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Ssl .. ..-uM- The Pine Hill News By M is . Hden Merwin Tbmsday, May 25 Page Two—NEWS, Margaretville, N. Y. Thurs., May 25, lfl72 Mr. and Mw. L a rry Gantoer and children of Plainville, Jipent the weekend with her pafCflte, Mr. and Mre. F. R. B(»xiea. sa d ianMy. Mxs, Edwin FrBoee nt tliis viHaee. Sberidaa and Mrs. RichaM W ytecruk of Vt/aMdwaantu, Mbs. John Jdcx' zenntkt of Amfec and EHen Erickson of W and, the N o rthland Slatel Womens' bowMns team , attended the ftate txiwttng tournam ent a t Ronwi N.Y.. for tiie weekend. Mr. and Mn», Richard W, Merwio of Shandakfn spent Tuesday evening w ith their daughter. , Mrs. Erich WUkens. and fanily. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chaunoey v€ Shandaken were dinner guests at her sis­ ter. M n . Wifkens, and fm U v Thursday evening. M argaret Tometdco. RN, of NeMr York is spending tim e a t iter tom e in the villaee. Cbailes Barnes of New York eity spent die weeicend a t tlie Trippoer home on Bicdi Creek road. Mrs. William DHg enter­ tained 15 ladies a t a products party Monday evening. Vir­ ginia M<mse of South K o ftright was demoostrator. Terry Roberts eind daughter, Florence, of this vfflage, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roberts and children of Lake K atrine spent Mother’s day w t h Mr. and Mrs. H arry Roberts and family at Mahwah, N.J. Mrs. Jurgen WiDiens and son, Brian, spent from Tuesday until Friday with Mrs. Use W idens at Oneonta. Wednes­ day and Thursday all were guests of brother and siis- tCT-in-Jaw, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Ti<*. and daughter a t Painted P o s t They all enjoyed a visit at the glass center a t Corning. Mr. and Mrs. W arren Smith and daughter* spent Tuesday a t Cooperstown, where Karen attended the clinic in Bassett hospit^. Burials Held The remains of Mrs. Nora Eignor Sm ith of Flushinjg. Lul., who died Feb. 1, and of Edwin H. aCarsh of B e k enfield. CaM.. who died M arch 12, were in­ terred in PSne Hili cem etery Saturday afteriKxm. Mrs. S iaitb and M r, M arsh were Big Indian zaaidents for m any y e « s . Bmitfa J r . of titis va> la«e. FMtz KMitz of Oihrerea, W arner T^idd of Red Kilt nad Jack Bwyoe o f SMtfnuy a ttend­ ed the annual forest wcreation- a l m eeting of the Enviromnent- al CoBservAtion departm ent W arrensbury on Wednesday. M rs. idtm Camfibfdl Rox- huiy. Mr. and Mrs. Myron M o n e of Deland, Fla., and M n . M andttU Avery of Hial' oottvUle w ere FMday visitors a t the h o n e of Mr. and Mrs. B u rton Oardner. M rs. L. FSerrari of RockvtHe Centre. L.I.. spent Monday a n d Tuesday w ith her dattghter. Mrs. Riehfted CUrk. and fanir fly. Mrs. Chsriee Sm idi came home Saturday from Mane*- retvflle Memorial hospital, where she had undersone m ajor sureeiy. The grade classes of Plioeniaa sdtnoai had a f i ^ trip JM ond^ t o ttie loe caves a t EtlenvMe. Pupils from here were Julia Slater, K athy Bra- sen, Karen Erickson, Dade Smith and Girard Sheriff. Steel in Eye had a piece of steel enter his\ eye, while a t w ork a t the Windham Mt. Ski dub Friday. Monday he w ent to Dr. M artin of Kingston, who did it^nor surgery and removed the steel. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Brown of Hemp&tead, L J ., spent sev­ eral days at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. William Cure and, son spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Steve Brannen, and fam ily a t East Hyde Park. Mrs. Monica McOlusky of Brooklyn spent the weekend a t the M cdusky-Curzio home on lower Main street. Mrs. Joy Cure and Mrs. K athy Miller and baby daugh- DOUGLAS TCM» CARPENTER Lok)king for O n e-ji|^ Jobs Dry Brook Road, Arkville, N. Y. 586-3284 LAWN SALE MAY 27, 28, 29 9 :30 a.m. - 5 :00 p.m. At McIntosh Antiques Bovioa Center, N. Y. Refrigerator, stove, chest of drawers, other furniture, air conditioner and many new and used items. Internatioiial Lawn Party You get more tractor value when you buy an IbtemationaP Cub C ^et — SPECIAL OFFPI With the purchase of a Cub Cadet tractor from our stock at list price we will' gi^e you (1) FREE matching l«wn mower P l u s • (2) FREE, one of the following gittfi . . . Total values up to $289.00 . . —■W e b e r B a ib e e u e K e tt le a n d W o r k T a b le — S o n y A ll-W e a th e r P o r ta b l e — C h ircia S p ln d n g o r gpinr-C a st O u tf it^ —S e a l to n e A M / f l t t / F M S terisd S y s t ^ -<-Two Ctold M e d a l D ire c to r ’ii^^^^lialM^ — T u r e o O y m ^ t •^ A w e r ie a n T o u r iste r L u g g a f ^ y iii — ^B e rnz-G -M atic P o r ta b l e £ l e e t r i c B e f r t g e r a to r -<-A m es H o e a e -ow n e r’s T o o l S e t , — J a s o n 7x t o 15x Z o o m B fn o o u lara Stop ut imd Oiedk Our Deal Today KeDy Power EquifMe^ faic. M ato S t. M 6-2651 Jtfiaisan ^ jU e , J i, Y , jRepuUicans See Many Old Pictures Phoenicia, M^y 25. — The m cttthly m eeting of the town of S iandaken Republican club was he*d last w e ^ Thursday night a t the town hcdl in Alla- ben. The meeting was con­ n o t e d 1^ WiiUiam Fastenau, vice president, in the absence of the president A t the oonehjflion of the busi­ ness meeting, Edward West, town historian and Town Su­ pervisor Raymond J. Dunn abowed m any of the okl photo- graphs w h k ^ had been on dis­ play a t the Phoenida Mbrary, in eomnwmoration w ith the 168th birthday ot th e town of Sauuidaken. A large screen WM borrowed from the Phoe­ nicia school. ter. Mbnkiue, spent Sunday w ith their tuxde. C e d i Gra­ ham. in D ry Brook. H ie J, 4 Kttes Auxiliary of Pine Hiil fire depajrtoient will have a hake sale on Greco's store poceh Saturday morning. Mrs. Helen M « w in attended the Ladies Missionary meeting of the Caovesville church Fii' day evening a t the home of Mrs. Richard Finch in fleisch- m anns. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson of Ozone Park, L.I., are spend­ ing tiie week a t Iheir home on MrnpU avenue. Mr. and Mrs. David Leff of W est Palm Beach, Fla., arrived at their home on Elm street to spend several months. Mr. and Mrs. Sigfried Wurz- burger of Pa|m Beach, Fla., ar­ r i v e a t their home on Station road Wednesday for the sum­ mer. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lakatos, who spent the w inter at West Palm Beach, Fla,, arrived home Tu€ 5 Sday. rnieir daixghter, Mrs. Linda Pearson, and little daughter, Heidi, of Big Indian flew to Florida and spent two wekes with them. M errill Hitchcock and son, Donald, of Bristol, Conn., spent Saturday and Sunday here with his m other. Top Soiiors Have Averages Aiiove 97% The two hOTior student speak­ ers have been announced for the Onteora graduation June 25. As has been the tradition for the last several years, the commencement speakers are chosen by the group of senicM^ w ith an overall average of 90 per cent or better. This year the honor studenits have chosen Kimberly Thayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Thayer of SlM^an, and Ingrid M. Vogt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus­ tav K. Vogt of Phoenicia. Miss Thayer, an honor stu­ dent w ith an average of 97.5, has been accepted a t Harrtiwick college, Drew university and the S tate University Colleges of New York a t Oneonta, Gen- eseo and Oswego. She plans to enroll a t Drew university and will m ajor in pre-med. Her school activities include mem- ibership in the N ational Honor society, vice president of the freshm an class and a repre­ sentative to the student coun­ cil. She has been active in the girls athletic program, taking p a rt in sports activities and serving as an officer for two years in the Gdrls Athletic as­ sociation. She has served as the head of the Youth-in-Gov- em m ent program this year and has received an academic aw ard in French, L a st year Miss Thayer was chosen as the outstanding chem­ istry student and received an aw ard from the Mid-Hudson Valley Chemical society. Other activities include yearbook staff, a m ember of the m a rdi- ing band and selection of a special orchestra group. She has also been a very active member of the Girls Leader’s d u b for the last few years. Miss Vogt, who has an av­ erage of 97.3, has been accept­ ed at Cornell university a n d the College of New Rochelle. She plans to enter the College of New Rochelle next fall and m ajor in political science. Cur­ rently the president of the On­ teora high school National W H O L E G R A IN S i FLOUR, F R E S H BREAD. NATURAL V ITA M IN S .C H E E S E S . N U T S & N U T B U T T E R S .D R Y FRUIT. HERB T E A S , * HONEY. FERTILE EG G S .C E R E A L S . main street f margaretville men. - sat. 10-6 M oor G ard ^ LOW LUSTRE LATEX HOUSE PAINT Easy brushing— quick drying. Resists blistering, fumes & mildew. Non-fading colors stay clean & bright. $ A 69 M O O R E ’S'^ House Paint fCXTERlOR GLOSS FINISH For wood siding, doors & trim. Covers most surfaces in one coat. Long lasting durability & excellent gloss retention. MargaretviOe Hardware, Inc.^ Maw Street Phone 586-4716 Boicevdlle, May 25.—^The On­ teora chapter of th e National Honor society has donated $350 to the United W ay of U lster county. 'Rie money ref*esents the i»oceeds •from the recent musical, “D a ^ M emwy L ant” ^KHisored by the chapter and staged a t Onteora high school. Auxiliary Elects Incuinbeiit Officers Pine HiU, May 18. — The Ladies A u j^iary of the Pine Hill Fire Departm ent had its annual meeting with election of officers a t the fire house Tues­ day evening, with nine present. All officers were reelected. Mrs. Lowell Sm ith is president; Mrs. Jam es Sm ith Jr., vice president; Mrs. W arren Smith, secretary - treasurer; Mrs. A1 Rothman, card correspondent, and Mrs. Jam es Smith Sr., sup­ ply officer. The ladies will have a bake sale Saturday morning. May 27, on Greco’s Store porch. The annual straw b erry festival was planned for Jim e 18 a t the fire house. N H S D o n a t e * $ 3 S 0 Honor society, she wrote and produced the musical, ‘‘Down Memory Lane,” which was re­ cently staged by Honor society memlbers as a (benefit show for the United Way. O ther school activities include past president of the German dub, a membffl* of the school American Field Service chapter and a repre­ sentative to the student coun­ cil. She has been a member of the m ajorette squad through­ out-;high school, member of a special orchestra group, a par­ ticipant in the senior program, a member of the Quiz Bowl team and has earned S|>e< 3 al awards in German and for Eouth day in 1971. Jnsurance Card Must be in Car Albany.—-Any m o tor vehicie owner who h«s not received a set of insuranee identificaticHi cards should ccxrtact his insur­ ance company or agent imnje- (Jiateiy. Starting June 1, these cards wSll be required by New York S tate as proof of valid liability insurance coverage, and .they will replace many of the fi­ nancial secunty or “FS” forms now neeided for vehidle regis­ tration. C(»iHnissi(»ier Vinoent Tofany said the insurance industry is cooperating in this changeover by mailing to each policyholder two identical cards Hsiting all of the pertinent information aibout his vehicle’s coverage. The m otorist m u st hold one of these cards for surrender to the Departm ent of Motor Ve­ hicles whenever he obtains his annual registraticwi. This card w!ffl be used to vaiify the cover, age w ith the insurance company th a t issued it. The second card m u st be kept in the vehicle itself at all times as proof o f valid insurance, and the driver m u st produce it upon demand off a law enforcement agent, judge, or any individual An error in the 50-years-ago column publi^ed May 11 has been called to the attention of the present-day News staff. The original article published half a century ago gave the site of the GalM-Cinxa estate as the form er Fred “Ramsye\ farm. Mrs. Hugh Ramp writes th a t the farm was th a t of her father-in-law. the late Fred Ramp. involved dn an accident with th a t vehicle. Any feiilure to prodiice the card in such cir- cum staiK ^ will be presumptive evidence of uninsured opera­ tion. Under the provrfsiwis of the new program, a conviction fOT iminsured operation will perm it the Departm ent of Motor Ve­ hicles to impose an adminis­ trative fine over and above any penalties imposed by a court. As ibefore, this type of convic­ tion will bring revocation of driving privileges. Commissioner Tofany em­ phasized th a t the new identi- ficataon cards can be obtained only from the m otorist’s insur­ ance company or agent. The D epartm ent of Motor Vehicles has no authority to issue the cards or to waive their require­ ment. L o n g - A g o E r r o r Concert Sctl^iiied Tonight ^ h e *pring concert pre%ntie4 by children a t the EegiftaW Bennett ^cm im tBry SCl»^. Boi<jeviIle, iwOl be held t o n ^ , IShursday, a t 7:30 in the all-purpose room. 'Hie c o n ^ r t wall feature per­ formances by Miss Susan Cro- nan’« stjsinced ii»trum e n t stu ­ dents, the Bennett chorus wi­ der ditsetion of Mrs. M ar­ g a ret Boesa. and the B e n n ett band u n ^ the direction of Miss Maxy W est. The stringed instrum « it part of (the program wlH feature p>erfomiarK£s by the Suzaki violins, th e Suzaki cello and vioKn group, a string quartet, and 13ie orchestra. The 6O-v0jce chorus will sing a variety of selections on the theme “We Sing Aixjut Amer- ice.” The Bennett band will play four numbers, one of which is with a clarinet solo by Beth Quick. Featured also w ith the band will be a group of second grade flutophonists. The program will conclude with the “Battle Hymn of .the Republic” by the combined band and. chorus. There is no admission charge. Galli*Curci Theatre MargaretvUIe, N. Y. Plione 586-281S Tfaunday Friday Saturday May 25-26-27 ■niurs. 1 Show a t 8:30 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 2 Shows a t 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. GEORGE SEGAL & CO. ZERO MOSTEL “THE HOT ROCK” [GP] Sundasr-Monday May 28-29 1 Show at 8:30 p.m. PAUL NEWMAN LEE MARVIN in “POCKET MONEY” _______ ______________ Xues. - Wed. - Thurs. May 30-31, June 1 1 Show at 7:15 p.m. CHARLTON HESTON fai “THE TEN COMMANDMENTS” Coming Friday, June 2 “KIDNAPPED” VOTE FOR THE INCUMBENT JU D G E R I C H A R D H . F A R t E Y R E P U B U C A N \ ^ EN D O R S E D C A N D ID A T E 19 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN DELAWARE COUNTY VOTE PRIMARY DAY JUNE 20 —CITIZENS COMMITTEE FOR FARLEY P ic k - U p T ire S a le Lee Premium High way Rib SALE F.E. PRICE TAX 6.70 - IS 6 ply . • . $23.58 $2.42 7.00 - 15 6 ply • • . $27i7 $2.87 6.50- 16 6-ply • # . $24.88 $2.61 7.00 - 16 6 ply . . S28J2 $3.01 7.50 - 16 6 ply . • . $33.97 $3.40 7.50-16 ^ply * # . $37ii9 $172 7.00-14 6 ply , • . $28;55 $2.45 7-17i6ply • # . $33;17 $327 8-17.5 8 ply . . • . $4L76 $4.00 8.00 -16.5 6 ply - • . $38.41 $3.30 8.00-16.5 8 ply • . $ ^ $3.57 10:16.5 6 ply . 0 . $47.53 $4.34 10:16i 8ply . 0 . $54.64 $4.73 TIRE SER LEE TIRE DIS ; G R A N D Route 30, Grand FREJE MOUNTING

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