Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on June 27, 1954 · Page 31
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Artene Bni.nsm. ancv Burin, I ilah RuTdtik. Dolores BulkiCwur. Richard I "aluhan. ugiiua d-t. Catherine I oilier, J..n Claik. Robert ( rw, Richard Crittenden. Robert Crtbv. I i-d Dalhenh. Itcltn Danbv. Matnard tie- Vsnie. Ann Dutty, Barbara Dutlofl. John Ernst. Beverlv Ferguson. Doris Finknciner. Gerald Fitch, karen Dill, Kim Fittet- .. " J"- J,hn ,D '"'8' Homnolzer. Gary Furrrun. Mary S. MacMillan Molly A. Malchow. i , . ' ' . ..... laurimore V. Mel onrif II, LJ....J Ann' . - " r;ym" u... k. f u. Meushergcr t.iuerin, ru:enc tiau. Juan rtase. oarnara vv j uic sufti ui uic iuiu- MriK. r ;.. Thom, p P!,, Hcnch"n- i o Ann Hcnchan. Bruce Han- menrement address last night at Minln Paige. Thomas E. Plant, Gilbert Hcnncr. Gerald Heizel. Jean k,i. u;u ct, , " ... Ingerlise T. Pedersen. Mary E. Ramses. Heizel. Icon Hillsard. Roger HoaJltv. Charlotte High School. Mrs. Martha I. Rom. Nancy Hockbruckner, Robert Holt, Ro- Harper Sibley delivered the ad- William D. Schwartz, Drlma L. Spell- bena Horton, Arlinc liujson. ' rirecc hoforA ISil onHnalino man. Flcy F. S.-ffen. Nan.y C. B. Pfttr kjvpr. Flcinor Kn,gh, NaIK, j " ' ,t,Kl Sweet, king. CaroUn koelmel. Beverly krom-1 sen10" l 8 15 P m- at tne scho0'- Ph.sllis A. Walklev. Helen J. Voor- pan. IX.nalJ kuhn. Franklsn LaFoicr, , The graduates are: hees. James C. Williams, toil A. Mary louise Lasher, Nancy Lauwciet. j GIKIS Wright, Diane V. Yaeger. (Adelaide Luicvn. Joan Mae Bark. Diane Slvia Bartlett. i Ronald Matder. Monica Maier. Lewis Coniance B. Boulter, Barbara Ann Boy. SCOTTSYILLE iMaltahn. Anthony Marini, Marie Ma- mk. Marie A. Bntton. Marcn A. I arr. rim. William Marks. Jack Minwell. (i.irv Patricia Ann Chiasson, Lois E. Clark, Graduation tomorrow SDPaker 'Morgan. Nancy Morley. Vance Mrnhcr. Patricia 1 odding, Joan Lnn tomstock n j j . oeorge Atuclow, Nharoa Neva, Charlotte Holds Graduation Rites "Signs of Hope in a World of Dr. Rae II. Conrad, dean of stu dents, Brockport State Teachers College; valedictorian, John Gla-vin; salutatorian, Joan Torpey. Graduates: John Glavm. Robert Hassett. John Knaak, Donald Merritt, Thomas Robbins, George Shaw, Richard Weir. Dons Chester. Carol Crawford. Joy Danzig. Linda F.lphick. Carol Nersingcr, Joan Padget, Joan Torpey, Doris Warren, Judy Wolf. O Neill. Bclty Uwlctt Angela Panepinto. I nn Pilanscia Gary Hal, Louise Prahltr. Ihnffl, Jane A. longe. caroivn Ann (.otk. Adnennc Flinor Crandall, Judith Ann Denmson, Barbara Anne Doescher, ManUn Ann Drumm. Virginia Ann Fisehne. June Fvanselina Elliott. Carol Irwin Sanger. David Scheffinger, Peicr Diane Emerwn, Joan Mariln Eusiance. Schnecberger. Elizabeth Schoff, kay : Patricia Irene Ewer. Mariltn Clara Shear. Marvin Silco. Mary kay Simp-j Fahmer, Shirley Mav Faulhaoer. Gail son. Thomas Sippcl, Sandra Stagles. I Beverly Finley, Margaret Ann Finucane, Judith Stenglcin. Joan Strilzcl, Larry, Cynthia Avres Foi Marilyn Joan Fnga, Strttzel. Margaret Swetland. ' Janet Evelvn Gehm. Mary lice. Jack tighe. Charles Toner, I Diane Mae Gibson, June Marilyn Patricia Trickcy. Ronald Turney. Bar- Gramlich Joan E. Greenauer. Patricia bara lygcrt. Louise Griffin. Jean Alice Gulh. Joan Ronald W'agenhals. Dorothy Wetler- man. Lou Ellen Wetzel, Paul Wine, Raymond Wilson, Shirley Wilson. SPENCERPORT CENTRAL I Graduation. Monday: spcaker.!. q R. Purchases me nev. cnaries couaie, pasior of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, Rochester; valedictorian, Eugene Lewis; salutatorian, William Hils-dorf. Graduates: Jack Adams. Rena Anderson. John Baker. Richard Barrett. Terry Rassett. David Beaney, Patricia Bertram, Dorothy Borgus, Robert Branch. Robert Caswell, Jean Chivers. Lee Drake, James Glogowski. Marilyn Gotts. Philip Hall. Nancy Hammar, Ronald Harradine, Ni.ialee Hatighton, Flinor Hawkins, Sandra Hebblethwaite. William Hilsdorf. William Hiscock, Donald Hoag, Judith Hodges, Melvin Huff. Barbara Kemp. Cora Ann Knapp, Anicc J. Koctz, Engene Lewis. Joan Maier. Celia Morgcnberger, Robert Mroczek, Darlene Pishcr, Mary Lou Pulver. Beverly Reitz, Douglas Richardson, Rita Mae Rood, Marie Russell, Mildred Rypma. John Scholt, James Slobbe, Beverly Spencer, Marilyn Sykcs. W. Henrietta Rd. Land for $71,000 Turchase by the University of Rochester of 60 acres in West Henrietta Road, Brighton, for $71,000 has been recorded in the county clerk's office. The property, including a house, was sold by Miss Cora 1 1 hornton Warrant, who lives across the road at 1956 West Henrietta Rd It adjoins 19 acres the university bought recently. Raymond L. Thompson, vice president and treasurer of the university, said it has no imme diate plans for use of the land. Culver A. Barr of Nixon, Har- crave. Dcvans & Dev represented Georgina Thurston, Fred Vanderhoff, .i,e uniVersitv and Barton Raker Barbara Willsea, Neva Zarpentine. ,,,. flinon oi ouMi ot s-ai vei appealed lor Miss Warrant. WEBSTER CENTRAL SCHOOL Graduation, last Friday night; graduation speaker, Dean Charles C. Noble, Syracuse University; valedictorian, Roberta Horton; salutatorian, Adelaide Luteyn. Graduates are: Joanne Anderson, Gwendolyn Baker, NAMED AS ADVISER Christopher Parnall Jr., administrator of General Hospital, has been named to a three-year term on the State Nurse Advisory Council, the Board of Regents announced yesterday. NO MONEY DOWN!' ATTENTION HOME-OWNERS BRIDES!! ROCHESTER'S GREATEST FURNITURE VALUE! mi YOUR CHOICE liirlS1 REFRIGERATOR-TELEVISION -RANGE-ALL ADVERTISED PRODUCTS When You Buy This Amazing Value! o BUY ANY ROOM SEPARATELY . . . or All with choice of Appliance, at no Extra Cost! OUTFIT Reg. $550 $4 WEEKLY Modern LIVING ROOM Purchased Seporofefy MODERN BEDROOM Purchased Separately Here's what you get. Vanity or Dres$er, Chest, Bed, Springs, Mattresses, 2 Pillows and 2 imps. KITCHEN GROUP Purchased Separately The Beautiful Set Is in gleaming tubular chrome with plastic table top. Four matching chairs, 16-pc. DisH Set. WW Here's what you get. Just look, 2-Pc. Living Room, End Table, Coffee Table, Table Lamp and Junior Lamp, mks, -) - ye f lEttl i fs,V' 1.1 il I IQvt . 11 u Ii I -n . iifTiiig'.ifi 39 Yf PSaniaWf If"""' -t M It You Can't Com In, Mail This 9 ! Coupon , I with to join "Furniture Club." En- t cloaad find SI to hold Heme chacktd I ibalow until 1 visit your store. I un- idarstand this ontitlta mo to the' I spaciol aalo prico, rrt storaq up f to ono yaar and fro dallvtry. Rtlrlqoratlon or Tolorision Q ' , or Ranqo t I Livlna Room Group ' J Bodroom Group J t Dlnttt nsmbl NAME I I ADDRESS Phono OPEN TONIGHT AND SAT. TILL 6 P. M. 100-MILE FREE DELIVERY 96 STATE ST. F. all. Beverly Grace Halpin. Nancy Inge M. Hambergcr. Louise H. Healy. Erna Adele Mary Icken, Noreen E. Kempf, Marylvn Gail kirby. Doreen Marie kochler, Nancy Annette I aPine, Betty Jane Lark, Jacqueline G. Maier. Carol Laveme Malcho, Janet R. Mattle. Virginia Irene Moll, Carole Eleanor Moore. Rose Marie Morgan. Adele Hathaway Mover. Lois Marie Mull. Concern Nardis. Gail Patricia Nichols. Sandra Mae Nicolosi, Jane Frances Ottley. Virginia Lee Parker, Betty Joan Pertm, Madeline Porcelli. Carol Joan Prieti, Charlotte Joanne Putnam, Clara Mae Rlhbun. Joanne U. Rehnert, Elsie Margaret Renz. Janice Ann Rotmans. Ella Ruth Saucke. Joan Lorraine Scheible, Mary J. Schwaderer. Doris Marjorie Simmons, Nancy Lee Smith. Elizabeth Ann Stcffed. Carol Jean Stewart. Dolores Irene Stocking. Barbara Joan Suss. Joan Mane Janice Marie usseiman. ra- tncia Mvrta Van Hoovdonk. Elizabeth J. Walker. Shirley Anne Webster. Ann Catharine Westburg. Marcia Dawn Williams. Sharon H. Williams, Paula G. Windt. BOYS Sam Joseph Accorso. Donald Anderson. David S. Baker. Kurt O. Benedict. Gerald Benjamin, Daniel Black. John Bloss. John Peter Boncham, William Wallace radlev, Robert S. Bryce. Donald Carl Burgdorf. John T. Burns. Bruce B. Butler. Stacv Clinton Campbell. Alan S. Carroll, John Richard Chambers, Donald Walter Charron. Philip Arthur Clark. David Laurence Codding. Charles Cole. Lawrence R. Compson. Richard T. Connolly, David G. Cooper. Michael Robert DeFrank. Carl A. DeMersman, Robert D. Fien, Joseph C. Finzer, Burnett J. Floar, Robert Ken neth Frey, Richard J. Gertin, Oliver B. Gray, Joel Arthur Grosshans, Fred Had-field, Frederick John Hartrick, Charles William Hawkins. Richard E. Herr, Bruce H. Hofferbert, William L. Jolliff. William Grant Kenyon. David B. Kirby, Charles N. Larker, Daniel Strait Leeming, Gary Lee Leggett, David Edward Le-Schander. John P. Lowe, Philip David Marra. Richard Anthonv Neroni. John A. Newsome. David William Paasch, Frederick Panke, Richard Edwin Rick-man, John L. Sale. Gordon Thomas Schaeffer. James Sheridan. John Robert Sims. Donald D. Smith, Russell George Sorensen, Donald F. Sturgis, A. David Suiter, Kenneth Eugene Swetman. Anthony Peter Valente. Kenneth Gordon VanAlstine, Charles J. Van-7ile. Douglas Rudolph Velepec, Stephen H. Waite, David A. Warnick, Edward F. Weber, James A. Wilkins, Charles Wilson. Richard Eugene Zicari. Play Directors Attend Institute Now that school is out for the summer, parents of Rochester children can rest assured the youngsters will get proper super vision on Rochester's public playgrounds. Some 120 playground workers and directors and day camp staffers have been spending the past week at the JYM-WA learning how to become more efficient in their jobs of helping local chil-j dren enjoy themselves on thej playground. j The week-long course was the seventh annual Summer Activities Leaders Institute sponsored by the Playgrounds Division of Rochester Parks Department, the Council of Social Agencies and the New York State You,th Commission. Neisner Employes To Picnic T .1, Neisner Brothers, Inc., will hold its annual picnic Tuesday at Willow Point Park, Webster. More than 500 employes of the stores' general offices and warehouse are expected to attend the affair scheduled to begin at 3.30 p. m Highlight of the picnic will be a midget auto race. Games for children and adults also will be a feature. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p. m. Co-chairmen for the picnic are Miss Lucille Dudley and Paul Scottebo. Driver Injured In 2-Car Crash Collision of two automobiles at Hollenbeck and Keller Streets at 3:45 p. m. yesterday resulted, in injury to one of the drivers. Charles J. Latus, 42, of 149 Yorkshire Rd., Irondequoit, was taken to Genesee Hospital with face and left arm lacerations. Police said the other car was driven by Barbara Humphrey, 24, of 253 Burnett Rd., Webster. Drunk Charge Costs Driver $50, License Arrested after his car struck a parked automobile, Gilbert L. MacNeal, 45, of 32 James St. pleaded guilty in City Court yesterday to a charge of driving while intoxicated. Judge Thomas P. Culhane fined MacNeal $50 and ordered the defendant's operator's license revoked. The accident occurred in front of 1052 Exchange St. shortly before 5:30 p. m. Friday. Reckless Driver Draws $50 Penalty Accused by police of nearly causing an accident and of twice driving his car over a curb in Clifford Avenue near Sixth Street, John D. Domenico, 29, of 125 High St. pleaded guilty to reckless driving in City Court yesterday. Judge Thomas P. Culhane ordered Domenico's license suspended 30 days and imposed a $50 fine. FOR SALE Si: because of store remodeling . . . jt r. FINE STORE FIXTURES at a fraction of their original cost Available during the months of July and August, high grade Grand Rapids store fixtures, including wall cases, show cases, counters, etc., in mahogany and walnut finish. These fine fixtures are from our Ladies, Girls and Men's departments and may be bought at a fraction of their original cost. Everything will be sold "as is" with delivery starting approximately on July 15th. Having had the best of care, these fixtures are in good condition and should be adaptable to many selling and display areas in retail stores. Write or Call Mr. A. Reck at BAker 1640 mi 159 E. Main Street Rochester 4, N. Y. 1i . I NEISNER'S MONDAY II DOORS OPEN 10 A.M. GREAT SAVINGS SHOES FOR EVERYONE PLAY SHOES and NOVELTIES VALUES TO $6.00 OUT THEY GO! -- TOMORROW V.- EVERY SITE NOT IN ALL STYLES DOLLAR DAY CANVAS OXFORDS FOR MEN $00 FIRST QUALITY DOLLAR DAY PLAY SHOES FOR CHILDREN VALUES TO $2.00 RED MULTI S00 TV CREPE SOLES 600 PAIRS DOLLAR DAY TERRY CLOTH SLIPPERS FOR WOMEN $2.00 VALUES Sl00 MMm tmr all Xm&& SIZES $ DAY DOLLAR DAY $ DAY A WHOPPING VALUE S-C-O-O-P! PLAY SHOES - MOCCASINS VALUES TO $3.49 BETTER HURRY FOR. THESE SHOE DEPT. 2nd FLOOR v PAIR ALL SIZES NYLON MESH ELK LEATHER TENNIS FOR BOYS, YOUTHS GIRLS AND WOMEN ARCH r FEATURE FIRST QUALITY 50 ALL SIZES NO C.O.D. ORDERS NONE SOLD TO DEALERS HURRY! HURRY! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER REMARKABLE BARGAINS NOW BEING OFFERED BY NEISNER'S 2nd FLOOR SHOE DEPT. - . K5TTTB 'mm MAIN AT CLINTON-SHOE DEPT.-2nd FLOOR FAMILY SHOE DEPT. ;

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