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Catskill Mountain news. (Margaretville, N.Y.) 1902-current, August 30, 1973, Image 10

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Houseplants In Wanted Club Discussion Page 10—NEWS, Margaretville, N. Y. _____ Thurs., Aug. 30, 1973 Roxbury, Aug. 30—The Rox- bury Garden club met at the home of Mrs. William Friend last week Monday afternoon. There were 20 present. The subject of the day was “Decorations with House Plants.” Mrs. William Morgan was the narrator for the slides of house plants from cooperative extension of Cornell university. Pictures of plants from coleus, ferns, philo­ dendrons to rarer plants were shown, and suggestions were made as to their need for sunlight, soil and water. Several members brought houseplants or flower arrange­ ments. Mrs. Cornelius Lepeltak had a red gladioli arrangement; Mrs. Elms. Brower had a pink African violet and a winter bouquet of Chinese lanterns, pearly everlasting and pussy willows. Emotional needs of plants was mentioned. “Plants love music even more than they like to be talked to,” said the narration. At the close of the afternoon, punch, cake and cookies were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held Sept. 17 at the home of Mrs. Wesley Hignett. PHOENICIA THEATER The Delaware county civil service commission will hold an open competitive examination of police patrolman on Oct. 13. The last date for filing applications for the examination is Sept. 12. One vacancy exists in the village of Delhi, but the? list wUl establish persons eligible at other villages throughout the county. T3ETTER. DAYS RESTHURAOT b r e a k f a s t - LUNCH DESSERTS 10-4:30 Closed Wednesday Open Fri. Night for Desserts 6:30 -10 pjn. m a i n s t r e e t P I N E H I L L N E W Y O R K OPENING FRIDAY, AUG. 31 n o u IN m m u \ (Next to the Post Office) Main Street Fleischmanns, N. Y. SERVING HOMEMADE CHILI, SOUPS and SANDWICHES Mel and Mary Jane Smith AUBERGE aES 4 SAISONS ROUTE 43 SHANDAKEN, N. Y. PHONE 688-2328 Excellent FRENCH CUISINE 8 Typical French Dishes on the Menu Dinner Children’s Prices BANQUETS AND PRIVATE PARTIES WELCOMED We Serve Lunch and Dinners Starting at 6 p.m> Dally Sundays from 5 p.m. Your host £ind chef: Dadou Labeille and Pierre Latuberne Show Time 8 p.m. Phone 688-7868 or 688-995S Thursday, Aug. 30 Terry Thomas - Glynis Johns “VAULT OF HORROR” [B] Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon. Aug. 31, Sept: 1, 2, 3 “SOUND of MUSIC” [G^ V lountain D rive-in-Theatre 1 liiii(tr-\V indham Ril. TONIGHT Thru TUESDAY 2 Exciting Hits PANAVISION® TECHNiCO^ [g Ceiet)ia1ingW3tref Bros Mih Annivefsaryf^ fes i fnmmuncalions Company Warner Comrnuncalions Company Also BONNIE & CLYDE” SINGLE GIRLS.. . you're invited for FREE COCKTAILS (from 8:30 to 9 :3 0 p.m.) every Wed. (Country Western Night featuring A r t Sutton & his Blue Grass Boys) and Fri. (Dance to the music of the Bill Sacher Trio) through August 24th. Come and enjoy! N o r t ; h e r n L i g h t : s S t e a k a n d S k a l Open daily from 12 noon • W eekends f rom 8 a .m . S C A N D I N A V I A N V I L L A B E Route 28, Phoenicia • 688-2278 Home of the famous Scandinavian Ski & S port Shop and Lapland Motel AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT At EVERGREEN LANES, INC. Margaretville, N. Y. THE EATERY Main Street, Fleischmanns Phone 254-9846 Open 6:30 A.M. LUNCH SPECIALS DAILY Lanes Closed August 27 Thru September 5 For Reservations Phone 586-4427 Friday Fillet of Sole Monday Sausage and Peppers Tuesday Salisbury Steak Wednesday Roast Beef Thursday Virginia Ham Steak ORDERS TO GO Andes Hotel & Temming Motel Andes, N. Y.—914 676-9908 Wednesdays .... Italian Buffet Fridays .............. Meat and Fish Smorgasbord Saturdays ........... Prime Ribs of Beef Simdays .............. Regular Dinners and Buffet DANCING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT to The Fisher Brothers at 9 :00 open seven day* a week for yonr dfaihig convenience— Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. 914 676-9908 r L The Meadow Brook Inn Route 28—Arkville, New York DANCE TO COUNTRY MUSIC BY PETE W O IJ etnd the Mountainaires SATURDAY EVENING - - PIZZA - - ONTEORA THEATRE MAIN ST. - TEL. 2S4-4425 - FLEISCHMANNS, N. Y. Two Shows 7:30 and 9:45 Now thru Saturday, Sept. 1 EDWARD ALBERT starring in “The Heartbreak Kid” Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, Sept. 2, 3, 4 ROBERT GOULET “CAIWELGT” ROXBURY RUN RESTAURANT 4 MUet Off Route 80 at Kelly Comen PHONE 607 326-7577 or 326-9593 OPEN FOR LUNCH and DINNER SWISS SPECIALTY AND AMERICAN CUISINE ________CLOSED WEDNESDAYS ________ Your Hosts, WALTER and JACQUELINE KELLEB A /vvvvw v v v v w v w v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v u v v v v v v v V Your hosts: Rolf & Wally Allweiler LUNCH Served 11:30 TiU DINNER Served 5-9 Weekdays, Till 10 Weekends Closed Monday This Weekend Special (FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY) ROAST VEAL SHANK VEAL GOULASH PAPRIKA WITH SPAETZLE • Bt. 214 Phoenicia Turn at Gordon DragB OV 8-9968 AFTER LABOR DAY Dinner Served 5-10 p.m., Weekends 12-10 p.m. CLOSED TUESDAY B(Mi)E’S PLACE and INN Big Indian, N. Y., on Rt. 28 NICE ROOMS WE CATER YOUR AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARTIES Reservations Recommended — Ph. 914 254-4345 Shephard Hills Golf Course ROXBURY, N.Y. NOW OPEN BY MEMBERSHIP ONLY REASONABLE Phone 607-326-7000 RATES 607-326-7777 HEAR! ROBERT ESTES, Candidate for D.A. and Former Congressman JOHN DOW at j The Annual Labor Day Weekend Democratic Barbecue CHICKEN BY BROOKS! SUNDAY, SEPT. 2 - 2PJV1. ARKVILLE PAVILION ARKVILLE, NEW YORK ^3.60, CHILDREN UNDER 12 $1.76 Free Beer and Soda All Are Invited (r** .-rf/ NEW ITALIAN CUISINE Serving You From 6 to 10 p.m. 5 Nights a Week Closed Monday and Thursday WEDNESJAY VON and DEBBIE An Open Kitchen Until 3 A. M. SATURDAY EVENING ITALIAN STYLE DINING . . . 6 to 10 P. M. DANCING and Listening to OUR FABULOUS 3-PC. COMBO . . . 9 to 2 Phone 914254-9876 Every Day Our Famous Beer and Coffee Garden Will Be Open, Featuring Cocktails, Homemade Pastries and Cakes KASSINN FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE W e ekend D in n e r S p e c ia h ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF VEAL PARMESAN with Spaghetti STUFFED BAKED SHRIMP BONELESS CHICKEN EN BROCHETTE ro a s t DUCKLING with Orange Sauce Plus Our Regular Menu Dancing Saturday Nights WITH RUSS CARIOT AND HIS BAND Now Booking Baaqoets, Weddings, Borinesamen’s Lancbeooa and Meetings For Reservations Phone 914 586-9844 or 586-4841 Rt. 30, Between Margaretville and Roxbury Opan: Mon. thru Sat. 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. DIAL 338-7920 ~ Sun. 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. KINGSTON TEA GARDEN S) FINEST CHINESE FOOD FAMOUS CANTONESE DISHES ' ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 298 Wall St. (Cor. Wall 8i John) King*ton. N.Y. Kelly’s Hotel MAIN ST. MARGARETVILLE, N. Y. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Ita lia n - A m e rican C u isine SATURDAY EVENING FOR YOUR DINING AND DANCING PLEASURE . . . KELLY’S OWN GLENN & AL Served from 5 to 10 p.m. SUNDOWNERS RALLY DAY MARGARETVILLE, NEW YORK SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 10 A.M. Through Evening GAMES FOOD ENTERTAINMENT WATER BALL GREASED PIG DRUM CORPS PONY RIDES 8 DIVISION PARAM AT 2 P.M. 6 AIU-CURCI im m Margaretville, N. Y. PHONE 914 586-2813 Wed. thru Sat., Aug. 29-30-31, Sept. 1 2 Shows—7:30 and 9:30 PANAVISION® TECHNICOLOR® Celebrating Warner Bros 50th Annuersa'y ©A CcmrriijnicatiQns Company Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Sept. 2-3-4 1 Show—8:15 Ptnmount Pietunt and Tomorrow Enttrtainmant.lnc, Pratsnt A L E C G U I N N E S S S I M O N W A R D H I T L E R : T H E L A S T T E N D A Y S AWQLFGANOREINHAADTPnODUCnON AJOHNHEYHANPRESENTAnON INCOUm-APARAMOUNTPtCTURE ' COMING Fri., Sept. 7 WALT DISNEY’S “CINDERELLA” and \Charlie and the AngeP

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