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Natalie Newton’s Lecture To Historical Society May, In Footsteps Of British Museum, Be Followed By 99 The three scrapbooks, donated by the Bresee Department Store family to the ONEONTA Greater Oneonta Historical Society, are the first result of n avid scrapbooker “Oneonta in 100 Objects,” a herself, SUNY project that seeks to acOneonta junior quaint SUNY and Hartwick Natalie Newton was lookstudents with artifacts that ing forward to seeing just define their host community. Newton what stories Esther Bartow (In return, the society gets Bresee’s scrapbooks held. free research.) What she found instead changed The idea came from “The World her whole perspective on the art. in 100 Objects,” a study at the “The scrapbooks now are more British Museum which sought personal, telling family stories,” to define the history of the world she said. “But I found that I through statues, pottery and other was looking at Oneonta through artifacts. “We’re doing the same Esther’s eyes.” Please See RESEARCH, B3

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Angie Neilsen, second from left, who knew Esther Bresee, was among the many scouring the three scrapbooks Saturday, April 26, at the Oneonta History Center.

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Amanda Coyne learns how to properly eat a crawfish from Brian Trotti, owner of Boudreaux & Thibodeaux’s, during Oneonta’s Fabulous Fridays last year.

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cakewalk, art openings, live music and more as Main Street Oneonta kicks off the first of the season’s Fabulous Fridays. 4:30-8 p.m. Friday, May 2, Main Street, Oneonta. Info, www.mainstreetoneonta.com. SCOUTING TALENT: Broadway’s “Chicago” star Amy Spanger and others look for the best talent in Otsego County. Sing, dance or act for a chance to perform before professional talent agents. Audition/perform 3:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, May 2, and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, May 3. Final Talent showcase, Saturday, May 3 at 7 p.m. $15 tickets to watch audition and showcase fun; $30 ticket for Saturday meet-and-greet with Broadway stars and talent agents. Foothills Performing Arts Center, 24 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 437-3855.

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t’s like dining in paradise. Seated at wrought-iron patio sets amid bright blooming flowers and leafy greens, friends toast the spring harvest as Dana and Kristin Leonard bring out bright plates of the first of the season’s bounty – a spinach breadbowl made with Spurbeck’s cheddar and Neighbor Newman’s spinach, mushroom risotto with Raindance Farms asiago cheese. And, for dessert, chocolate cake drizzled with strawberry coulis. “We’re using up a lot of our preserves,” said Dana. “It’s a little more difficult this time of year, since things are just beginning to Parents Mary and grow.” Brent Leonard April 23 was the seatoast – and taste son’s first of Origins Café’s – their daughters’ Wednesday night Harvest success. Dinners – launched without fanfare last summer, but soon a hit – and Carefree Gardens is again packed. “It’s not uncommon for people to come here by themselves, get to know some people and end up sitting together the next Please See CAREFREE, B2 IF YOU GO: Origins Cafe’s “early spring hours” are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays on Beaver Meadow Road, east of Cooperstown.

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BOOGIE DOWN: Boogie For Brookwood dance with silence auction, hors d’oeurves, dessert and music by the Big Fish Combo. 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 2, The Otesaga, 60 Lake St., Cooperstown. Info, reservations, (607) 547-4060. YOUNG VOICES: The Youth Choir joins the Catskill Choral Society in singing Rachmaninoff Vespers. 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 2; 3 p.m. Saturday, May 3, First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, www. catskillchoralsociety.org. WRESTLING CHAMPS: “Rumble on the Mound” wrestling features Mick Foley, Johnny Valiant, Steve Corino and more. Tickets start at $10. 2 p.m., Saturday, May 3, Damaschke Field, Oneonta. Info, tickets, (607) 432-6326, www.outlawsrumble.eventbee.com. SPRING SYMPHONY: Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the Catskill Valley Wind Ensemble’s spring concert, featuring La Fiesta Mexicana, Beethoven and selections from “West Side Story.” 2 p.m., Sunday, May 3, First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-7085.

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After a “soft opening” the week before, Kristen and Dana Leonard opened Origins Cafe for the season Wednesday, April 23. First-night patrons included, from left, Sunny Leinhart, Megan Holken and Dr. Guss Leinhart, all of Fly Creek, and Linda Keller of Cherry Valley. Also with the party was Peter Cozzolino, Sharon Springs.

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Origins Cafe Takes Off, Surprising 2 Partners CAREFREE/From B1 week,� said their mother, Mary, long-time operator of Carefree Gardens Nursery with her husband Brent. The dinner is BYOB and by donation in envelopes passed out by Mary before the dinner begins. “All people deserve access to good food,� said Kristin. “That’s part of our mission. Some people give what they can, others give more. It’s gone fine, and we’re going to keep that model going.� After Dana graduated from Skidmore and Kristin finished her masters at Duke, the sisters – CCS grads – were working with a nonprofit in Peru when they began to get homesick. They returned to Cooperstown and started a small food truck with a cramped kitchen and a mini-fridge. “Within a month, we had to upgrade,� said Dana. “It grew faster than we anticipated!� They focused on locally grown food, serving what’s in season that week. “Since the season’s just getting started, we’ve got mushrooms, beans we’ve been saving since last fall and people are bringing us winter squash from their own gardens,� said Kristin. And when they’re not parked at Carefree Gardens, the truck can be seen all over the county from April to October, serving diners at the annual Earth Day Festival at Milford Central School, at Brewery Ommegang’s concerts and even weddings. In the winter, the girls travel the world, studying beekeeping in Greece, or buying exotic spices in Turkey and textiles in India. “All our napkins are made by a home that rescues young girls from brothels,� she said. “They teach them to sew so they can provide for themselves.� They hope to continue expanding their food mission, including putting together a biodiversity learning center to teach people about the importance of local food. But as the weather gets warmer and the crops start growing, the girls will add a Saturday night Harvest dinner. “This is my favorite part,� said Dana.

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Bring in your books (limit 25 per person) and receive a ticket for each one. Books must be in good condition. No text books, study guides, magazines, or comics.

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Trade your tickets for swap books. No tickets? No problem. Swap books may be purchased for $1.

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Acting, singing, and dancing in front of judges to see who will perform in Final Showcase!

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Lecture On Esther Bresee’s Scrapbooks 1st Of Many RESEARCH/From B1 thing on a much smaller scale,” said society Executive Director Bob Brzozowski. The society is considering opening the program up to the public. “We have thousands of objects,” said Brzozowski. “We have pieces that explore the beginnings of IBM and Wilber Bank. We have the only portrait of Carleton Watkins’ parents.” Newtown’s report on Esther’s three scrapbooks, assorted photos, letters and the guestbook from her wedding, is the program’s first fruit. The first scrapbook covers her time at OHS, 1924-28; the second, her time at the Oneonta Normal School, 192831, and the final, 1924-1950. “There are such gaps in women’s history in Oneonta,” said Newton. “But in these scrapbooks, Esther is a historian.” In contrast to Natalie’s own scrapbooks, she told a gathering Saturday, April 26, at the History Center, Esther’s scrapbooks were deliberate documents of Oneonta’s history. “She took herself out of these scrapbooks, presenting history as she wanted it to

be presented,” she said. Though there were wedding photos among her personal belongings, Esther’s only documentation of her marriage to Wilmer Bresee were place settings and changes of Esther address. And tucked Bresee between two pages was a letter he mailed to her – “Honey-Dam,” he calls her – detailing his trip from New Jersey home. “He’s so descriptive and very personal for two pages,” she said. “It’s much different than how she presented herself in these scrapbooks.” There’s also a newspaper clipping about music during World War II and the notice of a piano recital she gave in the Hubbell Auditorium at Steinway’s 57th Street landmark headquarters in New York City. “It was important for her and for her community,” said Newton. “Music was a big part of her life, and this recital was a big deal to her. The town

was rooting for her to go!” Of particular interest to Natalie were the “Freshman Bible” given out at the Normal School and the “Vogue of the Social Telegram” pamphlet. “She wrote a telegram to her friend Marjorie that read, ‘You can come Friday am writing you letter now’,” said Newton. “What’s great is that the telegram booklet talks about how the telegram saves more time than a letter – but she’s using it to say that she’s sending a letter!” The Normal School booklet instructed girls on chaperones, permission slips and not “motoring” – driving – in the evening. “From our modern point of view, it seems a little strict!” she said. “But there’s probably some truth to the advice not to walk down Main Street arm-in-arm four abreast!” The remaining 99 objects are still being chosen by the historical society. “We want to make sure the objects have been vetted as the most important,” he said. “It’s an exciting concept to try and follow through on.”

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Cinco de Mayo Express Sunday, May 4 at 1 pm $19 per person must be 21 years of age to ride Reservations are suggested

Samantha van der Sommen and Morgan Jipson were enjoying their time in disguise with mustaches they got from a face painting booth.

Join us for a fun-filled Sunday afternoon train ride as we celebrate this Mexican festival with musical entertainment from Salsa Libre, an 8-piece band Departing from the The Milford Depot 136 East Main Street, Milford For more information or to make a reservation Call 607-432-2429 or PM visitPage www.lrhs.com BuckleyAd3_Layout 1 4/29/14 4:20 1 C O O P E R S T O W N G R A D U AT E P R O G R A M

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Volunteer Brandon Alba gets dashed with a well-aimed water balloon in one of the ninth annual OH-Fest’s carnival games on Saturday, April 26, on Main Street, Oneonta. Despite cloudy skies and unseasonably cold temperatures, students and residents flocked to Main Street for the fun. The festival is a collaboration of SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College students aimed at building amity among the two schools and the community.

Ozzy Rios, Oneonta, proudly shows off his wacky balloon hat.

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Marley Silva, took the opportunity to firmly plant a pie in the face of his mother, Oneonta Derailing Darlings derby girl Lucid Sk8 of Mind.

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10th Annual Spiritual Holistic Festive Transformation

Sat, May 10 · 10 am to 5 pm and Sun, May 11 · 10 am to 5 pm at the Hunt Union, SUNY Oneonta e Private sessions with 14 tried and true psychic readers and 14 Reiki and energy healers. Drop in or book ahead! f e Unique metaphysical gifts & crafts f e Events for all ages: henna tattoos, aura photos, and more f

e 25 free workshops on “Ghosts, Spirits and Spooks”, “Happiness Is a Choice”, “Spirit Guides”, “Messages from Spirit”, intuitive development, career direction, self healing… f e “Would not miss it! Amazing! So much fun! Vendors galore!” f

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Legal notice NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: Ruffly Purrfect-Pet Grooming and Training LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/03/14. . Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: United States Corporation Agents, INC., 7014 13th Ave, Suite 202, Brooklyn, NY 11228. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. 6LegalMay1 Legal notice NOTICE OF FORMATION OF Cook House Rental, LLC Arts of Org. filed with Sec’y of State of N.Y. (SSNY) on 3/26/2014. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 22 3rd Street, Manhasset, NY 11030. Purpose: Any lawful activity. 6LegalMay15 Legal notice Notice of Formation (1) Young’s Dairy

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Worcester, NY 12197. Purpose: for any lawful purpose. 6LegalMay15 Legal notice Notice of formation of KARKER ENTERPRISES, LLC (“LLC”). Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of NY (“SSNY”) on 08/16/2014. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her to: The LLC, 2 Main Street, Worcester, NY 12197. Purpose: for any lawful purpose. 6LegalMay15 Legal notice Notice of formation of CCRN Operator LLC, a limited liability company. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of the State of New York (SSNY) on April 10, 2014. Office located in Otsego. SSNY has been designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail copy of any process served against the LLC to the LLC 386 Route 59 Suite 300 Airmont, N.Y. 10952. Purpose: any lawful purpose. 6LegalMay22 Legal notice Notice of formation of Phoenix Mills Realty LLC,

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FARM LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 04/10/2014. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: c/o TALL TREE FARM LLC, P.O. Box 488, Worcester, 12197. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose. Latest date upon which LLC is to dissolve: No specific date. 6LegalMay29 Legal notice Notice of Formation of ROBERT D. WEEKS, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Secy. of State (SSNY) on 04/09/14. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY is designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to: 102 Crestview Lane, West Oneonta, NY 13861. Purpose: Any lawful activities. 6LegalMay29 Legal notice Notice of Formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC): NINO’S HOME INSPECTIONS, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 04/08/2014. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as

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Thursday, May 1

BOOK SWAP– Bring in up to 25 books to swap out for others. Green Toad Bookstore, 198 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 4338898. OPEN HOUSE -- 9-11 a.m., 6-8 p.m. Take a tour and register to apply for the 2014-15 school year. Oneonta Community Christian School, 158 River St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-0383. RUMMAGE SALE – 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Book, bake and rummage sale. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-4102. LECTURE– 6:30 p.m. Scott Van Arsdale discusses eagles with a 200+ slide show. Woodside Hall, 1 Main St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5470600.

Friday, May 2

ROUNDTABLE– 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m. “Eggs and Issues” roundtable to discuss issues facing Cooperstown. The Otesaga, 60 Lake St., Cooperstown. Info, registration, www.nyshta.org/events. RUMMAGE SALE -- 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Garden items, clothing, books, linens, toys and more. First Presbyterian Church, 296 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-4286.

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auction, hors d’oeuvres, dessert and music by the Big Fish Combo. The Otesaga, 60 Lake St., Cooperstown. Info, reservations, (607) 547-4060. CONCERT – 7:30 p.m. Catskill Choral Society presents Rachmaninoff Vespers with youth choir. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, www.catskillchoralsociety.org. CONTRADANCE – 8-11 p.m. Music by Rosetree (Amy Shapiro & Allen Lutins). Suggested donation: $8 adults; $4 students, teens; free 12 and under. Presbyterian Church, corner Pioneer and Church streets., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 9658232, www.otsegodancesociety. blogspot.com

Saturday, May 3

INAUGURAL RUN 4 THE HILLS! -- 7:30-8:30 a.m. registration packet pick-up; race follows. Challenging (hilly!) 4 mile Sharon Springs run, overlooking the beautiful Mohawk Valley of New York. Benefits Sharon Springs Fire Department and Rescue Squad. Three pairs of New Balance sneakers will be among the prizes awarded to finishers! The American Hotel, 192 Main Street, Sharon springs. Info, 4thehillsrun@gmail.com

BIRD WALK –8 a.m. View returning migrants, waterfowl and maybe catch a glimpse of a bale eagle. Glimmerglass Nature Center, 527 Cty. Hwy. 31, Cooperstown. Info, Eleanor, (607) 435-2054, eleanormrrt955@gmail.com. PARK DAY -- 9 a.m.-noon. Celebrate “I Love My Park Day” at Glimmerglass State Park, 1527 Cty. Hwy. 31, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8662. BAG SALE -- 9 a.m.-noon. $2 bag sale. Fly Creek Methodist Church, 852 Cty. Hwy. 26, Fly Creek. Info, (607) 547-9946. ONEONTA FARMERS’ MARKET -- 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Main St. Garage Walkway, 92 Main St., Oneonta. Info, www.Oneontafarmersmarket.com COOP FARMERS MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Pioneer Alley, rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www.otsego2000.org TALENT SHOW –9 a.m.-5 p.m. Broadway stars and talent scouts seek the best in acting, singing and dancing. Foothills Performing Arts Center, 24 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 437-3855. TAG SALE -- 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tag sale to raise funds for Head Start. 69 Fair St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 282-2349. LECTURE – 2 p.m. Rabbit Goody presents “All About Textiles.” Free, appraisal for $5.

Springfield Community Center, Rte. 29A, Springfield. Info, (607) 264-3375. WRESTLING -- 2 p.m. “Rumble on the Mound” wrestling features Mick Foley, Johnny Valiant, Steve Corino and more. Tickets start at $10. Damaschke Field, Oneonta. Info, tickets, (607) 432-6326, www.outlawsrumble. eventbee.com. CONCERT – 3 p.m. Catskill Choral Society presents Rachmaninoff Vespers with youth choir. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St.,

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TRIBUTE SHOW – 8 p.m. The Justice League performs the Beatles Rubber Soul and Abbey Road. Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, www.oneontatheatre.com.

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CONCERT – 7 p.m. Apollo Music Club presents a concert reading of “Spring Awakening.” Free, reservations recommended. Hamblin Theater, Fine Arts Building, SUNY Oneonta. Info, Colby.Thomas@oneonta.edu. JAZZ -- 7:30 p.m. Old Masters play American Song Book standards by Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and more. Sanford Auditorium, SUNY Oneonta. Info, (607) 436-3419.

Wednesday, May 7

NETWORKING – 5-7 p.m. Business After Hours with the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce. Best Western, 50 Commons Dr., Cooperstown. Info, pszarpa@cooperstownchamber. org. READING -- 6:30 p.m. Paul Lilly reads from his short story collection “The Lake of Far.” Huntington Memorial Library, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-8096. SHOWCASE – 5 p.m. Performance Practice Workshop presents its Final Showcase with operettas and musical theater. Fine Arts 201, SUNY Oneonta. Info, Colby.Thomas@oneonta. edu.

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Otsego Manor, 28 Phoenix Mills Crossroad, Cooperstown. Info, Amy Rose, (607) 544-2699. WORKSHOP -- 9:30 a.m.Noon. “Teens and Healthy Relationships” teaches how to keep teens safe from dating violence and sexual assault. Family Services Association, 277 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, registration, (607) 432-2870. FLOWER SHOW -- 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Floral design, horticulture and photography competition. Free, all welcome. Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-5098.

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Jack R. Iversen, 83; SUNY Professor Helped Fight ’60s Drug Plague ONEONTA – Jack R. Iversen, retired SUNY Oneonta associate professor of psychology whose involvement in combatting the 1960s drug crisis led to the founding of today’s LEAF Council, died April 21, 2014, in Albany, where he moved in April to be nearer family as he battled cancer. He was 83. He attended Chicago public schools, then studied architecture at the University of Illinois on both the Chicago and ChampagneUrbana campuses. He served in the Army in 1953-55, then completed his B.S. at Illinois in 1956. He entered Illinois’ school psychology doctoral program, but left before completing it to take a job as school psychologist in Star Lake in the Adirondacks. He

edited the newsletter of the newly formed School Psychologists of Upstate N.Y. (SPUNY), and was elected president in 1966. He had joined Jack R. SUNY Oneonta Iversen in 1963 and, in response to community awareness of the era’s drug crisis, worked with SUNY, Hartwick College, the community and Bassett Hospital to help combat it. Out of this collaboration came the founding of “85,” one of the first counseling programs in the state and an important resource for the community. Professor Iversen also was ac-

tive in the early stages in the community planning for mental health resources that led to the founding of Oneonta’s Mental Health Association. He worked with Bassett’s Dr. Robert S. Sioussat to address the need for substance counseling and support, leading to the founding of today’s LEAF Council. His experiences with these early community efforts led to his increased study of the psychology of addiction and the introduction of the course “Psychological Approaches to Drug and Alcohol Abuse,” which engaged him until his retirement. After retiring, he and his wife, Joan, and their dog Max spent winters in Key Largo, Fla., where they frequented the local dog park,

socializing with many human and canine friends. He loved boating and dogs (and dogs on boats) and was known widely for his love of “camping juice” (Mattingly & Moore), cookies, cashews and butter pecan ice cream. Joan predeceased him; the couple was married for 44 years. Survivors include daughters Nancy Smyth (David and Amber), Kristen Iversen-Cartwright (Mark) and Jill Iversen; and sons Tod Iversen (Cindy), and Terence Smyth (Shanna). Also, grandchildren Beck, Brandon, Haley, Kelsey, Jacob, Liam, Linnaea, McKenna and Riley. Max now lives with his daughter, Jill, who inherited her dad’s love of German shepherds. He was also predeceased by

Lois S. Herrick, 84; Retired Teacher, Antiques Enthusiast

ONEONTA – Lois Shetler Herrick, 84, a distinguished teacher who, in retirement, developed her interest in antiques into buying and selling postcards, ephemera and collectibles, died unexpectedly on April 22, 2014, at Bassett Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. She was born Jan. 13, 1930, in Philadelphia, the daughter of Kempter and Gladys (Huber) Shetler. She attended Philadelphia

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in New Jersey, Maine and Rhode Island before moving to Oneonta in 1960 and joining Morris Central School, where for years she produced the annual school musicals. In 1976, she published a booklet “We Believe in Music,” outlining musical ideas and programs for teachers. She wrote and directed the Village of Morris’ Centennial Pageant in 1970. She retired in 1992. For many years, Lois was a member of Atonement Lutheran Church and, later, of First United Methodist Church. After retiring, she was active in the Fox Hospital Auxiliary, serving two years as president, and in the Swart Wilcox House and the Greater Oneonta Historical Society. For 40 years, she often attended Lettis Auctions. She maintained a booth at Old Hickory Antique Center, Bainbridge, and also sold at many local antique shows. In addition to her husband of 62 years, she is survived by two sons and their wives, Craig and Lizbeth (Huyer) Herrick of Liverpool and Kevin and Denise (Camp) Herrick of Oneonta; four grandchildren, Christopher Jason (Jake) Herrick and his wife Kerry of Syracuse, Samuel Herrick of Rochester and Brittney and Mallory Herrick of Oneonta; and one great granddaughter, Clara Jane Herrick. Also a brother, Richard Shetler of Strathmere, N.J., and several nephews, nieces and cousins.

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his siblings, Warren Iversen and Marilyn Kieres, and his first wife, Janice Irene Bantleon. He will be remembered (and missed) for his unfailing good humor and his dry, sharp wit, which stayed with him through the last days of his life. Memorial contributions may be made to College at Oneonta Foundation, Office of College Advancement, 308 Netzer Administration Building, Oneonta, NY 13820. Write “Professor Jack Iversen Memorial Scholarship” in the memo line. A celebration of his life was Friday, April 25, at the Unitarian Universalist Society. Arrangements were entrusted to the Ottman Funeral Home.

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OBITUARIES Rev. Stewart Pollock, 59; CCS, Yale Grad Held Regional, National Presbyterian Posts COOPERSTOWN – The Rev. Stewart A. Pollock, 59, of Lower Burrell, Pa., who was raised in Cooperstown and went on to a 33-year career as a Presbyterian minister, died unexpectedly March 5, 2014, at Forbes Regional Medical Center in Monroeville, Pa. Born Dec. 2, 1954, in Boston, Stewart was the oldest child of Dr. Donald and Elinor (Hopkins) Pollock. After graduating from Cooperstown Central School in 1972, he earned a B.A. in Russian Studies from Hamilton College in

1976, a master’s of divinity from Yale Divinity School in 1980, and a juris doctor from Syracuse University College of Law in 1994, passing the New York State Bar Exam in the same year. Stewart was ordained a minister of word and sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (USA) in 1980 and served Presbyterian congregations in Connecticut, New York and Pennsylvania during his 33 years in the pastoral ministry. He also served as stated clerk in the Presbyteries of CayugaSyracuse and Southern New

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Harry Holtje, 83; Retired Plainclothes Detective

COOPERSTOWN – Henry “Harry” J. Holtje, England and was a highly Jr., 83, police detective who regarded parliamentarian. moved to Cooperstown on His legal knowledge and his retirement, died Monday love for the church opened April 21, 2014, at Bassett doors for service on judicial Hospital, surrounded by his commissions at the presbyfamily. tery and synod levels and, Born Dec. 4, 1930, in most recently, as moderator Union City, N.J., he was the of the Advisory Committee son of the late Henry J. and on the Constitution (of the Cora (Terry) Holtje. On PCUSA). At the time of his Feb. 3, 1951, he married death, he was a memberAmelia “Molly” Caparelli; at-large of the Pittsburgh they recently celebrated Presbytery, and was looking their 63rd wedding anniverforward to serving as interim sary. pastor of the Shelocta ComA decorated plainclothes munity Presbyterian Church detective in Fort Lee, N.J., in the Presbytery of Kiskimi- Harry retired early and, netas in Pennsylvania. because of his love of the A self-described “not-so- outdoors, moved his family reserved pastor,” he will be remembered for his brilliant mind, gentle spirit, quirky sense of humor and the MIDDLEFIELD – RaySuperman prayer. He was mond E. Southworth, 86, generous with his time and a Korean War veteran and expertise, serving on the life-long resident of the board of Habitat for Human- Cooperstown, Middlefield ity of Allegheny Valley and and Westford , died Friday volunteering at the local April 18, 2014, at Bassett food bank. Hospital after a short illness. Stewart is survived by his Raymond was born parents, Dr. Donald and Eli- on March 1, 1928, in nor Pollock of Cooperstown; Cooperstown, the son of two sisters, Donabeth Urick Earl M. and Julia (Jacobs) and her husband, Gil, of Southworth. Bonita Springs, Fla., and He served with Army Sally Zaengle and her in the Korean War. Later, husband, Bud, of Greene; while serving in West two brothers, Peter PolGermany, he met Hildegard lock and his wife, Diana, of Cooperstown, and Jim Pollock and his wife, Sharon, of Georgetown; his wife, Alma Harward Pollock of New Haven, Conn.; and many nieces and nephews. A memorial service is planned at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 3, at the First Presbyterian Church of Cooperstown, with the Rev. Elsie Armstrong Rhodes, pastor, officiating. A reception in the adjoining chapel will follow. He will be laid to rest in the columbarium in the Presbyterian Churchyard. The Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home is assisting the Pollock family.

to the Cooperstown area. He joined Bassett Hospital and was boiler operator there for 25 years. Harry was well known for his generosity. He loved Otsego Lake, was an inveterate “putterer” and enjoyed watching nature. For a number of years he raised homing and racing pigeons. He is survived by his wife Molly, son Thomas Holtje (Melinda Brown) of Rochester; daughter Susan Holtje and her children, Jeremey and Zuri Ryan and her grand-daughter, Lillyonna Ryan, all of Rochester, and son Daniel (Julie) Holtje and their children, Jess, Madeline, Ellie and Noah all

of Lima, Livingston County. Also, sister Corrine Pollak and her children Andy, Mark and Wendy, all of Milford; brothers Terry (Maureen) Holtje of Fort Lee and Bruce (Regina) Holtje and his children Keith and Loren of Franklin, Tenn. He was predeceased by his brother Ned and is survived by Ned’s wife Judy and their three children Danielle, Michael and Dawn all of New Jersey. In accordance with Harry’s wishes, services will be private. Arrangements are under the supervision of Tillapaugh Funeral Service.

Raymond Southworth, 86; Korean War Veteran Bonkte; they were married in 1952 and, following the completion of Ray’s military service, they moved back to Cooperstown. They first resided on Irish Hill and later, for nearly 35 years, on Chestnut Street (where Stewart’s is now) before moving to Middlefield. Following Hilda’s death, Ray married Helen Strong. He was a chef for more than 30 years, at Bassett, Woodside Hall and elsewhere. He was caretaker of Westville Cemetery.

In addition to his wife Helen, Ray is survived by his son Gregory (Cheryl) Strong, Westford, a granddaughter and great-granddaughter, and step-chldren and their families. A graveside service with military honors will be at 2 p.m. Friday, May 16, at Hartwick Cemetery, with Rev. Rose Bellen, pastor of the Westville United Methodist Church, officiating. Arrangements were entrusted to Tillapaugh Funeral Service.

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COOPERSTOWN – The service of committal for Maryellen Wrubleski, wife of Brian P. Wrubleski, will be at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 3, in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Index, with Father John P. Rosson, pastor of St. Mary’s “Our Lady of the Lake” Catholic Church, officiating. Arrangements are with Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home.

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BURLINGTON – A graveside service for Robert M. Winsor, veteran, family man and outdoorsman, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 3, in the Hartwick Seminary Cemetery, with the Rev. Barry Davis, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Burlington, officiating. Arrangements are with the Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home in Cooperstown.

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