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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, August 10, 1949, Image 2

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PAGE 2 THE GREENWICH JOURNAL gREENWICH, NEW YORK WEDNESDAY, 10, t$4^ Lyttle and DePalo Will Play for Championship In Handicap Tourney .Women Are on First Raumd of Their Tournament—-Dance at Club . • . : Friday Night. Christie Lyttle • and Pat DePalo have to battle it .out for the.eharapion- sfaip ‘title in the men’s handicap tourn­ ament at the Battenkill country dub. Lyttle dirf?ated Jim Baldwin to go in to the finals and DePalo Ajon’from IS ill l i t t l e in the semi-final round* The, President’s cup tournament will sooaf, begin for the. men at the club, to determine the best player, quali­ fying roundsh'aving Taeeii played last mojith. Japanese Beetle Continues Advance Up Hudson River Foun4 as Far North as Sara­ toga County—-DD!P Used for Control.. Each year the Japanese beetle is found ifi more places in. tSe-w York state, according to Dr. J. A . A d a i n s , entomologist a t the\ experiment sta­ tion at Geneva. Ten years ago it was limited largely to New Yorit c ity and nearby a « a s . Now the pest has covered Lon# I s ­ land, has moved westward into tie Delaware valley, and has invaded file Hudson valley as far north as- i>ai*ji- '.Inithe women’s handicap toumey, , . . . , there are still some matches to be ^5®? leasl 5G local cental's played in.- the first round. Of those <£ infestation are- knov^n to exist m who .have played, the results are as the central and western parts ©rf tlie iollffws; Jean defeated JeW» stattf. Lyttle, .Peggy Hand won from Gloria . offset the spread of the beetle Cjotti, Grace Van&ess from Jane mto, new a*eas is a notable dee we Tefft, Mary Jane McCarthy from Al- in* intensity of infestation in the ter- ma-Etoivin and Grace Garrett from Ol- ritory where it first became abundant. ive’Thiessen (This is thought to be due ta the cum- . ulative effect of control measures, iai- i eluding insecticides, widespread dis- -sbtould.he played this week, so th? semjna(;jon Qf the milky disease c» The cam £aiN 5 J«s \which attack the grabs, I the release of parasites. and cjn$rter-finals can rbe - begun, tournament is scheduled to be ple{|d % . August £7. j Markedly effective control of Jap There will be a dance at the club beetle has .been obtained from the use htaise-this Friday evening for members 0f DDT, says Doctor Adams. This is attd guests from 9 to, 1. ........................ .... County 4-H Members To Show at State Fair aimed at the adtilt beetle, and \when used at-the rate of 2 pounds of BO per cent wettable powder in 100 gal­ lons of water it will kill all the beetles hit by the spray and gives -protection to the foliage for two or three weeks. Washington -county will seek a t . Parathion, another new insecticide, shaTe of 'the New York state fair is also toxic to the Jap beetle, proii- awards.to young people at Syracuse,1 able more so than DtDT, but loses its September 5 to 10, according to effectiveness rapidly in the orchard. George Becker, county 4-H club The station scientists are seeking agent. ; spray materials that will control tbe residues. The mo«t potent natural control is drought in August, says Doctor Adams. Drought in August last year in the Hudson valley so greatly reduced th« new grub popu­ lation in 1948 tha t a light crop of beetles is Anticipated, in that region in 1949. ' South Caiinbridge *• • - ^ - M r i ' a n d J t r s ? R a y m o n d L u n f l a n d children Janice, Jftcne$ arid Anita, all' of Mt. Horeh, Wisconsin, were week­ end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ingart Isaksen of South Cambridge. —Guests at the 'Isaken home this week include Mr, and Mrs.' Alfred Sinking and Miv and Mrs. Ted Paniel- sen and daughters Edith, Elaine and Diana, all from Staten Island. The 4-H club exhibits, a stepping- stone on the road to national recog­ nition, will include from this area the best exhibits from th e . Washington J county jupior fair to be held on the f county fairw ay lot a t Fort Edward,’ September 1 and 2. J Mr. Becker says, “Plans for the Washington county junior fair are all set. It will be something every boy and girl will enjoy taking: part in, and something every adult should see. i beetle on peaches a t harvest time aad at the same time avoid objectionable North Greenwich —Mrs. Louise R-eid spent several day a t William.McGlay’s. —'Mr. and Mrs, Kalph MeClav and children were camping a t Lake Cos- sayuna last week. . —Miss Dorothy Skellie is spending a vacation with fter grandmother, Mrs. Regina Hutchens. —Russell Bafber is attending the International shop lawnagers school in Chicago for two weseks. —Mr. and Mrs. Percy Barber Tvent on. a trip recently through New (Hamp­ shire and up tc‘Montreal. . —'Mr* and Mrs,' David Reid and Charles attended thse sHewitt reunion picnic at tLauderale Sunday. —M r.. and Mrs, M a tt' P latley. of Brunswick were Saturday afternoon callers of Mr. and JMrs. Thomas 'lan ­ der. '' —The Bottskill grange team played a game of softball with the Gotham ball team-' Monday night and won, 1 to fi. * —Bottskill grange will hold its reg-1 ular' meeting Thursday night at th e ) grange hall. JuveniLe'grange will also . meet. | —Mi's. William Wadsworth and' Mrs. Ada Massa of ALbanv were S u n -! day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lauder. —Mrs. W. E. Bcclter and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Becker and daughter Judy visited relatives in Kinderhook and Hudson Sunday. —Mr. and M rs.. 0. M. Rowe and Allah went to Silver lake last week end and brought back. Mrs. Regina Hutchens home, ' <. Cleaning “ Days Before School! \f ' i - ° €et ReadlyxEarly andAvoid the - Last-Minute .Rush CROZIERS’ CLEANERS MODERN METHOD CLEANERS 135 Main St. Phone 7331 Greenwich, N. Y, Opp. Bahk Closed Wednesday Afternoons through August. - S E P T E M B E R * 8,6-7.8 « FUN AMD FROLIC Ol* THE MIDWAY EXHIBITS - CA3MVA1 CHIL E R E If ' S B'Jfc-Y 1 TTJES, SEPT. S HffRSESSMCfflE x ItBEWOBKS ■ MON* - -fWEik ‘ AFTER TH E S H O W ' A ^ T E ^ N d O N S : ' TUES. . WED, NITES\ BIG DANCE RETOE )SttGH§LY 5 F r e e A ct s E a c h D a y TH ® B E S T IN ENTERTAINMENT S h i m s T h e F amily B. -WARD BEAM'S •! Thursday Aft. attd Nigh* Only $*eta Something of Interest for , Young and Old Farm Bureau, Home Bu­ reau, 4-H, and Orange Exhibits. Admission Days Adulte-CSc Child--35e Tax. fact. * Nights Adults-50e Child-35e Historical Society To Mark Anniversary Marking the anniversary of the bat­ tle of \Bennington the Washington County Historical society will hold a picnic meeting at the Bennington bat­ tlefield park next Tuesday beginning at 2:30 in the afternoon. Miss Harriet Allen, historian of the town of White Creek, will be the host­ ess at the meeting, and all members and friends are invited to attend and take their supper. s\V 4 A 109 Main St. Greenwich, N. Y. All roads lead to Fowler’s, ^ Faiu ... and there will be big doings next week to be afinouiiced in the paper i L a K z K acim i As usual, Northern New York’s Leading Department Store is right in the Hub For fuli deiails, better keep^&M of thepapers. More ne>vs to come you’ll fee interested.! GLENS FALLS, NEW YORI( CLEARANCE FASHION APPAREL For Women, Misses & Children Drastic Reductions! Dr esses, Coats, Suits, Hats, Shorties, Play Clothes and Swim Suits No Merchandise is ever carried over at Merkel and Gelman . . . Therefore we slash paiees to clear oar Entire Stocks Quickly and Positively. . . all sales final. Ill* Buys a l o t more th i s year! Not Since Pre-War Days Have Far Val­ ues Been So Sreat It's years sine®- we liaT-e {seen able to «ff«r so much quality, style, and viUnfrfor your fur coat uionfjg/lSo don’t wait — see our new collection of fur coats—compare them for quality, design, -work­ manship, price—and you’ll see irhy we're famous For wise for buys. Muskrat—Last year’s Au­ gust Fnrs sale §150 to $495, mow $349 Canadian Beaver — Last year’s sale price, $1,400. now $850 Alaskan Seal; as low as $595 A-l Quality Monton lam b Coats, reg. $249— $159 to $195 Black Persian Lamb Coats as low a s $395 Caraeal Coals in a price range from $195 to $295 -All Prices are Tax Included The Glens Falls Tlte Home of Pedigreed Purs Glea m * * Glens Falls

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