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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1927-1969, October 08, 1959, Image 16

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Thursday, October 8, 1959 Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Section 2—Page 3 NOW! Another First from Hond! \ BREAD IN TOWN IN Of course, Bond Bread has always been made of the finest ingredients that can be bought. The flour, soft and fine, is a blend of specially selected strains of wheat and the milk is rich with good­ ness. And now Bond is wrapped in plastic to preserve its flavor and freshness as never before —right to the very last slice! Every time you take out a piece of bread you simply roll up the re-usable plastic wrapper and seal in Bond's good­ ness. So get Bond—the first bread in town to be plastic-wrapped. Bond Bread, first in quality since 1915. i • 1 st for Flavor and Freshness Bright Fall Colors At Letchworth Park The usual brilliant display of varied fall leaf hues is beginning early at \Western New York's fam­ ous Letchworth State Park and is attracting large numbers of vis­ itors. As different varieties of trees reach their peak color dis­ play at varying times, visitors to the park at any time during the month of October will be re­ warded by flaming colors on the canyon walls. Glen Iris Inn, within the park, will be open for lodgings and meals through November 1, and park camping cabins will be op­ en through October 26 for the convenience of park patrons. The restaurant at the Lower Falls will be open weekends through Octo ber Each year, the maximum daily attendance in the park occurs in October Last year, 84,000 visi tors came to the park in that month This is the ideal time for hiking along the winding gorge and on the quiet wood trails. Fish »™i Game WORLD by Mortimer Norton We have been asked by some readers to list the game laws so they may clip this information and carry it afield for conven lent, repeated reference- Last week we gave the open seasons and bag limits for scfuirrcls, ruff­ ed grouse, and woodcock—game that may now be shot—and now others will be considered Ducks . and Coots—In Upstate New York the season extends from Oct 16 through Dec 4, with a daily limit of 3 ducks and 3 coots, 6 of each in possession. Long Island, and that part of Westchester Co south of Hutch­ inson Parkway, Nov 14 through Dec 23, with limits of 4 ducks and 4 coots daily, 8 of each in possession NOTE. The dally bag may not include more than one canvas- back OR one redhead OR one ruddy duck AND one hooded merganser AND two wood ducks In addition, the daily bag of American and red breasted mer­ gansers (\sawbills\ or \fish ducks\) is 5 with 10 in posses­ sion, singly or in the aggregate of both kinds. Gunning hours opening day, 12 noon Eastern Standard Time to sunset; remaining days, sunrise to sunset. Geese and Brant—Upstate, Oct. 16-Dec 14, Long Island and West Chester Co. south of Hutchinson Parkway, Oct. 24-Dec 22. Limits (entire state) 2 geese daily, 4 in possession, brant, 6 daily and 6 in possession. Same gunning hours. Snow geese are protected. Wilson's Snipe—Upstate, Oct. 16-Nov 14, Long Island and West Chester south of Hutchinson Park way, Nov 14-Dec 13. Limits are 8 daily, 8 in possession. Shooting hours same as above. To shoot migratory waterfowl, gunners must have a Migratory Hunting Stamp, costing $3.00, ob tained at post offices. Sportsmen should note that gunning hours open at noon first day of the season, rather than one-half hour before sunrise as previously, and thereafter sun­ rise to sunset. Cock Pheasants—Oct. 26-Nov 14, with Sunday hunting pro­ hibited EXCEPT in Delaware, Greene, Orange, Rockland, Sul­ livan and Ulster Counties Limit, i per day, 8 for the season Hen. Pheasants—Oct 26-Nov 14, only in Clinton, Essex, Frank­ lin, Herkimer, Lewis, Montgom­ ery, St Lawrence. Schenectady, Schoharie Delaware. Sullivan Orange, Rockland. Putnam, and Westchesti r Counties No Sunday hunting EXCEPT in Delaware, Orange, Rockland, and Sullivan Counties Limit, 2 per day, 8 for the season NOTE In counties where both Ihc bag limit is 2 pheasants per sexes of pheasants may be shot, the bag limit is 2 pheasants per day, 8 for the soajpn, in the ag­ gregate-regardless of sex Cottontail Rabbits — Oct 20- Feb. 29, with 6 per day and no season limit EXCEPT 4 per day in Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Montgomery, Oneida, Os­ wego, St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Warren, Washington, Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Steu­ ben, and Yates Counties. Racoon Xby hunting)—Oct. 26- Feb. 29, with no bag limit. Hungarian Partridge—Oct. 29- Nov 14, only in the four counties of Clinton, Franklin, Jefferson, and St. Lawrence. No Sunday hunting. Quail—Nov. 1-15, only in Put­ nam and Westchester Counties. Four per day, 10 for the season. Varying Hare (Snowshoe Rab­ bit)—Three different seasons, as follows - Dec 2-Feb. 29, in counties of Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, Oswego, St Law­ rence, Saratoga, Warren, Wash­ ington, Delaware, Greene, Ot­ sego (south of the D & H rail­ road), Rensselaer, Schoharie, Sul­ livan, and Ulster Three per day, with no season limit. Dec 2-Jan. 31, in Cattaraugus County only, with one per day the bag limit. Jan 30-Feb. 29, east of Route 11, in both Cortland and Ononda­ ga Counties, in Chenango west of Route 12, and Madison. Bag lim­ it of one per day. CHILDREN'S SHOES are our Specialty *f Infant's - Child's - Teen's Bernliir »r Arch-tjpe* BOX «—OM. M . r. 17« W. Main 8t. C. D. HAUL, Prop. Farmerettes 4-H Club Elects Officers The Farmerettes 4-H Club of Punkshire .held its first fall meet­ ing at the home of Mrs Paul Cal- teaux September 19th. Projects for the coming year were discuss­ ed and the following officers elected- President, Patricia Calteaux, Vice President, Bonita Clinch, Secretary, Linda Day, Treasurer, Joann Clinch, News Reporter, Di­ ane Clinch. Following the meeting refresh­ ments were served by the club's leaders, Mrs Paul Calteaux and Mrs. Joseph Clinch Fall-harvested potatoes sell at lower-than-normal prices. They keep longer than earlier varieties because their greater maturity gives them tougher skin. ELECTROLUX Sales-Service-Supplies Martin Meyer 93 Lake St. Hamburg Phone EMercon 5582 JOHN DEERE Sales & Service N. A. PHILLIPPI Freedom, N. Y. Have Your ^ Oil Changed Now. Add miles of driving pleasure with regular lubri­ cation and oil changes. KENYON'S SERVICE STATION \We Give & Redeem S & H Green Stamps\ Chaffee. N. Y. Durwood Kenyon Phone Chaffee 7414 I Fisher Bros. Hardware, |nc. lava Village Phone GL7-9721 John Deere BARN EQUIPMENT SALES AND SERVICE Hot Point SALES AND SERVICE Heating and Plumbing General Hardware Used Farm Machinery BANKING Keeps The Community On-Thc-Go And On-Thc-Grow! Banking is basic to com- - m unity growth ... and in- dividual prosperity. This bank is proud to have been a part of both. And you may be sure that the same, sound conservative policies responsible for the continued growth of this bank shall keep US forging ahead to an even better tomorrow. 3% I N T E R E S T 3% Compounded Quarterly on Savings Accounts R do 1 . - <fte /is to ^ HMOUU Security BANK OF HOLLAND MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSUKANa CORPORATION / HOLLAND NEW YORK

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