken. Merry go-round, go-round, go-round, chair planes and Ferris wheel have rumbled with the furor nf a Genesee County threshing machine in August. But next week Mr. George will test. He will take his equipment on he road to begin the summer's work. Holley Man Held SCIENCE STAFF WAITS PARLEY Geneva - When the summer meeting meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Science convenes In Rochester this week members of the staff of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station here will play an important part in the discussions. Among thj local scientists active in arranging programs are Dr. Z. I. Keitesz, for the American Society of Plant Psysinlogists; Pr H. B Tukey, for the American Society .if Horticultural Science; M T Munn. for the Association of Seed Analysts of North America, and Dr. G. J. Hucker for a joint meeting meeting of the Central New York Branch of the Society of American Racterologism with Section N of the Association. Doctor Hucker also will preside at the Theobald Smith Memorial Session of Section N. Dr. R. J. Anderson, formerly of the Stati io staff and now with Yaie University, will participate in the memorial program. Many of the Geneva scientists will deliver papers and demonstration demonstration lectures. The American Dairy Science Association Is meeting next week at Pennsylvania State Col lege and there will he a large delegation delegation of local specialists. Dr. A C Pahlbeig will give his annual report as edilor of the Journal of Dairy Science. Suit Right Granted In Fatal Accident Suit over death of 7 year-old year-old year-old Raymond R. Van Putte, automobile automobile victim, who expired In his mother's arms as they were being rushed in an ambulance to Genesee Genesee Hospital June 3, has been authorized authorized by Surrogate Joseph , M. Feely. The child's fniher, Peter Van Putte, A3 Dunn Street, was named administrator to bring the action Hemlock -Joseph 11-year-old son of Mr. of Csnadice in a Rochester received knocked down front of the The boy was when he path of an Alex L. Genzmer Road North, to state troopers Besides his survived by a sister, Mary, be tomorrow at Michael's Church. It has not an Inquest will ONTARIO GOLF Ontario- Ontario- land adjoining course was by Floyd M. '.he Ontario Corporation, executive Fire Company. The land was Slate Bask of anH will he present nine-hole nine-hole three of th from the the course beauty. The present old and ha popular wit j New York. A this year was poles from the had been used company's two-day two-day two-day plan places in which steel an t then Frank W. expects to three, new will get under tht close of Penn for Penn Yan home appearance Yan Cubs will Wayland. The team is bringing fans, according by Manager This wiil be for Penn Yan new Cub players, Andrew, Piefer and Olson is slated the Cubs with reserve. West Seneca today will show Yan, Reaver Stream at at Hector. " Officers By , Batavia -Thompson of Troy was the New Yorlj the Blind the final school here The 135 sections of the following other Vlcepresl-dent, Robert treasurer, Miss Rochester, and Williams. Speakers Monoghan and of Waterville, year's graduating her

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle14 Jun 1936, SunPage 14

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)14 Jun 1936, SunPage 14
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