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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1981-current, May 29, 1986, Image 16

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16 ARCADE HERALD, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1986 Students at the H O Brumsted Elementary School in Holland released hundreds of balloons at the conclusion of Friday afternoon's 25th anniversary observance Holland school anniversary selections, and Ann Zywic- zynski's fourth-grade Dimen­ sions students presented a poem they had developed for the occasions as part of their study of local history this year THE CEREMONY tnen moved to another part of the •Japanese Garden, where second graders Nicholas Husman and Jennifer Teluk and Garden Club member Elizabeth Fisher planted a flowering quince bush All of the building's students next went to the gymnasium to pick up a balloon provided by McDonald's of Arcade, and then went outside to wait for the big moment. Mr George led the group in singing \Happy Continued from page 1 Birthday,\ during which the balloons were launched on a pre-arranged cue The students watched the balloons until they went out of sight over Vermont Hill, and then returned to their classrooms for refreshments provided by the PTO Parents, former teachers and other guests were served refresh ments in the multi purpose room We've got em!| Buy your tent camper this week and your ship comes in FREE ! Prices start at $3195 !! Available in l.V 16' and 21' sizes Your old tent is worth $200 on this trade \ BOB McKERROW & SONS, INC. 496-5560 SANDUSKY, N.Y. 492 3196 / V THE I AST r/i/V YEARS L'.S. RARECOI^S HAVE EAR,\ED 20.4% PER YEAR! How well have your investments done? Investing in U S rare coins offers many advantages stability, impressive growth, liquidity, confidentiality and all profits are tax-deferred Interested'' Please call or write for your free Rare Com Investment Information Guide ^g^V THE ARCADE AGENCY, INC OCKOf'ON LEE WISHING, BROKER 254 Main St., Arcade 492-4100 Shown from left at the dedication of the firemen's memorial in Strykersville are Msgr. Patrick Woods, Rev. Robert Buchheit and Chief William Streicher. Griffs top Pioneer in tennis Portable TYPEWRITER Service CLAYTON'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE 49 Knox Road. East Aurora 652-1250 by Mike Tanner Visiting Spnngville defeated host Pioneer on Wednesday, 4 1, in an KCIC IV tennis match The Griffs won four out of five matches to avenge an earlier loss to the Panthers Kevin DELEVAN THEATRE Rt. 16. Oetevan Phone: 496-5660 FRI.SAT SUN.—MAY 30,31, JUNE 1 Plumbing & Heating Contractors 496-7447 WE MAKE NITES HOUSE CALLS 496-7207 SARDINIA SUPPLY, INC. ROUTE 39 SARDINIA /IPRfL FOOL'S D/W A cut above the rest ^ Guess who's fjomg to be the life of the party'' ,..„„,., OH IllVER BUUJET EVERY MONTH WHENEVER THE MOON WAS FULL IT CAME BACK 2 TOP HITS'BOTH FOR THE PRICE OF ONE I OPE N T 30 P M. SHOW AT DUSK - A M RADIO SOUND Lynch won a singles match for Pioneer's score The Panthers are 4 7 in KCIC IV tennis Pioneer will complete its 1986 season against North Collins in a rain mukeup Enjoy dinner or a light snack in our country atmosphere. An Experience in Good Taste. ANDEE'S FLORAL CENTER Rt. 39. RD 2, Arcade Phone: 492-2408 DAILY SPECIALS Dinners Served 4:30 - 10:00 p.m Tuesday thru Sunday Closed Mondays I'HONf 1-1' • FOUNDED IN 1877 W. S. DAVIS FUNERAL HOMES INC. — Open House & Recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week. 1 .') p m ity Continuing Treatment Office, 10 North Main St (St Pius Hall) MAY 29 Tri-County Continuing Delevan For info- 4 l )2-i223 MAY 30 — Mother & Daughter Salad Buffet. Sandusky Baptist Church R .'«> p m Speaker- Mrs Ruth Hulton of Houghton College Faculty All mothers and daughters welcome to attend 492-5556 MAY 31 — Ham Dinner ,__Bhss Baptist Church Proceeds benefit Wethersfield Cemetery at Smith's Corners Serving 5 p m on MAY 31 — Blood Pressure Clinic. Peterson's Drugs, Ames Plaza. Yorkshire. Ida m 2pm No charge JUNE 1 - Annual Memorial White Service. Galen Hill Rd & Rt 98, 11 00 a m Russ Hurlburt will give the message Luncheon following at Rod & Gun Clubhouse, bring dish to pass and table service JUNE 2 — Arcade Historical Society, regular monthly meeting, Gibby House. .'Ml Main St, Arcade Planning program for coming year JUNE 5 — Movie \Sons Daughters, Drugs & Booze,\ at Pioneer Christian Fellowship. Rt. 39 at County Ijne Road 7 150 p m , presented by Wyoming Co Health Dept. Discussion and information period will follow Sponsored by the Christian Community Care Center

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