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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, August 19, 1976, Image 6

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I )H JOURNAL SALEMPRESS Pa|e4#:« - Thursday, August 19,4976 b j f s D A l M ' b a r - S a I e m ssfe^aW ifcj?, ■1 _MP- # ^ p d ’ *m tA p m &»] „ 'iff! ■orJijuftGbjAt^t, ■88 '!S ? jR ‘Yt 'b a n u - ^ r'i jlaorri £t ni - nsKnxidra9« ae ;J b XmY 1 jvui*. \sstlt\^ .wte- D o r s g ® t it a :> !„M l ^ o V - - _______ T- bns '{fcMlMifffP n 3'-'i ■ m * -tionS^aMng ^ -•« V ’ , nmstik& iii£&;sfc3«, -jjib -ius-iO .&')» js lioznslfS0' sm G ■ y i Sunday Eyemag •1«B P « rn » a t«ffiaO T ^ f^ iW. J-’* 57 Hi >H p.m . they , w ill join the W&^ojgtbn cow te -Hisi-. to # m « ----------------- ^ esumvrta ——v *- t^X.V6 slidetEJk,on the battle of . B e i^ g t o n t . ,, , Mrs* Richard, Wwneuf. w ill accept dues for the . c o m ^ g year at, ,tM i* f e t i n g . . s|{ide? to Ben-;, ningtQii ar$ ;P|ing,_ if-, ranged^It is.not too late to,, coi$$§t ; J^|rs,, $ o o d or M rs,, Banghart to make : arrangements to attend. K„\flrrlrify y-.v^—-■ Glaisasorbabies'bottles that have held milk should first ^ iin*ed. in cold water be­ fore wastiing. Hot Water will cause 'milk to stick to the glasjt PRICE TIME FRIDAY, AUG. 20th In Front Of STORE Salem Half-Prices on Ladies' & Men’s Items Also Look for Our Shoe Sale L i t t l e M a r y S u n s h i n e c a r r i e s o n i n s i Attend co-op seminar Mr. and M rs. D . Sheldon Brown of Salem are greeted by Roger Barber, New York state commissioner of agriculture and markets, at a cooperative action seminar held August 11 and 12 at the Thousand Island dub, Alexandria B ay. 14x6 Browns, one of 30 young farm couples to attend the seminar, were sponsored by Agway, Lnc. In addition to M r .’ Barber's keynote address, seminar participants heard leaders in cooperatives, government, education.^ and industry discuss the role of cooperatives in fap ji management and financing. The goals of the seminar, which was sponsored by the Mew York state council of Farmer Cooperatives, were to make cooperatives more responsive to the needs of young farmers and to encourage the development of future cooperative leaders. B o a r d stands p a t o n M u r p h y case 3Ctt0CSS3£SCX9»HSX3aC£X3O^^ BATTENKILL SUPPLY CO. 1 t Is Happy :to Take Part IxJ ih 7 , v r t in the SIDEWftlKISKH Friday, August 20 Stop By and Checkffur Valves BEAR ARCHERY CLINIC COMItyGr AGAIN THIS YEAR ■Mark the Date - SEPTEM B ER 4 i!k » B s x » a a o « 3 o t^ ^ The Salem town board still refuses to allow the burial of Helen Murphy in the old Binninger ceme­ tery, despite the fact that jbiifer M sb'and is buried \there and several people haw- protested the board’s denial. ' Last Wednesday three more persons appeared before the beard to speak in Mrs. M urphy’s behalf. W ayne Lindem an of Eagleville, W infield Hup- puch of -Shushan, and Fergus Cochran, minister of the Shushan United Presbyterian church all urged the board to come to a swift and compas­ sionate decision on Mrs. Murphy’8 case. Mra. Murphy’s hus­ band was buried in the Shushan-EagleviDe ceme­ tery in April. Mrs. Murphy is ill with caflcer, and wishes to be buried next to her husband when ( •she die3, «■ •- • y ! The Salem town board says that there may be other human remains in the grave next to Mr. M urphy's, and so refuses to allow any further burials in the cemetery. A number of petitions are being circulated among townspeople who hope to influence the board in Mrs. Murphy’s favor. They will be pre­ sented to the board at the next meeting September 15. O b it u a r y MISS M AYM E o ’ d o n n e £ l Miss Mayme O ’Don­ nell, 84, died Tuesday, August 10, at the Samari­ tan hospital in Troy following a long illness. Funeral services were held, Friday at Holy Cross churdTwith the pastor, tbeJRev. Jataes Pritchard, dfficating. Interment was in Holy Cross cemetery, Salem. Bom August 14, 1891, in Salem, Miss O'Donnell was the daughter of W illiam and Mary O ’Don­ nell. She was a member of the Holy Cross church. C a tholic Daughters of America, and of Salem Union grange. Survivors include two sisters, M rs. Thomas Carrolan of Latham and Mrs. John Fleming of Salem. - ;Fort Salem theatre has d<W it agatou the ehjoyinent and edification ’ of their loyal audiences, the sum m er thespians have once more gathered an astounding amount o f talent for the purpose o f presenting a seemingly unending compendium o f , dancing, acrobatics and song. In short: they put on another musical. Little Mary Sunshine is the name of the play, and it is hilarious, in the true Fort Salem tradition. Audiences packed the Salem theatre last week end to see it, at the risk o f having a wild Kadota Indian fall into their laps. They m arveled and swooned at the dashing young men of the United States Forest Rangers, and the Equally lovely young ladies from the Eastchester Finishing School. And when the real Yellow Feather fin a lly stood up, and almost fell down, they broke out in a cold sweat. As can be judged from this brief description of the show, it is an unusual one. It is a big production for a sm all sum m er theatre, and an exciting thing to see. Anyone who has ever attended a Fort Salem play will be certain to attend this one, and for anyone who has never been to the playhouse, this is an excellent time to start. Tickets are still avail­ able for the final three productions of the mu­ sical, which are tonight, Friday, and Saturday at 8:80 p.m . each evening. Barry Sieelt directs the large, talented case. Highly commendable per­ formances are turned in by stars. Scott W ilson,., Sug«n, >Bwb$r iW iUiams*. and Judy Luntoem _Itw£q, is (little M a i y f f ^ w i r * Quality acting is also contributed by G regg Luchs, Robert D u rrin, Sean O 'Connor and Thomas Cuite. The play is filled out with the talent o f Constance Dick, H o lly Greenberger, John-Lund- gren and endearing little Eric B a u m an. Beverly Benn, as an archetypical American mon, brings the play to its close. The aforem e n tioned men of the U.S. Forest Rangers are admirably BI< Susan W illiams of Greenwich and John Kane Cambrra rehearsing. portrayed hy Jim Locke, Rodney Moore, Robert Benn Jr., John Kane, Dan Wilson and M. Chris O ’Connor. The ladies of the chorus • are Kathryn and Teresa Dick, M e lissa Travis, Elizabeth Rider, Betsy Spanbock and Elizabeth Nowell. Linda Schtilbert directs the orchestra, which com­ bines the talents cf Dick Dawson, Jessica Jerrard, Lori Cam p b e ll, Arlene Coldwell, Steven Lewis, W illiam Felmly, Randy Wirkki, Dana Jerrard and M r. Siebelt. Choreog­ rapher for the show is Mary O’Connor. Little Mary Sunshine is jam-packed with the es­ pecial efforts of more than 50 dedicated people, many of whom are named here. Others .who con­ tributed equally to the play's success, may not be nam ed due to space limitations. RUNNING DEER SHOOT Sun., Aug. 22, 1 P.M. Salem Pistol & Rifle Club Blacl[ Creek Road \ Prizes Awarded * Mrs. E. U chairman of Red Crops bl< and her chaii day, Mrs. R.( have tehderet nations. It i& regret that 1 tions have be For many y $ women hav< the bloqdm< Mrs. Lott hi sponsible fo donors, filing and working the Adirond and Albany h Mrs. Cary 1 workers for if which the visits Salem. Under thei efforts, the grown. The young, teen particularly, appreciably. So success program grc ^ October 5, tl next bloodmt locale will LEGAL NOTICE ( COMPLETED ROLLW11 AFTER GRII fPursuant to Sf Real Propei Notice is he the Assessmei Town of Salen of Wash, for th been finally cc undersigned A certified copy t . in the office of on the 23 day where the sai open to public October 1st. Dpted this I 1976. S> Henry S/ Elmer ' S/ Ken St Assessors Salem • 8-19 Annual Summer LOTS OF BARGAINS TO CHOOSE FROM- All Summer Jewelry Reduced- Regularly $1.2l to $5.0fl - Now 75* to $2.50 10% Off on All Suntan Products!!! Assorted Bonne Bell Skin Care Products - 75* Each - Values up to $2.25 Many, Many Gift Items At Very Special Prices. Shop the Salem Village Pharmacy Sidewalk Sale for Items You Can Use Right Now or Stash Away for ChristmasI SALEM VILLAGE PHARMACY M A IN ST., SALEM , N . Y. . 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