8 Oi*.go, N Y. Mtn,, Ntv, 14, I J 6 0 T H E PALLADIUM-TIMES FULTON FRANCIS HARTNETT, Correspondent GLEN H. STODDARD, Circulation South First St. Phone LY 2-6303 Boys Admit They Mo-Round Buck i j j DI .L. Has Been Stolen Invaded Blocks On W. Broadway FULTON -- Several boys, ranging in age from 12 years upward, were being questioned Monday in a cont.num? jnvesti- gation into entries at two buildings m the West Side business area during the weekend FULTON -- An eight-point 140-lb buck \vas missing today and was being sought by police i authorities. John Phelps of Witaker Rd. told police the buck had been left hanging in the rear of the Reynolds boat l.\ery in N. First St. and that Sunday morning it was missing. Patrolman Walter Hanlon. The probe \\as launched aft- \ v ho investigated, said he found er Chester Dlugozima informed evidence the buck had been Patrolman Robert Somers S u n - , dragged some distance to the ' north-south arterial and then apparently loaded into a car. day that an entr had been made m'o his third floor apartment at 118 W. Broadway. Patrolman Francis D o y l e and Donald Gardner, who m- \esugated. *aid the interior of the apartment was a mess. They said lurmture had been broken and tossed about and jars tossed from a rear third floor window to an alleyway. While conducting this investigation, the officers discovered the Carpenter's Union hall, op- postte the Dlugozima building, also had been broken into and bottles and other articles strewn about. The officers said they got admissions from some of the youths with others to be questioned today. Heavy Damage In Restaurant Fire FULTON -- The interior of the dining portion of the one- story Cosmo restaurant building at 7 N. First St., was badly wrecked by fire, smoke and water at 4:30 a. m. Monday. Firemen, summoned by a passing motorist, were at the scene an hour and a half, and used two inch and a half lines to halt the blaze. Fire officials said the fire appeared to have started in a booth in the dining room and then spread to other portions of the room and the side-walls. The restaurant is operated by Joseph Viscome. Although no official estimate of the darn- age was given, it is expected to run into several hundreds of dollars. Youths Ransack Vacant House FULTON --Four bos ranging in age from 6 to 14 years were reported to have admitted being implicated in the damage to a vacant Second ward residence and barn during the past few days, investigating police reported during the weekend. Patrolman Francis Dowle said 11 windows had been shattered in the home owned by Mrs. Timothy Hayes of Mattydale and located at 809 W. First St. He said the barn also had been entered and damage caused. Doyle said he talked with the parents of the boys and that some had promised restitution. Costs of repairs were placed at $75 by the owner, the officer reported. Sealright Girls Lead in Bowling FULTON--First place in the team event in the annual tourney sponsored by the Fulton Women's Bowling Association during the weekend went to the Tabettes of the Sealright Office Girls league. The Tabettes chalked up a total score of 2,666 and later will be presented a trophy and $50. Members of the winning squad include Loesa Clark, captain; Ann Hansen, Sheila Prashaw, Carrie Sackett and Julie Sheldon. A total of 64 teams participated in the event. Other top teams included Ward-Winchell 2657, Seal Queens 2,637, Matties 2636, Oots and Berumda Kids 2634 each; Prowdas 2630, Triangle 2621, O'Keefes 2612, Seneca Hill 2611, Dashing Belles 2603 and Loveland 2599. Singles and doubles in the tourney are slated for the coming weekend at the Seal- right alleys. VISIT ARMSTRONG PLANT FULTON A visit was Scientist Will Lecture Friday FULTON Gertrude E. made recently to the Armstrong Cork Co. plant by 30 members of the Central New York Chapter of the Society for Advancement of Management. T. G. Engell was in charge of a seminar with Peter Dinos leading the case discussion. W. F. Mitchell, plant manager. welcomed the guests and P. R. Furlow, personnel manager, described plant processes and products. Guides for the tour were Mr. Engell, E. P. Brown and R. H. Sheldon. A d:nner was served at the Chamber of Commerce. Velsuth of Flint, Mich., will give a lecture on Christian Science in the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Friday at 8 p. m. Mrs. Velguth. who is on extensive tour, will take for her topic, "Christian Science -Soul's Restorative Power Revealed " The lecturer is a member of the Christian Science board of lectureship and is a native of Gary, Ind. She s graduated from the Conservatory of Music at Eastern Michigan College and studied later at Michigan State University and the Flint Institute of Arts. She resigned her position as chairman of the Â·arts department at Northern high school, Flint, in 1945. GRANGE SUPPER FULTON -- Lower Oswego Falls grange will .sponsor a covered dish supper at 6:30 p m. j Saturday. Mrs. Belvah Howard PLANNING BOARD MEETS i and Mrs. Pearl Wettering are DETECTIVE TO TELL OF SCOUT JAMBOREE FULTON -- Det. Eugene Thompson will show slides and discuss the trip of Fulton Boy Scouts to the scout jamboree this past summer at a meeting of Oak street PTA Wednesday night in St. Michael's Club. A family covered dish supper at 6 p. m. will precede the meeting and program. I Irs. Clarence Parish and Mrs. Dominick Santora are co-chairmen in charge of arrangements. MISSING BOY SAFE FULTON -- Absent from his home se\ eral hours Sunday, Adolph Heppell Jr., 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heppell of 465 S. Fifth St, returned while a police hunt was in progress. Mr. Heppell reported his son missing after a private search failed to reveal trace of the youngster. DISTRICT DEPUTY TO VISIT ELKS IN FULTON FULTON -- Eugene Cress of Herkimer, district deputy, will pay an official visit to the Fulton Lodge of Elks Thursday night. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m., followed by a meeting at 8:15 p. m , when a class of candidates will be initiated. Along with Oswego and Syracuse. Fulton this \ear has been moved into the Cen- High Scores For Fulton Bowling League Members FULTON -- Scatter Pins swept four points from Triple six with BIM, Untouchables, Whirlybirds and Satellites winning three from Sixsports Comets, Lastones and Gutter- balls in the Sunday Mixed bowling league. The high bowlers were: J. Simons 599, B. Smith 532, L. Miller 531, J. Chalefoux 529, G. Beckwith 517, M. Merritt 516, F. Gareau 505, D. Guyer 482, F. Shortsleeve 480, M. White 480, A. Jackson 476, C. Rutledge 475, S. Todd 470. M'. Smith 463, B. Coe 457, E. Barrows 456, K. Wardhaugh 456, H. Roe 454, D. Baldwin 454, K. Merritt 451, L. Van Buren 450, R. Bresnahan 448, H. Durant 447, R. Patrick 445, M. Wood 442, R. Pierce 441, L. Hammond 438, L. Todd 438, S. Lighthall 436, R. Perry 433, M. Bresnahan 426, E. Guyer 425, W. Hammond 421, G. Stowell 421, T. Pittsley 418, D. Miller 415, B. Pearce 409, G. Yager 405. In the Men's Friday loop, Joadels, Hargraves and Rom- anicks each won four points from Seneca Hill, IAAC and Cottage with Pathfinder, ABC, Fruce taking three from Perkins, Machine and Dairy and Cole and Patriot splitting four points. Top bowlers were B. Hutchin 624, F. X'escio 593. J. Potac- nak 581, A. Godici 581, J. Julian 575, R. Guiffrida 575, W. Pratt 573, J. Metevier 558, P. Harmon 573, J. Metevier 558 H. Walker 547, J. Tetro 543. A. White 539, J. Ryan 536. S. Mezzullo 530, E Ukleja 529, M. Romanick 522, D. Yager 508, N. Pusso 507, T. Conti 507, R. Paige 500, D. Doran 500, R. Trapasso 499, T. Hracy 496, J. Czenak 494, R. Duda 490, T . Penkala 490, W. Tracz 490, M. Vella 490. T. Gample 490, C. Ridall 490, S. Gamble 485, K. Richards 484, R. Curcuruto 483, T. LaDuca 480, H. Blasczienski 476. L. VanGorder 476, J. VanGorder 474, J. Dickquist 469, T. Froio 467. A. Curcuruto 461, P. Hammond 461, K. Warne 460, L. Fancher 460. E Parker 460. R. Coe 459, R. Young 459, M. Firenze 457. C. Spaulding 455, A. Williamson 454, E. Kesler 452. R. Phillips 450. Leotta took two and a half games from Kays with Wells. Certified and Bruce winning two from McCormicks, B A. Rosalee, Matt and June and Marys in the Business girls league. Top bowlers were Eleanor tral district of the Elks State Hughes 438. Laura Falanga organization, which also includes Oneida, Rome, Ut.ca, Ilion, Herkimer, Little Falls and Boonville. FULTON--The regular November meeting of the municipal planning commission will be held at 7-30 n m. Monday. in charge of the supper. A regular meeting will follow- when the first and second degrees will be conferred. HEMPHILL, NOYES CO Members New York Stock Exchange As members of all principal securl- tiei exchanges, wÂ» stand ready to Â·Her you a complete Investment and brokerage service--for further Infer' nation, cat! our local Registered Representative, Mr. Tony Fedora at LY 2-M57 In Fulton, New York. Offices at 714 State Tower Building In Syracuse, Phone HA M177 Other offices in cities Coast to Coast. PROWLER ESCAPES FULTON -- Police searched unsuccessfully for a prowler in the Third ward early today after Joseph Emitario of 512 S. Second St., said a man had attempted to pry a rear storm window at his home. Emitario told Sgt. Lawrence Murphy the man fled when he was surprised by the occupant. Police serened the area but were unable to locate the prowler. ATTEND CONVENTION FULTON -- Mr. and Mrs. Ramon F. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morin and Glenn J. Streeter ha\e returned from 205, 467; Anne Hanson 198, 484: Alma Slosek 429, Virginia Bailey 401, Jean Merritt 171. 404; Anna Cozart 437. Marion Clark 417, Loic Hunt 170, 436: Mildred Glusczyk 415. Joan Miller 425, Kathleen Gates 172, 453; Jenny Koski 424, Alice Fitzgerald 401, Florence Truax 446. Patty McClellan 171, 447; Liz Try- niski 439, Muriel Minota 213, 555; Patricia Schneider 175, 514; Lois Arcadi 435, Marion Merritt 431, Mary Sumner 416, Gladys Becker 433, Marion Crook 407. Ethel Halliday 180. 481; Anna Yannes 410, Carol Stewart 425, Betty Case 400, Anna Cardinal! 411, Augusta Sereno 418, Carol Smith 422. Fulton Obituary Mrs. Hubert L. Hall FULTON--Mrs. Esther Samson Hall, 76, of 404 Schuyler St., wife of Hubert L. Hall, died Monday in Lee Memorial hospital after a long illness. Mrs. Hall was born in the town of Hannibal and had lived in Fulton 70 years. She was a member of First Congregational church, the women's auxiliary of the Fulton VFW and was a Gold Star Mother. Surviving are the husband; two daughters, Mrs. Samuel (Vivian) Story of Fulton and Mrs. Donald (Sara) Dingman of Rochester; three sons, H. Monroe Hall, William C. Hall and Richard D. Hall of Fulton; 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Mary Hall of Fulton, and a brother, William Samson of Gilberts Mills. The body has been removed to the Gardner funeral home where services will be held at a time to be announced. Fulton Funerals Walter J. Breen FULTON--Services for Walter J. Breen of 119 S. Seventh St., World War II veteran and holder of the Purple Heart, were held at 9 a. m. today in the O'Brien funeral home and at 9:30 a. m. in the Immaculate Conception church where a solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated. Rev. James Mannus of Albany, a cousin, was celebrant, with Rev. William Brown, deacon, and Rev. Eugene Yennock, sub-deacon. Rev. Frederick Lagoe and Rev. David Walker were in the sanctuary". Fathers Mannus, Brown and _Yennock were in charge of committal services at the grave in St. Mary's cemetery. An honor guard was provided by the Fulton Post, VFW, with military rites conducted at the grave in which a firing squad participated. Active bearers, all nephews of Mr. Breen. included Thomas, Francis and William Dann, William Hoyt, Robert Kimball and Robert Breen. Vicinity Obituary Philip DeWispelare CENTRAL SQUARE--Philip DeWispelare, 85, of Central Square, died Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs Anna Clark, after a long illness. He was a native of Belgium and had lived in Central Square 47 years. He was the operator of a farm until he retired in 1946. Besides his daughter, he is survhed by two sons. Henry of Hamilton and Frank DeWis- pelare of Mallory; another daughter, Mrs. Marie Clark of Detroit, Mich.; two brothers, Morris DeWispelare of Syracuse and Camiel De Wis- pelare of Rochester: two sisters, Mrs. Leonie Gabriel of Halifax, N.S., and Mrs. Ed Scheemaker of Centra* Square; 11 grandchildren. 22 great- grandchildren, one g r e a t great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 9 a. m. Tuesday at the Traub Funeral Home, Central Square, and at 9:30 a. m. in St. Michael's Church. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Central Square. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p. m. Monday at the funeral Hcrold Norton Has Top Scores Among Keglers PULASKI--The Hotel Comfort Bowlers lead the Commercial league after matches rolled at the Pulaski Bowling Center Tuesday evening with a score of 58-22. The Fulton Boiler team is in second place with a score of 54-26, followed by the Music Box with 52-28, the IGA Supermarket and the Richland Red and White Store tied at 46-34, The Altmar Hotel, Butlers Lumber, and the Pulaski Bowling Center who are tied at 44-36, Lit tiers Builders with 38-42, Jacks Restaurant and LaVecks Sunoco tied at 36-44, Cartings and Pulaski Fuel with 34-46, Pacifies Shoes with 32-48, Peters Appliances with 22-58, and Tinkers Tavern with 20-60. Harold Horton had the high single game of the evening with a 236, and high triple as well with 586. LaVecks Sunoco had the high team scores with a game of 1053 and match of 3011. Fraternal League Manwarings Pumpers held their lead in the Fraternal league after matches rolled on Thursday evening with a score of 60-28. Ye Olde Village Smithy is in second place with 53-35, followed by McCormicks Boat Works with 51-37. The Checkerboard Store. Pulaski JCs and Douglaston are tied at 48-48. and Holts Studio. Pulaski Bowling Center and Dairylea are all tied at 44-44. The Pulaski Blue Lodge has 42-46, KG Septic Service 4048. Petries Bakery 39-49. See- leys 37-51, Pulaski Lumber and Bryants tied at 36-52, and Lincoln Bank 32-56. Ernie Reuber had the high individual scores with a game of 219 and a triple of 595 Bryants had a team game of 838 and a match of 2380. PHOENIX Mr*. M. B. Fwter, Correspondent Â·10 JrffmoB St Phone OWEN-5-306* Phoenix School Teacher Is Wed PHOENIX -- Miss Elizabeth Wadlin and Richard N. Sy monds Jr., Syracuse Universit graduates, were married Sun day by the Rev. L. Wayn Dunlap in First Methodis Church, Highland. The bride is the daughter o Mrs. John F. Wedlin of High land and late Assemblyma Wadlin. The, bridegroom is th son of Mr. and Mrs. Richarc N. Symondf of Worceste: Mass. John Jay Wadlin gavt his sister in marriage. Attending were Miss Dian Hasbrouck Wadlin, the bride sister, Mrs. Donald Knepper 0 Worcester, Miss Joanne Sa garese of Highland, Miss Jo sephine Testa, Miss Susan Al beg of Rochester, Dale Mari Knepper, Donald Knepper o Worcester, David G. Cooper o Syracuse, Donald H. Davis o North Scituate, Mass., Thomas W. Hannigan of Worcester an Thomas Russell of Highland. Mrs. Symonds has been t e a c h e r at Phoenix Hig School. Her husband is Â« junio planner with Worcester Plan ning Dept. lome. Claude Pechen BIETHS AT FULTON* FULTON -- Mr and Mrs. Association. the Greenbrier, White Sulphur i Walter Webster of Martville Springs, W. Va where they at- I are parents of a girl and Mr. tended the 67th annual fall" con- | and Mrs- Donald Stoughtenger vention of the Savings Banks of 211 '2 Leitch St, are parents in Me ' of a b ,Â°Â£ born , monal hospital. A daughter was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. George Libby of Fulton RD 3 and on Saturday sons to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alfred of Fulton RD 5 and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Acker of 102 N. Sixth St. COMPLETE SPRING SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS TRAILER HITCHES INSTALLED MONRO-MATIC SHOCK ABSORBERS Lowest Prices -- 20 YEARS SERVICE -- Quality Materials FAST INSTALLATION with POWER EQUIPMENT FULTON SPRING SERVICE HOI S. Fourth St. Tel. LY 2-2301 To Reward 4-H Club Members Upwards of 300 members of (he 4-H clubs in Oswego County are expected to attend a dinner given in their honor by the Fire Relief Association of Oswego county at the Pulaski Grange Hall Wednesday evening. It is an annual affair and is ;iven by the association in appreciation of the efforts of oiub members in hunting out lire hazards and reporting same to the Fire Relief Association. In addition to providing the dinner, the association \vi\l make cash awards to clubs and individuals. The c l u b awards range from $5 to $15 while individual club members will receive a minimum of $1, some more than this amount. All of this is in appreciation for interest of 4-H members in cutting down possibilities of serious fires. Prior to the dinner a series CENTRAL SQUARE--Claude R. Pechen, 81, formerly of Cleveland, died Sunday in Watertown after a long illness. He was native of EJern- hards Bay and worked as a glass-cutter and a salesman before his retirement. He was formerly assessor for the Town of Constantia. He is survived by a son, \Vil- I ""surviving, besides her Pulaski Obituary John P. Bailey PULASKI--John P. Bailey. 77. a native of Pulaski, died Sunday at his home in Franklin Springs, Oneida county, after suffering a heart attack. He was born June 26. 1883, in Pulaski, son of Robert and Helen Middieux Bailey. He was educated in Pulaski schools. On Jan. 18, 1910, he married Alice Fitchard. She died in May 1951. Mr. Bailey was a self employed carpenter. He has resided in the vicinity of Clinton and Clark Mills since his marriage. He leaves one daughter. Mrs. Edward Swan, F r a n k l i n Springs; one son, Robert Bailey, Middletown; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild, and two nephews The funeral will be at 1:30 Wednesday from the Owens funeral home, 35 College 'St., Clinton; with the Rev. Graham Smith, pastor of the Clinton Presbyterian church, officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Hill cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home are 7 to 9 today, and 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 tomorrow. of slides will be shown on Alaska. They were takc-n by William Cheney, lormer head of the 4-H organization in Oswego county, who now is engaged in similar work in the now state. Chairman of the dinner commitlee is Barbara Mandi- Tho largost watermelon on record, J3() pounds, was grown in Arkansas. bur S. Pechen of Watertown. Services will be at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Watson Funeral Home, Central Square, the Rev. Frederick Myers of the Cleveland Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in Bernhards Bay Cemetery. Frends may call from 7 to 9 p. m. Monday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Ward Johnson PULASKI -- M r s . Bertha Moore Johnson, 52, wife of Ward Johnson, died late Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, where she had been a patient for three weeks following surgery. She had been in poor health for several years. Mrs. Johnson was born March 5, 1908 at Constantia. When a child she went to live with foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore of Camden. She was married at Camden on August 14, 1923 to Mr. Johnson. hus- Pul- Recover Vehicle Taken in Holdup Investigation was continuing today in the holdup of a Westvale man near Fulton late Friday night. State police reported that the man's car was found by Undersheriff Ray Cotton on the Honeyhill Road, three or four miles north of Route 48, Town of Granby, Saturday afternoon. Undersheriff Cotton reported that the car of William Devereaux, 24, of Westvale, Onondaga County, had been ransacked but it was abandoned undamaged with still gasoline in its tank and the keys left in it. It was found 4:27 p. m. Saturday. Trooper James McDermott, is continuing his investigation of the robbery which was reported to have taken place on the Whitaker Road near the Fulton airport between 11:15 and 11:30 p. m. Friday. Devereaux had reported that his revolver was in the car's glove compartment but laler found it at home when he reached there Saturday mom- ing, state police said. lv- oroaux is employed by the Bonoficial Finance Co., Baldi wmsville. ( band, are a son, Wallace, aski; tour daughters: Mrs. Lyle (Lillian) Davis, West Monroe; Mrs. Donald (Helen) Polster, Cicero; Mrs. James (Caroline) Session, New Hartford, Conn., and Miss Evelyn Johnson, Pulaski: Two brothers, Allen and Earl England of Mannsville; and 19 grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Taylor funeral home with the Rev. Charles Foster, pastor of the Fermvood Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Williamstown Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday from 7 to 9 p. m. 22 Masons Hear Rev. Paul Brown Sunday Morning PHOENIX -- Twenty - tw members of the Masonic fra ternity attended morning serv ice Sunday at the Methodis church where they listened t a sermon by the pastor, the Rev. Paul M. Brown. Prior t the church attendance thej had enjoyed a breakfast at the Masonic temple served unde supervision of Karlton Miller At the same time the mem bers of Evalyn Wood Court o Amaranth were attending serv ice at the Baptist church. This was in accordance with the statewide observance of Go-to Church Sunday of the Order of Amaranth. Francis Regan was success ful in bagging a 125-pound doe with a bow and arrow while hunting at Howland Island Another member of the same party got a buck weighing 17 pounds. The Phoenix Lionettes have advanced the date of their meeting to Wednesday, Dec. 7 at Bowl Inn. The 7 p. m. dinner will be followed by a Chinese auction. Members are urged to reserve this date and to attend the dinner and meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Martin of Camden were guests Sunday ir the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Morgan. Miss Geraldine Foster of Fulton spent the weekend as guest of Mrs. M. B. Foster. Mrs. Mildred Davis of the home economics department at the high school is scheduled to address the Cub Scouts of Pack 20 at their monthly pack meeting Friday night in the Cherry St. school. Mrs. Davis will discuss with the boys some of the fundamentals of good manners. Pulaski Couple Wed on Oct. 29 PULASKI--The marriage of Miss Sally Barnard to David P. Naramore was solemnized Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Methodist church, Sandy Creek, by the Rev. Kendall Scouten, pastor. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Barnard and the'bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Naramore, both of Pulaski. Their attendants were Miss Lydiarina Baker of Middletown. Pa. and New York City and Richard Naramore of Oswego. They are residing on Salina St. in this village. Basketball Game Saturday Night PULASKT--The opening basketball game for the Pulaski Central School will be held Saturday at the local gym when Mexico Central School comes here for a league game. The JV game will precede thÂ« Varsity. Other teams that Pulaski will play this year are Hannibal, Oswego Catholic, Altmar- Parish - Williamstown, Sandy Creek, Oswego High, Central Square, Phoenix and Fulton. Ceramics Artist To Address Clubs PULASKI--The Monday Historical Club will entertain the Tuesday Study Club Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harry Tollerton. Dessert will be served at 8 p. m. by the hostesses, Mrs. Charles Allen, Mrs. Edwin W. Warner, Mrs. J. L. H. Mason, and Mrs. Cameron Cox. Mrs. Lester Dewey, president will welcome the guests. A musical program will be presented by high school students. Mrs. John Long wiil introduce the guest speaker, Ruth v . 1 1 1 f f w**. Â»v.v.* .?0 41.1.4 o. juÂ»v-*, iiu,v*%. we* Â«-Â«v* Hume Randall, professor of fc]t ^ ^ inst alicd M prcsi- crafts and ceramics at Syracuse University, She has had exhibits at national ceramic shows in New York City, San Francisco, World Fair, Paris decorative arts and ceramics shows in Washington, D. C.. GOLD STAR MOTHERS INSTALL SATURDAY FULTON -- The Fultonian Chapter, 45, American Gold Star Mothers, will meet at 12:30 p. m., Saturday, Nov. 19, in their rooms for a covered dish dinner, followed by a regular meeting and installation of officers. Mrs. Bernadetta Zu- Many on Honor Roll at Phoenix Central School PHOENIX -- The honor roll for the senior and junior high school as released Thursday shows the following high school students winning high honors: Diane AJfano, Susan Bannister, Constance Chesbro, Cynthia Corey, Reda Corey, Joan Craner, Marilyn Craner, Roger Dausman, Jeanne Dean, Linda Dickinson, Sharon Earnshaw, Douglaa Farling, Joseph Farrell, Robert Glaccum, Eudora Gorthy, Karen Grandey, Nancy Gray, Judy Harke, Sandra Hoppe, Dorritt House, Jeanne Middieton, Barbara M'mota, Luther Nadler, Kathy O'Brien, Lee Rancier, Sharon Regan, Barbara Revelle. Kathryn Rowland, Joseph Slack, Sandra Smith, Rostyslaw Smyk and Mary Ann Upcraft. Marked good were Louise Gaw and Patricia Mintoyne. On the high school honor roll 'were Michael Anderson, George Asteriadis, Carole Beckley, Carol Beers, Patricia Bell, Susan Benjamin. Beulah Bishop. James Bishop, Arlene Boots, Richard Botting, Donna Brown, Terry Candee, Judith Corey. Lawrence Crutchley, Ann Denery, Lorraine Doody, Caroline Dove, Ruth Dunham, Cheryl Eddy, Dorothy Gilbert, Helen Holmes, Barbara Hough, Margaret Isham, William Johst, Ada Jones, Beth Kinne, Sandra Loren, Kathleen Lowe, Patricia Miller, Sharon Neff, Ethel Pagliarali, Lydia Pitcher, David Prouty, Pamela Puilam, Carol Rawson. Howard Robbins, Elaine Sivers, Kathleen Stevens, Diane Van Tassel, Susan Welch, Jean Williamson and Ronald Hoover. In the eighth grade the students with high honors were Patricia Anderson, Martin Aylesworth, Carol Bannister, Nancy Beck, Barbara Bingham, Virginia Bozarth, Elaine Clark. Ruth Dausman. Suzanne Farling, Barbara Hoag, Terry Hymers, Martha Muster. Gail Secor, George Simons, Kathy Sloan and Marcia Tras-k. Also winning honors in the same grade were Barbara Boutin, Gary Clark, Betsey Coffey. Judy Durr, Jo-Ann Ells- wot h, Robert Frey, Jeffrey Krueger, Linda Kuhn. Gregory Lowe, Sharon Palmer, Linda Pittsley, Marie Rupracht. Alan Townsend and Terry Whipple. On the grade seven list for high honors were Patricia Balch, Suzanne Basset t, Robert Beck, Judy Benoit, Patricia Carey, Mary Day, Lynne Dean, Irene Goldych, T e r r a n c e O'Brien, Kathleen Pittsley, John Schmidt, Thomas Slack, Rodney Trask, John Van Epps. Seventh graders to win honors were Jack Besley, Kathryn Bettis, Michael Burton, Kathenne Colbert. Susan Delong, Patricia DenBIeyker. Carolyn Doss, Enos Ely, Linda Farling, Richard Farling, Sharon Haney, Bonnie Henderson. Donna House, Patricia Libby, Timothy Luke, Connie Pendergast, Gary Richards, Carla Rowland, Carolyn Secor, Betsy Ann Smith, Patricia Spencer, Sally Thompson, Wayne Wilcox and Gary Woodvvorth. Pulaski Grange Meets Tuesday PULASKI- will hold its Thursday at Â·range Hall - Pulaski Grange regular meeting 8 p. m. in the Master Harold Stevens will preside. Three films furnished by the State Forest Pest Control have b e e n obtained through the courtesy of William Babcock and will be shown. They are 'Little Smokey", "Boll Weevil Control", and "Blister Rust". Refreshments will be served tallowing the/nesting with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mandigo and Miss Mary White in charge. EPISCOPAL CHURCH FELLOWSHIP DINNER PULASKI-- The members of St. James Episcopal Church will hold a fellowship dinner his Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. in the Parish Hall. St. Mary's Guild will serve he dinner with Mrs. Horace Sohellenberg as general chairman. A program relating to thÂ« Every Member Canvass" will ollow. All members are urged o attend. Youngslown Ohio. a n d Cleveland, dent to succeed Mrs. Aletha Prior. Mrs. Jessie Kemp, chap* ter past president, will bt Installing officer. COMMERCIAL PRINTING DEPARTMENT PALLADIUM-TIMES BLDG. DIAL II 3-3800 -- II GUILD SUPPER TUESDAY PULASKI -- The Pilgrim Guild of the Congregational Church will hold a picnic supper tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. at ihe church hall. Hostesses are Mrs. Roger Jlakely, Mrs. Roy Hardie and Mrs. Lawrence Skinner. Mrs. Walter Koukal, presidcnl, will bÂ« in charge of the mooting. AUXILIARY TO MKET PULASKI--The l#K\on Auxiliary of the Robert Ed wards Post will meet tomorrow at 8 fÂ». m. in the Legion Ha)l, MrÂ§. Lewis Gibbe, president will b* in charge. Refreshment,, will bÂ« served by Mrs. Oorjjf ]rÂ«ros, Mrs. Rolon Baleom, Jr.. and Mn. Bertha Draper.
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