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Page Six—NEWS, Margaretville, N. Y. Thurs., Aug. 2, 1973 THE ULSTER C O U N T Y NEW S Scouts Are At 1973 Jamboree Rip Van W inkle councU of the Boy Scouts of A m erica has sent nine troops, consisting of 125 boys and 18 leaders, to the N a tio n a l Jam b o r e e now in progress a t M oraine s tate park in Pennsylvania and F a rrag u t s tate park in Idaho. One troop of 13 boys and th ree leaders has gone to Jam b o ree W e s t a t Idaho, the others are at Jam b o ree E a s t in Pennsylvania. M em bers of Troop 60 in Phoenicia a t Jam b o ree E a s t are Stephen Shultis of M ount Trem - per, Dale Sm ith, C raig Sm ith and D M n y W allace of Pine Hill, Jeffrey iSchlosser, Joseph M u r­ ray, Alan M u rray and Stephen Dibbell of P h oenicia and Francois Ross, Billy Fichtner, Dale Frano, D e n n is F r a n o and E d w a rd Flouton J r . of Shandaken. They are led by E d g a r W. Schlosser of Phoenicia and H e rb Shultis of M ount T rem p er. Big Indian Qliverea By Mrs. l,aura Elgnor Big Indian-O liverea, Aug. 2 > S h annon Cronin is o u t of the hospital and navigates w ith crutcihes, b u t m u st spend con­ siderable tim e in his hospital bed. 1 M r. and M rs. Jerro ld E ignor returned to th e ir hom e near iplattsburgh on W ednesday. 5 » M em bers of th e W innisoc^ |lu b spent S a turday evening yiewdng th e slide program of Ihe C atskills, presented by M r. Jn d M rs. E d W est. ? P o s tm a ster and M rs. F tan k ^Vranovics attended a cham ­ pagne opera crudse in connec- iio n w ith th e second annxial Lake George opera festival. 2 M r. and M rs. Thom as La- j^ a r c a of B rooklyn are e n d ­ in g a w eek w ith his brother ^ n d sisfter-in-law, M r. and M rs. J>at LaM aroa. f M r. and M rs. N o rm an Cooper in d fam ily have retu rn e d from , visdt to th e ir son and daugh- r-in-law in H u n tington, L. I. « M r. and M rs. W illiam B u r- Jie tt and fam ily have returned ^ m i a w e ek’s stay in Saranac * ^ e , WTjfere 3pg. # J George Jenkins has purchased i(iie B e rghauer house in OMv- ^ re a . The dosing w as Friday, JTuly 20. M rs. Jan e R o ssitz w as given b irthday dinner a t Isolde’s ^ia,ce W ednesday evenii^. - O tto K o st and M r. and M rs. {Tom Silbiger spent th e w eek­ en d a t th r i r cottages in the Big u d i a n M o u n tain club. 5 'H ie tow n of Shandaken youth l^creatio n com m ittee held its ^ n n u a l field trip to O range * ounty fa ir a t M iddletown on L ITT L E LEAGUE CHAM PIONS a fte r season’s play in Phoenicia are th e Yankees, who won 13 and lost 5. M em bers of the squad are, left to right, front, Alan B erryann, who w as voted m o st valuable player; second row, M el A llen, Vinnie M erwin, Tom my H aynor, P a u l Sm ith, D avid Groom and D oug H ruska; th ir d row. D ale Sm ith, D avid Fallon, S c o tt Frano, D ennis F rano, Mtm- ag e r F ran k Lane and Coach Jam e s Quinn. Evan Brow n and K evin F r a s ier w e re absent when picture w as taken. Second place w as tak e n by M ets, th ir d by Indians, and la s t by G iants. Belleayre By M illicent B u erge Belleajrre, Aug. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hillriegel, daughter, Amy, and son, Danny, of Aurora, 111., spent two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hillriegel, and returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morse of Prattsville visited friends in this place Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Millicent Buerge visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Buerge, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Storey and son, Robbie, of Arkville and Mrs. Russell Varnum of Mineola, L. I. visited friends here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ramp and son, Raymond, , of Islamorada, Fla. have been spending the last two weeks visiting his mother, Mrs. Hugh Ramp Sr., and other relatives and friends in the area. Other guests of Mrs. Ramp were Mrs. Kenneth Burger and chil­ dren of Clinton, Conn. Lanesville By Mrs. Hennaa Quick LanesviUe, Aug. 2 M r. a n d M rs. Raym ond Sohm id and children, C arol, D ebra a n d Raym ond, Earltcm have m oved in B eecher & n itii’s bungalow. M r. and M rs. H a rold Qtuck visited M rs. D o ris Sw e e t and children in Fleischm anns Sun­ day afternoon. M rs. Jam e s P la n t and chil­ dren, D ennis and L o rraine, of New H a m p ^ iire and h e r m o th- er-in-law . M rs. R u th Plant ot Red Hook, visited M r. an d M rs. H a rold Q u ick en d M rs. D ean Close Sunday, \njey also viatt- ed M rs. H e rm a n Q uidc in Chi­ chester. M rs. Florence Kixim and M rs. Lena O strander of K ingston ^>ent W ednesday w ith, M r. and M rs. N elson Ruofif. M r. and M rs. John H aydo of A u rora H eights, CMiio, s p ^ th e w eekend w ith th e ir daughter, M rs. GordOT Groenewold. Rogers To Give Concert Grant Rogers, Catskill fiddler and singer, will give a concert in Phoenicia Saturday to benefit fund for retarded children. The concert, to be given at 8 p.m. at the parish hall of St. Francis de Sales church, is sponsored by Father Ginet council of the Knights of Columbus. Lunch and Dinner Served Daily 12 Noon-10 p.m. CLOSED TUESDAY IS(»i)E’S PLACE and INN Big Indian, N. Y., on Rt. 28 N IC E ROOMS W E CATER YOUR AVAILABLE PRIV A T E PA R T IES Reservations Recommended — Ph. 914 254-4345 The Phoenicia News By Mrs. Blanche Kirk Cub Scouts of Pack 60, along with several of their leader’s attended the ninth annual pow wow of Junior champion drum and bugle corps contest on Sunday evening at Dietz Memo­ rial stadium in Kingston. Mrs. Lee Rider and grand­ daughter, Lusia Hines, and friend of Long Island spend Monday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Sal Pennisi and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy and children. Mrs. Rider and Lusia are former residents of this place. Christopher and Paul Staiger, sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Staiger, spent Saturday in Shandaken visiting at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ford, and children. The annual fair for the benefit of the Phoenicia Methodist church will be held Saturday at the church grounds. The theme for this years’ fair is “Remember When”. Ronald and Kenneth Koerner of Long Island are spending two jveek^s vacation here visiting \wtTi~ their aunt, Mrs. Helen Cordo, and family, Tony and Margie Kennelly of Kerhonkson are spending their summer vacation here visiting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Holgate. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett of Binghamton spent several days here last week as guests of his sister. Miss Helen Bennett. Thursday, Aug. 2 Henry Maben Jr. of Bingham­ ton is spending two weeks here at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Platt. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Platt and Elizabeth Hendricks of Margaretville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benjamin of South New Berlin, spent Saturday here visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Platt. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright of Staten Island spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wright. John Mahoney is spending several weeks here at his summer home on old route 28. Mrs. Isabel Lucchetti enter­ tained the following at her home here on Thursday afternoon: Mrs. George Ungar of Mount Tremper, Mrs. Fran Groenewold of Lanesville, Mrs. Irene Pokomy, Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. James Lenehan, Mrs. Olive Thomson, Mrs. Herman Quick of Chiches­ ter, Mrs. George Call and Mrs. Joseph Doyle of Phoenicia. Mrs. Lucchetti’s birthday was cele­ brated. Piano Tuning and Repairs BILL DOBER Tel. 914 688-5670 Route 42 Shandaken, N. Y. 12480 : PINE HILL JEWELERS SALE 20% to 80% OFF oo WATCHES - JEWELRY DIAMONDS Expert Jeweilry and Watch Repairs We Buy Old Gold, Jewelry and Diamonds B t 28. Ftaw Hill, N. T. TeL (914) 254-4278 Potters' Farm BIG INDIAN, N. Y. HANEMVIADE POTTERY Goats’ Milk and Yogurt Organic Vegetables and Herbs “Open dawn to dusk everyday” JOHN and ELENA KEHRL Rose Mountain Road Off Route 28 914-254-4323 *‘H qw can I build an enduring project using concrete blocks and not ^iss'With mortar?” SU REW ALLTM SURFACE BONDING CEMENT is stronger than mortar and it will save you time and money.” B arbecue grills, servloe screens, patio seatiiig w a lls, p lan ter boxes, w a lls, carports, dog houses, pum p hooses, borne underpinning and picnic tab les . . . a r e som e of th e m a n y projects SUR1> W ALL SURFACE BONDING CE2MENT is p e rfect fo r because:’ • S u rew a ll S u rface Bonding C em ent bonds concrete blocks into a w a ll s tru c tu re stronger than m o rtar b u ilt walls. • Surew a ll S u rface Bonding C em ent protects w a lls from w a ter penetration. • Surew a ll S u rface Bonding C e m « it decorates w a ll w ith an attra c tiv e coating th a t conceals blocks and jom ts, even w h en w e t from rain. • M o st people find Surew a ll S u rface Bonding C em ent easy to w o rk w ith. Come in fo r a dem o n stration. Singer-Denman Lumber Co., Inc. Died Saturday Rev. William R. Peckham, who has spent many of his retirement years as a Methodist supply pastor for churches in this area, died Saturday afternoon at the Kingston hospital. His funeral was Tuesday afternoon at the Clinton Avenue United Metho­ dist church in Kingston, where he was pastor for seven years. Burial is in Fair Lawn cemetery at Prattsville. Pastor Peckham is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alice Race Peckham, a former Margaretville resident, a brother, Charles Peckham of Saratoga, and two sisters, Mrs. Alta Deyo and Mrs. Edith Becker of Prattsville. He was a native of Prattsville, the son of Pardy and Ella Ferris Peckham. He was ordained an elder in the Methodist Church in 1926 and had retired from the active ministry in 1965. Since then he has filled pulpits on frequent occasions in Fleisch­ manns and Phoenicia. PUCKIHUDDLE PROUCTS Table Linens Pottery Quilts Place Mats Toys ' Calico Yard Goods Do-It-Yourself Kits HOURS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY OUverea, N. Y. 914-254-5553 Nat and Larry Bauer T a k e B ig Indian-O liverea road a t railro a d tra c k s a t Big Indian. Go th ree m iles. Puckihuddle is on th e left. A red b a m w ith black shutters. T H A N K Y O U U lster Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Colonial Sanitation Pine H ill F ir e Dept. Big Indian l i r e D e p t Pine H U l'Fleischm anns R o tary N eed'A -H om e Inc. W ranovics F r u its & V egetables Susie’s Cabins R u d i’s Big Indian R e s tau ran t M arc M iller, A u c tioneer Isolde’s Place B e llea ^ e M t Ski School P ine H ill Swim & Tennis Club R alph Persons Intense Space Circus C h arlie’s Gun Shop O idget C o at Co. V & M P izzeria P ine HiU A rm s Hoted C h a ir l i f t P a r ty S tore B e tter D ays R e s tau ran t W adler Bros., Inc. Phoenicia R o tary Fleischm anns F ir e Dept; A rkville F ire D ^ t . Sundow n ers A. H . Todd & Son, Inc. D e ak NatitHial B ank The Flow e r Shop Owl’s N e st R e s tau ran t M t G a te M otel N o rm an’s Photos Town of Shandaken Constables C ircus C eram ics W. R. M arks Agency, Inc. Lum en S e a rle G rassroots Von & Debbie B elleayre M t Sid C e n ter Big M ac D iscount Store W nu Bach, B u ilder B e tty Boop C eram ics All V o lunteers Special th a n k s to M ayor L e o n a rd V anV alkenborg and th e P ine H ill V illage B o ard PINE CONE FESTIVAL T h e * 7 1 F a i t l s a i % c o m i n g . BOICEVILLE, N. Y. TEL. 657-2180 or 657-8040 S o t h e T 3 S m u s t g o . It’s very simple. Your local Ford Dealer still has some shiny new 73 model year Fords and Pintos and Mavericks and Torinos and Mustangs, etc., in his showroom. But a lot of shiny new 1974 models are now on their way to him. Well, to make room for the new year, your Ford Dealer has only one choice. To clear out the old. Which means you can now get a beautiful 1973 Ford and a very good deal in the bargain. Why not come home to Ford. Now. And catch your local dealer while he’s still coming and going. See y o u r local Fuid Deafei; 1973 LTD Brougham shown with optional vinyl roof, white sidewalls, deluxe bumper group and front comenng laiDp*.

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