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Fort Edward East Greenwich GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, May 6,1976 SALEM PRESS Page 17 Name staff foi* summer Personnel for the siiimmer youth program have:been announced by '.the Recreation commis­ sion. Robert Iusi will be the director and ; W illiam Durkee chief lifeguard. R e c reational personnel w ill be Dennis Donahue, Clint Roods, Paul Etu, Dave Quattrocchi, Leslee Bickford and Deone Terrio. Kevin M cCarty w ill assist M r. Iusi w ith programs, ..since the posi­ tions of playground as­ sistant and boys' basket­ ball director have been eliminated. Peter Mullen w ill be director of the gymnastic program. The tennis program will be under the direction of Randy Benway with the arts and crafts program conducted by D e n n is Donahue. O b i t u a r y MRS. LEONARD KINGSLEY Mrs. Daisy McDonald Kingsley, 81, wife of the late Leonard Kingsley, died Monday, May; 3, at the Glens Palls hospital following a. long illness,' Funeral services -will be conducted today, Thurs­ day, at 8:30 a.tn. at the M .B, K ilm e r Funeral home, and a t 9 a.m . at St. James Episcopal chuich with the Rev. Walter Lardner, rector of Zion Episcopal church, Hudson Falls,’ officiating. Inter­ ment will b e in Union, cemetery. . Bom June 14, 1894, in Bolton, M rs. K ingsley vrsLa th e daughter of Charles and Minnie Baker Prosser. She was a m ender of St. James Episcopal church and of Hudson Falls chapter 632, Order o f the Eastern Star. S u rviving are two daughters, M rs. Alice Jones and Mrs. Marjorie Kingsley, both of Fort Edw ard; three sisters, Mrs, Howard Beswick of Warrensburg and Mrs. John Matheson and Miss Florence Prosser, both of Lake George; four grand­ children and 12 great grandchildren. July 17, IS Train to visit Confirm ation of the Spirit o f Freedom engine and box car for the July 17 and 18 visit of the state bicentennial barge to Fort * It b Cambridge Valley Livestock Martet Beef market held firm on all grades. M alden heifers and steers steady. Bull market steady, Bobs sffong. T e a r firm. GeithatTeeF to m arket i before they hit grass. Turnout heifexs In good demand. Dairy replacements in good demand. Ship to CAMBRIDGE VAIIIY LIVESTOCK MARKET To our patrons who want their l&estocli trucked In, please let us know the nlgfit before or real earl; Tuesday morning. It saves a lot of extra trips. We will weigh- wives ever) Monday and Friday. No ealves acccpted iftex 11x30 a.m. AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY OFFICE 6 7 7 -3 M S - RESIDENCE 6773231 Stanley and Glenn McLenithan, Auctioneers 1 Mile North of Cambridge on Rout* 22 Hom e Savings wants to keep yo *i* 4 *entie and possessions s«cuie. Just stop in at any Ho-me Savings Bank office and talk wltti our Home Security officer about a mortgage, improvement loan or furnishing loan. We'll offer you this * 1 5 dry chemical fire extinguistierfor only ‘5.95. Limited time ortly and just one to a person. The way we see it, whether o r not you secure a mortgage, improvement J o a n or furnishing loan from us, we want too lialp keep your home and possessions secure. \ lonu* Savings Bank of Upstair \i*v. Yirk Memtvr FIW Albany'Colonie Guilderland'Troy Fort Edward . .Greenwich Hoosick Falls/Hudson [gjgjj I t . Ii? * : I he Fresh Idea Company . ,, 128lkm Street, Greenwich Edward has been made by Ed McCrea, village and town transportation rep­ resentative. ^ Mr. McCrea advised Miss Angela Cicero, bi­ centennial chairman, that he has been assigned to the engine, which bears his name, for the two-day period. Historical material for the interior o f the baggage car will be furnished by 1 chapter of. the National ltailway Historical society. Permission and approval for the engine and historic artifacts were requested about a year ago through Paul McCarty, a local /. bicentennial member and village and town historian.. L o c a l s -M r. and Mrs. Leon­ ard Waite are parents of a daughter bom at the Glens Falls hospital Fri- ... -Th§ ,,&atteriee Hose company will meet to­ night, Thursday, at 8 o’ clock at the hose rooms. -A daughter was bom at the Glens Falls hospital Sunday, May 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wicks. —Mrs. Sara Fitch of New M ilford, Conn. , came to the home of her brother ,and sister-in-lawy Mr. and Mrs. Ashton Maxwell, on Monday for a few days visit. —Mr. and Mrs. Ken­ neth C liquennoi o f ' Alm ond spent several days this week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard T, McGuire Jr., and daugh­ ter. —Mr. and Mrs. Warren Skellie and daughters, J ill and Jean, spent the week end in New York city with Mr. and Mrs, Ivan Gold­ berg and daughters. This was a return visit under the farm-urban -exchange^ visit program. Mr. and M rs. G o ldberg and daughters had spent a week end at the Skellie farm last October. —Dr. Ralph Maxwell entered the M c C lellan hospital last Wednesday for surgical treatment. and Mrs. Joseph McLaughlin of New York city are spending the week at their home here. —Andrew Beaty Jr. has returned home after a bus inspection trip to M aine, New H am p shire and Vermont. — Mr. and Mrs. tw in C. Waite attended the marriage of their grand- son, Donald Miner, to Miss Elaine Polverelli of Hudson Falls at th e Church of Jesus. Christ of Later Day Saints in Queensbury on Saturday and the reception at .the Eagles club in South Glens Falls. Mr. and M rs. ~ Edm und'Riehe and M r. and Mrs. Donald Riche and children also attended the wedding and recep­ tion. Todd Riche was- ring bearer. — Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Waite and sons of Platts­ burgh spent the week end with their parents, M r. and Mrs. Irwin C. W aite arid attended the Miher- Polverelli wedding. — Mr. and Mrs. George Bates of Eion spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Riche and attended the Miner-Pol- verelli wedding. C M S S V tK I m z i s UNITED Feature Syndicate Puzzle Solved ACROSS 1 Pillowcase 5 Role player IO Gelatin substitute 14 \Soliloquy word9 15 Sayings 18 Where Palatine Hill Is 17 Protest? too much 19 Quip 20 Cultivated liawsrtog plant 21 Subjoins 23 Commence 25 Sea bird 26 Dinner, for one 29Hoosisr 3 4 School exam 3 5 - - ol Pines 3 7 Space In a lorest 3 8 —Cruces. N.M. 39 Fish cannery workers 41 Cut a lawn 42 Bar 44\— Mable”: 1918 best seller '4 6 Mariner 48 Baseball pitch 50 Friar’s title 51 Squelched. 2 - - words 53 Gease for a period 57 Customers 6 1 1n front of: Prefix 62 Harassers 64 Principle 55 No. Amer. Indians 66 Drinking bout 67 Stopper 68 Worthless stuff 69 Concludes DOWN 1 Finish 2 Fondness 3 Phrase expressing disbelief 4 Act of reading 5 Sea: Mediterran­ ean ami 6 Cuban export 7 Horned Frogs’ home: Abbr. 8 Great Barrier Island n n N3 I i £ JL 2. £ SL JL UU OI s 3 i £ 3 i 1 a 1 Ui!l 0 I N3 H £ i 1 1 H.X UU NI 7 I a N 1 4 5 ii 1 i? 0 7 ¥ R i 3 i a i 0 TT s n FI3Li i i i I I I 3 a RP1 i i a i £ 1 ii 0 j? 0HF1 mo] R i 1 1 T3 ¥ T 2 2 m H i )L2. NV H I I IQIHl1 i JL4 1 JL 1 N? 3 1 i i a 1 * £ I I ra V21Hn I |j i a 1 M I S I n I I JLi ft] ft. 7 IT7 a » r 3 Ta- T a r f 7 ¥ ? o I 3 7 1 T a r 9 Irritated 10 Weapon storage place 11 Dress 12 In the center of 13 From— to riches 18 Pismires 220verpreclsa 24 J o a f 0 controls 26 Parts played 27 Clear the board 28 Ravioli dough 30 Requisite 31 Knottn as 32 Venerate 33.MoremOdSm 30 Equivalent 39 Treat mercifully 40 Without repose 43 In non-rush hours 45 Eating area 47 Exclaimed violently 49 Cut of meat 52 Peaks 53 Levantine Ketch Dls 54 Disassemble 55 One who doos: Suffix 56 Thomas— : R.l. rebel 58 Midday 59 Went on foot 60 Super jets 63 Spanish river i 2 3 1 14 17 20 Zff-' V-- - 2 T 2B 34 * 38 42 46 .-■■ -M r. and Mrs. Ken­ neth Albrecht and sons spent a recent week end with his mother, Mrs. Margaret Albrecht, in Bristol, Conn. — Mr. and Mrs. Ashton Maxwell and grand- •/ daughter, Donna Max­ well, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David* Maxwell and daughter, Renee, at Colonie. — and Mrs. Frank DePaul have returned to their home here after spending the winter in Florida. Rupert — Mrs. Lola Roberts is a patient in the Bennington hospital where she un­ derwent surgery Thurs­ day. -Mrs. Lou Gordy and son, Daryl, have returned from visiting her son, Sgt. John Gordy, in Germany. -M r. and Mrs. Roy Watrous spent Friday evening with her sister, Mrs. Harriet Moore in Granville. Mr. Moore is a patient in the Veterans hospital in Albany. — Mrs. Myrtle Gough is with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McKeighan, and on Friday night was taken to the Rutland hospital. -Spencer Fossell is in Boston, Mass., to be with Mrs. Fossell, who has been a patient in the New England Baptist hospital. — There w ill be a Tummage sale at the Rupert Methodist church • Friday, May 14; from 10 a.m . to 4 p.m . and Saturday. May 15, from 9 a.m. to noon. - • O b i t u a r y Hi ' . * JOHN McKEIGHAN John McKeighan, 98, died Wednesday, April 28, at the Eden Park Nursing home in Rutland, V t., follow ing a long illness. Services were held Saturday at the McClellan Funeral home, Salem , . with the Rev. Cornelius VandenBroek, pastor of the Rupert M ethodist chilrch, officiating. Inter­ m ent was in Rupert cemetery. Bom M arch 3, 187&, in Ireland, Mr. McKeighan was the son o f Daniel and Mary Ann McKeighan. A retired former, he had lived most of his life in the Rupert area. Surviving is a cousin, Mrs. Annie Beckley of Buffalo. Contributions in mem­ ory of Mr. McKeighan may be made to the American Cancer society. Listen veterans C a m p s ite P r iv ile g e Broadened — Governor Hugh L. Carey has signed into law an amendment of the parks and recreation law which broadens the free use of campsites to disabled veterans. Under previous legislation, the veterans must have been an amputee and received an allowance from the fe d e r a l g o v e r n m e n t towards the purchase of an automobile. It is now sufficient for the disabled veteran to show, that he is eligible for the federal allowance, in order to qualify for the free use of public camp sites, parks and other public places of recreation in the state. The new enactment is chapter 19 of the laws of 1976. Disabled veterans seeking detailed informa­ tion on . a ll veterans benefits ate urged to contact the local counsel- ingcenterof the New York st&te divisiott of Veterans’ Affairs located at County Annex Building, Lower M a in \ street, Hudson Falls. ' „ 1 W est Rupert —Rev. and Mrs. John Merriam and Mrs. Mary Lourie attended the Ver­ mont State United Church conference in Brattleber© on Friday and Saturday. —Mr. and Mrs. M .E. Morey and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith of Pawlet visited High Pond ranch in Castleton on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Morey were supper guests of the Smith’s. —Dr. and Mrs. Bard- well Flower have returned home from a trip to Florida and to Las Vegas to visit their daughter and family. —The Sunday school of the Congregational church went on a hike to Mt. Antone on Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Rudd have been sick at their home. —Mrs. Duane Flower and Mrs. Frank Rogers visited Mrs. Lola Roberts at the Putnam Memorial hospital in Bennington on Wednesday. Mrs. Roberts is a surgical patient there. —Mrs. Duane Flower played for the Miner- Polverelli wedding at the Church of Latter Day Saints in Glens Falls on Saturday. — Mrs. Loretta Rogers, Mrs. Helen Roger^ and Miss M ichele Rogers called on Mrs. Grace Rafter at the Glens Falls hospital on Saturday. —Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daugherty, Mrs. Ann Lourie and Mrs. ’ Duane Flower are membefrs of the Granville Area chorus which held a concert Sunday evening in Gran­ ville. —Jeffrey Lourie left on Monday on a trip to California. V o u are invited to view an exhibit of the paintings of Blanche R. Thompson V j i v H u n g at the (ireenu'irh Office of Home Savings Rank of I ’pstale ,\p iv York Cowc fo Cftwwhj'iy Tg See Oufijpfwa Pi * V * ! S8 I JOHN WALS1I-JOHN CARl&ODY-JOHN HOWARD USED 1975 F O R D LT D S Q U I R E W A G O N V-8, A.T., P.S., Radio Brow n 1975 F O R D GRAIN T O R IN O T U ­ D O R • V-8, A_T., P.S.. R a d io . Blue/ W h ite 1975 F O R D T O R IN O F O R D O R y-8. A.T., P.S.. Ea'dio, W h ite 1975 F O R D G R A N A D A T U D O R 6 Cyl., A.T.. P.S., Radio, -Blue 1975 HON DA C IV IC T U D O R 4 C y l., 4 Speed, Radio. Brown 1974 F O R D T O R IN O STATION W AGON V-8. A .T ..P .S .. Radio. Blue 1974 F O R D P IN T O 3 Door, 4 Cyl.. 4 Speed,.Radio, Green 1974 O L D S M O B I L E N I N E T Y E IG H T T U D O R - V-&. F « H Power, A ir, W h ite/ Black 1974 BU ICK C E N T U R Y F O R D O R V-8, A.T., P .S ., R a d io, A ir, M aroon 1974 V O L K S W AG ON 412 F O R D O R 4 Cyl., A.T., B a d io, Green 1973 F O R D G A L 500 F O R D O R W AGON - V-8. A.T., P.S* R a d io, W h ite 1973-FORD GA L 500 T U D O R H A R D T O P , V-8, A.T., P :S „ R a d io , B la c k / W h ite USED TRUCKS 1975 F O R D F-600CATTLE T R U C K 330 H.D ., V-8, 4 Speed, 2 Speed R e a r Ax|e, 9_!2!>x20 Tires, Low M ileage, R e d 1975 F O R D B R O N C O . 4 W h e e l D rive, V-8, R a d io, Green 1975 D O D G E V* TON PICK-UP 6 C y l., Std. T r a n s ., Radio, Red 1974 F O R D F-600 H .D , D U M P 5 7 Y d . Body, V-8, 4 Speed, 2 Speed Axle, G reen 1973 F O R D F-100 '/* TON P IC K U P w ith box a n d cover, V-5, A.T., P .S;, R a d io, Green 1973 C H E V R O L E T E L C A M IN O V-8, 4 Speed, R a d io , Black CARS 1973 F O R D LT D S Q U I R E W AGON V 8. A.T., P.S.. Radio, Brown 1973 F O R D M A V E R I C K T U DOR 6 Cyl.. A T . , P.S., Radio, Green 1973 P IN T O S Q U I R E W A G O N 4 Cyl., A.T., Radio, Brown 1973 C H E V R O L E T V E G A W AGON 4 Cyl-, Radio, O range 1973 AM E RIC AN AMB ASSADOR F O R D O R V 8, A.T.. P.S.. R a d io , Blue 1973 C H A T E A U CLUB W A G O N 8 P a s s , V 8, A T ., P.S., Radio, B row n 1972 F O R D G R A N T O R I N O S Q U I R E W AGON , V-8. A.T.. P.S., R a d io , Air, Blue m 2 , F O R D G-RAN T O R IN O Tti- D O R ■ V-8. A.T., P.S., Radio, G r e e n 1972 M E R C U R Y M O N T E G O S Q U I R E W A G O N V-8. A.T., P .S., R a d io, Gold 1972 C H E V R O L E T V E G A HATCH­ B A C K -.4 Cyl.. Radio, Silver 1970 A M E R IC A N H O R N E T 'F O R D O R - V-8, A.T., P.S., White 1970 M E R C U R Y M O N T E R E Y F O R D O R - V-8, A.T., P.S.. Brow n 1969 J E E P & T E R P.U. - V 6. Std. T r a n s ., w ith plow, Blue 1967 J E E P S T E R C O N V E R T IB L E ' V 6, A.T., G reen 1964 J E E P P IC K U P W ITH P L O W V-8, Std. T r a n s ., Green 1954 D O D G E P L A T F O R M T R U CK 6 Cyl., Std. Trans., Blue HANDY MAN SPECIALS 1971 A M E R IC A N HOKW E T TU DOR 1971 V OLKSW AG ON 1971 M E R C U R Y S Q U IR E W AGON 1970O L D S M O B IL E CU TLASS W AGON 1969 B U IC K S P E C IA L TUDOR Oft/seH'i- tP'u.mU.i e s tim a tio n \ m i C / l z ( J % o ( ! z i d o X U L t t z V-8, 4-Speed, Radio, d o r u J Z t t L & U Air Conditioning CARMODY FORD-MERCURY ' Junction Routes 29 & 4Q-“Greenwich Phone n m m m •. OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9-SAT. TILL 5 I

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