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Catskill Mountain news. (Margaretville, N.Y.) 1902-current, December 06, 1973, Image 7

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new s , Margaretville, N. Y. 'niurs., Dec. 6, 1973—Page Seven The Pine Hill News By Mrs. Helen Merwin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lloyd and son spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy at Dover Plains. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy v^rere weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd and son, Chucky. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Parisi and children of Staten Island spent Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Amadeo. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ulatow- ski of this village joined the Parisi family for Thanksgiv­ ing dinner at the Amadeo home and restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Lofrese have returned home after a two weeks trip to Italy. They toured the country on business, and did sightsee­ ing. While in Italy they celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Nov. 28. Mrs. Lowell Smith took her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balcom, to Sche­ nectady Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heiss and children returned to Endfield, Conn., on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Heiss returned from England on Saturday. They spent Sunday and Mon­ day with her mother, Mrs. Clara Myers, and family on Highmount. Mrs. Dora Immisch and Mrs. Tessie Cairo of Rosen- dale were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Ribstein. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Searle entertained at a family buffet dinner Tuesday evening to help their daughter, Kimber­ ly, celebrate her sixth birth­ day. Later in the evening cake and ice cream were served. Thirteen were pre­ sent. Mrs. Steve Brainnen and children of Hyde Park spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WUliam H. Cure. Mr. and Mrs. William Ennist and sons, Billy and Eddie, spent Friday evening vdth her sister, Mrs. William Dilg, and family at Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Benjamin and sons, Dan and Larry, of Mount Marion were Simday dinner guests of his sister, Mrs. Everett Goens, aAd family. Jacqueline Smith spent Fri­ day overnight with Sindy Schlosser and her parents, at , Phoenicia. Sindy came home with Jackie and spent until Sunday at the Smith home. Robert Graham of Dry Brook entertained at a family get-together at his home Tuesday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. William Cure and daughter, Rena, of this village, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller and daughter, Monique, of Shandaken, PFC and Mrs. Timothy Graham of Lanham, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Todd and Cecil Graham of Dry Brook. Mr. and Mrs. Guifford Jimmerson and son, Guifford Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis and daughter, Sharon, of Wayne, N. J., were last weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Merwin. Dr. Paul Tick shot an 8 -point buck while visiting his mother, Mrs. Robert Tick, for the Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. Tick came home Mon­ day after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Rae Pollack, at Brooklyn. A surprise baby shower was given Mrs. Ward Finch at the home of Mrs. Richard Prue at Clovesville Saturday evening. Games were played. After the gifts were opened, cake and ice cream were served. Attending from this village were Mrs. James Smith Jr. and daughter, June, Mrs. Stanley Benjamin, daughter, Ellen, and Mrs. ‘ Helen Merwin. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pine Hill Fire Department vvriii have its annual covered dish supper starting at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, in the former Methodist church. A Christmas entertainment wUl follow by the children of the local area. A tree will hold gifts which Santa will give out. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menvin, this viUage and TISO'S Italian and American HOME COOKING Tues. Special Cheese Pizza $1.75 Wednesday Spaghetti $1.75 Free Garlic Bread With Dinners BT. 212 MT. TREMPER, N. Y. 1 Mile from Rt. 28 688-7S11 - 679-9180 Thursday, Dec. 6 Lillian Wamsley of Shan­ daken, attended open house at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lutz, at Bloomville Sunday afternoon in honor of their 40th wedding anniver­ sary. Mrs. Lutz is the former Mary Thompson of this vil­ lage. Sunday evening Mr. and l^s. Merwin and Lillian were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Truesdell and sons at Andes. Gene Truesdell entered Margaretville hospital Mon­ day, and Tuesday underwnt a tonsillectomy. Hank Hahs of Brooklyn spent from Wednesday until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Willy Bach and family, v Drug Charges Made Phoenicia, Dec. 6 —Two teenagers were arrested about 11:30 p.m. Friday in Phoenicia on charges of possession of controlled drugs. They were released in their own custody for trial before Town Justice Richard Murphy on Jan. 8 . Their names were withheld because of their eligibility for youthful of­ fender status. Frankie A Candidate Phoenicia, Dec. 6 —Fred Frankie of Phoenicia has announced his candidacy for the five-year term of fire commissioner presently held by Vincent Somerville. The Phoenicia fire district elec­ tion is Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Phoenicia fire hall. K e lly ’s H o te l MAIN ST. MARGARETVILLE, N. Y. Italian - American Cuisine SATURDAY SPECIAL BAKED HAM Salad Bar - Potato - Vegetable - Dessert - Tea or Coffee $4iO- CLOSED WEDNESDAYS ISOLDE’S PLACE and INN Big Indian, N. Y., on Rt. 28 WILL BE CLOSED DEC. 6 TO DEC. 20 Reopen Friday, Dec. 21, 4 p.m. guests we cater your WELCOME PRIVATE PARTIES Reservations Recommended — Ph. 914 254-4345 Opin; Mow. thrp Srti 10 >.m. to 10:30 p.m. Surt. 11 «jn. to 10:30 pjn. KINGSTONEA T GARDEN FINEST CHINESE FOOD FAMOUS CANTONESE DISHES ORDERS TO TAKE OUT V VW W VUW W W W W W VW VW W W W W SA/VW VW W VW LOG CABIN RESTAURANT BAR & RESTAURANT ROUTE 80 ROXBURY, N. ¥. SPECIAL DECEMBER 8 Fried Chicken, french fries, salad, beverage..$1.75 WE NOW HAVE PIZZA AT ALL TIMES Plain $2.75 Mushroom, Sausage or Pepperoni $3.75 Combination $4.25 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peters, Props. Irving Tyler Jr., Chef D E m n IIQUOHGIOHE W IN E S S P IR ITS OPEN Mon.—Thui*. 9KX) AJSid. to 9:00 PJML Fri. and Sat. 9K)0 AJil. to 10:00 PM. 32E-77BG W T T E R . ^ DHVS REST2«3Rfl^ BREAKFAST - LUNCH DESSERTS 10 - 4:30 j Closed Wednesday and Thursday Dinner Friday and Saturday 6:30 - 10 p.m. 254-4487 MAIN STREET P I N E H I L L N E W M 9 R K DINING'S A DELIGHT AT THE N o r t h e r n L i g h t s S t e a k a n d S k i l l Fine food and drink in a friendly, relaxing atmosphere. Fun and Dancing Fri. & Sat. Nights with the BILL SACHER Trio Planning a wedding, birthday or anniversary party? We have 2 cozy rooms to suit your needs. O p e n daily a t n o o n —Breakfast fro m 8 a.m . W e e k e n d s - C l o s e d T u e s d a y S C A N D I N A V I A N V I L L A G E Route 28, Phoenicia • 688-2278 Home of the famous Scandinavian Ski & Sport Shop and Lapland Motel ROXBURY RUN RESTAURANT 4 MUes Off Route SO at Kelly Comers PHONE 607 326-7577 or 326-9593 OPEN FOR LUNCH and DINNER SWISS SPECIALTY AND AMERICAN CUISINE ________ CLOSED WEDNESDAYS Your Hosts, WALTER and JACQUEUNE KELX.ER ^ w v w w v w w w w w w w v w w v w w w w w w v w w u w v w w s / Ye (Nde M W ioiise R e staurant Lake Wawaka HalcottviUe, N. Y. Saturday Night, December 8 SQUARE DANCING COUNTRY MUSIC Gene Cronk and the Golden Star Dusters EariK Breakfast - ^‘Lunclr-s- Dtataers ' tf Good Food - Cocktail Lounge - Dancing: - Restaurant Plione 607 S26-7841 PHOENICIA THEATER Show Time 8 p.m. Plione 688-7863 or 688-9956 Friday and Saturday Decemlier 7-8 “Ssssssss” with Dirk Benedict Struther Martin CMning Friday and Saturday Dec^nber 14-15 “SHOWDOWN” MVUVVVVWWVWVVVVVWW1 B el A ir R estaurant (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) SATURDAY, DEC. 8 & 3 0 P . M . LIVE MUSIC BY VON & DEBBY ALL LEGAL BEVERAGES MAIN ST., FLEISCHMANNS, N. Y. EVERGREEN BfarKscetvUi^ N. Y. ANDES HOTEL & MOTOR INN ANDES, N. Y. OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON and DINNER PARTIES - WEDDING RECEPTIONS WHILE IT LASTS! DelMonico Steak Special - - - - $5.25 FRIDAYS — OUR SMORGASBORD with Many Hot and Cold Dishes to Please You SAtURDAY NIGHTS—The Fisher Bros. Band Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus SUNDAYS—Our Sunday Buffet. In Addition to Our Regular Mmu Special Children’s Prices Banquets Available at Reasonable Prices TEL. 914 676-9908 DJ's LOG CABIN Bar, Lounge and Restaurant RT. 28, SHANDAKEN, NEW YORK Tel. 688-9960 EVERY NIGHT ‘‘GaGO DANCERS” “Featuring Gay Dixon” FROM » TO 1 A3I. Every Saturday Night BY POPULAR DEMAND \CONTRABAND'' Your hosts: Rolf & Wally AUweUer LU N C H Served 11:30 Tm D IN N E R Served 5-9 Weekdays, Till 10 Weekends Closed Monday SPECIALS Every Weekend • Bt. ZU, Phoenicia Tom at Gordon Drags Galli Curci Theatre OPEN BOWLING Thursdagr—>2 to 5 pjn.; 7 pjn. to close. Friday—7 pjn. to close. Saturday—7 pjn. to close. ToMday-^ pjn. to dose. Wedneadagr—2 to 6 pjn. For Reservations Hume 5 8 6 ^ 2 7 AAAMAWWUWVWVWVVWW R e a p il^e H a rv e s t a t WEEKEM) DINNER SPECIALS Lobster or Shrimp Diabolo with T jnginiK* J I Boast Duckling with Orange Sauce Veal Parmesan with Spaghetti Roast Fresh Ham with Red Cabbage Stuffed Filet of Sole with Crabmeat Now Bo<ridng Banquets, Weddings, Businessmen’s Lundieons and Meetings For Reservations Phone 914 586-9844 or 586-4841 Rt. 30, Between Margaretville and Roxbury MARGARETVILLE, N. Y. Phone 686-281S Friday-Saturday, Dec. 7-8 2 Shows 7 and 9 p.m. ‘I COULD NEVER HAVE SEX WITH ANYONE WHO HAD SO UTTLE REGARD FOR MY HUSBAND” [B] 'O S l e d F S ' T K i o I r *

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