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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, August 28, 1985, Image 10

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To Benefit Make-A-Wish The Make-A-Wish Founda­ tion of Central New York. Inc will benefit from a golf tourna­ ment to be held at Foxfire «Vil­ lage Green) golf course on Sun­ day. September 1 The 18-hole event will be li­ mited to 80 golfers They'll tee off between 11am and 1 30 p.m . The fee will cover the cost of their greens fees, golf cart and a steak dinner at Gregg's Re­ staurant. They will also be spon­ sored with the sponsor fees going to Make-AWtsh For more information, golfers should call Brenda O'Neill. 457-0883. or Gregg's 463-9307 Central New York Make-A- Wish is the recently formed area chapter of a nationwide argam cation whose sole purpose is to grant the wishes of terminally til children Wishes granted by Make-A-Wish chapters in the past have included such things as the purchase of a Cabbage Patch doll and a trip to Disney land Japanese Knotweed Polygonum cuspidatum Is a non desideratum, For a garden or a border. Bringing With it rank disorder Not a bamboo, almost worse. Very muck a garden curse Full of vigor, but no pith. Not a weed to trifle with Sena Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum • is a gar­ den escape For you non-gardeners that means that some unwary gardener brought it into the country as an orna­ mental shrub, and the plant has gone its own way It has gone far. growing in clumps and thickets along most of our roadsides It is a perennial, and spreads by its root It ranks with the Carp as an unfortunate introduction to North America Being a garden escape Japanese Knotweed. sometimes called Japanese Bamboo, is difficult to find in field guides It is not listed in the Peterson guides, but can be found in the Newcomb guide The best description of the plant is in Euell Gtbbor. - \Stalking the Wild Asparagus \ If those who read this col umn think that I am hooked on Euell Gibbons they aff­ right 1 am not a forager for wild foods, but 1 am impressed by his knowledge of particular plants He tried hard to make Japanese Knotweed into a combi nation fruit/vegetable, but was a little less than enthusias tic about it However, if you have lost your Joy of Cooking you can find a good recipe for pie-crust in Gibbon's section on Japanese Knotweed Japanese Knotweed LB a common roadside shrub If you cant find it, it's because you are not familiar with tt I have been watching it grow for months, waiting for it to bloom,when it is the most conspicuous Watch it throught he fall, it turns a beautiful shade of brown which I call Knotweed brown, for want of a better name If you have Japanese Knotweed in your garden, good lock. Treat it like Jerusalem Artichoke- Pull it all up and keep your fingers crossed. —SENEX Omtm .-- MARK SUMO^IMAN M«st* Phtmtmr Uc #198 0 Plumbing & Heal in i « FVUM6ING. KCATIMQ ft REFRIGERATION REPAIRS REPLACEMENT ft NEW MSTAUAftON WATER CONOlTiONMG HEATERS ft WEU WATER PVUP5 (GOULDS OEALERl 24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE 655-9811 In The Churches The Rev R Wayne Archer will preach at 10 am Sunday at DeWitt Community Church His sermon is \Look Behind Any Curtain \ Sunday School for in fants through sixth grade meets at 10 a m Radio worship is Sunday at 830 am on WEZGAM 1220 • Regular morning worship service at the Oran Community Church is at 930 am The Rev Roger H Strait's sermon will be \Armed for Battle \ There will be a coffee hour in Fellowship Hall following the worship ser­ vice . Worship begins at 930 a m at the United Church of Fayet teville, and the Rev C Philip Courtney will preach Weather permitting fellowship hour will be held in Memorial Garden Umted-Church is located at 310 East Genesee St in Fayetteville All facilities are accessible to the handicapped The Impossibility of Christ lamty\ will be the sermon by The Rev Robert 0 Browne at the 930 a m service of Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church on Sunday. September 1 Rev Browne is an associate executive with the Synod of the Northeast Nursery care will be provided for children up to four years • The Rev Dale Schneeberger will be the preacher at the 930 am service at the United Methodist Church of Fayet­ teville Nursery care will be pro­ vided and there is Enrichment for those through grade four Bruce Campbell will provide the special music A fellowship time will follow the service At the Chnst Church (Epis­ copal i. 407 East Seneca St . Manlius. the Rev Beverly Messenger-Hams will celebrate Holy Eucharist Rite II at 9 a m Nursery care is provided • At the First United Church of East Syracuse. 6641 Franklin Park Dr. there will be a com­ munion service at the rail with .the meditation \Rules That Freeze the Spirit \ Beginning Sunday September 8. church school resumes at 930 a m and worship will be at 11 a m A so­ cial hour follows worship every Sunday • At the Jamesville Federated Church. -United Methodist Presbyterian i 6300 East Seneca Tnpk the Rev Stewart Pollock will speak at the 1036am ser­ vice Sunday Children's church program is at 1030 also Plan Tourney The second annual Christian Brothers Academy Women's Golf Tournament will be Sep­ tember 16 at the Lake Shore Yacht and Country Club There will be a luncheon for both non-golfers and golfers Esther Cannizzo and Donna Stinziano are in charge of the event For more information call the school. 446-5960 An Lcumenicml Church Rettted to Baptist end Prabyleritn Churche* I NITED CHURCH OF FAYETTEVILLE JI0 E OencMx Street f-aycttrvtOe Snmmtt Sthrtfitir - hunity MonMp »J* «_m. SHMMT Lnratag Program • Qn4t% K-* ( hi tit ( ere and Fen timet Far Disabled Available ( Philip < ounnt) Pastor Church office 6VMIK6 Elizabeth Lyon Literacy Director Retires Elizabeth Lyon, executive di rector of Literacy Volunteers of Greater Syracuse, will be retir ing in September to move to Lewisburg. Pa . where her hus­ band has been transferred Mrs Lyon, a Manltus rest dent, joined Literacy Volunteers of Greater Syracuse in 1969. She served in a variety of volunteer capacities before becoming ad ministrative secretary in 1972 Under her leadership the agency expanded its services V> the community It became an af­ filiate of the United Way in 1977 Literacy Volunteers ex­ panded its nrogram of tutoring adult rlhterates to read by also teaching English as a second language to the foreign born In addition it developed a teen tutoring program with the Syra cuse schools Mrs Lyon is to receive the 1985 Central New York Inter national Literao Award This award is given annually to a local person who made a sig­ nificant contribution to the lit­ eracy effort in the community A reception in her honor will be h eld at the Genesee Inn Sep­ tember 17 7 \70/ ANNUAL PERCENTAGE • I /0 RATE FINANCING AVAILABLE ON ESCORT/LYNX, TEMPO/TOPAZ, MUSTANG/CAPRI, EXP, THUNDERBIRD/COUGAR, CROWN VICTORIA/GRAND MARQUIS, LTD/MARQUIS, F-150 THRU F-350 TRUCKS, ECONOLINE VANS AND CLUB WAGONS CASH ASSISTANCE: ESCORT/LYNX TEMPO/TOPAZ MUSTANG/CAPRI EXP LTD/MARQUIS T-BIRD/COUGAR CROWN VICTORIA/GRAND MARQUIS F-150 — F-350 TRUCKS ECONOLINE VANS CLUB WAGON TOWN CAR $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $1000 $750 * SPECIAL LEASE RATES ALSO AVAILABLE NYE FORD LINCOLN MERCURY RT.5.5 CORNERS. 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