Retrospective

Twenty years ago – 1994

The Rev. Timothy Peter Kesicki, S.J., was ordained a priest on June 11 at Gesu Church in Cleveland, Ohio. He will celebrate his first Mass at Holy Trinity Church on June 18. Father Kesicki is the son of Bob and Carmella Kesicki of Dunkirk. On Sunday, June 26, he will perform the baptismal ceremony for his newborn niece, also at Holy Trinity Church. Father Kesicki’s first assignment will be to serve the refugees in East Africa from Sudan.

Thirty years ago – 1984

Mrs. Sophie Loeb, 58 East Green St., Dunkirk has a particular interest in the forthcoming Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. Her granddaughter, Pamela May, a student at Utah State University, has been selected to play trombone in the All-College Olympic Marching Band. According to the proud grandmother, viewers looking for Pamela in the marching unit should “look for the largest trombone and the smallest musician.”

Forty years ago – 1974

Theresa Ann Dybka of Cherry Creek graduated second in her class from the Millard Fillmore School of Nursing in Buffalo.

Fifty years ago – 1964

The Pine Valley Rough Riders are planning their first western horse show.

Joseph Henry has been named Pomfret Highway Superintendent.