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Chronicle-express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1926-current, October 31, 1990, Image 13

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Men p la n fest booth PENN YAN — The men of the First Baptist Church of Penn Yan also will have a booth a t the Apple Fest Bazaar, slated from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 10. The booth will feature such items as birdhouses, bird feeders, bookends, chimes, toys and much, much more. There will be something for everyone at the Apple Fest Bazaar,'and everyone is urged to mark the calendar now for the event. Questions of F aith Series The m o rning A d u lt C lass a t th e F i r s t P r e s o y te r ia n C h u r c h o f P e n n Yan view s a video, “Questions of F a i th , S e r ies 2”, b o r r o w e d from th e G e n e v a P r e s b y tery R e source Library. F o r th e la s t sev e ral w e e k s , t h is class h a s been view ing a n d d iscussing th e challenging s e r ies, i n w h ich p r o m in e n t J e w ish a n d C h r istian th e o lo g ian s a n d w r iters 'of various d e n o m in a tio n s discuss t h e B ible an d t h e i r relig io u s f a ith . ( P h o to by W arren Giles) __________________________________ __ Potter Mrs. Clyde Hey 554-3233 Asthma seminar slated The 12th annual Singspiration at the Potter Baptist Church last Saturday evening was attended by appproximately 60 people, with 19 churches represented in the program and congregation. PENN YAN — The American Lung Association - Finger Lakes Repon, Inc., with the cooperation of Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital in Penn Yan, will present a free Asthma Awareness Seminar for parents, teachers, baby-sitters, or anyone who has contact with children with asthma. Main St., Penn Yan. The seminar is free. ■ 2 Tb® seminar is planned for 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the second floor conference room of Soldiers and Sailors, 418 North Tbpics to be covered will be: Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory System, What is Asthma? Medications Used in the TVeatment of Asthma, Emergency Room Visits. A question and answer period also will be in­ cluded. Guest speakers for the seminar will be: Ralph Moore, MD, Michael Boquard, MD, William Craig-Kuhn, MD, Mary Driesch, MD, George Wetherup, RRT, Karen Hetrick, RRT, and Connie Scudder. Seating is limited, so those planning to attend are urged to arrive early. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Manfredi of New Bergen, NJ, spent the past weekend with their daughter, Ada, and Mary Lou Charland. Mrs. Manfredi was guest soloist on Sunday at the Potter Baptist Church. Program plans speakers bureau G o r h a m -R e e d C o r n e r s Nellie EUis 526-5796 Girl Scouts will be selling cookies in November. The farmers are nearly at wit’s end. Trying to harvest is the har­ dest ever. May everyone have a safe and enjoyable Halloween! m Christmas GENEVA — The Domestic Violence Program of Family Counseling Service will begin a Speakers Bureau. Volunteer members of the Bureau will speak to church, civic and community organizations about the issue of domestic violence and services offered by fiarruly Counseling Service. • “CTc.nHn(T PT«»Bter comn available. Presentations also reach the ears of individuals and groups who are willing to provide funds for the program, either through donations or by sponsor; ing fund-raising events.” “Creating greater community awareness through these presen­ tations is vitally important,” said Ellen Ausbum Knight, develop­ ment coordinator for the program. “They enable Family Counseling Service to reach women who are in abusive relationships, inform­ ing them that there is support The Speakers Bureau needs volunteers who are concerned about the problem of domestic violence and wish to be p art of the solution. In-depth training and support will be provided on an on­ going basis. Individuals who are interested in being a part of the team can contact Knight at Family Counseling Service, 671 South Exchange St., Geneva, NY, 14456, telephone 315-789-2613. Volunteers needed PENN YAN — The Home- Delivered Meals Program of the Penn Yan Grange Nutrition Center is in urgent need of volunteers. Those interested should con­ tact Aletha Wax, HDM/SNAP manager, at 315-536-6038. ^ • Potpourri (Press Qift ^ g j ^ags, ‘Trays & (Mugs ^ |— • Leanin Tree Cards |75 & Qifu • (Rpef^aU (Pottery • Jlntujues s s e!r CoUectiSCes m I g 104 Water S t, Penn Yan [[s' just off Main St. “ Ejl 536-3516 owner Caryl Santee Rushville 554-3733 Congratulations to John and Kelly Karszes, 4011 Number Nine Road, Stanley, on the birth of heir daughter, Courtney Ann, »m Sept. 9. Maternal godparents are Jerry and Mary of Gilbert Street, Rush- nlle. Elaine Kennedy, a home Konomics teacher at Marcus Whitman High School, and presi­ dent of the state Home Economics Teachers Association, attended a Tbwn meeting on Educational Ex­ cellence, Sept. 18 in Albany. The meeting, sponsored by the State Education Department, gathered more than 300 representatives of education, business, government and human service organizations. ELECT JOE LEAHEY TO CONGRESS VOTE ROW A Paid for b y the Joe Leahey for Congress Committee/John Carlucci, Treasurer. Monday-Macaroni and cheese or hot dog on bun’ (with one-third macaroni and cheese), green beans, cabbage sala:d, mixed fruit cup and milk. Tuesday-Hamburger on bun or hot meatball sub, French fries, tomato soup, peaches and milk. Wednesday-PYMS only - Deli Works sub with , chips, fruit and milk; PYA & PYE - Chicken patty on roll or lasagna, tater rounds, peas, apple or orange and milk. Thursday-Ham (with cheese a t PYA & MS) or oven browned flsh on roll, hash brown potatoes, carrots, fruited jello and milk. Friday-Pizza with meat and cheese or turkey salad sub, whole kernel com, minestrone soup, pears and milk. lOOHOS NVA NN3d THE HOUSING CENTER “An Adventure In Gracious Living** An elegant display of one and ^VARIETY * AFFORDABILITY two story residential lionics *.QT?Pt7fr'ir designed for active, carefree and/or rcurement Uvtng at Its best. .pHE TRADITION OF THE LEWIS FAMILY FOR OVER 30 YEARS. JEANWOnTHHQTON,Mor ' of BATH, N .Y o n th e SHERI NOBLES D ivision o f Lewis Homes, Inc. East S ide of Ri. 54 a t Home Des^ Consutanis R D.# 2 . Box 73 W. B « h . N.Y. 14810 the Railroad Crossing Vote YES OS’ for tax relief, for new jobs, for O.T.B. You can vote for lower real estate taxes. All you have to do November 6th is vote YES for Off Tracis Betting and your county real estate tax will be reduced M6,000 in 1991 and *46,000 in every year in the future. Taxpayers in neighboring Schuyler County have saved *392,155 in real estate taxes because Schuyler permits 0TB. Your YES vote for 0TB also means a shot in the arm for the local economy because 3 new jobs will be created. For new jobs and tax relief, vote YES for 0TB on November 6th. __________ ■ Paid for by Yates County Taxpayers for 0TB J. Hoagland, Treasurer The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan. N.Y., October 31,1990 • Page 13 A NEW YOU . . . W h at B e t t e r T im e T h a n Now! Sherry Fox, Tami Plumlee, Cindy Brown, Maureen T'avis KEUKA CUT & CURL -4-^ . P a u m itchei? p ”oductj 315 “ 536-8321 Mon. - Fri. 9-5; S at 8-2; Tues., Wed. & Thurs. Eve. by Appointment I. Frontront Stairtairs lOOEast Main S t- Penn Yan Lower Level, F S Foot Specialist Dr. Robert Magiera, Podiatrist Call for an Appointment 315-536-3267 536-2387 or 716-394-0341 Tuesdays 11:30 am to 5:00 pm 146 Main Street, Penn Y»n Room4 1st Roorofthe Arcade Building New Items at Spring Wheat \Fantastic\ N o o d les *1.29 Bucket \Orchid\ Crystal Deodorant Stone (No Aluminum) R u b b e r C a n n ing Jar R ings *1.00 Doz. u:)beat f o o d s 108 Elm St. Peim Yan»315-536-7981 ^ Stay W arm w ith Corn \Renewable source of energy\ • No Chimney • No Pollution • Heats up to 2000 sq. ft. • Dual Blowers Give us a eaU- you have to see it to believe it! ■M DCVETEC* J O H N S O N F A R M S • CORN BURNING PRODUC15 • 1272 Earls Hill Rd„ P«in Van. NY 14527 • (315) 536-8635 or 789-1057 Phones, CB's, Scanners, Radar Detectors, Car Stereos, Speakers Lay -n-Way Now I I SYSTEMS, 98 W . 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