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Oneonta, New York
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Monday, August 24, 1964
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14 OneontaStar Monday, Aug. 24, 1964 T /~^~t A 1 "I T H /"^"I · /^ -- A ^r^.--r~ Jersey Lhosen All Breed Champion Low Area Obituaries J r Sirs. Minnie R. Cobb WALTON -- Mrs. Minnie E. Cobb, 60, of 86 Liberty Street, a native of Spring Brook and for 22 years a resident of Walton, died Saturday, August 22, at Delaware Valley Hospital, following a year's illness. Funeral sen-ices will be conducted at 3 p.m., Tuesday, August 25, at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Walton, with the Rev. Clair Nelson, pas- lor, assisted by Rev. Grant Cornelius, officiating. Burial will be in Walton. Mrs. Cobb was bom January 20, 1904 at Spring Brook, a daughter of Edgar and Ida (Gavett) Tremain. She was married to Elbridge S. Cobb on December 14, 1927 at Liberty. A housewife, Mrs. Cobb had resided at 86 Liberty Street for the past 22 years. She attended the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Walton. Surviving are her husband; four daughters, Mrs. Rose Paul and Miss Beulah Cobb, Walton; Mrs. Violet Cornelius, Gadston, Ala., and Mrs. Pansy Peck, Medina; a son, Elbridge V. Cobb, Sidney; her mother, Mrs. Ida Tremain, Walton; two brothers, Percy Tremain, Roscoe, and Charles Tremain, Livingston Manor; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Lobdell, Greene, and eight grandchildren. Friends may call at Lyon Brothers Chapel from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., Monday. Mrs. Marion Vollz MARIETTA -- Mrs. Marion Volz, 75, formerly of Gilbertsville, New York, died August 21, at the Lakeview Nursing Home in Skaneateles where she had been a patient for several months. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. today in Lester Morris Funeral Home, Marcellus. She was born March 13, 1889, Jhe daughter of Jewett and Emma Harrington. She was married to the Rev. Charles Volz in 1910 in Gilbert sville. Her husband died in 1960. She is survived by a son, Charles Volz Jr. of Marietta; two daughters, Mrs. Marc Chacona of Daytona Beach, Fla. and Mrs. Jeanne O'Shaughnessy of Syracuse; three grandchildren, Marc Chacona 2nd, Todd Chacona, and David O'Shaughnessy; and one brother, Charles Harrington of Gilberlsville; a nephew, James Aldrich of Amsterdam and a niece, Mrs. Dorothy O'Hara of New York City. Paul Van Bureii WALTON -- Paul VanBuren, 48, of Woodlawn, Walton RD 3, died Saturday, August 22, at Delaware Valley Hospital, following an illness of several months. Funeral services will be conducted at 1 p.m., Tuesday, August 25, in Lyon Bros. Chapel, Walton, with the Rev. Reginald D. Avery. pastor of thr First Congregational church, officiating. Burial will be in Walton. Mr. VanBuren was born July 8, 1916 at Schipluiden, Holland, a son of Martin and Machlolrl (Vreugdcnhil) Van Burro. HP married Barbara Seymour on August 22, 1943 al Norlhficld. A farmer, Mr. VanBuren had been a resident of Die Walton area for the past 30 years. He was a member of the Walton United Presbyterian church. Surviving are his wife; two sons, David and Curtis, a daughter, Jean; his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Martin VanBuren and two brothers, John and Edgar, all of Walton, and a sister. Mrs. Jessie Mogridge, Hamdpn. Friends may call at Lyon Brothers Chapel from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., Monday. Floytl Trnsk COOPERSTOWN -- Fl oy cl Trask, 82, a residcnl of the Otsego County Home for the past 23 years, died Saturday August 22 in Bassett Hospital, ·where he had been a patient for one week. Funeral services will lie til 1 p.m. August 25 at Ingalls Funeral Home, Cooperslown, Ihe Rev. James Miller, paslor of Ihe Cooperslown Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in McGown Cemetery, Maryland. He was born Oct. 19, 1881 in Burlinglon, son of Benjamin and Jennie (Colgrovc) Trask. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Charles Jennings of Coop- erslown, Mrs. Hazel Sobal and Miss Eva Trask both of Oneon- la; two brothers, Charles Trask of Richfield Springs, and Everett Trask of Selkirk; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the funeral home at Iheir convenience after nuon Monday. The family will be in attendance from 7 to 9 p.m. Ernest Biirdick COOPERSTOWN -- Ernest Burdick, 84, died Sunday at Ihe Clara Welch Thanksgiving Home, Cooperslown. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Tillapaugh Funeral Home, Cooperslown. WALTON - The fine Jersey Cow shown by Ralph Taylor of Walton last week was acclaimed grand champion female of all breeds in dairy catlle open class judges al Delaware Counly Fair here. Breed g r a n d champions crowned by show judges Duncan Bellenger and Ray Briggs were cnlered by: Ayrshire: Mary Ellen Scud- dor; reserve, Bruce Georgia. Brown Swiss: Roberl Tyler; reserve, Robert Tyler. Guernsey: Douglas Thomson; reserve, Douglas Thomson. Holslein: Plankenhorn and Orion; reserve, David Jackson. Jersey: Ralph Taylor; re- servo, Burton Rich. SENIOR CHAMPIONS Oilier champions shown were entered as follows: Mrs. Dcna E. Davidson COOPERSTOWN -- Mrs. Dena E. Davidson, 86, a resident of Utica for Die past 10 years, died Saturday August 22 Victory Markets in Utica following a short ill- J ness. Funeral services will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Ingalls Funeral Home Cooperstown. The Rev. Harold J. Saxton, pastor of the Edmcslon Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Hie Fly Creek Cemetery. She was born September 17, 1877 in Hartwick, daughter of Sanford and Elizabeth (Donaldson) Ellsworth. She was married to Andrew Davidson Oct. 27, 1908 in Cooperslown, where they resided until his death Sept. 18, 1954. She has since made her home in Utica. At the age of 16 she became a schoolteacher and taught in several rural schools in the vicinity of Hartwick. In Coop- erslown she was active in the Methodist Church and the Red Cross. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Guy Francis of Hartwick; three nephews Charles Ellsworth of Cooperslown, Gerald Francis of Oneonla, Reginald Francis of Whitesboro; several cousins, nieces, and grand nephews. Friends may call at Ingalls Funeral Home at their convenience after noon Tuesday. Gives Dividend Directors of the Victory Markets Inc., meeting August 14, declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of 20 cents per share on its stock; payable September 15, lo stockholders of record of September 1. The regular quarterly dividend for the same period of 1963 was 15 cents per share. Charles A. Smith, chairman of the board and treasurer, reported a substantial increase in net profits over the same period of 1963. Funeral Notices DAVIDSON -- Mrs. Dena E. 86, of Utica. August 22. Fun- ral services will be at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday August 26, in Ingalls Funeral Home, Coo- perslown. Burial in Fly Creek. Friends may call at Ingalls Funeral Home after noon Tuesday. TRASK -- Floyd, 82, of Phoenix Mills, August 22, in Cooper- slown. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m., Tuesday August 25 in Ingalls Funeral Home, Cooperslown. Burial in Me- Gown Cemetery, Maryland. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Monday. The family will be in alien- dance from 7 lo 9 p.m. COBB -- Mrs. Minnie E., 60, of 86 Liberly Street, Walton, Sat. Aug. 22 in Delaware Valley Hospital, Walton. Funeral services at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25 in Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Walton. Burial in Walton Cemetery. Friends may call at Lyon Brothers Chapel from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. VAN BUREN - Paul, 48 of R0 3, Walton, Aug. 22 in Delaware Valley Hospital, Walton. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25 in F i r s t Congregational church, Walton. Burial in Walton Cemetery. Friends may call nt Lyon Brothers Chapel from 2 lo 4 and 1 to 9 p.m., Monday, Ayrshire Senior Champion -Mary Ellen Scudder; Reserve Senior Champion -- Barbara Francisco. Brown Swiss Senior Champion --Robert Tyler; Reserve Senior Champion -- Robert Tyler. Guernsey Senior Champion -Douglas Thomson; Reserve Senior Champion -- Douglas Thomson. Holstein Senior Champion -Plankenhorn Orion; Reserve Senior Champion -- Malt Plankenhorn. Jersey Senior Champion Female -- Taylor; Reserve Senior Champion--Burton Rich. RIBBONS Winners in the various catlle divisions were: Ayrshire two year olds -- 1. Barbara Francisco; 2. Mary Gardepe; 3. Sally Scudder; 4. Linda Georgia. Brown Swiss two year olds-1. Robert D. Tyler 2. Robert D. Tyler 3. Nancy Fisher 4. Lynn Kilmer. Guernsey two year olds -- 1. Donna Seymour 2, Dolan Seymour 3. Douglas Thomson 4. Howard Maurer 5. Joseph Dent Children. Holstein two year olds -- 1. Mall Plankenhorn 2. David Jackson 3. David Orion 4. Ronald Bryden 5. Richard Gifford. Jersey two year olds -- 1. Burton Rich 2. Jeffrey McNee 3. George Rich 4. George Rich 5. Burton Rich. Ayrshire three year olds -1. Mary Ellen Scudder 2. Shirley Gardepe 3. Gail Georgia 4. Barbara Francisco. Brown Swiss three year olds -- 1. Robert D. Tyler 2. Rich- ard Blackman 3. Nancy Fisher 4. Lynn Kilmer 5. Richard Blackman. Guernsey Ihree year olds -1. Douglas Thomson 2. Joseph Dent 3. Douglas Thomson 4. Joseph Dent. Holstein three year olds -1. Matt Plankenhorn 2. Plankenhorn Orton 3. Barry Hulbert 4. Mervin Conklin 5. Patsy Gifford. Jersey three year olds -- 1. Burton Rich 2. Susan McNee 3. George Rich 4. Burton Rich. Ayrshire four year olds -- 1. Shirley Gardepe. Brown Swiss four year olds -- 1. Robert Fisher 2. Robert Tyler. Guernsey four year olds -1. Douglas Thomson 2. Joseph Dent. Holstein four year olds -- 1. Submerged Obstruction 6 Escape as Boat Sinks Six persons escaped a possible tragedy on Goodyear Lake Sunday aflernoon when the boat in which they were riding struck a submerged object and sank near Colliersville Dam. Lee Todd, owner and operator of the 20-foot day cruiser said lie was approximately in the middle of the lake in front of the dam when he slruck a submerged object which lore a hole in Ihe boltom of Ihe boat "half as big as a wash tub." Mr. Todd said he headed for shore and was about 25 to 30 feet from land when the boat sank in 20 feet of water. On board al Ihe time of the accident were Mr. and Mrs. Todd and their son, Thomas, 10; Mr. and Mrs. John Telaska and daughter, Katherine, 16, of Endicott. Mr. Todd said the boat carried alt necessary safety equipment and all were able to swim to shore. The boat was retrieved later in the day. Mr. Todd said several men nearby aided him in bringing the boat to shore. "We were able lo gel a hold of Ihe bow line. We hauled it on shore and winched it onto a trailer," he said.. Mr. Todd said Robert Toombs of Goodyear Lake, used diving equipment lo relrieve articles lost from the boat when it sank. "He got everything but one walch," Mr. Todd reported. Three Injured In Collision MARGARETVILLE -- Three persons sustained minor personal injuries al 5:30 p.m. Friday in a Iwo car collision at the intersection of Routes 30 and 206 at Downsville, according to Slate Police from Margaretville. The injured were identified as George Lechner, 41, Peeksville, a pain in the left shoulder; a passenger in Ihe vehicle driven by Mr. Lechner, identified as Joseph Conklin, 42, of Corbett, a laceraled knee and forehead, and Ihe operator of Ihe olher, vehicle, Marilyn Rusinko, 19, of Yonkcrs, who received a split upper lip. Lechner was arrested for failure to yield right of way and is to appear before Justice of the Peace W. W. Baldwin of Downsville. Trooper Clifford Bramley investigated. Sponsor Circus MILFORD -- Milford Volunteer Fire Department is sponsoring the Beers - Barnes Circus on August 26. Two performances are scheduled, at 2 and 8 p.m. In addition to a variely of acls, the circus will bring many animals to Milford that day. TO GET READY FOR THE BIG LABOR DAY WEEKEND Shop in every department for everything you need to make your holiday more fun -- at home -- camp or traveling! Shop Today 12 Noon Till 5 P.M. Shop at Bresee's on Mondays from 12 noon till 5 p.m. . . . THURSDAYS FROM 12 NOON TILL 9:15 P.M. . . . Other shopping days from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m., including Saturdays. The Health Bar opens one hour earlier than the store. it's ABC time again SHOP TODAY FOR ALL YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS CIRCLE OF BEAUTY Beauty Salon THE ^^^** .» -^--^ £urtJ^-£/* V CUT runs ravishing rings around all others! If someone wants to run his fingers through your Curly-Do-Cut . . . blame us! Our hair-cutting artists turn this tempting crest of cloud-soft curls this way or that . . . to make it the utmost just for you. Phone today for your appointment! Curly-Do-Haircut 2.00 Shampoo and Set 2.25 Charge It! Curly-Do Permanent 8 95 complete with Curly-Do-Haircut! CIRCLE OF BEAUTY Beauty Salon 2nd Floor Phone GE 2-6000 He added that he has already drained the Iwin oulboards which powered Ihe boat, dried them and has had Ihem running. Mr. Todd, who operates a boal repair service, said he will repair his craft. "But I've got 15 or 20 boats here ahead of it. This one will just have to wait," he added. Two Injured In Schoharie WARNERVILLE - Two persons were injured Sunday morning in a two car collision on Route 7, Town of Schoharie. State Police said Lucian Daigle, 19, of Hartford, Conn., was driving wesl on a downgrade when his car skidded, spun around and inlo the eastbound lane. They said the Daigle car was struck in the left side by an eastbound car operated by Ronald Siegel, 21, of Herkimer. Siegel suffered a sprained left ankle and shoulder. Judy Klinger, 19, of Binghamton, a passenger in the Siegel car, suffered lacerations of the faca and a possible concussion. Both were taken to Community Hospital in Colleskill. Daigle was ticketed for driving with unsafe tires. He pleaded guilty before Justice of the Peace Palmer Price, Town of Schoharie, and was fined $5. Bay State Man Crashes COOPERSTOWN - A Massachusetts man escaped apparent injury when his car went over an embankment coming lo a halt wedged between two trees on the East Otsego Lake Road 1.3 miles north of Coop- erslown in the Town of Middlefield at 2:25 a.m. Saturday. Thomas M. Mercer Jr., of South Byfield, was traveling north on the East Lake Road when he lost control of his car during the heavy rain, troopers said. The car left the east side of the highway, continued for 150 feet along the highway into a culvert; llien crossed the road, going over an embankment on the west side of the road. Trooper L. J. Topping, of Richfield Springs attributed the crash to speed too fast for conditions. About Us Thomas R. Post, an Oneonta High School teacher, is attending a workshop in government and politics at Cortland SUC. Three area youths have begun training at Great Lakes, El., Naval Station. They are Philip N. Koerner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Koerner, Maryland, William E. Keister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold' P. Keisler, Lower River Slreel, and Richard E. Congdon, son of Mrs. Dorothy M. Congdon, 5 East End Ave. Plankenhorn Orton 2. Cathy Gifford 3. Plankenhorn Orton 4. Bruce DuMond. Jersey four year olds -- 1. Ralph Taylor 2. Susan McNee 3. James Archibald 4. James Archibald 5. Burton Rich. Ayrshire five year olds -- 1. Lloyd Georgia 2. Cecil Francisco 3. Cold Spring Farm 4. Warren Gardepe. Brown Swiss five year olds -1. Robert D. Tvler 2. Lynn Kilmer 3. Robert Tyler. Guernsey five year olds -- 1. Douglas Thomson 2. Douglas Thomson 3. Joseph Dent. 4. Joseph Dent. Holstein five year olds -- 1. David Orion 2. Bruce DuMond 3. Mervin Conklin 4. David Johnson 5. David Orion. Jersey five year olds -- 1. I ' Burlon Rich 2. Ralph Taylor 3. James Archibald 4. Russell Maurer 5. Burton Rich. Ayrshire Dry Cow -- 1. Bruce Georgia; Brown Swiss Dry Cow -- 1. Robert Tyler; Guernsey Dry Cow -- 1. Douglas Thomson 2. Douglas Thomson 3. Joseph Dent; Holstein Dry Cow -- 1. Plankenhorn Orton 2. David Orton 3. Leland Neff 4. Pat Plankenhorn 5. Judy Young; Jersey Dry Cow -- 1. Burton Rich 2. Ralph Taylor 3. Betty Shaver. Grade Herds: Ayshire -- 1. Lloyd Georgia 2. Barbara Francisco 3. Preston Gardepe; Brown Swiss -- 1. Robert Tyler 2. Lynn Kilmer; Guernsey 1. Douglas Thomson 2. Joseph Dent 3. Joseph Dent; Holstein - 1. David Orton 2. Matt Pat Plankenhorn 3. Mervin Conklin; Jerseys 1. Burlon Rich 2. Ralph Taylor 3. George Rich 4. Leonard Archibald. GROUP AWARDS Get Of Sire: Aryshire -- 1. Lloyd Georgia 2. Cecelia Francisco 3. Barbara Francisco 4. Cold Spring Farm; Brown Swiss -- 1. Robert Tyler 2. Lynn Kilmer; Guernsey -- 1. Douglas Thomson 2. Joseph Dent 3. Joseph Dent Family; Holstein 1. Dave Orton 2. Pat Matt Plankenhorn 3. Leland Ploutz 4. Mervin Conklin 5. Carl Hulbert; Jersey Get of Sire -- 1. Burton Rich 2. Susan McNee 3. Ralph Taylor 4. George Maurer. Produce of Dam: Ayrshire -1. Barbara Francisco, 2. Lloyd Georgia, 3. Cecelia Francisco; Brown Swiss -- 1. Robert Tyler, 2. Nancy Fisher, 3. Lynn Kilmer; Guernsey -- 1. Douglas Thomson, 2. Nolan Seymour, 3. Joseph Dent; Holstein -- 1. Cathy and Patsy Gifford, 2. David Orton, 3. Mervin Conklin, 4. Pat Plankenhorn, 5. Leland Ploutz; Jerseys -- 1. Ralph Taylor, 2. Susan McNee. 3. Jeffrey McNee. 4. Burlon Rich, 5. George Maurer. Best Three Females: Ayr-i shire -- 1. Rivcr-By Farm,'2, Lloyd Georgia, 3. Barbara Fran- Cisco; Brown Swish -- 1. Robert Tyler, 2. Nancy Fisher, 3. Richard Blackman; Guernsey--. 1. Douglas Thomson, 2. Joseph Dent, 3. Joseph Dent; Ilolstein. -- 1. David Orion, 2. Calhy and Palsy Gifford, 3. Mervin Conklin, 4. River-del Farm, 5. Les land Ploulz; Jerseys -- 1. Bur- Ion Rich, 2. Ralph Taylor, 3. Jeffrey McNee, 4. George Rich, 5. Leonard Archibald. Cow in Milk Judged on Udder Alone: Ayrshire -- 1. Mary Ellen Scudder, 2. Barbara Fran* Cisco, 3. Lloyd Georgia, 4. Mary Gardepe; Brown Swiss -- 1. Robers Tyler, 2. Robert Tyler; Guernsey -- 1. Douglas Thorn-, son, 2. Joseph Dent, 3. Douglas Thomson, 4. Joseph Dent; Holstein -- 1. David Otton, 2. Mer-i vin Conklin, 3. Barry Hulbert, 4. Roberl McNee, 5. Jim Archibald. Dam and Daughler: Ayrshire. -- 1. Shirley Gardepe, 2. Lloyd Georgia; Srown Swiss -- 1. Roberl Tyler, 2. Robert Fisher, 3, Nnacy Fisher; Guernsey -- It, Douglas Thomson, 2. Joseph Dent, 3. Joseph Dent; Holstein -- 1. David Orton, 2. Mervin. Conglin, 3. Cathy Gifford, 4. Pat Plankenhorn, 5. Leland Neff;' Jerseys -- 1. Burton Rich, 2. Susan McNee, 3. George Rich,' 4. Rlaph Taylor, 5. George Maurer. Type and Production: 1. Ralph Taylor, 2. Mervin Conklni, 3. David Johnson, 4. David Orton, 5. David Orton. Best A.B.S. Female -- Ralph Taylor. BARRE GUILD MONUMENTS MAUSOLEUMS MARKERS SEE ""-""·" ED JOHNSTON GE 2-6994 9 CHESTER STREET ONEONTA, N. Y. Playtex* Girdle ( 2°° off Mold 'N Hold Girdles and Panty Girdles reg. $6.95 now only Magic Controller Panty Girdles reg. $9.95 now only For a limited time only nationally advertised Playtex Girdles and Panty Girdles at exciting savings of $2.00. They all feature finger-tip panels that control your tummy. Imagine cloth lined Playtex Panty Girdles with a soft, cool lining for as low as S7.95. Sale expires October 24; hurry before stocks are depleted. · Playtex Mold 'N Hold® Girdles and Panty Girdles. Reg. $6.95 now §4.95 · Playtex Mold 'N Hold® Zipper Girdles. Reg. 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