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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, December 09, 1976, Image 11

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—•A son, Mark Charles, was born November 24 at Putnam Memorial hos­ pital tp ]VJr. and Mrs. Carl Bro\meil of Buskirk. —Area students a* Cambridge central school who were' on the first quarter honor lists in­ clude: High honor, Dol- lene Coolidge; honors, Jacqueline and John Kalbfliesh. EDMUND W.COWIE OPTOMETRIST 326 Congress St., Troy AS 2-3821 Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Contact Lenses by Appointment Closed Thursday Sept. thfu June s m s a l e t o d a y 7!*e residents of the slulled niirsing facility at Mary McClellan hospital will have a Stocking Stuffer bazaar this, Thurs­ day, afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. in the main lobby at the hospital. There will be -baked goods, crafts and some knitted articles, all made by residents at the SNF. The public is invited to visit the sale. Proceeds will be used to purchase materials for crafts and other programs at the facility. ha another fund-raising activity recently, the SNF Residents' association chose Ms. Sandra Peters as the winner of a turkey with all the fixings. Holiday Fabrics for Fashions m i Decorating T h e C a l i c o T r u n k 25 E A S T MAIN in d * V illa * Stor« CAMBRIDGE, NEW YO R K Z L S Z l f t J L A itaniiaiiujig.Mir.'Miaa SO M E T H IN G FOR E V E R Y O N E DIAMONDS - W ATCHES - JEW E L R Y Featuring Seiko — CanvdBe by Balova — Tlnsex w almtyi. MOTHER’S DINGS & FINS engraving done f * • .»* »***<. t TV - STEREO - M m - TAPES By Phllco & Zenith — Sony HOOVER AMD WTSSTDNGHOUSE A P P L IANC E S ELECTRIC SHAVEBS SPORTING G003S D E P T . CB S E T S & AERIALS GUNS - AMMO P O R T A B L E TV — Come In uad Bnwte — J e w e l e r s Extra Special Used Equipment Buys Agricultural John Deere €20 Tractor New Holland 36S Spreader John Deere 40 Spreader John Deere 34 Spreader IH 51 Chuck Wagon New Holland 479 Haybine Recreational 1974 IDK8 Snowmobile 1973 Arctic Cat El Tigre 340 Shipmate 4 Sled-Tandem Trailer Also never forget EBACrs Extraordinary line of new Joliii Deere Equipment. H Eng |l| H S i ^ r f $*)uth Parrk Street Cambridge, New York 12816 518-677-262$ i s s S m a l l t o m a r r y V a l e n t i n e Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Small of Cambridge have announced the engage­ ment of their daughter, Donna M. Small to David W. Valentine, son of Mrs. Nell Valentine of Cuya­ hoga Falls, Ohio, and Earnest Valentine of Charlotte, N.C. Miss Small, a 1973 graduate of Cambridge central school, is a senior majoring in accounting at Clarkson college in Pots­ dam. Her fiance grad­ uated from Walsh High in Cuyahoga Falls, and is presently a senior at Clarkson, where he is an electrical engineering major. A May wedding is planned. —Mrs. Annette Mack- soud i£ a patient at the Mary McClellan hospital. —Mrs. Marilyn Wright is spending, the winter in New York. —The Cambridge Val­ ley Homemakers will have a Christmas party this Friday evening al the Town House. Dinner will be at 6 p.m. Members are to take a gift for the grab bag. —John Woodruff will sponsor a rock dance to be held this Saturday eve­ ning at the Cambridge central school in connec­ tion with members of Poinsettia Rebekah lodge. The dance is for junior high school students and will be firom 7-10 p.m. Proceeds will go to the fund for the Senior Scout European tour. —Col. John Hampton is a surgical patient at Putnam Memorial hos­ pital in Bennington, Vt. —Mr. and Mrs. Mi­ chael Roy and children are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Ken­ neth Roy in Bennington. They have been living in Australia for the past two years. —Richard Burdsall, a student at Allegheny col­ lege in Meadville, Pa., is with the college choir on a tour of Europe where they are giving concerts. The tour began on December 1, and the students are due back in New York on December 21. Archdale —Forrest Lyons re­ turned home last Sunday firom theMary McClellan hospital where he had been a surgical patient. —Jennifer Amy Nessle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Nessle, was bapr tized recently at North Cambridge church by the pastor, Rev. Richard Mellerup. —The Christmas party, will be held at North Cambridge chtirch on Saturday, December ll, at 8 p.m. Everyone is asked to take ' a gift, valued at about $1. Refreshments Will be served. BIONIC GIRLS The Bionic Girls 4-H club met at the home Of Sue Harrington on Sat­ urday, December 4. 0316 girls made coffee can banks for their fathers and two wall shado.w flower boxes for their,, mothers. They finished their ;pet rock pins and started .on throw pillows. Games and. refreshments were * en­ joyed. i ■, - The next meeting will be at the home of the leader, Mrs. Bikowsky, on . Saturday, December 18, at 10 a.m. COUNTRY ROADS The Country Roads 4-H club met at the home of, Mary Ann LaRoe and made gifts for their mothers. Those attending were Crickett Perry, Peggy LaRoe, Katrina Lang­ worthy and Marie Fill* more. After the meeting the club pledge and song, members drew names for Christmas. They plan to have a Christmas party on December 23, Thursday, at 1 p.m. at Mrs. LaRoe’s home. The Junior club is also making gifts for their mothers. They plan to make cookies at the next meeting. SMILE CLUB Members of the 4-H Smile dub finished their plaques at a meeting held, at the home of their leader, Mrs. Roger \ wU b Coriew. ' ^craft8- The girls also finished ;, • Christmas presents fo>jv£ their mothers. The members discussed their Christmas party and luncheon. They decided to have the party at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, December 23 at the home of tfaei? leader. Each gill fcrill supply food items, y The girls drew James for Christmas preterits, not to exceed $LE# and no less than 60 cents. Theresa Coriew brought refreshments. The club will meet after school at the home of their leader to work on Christ­ mas presents for their fathers on Friday, De­ cember 10. Girls are reminded to have a permission slip. Members are to take a small box, sewing boxes and food items for the Christmas luncheon with them. Cherie Coriew will fur­ nish refreshments. HOOFBEATS The Hoofbeats held a meeting on December 5 at the Appling’s. Laura Steele was wel­ comed to the club. The club will go carol­ ing on December 23 and will also deliver cookies to the elderly people of Shushan. They will have a sleigh party this winter. On December 15 the carolers will go to the Wager’s to practice and the members should take coffee cans to be dec­ orated. A lesson was given by Jeanne Appling on par­ liamentary procedure. The next meeting will be January 3 at the Wager’s house. Lucy Steele News Reporter HONEYSUCKLES The Honeysuckles met at the home of their leader, Mrs. Lois Gillis, to begin a project called Bake a Better Cake. Several of the members attended achievement night, where the club received a blue award fbr the better club plan and a gavel for 100 per cent completion. On November 23, six girls met and had cakes with them, which they made at home, from different recipes. Each cake was judged for texture, flavor and ap­ pearance. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 14. The girls will be doing Christmas BetSy Smith News reporter Shushan *» Youths selling trees 1 The Shushan Youth fellowship will sell Christ­ mas trees this Saturday, December 11, in front of Mike Yushak’s store. They will also . sell wreaths. The group will go caroling at 7 p.m. De­ cember 23. Locals —David Shaw of Wash­ ington, D.C., spent Thanksgiving week with his mother, Mrs. Clifford Shaw. Miss Pilar Gemein- hardt of Averill Park and Washington, D.C., visited at the home of David Shaw. —Home Bureau will meet with Mrs. John Rich Monday, December 13 at 8 p.m. for their Christmas party. Mrs. Matts John­ son and Mrs. Walter Johnson are co-hostesses. Members are requested to take a handmade gift for exchange. —Raymond Lathrop has returned from a hunting trip to Pennsylvania. —Among those who have been successful deer hunters are: Robert Cas­ sidy, Frank Adams, Warren Bandel, Kenneth Bandel, Donna Alexan­ der, Frank Bleicher, Ray Lathrop and Clifford Gray. —Mrs. Emma McClel­ lan of Meikleknox spent Monday witl^Mrs. Wil­ liam McCauley. GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, December 9,1976 SALEM PRESS, Page l l r —A card party will be held at the Shushan firehouse on Saturday evening, December 1L, at 8 p.m. —Sunday, December 19, immediately after morning worship, at the United Presbyterian church, there wfll be a covered-dish dinner. There will also be a sock and mitten tree. —Thursday, December 9, at6:30p.m.,-the annual covered dish dinner of the Women’s association will be held. The 1976 officers will set the tables. Brief Circle meetings will follow the dinner and precede the annual meeting of the association when officers for 1977 will be installed. The roll call word is Lead. —Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Taber have returned home after spending some time in Florida. Buying power According to the U.S. labor department, work­ ers’ hourly earnings have increased by 73 per cent since 1967. However, in terms of purchasing power, earnings have advanced only seven per cent. LEGALNOTICE CERTIFICATE pF DOING BUSINESS FOREIGN LIMITED PARTNERSHIP I hereby certify that I am conducting or transacting business under the. name, or designation of DuMoine Farms Company at Towns of Putnam and Fort Anne, County of Washington, State of New York. Wagner Woodlands & Co. General Partner, Lyme, New Hampshire 03768 Mr, Norman E. McCulIoch, Trustee, Alice W. Rooke Trust Dated 12/26/67 f/b/o Dorothy Anne McCulIoch, et. al., 100 Adams Point Road, Bar­ rington, Rhode Island 02806 Mr. William W. Rooke, Trustee, Alice W. Rooke Trust f/b/o William W . Rooke dated 12/26/67, Village Road, Green Village, New Jersey 07935 Mr. Robert E. Rooke, Trustee Alice W. Rooke Trust f/b/o Robert C. Rooke, et. al., dated 12/26/67, Spring Valley Road, Morristown, New Jer­ sey 07960 Mr. Robert C. Rooke, Spring Valley Road, Morris­ town, New Jersey 07960 IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have this 15 day of October, 1976 made and signed this certificate. WAGNER WOODLANDS & CO. By: Frederick E. Wagner General Partner 11-18, 25; 12-2. 9, 16, 23 CHRISTMAS TREES C u t Y o u r O w n Thousands of Beautifuiljf Trimmed Scotch Pines A Few Douglas Firs and Spruce Left Come Early - Retail and Wholesale Same lowest prices as last year R .- W . S E L L E 518-677-3695 ^ Cambridge, H. Y. Bentley lane off Rte. 62 _________ LEGALNOTICE Proposed amendment of Appendix C of Washington County Comprehensive An­ nual Social Services Program Plan under Title XX of (he Federal Social Security Act for October 1, 1976 to October 1, 1977.. Housing Improvement, Home Management and Health Related services will be provided to recipients of ADC and HR as well as to recipients of SSI and persons eligible for •SSI. Family Planning will be provided to recipients of MA-only as well as to recipients and persoiis eligible for ADC, SSI. and HR. Transportation Will be pro­ vided only to rn&t the medical nefeds of persons in .foster care. • Copies of the proposed amendment to Schedule C are available without charge at the Washington Conner Depart­ ment of Social Services, 6 Church Street, Granville, New York 12832. Requests may be made by telephone at 793-8837 or 642-2800. Public comment and review is invited and Will be accepted at the above address for a period of 30 days. Dated: December 1, 1976 Donald R. Reynolds, Commissioner “ Washington County Department of Social Services 12*9

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