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SEC. A—PAGE .8 ■ A „ o X ,THE GREENWICH JOURNAL THURSDAY, JANUARY i l , 1968: X ■ MRS. KENNETH A, <K)TTRY, Catnbridge Correspondent: Telephone Cambridge 577^3281 1 v'j. --te 'V Mrs. Gottry is the CambEidge Kepreslirttatrvo of \The Greemieh journal . — and is authorized to aeeept subseriptioiis.'and adv&rtiseiaeats. Antiques Shown At DAR Meeti ng The .American Heritage coin- mittee, under the chairmanship; of Mrs. Charles L, Anton, had charge of the show and, tell program at the January meet­ ing of dndawa-Cambridge chjtp- ter, Daughters of the American Revolution, held last Friday af-, ternoon at the.'Historical house in Cambridge. She opened the program by reading the intro­ duction of a. .'paper written by her father, the late Jarvis Hurd, in which he spoke of the im­ portance of paying honor to one’s ancestors. $s>3>3**3\ * For Dekn's Flowers Call EILEEN SNELL GREENWICH 692-7292 .after 6 p.m. or . ' .Saratoga 584-1880 ACHENBACH’S LTD. Since 1890 “If you don't know diam o n d s , know your jeweler ” 208 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. Mas. Anton .then displayed''a ! copy7 o f a photo of aa-ancestor j of h-crs, painted in oil on wood, ,' whieh the family gave to the 1 Bennington museum aind it is on display, there now. ^Hie copy was made by the nauseam for the family. Members o f .the chapter displayed treasured - an- tiqlwes they had brought, many of the:n cwned by their own an: cestors. As each member dis­ played her antique, she told of !, its taistory. Mw- Orson k . Sporr read the message of. Mrs, William H. Sul- , iivara Jr., the president general, ' as 'it appeared in the society’s January ‘magazine. Mrs. Edwin Mook speaking for 1he rational defense com- i mittee mentioned the Itigh state expenses and proposed n e w 1 taxes, reading quotes frona Gov. | Rockefeller on the problems of i medicare, welfare and educa­ tion.• • • Mrs. Charles L. AJiton, chap- i lain, Dead a resolution, on the rteatEi of Mrs. Amos 3), Moscrip, a pa4 regent and actrvo mem­ ber *of the chapter,' Mrs. Allan SkelEie, regent, announced that she was appointing Mrs. Walter E. LsGtrysj Mrs. Moo-k and Mrs. Robert Donnan a committee to name delegates to tfeie DAR fc’unt incnfal Congress to be held in Washington in. April. Elected to serve oft a nominating com­ mittee were Mrs. Jaimes Haif- leigln, Mrs. William I, Nenn- stu'l and Mrs. Andrew Ashton from, the membership, and Mrs- Foster Black and Mrs. Edward J. Schneider, from the- board. ■ Pr ior to the meeting, dessert and -oaffee were served l>y Mrs. Walter Skellie_ and teer com­ mittee. WilliaaQ 0 V#Jiilps jr. wa^ lit staL leijs master of Catnbrid-ge Valley lodge, 481, F'. and' A. M., Monday evening at the Masonic temple. ■ Otfeer - elected - officers installed were: John I. Kerri- man, seaaor wardenj-lfcobeirt ' l . Diirria, junior warden; Kenaierth. A. Gottry, secretary; and {jfcege W. Robertson Sr.,' treasurer, Appoin-ted officers installed were: Jo3in . Devine Jr., senior deacon; Alvon F. Macaulejr Jr., junior ieacon; Gordon @uth- erie,. senior -master of ceremon­ ies; I, ^lltCT ^rossi juiaiorranas- ter of ceremonies; Frederica? X Severson,, chaplain; KSare A., Johansen., marshal; • Rielard E.'Davvsom Jr., pianist; and John B. Sherman, tiler.. The officers were installed5 by R.W. Charles P, Reev&s of Saratoga Springs, a member of the York Cross of Honor. He was ■ assisted by R.W. John D. Briggs as marshal and Ge orge W. llofaertson Jr., as chaplain-.. Retiring M.aster Horace: R, Maxwell was presented a past master’s pin, a gift ■ from bis family. Marine Captain Daniel Severson presented a program on Vietnam. He showed slides and .told of his two tours of .duty tiicre, • Refreshments were served fey Robert EJurrin, assisted by A. Harry Hommel and John Mac­ Donald. GAME TOMORROW Tlie Cambridge central school basketball, t e a m s will play league gaanes on Friday evening with teams of the Schuylerville central school at Schuylervlllo, The junior varsity game will be­ gin ,at 7 «o’dock. N E W L O C A T I O N Route 22, Salem, N. Y. Between Surle Police arad Baxter’s Store NEW CARS - GRIFFIN 854-7815 Authorized Headquarters foi Car Financing for TJiiion National &ank, Troy ONE-THIRD OFF DRESSES SWEATERS COATS ROBES SKIRTS SLACKS HATS on some PLAYTEX and SARONG A GROUP OF WOW REDUCE) H O R MORE 79 M A I N S T t E S t ^ Miss Thu rber Plans Wedding Mr; and Mrs. Earl D. Thur- bei*' of Cambridge, have an­ nounced t h e engagement of their daughter, -Susan? -IDllen, to Gerome Charges Saidl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian G. Sardi of Cambridge. . . ‘ MiSs Thurber is a 19KS6 grad- ua'te of the Cambridge central school and whs graduated ias£ June from the Mildred Elley secretarial school in Albany. She is employed by the Colonie central s c h o o l district .and is a secretary atth e lishaklll junior''high' school. - - - ' Hj|r fjiaijce, also a 1966 grad­’ u a t e o £ the Cambridge school, attended Marist college, Pough- j keei>sie last year and is a spph- omore at Cornell university, I Ithaca. I The' couple'1s i making plans for an August wedding. Obituaries I MRS. FRANK GORMAN | Mrs. Julia R. Gorman, 62, died Sunday at Norwood Sana­ torium, Saranac Lake, after a long illness. The funeral was conducted Wednesday morning at the D. L. Mclnerney .funeral home and in. St, Patrick's church. The body will be placed in the re­ ceiving yault of Woodlands cem­ etery pending intermenit in \fhe spring in St. John the Baptist church cemetery, North Ben­ nington, Vt. Mrs. Gorman was born in I Cambridge Gctober 23,1005, the daughter o f' the late 'Thomas and Margaret Nash Rogers. She was a member of St. Pat- |rick ’s Catholic church a n d I auxiliary to Captain Maxson l post, American Legion. Surviving are her husband, Frank; two sons, Rogers Gor­ man of Rochester and Thomas Gorman of Rensen; two daugh­ ters, Miss Leah Gorman, of New , York city and Mrs. James Shan­ non of Long Island; a brother, Stanley Rogers of Cambridge' and eight grandchildren. MRS. ALBERT A. BAKER Mrs. Estelle Lohnes Baker, 82, wife of Nayy Commander Albert A. Baker, Turnpike road, died Saturday, afternoon in- the Mary McClellan hospital fol­ lowing « long,, illress. Funeral services were conduc- ter Tuesday morning in St. Luke’s Episcopal church by‘the Rev. Robert Gardam, rector. Interment will be in Elmwood cemetery, Schaghticoke in the spring. Bora November 2, 1885, *jn Valley Falls, Mrs. Baker had lived in Cambridge for the past 19 years after her husband’s re- tirment from active duty with the U. S. navy. She was a mem­ ber of St. Luke Is Episcopal church and.of the Ondawa-Cam- bridge chapter, DAR. Surviving besides her hus­ band are two sons, Albert L. of Casper, Wyo., and Charles T. of West Hartford, Conn.; two daughters, Mrs. Janet Towle of Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. ! Elizabeth Harvey of F a l l s Church, Va.; 10 granichildi^n and six great-grandehildren. THEODORE G. REYNOLDS ■ Theodore G. Reynolds, 94, & long time resident of the towii of Cambridge and a fo r w ^ s u - pervisor, died' last Friday, eye-, ning at the Mary McClellan hospital after a short; ilin^s.' Funeral services, were h e l d : ,Monday aftefnoon at '‘.C,barles , A. Ackley ftjineral homd witji \Rey; Alaslai^. j-S. Parr, pastor . the Pl')|'shy- I ie ^ ^ n ^ n )it^^of|ieiatinf meht ivjll 'be’in Prospect. Hilt,! cemete&y, Af gyle,Jifr the sptiag. ' \Mr. Reynolds was born Ije- cejnber. 9, 18.73, in' the (town -of Hebron, the son of the late' Hiram and 3Na n' c y Gilchrist.,, Reynolds.; 'He was a prominent ^faymer in the town of' Cam­ bridge and served several terms j as super\*isor ofythe town. He Fwas a me'mher of the t>oard”<)f' director's of the Mary McClellan I hospital for many years. He was a salesman for the old J. B. Rice Seed' company in Cani- bridge prior to becoming a ' farmer. He was a former preisi- . Ident and. active member of the 1 Adirondack Ayshire ... c lub.. H® was a member and former trus-1 tee of the Village United Pres­ byterian church. Mr. Reynolds is survived by : two. daughters, Mrs. Clarence. ; Rea of Jackson and Mrs. An- dr'ew Bell, Cambridge; one sis­ ter, Mrs. J:ane R. Beattie; Cam-« bridge; 13 grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Personals —Miss Ruth McWhorter is a- surgical patient at the ,Mary Mc­ Clellan hospital. 1 —Mrs. Jerome. E. Wright en­ tered the Mary McClellan hos- j pital last week with a fractured hip suffered in a fall at her home. I —'Mrs. Lynn S. Durfee Is spending the winter with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Durfee, and sons at Rockville, Maryland. I —Mrs. Oliver K. Perry has returned home after spending the holidays with her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mis. John\ R. Ramsey, and sons at Ogdensburg. | —Mr. and Mrs. John McClarty have returned home after spend­ ing the holidays with their son- i in-law and daughter, Mr. and I Mrs. Robert Crose. -and family j at Indianapolis, Indiana. I —Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sten- seth are parents of a daughter, Tammy Lynn, born December 27- at Putnam Memorial hospital in Bennington. Mr. Stenseth is i the son of Mr. and Mrs. An­ drew Stenseth. i —Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Purdy are the parents of a son, Christian John, born December 29 al the Mary McClellan hos- -pital • Mrs. Purdy is the d-attgh ter of 2Ir. and' Mrs. Theodore Williams, and Mr. Purdy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Purdy. Arckdde —Robert Bushee called oit Forrest Lyons last Wednesday afternoon. —Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pratt called on Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lyons last Friday afternoon. —Mr. and TVlrs. Duane Burcli from Honsiek Palls and Mr. and ’ Mrs. Clarence Burch from Bus- kirk called on Mr and Mrs. Lee Thomas one evening last •week. \ by: WALTER D. KINNIN, B.S. Epilepsy has been called the \falling do^jn\ disease be­ cause some, of ifs victims lose consciousness/ go - into convulsions; and fall to the floor. It is also referred to as tlie \hush-hush\ disease because centuries: of fear, Superstition a ncf~ignorance, have grown up aboui ft. A^ long -list of well-known his­ torical figures have been vfic- tims: 'Alexander ihe Great, the philosopher Socrates, the Prophet .Mohammed, the Ro- rrian Conqueror Julius Caesar and th e painter Viftcent Van Gogh. In the past decade, science has made significant .progress in the battle against epilepsy. It is attacking on -three fronts — drugs, sur­ gery and Social attitudes — and Seems +o be winning. We are slowly learning rhore about - diseases orice feared -.and Surrounded by, ignor­ ance. Medicine fs.advancing, -fiill all of your prescriptions* at - KJNNIN'S PHARMACY, r75~'Er^M am St. (ireeting Cards.. . Candy , . Cosmet­ ics C . Convalescent Aids. '.Call 677-3822 for Free De­ livery.— -— -• ~ - ..... HELPFUL HINTr Use all' those, unmated' socks w i t h holes in Jhem to jam paste wait' in when ;yTo<J Wax the Wbert the seek geti dirty w t one side, turn it over^ LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NEW YORK WASHINGTON COUNTY SUPREME COURT WAYNE \H. TANNER, Plaintiff,' —vs— EMMA JEAN TANNER. Defendant. “ACTION FOR DIVORCE\ TO THE ABOVE NAMfiD DEFENDANT,- YOU ARE HEREBY SUM­ MONED to answer the com­ plaint in this action and lo serve a copy of your answer, or if the complaint is not served with this summons, to serve a notice of appearance on the plaintiff’s attorney within thirty -days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in tKe complaint. Dated; , TO THE DEFENDANT EMMA JEAM TANNER: The foregoing summons is served upon .you 'by publication’ pursuant to ah order of Hon. John J. O’Brien, a Judge of the' Washington County Court o f the State of New York, signed tlie 13th day of December 1967, at Whitehall, New York, and: filed _ on {he.’ 27th day of December j 1967, with the complaint in tlie ^Office pf the Clerk of the Coun- iy~Of~ Wasllingtori, at' the 'Wash- .iifgton County Building,:-in the Town of Fort Edward, County of ■ Washington, and State of! flew., York. Ttar olTjecT'of H i s ' fiGtknj' isr an Action fpr a Divorce. WILLIAM.B. MAHONEY - Attorney for, Plaintiff Office and, R.O. Address 122 Main Street Hud'sof? Falls, New Ytirl: ~] 1 2 S,\ft 11,13 ' . ........... OPEN ALL WINTER _ _ ^ - .■ v T'^ \ '. . .... • THE rOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT . Cambridge, N. Yv- • Dinaers' served Tuesday thru Saturday • front 4 ;$0 p.ra. —. Sundays at iiopn . f \ s \ * ‘ • .................... j ** ~ Banquets and Wedding Receptions'— less^ive early to insure desired date Datncing: Every Saturday Featuring * Sr^BERAOE at the Organ For Reservations, CalL677-8096 after 4:30 p.m. r . i Be§f market stronger on all grades, Maiden heifers siroiitg, hull market strong, goad hull? scarce. p[QHs and lambs steady}ycalf i||a,r^|t strong on both hoh and veal. The only tiray yt|U can make cnoney on a boarder is to s«ll her at the CSaaliTlriiJge Valley Livestock^ springers.a-nd fresh cows-in-gooii^demattd. -r - Sliijp tff CAMBRIDGE VAMiBY LIVESTpCK MARKET To our patrons who want their livestock truck«d in pltat* let us Icaiow the night before or real early Tuesday morn­ ing. It 4 av«s us a lot of extra trips. AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY OFF ICE 677-3895 — RESIDENCE 677.3237 Stanley aad drleim McLetntlian, Auctioneers 1 JAde North of Cambridge Route 22 Siargaret H. Callahan, Proprietor INVEIITORY CLEARANCE SALE 1. We h_ave a group of Boy’s Winter Jackets sizes 6 through 18 at $4.88, $5.88 and up V 2. Meai’s Sport Shirts — Close Out .Starting at $1.99 3. Men’s Slipon Sweaters 20% to 50% OFF 4. Many items in a Mixed Category :o\h oral’ Sale Rack It will reap. you dividends; \to take ad-rant&ge of the iteims on this Sale. PRATT'S in Greenwich JANUARY VALUES 220 Volt 3000 Watt ELECTRIC HEATER with Thermostat 16,360 BCTJ $ 4 0 . 6 6 Agway Portable . OIL HEATER 7,5,000 BHJ $ 1 8 2 . 3 7 AGVWAY HUMIDIFIER $57.54 15,800 Ou. ft. Agway Fibreglass _ BUILDING INSULATION including Pouring Wool, 'Instant Attic, Friction. Fit. * \ Special Cash ’n Carry Price 4 INew Starline Direct Drive SILO UNLOADER Special Cash ’n Carry Price' A g w y Offers Installation.. Servical_ - Bee Line Center Rt. 40 North of Jcl. Rls. 29 & 40 e f r ' . , . ____— - - r . ^ . r — m. . . ........ ------------- h I.-,, r ,,,1,,,,

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