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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, December 09, 1976, Image 10

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GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, December 9,1976 V X J W f . * •vf®V: •• j. ^T^i- |-.- English : 101 will be offered by Adirondack Community college at the llanibridge central school on Wednesday evenings from 6:45 to 9:30 p.m. To - register, one may contact tfceGleps Falls college or appear there on either January 12 or t8. Richard J. Ring will' teach the ' course. Mr. Ring has been engaged as iih instructor and asso- ciate director of a reading Service for both high school and college stu­ dents for f^ur years before coining to ACC. He also has served as a counselor at Farmingdale, where he did a great deal, of specialized remedial work. He came to ACC in 1973, He earned his B.A,. from St. Francis college and his M.A. from The New School. , He has additional graduate train­ ing from both Columbia and Catholic universities. He heads remedial work at the college, with special emphasis on reading. MRS. KENNETH A. GOWRY, C^mbii:iage wr«>spon(?ettt § 0 music e s er, election Women’s group to ^8^\lunHclieon The annual Christmas Center will lead the • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • a #■ CAMBRIDGE VALLEY LIVESTOCK MARKET Beef market $1 to $2 ahundred easier on all grades. Maiden heifers and steers steady. Bull mtaket firm. Bobs steady. Veal stronger. Dairy replacements sold with good aetion. Remember: v calves at 4 p.m.; Beef at 6; dairy immediately following. Please get those trucking calls in(early. Ship to CAMBRIDGE VALLEY LIVESTOCK MARKET %■ -t • 0 0 0 ’ 0 To our patrons who want their livestock trucked in, please let 0 0 us know tbe night before or red early Tuesday morning. It • • save** lot of extra trips. We wUI weigh calves every Monday * • and Friday. No calves accepted after 11)30 a.m. AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY OFFICE 677-3895— RESIDENCE’ 677-3890 Stanley and GleimMclenlthan, Auctioneers 1 MUle North of Cambridge on Rente 22 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 ' 0 • • • • • Ondawa chapter 467, OES, will meet Monday, December 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the Masonic telnple for _ a covered dish supper and \Christm&s party. Salem lodge, F&AM, and wives wilj be guests of the chapter. Mrs. Jane Salis- bu^Jsxhairman,.assisted by Mis? Matrioh Hunt, Mrs. Greta Harter and Mrs. Bernadette Banks. Each member is re­ quested to take a dish to pass and place settings. Rolls and beverage Will be furnished. There will be a gift exchange. Mrs. Jane Salisbury, matron, and Clarence Phelps, patron, will con­ duct the business meet­ ing. Annual reports will be given. Officers lor next year will be elected to be installed at the January meeting. luhcheon meetingef'the Women’s association of the Cambridge United Presbyterian church will be held at the Enuna Holden room at noonuon * Monday, December 13. _ The guest speaker will be Mrs. William Peltz > of Manchester, Vt. She will present a Christmas pro­ gram. The theme of the luncheon will be The Holiday Feast of. Greece, ^d Mrs. Anna Potter aiid Mrs. Kay Purrington are in charge of arrange-’ ments. A donation will ba-n collected to help pay expenses. Reservations' are td be made by today with either Mrs. Purring- ton or Mrs. Seth Craig, Jane 'Portwine and Jane Wright pre in change of tables; Colena Clark, of decorations: and Ruth devotions, R|rs. Peltz, who is a professional monologist, is the ivife of a semi­ retired psychiatrist. She and her husband have written several books. She has -done programs of faith and Christian edu­ cation at the UN, and is working-ona book about the mother-in-law. ‘ Rev, „Richaii?d Mellerup, & churches' of ( the5; ^isTbtify circuit, was t|e geest speaker at the Christmas meeting of Ondawa - Cambridge chapter, DAit, last Friday afternoon at the Emma Holden room of the Cambridge-'United Pres­ byterian church. His topic was. Music in-Advent. —~Misg-Claire--Pender~- 7 daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Pender of Cambridge, a senior at the Cambridge school, was a guest at thetneeting. j She is the DAR good citizen. Mrs. Pencter was also a guest at the meeting. • Rev. Mellerup, who was - introduced by-Mrs. -Henry Wiebke, vice regent, spoke of the solemn songs of the Advent season* Afterwards, members and guests 5 sang some Christmas carols with accompaniment by Miss Ruth McWhorter. Miss McWhorter, as chairman of the chapter’s good citizen committee, introduced Miss Pender. Miss McWhorter gave -Glafef a-pin-and-a-book on Garden club party \A mere trifle consoles us, for a mere trifle distresses us,\ Pascal • The annual ‘ Christmas party and luncheon of the Cambridge-Area ■ranch b of the Woman’s National Farm and Garden asso­ ciation will be held this Thursday at noon at the Emma Holden room of the Cambridge United Pres­ byterian church. It will be a covered dish luncheon, and the committee will furnish beverage and rolls. Members are to take F O R T H E L A D I E S • WHITE SHOULDERS • CHARUEr .CJGUSSON. : ; • YARDLEY ^ ' ’ / • ARPEGE • MY SIN • INTIMATE • SHALIMAR • FABERSE' • COTY • CHANTILY • CARON • MISS BALMAIN • 4711 • NUANCE • ESTEE LAUDER • HELENA RUBINSTEIN • JQVAti • BABE ‘ • CHANEL • PRINCE MATCHABELLI • AMBUSH or TABU • JEAN NATE' • TWEED • HOBNAIL • CASAQUE • SHULfON • JEREVIENS • LOVE • L'AIR DU TEMPS • JOLIE MADAME by BALMAIN ..i F O R T H E M E N PIERRE CARDIN KANON CHANEL OLD SPICE LIME • CANOE • BRITISH STERLING • BADCUS • PUB G I F T S F O R B O T H ELECTRIC SHAVERS TIMEX WATCHES TRANSISTOR RADIOS • JADE EAST • BRAVURA • ENGLISH LEATHER • YARDLEY • CURRIER & IVES • AQUA VELVA • JEAN NATE' • HAI KARATE • FABERGE' • BLACK BELT • MON TRIOMPHE • BRUT r* ► / i KODAK - INSTAMATIC POLAROID C A m s AM U Y MATCHING SETS' 1 A a, covered dish and their place settings. The international friendship committee, under the direction of Mrs. Robert Voorhees, is in charge of the luncheon and' will provide decor­ ations. There will be the collection for friendship. Dues for the coming year are payable at this meet­ ing. Members are to take a wrapped gift for a Wash­ ington county child which will be delivered by the county Children’s Com­ mittee. The gift is to be marked with the sex of the child for whom intended and the suitable age. Members are* also to take a gift for the gift ex­ change. * This will be the last meeting of the branch* until March when monthly meetings resume. Lodge will elect The annual meeting of Cambridge Valley lodge 481, F&AM, will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday evening, December 13 at the Masonic temple. There will be reports of several officers, and new officers will be elected for the coming year. The third degree will be conferred on a class oi candidates. Preceding the m e e ting. there will be a roast beef dinner for members and members of area lodges at the American Legion home on route 22 north of the village. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Obituary MRS. EDWARD T. MURPHY The death of Mrs. Leona C. Murphy, 78, occurred Sunday, Decem­ ber 5, at the Mary McClellan hospital after a long illness. Funeral serv­ ices \will be conducted this, Thursday, morning at 8:45 at Flynn Brothers Funeral home, Green­ wich, and at 9:30 o’clock at .St. Patrick's church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated. Interment will be in St. Patrick's cemetety. Bom.; In Oakhill, Mrs. Murfihy was the.daughter of John and Mary Walsh Tighe, She was a member of the Sacred Heart sodality and was a com­ municant of St. Patricks chttfch* pf Gamhna|er Surviving are her hus­ band, Edward' T.; 1wo t sisters, Mrs. Mary Kelly of South CaiSitaidge Miss ’ Alice ‘ Tighe of Greenwich. Highlights' of Washing­ ton, D.C. She will be presented a certificate for the award at the annual awards night in June. Miss Pender, who was elected to the National Honor society as a junior, ^ is a member of the senior band, president of the-. Varsity club and on the yearbook staff. She is her class's representative to the student council; is captain of the girls’ varsity field hockey team which won the sectiohals this year for the second time; and plays girls’ varsity basketball, base­ ball and softball. Mrs. Orson K. Spurr conducted the brief busi­ ness meeting before the program. Mrs. Edward J. Schneider reported that the chapter had offered a book Ancestry and Des­ cendants of Elijah Brown­ ell, 1786-1812, written by Byron Herrington of Cambridge, to the DAR national library. The chap­ ter voted to purchase the book from Mr. Herring­ ton, thanking him for the chance to buy the last copy of the second print­ ing. Mrs. Mildred Moy re­ ported that knitted squares are needed. She is sewing them into robes for patients at the Albany VA hospital. The chapter then voted to send 55 to the Jiospital toward the purchase of caritefen books for 'the patients. &$rs. George? WeW^ reported that she had been working on records using a book of the Cambridge United Pres­ byterian church. She had typed up 18 pages last year for the genealogical records of the national society DAR, and she has just completed ahd sent in 12 more pages. That brings the typed material up to 1919. Included in the data typed was the place of residence and the dates. Mrs. Spurr said that the records have to meet specific standards and Mrs. Weldon has been commended by the state chairmen on the work she submits. Mrs. Spurr thanked her for the time spent for the chapter. After the program, tea was served by Mrs. Donald Presler and her committee. Menus for the week of Deceniber 13-17 at the Cambridge central school will be as follows: Monday — Jiiice, hot dog and; roll; buttered ,corn and fruit. Tuesday —. Sloppy Joe on a bun,, buttered beans, celery-and fresh fruit. Wednesday.« . Punch, pizza, shredded lettuce with dressing and,fruit. Thursday -Turkeyfind gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, carrot sticks and jello. — .Friday — .Truce, fish Bu: —A son , 1 was born N< Putnam M pital to ]VJr. Brownell of —Area Cambridge < who were' quarter hoi dude: High lene Coolh Jacqueline Kalbfliesh. stick in a bun, cabbage salad and fruit. REPAIR SERVICE on all Clocks - Watches Electric Shavers .Jewelry LeGrys Jewelers Since 1847 FRANCIS'AGKLEY 51 W. Main, Cambridge, N. Y. ' % Walter 0. Kinnin Physical fitness Is to some extent mensurable. Im the physically tit person there Is-l-M. slower pulse .rule daring the working period and a faster recovery to normal at\ the conclusion of the task. 2.1 A slower rise In blood pressure during Ihe t>hysl«d exercise and a quick return to normal. 34- A fewer Intake of oxygctt .durirfgthe exercise. This Is the result of a better-con­ ditioned oxygen transpor­ tation mechanism. Re­ member that physical fit­ ness Is never a gift, nur Is It static, iff tn ess must be maintained. For the patient’s com­ fort, KINNIN’S PHAR­ MACY, 75 E. Main St., Cambridge, sells or rents complete sickroom sup­ plies. Wheel chairs, walk­ ers, canes, crutches and commodes are all available. Baby needs, photo finish­ ing supplies and sundry needs will be found at KINNIN’S. . . Phone 677-3822 for free prescrip­ tion delivery service. Msm-Fri,, 8 A.M.--9 P.M. Sat., 8 A.M.-6 P.M. Sun., 8 A.M.-1 P.M. HANDY HINTs Place silver two Inches from edge of table In parallel Ones. Christmas Is Just Around the Corner I Caravelle Watches by Balova Timex Sales & Service Travel Alarm - Westclox - Music Boxes Clocks of All Kinds T h e C l o c k S h o p 67 W. Main Street 677-8202 Cambridge Open 9 - 5 Daily F o r C h r i s t m a s — M any S e le c tions Nicely Gift W rapped at the ~ . 6 Broad Street . {The Restored D&H Depot] Cambridge, N.Y. loliday Hours frtftfi Dec. ! 4 :i Open 'til 8 Riyi. i * ■4 * EDMUND OPTOI 326 Congr AS 2 EyesE Glass* Contat by App Closed Sept. t TV 9 « 9 9 9 9 9 « 9 * t* a 9 & (V P J 51 w<! : \ Us SI Also line Camii

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