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Catskill Mountain news. (Margaretville, N.Y.) 1902-current, February 24, 1972, Image 8

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Page Two—NEWS, Margaretville, N. Y. Thurs., Feb. 24, O. Faulkner Fleischmanns M erit List H onor Died at His Home By Frances M. Davis Fleisciwnanns, Feb. 24 Mrs. Luella Muller is pres­ ently a patient at iBenedictine Residence for Senior Citizens at 105 Marys avenue, Room 320. Courtney Kelly of Mongaup Valley spent Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Iva Kelly. Miss Gail Davis and Miss Susan Knaut, seniors at Itliaca college, attended the profes­ sional ski races held at Beech Mt., N. C.. Feb. 14-16. Mr. and Mre. Christian M ar­ tens have returned from a three-week vacation, cruising the West Indies and South America on the SS Oceanic. Mrs. Mohan Cheema and daughter, Ariana, of New Rochclle are spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Fairlie. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Silber- stein of Arveme, N. Y., and Mrs. Mary Rozenoff of Flush­ ing returned to their homes on Thursday, after spending two weeks at the home of their brother, Sydney Silberstein. On Dean’s List Michael Sims, student at the University of Rochester, has been named to the dean’s list for the fall semester. The WSCS, Circle 2 held its February meeting Tuesday eve­ ning. Ten members were pres­ ent. Mrs. Eleanor Blish and Mrs. Arlene Thienel conducted the program. Hostesses were Miss Cwistance W ashburn of M argaretville has been named to the m erit list at Keuka col­ lege for scholastic achievement during the fall quarter. She is a member of the class of 1973, and is one of 77 in her class to receive the honor. To be named to the list a student m ust m aintain a 3.1 average on a 4.0 scale during the quar­ ter. MLss W ashburn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clif­ ford Washburn Sr., star route. Mrs. M arian W erth and Mrs. Dorothy Fager. Cathy Balcom, Reta Slade and Laura Tompkins accompa­ nied Rev. Richard Prue to Kings college at Briarcliff Manor Monday to attend the “college for a day” program. They participated in sports events, attended a basketball game, concert and banquet a t the college. Mrs. Vera Morris has re­ turned from the Nashua Me­ morial hospital iii New Hamp­ shire and is recuperating at home. EVERGREEN LANES, INC. Margaretville, N. Y. NEED INSULATION? Wood Fiber—^Blown In Urethane Spray Applications Comfort and Savings for You Free Inspections INSUL - LUX CORP. 607-326-4201 OPEN BOWLING Thursday—3 to 5 p.m., 7 p.m. t» close. Friday—10 p.m. to close. Saturday—7 p.m. to close. Smiday—2 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday—9:30 p.m. to close. Wednesday—2 to 5 p.m. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 586-4427 FREE CAR WASH WITH 8 GALLONS OR MORE FILLUP AT Texaco G as Station, A rkville Flalph O. Faulkner, who spent his life as a resident of New Kingston, died Tuesday at his home after a long dUness. He was 77. His funeral will be at 1 p.m. today, Thursday, at the Herrick funeral home in Margaretville and at 1:45 at the New Kings­ ton United Presbyterian churdi. Rev. William H a rter will have the services. Interm ent will be later in the New Kingston cemetery. Mr. Faullvner is survived by four sons, Kenneth, Douglas and Leonard Faulkner, all of New Kingston, and Hillis Faulkner of Shandaken, two daughters, Mrs. Ivan Lunn of Windsor Locks, Conn., and Mrs. Floyd Lunn of M argaret­ ville, 15 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. A brother, Guy Faulkner of New Kingston, also survives. His parents were Elmer and Ella Birdsall Faulkner of New Kingston, and he was bom June 28, 1894. He m arried Helen Ruff, who died in 1959. He was manager of the New Kingston Cooperative creamery until 1923, when he left to op­ erate his own farm above the village. He continued fai-ming until his retirem ent 18 years ago. He was a member of the New Kingston United Presbyterian church and an elder and clerk of the sessions of that church. He was vice president and di­ rector of the Middletown and Roxbury Fire Insurance Co. for several years and was a director of the Mid-Rox Fire Insurance Co. He was a member of the Dairymen’s League and a past “Wills and Legal Papers” will be the subject of Attorney H arry Schaps, who is to be the guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Delaware Coun­ ty Teachers Federal Credit union Tuesday, Feb. 29, at the A. L. Kellogg school in Tread­ well. -The meeting will begin at 6 :30 p.m. w ith a covered dish supper in the school cafeteria. All mem'bers and prospective members are welcome. Mem­ bership is open to any employe of a Delaware county school board or any member of the immediate family of a credit union member. TCU W ill M eet president of the M argaretville local of the League. He was activ'e in the town Democratic organization and had run for town office several times. REGISTRATION OF VOTERS INCORPORATED 'VILLAGE OF ANDES At the regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Incor­ porated Village of Andes, New York, held at the Village Office on February 1, 1972, the fol­ lowing Resolution was adopted: RE:S0LVED that the regis­ tration day for the annual Vil­ lage Election of the Incorpo­ rated Village of Andes, New York, shall be held on Satur­ day, March 4, 1972, between the hours of 12 noon and 9 P.M. in the evening at the Village Office located on Main Street in said village, and that at such tim e the Inspectors of Election will complete their register of qualified village voters in ac­ cordance wath Section 4-426 of the Village Law. Dated February 17, 1972 ELEANOR McKEE Village Clerk f24c Andes, N. Y. LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF HALCOTT SUPERVISOR'S REPORT FOB 1971 Summary of Cash—^All Funds Exhibit 1 CURRENT FUNDS Balance Disburse­ Balance Jan. 1 Receipts ments Dec. 31 General—Town Wide $ 433.51 $ 5,860.29 $ 6,150.26 $ 143.54 Highway: Repair and Improve­ m ent 1,858.12 4,166.74 6,024.86 Bridges 200.00 131.40 68.60 Machinery 3,837.68 6,781.61 10,523.39 95.90 Snow and Miscellan­ eous 886.01 5,313.99 5,715.61 484.39 Improvement Program 3,925.35 52.79 3,978.14 Special Districts: Fire Trust and Agency 576.45 1,200.00 1,167.27 1,200.00 1,241.46 502.26 TOTAL ALL FUNDS $11,717.12 $24,542.69 $34,965.12 $1,294.69 As Supervisor of the Town of Halcott I certify that the above is a correct summary of all cash funds. f24c ROBERT JOHNSON X- )«■ * !»■ * * Jf * t NEW ! NEW ! Heavy Duty Candy Striped Carpeting Foam Rubber Back 12 Ft. Wide $5.50 yd. New Sam ples o f N o rthcrest Shag C a rp e tin g . . . 20 Colors DE BARI'S PAINTS - TILE - CARPETING Main St., M argaretville Phone 586-4519 or 586-4498 ROXBURY RUN RESTAURANT 4 miles off Route 30 at Kelly Corners SWISS SPECIALTY AND AMERICAN CUISINE D inners served daily from 4 p.m. Sundays from noon. ANTHONY FREDRICKS . . . At the Organ FRIDAY and SATURDAY FONDUE POT AT THE BAR DURING COCKTAIL HOUR OPEN FOR LUNCH FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT NOON Phone 607 326-7577 or 326-9593 Your Hosts, WALTER and JACQUELINE KKT.I.F.R CLOSED WEDNESDAYS S a w e Get four 7-piece place settings. Each place setting includes a dinner plate, cup, saucer, salad plate, bread and butter plate, soup bowl and fruit/dessert dish. N o w V ictory invites you to set y o u r table with truly fine china. China y o u 'd pay much nnore for if purchased in a d e p a r tm e n t s tore! Jo h a n n Haviland Bavaria Germany China is pearly w h ite, im p o rted Bavaria P o rcelain and has a fine bell-like to n e . It is th e highest fired, hard e s t china now m a d e in th e entire w o rld. Johann H a v iland's d e f t craftsm a n s h ip lends it a graceful charm certain to en h a n c e th e en ­ jo y m e n t o f any m eal. Here's how JOHANN HAVILAND BAVARIAN CHINA CLUB VliORKS! Pick up your free club card now at Victory. Then, with each $3. purchase, you can buy a savings stamp for 99c plus tax. A $6.00 purchase entitles you to buy two stamps and so on. When you complete your card with 25 stamps, exchange it for your own 28- piece set of elegant JOHANN HAVILAND BAVARIA GERMANY China. You’ll have paid only $24.75 plus tax for a set that looks like it costs much, much more! WITH COMPLETED CLUB CARD HERE’S HOW TO ADD MATCHING SERVING PIECES! Beginning March 22, 1972 clip the valuable coupons in Victory weekly food ads. Each coupon is worth special savings toward matching completer places. There are nine serving pieces and each one will be offered twice during the 22 week period. Remember, check your newspaper ad each wesk for the coupon! MODERN COUPE. Available in sleek, elegant Silver Wheat and Wedding Rmg (shown). CONTEMPORARY RHINELAND. Available in subtle, aristocratic Sweetheart Rose (shown) and Twilight Rose. im p o rted Bavarian Porcelain Durable— High F i r e d Fine Bell-like T o n e Pearly White T ranslucent B o d y D i s h w a s h e r S a f e G u a ranteed n o t t o c r a z e G o l d & Platinum Trim Matching S e r v i c e P i e c e s P a t t e r n R e g i s t r a t i o n O p e n S t o c k Warranty NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR VICTORY MARKETS ALL 6 EXQUISITE PATTERNS ON DISPLAY IN OUR STORE START YOUR SET TODAY 4 ■ -•% _ TRADITION POMPADOUR. Available in.iOvcry flora! prints of Moss Ross (shown) and Biue Gar* land. ___ .. .

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