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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, October 15, 1924, Image 7

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Hit r m o&EEinrooB o c to b e r 15.1924 gp> THEREENWICHOURNAL G J .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1924 LOCALS AND PERSONALS I? \A V T c j tt ■J*'' —Mrs. Arthur \Whelden spent Wed­ nesday with Mrs. Ralph Howland. — Morris Cooper is spending a fcv; days in New York city on business. — Mrs. P. J. Quinra and Mrs. R. J, Welch spent Thursday at Glens Falls. —Henry Potter returned home last Wednesday from a two weeks’ tpA in the White Mountains,- New Hamp­ shire. — Mr. and Mrs-. William Sevits of Schenectady spent the week-end witli her parents, Mt. and Mrs. Lewis Berk- man. ■—Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Sheldon, ac­ companied by Mr. Sheldon’s parents of Rupert, Vt., spent the week end -in Boston. —Mr. and Mrs. 'J. A. Wood a.nd daughter of Ticonderoga spent the week end with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. B, Mosher. — Mrs. Mary MilLett returned to Schenectady Monday after spending some time\with her sister, Mrs. Mar­ garet Wilson. — Miss Nora''Sullrwan of Sarato-pa -who has been spending tty; week with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch, has re­ turned home. — Mrs. Edward Wo-odworth, wlio has been visiting relatives in Troy and Hoosick F^lls for the past few weeks, has returned home. —Ray Haverley haa secured the services of Arthur G . Chase of Nau­ gatuck, Conn., as pluraiher. Mr. Chaso began work this week. —Mrs. Hugh Henley and daughter Katherine attended the wedding of Mrs. Henley's niece, Miss Jane Cor­ coran, at Hoosick Falls Sunday. —Arthur Gifford, Nellie Carrol, Harold Hobbie and Mary Paugh of Hudson spent Friday with Mr. Gif­ ford’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georjjc Gifford. —A postponed meettirag of the Y. IV. F. M. S. of the M. E. church will !>c held Monday evening-, October 20, al the home of Madeline Lockwood, Main street. — Mr. and Mrs. George Maynarc and Miss Lem Maynard of Glens Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Mead of Hudson Falhs were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Ba&er Sun­ day. —The Near East Relief will pre­ sent a moving picture- Sunday evening at 7:30 in the United Presbyterian church. This picture will show tho work as it is being carried forward through contributions of the Americ-an people. The public is invited to a t tend. —Mrs. Elmer Holbrook, district deputy of the Washington-W arren district, Order of Eastern Star, and Miss Marion Crandal:, matron of the local chapter of the oi’dcr, are in New York this week, attending th-e annual session of the grand chapter of the state of New ‘York. —Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hill of Eagle Bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Herary Murray motored to Hingham, Mass, Tecently to visit their son, Henry Mur­ ray, who is stationed at the Marine barracks. The party made the trip over the Mohawk Trail to North Ad­ ams, and also visited at Boston. —The fourth degre<c Knights of Co­ lumbus entertained members of St, Joseph’s parish and s-everal fTiends at a card party Monday evening. An en­ tertainment consi-stin g of instrumen­ tal and vocal selections was rendered and greatly enjoyed, after which re­ freshments were served. Door prizes for ladies and (tentlemen were given. —Tony Pellegrino, who was em­ ployed for five years ns foreman off # section gang on the Greenwich and Johnsonville road, ha.s been transfer­ red to a similar position on the Castle- ton. Vt., section of th<e P. and H. M t Pellegrino has removed with his fa m- ily from this village to Castleton. — Lieutenant and Mrs. Faul W. Car­ ter and three children, whr> have been making a short visit to Mr. Carter’s mother, Mrs. Jennie Carter, left yes­ terday to motor to Pensacola, Florida, •where Lieutenant Carter, who is con­ nected with tho naval air service, is to be j-tatiimed. For the past year or two he has been located at San Diego, California. —Jerry Coffey, who has be-en in the employ of 1. C. Blandy for twenty- five years, has resigned to accept a position with W. A. Wheeler, of the A. P. W. Paper comp any, Albany. He left lost week to begin his' duties, His family will continue to reside in Greenwich for the present. William Couser has been engaged to take liis place with Mr. Blandy. —The Catholic Daughters of Am eT- ica are planning an Old Folks’ \dance to be held on Hallowe’en night, Fri­ day, October 31. The dance will be held in St. Joseph’s hall, although the orchestra for the evening lias not jet been announced. Tlte Daughters are making extensive pre-parations for tfbe occasion, and nothing that can be pro­ vided for a fine time is being over­ looked. SEVEN Total. LIABILITIES Capital stock pAid in .............. ................. .............. ................................... Surplus fund................................ . ................. ............ Undivided profits ..... .................. . ........ ................... $34.349 74 .. . ................................ Reserved for interest and tajcea accrued _____ Js. 161 93 ....................... $42,611 67 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid ...................... 3,196 67 Circulating notes outstanding ___ ______ ___________ Cashier's checks outstanding: ________ Total o< Items 21. 22. 23. 24 and 26 ____ _____ _ ... ‘ 7.7. .7.’” ........ 2.597 62 Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days): Individual deposits subject to checlt __________ ____ _ _____________ Certificates of deposit due ia less than 80 days (other than for money borrowed). 7 State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge of assets of this bank or surety bond........... ................. ............ Total demand deposits (other than bank depositsi subject to Reserve $493,125 59 Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after -lays, or subject to 3D days or more notice, and postal savings): Other time deposits . .................... ............ Total of time deposits subject to Reserve ........ ................... $523,407 2B Liabilities other than those above stated --- —Mr. and Mrs. Earl Curtis and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Humphrey wera Albany visitors last week. —Dr. Landale Tucker, jr., and bride of Brooklyn Spent the week-end with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Wilcox. —Miss Cora McDonald, who has been spending several weeks with ber cousin, Mrs. Brain ard H. Tefft, Salem street, has retumed to her home in Boston. —Robert Lee and family of Car­ thage were week-eijd guests at their former home here. On their return home Monday Mr. Lee’s mother ac­ companied them for a visit. —Monday night Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Marion gave a dinner to all the me­ chanics who worTced on their new building recently completed. The building is two stories high and con- ] tains two flats of seven rooms each. | M r. Marion will occupy one flat and I will rent the other. Mason Wilson 1 had charge of the carpenter and ma­ son work; the Greenwich Hardware company the plumbing and steam heating, and John Bulger the electri- 1 ca.1 work. | —A t the annual meeting of Ashlar jFellowcraft club Monday evening of- jflc-ers were elected as follows: Presi­ dent, Howard McClellan; vice presi-j j dent, Theodore Powell; Bpfcrptjrv- . _ , , treasurer, Edwin J . Wilcox; members ' ” ^ g TQ PHYSICIANS. ' of board of governors, Gordon 0. : 1 Whitaker, J. W. Thomas, W. D. Hay- I The visiting and consulting staff ne-s, A. H. Wilcox;, Walter Cosgrove, [will be at the Mary McClellan h«s-, i The club made a vote to make arange- (pital, Cambridge, on the following intents to receive election retumes by I dates: i radio on election night and to keep j Dr. Wm. B. Coley, surgeon Sunday ! open house for Masons and their * evening, October 12, and Monday* i friends on that occasion. I morning, October l3. I i —William Wilson’s Overland tour- j Dr. Wm. L. Cuthbert, ear, nose ana * ing car caught fire and burned up throat— Sunday evening, October 12, j Panday night noar the John Carey an(l Monday morning, October 13. 1 farm east of this village. Mr. W ilson1 Dr. Chas. G. McMullen, surgeon— ;and Thomas McCann who was with ‘Visits by appointment. ! ' him had tt, make a hasty exit from the Pr- Benjamin S Barringer, genito- ; ., , . , , ., unnany surgeon—Visits by appoint­ ed r to avoid being scorched. Al- ment though there was little of value left Dr. H. C. Gordinier, Physician— of the car, some thieves thought it October 6, October 13, October 20, Oc- 1 worth while to atrip off what there , to^er _ ! REPORT OF THE CONDITION O F T h e F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k o f G r e e n w i c h , N o . 2 5 1 7 A t Greenwich, in,the State of New York, at the close of business Oct 10 1924 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts (except those shown on b aaid c) .............. .. .................................. Overdrafts.secured, none; unsecured $16507 ___ i ...................................... U. S. Government securities owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) ............................ 25,000 00 All other United States Government Secoritfes- ................... \ 109 203 96 Total............................................................ ........ ....................................... ' Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. Banking House, $5740; Furniture and Fixtures, $9,05b 98: .... ........ ................... Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .... , ......... .......................... .7 . Items^ with Federal Reserve Bank in process o f collec tion ................. 7 7 \ . 7 7 7 Cash in vault and amount due from national banks. Total of Items 9. 10.11,12 and 18............ ........ ......................................7.* .*100,816 78 Miscellaneous cash items ___ ______ ________ __________ _ ________ _ Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer ........ ........ ........................... 7 7.77 ..................... Other assets, if any....... ............... ................. . .................77........................ $336,946 82 165 07 134,203 96 544,784 33 14,798 98 4A141 57 10,652 39 90,164 39 1,274 83 1,250 00 b49 33 1.183,231 17 50.000 00 I 50.000 00 ; 39,315 00 24,600 00 2,597 62 425,808 33 34.317 26 3.000 00 528,407 28 1 185 68' A w a y F ro m H o m e ttiiHHiiiiimmmiiiuuiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiititiiiiitiiiHiiiuiiiiiiiiiitiiiitMitmiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitfmtiimiimmiiiiHmiiimiiiitiiiuiiinitiitntiitiaiti] Anything valuable, left in the home during your absence, is always subject to loss by fire or -theft. ^ This thought may worry you at a time when you should be free from care. A $1.50 box in our Safe Deposit Vault is large enough to protect many valuable papers and smal jewelry. Total.. 1,183,231 17 | State of New York, County of Washington, M: f I, E. J . Pratt, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state­ ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief E. J. Pratt, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me tkifl 15th da> *>f()ct 1924. HERBERT VAN KIRK, Notary Publio. Correct—Attest: JUDSON EDIE, THOS. J.ELDREDGE, JOHN C. SHERMAN. Directors. ths FIRST national ba — r’ ■ G R E E N W I C H . N . V . £ iS t i * J G R E E N W IC H G IF T S H O P A new line of Novelties for thi- Fall trade. Beads arid Bracelets a 'funalty. AI mi a fine seleitinn uf W in­ ter Hats from the Smith Mil- lint-ry Co., Washington St., Bo-ton. Special value* offered in -fund hand Cnats and Dress- e - . MRS. F. W. EDDY 80 Main Street Smoker’s PIP P o p u l a r Attention ES P r i c e s SEE POWELL’S WINDOW POWELL’S was before it was hauled to the Green- . ‘wich garage. They took the spare tire, which was practically uninjured. . headlights and pretty much every- ’ I thing else that was removable. j ! —William T. Lufkin of Salmon | '.Arm, British Columbia, has purchased i ■through Howard Cline, local repre-j . sentative of the Strout farm agency^. Star Theatre the Eli J . Brown farm in Jackson and ! will take possession of it next week.- *Mr. Lufkin motored here from British 1 Columbia, inspectimg many farms on i the way in search of a place to set- 1 tie. When he reached Washington I county he concluded that opportuni­ ties here looked good and the coun­ try suited him, so he closed a deal, j Mr. Cline has also sold Mrs. William Brown's place at East Greenwich t<> 'John J. Ryan and Helen L. Ryan of 'Jersey City, who will take possession ' at once. Greenwich, N. Y. The W eeks Program fONIGHT Wednesday, Oct. 15 Warner Bros. Feature and International News Mae Marsh in DADDIES DEATH RECORDS Thursday, Oct. 16 Renown Feature and Two-reel Comedy Elaine Hammerstein in DREAMS OF JEOPARDY James E. Norton i James E. Norton, sixty-nine years 'of age, a prominent Granville business ' man, died suddenly in that village last Thursday. Mi. Norton, who with , his brother, Eugene R. Norton, con-I ducted the firm of Norton Brothers. I slate manufacturers, was outdoors I tlie previous day. Prior to going into | I business, Mr. Norton was engaged in i . farming. Besides the brother men­ tioned, he is survived by two sons, George Norton, cashier of the Peo- ! pies bank at Poultmey, Vt., and Hiram Norton of Granville, and a daughter. I Mrs. Carrie Ayers, also of Granville. Resolutions of Respect. The following resolutions have been adopted by Ashlar Chapter. No. 147, Order of tii« Eastern P'ar. state of New York: Once more the angel of Death has 'visited our beloved order and taken from our midst a sister, Isabelle H. Tobin, a past worthy matron and a charter member of this chapter. Vhile we mourn our loss we bow in humble submission to the Heaven­ ly Father's will, realizing that our li»«= is her gain. The members of Ashlar chapter herehy record their Appreciation and esteem for tho noble qualities of lieart displayed by our departed sister. Truly we have !>«t a zealous pioneer. Therefore . lie it Resolved. That we extend to her daughter and family our sincere sympathy in their bereavement and trust that they may feel that Heaven lias been brought a little nearer to tliem and that another link ha= been forged in the chain that binds us trs the great hereafter. It is also Resolved, That these resolutions lie printed in The Greenwich Journal; that a copy be spread upon the minutes of our chapter and that another copy be sent to the bereaved family. EMMA L. HOLBROOK, MINNIE D. HOAG, MINNIE A. CARNOHAN, Committee. Friday, Oct 17 Bond Feature Rin-Tin-Tin The Wonder Dog in “FIND YOUR MAN” Also Single-reel Comedy Saturday, Oct. 18 Paramount Feature And Two-reel Sunshine Comedy Agnes Ayres in BLUFF First show evening 6 O’clock CA S H FOR EGGS Bring me your fancy white or brou n eggs and get the highest prices al 1 Fisher Street. Telephone 202-R W. A. NILES GREENWICH, N. Y. K E R O S E N E O IL | House to house deliyery- Your can filled at your door. LO U IS A . D IX S O N W e P a y C a s h for Fancy Hennery Eggs white or brown. GET OUR PRICES: Corner Drug and Jewelry Store '!* ' f y:r u i E. J . SK IFF GREENWICH. N Y. ■CLUETTS’ TROY Schenectady Albany Glens Falls E v e n in g s a r e get t in g lo n g e r -and cod­ er. The “indoor season” is here. Are you going to take advantage of itj? Going to fill that home of yours with music and good cheer? —are you going to get your Piano ? Come in. Somewhere in this fine Fall stock there’s a Piano that will just suit your’taste and pock- etbook—and you can take it on the convenient monthly payment plan if you want to. C L U E T T a n d S O N S The One Price Piano House * % Victrolas Vocalions Exclusive Steinway Representatives Monday and Tuesday Oct. 20 and 21 United Artists Feature Single Reel Comedy Edna Purveance in WOMAN OF PARIS Written and Directed by Charles Chaplin “No one hears the door that opens, When they pass beyond our call, Soft, as loosened leaves of roses. One by one our loyal ones fall.” —A dance will be held at Mrs. Har­ riet Lamphere’s on Wilson street, Fri­ day evening. The public is invited. ADVERTISEMENTS Too Late to Classify FOR SALE—Guernsey cow, fresh. T. B,. tested. Dr. Weaver.-. h - ■■- Wednesday, Oct. 22 Warner Brothers Feature and International News Wesley Barry in THE PRINTER’S DEVIL M I L L I N E R Y Mrs. J. G. Gavette Greenwich, N. Y. A fine s h o w in g of t h e late s t in N E W FA L L M IL L IN E R Y a t a m o d e r a t e p r ic e . Main Street | * I mjittiiuiittitintiaiii •rmiuittnninnmiJUtmimmuuiBUiuna The Head of this concern, in case of emergency, is perfectly willing to de­ liver your suit in person. That’s our idea of “service”—to give every man what he wants exactly when he wants it. 'iiiiim iiirjitnm iifaim n m n rnn (’■opyriglit Ilnrt Schaffner &AIan Hart Schaffner Marx m a k e th e k i n d o f S u i t s a n d O v e r c o a t s th a t represent w h a t w e c a l l service. Y o u w i l l see th e a d v a n t a g e afte r y o u h a v e w o r n these c lo t h e s a fe w m o n t h s . T h e S h o e s , H a t s , S h irts a n d o t h e r iu r n i s h i n g s w e carry a t e o f th e sa m e h i g h q u a l it y . U s e th i s store for a l l such ne e d s , c o n c e n t r a t e y o u r b u y in g ; Y o u ’ll increase th e p o w e r o f y o u r m o n e y a n d get service. THE M. SONN COMPANY % OUTFITTERS From Head to Foot for Man, Boy or Child GREENWICH and SCHUYLERVILLE, N. Y. SONN’S BLOCK -. iK.' -2 S- - • it >-‘v ; -:.r #7$ m

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