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Page 2 - The ChronicIe-ExpresSj Penn Van, N.Y., October 24, 1990 ObiTUARIES AUCE M. McGRAW PENN YAN — Ikfra. Alice M. Me- Graw, 63, of 233 East Maia St., Penn Yon, died Monday, Oct. 16, 1990 at Penn Yan Manor Nursing Home. Friends were received Oct. 18 at the Weldon Funeral Home, where an Eastern Star service was held that evening. The fiineral service was Oct. 19 at the funeral home, wih the Rev. Clifford Whitehead officiating, fol> lowed by a committal service at Willow Glen Cemetery in Dryden. Mrs. McGraw was bom July 26, 1907 in Ithaca, the daughterofEmest and Adeline Ibrwilligar Coon. She was a life member of the Ithaca Chapter Women of the Moose and a member of the Seneca Lake Chapter Order of the Eastern Star. She was predeceased by her hus­ band, Oliver, who died in 1986, and a granddaughter, Dawn C. Rumsey, who died in 1981. She is survived by one son, Oliver H. McGraw of Moravia; one d au^ter, Mrs. Pauline Walker of Dundee; six grandchildren: 11 great-grandritild- ren; three great-great-grandchildren; three brothers, Frederick R. Coon of West Dryden, Ernest F. Coon of Ithaca, and Francis E. Coon of Smith- ville, VA; one sister, Mrs. Clyde (Pauline) Cole of Delmar; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Penn Yan Area Volunteer Ambulance Corps or the Dresden United Methodist Church. Yan, died Friday, Oct. 19, 1990 at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. There were no prior calling hours. A memorial service will be held at 7 pjn., Thursday, Oct. 25, at the As­ sembly of God Church in Penn Yen. Weldon Funeral Home is handling ar­ rangements. Mrs. Bradley was born Jan. 5, 1905 in Binghamton. She was a graduate of Elmira College and received her mas­ ter’s degree from Columbia University. She was the librarian for the Roches­ ter Public Schools for 28 years, retir­ ing in 1961. She is survived by her husband. Thomas R. Bradley. 8111, Sl.'Louis, MO, 63110. BARBARA B. CASTNER JOHN G. WORTMAN DARWIN FOX, SR. PULTENBY - Darwin “Herbert’ Fox, Sr., 77, ofPulteney, died Monday, Oct. IS, 1990, at his home. Funeral and committal services were held at the Bottom Funeral Home in Prattsburg, with the Rev. Tbd Hagan ofBciating. Burial is in the Italy-Naples Cemetery. Mr. Fox was bom July 26, 1913 in Avoca, the son of Darwin H. and Lil­ lian LaRue Fox. He had been a resi­ dent of this area all his life. For several years, he owned and operated a dairy farm. He also was employed by the Veterans Administra­ tion Center in Bath for many years, and for five years, he and his wife operated a restaurant-diner in Prat­ tsburg. He was a member of the Prat­ tsburg Baptist Church and the Go-for- Pun CB Club in Prattsburg. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Etta Babcock Fox; one son, Darwin, Jr. of Prattsburg; eight daughters, Delores Wolfanger, Joyce Pipe, and Barbara Blohm, all of Prat­ tsburg, Ruth Sauerwald of Saugus, CA, Mildred Gardiner of Bath, Shirley Donelson of Wayne, Arlene Tbwner of Avoca, and Audrey Forbes of Enola, PA; 22 grandchildren; and 23 great­ grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Prattsburg Baptist (Church. EDITH B. BRADLEY PENN YAN — John G. Wortman, 80, formerly of 110 Wagner St., Penn Yan, died Saturday, Oct. 20, 1990 at the Wyoming Community Hospital in Warsaw. Friends were received Oct. 23 at the Tbwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel, where the hmeral service was held at 7 o’clock that evening. The Rev. Brad­ ford D. Hunt, pastor of the Penn Yan United Metho^st Church, officiated. Burial is in Lakeview Cemetery. Mr. Wortman was bora Oct. 16,1910 in the Ibwn of Barrington, the son of ChauDcey and Flora IR>weU Wortman. He was a veteran of World War n, having served with the Navy. He was a member of the VFW Post #745, and past commander of the post. He also was a member of the Johnson Costello American Legion Post in Penn Yan. He was a farmer postal cleric with the Penn Yan Post OIBce. He was predeceased by his wife, Myrtle. He is survived by two sons, John D. Wortman of Oshkosh, WI, and Gary Wortman of SnellviUe. GA; four grandchildren; four great-grandchild­ ren; one sister, Mrs. Louise Kenyon of Dundee; one aunt; one niece; and several cousins. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. PENN YAN — Mrs. Barbara B. Castner, 61, of 177 (^rawell St.. Penn Yan, died Friday, Oct. 19, 1990 at her home. Friends were received Oct. 22 at the Tbwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel, where a prayer aervice was held Oct. 23, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church. Burial is in St. Michael's Cemetery. Mrs. Castner was bora Aug. 26, 1929 in Penn Yan, the daughter of David and Mary Hoban Boyd. She was a member of Michael's Churdi and the Nocturnal Adoration Society. She was a graduate of Roches­ ter Business Institute in Rochester and had been an attendant of the Yates County Court. She is survived by her husband, Robert; two sons, Bernard R. Castner of Penn Yan and Brian D. Castner of Maryland; three daughters, Mrs. Stephen (Linda) Staples of Albany, Mrs. Robert (Sharon) Langer of En- dicott and Mary E. Castner of Liberty; seven grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Thomas (Betty) Murphy of Penn Yan and Mrs. Erwin (Eleanor) Boerschlein of Rochester, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Midiael’s School. Halloween safety tips listed PENN YAN — Soon the streets will be scattered with little ghosts, goblins and witches trick or treating this Halloween. And to make sure this is a more eiyoyable and safer Halloween, Sher­ iff Jan Scofield of Yates County offers some safety tips. “Remember when designing your children’s costumes that face paint is preferable to a mask. Masks should have adequate holes for proper respiration and peripheral vision,\ Scofield says. “All trick or treaters should wear some sort of reflective cloth­ ing, cany a bright orange bag and carry a flashlight or glowstick to make it easier for passing cars to spot them while they walk on the sidewalk or left side of the road facing traffic. “Young children should always be accompanied by an adult. Either a parent or older child should stay within close range a t all times and never let the children go down a street by themselves. Walk with the children to each house and wait in the driveway or by the door until the children return. “Older children should travel in pairs or in groups a t all times while trick or treating and should never venture down a dark, empty side street. Parents should know the route that their children are following. Children should always walk together to the front door of each house and never run across the street or across the yard. Dark, unlighted houses should be avoided. ‘Tell your children to save all their candy until they get home. You should closely inspect all candy. Throw away all unwrapped candy or any suspicious looking goodies. If your child does get sick, try to determine what he or she had eaten and where it came from. Call your doctor or the hospital emergency room im­ mediately and save all wrappers. “Also remember that your jack-o-lantem and any other electri­ cal decorations can be a Are hazard. Keep them out of the reach of small children and away from flammable materials such as draperies, furniture and paper decorations. Do not leave your house unattended. ...... ' “ \ ' \ ~ “Halloween is a fun time in Yates County,” Sheriff Scofield con- eluded, “but let’s make it a safe time as well.” __________________ It Pays To Use The Classified: P e n n Y a n P o U c e ALVIN H. ADAM PENN YAN — Edith (Gurney) B. firadW, 86, 114 Lincoln Ave,, Penn STEPHEN P.WOOD FUNERAL DIRECTOR P h o n e 536-3391 201 East Elm Street Penn Yan (Off Street Parking) ST. LOUIS, MO — Alvin H. Adam, 77, of St. Louis, MO, formerly of the Rushville area, ^ e d Sept. 16,1990. A memorial aervice was held Sept. 23 at Centenary Methodist CTiurch in St. D> u )8. He donated his remains to the Washington University School of Medicine. Mr. Adam was the son of the late Henry and Effie Adam. He attended Penn Yan Academy and served in the Air Force during World War II. He was a member of the Penn Yan Flying Club and was employed for several years by Marry Coles Furniture in Penn Yan. He is survived by his wife, Lola Ocsterle Adam; one daughter. Patricia Faitz; one son, David A. Adam; a step­ son, Raymond Fieck; and one brother- in-law, Roland Oesterle. Memorial contributions may be made to the Centenary Methodist Churdt, 66 Plaza Square, or Parkin­ sons Disease, 600 South Euclid, Box Kelly Labarr, 19, 1144 Wagner St., Penn Yan, was arrested on a fugitive from justice warrant at 1:16 p.m. on Oct. 5. According to police, Labarr was ar­ rested after they received teletype in­ formation from the Monroe (WI) Police Department that she was wanted by that department for felony fraud stemming from the issuance of bad checks totaling $670. Labarr was arraigned before the Tbwn of Benton Justice Ellen Hoban and committed to the Yates County Jail as a fugitive from justice. She will be held for an extradition hearing at a later date. found her to be in an intoxicated con- She was charged with driving while intoxicated; failure to keep right; and having more than .10 percent blood al­ cohol content. She was issued an appearance ticket for Penn Yan Village Court. A Stanley couple was charged on Oct. 14 with harassment. William Ryan, 27, and Brenda Ryan, 22, 3855 County Road 6, Stanley, were charged after reportedly engaging in a family dispute at the P & C Market. They were issued appearance tickets for Penn Yan Village Court. “ lA k s L e v e ls An 61-year-oId Penn Yan man was arrested at 2 p.m. on Oct. 9 and char­ ged with two counts of second-degree sexual abuse and one count of second- degree attempted sexual abuse. Police report that the defendant was charged after they received a com­ plaint via the New York State Child Abuse Hotline that the defendant al­ legedly subjected juvenile girls to sexual contact over the last few months. Following an investigation by police, the defendant was arrested and char­ ged on the sexual abuse counts. The defendent was released on a $250 appearance bond and was scheduled to reappear in Penn Yao Vil­ lage Court. Police state that the defendant’s name is being with withheld to protect the victims' identity. Bernard Drew, 22, 239 Vt Lake St., Perm Yan. and Robin Drew, 26, 206 Vt East Elm St., were charged at 12:25 a.m. on Oct. 14 with trespassing. Police report that the subjects were together riding in a vehicle through the Lakeview Cemetery on Elm Street, after normal hours. They were issued appearance tickets for Perm Yan Village Court. A Himrod man was charged at 9.07 p.m. on Oct. 17 with issuing a bad Billy Hofftnaa, 22, Chubb Hollow Road, Iftmrod, was charged after he reportedly issued a check in the am- mouDt of $120 to Robert Peacock with insufficient funds in his account. Hoffman was released on $250 bail KEUKA LAKE WATER LEVELS 1990 Oct. 15 ........ 714.00 Oct. 16 ........... 714.05 Oct. 17 ........... 714.10 Oct. 18 ........... 714,10 Oct. 19 ........... 714.10 Oct. 20 ........... 714.05 Oct. 21 ........... 714.05 1989 713.40 713.40 713.40 713.40 713.40 713.40 713.60 1985 713.450 713.50 713.50 713.50 713.45 713.45 713.46 Pamela Enos, 22, 104 Lake St., Perm Yan, was arrested at 2:04 a.m. on Oct. 11 and charged with alcohol- related driving offenses. Police state that Enos was observed traveling south on South Avenue in a reportedly errant manner and al­ legedly crossed the center line. Police stopped Enos and reportedly Thomas Bayer, 19, 1509 Lorree Road, Penn Yan, was charged a t 12:10 p.m. on Oct. 16 with issuing a bad check. Police report that Bayer reportedly wToke a check to Smitt/s Atlantic with insufficient fiinds in his account. He was issued an appearance ticket for Penn Yan Village Court. Sympathy Flowers traditional symbol of love and caring. HILLCREST HORTICULTURAL CENTER ViMdwide Dckveiy S h ^ R i F F Yates County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a cottage fully engulfed in flames on North Plum Point Road in Himrod on Oct. 10. The cottage was owned by George Anthony of RMhester. The Himrod Volunteer Fire Department responded under the direction of Chief Ralph Vetter. They received mutual aid from Dresden, Dundee and Penn Yan fire departments. The cottage was a total loss and was not occupied at the time. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Yates County Fire Investigation 'Tbam. authorized hour, it was reported. Skinner, who is a student at the col­ lege, was then turned over to college officials who contacted the Yates County Sheriff’s Department, result­ ing in the charges. Skinner was issued a ticket to reappear Oct. 24, West on Havens Corners Road Open Mon.-Sat. 9-6 536-9560 Ample Parklnc- WE DO DELIVER / bar ^ TH E NIELSEN GRANITE CO. Fred & Jack Nielsen, Owners OUR 27th YEAR Serving All of New York State & Norfliem Pnnsrivania Only Memorial Shop in Yates County 113 E.Lake Rd. Rt ^ Penn Van, NY Heated Showroom 536-8181 David Skinner, 20, of Keuka Park, was charged with criminal trespass, third degree, after he was appreheo- ‘ded Oct. 10. Keuka College security officer, Frank Moddaffari observed Skinner in the college cafeteria at an un- D g I Retro, 19, of Keuka Park, was chaiged last week with harassment, after a student at Keuka College reported he had been harassed by Pietro. Pietro was released and was scheduled to reappear at a later date. (USPS-10^960) ••TVW4V9WA/ V f w a s ^ 4 ( lv w ilWKVUH/Cv efiices tie mtinuined « 85 Ctnisteo Sneet, llomell. New Yoik 14843. Offices ticmiimtined »138 Mtin Soeet, Pmn Y u , New Yoik 14527. ----- B l R T k s Sutectiption mes: Yties County • 6 months *9.00, ,12niofUhs *16.00. Elsewhoe m Ihe Cominauu U.S. - 6 momhi *15,00,12 Weldon Funeral Home incorporated R. Bruce Cousins Complete Central Air Conditioning 102 E. Main St. 536*3355 Penn Yon A son, Anthony Claire, weighing 5 pounds, 4Vh ounces, was born Oct. 13, 1990, to Alan and Tashya (Morse) Radka, ofPenn Yan. Maternal grandparents are Catherine Arcangeli of Lakemont, and the late Claire Morse. Maternal great-grandmother is Mary Rawlcigh of Penn Yan. : momhs *19.00. Single copy I t oewssund 3Sf, by miil *1.00. Outside me Coniineniil U.S. phone Ic1 ................. ' [0 cuntnt subsenpdoo' Secotid Clisi oSiciil entn st YoA P om Office 14S27. Pnrn Y u , New POSTMASTER: Send sddres c h u g a to The 138 Main Suxet,T*em Y u ,; Chnnicle-Express, NeWYok 14527 >£)ericanJUbll^lngOmijtany.ofN.^ Rebates! For switching to NYSEG Natural Gas Get a $ 3 0 0 NYSEG rebate when you switch to natural gas heating for your home. Or, g e t a $ 1 0 0 NYSEG rebate when you switch to natural g a s water heat­ ing. Together, it adds up to $400! See us NOW for great savings. Yates Plumbing & Heating Supply Co., Inc. 240 liberty Street, Penn Van, N.Y. 536-4495 Angela Bogart, 20, 109 Main St., Penn Yan, was charged at 8:47 p.m. on Oct. 20 with harassment. According to police, Bogart allegedly spat in the face of a Canandaigua man, kneed him, and then punched him in the back of the head on Oct. 20. Bogart was committed to the Yates County Jail in lieu of $250 cadi bail or $500 property bond, and was issued an appearance ticket for Penn Yan Vil­ lage Court. The Yates County Sheriff’s Depart­ ment assisted in the arrest. V I D E O T O GO Bath 776-2660 Penn Tan 536-3522 Prattsburg 522-4400 Sean Meyer, 25, 110 Water St., Penn Yan, was charged at 1:16 a.m. on Oct. 22 with harassment. Police state that Meyer was issued an appearance ticket for Penn Yan Vil­ lage (^ourt after they received a com­ plaint from a female that he had struck and kicked her at their apart­ ment. 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