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Chronicle-express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1926-current, February 06, 1991, Image 7

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Chamber— Continued from page 3 Commerce were not a part of the annual meeting, but will be con­ ducted at the Business After Hours, slated for Thursday, Feb, 21 from 5 to 7 p.m, at the American Legion Post Home, East Main Street, Penn Yan. Hosted by Beaumont & Stork Insurance of Penn Yan, the event will also fea­ ture a program on “Discover the The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., February 6,1991 - Page 7 jsher»y fbx, Tami Plumlee. Cindy Brown. Maureen Travis tKEUKA CUT & CUR l C. ,, » N € ^ U S GoWwell&Paul Mitchell 315-536-8321 I - FmM sJaS\ i M on.-FH.9toJ;S«.»toJ;Tue»vW e<l fcThui*. K iw a n is p r o g r a m Judi Gibbs, executive d ir e c to r of th e Yates C o u n ty C h a p ter of th e A m e rican Red discussed th e c h a p t e r s role in service to th e m e n and women in the Armed forces, d u ring a r e c e n t m e e ting of the P e n n Yan K iw a n is Club. The Red Cross does blood pressure s c r e e n ing and n a tu r a l d isaster relief, a s well a s th e m ilitary services. -Ilte Yates County C h a p ter office is located on Elm S tr e e t in Penn Yan. (Photo by J im M ood ) --------- — Scouts prepare for annual bowl-a-thon Future” f Barrington ? I Ella Knapp 243-7582 | Barrington Community Church services for the week are: Sunday School for all ages at 9:15 a.m.; regular morning worship a t 10:30; Pre-teen group (7-12 years) at 6 p.m.; regular evening service at 6:30; Wednesday prayer meeting at 7 p.m. and Wednesday choir practice at 8 p.m., both at Vanamans. A Valentine Banquet is set for Feb. 16. Sign up. We are getting a good group out for Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night at Vanamans. Please join Fnday, Jan. 25, Willie and Peggy Knapp were supper guests of Ella and Sherry Knapp. Next week, Nicholas Olney will be going to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Elmira to have his tonsils removed. He was scheduled to go, but he and Patrick Olney both “broke-out” with the chicken pox. Seth — “Do you know what might come to you soon?” Maybe not! Foot Specialist Dr. Robert Magiera, Podiatrist Call for an Appointment 315-536-3267 536-2387 or 716-394-0341 Tuesdays 11:30 am to 5:00 pm 1st Boor of the Arcade Building 146 Main Street, Penn Yan Room 4 E. JAY CHAMPLIN Insurance Agent E L W E L L IN S U R A N C E A G EN CY 15 N. Main St., Rushville, N.Y. 14544 P E N N YAN - 315-536-9876 RUSHVILLE - 716-554-4086 For a c o m p lete com p rehensive review o f y o u r insurance coverage. geneva — When the door bell \jngs at many homes in Ontario, ;Vgme, Seneca and Yates counties n next few days, it may be a jub Scout, Boy Scout or Explorer asking to be sponsored for the finger Lakes Council Bowl-A- •rion. , In recent years, the annual 'president’s Day extravaganza has become a major event in the four- \ounty (jeneva-based Council. '\bout half of the Council's nearly fl,000 members participate, as do !iearly all the bowling centers in ;jie Council area. The Cubs, •Jeouts and Explorers will ask •hends and neighbors to sponsor for a penny to a nickel per £jin. The proceeds go to the ‘Council, but a significant amount returned to units and individual members in the form of commis- sons and camperships. •The Bowl-A-Thon,” explains Chairman Fran Kuryla of Water­ loo, *is a fun event. It gives the idds a supervised activity on the : Feb. 18 lYesident’s Day. More im- ^piortantly, however, it helps them vfiay for summer camping ac- • dvitieson all levels.” Each Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout TVoop and Explorer Post ■ bas a choice of taking 20 percent >ftheir earnings as cash commis- flons or 25 percent as camper- diips. Camperships will be ap­ plied directly to unit members’ fees for Boy Scout summer camp gStthe Council’s Camp Babcock- \ Hovey. Cub Scout Packs have a choice outdoor experiences to which ‘hey can apply camperships. The Council operates five weeks of Cub Day Camp at key locations in the Council. There is also a week- long Webelos Resident Camp for older Cub Scouts and a three-day Cub Scout Resident Camp for I younger members. ®oy Scout Troops may choose tosh commissions if they are PWning an out-of-eouncil high sdventure activity such as an hdirondack canoe trip. Explorer osts may opt for cash to help bnance a super activity such as a togional or national conference on their specialty. ^ ®*>nperships are avail- ^le for members as well. Cub tocouts earning $150 or more will toceive a campership for a week of ub Scout Day Camp. Webelos Raising $200 or more vrill receive a tarnpership for a week of Webelos esident Camp and Boy Scouts aising $250 or more will receive a tampersbip for a week at Bab- • tock-Hovey. ■J Kuryla says the Council proceeds are deposited in an ac- t)Unt labeled “Board Designated - ' This account allows the xecutive Board to save Bowl-A- on proceeds for camp im- gb>''*t'*\ts yet have them avail- ® to meet any unexpected urgencies within the Council. oiTie adult scouters will also be .^tig sponsors among friends, cto? L and co-workers. Their t^hutions will count toward ij. commissions or camperships. y,ji?^ult raising the most money be treated to dinner-for-two at *roa restaurant. w ants to get into , game, according to Vice ‘\‘man Jim Henderson of designed especially for Executive Board members. Council and Dis­ trict committee members who cannot bowl on President’s Day, but still want to support the Bowl- A-Thon. Bowling-mania has become the Council’s biggest fund-raising event, according to Kuryla. Last year, the event grossed $75,000. This year, Kuryla’s goal is $ 100 , 000 . - PIANO TUNING BY APPOINTMENT - EDWARD CLUTE 4 ORCHARD AVE. WATKINS GLEN, NY 14691 PHONE 607-53S-2010 IL L M A N RESS Inc. 116 Seneca S t m t Penn Y u i, N. Y. 14S2? 116 Seneca Street Penn Yan, N X 14527 5 3 6 - 9 8 2 2 E s t . 1 9 6 0 • Stationery & Envelopes • Resumes • Business Forms • All Types of Brochures • Catalogs & Books PAPER FOR SALE Copy Paper (all sizes & colors) Computer Paper Final Clearance j on fill Winter Sweaters Prices Slashed All Fall & Winter Dresses ^ 40-50% off All Lingerie & Nightwear 0 ^ 50% off Winter & Fall ClothingW All Reduced 40-50% ® New Spring lieKhandise How Arriving OPEN Monday through Saturday • 9:30 am - 5 pm • Lake Street Plaza, Penn Yan • Gift Certificates --Free Gift Wrap • Lay Aways Welcome; Cash, Visa, MasterCard neva,. h, turday, Peb. *|^so a special adult bowling Bowl in Canandaigua. $25 ^ of $13 per person, thr scouters will enjoy raf*®. of bowling and ®Jshments. *\derson says this party is \ k) all adult scouters, but was MORGAN'S GROCERY TOO tfalnilton Street, Penn Yen. NY ■ 53W612 (formerly Depot Station Mall) OPEN 7 DfiYS fi WEEK Mon. • Sat. 8 -10; Sunday 8 - 9 ■ Sale Items in Effect Tues.. Feb. Sth thru Sun.. Feb. 10th ■ PLfiY NEW YORK STfiTE LOTTO HERE ■ _____________ U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless NY STRIP STEAK $ p 9 i r ib- U.S.D.A. Choice r i b - eye steak * 51 ? American H«ritag« B««f Scimmar Sausaga '1.89 lb. whok (3 lb. avg.) '1.99 lb. slicad Hilhhira Farms 9 oz. Summar Sausage 99<ea. TOBINS Store Sliced Bologna ................. ^2J9 lb. Bulk Texas Hob .... 1.99 lb. 64b. box Bulk Toxas Hob . . '10.89 box Round Hill Turkey Ham ............ '1.89 lb. Tobins Canadian Bacon . . . '2.99 lb. Storemude 1 /4 lb. HAMBURG PfliriES Q 8 9 1 0 4 9 W Sb.box I ^ lOlb.box U.S.D.A. C h o ice Top ROUND RORST U.S.D.A. C h o ice Boneless Top N a b is c o Teddy Bear G raham B earw iches vanilla, c h o c , & c in n a m o n 11 oz. . .... ......................... ................. *1.99 Eggo Waffles H o m esfyle frozen 11 o z . . . . . .j. v . ................................*1.39 KroH S h red d e d V e lveeto C h e e s e 8 o z . . .. .. .. .. .. ............. . . . . . • *1.79 Shufline M icrow a v e Popcorn reg ., butter fk c h e e s e 3 / 3 1 / 2 oz..........................................................999 Shuifine Pitted Smefl h ta r g e O lives 6 o z . ............ .. ............................. 999 ShurfineExtra Thick S q u e e z e C a ts u p 28 o z ............................................ 999 Shurfine Frozen a a n g e Ju ice 12 o z ............ .. ...... .. . . ; . . 799 Shurfine Butter 1 lb. q u a r t e r s ..................... .. .................. .. . *1.29 Shurfine M a rgarine 1 lb. q u a r t e r s ............ ............ ........... .. 3/* 1.00 Shurfine Florida G rapefruit J u ice natural r e g . & pink 46 o z ............. 999 Shurfine V e g e t a b le C o c k foB 4 6 o z . .......................... .. 999 Shurfine C h ick P e a s 15 o z . . ...................... .. .........................................3/»1.00 Shurfine Butter B eans 16 o z . . .... ............................. .. . . ...................... 3/»1.00 Shurfine French Boons. D iced Carrots, Sliced Carrots. Mixed V e g e tab les. Sliced Beets, C u t Beans. Wox Beans 16 o z . ------ - 3/*1.00 Shurfine W hite P o tatoes smaH w h o le & s liced 16 o z . ................ 3/»1.00 H(N> - 2^i30 c S m CkiMic. OI#t Cok*. Coff»ln« fn e DW S S f o i y T O l soda OMl. novon 2 llt« White Grapefruit. . 3/n.oo Red Grapefruit... . 3/n.oo Nectarines. ............ . 99C lb. Peaches .............. . 99C lb. Shurfine Bath Tissue 4 p a c k ................ ........................ Shurfine P a p e r Towels single r o ll................................ Shurfine Facial Tissue 175 c t ......................................... Vlassic Stuffed Spanish Olives 5 3/4 oz .................... Shurfine Peas, P e a s & C arrots, Corn. C ream Com, W hole Tom atoes 16 oz. c a n ............................— Shuifine Wild Bird S e e d 10 lb. b o g ........................... Shurfine Pow d e red Sugar 2 lb. b ^ ......................... Shurfine Brown S u g a r 2 lb. b a g .................................. Shurfine Shortening 3 lb........................ .. .. .. .. ............... Shurfine G a b a g e Bags 10 c t. 30 g d ........................ Shuifine Standord Foil 25 f t . ......... ................ — Shurfine lim a B eans 16 oz. . .. .................. .. ................. Shurfine C rushed Tom atoes 2 8 oz.............................. Shurfine Sait p lain & iodized 26 o z.............................. Shurfine N o n -Ddry C ream e r 11 oz............................ Shurfine C h o c o late Syrup S q u e e z e 24 o z . .............. Shurfine FruH Cocktail. P e a c h e s 4 Pears 16 o z .. . . Shurfine P ineapple Crush, Chunk 4 Sliced 20 o z . . Shurfine Pork n Beans 15 1/2 o z . ................................ 899 599 599 899 2/M.OO . . »2.49 . . . 999 ...9 9 9 .. ‘1.79 . . *1.29 ... 5 9 9 . . . 699 . . . 899 3/‘1.00 . . . 7 9 9 .. ‘1.19 . . . 6 9 9 . . . 7 7 9 3/*1.00 tipstatR HomogsnizRd Milk gallon '2.15 Millbrook Roman M«al Bread 1 lb. loaf *1.29 Millbrook Ught, White, Wheat & Italian Bread 16 oz. loaf '1.29 1 BISQOICK *1.39 -VALUABirCOUPONT:?* z'^CUP. ANP SAVreOUPON Under Cover BecHOSt. 12.6 ca. Goneral Mills Oatmeal| BUY 1 GET 1 FREE a«u a ^ T ico u B C w iw »<0PBNG famiy . o w .naM m 13 oz. All Purpose I Hills Brothers Coffee Save n.OO on 1 Con | 1 l> 7 5 V A lU A B lE 'C O U P p r r T T « ^ ^ » I B E 2 I ! u Q l l A l 9 i Three Staifred Shells In S ^ e w ith Italian B read ‘2.19 OID MILWAUKSE BEBi reg. * Bghi. kx>$» case 12 oz. cans + tax 4 dep. *8.79 Molson Golden, light * Beer loose cose 11 1/2 oz. gloss Ms. + tax 4 dep. ’12.99 Mlltraukee's Best Beer loose cose 12 oz. cans t tax ft dep. ■ *®-29 Coon • Beer. 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