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I . t \ I :\ Page 2 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., February 6,1991 O b l T U A R k s ARTHUR E . BROWN PENN YAN — Arthur E. Brown, 80. of 110 Chapel St., Penn Yan, died Tuesday, Jan. 29. 1991 a t The Homes­ tead. A graveside service was planned at the convenience of the family at the Memory Gardens in Latham. Arran­ gements were handled by the Weldon Funeral Home. Mr. Brown was born July 16, 1910 in Albany, the son of Delancey and Helen Dii^ert Brown. He was a retired electrician and was a member of the Urbana Lodge #459 F&AM and the Altamont Fire Com­ pany. He was predeceased by his wife, Helen Morrison Brown; four daughters, Doris Areford of Dundee, Sally Robinson of Haromondsport, Prudence Rappalee of Tblarosa, NM, and lynetta Trudeau of Mt. Morris; 12 grandchildren; eight great-granddiild- ren; one brother, Andrew Brown; and three sisters, Irene Walters, Gladys LaBarr and Ruth Kocienski. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation or the American Cancer Society. Hunt, pastor of the Penn Yan United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial is in Lakeview Cemetery. Mrs. Smart was boi-n April 8, 1920 in Penn Yan, the daughter of Chris and Mary Petersen Olsen. She was a dental assistant in Penn Yan for many years for Dr. Reilly, and was a retired employee of Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. She is survived by her husband, James; one son, Kermeth N. Maloy of Waterboro, ME; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Sasso and Miss Martha Ol­ sen, both of Penn Yan; and one brother, Clifford Olsen of Virginia. Memorial contributions may be made to the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital Foundation. HARRY W. SORENSEN SANFORD, ME — ET 1st Class Harry W. Sorensen, 27, of 31 Ashmont St., Sanford, ME, died Friday, Feb. 1, 1991, at the Portland (ME) Hospital, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was a native of Penn Yan. The funeral mass was held Feb. 5 at Most Holy Trinity Church in Saco, ME, with burial in Laurel Hill JAMES F. HURLBURT RUSHVILLE — James F. Huriburt, 80, of Bagley Road, Rushville, died Wednesday, Jan. 30,1991 at his home. Friends were received Feb. 1 a t the John C. Johnson Funeral Home, Inc. in Canandaigua, where the funeral service was held Feb. 2. Burial is in Evergreen Cemetery, Bristol. Mr. Huriburt was a lifelong resident of the Canandaigua area. He worked most of his life as a farmer and also drove taxi at one time for Helen’s Taxi of Canandaigua. He was predeceased by his wife, Mable, in 1968, and a son, John, in 1984. He is survived by two sons, James Huriburt of Branchport and Raymond Huriburt, Sr. of Canandaigua; seven daughters, Mrs. Jack (Jean) Robinson of Branchport, Janet Priest of Canan­ daigua, Mrs. Charles (Judy) Boop of Canandaigua, Mrs. LeRoy (Joyce) Bennett of Middlesex, Mrs. Gordon (Josephine) Priest of Canandaigua, Mrs. Kenneth (Jackie) Hampton of Springwater, and Mary Murphy of Naples; 38 grandchildren; 26 great­ grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews, Memorial contributions may be made to the Middlesex Ambulance Corps. ELEANOR SMART Cemetery, Saco. Arrangements were handled by the Code Funeral Home in Saco. Mr. Sorensen was bom in Penn Yan, the son of John and Mary Ruth Weeks Sorensen. He was a 1982 graduate of Lakeland High School in Jeryman, PA. He had been a resident of Sanford since October 1990, coming from Washington, DC. He was in the Navy at the time of his death, assigned to the White House Communications Agency at Kennebunkport, ME, the summer White House, providing direct communications support to President Bush and Vice President Quail with ‘Around the World Communications’’. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal, the Joint Service Achievement Medal, and the Joint Service Meritorious Unit Award with two Oak Leaf Clusters, as well as the Joint Service Commendation Medal and the Presidential Service Badge. He is survived by his parents, John and Mary Ruth Sorensen of Ovid; his wife, Arm Labrecque Sorensen; one brother, John of Ptdmyra; two sisters, Mrs. James (Connie) Framboni and Kristina Sorensen, both of Ovid; his maternal graodroother, Ruth Weeks of Ovid; and his paternal grandmother. Astrid Sorensen of Penn Yan. FRANCES M. VOAK WATERBORO, ME — Mrs. Eleanor Smart, 70, of West Road, Waterboro, ME, formerly of Penn Yan, died Friday, Feb, 1, 1991. Friends were received Feb. 4 at the Townsend-Wood Funeral Chapel in Penn Yan, where the funeral seryice was held Feb. 5. The Rev. Bradford D. STEPHEN P.WOOD FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phone 536-3391 201 East Elm Street Penn Yan (Off Street Parking) PENN YAN — Mrs. Prances M. Voak, 64, of 1127 Route 14A, Penn Yan, died Thursday, Jan. 31, 1991 at Penn Yan Manor Nursing Home. Friends were received Feb. 3 a t the Ibwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Feb. 4 at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Churdi, with burial in Goriiam was boni'April 7,^1926 in (jeneva, the daughter of Lester and (Sertrude McGuire. She was a member of St. Michael’s Church and the Benton Fire Depart­ ment Auxiliary, and a past member of the BPOE#1722 DOES. She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Robert; three sons, Daniel R. and Michael E. Voak, both of Penn Sympathy Flowers traditional symbol of love and caring. HILLCREST HORTICULTURAL CENTER Ol^efloia WxUwideDdheiy ( rarre I \G U lt^ THE NIELSEN GRANITE CO. Fred & Jack Nielsen, Owners OUR 27th YEAR Serving All of New Ywk State f f ' E. Lake Rd. & Northeni Pennsflvaiiia A NY OnlyMemrialSkopinYaiesCounty Heated Showroom 536-81^1 Weldon Funeral Home Incorporated R. Bruce Cousins Complete Central Air Conditioning 102 E. Moin St. 536-3355 PenrtYon Yan, and Jeffrey J. Voak of four granddaughters; two sisters, Mrs. William (Maiy Martha) E d ^ of Geneva and Mrs. Donald (Rita) Insley of Wellsville; one brother, Lester Mc­ Guire of Rochester; and several nieces and nephewa. Memorial contributions may be made to the Benton Fire Department. FRANCIS G. MADIGAN PENN YAN - Francis G. Madigan, 61, of 149 Seneca St., Penn Yan, died Thursday, Jan. 31, 1991 at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Friends were received Feb. 3 a t the Weldon Funeral Home, where the funeral service was held Feb. 4. Burial is in Lakeview Cemeteiy. Mr. Madigan was bom Jan. 16,1930. in Geneva, the son of Samuel (3. and Estella Madigan. He was a veteran of the Array Air Corps. He is survived by his wife, Shirley; one son, Samuel of Penn Yan; four daughters, Mrs. Roger (Theresa) Hurlbert of Geneva, Patricia Madigan of Penn Yan, Mrs. Ronald (Aleaia) Hurlbert of Penn Yan, and Mrs. Robert (Melody) Petersen of Penn Yan; 15 grandchildren; seven great-grand­ children; three brothers. Bernard of Penn Yan, George of Georgia and Steven of Addison; two sisters, Mrs. Dean (Joyce) Thompson of Florida and Mrs. Wffiiam (Mary) Allen of Penn Yan; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. p.m., Thursday, Feb. 7 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, East Swamp Road, Potter, with the Rev. Norma Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Little Church Cemetery at the convenience of the family. M r Allen was a life resident of Scoon Road, where he owned and operated a farm. He was a member of John’s Lutheran Church and the Church Council. He also was a mem­ ber of the New York State Farm Bureau, the New York State Grange and the Yates County Cooperative Ex­ tension. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and belonged to the Na­ tional Rifleman’s Association. He is survived by his wife, Marion Hey Allen; three sons. Roger of Stan­ ley, James of Geneva, and Larry of Penn Yan; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Memorial contributions may be made to the St. John’s Lutheran Church Memorial Fund or the Stan- ley-Hall-Gorham Ambulance. ROSE M. LOFGREN LOTTIE B. OLSEN RUSHVILLE — Mrs. U ttie B. Ol­ sen, 106, formerly of GUbert Street, Rushville, died Wednesday, Jan. 30, 1991 at ’liie Homestead in Penn Yan. Friends were received Feb. 2 a t the Kermeth J. Perkins Funeral Home in Gorttam. The funeral service followed calling hours at the funeral home. Burial will be in Rushville Cemetery in the spring. Mrs. Olsen was bom Oct. 11, 1884 in the Ibwn of Geneva, the daughter of Charles and IsabeUe Burdus Smith. She is survived by one son, Henry Olsen of Dresden; one daughter, hCldred Black of Canandaigua; 10 grandchildren; several great and great-great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Robson-Savage American Legion Post or the Middlesex Valley Ambulance Corps. PENN YAN — Mrs. Rose M. Lofgren, 99, of 127 H Cornwell St., Penn Yan, died Sunday, Feb. 2, 1991at the Rochester Friendly Home. Friends were received Feb, 4 a t the Weldon Funeral Home, where the funeral service was held Feb. 5. Burial is in Hope Cemeteiy, Coming. Mrs. Lofgren was bora Aug. 4, 1891 in Coming, the daughter of Ole and Marie Pedersen Nielsen. She was a member of the Penn Yan United Methodist Church. She was predeceased by hor hus­ band, John O. Lofgren and a daughter, Olga Miller. She is survived by a grandson. Ken­ neth Miller of Penn Yan; a granddaughter, Mrs. George (Barbara) Hill, n i of Rochester, four great­ grandchildren; and five great-great­ grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Rochester Friendly Home. MILDRED SMITH BURLIN S. ALLEN BENTON — BurUn S. Allen, 78, of 2030 Scoon Road, Town of Benton, died Monday, Feb. 4, 1991 at Geneva General Hospital after a long illness. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today (Wednesday, Feb. 6) a t the Ken­ neth J. Perkins Funeral Hoeqe in Gor­ ham. The funeral service will be at 2 PENN YAN — Mrs. Mildred Cole Smith, 94, formerly of Elm Street, Penn Yan, died Saturday. Fob. 2, 1991 at the Penn Yan Mo.ior Nursing Home. Friends were received Feb. 5 a t the 'Ibwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel. The funeral service followed calling hours, with the Rev. Claire Brooks officiating. Burial is in Lakeview Cemeteiy. Mrs. Smith was born July 4. 1896 in Penn Yan, the daughter of Ralph A. and Amelia C. Schojan Cole. She was secretary for Attorney Charles W. Kimball until her retire­ ment. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. •• i lui .■ She was predeqcasqd'4^ husband,.-. Clarence R. Smith, in. September 1979. ' > i> She is survived by several cousins. Tips on calling in em e r g e n c ies given PENN YAN — Sheriff Jan Scofield of Yates Ckjunty is reminding all citizens of certain proper procedures to use when calling in an emergency. 'lYie sheriff says, “The time to familiarize yourself with emer­ gency call-in procedures is now. Waiting for an emergency to hap­ pen before learning how to handle one can lead to danger.” “The very first step in preparing for an emergency is to make sure that you have all emergency phone numbers and information readily accessible near the tele­ phone,” the sheriff notes. Num­ bers included should be the num­ bers of the sherifi' and fire de­ partments, physician and the nearest poison control center. Also, the officer handling the call can help by offering interim advice over the phone or by call­ ing on other agencies that might be needed, such as ambulances, rescue squads, or fire department. The easiest way to give direc­ tions, Sheriff Scofield says, is to give the street name and house number. Landmarks and cross­ streets can also be helpful to the officer. It is very important that a caller be specific. “Currently Yates County does not have an emergency 911 sys­ tem, so do not dial 911 in case of an emergency,” the sheriff stres- “There are four important facts needed by your law enforcement agency when you do call: name, telephone number, nature of call, and the location,” .says Sheriff Scofield. “Time is very crucial,” he stres­ ses. “Agencies try to be fast and efficient, but they need the citizens’cooperation.” Presently county officials are working with the sheriff in study­ ing the feasibility of establishing a county-wide 911 system. “An emergency can occur anytime,” Scofield says and “in order for your sheriff to serve you best, there must be public preparation and cooperation,\ he concludes. BlRTks The dispatcher needs the cal­ ler’s name and phone number in case there is a need to call back to confirm calls or receive better directions. The deputy must know what the nature of the call is for his or her own safety, says the sheriff, noting that “law enforcement per­ sonnel must know of inherent danger in an emergency situation before they arrive a t the site.” A son, Ryan Andrew, weighing 6 pounds, 3 ounces, was bom Oct. 27, 1990, and was a^pted by Andy and Sandi (Bosch) Siwak of Himrod, on Oct. 31,1990. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rohlin L. Bosch of (3eneva. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nick Siwak of Penn Yan. ShCRiFF- Richard H. Schouton, 55, was char­ ged with aggravated harassment in the third degree after a warrant was issued for his arrest from the Town of Tyrone in Schuyler County He was taken to the county line where he was turned over to Schuyler County officials. A daughter, Madison Claire, weigh­ ing 7 pounds, 11 ounces, and 20 inches long, was bom Jan. 28, 1991 at Genesee Hospital, to Bob and Joan (Lambert) Osgood. Maternal grandparents are Ed and Eleanor Lambert of Del Norte, CO, formerly of Penn Yan. Paternal grandparents are Wayne and Joan Osgood of Alexandria, VA. (USPS-1O9-9C0) The ChronlcIc-ExpreM is published every Wcdncsdiy by Greenhow Newspepert. Corpo­ rate otTIccs ere milnlelncd i l »S Canlsleo Street, llorncll, New York 14S4y. Offiecs are malnUIiKd al 13S Main S ired, Penn Yan, New York 14527. The Sheriff’s Department is cur­ rently investigating a h it and run ac­ cident involving a bicycle and a truck that occurred on Monday, Jnn. 28. They are looking for a 1988 or newer Ford truck that is dark green with sil­ ver sides and a fuel lank in the back. Anyone having any information con­ cerning this truck or accident is urged to contact the Yates County ShcrifT Department at 315-536-4438. Subscription raid! Yates County - 6 moniha *9.tM, 12 monihe 'It.OO, Elsewhere In Ihc Con- llnenlal U.S. - i months *15.90, 12 monlhi *19,00. SinsJe copy s i newssisnd 35s. by mail *1.00. 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