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Catskill Mountain news. (Margaretville, N.Y.) 1902-current, June 21, 1973, Image 3

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The Andes N ews By Mrs. Richard Liddle Mrs. B e tty Jones and daugh­ ters, Julie and Marsha, of Me- chanicville were weekend guests of her father, Sheddon Acker- ley, and brother eind sister-dn- law, Mr. and Mrs. John Acker- ley. On Sunday all traveled to GaUupviiUe to an antique show, where John showed his antique Ford car. Mr. and Mrs. John Drew and sons, Rtissell and Raymond, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Roberts and cJiildren, Eddie, J<rfin and Jill, of Arkville were Sunday picnic Thursday, June 21 guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albertus Marshall, and son, Jeff, in Samsonville. Members of the Andes central school baseball team and their families enjoyed a chicken bar­ becue a t the Tremperskill Rod and Gun clubhouse Sunday. Birthday Dinner Mrs. Stella Armstrong was guest of honor a t a covered dish birthday dinner on Sunday at the United Methodist church. Her granddaughters, Mrs. Mil- T h e M argaretville R o tary Club SEEKS DONATED ITEMS For Its Community A u ction Saturday, July 14 Needed are furniture, appliances (in working condition), household items, knick-knacks, etc. For Pickup T e l^ h o n e HAROLD LADENHEIM .... 586-2671 KEENE ROADMAN ..... 586-4100 TOM S M I T H .................................... 586-3200 I d e a l F o r B B Q ( C e n t e r C u t)^ € m ie /ir ton Glazer and family of New Hyde Park, L. I., Mrs. \niomas Breen and family of York, Pa., and Mrs. Jam es Morris and family of Thomasville, Pa., were out-of-town guests who attended. Mrs. Armstrong has been a member of the church for over 70 years. Mr. and Mrs. Stew art Ford spent a few days last week in New York city and visited her daughter, Mrs. Jartes Brown­ ing, in a hospital there and saw her new granddaughter. Dena Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. John Nollan of Inglewood, Calif., are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mural Miller. Women’s Softball A women’s softball summer league is being planned in An­ des. Any women interested in joining may call Mrs. Gerald Wright. The first practice will be on Monday;^ June 25, sta rt­ ing at 7 p.m. Mrs. Stella Armstrong left Sunday to spend time with her granddaughter, Mrs. MUton Glazer, and family in New Hyde Park, L. I. Carl Betcher Jr. of Camp­ bell Hall was a Thursday and Friday guest of his aunt, Mrs. James A. Glendening. Mrs. George Redden and Mrs. Gerald W right were Father’s day visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mould, in West- ford. Mrs. John Jakszewski spent Thursday and Friday at Brant Lake attending a conference of the Episcopal churchwomen’s coordinating committee of the Diocese of Albany. She was ac­ companied from Castleton by Mrs. Meynard Beebe of Castle- CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL GRADS ton and Mrs. Inez Coon of CHient Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Giannoc- caro of Middletoiwn were week­ end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cltfford Holmes. Mr. and ftte. .^ h u r J. Ai- kens were Father’s day supper guests of their son-in-'law end daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard , Liddle, and sons, Roger cuid Demny, and Gilbert Liddle. Gilbert Liddle and Mrs. Rich­ ard Liddle visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ackerley and new baby son, Michael Alien, in Marga­ retville Sunday. Childrens day and prc«notion day exercises will be held a t 11 a.m. Sunday at the Andes United Presbyterian church. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hall and son. George Jr., were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cole Sr., her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Cowan, and daughter, Donna, of Mar­ garetville, her brother and sis- ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cole Jr., her grandmother, Mrs. Harold Cole Sr., his parents. JAMES MEEHAN CARPET SERVICE Sales and Installations of New and Used Rugs ntE E l ESTDIATES Cidl for Convenioit Shop-at-Home Service VICTORY MARKETS 1908-1973 When we went ifilo husiness in I DOS, Mutlwr's D:iy w:is nmtle (illic in l . Teddy Rousevelt ii'as pre.sideni. The FBI WHS creiited: Ty Cohh wa.s ;i world series star lor Detroit: Henry Ford's Model-T was intru- diiccd ill S850.00. Penny Post curds were penny posi cjrds; Sky advertis­ ing WHS first used; Iforkmen’s Cum- imisiition was enacted; Julia Howe, Anthor of Battle Hymn of the Re­ public, became the first woman mem­ ber uf the American Academy of Arts and Letters. ISOS was a good year fur a lot uf great things. 12 Oz. P *9 Hormel Waler Thin I Sliced Bocon HORMEI. TOT«M.^AeK ADMeatFraab T . ' bincheon illlali” o* Bologna, Dutch, Olive or Cooked Selami Lean Tasty Grdund Chuck 9 9 ^ Rath Hickory Smoked < ^ 7 0 Canned Hams 8 Lb. Can $9.59 Mr. and Mrs. Robert HaJl of Bovina Center, and his brother and sister-dn-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hall, and son. Tommy, of Bovina Center. Mr. and Mrs. John McNaugh- ton and daughter, Kari, of Lyons were weekend guests of his vmcle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harland Jester. Saturday they attended the wedding of Paul Taber Jr. and Jeanne Hoeko at the Roxbury Re­ formed church. Mrs. Sylvia Glendening, Mi^. George Liddle, Mrs. Macon Smith. Mrs. Betty Woolheater and Mrs. John Jackson attend­ ed the annual dinner meeting of the Four-County Library syst«n in Mt. Upton last week Monday evening. Don Smith of East North- port, L. I., was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. David Kite of West Monroe were Sat­ urday night and Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Macon Smith. Rev. and Mrs. R. V. E. W right spent Thursday and Friday with their son and daughter- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright. There will be no service at the Cabin Hill church on Sun­ day because of the Childrens NEWS, Margaretvfflle, N. Y. Thulrs^ June 21.1973—Page Three Family Degrees Kelly Comers - A Margaretville brother and sister received associate degrees June 10 at the commencement exercises at U lster County Community college. John Rou- cek, received an associate in applied science degree, and his sister, Miss Barbara Roucek, received an associate in arts degree. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Roucek. day exercises at the United Presbyterian church. Mrs. William Doig moved from her home on Palm er Hill to an apartm ent in the LeRoy H itt house, formerly the AUie Bramley house, last week. Miss Nancy Campbell of Kingston spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Krick and Mr. and Mrs. John Jaks­ zewski were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Rosales in Glassboro, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dissel- houst of Chicago spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Madden. F L E A M A R K E T Every Saturday and Sunday Starting June 30 and July 1 E t 28, ArkviUe, Next to DrivtaB Range Spaces Available For Inform ation Call 586-4844 or 58ft-4994 eom ouTofBuauBS S A L E ! THREE LIVING ROOM SUITES BUNK BEDS Complete with Springs and Mattresses Was $169 - Now $139 __________ FREE ELECTRIC BLANKET With Purchase of Posturepe^ic Queen Size Extra Firm Spring and Mattress Set -r/v.. . _j,„ f ■■ y-- : One More Shipmemt of .SI^Ei^ER jJpUN^i;^ Expected So<m A Few LAMPS and Odd Pieces of FURNITURE Including OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Discount Prices on Most Items in Stock Margaretville Fumhure Store Main Street Phone 586-4368 Present YOUR family with the marvelous Gift, a trouble-free, tough, sturdy, last-a-Ufetime By Mrs. Ralph Felter ^ K d ly Corners. June 21 Mr. and Mrs. William Vaik spent the weekend with theij;i son-dn-law and daugliter, M r- and Mrs. H arry Eckert Jr., ia, Walden. Mr. and Mrs. Asther Sprague and son, Eric, and her motheft. Mrs. Elsa Herta, of Willistpir Park, L. I., ^ n t the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M e ^ spent Sunday with her brother^ in-law and sister, Mr. and Mi^j Jesse Finch, a t West Davel^ port. Mrs. Raymond Slausott and children of Longmont, Col., came Saturday for a month’s visit with her parents, Mr. an^ Mrs. Jesse Finch. Mr. and Mrs. Jd in Spragu6 have two new great gran«^ daughters, one born June 13 to Mr. and Mrs. John Merwin at Delhi hospital, and one bom June 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Maittioe at Stamford hospital. Dunraven By Mrs. Ralph DeSilva Dunraven, June 21 Mr. and Mrs. George McMi^- ray and Mr. and Mrs. Lewjs Conklin were dinner guests fA Mrs. Richard Soules in Downs- ville on F ather's day. Gordon DeSilva and son, Kevin, of Oneonta spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrjs. Ralph DeSilva. ; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Burnett and family of Washingtonvifle and Francis Shultis and soil, Patrick, of Hamden were Sunday dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shultis. Mr. and Mrs. James Davis \of Middleburgh and Leonard Shul­ tis and son, L e ighton, ,of Halcottville were Sunday after­ noon visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shultis. MARGARETVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 MARGARETVILLE NEW YORK 12455 Bids DUE: June 25, 1973 Bid OPENING: June 25, 1973 NOTICE TO BIDDERS: The Board of Education of the Mar­ garetville Central School re­ quests sealed bids for the fol­ lowing: 1.No. 2 FUEL OIL Supplv for the School Year 1973-1974. 2. No. 6 BUNKER C F U E L OIL Supply for the School Year 197^1974. 3.1«ILK S ue Year 1973-1974. ------ 4 .BREAD and RELATED ITEMS for the School Year 1973-1974. 5. ROOF REPAIR and reroof­ ing at Fleischmanns building. Spedficaticms, instructions, quantities may be obtained from the School Business Office dur­ ing normal working hours. Rione: a/c 914, 5 ^ ^ 7 , upon request. Bids are to be submitted by MAIL or in PERSON, to the Undersigned, by NOON on June 25, 1973. Bids will be publicly opened on JUNE 25th, 1973 at 7:45 P.M., E.D.S.T. 'THE BOARD OF EDUCATION RE­ SERVES THE RIGHT TO RE­ JECT ANY OR ALL BIDS AND IS \raE SOLE JUDGE OF EQUIVALENCY. W ILUAM A. HUBBELL CLKRK BOARD OF EDUCA-nON je21c A ll-A lum in u m T r o j a n P o o l Constructed entirely of non-rusting Alcoa^^um mum , thw e Pools will not crack, warp, peel or rust. The p a t e n t ^ tw<v inch, aircraft - construction w ^ , of polystyrene, between layers of aluminum, makes our Pool e J ^ o r d taarU y strong! Let us show you HOW you CAN revel in the luxury of your own private pool. Above Ground or Below Ground Demonstration Pool On Ns|day Easy Long-Term Financing _________ Complete Selection of POOL ACCESSORIES and CHEMICALS Covers, Domes, Heaters, Slides, Boards, etc. RALPH DeBARI & SONS, INC ipply for the School J- Phone 914 586-2656 Margaretville, N. Y. WINES SPIRITS onm lloa.-Thufi. ffiOO KM. to 9:00 PJC. Fri. and Sab 9:00 KM. to lOHM) P J l in 1 1)11 [MW'S 325-77BS RALPH COW A N ’S BODY SHOP BODY REPAIR REIIABIE-ECONOMICAI COLLISION BKPAIBS BEAR FRAME M A C H I^ • PAINTINO • WELDING • GLASS l&Kpert Worknuuiahip New Kingston Road MARGARETVILLE Phone 914 586-4202

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