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Herkimer Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Herkimer, New York Ilion postal employee retiring after logging Over 34,000 Miles by Bob Kelder Telegram staff writer icon Emmett j. Gollegly super pendent of postal operations at the Ilion Post office has been retired about a week. And thus far he finds it absolutely painless. Gollegly 58, of 75 Barringer Road is stepping Down after 34 years service. Gollegly who spent 21 of those years carrying the mail Over an estimated 34,000 Miles of pavement said he a looking Forward to gardening Golf and fishing not necessarily in that order. A yes Rye been bit twice by dogs a go Lely said. A but both times were in the first year when i worked As a substitute Carrier. It never happened after that and i can to explain postmaster Richard Eldredge who participate in the interview to present Goll gel with a special service award service award a Ilion postmaster Richard Eldredge left is handing a service award to Emmett j. Gollegly superintendent of postal operation at the Ilion facility on his retirement after 34 years. Gollegly joined the staff on nov. 15,1952 As a substitute Carrier and progressed upward in the ranks becoming supervisor in nov. 1975. His retirement took place May 2. Telegram photo. Mohawk a a a How a your family doing9�?� will be the morning message of Rev. George Kaden at the Mohawk reformed Church As we focus our thoughts on the importance of the Christian Home. Sharon Palmer will provide special music at the Organ. Tile Junior Sermon will be entitled. A the holds us the choir under the direction of Fay Davis will sing the Anthem a bless the lord. O my soul a Norman Stone and Kenneth Palmer will assist the pastor during worship service. Mary Beth and Beth Ann Hutton will serve As greeters. Nancy c Rewell and Lisa Cross will be in charge of the Nursery. Upcoming events next sunday morning at 8 30 a in the consistory is sponsoring a breakfast for the choir and sunday school teachers in appreciation of their work during the year Christ episcopal Herkimer a in Observance of the sunday after ascension Day the holy eucharist will be celebrated at 8 and 10 30�?T a m. With Rev. Walter Collins preaching the later service will be a choral Liturgy with the Parish choir conducted by Esther Brown organist and choir director. Sunday school classes for All Ages begin at 9 a in. In the Parish Hall each service is followed with refreshments and Fellowship the office of evening prayer is held daily at 5 15 on monday the boy scout troop St. Augustine s Ilion a services for the seventh sunday of easter will be Helf at St. Augustine a Church beginning with the holy eucharist at 8 a m. Holy baptism holy eucharist Church school and Coffee hours at 10 a in. And at noon. The holy eucharist. The men s club will have their May meeting Mav 22 at the big Pine inn. There will be the Deanery acolyte festival held at St. John s Church Richfield Springs Frankfort Baptist Frankfort a Madien Mother is the topic that has been chosen by or John Iba Mett pastor of the first Baptist Church of Frankfort and will be delivered at the la a in service Audrey Stucky will be the pianist for the morning worship service mrs Susan Harter will direct the music. Sunday school hour will be at 10 a.m., Nursey will be provided for children up to age of four years. Mrs a a loud Barnett invites you to come and study god s word with us there is a place for All Ages or Barnett will be teaching the Bible study at 7 . The topic will be a biblical characters of the Fairfield a sunday mass will be offered at 9 30 in St Michael a episcopal Church Middleville the vicar Rev. Arthur l Bice will officiate and preach mrs Donald Munn is organist. Dlo owing the service there will be a Coffee hour and women of the congregation will serve As hostesses St. Michaels episcopal Paul Hawthorne will make a final presentation concerning the step out in Faith Campaign of the diocese of Albany the Church school classes will meet in the Undercroft at 9 15 a in. With Sonya Riesel and Linda Decker As leaders the adult Bible class will meet after the Coffee hour Herkimer reformed Herkimer worship on the seventh sunday of easter begins at la pastor Mueller will preach a Sermon entitled a Christian parenting based on Mark 6 13-29 Kim Pedrick and Heather Wheeler Are greeters the acolyte is Lief Sagaas. Mary Champney Marge Anderson Bobby Keedle and Marge Foreman Are Ushers. The senior choir under the direction of William Decoursey will sing a unfailing Mary Ellen Fenner Church organist will play works by James h Rogers. Gordon Young and Wilbur held Nursery service for infants and Small children is provided sunday school classes begin at 9 30 Church activities for the week include reformed Church women executive committee on monday at 7 30 . The Esther Circle will meet at the Home of Barbara Stewart at 7 45 . On tuesday. Young people wishing to attend Camp Fowler Are reminded to mail in their registration forms extra forms Are available from the Church office. Auriesville Auriesville the annual statewide pilgrimage of the ancient order of hibernian will take place sunday. Led by pipers and drummers of the Tara Hall pipe band from division no. 8 in Troy hibernian from Many communities throughout the Empire state will March at 11 30 a in from the main Entrance of the shrine on their Way to the coliseum through the area which once was the site of Osse Nenon the seventeenth Century Village where Kateri Tekakwitha was born. Rev Robert j. Boyle J director of the Mohawk Valley shrine will be the principal celebrant of the pilgrimage mass at noon in the coliseum. The a ghane singers of Schenectady will and Render the liturgical chants patriotic hymns during the mass each saturday at i a ministry for Healing service will be conducted throughout the shrine season. He Crocker insurance Agency insurance of Ali kinds Frid n. Crocker 122 Park ave., Herkimer phone 866-2200 thank you we wish to sincerely thank All of our wonderful relatives neighbors and friends for All the kindnesses shown at the time of the great loss of our beloved husband and father Paul Janeka. The Paul Janeka family area Church services Mohawk reformed committee will meet in the Parish office at 7 30 . The monthly meeting of St Mary a Guild will begin. In the Parish Hall at 7 30p.m. Featuring Hilda paddock As guest speaker. On tuesday the eucharist will be offered at la 15 with intercession for the sick the monthly vestry meeting will begin 7 30 . On wednesday prayer and Bible study on spiritual gifts starts at 7 30 . On thursday Bible study is at 9 a m. The choir meets for rehearsal at 7 said that dogs and Winter sidewalks Are still among the main hazards of the work. Eldredge feels that in an increasingly violent world Manv dogs Are becoming More violent too he said there have been about three cases per year in the last three years. A we used to take it in stride but with the High costs of labor it costs Money to replace a bitten postman a the postmaster said. He said All postmen carry a dog repellent. Back in the Early 1950�?Ts, when Gollegly started his first route As a Carrier was the Western part of Ilion along Barringer Road and West main St. Later he was switched to the South Ilion Otsego Street route before being promoted to indoor work As superintendent of postal operations in nov. 1975. He has held that position Ever since. Many postmen in their kind of Job encounter crisis of some kind if they Are on the Job Long enough. Gollegly remembers finding two toddlers stuck in a swampy Section of land near Hunts Field on Elm St. Many years ago. A it was t that big a thing a he said. A i managed to keep from getting bogged Down while i worked my Way slowly to the kids and pulled them Gollegly and his wife Audrey were married in 1948 and had five children. They Are mrs Griffin of Binghamton James of Daytona Beach Fla mrs. Sherri Morris Ilion Renee at Home and Kevin a postal Carrier in Herkimer. Obituaries Robert e. Lewis Ilion a Robert e Lewis age 74, of 218 s fourth ave., died thursday May 8,1986, at Mohawk Valley general Hospital. He was born april 6,1912, in Ilion the son of Earl and Ruth Haight Lewis and attended Ilion schools on june 3,1933, he married Laura Small in Utica he was a tool maker and Engineer at Sperry Rand uni vac he was also a member of St Augustine s episcopal Church the Ilion masonic Lodge. Past Patron Ilion o e s., and i the Ilion Amaranth survivors include his wife Laura one daughter mrs John Donna Weidner of Eltoro Ca five grand children one aunt and three cousins he was predeceased by his son Richard in 1955. Funeral services will be held ., saturday at the a funeral Home Ilion with the George Greene Rector of Augustine s episcopal Church Ficia Ting interment will be saturday May to in it it evening Telegram t clerk honoured a town of Herkimer clerk Anthony Talarico was recently honoured by the new York state town clerks association inc. At the organization s april 25 meeting. Talarico has been clerk for the town since 1978. Telegram photo safeguard against potential accidents 1 15 ate cd St of in Cedarville cemetery Cedarville. Grange held sewing contest Richfield Springs the Cwa committee of Richfield Grange 771 held its annual sewing contest april 14 at the Grange Hall. Three entries were judged by mrs Mary Cantwell of Richfield Springs and mrs. Caroline Harter of Jor Danville. Prizes were awarded As follows first place to mrs Dorothy Ames second to Joann Domion and third to Betsy Robinson mrs Ames entry was sent to Roseboom Grange for the Pomona contest. By Sylvia Bulson office of the aging creating a Safe environment for yourself is one Way to take responsibility for your health. Older people Are More prone to accidents because of the Normal changes that occur with aging failing eyesight a slowing of reaction time and weakening of Bones All can make you More vulnerable Falls mishaps in traffic and Burns Are among the most common accidents involving older people you can prevent Many of these accidents by examining and modifying your habits and by making your Home a safer place to be As you age you can usually maintain your ability to move about and to engage in enjoyable and healthful activity. However you must learn to understand your physical limitations and make adjustments accordingly you can also learn to take greater responsibility in preventing accidents to prevent Falls be sure stairways Are properly lighted remove throw rugs that slide on the floor or secure them firmly by placing rubber Mats beneath them or by tacking them in place use handrails on staircases keep All carpeting on stairs tacked Down securely use night lights especially in the bathroom buy a Remote control Light switch to place by your bed arrange furniture and other objects so that they will not be obstacles in your path a to prevent dizziness get up slowly from a sitting or lying position a place nonskid Mats or strips in your Bathtub a install grab bars on bathroom Walls by the toilet and tub. Paid advertisement area deaths Huffman Frank d47, of 95 w. North St., Ilion n y., died May 8.1988. Funeral services were held la 30 a in. Today at the Applegate funeral Home Ilion with he Rev Nelson Lamb pastor of the Frankfort United methodist Church officiating memorial contributions May be Macle to the Huffman children a educational fund. Donation envelopes Are available at the funeral Home. Mauk Margaret k81, of 302 Palmer St., Frankfort n y., died May 8. 1986, in St. Elizabeth Hospital. Utica. N Her funeral was held 11 15 today from the v j Iocovozzi funeral Home inc 203 second ave and at 11 30 in its Peter amp Paul s Church where a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated by the Rev a Cekovsky pastor interment will be in i. Olivet cemetery. Contributions in mrs Macks memory May be made to its Peter amp Pauls Church envelopes will be available at the funeral Home w. Crawford St., Elkhart Indiana died May 7, 1986, in the Elkhart genial Hospital funeral services were held at 9 a in today in St Mary a Church where a mass of Christian burial was celebrated by the Rev a Lamanna. Pastor interment will be in it. Olivet cemetery Frankfort. Memorial contributions May be made to the american heart fund or the diabetes association envelopes will be available at the Church. Funeral arrangements by the Iocovozzi funeral Home inc., 203 2nd ave Frankfort. Dicamillo Madeline h85. Of 120 place an and today Call 144-2223 Losurdo a for family dining Quot mom s dinner it Price when accompanied by Al lean i family member olm . Mul p., family prime rib. $8.95 ill wet choir of f f or Spaghetti salad bar veg garlic Broad italian buffet.$6.95 Bob. D Chicken baked 7it., meow Bolu implant sausage a peppers potatoes vegetable stuffed peppers soup Puiia salad bar and mope free Champagne from our Champagne Fountain to everyone 21 yrs. Or older. Eservati0ns appreciated 866-6050 103 Prospect St., Herkimer of you must work at a height use a solid ladder in Good repair done to use a chair a Stool or the Edge of the tub. Wear shoes that fit Well Are comfortable and provide traction paint the Bottom step of All stairways w Ith a Bright color you can easily see or \ it Gnu a in us o strip of Luminous White tape if you Are feeling dizzy or losing your balance discuss this with your doctor it might in a Side effect of medication you Are taking regardless of age it is important to know How to fall to avoid serious injury when falling remain relaxed tensing creates taut muscle which put undue pressure on your body s Structure this can result in torn Muscles As Well As dislocated and broken Bones if you do fall try to Roll with the Impact Bend your Knees when you hit the floor and land on your collapsed hands and feet then continue your momentum by rolling on the Fleshy parts of your body to prevent Burns never smoke in bed or when feeling sleepy. A have a plan for escaping from your House or apartment in Case of fire. Which emergency exit w ill you use9 test the Bathwater in your tub with your Elbow or with a Bath thermometer rather than with your foot if you have poor circulation your foot May give you an inaccurate measurement of temperature and the water May be too hot install a smoke Detector follow the directions about the Best place to put it. If it is Battery operated Check periodically that the batteries Are working. Done to Cook in Loose fitting flammable clothing such As a Bathrobe or other might clothes Don t overload your Wall outlets. Never use electrical equipment of any kind in the bathroom where it can fall into the tub done to touch an electric switch socket or appliance while standing or sitting in water if you have any questions about office for aging programs pleas Call 867-1121 or from Little Falls Dolgeville 823 <8 46 ext 121 clarification a recent listing of High honors for Ilion High school omitted the name of William Durkin he was named to the list for the third marking period police blotter Man charged with Possession Herkimer a 21-year-old Herkimer Man was arrested and charged with unlawful Possession of marijuana following a disturbance complaint Herkimer police said Christopher la venture of 236 n. Main St., Herkimer was arrested by officer j Malone after police responded to a loud noise complaint. Herkimer police upon arriving at la venture s residence allegedly found marijuana on the premises and made the arrest police said Laventure was issued an appearance ticket to go to court tonight police said Man waives extradition Herkimer a a Kentucky Man has waived extraction and has been returned to the state of Kentucky on felony grand larceny charges Stephen m Spurlock. 25, of Elizabethtown. Kentucky was arraigned on a fugitive warrant before Justice Henry Laraia according to Patrick l. Kirk Herkimer county District attorney the defendent was arrested by new York state police on the thruway in Herkimer county for vehicle and traffic charges and upon a background Check it was determined that he was a Fugit Ive from the state of Kentucky Man arrested for obstruction Herkimer a 25 year old Dolgeville Man was arrested by Herkimer police and charged with obstructing governmental administration when he interfered with a police traffic violation investigation Herkimer police said Roy c. Powell of 8 booked St. Dolgeville was arrested by officers Depalma and Malone and was released on $50 bail Man accused of harassment Herkimer Herkimer Polit e arrested and charged a 24 year old Man with aggravated harassment following complaints of obscene phone Calls police said Mark d Wass of 419 Prospect St Herkimer allegedly called College Hill apartments and used obscene language police said he was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear tonight police said band boosters meet monday Herkimer the Herkimer band hoosiers will meet monday at 7 30 in at the Herkimer High school Library Frankfort Hoard to meet monday Frankfort the Frankfort Village Board will hold its regular monthly meeting on thursday at 7 in in the town Hall i we Tok we yarn Mac Wmk Wujs i i i i i i i i a i i Little Falls polish club trip to Las vegas sunday sept. Til Friday oct. 3, 86 Moo per person for More information Call Joe Kolkowski 823-4119 or 823 4898 Lewis Robert e74, of 218 Fourth ave Ilion by died May 8, 1986 in the Mohawk Valier general Hospital Ilion n funeral services were held 1 15 today at the Applegate funeral Home Ilion with the Rev George Greene Rector of St. Augustine a episcopal Church officiating interment will be in Cedarville cemetery Cedarville i i i i i i i i i i i sunday Only Levi lies jeans for everyone mens women girls Reg. $24.00 to s26.00 16.99 boys sizes Reg. $19.00 12.99 Little Falls n y

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