>-■t ' ■ 0 ''?; ■ Ip ' I 1 tr V I p i ■ I r .’ V I:’,' 'V' r if Is r h >*■ • — ' 7 - — ' - - v *. -f.i’, v .. .,..;-r . f. THURSDAY, ‘ 3 i w i ! 2 $ ; ; i 9 ^ : !- ” <«v ' ■ A .3- ' * j 2 ^ 2 S £ ,^ . . v ; . -? \ i V & r A M R S . ^ R ^ $ S ? f ^ C G O ^ n i ^ 'e a i ^ r i d g e Correspdndent —c'a,. .i'—--*. •» * * Mrs, Gottry is--tlie and is autfitir d to -3#b#l? 'sftbserijrtiOns and .'advertisemeibts, --•; - r?' ■ ’ ' .’v , ' \1' I T~:'Z V - : Persotials —George\ Wilkie •^ r g a w ’ift- ter Diane left recently toy plane to-visit relatives in* Ireland. —Gareth Howard arid Gerome Sard!, Students at Coniell .uni versity,- are spending their vacations at their respective homes,— .-4 ........ „•— > ., — ; M g p t o l t L M . A t i | Shown Tonighf - Another in s series-uf ulassji films ‘will be 9hown tonight at di 7:30 p.m. at the Cambridge cen-.j’ tral school cafeteria. The is Brigadoon, a musical play' by Lerner and Loewe. The Aim is being presented by the mem bers of the National Honor so ciety - at- Cambridge, and stu dents, faculty and the’ general public are invited to attend.. Tickets may be obtained af the school tonight. Other films to be shown'in* elude Battleground, an account of soldiers” outnumbered and surrounded 'by the enemy, on. April 11; anti The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, starring pan- ny Kaye, to toe- seen April 25. PTA Hears On Sex Education Mrs. Dehora S. Preston, who is associated with the state edu cation department, was t h e guest speaker at the meeting of, the Cambridge PTA last week. Mrs. Preston, state consultant in early childhood and parent education, was introduced by —Miss Helene Garni,-« - mem ber of the faculty pf. ®raintjuth college in Illihciisj Ka<^ beRTi vis-V iting her parents, Mrv and Mrs.\ Walter E. Gann. —Jeffrey Ashworth, a fresli- man at Dartmouth college, is spending two weeks spring vaca- MISS MAfcJORife WESTFALL Miss Marjdrie Westfall died Mareh iQ in Mary ’ McClellan. tion’ with his parents, fttr; and hospital, Carabridge,'following a Mrs. Everett Ashworth. ' y f long illness.' j —Mrs. J. L. Briggs returnect; *[!■ Funeral services were con- hom e 'last week after visiting J ducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. the Charles A, Ackley Funeral and Mrs. \Harold Forbes, at home, Cambridge,, by the Rev. ( Whilesbdro, and her \grandson r_Aistil1ff.jC-.. E§&i-ji&?ri&6fct Wjll ItiSuffalo. ........ be in Woodlandls cemetery at‘a |, —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mars- later date. . ' j den and daughter of Dobbs An antique dealer, Miss West- ' Ferry spent the weeli end with fall was bora in Cambridge on: .their father, GeorgeE..Brewer. ApriL-M, 19is4ri arid Had been' a Mrs. Marsden an£ da'ughter„are lifelong' resi<d?jat of the area. reihiaWpii^tBis week, jfiss' Westfall was a-graduate bf —E i^ 2 ' R6ibert\Wallace; whfr . Cambridge central, school and has been serving with the Sea- '\att'eii'dM itiissell slige college, bees iir Vietnam since last Au- She was a member of the First gust, arrived back in the country United Presbyterian church of last week at San Fran,e,isco. He Cambridge aud' a' former mem- plans to drive east.'anti'visit' T \ A c l f v l l i e ’s. —The knitting group will | ---Tbf! ’Women’s, Mission soci- medi this, Thursday, afternoon j ety of th f * Botrtskill Baptist at 2 o’clock at the United i ehui’ch -will m«et Wednesday evening, April 3, a t ?:30 o’clock at the church. Mrs. James church. : —The Twentieth Century' club will meet Thursday moxmng, Ai)riL4. a t .11 o’eloek .with Mrs. Perry will' be tl»e leader and . the jpcflgrarip. . t o ^ wdll ’ be The [^ e s t pf^Twol Woarlds.: ^nnUfi' reports' will: be given and1 the electiojl„of o f f e r s wilfibfe held; —Court Tolentine, Catholiq Daughters of - America, will' me^t at the K. of C. hall for a bmsh party Thursday evening, April 4, at § o’clock i witii * 1®:$^ Alyfie, Nash, as ehaifmaft. . ’Vfednesdaji Jhorriiiig, Apiril??, a t 7:Q& GETS SC0UT POST — Terry t. Hurlhutt of Cambridge has been appointed assistant camp director and business manager oi -Camp Wakpominee, B o y \Scouts of' Amerifea, for the 1968' season. Mr. H u rlbutt' has been district, scqut executive of Mo hican council and' this month Mrs. Burton T. Woodward. Mrs. Preston- titled her talk , graduated from national camp- Sex and Sexualityr~tirging her J ing school, He received a bach- audience to concentrate on sex- j elors degree in .sociology from uality. She spoke of the pro- j the state university of New gram on the Today show where | York at Buffalo in 1966 and Hugh Downs presented a discus ! sion on The Pill. Then she went on to say that sex is only one: aspect of the developing child' and that he can be educated now more realistically than i s the past; that taboos of another generation are breaking down; and that women are being recognized now as people. Mrs. Preston explained about the development of a child and the various aspects of his en- viroment that* influence this. Sh'e reported that New York city has a sex education cur riculum beginning with chil- 'dren in the fourth grade arut continuing through the 10th. She showed slides used in connection with such a course. After her talk, those attend ing met in discussion groups and compiled questions which were answered by Mrs. Preston. At the business meeting new officers were elected, and will be installed at the,meeting in May. They are: Robert Niles, presi dent; Roger Meyer, vice presi dent; Joseph Crank, secretary; and Mrs. Geno Furfuro,- treas urer. St. Patrick’s church, where a graduated from the 281st na-1 requiem mass was offered. In- tional training school at Schlff j terment will be in St. Patrick’s Scout reservation in Mendham, cemetery later in the spring. New Jersey. Miss Parker Plans Wedding Mr. and Mrs. William Parker her of Ondawa-Cambridge chap- ' t^r, DAR.- MisS -Westfall is survived by a sister, Mrs. Mifrian. Harris -of Pittsfield, Mass.; and two aunts, Mrs, Margare| Small of Ashton a n d Mis# (Srace Westfall of Greenwich. WILLIAM H. GEARY Williahi 'H. - Geary of Ash Grove, a retired farmer, died Valley chapter -OES attended a 'jSunday morning in Mary Me- meeting: of Glen Star chapter McClellan hospital after a short OES\at Glens Falls j a s t Thurs- illness. . I day night; There wass a: recep- The fitrierasl was cqnducted tion for R.W. Marjory Reynolds, Tuesday morning at the D. L. J who was recentlyi appointed a Mclnerney Ftmeral home and grand representative to the ' Province o f Ontario, held in connection witft the meeting. —Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. I Buekley have returned home at- friends en route to 'his home here, ■ . • ; —Mrs. Theodore L. Williams has returned home from South. Carolina. ^Kere she was hos pitalized \en route home from Florida with her m o therM rs. William ■ Maeauley, Mr. Wil liams: went. ^buth to bririg his wife home.• •Five m e t e r s of Cambridge ForWSt Pratt;. 'Members should note the ' change ' of -meeting, place.'; \ „ Ashlar lodge No. 584, F. & A. M., will meet in a regular communication Monday evening, April 1, at 8 o’eloek. A social hour with refreshments will follow the irieeting. 1 —The WSCS of the Centen ary Methodist church will hold its April .business meeting and'TC6b^ covered- dish supper Monday ^_AsMar chkpter, Order o f evening ^ p n U , at 6:30 oelock l tlieiEastern sfer) wiU ^ e t . a t '. S •at-the fellowship center at th e . 0.cl6ck Tuesday evening, April church;. MfS- Myrtle Allen is ^ in masonic temple. I’lie chap- host ess. ter will open in . ample form. —Officers will be elected at Mesdames Eleanor Bajn, Mary, the meeting of the VFW auxili- Aldrich and JJildred Wood will ary- next w e ekThursday e,ve.: serve on the refreshment com- liin g ^ p r il 4, at 8 o’clock at the mittee. Entfertainnient will be VFWnome. Mesdames Janet in charge of Mrs. Carolyn Little Barton, ' TTora Bertsch, Mar- and Mrs.- Ada £l<iiir \ guente Brownell and Betty De Juan will serve on the food committee. Dues are payable af this •\time. •II I I - f ■^1 m \ ^ 1 ■ ' ^ l ■ V;-;l M A caniel can run miles an hfiur. about 16 E a s ter Stin(layj 'April 14-tlv 108 MAIN STREET GREENWICH of Eagle Bridge have announced ' sister, Miss M’.ar.y Geary of Cam the engagement of their daugh- j bridge; three ^grandchildren, ter, Lyn C., to Philip Linz, son j ~ of Mr and Mrs James Linz of > m r s . CHARLES H. tILFORD Baltimore, Md. and New York city, Mr. Geafy m s born in Sand- ter a vacation trip of several gate, Vt., son of the late David weeks, They visited their bro- and Mary .0\Eriery'Geary and ther, Raymond.Buckley, at Cler- was a lifelorag member of S t.' hiont, Flru^ and then went to Patrick’s chuarch. (visit tl\Slr- sott-'and^aughter-in-:! Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. law, Mrwand /JVIrs, Tqsv^er'B&ck- George Breese of Addison; a'ley,- an<l children at Dallas, Texas, ifhey, also visited rela- tl\;es-at Scotsdale, Ariz, 1 Miss Parker, who is making plans for an October wedding, is a graduate of the Cambridge central school and Palm Beach, -Miss'?Me|aane Brieman is a patient -at,;Mary McClellan hos- Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Contact Lenses by Appointment' E D M U N D W . C O W I E OPTOMETRIST 3?S Congress St. Troy* AS 2-3821 ■A Mrs. Ella Mine Rowen Tilf.ord, pital. She' .returned home last; wife of Charles H. Tilford of \week . »'■ >^en®lhi.' fo-ttif., ’Walloom^ac, f early Sun- 'inonths Zea-U; day morning. Fu-.yiand^, She,fiV<Jvpjaiia^d to t r a v e l '- neral services wore' held Wed- during thfe' Witter to Australia1’ ----- ------------ ------------- ------- nesday afternoon a t the Charles and IToug Kong, but illness and junior college. She is a stew- j a . Ackley Funeral home with necessary s u r g e s antf gonvales- j ardess with Eastern Air Lines.; Rev; Robert Gardam, rector _ cence fSrcedOier to change h e r, Her fiance is a member o f 'o f 'S t. Luke’s Episcopal church, ‘ plans. S h e '^ e i it most of htrr, the New York-Mets baseball ‘officiating. Interment will be in time away^vitfi frieritls in-Auc- team and was formerly with the Woodlands cemetery in Cam- land. New York Yankees. TO PRESENT PLAY The junior class of the Cam bridge central school will pre*; sent its annual play Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the school auditorium. The play. The Curi ous Savages has been in re hearsal for several weeks under the direction of Miss Jane Me. Adoo of the junior high, school faculty. Grange News BOTTSKILL Bottskill grange will conduct a regular meeting this, Thurs day, evening at 8 o’clock at the grange hall in North Green wich. —Hazel Abbott Nafole Rambler S a l e s a n d S e r v i c e America's No, 1 Economy Car JAMES NATALE, Prop. So. Broadway Saratoga 584-5440 Yam*. Besi Bef Far Dependable Used Cart OPEN EVENINGS And It Has Seen Since 1933 r On Monday, April 1, We Open Oor 36fh Year o f Business in Greenwich O'. - Through the years we have taken jan ae- __ »--y. ir * • live interest in the community and have tried lo do our phrt to make Greenwich a better town. We will continue this effort in ihe future . . . and hope we continue to merit the t?) , : - - confidence of our friends and ciistomers; LINDSAY'S GARAGE YOUR ESSO .DEALER SQUARE 692-2318 Greetitficlf Washington Sqtiare bridge. I Mrs. Tilford was born Febru- - ----------------- s ---------- - ----- !— ary 2, 1888 im Philadelphia, t h e ' • ^ , daughter of the late John and' The average weight of the Ella Kerr Ronv&n. She had re- human braiii js 48 ounces. sided, at the farm home for the j ............ .................... .............. past 50 years. ' ' Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, Charles W. Tilford, Waljoomsac; and a daughter, Mis. Ella Phillips, Rock City Falls. MISS PEARL CHARLESTREAM • Miss Pearl L.. Oharlestream died last W«edinesday at the Cowan Nursing Home ih Green wich after, a long\ iHness. Fu neral servi'ces were held last Friday afternoon at the Charles A. Ackley Fmneral Home with Rev. Leslie Schultz, pastor of ’ the Seventh D a y Adventist church, offi-ciating. Interment will be in Woodlands cemetery after the first of A.pril. Miss Charlestream was born March 18, 1899 in Staten ^ land, the daughter of the late William A. a n d Catherine Stewart Charlestream. She was a graduate of Curtis high school on 'Staten Island and attended Atlantic Union college *at So. Lancaster, 'Mass. She had re sided in Eagle Bridge for inore than 35 years. Miss Gharlestream was a re tired practical nurse. She was a forpaer correspondent for the Hoosiek Falls Standard Press, She is survived by one brother, Searl Gharlestream of Eagle Bridge. P R lE s f SUCCUMBS f 'Rt. Rev. Msgr, Charles-J. Mc Cormack, p'aster of St. Joseph’s •■church.in Chatham since' 1941, ,iip’d la.St week: at- the age of 77. Hfe served as assistant pastor of .St. Mary’s chafch hrTYoy from Msgr. McCormadc :f:aSiVgiven the’ -title of domestic -tkeKife by Pope John X^tiT On }^afohr24,‘IS6ai - .-&■ 1: ■\ . LiEGAU' NOtlCE Notice is hereby given that Li- :eijse 40“ Sfc $2 has leerTissued t» tbe undersigned fe sell ’ bedr-i wfn® aiidr liquor at R e t a i l durisir bh& sjunittet months, under Sectioti 7¥ of the CdntBpi LaW at ii|®'t^iiacfe’; of tpiftasstf, <&ss&y- ■ Ma! Criifi, -T6#n« W (Ztemwicti, WaSihiJigtOi Gduntf j Ne'iv York, tci-'be' cofhsilhied' ugk)‘n the said ptem isek: . ’ • • * ■- Mr-TT’/T'.mR dfib/a Gossayttna Grill .Cbss&jl&ia* ffefvv* Y-ork- 3-28;4-4 ■*:. WALTER D. KINNIN, B.S. For every disease' that is known, there m u st- be at least two dozen \home.groWrt/ - guaranteed to curt\ reme dies. 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