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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, November 06, 1975, Image 17

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* 4 i * —Sympathy of the com­ munities extended to the family of LeHoy Towns oi 'Thomsoñ, ’who* died last . ¡week after an extended illness;- ■ —Mr. and ’Miä! Doug­ las Lee of Forif* Edward vîsited.at thehome-ol Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sherman and JËf. and Mrs, John ^Shertíián last Sunday; , -ïjî% ^ e rm ^ ^ ïiidahï ‘and Mm ’ Ä ^ a R i Ä t s o i ^hu|rírvíievíáited iíoñ- “àay àt ^/liofae^oí Mrs, Olga Lindstrom in Glefts IWUà. * -John Sherman re- /turned-' home Monday feom MtìQt ifcCl^Uan hospital in Cambridge following- surgery last ' weekì • ‘ i : , - —Ray Büdfoee ofClens Falls’ ^sítéd ât the Home \ of his br(Qtbey:to*Ia5? and sister ,TÉf. and íjíís.’John Sheirmati, on. Saturday. Hallow e e n » ‘ costume winners Winners inthe costume ■udging j contest held at the , firehouse on Halloween ■ were: , Five years old and younger: Funniest, Kevin Bolles; naost original, Darlene Bailey; scariest, Michele Morrison. Six to nine years: Funniest, Joel Morrison; most ^original, Billy Lacy; scariest, Gary Patrick. Ten years and older: Funniest, Wayne Patrick; most original, Paul Camp­ bell; scariest, Jeff Mc- Morris. Winners in the scav- anger hunt were Donna Petty, Chris Petty, Sue Bardwell, Darlene Billa- borrow, Kevin Foss and Joe Campagnualo. A large group of chil­ dren from the community - enjoyed games and re­ freshments at the party which was sponsored by the fire department auxil­ iary. ¡pEBSDllftlSl — The Just-A-Mere club will meet at the home of Mrs. Diane McMorris on Thursday, November 13, at 1 p.m. Members are asked to note the change of date. —Adam Miller received a 50-year membership pin and certificate from Van Rensselaer lodge, F.&A.M. of Hoosick Falls Monday evening. Mr. Miller, a native of Hoosick Falls, joined the Masonic lodge in Hoosick Falls in 1925. —The auxiliary of the Cossayuna Volunteer Fire company will sponsor a card party November 8 at 8 p.m. in the: firehouse. —A donation chicken pie supper will be held on Saturday night, November 8, at the Methodist church. A donation hunt­ er’s breakfast will be served at the church on November 15, —Mrs. Wilma Batease was in Chicago recently visiting friends. —Bill Rose was taken on Wednesday to the Mary McGlellafi hospital -'KhaiiOossa^una* Vol­ unteer Fire,, company auxiliary will'' hold a meeting Monday, Novem­ ber.!^ at 7:30 p.m’. in the firehouse. . —Rev. and Mrs. T. Howard Akland Of Scotia spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs» .Helmer Thygesen. —Mrs. Ella Smith visi­ ted Mr. and Mrs. Robert Littlefield of Bennington, Vt., over tie week end. Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Burnett of Scotia spent the week end with her moth­ er, Mrs. Ora Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pratt and son, Torn,, were Sunday dinner guests. -Mrs.'Lottie Kelly has returned home after visit­ ing her sister-in-law, Mrs. Helen Fifield, at New Windsor. On Sunday Mrs. Kelly and Mr. and Mis. Earl Calhoun had dinner in Manfehester, Vt. in Cambridge and on Thursday was transferred to the Veterans hospital in Albany. —Mr. and Mrs. Spenc­ er Fossel are visiting their daughter and family in Washington, D.C. —Mrs- Lola Roberts, Mrs. Myrtle Higgins, Mrs. Agnes Bravmer, Mrs. Lou Gordy of BTupert, Mrs. Helen Harwood and Miss. Miriam Tifft of R u p e r t GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, November 6,1975 SALEM PRESS Page 17 Dorset, Vt., and Mrs. , Barbara Hunter and Mrs. Dorothy Beattie of Salem were entertained at dinner on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. luth Beattie in. Salem. —Mrs. Wilma Batease with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Croff of Albany, Mr. and ' Mrs. Robert Croff of West Pawlet, Vt., and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Croff of Greenwich attended the.. wedding of their nephew, Gregory Croff, and Amy Worthington of Benning­ ton, Vt., on October 5 at the Park McCullough house, in North Benning­ ton, Vt. The couple are residing where he is stationed at the air force base in Cocoa Beach, Fla. —Mrs. Ray Braymer visited her uncle, John McKeighan, at the Eden .Park Nursing home in Rutland, Vt., on Wednes­ day. — Mrs. Harold Rose Sr., who is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Wil­ liam Daly, in Danbury, Conn., since she broke a bone in her foot, spent the week end at her home with her son and daugh- ter-in:law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rose Jr. of Yonkers. 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