OSWEGO VALLEY NEWS - FULTON. N.Y. — WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1974 "The Paper That's Read from Cover to Cover"
Twenty Cubs Leland Salsbury, new awards charge and all others $1.50 each.
chairman, and Ronald Shelton Number of people attending to be
Earn Awards were the auctioneers for the bake given to each den mother.
goods brought in by the cubs. Reverend Petrie led the group
In January These had been baked by the cubs in a prayer which gave thanks for
and fathers. Chairman Shelton the fellowship shared that evening
Cub Scout Pack No. 713, asked for two volunteers and and a blessing that all return
sponsored by the State Street Theresa Hopkins and Pauline safely home.
United Methodist Church, held its Cipriano assisted by putting
regular pack meeting on January ceiling prices on the bake goods. If
22. the bids reached that price, the
The meeting was opened by bidding was stopped, the item was Warren Is Cited
Chairman Ronald Shelton in the sold and a new one was auctioned
absence of David Edwards, off. The pack received ap- By Insurance Firm
Cubmaster. The meeting began proximately $30 in profit from the
with the Pledge of Allegiance to sales. Wayne Visconti, In- Modern Woodmen of America
the Flag of the United States of stitutional Representative, representative Ross W. Warren,
America. collected the money from the Fulton, earned membership in the
Awards were given out to those sales of baked goods during the fraternal insurance society's
cubs who had earned them during auction. leading production club, the
the last month. Those qualifying Chairman Shelton and Mr. President's Club, in 1973.
for awards include: Robert Visconti handed out the balance of He won a place in the select
Bristol - Wolf Badge, Todd Pine Wood Derby Race Car Kits group for exceeding the premium
Solomonsen - Wolf Badge & Gold and requested den mothers to income volume requirement.
Arrow Point, Kenneth Ferris - check their dens to see that no cub Warren is a member of Modern
Silver Arrow Point (Wolf), Tod was overlooked. These Pine Wood Woodmen's central New York
Ryan - Silver Arrow Point (Wolf), Derby Kits were given to each cub agency, which is led by Agency
Theodore Webster - Bobcat as a thank you for making the Manager Bill Gooden, Syracuse. IN THE WINNERS' RING— Prize-winning posters and their creators
Badge, Albert Paulich - Bear candy sale held last year a suc- Modern Woodmen President T. are pictured here with Dental Hygiene teachers in the Fulton school
Badge, Paul Petrie - Gold Arrow cess. W. Cheney praised the efforts of system. It was all in learning about the proper care of teeth by using
Point (Bear), John Cordone - An announcement was made of the society's agency force, which one's artistic talents. Nearly 400 students participated in the County
Bobcat Badge, Robert the Blue and Gold Banquet to be set production records in each Dental Health Society-sponsored poster contest.- From left: Terri
Stoughtenger - Bobcat Badge, held on Tuesday, February 26, at month and established an all-time Naioti, first place, Lanigan School; Mrs. Carol Wallace: Sheri Peder-
David Meeker - Recruiter Badge, 6:30 p.m. in the Great Hall of the sales record for a single year in son, second place, Volney School; Mrs. Susan Allen.
Edward Pollock - Bobcat Badge State Street Church. All dens of 1973.
and Robert Yager - Silver ARrow Pack no. 713 will supply their own Modern Woodmen of America is
Point (Wolf). dinner rolls, dessert (cake) and a fraternal insurance society with
The Webelos Cubs qualifying for den centerpiece, for the total home offices in Rock Island, 111.
awards were: Mark Hall - number of people attending from Established in 1883, Modern
Webelos Artist and Athlete their den. Table service will be Woodmen today has more than
Awards, Larry Kelsey - Webelos provided by the church. Cubs of 450,000 members throughout the
Athlete and Aquanaut Awards, Pack no. 713 are admitted free of United States.
Edward Lincoln - Webelos Artist
Award, George Hart - Webelos
Artist Award and Mark Cipriano -
Webelos Artist Award.
The cubs moving into Webelos City-Wide Competition —
and qualifying for Webelos
Shoulder Colors were: Robert
Stoughtenger, Philip Vescio,
Lanigan Sixth Grader Top Award
These cubs were instructed to Winner in Dental Poster Contest
meet with Roger McEwen, Wallace, Mrs. Susan Allen and
Terri Naioti, a sixth grader at
Webelos leader, at the church
each Wednesday evening for their Lanigan Elementary School, has Miss Margaret Garnett, en- PUSHING
regular den meetings at 7 p.m. been declared winner of first thusiasm and interest was felt to
Next, Dorothy Ferris' Den No. 3 place in the Oswego County be very evident with nearly 400
presented a very nice skit for the Dental Society's city-wide Poster entries.
pack meeting and the entire group Contest for fifth and sixth grade Second place winner in the
was to guess the inventors of students in the Fulton Schools held contest was Sheri Pederson who is
riddles asked by the den. The skit recently. in the fifth grade at the Volney
was entitled "Milestone & Under the direction of Dental School.
Transportation." Hygiene teachers, Mrs. Carol Fourteen elementary students
took third place. They are as Third place winners include, from the left, front, Kelly Weaver and
follows: Nancy Heretyk, Oak 6; Mary Beth Froio. At top are Marybeth Spurza and Bonnie Cozart.
Shannon McCarthy, Fairgrieve 6;
David Phillips, Lanigan 6; David
Barber, Erie 5; Brian Kardash,
VALLEY NEWS REEL Fairgrieve 5; Ed Foley, Catholic
School 5; Kelly Weaver, Oak 5;
News of the Week in Capsule Form Carolyn Christie, Volney 6; Terry
Shoults, Phillips 6; Mary Beth
Froio, Oak 5; Jo-Louise Fleiger,
A 19-year-old driver avoided striking two small children who were Lanigan 6; Mary Beth Spurza,
walking in the road last week but subsequently "totaled" his vehicle State5; BonnieCozart, Lanigan 6;
when he collided with a parked car. It was raining at the time. Daniel Roger Mirabito, Catholic School 6.
Ritchie of Voorhees Street was without injury after the mishap in which Receiving honorable mention
he hit the parked car owned by Anthony Caltabiano of Fulton RD 1. No were the following students, by
summons was issued. school:
LANIGAN— Laurie Tracy,
City fathers last week approved pay raises for certain municipal Linda LuteS, Sandy Dlugozima,
department heads moving the salary schedules from last year's 1973 Kathy VanBuren, April Chesbro,
range of $8,500 to $11,100 to a range of $11,000 to $15,000* this year. Jill Knopp, Laurence Lenormand,
Supervisory personnel involved in the agreement, besides the City Chris Papini, Jeff Kunzwiler,
Chamberlain who this year negotiated independently for the first time, Mimi Papini, Alison Chesbro, Roy
include the city clerk, recreation superintendent, city engineer, com- LoVine, Karen Watt.
missioner of public works, assistant city chamberlain, tax assessor, OAK STREET- Marty Allen,
sewage treatment plant operator and superintendent of water works. Anne Woulfe, Mike Runeare, Sue
Casting negative votes as regards the measure were Aldermen Robert Quinn, Michelle Fisher, Tami
Burleigh of the Third Ward and James McNamara of the Fifth Ward. Maroney, Tom Shinnick, David
Fink, Charles Hart.
Entering pleas to counts of speeding at rates in excess of 60 miles FULTON CATHOLIC— Sue
an hour and passing a stop sign, William Reed of 213 S. Second St.. Levea, Ann Schmerhorn, Paul More winners of third place are, from left: front, Brian Kardash and
Fulton, appeared before City Court Judge Wallace Auser last Wed- Livoti, Jim Borek, Eddie Bullard, Shannon McCarthy. At top are Ed Foley, Roger Mirabito, and Carolyn
nesday. Reed was fined $100 or 20 days in jail on the speeding charge, Bob Pawlewicz, Annette Car- Christie.
and $30 or 10 days in jail for passing a stop sign. The jail terms are dinali.
concurrent. STATE STREET- Pat Peluso,
Frank Whitman, 52, of Central Square RD 2 pleaded to an Stephen Seymour, Jim Hokanson,
amended charge of driving while impaired, was fined $50 and his Ron Cotton, Pam Eggleton,
operator's license was suspended for 60 days. Celeste Bevacqua, Judy Manns.
Arraigned on charges of DWI and speeding, Nelson Guernsey of FAIRGRIEVE— Floyd
Fulton RD 3 entered a plea of innocent. He is continued free on $200 bail, Dusharm, Jenny Webster,
the case adjourned until Feb. 27 for disposition. His operator's license Jeanine Looker, Cheryl Congdon,
also remains lifted pending determination of the case. Ronnie Laribee, Andy Mac-
Finding improper use of the horn a costly traffic violation was Dowell, Pam Jodway, Michelle
Wayne Woolson of Oswego RD 1. He was fined $25 on the charge. Meyers, Anna DaCorta, Karen
Speeding fines went to Ray Dorgan of Fulton RD 1, $20, and John Marino Ambuske, Jim Higgins, Robert
of Syracuse, $15. Laribee, Tamie Wooding, Cindy
Other fines: Gerald Shepard, 601 Utica St., unregistered motor Harris, Tom Munroe.
vehicle, $15; Stephen Bly, 43 E. Seneca St., Oswego, and Paul Mattle. VOLNEY— Tom Victory,
Phoenix RD 1, $15 each for expired inspection stickers. Jaleen Rogers, Michelle Cuyler,
Also, Regis Waloven, 640 Academy St., unsafe backing, $15; Tina Heer, Tine Spaulding, Kelly
William Bardin, J-l Pathfinder Courts, passing a stop sign, $10: Ken- Simpson, Tim Bateman, Ginger
neth Brett, Oswego RD 6, passing a red light, $10. Kennedy, Bess Jessop, Sandy
Gantley, Dawn Bailey, Tonya
A mattress fire last week took Fulton firefighters to the Harry Powers, Brenda White.
Collins residence, 15 W. Fifth St., where a quick stop to the blaze was . ERIE STREET— Charles
made. The mattress was removed from the two-story wood frame Reynolds, Mike Borden, Patricia
structure and extinguished outdoors. The crew was on the scene just 14 Clark.
minutes. No injuries were reported. PHILLIPS STREET— Dave
Gillard, Sherri Harmon, Troie
A major wind storm here last week caused some minor mishaps Sweeting, Vicki Parker, Darlene
but no injuries were reported to Fulton police. Niagara Mohawk power Rupert, Jackie Coleman, Larry
lines were down in sporadic parts of the area with approximately 250 Kelsey, Denise Ware, Fred Allen,
customers being effected. Two primary DreaKs occurred, a couple of Eric Mclntyre, Laurie VanLinder,
transformers were burned out and four poles were broken, according to Silvan Farfaglia, Joey Galletta, Proud of their third place prize-winners are, 1. to r., front, Jo-Louise
an N-M official. Debbie Meyer. Fleiger, David Phillips. At top are Nancy Heretyk and Terry Shoults.