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Essex County Republican. (Keeseville, N.Y.) 1839-1989, April 10, 1979, Image 12

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.-*?\ Ice Ft«Jki»g~ On *fc« Way OuL #\\ # Trout FUkimg— On the In. . One season, ice fishing, going out, as the shanties are being removed. WILLSBORO Mildred L, Gra KIBITZER Few married couples would mind visits from their mothers- in-law if it didn't mean just another mouth to heed. United Methodist Uiurch Rev. Alberta M« Sheldon, Pastor Sunday, April 12 9:30 A.M. Worship Service. Sermon \Who Builds The King- dom?\ 9:30 A.M. Church School for nursery thru grades 1-2. 10:30 a.m. Church School for grades 3-4 thru youth. 6:30 P. M. Youth Fellowship. Monday, April 13 2:35 P.M. Youth Membership class at church. 6:30 p.m. Choir practice Tuesday, April 14 9 A.M. Informal study at the parsonage. 7:45 P. M. Administrative Board meeting. The wSCS wish to thank every- one for their fine cooperation in helping to make the recent Food Sale so successful, in spite of so many local people being away on Easter vacation at that time. Al- so our thanks to those who left contributions before they left. Congregational United Church of Christ ' 5u53ay, April 12 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Church School April 15 2:30 Junior Choir rehearsal. 3 Senior Choir rehearsal. There will be a Family Night covered dish supper on April 24 at 6 p. m # in the Wadhams Church Hall to which the members of theWillsboro Church are cordially invited. At this time Miss Hed- wig Shaeffer of Repur, India, will speak. PERSONALS It is good to know that some of our mends who have been in the hospitals are at home again. Mrs. Inez Neal who was a pa- tient in Physicians Hospital for so many months, is very happy to be in her home again. We hope she will not have to return to the hospital. Mr. Wesley Hos- kins was able to come home on Friday and Mrs. Mary Shedd has also returned home. Word has been received that the brother of Mr. Sydney Tripp passed away before Easter. Mr. £ Mrs. Tripp have been with him all winter. They hope to go to Virginia for a short rest and then come back to their summer home about the first of May. Friends of Miss Mabel Mason of E*sex will be socrv to hear that she is a patient in the E- lizabethtown Community Hos- pital. All hope she will soon be able to return to her home. Mrs. Edward Blanchard has as her guest her aunt, who has just undergone surgery in MaryFletch- er Hospital in Burlington, Vt. Mr. & Mrs. Benny Young have moved into the Clarence Jaquish home on the Essex Rd. At present writing Miss Rhonda Kenyon is a patient in Physicians Hospital following an auto ac- cident on the Northway neanthe Keeseville Exit. Her car was de- molished. Much sympathy is felt for the family of Mr. Earl MacDougal who passed away last week. Volunteers at Work on Cancer Drive Town Chairmen as announced by Mrs. Grant Johnson, Crusade Chairman for Essex County, are: Mrs. Mildred Brown, Bloom- ingdale; Mrs. John Touchey, Jr. Crown Point; Mrs. John Denton, Eli2abethtown; Mrs. Gerald Jack- son and Mrs. Arnold Crowning- shield, Essex- Whallonsburg; Jay and Upper Jay, unannounced; Mrs. Alphonse Hamner, Keene- Keene Valley; Mrs, Whitmore, Keeseville; Mrs. James Rogers m, Lake Placid; Mrs. Thomas Cross, Lewis; Mis. Leonard May- ville, Grover Hills; Mrs. Dom- irrick Ida, Mrs. Harold Thomp- son and Mrs. Charles Garvey, Mineville; Mrs. Alfred Morton, Moriah-Moriah Center; Mrs. Jo- se nh Mazzottd, Witherbee; Mrs. Joim Harland, Port Henry; Mrs. John Mullance and Mrs. Roland Francisco, Minerva-Olmsted- ville; Mrs. Fred Raymond and Mrs. Jesse Rumfeldt, Newcomb- Winebrook; Mis. Heibert Narsh, RayBrook;JamesGregory, Schroon Lake; Mrs. Horace Dezalia, North Hudson-Blue Ridge; Mrs. Joseph Daly, Paradox; Mr. G Mrs. Ricn- ard Carney, Ticonderoga; Mrs. Edmund Gibbs, Streetroad; Miss Dorothy Hawley, Wadhams; Mrs. Bruce Phillips, Westport; Kiwanis Club, John Ball, Willsboro; and Mrs. Earl Unger, Wilmington. Another season coining in, trout season opened April 1st. Couchey to Head Program Sidney Couchey of Essex, wide- known artist and cartoonist, will be guest entertainer at a Family Night Supper inthe United Meth- odist Church, Keeseville, April 15, at 6:30 P.M. There will also be musical selections by Douglas Knight, Everyone is urged to attend. Bring a covered dish and place setting. The program has an appeal for all ages. i4 These days about the only thing you can be sure of get- ing for a nickel is five pen- nies.\ PAPER HANGING Interior and Exterior Painting FREE ESTIMATES FRANCIS BELANGER Keeseville. New York Phone %34-9721 Spring Clean-Up Time Glidden OIL & LATEX PAINTS IMPERIAL WALLPAPERS *See Oir Large Selection With 5 Ytar Gwraitee ARMSTRONG Commercial & Domestic Floor Covering YOCR DOLLAR BUYS MORE AT YOL'R TRUSTWORTHY STORE KEESEYILLE w Hardware Inc. iff KEESEVTLLE V Y LINDLY Shop around for low-cost financ- ing At least, be sure to look into our Auto Loan rate See how rr-'uch you ca n save' 'THE BANT. OF FRIENDLY SERVICE 11 ESSEX cdUNTY- U' . Unarnnlain 1 jational arnp SEW - Federal Deposat Insurance Corporabon ESSEX COUNTY REPUBLICAN-NEWS. Friday, April K, 197

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