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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, September 18, 1985, Image 14

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= Limestone glows when heated — that's the \limelight\ CD — «s Rachel Nettleton shows Maniius Mayor Arkie Al- • banese during a recent picnic in Milt Run Parte tu Mill Run Picnic Provides Fun, Facts limestone glows when heated —creating the \limelight. \That was only one of the fascinating beta explained on Saturday as the Maniius Historical Society and the Discovery Center Sci­ ence museum combined to hold a picnic in Mill Run Park in Man­ iius Residents who attended learned about the limestone that underlies our area plus some (cp 7 Family Dentistry * Dr. George M. Mackor, D.D.S Our gentle care and professional staff will soothe your apprehensions Children are very special to us \ The Market Place Rt. 92. Maniius, N.Y. 13104 tdtmrlv behind Fisher Bern 1 682*6750 PaMclpimig tn CSEA. POMCO. Medicaid GHI A Bhte Croat Bh*e Shield Insurant* Prt^ramt w All major insurance plans wekome [N, Hour*. Mori -Tue* Wed -Fn 8 J0-6p nv.Sat 8.XM p m yrf V^Q*v Foe your convenience Thurv everungs 6 to 9 p m X Brought to you through tfee courtesy of P&C LUNCH MENU Fayettevflle-Manilus East Syracuse - Mlnoa it Sloppy Joe on a Bun Ktaftata/ Sauarttraut/Bun ButtareO Graan Baana Buttarad Masrwd Potato* Bluabarry Cafes wrth Whipped Top­ ping. Mi*. » Fi»h on * Bun Grttiao Cftaase Sandwtctv Macaroni Salad Buttarad Com. CrtBtad Aaaortad Frwta Ui%. Saptaoatevn Hot Matt Bad Sandwich Sauitg* Sandwich. Potato Putts. Buttarad Oraan Baana. Cru&ad Paactws. Mitk. September 24 Taco/Crteete/Lettuce. Hot Baal Sandwicn/Oravy. Buttered Pass/ Carrots. JeSo/Fruft. Mitk Saptetnfcvr 2$ Pizza. Chaasanngara, Pork Cat- aaroto. bread antf butter. Chat Salad. Aaaortad Oixfe Cupa. UiXk. Saptambar is Gotd«r» Chickan Pania on a Ron ptam or WOtem. Vegetatria Stii «tt>p. Aaaortad truit. mdk Septeffibar20 Hot Meal Ban Sandwich Toated Vaoatabto aalad WZasty Dressing Frua futca. Craantf Pudding. mtioui September 23 Foot Long Hot Dog in a Ron Own Baked Beans. Fruit Juice. Assorted trutt. mdk September 24 Golden Chicken Nuggets VKVanad dtps. Dinner rot. Seasoned Mixed Vegetable*. Assorted tnUl milk September 25 Cruncriy Fish on a Roil Goidan F ranch Fnes. Spicy Apple* aauca Jetto W/trutt. mi* Be A Price Champion Shop P&C 119 W. Seneca SL Maniius Perry Foran Returns For Visit Chief Master Sergeant L Perry Foran. a former Fayet teville resident returned to the area September 9 Sgt Foran. a 1950graduate uf Fayette vr He High School and a career Air Force officer ts re­ turning from a tour of duty in Turkey He and his wife. Geor­ gia, will attend the September 21 wedding of his nephew. Terr ence Foran Jr The Air Force officer has spent many years away from this area including two tours of duty in Vietnam After a final tour of duty in Texas, he will retire The sergeant will stay at the home of his sister, Rosalie Essi. while in the FM area Mrs. Essi said that he would welcome any calls from his old friends, 682- 8892 She hopes that with a little encouragement, her brother will chose Maniius for his retirement home Fred and Margaret Harris, owners off Harris Cleaners in Fayetteville, received diplomas from John Fehiner. center, when they completed a 32-hour course. The class instructed participants In the latest methods of drycleaning and garment maintenance. Mr. Fehiner is vice president of the Neighborhood Cleaners Assn.. which conducted the class. special remintscenses from Mayor Arkie AI banese Mr Albanese. who played along Limestone Creek as a boy and who was a trustee on the village board when the park property was purchased, recal­ led the early days when Maniius was a mill town, and the more recent events relating to the de­ velopment of the park by local residents Man lius Begins Story Hour Maniius Library will begin its next story hour series at 10-15 a.m both on Wednesday. Oc­ tober 2 and also on Thursday. October 3 at the library At the story hours, held for children three and four years old. the children's librarian will present exciting stones There will be a film at Che last session of the month Registration will be held at the first session Dryeleanere Complete Course The operators of Harris Cleaners tn Fayetteville were among those who successfully completed an education pro­ gram designed to keep particip­ ants abreast of changes in the drycleaning industry Fred and Margaret Hams and 24 other dry-cleaners and thetr employees received instruction in the latest methods of dryc­ leaning and garment mainte­ nance during the 32-hour class The program was conducted by the Neighborhood Cleaners Assn . a 3.800-member organt ration that covers nine states whose purpose is to provide reli­ able and up-to-date technical in­ formation on clothing care Mr Harris is a second genera turn drycieaner tn the Syraru- area- Regular visits to drycleaning operations by representatives >t the trade association help ke*-p members current with trend* f the industry and ensure pruf. - sionalism AdditionalU th. NCA ha s garment anal\>i- laboratones to provide evalua Hons on garment problem- Those completing th« < which met for eight evening •»• sions at Hams Cleaner* *<TI presented certificates b\ John Fehiner. who is vice president nf the trade assocta' i- >~ Offer Adult Seuing Alterations Taught Driving Course The 55 Alive/Mature driving course for people 50 years and older will be held at the Maniius Senior Centre. The class will meet from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. &unch will be served at noon on Tuesday and Thursday for a donation. Advance reservations cTJ^\^\\^^ &i Youth Routing Program Lneaday and TV„ \r:n • t 9 a m j „ at the Fayetteville Bowling Lanes Youth ages eight thru seniors in A program teaching the par- make an appointment Ucipant to alter his or her own Since the program began -r clothing is offered free of charge September 1984, she has fitted by the Maniius Senior Centre and supervised work on numer Emma Shangle. who worked ous items of clothing, from pin 25 years for the Addis Co . will mng a hem to tapering slacks «»r be at the center from 10 am skirts to resetting sleeves t. until noon Tuesdays Interested narrowing lapels on a mans jai persons should call 682-5061 to tet t»o»B are required. VrKU wu- «7 — 7889 Tuesday. Wednesday and TK « Viiu—«r M I V I Thursday between 10 a-m. and 4 ^ x Za^^ ^1°^ f^*™ and bowling at p-m- to sign up. wtSSE??*^ \ill beg\* the Saturday October 5 a * ^ 1985-86 bowling season with re- Sunday Brunch Lakeside Dining Served 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For Reservations, Please Call 655-9232 ^Qie Brew§ter Inn On Caxenovla Lake Cazenovta, New York (315)655-9232 high school are eligible if the> reside in the Fayetteville Maniius school district. The program will last approx imately 20 weeks and end with a Bowling Awards banquet in March. For further information, call the Village of Maniius re­ creational office, 682-7887. Paul T. Campbell Complete Remodeling Custom Building 656-7558 'You can be sure if you insure with Ernst <& Cooper, Inc. 226 Favette Street Maniius NY 13104 Ar'oss f»om tlx? Svw an Po«d Tel: (315) 682-5141 ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE & BONOS

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