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The old cash register, a menagerie of stuffed animals and the old aluminum sign are among items for sale.
Many Boyhood Dreams On Block As Hesse Auctions Storeâ€™s History By LIBBY CUDMORE OTEGO
At his galleries in Otego, auctioneer Buzz Hesse examines the moose head that fascinated generates of Oneonta boys in the former Stevens Hardware, formerly the downtownâ€™s oldest store.
uzz Hesse will probably want a little more for the birch-bark canoe than John Stevens paid for it in the 1930s. â€œHe bought it from an Algonquin Indian in Quebec for a dollar a foot and a carton of Pall Mall cigarettes,â€? said Hesse, who will put the canoe â€“ and the rest of a range IF YOU GO of artifacts from Stevens Hardware â€“ up on the (AND WHY WOULDNâ€™T auction block YOU?): 4:30 at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, April p.m. Thurs4, at his Hesse day, April 4, Hesse Galler- Galleries, 385 ies, 350 Main Main St., Otego. John Stevens St., Otego. was the third generation to operate Stevens Hardware (and sports equipment) at 153 Main St. â€“ the oldest store in downtown Oneonta â€“ until a few weeks before his death last Nov. 20. Generations of boys remember going there with their dads and marveling at the stuffed moose head and other marvels of taxidermy and outdoor lore. Stevens started working at the store in 1935. During World War II, he joined the Army Air Corps and was shot down during a bomber raid into Germany; he Dueling pistols and other oddiescaped into Switzerland, where ties (top photo), and an original birch-bark canoe (above) must he was interred. Returning to Please See STEVENS, B3 go.
Congratulations, Dad. You Had Quite A Career Editorâ€™s Note: Son Chad drafted this appreciation to surprise his dad, Mike Welch, who was due back from a post-retirement vacation this week after 40 years serving generations of Cooperstown-area car buyers.
salesman and posed the idea of him selling cars at his Ford dealership on Chestnut Street. Mike was skeptical at first. He had invested his time and money getting through barber school, and he didnâ€™t know anything about selling cars. Ed assured him he had all the tools he needed to succeed at the job: He By CHAD WELCH was hard working, polite, and he knew how to talk to customers. This is how it came to be that SmithCOOPERSTOWN Cooperstown hired Michael Welch in February 1973. At that time, there were four newichael Welch spent his first few years car dealers in the Village of Cooperstown, all in Cooperstown as a barber on Main within a mile stretch of Chestnut Street and Street. There he met Edward C. Smith, owner of Smith-Cooperstown, Inc., a OTSEGO.life file photo where it emptied into Route 28. Soon after joining the dealership, a gas customer of the shop. Mike Welch poses with his Smithshortage led to rationing at the fuel stations, Over the years and haircuts that followed, Cooperstown team in January 2012. Son Chad is third from right. Please See DAD, B2 Mr. Smith told Mike he would be a good car
An Easter hunter hops across the snowy fields to gather goodies at Hyde Hallâ€™s 2012 Easter Egg Hunt.
Easter Eggs To Dot Lawn At Hyde Hall
yde Hallâ€™s annual Easter Egg hunt returns with basket raffles, goody bags, balloons and fun for all! 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, March 30. Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park, Cooperstown. Info, Jonathan Maney, (607) 547SWING DANCE: First Night and LEAFâ€™s monthly swing dance with Blues Maneuver. $10 admission includes free dance lesson. 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 29. The Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, Carol Mandigo, (607) 432-0090. MORE EASTER: Cooperstownâ€™s Easter Parade is at noon Saturday, in Lakefront Park, followed by a tea party at the Tunnicliff Inn. And Sunday, a Sunrise service is planned at 7 p.m. in Lakefront Park. SEASON OPENS: The season opens Saturday, March 30, for The Fenimore and Farmersâ€™ museums, West Lake Road, Cooperstown. LAST SYRUP: Celebrate Easter with the last of the Farmerâ€™s Museum â€œSugaring Off Sundaysâ€? pancake breakfasts. $9 adults, $5 under 13, under 6 free. 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, March 31.
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Mike Welch Sold Fords To Multiple Local Generations DAD/From B1 and the values of the popular large cars plummeted almost overnight. It was a difficult time for anyone to sell cars, especially in a small town with so much competition. Mike survived those early struggles with an easy demeanor and a persistence that helped separate him and the dealership from the others. It wasn’t long before many of the customers who once sat in his barber chair ended up behind the wheel of a Ford. The hard work during his early days earned him loyal clients; several of them bought every car from him. So did their children and grandchildren, friends and co-workers. Their trust and the friendships he made rewarded him with a lifelong love for his work. He helped the business grow and eventually the
Mike Welch joined Smith-Cooperstown when it was on Chestnut Street, two buildings north of the Inn at Cooperstown, and experienced the move to the new showroom on Route 28 south of the village. In both photos he is with Ed Smith, the dealership’s proprietor.
dealership moved from the confines of the village to the comfort of their current location in 1988. The staff grew as well and now employs 28 full-time employees. He became responsible for managing the business in addition to selling cars, successfully juggling both
tasks for decades. Year after year the dealership earned national recognition for customer service during his tenure. Customers and employees alike would agree that they appreciated Mike because they knew how much he appreciated them, and he made
them feel like there was never any reason for them to go anywhere else. He enjoyed a great relationship with his boss, two “car guys” who shared a passion for the car business that Edward Smith had learned from his father, Harry W. Smith, and impart-
ed upon Mike as a young salesman. They formed a team that lasted for 40 years, from the early days of gas rationing to the advent of hybrid and electric cars, through late nights spent chatting with tire kickers to doing the same with online shoppers, they kept selling cars together, and Smith-Ford kept going strong. On March 13, 2013, Michael Welch worked his last day for Smith-Cooperstown, Inc., completing a career that began as a novice car salesman and culminated in being the general manager for one of Cooperstown’s oldest continuously operating businesses and its last remaining car dealer. As hard as it is for him to leave the job he loved and dedicated his life to, he feels pride in knowing he proved his boss right; Mike Welch was a great car salesman.
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Otsego County Lutheran Parish The Reverend Paul Messner, STS Sandra Shear, Associate in Ministry Atonement, Oneonta • 1 Center Street, Oneonta Evangelical, Hartwick Seminary State Hwy 28, 4 miles south of Cooperstown Shineman Chapel, Hartwick College St. Matthew, 125 Main Street, Laurens St. John, State Rte 80, West Burlington
Maundy Thursday: March 28, Holy Communion (representative foot washing and stripping the altar) 7:15 am St. Matthew • Noon Atonement 2 pm Hartwick College • 5:30 pm St. John 6:30 pm Seder Supper with Holy Communion for the parish at Evangelical Good Friday: March 29
10 am Atonement • Noon Evangelical 2 pm Hartwick College • 5:30 pm St. John 7 pm St. Matthew (at Presbyterian church)
Holy Saturday: March 30, Vigil of Easter 7 pm Atonement
Festival of the Resurrection - Easter Day: March 31 Easter Sunrise Service 6:30 am Brownells 1810 County Rte 10, Laurens 8:30 am St. Matthew • 10 pm St. John 10 am Atonement • 11:30 am Evangelical
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STEVENS/From B1 Oneonta, he operated Stevens for another six decades. “People have been telling me, ‘I bought my first gun there!’” said Hesse. “He was an instrumental figure in this community.” One of Hesse’s favorite finds while he was gathering items for the auction was the original aluminum sign. “I don’t know when it was taken down, but it’s a piece of history.” Originally, there may have been glass behind the letters, but no broken glass was found. “I don’t understand why it was universally removed,” he said. “And
Thursday March 28
OPENING -- Annutto’s Farm Stand opens for the season. 5396 St. Hwy 7, Rte. 7, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-7905. SWING DANCE – 6:30 p.m. First Night and LEAF host a swing dance. Lesson, music by Blues Maneuver. Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, Carol Mandigo, (607) 432-0090. WORD THURSDAY -- 7 p.m. Roscoe writer Mermer Blakeslee and NYC performance poet Chocolate Waters perform on Women’s History Month. Refreshments served. $3, 18 and under free. Bright Hill Press & Literary Center, 94 Church St., Treadwell. Info, (607) 829-5055.
Friday, March 29 Good Friday
BUDDHIST – 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Guided meditation for relaxation. Rangjung Yeshe Gomde, 412 Glimmerglen Rd., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5475051, rygcooperstown@gmail. com.
Saturday, March 30
FENIMORE -- Fenimore Art Museum opens for the season. 5798 St. Hwy. 80 (Lake Rd.), Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5471400, www.fenimoreartmuseum. org EGG HUNT -- 10 a.m.-noon Hyde Hall Annual Easter Egg Hunt! Easter basket raffles, goody bags, balloons and fun for all! Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-5098. EASTER PARADE -- Noon. Cooperstown Easter Parade and tea party. Lakefront Park and Tunnicliff Inn, Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5479983. EASTER TRAIN -- 2 p.m. Easter Bunny Express Trains on the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad. Adults $17, seniors $16, children 3-12 $14, 3 and under free. Reservation required. 136 E. Main St., Milford. Info, (607) 432-2429. JAZZ -- 6-9 p.m. Tim Iverson and jazz friends live. Portabello’s, 6207 St. Hwy. 28, Fly Creek. Info, (607) 547-5145.
Sunday, March 31 Easter Sunday
SUGAR SUNDAYS -- 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Final Sugaring-Off Sunday. Pancake breakfast, maple demonstrations, Empire State Carousel opens. $9 adults, $5 under 13, under 6 free. The Farmers’ Museum, 5775 St. Rte. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-1472 EGG HUNT -- 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Family Fun-filled Day will egg hunt, face painting, snacks, and prizes. Special Brunch Buffet. Tryon Inn, 124 Main St., Cherry Valley. Info, (607) 264-3331. .EASTER TRAIN -- 2 p.m. Easter Bunny Express on the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad. Adults $17, seniors
there’s no electric plug on the sign.” Hesse regrets not taking the aluminum letters off the front of the building, which is for sale. “I was chagrined that I forgot to get them,” he said. Stevens’ cash register and the stuffed animals are on the block, including the giant moose and a coyote chasing a pheasant. “Even props, like the fake trees, are for sale,” he said. “It was all part of the ambience.” Also on the block is the “Lure Swap” board, with a few lures left. “You can see what kind of entrepreneur he was – you could trade $16, children 3-12 $14, 3 and under free. Reservation required. 136 E. Main St., Milford. Info, (607) 432-2429. .BUDDHIST -- 6-7 p.m. Guided meditation for relaxation. Rangjung Yeshe Gomde, 412 Glimmerglen Rd, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-5051, email@example.com.
Monday, April 1 April Fool’s Day!
RUN DEADLINE -- Suggested Preregistration for the Fly Creek Cider Run 5K Fun Run/3K Walk fundraiser ends today. Adults $25, 12 and under
him a lure or pay 25 cents for a new one.” And part of that ambience are two items of historical value – a pair of dueling pistols and a document carrier belonging to George Custer. The pistols, from I. Schmidt, Gustav, Germany, are engraved with the initials F.G. Bastian and 1842. The barrels bear a “Damascus Twist” pattern. “I have never seen it so curly,” said Hesse. “And there’s all this beautiful engraving on the furniture.” The document carrier looks like just an old, slightly rusted muffler, but the lettering clearly reads “George Custer.” “There’s
Friday, April 5
COMMUNITY GARDEN -- City of Oneonta is accepting applications for the Community Gardens program from city residents only. 24 plots are awarded first-comefirst-served basis. To apply, submit completed application and check or money order of $25 at recreation office and at www. oneonta.ny.us/recreation. Info, (607) 432-0680. OPEN STUDIO -- 1-4 p.m. Smithy Center for the Arts holds a pottery open studio. Supervi-
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a lot of forgery out there, but I’ve looked at this very carefully and my opinion is that this artifact did belong to Custer.” There are a few odds and ends up on the block as well, including a large fungi with names written on the back of it – Hesse has no idea who they are – and two barrels of 19th century paint pigment, grey and red. “You break it up and mix it with oils – it’s great paint.” Hesse hopes bidders will keep these items local. “I’ve seen a lot of wonderful things I lament about,” he said. “I want to see them stay in the area.” CONTRADANCE – 8-11 p.m. Otsego Dance Society spring dance. Casey Mullaney calls; music by Ithaca’s O’Shanigans. 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, April 6
CRAFT SHOW -- Greater Plains Elementary School PTO craft show. Event is free and open to public. Crafters may rent a table for $20. RUN/WALK EVENT -- 8 a.m. Otsego County Run/Walk Event. Registration opens at 8. Opening Ceremony at 9:45, run/ walk begins at 10. Neawah Park, Oneonta. BOTTLE DRIVE -- 9 a.m. Boy Scout Troop 1254 will pick up deposit bottles and cans at curb side. Call for special pickup. Info, (607) 547-1310. SALE -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Family to Family Sale at the Brookwood School. Gently used clothes, shoes, toys, books, games, strollers & baby equipment, housewares, home decor. 687 Cty. Hwy. 59, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-4060. MONSTER BENCH -- 9:30 a.m. Clark Sport Center hosts the Monster Bench competition. Men, women, and teams are invited. Weigh-ins and registration at 9:30, competition begins at 11. 124 Cty. Hwy. 52, Cooperstown. Info, Rich Jantzi, (607) 547-2800. OPEN STUDIO -- 1-4 p.m. Smithy Center for the Arts pottery open studio. Supervisors are on hand doing wheel demos. 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8671. THEATER -- 2 p.m. Orpheus presents “Off The Hook.” $15 general, $10 students. Foothills Performing Arts Center, 21 Market St., Oneonta. Tickets, Info, (607) 432-9392. ART OPENING -- 5 p.m. Cherry Branch Gallery opens exhibit Dunga Brook Diary: A Year of Seeing Differently featuring photography of Vicki Whicker. 25 Main St, Cherry Valley. Info, (607) 264-9530.
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$10. Info, www. unitedwaydo.org. GRANT WRITING CLASS -- 6-8 p.m. Career Opportunities for Rural Education class in Grant Writing. Pre-registration required. Oneonta Adult Ed., 31 Center St., Oneonta. Info, Liz Rickard, (607) 286-7721, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, April 2 Passover Ends
OPENING -- 10 a.m. The Farmers’ Museum opens for the season and introduces Rusty and Red, two new bull calves. The Farmers’ Museum, 5775, Rt. 80, Cooperstown. Info, www.farmersmuseum.org. BUDDHISM -- 5:15 p.m., “The Buddhist View.” The Green Earth, 4 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 829-3702. DOG CLUB -- 6:30 p.m. Del-Otse-Nango Kennel Club (DONKC) monthly meeting. AKC chapter meeting, prospective members welcome. Hampton Inn, 225 River St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 621-3582, susqudilla@ stny.rr.com Oneonta. Tickets, Info, (607) 432-9392.
Wednesday, April 3
CHICKEN DINNER -- 6:30 p.m. The Criterion Club of Cooperstown celebrates its 85th birthday with a baked chicken dinner. Members should bring their birthday pennies. $12 per person. The Vet’s Club, 60 Main St., Cooperstown. Info, Alene Foutch, (607) 547-2182. DOCUMENTARY -- 7 p.m. First Presbyterian Church presents award-winning documentary “Buck,” chronicling the life of Buck Brannaman, real-life equine trainer and inspiration for the book and film “The Horse Whisperer.” 25 Church St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5478401.
sors are on hand doing wheel demos. 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-86714. ART OPENING -- 5-7 p.m. The Cooperstown Art Association opens two exhibits: “Two Generations of Gouache” and “Into the Light: Mimi George.” 22 Main St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-9777. GUYS NIGHT -- 6-9:30 p.m. Girls on the Run of Central New York host a Guys Night Out at Brewery Ommegang. Attendees tour the brewery and receive a beer tasting, complimentary glass, and four course cafe dinner. 70 tickets sold for $100. 656 Cty. Hwy. 33, Cooperstown. Info, Sherrie Kingsley, (607) 2643377; Matt Grady at Stagecoach Coffee. CONCERT -- 7:30 p.m. Oneonta Concert Association presents acclaimed classical string siblings Duo Parnas with French pianist Vincent Adragna. Works by Ravel, Brahms, and local composer Carleton Clay. $20 adults, $6 students. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 6439020.
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Sunday, April 7
BIRD WATCHING -- 7:30 a.m. The Delaware-Otsego Audubon Societyâ€™s Annual Spring Trip. All day trip; bring lunch. Meet in Dietz St. parking lot. Info, Eleanor, (607) 435-2054. JAZZ -- 6:30 p.m. Branford Marsalis Quartet with the Inter-Collegiate Jazz Band. $10 student, $35 silver, $45 gold. Foothills Performing Arts Center. 21 Market St., Oneonta. Info, tickets, (607) 431-2080.
Tuesday, April 9
BUDDHISM -- 5:15 p.m., â€œThe Buddhist View.â€? The Green Earth, 4 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 829-3702.
Wednesday, April 10
WOMENâ€™S CLUB -- 1 p.m. The Womenâ€™s Club of Cooperstown meet with program â€œSpring Card and Game Party!â€? Hosted by Mary Margaret Kuhn. Christ Church Parish House, 69 Fair St., Cooperstown. Info, Mary Margaret Kuhn, (607) 547-6181. GREEN WORKSHOP -- 4-7 p.m. Green Jobs Green NY Workshop shows home owners how to make their homes as energy efficient as possible. Registration requested. Morris Central School Auditorium, 65 W, Main St,, Morris. Info, (607) 723-0110, www. energywiseotsego.eventbrite. com.
NOTICE OF FORMATION of Limited Liability Company (LLC) The name of the LLC is BTP Cooperstown LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York on February 15, 2013. The purpose for which the LLC has been formed is to engage in any lawful act or activity. The County within the State of New York in which the principal office of the LLC is to be located is Otsego.
Friday April 12
OPEN STUDIO -- 1-4 p.m. Smithy Center for the Arts pottery open studio. Wheel demonstrations. 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 54786714. LECTURE -- 4 p.m. â€œThe Soviet Occupation of Russian Ortho-
dox Iconography,â€? Doug Zullo, Ass. Prof. of Art & Art History. Hartwick College, Bresee Hallâ€™s Eaton Lounge, 1 Hartwick Rd, Oneonta. Info, Matthew Voorhees, (607) 431-4387, email@example.com. ROAST PORK -- 4:30-7 p.m. Cooperstown United Methodist Church roast pork dinner. Adults $9, kids $5. Eat in or take out. Handicapped accessible. 66 Chestnut St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-9540. DOLLAR DINNER -- 5 -7 p.m. Spaghetti dinner with meat sauce, bread, beverage and cookie. $1, proceeds go to Pastorâ€™s emergency fund. Laurenâ€™s Presbyterian Church, 3 Main St., Laurens. Info, (607) 432-3738. TALENT SHOW -- 6:30-9 p.m.
CHILD RESOURCES -- 6-8 p.m. Parenting Resource Center workshop on living with 10-15 year olds. Child care, refreshments provided. Registration required. 277 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-2870. FILM SERIES -- 7 p.m. â€œThe Big Lebowski.â€? $6 at the door. The Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 643-4022.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY, MARCH 28-29, 2013
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CFEE sponsors â€œCoopâ€™s Got Talent.â€? Performers register in the office of either the elementary or high school. Cooperstown High School, Sterling Auditorium, 39 Linden Ave., Cooperstown. Info, Jane, (607) 547-9365. SQUARE DANCE-- 7:30 p.m. The Doubleday Dancers evening of square dancing at Cooperstown Elementary School. 21 Walnut St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 264-8128.
Saturday, April 13
EARTH FESTIVAL -- 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Otsego County Conservation Association 8th Annual Earth Festival. Information and Vendor Fair 11-3 in the gym. Empire Recycling with ConfiData Shredder from 11-2. Milford
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An open letter about testing: what parents and community members need to know Next month, our students in grades 3-8 will take state tests based on the new Common Core standards adopted by the State Education Department. Parents and educators have raised serious concerns about the timing and preparation for these new standardized exams. As president of NYSUT, I am writing to let you know why teachers are so concerned. Let me be clear: Teachers support the principle of Common Core standards. Done right, implementation of quality Common Core standards can enrich and expand student learning, critical thinking and creativity. And we fully support the principle of accountability for students and educators. Done right, standardized tests can be one of many measures that can strengthen teaching and learning. But the problem is: Testing
in New York state isn’t being done right.
No experienced teacher would test students on material before it’s been taught — and yet that’s the scenario the state has created in its rush to roll out new standardized tests. Two-thirds of teachers surveyed statewide say their students lack books and materials aligned with the new Common Core standards. As recently as last month, the state was still rolling out materials and instructions on Common Core, while expecting students to have mastered new curriculum by April. Too many students have not had time to prepare for what will be a whole new set of challenging standardized exams in math and English Language Arts. Not surprisingly, everyone from U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan to State Education Commissioner John King has acknowledged that students’ test scores will likely drop significantly — some estimates say up to 30 percent. Yet the state is allowing this year’s scores to be used to unfairly label students and to inaccurately measure teacher effectiveness. As parents know, it’s wrong to impose “high stakes” on too many tests, given too frequently, and before teachers have had the opportunity to properly prepare their students. It’s wrong for children to come home crying after taking a test. Thousands of educators are “telling it like it is” and sharing these concerns about student stress and anxiety in detailed, heart-felt letters to Commissioner King and the Regents. Here’s what we’re saying: Let’s get this right. Patience, time and resources are required to implement new and challenging Common Core standards. This year’s exams should be used to measure the state’s progress in introducing Common Core standards — not for high-stakes decisions. Just like you, educators support high standards. Our
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Mark W. de Roziere 22; SUNY Student Was Active In College Theater
ONEONTA – Mark W. de Roziere 22, a SUNY Oneonta student who starred in several college theater productions, died suddenly Thursday, March 21, 2013 at his apartment in Oneonta. Mark was born March 17, 1991, in Schenectady, attended Schoharie Central School, graduating with the Class of 2009. He later attended Hartwick Col-
lege and, since last fall, SUNY Oneonta. While in high school and college, he was active in drama and sports. de Roziere He participated in the production of plays at SCS,
Hartwick, and the Depot Lane Theatre. He enjoyed snow-boarding, soccer, tennis, and also played Little League. Excelling in academics, Mark was a member of the National Honor Society and the New Visions Honor Society. Survivors include his parents, Marie and Dick Vedder of Schoharie, his siblings Matthew A. Smith of Scho-
harie, Samantha M. Smith of Middleburgh and William R. Vedder of Schoharie, step-sisters Nena Thompson of Long Island, Kimberly Kennedy of Huntersland, Mark Vedder of Florida and Shelby van Eekeren. Other relatives include Joannes and Marietta van Eekeren, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, his grandparents Roger and Helga de Ro-
ziere, Bill and Helen Vedder and a very special neighbor, Thomas “Wilson” Byrnes, all of Schoharie. He was predeceased by grandparents Wim and Jacoba van Eekeren. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Tuesday, March 26, at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, me-
morial contributions may be made to the SCS Music Department, PO Box 430, C/O Mark Pracher, Schoharie, NY 12157 OR Depot Lane Theatre, C/O Colonial Heritage Association, PO Box 554, Schoharie, NY 12157. Arrangements are entrusted to the Langan Funeral Home, Schoharie.
Marjorie E. Barnes 86; Farmed In Otsego, Ran Bill’s Lunch In Oneonta ONEONTA – Marjorie E. Barnes 86, the former owner of Bill’s Lunch in Oneonta, passed away on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown. Marjorie was born on Jan. 4, 1927 in Schenevus, the daughter of the late Charles and Edith (Ritchey) Gohde. She married Louis E. Barnes on July 17, 1949.
He predeceased her on Oct. 26, 1963. They owned and operated a dairy farm on the Ostdawa in Otego from 1950 to 1963. Marjorie also owned and operated Bill’s Lunch in Oneonta, as well as being the head cook for the Senior Meals Program at Nader Towers. She enjoyed crafts, especially ceramics, watching
Debbie Barnes of Oneonta, Christine and Rick Haines of South Carolina and Barry and Jennifer Barnes of Watervliet. She is also survived her grandchildren, Mark and John Walley, Kimberly Beckley, Steven Hoag, Scott and Lorisue Barnes, Erick and Laura Haines, Patrick and Michael Barnes and her ten great grandchildren.
Besides her husband and her parents, she was predeceased by her infant son, Larry James Barnes, brother, Earl Gohde, her sister and brother-in-law, Virginia and Floyd Dubben and her sister-in-law, Dorothy Gohde. The funeral was held Saturday, March 23 at the funeral home, with Rev. Stephen Fournier, officiat-
ing. Interment was in the Ouleout Valley Cemetery, Franklin. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Patient Activity Fund, c/o Otsego Manor, 128 Phoenix Mills Cross Road, Cooperstown, NY 13326. Arrangements are entrusted to the Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home, Oneonta.
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ONEONTA – Doris G. Pulver, 86, the former owner of Duke’s Place in East Worcester, died March 16, 2013, at Fox Nursing Home, Oneonta. She was born May 28, 1926, in Brooklyn, the daughter of Roy and Helen (Hopkins) Henry. Doris married Everett C. Pulver on June 24, 1950. They owned Duke’s Place in East Worcester. She is survived by her sister, Deborah Brown of
Wilbur Davis, 101; Avid Hunter Gave Land For State Park RIVERDALE – Wilbur Davis, 101, who donated the land that became the Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park in Westford, passed away on March 19, 2013. He was born in 1911, in Kentucky, to Mildred and Ernest Davis. He was married to Betty Yancovich Davis for 76 years. She passed away in 2012. He was an avid sportsman, and shot his last deer at the age of 99 years. He was an accomplished taxidermist. In 2001, they donated 190 acres in Westford, for the establishment of the Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park. Arrangements are entrusted to the Johnston Funeral Home, Morris.
East Rockaway; three brothers-in-law and their families, Morgan Pulver, James Pulver and Fred Pulver; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband in 2003; and her only child, Everett Pul-
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