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Fairport herald-mail. (Fairport, N.Y.) 1925-1962, May 09, 1962, Image 2

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'• ' • J Bjocrt Safety Course Starting New .TTork State's new Boatman's Safety Course | w taught in Minerva - , Delaitd School beginning- Wejdnesd|ay, 9, jat 7 p.m The course, sponsored j by Conservation Depar sion of Motor Boats, locally by Charles Kopp aijid Bernard. . The course is designed youngsters, 10-14, who are ested in boating, 'ihe course consists • of ment will bfe fcr 1 FAIRPORT HERALD-MAIL, FAIRPORT,, N. Y.j WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. 19&Z 'i . l . 1 oung 11 be High May- i the Divi- ght Louis ! j \t Jv «XJ*3L \ • • i i t \ • THREE I; »'• \* ^ tii-U all nter- eight basic -units and is designed to be taught in half-hour sci.ibns. All r-ouise. material w^ll .'je furnished free to youngslers taking the coji\.e. .] - Plan books wfk bodies an-l flip charts, all graphically illu3trating basic safety lejuiiemcntL and'pre- caution-, will be v. e:l in tern-lving the ^ourse. The charts wiil ,be based on the boating safety; hand- book entitled \Make Sure — -Make Shore\. V \ airport's fairest Compete for flueeriNiMors !' ft DRUG £Q.,lNC. ;-ii 1?^APR£SCQtPTfONftfa < \ oA]2j 28 SO. MAI N ST. FA/GPoRT u -mm ,1U AM • . .-i •-• • •••••..:. &» Harvest ] Queen candidates posing for photo- graph are: Back row, f. to R, Kathie Loe, Bonnie Martin, Artn j Capiing, Hancy Harris, Gail Ander- son, Nancy Pat Kinneyi Cindy Roberts, Laurene Stark, Front (row, Ltb R, Barbara Malcolm, Lynne Sreff.-n I>-\vn B*»one kjathv Kn:ipi Thejesa| Hor- sey, Jean Buscemi. Nancy Moon' was absent p]*\\ photo. She was involved! In automobile norfdijitt on tne way to rehearsal. j .1 —t. Historians To Lunch, Visit Town Landmarks ! i To quote — \One of o|ur great needs of today is the creation of:.a strong spirit j of loyalty to our American ideals and (•leiiiocratjo tradipons — from an understand- ing of the underlying principles and the forces which have .sftmed our Am u - icaa way o. i..|o ~ will flow an appreciation of its A traffip o:icers WI1] d : rert lh ,- advantages over. any. alien .^0-. caravan and asfiure the. safety of -o.ogy.\ — Local ^History is Living ^^ and pa _ sscn4r crs rlon~ th- History, pp315-3\<3. I way aru j w hi'c'crossing the main On May 22nd thn town and tnorouoghfarcs . county histm*pn5 o* ?'nnr«-e • County will be \visiting Landman is Guests will be welfonm *>>r th r . throughout the town to parties- talk, luncheon a,nd tour. The tal:: pate in ?V !Se<quiccn{ennial |f on local history will be repeated Perinton. Th.S >roup wil meet at at : th.? evening mect.in-r of the Per- the Baptist Horn.? whdre at 11 inton Historical Societ.v. A.\M. M'ss Alta M. Ffhe-. h'|- • • - •••••' ••' '\- - torian of Pcrint>n. will give :ja ( \orieT history of the town, illus- trated with kodachromes . j. • \ - CAU EARLY! FOR YOUR ; MOVER'S DAY BI&ERVATIONS LU 6-3980 ij; I .GREEN i ikNTERN \\ INN, m s. MAJG^ ST FAIRPORT! AT THE 4 CORNEKJS Luncheon will be ^rved fat 12 - 30 i°M ft\ th\ (~''~'\?r y I <\^t~pn Inn. Here M>; __ Poii-*\*^' \\*'•** A \- .visor of Perinton, will greet t!he group. | Amon*\ th p n'a^es of historic in- terest noted will be: 1. The Baptist Hom* 2. The G-een I-p-^+^yi T«n 3. The fi* n of Glover Perr'n's loe c»bin I 4. MalVtt'i Tav«\-n.| the r»M canal tavern built in 1827 (now ,};h« \VTMLstonl Block* ; 5. Perinton Centre, YhereSamr vp,i -p<»r>TWt r>rw»ri>(i in 1796 the first blacksmith shop 6. Efrvnt wbr>re the'first town Pifpt'n\- was h<»'d| at Cyrus Packard's Tavern I - , 7. Richardson's Inn.t\ at Brish- neU's Basin'. th» western terminus'\of th«> JEr'e Ct\w>\ while the^ Greaa 1 ' Embank- ment was\ being constructed 8. Despatch (East fRocbester) the boom town of 1897 9. Th<» n^nnnv'llo irjji'nci^n P^M , crossing of DTrondequqit Creek, the only fjime a hos- tile army ever ?et foot In Perinton 10. The Lincoln : Mfll on _; t^e creek nearby built by ;|An drew Lincoln in 1821, en- larged until in 1817 the mill- pond covered more . than fKrv a^PS, trt iirnv<de j ^70 necessarv wat*-** 1 j>\\*vf- r T h f K site was nurcbaiipd hv| 1.H0 Town of iPeriritni! a recreation aren; YOU'LL LIKE THP ^OTHIFR'S DAY GIFT SELECTION AT / 30 S. MAJN .>T. FAlKPOK'i OPEN -THUR. & FRI. 'TIL 8. SAT. 'TH. (i Whatsoever Clak The Whatsoever First Baptist I Church, their regular meeting i)n Monday. May 14th at 10:30 £;.m. in'jthe church pa-Ion to 'tjie 1 nnilt ; A 12:30 dessert iuncheonjwill fo'How. Those attending axejasked to bring needle, thimble, scislors Und ,a sandwich. A business meetingilwill '1 t 1: in 1961 as 'f I Cl^ss of;the will hold follow. mm m it: Thinking of SeHfng Your Home? y A Home on Dewey Soldj in 4 hours. i A Home on Miles Sold in a week. A Home on Briggs Sold' in 3 weeks. A Home on Hulburt Sold in a month. A Lovely Lady in the Village said \If y'<m want to sell your home, List with Realtor, Lee ( Goyetfe\ We thank this Lady. CALL Ralph Burrus FR^ 7-1715 CALL Doug Goyette; LU 6-8271 •; tit Jj&ijpljSltiSLt LU 6-8280 Anytime It <t f H: »'• •>-. • • It ' fiHiH : ,^ : •••.••/Hlh-:ill\C- ; }|i.^ • ;i \ i I • it ,i - I hi c \i «n ,H' !1 V i

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