Here's 3/31/05's obituaries & Remember When...
Trish Hackett Nicola
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Laura R. Barber, 82, died March 27, 2005
Joyce Michals, 63, died March 7, 2005
Gene S. Pepper, 82, died March 10, 2005
James H. Mundorff, 61, died March 26, 2005
Kathleen "Kay" Wagner, 85, died March 26, 2005
Richard S. Winch, 90, died March 27, 2005
Reprinted with permission from the author of Remember When..., p. 7, Arcade
Herald, March 31, 2005, copied by Trish Hackett Nicola (*See below for
information on how to receive a copy of the original article or obituary.)
10 Year Ago, March 30, 1995
Deaths: Dale FLEMINGS Sr., 71, of Delevan; Leona VAN ALSTYNE WHITBECK, 80,
of Arcade; Nelson ZIEGLER, 74, of Sheldon; Olldaine MYRICK SCOTT
WOJCIECHOWSKI, 76; George CARRIS, 82, of Arcade; Alexina NEVEAUX ROWLAND,
25 Years Ago, March 27, 1980
Deaths: Gertrude McCORMICK FONTAINE, 72, Java Center; Lori DAVIDSON, 19, of
Freedom; Mina WITTER PARSONS, Machias.
35 Years Ago, April 1, 1970
Lois STORMS of Sandusky and LeRoy OSBORN of Arcade were the valedictorian
and salutatorian of the first graduating class at Pioneer Junior-Senior High
Albert GRIFFITH, who had operated the Texaco gasoline service station since
1953, retired and moved to California.
Robert DUGUID of Arcade was named manager of Citizens Center Bank's newest
Deaths: Frank GRANAT, 72, of Lime Lake; Java native June QUINT SLOCUM 52;
Arcade native Dr. Arthur RUNALS.
50 Years Ago, March 31, 1955
The Delevan-Machias Kiwanis Club named Steve SMITH chairman of its first
The 41-voice choir of the Java Village Congregational Church presented its
cantata. The Rev. George Van DERVEN was the pastor and Patricia NORTHEY was
The seniors at Delevan-Machias Central School left by train from Machias for
their senior trip to Washington [D.C.].
The Arcade Central School seniors traveled by school bus to Washington,
Williamsburg, Harrisburg and Gettysburg.
Fifty people were stranded overnight in Chaffee due to a severe storm.
Deaths: Mary Frances HYLAND KLEIN, Bliss; Emma ROESER of Holland; Daniel
SMITH, 57, of Bliss.
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