Document 61036

OSWEGO VALLEY NEWS
"The Paper That's Read from Cover to Cover"
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Prosset
Captain and Mrs. K. E. Farof LaPrairie, Canada have re ell of Westover Field, Mass.,
turned home after being guests vere recent guests of Mr.' and
of
Mr. and Mrs. Durwooc tfrs. R. Bymaster of 625 South
Burch of Clifford.
Sixth St.
THURSDAY. JULY 9, 1959
Mexico Theatre
M E X I C O ,
N.
V.
Thur Fri Sat July 9-10-11
DRIVE-IN THEATRE
JAMES "Maverick" GARNER . >i
EDMOND O'BRIEN
Wed - Sat. July 8-9-10-11
"TEMPEST"
with VAN HEFLIN
—also—
-plus- VICTOR MATURE -in-
"Jailhouse Rock"
Sun Mon. Tues July 12-13-14
JOHN WAYNE « DEAN
MARTIN « RICKY NELSON
HOWARD HAWKS'
IT'S A LUCKY NUMBER—
Beth Woodard was hosted at her first teen
age party on her 13th birthday. The celebration was held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodard, 96 Bakeman
St. Standing, left to right, Pat Laboda, Liz
RIO BRAVO
Southard, Kathy VanSanford, Alice Burchim
and Elaine Fabrizio. Front, left to right,
Nancy Himes, Beth, the guest of honor,~Sandy
Marohn and Berta Allen.
--Photo by Blandino
Personals
air-conditioned!
Starts FRIDAY!
JOHN
WILLIAM
WAYNEJOLDEN
JOHN FORD'S
JHUNDERING SPECTACLE!
WES
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Meade of
VIeadville, Penna., were recent
visitors in Fulton. While here
hey visited his mother, Mae
Bennett of Utica St. They were
also entertained at a family
dinner by Mrs. Elnora Coant.
Others attending the dinner
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coant
and children, Mr. Estus Coant
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Samson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McDermott of Hannibal St. with
,heir children picniked in Moravia the 4th of July.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McEachern of Town Line Road
with their children Holly and
indy, spent the 4th of July
at
Mexico
Point.
Martha
Wright went also as a guest
of the family.
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with ELVIS PRESLEY
Friday Nite—1 Hour Cartoons
Added Feature for Saturday:
"CHINA DOLL"
Sun.with
- Wed.
JulyMATURE
12-13-14-15
VICTOR
"Some Like It Hot"
with MARILYN MONROE
.—also—
TECHNICOLOR8 From WARNER BROS.
"Fort Massacre"
RNGIE mm<M • WflttlR BREHMUi
WARD BOND •JOHHRUSmi
Children
always Free
withunder
JOEL 12
McCREA
HILL SAYS:
THE BEST DEALS AVAILABLE
IN SYRACUSE ARE NOW
AVAILABLE INFULTON!!
Here's A Dandy At Whitehouse NOW!
SPECTACULAR HOME OUTFIT OFFER!
YOUR CHOICE OF
4 NEW 1 9 5 9 APPLIANCES INCLUDED
W|TH THIS BIG 44-PIECE COMPLETE HOUSE FULL OF FINE FURNITURE
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Mrs. Bertha McEwen, Palermo, is gaining nicely from
an operation on her legs for
varicose veins recently.
THE HORSE
SOLDIERS
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Continuous Performances
Sat. & Sun, from
RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL
Allan Button, son of Mrs.
Charles H. Button; of 903 Emery
St. who is stationed in Newport, Rhode Island spent July
4th with his mother. Allan is
in the Navy.
Mrs. Margaret Burch of Clifford entertained at a stork
shower in her home for Mrs.
Ruby Burch. There were 3C
guests present. The guest oi
honor was the recipient ol
many useful and lovely gifts.
FOR
SALE
East Side, near schools and churches, six
rooms and bath, gas heat, $7,000.00
Highland Street, three bedroom home, hardwood floors, gas heat, large lot and garage,
excellent condition. Price just reduced.
Eight rooms and bath, gas heat, East Side,
$9500. Terms. Immediate occupancy.
Excellent income property, six apartments,
five baths, steam-oil heat, three car garage,
$17,500
East Broadway, two family house, five rooms
and bath lower apartment, three and bath
upper, hot water heat, large garage, large
lot, price reasonable.
Overlooking the river, north of Fulton, eight
rooms, 1Y2 baths, oak floors, hot air heat,
garage, large lot, $16,500.
QUINN REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
48 S. First Street, Fulton
Ph. Ly 2-4315 or for appointment, Ph. LY 2-2082
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FULTON,N.Y.
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