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T h e P h o e n icia N e w s Shandaken / By Mrs. Blanche Kirk The Onteora central school system will close Friday, Feb. 16, in observance of Lincoln’s birthday and on Monday, Feb. 19. in observance of Washing­ ton’s birthday. The Knights of Columbus are sponsoring a card party at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Phoenicia parish hall. Re­ freshments will be served. In the WcHnen’s Matinee Bowling league this week the high bowler was Mary Dane with 223. Mrs. 'Marie Haynes and daughter, Deborah, of Halcott Center and Mrs. Mabel Miller of Shandaken were Friday din­ ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al­ bert Kirk and children. Mr. and Mrs. James Platt spent Sunday evening visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Hendricks in Margaretville. The Tiskilwa Rebekah lodge will sponsor a card party on Thursday, Feb. 22, at 8 p.m. in the Odd Fellows hall. The affair is public. Mr. and Mrs. James Os­ trander of Grand Gorge spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Storey and son were Thursday evening dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Berryann, to help Mr. Berryann celebrate his birthday. Thursday, Feb. 15 Mr. and Mrs. George Kirk spent the weekend at the home of her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buch­ anan, in Middletown. R e a d i n g P r o g r a m Phoenicia, Feb. 15. — Mrs. Marion Thompson will present a program on reading at the next PTA meeting to be held at the Phoenicia elementary school on Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Thompson, who handles the Title 1 and reme­ dial reading programs, is also chairman of the Onteora dis­ trict reading committee. She will present a view of the read­ ing program in use a t the Phoe­ nicia elementary school and wiU answer specific questions that parents may have. S i x t e e n B o y s T a k e J ^ i f l e I n s t r u c t i o n Pine Hill, Feb. 15. — Rifle training classes are being given each Tuesday evening at 7:30 ■ at the Upper Esopus Fish and Game clubhouse. Sixteen bc^s, including Scouts, are attending to earn National Rifle associa­ tion classifications an^ rifle and merit badges. The insrtuctor is Cecil Cohen of Margaretville, assisted by Hank Greenberg of Dig Indian and Charles Smith of Pine Hill. 'Yes We Have' Bulldozers Wheel luoaders Crawler Loaders Back Hoes Fork U ft Equipment Trailers York Rakes A Good Stock of Equipment Log Loaders -I- Log Skidders Stihl Chain S^ws Choker Chains Winch Cables = Farm Tractors A Good Place to Do Business Farm Equip. A Good Supply of P arts + A Good Service Shop INDUSTRIAL RENTALS Farm - Industrial - Lawn and Garden LA N E -W A Y , INC BT. 23 - 3 MILES EAST ONEONTA 607-482-S986 T o C o v e r P h o e n i c i a Phoenicia, Feb. 15. — Resi­ dents phoning fire alarms in the Phoenicia fire district will have to learn a new number effective March 1. Fire calls will be phoned directly to the Ulster county fire control at Kingston, from which Phoe­ nicia fire equipment will be dispatched. The area affected includes Mount Tremper, Mount Pleas­ ant, P h o e n i c i a , Chichester, Lanesville, Woodland Valley, Allaben, Shandaken and Bush- nellville. The number will be announced before the effective date, and new phone stickers wil be distributed by firemen in the Phoenicia district. Res­ idents requiring further infor­ mation may contact James Quinn at Phoenicia. B e l l e a y r e B o y s I n A r m e d F o r c e s Belleayre, Feb. 15.—Several young men from this commu­ nity are in military service. E4 Owen Slade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Slade, is sta­ tioned in Karlsruhe,, Germany. He has 'been named drug re­ lations man by his warrant officer. E2 Damon Slade, the younger son of the Slades, was home for a short leave last weekend before leaving for duty in Germany. Pvt. Richard Adamo, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Adamo, has the following address; Pvt. Richard A d ^ o , 4763, 78th Engineer Construction Co., Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas 08640. Ray Harris spent the week­ end with the Julius Plooitz fam­ ily then left for California. After two weeks there he will leave for duty in Iceland. AIR-WAY Sales - Service “The most Imitated but never matched Vacuum Cleaner^ JESSE N. YAGER R.D. #1 Box 119 CatskiU, N. Y. 12414 Phone 1 518 678-5859 By Blanche Kirk Shandaken, Feb. 15 Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Sim­ mons and Miss Linda Horton of Westkill and Bob Andrews of Oliverea were Sunday guests of Mrs. Eva Storey. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rock­ well spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Will Rogers in High Woods. Mrs. Rockwell celebrated her birthday on Sat­ urday. Mrs. Loretta VanLeauven re­ turned home from the Benedic­ tine hospital on Friday. Mrs. Floyd Boland enter­ tained the following on Mon­ day: Mrs. Jane Staiger, Mrs. Carol Murphy of Phoenicia, Mrs. Doris Hombeck of Sau- gerties, Mrs. Joann Stettine, Mrs. Theresa Jones and Mrs. Barbara Jones. Games were played, and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker of Saugerties were Saturday eve­ ning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Storey. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fichtner visited Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Winnie in New Paltz Friday. iMrs. Mabel Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirk and chil­ dren of Phoenicia were Satur­ day evening dinner guests of Mrs. Marie Haynes and daugh­ ter in Halcott Center. Joe Seymour of West Hur­ ley was an overnight guest of Nichael Boland on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Storey entertained the foUowdng on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Storey and son of Phoenicia, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eckert and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Eckert and sen and Vincent Eckert of Kingston. Claude Gossoo was taken to the Kingston hospital one day last week by the town of Shan­ daken ambulance service. Mrs. Edna Cole of West Hur­ ley visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Ford, over the weekend. Mrs. Dick Gavette of Marga­ retville is spending time here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ford, to help care for her mother, who has been down with the flu for three weeks. ULSTER COUNTY CATSKILL MOUNTAIN NEWS Margaretville, N. Y. Thursday, Feb. 15, 1973 Page One T h e P in e H ill N e w s By Mrs. Helen Merwin The annual meeting and elec­ tion of officers 'of the Upper Esopus Fish and Game club will be held tonight,' Thursday, at the clubhouse. Mrs. Jane Bertoni and chil­ dren, Althea, Sandri and Fabio, of New York were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ito and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. Loeser re­ turned home Wednesday after a few weeks vacation in Flor­ ida. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Smith and son spent Monday evening with her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bal- com, and family a t Olive Bridge and helped Rusty Balcom cele­ brate his third birthday. Wed­ nesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Smith were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schmiedel and son at Chichester. William McGuinn of East Orange, N. J., spent Simday evening with Mrs. B. Dreifus. Bill’s mother, Elizabeth Mc­ Guinn, passed away last fall. She had been a summer resi­ dent here for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Golden- berg and daughter of New York spent the weekend at their home in Upper Birch Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kohn and children of Jamaica. L. I., spent from Friday through Monday at their home on Sta­ tion road. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Jocelyn and children spent Saturday evening with her father, Dan­ iel Decker, and family at Oliv­ erea. A1 Rothman is confined to bed with a back ailment. Girl Scouts Julia Slater, Jacqueline Smith, Vicki and Brenda Short and Anna Van because it comfort afYMGA m orices. Thursday, Feb. 15 Loan of Pine Hill and High- mount, members of the Fleisch- manns troop, are taking orders for Girl Scout cookies. Mr. and-Mrs. Jurgen Wilkens and son, Brian, spent the week­ end with his mother, Mrs. Ilse Wilkens, and sen, Martin, at Oneonta. Edith Sanchis of Hartsdale spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wadler. She also visited at the Rudolph Bra- S€n home Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Cure visited their daughter, Mrs. Steve Brannen, and family at East Hyde Park on Saturday. Ed Swart of Athens was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Gardner Monday. Mrs. Burton Gardner was hostess to several ladies of the Mt. Tremper Reformed church at an all-day meeting Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Rib- stein and cousin, Mrs. Dora Immisch, of Rosendale were luncheon guests at LeHerb’s in Kingston Thursday, when Mrs. Ribstein celebrated her birth- ' day. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brannen and son, Lee Jr., of Canada hollow spent Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Ribstein. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Jocelyn and three children of West Hurley spent Sunday evening with his brother, Neil Jocelyn, and family. •Mr. and Mrs. William Ennist and sons spent Friday evening with her sister, Mrs. Carol Dilg, and family at East Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fischer and baby, Holly, of Valley Cot­ tage spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith Sr., and family. John T. Wallace went by ^ plane to Miami on Wednesday, . and spent imtil FWday there. His aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Mur­ ray, returned with hini and has entered the BaldwinsviUe sanitarium, where she plans to reside. Chichester R o t a r i a n s S e e F i l m By Mrs. Herman Quick Q n H i g h e r L e a r n i n g Purchasing agent Steven J. Tasnady likes the sporting life, but he doesn’t Uke to throw money away. When he buys a car, he shops dam carefully. “We looked at the Toyotas, Datsuns, all the other compacts—but they were like expensive playthings to us’,’ says Steve. “We picked the basic Maverick and we built on that with a V-8 engine, heavy duty suspension, bucket seats, aU vinyl decor!’ We got a basic, dependable, family sized compact in the Maverick... and we got all the luxu^ we could ask for in the bargain!’ keep up with the guy next door seem to be ending. More and more Ameri­ cans Uke Steven Tasnady want luxury with economy. Maybe that’s why so many of them are coming home to their Ford Dealers’ showrooms and to cars like the 7 3 Maverick. NEED A WELL? Cleanest, cheapest, most effi­ cient drillers of water wells. CaU for free estimate. Titan also specializes in well pumps, parts emd service. TITAN DRILLING ArkvlUe, N. Y. 12406 Phone 914-586-4000 Chichester, Feb. 15 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Antonelli and friend of Newburgh visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sharp and family Sunday. Gordon Groenewold of Lanes­ ville was called to Long Island last week because of the death of a close friend. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Quick and daughter, Melanie visited his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Mer­ win, and family Sunday eve­ ning. Mrs. Eunice Fallig is spend­ ing the remainder of the winter at La Mesa, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. James Decker spent the weekend with rela­ tives in Newburgh. Rev. and Mrs. Otis McDonald and son, Mark, visited relatives in Northern New York Monday through Wednesday. Mrs. Mc­ Donald spent time with her mother, Mrs. Dora Henry, in Ogdensburg. Mrs. Rosalie Messina and daughter, Loriann, of Newburgh spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sharp and family. Mrs. Albert Munson, who imderwent major surgery at the Kingston hospital, is recuperat­ ing at her. home in Silver hol­ low. Mrs. James Lenehan has been sick with the flu. Church Services Churcli news to be inserted in this column must reach The News office not later than Monday evening of publication week Sacred Heart Church, Mar­ garetville : Saturday evening mass at 7 o’clock. Sunday morning mass at 10. St. Ami’s Catholic Church, Andes: Sunday mass at 11:30 a.m. Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Roxbury: Sunday mass at 8 a.m. United Methodist Church, Rev. Kenneth Truran, pastor: Worship service, 10:30 a.m. Midweek meditation, 9 p.m. on; Wednesday. ' Cabin Hill United Presbyter­ ian Church, Rev. Felix Milas, pastor: Church service, 11:30 a.m. Pleasant V a l l e y United Methodist Church, Rev. Merton Cady, pastor: Church service, 9:30 a.m. Arkville Free M e t h o d i s t Church, Howard J. Deats, pas­ tor: Sunday services, Sunday school, 10 a.m.| morning wor­ ship at 11. Subjwt, “Christ’s Teaching Concerning Disciple- ship.” Midweek prayer and Bible study at the parsonage Wednesday evening at 7:30. Andes United M e t h o d i s t Church, Rev. Merton Cady, pas­ tor: Sunday school, 10:30 a.m.; church service, 10:30 a.m. Advent Christian Church, pastor, George Boatwright. Sun- I c e S k a t e s 20% OFF Figure and hockey skates for a d u lts and children • ICE SKATES SHARPENED on our brand new sharpening m achine MIDWINTER SMSale IS IN FULL SWING! The days of going out on a limb to See your local Ford Dealer. 1973 Mavericic shown with optional vinyl roof, white sidewall tire* and deluxe bumper group. S K I ^ S H O R PHOENICIA - N.Y. Rte. 28 - (914J 688-2278 - OPEN fPOM 9 TO 9. SEVEN DAYS A H'BEK “Higher Education — Who Needs It? ” was the subject at last week’s dinner-meeting of the Phoenicia Rotary club at Al’s Seafood lounge. Presented through the efforts of Rotarian John H. Moehle, former superintendent of the Onteora school district, was a documentary film from the Columbia Broadcasting System on the inability of a majority of university graduates to find jobs. It was the general consensus that there is a growing atti­ tude among parents and stu­ dents of career awareness and a heed to restore the dignity of manual work. Most agreed that vocational studies should be in­ tegrated with the usual college courses. Among those who spoke were Thomas Fickus, Onteora guid­ ance director; Burt Ketcham of Mr. Fickus’s staff, and Rotari­ ans Gordon Groenewold, pro­ gram chairman, Philip Gordon, Gene Gormley, Dr. Sam Porter and Mr. Moehle. Club Chaplain Gordon induct­ ed two new members, Ken Lent of Phoenicia and Norman King of Lexington. C o n v e n t i o n P l a n s The convention committee of Ulster county legislature is working on arrangements to v/elcome 400 delegates and guests of the New York State Supervisors and Legislators as­ sociation at the annual summer conference school June 24-27 at the Granit hotel in Kerhonk- son. The state association em­ braces officials from 57 coun­ ties. day school, 10-11 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11-noon. Wednesday prayer, 8 p.m. Saint James’ Church, Episco­ pal, route 28 north of Andes, Rev. F. C. Tatem, pastor: Sun­ day services. 8 and 11 a.m.; church school Saturdays, 10- 11:30 a.m. Andes United Presbyterian Church, Rev. Paul DeMotte, pasitor: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; church service, 11 a.m.; Junior youth fellowship, 6:30 p.m.; Senior youth fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Clovesville Bible B a p t i s t Church, Fleischmanns, Richard Prue, pastor: Thursday, Feb. 15, 7:30 p.m., prayer and Bible study. Bible message, “I Can Do Anything With God’s Help.” Sunday, Feb. 18, 10 a.m., Bible school with graded lessons for all ages, nursery through senior adults; 11 a.m.; worship, ser­ mon topic, “I Believe in Mir­ acles”; 7:30 p.m., the Gospel hour. Bible subject, “God’s Work.” Hymn sing. Margaretvllle-New Kingston United Presbyterian P a r i s h , Revs. Linda B. and William H. Harter, pastors, Sunday serv­ ices: Margaretville, 9:30 a.m. ( n u r s e r y available); New Kingston, 11 a.m. (nursery available). Sunday s c h o o l (grades nursery-four), Marga­ retville. 10:45 a.m.; New Kings­ ton, 9:45 a.m. Wednesday Night CThristian Education pro­ gram (grades 5-12), Margaret­ ville, 8 p.m.; New Kingston, 8 p.m. New Kingston Women’s association: first Wednesday of the month, 1 p.m. For times of choir rehearsals, Bible study groups, etc., consult the pas­ tors at 914-586-4567. The United M e t h o d i s t Churches in Siiandaken, Rev. Ralph E. Darmstadt, pastor: Lanesville, worship service, 8:45 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Youth meeting, Wednesdays, 4-5 p.m. Phoenicia, worship service, 10 a.m.; Sunday school, 10 a.m. Youth meetings, Mon­ days, 7 p.m. Choir practice, Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Phoenicia Thknble club, Feb. 20, 1 p.m. Phoenicia Administrative boiard, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 8 p.m. Saturday, Fefc. 24, the Phoe­ nicia youth will present the “Zeus” Rock dance band, 7-11 p.m. Shandaken, worship serv­ ice, 11:15 a.m.; Sunday school, 9 : ^ a.m.; youth meetings Sim- days, 6 p.m. Shandaken youth bake sale Sunday, Feb. 24, after church. Tuesday, Feb. 20, 7:30 p.m., special administrative board, Shandaken. Bible study Wednesdays, 10 a.m., Shanda­ ken parsonage. Fleischmanns and Halcott Center United M e t h o d i s t Churches, Rev. Harold L. Gal­ loway, pastor: Saturday, Feb. 17, 10 a.m., Fleischmanns Circle 2, United Methodist Women’s bake sale in the Flisser-dfCroff insurance office. Sunday, Feb. 18, worship services, Halcott Center, 9:30 a.m.; Fleisch­ manns, 11 a.m. Sermcn theme, “The Question of All Ques­ tions.” Sunday school, Fleisch­ manns, 9:45 a.m., Mrs. Klaus Thienel, superintendent; Youth Fellowship, Fleischmanns, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, 10 a.m., -■ coffee hour and Bible study at the home of Mrs. Carolyn Mil­ ler; 8 p.m., Fleischmanns Circle 2, United Methodist Women at the chiuxjh. Wednesday, Feb. 21, 7 p.m., Fleischmanns choil* xehearsal. Satiu-day, Feto. 24, 11 ajn.-9 p.m., Hudson North Distriot Youth Day at Fleisch­ manns.

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