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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, April 25, 1968, Image 10

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SEC. B-PAGUS 4 E A S ±. THE GREENWICH JOUfltlTAI. THURSDAY, APRIL 25,1963 NMMN I - p - Easton News Items should fee given Miss Thompson toy Tuesday noon or may be sent direct to The ^Journal Office in Greenwieh. MISS KATHRYN KJOMPSOK, Easton Correspondent.. Mrs, The Boole club was enter­ tained at the home of Mrs. Ivan Crosby Wednesday afternoon, April 17. During: th e study period Mrs. Horatio llonroe read an article on, the development and progress of the science of engineering iii\ tlie state .of New Hampshire. She also spoke of a wonderful mine in the granite state, that-produces not just one b’tlt a variety of valuable ma­ terials, principally mica. ... Mrs. Welling Well's presen­ ted a review of The Man Who Walked Through Time, by Colin Fletcher, The author, an ex* pferKjficed hiker, traversed the entire length of the Grand Can­ yon oil foot in spite of warnings .. LO C A L B R IEFS —Louie Goman .is a patient in -the Ellis hospital in Sche­ nectady, • —Mr. and. Mrs. Gordon Wright spent the week end in New’ York city. . * —Horatio Monroe is a pa-. ti«£t in the Mary McClellan <hi>s- pita.1, Cambridge. \ 1 \ . —Mrs, Warren Nulty spent Tuesday with Mrs. Dorothy Dick­ inson in Glens Falls.' —Mr. and Mrs. James McGovV- an of Troy spent Sunday pith Mrs. Virginia McGowan. ._ —Miss Philippa Peters spent the week eijtd with Miss Nancy EbNrt in Schenectady. —Hr. and- Mrs. John Briggs of Saddlebrook, N. J., spent the wee3{ end- with 3Vlrs. F. H. Briggs. —May flay fellowship \vijl be held in the Presbyterian church in Scliaghticoke Friday, May 3. fjroni fiXpfcifts that xt CQiiJa iiOt S&wrnl rpsiflprita fit- be done. This, is a remarkable ieveral Easton residents at boot, inspiring aad freqtient-ly hair-raising. ^ I L L T E L L STORIES , In observance of National Li­ brary week, the Easton library Will conduct' a story hour, Sat­ urday, April 27 at 2 o’clock. All children in’ tjie. area are wel­ come, but those under 12 Will find it the most enjoyable. Mrs. Helen Brownell will be the story teller. Branch Office of GLENVIL L E OPTICIANS OPEN TUESDAYS from 12 Noon \to 6 PM WHITE SWAN HOTEL Washington Square Phone Glenvllle EXpress 9-4506 Greenwich Dl«l 692-284! tended xthe Farm Bureau rural women’s luncheon at ,the Cor­ ners restaurant -Saturday. • —Mr. ancL Mrs. Henry Fryer attended the dedication and for­ mal opening of the Schuyler­ ville library Sunday,.'April 31. —M-r. and Mrs. .Edgar A. Bat- zell. M daughter,, penny, of Schenectady spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Philip H. Peters. —James Borden, a student at State university, New Paltz, spemt the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Elton Borden and fam­ ily. ■ —Plans are being made for an antique show in Burton hall Friday and Saturday, May 17 and 18. Further details will be announced later. —Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bobar of Schenectady and Mr. and Mrs. John Petel and daughter, Carol, of Wilton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mur­ ray. —The WSCS afternoon circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Avis Visser on Wednesday, Mar 1 , at 2 p.m. The program will be on missions. The WSCS evoHiiig circle will meet at the chunrch Wednesday, May 1. at 7:30» p.m. Cancer dressings will be nmnde at this meeting. FINAL NOTICE ! • TUESDAY, APRIL 30th is the Final Day for Payment of Village of Greenwich WATER RENTS Without Penalty of $1.00 No certified letter or olBer notice will be given prior to penalty cliarge or shutoff. Village cf Greenwich Water Department to iii!itHiiiin(iii{[iiiuniituiiuiiiuiiqiin![iuttiuitiiiiiitiiiiiiiifitiiifiiiiiutuiiittimiiiiiiHinimt?r»iiii[iiEifrnniii!iiiiiiii!i!iiimiiiiiiHt. OFF (GE^S I N&TSCtED ^ The Burgoyae avenue Parent Teachers association held instal­ lation of officers at a ’ reeent meeting of the group, with INflrs. Wade Earl of Lake George, dis­ trict treasurer, the installing of­ ficer. Officers installed* were: Richard' Jfelin^ president; John Bruso, first viGe president; Da­ vid Craw, second vice president; Mrs.' Patricia Havens, se-cretary and --MrS. Marcia, Noljn, treas­ urer. During- the prograin Mrs. lari showed, a- .film is4ETAr wtork, The next meeting of the gfroup' will be on Wednesday, May * 8 ,: at, the -school. V ' ' • . ' - LEG A L NOTICE Thq Easton fiural Cemetery Association wiO hold its annual meeting at the South Meeting House on Saturday 7:30 p,m. May 11th, for the election of Trustees and the transaction of any other, pertinent business. ’ , Helen M. Monroe » • Secretary. 4-25;5-2 , FARM MACHINERY AUCTION JOHN O'BRIEPJ FARM Fort Edward,, N. Yr~ .. MONDAY, APRIL W AT 1 P.M. LOCATED: I>urkee To wit RcL o f f Route 4, 1 mile So, of Fort Edwar<l, N. Y. FOLLOW ARROWS! -L- MACHINEKY 1962 Massey Terguson, model 65 with power steer­ ing & adjustable wheels; Ford tractor, (excellent) 2 sets 2 x 12 'Dearborn plows* £3 pt) set of-Dearborn disc harrows, (3 pt) Farmhand side rake; Ford P.T.O. blower, (with topper & table) 1964 New Hol­ land hayliner P.T.O. model 271 & bale thrower, ('ex­ cellent) Massey IFergtison 3 pt, mower with 7-ft. cut, .(-side monated) Ford manure spreader; heavy duty New Holland wide-trac hay wa^on with kicker racks, (airplane tabes.) John. Deere hay. .wagoii. with^racks, Steinhorst 2 6 r c a n bulk tank, 28-ft, smpker elevator, stjlinless: steel tank, Ounhinglia,m hay conditioner, (good) 1961 Dodge D-300 stake dtmip truck, 5 T (hoist with &£t, lusher plow. NOTE TO BUYERS: This equipment is in very good condition and #ill' be an excellent „ . place to My rieeded equipment,' SAXE RAIN OE SHINE! TERM S— CASH AUSABLE VALLEY AUCTION SERVICE PA U L W. C A L K IfjS—Auctioneer PER U , N. YT PHONE 518-643-2SSI “OUR SERVICE DOES NOT DOST — IT PAYS! David Palma, resident en­ gineer, New York state depart-, inent of transportation for Sara­ toga county, w a s, the. guest speaker at a recent meeting ojf the Fort Edward Lions dub lield at the Tee-Bird Couhtry citth. - <, - , . ■ ■ ;Hr. Palma discussed the new highway safety act. in New York state, stating that the resident engineer in a county would work with a'-citizens’ committ/se ■to- secure funds for .(highway safety within the county. He showed a movie , which demon­ strated the new type of safety guicle rails, which soon- will be used all over New York state. ■. The new type rails ants posts are so designed to prevent seri-*' otis Injury to the driver and oc­ cupants of an automobile upon contact with the rails. The speaker was introduced by Jack Sheehan- and Jack Leon­ ard served as projectionist. The next meeting ;o£ the club will be held at: the Tee-Blrd' on .May 1 . Personals, —Mr ^and Mrs. Roy Wick's are parents\ of a daughter horn at the Glens Falls hospital on Tues­ day, April 16. -'-Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Tyler have returned home after spend­ ing a vacation nt Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Timothy Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. -Daniel Hayes,, was en­ tertained recently at a roller skating party at Sbateland in celebration of his birthday. —William T. Brady aad his sister, Mrs. James E. Wallace of Glens Falls, have returned to their homes from California ft'here they visited relatives. —Army Pvt. Gary T. LaRoe, 21, son of Mr. arjd Mrs. Irving (Jenkins, was assigned on April' 6 to the America! division in Vietnam. His wife, Gloria, lives in Hudson Falls. —Mr. and Mrs. George Root and daughter. Patty, have re­ turned home after visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. Carl Grainger In Vir­ ginia. Mr. Grainger is stationed with the navy at Norfolk ' —The WSCS of the Methodist cfcureh will hold a sidewalk sale Saturday, May 11 on tho lawn of the church. .The sale will in­ clude a food sale as well as a variety of articles, such as good summer clothing, dishes, white » elephants, jewelry and miscel­ laneous items. A U X ILIA R Y E L E C T S Miss Violet Terry was named president of the Fort Edward Memorial auxiliary, 5473, VFW, at a recent meeting of the group held at the home of Mrs. Ethel Holt. Other officers elected are: Mrs. Marlene Williams, senior vice president; Mrs. Florence Tierney, junior vice president; Mrs. Holt, treasurer; Mrs. Ber-. tlia Rousseau, chaplain; Mrs. Blanche Hack, conductress; Mrs. Bertha Tokarz, guard, Miss ifary Mandolare, trustee-, 't-hree ] year's; Mrs. Susan pa ' triotie instructor; Mrs. Ethel La- i Pointe, historian, Mrs. Holt publicity chairman and hospital chairman; Mrs. Williams, sun­ shine chairman; > Mis. Tanis I>angelico, refreshment chair­ man. NAMES OFFICERS Fort Edward. Memorial post 5473, VFW, held election of of­ ficers at their annua] meeting held last week in the VFW rooms. Named to office \yere: Frank Williams, commander; Ray Taylor, senior vice com. mandef; Angelo Darigelico, jun­ ior vice commander,' Savino Da'ngelico, quartermaster; John Altizio, advocate; Joseph Terry, cliaplain; Df. Joseph freiivgold, surgeon; James Williams, trus­ tee, one year; Williant Mont­ gomery, two years; John Arciiri, three years; Raymond Lacque, adjutant; Georget Pidfeon, of­ ficer of the day;’ Robert Tier- n e y, service officer; Joseph King, historian; Thomas Burke, hospital chairman; Floyd May- rand, public relations officer. T Ji e architectural firm of Stracher and Borrowman has opened,a general practice of­ fice in Schenectady. The part­ ners are ..Donald.- G. Stracher aiid James D. Boirowman. Mr. Bor- fovviftaii,- son ;oi Sirs. /Meta Bof- fowman\ of this village, aM the late i)r. Roy Borrowanan, was associated for five years' •'sVithr^ the agricultural and engineer­ ing firm* o(f Kideney, Smitit and. Fitzgerald in Buffalo. He vvas\ a .senipr-architect for three yews in. the New York state architects- office. 'Mr. , &orrowma'n is- a member of the Fort Edward Ma- iiSonic; lodgey ^tlj 6 .;Schehec-- tady Curling: club anti the Ainer-' ica'n Institute of Architects. He served, fpr six years, in the na- tiondl guardr- i (frfra aR■ v E IN I HI AIR f BH P^CHANICVIli? j, SCHAGHTlCOK l £ L WED. tbru TOES. • (One W e e k ); 4 APRIL 24-30 2 Color . Hits \ V A IIF Y 0P DOLLS\ 2nd Hit — SUE LYOIt “FLIM-FLAM MAN” H D R I V E - I N * RT, 67 ATHAWAY'S 1 Ml N OF HOOSICK FALLS. N. Y. FR I, 'SAT, SUN 2 BIG ACTIOH HITS— In Ctilor a c a d e m y / a w a r d W IN N E R P A U L NEW MAN COOL HAND r ~ i KISS THE GIRLS & MAKE THEM DIE M ICH A E L CONMORS DOROJH y PRO V ID E ' —Mr. an^i ijMrs. Henry Kl'ahr of Albany aalled Sunday on Mrs. Alvin Hatcii. ; —Rev. -GSlayles Anker is. at­ tending a national Council of Churches ia Chicago, ' . - —James Tbondas -.of Albany was a diiiier ^uest of his aunt, Mrs, Jannes Petit, ,a?id family.' -v-— Dou_gla 5 P.,ffiatcih and, daugti- ter, Miss Imaljeth Hatch, of Kalamazoo, it.ich., were.- guests of Mrs. Alvin Hatch over the week end. ’ —Mrs. Charles Anker is a guest of John P. Feidt in. Phil­ adelphia this week. They are both delegates to the Reformed church Women’s. Triennial con­ vention which is meeting in Philadelphia this .week. The value of New York vege­ tables for processing, in 1#67 was almost $21 million, 14 per cent above 1966. «« ACHENBACH’S . 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