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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, June 27, 1968, Image 9

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* : f t\: i>} I 4;. ' ~f&68 .... it t r r t E IEA 6 UE ,f, Jennings,£f .theLions tossed «$**, A Ifour-hitter>»as. the ; .Lions > Jbat- K / W f l . 4 h e . J ® k s 122 last;Thurs- f e ' • -day. The Lions ipicked up jiight lfe' ' s of their runs in the . last df the fifth to, put the game out of fi~ reach. Jennings and. DeRagon each had a pair of hits far the Hons, and Weeks-had two of the hits* • M tS'eik* W i A B R HBB P f •*& Mann, c — ----- 2 1 1 1 >K. ®aptpnV.2b _— .-2 1 -0 .0 - - • - - o , 0 cf 0 2 0 »0 1 <0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 .o 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 k : r 1 / r I I ir; Ir h ifc . I; H - . Rf- Mi P. Hoffmp, cf — 3 •E. Weeks;-p -------- -3 S.friPeltier, l<b ----- 3 G. Lyons,Jf ______ .3 J, Galvin,-rf ------ 3 C. Dannenbecg. -Sb t3 E. Lihdoll, ss#r___ 2 Totals ____ 24 Lio’ns dO) AB R 1 H BB Deragori, ef ___ 4 1 2 0 C... Mullen, *21) ___ 3 1 1 0 E*aEdgerly, c ----- >2 1 - 0 1 B. Morehouse, If . 3 2 1 0 G. Campbell, 3b __ 3 1 1 0 Jj, Jennings, p ----- 3 1 2 0 C.KKuzmich, ib .3 0 0 0 G.-.vMesick, r f ___ 1 2 0 2 ^B.^Morehouse, ss. 2 1 0 0 Totals- ____ 24 10 7 0 *flBit 'by pitched ball; umpires, «E.iX|ang and P. Getty; time ef game, 1 hour 20 minutes; at­ tendance, 45. REBUILT TRANSMISSIONS INSTOCK ; 58-61 Turbo ’-Glide 58-64 Chevrolet-.V -8 k60-61 Plysmomth,. 6 Cyl * 60-62 Falcon, J-J^peed -62-64. -V -8 Plymouth 63 Olds Slim Jim 63-64 Ghev Power Glide, 6 Oyl 64-65 Ford 0-4 Cruisomatic 65-66 Chevrolet LYLE'S ATLANTIC Transmission Svc ‘m a x m . . PHONE:63&8838 & m a s * jr.* \ . , B —P A $ S 3 t1 , \it1 n In-a--Slammer' VFW-iotiH^ the Jets- Friday ana^dn&b^fife scorie of .15-13. .>S. *-Ba,trick J t a W W with five hits. Mc^. Quade ahd T. 'Bain eachhsiii three- hits for the Jets. Jets (13) AB R H Bft ®{lair,s\SS — r— #4-:>{L >21 T. Martin, 2b _L__ u 3 1 1 i S. Ash, Sb, p -— H 1 1 0 D. MiQuade, c __ 'H 3 3 0 T. Bain, l'b ______ 4 3' 33 v*0 T. ilenley„'P,''3!b— ;^3;*2 .'-l 4 : > T Weir’ r f a ? » o i'The vSpping%art(£cap fourna- s.' w e ir .V c f: : : : : : * 1 -wo-,* ? * , •M. Catalfimo,i <;f __ *2 '<0 # 1 0 oluto-ms ,woja by J.*Oroiain who f6. Woods, If i-2 0 0 0 defeated’Trfiver. f Ab’bott, jlf - —^ ^ 4 ^^^gyjltisaw.juetfflifBs iwron' Totaj \ ____ '29 13 la 'S fey S tou ts swith dD^„ Nash VFW (15) ' \AB 'R H BB ............... c >T), . r ,o „,n - iSuiidjy 'rin ;a -match 'between « w a T ■' i O r, flo^attehkiHtaitd5‘Brokhawen the News fwmij ■ft ’ . ' »l O 2 • V 'S '-visiting • club won - by a ‘ large P, JKirkrib . ^ ^ - .3 T. Stewart, c f ----- 2 J. Darfler, p,. c ___ 3 D. PatEiqk,>ss ----- 2 j ' S t t WlfII, 2b \ *4 1 1 o ^ ® ’1 jan<l MeSrou^, M.; low T Pratt --------- 9 i ft Vggross/ GtJliins,©^., |n(li-Pushee, i S 1°^^ G; Strainer, r f ___ 1 0 0 . ) -. 5 __ _ . _ l j • W e a s t W B a t { # m (lOd., came T o tals ____ 30 15 '9 iW '-ior sqme-llory, lin sjiite of ‘Hit by pitehed <bajl; i M n p i r e s . l ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ R. McMorris and j; ^'Brownell nt rr-Duitet ■ lunch'was - -served •during' Ume.of tgame, 1 h Q u r ^ O iiW in - ^ .^ - ^ ^ ^ ] . utes; attendance, 55. EHks^shaded tthe.«fets*4>yvihe _ _____ _ : score of 4,to..2 despite - t i e J a c i t , ^ ^ ^ 1^! tb* thab-Jet -pitohers issued, m-bases on balls Monday. In what must, 3°„’ ” least par,t tulfe' be a lesspn in futility the Elks | Svltaay, Jujie^3Q(-.the,5Mapo2iiii had three walks and three open.will be played, and a.feuffet singles in the first inning and served^ All member^ are asked scored only one run. A heads-! ent?r- up double play -from MeQuade | * ■' to catcher Bain to third -base- I I'j-i.-r n man, Martin stopped the.scoring r T C P l S © O lT O w V r . in that inning. The Elks didn't have another hit a£ter~the first. Doug McQuade had the only extra 'base hit, a dou>ble. -Elks (4) AB: R H.BB R. Mann, c — 1 1 0 3 K. Barton, 2 b ___ 2 P. Hpffman, cf ___ 2 E.' Weeks, s s ------ 3 S. Peltier, 2 b ___ 3 G. Lyons, I f -------- 3 *J. Galvin, r f ___ 0 R. Dannerrberg, 3b 0 ■E. Liddell, p . . . 'theaafternbon. ‘A return matc^ will 'be —Mr§, rJoan. Lapitsky sant® ’iamily were dinner guests Surf: ulay of.‘Mr,, and Mrs. Raymond -^Brinkman in -Scotia. -rjlrs. .Meda Craig of Gxan- igerville .enteitained.for dloner ^Sunday Mr. and ‘ Mrs. \^fllaild; iHovve and' Mrs. Heripan Lindahl, -—Tuesday evening Mr^. An­ na ;Ricketts and .Mrs\ Matilda Luijgdrem. o,f Schuylerville were ckllerg. at. the home of Herman' Lindahl. - ' —Mrs. Jaines Redd and. ehil- :dren,..Lori and ICaren of H>;atts- ville, M4-, are spending ? the ,w«fek .with- her mother, --MfS'. ijMjrtle'.Duket, . —Sunday evening Mr. a n,d vltrs. -James Jlorris and daugh­ ter, Mrs, Nedra Russell of Sehuy- lerville were visitors o£ Mrs, iHerman Lindahl. - - -T-rJIrs. Winfred Taylor a n d ,’daughter oi Gansevdort called >at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. Roger 'Sherman and Mrs. Lucy Clements ]ait week. :—Mr, -a iv (1 Mrs.. Lawrence 'Reel of Facraingham, Masts., vis­ ited his grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Clements and Mr. a n d Mrs. Roger Sherman on Sunday, -MMrs. - Herman Lindarhl ac­ companied her sister, Mrs. Paul SRiff to the Glens Falls hospital where-Paul Skiff was admitted for observation and treatment last week. • s, -^•■0ongratu!'atinns is extondesd to 'the graduates of the com-, rauoity. Thjey are Donna Squires, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Earl 'Squires and John Sherman,, son of \Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman. —Mr. and Mrs. Iri MeCue spent -the -week and -with their 1 0 0 1 Total - Jets (2) B. Woods, I f ......... 0 J. Henley, 3b, p T. Bain, c _______ D. McQuade, ss — S. Ash. lb, 3b .... T. Martin, cf, lb D. Bain, p, c f ----- S. Blair, 2 b ........... F. Weir, r f _____ Sunday, Jane 30, at f* ajn., 0 O 2 the Cambridge -SaddLc club “ - horse show and gymklisina will 1 J ? take place >at ithe clu-b grounds, * 'JJ - just off route 22 at. Birllard's * ~ orchards stand hetwee n Cam- ~ bridge tmd Salem. 'Registration i n n i wl11 take--Place'(the ud#y» of'the .1 0 U J show, 'Mrs. Mary Groanert of ~ ~ ~ ~ Ballston 'Spa wlii }udge_ ‘ ' Classes will include halter AB R HBB ciasses f0r English and western ® \ horses, iTennessee' W a liters, 0 ® Welsh and-Shetlarict’typQ,ponies, J j andifor this.- year’s ;fool_ Therd 1 i will' te ibeginning riding classes * J: fori.the.young: jider,.<<'i leadline J* class,«ponies'lurider sdiWle,. and W w ntojadrti*& 'ift^ rjl) 3 2 1 2 *0 3 0 2 >0 2 >0 2 0 1 ?0 ® pleasure and liorsemtipsiiip or \ - equitation ..hlasaes : fox all ..age 0 1 groups 'from ’tbe -youpgest to At Lant’s — Gossayima1fMke (GAMES — PRIZES — REFRESHMENTS groups 'from ’the ryoupgest ; » „ _ thoese «o»eri30. '<& special class T o taIs......... 17 2 3 7 ^villiehelds Jor:.Tennes»!e wak'- <‘Hit ‘by pitched ball; umpires, ers only, •.western reining J. Brownell, H. Brownell; time . class^and .a jump Class— Sot of games, 1 hour 25 minutes; . gfeon. yliunterfi—-Will_'alseo->he ,in- mttendance, 60. j eluded. ’There aviII ibe t-wo large 1 trophy classes—-one iorr men’s pleasure, - and >one, open to women only,'that is lteld each year, the Mae Adams Memorial trophy cup, won last year by • Susan Hill. •To ' encourage the 'beginning rider >there -will ibe novice class for.liders who ejiad not before >won .a blue - fbbbon in . hoxsetnanship or equittilion in a •recognized show, and & maiden horsemanship e l a s s o=pe n t o •those -who ?have' -not sy&t -won tthreei 'blue-ribbons. An unusual class .will.'»be one. for tbe entire iiamiLy. ‘This ’Will -be j«dged on Cossayuna Volunteer Fire Dept. ANNUAL CARNIVAL Thursday, Ffiday, Saturday JULY 1 1 , 1 2 , BROILER BARBECUE Salem FFA-FHA THURSDAY, JULY 4 12 'Noon 'to 3 'P. M. Salem* Grange • Grounds Rain or Shine Tickets $2.00 in ..aims sr leadlines will be allow-ed and. rules state One to a horfe ofily. A,pleasure driving ..pony class will end the morning events. ‘ The 'a£ter.noca- will be turned over to the onnkhana -ri^ersr ?son ‘and family, '.’Mr. aiid ;vMrs; Maurice MCOiie 4n i.Taaglikeep- sie.’They ■ were«aecoi3ii>aniedi by' their granddaughter, ^ a rbe tt 'Campbell. • v —^Mr. • and -Mrs. IDavid-‘-'Var­ ney spent 'the w«fek -«nd witlr hiS; parents/Mr,-aiid -Mr?. Rich­ ard i!Varney -in Thomson;-- iDavid' has recently been !>tfansferred Jpom .Boston<to -Springfield as operation 'manager for R.'C.A. ■ T-Gtn Thursday evenihg Mrs. Herman Lindahl entertained \ior dinher 'Mrs. .*M£da_ > fetaig raftd ^daughter,' Mrs/'Blanche? 'Craig of ^Saratoga Springs, Mrs. *Ell*a •Blair of Schuylerville and Mrs. Elizabeth vWilliams ,oft SaiStoga •Springs. - —Mrs. rEIla ‘ Lang o f Thom­ son has spent the last two-weeks as guest of--hervson, 'Hr.tand Mrsmiehard Lanll '-aad' lamily ■i'n .Wappinger Falls.. Sle is»vis-' dting this jteek with- & x .daugh­ ter, ..3Vlrsi;Edward;:ReyErolds,.-and family, jn New JeJsej,\ -‘ , Buskirk —.Fred Feathers has lieen a patient at the Mary McClellan hospital —John J. Flynn son of Mr, nnd'-Mrs>-Willard Flynn, a fresh­ man at Siena college was on the dean’s list. —A son, \Thomas Roger was born-June 14 at the McClellan iliospitai to Mr. and Mrs, Wil­ liam G. Barrier. —-The Woman's auxiliary of the Fire company will sponsor a public card party at tlie fire ihouse Saturday, June 2$ at 8 o’clock. —Michacl Halloek^son of Mr, and Mrs, Eugene HaOock a sophomore at EPI was ore the doah’s list. His sister, Catherine was a meinlwr of the, graduating class at tho Cambridge central school on Sunday ervening. Other local young peopdo who graduated from Cambridge were Barbara Baker, daughter tri Mr. and Mrs. Irving Iteker, and Roberk-Worboys, son of Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Worboys, GETS STATE POST William Henrmer of thc town of Queensbury, program direc­ tor at the center for economic education, Stal-e university of New York at Albany, has been appointed to a new post as associate in the bureau of con­ tinuing education curriculum development of the state educa­ tion department. Hemnner was formerly a teacher .at tho Queensbury high schooh .LEGAL.,NOTICE NOTICE _©F -ANWUAL v WEET- •ING ’AND.EJECTION To the qualified -voters .of Central- School MDlsfci’k t ' -No, 1 .of the towns of .Greenwich, Eas­ ton,.. Cambridge, Jackson, Ar? gyle, Hebron, Salem, and Fort. Edward, County, of '.Washington, State. 6f New York. The .undersigned clta'k, of said District hereby gives mostiee that the Annual Meeting'-wSlLbe. held at the school building at Green­ wich, New York on tine 8th day of July, 1968, at 8 o’clock in the evening for tho following purpose. To adopt a budget and levy .a tax upon the taxable property of said district to provide the funds to defray sichooH expenses therein for the school year be­ ginning July l , 1968 ajid eficling June 30, 1969. In addition, to auifeorize the purchase of two sehctej buses in an amount not to exceed a gross siim of $27,000. and to author­ ize the issuance of obligations of the . district «ln .(tccordance with the Education, e tid’Local Finance Law to defiaj the -cost of said buses. Notice is also given that a; copy of the statement of the amount of anoncy wlilch will be required for the ensuing year for school purposes, exclusive of public moneys, nuny be ob­ tained by any taxpn^er in the district at the Middle. Grade School Office, during tlie seven days immediately pjNiefiiig the annual meeting, except a Sat­ urday, Sunday, or liaLidoy, be­ tween the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 pjn. • To elect a trustee Sor a term of five years to succeed Mr. Norman W. Allen, rJiose term expires June 30, 190®. Sec. 2019. Nomination of can-, didates for the office <of member of the Board of Education in fill union free school districts (cen­ tral schools.) In allUiiiion free- sriliool districts (central schools) candidates for the office of member of the Board of Edu­ cation shall be nominated by petition. Each vacancy tipon the Board of' Education to'be filled shall be considered a spe- 'ciftc office. A separate petition shall be required t» nominate a candidate ..tp ea^h separate ,*dffice.\ x Eacfei f^ p - -‘ he adi- i-ireeted. <to ’the ’ cle??k of *%he isch-ooL- ..,dastrdct, ^shal‘\-be -signed ,;ljy at least twentyKfive qualified ^•voters oE the di?t‘riet,‘Shall state- -.Jthe '?ifesiidflwe \ib^ each ;rsigner *an(I;-:!s3iall,state: tlie- A^me and •assiflance- of ,the candidate, and •jSli^ll describe *!the specific va­ cancy- oq ithe ’IBoapd,>6f fEduea- ^tio&'fer -gshioh* thev canjidate 4s motivated, ..which .description iSha31 Lrjclude at.le.ast the length >jof -tefJBi fit dffluse and the name •of' tlies last Incumbent, if <aiiy. JEaoh <E)'etiii6n shall ibe'filed^with (the ‘ v(Ser3c r»of Nthe><jistKict ojot .later ;stlian.’.ithe fourteenth • day prece'i3ins the s&o&l n«e,tjng at -vidiich the caiidldatfes nominated are elected- / I ’jhe-'-. ibove pefition -must J)e filed ■wit'h ■.the^ ' -blerk >oai i »or - -be- '■•fore Tuesday,; June:-25, 1 1'908. '• E’IBASE TAKE FURTHiER. 3STOTIOE that, -the .fo-llowing Proposition will be submitted xto Ahe^roiters:' '' • ^PtopoSifion ’RISOE/VEI): ' %er‘Boafd >oft Educa- ■ition a f \Central Sfelipol-i)istrict ^No. -I '•of ;the ‘-ffiown^-^of• -Green- Awieh, :Easton,. Camhridge, Jack- .- son, A,i;£yle, Salem,-eHe1>roh.tand Tort Bdsvaid, Washington--.Coun­ ty, l^ r lYork,, Js; vherehy. au- tliorJi*ed, -in. connection with the construction of an addition to the .existing High\ School in ' Greenwich at the, estimated cost „of $680,000 heretofore, approved by. tlie roters.at a special n\eet- -iilg- lf*el(3 on 'June .'23, 1967, to . apply not exceeding^!6,000 of -said-eost .tOja^SSional site', ira- provoanesnt consisting of the acquisition of .that certain parcel of larad known as the \Lindsay ■Pi'opca't^”, -heretofore desig- inated as an ..addition to the. !present..High Sohool-site, front-” jr^g j partly on -Woodlawn. Ave- •niie, 'and containing approxi- .mately four acres; - (b) That the estimated total «ost of tthe specific .objects-or • purposes -6f'?l,352;000 tinclud- dng«the.fi§thnatfld costs af 5680,- .000for -the-addition to the High .Sohool- as aforesaid, $24,-000-'’for reconstruction., of the High School, $246,000 for. construc­ tion of an auiditoriuim addition .to' the High School and $402,- OOO • for ■ reconstruction of * -the Middle' Grade School) -hereto­ fore approved a,t said special •meeting -on June 23, 1967, -in­ cluding grading and improve-, ment .ofithe .High School site, the;.purchase of required, fur- aiis-hlngs, equipment, machinery ahdaapparatus, and peeliminary and -incidental costs, shall re­ main ..at $1*352,000, aitd the. tax voted therefor at said special meeting in the aggregate amount, of not exceeding $1,- '352,000 .to be levied and cq I- lected in installments in sjich years and in such amoiuits as rt.^Y be determined by the Board o f ’Education, is'hereby confirmed; (c) That the $1,352,000 aggre­ gate, principal amount <>f serial bonds of the School District authorized in anticipation of said tax at the special meeting on June 23, 1067 shall remain at $1,352,000, and the tax voted at,said special meeting tu pay the interest on such bonds as the same shall becom e due and payable is hereby confirmed, ^une 13, 1968 Jacqueline B. 'Wilkinson District Clerk Greenwich Central School 6—13,20,27; 7—3 POSITION OPEN for Police Pdtrolmara 1 M ilage of Grreenwich / FUliL-TIMI i POSITION ’ , .AT STARTING SALARY OF $4,500 Plus Fringe Benefits I>€taiIsc.o£,5]uailificatL!i>ns Jor jiosiLiou ai«l ipppllcatEoiiiB are available al VilUgr Clerk’s d £ $ce, Contrail iii ly Center. All Applications /! Mutsf beComplefed and Retu rned io Village Clerk's Office - before Friday, June 28 AUCTION SALE —Mr. and Mrs, Norman D, Bott of New Jersey were at their farm for the weeSc-end. —Miss f-Bonn-ie Pralt. has se- .oured summer employment at Putnam hospital in-BeHiaingtoni —rMrs.-JBeverly. Ilari'Eiiglon at ■ended t the funeral of Mrs. Louis -MerOla 6f ‘Eagle 'SBrldge 'last Wednesday morning. . ^Qhildren’S' iday .WiH be held at the United Methodist church during the church hour 11:30 a.m. Sunday, June 30_ SA11 are •welcome. , - -Edgar Phillips.is a patient iTke undersigned will sell at Public Auction at ‘his; at-the-Mary.McClellan \hospital'. farm located . 2 . miles .north of Schuylerville, Just pffi iRoute 4 at Thomson, N.‘Y. \ . ............... . THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 27TH At 7:30 P.M. —Members of the G-oodrich family ,are .sptending. sicme^tame at their farm. —Vacation Bible sehool ses­ sions for the three ch. lurches in .the circuit wilL.he .jheid.-J.uly 1- 5 from n9 a.m. to noon at the Noftih ■ Hoosiek * United -Meth­ odist churfah. —iNew .^hymnals siliave :heen plaeed ' in -the ,sanctuajy of the United Methodist church. Seven \fJZt ’ Vo** yS(> , - it v25 TOP REGISTERED HOLSTEIN COWS, 7 TOP tGRADE HOLSTEIN OOWJS, 10 TOP REG. OPEN . , + _ T„u : . IHEIF-El^ wfflm <5'f. mze % jpaMty. HU&iis da f S o S S ■ ttqp herd*of .catfie, ilii€ia*a^ ^ <*h<s cong»fegjdiQn ^ \ sc 0 WS ace -strictly fresh* £.gp:tijpg&^ .5-heife^ memwyal the late ffor fall,' balance :in'all stages tff ‘lactatieni ^ ' .... .. ........... ........ topportunity i to ,: get >.to.p herd • replacements, as ..tliis is an.-exeeptionally g^oodherd. TERMS—GASH 1 .. ? - ■ ■% <■ v it e - - HARRY ■ ®. ROBLEE MILLER—Auclioiieer r 6 9 2 - 7 1 2 7 » 6 9 2 - 2 9 1 1 GERKY COWNOIt-Sale Mgr. 692-216G '®ffe,i!BerShaCG'oodrich by them bers of .her family. .-4Miss.iJpy llIana'ilt«oii Jdaugh- •‘ter W ''Mr.- and ■'Mrs.. llalcblm tHabriilton, Gerald K and Ken- 'SSPi L ,.l^ e n ,‘Sdfei',SfS5jr. .and Wrs. /Etonefch 'E. '‘Aifeiir and Da- !,vM -P. Skiff, ,son »r Mr. and i®afiii*Skiff: rjr.,HB0naM ; e ; l Eaker. son Of'-Mr. -antf- Mrs. Iffiar-’ old Baker.were members of the graduating < class, at Oatobridge Ri*D!T!Q?' Or QUALITY SINCE 1913 ¥ •II f>i | •• ’v -3r\~

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