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. - V V- ;f ^ r V V T* t Page.Four-NEWs, Margaretvnie, N. 1 . Thurs.. May 25,1972 S h a V C r t o W ll C l o s c T e a i i i W i n n e r W e b e l o s G r a d u a t e s H a l c o t t C e n t e r C H U R C H S E R V I C E S / CSatskill Mountain News Owned and Operated by Catskill Mt. Publishing Corp. Margaretville. N. Y. 1245S Telephone 914 586-2601 PU B L ISH E D W E E K L Y M argaretville, N. Y. RO S W E L L R. SANFORD President and Publisher A L T O N M. W E ISS Editor W IL L IA M G. EM E R S O N Shop For«nan Member of Audit Bureau of Circulation Please address mail to the newi- paper, not to individuals. Subscriptions $7.50 per year, except $S in Delaware, Greene and Ulster counties and Town of Rockland in Sullivan county and Town of Gilboa in Schoharie county. All subscriptions payable in advance and stopped at expiration. Single copies of current editions wrapped and mailed, 25c each; old copies, 3Sc each. _ We reserve the ng h t to reject copy, either advertising or news. •■Adver­ tising rates on application. Andes Pupils Show A rt a t Center Andes, May 18.—Students of Mrs. Mabel Gutliph, art teacher a t Andes central school, have produced samples of their work for the fifth annual student art exhibit a t the Rural Supple­ m entary Educational Center in Stamford. W ith the exception of two fcdjric pieces and a large mural, all the work is displayed on cardboard “blocks.” The mural, “April Showers,” is tlie work of the second graders. The other hanging pieces are a hooked rug by John Peck and a yarn construction, “God’s Eye” by the school’s exchange student, Angela Chavez frcan Central America. There are two entries from the first grade, a crayon draw­ ing by Paul Larson and an­ other sketch in chalk and crayon by Stephen Rose. Paper puppets were made by Robbie W eaver and Susan Da- britz in the second grade. Cut Ijaper and crayon were used by James Aitken and Debra Ackerley for their pictures. Karen Sue- Weaver is repre­ sented by two pieces, one in cut paper, and another dn chalk and crayon. Goldie W eaver used crayon for her drawing, while John Chappell added fabric to Iris crayon sketch. Anottier entry is a picture of a train with a “Yellow Ca­ boose,” accompanied by an orig­ inal story about it. The en­ gine is cut from wallpaper, with the remainder of the picture done by the young artist- author. From the third grade there is a picture of red blossoms done in tem pera and crayon, pictures made with cut paper by Ellen Rose and Douglas R n c h , a crayon resist picture ■by William Schaumloffell is represented by a construction of paper strips. Fourth graders Dale Stevens and Johnathan Ruchar used I>enoil for their drawings. Mor­ gan Gladstone used Cray-Pas for a drawing of a tulip, and Judi Skovsende created a witch’s face from cut paper. A second picture, showing a dragon, was done by Johnathan Ruchar in Cray-Pas. Also rep­ resented by two entries is Di­ anna Merkel, with a design in cut paper and another using both paper and crayon. Fabric was the choice of fifth graders Pam ela Weaver and Russell Whitbeck, while Betty Stevens, Mary Strong and Sonia Lor used crayon for their work. Several media were used by Nancy Tubbs for her entry, while Herbert Truesdell creat­ ed a spring-like picture of a tree complete w ith blossoms and nesting birds, using ink and tem pera in his work. There are three entries from tire sixth grade. Ingrid Lor used crayon for her op-art de­ sign. Leslie Liddle chose tem- ,pera, and Lorie Truesdell cre­ ated a picture of skiers with ONTEORA THEATER Main Street Fleischmanns, N. ¥. Shows Nightly at 7 and 9 NOW Through Sat., May 27 SEYMOUR CASSEL and GENA HOLLANDS in “MINNIE and MOSKOWITZ” Sunday Monday Tuesday May 28-29-30 HENRY FONDA and PAUL NEWMAN in “SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION’ S tarts Wednesday, May 31 VANESSA REDGRAVE and GLENDA JACKSON in “MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS’ Grange Program Honors Deceased Roxibury, May 25.—Delaware Valley Grange m et Thursday at the Grange hall. Mrs. Fred Wober had charge of the lec­ turer’s program. Memorial services were held for Mrs. John F. Ballard, who died Oct. 22, 1971, and Francis H. Gockel, who died March 2. Fred Weber was soloist Mrs. Marian M attice was organist, and participating were Mrs. Catherine Thorington, Mrs. Ada VanAken, Mrs. Fred Weber and H erbert VanAk'?n, who w!as m aster and presided a t the meeting. Mrs. Fred Weber gave a re­ port on the' lecturers’ confer­ ence at Chevy Chase, Md., Which she and Mr. Weber a t­ tended earlier in May. The speaker of the evening was Rev. David Bach, pastor of the Gould Memorial Re­ formed church, who spoke on rural life, telling of its ad­ vantages. Mr. Bach’s talk took the place of the Rural Life Sunday program, which was not held this year. D istrict Deputy and Mrs. Howard T a it of Downsville made their official visit and Mr. Tait gave a talk urging the Grangers not to be disheartened by declining mem­ bership. He cited the Pepac- ton Grange as having grown to a membership of 200 after be­ ing down to six memibers. Mrs. Marian M attice had charge of a game concerning Mother’s day. Six people were given the letters that spell “Mother” and in three minutes were to give a talk concerning the qualities of m other that be­ gan with their own letter. cut paper and watercolor. A iperky bird was made by Kathy Dabritz from Pariscraft. She also has a design of felt and yam . More yam and felt work is shown by Timothy B arrett, while Roxanne But­ ler’s abstract design is done with yam on burlap. Jeffrey Tubbs used cut paper for his idea of a record cover. They are seventh graders. There are also several ex­ amples of work by eighth graders. These include pencil sketches by Jorn Little and iNancy Frisbee. Nancy Davis and Polly Gladstone used cut paper for their work, Janice Stevens did a fabric mosaic, Richard W inner chose scratch board, and Ronald Davis used pen and ink for his work. An­ other exaanple is a “haM-face” by Robert Hanley, which starts with a strip cut from a m aga­ zine illustration of a service­ man and completes the drawing in pencil. Also on display, although not examples of student art, are the teacher’s samples of ob­ jects to be made for Christmas gifts. The art exhibit is open Mon­ day through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sun­ days. By Leland Tit«* Shavertown, May 25 Bob Brinley made his first entreuice to the Andes Estates by air last week. Beech Hill builders have been plagued by the late spring rains. Garbarino’s have so far come into their trailer only half way. The Randazzos came part way into their driveway, with a truck-mounted camper, but failed to go all the way in. The truck loaded with picnic tables and other outdoor-living equipment became stuck going out and many other people coming out for the first, re­ fused to leave the highway. The Andes businessmen’s din­ ner catered by the Pleasant Valley ladies last Tuesday a t the church hall netted nearly $50. The Rolyn Sanfords of W al­ ton spent Sunday with Mrs. Sanford’s grandparents here. Miss Flossie Stevens spent Sunday with W alton friends. Pre-Driver Classes Schedule Listed The three-hour pre-licensing course required of all persons expecting to become new drivers kvUl be given a t four locations during the summer. The sched­ ule is as follows: June 13, July 12, Aug. 23, Oneonta junior high school, 6:30-9:30 p.m.; June 20, South K o rtright cen­ tral school, 7-10 p.m.; June 20, July 10, Aug. 7, M argaretville central school, 7-10 p.m.; June 28, July 26, Cooperstown' high school, 6:30-9:30 p.m. A learner’s ipermit is re­ quired prior to taking the course. The perm it m ust be brought to the class by those attending. Sponsored toy the Board of Cooperative Educational Serv­ ices of the Second Supervisory district, the classes will be open to residents of the area, and any of the surrounding areas. The maximum class size ts 36 and will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The regis­ tration fee for the course is $5. Veteran Aid Date Set for June 15 Delhi, May 25.—Veterans As­ sistance day in Delaware coun­ ty, sponsored by the Delaware county unit of the Chenango- Delaware-Otsego Post-Vietnam planning committee, will be Thursday, June 15, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. a t Legion park in Delhi. The event is designed to pro­ vide Delaware county area vet­ erans an opportunity for coun­ seling on educational, veterans and employment opportunities and other benefits available to them. Representatives of business, governmental agencies and edu­ cational institutions will be on hand to provide veterans with a complete range of counseling.. T h e P a l a c e H o t e l Wagner Ave.—Fleischmanns Invites Dinner Guests MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Friday Through Monday From 7 P. M. ENJOY MRS. HELLER’S COOKING and BAKING Also from July 1 thru the Summer THE MANAGEMENT THANKS YOU TRY OUR LUNCHEON Served Daily From 11:30 Dimiers from 5 p.m. CLOSED WEDNESDAYS SWISS SPECIALTY AND AMERICAN CUISINE ROXBURY RUN RESTAURANT 4 miles off Route 30 at Kelly Corners Phone 607 326-7577 or 326-9593 Your Hosts, WALTER and JACQUEUNE KF.T.T.r.R. LanesviHe, May 25. — Dean Close’s heavyweight team out- pulled and outclassed the other competitive team s a t the Shan­ daken horse puling contest Sun­ day. The horse pulling contrat, sponsored by the Shandaken- AHaben hose company and the Shandaken VFW, was well a t­ tended. Amasa Peck of Phoe­ nicia came in fourth place in the lightweight class. Amasa and Dean work together train­ ing the horses. Phoenicia By Mrs. Karen H erbert Phoenicia, May 25 Mr. and Mrs. Byron Griffin of Big Indian viated Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Loveless. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Law­ rence and children, Chrisie and Kimmie, and Mr. and Mrs. Lathan, Mrs. Ronald Law­ rence’s parents, all of Biming- ton, spent ithe weekend here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W alter Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Elm er Loveless spent Tuesday through Thurs­ day a t the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Newland of Roch­ ester. A .bowling banquet was a t­ tended Sa:turday ndght a t the Cedar Grove Inn in Saugerties by Mr. and Mrs. Jon Herbert. Jon bowled for the Overlook league in Woodstock. He re­ ceived the attendance awai^. Jam es P latt is a p a tien t at Kingston hospital, where lie is\ undergoing treatm ent. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Jacobsen attended the annuEii meeting of the Catskill C enter for Con­ servation and Development, Inc., Saturday a t Kass Inn in M argaretville, representing the town of Shandaken. Mrs. Hirsch Opens Real Estate Office Shandaken, May 25. — Mrs. Hazel Hirsch has opened a real estate business office in Shan­ daken. Mrs. Hiisch was, until three years ago, a broker in Columbia county. She had served sev­ eral term s as president of the Columbia County Realty boEurd. She is m arried to M artin Hirsch, a retired attorney. Leaving Cub Pack Phoenicia, May 25. — Cub Scout Pack 60 held its Pa<dc m eetir^ May 16 at the Phoe- niciia elementary school. Be­ fore the meeting started the Cubs practiced marching for the Memorial day parade. The opening was presented ^ Den 5. The Cubs dedicated it to all the m others in the audience in recognition of M other’s day. The following awards were given: Wolf badge to Wesley Eignor; silver arrow on wolf badge ito Ethan Chase and Jay Rossitz; Bear badge to Patrick Hanley; Bear books to Ethan Chase and Daren Smith. Webelos activity badges were received by Nick Leuiocono, athlete and aquanaut; L a n y Rubin, forester; Robert Apjohn, forester: Josh Slater, forester; Richard Donnelly, forester; Dale Smith, craftsm an, and Scott Lane, craftsm an. A hookanose and face painting contest was held with the fol­ lowing winners: for hooking. Josh Slater, David Groom and Stephen LaMeurca; for artistic ability, Scott Lane, Darren Cronon cind Jeffrey H erbert. A Webelos aw ard and gradu­ ation ceremony was held by Ed Schlosser, the cubmaster, w ith the assistance of Jane Stalger, the committee chMr- man, and Den Chiefs Craig Smith and Jeff Schlosser. The followdng boys completed all requirements for graduation: Robert Berryann, Jerry Lad- dick, Stephen Shultis and Dale Smith. A skit was presented by Den 3 ' bh the them e “Beautiful America.” The a:ttendance award was won by Den 5. The closing ceremony was present­ ed by the Webelos den. For the Memorial day parade Monday, all Cubs should be at the Cobblestone restaurfint at 9:15 a jn . in complete uniform. On Saturday, June 3, Pack 60 will attend the Council Jamb- 0 , being held at New Paltz fairgroimds. Opening tim e is 12:30. Lunch and supper m ust ^ brought and a blanket, flash­ light and warm clothing for the campfire will be nedeed. Thfe next committee meeting will be held on Tuesday eve­ ning, June 13, a t the Phoenicia elem entary school. DENYEH LIQUOEGTDEE A A / w v w w i n m w v u v w v Give Your House a New Coat Experienced Painting FREE ESTIMATE CALL 586-4459 w w v w w v w w w v w w W INES and ^PIR IT S OPEN Mon.—Thurs. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.&C. Fri. and Sat. . 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. FREE D E L I \ F R Y PHI 'Nt-; AKl-.A I. f >1 >F': (VI ■ 32G-77QG TOYLAND IS OPEN FOR THE SUMMER IN OUR UPSTAIRS DEPARTMEHT WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SUMMER TOYS, INCLUDING Bicycles, Tricycles, Riding Tractors, Wagons, Etc. Games for All Ages Children’s Toys by Fisher Fish Poles, Sand Pails and Shovels, Garden Tools, Dolls, Carriages, Etc. ALL AT LOW PRICES LADIES’ SUMMER DRESSES, $8.98 up. LADIES’ BODY SHIRTS, small, medium and large, $2.98 each. LADIES’ SHORTS and SLACKS. LADIES’ SUMMER PAJAMAS, $2.00 per pr. LADIES’ and MEN’S SUMMER SANDALS. MEN’S KNIT SHIRTS, long and short sleeves. MEN’S DOUBLE KNIT PANTS, $9.98 up. For Your Picnic Weekend! Coolers _ Picnic Baskets Single and Double Hibachis Paper Plates, Cups, Napkins, Etc. ARTIFICIAL POTTED PLANTS and WREATHS iWargaretvHle Dopt. Store THE FRIENDLY STORE Telephone 586-4214 M. Sperling, Manager By Mrs. Mildred Streeter H alcott Center, May 25 Garfield Reynolds and Julian Finch, who had been patients a t the MargaretviUe Memorial hospital, have returned home. Virgil Streeter and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sm ith Streeter, were Sunday guests of Wayne S treeter and family at Oneonta. Mr. and Mrs. Robiert Duffle of Monticello were last weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. George Maglar- as of Astoria, L.I., spent sev­ eral days at their summer home here. Mr. and Mrs. George Street­ er were M other’s day dinner guests of Mrs. Vida Parker. Charles Ploutz motored to Wassaic Monday to visit, his son, Charles Jr., and to help celebrate his 39th birthday. Vet Scholarships Available to 600 Vietnam era veterans may compete for a Regents war service scholarship. The six hundred scholarships, to be awarded statewide, provide an­ nual grants of up to $350 each ■! for successful candidates. The examination is sched­ uled for Tuesday, July 11. Ex- amination center locations will be announced. Applications are expected to be availa'We by June 1. To be eligible, a veteran m ust have been a resident of New York s tate when he entered the Armed Farces and be a resi­ dent at the tim e of applica­ tions. He m ust also have served on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States between Oct. 1, 1961 and July 11, 1972, and released imder honorable conditions. St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Andes: Sxinday mass, 11:30 a.m. Pleasant VaUey United Methodist Church, Mrs. M urray W alters: Church service, 9:30 a.m. Sacred H eart, M argaretville; Saturday evening mass at 7 p.m.; Sunday morning mass at 10. Cabin Hill United Presbyter­ ian Church, Rev. Felix Milas, pastor: Chwch service, 11:30 a.m. Andes United Presbyterian Church will have Rev. George Goodwin of Treadwell. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; church service, 11 a.m. Advent Christian Church, Margaretville, pastor, George Boatwright: Sunday school, 10- 11 a.m.; Sunday service, 11 a.m.- noon. Wednesday prayer, 8 p.m. Saint M argaret’s Episcopal Church, Orchard street, Marga­ retville, Rev. R. L. Donahue, priest-in-charge: Sunday, May 28, 9:15 a.m.. Holy Eucharist and Sunday school. MarKaretviiie-New Kingston United Prest>yterian Parish, Revs. William H. and Linda B. H arter, pastors: Worship serv­ ices Sunday, May 28, New Kingston, 9:30 a.m.; M arga­ retville, 11 a .m .; Sunday school, M argaretville, nursery-grade 4, 11 a.m. (during church); New Kingston, nursery - grade 4, 10:45 a.m. Wednesday night Christian Education program, M argaretville, grades 5-12, 8 p.m.; New Kingston, grades 5- 12, 8 p.m. Choir rehearsal at New Kingston, Children’s choir Wednesday, -j:30 p.m .; adult choir, 7:30 p.m. Our Lady ot Good Counsel, Roxbury: Sunday ms^s a t 8 a.m. H alcott Methodist Church: church service, 9:30 a.m.; , church school, 10:30 a.m. Andes United M e thodist Church, Rev. M urray W alters, pastor: Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; church service, 9:30 a.m. St. Jam es’ Church, Episcopal, Lake Delaware, route north of Andes. Sunday services: 8 and 11 a.m. Rev. F. C. Tatem, pastor. Fleischmanns M ethodist Church: Church school,' 9:45 a.m.; church service, 11 a.m.; choir practice Wednesday, 7 p.m .;, Hrayer dircle, 8 p.m. Junior' Youth Fellowship Sat­ urday, 7 pjn.; Senior Youth Fellowship Sunday, 7 p.m. MargaretviUe United Method­ ist Church, Rev. Kenneth B. Truran, pastor: There will be no church school classes May 28; service, 11 a.m. Gary Cra­ m er oif Shandaken, lay preach­ er of the Memorial United Methodist church in Shandaken and a senior at Houghton col­ lege, will conduct the service, assisted by William Dober, graduate of Houghton college. Clovesville Bible Baptist Church, Fleischmanns, Richard Prue, pastor: Thursday, May 25, 7 :30 p.m., prayer and Bible study. Bible message, “Faith in Three Dimensions.” Sunday, May 28, 10 a.m., Bible school With graded lessons for all ages, nursery through senior adults; 11 a.m., worship, ser­ mon, “He Touched Me”; vocal duet by Mrs. Richard Dillon and Pastor Prue, “He Touched Me”; 7:30 p.m., the Gospel hour, Bible theme, “Too Many Dishes to Wash”; hymn sing. Smorgasbord Catskill Mt. Chapter I. W. L. A. SATURDAY, JUNE 3 6 to 8 P. M. Adults $2 ' Children $1 Blacktopping and Crushed Stone for Driveways, Service Stations, Etc. CALL 586-4177 AFTER 6 P. M. K. F. Scott & Doug Shultis M argaretville, N. Y. rustic co m f o rtab & charrn LOG HOMES • MANY MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM • CUSTOM LOG HOMES • LOG .BARNS, MOTELS, RESTAURANTS, STABLES VISIT OUR FACTORY AND SEE OUR MODEL HOMES — ON ROUTE 30 4 MILES NORTH OF MARGARETVILLE designers and manufacturers of tog homes m P i A L T A I N D U S T R I E S L T D . P . O . B O X a a H A L C O T T S V I L L E , N . Y . / I S a S a • a i a - B 8 B - a 4 9 ' I 54th Annual Delaware County AMERICAN LEGION CONVENTION SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1972 Vocational School, Grand Gorge, N. Y. 2 SHOWS - CIRCUS - 2 SHOWS 3 :30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. CLOWNS Tickets $1.50 Single PONIES MANY ACTS Refreshments Family Plan—2 or 3 Children—$5.00 LARGE PARADE AT 6 P. M.

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