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V*-V-» >r*'.v v* - -. '•.?• •••■’''■ y.i-,M • «• «- .: ■* •- . • •/ fc-t' •*■ . ' ... • • v-#-* • - a' *■ ^HE GREENWICH JOUBlfAE, ’WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 19, 1924 lataaraaaffl! i— , *■ - i i ^oad ,eads E R ’S • f YOUR Special rs i f nd stripes na&r 4 Iustered :rinomed louflon, Coney nent of t these e $22. OO 1U id U p 3 O U T D U R E C I A L that ■well m u c h de- essed w o - ...... 45c .round the Ul K i n d s of l P R O N S Greatly R e d u c e d fORK t S T h e S e c ret Every successful man knows enough to stay in­ side his income. He is smart enough to build a surplus that is later expressed by in­ dependence. To have, you must save. Greenwich Savings and Loan Association [GREENWICH JOURNAL W E D N E S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 1 9 , 1 9 2 4 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Three Mraths - t .50 Six M»ntha - - I1.W One Year - - $2.10 Single Copies - $ .05 LOCALS AND PERSONALS S M I T H ’S P A I N Q U E E N For R h e u m a tic Pain N e u r a lgia, Lam e B a c k , S t i f f J o i n t s - - S p r a i n s Sold b y Dru g g i s t s An Extra Measure of Service F o r years w e h a v o a i m e d to render better sorvice t h a n is expected— bet­ ter than m i g h t b e necessary— better than h a d heen customary. W e be­ lieve in giving: an extra m e a s u r e of service. H o w -well w o h a v e succeedcd in our a i m s w e d o not k n o w . T h o g r o w t h that lias t a k e n place in the n u m b e r of o u r depositors a n d vol­ u m e of deposits in the past twelve years indicates that our friends a p ­ preciate o u r efforts to help them. D u r i n g this period o u r business has increased over 8 0 0 % . Join ou r ever-incroasing n u m b e r of depositors; give o u r service a trial. 4 *r P a i d o n T i m e Deposits. .»The Peoples National Bank SALEM N. Y. H e n r y A. Spallholz, President IL L. P a l m e r , Cashier. O u r e v e r y p r o ­ fessional act ia p e r f o r m e d in o satisfactory m a n - nor. O u r eacper- ieoced metkorfi a n d the justness of o o r business e u M i n c t are al- w a y s a b o v e criti­ cism. rmm a.sAPRETTj U N D E R T A K E R , GREENWICH. NT.: D A Y f l W B N I C K 7 P H O N E S - ' 9 k A. H. BOYLE O P T O M E T R IS T w il be at [ A M I L T O N H O U S E k M & J r f j M s ekp't't'V/,;..; , j\--'. ;* • \ % — M i s s A g n e s Gleason of T r o y w a s a w e e k - e n d visitor here. — J o h n R o u k e s p e n t the w e e k e n d w i t h his family in Watervliet. — Misses Harriet Bright a n d Lillian M u l l i g a n spent the w e e k e n d in Glens Falls. — J o h n Giffin left M o n d a y for Flor­ ida, w h e r e h e expects to s p e n d the winter. — H a r i y V a n e e of A l b a n y spent S a t u r d a y a n d S u n d a y with his p a r ­ ents here. — Alton D o u b l e d a y s p e n t a f e w d a y s last w e e k with friends in T r o y a n d A l b a n y . — G e o r g e D a i s y returned h o m e S u n d a y after a t w o -weeks’ v a c a t i o n spent in N e w Y o r k . — M r s . Jer r y Coifey a n d s o n a n d d a u g h t e r spent t h e \ W e e k e n d in A l ­ b a n y wife M r . Coffey. — M r . a n d M r s . Jesse W a t e r s , M i s s Marc e l l a W a t e r s a n d H e n r y A l d o u s spe n t S u n d a y w i t h friends in H o o s i c k Falls. — Rev. F r a n k W . B e v a n addressed the F a t h e r a n d S o n b a n q u e t at the M e m o r i a l M e t h o d i s t church in T r o y M o n d a y . — H o w a r d B a i n of Springfield, Mass., spent a f e w d a y s last w e e k with his parents, M r . a n d M r s . E d ­ w a r d Bain. — A son w a s born N o v e m b e r 5 to M r . a n d Mrs. J a m e s D e w e y at C e n t e r Falls. T h e b o y ha s been n a m e d J a m e s , jr. — T h e s e w i n g m e e t i n g of the W o m ­ e n ’s Relief corps will be held t o m o r ­ r o w e v e n i n g al the h o m e of Mrs. J a y D u r h a m nt Center Falls. — Milton (Iillis a n d William Stover attended thp F a t h e r a n d S o n b a n q u e t held in the M e m o r i a l Methodist c h u r c h at T r o y M o n d a y . - R e v F. W . B e v a n will preach at a W i n - M y - C h u m w e e k service in the E m b u r y M e t h o d i s t chu r c h at C a m - hridce t o m o r r o w evening. 1 — Mrs. H o m e r S J k w o r t h a n d d a u g h ­ ter returned h o m e S u n d a y after spen d i n g th^ past t w o w e e k s at the h o m e of he r father in Kingston. I — T h e F u l m e r children, w h o are in ! B r o o k l y n with their mother, h a v e u n ­ d e r g o n e operations for the r e m o v a l [of tonsils a n d adenoids while there. I — J o h n W . T h o m a s w a s t a k e n Rat- j u r d a y e v e n i n g to the C a m b r i d g e hos- ipital, w h e r e tie u n d e r w e n t a n o p e r a ­ tion for appendicitis. Hi s condition is reported as favorable. — Mrs. G e r t r u d e M e a r s o f G r e e n ­ w i c h an d H o s e a E. K i n g o f Arlington, Vt., w e r e m a r r i e d at the Methodist p a r s o n a g e b y Rev. F. W . B e v a n S a t ­ u r d a y m o r n i n g . N o v e m b e r 15. — A food a n d r u m m a g e sale will be hold Saturday, N o v e m b e r 29, in the b a s e m e n t of the R u t l e d g e hotel u n d e r the auspices of t h e W o m e n ’s Relief corps. T h e r u m m a g e sale will start at 9:30 a.m.. a n d the food sale at 2:30 o ’clock p.m. — T h e regular m e e t i n g of the W o m ­ e n ’s Relief corps will be held F r i d a y evening of this w e e k . A g o o d a t t e n ­ d a n c e is desired as the corps inspec­ tor. Mrs. Scully of Schuylerville, will b e present. C o v e r e d dish refresh­ m e n t 1! will he served. — L C. D u n n i n g h a s the contract for furnishing a portion of the l u m ­ ber for thp W h i t i n g m i l k station at Archdale, w h i c h is bei n g rebuilt. T h e building w a s destroyed h y fire s e v ­ eral w e e k s ago. T h e w o r k of replac­ ing it w a s c o m m e n c e d last wee k . j — H o w a r d Cline has sold the M a r ­ vin M e y e r s f a r m in A r g y l e to Mr . B e a u d o i n of Schenectady, w h o will take possession M a r c h 1. H e h a s also sold Mrs. G r o e s b e c k ’s f a r m at G a n s e - voort to H. H i r k o x of William s t o w n , Mass., w h o will t a k e possession D e - ; c e m b e r 15. I — T h e ladies of the M e t h o d i s t | c h u r c h are invited to the h o m e of M r s . I I. B. Powell T h u r s d a y a t 2:45 p.m., to observ'e the d a y of pr a y e r set aside h y the general executive of the For- j eign Missionary society. Thank-offer- j ing envelopes will be h a n d e d in at this time. — T h e La d i e s ’ A i d society of the R e ­ f o r m e d c h u r c h .will hold its a n n u a l Chr i s t m a s f a n e y w o r k a n d food sale in the chapel of th e c h u r c h S a t u r d a y afternoon a n d evening, D e c e m b e r 6. Aprons, children’s apparel, dolls a n d m a n y other articles suitable for C h r i s t m a s gifts will be on sale. T e a will be served. — A sale of aprons, rugs, f a n e y w o r k a n d food will be held in the b a s e m e n t of the R u t l e d g e h o u s e S a t u r d a y after­ noon, N o v e m b e r 22, at t w o o’clock b y m e m b e r s offClass N o . 8 of the Baptist church. T h e s’lte of food will b e g i n at three o ’clock. M c m b V r s are re­ quested to leave their finished articles at the p a r s o n a g e n o t later t h a n to­ m o r r o w , COUNTY NEWS J ------- ~ CAMBRIDGE — T h e a n n u a l b u s i n e s s m e e t i n g a n d election of officers of the Y o u n g 1 P e o ­ ple’s society of the U n i t e d P r e s b y ­ terian c h u r c h will' b e held at Mrs. D a ­ vid M o o r e ’s F r i d a y e v e n i n g of this w e e k , at w h i c h t i m e a covered dish su p p e r will be served. E a c h m e m b e r is to b r i n g w h a t h e pleases so the m e n u will be a surprise. — T h e following- Civil w a r veterans f r o m S h u s h a n , Albert Corbett, a g e d seventy-seven years, A l o n z o Foster, a g e d eighty-eight, J a m e s Crosier, eighty-two, a n d W i l l i a m H . Flint, eighty-one, w e r e recent visitors at Williard L a w t o n ’s, w h o is eighty-one. M r . L a w t o n h a s b e e n confined to the hou s e for s o m e time. — O n M o n d a _ y afternoon in the p a r ­ lors of the C a m b r i d g e , M r s . H a n n i b a l A . W i l l i a m s again a p p e a r e d before a n enthusiastic audience, w h i c h filled the r o o m to capacity. H e r rendition of the old love tragedy, “R o m e o a n d Juliet,” w a s excellent Prof. C. W . T o w n s e n d g a v e several piano solos. D u r i n g the afternoon tea w a s served b y M r s . Higgins, Miss D a y a n d Mrs. A r t e m a s Scott. ELEVEN — Mrs. E d w i n T. Cornell, while helping to decorate ‘ t h e c h u r c h for Armistice day, fell f r o m a ladder a n d fractured t h e large b o n e in her wrist lengthwise. — Rev. a r d M r s . J. H . W h i t e a n d daughter of F o b # A n n attended the funeral of J a m e s M c N e i l M o n d a y . Mrs. M c N e i l a c c o m p a n i e d t h e m on their return h o m e . Jajn.es M c N e i l J a m e s M c N e i l died v e r y suddenly at his h o m e F r i d a y afternoon. His funeral w a s held M o n d a y afternoon from the M . E. church, Rev. J. H. White, a f o r m e r pastor, assisted by Rev. F. J5. Daniels, officiated. Inter­ m e n t w a s in the fa m i l y plot at Schaghticoke. SOUTH CAMBRIDGE — Mr. a n d Mrs. G e o r g e ‘Cornell w e r e T r o y visitors recently. — A s a Bailey h a s procured a m a n to w o r k in his blacksmith shop. — Mr. a n d Mrs. T h o m a s M c G o w a n h a v e installed a radio a n d loud speaker. — Mrs. E. T. Cornell is spending.fche w e e k in B e n n i n g t o n with h e r sister, M i s s F a n n i e Olin. — Mr. and. Mrs. F r e d Willett of Coila w e r e reecnt guests of M r . a n d M r s . G e o r g e Cornell. — Mrs. Clarence H u n t a n d d a u g h t e r of Mechanicville called on M r . a n d M r s . W e s l e y N e w c o m b a n d Mrs. D a r - fee recently. — Mr. a n d Mrs. Will Potter of Granville spe n t several d a y s in t o w n recently as the guests of M r . a n d Mrs. | C h a r l e s Dodds. j — M t s . G e o r g e B. F r i d a y a n d Miss | F r i d a y of T r o y m o t o r e d to S o u t h j C a m b r i d g e last w e e k W e d n e s d a y a n d , called o n M r s . A. W . Brownell. | — Mrs. E r n e s t Gifford m o t o r e d to :tho C a m b r i d g e hospital last w e e k ! W e d n e s d a y for her uncle, P e r r y E d d y , w h o h a d h e e n taking treatment for a few days. W HITE CREEK — W o r k on the c o u n t y road has been discontinued for this year. — J a m e s C. L a k e h a s suffered a re­ lapse a n d is critically ill at his h o m e . — W i l l i a m J. D a v i s is rebuilding a barn for J a m e s T. Allen of this place. — Mrs. C h a r l e s Tesin of T r o y is a guest of M r . a n d M t s . G e o r g e B_on- plon. — Several f r o m here attended the grange m e e t i n g at C a m b r i d g e Friday ; evening. — F. W . Fuller a n d C. H. Fuller were in Beflnington -on business last Thursday. — M r s . R o b e r t M o n t g o m e r y h a s re­ turned f r o m Schenectady, w h e r e she has b e e n visiting relatives for several weeks. — A n o r g a n has b e e n p u r c h a s e d for the B a r k e r school with a part of the m o n e y earned b y the pupils selling i'andy. — T h e r e w a s a g o o d a t t e n d a n c e last w e e k W e d n e s d a y e v e n i n g at the dance in J e r m a i n hall for the benefit of the grange. — Mrs. B . W . Niles a n d M r s . E. 11. Allen w e r e elected delegates to the lay electorial conference at the third quarterly conference. — M i s s Lois Estes a n d t w o other m e m b e r s o f the H o r t h B e n n i n g t o n hiph school faculty' w e r e callers at F W . Fuller's last w e e k T u e s d a y . m i t spent s o m e time last w e e k with M r s . E v a l y n Snell. - - — M r . a n d M r s . Daniel Beadle a n d d a u g h t e r D o r o t h y visited Mrs. B e a ­ dle’s mother, M r s . Hattie Dennis, S u n d a y . — T h e N o r t h C a m b r i d g e C e m e t e r y ussociation h a s pur c h a s e d land of Mrs. A n n a 1. K e n y o n for a n addition to the cemetery. — Mrs. Nellie W a t e r s ' a n d fa m i l y entertained Mr. a n d Mrs. P. P. Allen of Fl y S u m m i t , a n d Mrs. E v a l y n Snell S u n d a y . — District Superintendent H o m e r F. Titus conducted the fourth quarterly conference at the church last w e e k W e d n e s d a y evening. ] — T h e r e w e r e n o services a t the j c h u r c h S u n d a y a s the pastor, Rev. J. ! IS. Churchill, w a s suffering with a n attack of l u m b a g o . — T h e D. W . \Whiting c o m p a n y of B o s t o n has c o m m e n c e d to rebuild the buildings that w e r e destroyed b y file here'Some' time Sgo. — M r . a n d Mrs. M a l c o l m L y o n s a n d Mrs. Forrest Lyons, a n d Mrs. Eliza­ beth R a t h b u n w e r e S a r a t o g a Springe visitors one d a y last week. — M i s s D f s s l a y n e D u r k e e of Fort E d w a r d a n d Miss M a b e l Safford of M i d d l e Falls w e r e o v e r S u n d a y guests >if M r . a n d Mrs. Otis H a r r i n g t o n a n d family. — M r . a n d Mrs. B. F. W a t e r s left We d n e s d a y . , o f last w e e k to s p e n d the winter in Florida. W h e n last h e a r d f r o m they h a d reached Charleston, S. C., a n d w e r e enjoying their trip i m ­ mensely. — T h e a n n u a l sale of h o m e - m a d e f a n e y w o r k , candy, ice c r e a m etc. will be held at the N o r t h C a m b r i d g e ch u r c h F r i d a y e v e n i n g of this w e e k . A c l a m c h o w d e r s u p p e r will also -he served f r o m 7 until 9 o ’clock, l i e public is invited to attend. O T H A N K S G I V I N G N E E D S Roaster Carving Sets Pie Tins Kitchen Knives Pots and Kettles R. HAVERLEY . ............................................... mu ARCKDALE Mr. a n d Mrs. Forre«* L y o n s ei- !• r u i n e d a t dinner S u n d J y . — M rs. J o h n J. H e r r i n g t o n enter- ti m-<i the H o m e D e p a r t m e n t tia-ss ’ I-', w e e k Mrs. Elizabeth H a t e s of Fl y S u m - SPECIAL SET KITCHEN KNIVES $ 2 . 0 0 R . H A V E R L E Y JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS VICTROLA CLUB T H E CLUB PLAN $ i MAKES YOU A MEMBER O u r V ic t r o l a C h r i s t m a s C l u b P l a n is a “ s a f e a n d s a n e ’ ’ w a y o f b u y i n g . I t w i l l a p p l y to a G i f t a s w e l l a s s o m e t h i n g y o u b u y f o r y o u r s e l f . “ O n e D o l l a r M a k e s Y o u a M e m b e r ” THEN \ a week for $35 and • U U $5Q Victrola. a week for $100 and $125 Victrola . Come in and let us explain further, how easy it is to put any machine in your home Christmas week. Come early, as there is only a limited number cf members to this club. We Sold Out Last Year Any Victor Record you want If it’s listed in the Victor Record catalog, we have i t — or we’ll g e t it for you. Tell us the number of that hard-to- get standard record a nd see if we don’t make good. Your First Payment of $ i Makes You a Member Why delay? Once you realize how easy and convenient it 1 is to own a Victrola, you will have one. Q ill \up and tell us to send it out. Our pay­ ment plan is made for you. W e h a v e m a d e a majority of h o m e s in this section h a p p y with a Victrola. Let us m a k e your h o m e h a p p y . Y o u will w o n d e r h o w y o u ever g o t a l o n g without it w h e n y o u once o w n a Victrola. JuBt as s o o n a s y o u join a n d p a y the $ 1 . O O y o u are a m e m b e r , a n d the Victrola is delivered to y o u C h r i s t m a s w e e k . R e m e m ! (T! Y o u can h a v e a n y kind of m u s i c y o u w a n t w h e n ever y o u w a n t it, w h e n you h a v e a Victrola in y o u r h o m e . T h e old time turn's, the newest dances, m a r c h e s , g r a n d opera,— n o m a t ­ ter w h a t vour favorite music is— w e c a n play it for y o u o n the Victrola. S o d o n ’t put it off until t o m o r r o w . Join our club. 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