NEWS, MargaretviHe, N. Y. Thurs., Aug. 30, 1973—Page Three BOOKS - BOTTLES - NOVELTIES MINMTURES OPEN YEAR AROUND ANTIQUES THE CHANANDOT aiG F WAONEB AVENUE, FLEISCHMANNS, N. Y. 124S0 TEL. 914 254-60S4 The Fleischmanns News AT KASS INN - ROUTE 3 0 Saturday Luncheon By Reservation or Guest Only By Frances M. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Alan Goldfarb of New York city are the parents of a son, Adam Michael. The paternal grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. David Goldfarb of Highmount, and the great grandmother is Mrs. Gussie Mollot, summer resident of Highmount. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gathercole and children, Christine and Melanie of Gainesville, Fla., have been visiting her ^andparents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mayes, for the last week. Arthur DeWitt of Stone Ridge, former resident, delivered the message Sunday morning at the Thursday, Aug. 30 Fleischmanns United Methodist church. Ralph Stearns, who has been a patient at the Kingston hospital for several days, returned home Friday. ivir. ana Mrs. uoraon Rent and grandson of Ellenville, former residents of this village, were in town one day last week. Mrs. Shirley Samuels of New York city has returned home after spending a few days with her brother-in-law and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz. Mrs. Matthew Walsh of Long Island visited her mother, Mrs. T H A N K Y O U We wish to express our gratitude to all those who contributed to the success of the 1973 Whoop-De-Doo. The efforts made during the past few weeks by persons both within and outside the community as well as the long range planning by dedicated individuals made this year’s festival possible. Our sincere thanks to everyone. The Whoop-De-Doo Committee Robert Kelly, here last week. Mrs. Kelly’s mother, Mrs. Kath erine Greco, and her aunt, Mrs., Julia Thurtle, both of Astoria, went home with Mrs. Walsh after spending six weeks of vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly. The concession, sponsored by the UMW Circle 2, held Saturday at the Persons' auction in Red Kill netted a profit of approxi mately $107. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kraut and granddaughter, Audrey Kraut, also friend, Mrs. Irene Shull of Brooklyn, were visitors of Mrs. Kraut’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz from Thursday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Voit of Islip, L. I., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tillis. Miss Darlene Greene of Lake Helen, Fla., former resident of Fleischmanns has been spending a week visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Cassie Greene, and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. WWWWWWWWVWMMMV Visit a Nice Place PARCHMENT FARM Books, Records, Arts and Crafts Supplies, Music and More Margaretville Main St. Pbooe 58ft4880 VW V V WW MA/W WSWW V Robert Smith, in Woodstock. On Tuesday Miss Greene visited friends and relatives in town, and flew home Wednesday from Newark airport. The name of the Flisser-De- Groff Agency will be changed, effective Sept. 1, to N. E. Ag:ency, Inc. The office and personnel at Fleischmanns will remain the same, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taber Jr. of Downsville were guests of Mrs. John Hoeko at a dinner party at Kass Inn Monday evening to celebrate Mrs. Taber's birthday. Edward Cohen, who has been employed in Denver, Colo, for the summer, has returned home and will iDe student-teaching at the Woodstock school this fall. Mrs. John Hoeko spent from Thursday until Monday in Sarasota, Fla., and attended the funeral of her father. Dr. I. W. Ponemon. Mrs. Susan Sanders and daughter, Kelly, of Wantagh, L. I., are spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Braunstein. Dr. and Mrs. William Cohen, accompanied by Miss Anne Cohen of Brooklyn, have return ed after a 10-day visit to Dry Brook By Bette Funarl Dry Brook, Aiig. 30 Vincent P. Tabano and fam ily and friends of Lodi, N. J., spent the weekend at their sum mer home, which they are re pairing. •Mrs. Edwin Newman of Cro ton-on-the-Hudson was a Wed nesday night dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Funari and family. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ar nold Banker and sons for six weeks is Mrs. Banker’s nephew, Kasper Hofman, of Taphaeim, Germany. They are at the Peaceful Valley campsite at Shinhopple. William Funari attended the 1974 Ford introduction meeting in Catskill on Tuesday. California, where they attended the bar mitzvah of their great nephew, Lewis Cohen of Stam ford, Calif., and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walkover in Whittier, Calif. The UMW Circle 1 will hold its first meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 5, at the home of Mrs. Alan Harke at 1:30p.m. WEEK’S BEST Intensive Care QO( VASELINE LOTION 10 Oz. B o t t l e W Snowy Bleach FOR A CLEANER WASH Box Sariin Wrap “J;' EASIER TO START AND H A N D L E ^ ^ 33« / \ TOT MTf / \ lOT Mirr EASIER Toilet Tissue 2 roll pkg. SOFT VIEVE WHITE OR ASSTD. These are iust a sample of the many Best Buys you’ll find on our shelves . . . Man ufacturer's deals to Victory passed on to you. Get extra savings every week! Look for the big bright arrows on our shelves! Sucaryl Sweetner 6 OZ. BOTTLE Prime Choice £ STEAK SAUCE 10 Oz. 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Sonoloc Dry Milii Good at Victory I thru S e p t e m b e ^ ^ ^ J thru S ^ ^ e m b e r ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ With this coupon Realemon Lemon Juice 39( 32 oz. iar Good at Victory thru September 3, 1973 \1 I I I I f I FIRST CUT CHUCK Steaks $109 Cure 81 $919 FROZEN CHOPPED VEAL | LB. WHOLE OR HALF HAM LB. Cut-Up Fryers Bacon $139 Chuck $109 HORMEL WAFER SLICED | ' FRESH GROUND | LB. Meats^ggc Haras J729 FOOD CLUB PkO \ ^ \ ^ RATH CANNED C a ! r I LUNCHEON 4 Varieties \ Frtsh Meaty SPARE RIBS 99^ Food Club ALL MEAT FRANKS 99* 1 2 oz. pkg- I vnd WITH THIS COUPON | | vnd WITH THIS COUPON | i I 5 'OFF ! I I on purchase of 125 ft. roll | COfFeY I \ CUT-RJTE j 40« OFF on purchase of 4 oz. iar Master Blend Instant Good at Victory thru September 3, 1973 !i vnd With this coupon 60 STAMPS on purchase of 36 oz. can Top Choice Dog Food Good at Victory thru September 3, 1973 Wax Paper Good at Victory J thru September 3, 1973 I WITH THIS COUPON 18« OFF on purchase of three S oz. bars LIFEBUOY green & white Soap Good at Victory S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y A g r i c u l t u r a l a n d T e c h n i c a l C o l l e g e Delhi, New Vork Continuing Education COLLEGE CREDIT COURSES AFTON, SIDNEY, and HANCOCK 9125 Communications (English) 9202 College Algebra 9606 Intro, to Psychology ANDES, DAVENPORT, and GRAND GORGE 9125 Communica[tions (EngUsh) DELHI COLLEGE 2221 Intro, to Business 2622 Business Communications 2705 Basic Supervision 3924 Real Estate Economics 6101 Arts & Crafts Education 9631 Afro American History SUCO, ONEONTA 2120 Principals of Accounting I 2224 Labor Management Relations 2705 Basic Supervision 39!^:4 ^ Real Estate Economics 9 1 'H ' ^ . _9i05 --Crc^tiy#, W ^ ; 9128 . Intro, to Drama 9411 General Biology I 9660 Intro, to Psychology I 9632 Religions of Man Please write or caU before September 4: Cpntinuwg Education Division, Bush Hall, State University Agricultural and Technical CoUege, Delhi, NY 13753, 607-746-4151. for brochure and details. Dinner Given For Anniversary Andes, Aug. 30—Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bramley of Margaret- ville were guests of honor Friday evening at a family dinner at the Andes hotel in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. The dinner was given by their children, Robert of New Paltz, Richard and Freda of Margaret- ville. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Garland Gladstone, Sandi. Michael and Nancy Gladstone, of MargaretviHe, Mrs. Adolph Ruff and daughter, Gail, of Halcott- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gallup, Denise MacDonald, Valeri Trettner, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dzurissin and daughter. Sister Dorothy Dzurissin of Sidney, Mr. and. Mrs. Donald Bramley, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Krick and Mr. and Mrs. John Jakszewski of Andes. After the dinner the group went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jakszewski, where Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Eignor, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baessler, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn George, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reither, Mr. and Mrs. Willis VanKeuren Jr., Mr. and Mrs, Clifton O’Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Faoro and Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Rosales were assem bled. Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford of New Kingston and Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Ruff stopped by later in the evening. The couple was presented with several gifts and a money tree. SILVER HOLLOW w o o d w o r k i n g Custom Cabinets Furniture, Interiors Etc. Rt. 214 - Chichester, N. Y. Tel. 688-7137 Huge Savings on Back-to-School Clothes DRIVE A LITTLE, SAVE A LOT ROXBURY DISCOUNT CENTER store Hours: iVies.-Sat. 11-5, Fri. 12-8 MAIX STREET ROXBURY, N. Y. thru September 3. J September 3, 1973 J MORTGAGE PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES M A X I M U M Y I E L D - Y o u r e c e i v e monthly checks for interest at 7% per annum. MAXIMUM SAFETY-Your certifi- cate is backed by a seasoned first mortgage on prime property in this area. B u y a P a r t i c i p a t i o n C e r t i f i c a t e a n d o w n a p a r t o f y o u r c o m m u n i t y — a p o r t i o n o f o n e o f o u r o w n m o r t g a g e s . D E A K N A T I O N A L B A N K FLEISCHMANNS, N. Y. Phone 914 254-5252 MEaiBEB F.D.LC.