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s ' ■: of a‘l 14 U. hjtli ’-^ Number 44 fjiiiysdciy . - June 24,1965 JO cents per copy ON Just Some Stuff .. . „ . , , ■pale June is back -visiting in miivar and plans on returning to lifornina Sunday, after the ■umni Banquet. Dale would Accident Last ‘Night Moore Memorial Pool will . ,Sevm area persons were M o n lay ^ \ ™ iC& Scheduled Sunday Evening at 8:0& ^tly ' appreciate ‘anyone shar- the ride back to Califomina Ith him. He stays it is a .mighty liesome and tiring ride travelirig Ine. Dale is still going dx) school I Reddling, which 'is in northern - ilifornfa. So, anyone wishing to I to California give. Dale a ring I Bolivar 3095.. B'A Display of Bx^var Talent\ I scheduled for the Bolivar Cen- tl School auditorium on Wednes- ly, July 7. The show wi'U feature area’s “well known” talent |id some, of the not-too-well- town ‘‘talenP*)-ahd>omV ei^ls termed Mr. fungsters at their best. The pro- condition “good.” f:ar crash \Vednesday evening Wellsville-based State Police listed the operators of the vehicles James Leonard of Ceres, Grace . Bergman, . of Bolivar and Walter Robbins of Little Genesee. Mr. Leonard and Mrs. Bergman were both taken to Okan General Hospital where they were listed as “fairly good”. He sustained lacera­ tions and possible internal injuries,, and she is suffer­ ing from possible fractured ribs and lacerations. .:S.L-Francis Hospital ofh- Robbins’ He_.sus- made by John Hogan, direc­ tor. ' . __________ from the BT p ; m . show will tained fractu r e d ribs.. ■ectly benefit theiBolivar Christ- Miss Sharon Lewis of Decoratioir Fund; which is Little Genesee, passengerMn ‘ing sponsored by the BoHvar the Leonard auto, is in “fair” lin Street Association. Admis- .condition at 01ea,n General »n is 75c for adults and 50c for where she is being treated for idents. abdominal injuries. She and Mr. Leonard were to have been married this Saturday at the Bolivar Methodist Church. Passengers in the Bergman auto were Eric Bergman, 16,' discharged from Olean Gen- banner . and treated: by a private physician for lacerations of the scaljp: Debbie Bergman, 10, 'Hefng treated for con­ tusions at O'lean General, (i.sted as “fairly good”; and Lawn Bergman, 3, treated Hout^ will be 1-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday- through . Saturday, and. 2-5 p.m. on Sunday. Bob Codisppti will be as­ sistant director. Lifeguards ane Kevin S.chaffner, Rhonda Kramer and Steve Day, with Bill Dunning and Doug Reeland as substitutes. EARN DEGREE AT ALFRED AG-TECH Two area persons ■ were among the 473 graduates who received the Associate in Applied Science degree at th 54th cammencement ^ - ercises June ,12 at State Uni­ versity-- Agricultural an d' ■ Technical Coillege at Alfred. They are Miss Diana Carl- .son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. siton Carlson of West Slimmer Program Opens ecutive secretarial m-jor; a j*; July 6 At RlChbUrg REV. HERBERT HARRISON Commencement Speaker ! ■John Hogan called to inform us ■at the Moore Memorial Pool ill be-openJto the public this |ming Moriday at 1 RM.. John is t charge of tSe pool facilities this iar and is expecting Irnout, especially if the weather ■mains hot. The admission to the tol remains the same as last year. cents for d l school children, ho said you can’t buy anything l^rthwhile for a dime anymore? Clarksville, who was an ex- ^ — and Jerry Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Young Sr. oi Richburg, a business management major. Both,are .graduates of Richburg Cen­ tral School. President David H. Hunt­ ington presided at the cere- .monies, and Malcolm W. Jensen, Chief of the Bureau of Weights and Measures., -National Bureau of Stand­ ards’, delivered the main ad­ dress. Jere’s one for_. Belly Corneljius ILady of the house; “ I don’t-need , ine.” ■poor-to-door Salesman; “How I you know? I might be. selling iammar books.” for abrasions and released TrooperY~^d^e RobbfnY^^CSTuniors\Elect ' . auto, headed east on Rt.H7, Miss Susan Coyle as presi- ei=ossed over to the west- dent heads a slate of officers hound lane; sidswiped the. elected this week by the Leonard auto and then hit-junior class at Richburg Ceh-' planned, including nan car. which was ... tral School. ' . , 6ml tennis instruction. Circle Tuesday, July 20, in red i your celendar Tha’ is the date it for \Bolivar Night\ at Tullar ■eld in Wellsville to see. the lellsviile Red Sox play the Atib- In Mels in a NYP League base- |ll game. .Jhis-4ate™S0'-irngo the Bergman > preceeding west, in the left front. The accident oc­ curred about 9;40 p.m., one. and nine-tenths miles east of Ceres, near the Colliseum. - 'Troopers are continuing their investigation. : Also named -to conduct affairs, for next term’s senior, class- a-t R6S are 1 Mike Lymanf,yice president Linda Reisman, secretary; . a n d Carol ^Baldwin and . Janet Cass, co-treasurers. ' - Richburg’s annual Summer recreation pro^am f 6 youngsters officially opens Tuesday, Jul^ 6, reports supervisor David Karl. He ' will be assisted by Alice Alan.. Swimming instruc tj' o n, for beginners, intermeriates and advanced stud^ts, will be offered every mornipg Monday through Friday with free swimming in the after­ noon. . - ■ Playground facilities will •be open from 9 :30 a.m. until noon, and from 1 until 3 :3^0 p.m. A variety of activities including golf It is hoped irtterest will warrant . the formation of a Summer ba%tball league. “ . ........ * '■ All students interested in' the' program are asRed to re­ port to the school at 9 rSO ■!a.m. opening day. pcause ihmy five cents from iery severity five- cent ticket Iw and used will be Contributed . ■ward the Bolivar Christmas De­ lation |hts of any uriu^eid tickets.,, will t toward the fund. What better ■ , to' hav(T\^^ ehfoyab^^ eVe-* , |hg, support yourTiorne town, and' ■11 make a; worthy contribution?. ‘ I Is hoped the turnout will be irhendoUs, at least 300 people. .. I special, s^ctiemt'. will bd. set, a--' for the B.oliyar.jgroiip to sit m. Plclmts fo't...4he--j^f-ai^^ p ila^ e sooh from' yours, truly h t , I WellsyiUc St., Ken Stodman I the Bolivar Hotel, dhuck Corn- at the Bowl-O-Var LaneS/ ~ Prge Kaikhbf at Mnrge-Sv' Doris ‘ PfiMiohiaS^an'4' Lois dline' a | the' l9ar -Bovvly Ih erdef for thb ; *to bbhefit tire- Boitvar-Eundf,. Pets muS be, purbhas^d' in 4# ' Please buy.yohrs-'ehfly!'' _ Graduating seniors at Bblivar Central School will receive their diplomas from George Bliss, president of the Board of Education, at the school’s annual commence­ ment exercises at 8 p.m. Sun­ day in the auditorium.- • Commence m e n t address wlM be delivered by^ the Rev. Jlerbert Harrison whose top­ ic will be “Live All Your Ufe.” A former resident of Olean, the Rev. Mr. Harrison currently is pastor of Asbury Deleware Methodist Church in Buffalo. Miss Sara Wilson will pre­ sent the salutatory and Brian J or dan the valedictory nd- ’ dresses.. The Rev. Revere C.Berkins of th e First Methodist Church will voice the invo­ cation and the benediction. The Senior Ensemble will will sing “.You’ll Never Walk Alone,” and the high sehootl band will play “Begin the Begliine.” Super vising Principal - Gebrge Kuhn is to present awards, a n d scholarship winners will receive^ certifi­ cates from Gilbert Bonnier, senior high p™cipal. To be presen^d are the Board of Education Achieve­ ment Award, plaques given to the outstanding boy^and girl in the graduating class; the, Bolivar Central School Faculty Award, trophies pre­ sented to the ealutatorian and valedictorian; the Amer- i c. a n Legion Citizenship Award, medallions given the outstanding senior boy and girl '‘possessing and reflect­ ing qualities of good citizen­ ship” ; the Babe Ruth Sports- ' mariship Award, presented outstanding senior boy and girl; and the Bolivar Fire Department Scholarship, a award for, higher edu­ cation, based’ on essays writ­ ten by applicants. The program will close with the singing of the Alma Mater OTd' -^'May tho; Gbod% ?ss-a;nd -Keep You’?— by the high school choir; Music for the processional and recessional will be play- M by the high ^schooil band. H. Donald Bryant Earns Master’s Degree . HrDonald^ Bi^ant of Bol- ivar was aniong' 1,392 grad-. - nates to receivf ;degre:er^a^^^ 'the!ii44th commencement of ^eorg^A^ashihgtt^^ sity^ J[une 6 in Washington, .' The son of Mrs/ Harry! j . :* Bryant and the lato • !;Mr. . Byrantj ha was awarded tne'\^ ___ . Master of Seiehce degree in ’^Jkrts ydegree from Miami. ' : ,!UnWersity, Ohioy fofcwiM-. NT- ' . .‘gradiiatLon from- GlMh High ' . :j.,.§dhpqLL:;.^. - \ 'I.'-

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