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Herald-mail. (Fairport, N.Y.) 1962-1979, June 27, 1962, Image 6

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.41:1:.:. MAIL, FAIRPORT, N. Tl, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1962 i SEVEN ;} SCOUT SMEWS On Wednesday evening we held our final meeting and i picnic at Powder Mill-Park. *A smorgasbord supper was served.,as |the crowd arrived. Harold . C^ok, jromjmittee chairman, was. qhief efl Qk, presid- ing at the grill .with several |pf $}ie fathers. ' ; ! i Games and; baseball followed fthe supper, and fathers joined in$he sack races and , ghenan gans .with their sons. The only mishap of >the evening was.when one of tha.boys toci a ducking in the qrec;:. I > Awards were .presented to the following ,bojs: Allan Hercick and Bbbby JByrpn received Webelos and the f^rm^r also received, a 3 year pin. Charljes. CHOOSING UP SIDES chooses sides with Missy Heid^lb«jrj!|er on the playgrounds. Dookingi left to right, Ned Amyot, Kip Fairport-Perinton -Recreation ; Dejbirtnient'sj for the youth of the community op KG-:*.TXi:y<XZ:-x-x ••:•..:•:•:>:•:•:•' ••• ::. •• - •<.•>••>•••:: left i:o right: Larry IDePuy for ;in impromptu ball game on td see tin at things go right, rear Ajnyot and Lori Heidelberger. The supervised playgrounds Monday, July 2, at 1:00 j P.M. t | REAL PROS-WCML'THE i poirt-Perinton Duplicate Bridge C tyb's' ; leftj,-Roger Van Dunkirk (3r£), Jack' Ross L- Macedon SBOARDS: Winners in the Fair- Individual Tournament are \from (first), and .Russelr 1 Sheperd L66 - Df Cream SBick- \j\Spy Scout Troon No. j M^cedpn -vyltt have lan ; Ice Soji&i p|>;the^lawnlof Tit tojsfc. House; Saturday Jun from ^jm^'^idO^^i'T^f^men^ cqnsists-.'drf Tcecpreax ^Gaka,. Chqc- lifei.\ they 1 ist. Price is only 35c. In case of 'rain the--social will -be 'held in the Filre HalL Girl Scout Troop No.j'43 iwill have- their picnic this Thnrsday at Roseiin^ Park. The girtfj *wfU' be' accompanied, by Mesdamies GJenn ,'TVfathhew^Dkvisi Harry •and \Mr: and TMrs^ Frank Glaza also received a 3 year pin. iA two jyear pin went to William Con- nors along with the Bear Awaid. A >1 year pin was given Richard Stafford. I j ' ; . Frederick Buehler received th? B)*ar along with Joseph Cadhjhini and iTimpthy Montroy. Ifcese two received the Gpld Arrow too. A Stfvsr Arrow pn Bear went to Jarires Bulau. i Richard Stafford, aftd Dean Clayton received the Wolf with the. Gold and Silver ^.r- rowl Wolf and* Gold Arrow wc.nt to -Stephen Schmaltz and Richard Piatt. Silver A(r.rc.w on Wolf was received by 'Bruce Bulau and Peter rThqmsen. Mark BlakeslE ? received the 1 Lion badge.with Gold Arrow. Our two nsw Bobcats are Gary Czerkas and Michael Shearer. After th» awards were distribut- ed, Eleanor Bulau 'presented our Cubmaister, Mr. Handyside, with a gift from the pack. i-1 BUY UNITED SAVINGS 4O!»D; : S f [[>, Models - RADICI RADiOV 7 W. CHURCH jSltf :FAlRPORTj n .' ill!: • i ' ALL YOU^GLOTHBS i : '; - ... v. -- AMP NUlDlil *\:.•••}•<> XIW i NOTHING EXTff A FOR YOU TO DO!' , f • /j You Save Ufffo 75% On. Fanff 1 Cleaning \If iitEAHlHG MUA6E J if' i • j- i^jf Wm, w\m&>& • Wt M mmsm m:-am.; m '\/;sA *. • ••• Wmh. m v fa i{.<| 2__ | - .you Nprg e janer COME IN NOW and start saving 75% on all your family drycleaning! You'll be delighted with beautiful clean- ing of the highest quality. Yo r j'!I like the speed—no more days of waiting for cleaned clothes. Briny a neighbor or a friend. You'll both be glad you did! fy$< C 4 **«•'*«•, %m iqad can automa sin?, include tic dor 8-tb. <H\U .as anV aS men's weaters f drape r, « s - 9 dresses, suits or 2 pa' rs l V McJairs / PARENTS* UMUIDI* Q. ONLY S 2'l FOR A FULL OF. DRYCLEANING; i w v« •\*•» • i LAUNDRY'AMD pLEANING FULL • RaOF^SEHDIML OHIY -CLEAtMNG mm SHIRT SERVKE 20'TOP T LOAD\ WASHERS 4'25 liBJ WASHER -^XTRAdrORS 8DRYERS ' ALWAYS MUNDEIfcEVf RYIWIY 2i30 SJ ; 11 ! v 1 •1 6- r -» i 'M I i 1 1* 1' 1 ' J Lf u !.-r J i ! M<GNON i CtEANEHS COUHTRY GLUB -PLAZA 4 m -. % ;ii

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