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Obituaries

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Kenyon F Clark, SS, of 12 N. Elizabeth St died unexpectedly in his home Sunday (Jan. 18, I9tf5> following a long illness. Born in Geneseo. Jke had lived in Dansville for the past 30 years and was a World War H veteran. He was a member of St. Peter's Episcopal Church and the Vestery of that church Mr. Dark was a member of Phoenix Masonic Lodge 115 of Dansville. A licensed funeral director, he was semiretired. He was married to the late Virginia McLean Clark. Surviving are a daughter, Miss Evelyn Clark of Lake George; two sisters, Miss Eleanor Clark of Geneseo . and Mrs. John Slaight of Avon; two brothers, Harlan of Canaseraga and Everett of Geneseo A funeral service will be conducted at 11 a.m. today in St Peter's Churxh. Burial will be in Temple Hill Cemetery, Geneseo. Mrs. Vincent J. Schwingel A funeral Mass was said Tuesday in St. Mary's Church for Mrs. Margaret V. Schwingel of 80 Chestnut Ave^ Dansville. Mrs. Schwingel died Saturday (Jan. IT,'1976) in Noyes Memorial Hospital at the age of 72. She was the widow of Vincent Schwingel, longtime Foster Wheeler Corp. executive. A native of Elmira, she had lived in Dansville for the past eight years and was a member of St. Mary's Church here. Mrs. Schwingel was a school teacher for many years. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs Mary Ellen Skove of Long Branch, N.J., Mrs. Margaret Ann Kraft of Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. Katherine Bacon and Mrs. Elizabeth Sullivan, both of Dansville; a brother, Thomas OHerron of Dansville; three sisters, Mrs. Ella Blum, Mrs. Rose Loftus and Mrs. Ann Ringrose, all of Dansville. Burial was in Greenmount

Sunshine Circle of the Daughters. Surviving are a nephew, Charles Perrine of Pasadena, Calif., and a niece, Mrs. Ella Mae Perrine of Dansville. A funeral service was conducted Friday in the Chamberlin Funeral Home. Burial was in Greenmount Cemetery, Dansville. Claude C. Kennedy. A funeral service was conducted Sunday in the Chamberlin Funeral Home for George C. Kennedy of Ossian who died Thursday (Jan. 15) in Noyes Memorial Hospital, Dansville, after being stricken while at work. He was 59. He was born in West Sparta and was a longtime resident of Ossian. He was a stationary engineer at Foster Wheeler Corp. where he had been employed for 36 years. He was a group leader in the power house at Foster Wheeler and was a member of the 25-Year Club of that firm. He was also a member of Local 1665, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. Surviving are his wife, Irene Ackley Kennedy; a son, Roger of Rochester; three daughters, Mrs. Maxine Howard of Mt. Morris, Mrs. Joan Oliver of Rochester and Mrs. Claudia Brokaw of Pittsford; and 17 grandchildren. Burial was in Oak Lawn Cemetery, West Sparta.

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Rules Curtailing

Absolutely no smoking. That has been the mandate for Dansville Public School students at both the Senior High and Junior High buildings since classes opened in September. A review of that strict policy adopted m 1975 by the Board of Education was

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reviewed at a meeting O that f organization last week after an extensive reportwas made by Senior High Principal Donald Munson. The regulation forbids student smoking in a school building or on school grounds. Munson said mat students--for the

Set Higher Income Levels For Reduced School Lunches

Income levels governing the reduced cost lunch program in the Dansville Public School system have been changed by the federal government. The guidelines were sent to the Board of E^ cation last week" and allow familW with incomes higher vious maximum to than the the program. The participate guidelines foi the free lunch nrogram are unchanged. For the rfduced cost lunches, a family earniip $5,040 or less, with one child, is now pligible. The previous top income figiire was $4,520. Those families wit| two children may earn $6,620, compared with the previous $5,930, and tnbse with three have a top figure of $1,200, compared to the previous $7,310. The reduced cost lunches are sold for 20 cents in ill schools while the full price is 35 rents in the primary and elementary fchool and 45 cents in the junior high and senior high. Copies offthe new guidelines and ormation about the additional federal pro am are available from district clerk, Eric J. Wri meeting last week, At a officials appjroved the hiring of Mrs. Sylvia Howf as a remedial reading teacher in this senior high. She replaces Mrs. Phyllis Neetz who died in an auto accident lastmonth. The board also accepted the resignation of Dr. Laverne Wagner as school phys|cian. Dr. Wagner, who is retiring froil active practice later this year, agree! to continue his school duties until {successor is appointed.

County Grange Plans Thame for Open Meeting

"The Grange Salutes America," will be the theme for an opening meeting of Livingston County members in the Linwood Grange Hall Saturday at 8 p.m. According to Mrs. Eleanor Forsyttie, Pomona lecturer, the \ u early horizons," will be emphasized at this first of three theme sessions. The program will be presented by the lecturers of four Grange units, Mrs. Homer Wilson of Linwood, Mrs. Clarence House of Avon, Mrs. William DeNoon of Caledonia and Miss Robin Wallace of Geneseo. Refreshments will be served following the meeting.

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winter of 1975 showed that 60 per'cent of the young people in the Senior High did not smoke. It was further learned there were three pupils allergic to smoke and that many other students refused to use the restroom facilities because of the smoke. This complaint has not been heard from any student this year, Munson explained. Another survey of students, faculty and custodians was conducted last month and showed there are still Faculty members ' are assigned students who feel smoking should be specific times to oversee the restrooms. allowed, a smoking lounge opened and The teachers' diligence in performing that smoking should be an individual their jobs and the wide acceptance of decision. However, others expressed the rule by students has, according to their feelings by praising the cleaner the principal, made the program restrooms and clearer air--and they successful. He admits there are show their approval of the policy by students who try to smoke and probably making use of the restrooms. there always will be some in this In summary, the no-smoking policy is category. working to a high degree, Munson said, Munson said one "shining example" pointing out that 100 per cent of the total censure of smoking is the cooperation probably never will be cleanliness of the restrooms. He reports achieved. The growing number of they are as clean now as when classes students cooperating in the ban, the resumed last fall. "Students do not faculty continuing its coverage and linger in the restrooms and a person parents at home pressing the issue entering any of them can easily tell ofv should assure continued success, the someone has been smoking by merely * principal told board members in his breathing. The harsh stale smell of report. smoke is gone and a violation if easily "The student body can make it work noted," he said in his report to the if they continue to act as they have board. during the past five months," he conA survey of students taken during the cluded. most part--are following the rule and he credits extensive publicity and notices sent to parents, who in turn warned children, for this adherence to policy. Thus far in the school year, only 25 four-day suspensions have been recorded for smoking, a far cry from the amount of "puffing" before the rule was spelled out in definite terms at the opening of school in September, Munson explained.

A Mass of Christian Burial was conducted Tuesday in St. Joseph's Church, Way land, for Mrs. Agnes Kimmel Hartz, 77, formerly of 303 Second Ave , Way land, and a one-time Dansville resident. Mrs. Hartz, a native of Wayland, died Sunday (Jan. 18, 1976) in the Conesus Lake Nursing Home in Livonia following a long illness She and her husband formerly owned and operated a neighborhood jCemetery, Dansville. Memorial delicatessen on' Elizabeth St. in contributions may be made to the Dansville. She was a member of St. Dansville Ambulance Fund or Noyes Joseph's Church. Surviving are two sisters, Miss Memorial Hospital. Florence Kimmel and Mrs Ruth Kinz both of Wayland; several nieces, Mrs. Grover Burnside Mrs. Helen Burnside of 18 Lincoln nephews and cousins. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Ave died Tuesday (Jan. 20, 1976) in Noyes Memorial Hospital following a Wayland. short illness. She was 76 Mrs. Simon King Born in Ossian, she lived in Hornell Mrs.; Edith N. King, 76, of 214 Main for many years before moving to St., Dansville, widow of Dr. Simon Dansville in 1967. She was the widow of King, longtime local physician, died Grover Burnside. Mrs. Burnside was a Monday (Jan : 19, 1976) in member of the Hornell Chapter, Poughkeepsie following an extended Women of the Moose, and of the illness. Eastern Star unit in that city. Bbrn in Friendship, she had lived in Surviving are two sons, Robert of Dansville for 40 years and moved to Dansville and Glen of New Braunfels. Poughkeepsie four months ago. She Tex.; two daughters, Mrs. Lois was a retired school teacher and was a Shinebarger and Mrs. DeJipigs, Bassett. miembef of the Dansvilje Presbyterian both of L'tica; six grandchildren and Church, the church choir for many two great-grandchildren: a sister, years and of the Sunshine Circle. Mrs. Dorothy Ordway of Hornell; She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. nieces and nephews. Ralph Adams of Poughkeepsie; two Friends may call at the Robertson sons,1 Frederick of Dansville and Funeral Home in Hornell where a George of Sanford, Fla.; four sisters, service will be conducted Friday at 11 Mrs. Lola Flint of Warsaw, Mrs. Laura a.m. Interment will be in Rural Maxwell of Perry, Mrs. Cora Brown of Cemetery, Hornell. St Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. Hazel Fulmer of St. Marys, Pa., nine Miss Bert rum McCurdy grandchildren and four greatMiss Bertram McCurdy, 91, an grandchildren, , " . Ossian native, died Wednesday (Jan. A funeral service will be conducted 14, 1976) in the Kline Boarding House, in the Dansville Presbyterian Church Way land. at 2 p.m. today with arrangements A lifelong resident of the Dansville r made by the Chamberlin Funeral area, she retired from the former Home. Burial wi|l be m Greenmount Owen Publishing Co. after 50 years of Cemetery. service. She was a member of the Memorial contributions * may be Dansville Presbyterian Church and the made to the Cancer Fund.

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A special service is planned Sunday at 11 a.m. in the Wright's District Baptist Church. Glenn Bloom of Naples, pastor of the Italy Valley Baptist Church,. will deliver the sermon and the ordination of Roland C. Goodrich will be concluded during the ritual. The public is invited to attend. The Wright's District Baptist Church was duly recognized as a Fundamental Baptist Church last October, after being examined as to its Statement of Faith and its constitutional organization by messengers and pastors of 12 area Baptist churches.

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