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Ticonderoga sentinel. (Ticonderoga, Essex County, N.Y.) 188?-1982, September 02, 1954, Image 2

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';--.‘~.x<fa« ; . -:2 :_»,‘A'%‘g“‘.’*2'3.-:‘n.‘5—'r‘i 2-’ “’g '2’ ,3: _:‘»‘7 V7’ V PAGETWO x'.'gs(~;: 53;:-‘in §e«»2:,$:*:«“» -Wm ~.-.‘ aim: l:V»1'.q. ‘F ‘m:~“»3‘T‘:~s~*r~ » ’3§ €*:§\\ :i§;J> ‘N “s\\§:\\:§;$¥; :!-guy: w\«. R .\ V : ‘~ Wm ’3(§§\§#:'r\ j \ ‘ w ~qW‘%f‘,.«. N‘ K‘‘\‘, “,. V; J gm * 1% 1‘ §.‘fsws§«3; * x \§3¥.\ \ ‘\‘» :§§;§§'~ ‘- Mi*oaa^.«Mwi®-'W'.##fe just t o t h i n k ab6i3tt,it,. . - ' W o * | | b e long before Tcsyland r w l H * ^ opening for' ^»*i?tJpasv a g ^ g f Doesn't seem ibossiiblef' Mvusto^jg® along t a l k i n g t o ' ourself.. P e o W | | | g e t t h e wrong i d e a . . Or the'rag^t1 ' one? . , . Take .It easy* John Rawf; ley. J u s t because you once WQ$]fc?:., e d for Greyhound bus line is-ifip? reason why you should act like one,; Makes u s tired to look a t you go like t h a t . Besides, i t 's h a r d , toy, u s t o get out of your right-of-waf^ . . . Hi, Claude Miller, caution J o h n t h e r e a bit, will you? T h an k s , , ' . Hi, Jack Lawson. L a w in the\ n a m e and t h r e e lawyers i n t h e Lawson family . 7 7 Nice pleasant spot here a t Kassel's. Hello, M r s . D u n n .No, thanks, really. Yes, we w e r e admiring t h a t dress. No, doesn't look like our size. Besides, honestly, do you think it's t h e r i g h t shade for us? T h e r e , t h a t bit of kidding perked us u p . We'll step right along. Might a s w e l l go down, to the bank corner, w a i t for the traffic signal and cross t h e r e . Must remember t h a t r i g h t on green arrow business though. WQ$]fc?:., l i f t e d from the s u p p e f e , ^ *O8M>: »k i n e ? s held d o n a t i o n ^ ;$49;21. Wm. Jflatide Flemra|i(g^/*|S|i»ted |j n | | t l w a d e arttcles wlhi%|roughfc mm a*action tom\mm&_»» f§po..iu»id' which v^^gm&Lsi i 5 £ # . A p e ^ e n t a g e : C ' # e . p i,o - f i l j i ; -from the supper $M$&fip*i- i ^ ) ? y e r , t o t h e polio :tujid,.„:. , IfSpWowjtog the•s i g n e r , ' a ^ , en t er - ffii^ent-'was preseri|ec['.w|i.^h op- § | § d with .singing, of £amiilwf songs. gp s .Mattie Charlton, presided a t •jtij^.piano. • l ^ a t r i i c i a .Foley gave \tiw.p 'dance l i ^ n b e r s . John McCuert presented l^otored slides. depicting % trip he ..sand Mrs. McOuen took through the £ottth. and i n Colorado. Mrs. Mc- •Cuen was narrator. Mrs'. Brooks .MeCuen, narrated, a s slides were shown on a trip she made via wa- t e r ito Alaska. She is from Syracuse a n d John McCuen and family are from Bast Greenwich, Conn. They a r e vacationing in their cottage at Benson, V t , on Lake Champlain opposite Putnam ^Station. Mrs. F r a n k Sears, who attended as a delegate of New York State Feder- ation of Home Bureaus, the Trien- nial Conference of the Associated^- Country Women of the World, held in Toronto, Canada i n 1953, gave a talk on the conference and some of h e r experiences while t h e r e . The slides which were to have illustrat- ed h e r talk didn't come through, but her talk was interestingly pre- sented and enjoyed. F r an k Moore, who is our Supervisor of the Town and chairman of t h e local polio drives thanked everyone for their kind cooperation in making the evening such a success. Mrs. Celel O'Brien, master of t h e Grange, wishes in this way to express her thanks and gratitude to all who in any way helped with the supper] and entertainment. h o m e of Mr. a w l ' • *Stt, : ' 'jfiwkl' Dodge. \* We, a n d 'Mfe Horace p r S w i t h Ipeiit Sunday evening ww& Mr. a n d Mrs. Lee E. iDavte, Mr. a n d Mrs. J a c k Sullivan, of Boston, Mass., Mrs; Claude \Davis of Cratoft a n d Mass Helen Bigan- aisse oi N e w Tm% WhP W »o e e n visiting *8ieir molsher, ipftr. Epso Biganaisse in Ticonderoga, called a t tfhe home of |»Ir.'and Mrs. Lee E. Davis Saturdays tom\mm&_»» ;s§;;:x=“é,a?:o:*,,‘c~.«§a, ' . ‘ ~ ’ « , . x - -,1’ '41-‘.3’ «:5. g ‘ . ‘ ‘ ,-7 ...v.~'.»--C6,; ‘ . 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' ^ e f ^ p p e r for this •swell snoozing sjfefefi 'V . G o t t o g e t going t h ou g h , . , I^ilc|itltha.t traffic! N e v e r gpiaa^' ^oiigefr across t h e street. Have togo'all t h e way u p t o the monument, 'circle and come down t h e o t h e r s|d|i*' Nope, can't m a k e t h a t . We'll j u s t wjait. I242:-us)’.-i«'.: .|-‘*1 N13: -_....\_~_ ANDY HEBER ofh^fi^ii... Auto Body Repairs and Auto Painting Shop P f ^ ^ ^ W I ^ ' ' WW%im Ticonderoga, N . Y . I ^ W f i l ^ O S S front E . J , Monroe Co.) ^ ~ ' # f e * a i f ^ . ^ > v , 23 Y ears E x p er i ence ' ' Wt&smi&m \S a t i s f a c t i on G u a r an t e e d ' : Call in your news items tq» Mrs. Lee B . Davis-^Tei. 2331, % % FR JLog Chapel KeWs JLog Chapel . S u n d a y . School-aft P a .m, f o l - lowed at i i by t h e Morning. .Wor- ship Service. \F o r t h e preaching of t h e cross is to t h e m t h a t perish ifodiiishness; b u t u n t o us which are saved it is t h e power of GO0.\ •Midweek P r a y e r Meeting,at the home of Mrs. Maude Flemming at 7:30 Wed. evening. 5 “'4. X N “ « ‘a “‘ ~{ 53% x SUNNYFRANKS BROOKLYN — A ceremony in connection with the recommfcsion ing of the U. S. S. Ticonderoga of the U. S. Navy will be held a t 3 o'- clock Saturday, Sept. 11, a t the Brooklyn Naval Shipyard. NATIONAL EDITORIAL |AS/SOC^ATI/,^N Bzma NATIONAL Guess we'll r o l l along down t o t h a t meter . . • Ah, h e r e ' s \O. K. Finn\ of the Upstate Loan coming along. Wonder if he'd float a loan for u s to p a y for ou#: library r e n t - al? . . . W h a t ' s t h a t ? Oh, hi, Bill Bowen. Nope, we h a v en ' t p u t a nickel i n t h e m e t e r y e t 1 J u s t lean- ing on it for a rest, t h a t ' s all. Okay, if w e h a v e to we'll ask Up- state for an additional loan for t h a t too . . . HeliOi p r . J. P. X Cummins. Lookit ihipi go down the street. Practically a t a sprint. Wish W E had t h a t pep . . . Hi, Bob Forsythe. Sudsa lovely day, tough to work, isn't i t ? Well, it wasn't m u c h of a remark, we'll agree . . , N o break-in traffic yet . . . Guess we'll\*move down this side a bit further. Don't want to have t o p u t ANOTHER nickle in t h a t m e t e r . . . T h e r e 's P a t Carney. Has a fierce look of de- termination. Probably thanking t h a t n e x t time he s u r e a s hell will catch at least one lake trout . . . Hi, R a y Croto. Wish our name w a s R a y . T h en we'd at least be in n a m e a r a y in the sunshine, a t l e a s t today . . . Yeah, we're getting stupid again. What'ya mean by questioning t h a t \getting\ part? , 0 p t o $ 5 ( prottctionagainst DoingMore For More F r id a y a t 2 : 30 p . m . t h e Ti con d ero g a Ki wan i s w ill b e g i n i t s annua l auc t i on a t t h e s t ore k nown as T o y l an d . ' T h e a u c t i o n w i l l c o n t i n u e u n t i l e v e r y a r t i c l e is s o l d . F un d s rece i ve d f rom t h e auc t i on w ill b e use d f or y ou t h ac t i v i t i es a n d t h e u n d e r p r i v il e g e d c hil d r e n p r o - g ram , b o t h s p onsore d b y t h e Ki wan i s Cl u b h ere . Th e Ki wan i s Cl u b i s a serv i ce g rou p — or g an i ze d f o r t h e p u r p o s e of h e l p i n g o t h e r s , a n d e n g a g i n g i n c i v i c p r o j e c t s ' t o a id ever y one . Th e c l u b ca ll s on t h e p u bli c t o su pp or t i t s man y ac t i v i t i es , an d lik e an y or g an i za t i on w hi c h uses con t r ib u t e d f un d s Cl u b f ee l s t h a t t h e p u bli c s h ou ld k now h ow t h e mone y co ll ec t e d i s b e i n g s p en t . t h e Ki wan i s , , bursting wiui flavor ...made of mildly spiced pure pork and b e e f . . . perfect for picnics, and at home for lunches and suppers1 The best franks there are are delicious DURR'S First Quality SUNNYFRANKS! Your grocer has them. POLICYCOVERS Hi, Jack Sullivan. You got a spirited business there, all r i g h t . . . No, we really feel okay. T h a t just sort of popped out. Yeah, w e t h i n k it was lousy too . . . Hello, Tom Malaney. J u s t taking a stroll. Got to get exercise, you know. Hey, how do YOU stay so t h i n ? H a r d work, huh? You're not in- timating that we don't do a n y of t h a t stuff, are you? Guess we'll go along without waiting for h i s answer . . . Oh boy, t h a t sun's hot. Getting drowsy again . . . Hi, Hans Katzenstein. T h a t Ben Semilof. who started the Ti-Econ- omy Store, has the right idea, hasn't h e ? Sold out his business and doesn't think about work ex- cept mebbe his lawn and flowers and various community activities . . . HI, Bunny Bevilacqua. Must ask Bunny sometime how he got that nickname. Guess we'll st^p A N D DON'T FORGET THOSE EXCITINGLY DELICIOUS | Mr. and Mrs. David Lape of Al-i bany and her parents; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Coulton, were S a t u r d a y guests of Mrs. Edna Lape. Mrs. Mattie Charlton and Mrs. Clarence Dedrick visited at the! home of their brother, Mr and Mrs. Leoman Ottenburgh, in Dexterj from Friday until Monday. & COLD CUTS 0KEEm0 I n 1953 t h e Ki wan i s Cl u b en g a g e d i n t h e f o ll ow i n g # ; p r o j e c t s : S u pp li e d 5 , 070 h a lf - p i n t s o f m ilk t o u n d e r p r i v il e g e d c h i l d r en a t t h e l o c a l s c h o o l s a t a c o s t of $ 1 4 8 . S p o n so r e d a n d co n d uc t e d sw i mm i n g a n d lif e - sav i n g c l asses f or t wo wee k s un d er R e d C ross su p erv i s i on f or 200 c hild ren an d su pp li e d t rans p or t a t i on f or t h ese c hild - r e n a t a c o s t of $ 1 1 3 . Rabies Mr. and Mrs. Brock Phillips and daughter, Mi's. Dow Jones, and children left Wednesday for their homes in Birmingham, Ala., after vacationing at Forest Bay and vis- iting Mrs. Phillip's sisters, Mrs. Ed-j na Lape, Mrs. Mattie Charlton and1 Mrs. Clarence Dedrick. C on t r ib u t e d $ 100 t o Li tt l e L ea g ue B ase b a ll an d s p onsore d one o f t h e f our l oca l t eams - - OLIVE LOAF COOKED SALAMI ITALIAN STYLE LOAF POLISH..STYLE I O A F LEONA BOLOGNA and many others— all atasteireatl .P u r c h a s e d 3 6 0 c h i c k s f o r 4 - H c h i c k en r a i s i n g p r o - j e c t . D i s t r i b u t e d t h e s e t o 12 b o y s a n d g i r l s . E n t e r - t a i ne d t h e c hi c k en ra i sers a t a s p ec i a l p ro g ram a t w hi c h t i m e 2 4 of t h e b i r d s w e r e a u c t i o n e d off t o m e m b e r s of t h e c l u b . C o s t of p r o j e c t : $ 8 1 . AMERICANPROGRESSIVE HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK Phone or W r i t e ^ Well, mebbe you're right a t that . . . Hey, t h a t w a s close. Can't move very fast. Almost got clip- ped by Sam Overstreet and Ohet Howard c a r r y i n g those groceries out of t h e G r a n d Union . . . My, what a beautiful sound t h a t is! What c a n it b e ? Why, it's Tony Fortino over t h e r e a t t h e taxi stand. Wonder if i t ' s grand opera, yodeling or a n e w form /of hog calling? Must ask him. sometime He's got a fine voice, though . . . There's Armand -Reichard smack in Newberry's window. Looks pensive. Mebbe he's thinking of t h e time he had chicks i n there or mebbe he's looking back on that Florida trip . . . W h a t ' s a l l this? Norm Meyer stepping briskly out that nickname. , . . Guess we'll st^p in a t t h e bank for a minute. Must be cool in there . . . Ah, it is. This is nice . . . Hi, John Chupak. Steve Royce. Louis DiFebbo. R u t h Clark. Art Foley. Like to k e e p on good terms with all these people. Might need a »a n here too if w e keep on throwing our money aw a y for snoozing . . . Nice pleasant chair . . . Sit down for a minute . . . Nobody's looking . . . Gee whizz, what a wonderful feeling to be n e a r all t h a t money . . . Could use some to go to some A . Durlcee M r -and Mrs. Rolltfnd Gregory, j Mrs. Edna Lape and Mrs. William Reece enjoyed a motor trip through Vermont Staite Sunday. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Manenti and baby of Basking Ridge, N . J., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Gre- gory and other relatives. Recent ^callers ait the home of Mrs. Cora Motjt have been Mr. and Mrs. John Mott, Ticonderoga, Mr. an d Mrs. Fred O'Dell, Astoria, L I.. Rev. G. E. Kind, Mrs. Ida Coltey, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Gregory, P u t n a m . C on t r ib u t e d $ 10 as an ac hi evemen t p r i ze t o t h e b es t hi g h sc h oo l commerc i a l s t u d en t . C on t r ib u t e d $ 10 t o I n f an t il e P ara l y s i s F un d . A g en t For Commercial Printine At I t s Best — Call 63 Ti con d ero g a , N . Y , T e l e p h one 597 - M - l COMPLETE AND MAIL COUPON C on t r i b u t e d $ 2 5 t o w a r d r e l i e f of d e s a i t u t e f a m i l y . S p onsore d B o y S cou t T roo p . C on t r ib u t e d $ 16 f or s p ec i a l even t , an d an d $ 3 . 20 t o C u b S cou t s . D eve l o p e d an d s t a g e d H a ll owe ' en p ar t y f or 800 c h i l d r e n a t c o s t of $ 7 1 . 5 3 . I MM »N M l M use some go some peaceful place and just rest . . . Oh, well, might as well stay right here i n the b a n k for awhile . . . {moans gent»... ..OCCUPATION„„ ZONE STATE., nan ... They'll sweep us out l a t e r . . . Probably couldn't get across the street now anyway, w h a t with t h a t dawgone traffic . . . Might get h u r t . . . H^m-rh-m . . . This is nice . . . See you again sometime. H e ld 26 t h annua l Ch r i s t mas P ar t y f or 67 c hild ren a t c o s t of $ 1 1 2 . 6 8 . Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore, and baby, William BaLn Sr., the Misses Dorothy Bain and Eileen Bourgeois spent t h e week end in Utica a t the L as t y ear ' s auc t i on rea li ze d $ 532 . 49 . Th e Ki wan i ans h o p e t o ex t en d t h a t fi g ure F r id a y . A s a s p o k e s m a n p o i n t e d ou t , \W e w i l l n e e d m o r e d o - n a t i o n s f r o m m o r e p e o p l e s o w e c a r r d o m o r e f o r m o r e .\ HOLIDAYACCIDENT:1905vs.1954! '3t’‘..-' ' $33- ~44» ff: '~ ‘.4 I . 5.‘; “ .‘q;,; Irv; C5~“—i~.>' [{v'_??;‘.» _: I f when to hot-rod loss, 143:2’ ' -3‘a,,._.«' , 2;» ‘ ' 4‘ v , 52,2; 4‘ 9 ; ' , . -J »i t t ‘Q7 ‘ /.3‘ - . If‘ ’ 141‘; 9, . , $s:';;';; , ;r&‘:4§<<!;,§’g< ,n ~, \ '_;;,;;:;:‘_r7;;=/, , j’}’.‘§?,‘«,‘»“;ySuI: . -_, /’ .\¢f5 * / i <t f f JL** traveling probably four driver's u«* times* a s fast, you're sitting in the driver's seat on t h a t coming Labor Day trip, the accident prevention department of E m p l o y e r s Mutuals of Wausau r e m i n d s . you that excessive speed a n d sudden death go hand-in-hand: You should observe not only $he l e g a l speed limit, but the limit s e t by road, traffic and weather - conditions . . . because any speed can be a killing speed, depending <fipoti* ,$&& Circumstances. • —Ph«to» courtesy Employers. Mutuals of Wausau -in* >-<* $Ke. operator times* a s fast, lost his life. If sitting *~ X13 .,.‘~~,,x .=<-<. •& • # * \ * 4’? *3 mg^ifimfmmmmgminn'minil-in n «u|im iimliiii IIIL I JI I r i , i *ME TJ(X>NDEROGA SENTINEL J O H N B . TEFFT* E d i t o r a n d P u b l i s h e r TOM SHEA , ass i s t an t Edi t or E s t a b l i s h e d i n 1872 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT TICONDEROGA . N . Y . » ^ | ^ l f ^ -tl | j e < ^ t Q ^ ^ a t Ticonderoga, N . Y., as second class m a t t e r OTB8CKBPTION B A T E S : $4.00 p e r y e a r i n t h e United S t a t e s i x _ ^ ^mCWJmQN IN E S S E X C O U N T Y '\ ^ ^ J S ^ W ^ f l ^ ^ W e t l y i n advance Btappewi notices 10 c en t s a line. Rate* for display advertising a M O g l q ^ i r a on application a t business Office. ; \ Th* Sentinel assumes no financial responsibility for t y p o - tTBp1U<^ e r r o »i n advertisements b u t WiU r e p r i n t t h a t p a r t of ^ a d v e r t i s e i h e n t i n which t h e typographical e r r o r occured. Adverttsers will please notify the m an a g e m e n t immediately of an y e r r o r s which m a y occur.*„ ' ' • « • • , Copy for display advertisements must be in o u r hands before T u e s d a y a t t w e l v e o'clock t o insure insertion in t h e c u rr en t issue. . Sentinel subscribers a r e asked to notify t h e publisher p r o m p t l y of a n y changes in t h e i r addresses. Under t h e n e w postal l a w , n e w s p a p e r s an d periodicals must pay postage d u e for notices of a n y c h a n g e i n address furnished by t h e post office. I n addition t h e r e 'is also t h e problem of delay m delivery or failure t o get t h e p a p e r . T h e best p l an is to send t h e change of address in advance. ' . PER ANNUM FIGURED FROM DATEOFDEP&SIT • compovndedand' poid qvorterly rewih in MA X I M U M reterM o« your cvrplus funds of Upttoto Hew York's oldest tarings baak. BANKBYMAIL EASY. . . SAFE C O N V E N I E N T For doy-to-day bonlw*9 •eeds — pafromxey o w commwntry bonk ALBANYSAVINGS feaESEE EST-l«20 M A I N OFFICE: 20 N . Peorl S». MNE HILLS: 501 Western Ave. Utmhm Him* Cporfl Iwirwci Owf. 1st Annual Non-Profil BaseballTournament S p onsore d B y T h e E. M. B, A. Saturday, Sunday, Monday Sept. 4 - 5 - 6 E. M.B. A. FIELD TICONDEROGA FOUR VERMONT TEAMS mm NEW YORK TEAMS Double Elimination Firpt Game Saturday Morning 10:30 A. M. Afternoonand Evening Gaines TrophiesandPriseesto Winning TeamandRiinner-Up Individual Trophies Donation, $1.50 — Good ^ ^ u r n a i n e n t Z5centseach sessioin

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