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4 p E I # I C H JOURNAL SALEM PRESS Thursday, March 18,1976 rv j Bank elects directors, Jp \ ' ’ \■■■•• advisory boards r R e t ir in g d ife c to r s jGeor|&*Jv Davis .iand Jy fflofeift^^arle were hon- I)|#||byfji|pedi 9 l resolutions pttitKi annual meeting of jm &^Gleos fajls National 'm gpT aar®[ cpmpdny fst^khiolders' held Feb- W 0 . 2 ® ;' Mr. • Sarle was recog­ nized as haying served the SehuyLerville National Bank and Trust company, which merged with Glens Falls National in 1973: ■i Mr. Larson commented ^atefco)der cash, divi­ dends, rose 9.1 per cent an<|. that the hank had recently announced an­ other increase of 11 per fcent in its'quarterly cash ^dividend -rate. L- In. reviewing thebank’s t rogress. during 1975, arson noted that earn­ ings had increased 14.8 per cent to 3.01 per share compared with $2:62 in 1974. The following were elected to serve as direc­ tors: Robert P. Larson, president; Alton C. Warner, owner, Adiron­ dack Research and De­ velopment; John Goetz, president, Ray Supply Inc.; Charles R. Wood, proprietor, Charles R.\ Wood Enterprises: J . . Waiter Juckett, president Sandy Hill corporation; Robert JH. Morgan, senior vice president and mana­ ger Northeastern depart­ ment, Continental Insur­ ance company; Saul Sil- verstein 3 certified public accountant: Louis G. Smith; Bernard F. Mc- Phillips, attorney ; George C. Frost, partner, Rist- Frost associates; Robert Buck, chairman of the ward, Valcour Imprinted Papers Inc.; Stephen’ H. Physioc, executive w e . president; George S. Morse, attorney; Thomas C. Payne, vice president and general manager, northern division, Inter­ national Paper company; O.J.S.,.,He|dbr,ing, presi­ dent, Fort Miller Com­ pany Inc. The Schuylerville ad­ visory board members are: J. Robert Sarle, chairman;' Marjorie S. Sarle; Louis E. Follett; Robert W. Patnaude; Ernest'A. Shapiro; and Glenn J. Varney. Cambridge Valley ad­ visory board- members include: Uraeme FTFar- rish, chairman; Clarence Coulter ^George S. Morse; Charlotte H. Gottry; Wil­ liam 0. Engle; Donald D. Hanks; and Thomas G. Bell. The Greenwich advisory board members are: Sprague J. Wilbur, chair­ man, James A. Catalfirno; John A. Carmody-; Ralph H. Briggs; and John C. Meek, DVM. The Easton 3 S t 0 D Red Cross MISS KATHRYN THOMPSON, Easton correspondent Planning hoard activities 1 i ANNUAL AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 20th, 1976, 9:30 A.M. Term s : G O O D C H E C K O R . C A S H D A Y O F S A L E 4 0 T R A C T O R S - L A T E M O D E L S 1 5 0 M A C H I N E S S E L L S T O H I G H E S T B I D D E R SALEM FARM SUPPLY, INC. SALEM, HEW YORK 1 2 8 6 5 Located ft mile north of Salem on Route 22 PHONE 518-854-7424 MMW0*E0ISi: SMHtEY * mE*H MtlENITHflM The following is a summary- of the Easton Planning board’s activi­ ties during January and February.\\. January 13 An attorney represent­ ing Mr. and Mrs. John Kemmet attended the meeting to;;fifilhe r a request for waiver of the subdivision review pro­ cedure on land which they had purchased on Meet­ ing House road. A public hearing date was set upon advice of the -town at­ torney. January 27 A public hearing was held on the Kemmet property and the Planning board and the Kemmet attorney each proceeded to build a record on which to base a decision. The Kemmet applica­ tion for waiver of pro­ cedure was approved with plat modifications to be 1 completed. A major subdivision proposal on Bulson road and a minor subdivision proposal on Cheese Fac­ tory road occupied the remainder of the meeting February 10 A sketch plan for a k E G A L NOTICE ------ NOTICE Notice is hereby given that (he State Comptroller has caused an-examination to be made of the accounts and fiscal affairs of, the town -.of Easton. Washington Courih for the period jjegiuning on January 1,1973 and endingon December 31,1974* The report of such examination has been filed in, rriy office where it is a public record, available for inspection by all interested persons/ 3-18 • in DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STORE **' On Sale «Thur&,,3/18 thru Sat., 3/20 by mail from Chesebrough-PoncJ’s Inc. whenyou ■SB\ AOs of these fine products minor subdivision on Vly Summit road was re­ viewed. The applicant stated that (he would now proceed fb*survey. The town board and Planning board met in joint session to discuss the building permit’ law. February 24 . * A lengthy discussion was held-with an owner of property on Bulson road on economic \ factors .and proper procedure involved in the development of a subdivision. \ The Suffolk county plan for preservation of agri­ cultural land whereby the county buys development rights was brought up for brief discussion. The board rewrote a list of items for the town board as they had been requested to do at the previous joint session.\ SMALL FIRE At 1:45 a.m. March 10 three trucks from Easton Volunteer fire company station one responded to a chimney fire at the home of Thomas Simoncavage on the River road. There was no damage to the home and all units re­ turned to the station at 2:45 a,m. two trucks stood by their station sh'ould another fire be reported in the Easton fire district. Locals —The Women’s auxil­ iary of- the M a ry/ McClel- ‘ ;$1 in Cambridge Intensive Care' Lotion Regular or Herbal, 10oz ...... ....... 8 7 * Maseiie Intensive Care” B a t h B e a d s , 1 6 o z ..............................................................J B . 7 5 . ##ip^Getton;Swabs, 170s ........ _4 f f § Gutex Oily-Polish Removerr3oz.... \feseline* PetrdeumJelly V k o z .... THURSDAY, ftoAUSXON 'Xy JW SARATOGA SPI»yGS, N E ^ YORK \■ \ ' S0ITOAY 12 i o 6. __ N PIA g r e e n w i c ! h , n e w orders may be given to Mrs. H.K. Idleffian or Mrs. A . L . Rapp onBeadle Hill road. All orders must be made by April 15. '* —The Friends of the Easton library story hour will be held at the library Tuesday, March 23, at 1:150 p.m. Pre-school and kindergarten children may attend. —The Friends of the Easton library will meet at the library Wednesday, March 24, at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Holger VanAller will present a talk and slides on landscaping with -natural shurbs. — —Mr. and Mrs. James Nulty have returned home after spending a vacation in New Port Richey, Fla. —Mr. and Mrs! Ralph Koester marked their 31st Wedding anniversary on March 14. Thecouple held a quiet celebration at their home. They received many wishes and mes­ sages from their relatives and friends. —Mr. and Mrs. Louis -Rapp and son, Joshua Matthew, of Camp Hill, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rapp of Cortland, James Rajip of Los Angeles, Cal., and Kevin Rapp of Fredonia university were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Rapp and daughter, Christine. —Mrs. Bertha Hender­ son returned home from the Mary McClellan hos­ pital on Sunday, —Mrs. Margaret Bor­ den is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elton Borden and family. —Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rapp and soft, Joshua Mathew, of Camp Hill, .. Ja>, and.. Mrs.-Allen Rajip of Cortland, James Rapp of Los Angeles, -Cal., Kevin Rapp of • Fredonia university, and Miss Catherine Rapp were . re,dent dinner guests of and Mr s. Henry Rapp. ~M r. and Mrs. - Nor­ man Allen have returned hotae after enjoying a vacation in Miami, Fla.,, and a Caribbean cruise. chairmen Suzanne J. Peterson, Sandra Elizabeth Periy and Jean L. Rapp of Easton have been named cp-chairmen o f the annual ,_March Red Cross branch fund drive in the town of Easton. Mrs. Peterson is the mother of two children, Heidi and Darifiey. Mrs. Perry is active in Eastern Star, member of Musician 1976, Couples’ club and the United church. She is married to David Perry and is the mother of two children, Scott and Karen. Mrs. Rapp is a member of the United Methodist Women. ,and presently holds office as president. Mrs. Rapp is married to Alois. L. Rapp a n d ia th e mother of five children, Allen, Louis, J[immy, Kevin and Christine. March is traditional Red Cross month and Adiron­ dack chapter, American Red Cross, conducts its” annual fund raising cam­ paign at this time to enable it to continue its various community serv­ ices. Services which are pro­ vided throughout the territory include the full- service blood program, service to nsilitary fam­ ilies, disaster relief work, aquatic lifesaving training and numerous other pro­ grams about which in­ formation can be obtained rom the loctf RelflJross volunteer. O b i t u a r y MRS. HOMER DiXSON A private funeral for Mrs. A ddict. fcixfon, 90, was held' at tft§ Stege- mann and Hack Funeral home in Schaghticoke. Interment was in Easton Rural cemetery. Mrs. Dixson died Saturday evening, Marck’$ ,^ £ V a ii% Rensselae'r>iiiail 6 r,’ I'torCh ’ Greenbush, after a long illness. S' Born in| West Pawletj Vt., Mrs. Dixson was the daughter of Leonard and Josephine LaDeau lane. She went to Easton in 1910-and operated Fryer dairy farm with her husband, Guy M e rrill, until his death in 1946. After the death of her second husband, Homer .Dixson, she moved to Spiegletown where she lived with a son, Guy L. Merrill, for 14 years. Mrs. Dixson was a member ef Eastoa Methodist church. Surviving are four other sons, Fred A. Merrill of Easton, Leonard C. Merrill of Colonie, Neale O. Merrill of Albany, George R. M errill of Nassau; a daughter, Mrs. Edna J. Mezey of West- bury, L.I.; a sister, Mrs. E<ltrar Charboneau of Manchester, Vt..; 14 grandchildren., and 10 great grandchildren. Contributions in mem­ ory of Mrs. Dixson may be made to the Easton- Greenwich Rescue squad. GOOD MULCH Mulch for plants can be peat moss, shredded bark, grass clippings, ‘ leaves, w oodchips, saw d u st, straw, hay, evergreen boughs, piiie needles, peanut hulls, cocoa hulls and certain other organic m aterials. Even such non-plant materials as pebbles, sheets of black plastic, and shredded auto tires—caft—make—a —good* mulch. Mulch is im ­ portant, the Anaerican Association of Nursery­ men points out, to hold moisture, protect roots from sun and keep weeds down. \A woman's fondest wish is to be weighed and, found wanting.” . Walte~r Winchell , CARDOFTHANKS 'Thanks to the doctors,, nurses and members of the .staff' At the Mary McClellan hospital for , their very good csure and kindness to p e during nay recent stay there. My thanks 7also for the xards and flowers and to all who furnished transportation or helped in any way. W illiam a,nd Isabel McGlarty CARDOFTHANKS I wish to express my thanks to all my friends and Easton neighbors who so thoughtfully remem­ bered me with cards, visits and gifts which brightened m y hospital stay. I also wish to express -my -appreciation- to the doctors, nurses and staff at the 'Mary McClellan hospital for their care. Lena Steen CARDOFTHANKS Our sincere gratitude and appreciation to the neighbors ai\d%iends who were so kind to us at the time of the death of our dear husband, father and grandfather; to Rev. Arthur Bagley for his prayers and words of consolation, to the staff and doctors at Mary McClellan hospital and Skilled Nursing facility for their excellent care, to Ruby Tyler for helping out when needed, and to Dr. Ezell for his concern and willingness to respond to a call whenever needed. This all meant so much to us. Ida, Stockbower \ Shirley and Ralph Becjiard' Brian’ \Casuro Patti and Paul DeRitter vC 4 R D O F m W ^ We wish to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors).^ the flowers, cards and many acts of kindness during our recent loss. vtmo-j Mrs., A.P. Wood^&'M ..land Family r w t i o CARD OF THANKSsri , God bless eachygflfJ everyone who had 5$ny part in making our anniversary such a hSBPJf occasion, and we wisfjr.tff express our sincere th?S$9 to our dear, kind relating) friends and neighbor^^r tbe cards, flowers, gifts and sum of money, Marion and Charts Miller . -..ii- CARD OF THANKff^,- I wouTd like to thank my friends and neighbors for the cards, visits and acts of kindness shown during my stay hospitals and since my returh home,. A spgc^l thanks to the Greenwich VFW,. Service Offjcer W illiam J. Kelley .of Westerlo VFW for tfi,e cigars he brought to and Salem Legion Pp?,t 812 for the basket of fadt; Everything was very much appreciated. , < Frank Warm • i- IN MEMORIAM : In memory of Grafiam E. Toomey, who passed away-two years a!go,‘ March 1-7, 1974. 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