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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, August 28, 1985, Image 9

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In The Service Cadet Elizabeth Breyton daughter of Alain M and Anne M Breyton. 20 Lynacres Blvd . Fayetteville. received practical work in military leadership at the Army ROTC advanced camp at Fort Bragg. N C The six-week camp, attended by cadets normally between their third and fourth year of college, includes instruction in communications, management and survival training • Cadet James F Hahn III. son of James F and Elizabeth Hahn Vassar Drive. Manlius. received practical work in military leadership at the J S Armv ROTC advanced camp. Fort Bragg. N (\ Successful comple­ tion of the advanced camp and graduation from college results in a commission as a second lieutenant in either the I' S Army. Army Reserve or Na tional Guard for the cadet • Navy Seaman Recruit Terrv J Boehmer. son of James R and Phyllis R Boehmer. 412 East Ave . Minoa. recently reported for duty with the battleship Pre- commissioning t'nit Missouri based at Long Beach. Cal He joined the Navy in January • Air Force Staff Sgt John J Breslm has arrived for duty at Elmendorf Air Force Base. Alaska Sgt Breslin an antenna installation maintenance tech­ nician with the 1931st Informa­ tion Systems Wing, was previ­ ously assigned at (JrifTiss Air Force Base His wife. Cindy is the daugh­ ter of Bruce F and Joyce A Manser. 7303 Kirkville Rd . East Syracuse • Nancy L. Card, daughter of Gerald and Patricia Card. 301 McCool Ave.. East Syracuse, has been promoted in the Air Force to the rank of senior airman She is a dental assistant at Hanscom Air Force Base. Mass.. and a 1982 graduate of East Syracuse-Mmoa High School • Air Force Airman 1st Class David J Hathaway. Whetstone Rd . Manlius has arrived for OPEN HOUSE September 5th 7:00 p.m. 305 Vine St. Liverpool, N. Y. 13088 High School Juniors & Seniors SAT Long range program of up to one year. LIVE CLASSES begin 11th* Sept. •TEST-1N-TAPE* LIBRARY •REINFORCEMENT TEST •HOMESTUDY PACKET Call: 451-2970 EDUCATIONAL CENTER ITQ •With sufficient enrollment duty in South Korea Airman Hathaway, a security specialist with the 8th Tactic&L-Eighter Wtng. was previously assigned at Gnffiss Air Force Base in Rome He is a 1982 graduate of Fayettevillle-Manlius High School • Sgt James J Fowler, son of Robert H and Jane A Fowler. 16 Tyler Ct . Manlius. has graduated from the Air Force aircraft fuel systems mechanic course at Chanute Air Force Base. Ill He is scheduled to serve with the 363rd Component Repair Squadron at Shaw Air Force Base. S.C Cadet Randal J Shorr son of Mama S Shorr. 3 Kevan Circle. Manlius. received practical work in military leadership at the U S Army ROTC advanced ramp Fort Bragg. N C Successful completion of the advanced c&my and graduation from colleee^results in a com­ mission as a second lieutenant in either the V S Army. Army Reserve or National Guard for the ( adet Airman Esther R. Johnson, daughter of Margaret© H. Lewis, 128 West Pleasant St.. Manlius has been assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, after completing Air Force basic training. She will now receive specialized In­ struction In the dental field. She Is a 1980 graduate of Lakenheath American High School. England. {Bring amity! to Oswego €kmnty ,iS<V. oft nato/iea^AiAfanf CUCKO- OU/Z, Lake (ht zwutr (mi rwttfc (M tk& Mwam and numi M vt/rieu anrtfow on ficdtowArtti&r Com&cfu y+rwr w- mceontfte Eveuptewtt aUmemfk— ftot to vacation, ifa '& aatiedu#&. Send M, r Sand »o a *ai«C*«^CIW«*wotCo <MM «ta.lnc \*A mm Second Str—t Owigo, **** vorfc U<» im NY. NAME ADDRESS FARM MARKET til OPEN EVERYDAY Mon -Sat 9 a.m.-6 p.m . Sun 10 am -5 p.m. Cedar Bay Rd., Fayetteville 446-3084 Still Plenty of: Fresh Picked Butter & Sugar SWEET CORN Labor Day Picnics!' Homegrown - Red, Firm & Meaty TOMATOES 1 Ut ol the 1985 CROP CRISPY & JUICY APPLES (Perfect for Lunch Boxes) We carry Fresh Dairy Products & Fresh Bak^ed Breads. Dried Fruits. Nuts & Trail Mixes c»a*, t*. m »A«M JttAEMT en m «3 c Late Summer Events OSWEGO SPEEDWA Y BiMftwtfMrMcxftfM 200 •August 31 •4GOPM Intarnational Classic 20Q for Sup«r-Modif»sds September 1 • 12:00 P.M. Total Prize Money $200,000 Waakand of History LABOR DAY ARTS FESTIVAL FORT ONTARIO OswVQO. N V August 31 — September 2 Noon —5:00 P.M. Anttqus Car Snow • Tr«<3ttionai Crafts Oamoa Fort Guard Ordls • Art A Craft Otsplays/Sala Food • Manns Mussum Exfubrt • Movias. Entartamment Sponsorad by Fort Ontario Stat* Historic Srta Oswago Art GuOd Hantaga Foundation of Osw«eo Oswsgo County Historical Society i3th Annual Millar 10-MILE FULTON ROAD RACE Cartifisd Course • TAC Sanctionad September 8 1 0:00 A.M. at Racrsatton Park • Fulton N V Co-sponsor*d by Uta Baar from Millar and th« Futton Parmanant Fireman Banavolant Association Annual Ganasaa Crrv STATE BP OSWEGO COUNTY SALMON•TARIO DERBY Eastern Lake Ontario & Tributaries featuring PULASKI The Salmon Capital of New York State September 13,14, & 15 THOUSANDS IN CASH & MERCHANDISE PRIZES) 24-Hour Oswego County FISHING HOTLINE (315) 342 -LURE 11 th Annual Grsatar Pulaski Chambar of Commarc* SALMON FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 13,14,415 Community Can tar • Pulaski. N Y ^ Family Fun • Arts a Crafts PLUS: \~ law—. Hsaflqmrtari OwnqoCounty rastoncaj Sootty Cast TM Street Oswgo I. Brtwaiton History a* Soocty, Bnwcfton NrtOaMtNMsrkSari. loot el East 7tt Street Oswtgo H. 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