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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, July 09, 1986, Image 17

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Father Dies George W. Moller J William Barrett. 76, of Pompano Beach, Fla , died July 5 Among his survivors are a daughter, Maryland Novak of Manlius, and three grandchil­ dren, Ronald, David and Sandra Novak, all of Manlius Services for George W. Moller Jr , 41, of Canastota, who died Monday, June 30, were held Thursday at Eaton-Tubbs Fun­ eral Home, Fayetteville. Mr. Moller was a Syracuse na­ tive and moved to Canastota three years ago. He formerly worked for Hullar Enterprises, Mclntyre Bros Paper Mill and Frank Tartagha Inc Mr. Moller served in the Navy. Surviving are his wife, the former Denise McAllister; two sons, John Moller of North Carolina and Andrew Moller of Canastota; a daughter, Joyce Moller of North Carolina; two stepchildren, Christy and Shane Marker, both of Canastota; his father, George Moller Sr. of North Chittenengo; and a sister, Lorraine Reed of Canastota. Obituaries Ernestine McDonald Former Minoa resident Er­ nestine McDonald, 87, died Thursday, July 3. Services were private. Burial was in Chenango Valley Cemet­ ery, Binghamton. Central New York's Largest Clock Shop 9- 8 Hour CLOCK • Special Store Hours • Saturday Only 9AM-5PM 8 Hours Only 8 Hours Only 8 Hours Only Guaranteed Lowest Prices Since 1984 Q Wtffjftery c^J^ Save On Every Item In The Store ^oB^ Floor Samples - Grand Father Clocks One Only - One Vfear Warranty No Lay-Away On These Kerns SOK 152 Cherry Cable Triple WAS $2,195 NOW $988 KTK 177 Oak Cable Triple WAS $1,695 NOW $888 SKL 262 Mahogany Chain West WAS $ 1,095 NOW $588 CTK 227 Cherry Chain Triple WAS $1,380 NOW $688 8 Door Busters Grand Father Clocks No Lay-Away On These herns 5 * 134 AHK Cherry Chain West Chime 6 * 332 ABT Cherry Chain West Chime 2 9 223 KTH Oak Cable Trip 7 # 160 AKT Oak Chain West Chime 2 * 208 Oak Cable Triple WAS $795 WAS $875 WAS $1,695 WAS $1,025 WAS $1,-995 NOW $388 NOW $388 NOW $888 NOW $488 NOW $988 Current \Over Stock\ Grand Father Clocks Lay-Away Available - Three 'near Warranty # 351 Cherry Cable Triple # 353 Oak Cable Triple # 335 Oak Cable Triple # 220 Mahogany Cable Triple # 274 Cherry Cable Triple WAS $1,450 WAS * 1,895 WAS $1,250 WAS $1,895 WAS $1,625 NOW $788 NOW $1,188 NOW $688 NOW $1,088 NOW $888 Just A Few Examples Of Reductions On Our Current Stock - Now Is Truly The Time To Buy! Tambour Mantel Oak Or Cherry REG. $249.50 NOW $138.88 Key Wind Regulator 1/2 Hour & Hour Strike W REG. $299 MOW $148.88 Quartz Wall \Long Drop\ 1/2 Hour & Hour Strike 7 Only REG. $179 NOW $48.88 Verichron Anniversary Clocks 18 Only $18.88 8 Day Cuckoo REG. $219 NOW $138.88 REG. $169 NOW $108.88 Hundreds in Stock Kitchen Type Wall Clock Values to §40 $12.88 B^tft^a Roman Kucil - Manufacturer's Rep from Howard Miller will be On Hand to Answer Questions. Our \Clock Doctor\ will be On Hand to Give Free On The Spot Clock Repair Estimates. Blaclf Forest Cbclf Shop* At Southard Mattress, Fayetteville Anniversary Clocks Hundreds in Stock Extra Sales Help All Day Long Free Delivery & Set (Jp On All Grand Father Clocks Within 50 Miles Of Our Store. On The Spot Financing Available All Items Subject To Prior Sale Fayettev die MJII 410 E. Genesee St FAYETTEVILLE 637-5811 ULick Foirti l»kxk Shop Born in Norwich, she had lived in the Syracuse area for 60 years. Surviving are a sister, Marion E. Leopold of Syracuse; a niece, Lucy G. Nugent of Liverpool; a nephew, F. Raymond McLaughlin of Alpine, Texas, and several grandnieces and grandnephews. Contributions may be made to the Minoa Ambulance Fund. Maurer ' Funeral Home, Liverpool, handled the ar­ rangements. Mr. Cummings Gene F. Cummings II, 10, of 3459 Apulia Rd., Jamesville, died Sunday, June 29 of injuries received in an automobile- bicycle accident. He was born in Syracuse and was a student at Jamesville Elementary School. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene F. Cummings; two brothers, Scott and Jason; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Ann Lamb of Jamesville; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wygant of Fulton; his paternal great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cummings of Jamesville; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Services were held Thursday at Sugar Funeral Home. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery. Pease Twins Melissa Ann and Johathan^ Michael Pease, infant twins of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pease, 7019 Xollamer Rd^, ^East Syracuse, died W£dlrie^dfly,'Julyi2^ ': -t * Services were private. Burial was in White Chapel Memory Gardens, DeWitt. Surviving in addition to their parents are their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Damon Baughton of DeWitt; their paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pease; their maternal great- grandmother, Edna Bennet of West Virginia, and their pater­ nal great-grandmothers, Almeda Levesque of Florida and Lois Pease of Camillius. Fairchild and Meech DeWitt Chapel handled arrangements. Mrs. Gideon Services for Rose Kosoff Gi­ deon, 59, of 112 Orvilton Dr., DeWitt, who died Monday, June 30, were held Wednesday at Birnbaum Funeral Chapel. Bu­ rial was in Beth El Cemetery. Mrs. Gideon was a life resi­ dent of the Syracuse area and worked as a commercial artist for many years. She was a 1948 graduate of the Syracuse Uni­ versity School of Fine Arts. She was a member of Temple Beth El, the Mizrachi women's organization and the SU Alumni Assn. Surviving are her husband, Hans J. Gideon; a son, David Gi­ deon of Fayetteville; a brother, William Kosoff of Syracuse; and a grandson, Joshua Scott Gi­ deon. Contributions may be made to Temple Beth El Mother Dies Evelyn G. Cieslicki, 71, of Spruce Grove Manna, Constan­ ts, died Wednesday, July 2. Surviving locally is a daughter, Barbara St. Hilaire of Manlius. Contributions may be made to the North Shore Ambulance Fund

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