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February 10, 1966

The Sun and the Erie County Independent from Hamburg, New York · Page 1

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II ft X7C0BLAUn aiASOUL FRCE MBUM.I 54 MAO I SON AVC 4 8 1 AS D 1 1 1' N . Y 142 19 nnn un "OFFICMl NEUSFAFER COUIITY OF ERIC' m VOL. 7, NO. 33 8 PAGES at Blasdell Songfest EMILY LEHMAN "THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1966 A1 Featured 1 L1 T Joan B., weary , mother of five notes, "that the Joys of mother-.. hood are what a woman experiences every day, when the kids . are finally in bed." Bev says "that what this country needsMs an alarm clock that rings when you're ready to- get up." ' Unkle Freddie says, "he "Just . cant understand his wife. Every night she puts cream all over her face, brush curlers In her hair, covers her eyes with eye- . - pads then says, "aren't you going 1 to kiss me good night?" i. V. fitor the past six months, has been trying out a new bour-' bon - flavored toothpaste, now he reports that he has 40 more - BLASDELL CUB SCOUTS COLLECT $78 FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN C. H. , i hear. Is an expert on everything, he can take anything you already know and make it sound confusing.. Jack R. was complaining that he Is feeling under the weather, Well take heart Jack, if you are' feeling better tomorrow you can be sure it was only a 24 hour virus. ' 1 . . Frank S., his workers, and the volunteers are to be commended . on the fine Job they did during . the past week Note to Weather Bureau,- ' Heyl Just got through plowing about six feet of "partly cloudy and snow flurries," next time give it to us straight please." 19, 1966. Cocktails will be served, at 7 P.M. with dinner and. dancing to follow. Set-ups and refreshments included. Tickets , are $5 per person and may be obtained by calling Doug Van Wagnen at NH 9-7140. w ' ' ' ' "" j i..-,.. i ! i v'' Orchestra At Kleinhans Each of the Pennsylvanlans who will demonstrate the magic , of music is a star performer in his own right and during the concert many will have the spotlight. Among the musicians and singers who will be featured are Leonard Kranendonk, Beth Mayer, Donna Dee Anderson, Poley McClintock, Bobby Day, Linda Wicker and Jim Wheeler. -r. Waring will Introduce some new Pennsylvanlans, as well Performing for the first time with the perennially popular agg- - 1 1 . regatlon. Tickets for this concert are available now at the Theatre Attractions Box Office, 674 Main Street (Wurlltzer Store) or phone TL 6-4180. G0LDEN AGERS BEET The Frontier Golden Age Club will hold a Pennysale on Thursday Evening, February 17th at 7:30 P.M. In the American Legion Hall, Lake Street, Blasdell, N.Y. Mrs. Fred Baler is chairman assisted by her committees. Mrs. Lois Weber Is In charge of Posters. Refreshments will be served. The public is Invited. THE CHORD - IUSTERS " The Blasdell Rotary Club's Second Annual Harmony Harvest will be presented by the Buffalo Chapter of the S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A. on Saturday evening, February 19th in the South Park Avenue Elementary School. The program is slated for 8:30 P.M. The funds derived from the evening's production will be used to purchase a 35mm. sound projector for the Blasdell Police Department. They in turn will make the projector available to worthwhile organizations in the village. Tickets for the program are available at the Blasdell Flower Shop, Blasdell Shoes, Gregoire's Atlantic Service, Forster's Pharmacy, all located in Blasdell. There will be an "After-Glow" at the Camelot Motor Inn, Blasdell at which there will be entertainment and refreshments. ' Six Cub Scouts of Pack 588, Den 4 and (heir Den Mother wish .to thank all the wonderful friends and neighbors of Blasdell for their contributions towards The Childrens Foundation Telethon. "We were able to collect $78.00 within the areas of Falrview. Grafton, Salisbury, Marlowe, Arthur, Tulfer and Martin Avenues.'-. Boys are left to right, David Tlchenor of 98 Madison Avenue, Robert 'Taylor, 89 Arthur Avenue, Kenneth Cline, 364 Salisbury, Robert Sojda, 170 Grafton Avenue, Timothy Colley, 354 Salisbury Avenue and Allen Wattle, 57 Bain Parkway. Den Mother, Mrs. Davis Fickelsher, 348 Grafton Avenue,. Fred Waring To Appear A summing up of the magical qualities of the outstanding music of our time will be the theme of : the new Fred Waring Show which Theatre Attractions is bringing to Kleinhans Music Hall at 8:30 on February 20. With Fred Waring as conductor, master of ceremonies and free-wheeling commentator, his 50 Pennsylvanlans will perform music chosen from a wealth of show tunes, classics, ... serrrt-classlcs, folk songs, anthems,' bits and hymns. HAKXURG FISECEN TO INSTALL OFFICERS V . The Third Annual . Hamburg Town Fire Council Installation of officers Banquet will be held at the Armor Fire Hall, Clark Street, on Saturday, February h 4. m 1 ' 1 -a 1 ' i