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iS i l f SALEM PRESS Thursday, October 21, .1976 . \ GOUNTRY HICKS The Country Hicks 4-H dub wip rnelt onQctober Ftia|§,^{Eer ’school -at the hoifte of Mrs. Gloria Graham for a business Refreshments will be provided by Kellie Knight and. Elaine Torda. NQRTH GREENWICH >GA£S —Tiie- Tneettng^ of the- North Greenwich Gals was held’ October 9 at leader Lila Hewlett's home in North,.pree:nwich. Six members were present. Kelly Connie acted as president because the vice president and president were absent. All people must hand in walk-a-thon money and project sheets by, next meeting. Planned new, projects are sewing level I, breakfast is ready _ and helping babies learn. The people that will be on the refreshment .com­ mittee are Karrie Karlson and lisa Karlson. Karrie Karlson and Kelly Cormie were chosen for the COSSAYUNA WILDCATS * Jay Skellie was elected, president of the <J)os> sayuna Wildcats 4-H club at their organizational meeting on October 14. Other officers include Paul Campbell, vice presi­ dent; Glenn Petterson, secretary; David Camp­ bell, treasurer; Henry Robertson, news reporter; Maurice Saunders, rec­ reational leader. Tom Jilek is the new leader oj the club, replac­ ing Carl Thygesen. EASTON GUYS & GALS ‘The Easton Guys & Gals 4-H .dub will hold a meeting to elect officers on Saturday, October 22, at the .home of Ben English at 7:30 p.m. A refinishing meeting was held Saturday, October 16. Another meeting in the cooking . project will be held on Friday, November 5, at the home of Tracey Hebert at 7:30 p.m. Bobby Johnson _ _________ News Reporter committee to choose Christmas presents to be made. The next meeting will be held October 25 at 10 in the morning. HEBRON HUSSLERS The Hebroi? Husslers 4.-H dub had their family night dinner October 9. They had a spaghetti dinner followed by a talent contest. Prizes were awarded to all the con­ testants. There were 18 present at the dinner, held at the home of Frank Shaw. .They also had their bicycle project meeting on October 1L There were seven pre^ient. They must know all 23 parts of a bicycle for the next eeting, to be .held on , ovember % a 11 p.m., at‘. the home of Frank Shaw. Ne’vvsEepprteri • Kevin Markham. EASTON STIR&'STITCHES The monthly meeting of the Easton Stir & Stitches 4-H club was held at the home of Robin Sheridan. .Plans for Achievement night were made. It was decided to have a clubhayride October 23 at 7:3$ p.m. All members should meet at Robin's home and after the hay- ride a party will be held at, the Sheridan home. After the meeting members made tuna noodle casserole and when, it wa?, done it was Served fo^^lwixch... _ • The next , m ating will be held at ihe home of Tammy Brownell on No- project. , ! Tammy Brownell - News Reporter Natale Motors, Inc. 139 SOUTH BROMWM ' SARAT0CA SPRINGS, N. Y. 12866 PHONE: 584-5440 - 885-9629 n American Motor* £ c o u t by JNIEKNAHGIfAL. BIONIC GIRLS The Bionic Girls 4-H club meLat the home of Mrs. Nancy Bikowsky on October 1& jShirley Bain dem6iristrat.ed how to make yaffil dogs, and the girls all made their own dogs. -The girls learned how to measure and bake a jiffy cinnamon legf. They wel­ comed their new junior leader, Cindy Dewey. The next meeting will be on Saturday, Novem­ ber 13, at 10 a,m. at the home of Jenny Whelen v?hen members will learn about vegetables. Each girl is to take her own favorite prepared vege­ table for the others to taste. BLUE JEANS The first meeting of the Blue Jeans 4-H “dub was held October 16 at Sally McKernon’s with 13 members present. Officers elected were president, Tracy McKer­ non; vice president, Louise Ellis; secretary, Karen Larmon; treasurer, ; Rose Parker ; news report­ er, Mary Ann McFee; song and recreation lead­ er, Bonnie Wilcojc. A skating Halloween party is planned for October 30. The next business meeting will be Fee’s. Quick Christmas crafts will be done. Mary Ann McFee; Reporter SMILE CLUB The 4-H Smile club meeting v?as held at the home' of Mrs. Boger Coriew, leader, to. elect the following officers: president, Cherie Coriew; vice president, Diane Lufkin; secretary, Theresa Coriew; treasurer, Kellie Reynoldsrnewa reporter, Mindy Noxon; song and recreation leader, and scrapbook chairman, Kim Bailey.* - Diane jytfWns volun­ teered to, display a poater ‘Which members made for national,4-H week, at a store in Argyle. The dub d&udod to donate $10 to the Argyle Emergency squad, Cherie Coriew fur­ nished refreshments for the meeting. Kim Bailey was elected chairman of the refresh­ ment committee. The next meeting will be held Friday, October 29 at Mra. Corlew’s, Mem­ bers are reminded to take knitting needles and/or crochet hooks. Mindy Noxon News Reporter here. Anew A G W A silonnloader with ring drive, Starline’s new Satellite silo’ unloader gives you all the advantages that make the Starling Model 70 so popular in this area ... plusihe special benefits of ring drive, -$it-tiiis4iew.f tag* drive silo unloader in your 16,-18-or 20-foot silfi ahd it'll unload a (ot of silage of high- itioisture grain in a hurry, ■Aonth after month, year afteryear. Chances are, with our. unique tripod ;CpnVersionkitrypu can k suspend the Satellite fromhe t conventional straight-leg tripod yoo noi,v have atop your silo. We're taking orders now. Stop in or call today. Making things better for you. ■ ' • i l l i i : AGW A Y SUPPLY CENTER ' Greenwich, f hbne 692-2288 ' 4-HMZAAR A meetitfg,, ' held recently of 4-H leaders in the town of ^liw ifch. Peg Sprague pf Irwin road, East. Greenwich, is interested In ' starting a 4-H interested in animal pro- jects is .urged jo contact her or Connie Sloan, A bazaar _isr. being sponsored by” the,: 4-H leaders. It will future, crafts, food and plants. The use of the, y$$&qn- Greenwich Rescue aquad building has been ’ ac­ quired for Saturday, No­ vember 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ' General chairperson for the event -is Tamaris Dolton. Linda Germain is in charge of the food Sale; Harold Sheridan, plants; Linda and Sally McKer- noa, refreshments; Jo- Anne Booth, publicity. Arnold Van Fossen, editor of .the Cooperative Extension News, has donated a crocheted rug and Mrs. Charles Martin has donated a ceramic Christmas tree. These , items will be awarded. It is hoped that dona­ tions will be received from 4-H leaders, members and friends. Leaders hope to have crafts to tag for the bazaar at 9:30 a.tn. on Tuesday, November 9, at the home of Mrs. Janies Sloan, area leader. HONEYBEES The regular meeting of the Honey Bees 4 h H club was held at the home of Mrs. John Bailey at 10 a.m. on October 9. Ten members were present. The election of officers was held. They are as follows:, President, Sue Bardwell; vice president, Jill Skellie; treasurer, Melody Bain; secretary, Heidi Skellie; news 're­ porter, Sandi Bardwejl; song and recreation lead­ ers, Jean Skellie and Suzanne LfeBarton.’ * * Diane Baiieyttaght the dub members how to make com husk dolls. *The club will have abayricle '84 October 16. Everyone is to meet at the home of Mrt, Bailey at 6:30'. *Ali- are invited to thfe 'home bf Suzanne LeBsfrron aftet? wards M . cider aii(| doughttuts. Stacey Mor­ rison Is taking the cake to the Pleasant Val% In; firmary for the birthday; party ort October 16 at 2. p.m. On November 11 at 10 a.m. the club will meet at the home of Judy Skellie to work' on crafts. All members are to take 25 cents for expenses. The next meeting will be November 13 at 10 a.m, Suzanne LeBarron and Joyce McMorris are tov charge of refreshments, News Reporter, Sandi Bardwell Miss Pechette bride G. White o Verla Ann Pechette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Pechette Sr. of Victory Mills, brother of the bridegroom of Victory Mills.. A reception followed ett the American Legion became—the—bride—of -- home;—SohuyleEvill 0 =—Fol- Robert Gerard White, son of Mr. and Mrs. William White, also pf Victory Mills, at 1 p.m. Sep­ tember 18 in Notre Dame des Lourdes church, Schuylerville. The Rev. William F. Lemoyne, pastor, offic­ iated. Mrs. George Drew was organist and Mrs. Maureen Hunter was soloist. Decorations at church' were altar bou­ quets of white chrysan­ themums. Darlene Colem an, Schuylerville, cousin of the bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids -were Judy Pechette, siSter-in- law of the bride of Victory Mills and Theresa Moore, Mece,. o f tlie''bri3§ ’ip n Fairbanks, Alaskal Jhe . beat man was Daniel Ketchurn o! Schuy­ lerville .• Ushers were Duane Pechette, brother of the bride of Victory Mills and Michael White, lowing a honeymoon at Lake George and Mas- sena, the couple ar* residing at Jay street, Victory Mills. The bride is a 1973 graduate of Schuylerville central school amd is employed at A.L. Gcarber Co., Victory Mill’s, The bridegroom grad­ uated from Schuylerville central in 1975 ati-d at­ tended Adirondack Com­ munity collage s and ia employed 1 at General Foods, Saratoga Springs, , , party l)5> ‘The Parish\ Aid kxiletsy of St. Stephen’s Episcopal church, Schu.ylervillej wi31 hold a public'cart[pftxty*a«ii Monday, October 25 at 7:30 p.m.' In the parisdh house. Refreshments wHl be served! Those aeteftd- tog are to take theiar ovra playing cards. Donations will be taken. Cossayuna LEGAL NOTICE- Notice is .hereby given that the preliminary budget of the Town of Jackson for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1977 has been completed and filed in the office of the Town- • Clerk, R.D. 1, Cambridge, where it is available for inspection by any interested person at all reasonable hours. Further notice is hereby given that the Town Board of the Town of Jackson will meet and review such preliminary budget and hold a public hearing thereon at the office o£ tjie Town Clerk at 8 p.m.* ' November 3, 1976 and that at' ' such hearing any person may be heard in favor o f or against- the preliminary budget as: compiled, orfbror against any item or items therein con- ’ tained. Pursuant to section 108 of the Town Law the proposed^ salaries of the Town Officers ' are specified as follows: II Good News club starts A Child Evangelism Fellowship Good News chib will b€ starting Friday, October 22, at 3 p.m. and will continue to meet weekly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wood, Cossayuna read. Bible-stdries, songs and scripture memorization - will be taught to children grades K-6 hy Miss Karen Stewart of Green-widh. This is an interdenomina­ tional ministry and all area children are Wel­ come. They may ride Argyle Bus 20, or Green­ wich Bus 4&. Transport .tation will be provided home. For more informa­ tion one may call the Woods. Doctors, alarmed at'Uhe ' dramatic increase in feminine infections, are urging women to w e a r c o t to n u n d e r ­ garments. 4 School Lunches - Lunches to be served next week in SCS cafe­ terias, with Menu I in the elementary building only, will -be: MENU ! . Monday — Barbecue on bun, corn,, pear, .Tuesday — Tomato soup, tuna salad sand­ wich, orange juice, prune cake. ■ Wednesday — Chicken noodle soup, peanut but­ ter and jelly sandwich, slice cheese, vegetable sticks, pineapple. Thursday — Chicken and gravy on biscuit, carrots, fruited jello. Friday - Baked mac­ aroni and cheese, peas, tomato juice, bread, cusp- enke, MENU n Monday — Turkey noodle soup, chicken salad sandwich, corn, pear. Tuesday — French cas­ serole, orange juice, bread, prune cake. Wednesday — Half and half on rye, vegetable sticks, green beans, pine- applei . . Thursday — Vegetable beef soup, grilled cheese aandvfich, fruited jelld. Friday — Chicken gumbo soup, ham sand- Tvich, tomato juice, peas, cupcake. =1 To d a y Is Someo*ie?s B i r t h d a y ^ o r . • in” Anniversary ......i'iV ii <(<\. .. wr Bishop Brown to p reach The Rt. Rev. Allen W. Brown, retired Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Albany, will preach at the 10 a.m- service, at, ,St, Stephen’s parish, S&uy- lorvillp,, tin Sunday, No­ vember 7. He will also participate in the monthly healing service that same day .'. The public, including former, cotifirm&ndsi are Invited-to the service and to renew Acquaint,ptncq ' I H tfcejiUbn $ler wors&tpC\ Gentlemen are invited to a breakfast with JE|ev, Bjropsyn at 0:30. a.m. that same day; reservations may be* made by calling St. Stephen’s church. SEND A C A R P People 40 Be Remembertd Next Week Include the Following: v Birthjdays ^ SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 — Carol Mesick, Kay Tomasi, David B. Sawyer, Helen E. Woods, Karen Boris Tal­ madge MONDAY, OCTOBER 55 - Christine Ellis, Pamela Lnlte, Kathy Shaler, Richard O . WtlllamSj Lee Ann Derby, Theresa Sm ith, i Roger Greeno, Thepdore D. Neller, Douglas Kirk TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26 — Kay .Collins, Donald More­ house Sr., Marshall Whelden Jr., Walter Mould, Emily Brophy, Lillian J. Kopa WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27 — Scott Wheeldon, Dean Brophy* Katherine White, (,3ft Stephanie L. Pattee THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 — Carol Lou Williams, Donald Erbe, Jack D. Ryap, Anna Clark FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 - Geny Bain, Bonnie Ron- lean, Uly White, Mildred Germain, Hany Bounds, Katherine A. Knapp SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 0 — \t|) Gall Dewey, Anna Bowles,. Amy ly n n W o o d a rd, ChHles R. Davts, Stephen Pattee Anniversaries SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 - M r, Knd Mrs* W illiam Bohmer, Mr. and Mra. WUItaia D. Smith MONDAY, OCTOBER 25 - % Mr. and Mrt. Jame« F. Piog THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2* - M r. and M rs.. Warren Moon, BIr. and V. Morrison ■ FRIDAY, OCTOBER S!) -1-Mr. and Mm. WHIlam G. Roe Jr. SATURDAY,'OCTOBER 30 *- Mr. a n d M «. Rulph McCbry Donohue’s Pharmacy 9 Journal Stationers The Hughes Newsroom Winchairs Pharmacy Sind Ih the BIRTHDAY and ANNIVERSARY'6*HM *f-Y«ur f>*mny^nd Prlehd*^ Wa waht to tUf Thtm. \Scout tra in ! Adirondac -council is,ho -events for i andassistan’ 'team person Pre-regi needed - tw< advance and with Train B.J.Trutoa office, Mi road, Glen A progra scouting foi Junior ieac sistants wit! years of exp held Thursd 4mthe scov civil center, and Tuesdi 9, at the chnrch, 45 street, Sara A, special Cadette lea sultants wil 1 to 4 p, November < Bolton hall college, Sar P Stlpepdsor Councilman, each :\rfiisti£es . Town Qerk Assessors— Chairman Two “highway '■iiperinteitdent S $I20fl,0Q:,y, 400.60 : 400.00 , ‘ 2500.00? ’ 2800.00 2000,OO’ 1200.00 i 8500,00' W 6 RIGHT CLOTHES of cotton help you UMDSB- 100 percent feel good. fly order of the Town Board k£viMaf%N. ^Kenyon, Qerk and. t; . .. vCotton is highly absorbe’nt • aiid * carries moisture away t -from the body so it can evap1- orate. Infections thrive under Locals —The first card party of the season will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nfoveni* ber 13 at' the Cossayuna firehouse. Hostesses will be Donna and Sue Mar* rison. —A Halloween party for children of the Cos­ sayuna area will be lield at the Cossayuna firehootso at 7 p.m. Satardsty, .October 30. Sponsored % the auxiliary, games are in charge of Gittny Bain aantl Donna Morriscm; refresh­ ments, Betty Ann. Arm­ strong and Sandy Gutasy; judging, Sue Morrison and decorations' and prized, Carol Waite. —Due to an errorKtlie name of Helmer Thygesen was omitted in the list «( hrothers surviving Thor­ vald Thygesen. —The Baptist Mission­ ary meeting will b«e held - October 21 at 8 p.m. at tho home of Helen 3odkit)i Ruth Calhoun has charigo .ofthe program^, Th« wcwd for roll caH is Incecnse. — M ra. Malcolm Knowles and Mrs. Hazel Hillman of Cambridge visited Mrs. Ora Pratt aaid. Mrs. Ella Smith recently, . ■ —Mr. aa4 - Mm* -Alan, Hufeel of firookljte spent the week end witli Mis, •Anna Upton. —Mr. and Mrs. Allen Petterson and family, Tracy McIntyre, Mir, aid Mrs. Stanley Waite and M r.' and MMkV the wedding Saturday of PcttelMll. Horn RENT new pc VAC that stes and vacuums sionally clea: ware & Supp FREE — Floi combination use until A) 2642. GAS SPACE 50,060 BTU. CARPETS a.? beautiful if. Lustre. Rent pooer SJ. Sa 'Supply Co. fi TV & RADII Parts — Zee Record Playe ers. Also sories. Bdti< 83 -Main 5S& 592sI033f!A<: BLUE-tUSI now ftvailabl Country Stor Greenwich- c Cambridge. HOMiJAS « ANCES ranges, wate rentals. It service. Joh; Sons, Inc.. 2259. SONY TRIM Stereo, radio faction guars CB — conve special SI29 Scanner. 3 $129.95. Sa Jim Patrick 1 8 Whipple I 692-2855 aft PORTA CK3 hew. Bassii ^condition. Ji and fair, i playpen ai '854-3515. 1968 GLOBE 'Horae for bedrooms, foom. Good 322, Salem, (JAS HOT V Sale. Hot \ fired. Inquin Center. 692- CHECK O regarding ou winter jacke We’re also ( winter footw family. Prat

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