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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, December 25, 1975, Image 6

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®0|3OURNAi - .:- v '^ S ^ E g p | | p ) S S - ': : '^Iiiilr6<9.a^* <'*- ' •t- ‘i -.- • ■ .... - •' y -.'•••— • •; -;• ' - * ÿ -- • . >•*•«* ' ,'\'\F •'' ' »v 'i>.;ij|!y^iiu i'iXXj11'.!\ mmì\«\ r i • s 1. • H- '.- -t''i'ft \ 4i $•• ■ i* t i r i p i p l i $ ’■ |É ^ S P ; ; r asfe* -Sltëirn s. •• ;■*,,, i .,. :, ,,4r i '4VV^Ç*&T*W**\ ■* ;•« *i--. ' ^ \ WiL*w •j& m f à & é S & y .. .’Slonàay; :o||Mïlî,. •* ' X î V ■ JsT* Jf ’’'\J*(**- I : v ' '*—Mi-, and ] Mrs: *,’ Hitt •; ttam^apnd ol.l'qit E d l^ l.' ;' wei&ffci^Ms T^es$ay,£ve-: >J ning of M.rs. •.^ry!ll».vj ■¿t^nondv':.' .* ; . „.*,;’ /* - VMr. ftti Mrs, Horace Day of wartfoj^ - tifeie : callers Thursday after- ■ noon of'Mrs,*A.J. Day; ‘—.Mis, .(Jliffordi W&for *, bum was called to War- rensburg Monday because of the death 6 i. her brother, -William Moffitt. • C h r i s t m a s c a r o l e r s t During the week of December 15, -the students of Salem central school caroled downtown in the business section of Salem. Each day one group of grades performed by singing Christmas carols for approxi­ mately a 60-minute concert. Every child from kindergarten through the sixth grade had the opportunity to make a contribution to this group endeavor. On returning to school, the children provided Christmas music in the courtyard of the -high school building, singing around the Christmas tree which' had been decorated by the various classes. The true spirit of Christmas was displayed by these youngsters with their lovely voices. Seasons .Greetings W e at ABRAM S ’ STORE ' i. ■ ,■ . Wish All Our Friend* ■ • -'t- the Merriest of All Christmases H A P P Y H O U D A Y *-■ ‘3 '*+ ^ • v v '^ 'ï v' ' ? r •w ishourcustóm iria very ;hcrppy hotldTây sètìsón* i ! g Black Coach Country JJ Open Cfiristm^s ^9-12 3inÿ-5^'IUf. ;New ^aiifSiien‘ ftll Day ,* v Brownies give holiday play Brownie troop 118 held their Christmas play De­ cember 17, and many parents attended. The name of the play was The Secret. The girls are Lis$ Washburn, Terri O’Neil, Christine Dunham, Deb­ bie Ely, Marcella Hart, Brenda Dunn, Carol Saun­ ders, Susie Coffway, De­ nise Beattie, Karen Rogers, Vy4 the future I Children’s com m ittee \ donations Contributions for the Washington County Chil­ dren’s Committee are being received by chair­ man of the drive, Mrs'. Joan Green. Mrs. Green is very appréciative of the geàerosity of the friends of'‘‘our children.” ' ^Contributions have -.y*, 'i -.few .’ t - tàà'Mfstiwntès *jt/gk I f 'X'rM :r ^m ^Mm&r warren rimd^earn Bandel, Ralph Brown Jr., ; ' ( • ' Jiames, Clune, John A i ' -■* Doane, Lloyd Felmly, graduate *; Irving5 Gréëni Charles. ... ■ . •\'L. , GOesrGeorge Güctoêst, ’ c CarîltR o ^ « | o f ëerald. Gftchresfc, Donald , ® f m» ^ , Hanks, Albert Hanna, studente at Mm ay State Walter Johnson, Ray Lau- : diversity, Këntucky, who der, ,-Norman Merrill, have filed apphcations for Henry 'Musser, tavëme •. degrees at m^-year. Stu- •Parrish, Richard Pêkins, dents who “ e appioved John Rich,'Harold Saper- ’'sfem> «'Lesley Swinton, t^ lto d Sherman,Sr., É1- Wood Shalèr, Dàn~ ShelT - donv ^ 'Ernest Tarantitio, fr^ftcis Taylor, ' Richard Wloslow. % y , Ms. Ella Abrams, Janet . Cjary, ^eled^ Duby, Doro- , S' thy JîuJjbard,; Ctssîe » : Jjkto&r H^feii Marshal^ •• ^ r.p ^ M 8 ÎÎ# F e iB ^ / J: „'OrioiC^ Jiàiiciii jfarpsh, ïâpsè ièck, jftfiic&SpaU- ClïlZÇnS for graduation at mid-year will ■ receive degrees by mail and may participate in, cap tod gown cere­ monies %it the end of the school year. —Mr. anS Mrs. Gary Cottrell of Fort Orange, Fla., were Thursday visi­ tors at the home of their uncle and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt West and Miss Clara Barkley. —Private Andy John­ son, who is stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado, is spending a 15-day leave with his p&rents, Mr. and Mrs.\ David ibhason. pantos are on f seven-day .cruise, tql?the\ Virgin fejjands. '¿hem ih # J c e l e b r S 1» 1» wadding anniveiraary. . ,—Mrsl Fanny Scarfo ieft,Wedriesday to. spend Christmas with her fam­ ily, M ivand Mrs, Donald Allen' aid children and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scarfo. —Mr. and Mrs. Nicho­ las TeBorflo of Princeton, N.J., arrived ;Monday and Ernest TeBor^0 North- port on Tuesday to spend the. Christmas holiday witiii their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Te- Bordo. — Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dubuque and son , of Plattsburgh spent the week end with her par­ ents, Mr. and Mrs, Ted JJarkley. — Mr. and Mrs. Horace r Chadwick and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morrison and ' — Mr. and Mira. Kevin Kelly of Cohoes are the parents of \ son, Philip Jay, bom December t 2 at Leonard hospital: in Troy. Mrs. Kelly is the former Patty Smith. —Mr. and Mrs. David Davis of Montpelier, Yt„ were Sui^dày callers of Mr. and ' Mrs; Edànumd TeBordo./ — . — Mr.,and. Mia'. Jomes Christensen of.Troy were Süridày^itbrsHfMr.''^bd Mts.^fibei« Cèriététòèni ' %The.régulà£-hibntHly meeting of the Salem Fish and Game club has been postponed ubtil Thursday, January 8. : Q t â t i ï u t i I W O E B . As the atoundi o f Christmas rlt»^ out across fhe land, we hope that the holi­ days faring only ioy. Andy’s Mobil Station returned bome after adihg a few dayk ih fi^^Vork city visiting ? ; Ômbiuiuo,: tó d i tee. Mfi, m ' -tJ 10 f m i k 1225 - ; l-i Mecrtorial hospital. > Santa's (àll -packè'd .andréadytó deli ver , our wórinwishes far a happy holiday. ~ - Greètì#I|:H' 69ì*~im ■ —;Mrsi Lilli^i A^zata ha^Hetittned; friim ? Jh? Mary McClellan hospital in Carfthndge. She was taken there following a fall in the home of her daughter,; Mrs. lieaore Jackso», where she now makes her home. Sympathy is ex­ tended, to the family of .Mrs. Viola Amedon who died last week in Ddrset, — There will not be a donation supper at the Congregational churcih in Rupert for the month of January. . v ' f ':K; J'û Thei Christmas free... vj .. W ,May yoyrs, be 'bright andi'gay iond sur­ rounded W iih,f|iifts for ¿nd from ¿11 o f yoor lovegf ones. * t Bernice B. Eich REAL ESTATE, BROKER S a fern k-i . Here comes Santa with our fondest wishes for a most joyous Christ­ mas season. May we. tell you how much we enjoyed serving you. McCauley & Tucker Oil Co. Salem - *»- *■ «•■*> *-■ «- —- >--»» *h iti ~fci ^ ii mi -fc vai -k ■>*» ■ * ‘ v . V **:\' c*. ^ fe d m \ o B e it For a M e rry Christmas and i Happy New Year * > . PAYN E « ' ' SERVICE STAlto’N Salem A bright aackiing, joy- fiiled holiday to ail our friends. Junction Building Supply * Salem , N . Y. \ festive ligKts teflect fhe happy spirit of the sea­ son. We wish that spirit may tiring every joy to you. CHAIN SAW BUD CLARK'S SAIES Gita SERVICE - Salem^ N.: Y. - Our sineereit thanks to oil our customers for fUsÿWÎ patirò»»®#, May -you and fou»««î<iîy ^8i flhî fWÏy hoppÿ JioJI- f • 4cqr. ^ irti! J Ondawa Jjigpwÿ- Coop. ISûlern’ , %, •Tl- { /“'V t Ì; j; iJV--

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