TO: July 14 and August 25, 1977
Donna A. Damcott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Damcott, RD 4, Sherman, and Daniel C. Stratton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Stratton of RD 1, Ashville, were united in marriage June 25 at the Sherman First Baptist Church. The Rev. Walter Hallberg and the Rev. Dale Stratton, brother of the groom, officiated at the ceremony. Miss Marie Harmelink was organist; Mrs. Douglas Fuller, Pianist and Mrs. David Bogert, Soloist.
Sic Clymer, Sherman area students are among more than 850 students at the State University College at Fredonia have been named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester. They include: Ruth Elaine Adams, North Clymer, English; Carol Louise Babcock, Sherman, Speech and hearing; William B. Hemink, North Clymer, Theatre Arts; Harold F. Howard, Findley Lake, Biology; Susan Rita Hunt, Panama, Elementary Education; Robert L. Weeks, North Clymer, Biology.
The Sherman Training Class of 1926 held its 51st reunion on Saturday evening with a 5 o’clock dinner at the Dutch Village Restaurant in Clymer with 17 in attendance.
The Gallup and TenHaken Co., Inc. of Clymer, held a picnic for their employees Saturday, July 9 at M.E. Gallup’s cottage on Chautauqua Lake.
Bryan Harmelink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Harmelink, will leave July 20 for Cuiaba, Brazil, where he will spend several months with the Wycliffe Bible Translators in housing construction for missionary translators. There will be a benefit bake sale on Saturday at 9:00 a.m. at the Clymer Legters Bros. Meat Market. Why not show your support for this worthy cause?
Mayville - Chautauqua Little League players. Their coaches and managers, and their families will have a family picnic at Lakeside Park Saturday starting at 2:00 clock. Each of the players will be expected to take a gift for the contest which have been planned.
Robert Reise, 54, passed away Thursday, July 28, at the Millard Fillmore Hospital in Buffalo after an extended illness. He is survived by his wife, Helen Auringer Reise and five daughters.
Many Sherman folk will remember Bob and Helen. They came to Sherman in the 1940’s. According to my 1948 year book Mrs. Reise,who was not married then, taught Language. The following year she was a second grade teacher and Mr. Reise taught.
The Reises ran the Chautauqua News from 1949 to 1953. No doubt many of you recall them during that time. In recent years Mr. Reise was in some form of publish business in the Buffalo area.
Elaine Cole, Sentnel Newspapers Sherman Columnist, reports how her 12-year-old son, Kevin, “came racing into the yard Tuesday morning and out of breath. He was all excited and announced he had just seen a bear on the trail beside the creek bank.” He and his horse were walking through the woods at the time.
“Kevin yelled,” she said, “and the bear, as well as the horse, took off in different directions. The horse didn’t stop until they reached home.”
A good rider, Mrs. Cole tells us she plans on taking a horseback ride, and a camera, through the area very soon.