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i ■■ « • 1i V Page 2 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., November 7,1990 ObiTUARIES PATRICK J . JOHNSON SWEENEIY, TX — Patrick James Johnson, 11, of Sweeney, TX, died Monday, Oct. 22, 1990 at Hermann Hospital in Houston. There were no prior calling hours. The funeral was private, with the Rev. Neal Bachman officiating. Burial is in Gorham Cemetery. Patrick was bom Jan. 22, 1979 in Ridgecrest, CA, the son of Marvin Johnson and Ludlle IifiUikin. Besides his parents, he is survived by two brothers, David and Chris­ topher, both of Houston; his paternal grandparents, James and Louise Johnson of Gorham; his maternal grandmother, Nan<^ Arnold of Red Bluff, CA; his paternal grandmothers, Lottie Clark of Gorham and Carrie Johnson of Mt Hope, WV; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Memorial contributions may be made to Camp Good Days and Spedal Times. She was predeceased by her first husband, Oliver Moss, and her second husband, Gilbert Gage; two sons, Kevin Moss and Timothy Gage; and a brother, Gerald Dunton. She is survived by one son, Joseph Gage of San Diego, CA; one daughter, Mrs. Sharon Lee of ^ n n Yan; two grandchildren; two brothers, Larry Dunton of Middlesex and Danny Dun- ton of Guyanoga; six sisters, Mrs. Betsy Dinehart and Mrs. Lois Dinchart, both ofPenn Yan, Mrs. Mar­ jorie Best of Starkey, Mrs. Alice Jones and Mrs. Sheila White, both of Bluff Point, and Mia. Patrick Hacker of Middlesex; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Amerkan Heart Associa­ tion. GLADYS B. TURNER ARUN P A WEICHENTHAL, SR. ZEPHYRHILLS, FL — Arlin PJI. Wekhenthal, Sr., 78, of 37214 Lakewood Drive. Zephyrhilla, FL, for­ merly of Tbwnline Itoad, Stanley, died Wednesday, Oct. 31,1990, in Florida. Friends were received Nov. 3 at the Kenneth J. Perkins Funeral Home in Gotham. The funeral service followed calling hours at the funeral home, with burial in Little Church Cemetery, Ibwn of Seneca. Mr. Weicbenthal was bom July 20, 1912, the son of Hugo and Clara Klatt Weichenthal. He was a member of the Stanley Fire Company and the Zion Lutheran Church in Geneva. He owned and operated his own farm in Stanley for many years. He was predeceased by a son, Dar­ rell. He is survived by his wife, Leona Schultz Wekhenth^; two dau^ters, Zerlina W. Pearce of Geneva and Judith M. Mader of Clarksville, TN; one son, Arlin K. Weichenthal of Stan­ ley, 14 grandchildren: six great-grand­ children; two sisters, Amanda hfor- rison of Branchport and Ethel Harris of Rochester^ two brothers, Paul of Penn Yan and Gerhardt of Marion, OH; and several nieces and neihewa. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor’s PENN YAN — Mrs. Gladys B. Ihr- ner, 87, of 91 Old Pines Trail, Penn Yan, died Saturday, Nov. 3, 1990 at Seneca Nursing Home. There were no prior calling hours. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 10 at the First Pres­ byterian Church of Perm Yan. The Revs. Claire and Gary Brooks will officiate. Burial will be in Bellona Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Weldon Funeral Home. Mrs. Turner was boi^ July 8, 1903 in Penn Yan, the d a u ^ ter of Fred and Susie Edgett Bush. She was a graduate of Keuka Col­ lege, Class of 1926, and was a retired home economks teacher. She was a member of the Keuka College Alumni Club, the First Presbyterian Church, where she was drurch organist for more than 40 years, and the Friendship Squares. She was predeceased by her hus­ band, Wesley R. Timer, and a son, John F. I\imer. She is survived by one son, William W. Tiiraer of Penn Yan; one daughter, Mra. Peter (Jean Anne) VanHome of Vestal; eight grandchildren; and four great-granddiildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Ihesbyterian Church. Keuka College or the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital Foundation. CAROLE. GAGE IRENE BRrmNGHAM PENN YAN — Mrs. Carol E. Gage, 67, of 2022 North Ave., Penn Yan, d i ^ Friday, Nov, 2,1990 at her residence. Friends were received Nov. 6 at the Weldon Funeral Home, where a memorial service followed calling hours. The Rev. Barbara Gifford officiated. Burial is in Branchport Cemetery. Mrs. Gage was bora June 18, 1933 in the Ibwn of Italy, the dau^ter of Lewis and Florence Hughner Dunton. She was a member of the Penn Yan Lodge Women of the Moose. STEPHEN P.WOOD FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phone 536-3391 201 East Elm Street Penn Yan (Off Street Parking) KEUKA PARK — Mrs. Irene *Suzy* Brittingham, 41, of Chestnut Street, Keuka Park, died Sunday, Nov. 4, 1990 at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Elmira. There were no prior calling hours. The funeral service was this morning (Wednesday, Nov. 7) at the Weldon Funeral Home, with the Rev. Bradford D. Hunt officiating. Burial will be in RushviUe Cemetery. Mrs. Brittingham was bora July 16, 1949 in Canandaigua, the daughter of Lawrence and Irene Robinson Whit- beck. She was employed at Keuka Col­ lege. She was predeceased by a daughter, Brenda, and a brother, Robert Perry. She is survived by her husband. Raymond R. Brittingham; one son, Raymond, Jr. of Keuka Park; one daughter, Wendy Brittingham of Penn Yan; her mother, Irene Whitbeck of Penn Yan; two grandchildren; four brothers, Lawrence Perry of Missouri, Donald Perry of North Carolina, Ronald Perry of Penn Yan, and Wil­ liam Whitbeck of RushvUle; three sis­ ters, Dolores Kaiser of Penn Yan, Sivia Fitt of RushviUe, and Laura Hilkert of Penn Yan; and several nieces and nephews. Sympathy Flowers traditional symbol of love and caring. HILLCREST HORTICULTURAL CENTER Ol^lettoia WsridwidcDeliwcy Wc.st on Havens Corners Road Open Mon.-Sat. 9-6 536-9560 Ample Parklnc WE DO UIXIVER TH E NIELSEN GRANITE CO jn ^ in f Jack Nielsen, Owners OUR 27th YEAR Serving All of New York State & Northern Pennsylvania 113 E. Lake Rd. ol />, „ ■ , C L • „ ^ ------- — ------Penn Yan, NY OnlyMemonalShopmyatesCoumy Heated Showroom 536-8181 Heldon Funeral Home Incorporated R. Bruce Cousins Complete Central Air Conditioning 102E. MolnSt. 536*3355 Penn Yon Hay wagon jolts off 20; 17 injured DRESDEN — Seventeen people Fifteen people were treated for were ii;jured after 20 people were scrapes a t Soldiers and Sailors tossed from a haywagon a t ap- Memorial Hospital in Penn Yan, proximately 10 o’clock Saturday while two women suffered broken night, Nov. 3, during a retreat at bones. the Salvation Army camp on Leslie Bush, 21, o f Coming, was Seneca Lake. treated for a broken collarbone The Yates County Sheriff’s and released, and Ellen Hughson, Department reports th a t a trac- 20, of Zurich Road, Lyons, suf- tor-drawn wagon was heading fared a broken shoulder. Hughson down a steep section of Downey was admitted to the hospital for Road when it started to sway and treatment. bounce on the road, and the riders The driver, Bruno St. Denis, 47, were jolted off. Most o f the 20 pas- of Long Point Road, the camp’s sengers were between the ages of caretaker, was not injured in the 16 and 21, i t was reported. incident, i t was reported. ~ P enn Y an P o U ce — Keith Wright, 46, 1234 Larzelere leged to have subjected an 8-year-old Road, Penn Yan, was charged at 2:26 boy on three separate occasions in p.m. on Oct. 24 with petit larceny. April and May, to sexual contact at a Police state that Wright allegedly Penn Yan motel, took three packages of meat from The County Court warrant was is- Acme Market worth approximately sued alter the Grand Jury indictment. $13 without paying for them. Thomas was committed, without W ri^t was issued an appearance bail, to the Yates County Jail and is- ticket to appear in Penn Yan Village sued an appearance tideet for Penn Court. Yan Village Court. . . . . . . . T.. Tino Rivas, 18, 114 Wagener St., A Coral Gables, FL, man was arres- yan, was arrested on Oct. 26 and ted on sexual abuse charges and a fifih chaiged with third degree assault and degree possession of s controlled sub- criminal nuschief. stance charge at 7 a.m. on Oct. 25. gj^te that Rivas was arrested Glenn Thomas, 25, Coral Gales, FL, fou^v^ing a complaint signed by a vil- WM pkked up in Miami, FL. by viUage , that he had reportedly as- pohee on a superior court warrant is- her on Oct. 24. sued by Yates County Judge Patrick pleased on a $1,000 Falvey for criminal possession of a property bond, controlled substance. Police report that Thomas was being Kiric, 40, Stape Road, Penn held in Miami on local charges and Yan, was arrested on alcohol-related upon his release reportedly waived ex- <iriving offenses at 1:48 a.m. on Oct. traoitian and was transported back to 27 , According to police, Kirk was stop- Poli« also state t ^ t upon his ar- ^ allegedly speeding on Liberty nval m Penn Yan, T^m as was ar- gtreet. and was reportedly found to be raigned on a w i^ant issued by Penn intoxicated condition. Yan Village Justice Danny Hibbard for ^^g speeding, three counts of sexual abuse m the , . , . , . . . first degree driving while intoxicated, and having According to poUce, Thomas was ® blood-alcohol content of more that charged alter a five-month investiga- percent. tion by the Penn Yan and Coral Gables K** *^8 issued an appearance Police departments in whidi he is al- ticket for Penn Yan Village Court. ------------ S k ^ R iF F ------------- On Nbnday, Oct. 16, Yates County fully engulfed, it was reported. No one SherilTs deputies responded to a was at home at the time of the fire, report of a mobile home fire at 300 Naples and Brandiport Fire Clute Road in Naples. The home is a Departments provided mutual aid at 1978 model owned by William Tbdd of the fire scene. 'The cause of the fire Naples. was investigated by the Yates County The structiure sustained heavy Fire Investigation Team, damage from heat, fire and smoke. There were no occupants at the time of The following week, the Yates Coun- thefire. Investigation Team reported that both trailer fires were caused by a heat tape. Naples Fire and Ambulance Squads The team urges, I f you operate a responded to the scene. The cause of heat tape, we would urge you to check the fire was investigated by the Yates over the installation.' The team offers County Fire Investigation Tbam. the following information. Another trailer fire was reported on Thursday, Oct. 18 at approximately ‘Replace it if there are any breaks 9:50 p.m. When the Prattsburg Fire or deterioration from age or location. Department arrived at the scene, 2672 The manufacturer provides you with a Italy Hill Tiirapike, the trailer was life expectancy, do not continue to use it beyond that time limit. I ' ‘Do not install with an nverlanninir ISIRTHS * ‘Do not kink or twist the tape when A daughter. Margaret Mae, was installing, bora Sept. 4, 1990 at the 42nd Strategic Hospital, Loring Air Force “Be sure it is not rubbing on other Base, Limestone, ME, to SSgt David objects that could cause wearing of in- and Amy (Howell) McAdams. sulation. Maternal grandparents are Warren “If you need to use an extension and Wanda Howell of Dundee. cord, be sure to use one heavy enough Paternal grandparents are Richard forthe electricalload. andPhyllisMcAdamsofDundee. “B« smoke detectors are _______________ checked and operating.” A daughter, Mollie Lee VaoBuskirk, ^ I ■ I weighing 7 pounds, was bora Oct. 16, —\ A' A M F R f % / C i € 1990, to Janice Knecht and Robert w VanBuskirk of Dresden. KEUKA LAIQl WATER LEVELS Maternal grandparents are Mariam 1990 1989 1985 Masteller of Pen-i Yan and Lewis Oct. 29 ........... 714.10 713.40 713,40 Knecht of Pennsylvania. Oct. 30 ........... 714.06 713.40 713.40 Paternal grandparents are Mar- Oct. 31 ........... 714.00 713.40 713.40 garet Maysonet of Candor, and Leon Nov. 1 ............. 714.00 713.40 713.35 VanBuskirk of Dresden. Nov. 2 ............. 714.00 713.40 713.35 _______ _ Nov. 3 ............. 713.96 713.40 713.36 A daughter, Meaghan Rachelte, Nov. 4 ............. 713.96 713.45 713.36 weighing 9 pounds, 11V« ounces, was - u n • r bora Nov. 1. 1990 at CVPH Hospital in g m f , ( j l h r O t l t f I p - K X p T f f iS Plattsburgh, to Sgt. Frank P. and * (USPS-109-960) Kathrine (Finch) Bogardus of Plat- The Chronicle-Express is published every tsburgh AFB. ^ e s d e y by Gieenhow NewspspCT Cotp.csie 1. 0.1. F in c h o f P e n n Y a n . „ 13 g Msin Slreel, Pam Ysn, New York 14527. Paternal grandparents are Frank P. ..d E l l . L. B.g.rdu. of P .„n Y „ . ---------- U.S. - 6 monOts ‘15.00,12 tnonihs *19.00, Single. A daughter, Kendra Louise, was copy si newssund 3S4, by msil'1,00. Outside the bora Oct. 20. 1990, to Kenneth and Condncntil U.S, phone for cuirent subscription Randi (’I\jrner) Belanger of 8439 West Seldon Lane, Peoria, AZ. Second Qiss official entry at Pam Yin, New Maternal grandparents are William Yodt Poet Office 14527. W.Md Cheryl l\im er of Penn Yan. POSTMASTER: Send address chinses to The Maternal great-grandparents are Oironicle-Ea^s. 138 Main Street, Penn Yan, Gladys Turner of Penn Yan and Har- New York 14527 vey and Sophia Haynes of Sun City West, AZ. American Publishing Company of N.Y. F R I D A Y F E A T U R E C S -S>C j C ^ ^ SAVE 30% \ O^Tthem Isfes ~ Ctdssic ^{e'W 'EngCand ~ VanderBUt ~ CoCCege Eoint Sale prices valid on Friday November 9th only!!! LDIVNir ^ 131 MainStreet,PennYan,NY«&36-3171 m m STORE HOURS: Mor^.-Sat. 6:30-5; Frl. 8:30^5:30 m m i YEHH! NIFTY! R o n K e n v ille's 50 N o v . 6 STOP! Are you, your family, your home and valu­ ables protected? 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