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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, July 27, 1967, Image 5

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^ i * i S t * .rr- i . i jT-'i ^ * o i A ^ : , f . * , ' ! t i . . •• 'n.‘w i » ® a * '■ •. v3il^:W» ’ \ K.b: V;i V s *J*'- f ? - Ba£», MZi i t - . | : ;- r l : ;v . b'- i ' r i —Mr. and Mrs. Ellon Aus­ tin vacationed at York Beach* Maine last week. —Miss Jean Friday is spend­ ing this week at Beaver Cross summer, camp at Cooperstown. —Jeff Ijockendorff of Bain bridge is Upending two weeks with bis grandmother, Mrs. R. W. Dockendoflf. . —Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll of Sunman, Indiana, are spend ing a mowth with his sister, Mrs. Georgi ®% jjM fs., —Miss D§ane iioii$ar o£ Cor­ inth spent'ft few cfayis w iti her' brotheir-in-ljw and/Sister, Mr! and Biffs'. SherwpotTPatrick. —Mr. antJ Mrs. trordon aker Jr, arayspra,, David and' Andy, spenf Tas’t’ week nitration -1 ing at West Scarboro, Maine! .' —■Mrs. R $ s Cf^Js ol Dothan,' Alabama, ■fas a guest last week of her aunt, Mrs. Gordon 0, Whitaker Sr., and Mr. Whitaker. —Mr. arid Mrs. Whitfield Ow­ ens recently spent a few days in the Amish community and vis­ ited relatives art Pennsylvania. —Mr:, and Mrs. Francis Les­ son arid Mr. ’and Mrs. Harold Sherid&n returned recently from a vacation in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. • r—M » s. LeRoy;. Foster r e «, ceived word Tuesday from Oak-; land, Calif ., thapher . sister, Mrs. - Violet . Lamore, (had been Silted; ' in an automobile accident. -Christine .^(toollj daughter,, of Mr.and w& r ,Thomas roll of Woodside, L. I., , came' last Thursda&f <h $ s it her grand­ p a r e n t^ ^ , atfd Mrs, Lyle Hill, Tr-Mr^and Mrs, Joseph Hijtey and daughter, Mrs,. John Don- derQj«arid J*ei> son, Michael, ~of; Brooklyij-i&re spending av vaca­ tion*; at\ the Haley’s sunmer hoifte.on the Riddell 'road. —G * r y « d W c l u i e l entertained d ie mem ber of their Litt le J^IIo\Ws league, the Lions at a po#i party following Today Is Someone’s Birthday or Wedding Anniversary SEND A CARO their gam e w lth the Legion last Friday;,. —Mr. a n i Mrs. Cortland rhom a saaui daughters, Nanette and Lo^.-Annfe, sa p u t , Sunday TBki |&ymoad '«b *|fc£r camp \• •l-f'-'v' '*-• - ~ M r | ^ g v!8pS. i t i c j i i 'd Judd and today to re­ turn 'Sjtnith visiting Mr. Juda^piureftts, Mr. and Mrs* who is Pteriili^fesiuUBinei: seh'dol -gt te ’u^ilrsll^ at Plattsburgh, 'spent t|$'-:week eiid with his ^other,;?y,|lrs. Martin McCor­ mick, arid family. - , •, —Mrs. Agnes ia t a Garter, wife of the late Taul Carter, of Pensacola, Florida, visited in Cfyeeriwich a sJuwt time Friday while on a ten^day trija through the, north with her son-in-law and'daughter. — •. -^utldas?, July\ E 6 /Xo^i Anne Thomas received a call from Geissen, fcSermamy, from her brother and sister-in-law, Sp/4 and Mrs\. J«rome Thomas. Lori Anne was eight years old Sat­ urday, July 15. , —Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morri­ son i t y #nd /children of ito* hegan .’L:a 3? e wore overnight quests Sunday of his parents, ^ar&ld Morrison* •ind Mpnday attended the fu­ neral pf his . aunt, Mrs. Ken- Paoplt to Be Remembered N«xt Week Inclod* the Foliowlna: | BIRTHDAYS SUNDAY, JULY 30 — Fjinnl* ;McC. Barber, August E, F cwj , Scott Snyder, Emma VfJIrfay, Eleanor Greaves, Beatrice Wh!t«, WilHam M. SmiHi Jr„, ;Jty Howlett. t *3NDAY, JU L Y 31 — Ituth Whitaker, Jsnine Lyoni. TUESD A Y , AUGUST 1—J udith ‘ Lundberg. 1 J W EDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 — William Murphy, G. 0, 'Whit- aker Sr., «&jn*nd* Bombard, — ^Marc-Edwcrcl Whelden. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3 - l l n d * . Lee McEachron, H«nry G«r- * main, * ......... ........ ~ FRIDAY, AUClUST 4 — L«e Stewens, Linda Walker, Edna Gravlih, Douglas E . Skiff, Cathy Coen. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 — Dor­ othy Reid, Joan Elaine Balia, Roswell Barbur, Davjcf Lundberg*, Edith Bak<rr H«|v ry Jennings. . , ANNIVERSARIES TUESDAY, AUGUST t — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morton, Wr. and Mrs, Eddy Liddell. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 t \Mr. and Mrs. Eli Brown. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3 — Mr and Mrs. G. O. Whitalc«r Sr- SATURDAY, AUGUST 5 — «nd Mri. Theo<bre Powell. ■ Holmes Pharmacy Jouraal Stationeis The Hughes Newsroom Donohue’s Pharmacy , Send in the BIRTHDAY and ANNIVERSARY Dates of Your Family aiid Friends—W * VVaht fb List n^th-M f'—Mr.’“amd Mrs, « . R. Swartz of-'Rahway, M. J., and their son .and daugiater-in-la-w, Mr, and v%s.!jfeil'R. Swarta and daugh­ ter, Lori, »f Menlo Park, N. J„ who are spending a vacation at Hedges lako, called Tuesday on Mrs. Swartz’ sister, Mrs. Ernest Br-onsveld. * T/Sgt. and Mi’s- Donald Pel­ tier flrid ,s-on, Jotn, who - had been iii Ev«etett, Wash.-, for the .past year, came last Thursday to;the hoimo e f Bjfe father, Wil­ liam J. Peltier Sr. After a inopth’s leave Sgt. Peltier will go‘ to Vietmatn, and Iters. Pettier and John Mill reside with Mr. Pettier, , —Mr.. aifcd Mrs,. Inland Rob- ertson'and (laughter, Mrs. Rob­ ert Scott, and clltdren, Lynda and Craig, of Gloas Tails, and their son-inlaw and daughter, Sir. and Mrs. James Tomasi, of Salem have returned from a va* cation at Occan'Clty. N; J. They were Joined there by Mr. ana Mrs. Edward S-cott of Williams^ town. N. S. —Mrs. Charles Mitchell of Ithaca is vlsitbig Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morton. Mrs. Alice 'Bon-** ney of Liberty was a guest of tfte Mortoas last week. Satur­ day Mr. and Mrs. Morton and' jlr. and f c Orville CoHlns took Mrs. BBoiiiey to her home and-*-Visited- ,their auntj Mrs. George * Mitteer Iii Eilenville. Kathy Mocton, ^ho had heen visiting M!rs. Sarah Norton O’Toole in- New Ifork city, re- turned hoonx wiGi her parents. • ' v „ ' l —Mr; and M r s . l ^ y ii(idelt, Mr. and Mrs. Herf>ertx Lididell arid daughter and son/ Jill and Eddy, of Easton, Mr, and Mrs.. Peter Liddell, Schenectady «nd Lester Washburn of Ganseyoort were in New York city Sunday to attend the wedding of Miss Joann Liddell and Dr. Mark Aronson. ■ , % —Richard Norton spent la s t , week at Skye farm, a Methodist ; camp near Warrensburg. Miss- Louise Norton was a counselor •in the jiiniQr catnp at Skye farm < last week; David Williams and : Miss Carol Ackner pvere. coun-1 selors in the junior high caifip and Miss Donna Spellman 'was a junior counselor. £~Mrs> Charles E. Cleveland , and children are spending tie summer with her parents, Mr. • and Mrs. Harold Sheridan, while her huslj&nd is at the IMted States naval training eenter at Bainbridge, Maryland.^- ;This week Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sher- idan and children pf ’ West Kingston^ Rhode Island, are at the Sheridan home. - . Obituaries MRS. KENNETH FOSTER Mrs. Mary J. FosterH&r'Wife of the late Kenneth Foster, died Friday morning in Albany Med* , ical center hospital. ' ‘ Funeral services were con­ ducted Monday morning at Flynn Brothers funeral home ; and at S t Jos 0 ph,’§; (Jatholic church where a requiem mass-’ iwas celebrate , Jtotefip.efti /was 1 Iii St. Joseph’s cemetery, Mrs. Foster was born Sep- . tember lit, 1902, in Greenwich, ; daughter of the ‘ late I/tichael and Ellen Henley Corcoran. She was a member of St. Joseph’s church, - 1 SBC.* Miss* DAVIES-HOEY Frances Hoey, Pleas* Mail a Card to Dept. BA, P;0. Box 165 Greenwich, N. Y. 12434 Oil? «pjilr s«rvic«s ar* rijlit »nd reliable RMIos * transistors - , --Jteoor&Piayers . - Ri»cord* - Accessories ; a t ' 1 PELTIER 'S Surviving are a son, M a m a^ghter of Mr. aiid Mrs, Thom A. Fpster; a sister, Mrs. Harold as j ^qey Jr, ^of- ScfeuyJerviUei Morrison, and ,a brother, Frank b ecame the bride of Russell E, Corcoran^ all of Greenwich. | Davies, aon of Mrv and Mrs, Itus-; , ;sell J. Davies of Greenwich, at GEORGE B. GUILE £ nuptial mass Saturday. July 22, George B. Guile of 19 Eliza- at the.Church of the Visitation 3 th street, La|ham, died last Ln Schuylerville. Jit. Rev. Msgr. Thursday. Funeral services were James R. Gazeley, pastor, offick lieia i n Albany Saturday -and atod aiid bestowed the papal interment was in Albany Rural blessing. • * i ‘. • ----- S I S ”1” **\*- « * Corwith; Wo sons, John G, . . Guile of Latham and, Rey* Fred- _ giv®ri ^l . niaTrri“| e -ericmS; Gallfe -of'SMr: Lakej a her^atoerrwore Boer length Sister, Mrs. Walton James of all lace o^er talFeta, eagq Troy; and sax .grafldWidiNini^vi fashion, feMtt|ii%*aft ■ ernpm .. 7 \ - ; lo o k ,. attached ^cliapej train, thow as j doNLsp finired sleeves and ;! scalloped ■-h the notes 01. B.« icath oi S ; cl • £ * w J \ 2 S f Utt ‘Thomas J. Conice. 68. of Albany ^ pearls and OTstn] heltl In last week’s Greenwich Jour- fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a colonial bouquet listing the survivors. Mr. Con- 5fn sweetheart roses and carna- lee is survived. by a-brother, ..... . , Donald j. Conlee of Hudson MiSs Cathlden *irallJ o f Schuy- Falls; and- four sisters. Miss Ierville, was maid -of hbnoV,* Mary Conlee o f Greenwich, Mrs. Mss Ana Hoey,. cousin of tlte Martin Herbert of Troy, Mrs. Mdo, Miss Cynthia Patnaude- Veromcg^ariey and Mrs. Rita both pf Schuylerville, and Eliza* BuchanaKcf 'Hudson Falls. ~ lotfh Paladino of Mahopac, w e r e , thfe b r id e s n i a id s .\T h e y w o r e - , id^nticai fu l l ' length: gowns of j y ellow chiiEon over taffeta w ittt em p ir e w aist', and sh o r t puffed, sieeves. They w e re enibroiderci. Mrs. Helen Ruddock, direc- -with appliqws oS yellow daffo- tor of the Greenwich vacation dlls tand . vcircled ^yith iliossr church school, has announced green velvet ribbon. Their the faculty for the sehooi, crowriless picture hats in light which will be held August 7 yello*^ were accented vvith, a through IB in various churches long moss green velvet ribbon, in the Village. They are: fire- They carried colonial bouquets school, Mesdames Marion Gillis, cf sweetheart roses, carnations Anita Stoddard, Beverly Squires and daisies. md m m kindergarten, ;.For reception which, fol- Mrs. Petrina McCune; grade h i0Vyed at Chateau de Louis the Mp. Bermee Morehouse; grades mother-of-the bride chose a 2 w a s, Miss Carol Lott Ackner; S f ^ L dres with fulI d e p S r a e i t SS tant£ “ e ^Ch White- and green em b roidered Centenary Methodist Rev. John Columbus, Pastor Services will be resumed oh Sunday, August 6 , at' 10 a.m. The United Church Rev. Donald R. McLeod. Pastor Services will be resumed on Sunday, August 6 . Church of tlio Open |Bible Rev. Rogfer V, Seacord, Pastor Sunday services-^- ’ ■ 11 a.m. Morning worship. 12 m. Bible school. St. Joseph's Catholic Rev. P. A. Lynch, OSA, Pastor Masses— ■ ‘ Daily, 7:30 a.m. First\ Friday, 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 8:30 arid 10:30 a.m. Holy days, 7:30 a~m. and 7:30 p.m. ’ St. Paul's Episcopal Rev. James Lowery Jr., Rector Sunday services— 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist. 10:30 a.m. Family Eucharist. Christian Science Society Greenwich Sunday service at 11 a.m. Sub­ ject of lesson-sermon: Love. Sunday school for pupils to the age of 2 0 convenes during the morning service. Last Wednesday of the month, 8 p.m. Testimony meeting. Reading rooijn open Saturday 2 to 4 p.m. Public invited. , Radio program: What Are Your Most .Valuable Resources? Part II. Broadcast Sunday at station WBTN, 1370; at 9 a.m.; .WPTR, 1540 at 8:15 a.m.; WBZA Glens Falls, M10, at 9:15 a.m. Friends Meeting Route 40, Easton Sunday, 11 a.m. Worship. Bottskill Baptist Rev. Lewis N. Puwcll, Pastor Sunday services— 10:30 a.m. Mountainside serv­ ice at Willard’s mountain. Monday, 7:30 p.m. Bicenten­ nial committee meeting. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Meeting •Of board, of trustees. On Long The Rev. and Mrs,- Bruce E. Whitehead of Foct lauderdale, Florida, have beem.recent guests oE Mr. aiid Mrs. Meredith ~ Getty ;npd ’ family^ Th« Whiteheads :pent 8 five days fcikdng on the t« n g ‘T5rffl'TErom t|ie Massachu­ setts border to the- Arlington- West Wardsboro roatl. Father Whitehead has comipsleted hiking lbe 255-mile train Erom Blassa- clnisetts to the Caim*dlaxf border. Mi's. Whitehead Is the former LSiuise'\Hurd o'F Mrs. I»n -llurd of Salem and the late D»aiiiel: Hurd! - ' Fntliiji \Whiter luead was formerly ownor of the Marathon ■IndepeEKlent, a week­ ly newspaper, ancl Is now vicar Kf the Episcopal Claurch of the tmtercession in Fort Lauderdale. Church School Teachers Named 124 Main 692-7033 Gr.enwlch Cre<tlt «n ^aw Sets A L L SERVICE CASH Make Us Headquarters for Vpar Supplieg \ ’ •' . f o r lings — Parties — Gala Occasions a;s , We Caitifi'tb Your 'faste for the Best in Domestic and, Imported Liquors arid Wines Store Hours— 9:30 AM - 9:30 P M Mon through Sat Free Delivery - Phone 692-2294 ■‘lit' •,V *«129 Main Street Qreeiiwiph CARD O F THANKS I wish to thank all who sent cards and letters and came to see me while I was in the Mary McClellan hospital. Mack Bain CARD O F THANKS . The family of the late Eliza- b<|th Darfler wishes to thank those who sent cards, mass cards; flowers and other ex­ pressions of sympathy at the time of its bereavement. CARD OF THANKS The fariiily of the late Thom­ as J. Cprilee thanks friends and neighbors for cards, mass cards and flowers, ihe bearers, Father Lynchs those who offered cars and all others who expressed sympathy at the time of its be­ reavement. ' CARD O F THANKS I wish to thanjc the doctors and' nurses, especially Dr. *Ro-^ j mack, and Dr. Berry of Albany,' and friends who remembered me during any four and half weeks stay in Mary McClellan hospitaL Rev. Noreis W. Smith CARD OF THANKS . A note pf gratitude for all of the kindnesses shown n^y family during my recent con­ finement in Mary McClellan hospital, Bessie M. Neilson CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank every­ one for the bards, gifts and calls while I was a patient in the Mary McClellan hospital and since my return home. Every­ thing Was very much appreci­ ated. I also would like to thank Dr. Romack and nurses and hos­ pital stalT for their fine care and kindness. ^ Traey Pettoys CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to' those \who drove caps, sent flowers, mass cards and- spiritual bouquets, served as pall bearers and per- forriied acts of Idfidness at the time Oi our bereavement. Spe­ cial thanks to Rev, Paul A. Lynch and Rev. James H. Grif­ fin, the Flynn Brothers Funeral home, and Dr. John Lamb of Albany medical center hospital staff. . ^ ; William Foster Mr. anil Mrs. Harold Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corcoran lowers, wlute accessories and s. corsages of white eymbiditifta 'orcliids, ‘ Mrs. Davies, nrother of the 'Mdegroom, cihose a >falue an® I pink floraT jpririt of chiffon wit& matching pink accessories aiid' |. a; -corsage of pink cymbidiufa t orchids. L ’ ! Bridegroom’s attendants were Lawrence Haley, Ballston Spa, as best man; Thoinas Smith, Jtl- |; bariy; James McReynolds, Green- ; wiph, and, John Llptak, Schuy- \;ferville, ushers. ' ’ | . i ’or a . wedding trip Jo Mon- , ^treal, Canada, the brid^' wfe attired in a dress of yellow and ( orange pasley with yellow acces- sofies. ........ ::f. The bride is a graduate o i ^JehuylierViile central sch'dol, ^'tended Trinity college^-BurMg-- | 4 <)ei, 3 Vt., for two years Snd has ., ■ , . . v x - J been accepted at ^l^sna' Donald^^ so|i of Mr* ahd . . ... Mrs^ HowaM Hanna of Hart-, Versiv • ford,, was graduated from Adi-| The bridegroom is a graduate rondack Community college1' in of Greenwich central school, Hudson Falls this June, and Hudson Valley Community col- this fall will attend' St. Law- lege and is employed in the research division of ' Product Be- G O I N S T t ) S T . L A W R E N C E - v^lopment for Cummin’s Diesel of Columbus, Ind. - Following their honeymoon the couple, will reside in Bloom- rence university a t Canton where he ha^ -received, a uni­ versity scholarship. ON UNION FA C U L T Y * •Dr. Fred C. Haag and Dr. Eu­ gene A. Leary .have been ap­ pointed assistant professors of ington, Ind. mechanical engineering, at Union! Pre-nuptial parties were given the’bride by her attendants, by owtftiiiQdi .top JmiSil slid doc* ■ i, ■ - ^-^-. 1 ,_ . *,»»V<»+nt, 4 _. tor o f engirieeririg.in science de- * college classmates, and, by grees at KP1. 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