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Banner times. (Pulaski, N.Y.) 1985-1988, August 12, 1985, Image 3

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Monday, August 12, 1985 Banner Times^Pag(r3 Maude's Memo Redfield Village Held Congratulations to George Darling II. He has his driver's license. He got 100 on his driver's test, July 31. Mrs. Clarisa Yerdon has five generations with a great-great granddaughter Erica Lane born on July 14, 1985 to Duglas and Tina Wilson Marriott. Harvey and Meda Yerdon have their first great granddaughter. Congratulations to all of vou. The Redfield Union School Alumni will be having a reunion on August 24, at Noble Shores at Eloise Jones' home. They are missing four yearbooks from having a complete set. If anyone has the following years: 1935, 1936, 1937, and 1939, they would deeply appreciate it if they could copy them to complete their set for the History of the Redfield School. If you have some of these year- books and are willing to let them copy them, you can contact Mrs. Harvey (Meda) Yerdon or Eloise Jones. They'd appreciate any information you could give them. June Ouderkirk and Joyce LaCelle had a nice time at Stone Mills Arts and Crafts Show. Sally, Melanie, Lordina and Debbie Montieth went camping for two days last week. Connie, Denny, Micky Mothersell, Heidi Harvey, Archie and Doris Curry Hamner spent the weekend visiting family and friends in Long Lake. They had a nice time' -and the 1 weather was great. Mrs. Sylvia VanBrocklin is home. She was in the Rome City Hospital. Barbara Darling celebrated hex birthday on August 6 and Carol Drew celebrated hers on August 9. Judy and Albert Harvey and children are visiting family and friends in New York from Texas. They are-tfie children of Vivian and Bettie Harvey. Gary Jones is in New York from North Salt Lake, Utah, visiting. He visited one afternoon with Eugene Babcock. Gary is Ron Jones' son of Florence. Gary is doing well and sells Rocky Mountain Quickie Airplanes. The Braes will be having an Open House and Reception to meet the • new workers Tom and Cheri Howell and Pam Cornell. Everyone is invited to attend between 1 and 4 p.m., Sunday, August 18. Anyone wishing to tour the Braes house and property are urged to come. Happy Birthday to Eunice Wiggins on Aug. 17; Angela and Heather Harvey on Aug. 21; Reta and Rene' Ouderkirk on Aug. 22; and Jim Bennett on Aug. 27. Happy Anniversary to Ron and Lorraine Hodge on Aug. 24; and Sylvia and Ken VanBrocklin on Aug. 25. The residents of Redfield were deeply saddened by the death of Charles Williams Wednesday morning, August 7, 1985 at Veterans Hospital in Syracuse. The Redfield Redskiqs had a super day at Phelps, N.Y. on August 4. They played firematics and pushball and won six trophies. They took- first in Equipment; third in Efficiency; second in Hose Replacement; first in Wye; fifth in Buciet Brigade (no trophy); third in Pushball and first \Overall\. Congratulations again, Redskins. Keep up the nice work. The Redskins will be competing at the Oswego County Firemen's Convention at the Williamstown Field Days on Saturday, August 24. ACKOSS 1. Pecks 5. Fathers 10. Permit 12. Shed, as feathers < var.) 13. Mole's coat color 14. Oil of rose petals 15. A rain shelter 17. Music note 18. Month (abbr.) 19. Mine entrance 20. French river 21. Leg joint 22. Pond denizen 23. Smaller 25. Schemes 26. One-spot cards 27. South African Dutch 28. Fresh 29. Young dogs 30. Two (prefix) 32. Jewish month 33. Stupid person islang) 35. Aims 37. Valley of the moon 38. Projecting roof edges 39. Alabama city CROSSWORD 40. Condition 41. Beams DOWN 1. Fact 2. Texas mission & To swell (dial.) 4. Tebaldi and Peters 5. Deep-blue pigment 6. Particle 7. Wheel track 8. Exaltation 9. Cords 11, Dandelion remover 16. Fib 20. Asian in. land sea 21. Recog- nized 22. Showi- er 23. Con- ducts 24. Winter sport vehicle 25. Journals 27. Large wine cask 29. Sheriff's aides 30. Mild Aniirer anas ananM anHfeJB euana HHHDB 0HBEH DO] BHffiCO QWEJ eaao HHHQI EKES BBdCi una aa&Q HIS an QHUBPlOlCDIi] QHBoa BBwan QHEHffl EEBHH HHPJDH ' 31. Notions 33. Internal decay of fruit 34. Girl's name 36. Polynesian drink 1 10 tt 1? it /rr 25 ** ii 32 35 St 40 z % 24 • 3 % 21 % 36 V 1* % 3S % II y 4 ** m 1 % 16 % 27 1 W> % s tt 14 $ 2* 37 sv % t '#< it 41 r- '%< 3A r &u 54 j- h '$< SO r\ i( The annual reunion of the Sandy Creek Training Class of 1923 was held July 28, 1985 at Tomacy's Restaurant in Adams. The 1 p.m. dinner, reminiscing and picture- taking were enjoyed by the group. Five members of the class were present including Mrs. Annie Laurie (Adsit) Gardner, Clinton Corners, N.Y.; Mrs. Betty (Stevens) Goodfellow, Fulton, N.Y.; Mrs. Connie (Rogers) Balcom,- Pulaski, N.Y.; Miss Tesera Cole, Kingston, Ontario, Canada; and Miss Mabel Carnrite, Lacona, N.Y. Guests were Mr. Allen Good- fellow, Fulton; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Goodfellow, Fulton; Mrs. Sylvia Kirby, Mannsville; and Mr. and Mrs. James McCaulay, Peekskill, N.Y. Correspondence was read from three of the absent classmates: Mrs. Doris (Olmstead) Elsey, who resides at York Manor Retired Teachers' Home, Mrs. Helen (Riley) Prevo, Rome, N.Y., and Mrs. Dorothy (Jones) Allen of Mexico, N.Y. Present officers were re-elected: President Betty Goodfellow; Vice President Doris Elsey; Secretary- Treasurer Mabel Carnrite. The Round Robin Letter which has been in uninterrupted cir- culation for sixty-two years, keeps all members of the class in touch with each other. The 63rd reunion will be held at Tomacy's on July 27, 1986 at 1 p.m. AwardedGrant The OPTIONS Adolescent Pregnancy and Young Parents Program of Oswego County Opportunities, Inc. is proud to announce the notification of a grant award from the Maternal and Early Childhood Foundation for 1985-86. The award represents an increase from the 1984-85 allocation wich will permit the OPTIONS Program to continue services and expand outreach activities to pregnant and parenting youth of Oswego County. The OPTIONS Program has been in operation for the past five years. In that time the program has expanded into a comprehensive counseling, education and support service for Oswego County pregnant and parenting youth up to the age of 21. OPTIONS Coordinator Judy Stoutenger and Caseworker-Counselors, Mary Simard and Ginny Herrera provide direct services to clients through office visists, home visits and WIC Clinic site visits. Staff members will also meet current or potential clients at other locations if the need arises. Pregnancy can be a time of great joy or a time of crisis for any woman. The OPIONS Staff are available to speak to any pregnant female under the age of 21, any male partner of a pregnant youth or the parents of a pregnant youth who desire assistance or need someone to talk to during a dif- ficult period. Further information is available and referrals may be made by calling the OPTIONS Office at 598-4714, Monday through Friday from 8:30 - 4:30. Regatta Planned Marge's Pizzeria and the North Sandy Pond Marina will present the third annual Regatta and Blessing of the Fleet Saturday, August 17 at 2 p.m. Prizes will be awarded in the categories of creativity, funniest, historical, originality and prettiest. Contestants should register before August 15, at Marge's Pizzeria or the North Sandy Pond Marina. The registration fee will benefit the American Cancer Society's Camp Good Days and Happy Times. Sandy Pond Chatter by M. Crandalr Congratulations to Alma and Maurice\ Hurd, who celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary on Saturday with a beef roast at the Sandy Creek Methodist Fellowship Hall, put on by their children. Marty Maloney has a birthday on Aug. 13, and Ed Scheppard Jr. celebrates his on Aug. 16. David Dillabough Jr.'s day is Aug. 17. Mrs. Martha West of Orlando, Fla., spent several days with her sister, Dorothy Moxam of South Pond. Mrs. Shirley Vollmer of Daytona Beach, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Vollmer and son Wayne Jr. of Kirkville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moxam of N. Syracuse, and daughter Judy Carblory and sons Matthew and Larry of Modesto, Calif., all enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at Dorothy Moxam's. Judy and boys spent most of last week with Dorothy. Mike and Penny Carr of Wolcott visited his folks, George and Betty Carr. Brea Ann and Dannielle Carr, daughters of Tim and Julie Carr spent several days with Grandma Carr. George and Betty Carr were in Buffalo, Sunday to take back Molly Carr, their oldest grand- daughter, who had spent five days here. They got to see their great grandchild, Michael Patrick Carr III of Hamburg and of course they took lots of pictures. David Ingraham enjoyed going down the tubes Saturday - Tube Races, that is! Ann and Harmon Lindsey and Marge Bennett went to see the early Charlie Pride Show in Watertown Saturday. Leon and I, Sue, Bill Smith, Mike and Linda Schryver, Don and Janet Pierce, Cindy and Jim Williams, Eugene Breeze and wife, Nancy and Don Ridgeway and Nancy and Earl Meeks all attended the late show. Charlie brought from England, two brothers who have a comedy act \The Duffy Brothers\. Were they ever a riot! Peggy Manchester took me to Vicki Affinati's home in West Monroe on Monday to pick up Kimberly Manchester who spent several days with them at Enchanted Forest. The twins Renee and Robin showed me how they swim, as did Angela their big six-year-old sister. Boy, they do well. I had a great time. Todd Fravor left Saturday after spending a nine-day leave with his family and his friends, Shawn Wood and Harriett Huskin. His sub base is Charleston, S.C. While here, the three of them visited Niagara Falls, Thousand Islands. Todd and Al Widrig traveled to the Tupper and Saranac Lake Region. On Satuday, Todd enjoyed the Tube Races. Jeffrey Dillabough was taken to the House of the Good Samaritan Hospital in Watertown last week, after having the misfortune of falling off his new bike. He sprained his wrist, finger and thumb and is in a brace. Great Grandma Alice Dillabough and Don Peston took him to the hospital. Becky Tryon returned home after spending three weeks with her sister, Patty and Francis Mooney and family of Manchester. Scott Quonce, son of Don and Arin Quonce of Sandy Pond, celebrated his first birthday on August 6 at the home of the Ken Maloney's. Clint and Carolyn Hann of Kiblin- Shores Drive enjoyed a boat ride to Three Mile Bay and said the trip across the lake was just lovely. \Better late than never\ is the motto of this group of ladies, who came out to celebrate Mae King's birthday, which is in May. They all enjoyed dinner at the Wigwam Hotel. Attending were: Winnie Osburne of Clearwater, Fla.; Mayme Morell, Bertha French, Marie Hoppe, Edythe Stadler, Elenore Whittwer, Beck Spenser, Kate Goss, all of Syracuse. \Speedy Get Well Wishes\ go out to one of our Sandy Pond boys, now of Baldwinsville who is also a casualty of the tube races. Leaving the Firemen Field Days on Sunday, around 1 a.m., Michael Bachar and his brother-in-law, Kent Scullian, also of Bald- winsville, on the off-ramp \in Maple View and the 104 bridge had the misfortune to be behind a truck or a car that lost all of their tubes which fell onto Route 81. Michael's car flipped over an embankment. Kent was only shook up and climbed the bank asking for help, but the \others\ (owners of all the tubes), got into their car or truck and drove off!! Michael, who is the son of Bob and Arlene Bachar is in the Upstate Medical Center, room 7330. He is suffering from a broken neck, left arm broken in several places, head lacerations and pretty beat up from the waist up. However, a call Tuesday morning said that they have made him a neck brace, so now he can be moved and ban- dages changed. Let's all send Mike a card and some good wishes. He'd do it for you! Nate and Mindy Hall returned after spending a week at the Nazarene Children's Camp in Brooktondale, N.Y. Bill and Marion Craig were in Camden Saturday to help gran- dson, Andy Craig celebrate bis 17th birthday. He is the son of Norma and Ken Craig. Karen and Bud Adams from New York City spent the week with her folks, Griff and Doretta Jones. Orientation Scheduled The Student Advisement Center at the SUNY College is planning a combined orientation-registration program for August 14, to meet the needs of non-traditional students. Non-traditional students are students who do not fit the traditional picture of the 18 to 22- year-old student, recently graduated from high school. Non- traditional students, also referred to as adult learners or re-entry students, are often older, perhaps married, raising a family, working full time or part time, but usually juggling their college education with other responsibilities. Laura Smith, assistant dean of students, said that the non- traditional student orientation- registration program August 14 will be held at Hewitt Union starting at 5:30 p.m. The program will include a general orientation session, ad- visement, payment of tuition, registration, and opportunities to get parking permits and iden- tification photos. In addition, representatives from many offices on campus will be available to meet students in person and provide information about their services. Represented will be the Offices of Admissions, Financial Aids, Career Planning and Placement, the Deans, Dining Services, Veterans Services, and the Counseling Center, College Store, Penfield Library, Student Association and Non-Traditional Student Union. Students must make arrangements in advance to participate in this program. Anyone interested in more in- formation may call Laura Smith, assistant dean of students, in the Student Advisement Center at 341- 2240.

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