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The Greece press. (Greece, N.Y. ;) 1934-1958, June 12, 1958, Image 10

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4 ^ The Greece Press Jiine-f9, 1 ^ 8 — Fly-Up Ceremony Held by Brownies Members of Brownie Troop 10& held fiy-up ceremonies recently un­ der the direction of Mrs. O. R. Treadwell and. :iOT of Mrs. O. R. ]®s.' Walter J. Bul- fiethatty. Presbytferira Church 3000 Dewey Avenue lAlfred B. Wangman and Thomas E. Asbttry, minist^ Suriday — Services of worship, 9:15 ^nd H a. m. Sermon theme: “The /Cure of JLoneliness”. by the Rev. Mr. Wangman. Churqh School program for all ages at both services. Monday—Piano recital, 8 p. G/ve Your New Neighbor Housewarming CALL WELCOME W A G O N A local hostess will bring gifts and a wealth of civic litera­ ture from the friendly Town of CALL GReenfieM 3-2250 (No cost or obligation) Messiah Lutheran Church American Legion Home Dorsey Rd. at Mt. Read Blvd. Tomorrow, 7:30 p. m.—Building Committee meeting. Sunday, 9 a. m .. — Sunday School; 10:15, Worship service, with sermon: “Under the Hand of God.” Tuesday, 8 p. m. — Lutheran Brotherhood meeting. Lakeview Community Church Long Pond Road and l£dg^er« Rev. Marion Pennings, Pastor Sunday—Sunday,day—Sunday, School,chool, 9:45 a. 11. Sermon: Sun S 9 m’., worship service, 11. Sei “Can We Ever Graduate,?” Christian, Endeavor, 7 p.m . Lake Avenue Church of The Nazarene The Rev.-A. E.-GerdeSf Pastor 199 Stonewood Avenue WrRE AT YOUR SERVICE For All Your Printing Needs - Letterheads - Program^ Publications - Periodicals Top Quality Work GREECE PRESS H. P. Bittner, Inc. . 5 St. Paul Street HA 6-8840 N ^ I C E THOMAS CASET Photographer STUDIO and' FILES Intact Have Been Taken Over by AL PICCOLI PHOTOGRAPHER Same Address Same Phone 62 EAST AVE. HA 6-7237 • NO CHANGE IN POLICY The Prize Winners at the GRAND OPENING / Frear's Farm Market First Eriz^--Electrlc -Hedge Clipper KENNETH POWELL 8 Mill Road Second Prize—Large Fruit Basket /M .C. DOERING 388 Birr Street Third Prize—$5.00 Value in Plants yJOHN WISE 25 Cedar Road BEDDING PLANTS Large Assortment of ' lACKSON & PERKBTS POTTED ROSES FuU Line of FRUITS & VEGETABLES^ HTSEASON ’ 1070 Stone Road Hope Lutheran Church Dewey at Wildwood Rev. Herman R. Frincl^, Paster Sunday—Services at 8:30 and 11 a. m. The nursery will be open during the late service to care for small children. Sunday School and the Bible classes will meet at 9:45. Trinity Episcopal Mission 2505 Ridge Road West The Rev. David H. Baker, Vicar 215 Goodwill Street Sunday, 8 a. m. — Holy Com­ munion; 10, Prayer and Church School. Holy Baptism following the service. ____________ __ _______ Mother of Sorrows Church Mt. Read Boulevard at Latta Road Rev, D. B. O’Rourke, Pastor Greece Methodist Church Maiden Lane at Long Pond Road Rev. Leonard Ives, Minister Sunday; 9:30 a. m. — Church School; 10:30, Worship service. Members of the Junior Church will take pail. The Rev. Mr. Ives will preach on “'The Beat of a Different Drum. \ Greece Free Methodist CKurcb Ridge Road at Standish Wm. G. Churchill, Jr., Pastoi Seneca Parkway and DeWey Ave. Gustavus Warfield. Mihister Hili&ii4feeeee By -HVALYN -Q'UINN- Four A-'R Cliibs from this^ vi­ cinity were \represented at the Monroe Cdtinty Dress-EeVue at the Rush Henrietta Sfehbol. Car­ rying “ away; JExcenent ^Awards were Dwina Nbrthrup pf the Braddacks Bay Beavers, Charles Scott of the Jffappy Farmers,-and Margaret Mary Ball of ■ the Vic- tory 4-H Club. Worthy Awards were presented to Ruth Crowley and Susan Schurtng and Good Award was presented to Jmice Verkest, all of the Wee Beavers. Margaret Mary Ball will repre­ sent ^ n r o e County at the Dis- Rev. Robert B. Harper ROCK O f AGfS r j IGH; in the waU of sorno ^ churches, in art glass win- lows, may often be seen the pic­ ture Rock of Ages. Lowering black clouds roll along the' vast horizon, and the lurid lightnings flash a- thwart the ebon masses of the sky. And a great cross of rock is lifted above the wild waves' play And—a-Vworaati: with flying\ imehls and widely streaming hair, clings with both hands to the cross of rock. On a cottage vi'all in the coun­ tryside was seen a picture very .ike that which has just been de­ scribed — the same stormswept expanse of the great deep, the same lightnings zigzagging the sky. I trict Dress Revue to be held in August. Leader of her club is Mrs. 'Fredexick' Scott, who took leadership of the Victory Club following, the death of Mrs. Al­ bert Post, founder qf .the cli^b.- It was the' first revue for the girls, but Charles Scott was a veteran of two years standing. Last year he had the distinction of being the first boy to partici­ pate in a DreSs Revue in the his­ tory of 4-H Club work. He be­ came interested in making” his own shirts when his leader, Mrs. Walter Quinn, started teaching \Care Repair ;he same cross of rock lifting^tself above the wild waves’ play. But Monday—Opening session of the Daily Vacation Bible School. John Knox Presbyterian Church Greece Town Hall 2505 Ridge Road West John D. Maclnnes, Minister Sunday, 10 a. m.—Service of worship. 1 p. m.—Lay callers leave from 39 Fajir Lane Drive. Wednesday, 7 p. m. — Junior Choir rehearsal; 8, Senior Choir; 8:30, Building Committee meet­ ing, 39 Fair Lane Drive. there is one distinctive ^difference I —she clings to the cross with only jne hand while with the other _she ;ays firm hold upon another who 3ut for her timely aid would be swept away into the stormy deep. Rock of Ages it is, but let it bear another name—Saved to Save Someone Else. If we would insure the many Dlessings that we have we must share them with the other fellow. tVe must share the good in our lives to preserve and multiply it. \nd the final triumph of the thurch will come as our attitude snd our service are shaped by the (act that we are saved to help save someone else. the Sewing The Parma corners Baptists defeated the Parma-Greece Chris­ tians, _ 14 to 8, in a Suburban Church Softball League game last week. The- Parma-Greece team will meet Spencerport at Spencer- port tonight. Mrs. Albert i^ucuner has been ill at her home in North Greece, Bray ton Miles started excavat­ ing work for the cellar of the Charles Tubb home in North Greece Road .last week. Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church 55 Hoover Drive Dewey Avenue Presbyterian Church Seneca Parkway and Dewey Ave. Gustavus Warfield, Minister St. Charles Borromeo Choroh 3003 Dewey Avenue at Maiden Lane Rev. Robert A. Keleher, Pastor Rev. James Wolf and Rev. P. David Finks, assistants Masses on Sunday at 6:30, 8, 9, ! 6:30 p. 10 and 11:15 a. m„ and 12:15 p. m. j Orville Lntheran Church of the Redeemet Dewey Avenue at Knickerbocker and Avis Rev. Elmer G. Schaertel, Pastor < Sunday — Church worship, 9:15 and 10:45 a. m.; Sunday School, 9:15 and 10:45, Couples Day will be observed at both services. The Christian basis for marriage will be dis­ cussed by the Rev. Mr. Schaertel. Saturday — Church picnic, 2:30 p. m. in Orchard Grove, Ellison Park. Monday — Ruth Circle picnic, m. at the home of Mrs. Bauer, 22 Ross Street. Dr. and Mrs. Baldwin Martin- and family soon will move from Rochester to their new home at the corner of Manitou and Wieder Road, which they recently pur­ chased from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Louden. Dr. Martin expects to move his office to Hilton. His brother. Dr. David Martin, who has been associated wijtti him in the Rochester pffjcg, will con­ tinue to • serve their Rochester patients. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scott and f-amily were Sunday evening din­ ner quests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred­ erick Scott. Rhonda Scott cele­ brated her birthday with relatives at the' Frederick Scott residence. Greece Baptist Church • Lakeside Presbyterian Church Ridge and Long Pond Road j 75 Stutson Street Rev. J. Ralph Shotwell, pastor | Daniel Galloway, Minister Rev., Robert C. Frears and I ------- ~ Church of the Master Rev. James Braker, assitants ] 8t. John the Evangelist 2400 Ridge Road West Rew Donald Ei Jbux, Castor Masses at 6:15, 7, 8, 9. 10 : and uoon. Lake Avenue at Elmtree Road Rev. Charles O. Harding, Pastor Sunday—9 a. m., Chapel service; 11, worship. Wesley Methodist Church Dewey Ave. at Christian Ave. Rev. Robert C. Root. Minister Church of the Ascension Lakq Avenue at Riverside The Rev. Daniel A. Bennett Rector Parma-Greece Congregational Christian Church Cor. Latta and Manitou Roads Rev. Robert C. Hathaway Aldersgate Methodist 4115 Dewey Avenue Robert H. Rowsam. Minister Church « f Christ 25 Lawson Road off 4000 Dewey Avenue ' St. George’s Episcopal Church 75 Stutson Street Rev. N. C. S. Goldring, Pastor ?ran Church _ ioadWe^ l^glter G. Smifaulaj Pastor Church of the Ascension Lake Avenue at Riverside the Rev. Daniel A. Befanett, Rector 'Y' Plans Program For Town Bovs Don • • Beck, chairrrtan of the Central YMCA youth work com­ mittee announced thjs week that the Central “Y” wm>un a special Summer program East Iron- dequoit boys, eight through 14 years of age. y The program will consist of rec­ reation swimming, motion pie- ures, and crafts. The le schediffe for chartered bus ^service follows; Pt- Pleasint, qq J’ and Avondale, 9.32; Culver Road and Titus, 9:35- Culver ;and Ridge. 9:38; Culve; School, 9:48. The bus will leave to return the boys to their home at 2:30 p. m. The program will start July 3 and run through August 14th. Donald Sachs of the Roche.ster Museum wa§ guest speaker at the Monroe County Pomona Grange meeting Saturday. The following officers were elected; Master, Richard Thome of Iron- dequoit; overseer, Clarence Co­ man, Chili; lecturer, Evalyn Qunn, Parma; .steward, Henry Roberts, Greece; assistant steward, Gerald Hendrickson, Chili; chaplain. Fred Coffee, Gates; treasurer, Arthur Klick, Penfield; financial seci-etary. Janet Ely, Gerteseo; recording sec­ retary, Alice Baker, Mendon: gate­ keeper, Cyrus . Cannon, Greece; Ceres,’ Lillian‘ Hovey, Henrietta; Pomona, Esca Johnson, Webster; Flora, Riith Slater. Brockport; lady assistant steward,,Ethel Hef- fer, Irondequoit, gnd executive committee- member, George Lyday, Honeoye Falls. The annual picnic of Hilton Demonstration Unit was held at the, home of Mrs, Harry - -- -- - - -ick Fell on June 12. Mrs. Frederic Scott and Mrs. Walter Qujnn were in charge of the sports, A meeting of Parma Grange will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Clement of Bailey Road Saturday at 8 p. m. The Braddock Bay Beavers 4-H Club met at the home of Mrs. Dwight Northrup recently for lesson in pie making. North Chili Free Methodist de­ feated the Parma-Greece nine in a. Suburban Church Softball Le'-'—- 1- ■ , . . —■ ■eague,. 11 to 4, last Thursday. Parma-Greece •will meet the Our Saviour Church team at Florence Brasser School Field tonight. Vacation Club Planned Maplewood YMdA has nourjced plans for a Vacation Club during July. Registration for next Tuesday and June 26. , LOUISE W receiving a medfately a American L in Dotsey m u Flying ss *<cups, -yet. I’m aWai recall, is whe “their home 1 period Of twi I agree, and Early in reporting su< that minced figurines dar notion to blc Ing crockery the air for a s The fres the family co this occurred n filled suga another. MTien thi member of 1 •Gaither Pmti -the $fndy of -cided, after a hold was unc jects it was i hoy as havin James Ji phenomena n parapsycholoj touched any < -of motion. This sort -human histor Jn .some case: through the have been di: been found, A century and ghosts wl in inflicting o to be the pro «dly 'and inc( Modern r like telepathy xnind. These 1 those whose t cal’! Just how -which' keeps t (oops!' sorry) with an answ( T6 add to Here. Suppose culprit, that i I certain humar magnet affects -cules 'are usu direction. ‘Rub into flame. Well, it I other I ’ve see: about it. Drop anything unusi of a future cc from you. There are one’s philosopl to wonder; to world. Barnoi There once wa Cleo,. Who lived- way His mom was ■ And his pop \\ And he liked t Jill Fran Mrs. Cer

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