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Greater Greece press. (Rochester, N.Y.) 1959-1977, February 19, 1959, Image 4

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% ^'Thife .Grenier Greece Press February 19, 1959 Sqie Sdieduied By Church Women /Che Women-’s ' Society of the Church of the Master will sponsor an opportunity sale in the church -• auditorium March § and 4 from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Merchandise may be brought to the church March 2 between 1 and 4 and 7 and 9 p. m. Chiiicfi Group Sees Cohcer Society Him Menibers of St. John’s Rosary Society met last night at the ^hool foHovvihg devotions. Mrs. John Utz, a representative of the American Cancer Society, showed the fihn, “Time and Two Women.” Dr. Barbara Arthur con­ ducted^ a question and answer pe- AH Mokes of M Om GAR RADIOS TELEtflSION | PHONOGRAPHS REPAIRS and SERVICE I . FREE GIFTS EVERY DAY at Our Booth cri the SPORTS-HOBBY SHOW EDWARD T. BOYCE & BON ;|33^27 La^e Ave. CHor. 2-1189 | \ » Store Hours: 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Mon. thru Soh ECCK p o r t vegetables Araft- go-to- Agethex colors to add decor to aie table; sliced beets with green peas; whole small onions and broccoli; and mashed yellow tur­ nips with buttered green beans. Did you kbow that you can make thin pancakes and fill them with' meat, vegetables or ■'cheese or all • three? They’re delicious FREE GIFT CERTIFICATES NIGHTLY art the SPORTS-HOBBY SHOW - JACK and JILL CHILDREN’S Sh’O r ' ' Ridgecrest S.hopphg Plaza THIS WEEK’S RECIPE Smokey Baited Potatoes (Serves 4) 4 medium potatoes, washed and baked cup hot milk 1-4 cup smokey cheese spread 2 tablespoons chopped parsley 2 tablespoons, butter 1 teaspoon salt ^4 teaspoon pepper Paprika . Cut half-inch slice from top of each potato Scojp out po­ tato. but do not break skin Mash potato and add all i.n- gredients e.xcept paprika f fill potatoes; spririkle with paprika. Bake irs a shallow pan in hot <4(Xi F. I oven for 1; minutes or until piping hot. ;;rAV.V.V-V-V.%W.V.W»%V,-^«'dViV«V.V.VA-AVAWWV^ I FRANK BRANDJ:S I I FRUIT STAND ^ 1358 Latta Road CHcnlotte 2-5303 GROCERIES — STAPLES FRUITS cmd'”VEGETABLES A FREE BASKET OF APPLES Each Night at the SPORTS-HOBBY SHOW served with a n;rpy chee.‘;e sauce. , Hot cocea c>r cn 'C .late is still a favorite on a ciully day. Redl the marshmaile-vv which top.= it m cmrtamom before serving an exotic flavor. Have some leftover rice' Heat and brown in butter With s..me rr,ushhoc>ms to go w,th the meat Ground l^rr.b ball? are dehciaus to serve v. ith boiled n oodles for supper. After shaping brown the balls in fat, t.hcn i^nuiier ur.til done in sorhe diluted cream of mushrcejm soup until cooked through. Frozen spinach soufTle baked according to package directions is gcxid %vhen served in squares With cuecsfe sauce ana a ilruii at ' VELTRI*S SHOE STORE ^ FREE ©IFTS at the SPORTS and HOBBY^HOW-r One Free Gift Each Night AN ESpUIRE SHINE KIT 1 baud Shoes for Men, TRIM-TR^ Sioes tior Women ' POLL-PABROT Shoes for Children SHOE REPAIRlIte Open Evenings 2854 Dewey Avenue I I TOWNE I MEN'S SHOP ONE BLOCK SPORTS SHiRT GIVEN AWAY Every Night • at the Big Sports Show I 2844 DEWEY AVENUE | Girl Scouf News Iroquois District J / Troop 148 will have a bouling ^ i party at C harloUe Bowling Hall Ji I Saturday ^ QUALITY FOODS AT REAL SAVINGS! Troop 397 has .started a 10-week i swinriming program at Columbus ] Civic Center. The girls began les- ' sons last W inter and hope to ac- I quire th e ir swim mers' badge this j Mr.s, Van Allen 'of St, John's Church is receiving some of the * credit for the smooth arrange- jm ents for the M o thers’ Tea. planned for M arch 8. She is as- ;sisting M arge Stephan who is i n ' J charge of the program . Eleven V troops are participating in the % project. i f Vi GALLON ICE CREAM Given Nighily at the SPORTS-HOBBY SHOW I Lenten Headquarters for Fresh and Salt Water FISH and Other Sea Foods FREE GIFT at the Sports and Hobby Show Each, Night 2 Pounds of Selected Shrimps Cost Accountants Hear I Talk by Kodak Aide * R o b ert B. M u rray was principal speaker at, y e s t e r ^ v ’s m eeting of Rochester C h a p ter. National Asso-^ elation of Accountants. | M u rray is a m em b er of the controller's staff at Eastm an Ko­ dak Company. His topic was \Re­ turn on Investm e n t as a Tool For Evaluating Alternatives.\ M c B ride MEATS and GROCERIES Since 1935 Dewey Avenue near Stone Road THANKS EXTENDED TO AMBULANCE CREW We wish to thank the men of the Barnard Ambulance crew for their kindness and their wonder­ ful service on February 8 when my hpsband was taken ill. Mrs. Grace Gostling 165 Willowbrook Road I DAVIES SEA FOOD MARKET Stone Road CHorlotte 2-3420 Business Veterans Run Liquor Store Two veterans of the wholesale liquor business are operating the K. V. Liquor Store at 143S Ridge Road West at Stone,Road. They are Ray Haggerty and Jer­ ry Mahon, lifeTong. residents of Rochester. They carry an extensive line of popular-brand liquor, cordials, wines and champagne. S GalloEis of Gasoline To Be Given FREE Each Night at the ^PORTS^ HOBBY SNOW SPALLiNA'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 3701 Dewey Avenue CH 7-9440

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