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DOLLAR STRETCHER TIPS SIMPLE, SINGLE MEALS When ground beef is on sale, I buy at least three pounds. I then make individual hamburger patties, put each one of them in a regular sandwich bag (not resealable), and then stack all of them on top of each other in a bread bag, cinch tightly, and secure with tab. This saves on space and keeps me from using expensive storage bags. It’s great to just take out one burger at a time. Since I live alone, I also freeze half a loaf of bread at a time and divide up hamburger buns, hotdog buns, English muffins, bagels (2-3 to a bag) and then use as needed. I save all of these bags to use again and again. Dorothy T.


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The family of Frank E. Harmon, Sr. , wishes to thank everyone who sent flowers, cards and food during the passing of our loved one. Special thanks to Pastor Clint Pearsall, also F.B.C. for the luncheon they put on. N orilynne, Frank Jr.& Pam and V irginia & Gerry Star Scholarship; American Legion Scholarship; Shinglehouse Volunteer Ambulance Association Scholarship; Shinglehouse Volunteer Fire Company Scholarship; The Norton Scholarship Trust Zachary Thomas Metcalf: Valedictorian; OVTA Award; American Legion Scholarship; Sharon Lodge #598 F & AM Scholarship; Joe Lundy Memorial Scholarship; F.L. and Alice Donovan Memorial Scholarship; Class of 1954 Award; The Norton Scholarship Trust; Sons of the American Legion Scholarship-Alternate; American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship-Alternate; Oswayo Valley Music Boosters Scholarship-Alternate; Shinglehouse Volunteer Ambulance Association Scholarship-Alternate-$50 cash award Alexander M. Miller: Sons of the American Legion Scholarship; Marguerite Holcomb Memorial Scholarship; Gas Field Specialists, Inc. Scholarship; Oswayo Valley Sports Boosters Scholarship-Alternate Grant Thomas Nolan: Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Physical Education-Sponsored by Oswayo Valley Support Staff; Potter County Trail Busters Inc. Snowmobile Club Scholarship; Chris Shall Scholarship; Twin Tier USBC Award; The Norton Scholarship Trust; Sharon Lodge #598 F & AM Scholarship-Alternate Logan Marie Olmstead: Oswayo Valley Support Staff Award Emily Lynn Paddison: Oswayo Valley Sports Boosters Scholarship Troy Alexander Pease: Perfect Attendance Award; Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Life Skills- Sponsored by Ladies Prayer Group Jayden Alexander Pire: American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship, Shinglehouse Senior Citizens Award; Irene Wellman Shelley Memorial Scholarship; The Norton Scholarship Trust; Sons of the American Legion Chaplain’s Scholarship-Alternate Jessica Lynn Stough: Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Journalism- Sponsored by Ebeling Bus Service; Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Foreign Language- Sponsored by Oswayo Valley Ministerium Megan Rose Unverdorben: Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Learning Support- Sponsored by OV Lanes f RED CROSS RESPONDS TO FIRE IN BOLIVAR Wellsville, NY - Members of the Southwestern NY American Red Cross Disaster Team responded to provide disaster relief following a fire that destroyed a home in Bolivar Tuesday evening. Disaster Team volunteers Bob Shook and Leah Vooys responded to provide initial disaster assistance for a family of two. Temporary housing, clothing, and meals are services typically offered to address emergency needs. The local Red Cross chapter will continue working with the families and their recovery process if additional services or referrals are necessary. All disaster assistance offered by the American Red Cross is complimentary and made possible by generous contributions from the American people and residents of Allegany County. The United Way of Allegany County also provides financial support to the local Red Cross mission. f RICHBURG-WIRT HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM 243 Main Street, Route 275, Richburg, NY. Open every Wednesday 10am-3pm or by appointment. Meetings are held the first Monday of every month, 7pm at the Museum March through November. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the museum at 585-928-WIRT (9478) or Melanie at 585-928-1249. E-mail: tfc




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TICK SPRING/SUMMER/FALL AWARENESS By: Colleen Cavagna, CCE Community Educator Spring is fast turning into summer and the temperatures are rising. Outdoor activities are increasing for people, pets and livestock. While having fun outdoors this summer stay safe from illness that can be spread by ticks. Ticks are an i n c r e a s i n g problem in the United States, worse in some areas than others, but still something to think about even in lower population areas. Ticks came to our attention in the late 1800’s when Rocky Mountain spotted fever in cattle was identified as caused by ticks transmitting protozoan to the cattle. The increasing prevalence of Lyme disease in the Northeast is said to be caused by our changing landscape. Tick populations were abundant in the 1700’s, but in the late 1800’s their numbers dropped dramatically with the clearing of land for agricultural purposes and the huge reductions in the deer population. Today, many of our farms are reverting to forested acres and our deer populations are almost unprecedented. Lyme disease got its name from the cluster of cases in Lyme, Connecticut in the 60s and 70s. Ticks are associated with many diseases such as Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Fever, and cattle Babesiosis to name a few. Of the approximately 80 species of ticks found in the United States, around 12 are considered of major public health and veterinary concern. The blacklegged tick (sometimes called the deer tick), American dog tick, and lone star tick are the most important medically for the Northeast. Bites from a tick can cause minor irritation up to complete paralysis in the case of some species. In livestock, they can cause weight loss, anemia and even death from loss of large quantities of blood in heavily infested areas. Ticks are not insects. They fall in the category of arthropods and are more closely related to mites, spiders and scorpions. Their food sources include mammals, reptiles, birds and even amphibians. Female ticks will lay a single batch of eggs and then die; egg masses can range from 1,000 to 18,000. Obligate blood-feeders, ticks require a host animal for food and reproduction. Most ticks have a three-host lifecycle; during each of these three active stages they feed on a different host. Yes, sometimes that host may be us! How do you know if you have ticks in your landscape? Sample your lawn! A “tick drag” may be used to determine if ticks are present. Drag a square yard of white flannel cloth

over the lawn and leaves and check for ticks. Do this several times before concluding there are few or no ticks. Tick drags will not work when the grass or vegetation is damp or wet. (Tick Management Handbook) What should you do if you find ticks? Know their habits and the habitats where they dwell. The blacklegged tick that is prevalent in New York State is found more in some areas than others: •densely wooded areas (67%) •ecotone (22%), (which is unmaintained transitional edge habitat between woodlands and open areas) •ornamental vegetation (9%) •lawn (2%). (Within the lawn, most of the ticks (82%) are located within 3 yards of the lawn perimeter particularly along woodlands, stonewalls, or ornamental plantings.) The lawn perimeter, brushy areas, groundcover vegetation and, most importantly, the woods form the high-risk tick zones. The idea for residential tick management is to create a tick managed area around your home that encompasses the portions of the yard that your family use most frequently. These include walkways, areas used for recreation, play, eating or entertainment, the mailbox, storage areas and gardens. Some actions from the Tick Management Handbook to consider in an integrated management approach include: •Keep grass mowed. •Remove leaf litter, brush and weeds at the edge of the lawn. •Restrict the use of groundcover, such as pachysandra in areas frequented by family and roaming pets. •Remove brush and leaves around stonewalls and wood piles. •Discourage rodent activity. Cleanup and seal stonewalls and small openings around the home. •Move firewood piles and bird feeders away from the house. •Manage pet activity; keep dogs and cats out of the woods to reduce ticks brought back into the home. •Either use plantings that do not attract deer, or exclude deer through various types of fencing. •Move children’s swing sets and sand boxes away from the woodland edge and place them on a wood chip or mulch type foundation. •Trim tree branches and shrubs around the lawn edge to let in more sunlight. •Adopt hardscape and xeriscape (dryer or less water demanding) landscaping techniques with gravel pathways and mulches. Create a 3-foot or wider wood chip, mulch, or gravel border between lawn and woods or stonewalls. •Consider creating areas with decking, tile and/or gravel, or use border or container plantings in areas which are by the house or are frequently traveled. •Widen woodland trails. •Consider a least-toxic pesticide application as a targeted barrier treatment. What should you do if you like to get out in nature to hike, walk your pet or just stroll in the woods? You can apply a tick repellent. DEET is the active ingredient in many tick repellents. No matter which one you choose, read and follow the label instructions carefully. In applying tick repellant, pay particular attention to the shoe tops, socks, and lower portion of pants. By modifying your landscape and including new procedures in your outdoor time, you can have a safe and tick-free summer. For info. about ticks, go to the Tick Management Handbook: documents/publications/bulletins/b1010.pdf fb

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SHINGLEHOUSE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Russell Horning Sunday School...........9:15am Morning Worship.....10:30am Wednesday Service: BYF (ages 9-12). . . .3:30pm Choir Practice.......6:15pm Bible Study & Prayer Meeting......7:30pm NOTE: Wheelchair, access ramp and nursery provided. HERITAGE AFLAME MINISTRIES 585-928-2648 ext. 2 198 Salt Rising Rd., Bolivar, Sunday Morning Services ..................10:00am at The Chapel, 647 S. Union St., Olean, NY Morning Services.....10:00am Sunday Night Chapel on the Hill. .6:00pm Wed. Prayer...............6:00pm at The Chapel. Wed. D2D...................6:30pm at The Ministry Center. FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Rte. 417, Little Genesee, NY Office: 585-928-1856 Pastor: Clint Pearsall Sunday School. . . . . .9:45am Children’s Church and Morning Worship. . . . .11am Wednesday Evening Teen Groups...............6:30pm Discovery Club Children’s Program & Prayer Mtg . 7pm MOPS first and third Tues. Sept.-June .......9:30am-Noon PORTVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 24 Temple St., 716-933-8164 Robert Cook - Interim Pastor 716-676-3274; 585-307-5428 Sunday Services: Sunday School. . . . . .9:45am Worship Hour......11:00am Afternoon Service. 1:00pm Wednesday: Youth Night: . .. . . . . . . . .(Grades 6-12) Adult Bible Study & Prayer. . . . . . . . . .7pm A Place for Everyone Nursery Care provided at all regular services. ST MARY’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 111 Wellsville St., Bolivar, NY 585-928-1024 Parish Administrator: Deacon Frank Pasquale Sacramental Priest: Fr. Sean DiMaria Sunday Mass.............8:00am Weekday Eucharist Mass Tues..........................11:30am Friday Mass.............12:30pm (followed by benediction) Reconciliation: First & Third Sunday.......................7:30am


HOUSE OF PRAYER South Bolivar Road Pastor: Roy Elliot Sunday Service..........1:30pm Everyone Welcome SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred Station, NY “A Baptist Church with a Difference” Pastor: Kenneth Chroniger 607-587-9176 Sabbath (Friday) Season of Prayer.....7:00pm Saturday: Chime Choir............9:00am Fellowship Time. . . . .9:30am Sabbath School. . . . . . .9:45am (Class for all ages) (Helping Hand Bible Study Guide avail.) Sabbath Worship. . . . .11:00am (Nursery for Preschool; Learner’s Worship for ages 5-12 available) Sanctuary Choir 2nd Sabbath..........12:20pm Dish to Pass Fellowship Meal. . .12:30pm Youth Fellowship 1st & 3rd Saturdays........... 7:00pm Junior Youth Fellowship 2nd Saturday..........3:00pm Tuesday Bible Study Fellowship.............10:00am

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STAR OF THE EAST #109, ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR Star of the East #109, Order of the Eastern Star will meet on Tuesday, June 10th at the Bolivar Masonic Hall, Main Street, Bolivar, NY. This will be the last meeting before summer break. Bring a dish to pass for a tureen dinner at 6:30 p.m. During our meeting, which begins at 7:30 p.m., a special program will honor all officers. Thank you for your continued support of our Bolivar Food Pantry and Bath VA collection boxes. 2/3f CHRIST CENTERED COUNSELING. A free service covering all areas of human need including mental, emotional and physical health; alcohol, nicotine and drug addiction; eating disorders; family, marital and other relationships; careers; finances; demon activity, cults and false religions. Call 607-387-5966 or write Box 488, Trumansburg, NY 14886. tf THE BOLIVAR LIONESS CLUB IS COLLECTING used hearing aids for the Finger Lakes Region Lion’s Hearing Foundation. The FLRLHF assists financially burdened hearing impaired persons in our area (and western NY). The used hearing aids’ salvage value normally offsets the cost of repairs. Please put your old hearing aids in a sealed plastic bag to prevent loss of small parts. A drop box is located at Steuben Trust Bank, Bolivar, NY or contact Lois Lounsberry, 585-928-1752 if you have a donation. tf


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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1108 Rte. 19 South at Yorks Corners Wellsville, NY 14895 Pastor: Vernon Dean 585-268-9826 Church: 585-593-5834 Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Classes for all ages Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Nursery Available Sun. Eve. Service.......6:00pm Wed.: Adult Prayer, Bible Study & Praise..........7:00pm

JUNE 10, 2014

Every year we have the graduating senior photos with sponsors around them and this year you can be part of that... You can purchase for a one time fee of $20 a 1 column x 1” box and say congratulations to your favorite senior. For Example:


Friends & Relatives of High School Seniors at BRCS & Portville Central Schools...



WEST CLARKSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 9003 Daggott Hollow West Clarksville, NY Rev. Les Chambers 585-209-8006 Early Service. . . . .8:30-9:30am Sunday School. 9:45-10:30am Morning Worship . . . .10:45am Wed. Prayer Service. . . . . . .7pm

Hours M - F 8:00 - 5:30 Sat 8:00 - 1:00 Evenings by appointment ®




Every Day!

Fish or Shrimp Fry Haddock or Shrimp, French Fries, Roll. Choose 1: Cottage Cheese, Baked Beans, Coleslaw, Applesauce.



6”, 12” & 24”

Large White Pizza $

Spaghetti Dinner

& Subs

Propane Tank Exchange


• Milkshakes • Smoothies • Cappacinos

Fax: 585-928-2760

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Child (2-12 years old):



Menu: Spaghetti & Meatballs, Tossed Salad, Italian Bread & Butter, Brownie Sundae and Beverage.

Open 24/7

.50 Off

Call in your order for pick-up or delivery!

4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Premiere Convenience Store of the Southern Tier •Restrooms Inside • ATM •Diesel •Kerosene

Steak Wrap $

June 25, 2014

500 Main St. Bolivar, NY 585-928-2379

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8.5 oz.

Contact Person: 585-928-2648, ext. 2 Pre-sale tickets available at: Solid Rock Community Center/ Treasure Chest

Diesel & Kerosene

We accept Comdata, Checks and Cards!

Proceeds to benefit Heritage AFlame Youth Group

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FILL-YOUR-GRILL MEAT RAFFLE PARTY Fri., June 13, 2014; 7:00pm Come and win Steaks, Sausage, Hot Dogs and More! Open to Fre e s! ent hm res the Public! Ref Eldred American Legion Post #887 Eldred, PA

Non-smoking environment!

for upcoming events.


247 Main St., Bolivar, NY • 585-928-5123

Come Play with us!!

Every Tuesday 5:00 - 9:00pm See ya there.



Open Sat. 11-5 & Sun. 12-6 Designated Drivers are always welcomed and receive FREE soda

Mahogany Ridge


Saturday, June 14th 9am to 5pm

At the Hinsdale Fire Hall, Hinsdale, NY

See local knifemakers & retailers with various forms of cutlery. Watch “Flint Knappers” turn stone to cutting tools. Knife sharpening will be available.

For additional information call: Ed, at Blade Village, 716-257-3046, 244-1374


devouring some delicious pork and dancing outdoors in the parking lot with the rocking sounds of Frakus!! 10% of the proceeds are being donated to The Scio Youth Soccer League.

Route 19, Scio, NY • 585-593-1069

(Children under 12 Free)


Motorcycle Dice Run, Pork Roast & Party Join us for a fun-filled day riding motorcycles,

Includes the entire days festivities

Cost of Admission $3.00


Sat., June 14-Sun., June 15

10am: Registration; Noon: Ride Leaves 5pm: Pig Roast Starts; 6-10pm: “Frakus” 10-2am: Free Music (DJ or Open Jukebox)



Drinks & Food Specials! There will be something every week!

$20: for one Rider, $35 for two

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Tuesday Night Is Bike Night At The Ridge

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76 W Main St., Allegany, NY

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JUNE 10, 2014

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Patronize your local restaurants...great food, personalized service and many daily specials.

Bolivar Open p Sign u ! ! W NO

Sat., June 14th

Public Welcome

Shotgun Start 10am

Bolivar St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church 200 Club SPRING FLING Sat., June 14th B Cash


$25 Ticket

includes: All Drawing, $1,000 top prize & chicken barbecue

Chicken Barbecue Only ~ Available for $10


Friendship Fire Hall 6 East Main Street

Open 7 Days a Week with Nightly Specials!!

The Bolivar Golf Club the n to Opepublic!

Rte. 417 West, Bolivar, NY • 585-928-1266 Open Thurs.-Mon. noon-7pm Open Sat. & Sun. noon to closing; Closed Tues. & Wed.

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Patronize your local restaurants...great food, personalized service and many daily specials.

Angelica, NY - Exit 31 Route I-86

Sun., July 13th - Sat., July 19th, 2014 ATTRACTIONS

Sunday, July 13: Vesper Service (no charge)...............7:30pm Monday, July 14: WNY Pro Farm Pullers.......................7:30pm Tuesday, July 15: Horse Pulls.......................1:00pm & 6:00pm Wednesday, July 16: Music Fest: Rustic Ramblers - Country, Crazy Talk-60’s & 70’s, Honky Tonk Sweethearts-Country, Tristen SmithCountry & Rock...................4:00pm-10:00pm

BOLIVAR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 80 Friendship St., Bolivar, NY 585-928-2224 Pastor: Vickie Hedlund Sun. School (all ages) 9:30am Sunday Worship.......11:15am COME, SHARE, REJOICE! Celebrate God’s Grace, Witness For Jesus Christ.

Thursday, July 17: Boys & Bulls Rodeo..................7:30pm

All Included with $10.00 Admission! Under 32 inches tall admitted free!

Friday, July 18: Vater’s Monster Trucks - Iron Warrior, Black Stallion, Storm Damage and Hurricane Force........................7:30pm Saturday, July 19: Demolition Derby......................4:00pm *Must be at least 32 inches tall to ride rides.*

APPLIANCE REPAIR - ALL APPLIANCE SERVICE. 716-3731553 or 716-676-3965. pb —————————————————————————————— 12 MATTRESS SETS ON SALE Queen pillow top sets from $388. “We guarantee lowest prices.” All sizes in stock. Howard’s Home Furnishings, Shinglehouse, Pa. 814-697-6241. 4/3c —————————————————————————————— GENESEE LIBRARY HOURS Hrs: Mon. 12-8pm; Thurs. 9am-5pm; Sat. 12-4pm.


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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 19 N. Main St., Portville, NY Rev. Marilyn Hale Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am GRACE BIBLE INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH 392 Coon Crossing Road Shinglehouse•814-697-7257 Pastor: Thomas Isaacson Sunday School...........9:30am Classes for all ages. Morning worship. . . . .10:45am includes nursery, children’s church and junior church. Evening Service.........7:00pm Mon. (Sept.-Apr.) JAM Clubs, for children in grades 1-6. Wed. (Sept.-Apr.)..........Grace Teens, for students in grades 7-12. Wed. Prayer Meeting .....7pm Nursery available for Sunday School, Sunday worship services and Wed. RIVERSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 3218 Riverside Dr. (Rte. 19 N), Wellsville, NY 14895 585-593-4431 Rev. John Francisco

BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) 79 Brooklyn Street Portville, NY Pastor Ivy Gauvin Sunday Worship. . . . . . . .9:00am Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:30am ALLENTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Vickie Hedlund Route 417 Sun. Morn. Worship. .9:30am Sunday School Classes, for all school-age children........... 10:00am Nursery care avail. infants-3 During church services 10am A warm welcome is extended to all to come and worship our Risen Lord with us! OBI COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor: David Cook 585-933-7205 Sunday Services: Sunday School. . . . . . . .9:00am Morning Worship . 10:30am Evening Service...........6pm Wed. Eve.: Adult Prayer and Bible Study..................7pm Jr. & Sr. High Youth. 6-8pm Nursery Care provided for all services. SHINGLEHOUSE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Lincoln & Church Sts., Shinglehouse, PA Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Sunday School...........9:30am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Wed. Bible Study..........10am Thurs. Choir Practice 7:00pm An Access ramp and nursery care provided. FRESH JOY MINISTRIES 201 East State Street, Olean, NY 14760 Pastor: Tyrone A. Hall 716-806-1077 Sunday Service........10:00am

Bolivar Storage Liberty St. Extension, Bolivar, NY Call Bob Ingalls: 585-928-2678

All recliners on SALE We Have Camouflage Recliners! Check out our stock and prices!

JUNE 10, 2014

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 419 Trapping Brook Road Wellsville, NY 14895 585-593-1637 620 West Sullivan Street Olean, NY 14760 716-372-0693 101 Front Ave. Salamanca, NY 14779 716-945-2421 Pastor: Bill McNeil Randolph Church Washington St., 14772 Phone 716-358-3681 Pastor: Bill McNeil Saturday Morning Worship & Sabbath School Call: Pastor Bill McNeil for times...........716-372-8133

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585-593-5507 SHINGLEHOUSE CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH 120 East Honeoye Street Pastor: James Haddon 814-697-6611 Church 814-817-5897 Pastor Sunday School...........9:45am Worship Hour...........11:00am Wed. Night Prayer.....7:00pm MYRTLE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 1127 Route 44 Shinglehouse, PA 814-697-7101 Pastor: Curt MacDonald Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Monday Evening Healing Service. . . . . .6:30pm Wed. Eve. Service. . . . . .6:30pm BELL RUN UNION CHURCH 904 Taylor Brook Road Pastor Chad Shaffer Shinglehouse•814-697-6972 Sunday School...........9:30am Morning Worship.....10:30am Sun. Eve. Service.......7:00pm Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Meeting......7:00pm FIRST SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH OF GENESEE 8265 Main Street Little Genesee 14754 Church: 585-928-1857 585-259-2989 Pastor: Kevin Palmiter Sabbath (Saturday)

Fellowship...............9:30am Sabbath School. . . . . . .9:45am Morning Praise & Worship ..................................10:45am Bible Study (Wednesday). . ....................................6:30pm First Sabbath of each month: Fellowship meal after Worship. RICHBURG FIRST DAY BAPTIST CHURCH 128 Main St., Box 242 Richburg, NY Pastor: Larry J. Allen Early Worship............9:00am Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Wednesday Prayer Mtg. .7pm Thursday LIFE Adventure Club for boys & girls in 1-6 grades. For more info. and spiritual counsel, phone 585928-2400. CERES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Worship Service.........9:30am Sunday School..........11:00am Choir, Wednesday......6:00pm Youth, Sunday...........6:00pm ANGLICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 29 South St. at Stone St., Cuba, NY Services as announced. BELIEVERS CHAPEL 2522 West Five Mile Rd., Allegany, NY•716-397-8016 Sunday Worship .................9:00am & 11:00am

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Sunday Services Sunday School for all ages.................9:45am Morning Worship Service Nursery provided......11:00am Children’s Church for children 5 yrs old - Grade 5 during morning message. Wednesday Family Night ............................7:00-8:30pm Royal Rangers for boys K Grade 12; Girls Ministries for boys ages 3-5 and girls ages 3 - Grade 12. Adult Bible Study. Saturday Night.......7-9:00pm Youth Group for ages 12-18.




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JUNE 10, 2014

Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of ‘14

Buchanan Brothers’ Pharmacy, Inc. 5 Convenient Main Street Locations Coudersport 274-8660

FREE FOR TEAR DOWN AND HAUL: Slate pool table. Call 814-697-7418 or 814-203-6262. fb —————————————————————————————— CAD. 1983 COUPE DEVILLE 41,000 miles. Best offer. 814-778-5443, leave message. 4/10pb —————————————————————————————— FOR SALE- Safe Step Walk In Tub, 28”x48”. Filled once. Paid $18,000. Sell for $8,000. 585-928-2426. 2/10pb FOR RENT OR SALE- 2 unit apartment house on 57 Grant St., Duke Center, Pa. No pets. No HUD. Call, ask for Ted, 814-2740479. 3/10pb YARD AND PAVILION SALE AT COUSINS in Prentisvale, between Eldred and Duke Center. June 12, 13 & 14; 8am-5pm. Five families, clothes, whirlpool tub, toilet, bikes, toys, lots of household and miscellaneous items. It’s huge! pb SEARS CRAFTSMAN 7 1/4” INDUSTRIAL circular saw, 13 amp, corded with case, $30. 814-596-8833. fb FOR SALE- 2001 SUZUKI BANDIT S 600cc, under 17,000 mi. Blue. 1991 Ford 150 4x4 with plow, 123,000 mi. Phone 814642-5181. 3/10pb

Over 90,000 Sq. Ft. In Stock & Ready for Immediate Delivery

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611 W. State St., Olean, NY 14760 Locally Owned & Operated Phone: 716-373-5391 Hrs: Mon.-Thurs. 9am-5:30pm; Fri. 9am-8pm; Sat. 10am-3pm

Same Name • Same Location • Same Owners “The bottom line is Always less at Carpet Express!”

CHESTNUT STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 314 Chestnut Street Port Allegany, PA Pastor Dale Post Phone: 814-545-1337 Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship.....11:00am Sunday Evening. . . . . . . .7:00pm Wednesday Evening. .7:00pm COUNTRY CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Indian Creek Rd., Eldred Pastor: Bruce Ireland 814-225-2235 Sunday Morning Worship.....10:30am Evening Worship.......6:00am Wednesday: Bible Study and Prayer........................7:00pm ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH West Main & Church Street Smethport, PA Rev. William S. Crittenden 814-887-5841 Sun. Morn. Holy Eucharist...................9:30am Thurs. Morn. Healing Service...10:00am CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Routes 59 & 219 Lewis Run, PA Pastor Randall Sherlin Phone: 814-362-9772 Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship.....11:00am Evening Service.........6:30pm Wed. Bible Study.......6:30pm Activities for teens and junior youth. Nursery provided as needed.

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Survey Offers Insight on Coping with Advanced Prostate Cancer (NAPSA)-There's hopeful news for the estimated 2.5 million American men who are currently living with prostate cancer.i Recent studies and analyses have demonstrated that men with advanced prostate cancer are now living longer than ever. While this is encouraging, managing the di-sease over a longer period of time may create physical and emotional burdens for both patients and their caregivers. A New National Survey A recent national survey of advanced prostate cancer patients and caregivers of men with advanced prostate canceriv sheds light on some of the needs, concerns and priorities related to coping with the disease. Astellas Pharma US, Inc. and Medivation, Inc. commissioned the Advanced Prostate Cancer Patient and Caregiver Burden of Illness Survey through the research firm Harris Interactive, and sponsored four leading cancer advocacy and education organizations to collaborate on the initiative: the Association of Oncology Social Work (AOSW), CancerCare(r), Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN), and Us TOO Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network. A total of 91 men age 60+ with

MONEYSAVER Shopping Guide & Shopping News P.O. Box I Bolivar, NY 14715 Proofs, cuts, negatives, art work or other copy submitted for publication is considered to be the property of the advertiser. Advertising is accepted with the understanding that all liability for copyright violations is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. The Moneysaver will make every effort to see that advertising is correctly printed. The publisher assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertisements, but will gladly reprint, without charge, that part of an advertisement in which an error may occur, provided a claim is made within 5 days of publication. The Moneysaver assumes absolutely NO responsibility whatsoever for any error in ads taken over the phone! Please write your ads so they can be read without questions.

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advanced prostate cancer and 100 caregivers of men with advanced prostate cancer completed the survey. Patient Concerns Patient respondents expressed concern around their ability to continue living their lives fully and about becoming a burden. Sixty-three percent of patients who participated in the survey said they are concerned or very concerned about their ability to continue participating in the activities they enjoy, and 59 percent express this same level of concern around becoming a burden to their family and friends. By comparison, 43 percent of patient respondents have the same level of concern about dying. Patients who participated in the survey also expressed loneliness and feelings of isolation. Fortyone percent of patient participants said they do not feel like people understand what they are going through in terms of managing and treating their prostate cancer, and 45 percent report they keep silent about their prostate cancer and treatments. Caregiver Concerns Caregivers who participated in the survey (wives, partners, daughters, sons, etc.) expressed a high degree of stress associated with their roles. Eighty-five percent reported that caring for some-one with prostate cancer creates stress/anxiety related to their patient's well-being, and 73 per-cent said there are days when they feel overwhelmed caring for someone with advanced prostate cancer. Interestingly, caregivers who participated in the survey are more concerned about helping their loved one cope with

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the physical and emotional effects of advanced disease than they are about their own physical or emotional health. "This survey provides valuable, quantitative information about the current experience of a group of patients and caregivers in the United States, and will help us better support them as they cope with the disease over a greater number of years," said Rosalie Canosa, program division director, CancerCare. Caregivers also expressed anxiety about their long-term caregiving responsibilities. The average care-giving duration reported by survey participants was nearly five years. Among the caregivers surveyed, 73 percent said they are concerned or very concerned about their ability to continue providing care over a long period of time. "These findings suggest that patients and caregivers could benefit from more comprehensive support and a forum in which to share their true feelings about the disease," said Canosa. "We encourage men with advanced prostate cancer and their caregivers to seek support to help them feel heard and understood." To access information about the services and resources available from CancerCare or for more information about The Advanced Prostate Cancer Patient and Caregiver Burden of Illness Survey, contact CancerCare. EASY: The easy way to find a buyer for items you want to sell is a reader ad in the Moneysaver Shopping Guide or Shopping News.

The World And Now The Moneysaver At Your Fingertips! See What’s New at... KEVIN GUEST HOUSE Located in Buffalo, NY, The Kevin Guest House was established as a memorial to Kevin Garvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Garvey of Sharon, Pa. Kevin lost his battle to cancer at the age of 13. The Kevin Guest House provides a temporary, safe refuge for patients and their families at a nominal fee, and extends its hospitality to families of patients who are receiving treatment at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo General Hospital, and other area hospitals. For over 35 years the Kevin Guest House has been welcoming guests, and provides an atmosphere of caring which helps families focus on their loved ones without the stress of finding temporary, affordable accomodations near local health care facilities and services. Kevin Guest House, 782 Ellicott St., Buffalo, NY 14203. Phone: 716-882-1818; Fax: 716-882-1291 or e-mail General tffb

Complete Immaculate Estate Auction Thursday Evening, June 12th 4:01 p.m. 115 North 21st Street, Olean, NY 14760

2383 WEST 5 MILE ROAD • ALLEGANY, NY 14706 Lic.#: AU-003527-L

REG. BLACK LIMOUSIN BULLS FOR SALE and lease. 716372-5059. $2,500 each (extra nice bulls). 2/10cb WASHER, $200. DRYER, $175. 30” Range, $175. Refrigerator, $225. Phone 716-676-3965 or 716-373-1553. pb —————————————————————————————— HEAVY DUTY SEAMLESS GUTTERS Only $199 for 30’ gutter installed!! Free downspout with every gutter!! Made onsite, colors available, leaf guards. 20 years experience. Cook’s in Bolivar, N.Y. 716-378-1352. tfcb —————————————————————————————— BUYING JUNK CARS AND SCRAP-Highest prices paid in the area. Pick up or delivered. Walt Miles, 814-642-7358; 814-5981844 (cell). tfcb CHECK OUT WWW.MONEYSAVERADVERTISING.COM Your Moneysaver, Your Community Connection online. 4/3fb P.O. Box 140, 8525 Rte. 417, Little Genesee, NY 14754 Ph: 585-928-2930 Cell: 585-610-0117 Fax: 585-928-1079 Toll Free: 1-800-392-2772


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Wellsville Balloon Rally and Main Street Festival Ad Promotion


Launch Date: July 8 & 15 Advertising Deadline: July 2 for Tues., July 8th; July 10 for Tues., July 15th

Who? VALLEY WORSHIP CENTER Rte. 446 Farmers Valley Smethport, PA Rev. David Eastman 814-887-5065 Sunday School...........9:30am Morning Worship.....10:30am Sunday Evening. . . . . . . .6:00pm Wed. Evening.............6:30pm SARTWELL CREEK UNION CHURCH Port Allegany RD 2 Port Allegany, PA Rev. LaVerne R. Howard, Pastor Worship Hour. .9:30-10:30am Sunday School. . . .10:30-11am Everyone Welcome GETHSEMANE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 205 Arnold Ave., Port Allegany, Pa. 16743 814-642-9261 Worship Service.......11:00am TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Fulton St., Smethport, Pa. 814-887-2563 Worship Service.........9:00am

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SAT., JUNE 14TH • 10:00AM • AT THE GALLERY 8525 Rte. 417 W, Little Genesee, NY 14754 A very nice clean estate from Olean with many surprises and some additions. Fantastic glass / oak curio case, Briton Grandfather Clock, Made in the USA, Large glass front China Hutch, great oak corner hutch, 2 Oak table chairs, microwave stand, recliner swivel rocker, nice couch, queen Hide-a-bed couch, 7’ three section Christmas tree, end stands, office chair, antique sewing stand, sewing machines, Mink Stole, two full bed sets with dressers, plant stand / marble top, coffee table, high chest old youth table with 2 chairs, bookshelves, metal wardrobe, antique China Cabinet and Oak highboy, nice 4 drawer file cabinets, golf bag cart, 1800 watt Sears generator, charbroil smoker like new, Snapper snow blower, Poulan gas trimmer, Weedeater gas trimmer, gas hedge trimmer, old cast iron wood / coal stove, lawn chairs, Rival roaster, large under the counter microwave and several antique chairs. NO BUYER PREMIUM! For Pictures and Information Auction ID #5891 Will Take You To Wedge Auctions For all your NY or PA real estate needs, call Wedge Realty: 585-928-2930. TERMS are cash, check, MasterCard, Visa (with proper ID). Tax exempt must be on file. AUCTIONEERS / APPRAISERS Keith Wedge AU003316E / John Wedge OPEN ARMS COMMUNITY CHURCH 105 Smith Street Port Allegany, PA Pastor Chris Stavish 814-368-8846 Service........................9:45am Second Service.........11:30pm DUKE CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 26 Oil Valley Rd. Duke Center, Pa Rev.: Gary Sheesley Church Phone: 814-966-3922 SUNDAY Sunday School...........8:45am Worship Service............10am Communion Sunday ............... 1st Sun. of month BIRCH GROVE MENNONITE CHURCH

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A number of things could have led the Governor of New York to declare Flag Day an annual observance of his state in 1897. It may have been the increasing problems with Spain or the writing of the Pledge of Allegiance by Francis Bellamy or the increasing concept of patriotism and love of country. Whatever the reason, the state of New York is credited with the first annual recognition of Flag Day. In 1912, President Taft finally standardized the proportions and design of the United States Flag by issuing two executive orders. They have been amended slightly with the addition of Alaska and Hawaii, but exist today to give flag manufacturers guidelines in producing flags of different sizes and standard design. National recognition of Flag Day received distinguished backing by President Wilson in 1916 and President Coolidge in 1927, but again it was a state which led the way to an annual observance. The state of Pennsylvania made Flag Day a legal holiday on May 7, 1937. In fact, it remains the only state to have Flag Day as a legal holiday. Flag Day was recognized in the Flag Code adopted by Congress in 1942 as a day on which all citizens should display the United States Flag, but it still did not get any official sanction as an annual observance or holiday status. Then finally, in 1949, President Truman called for a national observance. Congress followed this observance by passing an Act entitled “National Flag Day” on August 3, 1949 making it official. The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House Association located in Baltimore, Maryland was designated the official sponsor of National Flag Day for the United States in 1952. In 1980, this Association inaugurated a “Pause for the Pledge” program to be included in the annual observance. This concept suggests that Americans across the nation will recite the “Pledge of Allegiance” at the same time. The designated time for this event is 7:00 P.M. (EDT) on June 14. Observances of Flag Day continue to increase in popularity across the nation and include such activities as: picnics, parades, bands, speeches, naturalization ceremonies and, of course, the display of “Old Glory.” All of these activities are designed for one purpose, to recognize and honor the living symbol of our country, the red, white and blue of the Flag of the United States of America, a symbol which stands for freedom, democracy and justice for all.

DAILY FLAG DISPLAY No matter where we are in the United States, or for that matter, where we are in the world, the display of the Flag of the United States is an emotional reminder to all Americans of the freedoms we enjoy. The United States Flag Code suggests a number of times the display of the Flag is appropriate. Q: When is it proper to display the Flag of the United States? A: It is the universal custom to display the flag only from sunrise to sunset on buildings and on stationary flag staffs in the open. The flag should be displayed on all days, especially on New Year’s Day; Presidential Inauguration; Lincoln’s Birthday; Washington’s Birthday; Easter Sunday; Mother’s Day; Armed Forces Day; Memorial, (half-staff until noon); Flag Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Constitution Day; Columbus Day; Navy Day; Veterans Day; Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Day; and such other days as may be proclaimed by the President of the United States; the birthdays of States (date of admission); and on State holidays. Flags should be displayed on or near the main administration building of every public institution, in or near every polling place on election days and during schooldays, in or near every schoolhouse. Special encouragement is given to every citizen to display the flag on his or her property during these occasions and especially during the 21 day salute to Honor America from Flag Day through Independence Day.

NIGHT DISPLAY & WEATHER CONDITIONS For many years the display of the Flag during the hours of darkness and during inclement weather was not only prohibited by the Flag Code but discouraged as being disrespectful and irreverent. During periods of low national patriotic feelings, some businesses and patriotic organizations, in an attempt to promote patriotism, began to display the flag 24 hours a day while illuminating it at night. These patriotic displays gained popularity and led to one of the major changes in the Flag Code revisions of 1976. Q: May the Flag of the United States be displayed 24 hours a day and during inclement weather? A: Yes, Provisions of the Flag Code now provide that the Flag may be flown 24 hours a day, if properly illuminated. It may also be flown during inclement weather if an all-weather flag is used. Certainly in both of these instances common sense should dictate what is a proper and respectful display. Although the Code does not indicate what is meant by proper illumination, it makes sense to consider a light specifically placed to light the flag, or at least, sufficient light for the casual observer to recognize the flag. Likewise, it makes sense to consider the actual weather conditions before the flag is allowed to remain staffed during inclement weather, Nylon and most synthetic materials, however, are nonabsorbent and tough enough to withstand the occasional spring shower.

THE POINT OF HONOR In several places, the Flag Code indicates the flag is to be positioned on the Flag’s own right or to the marching right. This is called the honor position and can cause some confusion if not understood. Q: What is meant by the term “Flag’s own right”? A: This term most likely developed from warriors of ancient times, most soldiers carried their swords in the right hand. To the observer of an approaching soldier, the right hand was the point of danger, since it was most likely to hold the weapon. If the soldier approached with the right hand raised and empty, it was a sign of peace, thus it became known as the point of honor. For the Flag of the United States, the union (blue field or the flag itself is the honor point, therefore, the flag should be displayed with the union (blue field), or the flag itself, up and to the left of the observer. That is: if a flag is displayed flat against the wall, the union will be to the observer’s left; in a moving column, the flag will be on the right of the file as it moves forward (the marching right).

SOME FLAG DON’TS HALF-STAFF, FOR WHOM & FOR HOW LONG NOTHING ABOVE THE FLAG, EXCEPT... There is no one thing which symbolizes all that is good about America more than the United States Flag. It represents all the freedoms we enjoy and proclaims it to the world. In order for all to see, the flag should always be above all other things wherever it is displayed. By holding it high, we give it the respect and honor due the flag. Q: Is it permissible to fly another flag or pennant above the flag of the United States? A: No, with two exeptions. The code states: “No other flag or pennant should be placed above or, if on the same level, to the right of the flag of the United States of America, except during religious services conducted by naval chaplains at sea, when the religious pennant may be flown above the flag during services for the personnel of the Navy.” This developed from the naval custom of displaying the religious flag so that others in the fleet were aware that divine services were in progress. The ship was not to be disturbed, unless it was an emergency, while the pennant was displayed. The second exception to this section of the code provides for the flag of the United Nations to hold the position of superior prominence at the headquarters of the United Nations. By international law, the flags of nations are displayed at the same level, in time of peace.

The Flag Code also provides guidelines for the President in issuing proclamations to have the United State’s flag lowered to the half-staff position. Q: For whom and for what period of time is the flag to be half-staffed as a sign of national mourning? A: As provided in the Flag Code, the flag shall be half-staffed as follows; From the day of death and •for 30 days for President or a former President •for 10 days for Vice-president, the Chief Justice or a retired Chief Justice of the United States, the Speaker of the House of Representatives. •until interment for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, a Secretary of an executive or military department, a former Vice-president, the Governor of a State, territory, or jurisdiction. •on the day of death and the following day for a Member of Congress. The above shall apply unless proclamation by the President or a Governor indicates otherwise. Officials of cities, townships, businesses or organizations may use the flag or pennant of their city, business or organization in the same manner for the loss of an important figure from their city, business or organization, but it is inappropriate to lower the flag of the United States to half-staff without the consent of the President or a Governor.

The flag of the United States has endured over 200 years of strife, turmoil and success. Many have fought for the freedoms it represents and many have died in its defense. For that reason, it should be given respect in its display and use. Q: What are some of the things I shouldn’t do out of respect for the United States flag? A: The Flag Code provides a number of suggestions for ways in which the flag should not be used, they are: the flag should never •be dipped to any person or thing •be displayed with the union (blue field) down •touch anything below it •be carried flat or horizontally, but always aloft and free •be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery •be festooned, drawn back, nor up, in folds, but always allowed to fall free •fastened, displayed, used or stored in any manner which would permit it to be easily torn, soiled, or damaged in any way •be used as covering for the ceiling •have placed upon it, nor on any part of it, nor attached to it any mark, insignia, letter word, figure, design, picture, or drawing of any nature •ˆbe used as a receptacle for receiving, holding, carrying, or delivering anything •be used as a covering for a statue or monument This list is certainly not inclusive, but should lead the reader to better understand those things which may be considered a sign of disrespect.

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As another Flag Day approaches, letʼs take a close look at the history of our esteemed Stars and Stripes. On the eve of Flag Day, June 13, 1975, Congress recognized the special intent of honoring America by setting aside the 21-day period from Flag Day, June 14, to Independence Day, July 4th for public gatherings and similar events at which citizens can appropriately HONOR AMERICA. This time span, selected to correspond to the traditional 21-gun salute accorded to heads of state, was initiated by the American Historic and Cultural Society, Inc. Although the United States Flag has been around for over 200 years, the annual observance of Flag Day is less than 55 years old. In the forming of this country, Congress did not authorize a Flag until nearly a year after the Declaration of Independence was signed. Then, all it did was pass a simple statement on June 14, 1777 which was sandwiched into other legislation. It stated: “That the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes, alternately red and white, that the Union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.” This wording did displace a number of flags which were currently being used, but did not designate a standard design or size. A notable exception was the Bennington Flag with 7 white and 6 red stripes, where todayʼs flag contains 7 red and 6 white stripes. The star arrangement of the Bennington flag was also quite different from the flag of today. A Congressional act on January 13, 1794 amended the previous act only in the number of stripes and stars. With the admission of Vermont and Kentucky, the number of each became 15. Even though new states were being admitted to the Union, Congressional action did not again take place until April 4, 1818. This time Congress returned the number of states, which at this time was 20. From then on, as each state was admitted, a new star was to be placed in the Union on the next July 4th. The first observance in recognition of the Flag took place in Hartford, Connecticut in 1861 just prior to the Civil War in an effort to unify our forces. Obviously there was little impact, as the war continued to develop into one of the darkest moments of American History. The 100th anniversary of the designation of the United States Flag became the next recorded observance in honor of the Flag. But even this historically significant moment in 1877, did not produce an annual event.






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