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The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan,N.Y.,July 25,1990-Page 15 U p c o M i N q Jane Hungerford H im ro d 243-7247 8 Food for the needy pood for the needy in the Penn Van Central School District will be ^^stributed from 10 to 11 a.m., J'*'priday, duly 27 at the Penn Yan *1^ i'pirst Baptist Church. Sign L a n g u a g e ^ s i ^ language classes hn riili in August at the , J p gOCES facility in Flint. ' Deadline for registration is .rnearing and those wishing more ^information and to sign up should „«all 716-526-6431. ^ Finger-Barnes 'I reunion set The 60th annual Pinger-Barnes fcmily reunion will be held begin- Sng at noon, Sunday, July 29 at the Branchport Firehouse. Bellona Community p icnic The annual community picnic of the Bellona Fire District, spon­ sored by the Bellona Fire Department Ladies’Auxiliary, will be held beginning a t 1 p.m., Sun- iay^ July 29 at the ball park be- nind the church. Anyone attending should bring a dish-to-pass and silverware. Meat and drinks will be fur­ nished. Everyone from the com­ munity and fire district are wel- ^me. In case of rain, the event will be held at the firehouse. ' Quilt shoWf sale & A Quilt Show and Sale is plan­ ned Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28 at the Dundee Historical Society Museum and Dundee Baptist Church. Hours are 10 a.m. •to 5 p.m., Friday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday. Admission is $2 and the show will feature old and new quilts from the area, old and new quilts for sale, quilt books, supplies, T*iC. afts, clothing and “quillows”. 'jBLunch will be served from 11 a.m. K to 1 p.m. at the church. B For more details, those interes- JBted should contact Shirley Van- - ' Dyne, 51 Seneca St., Dundee, •telephone 607-243-7727. : Summer o f S o n g ' The Taylor Vintage Summer of ;Song will present Red Grammer, j>rmerly of the Limeliters, an in­ novative singer/songwriter, on •July 27 and 28. • Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. and are held at two locations: Friday ;evenings at Tkylor Park, Taylor Wne Company, Hammondsport, and Saturdays at Taughannock Falls State Park, Route 89, 'iVumansburg. Admission is free and the public Y reminded that since seating is [ on the lawn, lawn chairs or I blankets are suggested. In case of A rain, Friday concerts move to Haverling Junior-Senior High ; School in Bath, and Saturday con- certs move to Trumansburg High ^ 1 School. |i Pancake b reakfast, trapshoot set The Middlesex Conservation Club will have a pancake i breakfast and trapshoot from 8 to . 11 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 5 at the • clubhouse on South Hill, Mid- ; diesex. ; The public is welcome. These events will be held every other Sunday this summer through Labor Day weekend. H a m dinner The Women of the Moose will serve a ham dinner from 6 to7:30 p.m., on Saturday, July 28 at the Penn Yan Moose Lodge. Members and guests are wel­ come. The Mississippi Gamblers band will provide music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. DMV class The New York State Depart­ ment of Motor Vehicles classroom instruction, required for a driver’s license, will be offered from 4:45 to 10:15 p.m., Thursday, July 26 at Penn Yan Academy, 305 Court St., Penn Yan. For information or to pre-register, call 607-566-8507. War Dads, Auxiliary The 46th annual State Conven­ tion of the American War Dads and Auxiliary, will be held on Aug. 5 at the VFW in Newark. Registration begins at 9 a.m. For more information, call 315- 536-3896. Ju n io r Football The Yates County Junior Football League has scheduled an informational meeting from 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday, July 26 upstairs in the Penn Yan Firehouse. League representatives in at­ tendance will answer questions and concerns regarding the youth football program. Parents of cur­ rent and prospective participants are encouraged to attend. Registration for the program will be conducted from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturdays, July 28 and Aug. 4 at the front of the Penn Yan Firehouse. Watershed Task Force terested to a meeting and pot luck supper at 6 p.m., Tbesday, July 31 at the Community College of the Finger Lakes Pavilion (near the tennis courts). Those attending the dinner should bring a dish to pass and their ovm table service; drinks will be provided. The business meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Those interested are en­ couraged to attend and meet others in the watershed area who The Canandaigua Lake Water­ shed Task Force invites those in- are also interested in addressing the water quality issues of Canandaigua Lake. M ennonite R e lief Sale slated The eighth annual Southern Tier Mennonite Relief Sale will be held beginning a t 7 a.m., Satur­ day, July 28 at the Bath Fairgrounds. A pancake, egg and sausage breal^ast will be served at 7 a.m., and booths featuring homemade doughnuts, crafts, baked goods, produce and houseplants also will open a t 7 a.m. The MCC Self-Help Booth will feature brassware, baskets, toys, wooden carvings, plantings and furniture from around the world. New and used donated items, including more than 30 quilts, will be so|d at an auction, slated for 10 a.m. The Relief Sale is 1 of 36 held throughout the U.S. and Canada, with proceeds going to the Men­ nonite Central Committee, a cooperative relief and service agency. B r e a k fast set The ^^ne Valley United Methodist Church will serve a breakfast beginning at 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 4 at the ^^ne Val­ ley Community House. Many early morning goodies will be served (no pancakes), and everyone is invited. pavers Glass - Doug’s Collision I Announcing Our New Location I 136 Seneca Street, Penn Yan Open Monday-Friday 8am - 5 pm Saturday 8 am - Moon ^ Phone 536-354i4 BENTON MOTORS BODY SHOP Specializing in: • C o llision Work • P a inting • D o ll Up Free Collision Estimates 2 Full Time Body Men (with over 40 years combined experience) Hourly Rate - *26~ 536<3628 Mon. - Fri. 6 - 6, Saturday 8 - Noon 4 Corners Benton Center ANNOUNCING HOT NEW BRANDS HOT lo w PRICES! $ 0 ^ . 9 5 z o fTEWALL SIZE t ^ M A m e n c a n DECATHLON HiraMu 3TFMX a M c a a a e CALIBRE ALL SEASON $0095 wHirrwAu HO U^AOE NFiOfD W H ITEW ALL SIZE Pifi5/R m n 3 •41 57 P18.5/75R14 *49.01 P7n5/75R U •44 31 P?.05/75R1.5 •.58.25 P73S/7SR15 •47 04 G O O D Y E A R Tiempo All Season $3169 ■ WHITCIWU ■ NO TRACE NEtOCO G O O D Y E A R B A M a L B W R A N G L E R L a M c a R B E CSMMwiegcan Charge Conference The Benton United Methodist Church will have a Charge Con­ ference immediately following the 10:45 a.m. church service on Sun­ day, July 29. There will be a discussion on selling the parsonage. AH mem­ bers are invited to be present to express opinions. Benefit slated The ladies of the Benton Fire Company will have a space at the Sidewalk Sale in Penn Yan on Saturday, July 28. They will be of­ fering raffle tickets with proceeds to benefit the future remodeling of the kitchen at the Benton Firehouse. Guyanoga Grange ! Guyanoga vSley Grange mem­ bers will have a picnic a t 5 p.m., Thursday, July 26 a t the home of Waive and Caroline Warren, 307 Elm St., Penn Yan. I Across from Penn Yan True Value Farm Supply I W H I T E W A L L S I Z E i64/*0R13 •41.04 i7 4 / 8 r » m •14 04 l« 4 n 4 R M •17 04 104/7 4R14 •10.0.4 P2n.S/7.4Rl4 •4? 0 4 PJ24/74R14 •47 0 4 Himrod Baptist Church Sunday morning worship service is at 11 a.m. The non-denominational Wed­ nesday night discussion group of “Questions of Faith” has been suspended until cooler weather this fall. The last question discus­ sed was \What Matters Anyway?” Everyone is welcome to join in the fall meetings when questions to be discussed are: \What's God Got to Do with Evil?”, “What’s Being Good Good For?”, and “Who Needs Organized Religion?\ The Pres­ bytery Resource Center in Dres­ den has supplied the materials for these discussions. The DCS Class of 1970’s reunion is scheduled for July 27, 28 and 29. Dan Hungerford of Wndsor and his family will spend the weekend with Jane and Amy Hungerford and attend all the fes­ tivities. Daughters Sarah and Carrie will stay on for a week’s visit. Amy and Jane Hungerford had a phone call on Tliesday from Debora Della Torre of Como, Italy, who is expected Aug. 21, to spend the school year. Debora’s spoken English seems very good and she is as excited as the Hungerfords are about their year together. Himrod area residents may pick up their recycling boxes at the Himrod Community Hall on Mon­ days and Tuesdays, July 30 and 31 and Aug, 6 and 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. Unue BATH \ and Deal LDith : BURCH , OPEN EVENINGS Mon.-Tues.'Wed. You Can Buy A M 5,375 Art C o v e rt See Me Now For Your Next Car or Truck A r t h u r E. C o v e rt Business: 315-536*4488 Home: 315-536-6893 Marble’s Automotive 1690 Rt. 14A, Penn Yan, NY PAUL'S PERFORMANCE AUTOM OTIVE 104 Lake Street Penn Yan, NY \Professional tune ups and auto repair\ 536-8947 ‘ ENGINE DIAGNOSIS k TUNE UP WITH SUN TEST EQUIPMENT ’ IGNITION 4 FUEL SYSTEMS REPAIR * GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR BPANO NEW •PO IPONTIAC 6000 LE 4 DOOR SEDAN For i^ll,930*i FOR FUEL SAVINGS IT’S NAPA FILTERS No other filters protect engines better against dirt and obrosives. Oil, air and gasoline filters. 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