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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, July 27, 1967, Image 3

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j- V.v, IK : ji I* \ I f , I If V I'----.- /* t-r% ■ ' ^ s i,,: •% «'! < t i t ■ V . -«i5 -- 5S2S3C « ( * J M P A M h 3 MRS. KEN-NEfll A. tf Correspondent Mrs. tloftiy i*->the Cambridge Representative of The Greenwich Jourdal and is iiuthweized. to acceptsubScriptions and advertise. mejxijlF, -v v Popular Pastime- F«Hli|t 3 oftball leagues a r e cornering th& Cambridge youth market' in th* earljr evening this summer. *art ofi the stim* mer recreation ( program, {h* leagues, including a, poWfr puff league, have-217 partici­ pants. : \ . ,/ The leagues are staggered : so that there is plenty of- action Mondiy through Friday. M<?st games begin at 6 p.m. Games are played on the school athletic -field. / ■ A separate ' Friday evening . program for third gc§de;> bfeys an# fourth- grade: gii|s gl^ls- them an ■ oppoitunitt - to com­ pete^ in soft ball against ;peo®lei their own size. « ’ In . addition lo the evening program, 80 youngesters attend a.% morning program at th e school. Angela Estramontej, aS- ; sisted by Betty Jordan” a li d Jackie Dicker run the;.program. Donald Pierce, Jerome Sardi and Carson Fuller, program din rector, supervise ■ the evening softball. The iriorning r grojffafflC3s\ fi combination of recreation. and arts and crafts, Children - five years old or older may partici­ pate. Thus far they have made pot holders, paper mache jewel­ ry, aiid painted. They hav.e played pingporig, battleball, dodgeball, and various other games. This program is still open to qualified youngsters. The softball league last Fri­ day exchanged a game, with, Greenwich. On.Friday, July 21r they played at Cambridge.. COIMO^TO CALIFORNIA Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Smith and family will lea-ve Ca m- twidge fop Irvin, Calif,, July 31. Mr» Smithy who has taught in t h e Cambridge central school for^foor yea/s, will teach junior highschool matlj and science in thai' Sa* Joaquin school district. Weddings OGDEftPETERS Miss , Ann Marie Peters and Kenneth Ogden were united in mairriage June 2.4 at 1 1 a.m, at the Center White Creek Bap­ tist church - hy the Re v. Nelson t b?y! 1 • ■ W ALTERD. XIWMIN/ B X A confltnJUIi Indiff*r- anca to italn/Ji4 * - r*rHiF. Ilf* wrlBua^tha m cdical. ’world fa*.-aotna > time. ' Malt* and fanwlat 'to*', flicttd by. this string* 1m- ^ niunltf which o4ttn isd ii\ ' covarad only byt'atejdMW, , t ' ' ; Littias ts. know about iis «aus«.‘ It It noh raiatad to $ t h f , NfJjitiVa: 'lack*'. of safion of th* imnfiHly , rt-r i t««W aiKt it*4ubi»ct» maV't > alto b* Sns«hiif£v»'fo I**!* \ arid sitw II. jfching ft ■ j, nuisanca oft«n fcayoftd .•x- * parlance*. Rahnily Iricldtnea* •» it the excatfioit rattiar than* .> the rule. In.aom«<juarWr** - Ieft*handednt4» hat - bMtV ^ m*nHon«d as -an aceonw • ; panimcnt' of this str»tt 0 »- affliction. ■ Com* to. thlnh. of .it, wa> make it a p«rf*efly paln^ ' (its- chor* tft1 hava -* serijpHdnt flrtid vrtwr* s#rv- fie * it quicic- an*!-4 .tbr«.: 3 Whan-,.you art- iniitrtd,*ft mt^ication. pr*»crlb*«L.£y^ your phyticiitt^ rtiy oti* KINmMS PHARMACY, 75| '-last' Main -:P9iMk*t< 67T-3B221 f6r fre» (klivafy, ; 9 PM l 8 to 1 Sundays. TODAY'S TCP—‘ Rub with* salt ilightly. tt|oi*ten*dJwithi • watar- to- ramev* astai«» from china. I The bride is the daughter of Mi?; and Mrs. George Peters of Eagle - Bridge. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. F; Asa Ogden of. Johnson vi lie. Civen in marriage by h e r father, Miss Peters wore an. A- line gown- of silk peau de soie ani Alecoa lace over taffeta, fashioned with seed pearls, an embroidered bodice, kabu ki sJeeves -and a detachable, vveat- l«au cathedral train. _,Mfitrott of honorT Mrs. Albert Baratto,> wore an empire A-line flo&r length nile green shan- teen with kabuki sleeves, bor­ dered . by. daisies, witli \a Dior bow head piece. T h e other attendants, Mrs. Theodore Collette. Jr., sister of tlie bride, and Mrs. Joan LeBar- r«n, wore similar goyas of imaize and carried bouquets of gladiola and daisies. Mrsr Helen Holden was or­ ganist. The church was decor­ ated ’ With' white peonies and r«d roses. ; Following the ceremony a reception for 6 6 guests was held at the Town House res­ taurant in Cambridge. Tlie mother of the bride re­ ceived in pink linen with white accessories and a corsage of pink: carnations. The mother of ttie bridegroom was attired in turquoise crepe and Lace with; white accessories and a corsage oi yellow carnations. : j Mjs. Ogden was graduabed from Cambridge central school amd State university at Altaray. Slie w a r be employed as li­ brarian in the Colonie central ^Sbol in Sejpfemhftt'.-: '' J ' ' !M t - Ogden, was graduated ■ from the Hocsic Valley ceaitral senool ia Schaghticoke and Is. alteaiding State university at Albany. ■ - Fo^ the -wedding trip tiie biide left' in a blue and white :liai«» dress with white acces­ sories. TJhc couple will reside in Al­ bany at 321 Hamilton Street; : Obituaries MRS. FRANKLIN J. HART Jtrs. Esther B. Hart died Fii-. day. July^ 21, at the Mary- Me- . Clellan hospital in Cambridge after a brief illness. She was born*. March: 26, 1904 in Plttts- biirgh, Pa., the daughter of t ie late Henry and Mamie Thorton Rauman. Private funeral serv­ ices were Held at the con- vierece: of the family at tlie Charles A. Ackley funeral home in Cambridge. She was a mem­ ber of the Womens auxiliary of the Mary McClellan hospital ard In-ftervice volunteer. Slie was a inenQbeir o f the first class of In- Sem c e volunteers in March, lS59l and was the first member to receive recognition pin for IBOO' hours of service. She was active in this work Up to tiie tfcme of hter final illness and al­ so assisted in the hospital auxil­ iary Gift shop. She is survived by her husband, Frafiklin J: Hart of Cambridge. Lloyd K GermalQ, a retired farmer and a resident of the Cambridge area for 19 years, died Saturday ai his . home.: Funeral service* wane hleld Tuesday at the Charlea A. Ack­ ley funeral home by this l|ev. Charles Anker, pastor of Di^ch Reformed church; of.Fort Miller. Mr. Germain was born in Fort Miller July 31,1865; son of Frank and Lottie VanAntwerp Germain. He was a meiaaber: of- Cambridge Valley grange, I>o- morHa grange, State *nd National grange and a former member of Bottskill grange in Gr^in- wich. Surviving are his wife, the former Lanita Holland-of Cam- bridge; four sons, Robert, of Cambridge; Owen' of; Stheriec- tady, Donald of Bed Hookf and Leonard of Springfield, ^t.; a daughter, Mrs. Pauline Markas of Wethersfield,' Conn.; three brothers, E 1 m e iS of Siuratoga Springs, Clifford :of .,‘Ei|HSg 6 , ,N, J., and Kenhe|J|\fc>f -Fi^t’ Sillbr; two. sistersv: :^ i | a ^ h Ho|£ land of •, Galilopnia v ai^l m £ Vlarion Brinkman o f ' Scptia; • 16 grandchildren. WIUIAM R. William F. Klare of Shushan died Sunday morning at his home. Funeral services ; were, con­ ducted Tuesday morning at the Shushan United Presbyterian church by Rev. Oliver J. War­ ren, pastor. Interment was ■ in Woodlands cemetery, Cam­ bridge. Mr, Klare was born December 3, 1917, in New York city, son 2* ,tl!® ~D^nna Maxwrii Is sjijsnding Prairie Klare. H ewas affiliated the weefe at the Hebrbndhurch ,JW-i P p . f, |# i i _ 1.4;^'fla n -v - I/i . ■■ RECEIVE LpGIQN > U . Six Dairymen Have Holsteins Tltol^Are Tested M ilk and butterfat production levels established by registered. Jjolstein cows in this section have been reported by Hoistein- ftriesian Association of Amer- icav They are: pounds days A 9 «< m ilk fat t « t Lee W, Ashton, Cambridge ,-•7 16,760 774 305 David K. Bain & Sons, Argyle 5 __________ 17,630 659 320 7 ______ 17,970 655 ,.5‘ 17,110 6 3 6 7 ___ 17,110 .604 Jack H. .McClenning, Fort ’ Edward ' 7 ____ 17,520 721 Laurence McNeil, Argyle i - I - . — 15,470 630 'William H. Mears, Fort Edward ; 6 ______ 16,790 653 319 Maurice Woodard, Salem 6 ........... 17,520 620 305 305 305 305 304 332 tired); Joiin, ^of^O^.'West*- S7t®' plac^, of* jnerif fr o j ^ c y p ^ ^ W ; ! ) * post cett«Bander;-‘ 4 t .wfe.'J&t:#',.'S-Sfe'Sk wife, , vatches jthe: pt|sse.%taii;oaKi dW; iOB? osotei-iwtSfe cited- for - eX^ep^OBaltopin|ptQroiES j conduct iii t&e performance dli 1 ^^ndb|g' service 'fironf' August. 1964.»until,his iretir^uieiitf-in E: July 186Si^, : '> ' V ’ ;v' , ■. • _ __ ^h®r;S«yi laiider^the .vision \aiid;later Jr. 15,.aa , ... . . . ftfi-.’Ste fathier.V.Gen.' jc^n B. brooks’, lives , iii v(f^nw ich. ^ :.V\' rst* ■ m ; with the Kirby-Smith associa­ tion, a church fund-raising or­ ganization at West Melford, camp-., •Mr; ahd Mrs. David McComb Conn.,. and was a professional philatelist. He wag a- member Pm^ at Ifcndge, Nf Jfc, Sundffiy, and former trustee of Shushan United Presbyterian church. Surviving are his wife, the. former Eleanor Ericksen; and one son, Matthew Klare, Shu­ shan. —Ray Scott’ ofvL*>®ai» is spending the week \ with /hi s: grandparents ( '-Mr.‘ and Mrs. Hia- vid McComb; ‘ >, —Sfiss Linda' Ketchum of' Cambridge was a guest at the homi» of • Mrt an<&\Sftis^ jHcSf McSulre oh^unaay* ., r . —Mr, .and -Mr§, >George ; Bas­ sett of' home- of their parentis, Mr. and |tfrs, WilM^: dur-^ ing the week end. . ' ‘ —Tlie-«n^a^<si^;.feai^sppn-. soi^diby- the Gehaeal ’jo ife lianas qhapter DAR. of :SaIem will be held a f the home of MrSi David JfeGiiire,: ScotoJrthlll ioad,i Pines Suffer From. Attack' BySawfliies: Five species of sawflies are uav.lxx Jui;vuuc a(UWBI|Jllinuu,. •common-defoliators-of pine trees ji^K 0fr;siiiifaav *A«tu« 5 b B, at VAvtr. 'rhiK i*vu»n uacKson- oaiuraay, Augusr ac in N 6 w Ybrk state^ lixvae.^ p ^ of these sawflies rese^le/MtKr- ). , _ T f i 6 :of ike, pillars and feed o» °?<:ubr! ^ i\v' tra timf Monda^ itv f '* ® .; at of the folujje is consumed. The sblel^ . ^ new® needles are noi' u 8 uaUy erage ^d' w^feelon .will be touched unless food is: scarce furnls!ied. Those pending may or it is late in the summer. I take the usual g A d isfe ' Dr. Howard C. Miller of the. Mr. and* Mr^.;',- Irwin*. G, accdniijahiedt ^r.- a md t V Z •t6‘'Sarat^'4^W u # d aNi*W *tt free booklet covers TO 0 S t^_the on MrS,.Florence._Oje^nei^rid: “ C1' ™r' * * ' \ usseli jMuner, and Miss Rtigemarie dJCpnaer.- important points on the'subject daughters of pine sawflies. V ‘ \ ’ V Dr. Miller notes that sawfly outbreaks are of short .duration^ in any one' locality; but there are exceptions where serious in­ festations have lasted a num­ ber of years. “Pine Sawflies” covers five most common species of saw- fly found in the state and lists the types, of pines preferred by each one. Pines commonly attacked are: red, white.'Scotch, pitch, Atrstriant Mugho, jack, lodgepole, loblolly, slash, Jap­ anese and Virginia. The adult sawfly resembles a wasp and emerges from a tough cocoon woven by th e ; larvae. These cocoons are niost com­ monly found iii the forest, litter, but do occur in trees. The fe­ male lays her egg? in slits cut in pine, needles ’by the sftw-like ovipositor—thus the na&e, saw- fly. . To get a copy of the leaflet containing-.recommendations .for coritrblling thfese pests',, send a postal card .to' the^ Ektfe^ioh; Department, College of Forest* ry, Syracuse,- N. Y. 13210. -V- F R E E D E L I S r W f ; P H O N E ,692-7400 O reeW ifeBb ■ mu . ^ f f f r i l i l m t i i t*W'[ H lb E ild P O K K C H O I’S mmffmmm 79c lb. Ground CKwck Bean Stewbteef 79c lb* a^G »ERS 37c lb; F l i i t Tin Bumble Bee 59e Attnour’s Star fal's^.Prke CANNED HAMS -89c- lb. v Smoked Boneless il-lb. Average 89c lb. * ' - r : ' B o l b g s s ' : *■. '■ Bis Mm mit-’W -\nftfiMfKiir • 79c lb< liw e irw n r a t -M m - It . : -^-Dick - McGuire; st^te,;'iartni bureau director, attended', a' meeting o f , 1 0 0 ileftderd stated at Stratford,- G 6 iin.i’ last Wednesday through, ifr* i dsjiy.' The meeting 'spoffisotedj^ iH^ farm bureau was a, study df ttte dairy industry.: A„ . -.»,i <'-{ —'Kevin-Baird-flew 1o Boston Sunday, to. spend; thew e ek with’ his brothers-in-law.' and sisters’,' Mr, and Mps. RalphjEitts^-ilast Gf'Mittwi'ieS aiid m t , ‘ and Baniel Durtim- of- families at a caiSp to.f'luift -is-? land* Newburyport,-MESs®. ^ • ■ —‘Douglas- Maxwell, youngest son* of DiytoiF sjtilf^red facials and, hwd.- iitjuriefe Satui^ and .Mrs; .Laiixon and children,* Peter j-Joanne and Tommy o«W er^ from'\ thfsv area attendii>iE: wrere Mr.; aii^Mrs.- Jf^nry RicH#t ards and^Mr. and Mfcs. Norma* Lampman and family. ,T . - ‘ « . ' * v* * ‘ ChOfch- Nota»’ XJifiitad PirJH*yt#rl»rtv Cihurtlfe Shv . . Oliver Warreii' Pastir) Sunday iseryice^v'\.; - . -v* 10,a.m. Sabbath;service. ; Because of a changr of plins for the communion service* at the Coila; churclt R&v., Warien will, preside there iwt. Sunday, M y 30 at which titiie P atu I Bartholomew will be- the gi*^t 'speaker, at. t l i i East Greenwich aaid Shushan churches.'; ' ---j ■ Margaret Murtibck circle will meet on, Th'iasdaat, £7,1 a.t 2 r p.ih. at the'hbme' of>Mrs. Jdhft •' > ■■: , Thfe, Vacation- Bitle’-schw l closed f>iday. with a. picnic for the school and' congregation f at; the cKuriih. There, were abput 106 jn attentlince.- There wfere S5 elirolled ibe the BiWe 'scMofe 'three:--dipaattfiaente* oJf p e 4 s)jTQiol gate; a §!ibrt;~p^esentp. tion, of .» the lesions- they sftadi lH:en taught, and ifiefw?)« t|<iy lead- done. After which, slides were' shoWnof :pievious-aff^jrs which- had«' taken place-at the church. , »■ '■ : ■jPF. EHzabethv@rifiat>'he 3 -was -fe* inoved ta Ihe- -^ ^ 4 ^cCiePaii hospital, foi^Usii^rtibserva-; \fibii. T^gBasai ^Aifirechfc' wto Was; tfae bicycle if * ■s.. Raymond 1 LatKO&.Wfei^^hdfloreii at a jpie-i riding With received so! \ Mr* an eret nii dialn'eE a|:; the t home otf Jber brother-iniam in* I sistetj a.il'4 'ilfii- ’ .^raHrae,:lHiHrteyi. at; North Bennington ;t 6 -, celebrate jtheir; 28th weBd^fahiiivergary; Thefe, We)fe 135:4 guests*, attend? •. ; LEGAL NCWfiGt; Notiipe- is hereby--given tM t License No. 40rA i#^1i^~ti|!eh issued to the uttdersigne' sell beer at retail unde: Alcoholic Beveragi ateMaiH^^ls^et^ Mitttue Tdwft of Greenw^lvW flsi] ton County, 'Hew. ,idr%£Eii premises con$ump>ii& ^ 5 1 Michael Riccjft. M« '•* ....., djfte^fc Mike^s'X5roefe^v^ ^ , Main -Streets“V'' ■ ;r/ .. -. 'Middlfe J F a U s ^ T ^ ' 7-20,2? • LiGAL NOTICE Hotiee is hereby, g^ven., that; beer iLicettse*- has, ,been - issued to, t lii' underf signed to sell beer;.' .at rietsil under the AlCdhS®' Contmli lAw at fereen'iSt. ind, Rt. #4, tPort ton County, sumptionr . - -p- - > B e t t y J r •' f . - G reenw ich;;^- 7-20.2t ’ ■ were .-recipients of a money LOSE. W U 6 H T ! . s*f tmailna vhan- yoii taka dur pr*duet>eiii*d\ SLl^. ODEX; ! « r«u . tnonay bacfc SLlMfODEX;' W a labiat aiid, Miiify^wailawad. No StjjTfln^no ip»clar-»’)(afciaa>,>» harmfoj 'druga.,. SL^IMOD£X co«t*. $3.\OO ind it tdfdi on »HK1* -‘if- rK.t »aH*fl#d '. k»t * tif\ ra*KW>i»J*tfT'<lh#fn'ih« u»io»f*>porilo«rt®' yaorilrtigsitt and Bat ypor- fulKrocMy .bait. SLIMOPPC ia.aoltr iby, .WUfe DliU6vs^6iRfe;^^nwtefe . JAlif; O rdvtl iMHad* 7 ANNUAL :';.V A C A i Q N i COMING! •' • ' > '* 7 ■ ^ We will close the weeM 4 - - ■ - ■ • A , ‘ 13 fop our annual vacation^ Please anticipate jjotir d^anitlg^ needs. „ laafc^ Graanwlehi A t# Ydui*-' tfditlMs Bacomins)to t«.U s! —Mr. and jMrs? Allan O, Rowe ofrIl.p.i 1, S(AuyleifViile arp. tb& parents of a daughter, Amie Susan', borh Thiufsday, July '20, iat: -O^t-Ftalls: hospital. Mrs. ite* i f , the- fo*iner- Hollis tt»p-., - _ ;• Uantakt by, Ar^polntmaAtr ~ CLOSED SATURDAY ~ l>urIrt» JULY and AUGUST EDM U N D W : C O ^ IE - OPTOMETRIST 3? S. CotHiraif Si1. ' Tr«y ^ . AS 2r3iail . Chinese gold rush workers gathered' jade at the diggins and shipped it to. China, leav­ ing the gold to the Americans. Friction matches were made in 1827. first TopQualily 196& FURY 4-Dr. Automatic Transmission -Radio - Very, Glean Jfrfr ^ tileage KCKER'S . Homa of Chrytlir Sine* 1923 Op«n' P#iday Evening - CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH VALIANT Miln * Si. ■ 692^2576 Graanwtch Oui; Own, Hbme Grown j . Fresh-Pljdced. Daily. String Beans G E E L A N 'S ROADSIDE MARKET TO SPQNSOR c o t o i t wt ^ spEcim ^ A television special ofi. boating, sim ilar to the National Safe Drivers Test, w ill be spon­ sored on area T V tonight by a local insurance agency. ( ’ The Jeroihe E . W right* Ino. Agencies, Cam­ bridge and'S&iexn, N. Y ., a re one of six insurance agencies who have joined forces in sponsoring the half-hour priine-tiine special. The full-color • program, like thfr drivers- tests, shows 20 sitn- atiotiisr leadii^f to- an accident^ and then asks r the inifewer. w hat action he would take. Jerome W right, president o f the Jerome E . ‘V&ight) inc. Ag^ncifes, said this was the first -J -tff hi»;NlQwledgf that a group o f insurance sponsor such a l!V ’ D^bgyami -T 4 Entitled “ W B a ti Now, Captain?” the spc- d a l w ill be a ired-July 27- between 9 and 9:30 TiM* on . Channel 13,, W A ST-TV. W rig h t said special interest io v ip e r s in thjLs area because o f the large number of boaters and other water enthusiasts. W rig h t reports? that boating accident sta­ tistic^ , as wiell as enjoyment, provide a reason fo r such » program, ta s t year, he said, New 1&ark had 552 reported boating accidents. In these acddents, he stated; 3£1 persons were in­ jured, 72,.fatally. This means that one out of eV«Eytl.B *aficid^nt& repotted resulted in personal aaid/oF' f^tailityi ■' The Jerome E . W right, Inc. Agencies have a suppfy of the question and answer sheets to be us 6 d on the program. Anyone desiring a copy can obtain i t from the Agencies offices. :^ L . , ; ti t- j •- ' • ‘ -..V ■ ->H •rv‘ -I \•Xi y / . '

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