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Greater Greece press. (Rochester, N.Y.) 1959-1977, June 04, 1959, Image 5

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B S it S i S i ' s le casserole got. drain ®®^son with na pour over it »k? Serve ham, ialad and wafflej We, - topped\ with their syrup * ‘>rt of com, _ •• ( i^’S r e c i p e a Casserole in cream of :as or green potato ■'chips nd milk; stir d 1 cup potato to 1-quart but- ■Sprinkle re­ chips on top. erate (350 F.) 25 minutes. teautiful )r phone TA V E . RN 1 . -9380 I; uices are ideal n slice after if rown. A bit of 3 the ju ice adds i c a n cheese; ed bacun and :pe olives, held b i t of niay.jn- /o n d e rfu l sand- ir cooked vcge- )a r ls (if may,Iri­ sh of prepared ?s. .'liced and 1 se '. a \siUj GOP Inooii^ieg^ Ward dicers The Greece Eegublican Town and county Coihjpittee has an­ nounced the a p p o iii^ e n t of l€ inen to direct election campaign activities in the town’s fo u r wards- The ward officers are: F ir s t, ward — Chairman, A.1 Skinner; vice GeWge Badgerow, deputy'tawn c T ^ ; .Sec­ retary, Francis Cramer, treatrtrenJ plant superintendent; treasurer. 3Leo SawyJco . ' Second ward i— C h a i r m a a. Councilman Edward F, Burns; vice chairman, Roger Harris; secre­ tary, H a rry K e rr; treasurer, Charles Hare Third ward — C h a i r m a n , Chades Goldey, member o f the Town Planning Commission; vice tary, Harold Barrett; treasurer, chairman, * F red \Woodard; secre- Henry McGregor. Fourth ward - Chairman, W il­ liam E. Easton; vice chairman, George Scheible; secretary, Vin­ cent Tofany, town attorney; treasurer, Carl Hudson. Bfunard^uxilkiiy^ Mrs. MjUton Oakes w ill be in­ stalled foV her second term as president of Barnard Fire Depart­ ment A u x ilia ry at a meeting Mon­ day at 8 p. m. at the Exempts Club. Mrs. Raymond Wenzel is chair­ man of the installation program. She w ill be assisted by Mrs. Keith Holden and Mrs. A rthur Hilton. John Marshall The Class of 1949 of John 'M a r­ shall High School w ill hold a re­ union on June 20 at Logan’s in Scottsville Road. Supper w ill be served at 7 p. m. and there w ill be dancing from 10 p. m. to 1 a. in. Res^vations may be made by calling Barbara Spencer Knight, G L ^ v o o d 3-1852-W. f LAFF OF THE WEEK •T t seem s to be fo r you! '* LOOK HOUSE PAINTING Free Estimates—^Insured M INDER DECORATORS CH 2-0084 Greece Chamber W illiam E. Easton of $4 Elm- guard Road has been elected pres­ ident of Greece Council, Rochester Chamber of Commerce, fo r the coming year. He succeeds William D. Denise, who .served'two terms. Easton, who is an attorney, w ill head a staff of officers including: First vice-president, Fred Strauss, 1981 Norton Street, manager of the Greece office of Genesee Valley- Cnion Trust Company: second vice- president, Fred DiNardo. 230 Fetz- ner Road, builder; secretary. Mar­ vin Goldblatt, 2245 English Road, proprietor of Veteran's Auto Parts, 1060 Lee Road: treasurer, Thomas H. P r i t c h e t t ^ o f ^ ^ l Wyndham Road. m a n a g eroL-tiie J. C. Pen­ ney Company's s^re at Northgate What's Doing— With the Elks Members of Greece Lodge of Elks w ill initiate a cla.ss of can­ didates for membership at a meeting today at 8:30 p. m.^. at the Barnard Exempts Club. Ex­ alted Ruler Kaye Tomasino w ill preside. PRESS ADVERTISING PAYS j *^7une*^4^ 1 9 5 ^ 5 The lodge w ill observe Flag Day on June 14 with special cer­ emonies at 3 p. m. on the Barn­ ard Exempts Club grounds. A spaghetti dinner w ill be served for members on June 18 at 6:30 p. m. at the Exempts Club. A meeting w ill follow at 8:30. Always BREAKFAST — LJNCH — DINNER ' BEST of BEVERAGES Open at S:30 a. m. Eyery Day Except Sunday DON O'COIN'S TAVERN West Ridge Shopping Center The lodge w ill hold its annual fam ily picnic June 21 4rom 1 to 6 p. m. at the Exempts grounds off Maiden Lane. There w ill be games for the children and re­ freshments including soft drinks, ice cream, peanuts and lollypops. f t / N O W ! BORROW MONEY b i j L in c o l n R o c h e s t e r ’ s , CHECK-CREDIT PLAN I ■ Wher iplication h approved^ you may borrow ibr anything you wish—anytime. • No loan atjplifcafioni to fill oulr-yoo crooto yOur own loiSh* /hen yoflr applic nythihg you wish\ 0 loan applitrationi h simply by writing checks. a ■ As you repay/ tho money again becbmei. available for your ■ No charges o f any kind If you don't use ydur account ■ Your balance due Is insured ot no extra cost. LA KE AVENUE OFFICE ................ 149S Lake Ave. DEW E Y -STONE OFFICE ................ 2800 Dewey Aye, RID GE-D E W E Y OFFICE .... 535 Ridge Road West L inco l n R ochester TEITCT COMPANY AUwby faiferomsiWw System « Federal Oeposit Mi/anee CiffwOtM G. Y. A. A. j Junior Baseball i By C. W. Dusen j A fte r several weeks of pre- | ■sea.son practice, baseball activities in the Greece Youth Athletic As­ sociation got underway with the Ponies launching a three-team league scramble. The teams are the Bi.so^s, Braves and Jets. The league w ill play three nights a week— Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. A ll games w ill be played , on the Barnard School diamond, j The J.ilniors. playing on the |. Barnard Exempts grounds Mon­ days and Wednesdays, have a four-teana league. The outfits are the Tigers, Yankees, Red Sox and Indians. Playing Tuesdays and Thurs­ days, the Intermediates— also a ■our-team f league—consist of the GuHa Eagles; Hdblhs' and'*HwaT- lows. They play on the St. Jos­ eph’s ViHa diamond. Down at Britton Road School Field, the Seniors— consisting of the Blue Birds, Orioles, Finches and Red Birds—w ill play on Tues­ day and Thursday nights. The Bobby Sockefs haven’t named their teams yet but plenty of girls have responded and they anticipafe a good season. A ll games start at 6:15 p. m. ASPHALT SEAL COATING JLow Prices Q u a lity Workmanship FREE ESTIMATE o r Do-It-Yourself FIVE-GALLON SEALER $3.99 Your Container - Free Delivery BobVersfreet GLen. 3-2418-M j w w M w w w w w w % m Greece Restdeats! Wplter Whelehan, Jr., will |be happy to assist you In the ^election of your new 1959 Pontiac or a good used car. Call him at home— 261 English Road CH 2-3425 RALPH PONTIAC. INC. 626 Main Street West BEverly 5-3635 . FULL TIME HELP WANTED WORK RIGHT IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD AT W E GMANS NEWEST SUPERMARKET RIDGEMONT PLAZA OPENING SOON Ridge Rd.. west of Long Pond Rd. Stop in for an interview at the store or at our downtown employment olfice, 74 West Main St. WEGMANS RIDGEMONT PLAZA SUPERMARKET Just What the Town Has Been Waiting For— BUCKMAN'S DONUTS DELUXE 49 Delicious Varieties!^ Made Before Your Eyes in Our Newly-Enlarged Bakery Department TRESH Qhe Do¥en 69c Half Dozen 35c I Bring This Cou|ifii|. I With You and Save | I lA c Purchase I I III of a Dozen I This offer good 'til June | BUCKMAN^ D A I^ r IN C 2576 Ridge Road West Corner Long Pond Road F^IESH M ILK DAILY Cash and Carry • Half-Gallon 47c QUALITY ICE CREAM Made Every Day In Our Modern Plant ; DemandUPak Old\ FashioTTed 8 9 . • Half-Gallon • $1.10

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