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Howardville Happenings By Mrs. Donald Wiltse Monday, April 4,1988 — Banner Times — Page 7 Program Offers Summer Employment Dugway United Methodist Church services, 9:15 a.m.; Sunday School 10:15 a.m. There were approximately 83 present for Palm Sunday services at Dugway. The Sunday School children sang and many of the parents came as well. How nice to see so many out Methodist Teenage Fellowship meets at Bristols' on Sundays at 6 p.m. Bible Study meets at Bristols' on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 10, 4 to 7 p.m., is a Celebration of Holy Communion and Restoration Service at the Bethany United Methodist Church in Watertown. Wednesday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m., the Dugway Council Board will meet. | Amboy Center United Methodist Church services 10:30 a.m. Bible Study meets Mondays at 7 p.m. in homes. It was held at Lucille Dunn's on March 28 with eight present. Congregational and Administrative Boards met at Verna and Stanley Skinner's on Sunday evening, March 27 with nine present. MYF will meet at Amboy Center on the second Sunday, April 10~due to Easter being on the first Sunday of the month. Amboy Center UMW will meet at the home of Mrs. Glenn Turk with Mrs. Cole assisting on Tuesday, April 19 at 1 p.m. ^ A nursery will be provided at Amboy Center during the church service and Sunday School will be held at 9:30 a.m. There will be two classes for youngsters and Alice Ryan will lead an Adult Bible Study. This is to encourage parents to bring their children to Sunday School and to stay for the adult study and church. Friday, April 15,5:30 p.m., the MYF will have a covered- dish supper. Public is invited. Price - donation. This is to benefit their recreation project. The symbol of the \Palm Branch\ was placed on the banner on Sunday at Amboy Center with Sarah Skinner, Flora Willis and Lucille Dunn participating. Correction on the names of those participating in the symbol the previous Sunday. It should have been Margaret. Hans and Barry Leemann. Mrs. Robert Steinfeld told me she had been in the hospital since the last time 1 talked to her. She returned to work on March 28 af^er having been home for two weeks recuperating. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Steinfeld and three boys visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steinfeld and Jim, Sue and the four girls Saturday night. Jack Steinfeld, Mrs. Pat Tanguma, Tom Steinfield and Carl Stenfield were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steinfeld and Jim.\Sue and girls. Randy Bennett was out Thursday for his mother and father's anniversary and brought them abouquet of roses. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bennett had supper at the Golden Fish for their anniversary. Mrs. Ruth Bailey and grandson, and Donald Ahern of Kasoag were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Priest and the usual visitors around here have also been in during the week. Mrs. Priest said she had a letter from her daughter, Mrs. Darwin Cole of Tennessee and she is improving from her suigery. Mrs. Priest said she had gotten out of \hibernation\ and had gone shop- ping a couple of times during the week. Mr. arid Mrs. Edward Upton were Sunday d ; nner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Upton and children at Geneva for the birthdays of Lola Upton and Mark Upton which were in March. Amy Duegaw left Saturday for her home in Kansas after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nash and family for a week. While she was here they all went to Chuck-E-Cheese. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Jackson of Oceanside. Calif., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jackson and family for a week. Lon has re-enlisted in the Marines for another six years. Lon has been gone from California for the last several months and has been in the Persian Gulf, Iran, Iraq, Saudia Arabia. Spain and the Philippines. Lon and his wife visited us Thursday night. I guess we hadn't seen him in about six years. We were surely glad to see him and to meet his wife. Mike* Alaina and Michael LaPoint came out Saturday and worked in the woods. Bob Brown and Gail Pierce visited us in the afternoon, also this past week two of my flHF ICE CREAM CAKES \Ton mm LOT* Of Daily Sp»ciab\| \TAKE OBT - OR EAT HERE!\ ,7394 Port Street,Pulaski (opposite P&C Market) PHONE 298-2222 former Cub Scouts visited me, Lon and Bob. That makes me feel a little old. Bob and Gail also visited Lon Jackson and his family. BROWN-PIERCE Mr. and Mrs: Charles R. Pierce of Constantia and Mrs. Thelma F.Brown of Liverpool announce the engagement of their children, Gail Elizabeth Pierce to Robert J. Brown, both of Mattydale. Mr. Brown is also the son of the late Clarence R. Brown. Miss Pierce is a graduate of Central Square High School and Mr. Brown attended Altmar- Parish-Williamstown Central School. Miss Pierce is employed by Honestly Hair and Mr. Brown is employed by Joseph's Ice Cream. The wedding will take place on October 22 in St. Bernadette's Catholic Church in Constantia. The Browns were our next-door neighbors for 17 years before moving to Liverpool. Birthdays: April 6, Kathy Bristol; April 8, Milo Warren; April 9, Nina Taylor, Spike Priest; April 10, Erika Jo Sims; April 14, Lena Jacobson — 92nd. Anniversaries: April 11, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Priest; April 16, Mr. and Mrs. Michael LaPoinL Grangers List Month's Events Oswego County Grangers will meet at8 p.m., Saturday, April 9, for a Tri-County Grange Group gathering at the Sandy Creek Grange Hall. Grangers from Oneida and Lewis Counties will be present. On Monday, April 11, the Grange Membership Com- mittee will meet in the Pulaski Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Fred Bolio, state grange gatekeeper, will address the Auxiliary To Meet The next meeting of the Oswego County American Legion Auxiliary will be held at the Stone-Davis Post Home, Mexico, on Wednes- day, April 6, at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Frances Chambers presiding. group. All Grange members are invited to attend. Wallpaper, Electrical, Paint, Carpentry, Plumbing E.L. Haynes HandyMan Service Small Jobs a Specially 7226 Port St., Pulaski (315)298-2258 Who said salt-free has to be bland? Add NoSalt * t to your f orecoe ftoo«<« HoS*r P0to36?C -na7NoreWiltwetini Four hundred youths will work this summer as recrea- tion counselors teacher aides, conservation workers, typists, and in a variety of other positions through the Summer Youth Employ- ment Program sponsored by the Oswego County Depart- ment of Employment and Training. The program provides jobs at public and non-profit agencies in Oswego County from June 27 through Aug. 19. According Nancy Bellow, deputy director of the Department of Employment and Training, the youths will work 30 hours per week, earning $3.75 per hour. Youths age 14 to 21 who are considered economically disadvantaged according to federal guidelines are eli- gible for the program. Jobs will be available in all school districts in the county. \The purpose of the Summer Youth Employment Program is to provide eco- nomically disadvantaged youths with an opportunity to increase their employ- ment potential, and develop positive work habits, while earning a summer income,\ said Bellow. \Participants will also attend workshops to give them an ideaxrf occu- pational and career oppor- tunities, and build on their basic job readiness skills.** The summer jobs include groundskeepers, custo- dians, kitchen aides, day camp counselors, conserva- tion workers, clerical and maintenance workers, and child care aides. Applications for the Summer Youth Employment Program are available at all school guidance offices and through the Department of Employment and Training, 200 N. Second St, Fulton. 13069, phone 598-1280. For more information, contact a school guidance counselor or the department of employment and training. flegu.w* Seasoned Instead of salt. 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