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Catskill Mountain news. (Margaretville, N.Y.) 1902-current, August 30, 1973, Image 11

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The Roxbury New# By Irma Mae Griffin Mrs. Abram Davis was taken to the SUmford hospital Sunday by ambulance. Mrs. Willard D. Brown of Ringwood, N. J., is visiting Mrs. Charles Aikman. There was no church Sunday in the Methodist church, as the pastor Rev. Clemen E. Brown, is on his vacation. Mrs. H. Ivan Smith has been a patient at the Margaretville Memorial hospital. Library Hours The Roxbury public library will be closed Labor Day and then will begin its winter schedule on Wednesday, Sept. 5. The library is open 3:15 to 4:30 D.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. It is closed Mondays and Fridays. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Straut of Arkville, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Marcus and children of Wawarsing, and Mrs. Esther Santiago and daughters, Trudy and Theresa, of Kerhonkson were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ballard. Norman Allen of California, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paine and Miss Kathy Burge, all of New York City, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Braley. Edward Elflein of Seacliff, L. I., is spending the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elflein Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick DeMarco and daughters, Patty and Dina, Mr. and Mrs. August Gargano, Miss Erma Sette and Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Diana and daughter, Carina, all of Long Island, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sette. Philip Aquila has returned home from the Margaretville Memorial hospital and Mrs. Eva Day is caring for him at present. Mrs. Abram Davis was taken to the Margaretville hospital by ambulance Wednesday. Mrs. E. J. Gellner, grandson, Thomas E. Griffin, and his three children, all of Tom’s River, N. J., were in town Wednesday. Mrs. Marion D. White of Greenwich was in town Monday. Miss Mary Cimcotta has returned to her home in Norwich after three weeks with Mrs. Nora Eaton. Dawn Hamil celebrated her fifth birthday Aug. 21 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hamil. Also present were her aunt, Mrs. Nora Eaton and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Greene. Mr. and Mrs. David Moseley of Lexington, spent the week with Mrs. Moseley’s mother, Mrs. Bertha Cammer, last week. Mrs. Kevin Millar and daugh­ ters, Maureen and Ann, spent a week of vacation on the coast of Maine. Mrs. Colin Becker and daugh­ ter, Suzanne of Cairo and a friend, Mrs. Evelyn Warner, retired head nurse in a New York hospital, were weekend guests of Thursday, Aug. 30 Mrs. Becker’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elton LaRue. Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Lutz and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hignett spent last week at the LaRue cottage at South Dennis on Cape Cod, and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hughes and children, Randy and Janet, are spending this week at the cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dahlen and daughter, Betsey, and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Dahlen, and son, Timothy Scott Jr. of Remsen- berg, L. I., and Mrs. Timothy Dahlen’s mother, Mrs. Elli Heinsinger, and her brother, Juergen Heinsinger of Hanau, Germany, spent the weekend at the Dahlen home in Vega. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stahl and children, Sharon and Michael, of Poughkeepsie spent Sunday with Mr. Stahl’s mother, Mrs. Malvina Stahl. Wayne Baer, who was at George Air Force base, Calif., was home for a leave and left Aug. 5 for Holland, where he will be stationed for the next two years. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Haynes and sons, Roger and Thomas, have returned home from an extensive western trip during which they saw Rapid City, S. D., and Jelly stone Park nearby, and they had a family reunion at a campsite near the Rosebud Indian reservation, including several relatives of Tommy’s, whose grandfather, John Shield- him of Denver, was among them. Mrs. Haynes’s son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schneider, and son, Michael, of Linwood, visited them there. They also went to Mount Rushmore, saw Crystal Cave and several other tourist attractions. They started Aug. 3 and were gone more than two weeks. Hikers Came Here Tony Stevens of Guilderland, David Heald of Altamont, and Dan Solomon of Westmere back-packed from Altamont to Roxbury, taking four days for the hike. While here the boys visited Wake Robin, and David’s great-aunt. Miss Grace S. Preston. Tony Stevens is also a distant cousin of Miss Preston. On Saturday Mrs. Douglas Heald and daughter, Patty, of Altamont came down and took the boys home by car. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Preston and son, Michael of South Kortright visited Misis Grace S. Preston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weber Jr. and children, Frederick and Michael of Laurelton, L. I., spent several days and the weekend with Mr. Weber’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weber. On Thursday they attended the Cobleskill fair and on Saturday, Michael’s 11th birthday was celebrated by a family party, with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K. Kirk and children, Christopher and Jeannine, of Slingerlands, and Charles, James and Joseph Ballard as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Tyler are spending a week in the Syracuse vicinity, attending the State Fair and visiting their children, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuhl at Fayetteville, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Tyler at Marcellus and Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell at Elbridge. Mrs. Oliver P. Staples and three women friends from Tuscon, Ariz., Newburgh and New Jersey, made a trip to Laurens, S. C., returning Satur­ day. Mr. and Mrs. Merle H. Muller and daughter, Desha, of Spring­ field, Mass., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George Pebler and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pebler. Mr. and Mrs. James Vaughn of Woodside are vacationing at the house of Harvey Wine in Roxbury Run. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silverstein returned Sunday to their home in DuMont, N. J., after spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Woinski at Roxbury Run. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Derenthal of Lake George spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stewart VanBuren. Mrs. Alice VanBuren and Miss Sandra VanBuren of Scotia spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. VanBuren. Frank Dalli of Merrick, L. I., spent the weekend with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Beck, in Roxbury Run. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Schwartz of New York City is spending the summer at the house of Mrs. Alyce Albrecht at Roxbury Run. Mrs. Bea Grassgreen of Forest Hills, L. I., is spending two weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bornstein. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stein of Manhasset spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hal Davis at Roxbury Run. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Frank ScheWer of Forest Hills. Burton Jordan and Mrs. Ward Brand visited Mrs. Brand’s sisters, Mrs. Freda Leonard and Mrs. Catherine Conrow, at Coeyman’s hollow Sunday. Mrs. Wallace Campbell of Fredonia and Mrs. Joseph Blauvelt of Ypsilanti, Mich., visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, this week. The previous week Mr. and Mrs. Arthro Mallamo and Miss Mabel Morrison of East Setauket, L. L, and Mrs. Walter Pollock of Morton, Pa., each spent three days here with Mr. and Mrs. Friend. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sher­ wood and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sherwood and daughter, Vicki, spent the weekend at Oneida Lake as guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Ballard. !. iHrs. Loui^ Kout?,^ a c lo ^ a - nied by Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chase of Schenectady, Mrs. Raymond Fett and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gary DeLong and son. Heath, all of Lima, Ohio, attended the Whoop-de-doo at New Kingston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Silver entertained their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCorry, and a cousin, Moe Collins, all of Toronto, for the weekend at their home on Shultis road. James Browning, who has spent the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ayer, has returned to his home at Port Jefferson. Edward Saunders is a patient (RETAIN THIS WORKSHEET) D E P A R T M E N T O F T H E TRE A S U R Y O F F ICE O F REV E N UE SH A R I N G 1 9 0 0 PE N N S Y L V A N I A AVE N W W A S H I N G T O N . D C 2 0 2 2 6 THE GOVERNMENT OF HflLCOTT TOWN HAS USED ITS REVENUE SHARING PAYMENT FORTHE PERIODBEGtNNtNG JflN 1,. 19?3 ENDING JUN 30. 1972 IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON A TOTAL PAYMENT OF $3- 229 ACCOUNT NO. 5 3 3 0 2 6 0 0 3 HfiLCOTT TOWN' TOWN SUPERVISOR GREENE COUNTr HBLCOTT CENTER N t 1 2 4 2 7 of thts report has been published in a locat newspaper of general circulation I have records documenting the contents of this report and they are open for public and news media scrutiny. AddiTionally. I certify that \ am the chief executive officer and. with respect to the entitlement funds reported hereon. I certify that they have not been used in violation of either the priority expenditure requirement (Section 103} or the matching funds prohibition (Section 104) of the Act (0) TRUST FUND REPORT Revenue Sharing Funds Received 7 ^ y* Thru June 30. 1 9 7 3 .................S ^ - ^ ^ 7 . C / ^ Interest Earned...................... .. £ ! / ^ ^ ^ Total Funds Available . . Amount Expended. . ..................... S. Balance . . Dunraven By Mrs. Ralph DeSilva Dunraven, Aug. 30 Russell Schebesta left Sunday for Oswego to start his junior year in radio and TV broadcast­ ing studies at State University college there. Mrs. Floyd Fairbairn is a patient in the Walton hospital. She had surgery on Tuesday. Douglas DeSilva of Mahwah, N. J. and Miss Marleen VoUweiler of Ramsey, N. J., were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph DeSilva. Francis Shultis and son, Patrick, of Hamden were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shultis. Leonard and son, Leighton, of Halcottville were Sunday night visitors. Mrs. Barbara Majorin and son, Quintis of Brooklyn are spending the week with her father, Lewis Conklin, and visiting her mother, Mrs. Lewis Conklin in the Margaretville Memorial hospital. Mrs. Marian Swart and Mrs. Lena Tiffany attended the Montrose Bible conference at Montrose, Pa., from Tuesday through Friday. They accompa­ nied Miss Frieda Neuberger of Jeffersonville. Mrs. Gwendolyn Swazey of Oneonta, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanford and son, Wesley, of Marlboro, spent the weekend with Mr; and Mrs. George Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Owen and family of Willow were guests Saturday. Mrs. Doris Ramp of Delhi had dinner with Mrs. Lena Tiffany, Sunday. at the Veteran’s Administration hospital in Albany. John Augello and children, Alicia, John and Maria, of Richmond Hill spent the week­ end at their home at Roxbury Run, John Warner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ballard of Denver, left for Herkimer to register for his second year at Herkimer Community college. Classes be­ gan Monday. Harold Ballard Jr. of Cheshire, Conn., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison C. Morse returned home Saturday after 25 days of vacation in Venezuela and Colombia, South America. Clinton Sparling of Bingham­ ton spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Stella Baker, and they, attended the Sparling reunion in WWte Sulphur Springs at the homfe ttf'M r. and Mrs. George Laer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Van­ Buren and mother, Mrs. Beulah Morse, spent their vacation in Montreal and Algonquin' Provin­ cial park in Canada. Their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Michael VanBuren of Platts­ burgh, joined them for a few days in Montreal. Older Persons Body Organizing A Delaware county senior citizens council will be organized at a meeting, to be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the Delhi elementary school cafeteria. The new council has been in process of organization for several months. The extension service, the older persons’ regional office and Delaware Opportunities have cooperated in assisting representatives from all corners of Delaware county to form the new group. A constitution and by-laws for the new organization have been drafted, and official action will be taken by the newly elected board of directors. It is also planned to elect members to the board of directors of the council at the Sept. 18 meeting. Village and town senior citizen groups have been invited to participate in the formation of the county council. State Senator Edwyn E. Mason will be the principal speaker at the first meeting. The program will also include Ken­ neth Axtell, chairman of the board of supervisors, and Mayor Eleanor Volante of Delhi. Stan­ ley I. Hayes, director of the Older Persons’ Regional Office, will present a general summary of the reasons for organizing the council, its aims and hopes. Miss Elizabeth Luce will be the presiding officer for the business session. M a r g a r e t v i l l e M e m o r i a l H o s p i t a l Admissions Aug. 21, Frank Thomas of Raxibury; Aug. 22, Edward Paw- lowski of Arkville; Aug. 24, Bruce Squires of Margaret- viUe; Aug. 25, Leon Jones of MargaretvlHe. Discharges Aug. 18, Lillian Sweatman of Roxbury and Gene Shultis of Fleischmanns; Aug. 19, Gloria Bergman of Denver. NEWS, Margaretville, N. Y. Thurs., Aug. 30, 1973—Page l\ JAMES MEEHAN CARPET SERVICE S a l e s a n d In s t a l l a t i o n s of N e w a n d U s e d R u g s f r e e ESTIMATES Call fior Conveni«tt Sh^at*H(»ne Service M a r s a r e t v U I e , N . Y. 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