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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, April 04, 1968, Image 9

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.THURSDAY, APRII. 4, 1968 JOURNAL SEC. B—PA.SE 1 Personals MBS. KENNETH a . .GOTTRY, Cambridge Correspondent Telephone Cambridge 677-3281 Mrs. Gottry is the Cambridge Representative of The Greenwich Journal and is authorized to accept subscriptions and advertisements. ' juniors Present En§oyable Play fife -Curious Savages, a three- act etitHedy staged in a mental . insijtutipn, was p resen t^ last Friday and Saturday by mem- bers of the junior class of the luteal school. The play, directed by .Miss Jane McAdoo of the . junior^ higlr fatuity was en- - tbusiastically received by the - audience each evening, ^ Appearing in the play were ‘““^Ghristine Decker, Diane Tate, Fred Spear, Mary Ann Mooney, Debbie Bowler, John Tully, Ron Biis’so, Doreen Parsley* Cheryl Seaman, John Cullinan and Rob­ ert JlcDonald, They were all well' chosen for their parts. Joseph Crank of the junior \high faculty was in charge of the stage setting, assisted by ' Richard: Dawson, art teacher, and Sawn B’ennett, Cam Hud- *' wick, Jon Raymond, Candy P a rkland Kay McCarty. Others working behind t h e scenes were Diane Bennet, stage manager; Kay Kenyon, assis­ tant manager and prop mistress; Raipe Jennings, set captain; and Steve Parrish, Mark Blanchard, Tom Prowner, Ray Olsen, Don Robertson and Scott Wands, To A girl from England is ex­ pected to arrive in ■Cambridge Sunday to spend a week among students- a t the Cambridge cen­ tral school. Miss Rosemarig Joan Smith, vyho lives in a suburb of London, .will be met on Sun­ day in Glens Falls by Heather Parrish and her parents-, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parrish, with whom she will stay during her Cambridgj&.iyisit. The week’s visit to Cambridge is planned through’Aw;ark pro­ gram. Miss Smil^h is one of sev eral students from Eagland^who will be guests in the area, in vited by students. The visit .of this English girl to Cambridge is sponsored by the National Honor society of which Miss P a rrishes a mem b£r. The society, of -which Ken Gottry is president, has been raising funds to help defray the expenses of the visit. The Society has been showing a series of .classic movies on alternate Thursday evenings'at the Cambridge school to do this Teacher 'i- Charles Kijng is1 a patient at < Albany Medical center hos­ pital. ■. _ K. Perry' h a s 1 purchase$fthe former Issacson house :on .turnpike road. > ,$ $ £ 8 ® Brewer h a s a r » V ^ . l ® ^ , a f t e r spending at moi^B1 a n ;M$rid$ visiting with. frieniSi., t -i##vid f Pierce Jr. recently s* army and* is now.- taking!‘basic ‘training at construction crew; Kathy M arsh,: The fourth in the series of costumes;' Tom Chapin, lights J movies will be shown on Thurs- afid sound; Dave Messenger, prompter; Mary Beth Adams, Tannica Carroll, Julie Holbrook and Candy Parks, make-up; Jan Kyer ?nd Viqki Clark, publicity. day, April 11, and the film w it be Battleground, a story of World War n wherean a group of soldiers is surrounded and outnumbered by the enemy JOURNAL STATIONERS O l y t e x a i n t i q u e V e l l u m ( P e r s o n a l i s e d S t a t i o n e r y r w ' ■ (Regularly 7. Sol S a l e - P r i c e 4 T — t%~j -fFort- Dix,>N. ,,J. A p r i l ■ A / j _4Fred GiiBarker ■ returned Mrs. Charles Madigan of River home Monday from .the Mary’ raard, Valley JFallr has ‘wj. nounced the engagement of her been a' patient fo.r--Several daughter,. Mary ElleiM o David weefcs^ . v _ ____ __ Schroder o f Cblonle; son of Mr. | —Mr. and' Mrs. Charles . Davis and Mrs. Herman' Schroder of yetujaied . on Kingston, ' . ' _ ', . j W ashingtonristreet^onday* af- Biiss Madigan is a. graduate ter spendMg thre winter at M r of the Hoosic Valley central; ami, Florida, school -and the State university | —Miss Martha Jane'Center of at Albany. She has beeft a senior; (^nahdaigu&vqnd OLfcwis Ceiit^, high-, school English teacher at r a student a | Syracuse university, Cambridge central school fo x spent the week end 'with, their the past three years. ! parents, Mr. and Mrs; Arthur . Her fiance is a graduate oi 33 Center £r, ' !nA ^ St'l -Edw in Jordan, Brian Gar- ^ » d a m , : B & t e p Parrish, Mss Merri. , Allstates Design and De- j ,ne Hendrickson. and Dennis velopment company, L o u d o n - . ^ ^ among the students at u M n s pian^ 4 —Mrs. Kenneth Everett of Los Angeles, Cal., arrived!.last week with her sister, Mrs. Louis was WALLACE GRADUATES Pvt. Allan R. Wallace „ .. . . - , ,, graduated last Thursday from M«l^eiV to spend, the sumnier. basic training at Fort Dix, N. J, attended the wedding of He was assigned to administra- ! ^ TS-, ® 'L° ,*°n tive school at Fort Jackson, ■^are?1 ^ A1tonta». Sa. Mrs. S. ..C., leaving on last Friday Meltzer, w h o 'h a d been spend- morning for his new assignment. winter m the south, Mrs. Kenneth A, Gottry and. ?r ?7e ^ er sister back to Canv- daughter, Suzanne attended his bridge.- graduation. West Hebron DISCHARGED FROM SERVICE EAD2 Robert W. Wallace was discharged last week in' Cali­ fornia from the TJ. S. navy. He __ had returned^earlier in M a r c h ' from a seven month tour of duty F ida eveninir in Vietnam with the Seabees, Friday eveninff‘ his second tour irj Vietnam. He —Robert Christie is a patient in the Mary McClellan hospital. ■Mrs. Willard Bain entor- at her home A number of grass ftres is now enroute home stopping bave kept the fire 1 company 'busy to visit friends at various points ® 1S ^ast wee* en“- —Miss Harriet Rogers of Sche­ nectady visited her uncle, Guy Guthrie on Sunday. on his drive east. EASTER HOLIDAYS Examinations are to be held! —Mr. an'd Mrs. Harold Rice next week at the Cambridge of South Glens Falls and their central school, marking the end’ daughter and son-in-law and of the third quarter of the granddaughter visited at tlie school year. The school will home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard close for Easter vacation on Bain on Sunday. Thursday, April 11, and it will ------- Mr an(* Mrs. George Salis- reopen on Monday, April 22 at bury of New Hajnpshire and 8:30 a.m. family visited her father, Mr. Abbott, and sister and husband, ■Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cary J r. and South Cambridge —Gove Donisthorpe lias re­ turned home from the- McClel­ lan hospital. / | --Miss Daughn Austin recent­ ly underwent ah appendectomy at a hospital in Westlield, Mass. —There will \be a scraps paper pickup from th e Methodist ,church shed on Saturday a t 9:30 aim. / . ■' : —Members of • the Foster Goodrich family of Westfield, Mass., were at their faraii during the week end •—A prayer vigil will !>e held at ihe Methodist ehtircit on Good Friday, April 12 fro-.ni 12:01 a.m. to § a.m. * —-There was a large attend­ ance! at i h e ham supper -served by the Pleasant Valley grange last Saturday evening, • —^The . Woman’s Society ' of Christian Service of tie Meth­ odist fchurch will hold a meeting ^Thursday evening, April 4. : —The Pleasant -Valley subor­ dinate and junior gramges will hold their meetings on Friday, April 5 a t 8 p.m. at the hall. . —The Crystal Glover 4-11 club will hoid their regular meeting Saturday, April 6 at 8 p.rh. at the tmvn hall. .1 —Mrs. Rena Bnimdige of Eagle Bridge, Rev; ’ and Mrs. Os­ wald A, Muller of North Hoosick called Saturday evenimg at the home of Mrs. Gertrud'e Aiken. —Palm Sunday service •will be held at the Methodist church at. 11:30 a.m. With Rev. 0*s\\?ald A. Muller, pastor. Sunday school at 1Q:30 a.m. I —A Maundy Thursday .com­ munion service sponsored by the North Hoosick circuit will be. ■held at 7:45 p.m. at t3le South, Cambridge Methodist church, j All are welcome to atte-ndL. .—Mr. and Mrs. Curtis J . Petty of Cossayuna road announce the engagement o f ‘' their slaughter, Carol Irene to Gilbert Benedict Yanke, son of Mr. and Ulft.TPaul Yanke of South road ttliLs com­ munity. Miss Petty is a grad­ uate of Greenwich centiral school and is employed at Sherwood Medical Industries, Inf., Argyle plant. Mr. Yanke attended Cam­ bridge central school and is- engaged in, dairy farmeing. An April wedding is planned, On DispBay at Flower Shmw ^ PALM SUMHAY; APR It i 7th \ l to' .6 P.M. ; j Plunls j Cut Flmwesr Arrangements . , : Cormges J Prizes for Mean, Women and Cfhildren DUSHA FLORIST 92 East |Iain Street 677-3246 Cstrabridge, AUCTION SALE „ t 4 ■ <- The undersigned/ havins libit the lease on bis farm, will sell at Public Auction at the« fawtn^ located % mile north of L.«th»m Tragic Cirele, just off jRoiite 9, 'tifcrn off at Olendorf's Motel SATURD^Ar, APRIL 6TH SHARP CHAPTER MEETING „ . y l -M iss Karen B .ln attended evening, April 10, at the Ma­ sonic temjjle at 8 p.ra. Iffirs. Sally King, matron* and Fred­ erick K. 'SeVerson, patron, will the youth convocation in GIov- ersville over the week end. Oth­ er's attending were Elaine ™ in Doane, Harold Gilchrist, Elaine preside. Refreshments will be r . ' T r . lhpnn served after the meetins Aoril l®throp, Lorraine Lathrop and servea attei tne meccmg. April DavidSbaWi „ All were members 3, Mr. Severson assisted at the meeting of Star of Hudson chap- t e r at Schuylerville. Several other members of the local West Hebron chapter attended. of the Methodist Youth fellow­ ship of Shushan, Salem and Obituaries MRS. LEROY LOREN Belcher Ground chuck may he made only from beef chuck; ground round only from bee-f round. Any cut of beef may be used in making hamburger or grbund beef. Letters to write? Make them easy to write, fan to wriCe ... . make them tfuly personal iby using this Rytex Antique Vellum custom-imprinted with your name and address. 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Ackley Funeral home in Patty and Ray of South Gran- Cambridge with Rev. Alastair C. ville were Sunday evening call* Parr, pastor of the Cambridge ers'of Mrs. A J. Day. United Presbyterian church of- *_Mr. a Jiff1 Mrs. James Pruik- ficiating. Interment was in the sma and children of East Hart- Woodlands cemetery. forcj were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Loren was born NoVem- Mr. and Mrs, Franklin Day. ber 7, 1902 in tie town of Jack- —Mr. andljvtrs. Franklin Day son, the daughter of the late and family returned' home Fri- John and Eliza Bishop Mont- day after visiting Mr. and Mrs. gomery. She was a lifelong res- Horace Day in Palm Bay, Fla. ldent of 4he area and had re- —Mrs.' Maude Barney and sided for many years on South family of Lake Placid spent the Union street. She was manager week end with her uncle, of the Reis Mills in Cambridge George S^lfth and Mrs. Smith, for many years, having retired —iMr. and Mrs. Robert More- only recently. 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