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Catskill Mountain news. (Margaretville, N.Y.) 1902-current, December 06, 1973, Image 12

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The Fleischmanns News By Frances M. Davis Mrs. Mabel Dawson is spending time at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Richard Terwilliger, and family at Bellport, L. I. Miss Sharon Solomon, graduate student at State University at Albany spent Thanksgiving with her father, David Solomon. Tom Kittle is a patient at Margaretville Memorial hos­ pital. Maj. and Mrs. James M. Davis and children. Jack and Jessica, returned to their home in Havelock, N. C. after spending 13 days hunting and visiting their families. Mrs. Arthur Kelly has returned home after under­ going surgery at Margaret- viUe Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. Stanley Kaltenbom Jr. of Albany and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Mayes, students at St. Lawrence university, were Thanksgiv­ ing holiday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mur­ ray Mayes. The United Methodist Women Circle 1, met at the home of Mrs. Charles Barrett Thursday, Dec. 6 on Wednesday. Christmas boxes for shut-ins were pre­ pared. Mrs. E. Tuey of Kingston was a holiday guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Todd and family, and returned home this weekend after spending 10 days with them. To Be On Tv Mrs. William Karp of Fleischmanns will appear on New York Channel 5 tele­ vision Thursday, Dec. 11 , between 11; 30 a.m. and 1p.m. on the Lee Leonard Midday Live show. Mrs. Karp makes “Glass Jug Gardens”, a form of terrarium, and has been the subject of several maga­ zine articles in the New York area. She has been working out of galleries in New York city, but expects to move her business to Fleischmanns after Jan. 1. Mrs. Edward Ballard and children of Jefferson spent the weekend with her brother- in-law and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harper Fairbaim. Miss Melanie Fairbaim, stu­ dent at Wilson Memorial school of nursing, and Miss Vivian Pasternak, student at State University at Bingham­ ton, were home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Harp­ er Fairbaim took them back to their respective schools on Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Ballard in Binghamton. Dr. and Mrs. William Cohen spent last week in New York city with their families, and on Sunday and Monday Dr. Cohen attended the dental convention held at the New York Hilton hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Craft and family of Middle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Craft and daughter of Monti- cello, spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Craft. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tomasino are spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Giannettino in Hol- landale, Fla. Mrs. Tomasino’s sister, Mrs. Giannettino, is recovering from recent Sur­ gery. Mrs. Harold Vermilyea is a patient at Cooperstown hospi­ tal for observation. Perfect Attendance Achieved AT NCOC Perfect attendance has been achieved during the. first quarter by students from the following schools attending the Northern Catskills oc­ cupational center at Grand Grorge: Charlotte Valley central— Aldo Benitez and Lois Mae Schulz; Gilboa-Conesville tjentral —Jeffrey Bailey, Sus£m Brazle, Dawn Buel, Jeanette Fancher, Heidi Maurer, Harry Post, Diane Potter, William Schaefer, Kathy Snyder, Kyle Snyder, Elaine Thorington, Holly Timm and Hazel Wells; Grand Gorge central—Robert Burroughs, Norman Madore, Deanna Ostrander and Chaiies Radloff; Hunter-Tannersvllle central—Da:vid Garvey, Jim­ my Jones, Ray McGinnis, Eleanora Osterhoudt, Harold Soule, Kevin VanValkenburgh and Paul VanValkenburgh; Jefferson central—Donna Lee Bennett, Kathleen Bond, Wil­ liam Cioccari, Frank Laub- meier, Michael Phelan and Dianna Purker; Margaret­ ville central—Dennis Bouton, Betsy Harrington, Ronald Jenkins, Richard Lane, Mike McAdams, Robert Taylor and Gaylon Todd; Roxbury central—Robert Slauson; Stamford central—Patricia Brown, Joe Grigoli, Lori Lee and Robert May; Wlndham- Ashland-Jewett central— phllip Gonzalez, Beverly Laterza, Debra Partridge and Ronald Vlnlng. Part of the training at the occupational center is to stress the importance of attendance at jobs students may hold after they leave school, and that jobholders with a record of excess absenteeism are the first to be let go by employers. The Mailbag Margaretville, N. Y. December 1 ,1973 To The News: Once again, the Community Christmas Project is getting under-way. it has been our purpose, in years past, to act as an umbrella organization for those groups in town desiring to remember the needy of the community in some tangible way at Christ­ mas time. Thus, efforts are not duplicated. Some people do not, for example, receive food baskets or toys from several groups. Candy is sent to service­ men. Elderly and shut-in persons receive polnsettas. Needy children receive gifts -needy families, food baskets. Pantry shelves are also s 6 nt.. We are working on something to do for \those children who are not so needy”, too. There are many ways for interested persons to take part! Checks or cash dona­ tions can be sent to the Project’s Treasurer, Mrs. Roses Wood, Margaretville. Canned goods and good used toys can be contributed. Places to leave these items will be announced in the newspaper. If anyone is interested in volunteering his or her time to sort and pack Page 12—NEWS, MM'garetvflie. N. Y. Thun., Dec. 6, 1973 food, to wrap toys, or to deliver baskets, please call Mrs. Linda Harter, 586-4567. We are always open to new ideas as to how the Project might make this time of the year happier for more people. There is always plenty to do. The co-operation Euid assistance of the community makes this very worth while project possible. Sincerely, Linda Harter Project Co-ordinator WWVVVVWVVWWVVVVVVWWVAAA/VVWWVVVVVVVW BiU Perkins TAXIDERMIST 30 Years Experience BIRDS - ANIMALS - FISH Delhi, N. Y. Phone 607-746-3205 FURNITURE and ANTIQUE A U C T I O N AT AIKENS’ BARN, HAMDEN, N. Y. Thursday Night, December 6 ________________ 7 P.M. ________________ _ Lots of Good FURNITURE and ANTIQUES TOOLS - APPLIANCES - LOTS MORE SALE BY AIKENS’ AUCTION SERVICE DHancey, N. Y.—Phone Delhi 607 738-2871 ROSE, HOLLY, IRIS ■A ll Y o u r F a v o rite H o lid a y Friends THE FLOWER SHOP — T e l a f l o r a D e l i v e r y S e r v ic e — Old Route 28 Fleischmanns, N. Y. Phone 254-5545 PLAV-FAMILV HOUSEBOAT A float o r a s h o r e . . . a p u t t- p u tt b o a t w ith play-fam ily fig u r e s , f u r n itu r e , b a r - b - q grill, s p e e d b o a t a n d life p r e s e r v e r s ! F o r a g e s 2-8. OPEN EVERY NIGHT ’TIL 9 NEXT TO A&P STORE Margaretville^s New 5 & 10 MARGARETVILLE HARDWARE. INC. MAIN ST. TEL. 586-4716 SPECIAL HOLIDAY GIFT SALE SAVE OUR F0RES1S; INVEST M AN '1NSTA-SNAK' CHRBTMASTREL Fully assembled, ready to trim, fire retardant, fade proof, Lifelike 7 ft. tree comes with tip-proof stand. (108) lAVItSM $29.99 aiEMITY OaUXE PUSHBUnON BROILER OVEN MAKES MEAU A SNAP. Dual appliance with heat element at top that broils and another element on the bottom thot bakes, all at the push of 0 button. Automatically controls temperatures up to 500 degrees. U.L. listed. ( 45 ) CHRBTMAS SALERICE P $27.95 BUFFET STYLE COOKING AT ITS BEST WffH SUN­ BEAM'S ELEaRIC FRY PAN. large family capacity. Cook o whole meol at one time and enjoy doing it. Heat control is removable for easy cleaning. Agreot family gift. U.L listed. (47) CHRBTMASSALEPRia $17.95 BLACK * DECKER POWER ROUTER % hp. with many features of more expensive routers. Accurate calibrated depths in 1/64 in. graduateions. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $84.9» BRIGHTEN YOUR HOME WITH TNIS REGENa DESIGN WEATHER STATION BY SPRINGFIELD. Shows temperature, barometric pressure, humidity. Has silver ond goW-etched drals mounted in a bMutifuily carved frame of hond rubbed walnut finish. (24) SAVI$4.00 $17.95 PUT SOME POWER INTO THOSE WOOD CUTTING CHORB WITH THIS BUa t DECKER 714“ CIRCUUR SAW. Cuts up to 2-inch kjmbm-. Has burnout-protected motor and bevd and depth adjuster for inaeosed versatility. U.L risted. ( 100 ) CHUSTMASSAUKKI. $17 J9 too A t La s t ! make SENSE' prices on quality FOODS! READY-TO-EAT SMOKED PICNIC /to tx u e e C A L I F O R N I A LEHUCE h e a d s 4 9 ^ F L O R I D A J U I C E nmZBIRIIHIHniDIITB R I V E R V A L L E Y Raspberries 7 7 ^ 1 6 - o z . p k g . A U N T J E M I M A ORANGES Country Waffles d o z . 5 9 ^ p k g . 4 9 ^ IVORY FLAKES ( R e g . S i z e ) 2 Pkss. 7 5 ^ C A M P B E L L ’S Tomato Soup 4 ' ”- “ 5 5 < ^ K R A F T Peanut Brittle 1 2 - o z . b o x 4 9 ^ P r i c e s G o o d T h r o u g h S a t u r d a y , D e c e m b e r 8 , 1 9 7 3 \The Country Store lUfitli Red Carpet Treatment\ L BUSSY & CO., INC. FREE DELIVERY MARGARETVILLE. N.Y. PHONE 586-2677 t...

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