OSfrEGO VALLEY NEWS, T h u r s d a y , F e b r u a r y 1 6 ,
1956
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCaffrey
METHODIST BISHOP
PERFORMS LOCAL WEDDDTO are ill at their home on RochesThe Rev. Burham Waldo, pas- ter Street.
tor of the Bowens Corners and
Capt. and Mrs. Harold Drake
Granby Center Methodist Churches, and Miss Ann Wietreffe of and children of Fort Dix, N. J.,
Katenah, N. Y., were married on enjoyed last week-end with her
the afternoon of January 28th in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
the Bowens Corners Methodist Grant of the Baldwin Road.
Church. The Rev. Warren Waldo,
Mrs. John Messner, Mrs. Floyd
the 'bridegroom's father, was assisted toy (Bishop W. Earl Led- Dresser, Mrs. Carl Blaich and
den of Syracuse, and the Rev. Mrs. Ralph Dolbear attended a
Robert Jones of Waetrtown, su- Girl Scout 'Executive Council
perintendent of the Black River meeting- at Sandy Creek, TuesOntario district of the Northern j day morning.
New York Conference of the
Methodist church in performing
the ceremony. Mrs. Waldo is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Wiegraffe, Katonah. The Rev.
and Mrs. Waldo are making
their home in the parsonage at
Bowens Corners.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spaulding of E . River Road, N., had as
dinner guests, Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Denman of Brewerton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolever of Syracuse, and Mr. and
Mrs.
Sam Silbert of Auburn.
During the evening, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Loomis and family
of S. Fourth St. joined the group.
Thurs.-Fri.
ATTACKED
...by a creature
from hell!
HORRIFYING! TERRIFYING!
PLUS
West First Street, eight rooms and bath, hot water
heat, Recreation Room in basement, garage, good lot,
price reduced. Call for Appointment.
Eight rooms and bath, gas heat, large lot, two car
garage, West Side, good location, price reduced.
Two family house, five rooms and bath each apartment, South Seventh Street, $8500.
Excellent condition - two family house - one apartment
has five rooms, tile bath, modern kitchen; other apartment also on first floor, has three rooms and bath; oil
heat, good lot, two car garage, $15,000.
Small farm on Granby Center-Minetto Road, eight
room house, automatic oil heat, garage, henhouse, price
reduced.1
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Utica Street, two family house, five rooms and bath
each apartment, two car garage, $7000.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard
of the Baldwin Road entertained
the Couples Club of Mt. Pleasant
Methodist Church, Saturday evening. Those attending were Mrs.
Medora Denniston, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Becker, Mrs. Dora Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Keller,
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ives, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Gick, Mr. and Mrs.
George Rowlee, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Ives, Mr. and Mrs. Clair
Gigson, all of Mt. Pleasant, and
Capt. and Mrs. Harold Drake
and family of Fort Dix, N. J .
GENERAL|§|
ELECTRIC
APPLIANCES
Automatic Skillet
Thermostat control makes
frying, cooking easy. Just
dial temperature. No
smoking, sticking I
(Lid, $2.00* extra.)
$
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95*
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95*
Automatic Toaster
The most dependable
automatic toasting
mechanism ever developed.
Extra-high toast lift. Six
position control and
snao-out crumb tray.
DeLuxe Automatic
Coffee Maker
Makes two to nine cups
perfectly. No watching! No
timing! Selects strength— J
light signals you when
ready. Coffee stays hot.
Automatic
Coffee Maker
"s.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trimble
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Salstiury of Palermo were in Buffalo
last week. The men attended the
Association of Towns convention.
DR. S T E I N I T Z
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Fulton 2-2225
Feb.16-17 ,
South Sixth Street, eight rooms and bath, hot water,
gas heat, two car garage, $8900.
FULTON H. S. HONOR BOLL
Marian Arnold, Carolyn Bailey,
Judith Barnard, Rose Marie Barone, Carole Blake, Joyce Blake,
Edward Bo"k, James Bough, Roberta 'Bracket!, (Nancy Brown,
Mary Anne' Cali, Patricia Cardinali, Carol Chalone, Joan Coe,
Charles Colitre, Hcward Congdon,
Donald Cronk, Mary Ann DeMasi, Martha Donovan, Prances
Dziedzic, Kathleen Dyer, Donna
DcRoo, Bruce Edison, Jeanette
Fannin, Mary Fiumara, Susan
Frantz, Carolyn Foster, Sandra
Gillis, Sharon Goss, Gladys Grutter, Linda Halsey, Duane Hendricks, (Lewis Hendricks, John
I^owe, Brenda Hughes, Karen
Jc'hnson, Margaret Kavanagh,
Suzanne Keil, Ann Keiser, Bonnie Ketcham, Jack Ksyzstyniak,
Linda La!Plante, Charles LeRoy,
Edward Lindo, Elizafoeth Loveless, Lester McCracken, Irene
McGinnis, Thomas MdSweeney,
Gladys Maclntyre, Judy Mangano, Marlene Mabott, Kevin
Munphy, Joan Nucifora; Martha
Pfahl, Parker Phillips, Gail Porter, David Potter, Kathryn Rath,
Nancy Rath, Judith Rodger,
Kathryn 'Rondomanski, Suzanne
Rose, iLawrence Rossman, Carol
Roy, Kathleen Runeare, Duane
Sails, Mary Santoro, Marian Solowy, Vita Sorbello, Carolyn Sovie, Karen Steinitz, Karen Story,
Mary Sturgis, (Linda Sullivan,
Sharon Sutcliffe, Barbara Taylor,
, Frances Taylor, June Taylor,
Sandra Thompson, Warren Tilden, Madge Turner, Deanne Van
DeLinder, Anthony Vanucci.i Mary
fcnne Vanucci, Shirley VanSanford, Helaine Wallace, Kent Wallace, Nancy Wilcox, Doris Wilson.
Fulton
Emergency Doctor
This Week-end
CALL
Mrs. Glenn Foster of Granby
Center is spending a month with
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Foster, in
Maine. She is becoming acquainted with her new Rrandson,
Jeffrey Scott.
Mrs. Leo Green and son, !Leland, of Palermo-Mt. Pleasant
Rd. called on her [brother, Floyd
Barnes, and family, of East Palermo, Monday.
REAL ESTATE BUYS
RECEIVES DISTINGUISHED
MILITABY STUDENT AWARD
As a result of selection by a
Board of Officers of the Air
Force Training Staff at Syracuse
University, Cadet SLt. Col. Neil) R.
Welcher is to receive the Distinguished Military
Student
Award. This designation was
made because of his college
achievements, leadership potential, high moral character, and
positive attitude for military
service. The award enables Cadet
Welcher to compete for designation
as Distinguished Military
Graduate and to apply for a
regular commission in the United
States Air Force.
Lee
and Joy Okoniewski of
the W. River Rd., S., are visiting
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Friend Sikes of the Central •
Square Road, during the illness
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Okoniewski.
square yard
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A 9 x 10 COSTS ONLY $9.80
We sell the complete line of
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Makes three to nine cups.
No watching! No timing! $
You select strength—coffee
is kept hot until wanted.
95*
Automatic Grill and
Waffle Baker
It grills sandwiches, fries
bacon and eggs. Just flip
the reversible grids and it
turns out perfect waffles.
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