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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, October 02, 1975, Image 13

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- S t a t e P o l i c e R e p o r t i The state police of the Salem station report re­ cent activities as follows: On September 11 Wil­ liam Stevenson of New Haven, Conn*, received facial lacerations and multiple contusions in a one car accident on .Route 40, Argyle. Stevenson approached a curve at excessive speed and crossed route 40, striking a tree and guard rails. He was ticketed for impru­ dent speed by Trooper P.B. Relyea, who inves­ tigated. On September 12, Har- -old R. Goman, Warrens- burg road, Stony Creek was arrested on a charge of issuing a bad check by Trooper R.E. Endee. On his plea of guilty before Greenwich Justice Thompson, he was 'sen­ tenced to thirty days in Washington county jail. Goman is 19 years of age. On September 13, Ern­ est Cleveland, Star Route, Salem, was arrested on a charge of harassment, which stemmed from a complaint made by a neighbor, Meta Stein- berg. -Trooper R.A. Pain- ter arraigned Cleveland before Justice Cummings who released him for another appearance. Pearl Leonard, Green­ wich, was arrested on September 16, charged with issuing a tad check by Troopers J.S. JJean and R.A. Painter. *8116 pled, guilty before Justice Thompson, made resti­ tution and was given a one-yar conditional dis­ charge. On September 1'7 Har­ old R. Goman, sentenced to Washington county jail for thirty days, was charged with four more counts of issuing bad checks by Trooper M.D. GREENW ICH JO U R N AL Thursday, October 2,1975 SALEM PRESS Page 13 Wescott1. A warrant has been lodged at the jail for his arrest,and at that time he will appear before Salem Town Justice Warren Bandel. T5n \September 19 Troopers Endee and He­ bert\ arrested Edward C. Becket Jr., age 24, of Sdhüylervilie for harass­ ment, on complaint of Pauline Burch, R.D. 1, Öranville. He will appear. before Hebron Justice Howard Crosier at a later date. On September 21, Ser­ geant D. Pushee arid Trooper R. Relyea in­ vestigated a personal in­ jury accident oft route 40, Argyle. The operator, Dana M. DePew, age 18, McRae street, Fort Ed­ ward, was täken to the Glens Falls hospital in serious condition. On September 21, Troopers Dean and He- bert located a seven foot marijuana plant growing' in the middle of an area; dump. The plant was removed for destruction. ' On September 22?,/ Troopers Relyea and Car­ penter were called to thé : Innisfail tavern by Richard*; Young, age 36, R.D, 2,, Greenwich, who claimed that his wife had been kidnapped and forced into a car. Investigation de­ termined that she had' driven herself home and the complaint was un­ founded. Mr. Young was charged with public intox­ ication and committed to Salem jail by Jackson,. Justice Francis Ackley. - He later pled guilty and was fined $10. On September 25, Ethel Michel of R.D. 2, White­ hall, was struck by a car as she walked across county, route 45, town of Argyle, from a parking lot to, Sherwood Medical plant where she is employed. An eastbound car oper­ ated by Gary S. Rock, age 18, of Hartford, struck the Woman with the right fender as she stepped into the roadway. She was taken by Argyle Rescue squad to Glens Falls hospital and sustained fractures to both legs and the left hand, and head lacerations. No charges were placed against the operator by Trooper R.J. Hebert. On September 26 Dar- ,rell R. Bowtin, age 18, of Granville, was charged with failure to keep right after the car he was operating crossed route 40 in North Argyle and struck a tree and house owned by James and Emily Cuth- bert of R.D. 2. Bowtin and a passenger, Brian Bowtin were treated for lacer- ations. Trooper Winslow charged the operator with failure to keep right. Also during this period, a total of seven personal injury and four property damage accidents were investigated. fiftORE IMAM ACAPEMIC/ , A LOT O F OJOWUEP6E CAU BE GATHER&P AT o t h e r PlAC€S THAU COLLEGE. E A C H YE A R , M O fZ £ THAN p O f O O O yOUWG M E N AUP WOMEN K U t I R M H i P BY THE BUSIME&S' A mp recHtfiCM. schools oPEMto BV jMTEBNA-riONAL TELLPHOMfc M P TELEGRAPH CORFOBAHON, A COMPANY WITH SO C IA L E65P£>NS|0lury. NAWY OO OH TO A LASflMb, !>e»SL>wMLY R E W A R P IU 6 . S A V E C A S H j i WITH THESE / ' COUPONS 'ALLCOLORS BATHROOM TISSUE _ OTTONELLE I « ^ T I S S U E I I « „ ..r. Ä Q < 5S I I 4 ro \T “ W a*™» I Fort Edward Harvest dinner October 11 Star of Hudson Chapter of Order of the Eastern Star will hold a Harvest ham dinner on Saturday, October 11, with servings at 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Ticket reservations may be made with Mrs. Ed­ ward Purinton or may be purchased at the door. A sale bazaar will be held at 1 p.m. throughout the afternoon with such items as house plants, fancy work, children’s toys, candy and food sale, white elephant and Christ­ mas articles. Seba circle plans bazaar The Seba Banker circle of the Village/ Baptist church will hold a bazaar on Friday, October 10, and Saturday, October 11, in the church parlors. Handmade items will be featured in the Christmas gift and ornament booth, along with the handcrafts booth. There will also be a country store booth and a refreshment booth. Hours on Friday will be from 5 to 9 p.m., and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The refreshment booth will be open on Saturday only. Mrs. Geraldine Fish is chairman of the event and proceeds will be used for the benefit of the church. To wed Fashion show set in spring NOt RESPONSIBLE FÖR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS PRICES AND OPFERS EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., OCT. 4 At a meeting of the Fort Hudson Nursing home auxiliary held last week, plans were made for the fall fashion show and card party to be held October 27. It was decided to rent the Knights of Columbus hall in Hudson Falls for the event since the dining lounge in the nursing home may not be available because the new wing is expected to open some time this fall. Mrs. Hilda Pratt and Mrs. Jean Sullivan, co-chairmen of the ways and means committee, will work out plans for the change in location for the fashion show and card party. Mrs. Bernice Cook and Mrs. Carol Glidden will make posters foT the event, assisted by Mrs. Anne Gallup. Mrs. Lou Tubbs, auxiliary chair­ man, will act as publicity chairman. Obituary NEWELL K. MacDONALD The death of Newell K. MacDonald, 77, occurred Sunday, September 28, at the Glens Falls hospital following a long illness. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at the Carleton Funeral home, Hudson Falls, with the Rev. Clinton CarteT, pastor of the United Methodist church of Fort Edward, officiating. In­ terment was in Union cemetery. Born May 3, 1898, in the town of Stony Creek, Mr. MacDonald was the son of the late John and Ada Stone MacDonald. He married the former Aletha VanDusen on No­ vember 18, 1925. Mr. MacDonald worked for many years at the International Paper com­ pany in Fort Edward, and for 18 years he worked at the General Electric com­ pany in Fort Edward as a toolmaker. He retired in 1963. Mr. MacDonald was a member of the Indepen­ dent Order of Odd Fellows,, lodge 267f Fort Edward. Besides his wife, sur­ vivors include four daugh­ ters, Mrs. Robert Boevin of Gansevoort, Mrs. Jo­ seph Duguay of Corinth, Mrs. Francis Bacon of Fort Edward and Mrs. Orlin Tremaine of Albany; 21 grandchildren; two great grandchildren; two brothers, Lawrence of Gansevoort and Leslie of Hudson Falls; five sisters, Mrs. Delbert Havens of Hudson Falls, M^s. How­ ard Creaser of Fort Edvard, Mrs. Jessie Ste­ vens of Whitehall, Mrs. Edward Castle of Sunny­ vale, Cal., and Mrs. Thomas Smith of San Diego, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Hayes have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mary Cather­ ine, to John Joseph Haile, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Haile of Poughkeepsie. Miss Hayes, a graduate of Fort Edward high school, class of 1974, is employed at the Fort Hudson Nursing home. Mr. Haile was grad­ uated in 1972 from Hen­ drick Hudson high school in Montrose and is em­ ployed at Skybel Tissue mills in Greenwich. An April wedding is planned. T o w e d M a y 21 Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Witherell have announced the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Ann. to David Jeffrey Ar­ mando, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Armando of Fort Edward. Miss Witherell is a 1975 graduate of Fort Edward high school. Mr. Armando is a 1972 graduate of Hudson Falls high school and of Adirondack Com­ munity college. He is employed by Waggaman and Collyer Contractors of Glens Falls. The wedding will be an event of May- 21. REMEMBER: you can buy low-cost life insurance at H O M E SAVINGS BANK OF UPSTATE NEW WRK Call Dorothy TeflFt 692-2233 131 Main Street, Greenwich, N.Y.

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