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Ticonderoga sentinel. (Ticonderoga, Essex County, N.Y.) 188?-1982, March 11, 1954, Image 3

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C % 5 6 y Scouts _ s^€)he weather has fooled every- NMMfM>wVaUofu s thought spring ^p4?%ere^ w es a \ lfW% Jacobs %edp.es^y morning preparing for A d a g e ' s * those persqns living oniCharlie Hill or anyi dirt road, fttutfw* t146 worst tune whilethe 'frost comes out ofthe road suddenly there isno bottomand cars just can't make thegrade S o Larry had bought 200 lbs.of chicken feed, 2tonsofcoal and his'ithird trip home w a s t o b e g r o ^ ceries \Tomorrow Iwill have toi walk to work,\ said Larry. 'That very night w e had oneo f the worst storms oftheyear, l i g h t s 'Were out in the village for arf hour^lfnd much longer m other, lections , telephones were out of order, many for several days . . . TV\aenals took a licking The snow blanket was far from s o f t . . there w a s an interlining ofacoupleof mches ofice. At any rate Charley Hill is still passable, for the road i s again frozen hard It has been adifficult year for Pitkin and Whitty to fill ice housest Strange as it may seem, the* ice became thicker when the weather T v ~ .A l i c i «oV warmer. Icehouses fiUed (Ltttle Club, etc.) amonth a ^ £ had ice only 11 ms thick. Now the Ice is 12 ins. to 13 ms thick. ; The *flrst robin reported was r seen; njithe'Severance Cemetery! Fran^ ces Stow.ell saw the robin from hfer window, but rushed into the ceme- tery for abetter look. Steve Bral- ey has everyone guessing . . . h e ^\ ^ ^ 6w n i t e bird*(nota«now ^s te v e Ktaf ytatis to*knowi ^ ; a ^ ^ « »#•-**$& Horace Noxoi s ball e e com- star __., » * . •~^m^i Noxon, Harlan Camon, county attorney, and Mr. antfMrS. Lee Gillispie Hew t o \Washington D/ C. . —Ernest Blst wentby car with other supervisors from Warren'and Saratoga C o u n t i e s\ . . . the FederaKSdverhment h a d ^ l a n - 1 ed tocut out federal fundsfor blister rust coniroL And the men asked for ahearmg They arrived in Washington the day after the shooting ofthe five congressmen, and comments were theCapital was truly excited. The blister rust control isthe only safeguardfor one ofour most important indus- tries — Mr. and Mrs Cieorge Ochs have returned after an exciting tripto California The weather i nLos Angeles wasextremly hot but snow covered theroads at, the Grand Canyon National P a r k . . . . the Terrace Restaurant will^open April 1st. \Wh^t camehas,\ was Mid Burn- ell's comment about South Caro- lina when she returned from the field trials with June . . . they had a wonderful time Edgar Stockton enjoyed at w o day meeting inAlbany. H ewas representing theFish & Game, Club at aConservation Committee meeting inthe Assembly.' , Mildred and George Dunnare expected t o behome this week. They leave Florida Tuesday, We were delighted to r e c e d e the booklet In color advertising 'The Word of Life Manoro n Beautiful Schroon Lake\ formerly the Brown Swan Club. The season op*ns May-28 and closes Sept. 6th. I t is amost attractive b o o k l e t , — Hobart Murdock spends time fishing at St. Petersburg • • -\ \J hooks them, tCHV*> reports Mrs. ^ • • r f y ' ! id ^ joyed ocean t r ou t , l a s t Friday farinas of Hobart Mrs. Gibbs S S T l * they caUedon t h e P e r - kms fanuly and that their daugh- ter Helen has been very W. A lettertfrom Mrs. Julius B i t t e r t h t t she has purchased Silbert's M Mrs Wllma Sllbert. She Jm pSparmg abrochure, \\ f ^ g to have abusy*season. Mr. and Mrs Ritter were former owners o f here last week visiting her par- e n £ Mr. and Mrs. tfud MacKenrie, W dauehflr Ann Pleus was viblt- f „f n t ? a u S w i o lives mMelba. £ I T L schools i n Massachusetts, a nn u a l have a« * * »-2 February rather than a nEaster VM f t d ' M r s . Harold Vo.burgh H.« f ^turned t 6 Poughkeepsie S their friends* Mr. and Mrs MacKenzie* v *» ML e S u t t i y a n a n ^ a n B a l m e ^ j^zr* ****** *a ge. Q; #2 3, A 93 -. S P f i 6 f e D ^ p i 0 g | i; JUgLJEESi'' $*M petyea* inthe United S U t e s sf‘-E5?‘ W*r Biiptio^ts strictly i n advance. * i notices 10 centsaline. Rates fordisplay advertising made known on. application a t business office. SJ^vefji^ES' 'yp^fe'asfe notify the management 'l^gieKiiatSi^.i^fj '•• w ^ ^ i ^ f ? W^olfs^W «««»r<' .•'•' \• '* •v':';\ -;X l;:\\ \5/>|| v ' Copy for display advertisements m u s t h* in oaj-jhands before v Tuesday a t twelve o'clock to insure insertion i n t h »< w r en t i s s u e . ; Sentinel subscribers areasked t onotify \the\ publisher promptly of any changes i n their addresses... Under the new.'postai::... WW, ,ne$spa$6i!8; and periodicals must pay ^stage,^%£oT TX0pe&-??J of any chahg© inaddress furnisheSi;by t h e post o f f l ^ J l n , adffition; there is also the problem of delay in delivery or failure t o g e t t h e paper. The best plan is to send the change of address i n advance.,. 11 P e a S o u p Lake £apwed.der Boss on, ^centinel^ *'*~ e t Ticonk ** ; f '* „-- , <t Dere Jack,! * <„ Wal, irie I»m half sick if\ hoi; whole pick 1 1 feel lak I Wshot —hall sht>i enyway. * i You see, ever dayvfor the lass tree day whenI(pass oh the road I meet agame protec Iturn my hed so she can't sajw - m,e, bu^ when I try t o look a ther she has got her wicked hx right on m e Bah gosht ifdey is gonta hack lak d a t now when 'feeshm i s un- legal what will dey do when itvis l e g a l ' Dey shouldn't out t o do dat „ ^ Wal, when Ig i t ready t o go feeshmIwill tole dat Paul French where I'm goin an denIwon't go dar atall, Iw i l l go sumother place. Iguess dat will fool her Haw, haw, haw. W131 ‘i L 3’ ,2 ‘m 1 ‘L aiiié *. we»; W15 .1 We Ate t£«3 Independent Candidates For Trustees 4 Mr’-~“ ‘$1 \ \ » ~.:- ., ‘~ ‘ L;g\{~_.-. |';..:t:\.'3v*_« HmMSN'a t . $* 7 i *5 i ^ Sn* i *ll r •h%j& S»^\,f| .: ..§W.: —..4.. -. 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' /:?2_:é§_“ _ .4‘ a, £23 4 5+‘ «: Q I A\~,I,, 3;» “ run on” I.‘ ‘I;;‘E€_;_)?|.l'._l,:f§.:§I; ' i A .-:§:<>:c_sA1:I%;<%>='N Francis E.McCormick '. £3 /'.-'t«‘:\:{ ,a- w‘. §{(_'5;'%.x:,4(.~.4./§¥.'a‘.~.~.<, ‘~-. ~ .‘.‘.=.\<\V7' 1': °53’?t:.‘.‘.I”}5\:‘.\“‘(' ~ L: -‘ Fzc‘ ~'-:£5% - .a-e.= _.-S go i Se>^rt^tfk i w i t ' ' ^11 E l i a n P c l i ^ ^ ^ l ^ ^ n l F T O W d ^ b . n ^ r ritual- veil worn by Modto women in Egypfc^:Bi«m*.E«^;rtio^thl<^ bizai«Mnumbexi[!^^^Mii^ the, AiwM^Mirt^hiKiaifiiil?2*'*®*-— ••cimnmw^ja^B^Mfr We wish t othank \Wise Tuttle and the nursing staff o f the Mtoses Ludmgton Hospital jtor -their kind- ness and efficient'careMlso, frjienda and neighbors for theii^expresslons of sympathy durmg,four ?receftt bereavement ^ f' Charles W Calkins and. daugh- ter Thelma _ 4 i ' ' ^11 5%“ ”»\ig.‘s;«7\2-.‘«'~:c £2533 Ẵ i- or mmBM S¥*St K Ckminion Sense Needed Stosaasss Zisaw, John W D * * * ^ !*> 5\ ISL the. moB«y, tb,ere i tiwasl ff the annual ba«ketlMdlgame S H * s - played^in\e t 'masiafcai £ * every-fti* ^ \S ^ 1 * |« been director . .-^said Charlie, Tsaw-peopte there I« »«« > s e« n LT i>efore a t\ any toasfcetball f i e »Fact ws t * n« i i« ^ «K ) m mnA avaUaWeifjpu^waintedt o «!« , »K a m e a . . .-ther* v ^ r e that Ttot ofrooney . . .l w t year the gBae r e a l i z e d - H < »^ f<m*tfee Wee.gWfte waarvery Eang^wOr^tliB-Rtdr^tonjnti toW. Reds team MeKenxle, D, tenner, J. Beasey, * • • * „ »«« • i , strait ^U^^/SSt a? VanderwaUcer, Vogle.j'T^reU, lOark,_McMulleiw^*e r i y» F o r d » Slaterpryce and* I*ltfeln. \We practiced\twice gloateda member, of Alumnl-Girra team b t a 39. ^M e another groaned tfeat i twas ,e fest time JnjBr*iY*year» tba^ i e h a d p ] a y ^ «e j »^ ^ «! k JEleanor ©osleyi Helena« i o - Kay Jenks, P a u l i n e Bogle* Ihirley 'Wagner, Betty^ Tynctli, lots a t e y , TtetW JJonaldson, Edith Ifonrpe. JRiW wtoe^detea^ed* b y th* Wgh'school tiatn, ^t o / l ^ T h * Sylvia Atwell, iVlol*^C3«rk,-Effle Svnnton, Lmda MuDr4ock,iSuianne TSrreir, Marcla Kipp, P a t Comish, Nancy Williamson, Marion W t ou r , JMn Pitkin, Margate^ S ^ ^ ^ l ' c Mantha, Yvonne McKel^zie. The Alumni beat thef-hi«h school teani, 52 to 4Q.. . I t certainly was EdNoxon's night, his'-'ieam m a t e s realued this and fed, hbn the ball at every opportunity* *H t a a t h e made32 points: Bob Bruce; Charles Bnckwedel, Alvin Provencha, BlUy iVelch, Harry Tucker, Fred^Soch- ie, Jimmy Flanagan, <3eorge Bgan. ^For years wehave praised this jfciual beneflVlor t h e . Marcho f Kmes . , i h e r e i sneverany chaTge. Art Richardson retereed ftePeeWcerand'-HdumnLs&T>ies WhUe Edith MayWood-and-^SWrley Bruno were the referees forthe girls* game^Wewliftiwphadthelist of thecheeB leaders. They w e r e excellent . ' . . \ H •• \ ^ I t , was announced-duringt h e 'game that the P e e \vTees and Al- Unuu<men)^would play this com- >M Friddy ,nighjt, beneflt o fthe jlwd Cross drive, ' . , ' Schroon Lake high iwwfers Tues- ' day bight when, $Wb«aten+West- Jport won by the c l o »a c o r e of74 to 70 were Richard Seeley1 24, and Jun Pitkin 21 points. T h e Schroon take team flushed' In '4th place in the league< Coach (Harris r e - Ports that Ed. AJken and Terry l>ulon will t play i n,the Vatsity Wl-stars game t o m ^ r o w , night V a r c h 8th) atVfeitport, while Fred Vernier and John Keltey will be members'1\ o f t h e Jv\ ,att star team Aiann'HodgkWa a W Sylvia Atwell will b e the,cheerleaders, representing our, school t h a t n i g h t This is the busiest ooinnjunltiy .\i. for instance Wednesday night the meeting of the Board of Education was postponed d u e t ot h e simply horrible storm,\ And i twa« Jmpos- Cite to find a'night tiiat all mem- os v?ere free until1eight nights * later. s »u>c The calendajr f o r the w e e k after publication of the column: Tuesday, Match 16 . . . \al i s t e n - ing, ifcost f l e e t i n g l -at4tlieveentral school Mary T h a c W says' that answers t o oast suggestions wllVbe announced a t the meeting. March ltth» Wednesday, there 2fU beadinner a t t h e Fish& # m e Club, Fiank^Wurdock* chatt*, \ »n ofthe' rwservatlona, jaayises i t Is wise t* g e t tfeket* i n advance, ^ , a s peQple«Were turned 'away at the last dinner, Wednesday^ ntHttlty Cef' theconfintl ^ t t h , 'feere \• m»Odin- j^zr* ; L_ ‘ .15‘ Every; year we receive r e p o r t s of youngsters armed with air rifles makinganuisanceoftheinselves. This year is no exception. * • '\ 3‘ ‘ ~ .: L; -*=e'i4‘ ..“F'w=. P‘, «;,.;‘;,_,._:' .r‘ ' \-;=g ~r§~'--*x\~§ '~ '5: ~' ‘l\_5*\.”,‘a\»3. ‘#5:’ i \. I is“ . 5 , a ,‘ ‘ ..- ,a_,r_',., ‘N’ . §}. The w a y i tlook now w e will hav tog o feeshin on. shoe snows cus stead pf;|^fe|^sn,0(5y gittin tiner It gits-ticker*;r;iJow»*we-gonta git any wurto|\^6|*:l'dunno.. . D a r ' i s ; # a n r ie%tie'*Mg I ain't took car of y i t and a t - i s t o git rny feeshin license I was gonta git the money out of Rosie's sugar bowl, but hehad hid it\fehere I can't found j t Iwent t oTown Clerk George Cant an Isay will you gave m ealicense antook trus for pay yes or n o George, say no ;:t\*,.4 . ?;l.‘i_:§‘ ',r,~‘;;_<;\ Robert E« Moore year is no exception. This week we heard t h a t a 'group oft h e air rifle set ganged up on Thomas LaDue's school bus and in- flicted about $150 worth ofdamage. I naddition t h e y have been conducting extensive t a r g e t practice «on va- rious window panes throughout t h e community. This situation is not only unfortunate — i tis also dangerous. $\x‘:gl§_‘ ‘{!é\'\‘iIi l3‘$!l'~=4. i§&«€§¥ \‘rx,\ b §,.,, ~\~-.~ i{^e^jms^mimm I * * A1- -ai luX*** , w , _ H-^VA r hi / S H O U LD E R CUT^ .AFRESH SMOKED i\4 i , i , \ * Shoulde } if^itt g%^ a **** CAfcA STYLE J ^ 5 ^H A N K : t i E S S * r - if' Elected toAid inGiving Our Village A and Economical Admin- Affairs Should We Promise |:;s.»¥:l?3fr‘i Practical - Sensible - Harmonious dangerous. I t doesn't seem t o us t h a t t h e average child upon being allowed t oownagunofany description should have a n y desire-to create damage. I t a p p e a r s . t h a t a child c r e a t i n g such damage is completely lacking in t h e fundamentals* necessary t olive inacommunity with o t h e r -persons. First, h e is devoid ofcommon sense. Second, he h a s no respect for t h e property of others. Common sense is not particularly hard to acquire. Some persons a r e apparently born with it. Others .gra- dually come by itas they progress through life. Some folks never seem to accumulate asufficient amount of i t , and for those we have rules and regulations which tell t h e m what they must not do. * k ET“ \ 's\‘~' stration - -We also Believe That Village be Administered for All the People ofTiconderoga. Wal she don't havt obush aroune the beet so much aboutit So den Itink Itry Harne Opne I tell her ifshe will letme hav a license Iwill pay her widthe firs blewberry ^money Rosie git Wal, all she do isshake her hed bote way and walk away anleff me I CABD O F THANKS Our heartfelt th'anks toall w h o extended comforting synipathy ^tid help inourrecent sorrow For the mass cards,floraTbfferingsand every other kindness w e are deep- ly grateful Roland Mahler Mr and Mrs John*Charbon- eau and family P ARMOUR QUALITY * A 1 ^ 'im^eSi^ they wttl spend entire^winter here next year. Solicitors for the Red Cross drive p r n l t W ' lasj; week: ;Lois Hinds, Margaret Kerst, Betty\ Donaldson, Blrffia* ®(>rd, .Marlon Leavltt, Eleanor Rowan, Majtha Locke, CSharlotte R^we . . . at l^orth Hud- son\ wlil^tidle the pMce ofGary and <3ail Glark as\ they haven't a w a y t o travel from house-to- J ^ ^ . ^ { ^ e r isapa- e n ^ a F i * W Brook, , , ^ . 4iSJ e to*knowi 1 nLos the MTSV#ohnfWitTCmah', patientat the Albahy Hospljtsil, Is Very grate- f u l 'foiHut'the c a m . a n d gifts she has deceived sihc£^ she took that nasty fail. Good.' news thatshe didn't br^akher.ndse but she will bevia pttleht Were ,fpr ,.another wfee&L-•\$-\\?-*Z 1 ' ' Sw\who'wasin mother reports ar% 'patiehi iSospitai, while E d »n, and Will in the Albany lupree has_been Veterans Hospi- admitted t o the t a V :* • . • I iSts. John-Cafamla, chairman %t$Oie ^ G l r l . ^cotets^Commlttee,, wishes t othank Mrs,. Johanna Johnson, and the, food committee, Edina Harrington;,' fcay Cole,\ and Helen Gath, for the successful food sale held Saturday, that raised $39.28. The, picture was auctioned) t o Mrs.CjVMousaw and the apple doll went t o Rosalie Traver. You can imagbM how delighteedj Mrs. E . B. -Thirkield was t ohear| h e r daughter Leuza Gelb say over the telephone. \Bruce I flew t o N e w York unexpectedly andif you can v meet m e Iwill* b e home for several days.\ Leuza-went back t o N e w York „today tojoin her husband who w a s called toNew York on business . . . they fly Bade t o Cincinnati.\This was the first t i m e . Leuza \Bas been home since she and Bruce were married,. ..she looks wonderful and ehjoys Cin- cinnati very much. ',:' E BThirklota'had anticipated his trip t oN e w York for he had made plans toattend the Junior Frolics ofthe p i n n e r Circle on Saturday evening.,Actually he*was sorry toleave for h ewould miss part ofLeuza's visit. John Caramla,^a major »T the Army Reserves, Will be i ncharge of the Signal Corps unit a t Mine- vaie1. He, Roy Wllllford, and Tomi Ttyrrell have been going once a^week toEllaabethtown to at- tend the quartermaster unitT h e change toMinevilie w i l l mean tfiat Mr. Caramia won't work* in children's camp, as ^he has for seyeral summers, *but will go to camp f o rextensive trainings for t w o weeks this summer John and Helen Seagle werem N e w York for threevdays In Jan- uary . . . they flew up wltR, friends i n aprivate plane/ f r o m / Texas. J o h n had recording dates, with RCA-Victor, otherwise'\ t h e y would have continued o n t o Schroon Helen plans t oVisit hfcr sisterin San Franclso this month 'for sev- eral weeks and John goes t o - N e w Orleans In Aipril form concert .',. . so t h e y are seeing quite a bit of t h e country. ^ , > W e are taking ashort trlp^ty) Albany tomorrow, that's whyw e are writing t h e column several days early*. Itwill be t h e antmal legislative meeting of the Republi- can Womenr . . Margo Mjorhouse, Mary Prime, and Marlon Johnson will be there and we hope many others. Essex County always h a s * wond'eriul^epresentatioit at the state-wiae conferences'. > , O n Thursday March 5th the Schroon Lake feifle' Club had^-a \* •--*-'• rifle' you press the acceler- ator, aninrtant answer ^henyou turnthe wheel, and quick action ^hen you touch the brakes make Pontiac the.petfect car for traffic and set > new high in .handling ease. For extra-eager kgo'\ jDual-Rajnge Hydra-Matte* optional a t low coat, proviuesaspecial Traffic Range. . . ioi entr^ economy a special Cruising Range.^ 4N father ana ^ 6r^ ^ h t e r + ^ t I match.ThereTOW;thirteen^ean^ S i NOELS and 10 Schuyler S t . eroga, represented at the . s h o o t .Eacij| team shot two targets and ^ | e : total score of iboth members of t n ^ team counted.for score. The besij possible score that could be ob-j tained was 200. The teams, aftd;; scoresare listed below: Palmer a n ^ Palmer — 143, Comish and Cornish! — 129, Claus .and Claus —• 14(|g Trefts and Treffs —137, \Jacobs; and Jacobs — 1 3 3 , Welch and Wei? oK• • - 131, McNichol and Mc^, lS[ichol —124,Hodgklns hnidj Hodgkins - T 129, GilUngs and GlU^ mgs -r-110, Pitkin and Pltkifi *& 135, Traver and Traver — 89, Mo Coy and McCoy —(one Target). 62, Clark and Clark —136. J ; Prizes fpr the shoot were dona- ted byCole and Hinds, Pitkin's Sporting Goods, and James Van Wilson. The team shoot wass o successful t h a t the club isgoing to have.another\one inthe near future. Thanks, Gene Gath,for giving usthe above item. Aletha. ^ »f _j (\ »\• HAMBURGER '1 ‘a'_»‘x~.‘~=-N. »,..4.._.,,v__ 3?\ 37 “ ,3’ .,-V _ . “. __- f. ~._ V. ,...‘.-;g.- ;_;\.‘ :§f%?,E<3?*s«‘rv1.:».«:~g g 2.‘rf37\: 3 ‘.g..':.«,.fs;?‘_‘ f§.v;='~~ _gj-gw 2'4;-rm I\ :;.;~< ‘' ~=. 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We, too, demonstrated our rifle marksmanship. _ Wal me I m kmda worry Hopin you are the same, Respectful, Pete Pequoix CA3U> OF THANKS We wish through thecolumns of The Sentinel t o thank Dr Walsh, Miss Tuttle, MrsBowles, Mrs Easton and thenurses;, also Jibe, rest of the staff of the Moses Lud- mgton Hospital for their kindness and sympathy during our recent bereavement Also the blood donors friends andneighbors for their donations offood, flowers, cards, and the use of, the aml^uUvnce and cars * x , Mrs Mae_ Quinn and Margairet The type issmall, the footnotes are extensive, and our eyes anent what they used tobe, so we may have missed some pertinent facts but wefound some thingswe thought were interesting regarding Essex County. Vote For The lake Hebelieved French explor ers had nameditfor \ the Widow Scarron better known tohistory as Madame Maintenon, afavorite of King Louis XIVof France Other legends say ''schrocoi isan. Indian word but $l& Smith; scoffs'\ at this Monah on the ottye^ hand,, was a popular name for womenm those days but which particular Mooah thetownship was named for was not revealed m marksmanship. However, in our case t h e only police action was by our p a r e n t s . We made ONE error in judgement.A s a result we lost our a i r rifle. W e l i a d (fiffieuRy i n sitting down for ashort time. And, w h a t is most important, we never did it again. 4 Otange Juice 2: L-2 0 c M I N U T E\ cMADJ^ Independents For example, the lands on both sides ofLalpe Chfflimplainj werein corporated/ into vtn% .County of Charlotte inMarch, 1772. William Gilliland, who brought settlersin to theElizabethtown-Willsboro Westport area, was mixed up m the formation, although there- ferences given were somewhat vague. L; We» again. Now, our contention ist h a t t h e r e should be no need for police \to s t a m p out air rifle misuse. There should be no incidents where persons m u s t expend money t o repair damages to their property. Any parent whose Child is in t h e possession ofan a i r rifle, a22 rifle, or any other type of firearm should know where his child is and what h e is doing while h e i s carrying t h a t gun. Ift h e child isn't capable of being t r u s t e d with t h e gun, then it should be t a k e n away from h i m until, h e achieves sufficient brain power to realize h e must not misuse it. .\7;'a'{-. ~. ' -. Try Our For Sale Ads Telephone 63 J U STJKiROGATE'S COURT, \* ESSEX COUNTS', WY In the Matter ofthe Probate of the Will Schroon andMonah were de- prived ofterritory inthe forma- tion ofother townships including Mmerva m 1817. Newcomb in 1828, andTSorth Hudson in 1848 It's;\ en- tirely possible that Minerva USA, Neyrcomb were narned for, mem-^ bears oftheir population, a m i ttiat North Hudson reveals Its prosi-t mity 1* the Hudson River, but of, MxsSmith mentronld j * tw e Qytoi'X. see it. j •\ 1 MUELLERS ^ELBOW^' Macaroni f ro i The next incident regarding county formation that w e found in our reading was inMarch of1788 when Clinton County w a s formed from thenorthern portionsof Washjngtqn County. We couldnt find in the1te6rt when Washing-ton County took over mthe placeof Charlotte, but w e assume itfol- lowed theRevolutionary War which ended in 1781. of _F__Davis, \| nix; tr |L.; ‘_:;.f. ‘ (.. Qytoi'X. formed e *~*~~l ' Deceased i -The\ PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF N E WY O K K ; ! T O Myrtle' Mur- ray:^ Lehnos D . J Glavm, Harlkii Davis; Verda Finhessey, Mary Cal- lahan, Arienet Barror, Pershing Davis! Xalstf Jcnown1* as SoyLance Davis), Leah-•Smith B e m e i t t a Smith, Wreq Hanson Shirley Poulette, Sgte Jefferson Davis and Carolj Davis. ., Marvfi Davis <of' 116-3rdrS t , Trpy l f e w > , r t e p a v i n g presented a peti£;on*for |tbe probate oftyie yrtH'ol t h e abpve named decedent^ dated'Dec^nbejr 52nd, 15i52 r e l ^ - property, ^ u ^ eW e d t oshow ~\befolre1theTsurrWate's Court cause ofjEssex County, a tthe Surjp» g a t ^ O f K c e i n Qie. Village ofTi- conderoga,'NI^Y1, onUhe i l s t day of^JSprfl/l&l^at 10\A. M . wliya decree \should n o t l i e granted ad- mitting ^aid—wiB^td—probate—and- direcimg issuance ofletters testa- mentary t o petitioner ' JJS tESTIMb^NY^WHEREOF^ w e haveTcausefl-^e seal of our ~~~ said^'Surrogate's Court t otb e Thereon^)-affixed (T,. S.> WITNESS, Hon Sheldoii F- Wickes, Surrogate, this 6th day ofMarch,1*95& j Emily &Gravelle , Clerk of t h e Surrogated Court James CIMcMaSon Attorney 3far^Petitioner,' Office and Postoffice Address, Port Henry, N Y / ^>- 18w4 - ^to Late ofMinevilie, NY * *‘ ,4 .~. 3-.1- £75;':”~$§>.;‘*;<.=:.'::-‘I I t is t h e parent's responsibilty to KNOW if his child as misusing his gun. The p a r e n t cannot shift this re- sponsibilty tot h e manufacturer oft h e gun, t h e play- m a t e s of his child, t h e police department, o r t h e person whose property was damaged. . . It remains PARENTAL RESPONSIBILTY. —-.8- Willsboro was further^cut upto form Lewis jnA S ^ . T n a m M .ftfr QoV, Morgan l i w i s ) \\Essex rii Mfe, Chesterfleicl m1802, Wilmm^ton' <also catled Dansville) r t i j l« a ^ S t . 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Essex CountyCvwas' lormedon March 1,I799/'3Phe four original townships were»CSf6wjs Point form- ed 1111788; ElizdbethtowfiV~forined frorii Crown Point i n 1798^ Wills- brirpugh, formed from -Grown Ppiait-in ' 178^,' ^and Jiay> formed Jrpm'5 \Wiilsboroc-<we«ll' spell:it the easieiPf^ay fic6rii'ti(Jw 'o^Tri 1798 The'feSt-'c'ouhtSr\ seat^was-linthe village dE-Essex*iwHe\re>^^Egelderly blbekHoUse - \served-tats iphe^court- houil^-Ja^d. jkil;' \\ \^r'''\\' ' • ' E '53?‘ \43 *2’ :v.’.*“::‘ §\”\‘ .A ~.. ,1 Westport which!, Gdhlaha Jealled Bessborough m honor of his daugh- terJor-whom_he Tnamed Eizabeth- town, was known for atimea s TSTorHi West Bay I t was formed into the^Township o t , Westportj n , 1815 ^ 6 m the territories^ o lt h Town 6f Ehzahethtown + k» Elizabethtown wjas designated a s the county seat in1807, atnd has remained the permanent seat of county government since that t^fie^ The county had trouble keepinga courthouse, as the, first t w o wooden edifices burned Finally, in ISSrff a brick, \building was Ijegun A^s^-? offnd story was, added in 1843, i&d further additions were m a d e In. ISSp ana uS81 That w a sfesfara s Mr Smith could go^but We a)*§ume it^is^still the same building ( ^^ There w a s also aState' Arseim? erected at E t o w n in ithe 1^12« r a ' The arms were stolen from ( t h e building m 1837 by misguided ^ e t - pons who wished to participate in* the Patriot War\ whichV/as*going on in Canada. The arms Were1r e - covered, all 1200 of them, Che fol- lowing sprmg from aschoolhoigpe m the Town of ChesterflelaV \* . Complete disarmament of the children, a&d punish*- m e n t oft h e culprits b y law will, ofcourse, stamp out t h e problem. B u t itwould seem thatTthe application of alittle common sense, oiiginating with t h e parents, would solve t h e problem much more simply. To our mind the question: W h a t ist h e trouble with today's children? 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It g i v e s y o u t h e comfort of al o n g w h e e l h a s e an d o f b i g self-cushioning springs p l u s w o n d e r f u l e c o n o m y of o p e r - a t i o n a n d u p k e e p a n d unsurpassed d e p e n d a b i l i t y . U>m- b i n e a l l t h a t a n d w h a t y o u have i s p e r f o r m a n c e n n - m a t c h e d a tt h e p r i c e ! C o m e i nfor ademonstration, rm: 3%‘ Crown Point, he states, w a s named \for the fortress\ inthat township. We've heard variousl e gends as to w h y the fortress was called \Crown Potait\ including the (to us) farfetched theory that scalping originated in that vicinity and that the \scalp\ is the,?erown' of one's head. If anyone knows de- finitely, please let us know. '.}r.~. ‘ ' \’ '1. 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':\.?>:“'(-?7*5‘¢.J -5 M‘ \ :\ “W \1 1\ V \3\;-:’.- 3 2‘ 1 1.2 .-\:.~*‘ '4:1f‘x?\i‘..3*'-‘HT-\3\E’ .~‘-» '-*- ,=~ \ - ‘ .~ 9*‘: ;;é@‘~: ::»:*a‘-$4. 3'5“; ~’?‘*€~3*!3*';“{P\?<='5?¢4’x>‘~<;§x‘*“¥15‘1“‘}' .; 2-.» I; _ gt .3‘, ,-». 91¢ ~. =~:r»>\* 2;‘ .,; ‘3;‘~.,r, \1 $3 ; 3: ‘w 7! »~’~”-«~,c1r-'<;aa_;k§.»L¥;:\ r*.~.. ~ :»x' w..m~:,:;.~;a§,g::1 .‘ ‘.€.i\ :c3«$~.‘,,_,~_,.“»§¢§~.~~e»~‘a,\~:. :7§ at » :.~e:§~j+»‘f!~:‘§'{{a k:.»-.§ .3» .;..r.v. .;¢‘)u. §\~ »t»7x ‘ .t..x.. \‘“‘**\ ‘* ~‘ -\ ‘H2;-£xr:~'>‘,vT§;‘~‘I“: \g§‘.~r §;uv.*;\.~..§§§7:;:=’?i:3;{~\‘::.:ui\;' ' ‘ 1 ‘nu. ¢-*»r{:;*.'~.~‘«.~‘»«~s'.~a§5‘Q-'s‘~.v.-z‘<srE>gw5\ “ “ ~‘ '~ - ~:‘--2t~. *3; ~::’ra‘:;1i*~'ri~,«:é’.‘ = v 47»:-v.{,'\\>:3 K,--—{_,;— » .1‘ ,e_ . 9 gar‘ ‘,_..~ . e- -, -2 ,»§?§,,3 i:’}§‘%£:$=33i% =\».1vf1'\-‘.< 1. W2 29;; 2-«.:?£'9%T%\.~:.’£‘; :2 ,« t§‘r<S‘~fe 3 ‘.sM:'.,: 3 f Willsboro, says Mr. Smu%, Was •named for the William inMar,Gil- liland's name. Elizabeth town was named after hisdaughter, Eliza- beth. Jay was named for the Goy e m o r John Jay. P O r n i M ? iUOHiTHST INCffK andgenerons^ new fifte^ear siieprOvide highway performance umui^assedOfor emoothnesa, quietness anda-, roadJlydmgs^dtf^ilq*; added riding ease and ^li|i^^|[e«(8tii^eV ISfttttiac offers aConifort- ttavfe Ckmttoj Seati ij&fectne ^Window l i ft $ and Air Conditiotung...for easier parking, Power Srakes and Power Steering—optional at extea cost. ($fnoLL\n FanDOLLAR YOVCAN>TBEATA PONTIAC ‘3\‘s.*~ . *- \?=.-\“\~\~\1V'F‘f\“- g;:37ri \ «'1» ,:J\I‘§; ,; 33- 6* 5:-tr~.;’¥:9i \‘‘as . ‘1.i7‘?=‘=~' “' >x).‘4«\“:‘:v'u\m..““. m‘ . . ......,...... Tn 1804 Ticonderoga was created a s atownship from portionsof Crown Point. The pare-nt Crown Point was further divided .into Schroon in1804, and,MMoriahin 1808. Schroon, Mr. 'Smith says, was named for\beautiful Schroon Lake,\ However, he was-kind enough to add afootnote which explained that th,ere were twole gehife regarding the namiog Of the . .,.;,;i ,-.'Y‘.»-\, . _ .f:i;;.r»,;,«‘g m ,, ¢'.'r.'.='~‘\‘. fa‘ .« .»'x¢:ai'g 7; . »:4”'ZI5%Z'P«‘#\'i?f7‘;°J.§f’«5%‘5: » K g ,=, »— ..: . '2, ,.»=3w\5*t:':“ ,r.»:*,»v 7,’/—\.'~\f.“\\’—\‘«' 5.? .r.:,z‘'“/ » 5: J ,~4:‘,‘v.,-z‘«.b.¥;’;«..,g3.,-=1.-:*.-‘./1\ .« :‘f;~'*' zgnlr Ὴ Ὴ g I ’“ \*:15\f‘e\‘r\-‘;’.'11.¥r’*3\ 2\-1 «/1». ‘:‘,'ficf'1'v\\;;;! ,.m- ,47“.‘:‘,-“'3-:>.'v',‘r,'¢:}:”‘!’v'-”I‘r\tW95 ; :‘:‘»::i*.—;@¢;‘.;4*.‘,,<“‘ ‘,,«« A433;!\r.:£1¥% _ (»,«-r’v23C‘7~ ..-w*~\' at , ; +..,, 3,,-.,;re::4;.;,.;»2:,,~:.«:~ _‘ §€\4V’ ,-. »- » rs; mu. - 4;» A -. ,«'* .,».«»¢.7*«.=;*':5e,-:;»':~z,¢4~ 4,; § 2 2 22? ‘» .'573\.?5&\7x5i‘r\1I\«'.\f.'1t;-4.»:-\*,';'f: » £:;~..,r:,«:‘,':4»,.‘1-‘:e,.j.\,—_,\ :'~'~.r -.:.—.‘v < a.‘ «“ ‘ -7: .'«r-m4-W Fe ii: 2?‘, .1‘! .3 5h,?.;é;g ! C ,‘ H» V» “ 5 6%’ = . ‘ ;.*I' 1 ':\’:,_ :3. ,‘4|‘}:‘:}I-f. 4,3.-V3» .~_u__.u_—- \Pi \ r:‘.! 1954 RED CROSS CAMPAIGN :% . ' _ r‘ ' ;_:,> ':.zv:}-2 ., K . .,v .. 9 av 2» :. was Q ;/ ,3, E. 3 s-‘ ; ‘Ex? -4 rs - §*5.‘i€'. =2 x ‘T5 . Q ’....: bgfm . :2 5‘. ~ .~-K; ; J 1,; 1 .~ A. :.z.' 1’; ‘u , 3 -:, _ .«.=\“» - . “M \ M ‘-1 Mvge=;\.\ \1\?;‘Av . “‘*%§§-::~:*.»;‘§~,;:;~{%._;‘«;:x 1*‘-.‘Z‘ s;'§\ -2:-M .§ ., 4w.~;=~::..-...,'««.~.':. ..~ ' =; \~'-'}\‘ Q '5” .~-\\: ‘' .\ .. ... _ S 9 :5 . _« . . ,,‘,:?'?.%r§a:<«:-u.’->::=\’ ’ -. .. ,« H14‘: 3* ,9: :. WUNS BUILD OWN\CONVENT—A group of uuns and volunteer workers bend tothe task ofcompleting acortvent near Turin, •Italy. After taking lessons from masons for two months, $he Caraielite ntms began work on the project, money for which was donated by local parishioners. When the convent is completed, the ‘+:.,~'.—‘~.{~‘,“ \' '2 ‘ —‘:‘:i:ra W2 ;~;..\m =i-4 3.13 2.3\ . .“‘ 1. N L‘,‘$~’\*'s;‘5:\?“‘»’~?f:“:~;-.-- rib S .~:_~,3.-‘-:r3;“'.?,»:‘::t:“§.:.‘“,; - :\\«-7.;j.} m V ‘(_ : ,~gV.-.~.~_ ‘M :: ;3>_;x§;‘35\;..\~g,_ «_ ..,,.N.\g ='%\\‘.*‘ 1 ‘x;:;.:{-,,?.'..‘,._ ‘ \L‘»,.r«.';-3.‘ -x 3.5 .~*:~.~x*:“-.'r A sm3J~:v;<¢::?,'?:‘.\,v J l i N . Y . nuns will retire to alife ofcloistered silence. Xify Our TOT Rent £0«/ ;~.<:. 9;-g?~*>‘.*~ ;1e:§~§7.’\.\J‘.‘.;~\“§f N} ;. g ;“§.\’,.;§'v:’E ‘sh \”,4.'f\~ e ‘ . x‘ »,r:‘ \ ‘. *~'v',s 3;: .4 (24 1‘-r_5Qf.-.3 -y‘ . .9. I,;. i ; .‘- . . . ,m‘»‘§i'..“.§.’:.' 1.5. - «z, 25* ';”.‘I?*.Z’~5'”\.“-\ ./' Kg.‘ -' »,:.'<= 3 W v‘= 12‘ W\ t ’.~\-?~ ,--'5.-z‘r<« \'1“}&»'I‘. ‘J \ . ‘n , >V' ,' ;» _, >ji.'-.. V\ Ml 1 , ' '\ * ' f >;>?; .. \ .;_ 1 ^ ‘;a .»r:‘{‘ ‘ \»,\-<2. ..¢ >~:~»%.«,.;zta.§r??s.~ >:'r.:~‘;-; ~ ‘ \ Ev E?‘ ~:,,{¥R, _ ‘ .9 .5..3-“_',§:\‘_,T;«:-1.\ ‘#25? ’-“ff. >9‘ I ~ xx .. S-',,.,‘.»‘,-«‘ ‘;'».T ,‘~'\T,- ;_m;»I~ ‘~.~.,“!‘ 3..-3, '.v1,é3};‘. 1* ‘ 1'1 ‘.:!\~\-'--.~--~“r‘-“.'~’.4 -‘ ‘w ». »:'«'.',-1'-:«.~—r m . ' ‘W 1‘ :3: 1‘: •'•' ' \ . <.,. g&S£$ $.t&fcW. Ecitw and, PubE&her••' '• Vv'' N* $ $ K & $ * t t i & t N t t E d i t o r ,'•-*••• ' BstabBsbed in1872 _ P i m E t e i i K i ^ V l B Y THURSDaYftfTtCQNDERQGft,M,% • | f t l < k ^ ^ , f ^ | ^ B »^ Ticonaeroga, N . ?., as s e c w d > d a w i w t ^ g • \ ••••: '*'\ . - . : .. 'ifVBHiilir - t« ^ ^ ^ _ i y , t o i n i We attended the formation of the Ticonderoga Historical Society last week and during the discussion heard about \Home Sketches'by Joseph Cook of Ti. We learned that Mr. Cook compiled his \sketches in asmall volume which \he had difficulty selling at 50 cents a copy Apparentlly historians of Mr. Cooks era were not i nthe high income bracket. A portion of\Home Sketches was utilized in H. P. Smith's \His tory ofEssex County\ published in 1885, so w e began reading that volume which forms apart ofThe Sentinel reference library. 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