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The Lake Placid news. (Lake Placid, N.Y.) 1905-current, October 14, 1955, Image 5

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The groan Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. jGuy Backfeed of WbJteface Inn. Mrs. Rose Ana Siebert was her *'s matron of honor and Ar~ Merrill was beat ansa w*re Sheridan Bfaidferd and Miss Jean Odabohn Eetts, Iter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Bells, Jr. of Cleveland, O. and Lake Placid, was married Saturday to Waiter Baron Wilton Wuso*. son of XJ^chioaki Steams Walton at Hew Tbrfc and the late Mrs. Wilson. The ceremony was performed at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral by dean emeritus, the Very Rev. Chester B. Emerson, assisted by Dean Percy Rex. A reception was tea* at the borne of the bride. Given in marriage by her fath- er, the bride bad her sisters, Mrs. Norman Pierce of MOton. Mass. and Mrs. Edward a WeBs of Washington as matrons of honor. Parmelee Weils, niece of the bride, and Susan Dembrohe Wflson, of the '<& **m ftumney left yesterday to The bride's gown was of ** wlnterin M5aml » •**• - (aprted French chantilly lace over ires«e^teaonanddBuah.| hr | dal gatm, fl^ la^th. It bad Marilyn GovernsTf, spent last'the trsditksMd long sleeves point- visiting relatives to Syra- and Auburn. Mrs. Govemale New York by afar Friday to her husband. Walter, in Jack- Fla. and Mrs. Arthur St Ger- of Montreal were weekend of Mr. and Mrs. George. J« f•£*&=! '<£ \^-^ ed over the wrists and with fitted Peter Pan cottar and a bouffant skirt of nylon tafle and lace. Her fingertip nylon flhnson veB feB from a cap of yw^ntm and sead pearl lied an arm bouquet of white and pom poms. Her attend- Mrs. James Flannigan, who ant wore a floor length dress of spent the summer at the Bota) cxystaJette and velveteen over taf- returned to Wyncote, Pa. feta with a headband of tur- Ojuoise velveteen. She had an arm bouquet of yellow mums and pom Both the bride's and tbe groom's blue dresses and with corsages of yel- low and rust pompoms. The bride was escorted by her brother, Rob- ert Boevia. Church decorations in- cluded vases of yeflow and white Sylvester 0*Haire The totiowlns route designation! have been made by the Itassas G. Tracy* 85* were held yesterday morning at St Agnes church by the Rev. ftote Department of_F*Wk:Wo^ J. Ke% and burial was in .St A£^cs i.ci i.,.cl,cirj^- Mr. Tracy died Tuesdav at tiae Morfor^ Knrslng Home in: BJoctningdale. Mr. Tracy was bom in Birming- ham» \s^fStt.^ on Nov. 96, 1B3SL He bed been • resident of Lake I Placid for 10 jnssn and was re- ^eed. At one hnse he was a gasurd at Cbnton. priaon i%nd for a time operated a Sling station in Keene. A. :Rosssy' service was held at the borne of his daughter, Mrs. Vernon Land* Sr. on Forest St oc Wednesday •. evening when an EJks service snas also con- PSA Executive To isit Ad'k Council in cnonecnon with Routes 73 and 8SA to Essex County, effective immediately: EsJattog Route 86A between Lake Placid and Route 9 near Underwood has been etinriaatod hi its entirety and wiB benceSarth he known as Route 73. Fran now on. Route 73 wiB roai froa* the Rente S3 totcuccrJon •ear Lake Placid generally south* eastward through Keene, Under- wood and Schroon River to the present western terminus of Route 73 at Route 9 just west of Sever- jance, then continue on, as at R. Gardner Burns of New York Oty, deputy regional Scout Jbcecu- tive of the Boy Scouts of America, wtil spend two days in me Adrf rondack *\*ia*T*^ r i i assisting local Scout officials, according to Scout Headquarters in Sarenae Lake. Mr. Burns will arrive in Sara- October a. WhsM te he wmjamak at the of the Council and assist with the studWs being made to infrpuse Scouting,.activ- ity to that area over the nest four years. wffl alao inter- to a profes- sional career to the Boy Scouts of America. \ Former Scouts, Scout leaders and others over 2S. \years of age with four years of college and of good character, who are interested to securing more in- fenafttian about a position with the BSA should contact the Scout headquarters in Saranac Lake and Mr Mr Francis Cooney, of Port was a guest on Saturday. and Mrs. Charles Hoch of were guests last week of Thomas McDonald. vWilham Richardson underwent operation at Placid Memorial on Saturday. and Mrs. Gordon Dunn, Sheffield and Mr. and Mrs. Patnode were to Atony to attend the Hew York Chamber of Commence held at the Hotel Ten to Albany. _ The Misses Phylhs CoAy and Igpetty Colby are spending the week •^pp Rochester, N.Y. ^-^ ^Mrs. Donald Peryea is a patient Btt *A Sarah Garfield. Coneavd, ; Jane Vaughn. State Island; Nancy Roe, San Antonio, Tex.; Edith Redway and Ann Crottns. both of Washington. David K. W. Wilson was best man for Ms brother. Ushers were Roger W. Wilson, also a brother; Murray Wilton; Stewart Moore, Robert Schleussner, Jr. John F. Ralph, Robert C. Schmerix, Jr. and E. Anthony Heard. The bride was graduated from Madeira School and Smith College She is a member of the Junior League of Cleveland, the Colony Club of New York and the Sul- grave Club of Washington. Mr. Wilson is an alumnus of Trinity School, New York, and Trinity College where be was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and Delta Psi. He received a master of arts degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He served over four years to the navy including and Thomas Smith was | two y^^ ^ assistant naval at- at the organ playta* u>e wedding tache to jad^ g^ fe a uentenant maadhes. A xeoeatka for awroad- in the „.„, reserve. He is an 75 guests was heM at the assistant to the president of tbe •fc^l^L^^U^^?- Pw^flox.| Bedae, his dso^aaer, Mr. Trncy me|Chflson and Ticonderoga to Lara- M ^BTrij^gj ^ tmCk u^. umitm Elisabeth B. Brown, oeve- bee. Point Ferry atthe Vermont. -Thomas Tracy, Jr. of Oakland, State Line. That portion of thejcaJif: ml TTirlsi 1 it FiraIWK Tuli new Route 73 between a potot |os« j^ ^ gntOeMMmn and four northwest of underwood and a gj^at-^randchfiixein point just west of Severance will dwrefore become 1 both Route 73 and Routed. Existtog Route 73 from Schrocsi River westward over unimproved roads to Tahawus has been nated and no \If tbe drive for a balanced ! Federal budget succeeds, it wJQ be the greatest thing that has hap- pened in a long, long time to safe- guard the value of our money, to lessen the chance of more tofhv tion, and to strengthen the eco- nomic foundation on which the nation's peacetime welfare and military security rest Let it be hoped that the American people, to whose interest the drive is be- ing taken, have the wisdom to give it qnanaiiTiei N JL, News. Placid Memorial hospitaJ _ Dr. and Mrs. George Hart left 33|tattsday for New York where the ^Iflemer will attend the annual /fnjeeting of the New Yort State .\^giajfter of the Academy of Gen- Jjgral Practice. Mrs. Monroe Gold has returned ij|j|jer a trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hough, Sr. * 'Ijaft this week to spend the winter Florida. Mirror Lake Inn. For travelling the bride chose a grey suit with red accessories and a corsage of white pom poms. The bride was graduated from Lake Placid Central School in 1SS5 and the groom a year earner. The couple, who toured New York state on then- wedding trip, will live at 3 Middle St JJew York Stock Exchange. The coupje wiO five at Hastings, N.Y. , » Faith costs nothing to get, nothing to keep, bat tbe person it is lost »jvwar» i ~~ ^^\Sn an. *- or Kent gSSliai TODAY ~ * vr *-i«avs^ A very ^fesirable apartment, com- Z M fortaWy arranged, overlooking Mir- : Today sffl be Trmrtees Foundation and County Li-, brary Day, ^ith special em- phasis on the ChntsA-Essex County Library Service Sys- tem at the Library confer- ence at Lake Placid Club. Three members of the sys- tem board <M trustees will participate inn a panel dtecus- sian concerting the first year of operatkHL. Mewnbers of the panel witt be: Skchard W. Lawrence, Jr. of Elizabeth- town, chahrnan of the board; Wayne H. Byrne of Platts- burgh, vicendssJimoin, and W. Hustace Hu*e*rd of betbtewn. Has large enclosed porch ana - shore patio privileges. : Available for occupancy now or i for summer of 1956 rental. Apply broker or J. B. Madden, phone 15th Anniversary For The WSCS ROY—At Placid Memorial Hos- pital, Wednesday, October 5, a jatiftiTrr Su^an Jean, to Mr. and Victor P. Roy. *«• **•*• • < f£ -%«•• •M SERVICES at gospel services wiB te held to the Bushy buBding at South Main Strset at 7:45 The 15th anniversary of the Methodist Conference Wool- 's Society of Christian Service be celebraiud next Tuesday at Christ Church in Glens Fails, the church where the organisation meeting took place in 1940. At that time, the Women's For- eign Missionary Society, the Wom- en's Home Missionary Society And the Ladies' Aid united to form the WSCS. Miss Henrietta Gibson, the firt* president of the organization, wiO ke guest of honor. Other former who wiB attend tbe will he Mrs. Theodore R. Bundy of Albany and H. Wertzof fltr* ^.'fr* -\\ :*ei FOR SALE ROOM HOUSE ON SARANAC Ave. 3 apartments, furnished or imfurnished large lot garage, o^l heat \storm win- and screens. Reasonable. Lake Placid 481. 13tfchl381 1356 ZENITH, RCA. AND G.E. radios and televisions are here. Come visit our new show room at 39 Power St, Placid TV Service, Phone 1192, Stan Ayers. 2C*ichl444 GET OUR P1#CES ON UTMBER —Rooftog — Wailboards — Ply- wood — Flooring — TBebosrd— Floor Tile — Sash A Doors and G.E. Appliances. Ward Lumber Company, Jay, N.Y. Phone Upper Jay 12F14. 51tfchJ38i CHAIN SAW HEADQCAiTEMf —OiastoiL, Titan, Pioaew. Mafi, Clintan, Hossefite, Oregsn Casts. Sales and Service, Stove wood fireptoee wood. Gordoa psoas 4691, iMoe, NT FQg SALE 1950 PONTIAC CH3EFTAN~8 cylinders, completely overhaul- ed. For infonnattian, phone 277. U*tfehl428 NICE WINTER APPLES, $1.00 per busheL at the old John Leh- man Farm. Bring your own con- tainers. F. A. TuJty, Glen Road, Jav, N.Y. 24t3pdl578 FRESH EGGS—WHOLESALE & retail Also fresia-kiJUed poultry. Lake Placid Club Poultry Farm. Phone 310-W-i. 23t4cnl577 LOCT FOR RENT FOR RENT OR SALE—OVER- look cottage, excellent location and opportunity for development near school. 10 rooms, 2 baths. Easily converted into 2 apart- ments. One garage, 1 acre land. C A. Thornton, Lake Placid, phone 58. . _ J5tfchl598 .«^>a?;Aii.--* SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGES for winter or sussnter. Automa- tic heat Phone 666 or write: Lake Shore XeteL Lake Placid, N.Y. JttfchlStS 6-ROOM FURNISHED APART- SOMEWHERE ON MAIN ST., | ment now available. Must be small gold bracelet Seeland seen to be appreciated. 52 Sara- make. Reword, Batone LJ». 251. nac Ave, phone 26tlch2B01 875-J MISCELLANEOUS HOSPTTAL INSURANCE. AGE 0-80; accident and hearth insur- ance; either non-cancelable or can- celable. See us about our cancer and other dread-disease policies. We carry a fail line of all types of insurance. See us about our homeowner's policy. J. C. Shef- field. 91 Main St, office phone 1324 or residence, 671. 15tfchl410 PAINTING — INTERIOR AND exterior. Also furniture refin- isning, spraying and painting. Free estimates. Phone Jim Mc- Casland, Lake Placid 1339. 5Ufchl961 POT-BURNER LIVING ROOM stove, 2 large arrnrhairs, chest of odds and ends. Phone 511 or call at 55 Sentinel Stead 25t2chl599 Lake Placid 24tfchl579 TWO FURNISHED AND HEAT- ed apartments—One 4-room and 2-room, with bath. , LskePta 2dtfchlSR> BERG BUHXH39G AT 239 MAIN 8-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT, centrally located. Available No- 15. Write Bos V Lake Placid News. 21tfchl556 3-ROOM APARTMENT ON SEC and floor. Fulbj and very com- lurtafaly fci*'\*^'\ 1 Available now. CHARLIE'S DELIVERY SERV- ice. Satisfaction guaranteec' Phone Charles Downs, Lske PU cid 970. 25tfchl56 EXPERT TAILORING AN diemnaktog Women's dothim Tsoupis. 4 Lake, 13tfchl38l NOW IS THE TIME TO GET naur house ready for winter— We have a cosssdete fine of alumi- num w ssdiiwiii and doors priced to fit yoar psckethook—We instaB mstall to pay. Phone J. C. Sheffield * Sna, Lske Placid €71 or 1231, 41% Saranac Ave. BLACK TOP DRIVEWAYS, TOP soil gravel SO, sand Phone 1357. 13tfdbRC m

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