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Catskill Mountain news. (Margaretville, N.Y.) 1902-current, January 11, 1973, Image 7

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) The Roxbury News By Irma Mae Griffin Mrs. Cornelius Lepeltak re­ turned to her home at Kirk- side Wednesday after a few days at the Margaretville Me­ morial hospital. Mrs. Hannah E. Boynton re­ turned to Kirkside Friday frcwn Albany, where she visited rela­ tives for the holidays. Mrs. Eirma Moore spent Christmas ivwth her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore, and children, Cyn­ thia and Dean, in Catskill. Mrs. Marion Slauson and son, Steven, were also present. F. T. Shoemake, also known as Eric Todd, expects to leave in about 10 days for the West coast to work as a stunt man in a film. Earl Wright Sr. was taken by ambulance to the Stamford hospital Wednesday night. Mrs. Lloyd Hoyt is home from the Stamford hospital. A New Year’s Eve party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sorrentino in Vega. Present were Mr. and Mrs. William Nertney, son. John, and sister, Marie, of Hempstead, L. I., Mr. and Mrs. J. DeMonico, daughter, Dani­ elle, and son, John, of Wan- tagh, L. I., Mr. and Mrs. Pat­ rick Sorrentino and son, An­ thony, of Inwood, L. I., and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Muzzillo of Lawrence, L. I., and Rox­ bury. Wed 35 Years Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Haight celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home near Roxbury. Their only daughter, Miss Frances Haight of Schenectady, and Maurice Decker of Poughkeepsie were their guests to help them cele­ brate. Kendall Haight and Kathleen Snyder were married at Hobart on Jan. 10, 1938, by Kendall’s grandfather, the late Rev. Egbert Kilpatrick. Their entire married life has been spent in Roxbury.*' Mark A. Jones left Tuesday for his station at Keesler Air Force base in Biloxi, Miss., after a leave with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. Elmer Jones. Mrs. John O’Dell of Accord is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Edward Saunders, while her father, Ed­ ward Saunders, is in the Vet­ erans hospital in Albany. Mrs. Saunders and Mrs. O’Dell went to Albany to see him on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Juliah Sher­ wood entertained at Christmas Eve Mrs. George Lawrence, Mrs. Floyd Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. FYanois Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sherwood and son, Christopher. Mrs. George Lawrence spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lawrence in Margaret­ ville. Mr. and Mrs. Jacques F. Thomas, son, Michael, and daughter, Louise, spent the New Year weekend with Mr. Thomas’ brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Thomas, at Medusa. Misses Neall and Kathy Bur­ ger, Miss Linda Oppenheimer and Michael Braverman, all of New York city, and James Moore of South Carolina spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Braley. John Snipas of Dunraven spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hewitt, their former neigbor. Mr. Snipas’ son, Maj. Vincent J. Snipas, recently retired from the Army after 20 years serv- Thursday, Jan. 11 ice. He graduated from Rox­ bury central in 1951 and joined the Army the next year. He and his wife and two children are visiting her parents in Ger­ many at present. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuhl of Fayetteville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cantwell and children, Tina, Rose, Bard and Don, of Delhi were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. ’Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Gockel and daughters. Holly, Dawn and Joanne, of Grand Gorge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gockel. Harold Bouton and daughter, Sandra, of Ark- ville were also guests and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gockel and children, David, Debbie and Charles B., of Grand Gorge were Tuesday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gockel of Grand Gorge were Friday guests at the Gockel home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Haynes, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kelly and by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Soden of Delhi, attended the Amway rally at Syracuse Saturday, in the Gil­ lette Roads school. Miss Beth Hewitt of Sidney spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Doris Hewitt. The Hobby club will not meet in January because of illness of the leaders and members. David Scudder of Spring­ field, Mass., spent the weekend at his Roxbury home. James Schuman, who is on a vacation from his work with Gary Hinkley, has started on a vacation trip to Arizona. Miss Emma Walker, a resi­ dent at Hearthstone in Hobart, was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Sears. Mr. and Mrs. Herald Tiffany of Deposit were last Sunday guests of Mrs. Tiffany’s mother, Mrs. George Lawrence. Richard Hotchkiss of Albany spent Saturday with his sister, Mrs. Stella Baker. Clinton Sparling of Binghamton and son, Richard, of Fort Dix, N. J., were Saturday evening guests of their mother and grand­ mother, Mrs. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Bal- com have moved from Larry. Blakeslee’s apartment to an apartment in John Kvinzler’s house. John Henry and Kevin Wu of Menands spent a week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Munsell. Dr. and, DENYEH LIQUOR STOEE W IN E S a n d S P IR IT S O P E N M o n . —T h u t s . 9:00 A .M . t o 9:00 P J M . F r i. an d Sat. 9:00 A.M . t o 10:00 P .M . I K E t DEI.IVERY I'll' M-. AKKA t (iDF: (iH: 32E-77BB Sheila Lyons Wed To Andrew F. Rosa Sheila Ann Lyons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd G. Law­ rence of Margaretville, became the bride of Andrew F. Rosa, son of Mrs. Henry Rosa and the late Henry Rosa of Dry Brook, in a New Year’s Eve wedding at the Margaretville Presbyterian church. Rev. Wil­ liam Harter, pastor of the church, read the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in mar­ riage by her father. Her at­ tendants were her sister, Gail Gorsch, as matron of honor, and Andrea F^irchas and Donna Bouton as bridesmaids. Best man was Gilbert Law­ rence of Margaretville, and ushers were Fred Purchas and Ivan Rosa of Margaretville. A small reception was held at the home of the bride’s par­ ents for close relatives and friends after the ceremony. January Studies Thomas M. Hinkley of Rox­ bury, a freshman at Ksenhower college at Seneca Falls, will participate in the college’s 1973 January independent s t u d y term, studying “American In­ dian Folklore and Mythology,” on literature, philosophy, re­ ligion and anthropology of Indian tribes of North America. Mrs. John Wu and children came down and took them home. Miss Mary Lou Mimsell, student at Mohawk Community college, returned to her school Monday after two weeks of Christmas-New Year vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Perry and children, Dick and Dodie, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Coss and children spent the week­ end with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sprague at Merrick, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. Asher Sprague and Loren Shultis of Halcottville also spent Sunday at the Sprague home in Merrick. Mrs. Beatrice Lutz left by plane Saturday for St. Peters­ burg, Fla., where she will spend the winter with Mrs. Martha Proskine. Her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Buyce, and children, Steph­ anie, Patty, Frank and Tommy, accompanied her to Syracuse, from where she took the plane. HalcottviOe New Kingston By William E. Griffin HalcottvUle, Jan. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finch and family of Oneonta were Christmas day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Clark. The next meeting of Wawaka Grange will be held at the Grange hall on Jan. 15. Under the winter schedule adopted at the last meeting, the Grange will meet once per month. Sunday school ds being held at the United Methodist church each Sunday morning. Harvey Slauson is the superintendent. William Davis Fell William A. Davis was walk­ ing down the street to his home from the post office when he slipped and fell, hitting his head. He sustained a bad cut over the left eye and sustained a black eye. Mrs. Francis Bal- com, a nurse, who lives next door, came to his assistance. A freezing rain had been fall­ ing on a small amount of snow. Dunraven By Mrs. Ralph DaSilva Dunraven, Jan. 11 OVIr. and Mrs. Roy Fairbaim and Mrs. Helen Fairbairn visit­ ed Mrs. Glenford Fairbairn at the Chenango Memorial hospi­ tal in Norwich on Sunday. Mrs. Fairfbaim’s room number is 315. Selwyn Smith has been moved from the Walton hospi­ tal to the Bassett hospital in Cooperstown. Mr. and Mrs. John Geihm of Manhasset spent the weekend at the Smith home. By Mrs. Wanda Lanzi New Kingsiton, Jan. 11 SP5 Gary Robertson, with his wife and sen, left Thursday to return to Germany after being here since Dec. 18 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken­ neth Robertson, and her par­ ents at Halcottville. Mr. and Mrs. John Romano of Chapel Hill, N. C., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hinds. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gardner and children df Roxbury spent Friday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. WiDiam Dough­ erty. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Finch and son, Douglas, of Halcott Center spent Simday -with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gray, and fam­ ily. Cornelius Hosier went to Cooperstown Sunday to Bas­ sett hospital for minor surgery of the nose. He expects to be there two to three days. Miss Mary Elliott, who had been working in New Orleans, has retuined home for an ex­ tended Btay. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Connell of Bayside, N. Y.. spent Mon­ day afternoon and night with Mrs. Adriano Lanzi. All visited Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ka- pitko and family on Hubbell HUl. The Grange card party that v/as held Saturday night had six t£d>les of pinochle for adults, and children played other games. The traveling prize was won by Telford But­ ler. High was won by Claudia Gray and Nelson Gray. Low was taken by Marjorie Favilk- ner and Marshall Sanford. New Sap License In Effect Feb. 15 The annual Cooperative Ex­ tension maple producers school was held last week at Delhi. Professor Fred Winch, Cornell university forester, explained several items of interest includ­ ing the new licensing provision for maple producers, the change in the occupational safety and health act and several new ideas on production. The meeting included pro­ ducers from Delaware, Scho­ harie, Greene, Sullivan and Ot­ sego counties. Professor Winch outlined the new law requiring all maple producers to be M- censed, starting Feb. 15. A fee of $20 per year will be required, and insi)ections of the sugar house are exj)ected to be made. iMr. Mattern said that a re­ cent change in the Occupational Safety and Health Act effective Jan. 1, 1973, makes it unneces­ sary for producers with less than seven employes at any one time to perform the record­ keeping functions assigned. The only records now required are for fatal accidents or a person or firm may be selected to keep records for a limited time only in order to obtain survey in­ formation. Father Succumbs Roxbury, Jan. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Carmeli were called to Brooklyn by the death on Dec. 28 of Mr. Carmeli’s father, Salvatore Carmeli. His funeral was held Jan. 2 at the St. Vincent De Paul church in Brooklyn. He is survived by his .wife, his son, two daugh­ ters and seven grandchildren. NEWS, Margaretville, N. Y. Thurs., Jan. 11,1973—Page Three Fleischmanns D in n e r -D a n c e S e t By Frances M. Davis Fleischmanns, Jan. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mayes and grandchildren, Tracey and Tommy Mayes Jr., spent New Year’s weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mayes. Charles A. Pulcrano of New Jersey, o w n e r of Holiday Courts, was in town over the weekend. Bruce Ciurey celebrated his 80th birthday on Dec. 26. Miss Kaye Greene of Boulder, Colo., and M i s s Suzanne Greene of Hartford, Conn., spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. WilMam Greene. Saw Bob Hope Mr. and Mrs. Walter Craft have received word from their son, Walter Craft Jr., that he attended the Bob Hope show at Osson, Korea, over the Christ­ mas holiday. He will be leav­ ing South Korea for his home at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., on Jan. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Richaer and sons, Alfred Jr. and Peter, of Island Park, L. I., vsiited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Konit- zer over New Year weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morrock and daughter, Michelle, of Vi­ enna, Va., were guests from Wednesday until Monday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har­ old West, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Currey. A belated Christmas dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Currey on Jan. 6. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Crawford, county executive for Broome county, will be the speaker at the Janu­ ary dinner-dance of the Dela­ ware County Chamber of Com­ merce. The affair is to be held Tuesday, Jan. 16, at Roundup Ranch in DownsviUe. A recep­ tion for Mr. Crawford at 6:30 will be followed by the steak dinner at 7:30 and dancing from 9:30 until 1. The dinner is open to the public, but reservations are needed. Harry Craft and son, Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morrock and daughter. Miss Lairrilyn West and fiance, Charles Fras­ ier of Shandaken. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold West and family. Mrs. Marshall Mayes of Ho­ bart, Mrs. Herschell Mayes of Kingston and Harold Mayes of Poughkeepsie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker on Sunday. Joel Silberstein left Wednes­ day for Baltimore and will visit friends before returning to Spartanburg, S. C , where he teaches at the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Heller left Wednesday for Miami, where they will spend the win­ ter. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney SUiber- stein visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bohrmann, and son, Gregory, on Sunday. 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