Aunt Florence had a camp on Panther Lake, was an Army Cook.
26. a n - MR.'AND MRS. EDWARD P. HOPPE of PHtsford left Saturday for Sao Paulo, Brazil, Brazil, where they will make their home for the next two years. Former residents . of this area, Mr. Hoppe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoppe of Minoa and Mrs. Iloppe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Krafft of Kirkville. Mr. Hoppe will be connected with international finance at the Eastman Kodak Kodak office in Brazil and Mrs. Hoppe has accepted a position with the American School in Sao Paulo. * FORMER HEAD of the harp department at Syracuse University School of Music, Mrs. Robert F. (Grace Weymer) Weymer) Follet arrived frohi her San Clertiente home in California California to visit her brother, her sister, Mrs. Margaret Bair of the Rugby Apartments, Apartments, may take a motor across the country during July. Miss Gero is looking forward to visiting many friends whom she has not seen since days when she an Army cook in Colorado Spring more than 20 years ago. Many of these friends now live in Wisconsin, one the first scheduled stops on her tour. MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND D. LOBDELL of Baldwinsville celebrated their 50th wedding Â£::niversary recently with an open house, hosted by their daughter, Mrs. Earl Olley Marietta and their three grandchildren. Â· MISS SHEILA MINER, a recent graduate of Robert E. Lee School in Montgomery,