Wilbur Dennis scouts
and Groveland Troop Members Receive Raise in Rank Genrseo, May 30--A Boy Scout. Court of Honor was held at the armory in this village when eighteen couts were advanced to the grade of second class, one candidate became a first class scout, and several merit badges were awarded. The cnuts Included 13 from the Geneseo troop, three from Mount Morris and three from Groveland. The cour t was In charge of Principal VV. I.. Straight of the Mount. Morris High School and Assistant Scout Executive Macoll of Batavia, assisted by Capt. Harold Peter ef Batavia: Clyde Wells, Batavia; Clyde Wells, Batavia; Rev. J. W. D. Cooper and Robert A. Greene of Geneseo; Fred Babcock of Avon; and Homer Spink of Batavia. Edward White of Mount Morris was advanced to first "lass scout. Second class awards went to: By-ion Moses, Samuel Servise, Rirh- id McCaughey, Arthur Barne, Francis Wilcox, Charles Vincent. J LaVrrne Dunham, Robert Fraser, i Honnld Lang. Wilbur Dennis, Jerry ; Koiami. James Barms, and Ken- nem riicnmonrt or (ieneseo; Francis Goodell. Henry Thompson and Fdward Goodell, of Groveland; and F.lmer Bercan and Anthong Borone of Mount Morris. Th merit badges Included those given for personal health, music, poultry-keeping and other branches of scouting.