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p.w !'•> -Banner -^ ^-'^ \- • *• Times ^. ^.-nt*- - ** * . i Monday, &^ .\••-.. •• * - •*•*-;-• October -Hi: 1985 V Williamstown News By.Nancy Sweatland We are saddened to learn of the death of Ken Muir and Tim Tanner in an auto accident on Sunday evening, Septeml .r 29. We extend our sympathy to the families of both young men. Our firemen were busy over the past weekend. Saturday, October 5, they went to the Ed Gorski home where a gentleman had sustained a broken leg due to a three-wheeler accident. And about 9:30 that evening they went to the home of John Sweatland on the Chilton Road, to a chimney fire. No damage was reported. Sunday morning, the Firemen's Rescue Squad assisted an injured man on Route 13. He was taken to the VA Hospital in Syracuse by NOCA Ambulance of Pulaski. Congratulations to Michell Ballard and Ron Kowanes who recently became engaged and plan a November wedding. Micki is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ballard of Cox Road, and Ron the son of Betty Kowanes of Central Square. Best wishes to you both. I would like to ask if there is anyone of Senior Citizen age who would be interested in receiving Meals on Wheels, would you please call yours truly? The Office of the Aging is trying to start this program in the Williamstown area and would appreciate your help in locating people you could benefit in this service. My number is 964- 2854. Our son, Gary, spent the past weekend home with his family, just relaxing, eating, and watching movies. Gary is now stationed with the USS John Rodgers at Carleston, S.C. The past weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Trumble, and Mr. and Mrs. John Sweatland spent, some time with Mr. and Mrs. David McWilliams and family in Lake George. While there, they came across Mr. and Mrs. Jim VanWinkle and son, Joshua. They all enjoyed the lovely foliage sights on their trip up there. Yes, fall.is here and isn't it beautiful! Not only the scenery but the feeling in the air. Birthday wishes:this week to Gordon Trttdeli, Keith Skellington, Betty^Gorski, Tammy Harris, Little Douglas McCullagh, Mike ^Barker*, and Arriane Hamblin. Happy Wedding anniversary to Bev and John Sweatland, Don and Norma Fosdick and Mr. and*Mrs. Leon Allen. The Altmar-Parish-Wifliamstown High School football team played at Port Byron High School on Friday evening, October 4, and won with a score of 6-0. Have a good week, folks. Enjoy the pretty fall colors, the cider and apples, so plentiful and, of course, the football games of your choice. AMERICA'S SATE SCHOOLS WEEK OCTOBEB 20-26.1985 AMERICA'S YEAR OF 1985-1966: emsNssc WORD SW&W Oregon II IALVAPTHEDAL E T C O E- Y E L N N H M A T L A F G W B A K Y Y E B E E G A ON L L O N T A L E S SAN N H F S D S H B R A I Y A E S S P T E V E E A I N Y S S N 0 G D E E T D K R T RMUL/tJUNM HT,CA/ENBI N L W fi h T I D G f T R Y L E I T S S E I I H L C L A D N L M S L A N R Y K N A G O E H F L L S K S .. _ _: E ENB-AIAOT AWI/TLNTNYOVW LTKECSf/HO' \ T \ ~ L O U H I I -H IRATFOf DTVIWATOL ITEALSMLS N S I S A E P I M M D E X Q R A N T S P A PBANDONH HFRENCHGLENCMLORFS AnswerssHprmist-on, Pendleton, Prineville, Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, HcMinnvi3J.e r Milwaukie, Beaver ton, Lincoln City, Sweet Home, Coos Bay, Roseburg, Corvallis, Tualatin, Wallowa, John Day, Frenchglen, Oakridge, Keizer, Dallas, Toledo, Gresham, The Dalles, Astoria, Stay ton, Bandon, Beatty, Fossil, Athena, Halfway, unity, Nyssa, Fields.^ •«•* .. _ L N I O C R E F S L 0 V N NOW A 0 E E wV^X^J ENNDALOH K E 0 I 0 H L S WEVTNNKE I E I D Y M J A SLAZHAEO E Y L I E M T S NCMLORFS The Oswego Elk's Auxiliary will hold their annual Craft Fair on Sunday, October 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Elk's building on the corner of West Fifth and JBridge Streets, in Oswego. -Over-35,crafters%ilijbe onhand, with, many new and unique gifts for sale, A bake sale will also she held throughput, the day. „ Tj|e popular Round Robin raffle yrill also be featured this year. Over 80 items .will ie raffled off. Winners will be drawn at 5 o'clock, and you need not be presenMo win. A door prize will be awarded. each hour throughout the day. Refreshments will also be available. There are stiU a few tables available. For more information call 963-706ior 342^509/. -,\ -t',- i %i Sdn News By AAarie K. Pdrsofls October 6: It's been a cool, breeljr day and the wood ffrefelt^ooeV Whit and Lois Schbirten went to t% Harvest Supper in Dugway Saturday night. ] * Charles Srnith and his niece and nephew from Richville visited his brother, EdHSmith, in the VA Hospital Monday. Ruth Hall visited Linda Hoskinson of Pulaski, Friday. Jim and Minnie Taylor returned home Monday evenmg, from a 17- day tour by train and bus, across Canada said back, Tuesdj^i Stanley and Marion Craig had lunch at Jen's Diner in Watertbwh. The diner is operated by their sister-in-law Jeanette Craig and husband Roy. Shelly Riley's parents, Irene and Ernie White of Mayfield, N.Y., spent Sunday with Shelly, Dan, and the children. • > A reception and coffee hour will be held in the United'Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, this Sunday, October 20, following the service, to welcome the Rev. Janet Gibbs as the new pastor of the local church and Union Church at Orwell. Since the Rev. Jeremy Duncan left for his new position as Chaplain in the armed forces, the Rev. Calvin Burge has been acting ,as interim pastor for the Orwell and Sandy Creek congregations. Friends. Of former Sandy Creek residents, Mr. and Mrs. H, Judson weddingv wwpmu&„'$s c being celebrated this' Saturday, October 19f%ietfTaWny^s 'united all; of their friends and neighbors to take part in the qcwision^wth calls and cards.. Their%>nwt Address is: Mr. and jMrs: Hi Judson Hoit, 200 Avenue K, S.E:^pt f4li|-Winter Havet» florida 33880. Telephone: (813) 293^8201. . P% - -•%- Tfre SanHy C*e% •*, Regional Planning Board will meet at 7:30 p.m., JTue^a##Etdbe#29., M ie Sandy Creek Town Hall*' ? V Sanfbrd '^^W^neeleT retted home rSeeently followingat three-' Week stay 5 at Upstate Medical Steve Reynolds spent the weekend with his father, Fred Reynolds, and us Scribers. Steve' and Fran went to the movies Friday evening. Sandy (Keeney) McDonald and daughter, Lauren, returned to their home in S. St. Marie, Canada, Thursday., \'•'.. Charles and Ariene Smith's ^cpw becamr the mother of a beautiful daughter, named Dolly; October 3. Mother and daughter are both doing^welli ••; .. ~-\.-. Katie and Megan Plumb and a friend of Liverpoolrcame to see Dolly and visit the SMtb^Fiffla^?* Saturday night, Jim Hiscock u^stayed^^rovetnigfafr---^»ith - Brian McNitt of Pulaski . ,,$J >*-a ?» & _ ^ .. Johnston of ^^ite/^6^^e|||i^^r night f to visit; her aunt and^uiiclei phe and Al Peyton an^childiren anl|x>thers. So-far, Ihe^ v^^tftb^afaeberry mtm : ' * iiade I tlj|v through'\ttte Arriish .cbtintiy^ ••ji^k GduVerneiir an^'^op^ed ttt l^ffnelPsl Red Barn atobhg other 'places. They*ll be th%d out:b^^th|j#ie'^IfTlet home. .S, ••*\>- \ A good turnout of people came to the s Altmar Methodist Church Rummage ' ak4 ^Bsijte Siale, Saturday; -'.;% :'\\•'.,\•'*' ''^ Stanley Bennett called on Francis Dailey Thi^ia^ aTaifeiUchaid Schroeder,Friday. : .,>> : \r Dave and Euha Mason and family visited Ed Soble, rejcenl^ ^ Dave and EuUa^as^iMd family visited mez and^d^ble recently. Hugh and Mae Wonne visited us Scribers Saturday. Ray and Florence Hiscock went: to the Chicken Barbecue at the Albion Fish and Game Club, Saturday night. »i-. ,. Larry and Bonnie Alleh of Rich- ville and Charles .Smith visited Ed Smith, of the VA Hospital, Saturday. Mildred Drake of Pulaski visited Arlene Srnitlf, Saturday morning. Jim and Minnie Taylor went for a drive Sunday after church to see how pretty the leaves are getting. The fishermen are still trying their ludk. Almost forgot to mention, Tara 1&W t l»ieBMet^e^siM f 1)irthday on October 2. She took Cristina Kaine and Carrie- Gayrie with hier r t9 VS».-?S:T.-— -S«- pneumonia as well aiS for a chronic illness;, : His brotKer-in-law, Herman Frey of Antrim, N.H., is staying with him for a few days. Areaijuilters are invited to attend the monthly meeting of the Sandy Creek Quiltingguild, scheduled for 2 p.m., Wednesday, October, 16 at Ainsworth Meniorial Library, Sandy Creek. Members of the informal group are now con- structing a quilt for the benefit of me Library Improvement Fund. The annual fall sale sponsored by the United Methodist Women of Sandy Creek will be a \Harvest' Festival\ held in the church's Fellowship Hall, Harwood 'Drive, on Saturday^ peldber 26,Tne Festival Opening at 11 a.m., will feature a luncheon in addition to handmade items designed with Christmas gift-giving in mind. Crafts, Christmas Decorations, adult gifts, almost new items and plants are among the variety of products which wOl be for sale. In years which precede leap years, this sbfstices fall on the 22nd days of June and Dec«mlMir. They fall on the 21st of those 'months in other years; • ^i^j::'^ Pulaski National Bank, now Lincoln\^rs^Bmk i ^:mt^ut£m-'0k 1882 from plans developed by architect, 'iM&nt^tMVS&M^ Syracuse, the description of the structure in the 1980 Syracuse University Press Publication, ARCHIMEDES t jpS|E£i* VP\ STATE AR<Mtmc% reads: \Tfii lt^i^MmMi0i0^r!ed brick with Vermont marble (rim. <Qu^^i&[aw*Mj$^ Gothic details combined with the polychromy [multiple coloring] of the facades make the exterior of this structure an interesting example of eclectic design.\ This Mew of ih4 Wftk buildings, which is a Heritage Foundation of Oswego Landmark included in the Pulaski Historical Distrkt, is from an engraved postcard produced prior to •&£P ts% sfiC(B>'\

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