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The Altmar Russel Tryon Post 1435 of the American Legion recently held their Installation of Officers for the year 1984-85. The officers were installed by James Cleveland, who is Past Fifth District Com- mander and Vice Commander of Department of New York. Pictured are: [left to right}, William Lancy, retiring Commander of the Post in Altmar; James Cleveland; and Norman Spear, who was also a Past Commander of the Post, and County Commander in 1950. SCCS Graduation Schedule The date for the JUNIOR HIGH AWARDS Assembly has been tentatively set for Friday, May 31, at 10:18 in die High School Auditorium. All donations should be sent to the High School, c-o Linda Taber within the next few weeks. All donors and parents are cordially invited to attend the presentation to the recipients. In addition to the individual awards given: the following athletic awards will be given: Boys and Girls Fitness Awards, Modified Softball, Modified Girls Basketball, Modified Soccer, Modified Boys Football, Modified Boys Basketball, Modified Boys Wrestling. The date for the HIGH SCHOOL AWARDS Assembly has been tentatively set for Friday! June7, at 1:00 in the High School Auditorium. All donors and parentis are cordially invited to attend the awards assembly. All donations should be sent to the High School, c-o Linda taber, any iiine in May. In addition to the annual awards given, the following teams will be honored: Junior Varsity Basketball Awards, Junior Varsity Volleyball Awards, Junior Varsity Girls Basketball Awards, \B\ Wrestling Awards, Boys and Girls Fitness Awards, Junior Varsity Cheerleading Awards, JV Baseball Awards and all Varsity Awards. The date for the annual GRADUATION ceremony and awards is scheduled for Sunday, June 23, at 3 p.m. All donations for the graduates and recipients .should be sent to the High School, c-o Linda Tabet anytime in May or June. All donors and parents are cordially invited to attend the ceremony. We would like to thank all donors in their support of our students in their efforts and achievements at Sandy Creek Central School. Your donations are greatly appreciated. Robert Edwards Post 358 Here what's going on at your Legion Post. Election of officers was held at the last meeting and here is, the slate of officers for the coming year: Commander-Eileen Yager; First vice -Pat Lance, Second vice - Paul Hutchinson; Third vice- Roger Cross; Sgt. at Arms-Bob Poulsen; Chaplain-James Gor- man: Finance Officer-Emily Mead; Service officer-Bob Maitland; Historian-Dick Ash- ford; Judge advocate-Richard Chapney, Installation of Officers will be at the.regular meeting June 10. Charlie Summeryille conducted the-electldn of officers and as usual did a very good job. Eileen Yager reported the Bingo workers would be treated to a steak dinner on May 25. Annual County Golf Tournament will be in Central Square this year and is on June 8. Please contact Larry Stewart if you are interested in playing. The 200 Club Party will be June 1. We will have our Spring Clean up on June 2 and workers will be treated to steak and eggs. At this time I would like to thank everyone who helped me have a successful vear. .. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY > Dav© Walker-'Commander ••• •• j i i' t > /v >'•> •' Barbecue Planned St. James Episcopal Church is sponsoring a Chicken Barbecue in South Park on June 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The a chicken will be prepared by Rex Rossman, who is rumored to make the most delicious chicken this side of the Mississippi. Parishioners are taking orders for deliveries of the chicken now. If anyone would like to order a chicken dinner for their meal that day, please contact the Church Office at 298-2106 Tuesday and Thursday from noon 'til 5 p.m. or Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. 'til noon. Funds from this project will help St. James through the summer months, and it is hoped that this event will Be a great success for the parish and community. Two Arrested The Oswego County Sheriff's Department reports that two Altmar men have been arrested, and further arrests are pending in an investigation that is continuing. Myrul W. Trumble, 21, of Barber Road, Altmar, is accused of en- tering a dwelling on County Route 22, Altmar, Feb. 9, 198S, and taking two 12-gauge shotguns. He reportedly then sold one of the guns to Carl Bice, 34, of County Route 48, Altmar, on the same day. Bice is charged with criminal possession of stolen property second degree, for allegedly knowing that the gun was stolen, and setting it to another party. Trumble was: charged with burglary second degree. Both were arrested and arraigned before Richland Town Justice Marshall Minot May IS. Bice was released on his own recognizance, while Trumble was remanded to the Oswego County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash or $3,000 bail bond. Both-men are scheduled to appear in Pulaski Court on June 5, 1985. Investigating officers were Lieutenant Dean Goodsell, and Deputy Robert Wheeler. Flea Market The Palermo Firemans Auxiliary will sponsor a Craft Show and Flea Market on Saturday, June 1, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Palermo Fire Station, Rt. 3, east of Fulton. Refreshments, baked goods sale, crafts, rummage and drawings. Class Offered Cooperative Extension is pleased to offer \Sewing for Children\ in Pulaski at the Snow Memorial Building, Jefferson Street, Pulaski on June 3, 10 and 17 from 9-11 a.m. Preregistration is required with a class fee. The instructor for this series will be Margaret Weigel. Sewing summer clothes for children is simple, quick, and a real money saver. At this class series each participant will construct their choice of a tee shirt, shorts, swimsuit, or sunsuit. Whether you are learning to sew or want to brush up on newer techniques, this class is for you. Use of your own portable sewing machine is required. For more information or to register contact' Cooperative Extension, Main Street, Mexico,' KY.4&M4, telephone* $63-7286.' • Tuesday, May 28, 1985 Banner Times-Page-3 Mexico Messages by Mildred Schenck The organization, New York Workers on Farms (NYWOF), has announced a statewide farm ap- prenticeship program. This offers a hands-on education in farm practices, such as cheese making, planting, milking, farm retailing, etc. NYWOF is a combined project of the Center for Local Food and the Natural Organic Farms Association of New York. There is no age requirement, but applicants should enjoy the outdoors and physical work. They will receive housing, meals, produce and-or salaries. The term of apprenticeship varies from week-ends to full-time residence. Applications may be made to Center for Local Food and Agriculture, Anabel Taylor Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14853. On Wednesday, May 15, the voters in the Mexico School District approved the 1985-86 budget, and the propositions to purchase new buses and the land adjacent to the MACS High School. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shumway of RD 2, are the parents of a son, bora Friday, May 10. The Mexico Faculty Association has announced their retirement dinner party will be held at the Oswego Wine Creek Inn, on Saturday, June 15. The MACS retirees to be honored this year, are: Mrs. Edith Knight, Mrs. Mary Mack, Mr. Ron Moilanen, Mr. Larry Rector, Mrs. Judy Spencer and Mrs. Lila Young. Tickets are $12.75 and reser- vations can be made to Joseph T. Shaw, Box 218, Mexico. Thursday evening, May 30, MACS will present their annual Academic and Scholar Athlete Awards. This recognizes students who have achieved academically, and the public is invited. V.F.W. Announces New Officers The Veterans of Foreign Wars, its Auxiliary and Jr. Girls Unit of Pulaski Memorial Post No. 7289, held their Installation of Officers on May 19, at the Post Rooms on Salina Street, Pulaski. The officers for the Post are as follows : Commander, Wendell VanHorn; Sr. Vice Commander, Tony Hanrahan; Jr. Vice Com- mander, Patrick Lance; Quar- termaster, George Bonney; Chaplain, Sands Barrett; Surgeon, Fred Shaw; Judge Advocate, Edward Kelley; Service Officer, James F. Green. The Installing Officer was James F. Green. The officers for the Ladies' Auxiliary are as follows: President, Peggy Balcom; Sr. Vice President, Linda Kelley; Jr. Vice President, Gladys Hise; Chaplain, LaVella Pizon; Treasurer, Gladys Green; Conductress, Georgetta Wing; Guard, Bessie Nichols; Secretary, Roberta Bonney. Installing Officer was Gladys Green. The Jr. Girls Unit will have the following officers: Prrsident, Jennifer Balcom; Sr. Vice President, {Catherine Chrisman; Jr. Vice President, Kim Horth; Chaplain, Rachel Whaley; Conductress, Marjorie Emmett; Treasurer, Jody Balcom; Secretary, Shannon Kelley; Guard, Kathleen Kelley; Three-year Trustee, Kristie Shaw; Two-year Trustee, Jody Balcom; One-Year Trustee, Stacy Seymour. Peggy Balcom was their Installing Officer. We are hoping for a good year ahead. A lot of work has to be done to get the Post Rooms back in good working order. A lot of damage was done by the flood and the men are just getting started. Let us all get together and put our House back in order. I am proud of our Veterans of Foreign Wars and their Post, aren't you? O.E.S. To Hold Friendship Night Pulaski Chapter No. 159, Order of the Eastern Star, cordially invites all members of any Chapter to attend their meeting on May 28 at the Masonic Temple on Broad Street, Pulaski. The meeting will be called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Worthy Matron Kathe Paye and Worthy Patron Douglas Lohnas, who hope to see many old and new friends from any Sister Chapters. Members of Pulaski Chapter are urged to attend to welcome their friends and guests. The program will include Draping of the Altar in memoriam for departed members. The refreshment committee will be chaired by Sue Lohnas, with Sharon Blodgett, Emily McCarty, IdaHolcomb and Robin Woolson assisting. Officers are reminded to please wear white formals. Third Degree Enacted At the May 20 meeting of Sandy Creek Grange, No. 127, the Charter was draped in memory of long-time member Belva Cham- berlain who recently passed away. The Ladies Degree Team also conferred the Third Degree of the Order on a class of five candidates. The carrot cake contest was judged during the meeting with Inez Williams receiving first prize; Gen Perkins, second; and Martha Chatterton, third place. On Monday evening, June 3, the Men's Degree Team wiii present the Fourth Degree. Open House Planned An open house in honor of Anson and Bernice Hurd's 50th wedding anniversary will be hold June 1, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the. .Pulaski Grange HaH. y»>. \'\ * ' , Yovi; presence will be, their gifti • V Ivl. -J'

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