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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, January 04, 1968, Image 3

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Banker and family at Northom- ville. - ■Several' from this cofnmia- nity .attended the Christmast ev^ e ETagL-e Bridge Methodist church. —Mrs. Pau.1 P. Virtue, Dora- ents Mr thy' and John of Coila callewl. Hunj Sr ' Ciiristnias eve -at the home oof her mother, M rs. Gerta'Uil- e AJjten,' News from Bald Mountain —Charles A. Hunt of Cobles- ’fill uriivefslty is at the home of his parents* Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Hunt &i\ . John Durling of Fort Mil- Sr. entertained Christinas eve aind ‘Christmas \Mr; ‘ and Mrs. Fred Kaufman, M r s. Jhelnia Allen, Miss Mary Sweeney of Troy, Mrs. Leslie G. Foss and ler spent -Friday and Saturday children of Rome, Charles Hunt with his grandparents,'Mr. and | of Cobleskiil and S. Sgl. Fred Mrs. George E. Harrington: , -Hupfe • —Mrs. Leslie G. Foss and.. —The following people are., .children, l£iin> Kevin^ Jiiri and spending the winter in various. : Judi of Rome are spending tvvo ’ la'ces jn Florida. Mr and , ^ rs. , weeks at the home of her par- ^ a l t e j Laudel. 245 Scenic Mrs. *ie<t n. Highway,' Frostproof, Flp.; Mr.' * and Mrs. Arthur Fencott, R.R. -George E. Harrington Jr. V Box 15C, Brooksville, Fla, returned Tuesday to University ; 33512 and Mr, and Mrs: Frank and at Plattsburgh after spending ! Brayraan, 81* Ms South J Street,. Sflrs, Ele^a Thompson an*d, holidays with his parents, ~ ------- ; Toni; ’ 6 ' 6 S r |e ' lae^sj) a ■ action. h f : ■. > i \ ' 7 :” :r- \ 7 : - Peter Matcovich Of New ’S’orrlc ne# § a p e r prds i» city s p e n t the holiday week qn*d . with their parents, Mr. and Krs, Peter M&tcovich. r Air. andRfcs. News from Easton Mr. and Mrs. George E. Har- , rington Sr. and family, —S/Sgt. Fred D. Hujnl-Jr. is ] spending a 15 day leave a t the . ' eats, Ur^ and. J and sonsj. Gerald and/Kennelb,; Mrsu.rred D, Hunt sr.’sg t.'H u n t; •Jffr. and Mrs. Peter MatcovicB will leave in March for his sec- and son Pe.ter attended the MS- : Lake Worth, Fla: 33460. NEW LIBRARY^HOfeJRS r New* hours have 3 been estab­ lished for the Easton, library beginning with the first of the year. The library' wijl be open Tuesday'and Thursday evenings from ? to 9 instead - of ' 7 •to 8:30. The ISatur^ay hours vyill remain g' J^r, ■exten­ sion of evening ^ u r s is/made so more people'£ti( 1 he area will have the opportiinity-'to use the many services now offered fay the library. - \ •» BOOK CLUB PA-RTV^ % Wednesday ait-ejnesoti, Decem­ ber 20, 'the Eartoia\ B'ook club was entertained a t |jbfe -Hope of Mrs. Horatio •lEoin'o.e, on the occasion of their annual Christ­ mas party. A feature qf the afternoon was the presentation j of a handsome poiinsettia to Mrs. - ! Ivan Crosby in recognition of TofW, Dan ^arid' fO’e•patching 1 an automatic jsress printing! her years of service'as cluib. sec- \ • • ■ . ‘ ‘retary. .' . .. L ‘.. 1 V - ond tour of duty in Vietnam. -—Mr. and Mrs. James Crutoh- field and Jamette-of Gainesville, j For Dehn's Flowers 1 , lfetterJijeadsJ 3c|e^ ^?ord — 75c iR^mipa, If nnnstp6a:e thaA;-o1a^ Fol* ads witb. replies coming to this Office add 25c for firsfc ' - ‘ \reefi:; 15.C for eacli sutsoeetin^ week -‘%\ Pfatfessioiual __ •••' ■■ - ‘ MEjpItAL Serv- iefe—Effective January 1. Dr. N. Young’s office w ill, be o£en. aAfoiiday and Thursday evenings. Dr. R. L. Skinner’s office will b e open Tutcsday and Wednesday evenings. Or. Voung 3 |jd Dr. Skinner will alternate Friday evenings,.week ends and hjjlidays. Telephone 692-2240, Dr., Young; 692-2115, Dr. Skin- n 6 r.’ — For Sale BOY’S B L A C K CANADIAN Help & W o rk For Rent D I R E C . T §*_OB'* 'MXlttSING SERVICE for progEressive 85-bed' community ge «e rail liospita! wanted. Preserat dirsctor's hus­ band transferred t a distant post. Recently conipHeted _ expansion program provicBcs facilities for quality patient car?*. Degree nurse -desired, but wi II consider R.N. with admfiiiisstratlve expe­ rience. i Salary ogiera. F'ritige benefits, liberal p«ersonreI pol­ icy. Contact Gard neir Cullinan, Administrator, Ma.ry McClellan Hospital, Cambridge, JJew York. Tfil. e^T-2611. FIVE ROOM APAETMENT with bath for relit. Ifeat and Jiot water furnislfeti, Gas cooking range included. Call after 5 p.m. 692-7632. • FREE DELJVEEY\ Open Da* Jy 8:30 A. M, . ....... Sundays 9 A, 69 MAIN ST. 2-BEDROOM HOUSE on North. Greenwich road for Rent. Near ly new. Call 692-’3862. . Gossip says nothing in a thtat leaves aothing unsaid. * • »♦♦♦»+,♦ » » » » < » » » » » # » |» APARTMENT FOB RiBNT — Main St., Greeawi-eh, Sharp’s Market, 692-7052. Real Estate WANTED — ,'VOteIAD! for gen­ eral office worK. Mequirements i- PROSPECT STREET — 4 bed- ^ed u' ' * -*■ - Racer Skates for sale—size 7, ■ g r“ gteaj ‘ emmlorment' Direct I room fireplace. Owner hke, new. $10. Call Thelma ( replies tQ The ffire ennvich Jour. ; transferred and must sell. Make Carey* 695-3700 or 695-3757. ; nal, Greenwich, N. T. Box XS. an offer- Can se,en by call- FOR SALE: SPINET PlAiNO j Wanted:,, responsible party- to ! take over low monthly pay-' ments on a spiifet piamo. Can ' be .seen loeaily. Wri te Credit Manages, P. O. Box 35, Cort­ land, Ohio. SNOW B L O W E R io r sale. Never used. Was part -of our Schuyleiville s t o r e inventory Priced below our cost at $225. F i n a n c i n g can be arranged. SchneiWas, Greenwich, 692-2291. JANUARY SALE — 0*ne Third Off on Eytex Deckle Edge Vel­ lum- Personalized • Stuition e r y. Sale price $4.95 (a $7,SO value). Single, double or monarch size sheets in blue, grey or white. The Journal Stationers, Green- wich. ing 692-2223 or 692-2574. Farm & Garden - NEW 1968 MOBILE HOMES now on display. See them to- ^ day at Curtis Trailer gales, 2 % - -miles south of Glens Falls on. Route 9. USED SKATES for Sal«— 2 pr. to fit boy 2 or- 2 V- 2 ■fo ( $5 pr.; which is price of new. Also girl!s- 12 - 12 V 2 X(>. $3.50. _ Pratt’s Clothing, p', i ' FARM,’-FACTS- Farm Record b o o k , J o u r n a l SEationers, Greemvkh, N. Y.. i; . • ‘ • 2 ocj 7 owf ON EAINT Z • • Gash- and' .Garrjw - - ■ ' No Return ’ Inttrior and jExtorior Eatire - Stock from _ ■ ^OtiLGreferLwicfT'aiiKl Sduylerville'. Stoires 1 J I* 14 IVashrngtdn^^tf-eet - Greenwich SehneiWe and Sheppard Inc. .692-2291 ROASTING CHICKJ2NS, oven ready, 6 ’ to *7 16s. average dressed weight. 59e lt». Jimmy Schneible, 692-7SS0, Services AG W AY FAIM and Home Store, Greenwich, will close at 5 p.m. Friday evenings until further notice. ANTIQUES' PURCHASED—We are interested in buying furni ture, lamps, glass, china, ant! any antique items. Geoi'ge and Clarissa Hughes, 75 Salem St., Greenwich, 692-749”7. V - WATCHES and .FEWtELRY, Re­ paired, Diamonds Reset,- electric Shavers for Sale and ifepaii*ed, Greeting Cards, Prescb'ip^ipris Filled. Powell’s Corner1. Dsrug and Jewelry 1 Store, Greetnwich, 692-2134. • . \ i WATER WELLS D31ILEED — Experienteed-cneJvs,-ni 6 dJbEa.jna-. chinery. Water sysiemb. H u d ­ son Falls Drilling Co.i, Lowfer ‘Maple &t.j Hudson FalM. 7- 0000. . r WOMAN SEEKENG& nkPLOY- MENT.—Expeti &«ee<Ub)QOkk-ee^ ing,. payroll, sales, atLvertising, own transportation, 'JH, lirigham, CaR Cambridge «677-3()dO. . MORTGAGES—Ta--'pu;r(ihase or- renovate hoitses ^uidkly ar­ ranged. Greenwich i'Savfirigs ,.ahd Loan Association, 'IfOSt., Greenwich. Pl>onfc :S92(-2i233. >tOUfE; MAN - 3 - feteaidy • work, :| t ^ . M i p T O | l Y oirade. good W m Lisfo jstates, Villages, and I Preiji'ofer-’s.- iikeay, 12 € -St» -and ciies^lia^ti^ll-y .^ l.^O ,. Jour- Second-'He«,-3SfdPth %«v:T -» 4 V jg^ij^iiers, •. 108 • 'M mil SU to Greenivftli, N. Y. ‘ HOMGASJ&' GAS ,14 ^ f i . “^Space~heafeWwbr. heater: salfes SMCreai'tals.^ lja. ^tallation .and /; -John Whiteside and/Son’s, Greenwich •.' .■ r i 4 - , • ■ -m vyiLL MAKE PILLOWS ‘ (*a>' reunion of the Pine faaifcy The Easton Valley club will at the ¥est^ Hoosick fireh-ous^e have its January meeting next on Satmiay 'evening. . via., spent the Christmas holi- Ttiesday •'at the home of Mrs. —Mr. and Mrs. Normara CO. days with her parents, Mr. and ! Janies Nulty with Mrs. Warren B-ott of New Jersey, spent tli-ej Mrs_ William Harrington and ’ Nillty and JJrs. Cordon Wright, holiday week end at theirfanm. sons They returned home Sat- j co-hostesses. All members inter- MEonday they and Joseph Keatr-; ' 1 ,{.^ay_ ested in making pop-smocked ney -wore dirtne-r guests of -Mrs. * - - pillows should take a yard of Bott’s sisters. Misses Anna an*d velveteen, a box of cotton balls, Marguerite Judge in -Troy. - -- scissors, button thread and _]\irs. Gertrude. Aiken an*d needles. ; daughters Mary and Margarestj ■ were Christmas dinner guests »«f LOCAL BRIEFS \ ll r . and Mrs. Kenneth Aikem —Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bor- and sons, Christmas night Mrr.i den and family entertained the an(i jvtrs. Dale T. MacNeil ,m»d Sorden family CJndstmas. s(>ns David and Mark of Salenml —Mr,, and Mrs, Ellen Murray and -Miss Linda Sheridan uw«ej spent Christmas with\ Mr, and guests at the Aiken home, Mrs. Charles Gornan and family. —M e n tes of the Goodridh' -^■Mrs. F. H. Priggs sppnt family spent the holiday at Lliel r Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. faj’m. Amoag those pre- sciut George Briggs^ and family in were Foster Goodrich and da ughe- the Albany- area. ters Pant and Trill and aiis-s —Mrs. Virginia McGowan and- Vaughn Austin of WestBel®,, illss- Eileen McGowan spent Kass., Mr. aad Mrs. Allen G oodl- Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. rich of Denver, Colo.; Mr, ancd Jaime?*-McGrOwan -iit Troy. ® ’Si Donald Goodrich and soanj ■ TT'flpfin VTcGowan has of Bost° 11’ 1Iass-> Mr. and llfss. university after spending the Chicago and Wiiham Morgaji. : holidavs Mth Mrs Virginia Ma- -Serylce a t - t h e Methodfct 1 r S f i ? - chureh-is held at 11:30 a.m. * m ' ' ' „ T . _ v Rev,, Oswald A. Muller, pastor?, “vT .aitf Mrs , , Ralph Bard- school is . h eld at Lfl;3U0. T»ell ^ •and- - fam ily of O r a n g e Pljtog the Service ott De. : s p e n t . Chmstmas dtgy -with -Mr. (igfinber 2 i, Peter Morgan, so-ji 0 : f and.M rs.’ Joseph MExller Sr, and Mi.'“and-Mrs. Donald GoocLricHi family. i ‘ * was baptised hy the pastor. 3Mrss, . —Miss Alice Nulty of Pleasant- Stuart Browftel! Jr. was transs- vil3e. spent the C&lstmas h'oli- fejred by letter into the menu-: days, .with Mrs. Warren Nulty -bership of thee church from Hies 1 and Mr, and Mrs, iJames Nulty Germain Methodist church. a*ti ''and family. , W'hite Creek. A lift has beoBV» —'MiSs , KathrS'iU.Thomps 0 n purchased through the Belles spent,*'Cl^ist.ma$ .\sjjtji jMr, and Welling Memorial fund and iss ■llrsV-Lawrence ’Ih<5mpson and being 'used- lay a resident, orf life, artd jV<rs. GraajffitaBT-gerr iu:..tte • eoianmnity. Papers' tied Inn Greenwich! \• j s Might buiiaies miay heTefrjn ^ -—Mr. and .Mrs. Davitl'Borden S^itge at the church shed (ingy and son, Jeffrey, spent the *1Eie- Christmas holiday with Mr. a n d __________ . . Mrs, Lawrence Burnett in Bent- ley Creek, Pa. —Miss 1 Rae Menrill has re­ turned to Plattsb-urgh state uni­ versity afte-r spending the holi­ days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred M errill —John Hunisalr-Jr., a gradu­ ate student of fine arts at New York university, spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. John Hunisak Sr. and family dnring the holi­ day season. —Mrs. and Mrs. George C. Houser Jr, and children, George , r spent t±n? Christmas holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Georg-e C, Houser Sr. in Chestnut Hill,' Mass. —'Mrs, ICen.net h Ram by and children of Endwell and Harvey Thorton of California spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Warren Nulty and Mr. and Mrs. James Nulty and family. —The Easton M e t h o d i s t church will .hold church service and communion at\ the church I Sunday, January 7, at 10:45 a.m., I followed by an important board | meeting at the church after the ' church service. Everyone i s ' welcome toi attend. —Richard Wright has re­ turned to Fort Dix, N. J., after spending tlie Christmas holiday wi® Mr. and Mrs. Gordon- Wright and family, Miss Chris­ tine Weight has returned to Al- (iftg -the—holi* days with Iter parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Route 4 to Be Surfaced Then Rebuilt Resurfacing of route 4 'be­ tween Fort Ann aiicL.Whitehall, a®n«urteed-hy- th&-state depart- * ment of- transportation as a project scheduled to begin early in the 1968 construction' season, will be only a prelude to a vastly more' e$&iisfvcT projlfct, slated to sfart in-1969, whereby the highway between the two com­ munities will be 'completely re- mostly on'n«w location. uGAvemor. 2iels0fi-A. Rockefe-1- lfei‘, -in advising Senator Ronald B;StirffOTd,Perirai!d' Ass 6 mbly- lnatt Lawrence E.. Corbett Jr. of P o rt Edwacd -of;'lhe forth-, coniing improvem«ivts, said the work o f upgrading the present highway, is, estiimted < to cos-t iP%0Otf, It w ilH fart at the-in5' Call EILEEN SNELL GREENWICH 692-7292 after 6 p.m. or Saratoga 584-1880 —Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Hunt ►* j ■*►*«* 5 x * &•***1*^ *1'’S * *** IN aitEENWICH IT’S . . . . DONOHUES. PHARMACY For Fast aaid A.cc«rate Prescriptions • Cosmetics * • Photo Finishuig- and Supplies • Baby Needs • Greeting' Cards REMEMBER, WE ARE DED­ ICATED TO SERVE YOU . 9:30 P. Mr *• 12r30-P.M. and 6 - 9:30 RM . 692-7040 -------- GREENWICH (Opp.’Wallie's) on, , 1 , oua|(D|esit v • - / ' > -t. f ■ norblierly 11 milKt to ’^Tiitehall. to . 61 • m ^\)t - W§dWsM$ and- ^ ! STEREO HI-FI Recorders Players Sales Service! Art Boehrfriger .692-2419 854-7841 Cambridge Valley Livestock Market ■' jBeef maTlret stronger on all grades, naaiQen heifers strongs bull market held firm. Hogs and lambs steady, calf anarket strong on all grades, veal extra strong, Keep that surplus stock roll* ing to this market — we work to g;et you the Top Do|lar. Dairy^cows sold well. Ship U C3A1IBR.IDGE VALLEY \ LIVESTOCK MARKET To our patrons who wamt their livestock trucked In please let os know the night before or real early Tuesday morn­ ing. It saves us a tat of extra trips. AUCTION IVERY TUESDAY OFFICE 577-3895 — RESIDENCE 677-3237 Stanley and 6 k m McLenithan., Auctioneers 1 Mile Nortii of Cambridge on Route 22 Margaret H. Callahan, Proprietor I S . Anil, a s H a r as o u r saving's d e p a r t m e n t eoiiceriiK 1 , it ’ll eontiliuo to bcMlip lirst o f 11 m o n th luatil it ’ - T lie s the eleven tli. it, i t ’s Ix 'tto r for vou to j v a v wo spo • Tnaicp i^iivnif^K^pptTKTt v. 1 tw clays 4n.tr th m i liaf to liualce1 ii aH. So at Meii'hio M ldlaiuli if you malcK> vouV d e p o s it aifv tiuip d n r in g ' th e first tp n (tln y s of an y m o n th , w<>’l 1 ^ i v o y o u th e in t e r e s t N r th e day-fi you.inissi^tl, wlipu w e com ­ pound arid cred it y o u r q u a r t e r l y intPi-pst. ■ .A t IF a r in e M id lan d , \ vp ’re here to h e l p you — evT^iP-jsUL. liaVo to tu r n b a d e th e c a l e n d a r to do i t . --------- - ' „• ~ . i v i i E r L ^ x r u D Q j & ' ' feieras §epm% lfssu'««c* Corpwirt^ . _ _ ---- - - — - \ :.T ± | . I , ' £ | 1 '■ 5 i | I .. >-.■

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