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Page-2-Banner Times Monday, October 21, 1985 Sandy Pond Chatter by AA. CrandaM Sorority Entertains Retired Teachers Mis. Hattie Latrcmore of Car- thage and Mrs. Margaret Latremore of Star Lake arrived at Hilda and Percy Maxwells' on Friday. On Saturday, Percy and Hilda took them to Hull, Quebec, Canada, for a visit with their son, Ralph, and Madeline Maxwell and Mrs. Delia Packwood, Hilda's sister. Ralph and Madeline had a birthday party for Hilda, Saturday evening. Several of Hilda's cousins were there including Father Robert Latremore, a priest missionary in Africa, who was visiting in Hull. Hilda and Percy returned home Monday and Hattk and Margaret stayed until Wednesday. Hilda was so pleased to receive beautiful flowers from \Jays\ for herbirth- day, from Don and Julie Maxwell in Sisters, Oregon. They took Mrs. ' Helen (Eva) McCune to the Syracuse Airport Wednesday, as she returned to Sisters, Oregon, to spend the winter with Don and Julie. Ken Graham is home, following hospitalization in Crouse-Irving MemoriaL It was not a heart at- tack, but pulled muscles (due to his job). Fm glad to report. Guests of Laura Strablo, who held a pizza party in honor of Hilda's Birthday were Ernie and Thehna Mcister, Mary, Ouderkirk, Leonard and Ann Strablo, Fred Learned, Art and Jessie Learned and Gladys Strablo. Mary Ouderkirk was a guest of the Maxwells Wednesday night, . Hilda Maxwcfl went with the Senior Cjfixcns group on their scenery trip to RedfieJd, Osceola, BoonviBe, then to Rome where they stopped for lunch, men back to Camden and Sandy Creek. Reports are die colors were just beautifuL Sunday guests of the Maxwells were-Mr. and Mrs.James Youker, Kurt and Alan; Gary and Cora Maxwefi, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Soufe, Chere, Trad and Ten who was home to crown the new SCCS Homecoming Queen, Heidi Learned. Traci and Kurt stayed with \Gram and Gramp\. Aimee Maxwell and friend Nkk from North Syracuse were Monday luncheon gaests of Hilda and . Percy Maxwcfl. Bob Fravor, who is enjoying a ten-day vacation from the Post Office is bosy remodehng Trevor's room. Joanne Moxam was a guest of honor at a dinner party on Saturday night at North Syracuse for her I9th birthday. The menu planned by Joanne and prepared by her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Moxam. Attending were her sister Janice Moxam and Michael KinseSa, Michael Del Baso, grandmother Mrs. Gladys Clark and Dottle Moxam, Aunt Esther White and son Bill. After the defickws dinner, Joanne received many beautiful gifts. Mrs. Alberta Bacon called on Dottie Moxam and together they catted on Lucy Plummer in Redfield, who was celebrating her 95thbirthday. Callers on the Masters were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eflis of Liverpool. After dinner, they enjoyed a trip to tbe Fish Hatchery in Ahraar. Jim and Betty Archer, Lee and Mill Jones,. Mrs. Lritba Borland - were Monday'diniwr-guests of Thehna and Ernie Meister. tirnie later showed colored slides of their trip out west. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sullivan of Copenhagen were luncheon guests of the Meisters on Tuesday. They all enjoyed going out for dinner, and returned to the Meisters for some serious card playing. The Meisters were in Syracuse on business, Wednesday. Mary Ann Burda and I joined Laura Taplin and Elene Scotnicki at Donna's for lunch on Wed- nesday. Laura and Elene are going to Atlantic City with me on November 10 and 11. Sue and I were shopping in Syracuse on Saturday and later with Leon and Bill Smith we en- joyed dinner at the Central Hotel. This was the Hotel's last night serving dinner until May L They will be featuring live bands on Wednesdays and weekends. They will, however, be serving pizzas. Does Pulaski need a movie theater? I'd say \Yes\. Sue and I went to see \Sweet Dreams\; the Patsy Kline story. Sitting behind us were Jim and Marion DSlabough and in front were Judy and Carl Cummings. They now have eight cinemas in Watertown. Jim and Marion Dillabough enjoyed a three-day weekend. On Saturday, they drove jto see the beautiful foliage in the Utica area and visited a large malL On Sunday they, enjoyed the.pretty colors' hear Wateriovta'where Ih&y saw the movie and oh Monday a ride to Oswego, Fulton area, through Auburn, next to Cortland and back through Syracuse, to see the leaves at their peak. Happy Second Anniversary to Don and Sharon Peston who celebrate it on October 22; and Happy Birthday to Sharon on October 26. Sue Crandall enjoyed Monday off from work, so she and I were at Oswego at 7:30 a-m. to pick up grandson Jamie and we went to Syracuse. Jamie helped me take money to Trauways for our Atlantic City trip on November 16. Then we stopped to see his other grandparents, Don and FJenore Cupoh' and his Aunt Patty. Then at Jam's and had 'the-iPonderosa. How I RZffiCb^SL enjoyedlJauue! He visited every inijttttJeW\ ^e talked about ever\yffiting? from robots to Halloween Every grandparent shoutdjfike each grandchild, one at altfimsjpf course. Jamie's Aunt Sue w&jrliips the ground he walks on. He never teased for one thing. We had one great day with him. When we got to his house, David arrived from his babysitter, so we loaded him in and we went to Nine Mile Point to pick up Grandpa Leon, so the boys could see hint Later, Sue attended the W.R.C. meeting at Hilda Maxwells. Me, I went to bed. Elise Vesser and sister, Pat, have returned to West Palm Beach, Florida for ike winter. Betty Carr and four other members from the TOPS of Pulaski attended the TOPS Rally in Fulton. Sandy Pond welcomes Peggy Raymond of Oswego who has started a \Bed and Breakfast\ business on Ouderkirk Road. She runs the business under the naine. \Peggy's Place\. South Pond Inn. Retired teachers from the Pulaski Academy and Central SchooLDistrict were guests of honor at the monthly meeting of the ADK Sorority^ They are {fi-cgift, from left ta right: Veronica Glover* Billie Richardson, Miriam Wood, Louise Smith. In the-backfire.-Joan Wetherby, Dorothy Deans, Dorothy Wolnor, Carol Warner, Darlene Adydan, Patricia Manwaring and Rhea LaVeck. The sixth grade Select Chorus, under the direction of Roland Felio, and accompanied by Brian Rurey, entertained by singing some old favorites for the teachers. Holds Meetings For Farmers Agricultural Districts in the towns of Granby, Hannibal, Oswego, Minetto, Scriba, Mexico, New Haven, Parish, Richland, Con- stantia and West Monroe have expired their eight-year contract. Oswego County Cooperative Extension and the Oswego County Itural District Advisory ittee are sponsoring sign-up meetings In 1971, the New York State Agricultural District law went into effect. Farmers sign up their land and petition Oswego County Legislature for it to be classified agricultural. This means normal agricultural activity cannot be denied or hampered. Additionally, special benefit districts such as water, sewer or lights can only4>e assessed against the house and not the entire farm. Also, where tax assessment is higher than agricultural value, an exemption can be applied for. The purpose is to promote agriculture, New York State's Number One industry. This law helps\ farmers near large, expanding metropolitan areas. Since 1971, farmer-landowners have signed up over 85,009 acres. Benefits for farmers has not been significant since inception. One reason for this is because assessment on land is generally lower than the agricultural ceiling. Also, developing in Oswego County has not interfered with agricultural production. But, no one knows- the future. An Agricultural District must be in place before problems start, It takes one-year minimum to go through all the steps for an ap- proved district.. To sign up, attend the meeting for your town listed below. Sign-ups start at 7:30 p.m. and will end about 9:30 p.m. Sign-up for Richland will be held November 6, at the Snow Memorial Building, Pulaski. For Mexico, New Haven, Parish, the date is November 8, at Cooperative Extension Office, Mexico. If more information is needed, contact Francis Deilamano, Cooperative Extension, 963-7286. Area Service News Private First Class Norman B. Cobb, son of Bruce S. and Paula F. Cobb of Rural Route 2, MannsvUle, has - complied the manual dial central office repair course at the U.S. Army Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga. The course provides instruction for soldiers to operate, install, maintain and repair manual and automatic voice switching telephone equipment. During the 38 weeks of training, soldiers also received instructior on tactical and fixed planjf telephone central office equipment used in military and civ telephone exchanges. His wife, Tina, is the daughter of\ Richard and Theresa Kohl of Adams Center. He is a 1980 graduate of Belleville Central High School. .

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