Cumberland Evening Times 27 August 1966

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Cumberland Evening Times 27 August 1966 - Available squirrel, grouse, bear, r k e y and...
Available squirrel, grouse, bear, r k e y and trout and bass. are SS with meals. and Verdie Teets, Valley Farms, Lost Riv- Hardy County. They actu- own three farms consisting 3,000 acres, offering deer, squirrel, bear, turkey, and bass. Their guesls f a r m vacationers as as sportsmen. Green Valley Farms have be- a hunter's paradise. Last on the opening day of deer there was a total of 62 hunters registered as · Of the 62 guests, 43 on the properly of Farm Three.- At the season's 23 of the 43 had bagged a k _ far above the national Teets serves as guide for hunting guests and each places them at cross- points of the deer h e r d ' o n properly. At the close of the he even brings home the by jeep! this, for only SO a day with d d i t i o n a l information i s available from the Public Re- Division, West Virginia Department of N a t u r a l Resourc- Charleston, West Virginia Give your family a treat Take them out to dinner HILL TOP INN RT. 40 3 MUES EAST OF GRANTSVILLE A!! Expense Cruise To Mediterranean Witti tions, and with air express the way it is today, anyone, a n y - where can have an indoor bake. This calls for a copper boiler, into which are placed clams, mayonnaise to bring to a consistency. Split 30 giant bo shrimp and stuff with the dressing. Bake in a hot oven for about 15 minutes." Greeters Of Hawaii Is A Specialized Service By MUKRAY J. BI'.OVVN UPl Travel Editor HONOLULU (UPl) --When Peter Fithian came to Hawaii in the mid-1950s, he was a little disappointed. He had heard of the Aloha spirit of the islands in the Pacific for years. Bul no grass- skirted, swivel-hipped island beauty was on hand to welcome him--or the other passengers-* with the traditional lei, kiss and Aloha. The handsome 6-fool-3 Fi- thian shrugged it off then. Now he's glad he did--he's getting paid to kiss women. It was while working as an assistant manager at a hotel on Waikiki Beach that he became aware of how disillusioned some guests were because they had not been met on arrival by plane or ship either. "Those first few moments in Hawaii can bemagical," he said in a recent interview. "People all over the world have heard of the Islanders' Aloha spirit, the welcoming lei and kiss." So. he said, he decided in 1957 to do something about it. He resigned from the hotel and formed the Greeters of Hawaii, a specialized service to give visitors the full Aloha treat- ment they had come- to expect. Fithian noted that greeting friends and family with the garlands of flowers and kisses is an "authentic, well-practiced custom" here. "Bul." he said, "sometimes there is a problem--somebody can't make it to the airport or docks to meet them on arrival. "That's where we come in." Fithian guarantees that he or one of more of his Greeter Girls in typical Hawaiian dress will be on hand "to welcome or say boodbye to visiting firemen. friends, friends of friends and born in Massachusetts but is "really a Hawaiian at heart," estimates that he kisses about 5,000 aunts and other women all ages each year. The greeter Girls, in muumuus, do the honors for men, naturally. For as low as $10 per Fithian or Piilani, Mamo or Mahealani will present leis orchids or carnations, plant kiss on the cheer, and deliver your message of greeting. will also help with the and transportation. For VIPs and those you really want to impress, there the Royal Aloha service. For $25 per couple there are leis, color photographs, porter services and transportation or from any Waikiki beach private chauffeured limousine. Greelers also has a wide range of other services de- signed to make visitors feel they are wanted. They will deliver to home, hotel, plane ship corsages or baskets of flowers including the exotic bird of paradise, red ginger anthurium; pineapples and other tropical fruits, nuts, Polynesian delicacies, cham- pagne and liquors. For $6.50 for instance, is a woven coconut hat p a p a y a s , Chinese Kona coffee, Macadamia Hawaiian niu candy, raw crystals and a ready-to-eat precut pineapple. For your drinking friends, Fithian has what he calls Liquor Leis--seven miniature bottles strung as a necklace $8.00. For more permanent ries of Hawaii, Greeters make up an artistic arrange- ment of dried flowers and vegetation from the islands,

Clipped from Cumberland Evening Times27 Aug 1966, SatPage 12

Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland)27 Aug 1966, SatPage 12
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