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NEWARK, N..Y.', THURSDAY, JULY 1968 L> ON HONORS LIST •b,.Wf.y'>n. ai* f»5- -it | T e c h n ical Co'.leg- at- D elhi, has- ' b e en nam e d to th e Honors list i ( fo r th e third, term , fi'uclei.is ; s u V ; a m e d to the list m u st achiev- .i.iiltur.il an d a tra d e l.nclex of 3.50 o r higher. Duplicate Bridge Annoimces BRENNER JEWELRY Whoiavsr your haar.ln '9 probUnt w» in v lt* y o u to «om« in' Get the facts!- If you’ve never iworn t'hearingxid, or'if the one you are wearing Isn’t completely estio- factory, come In. We will gladly talk it over confidentially. And If you need better hearing, wewUl help you in the selection o f a better hearing aid . C O M P L E T E S E R V I C E A Complete line of accessoriee a*4 batteries for all mike* of hearfaw - aids. • .... ★ Complete facilltlaa for adJnxtaMM* on all makes of hearing aids. 1'. ★ ApppIntmeMta in theprivacy of jmmT home o r office at your convenience. * Call oi, If We eerry e eomplete Mae ef I \sill Sanford, Mgr; R e a ring Aidx^., b . ^ HAVE A M M M T N G T E S T TO D A Y ! We invite you tb u ss.thls ssrviee. . . no obligation. CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE 38 S. Main Si. Phone DE 1-2414 . e OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS Newark j Journey Wieners j. Wi: -no vs h-v tho ''52\ DupUo.iv' j Bnd'sc Club u:. Ju n e 25 wrrs.'. , ‘ N S W n'auui LLwis, , iirst; F r e d R u s s e ll N a m e d To RBI D e a n 's Lisf PHOTOGRAPHER WILL BE HERE . & T U E S . J U L Y 1 5 & 1 6 GET AM 8 x 1 ( M 2 Wallet Size Photos m x v k ONLY Two outstanding W uyne C o u n ­ ty-4-H m em b ers,_ P a tr icia R e y n ­ olds, an d Roger S toughton, are' at.ri.d ir .g the N a tiopai 4-H cit-i- •urj>w ut -W-asiiuigtoii Mio. H.irod K o s.itr & Mrs., N o r-; f ‘>:-l w e .k reports M erle O .Q u n - bert M e n u a in, Hew a rk, second; J »ung.ia»U'< W ayne County 4-H Ja m e s B d e h eiin, Lyons & Leu ' cure. ,~r,„ P .- F lan ig a n , G e n eva, th ird ; Jo e ' th e y a r e ’p a r t- o f th e W e s tern j H a ’pin, S e n e c a ' F a lls & H a rold ' New. York D e legation of 30 nierh- • M eCalllum, Newark, fourth. z bers who are spending th is week I E-W --Mrs. Charles, B a ldw in, a t th e N a tional 4-H Club C e n ter. ! N ewark & -Mrs. Percy B u rton, - Miss Reynolds is th e 'daughter [Lynchburg-, V irginia, f i r s t ; ‘ G.yy. o f p r . a n d . Mrs. W a llace R e y n - Halqy & Thomas- S m a r t, Lyons, olds of M ihsteed R o a d , M a rion, second; Mrs. Ja m e s B o e h eim , S h e h a s b e e n 4 - H m e m b e r for. j Lyons, & Mrs. E a rl Stott,. New- [ e ig h t y e a r s an d i§ a sophom o re | a rk, third;, Mrs. Roger Forneil, a t M a rion C e n tr a l SchooL In Lyons & Mrs. Theodore, Beatest 1967 she. was, nam e d county ^ H j JfewdrR, fourth. \ “ ^ f S b ls cham p ion * d iath iS K ,y e & w;as t h e [ry desserts^oiitfe'si. R o g e r is th e son of Mr. a n d M rs. D o n a ld S toughton of H igh­ la n d R o a d , Lyons. He. h a s been ' -M arion:—F rederick Russel! h a s . 8 4-II m e m b e r fo r eig h t years' been nam e d to t h e spring-sem e s - a n d is a ju n io r - a t L y o n s'C e n tral, ter d e a n 's list a t R o c h e s ter [ S c h o o l, Roger h a s been on th e Business In s t i tu t e •whepe -he ig j c o u n ty livestock ju d g in g te a m studying business ' a d m i h i s t r a - !-fbr th e - l a s t ’ throe years, , h a s tion an d d a ta processing, an d been a n active m e m b e r in . the, j will be g r a d u a t e d in August. \ 1 S w a m p Angels 4-H. C lub a n d ’ is | He is -employed in U ie; d a t a ‘S K ™ i T l m i p rocessing -departm e n t o f th e , ^ [R o c h e s ter T e lephone Corp. He , t h e son of M r. a n d Mi's, D a v id ; t Russeil of 97 N e w a rk Rd. -. W e s tern New Y o rk C o u n c il L : _______________ . -- __________ -; e y e n t s . , •— - J W h ile a t W a s h ingtorf, th e s e , 4-H 'ers will a tte n d classes a t th e 4-H C e n ter cbnductecf~by p u t- sta n d in g resource peopie. Topics w i l l be on governm e n t an d c it i ­ zen s h ip relative to ih e n a ti o n a l a n d w o rld problem s. T h e y w iil a t t e n d selected historic sh r in e s and- points of i n te r e s t a t t h e 'Na­ tional: C a p itol. W hile, a t th e 4-H C e n ter, they will m e e t 4 - H ’e rs from A rkansas, Florida, Iow a ; .Ohio, M a r y land an d New M exico, th u s b r o a d e n ing theii',falc(iuaint- ance of th e 4-H p r o g r a m in th e U n ited States. -Cunningham sa i d [That\previous delegates' have re - ; p o r ted th is t o be a-hNevei' T o Be ' F o r g o tten W eek.\ D u ring the com ing y e a r P a t a n d R o g e r will talk to o t h e r 4-H clubs telling them , o f 't h e i r ex­ periences an d helping w ith th e 4-H C itizenship P r o g r a m in th e C o u n ty. WINS CAR — i Augustine Benetiz, 106 • Blackmar , St., is presented keys to 1968 Buick which he won on Rose Festival Day. James Shearer, Festival chairman, presents keys to Benetiz while Halmuth Reinhart, chairman of the ticket committee, observes. Benetiz later sold the car to a cousin for $ 2 , 0 0 0 . Marion Airman Receives Service A.^ard-in Formosq • n o N e w a rk gb'T -sm u t . lead- , t vs .recently at-t-ejitfed- a basic or p r '. ’ rj'tn -..workshop, a t . C -i.rp vv'.i *tk-.w, )-!, io, a ted neor L v i t . - i j i i jwi tow n of i n t ­ ro.. > , .. . N e w -rU n V .v n p a r ticip a tin g ■ ni the a -rk.T.o,) w e re M rs. H a r v , vj c . i S t t d , M rs. Jack Grover., ' M-s Jii s R .eti. M rs; R ich a r d ' :;.-U '..o au d -ins. Thom a s' Vi­ la. - ' ,, t i;.ograrit w a s sp e n s h r e d . tl.c K> ven L a k e s Girl Seout ■ v' > and » t-s designed to ivo the women a broad knowl- Ige- i f outdoor, a c t i v i t i e s . . ; T h e N e w a rk w o m e n w e r e . . a m o n g 17 a r e a women, in . a t ­ tendance, u n d e r 't h o le a d e r s h ip . , of M rs. -H- D. K e ijy ,- a field dl-“: ; r e c to r of the Seven Lak.es Coun- ! eil' an.d M rs. W. L. F u lch e r of- -A u b u rn. ' . \ i All p h a s e s o f th e outdoors ' [ w e re ex p lored—following , t r a i l : sighs t h r o u g h the- woods, cook- ' ing. in th e outdoors, cqnserva- ■ tion, health and .safety,! n a tu r e .c r a f t s an d outdoor g a m e s .' L A sim ilar train in g session w a s , ' nisn. hpld. a t C a m b E gypt. V a lley in the B ristol H ills recently. M a rion- Jb h t f t s f e a l if Mil’ S tr e e t - T h e , Rev. ap d Mrs. t 1*6 “r The crow n ing o f - th e . 1968 W a y n e .C o u n ty 4-H F a i r flueen ;wUI ™ y\ Y . v j e t t 'e i ’ froih Ihlio*Wt. mo<aIrArm OPtvintiPC irv RnnllR fin JlliV- 1.4 1 - R * E theridge, W illiam S 1 per child, sam e pose* black and white A Fain Photo PHOTO HOURS: 10.ct.m .-12 ' 1 p.m .-4:3Q 6-8 p .m . WHEN OPEN NO AGE LIMIT — BRING ’EM ALL — ADULTS WELCOME - No appointment needed. Photos are taken single only! Several finished proofs to choose from.-No other obligation. f YOUR MONEY’S WORTH MORE a t W O O L W O R T H ’ S D a v i d B lo c k A t t e n d s R O T C S u m m e r C a m p \ ' D a v id J. Block, son o f Mr. h ig h lig h t weekend, a c tivities in Sodus. on. J u ly 13. , Miss Joyco Bossar.d, 4-H agent, s a id 16 4-H girls from th r o u g h - ' t a p t ' o u t the county Will vie for th e crow n m o w -w o rn by M iss L i n d a ; c o m m a n d ing oxticer of th e 6-1 j ^ a n e „ . . _ . . . 1 ^ - — ----- ^ ----- .C o m b a t S u p p o r t G roup, H e a d - C a n d idates are A n n a .B a u e r of j ' ' . [ q u a r te r s S q u a d ron, inform ing P a lm y ra, Susan B e r n h a r d t of j New_ Y o rk S tate w ineries an d [-hem th a t th e i r sun R o b e rt h a d Lyons; Ja n e Boice, G a y le C i- j grapb pro c e s s in g p lan ts re c e iv - heen presented tLe \ A irm a n of priano, K a t h y H a w m n n , Debbie , ecj 141,134 tons of g r a p e s in 1967. ‘lh e Mo n th A w ard.\ Lytle, D e b o rah Schlee, all of | Qra p es; receiv e d from w i t h i n 1 A irm a n S ta a l is a n iivform a- S ; fiivpn [ th e ' s t a t e to taled 131., 114 to n s I'tion specialist • ih .the base In- V i e m a M N e L S - c k f o t - B l l h com p \ “ \'lth 119-21a tons ,.m , lo r m a t ion o m c e . j j d Is p r e s - S r u S a 0 “ P h S i ! 1* 6- « * « < • » F ° \ “ and L inda Y a tes of Clvde. T h e 1 Sodus C h a m b e r of Com - i m erce will p r e s e n t several g if ts : to the queen, h e r two a tt e n d - ‘ a n ts a n d Miss C o n g e n ia lity. \They will also have a d in n e r j S a tu r d a y h o n o r in g all c a n d i - ; d a te s a n d th e 'p a n e l o f judges.' : T h e ‘ev e n ts of t h e 'd a y will i n - : elude a preview ing of th e queen 1 h o p e fuls in the m a in business section of Sodus village. C a n d i­ dates will b e interview e d by a •’ panel of judges during th e a f ­ ternoon, a n d p a r ti c i p a te ' in a convertible p a r a d e th r o u g h S o ­ dus. C o r o n a tio n cerem o n ies will be h e ld a t 8 p.m. in th e Sodus C e n tr a l SchooL auditorium . 'S o ­ d u s Supervisor G e o rge A rney w ill be m a s ter o f cerepionies T h irty-five a d u lt s atteu d e d . -A special ’leaders-ih-training '.ses­ sion, w a s offered for- one w e e k ­ end at E g y p t V&Ue-y w ith 30' adults an d 15 sen io r scouts a£- ; tending. ' - This .is- th e b a s ic leadership, course usually g iv e n to a d u lt s ,- The senior scouts will be a p ­ prentice lead e r s in troops as , well as -day, -resident a n d m i­ g r a n t summer dam p s . A-t Jhe end of tlie ’course they will qual­ ify to se r v e a s girl, scout . a s ­ sistant leaders. an d Mrs. H a r r y C. Block, 113. a n d M rs. Aileen V a n Tyle, fa s h - Brookview D rive, is a t t e n d in g ion co n s u ltan t for S a r a h Coven A rm y R e serve O fficers’ T r a i n - | try , w ill be the com m e n tator. ing Corps .sum m e r cam p a t In - d ian to w n G a p , Pa. He is a 1965 g r a d u a t e of New­ a r k C e n tr a l School a n d a s t u ­ d e n t a t A lfred University.- D u r ­ in g th e siX-week ' e h c a fflpm e n -, Block will receive tra i n i n g in T h e F o lk Trio from W iliam - son w ill provide e n tertain m e n t. A p a r a d e o f queens, escorted by p r o m in e n t Sodus businessm e n w ill conclude th e evening p r o ­ gram .. T h e 1968 queen will reign over leadership, rifle m a r k s m a n s h ip , 1 activ ities a t th e W ayne C o u n ty physical conditioning an d o t h e r j F a ir , Aug. 19-24, an d represent m ilita r y subjects.\ U p o n , succes- W a y n e C o u n ty a t th e C o u rt of fu l com p letion o f - s u m m e r cam p Q u e e n s opening cerem o n ies a t a n d g r a d u a tio n from college, h e th e S t a t e F a i r in Syracuse, m a y be com m issioned a second lie u t e n a n t in th e U. S. Army. Impolq Custom Coup* •see your Chevrolet dealer.' His year-end ^ neais, on all his Cars, are honestly attractive Witness the special Savings on popular V8’s and automatic transmissions for all big Chevrolets and Chevelles. Not to mention you’ll get a ear worth owning. You g e t t h e b i g g e s t y e a r - e n d sa v in g s _ just w h e r e y o u ’d e x p e c t t o —a t y o u r C h e v r o let d e a l e r ’s. L e o n a r d C. Schlee, W ayne C o u n ty clerk, received a D e p a r t­ m e n t of Stdte distinguished service aw a rd a t t h e \ r e s e n t a n - nual- ^ m e e ting o f the New York S t a te A ssociation of C o u n ty C lerks Of w h ich he is new iy- elected president. T h e citatio n read ; ‘Tn recog n itio n a n d ap p r e c iatio n of your o u t s t a n d i n g contribution to th e people aL .th e S t a t e of (New York in y o u r cap a c ity a s a - c o u n t y clerk.” I t w a s. s igned by -Secretary b f S t a te Jo h n P. Lomenzo, w h o m a d e th e p r e s e n tation. S c h lee h a s been affiliated w ith th e W a y n e C o u n ty clerk’s office since 19'47, being nam e d deputy co u n ty clerk th a t year. He serv ­ e d in th a t capacity u n til 1961 w h e n h e w a s appointed county clerk b y Gov, Nelson R o ckefeller. Since his a p p o in tm e n t he has been re tu r n e d to office a t th r e e elections. .Besides h is county affiliations, Schlee' is a m e m b e r o f th e N T S -C o u n ty O fficers A ssociation, th e Nati-ohal A ssociation Of R e c o rd­ e r s -and C lerks an d th e N a tional A s sociation of C o u n ty O fficers. , R a lp h W i t p e r o f W ebster, loGal .governm e n t cpnsultant,. w a s a ls o honored a t t h e bakquefr w ith a plaque in recognition of h i s y e a r s a s liaison Officer, be­ tw e e n -the D e p a r tm e n t of S tate a n d th e C o u n ty Clerk's Associ­ ation. CLEA N IN G T IPS F o r tip s on ..spring cleaning,. N e w Y o r k S tate hom e m a k e r s m a y re q u e s t single, free copies of E x ten s io n bulletin E-955, “ H o w to C lean and C a re for P l a s t i c s , ” from th e M a iling R o o m , R e s e a r c h ' P a r k , Ith a c a , N . Y. T4850. .

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