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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, November 02, 1967, Image 11

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CORfiftfr )< . . G r^«foich^26-^ehuylervllle 12 5 TSe Wttches ‘were completely for this game against ^Schuylerville and the large •gturnout certgiipiS |ielped them *jm©rally/, They had Just come (f tw o games in which their sp w&s#8£te&- 0-0 tie with Stillwater, a n d bang •three fumibles on the .first three plays. Was this game to be a repeat of t t e la g two?/ Then Greenwicl&tiol'Sa br«k and recovered on Sehuylervills's fsw l I in*. The opeciioB w»* there and ihe Witches took th* advantage of it and scored * touchdown. This was- the big _ f lift they they wipt '■ ora to this lop-sided victory, ; The Witches led at half-time I by.flJscjbrjfi„--()f .19-6 and complete­ l y s^ominated “second-half action ? as Coach ^ c f e s o n substituted j freely. ' 5 ' : : ^ ; | This was a hard fought gam.e “ aitd - a lh the players pn both teams knew they had ibeen in a gaone. , Greenwich’s offense was ter- .^ 'ificsatftim e r s ; P i% .Smith, Er-.- f jiie W eir aiid Kenny W oodard! I took turns reeling off the yard- age. Quite a few - in-motion ii 1 $ t £ Nofole Rambler Sales and' Service . America's Wo^ 1 * ,v ■ - JAM ESvNAtAlLE, Prpjp, So. Broadway Saratoga 584*5440 Your Best Bet For Dependable Used Cars OPEN EVENINGS penalties held fracfc t h e W itches at' times, <but when ttheoffense sputtered, then the defense. took over and • tills defense was' su­ perb. Siftnow is terrific as a de­ fensive li^ehaeiept and he just love? to h it those backs trying, to get tltfp^gh- i. • ; ' - • _;. ■ . ; ' Schuyfervllle refused to give in even though they were he- hihd ^P- points in the last quar­ ter. t h e y ' gat th e ir second, touchdown - jy s t m inutes ibeforjs the- end of the game and then Simon alm ost got' a n equalizing six P0in|s| on the l$st play of the game. This Saturday closes oiit the season jri th e ; loc*is travel to Cambfid^tf .for th e . last game. Four busts 'wil l be leaving and many ^tyiefs wllf ( b e traveling by c,ar* (A Victory ; ovW: Cam­ bridge'\\ woijld'. m ean another lea^qe championship for (freen- wich. Cambridge has only won one game this year as they de­ feated St. Peter's last Friday. The inotheys. a n d fathers of the players ate throwing the an­ nual football banquet pn Sunr day. It would certainly foe fit­ ting to celebrate the banquet as Champs. ' t v : -‘v-: Dehn's Flowers ■ c<u CRESNWICH S92-7292 , after 6 ^ * : < 1 Saratoga 584-1880 JOTOMAI. i. 3^-PAOE 5 Monday Twilight Won Los* ............... 21 . IX ......... ^ a » : w • ............... i» 14 i7. is ........... 16 . v 18. ' M il Team New Idea . Oasis ------- Flynns Brownies .- Skiffs Spiezios Hafrisoiis . . Lakers -30% Singles-Triple*— f; A M D. B r ig g s ........... .. \'i&& J. Kopa -rf’WSI B. Spiezio — - ____ 'M i i m G. Cortkey . ----- . . a u ^ W I85& G. CoAhors n-20#‘$<s!f4.ilt8tl5 R. WyeVs --^— J563 K. D irfler S:iS B. Buckley , ---------- ^£02 > i* FewPoints Aport Woman'* Wednesday Night ;t*aw ^ ;;**> Won Lost Reps W o lf Pack 1—_ 20 8 Gdoters .. .................... 18 10 Greenwich Irifor - --- J 8 10 Carmody Fqrtlelts K e n iiy Motors i. Smiths^ Suttqco 'tqW m e s .Seryice-- Kens Fireside - Ltfnch . . . x B and Carton ;GpeenVvich Variety - 1C 12 - 16 12 - 15 . 13 15 - r 15 13, 13 —^Wr.- and Mrs. John LaBom- b a r d a n d d a u g h ter y isited a t the honae of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Blodgett during the week end. —Mr. and Mrs, .\Willard ifcin attended the 35th wedding an­ niversary oneri house of Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Morrison at East Greenwich, Sunday evening. ' —The MYF of Salem, Shu- shain and West Hebron Metho­ dist church had a -Halloween party .at the Shushan church with their regular meeting Sun­ day evening.. —Mrs. R o b e r t Whelan «f Middle Village, t. I., has been visiting Mr. and. Mrs. George Callaway for several *days> She and her family a re farmer sum­ mer residents of West Hebron. —The Methodist church and the Ladies guild are planning their annual election day ba­ zaar with numerous articles, quilts, ap*ons and fancy work. Food Will. be on sale during the day and evening. —Daniel Chambers celebrated his fifth birthday with a Hallo­ ween bir thday party at, h i s home Saturday. Guests attend­ ing were: Chella Cary, Laurel Dooley* Ben Kintzing, Mathew Rustin„ Jeff Worthington, An­ drea Waite, Todd Crosier, Do­ reen Worthington a n d Heide Waite. - 14 ; 14- - 13 ‘ '15' - 13 15 12% 15Vf - 12% '15^ -- life 16% - 8 20’, -A' 6^ 21% 'i.- 9\ . 9 12 12 . 12 . Has 550 Triple Mixed Social Team Won Lost B & W ............... ........ -23 Alley Cats 23 Misfits . 20 Schuylers . .............. .. 20 Gogetters * - . - —^ 20 Four S p a r e s ---------- 18% 13% Fireballs . ----- J- . ^ 18 14 The Metis > _ it48iV) 14 All Stars - L Four Jets , ------16 16| ^pstajjts ^ - 14 181 The Blue T e a m ___ 12% 19K Sad Sacks ........... .. .11 2 l | Hopefuls . . . . -------- - 10 22 Tenderfoots . - - T - 8 . 24- Rejects l i - .'i i}. -6 24J Singles-Triples— . .J ■Bill Roe r224 615 Steve, Dilket- ^ - - ^ ^ 5 1 592 Ernie Weeks -.1 - - - ^23 5*79 Charles’ Perkins . . . . 197 Orla Bain Mona Perkins . . . . . Sally Tefft Jean DeRagon !_ ~ Jane Willette ----- Lillian Hakala .garsha M Opa.jerkin? _r__, Mary Davis Sally Tefft' . ____ _ Joan DeRagon . . . Gerry M a n n ------- Allie S m i t h ----- - Ina M a lesk y '.—— June Herrington „ Kay B a i n ------- Rwth'Adamson Helen St. Glair1 Marie Salley ; Connie Green . . . . Joyce Woodward Marie Herrick Doris Loy Team f)ighs— Reps. Wolf: Pack, > ^ Greeriwich Inn. • ’ !: -rv- 20.1..>6fl 192 534 192 514 190 551 186 461 174 170 474 168 166 475 165 164 163 460 163 162 161 161 160 - ’t t e ll M r. Ja c k s o n since C h ristm a s . . - . , • ■ ■■■rsf..'.' ’ ■ ^ • ' '. ; - ' ' ' ■ ! -- ** ■’ ■ . . , .'’’M ; - , He?s spent 34 perfectly happy yeitis con- ' firom anyone else. Nobod j ever thinks about vin-ced that he brushes them, himself. Then eiectridty, le t alone about us. Such is a his wife gave him an electric toothbrush for power company's lot ih life. It makes us kind Ch»istmas. And he still thinks he brushes' of provid to be doing such a good job. ■Qieani himself. Why spoil ifc. W hy let h im . / there is one thing -we’d like to tell know that we^ve also beejx shaving his ' M r. Jackson: \We take it as a,compliihent -1— -s> pressing his psuits, when he takes us for granted. wife around the house. A man’s got to have hisjpride. - ■ .' , \ ; Besides, M r. Jackson’s no different NIAGARA MOHAWK Worlting hard to male electricity work harder for you 199 210 174 ! 179 ; 167 183 5*71 565 550 497 469 463 45G ■ \ POLITICAL ADVERTISING PO ljTlC ^ L ADVEI^.T1SING * 'POLITICAL ADVERTISING : r V t of the . % < * Industrial .-•Tea#- -v - - * ' ~ U B '— Thomson [ U n k n o w n s ___ Blandy 5 .......... ' Standard Pack ; Hol’sworth Vose Hudson Paper :: Ray Sparlings1 : * Battenkill Stone . Singles-Triples— L C r e i l ______ L. R. Brock way r D o F op R. Crandell ----- B. Scotty. _____ L BrockvVay' ’’ “ ' B. B i 'o u n ___ J’.. WielSdn ;* e .! e w t k TV OfsfejY . . . . I - ; - . r D. Brownell m 205 577 19? 563 206 562 231 561 211 549 212 541 •203 513 tS5 ' 512 181 SOD 192 500 P r o u d l y P r e s e n t s T h e F o l l o w i n g . - - - \ ’ < ». _ - S l a t e o f C a n d i d a t e s : RICHARD G, WRIGHT - Supervisor :; r- F o r e v e r y f i v e m i l e s # ■ ■ V I I I H ^ I I V V U J j f V l I V I I i s s a v e d e v e r y y e a r . fi - ♦ N RALPH BRIGGS ~ Justice of Peace RONALD DIXSON - Councilman . ?\ *\ ’ - JOHN W. VISSER - Nov. 7 v o te yes on Proposition 1. For new highw a y s. HAROLD W. JAMES NULTY- Assessor for 4 Years ELTON 2 Years / v- - * t ^ *“ * ' V “vS I , ’ .r • V - \ t y A -i' ^ \ * j 1 « 4 1%' in ' J r J t Agriculture - Recreation ELEC T IO N D A Y - N O V E M B E R 6 i 0 ri fe r tra n s p ^ te tio n irivWm v¥efk ^tate Inc. t

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