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f' u ‘i I 4 . Page 2 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Van, N.Y., October 31,1990 ERMAN. MARSH ObiTUARies QU6S6R IVl PENFIELD — Erma Ruth Noetling Marsh, 81, of Penfield, died Friday, Oct. 12, 1990 at her home. She and her husband, Clyde, started the Seneca Drums Trailer Park in Him- rod. Friends were received Oct. 14 at the Anthony Funeral Chapel, Inc., Brighton, where the funeral service was held Oct. 16. Burial is in White Haven Memorial Park, Perinton. Mrs. Marsh was iMm in Bergen, Genesee County. She attended Wil­ liamson High School, Wayne County, and was graduated from East High School in 1927. She was a starting player on the women’s basketball team at the University of Rochester, where she received a bachelor of arts degree in economics and psychology in 1931. She married Clyde G. Marsh of Irondequoit in 1936. She was the first woman to serve on the East Ironde- quoit School Board, a position she held from 1957 to 1961. She also was a volunteer for the PTA and Girl Scouts. In 1963, Mrs. Marsh helped run Personalized Service Bureau, a new federaUy-funded project through the Wisiting Nurse Service of Rochester and Monroe County, Inc., which al­ lowed frail older peopid to remain safely in their own homes. Heart problems forced her to take an early retirement from her job as assistant supervisor in 1974. Mrs. Marsh and her husband moved to Penfield in 1973. She was predeceased by a son, Gerald. She is survived by her husband, Clyde G.; two dau^ters in sons-in- law, Joan and Ronald Bettes of Perin­ ton, and Nancy and Anthony Bertino at the Kenneth J. Perkins Funeral Home in Gorham. It was conducted by the Folger Hook and Ladder Company of Geneva, oifidated by Fire Commis­ sioner James Fanning. Assistant Chief Kerin Powers, Emeritus Chief Carlton J. Naegele, and Chaplain Donald Mc- Gloon. Honorary bearers were Jack Fan­ ning, Richard Panning, James Mc­ Cormack, Donald Vincent, Joe Hef- feron, Roland Harrison, Robert Ver- dehem, John Dwyer, and Jack Coutlee. Burial is in Number Nine Cemetery. Mr. Felling was bom July 14, 1911 in Stanley, the son of William and Carrie PeUing. He retired from the Peon Yan Boat Company in 1977 and he was a mem­ ber of the Geneva Hook and Ladder Company and the Geneva War Dads. He is survived by two dau^ters, Janet Felling of Geneva and Karen Heights of Wisconsin; two grandchild­ ren; one sister, Mary McCabe of California; and one nephew. Memorial contributions may be made to the Stanley-Hall-Gorham Ambulance. Churd), with the Rev. Herbert Tbnnies officiating. Burial will be in Bellona Cemetery. Mrs. Jensen was bom April I, 1897 in Benton, the d a u ^ tcr of Morris and Marie Andersen. She was a member of the Seneca Number Nine Presbyterian Church, the Ruth Watson Class of the church and the Wendia Lodge Danish Sister­ hood. She was the widow of Niels Jensen, who died in 1963. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Donald (Marie) Phelps and Mrs. Martin (Dorothy) Yautzy, both of Gor­ ham, and Mrs. Leland (Lorraine) Tichenor of Stanley; one son, Donald N. Jensen of Stanley; 15 grandchild­ ren; 39 great-grandchildren; one brother, Theodore Andersen of Albion; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the memorial fund of the Seneca Number Nine Presbyterian Church or the Stanley-Hall-Oorham Ambulance Fund. the convenience of the family. Mrs. Fullagar was bom Feb. 7, 1936 in Penn Yan, the daughter of Charles and Orra Dinekart. She is survived by her husband, Bruce Fullagar of Pena Yan; one daughter, Mrs. Richard (Linda) Chambers of Bradenton; four sons, Keith, Mark and Scott PuUagar, all of Bradenton, and David of Georgia; one brother, Meade Dinehait of Seneca Falls; six sisters, Dorothy Rolfe of Stanley, Doris Burg of Penn Yan, Mrs. Charles (Elizabeth) Burg of Waterloo, Margaret Moss and Virginia Burk, both of Branchport, and Hilda Smith of Canandaigua; a friend, Louis Con­ away of Bradenton; ai and nephews. MARY J . JORGENSEN Service on most > brands of TV & ' Stereo Equipment Replacement Needles & Cartridges JB PLAYER Guitars Strings & Accessories • 1 HOMETOWN' I Music & Electronics') 9 Grant Ave. 536-8001 MAURICE W. EVANS KATHLEEN A. BELL of Canandaigua; eight grandcliildren; dchildren; and several two great-gran nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to Camp Good Days and Special Hmes, 100 White Spruce Blvd., Rochester, NY, 14623, or the Penfield Volunteer Ambulance, P.O. Box D, Penfield, NY, 14526. LAURA M. HALL DUNDEE — Mrs. Laura M. Hall, 82, formeriy of Dundee, died Sunday, Oct. 21, 1990 at Willard State Hospital. Friends were received Oct. 24 at the Baird Funeral Home, where funeral services were held a t the conclusion of calling hours. The Rev. Marian Mas- secar officiated. Burial is in Grovemont Cemetery, Himrod. Mrs. Hall was bom Oct. 24, 1907 in the IbwD of Jerusalem, the daughter of Oliver and Sarah (Calhoun) Orr. She attended the Himrod Baptist Church and was a past member of the Dundee Rehekahs. She was the widow of Milton F. Hall, who died in 1969. She is survived by one daughter, Marian Lambom of Dundee; one son, Milton Hall of Coming; 12 grandchild- BRANCHPORT — Mrs. Kathleen A. Bell, 94, ofltalyHill, Branchport. died Friday, Oct. 26,1990. There were no prior calling hours. The funeral service was held Oct. 29 at the Tbwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel, Penn Yan, with the Rev. Brad­ ford D. Hunt officiating. Burial is in Italy Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Bell was bom May 4, 1896 in the Ibwn of Jerusalem, the daughter of Beqjamin and Inez Best Stoddard. She was formerly employed as a nurse at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital in Penn Yan and was a member of the Penn Yan United Methodist Church. She was the widow of Hany Bell. She is survived by four sons, Roy Bell of Keuka Park, Wendell J . Bell of Horseheads, Edison P. Bell of Dicson, AZ, and Roger E. Bell of (3cneseo; 12 grandchildren; several great-grand­ children and great-great-grandchild­ ren; and two cousins. FRANCIS F. NUTT ren; 15 great-grandchildren; three Mrs.rs. C ters, M Guido (Katherine) Pas- salacqua and Mrs. Lester (Mary) Lizzi, both of Penn Yan, and Mrs. Helen Helsing of Arizona; one brother. Char­ les Orr of Penn Yan; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to VTiUard State Hospital, or to any other mental health organization. PENN VAN — Francis F. Nutt, 66. of 1115 Nutt Road, Penn Yan, died Monday, Oct. 22, 1990 a t his home. Friends were received Oct. 24 a t the Tbwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel, where the funeral service was held Oct. 25. The Rev. John Busch officiated. Burial is in Evergreen Cemetery, Dresden. Mr. Nutt was bom May 18, 1924 in the Tbwo of Tbney, the son of Charles and Nina Hudson Nutt. He was a retired employee of the Ibwn of Tbrrey Highway Department and a member of the Dresden United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Julia; two aunts; one uncle; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorial contributions may be made to the Dresden United Methodist Church or the Penn Yan Volunteer Ambulance Corps. RUSHVTLLE — Maurice W. Evans, 76, of 5 Green St., Rushville, died Sunday, Oct. 28. 1990 at the VA Medi­ cal Center in Canandaigua. Friends were received Oct. 29 at the Kenneth J. Perkins Funeral Home, Gorham, and Oct. 30 at the Rushville United Methodist Church. The funeral service followed calling hours at the church, with the Rev. Neal Bachman officiating. Burial is in Voak Cemetery. Mr. Evans was bom Aug. 12, 1914 in Reynoldsville, the son of Mott and Lena McCoy Evans. He was a veteran of World War H and retired from Local 832 I.U.O.E. in 1979. He was a member of the Rush­ ville United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor Voak Evans; one son. Richard Evans oi Brooklyn; one daughter, Mrs. Dennis (Lois) Collins of Rochester; one step­ son, Duane Voak of Elmont; three grandchildren; three stepgrandchildren; two sisters, Mildred Culver and Ethel Sirrine, both of Montour Falls; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Rushville United Methodist Church memorial fund or the Middlesex Valley Ambulance Fund. PENN YAN — Mrs. Mary J. Jorgen­ sen, 91, formerly of 110 Chapel St., Penn Yan, died Monday, Oct. 29, 1990 at The Homestead. Friends were received from 1 to 2 p.m. today (Wednesday, Oct. 31) at the Tbwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel, where the funeral service was held at 2 p.m. The Rev, Bradford D. Hunt of the Penn Yan United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery. Mrs. Jorgensen was bora Sept. 16, 1899 in Denmark. She was formerly an active member of the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and the American Legion Auxiliary. She also was a member of the United Methodist Church. She was the widow of Sinus E. Jor- . ^chardM, Thompson, PHYSICAL THERAPY 100 East Main Street at Lake Street Penn Yan, New York 14527 536-4051 536-4907 nihanl^jy'ou • She is survived by three sons, Laurence Jorgensen of Rochester, Raymond E. Jorgensen of Clyde, and Thomas F. Jorgensen of Clifton Springs; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann Nellis of Baltimore, MD; and several grandchildren' and great-granddrUd- Memorial contributions may be made to the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital Foundation. your support during the 1990 season. We look forward to serving you next year. C T c y c y jpc-rci-t-i-v^fi . ^ a r t t v d r ' C ~ r a f ± n c - . JANE D. FULLAGAR BRADENTON, FL — Jane D. Ful­ lagar, 54, of Bradenton, FL, formerly of Penn Yan, died Saturday, Sept. 29, 1990 in Bradenton. Funeral services were held in Florida, with graveside and committal services in Second Milo Cemetery at “SkERlff Power outage planned TENN YAN — Thehe Pennenn Yaian — T P Y Municipal Board announces that there will be a power out­ age on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 5:45 a.m. It will affect the following areas: east of Walnut Street; southeast of Elm Street; and west of Keuka Street. The outage will last ap­ proximately five minutes. Paint & Wallpaper Sale Pratt and Lambert Interior Paint All wallaper orders Many new books I 25% OFF pmCKNEY *-C h - a - r - d - w « a - r e )*~ rOURCORnCRS»rEfin yah 556*7033 HELEN M. JENSEN CHARLES S. FELLING HALL — Charles S. Felling. 79, of Route 14A, Hall, died Friday, Oct. 26, 1990 a t Geneva (General Hospital. There were no prior calling hours. The funeral service was held Get. 28 STANLEY — Mrs. Helen M. Jensen, 93, of RD 2, Route 246, Stanley, died Saturday, Ort. 27, 1990 at Elm Manor Nursing Home, Canandaigua. There were no prior caUing hours. The funeral service was held today (Wednesday, Oct. 31) at 2 p.m. at the Seneca Number Nine Ihesbyterian » THE NIELSEN GRANITE CO. IBARREI ' (fe Jack Nielsen, Owners OUR 27th YEAR fjoukprjTTM 113 E. Lake Rd. * • ” \ * '* - * RLS4 Serving All of NewYorkSUte & Nortbem Pennsylvania J L A Penn Yan, NY Oflij Memorial Shop in Yales County H e ated Show room 536-8181 On Saturday, Oct. 20, Angela Bogart, 20, of 1972 Outlet ^ a d , was charged with obstructing governmen­ tal administration, second degree. She was committed to jaU, in lieu of $250 cash bail. The Yates County Sheriffs Depart­ ment reports it was investigating a complaint a t 1972 Outlet Road, when Bogart became verbally abusive with family members and a deputy. The defendant was subsequently arrested and taken before the Tbwo of Milo Court. The Penn Yan Police Department assisted a t the scene and charged the defendant with harassment on an earlier complaint. BlRThs A son, Joshua Paul, weighing 7 pounds, 10 ounces, was bora Sept. 12, 1990 a t (Geneva General Hospital, to Kurt and Gail (Jensen) Owen of Florence Avenue, Penn Yan. Maternal grandparents are Clarence and Shirley Jensen of Penn Yan. Paternal grandparents are Ken and Lil Owen of Penn Yan. Maternal great-grandmother is Es­ ther Larsen of Canandaigua, and paternal great-grandmothers are Ag­ nes Christiansen of Penn Yan and Dorothea Owen of Penn Yan. Y C b u d g e t ^ozvnsencC - W ood !funeraC C hapd Dignity and Consideration Stephen P. Wood - Funeral Director 536-3391 201 East Elm Street, Penn Yan Ck>ntinued from page 1 Following the meeting, Legislator Jack Clancy was a s k ^ if this was a fair budget. T think it is a very difficult budget,” responded Clancy. “I don’t think fair is a good word, be­ cause the result of this cuts police protection; it cuts highway ser­ vices; it makes cuts in a number of very, very important programs that the people in the county want and deserve to have; so, no I don’t think it’s a fair budget.” However, as Clancy noted,“A budget is made up of com­ promises, always; and I think this was the l^st consensus possible.” A daughter, Carol Monique, weigh­ ing 7 pounds, 14 ounces, was boro Oct. 21, 1990, at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, to Dr. Nicholas and Monique (Baron) Loan of Penn Yan. Maternal grandparents are John and Olga Baron ofRochester. ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENTS Genuine LA-Z-BOY”recliners. the anti-stress ctevice of the 90’s! SALE! *39Sr ,r (U S P S -I09-M 0 ) ■ T - ......... T h e Cbm u c le -Bspress is published eveiy ■V A\N0WGENERADOrr RECUMA-ROCKER* RECUNEI OR RECUNA-WAT WAll CHAI eooifofl In this casual ti contemporary design win pie channel design and flared an* Penn Y u i,N e w Yotk 14527. SubsaipdoD n tes; Yates County - 6 months *9.00, iI2 months *16.00. D s e w h s e m ihe Concinenul U.5. • 6 months *15.00, i i inanUu *19.00. S i n ^ copy at newsstand 35*. by mail *1.09 Outside Uie jCrauineaul U.S. phone for cunent subsenptioo' ^<-1 rates. Second Class official entiy at Pom Yan, New Yoik Post Office 14527. -POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The' ■ / N ™ I ^299 Ajnerican EbbljsliingComRany of N.V. B. “HERITAGE” RECLINA-ROCKER* RECLINER Relax and unwind in style in this softly shirred transitional. W e ld o n F u n e r a l H o m e Incorporated R. BRUCE COUSINS LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR Complete Central Air-Conditioning 315-536-3355 Penn Yan 102 East Main Street BLU F F PO IN T C H U R C H H A R V E S T DINNER SA T ., NOV. 3 SALE! M 5 9 C. \The Avenger’’ Reclina-Rocker- recliner or Reclina-Way® wall recliner Dads love this sleek contemporary recliner. Semi-attached back pillows adjust for total seating comfort. SE R V IN G AT 4 ,5 ,& 6 P M [ a d u l t ^5^^ CHILD W * ' 100 E a s t Elm s tr e e t • P e iin Van, New York ® 536-3733

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