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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, March 31, 1977, Image 3

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Farm Bureau r new , members were' hosted by, Wash­ ington ■ .County Farm Bureau, Wednesday, March ^3 at a dinner in the VPW hall in Green­ wich. The committee in charge included: Bill and June McMurray, Ira and\ Vera Becker and Neil and Joyce Adams. Opening the program was Bob Lourie, president, > who explained the structure of Farm Bureau, Phillip and Linda Griffen of Stillwater brought greetings from - the New York state Farm - Bureau directors and the state women's committee respectively, Special guest Frances Robbins, state legislative assistant- director, dis­ cussed Jarm • Bureau's lobbying^jogram and the importance of member letters to legislators, Ms. Robbins attributed the defeat of the common situs picketing bill in congress partially to Farm Bureau lobbying efforts. Among the« many state issues on which Farm Woman hurt in accident Mrs. Catherine O’Con­ nor, 25, of Saratoga Springs, was injured in a two-car accident about noon Sunday. She was a * passenger in a car which colldedsvith an automo-^ bile being driven by John Reid of RD 2, Greenwich, on route 29, Middle falls, ’ Mrs. O’Connor’s hus­ band,, Gory» 27. was driving east on route 29 when Mr. Reid, headed west, apparently inade a left hand turn in front of their car. The Easton-Greenwich Rescue squad took Mrs. O’Connor to Mary Mc­ Clellan hospital to be treated for knee and head injuries. She was released after being treated. - Mr. -Retd, 17’,' was ticketed by Salenj State Trooper Dave Carpenter for failure to yield right of way. Bureau js lobbying, said Ms. Robbins, is the , removal of the •unincor-, porated business tax, John Gilhert, regional organization director, ex­ plained a variety of Farm Bureau services for mem­ bers. Arthur Morrison, Washington county farm family insurance program manager, described pol­ icies available, including estate planning. Bill. Wood, WCFB oil and grease vendor-coordinator announced that initial orders totalled 22 , 600 pounds. I)on Bailey,, young farmers and, ranchers chairman, elaborated on committee plans to spon­ sor a tour of ideal farms for students in the fall and a forthcoming. fund-rais- ing contest-to purchase a slide projector. Stressing the importance of Farm- Bureau legislative efforts to young farmers. Mr. Bailey said ‘ ‘Young farmers have to live longer with bills passecfby today's legislators.\ Prizes were awarded to Eric Allen and Dave Skeels, Safeig®“®rtilT i cates'; Janice Wilbur and NeiTRea, hall Hams; and Larry Wilbur and Dean Hanks, ten pounds pop­ corn. Preschool clinic is A p ril 7 T H E K E Y TO A 24 H O U R G A S STATIO N Become a keyholder to the Agway-Kéytrol Gas pump In your area and enjoy the convenience of “ y ó w own gas station\ ✓ Conwiftlim» As. a \keyholder” you’ii have access to \your own gas station*’ 24 hours a day, seven days a weak — no rushing to’get there before it closes or having to Wait until It opens. C o i U n d Quality Our self-service prices are for high quality Agway Gasoline. It's formulated for fast starts, full power and contains a complete additive package identical to many o f the mere advertised brands. Gall Agway Petroleum for all details about becoming — -a- Keyholder to «yoúr own gas station''. We have Regular' andUnleaded Keys -Available In Greenwich G r efi Mv i ch team go to state meet Three leadership teams from the Greenwich FFA competed Saturday in the sub-statè Contests held in Boonville. The Greenwich agricul­ ture forum team placed first in their contest and will now compete at ibe FFA state convention’ in May, At the statè conven-. ition the three 'remaining undefeated teams will compete for the state championship. Members of the local forum team are: chairman, John Imhof, Len Proch, Paul Powell injured on Roger L. Powell, 33, of Greenwich, was injured Sunday moaning when he apparently tripped and fell at , the Altenwaite farm, Easton, his place of work, catching his leg in a feeding: machine. Mr, Powell had gone to the barn very early to feed the animals with a bunk- feeder. It was about 5:30 a.m. when he fell, injuring his leg in the feeder. It was not until 7 a.m. that Robert Fish, another employe at the farm, arrived at the barn and discovered Mr. -Powell. Mr. Fish turned off the Foelsch, Frank Nestle and Stuart Rymph. , : The chapter meeting team from Gréeriwich placed third in thfesub- state contest. Members of this' team ’’are: Henry Robertson, Mike Yur- sebakv~Dan Shaw, Charles Robertson, Chris D$vid- sen, Edward Johnson. Martin -Farrar, Kathy Eagle ttnd \ Nancy Imhof vn% ker speech, Stand-up for Agriculture, placed àpc- ond in the public speaking contest. West Side Story at the libraF^ Friday, night’s film pre­ sentation at., the Green­ wich Free library will be Mast Jiris^tory r-a musi­ cal, jnocfenT version of Romeo and Juliet in which the rival New York city ^ street gangs, the Jets and the Sharks go to war. The film begins .at 7:30 p.m. and runs two, and a half hours. Parents are ad­ vised to keep in mind the . length and the nature of the film which is not intended for younger children. GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, March 31 ,1977 SALEM PRESS Page'à “ Kiss is a word invented by the poets as a rhyme lor ‘bliss.’ (Ambrose. Bierce) •». Complete Building Service!; Rough naming ■ Additions Remodeling - Custom Homes Roofs • Barns - Garages ìm 692-7581 <« < I :: < 1 <1 < I ' I <> ;; A ■ ■ t . ■ : There-wiO be a pre- school immuaizationclinic' held at the tovra hail, 2 AcademyJ street, Green­ wich, on Thursday, April 7 between the hours of 1 and 3 p.m. Jtemdnizatlons will be given for diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, polio, measles, German ‘ measles and mumps. The clinic will be conducted by the Washington county public health ntncses. All pre-schoolers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Mothers are requested to -take records of the child's iinniimiza- iions. Thedane is open to all residents .of the area. called the Easton£~ Greenwich Rescue'squad. The squad transported .Mr. Powell.to the Mary M cClellan hospital, Cambridge, where he was admitted with serious leg injuries. He was reported to* be in satisfactory^ . condition. Deputies Walter Kruger and Dave Pollock of the Washington county Sheriffs department also responded to the emer­ gency, helping to extricate the victim from”' the machinery. • ' Dance setfor —Tom Cheney, a stu­ dent at SUKTX at Buffalo, .was' a recent week end visitor at the home 4 ofMr. and Mrs. Virgil Knight. -Mrs. Ray Stevens returned last week after spending a week at the home, of, her soil and daughter-in-law, ifo,-and Mrs. E. Jarvis Stevens at Woodstock. —Mrs. Emily Weaver, who spent the winter at North Fort Myers, Fla., has returned to her home here. ' ' -Francis Lyons has returned home after spending a week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morton, Titusville, Fla. —On Sunday, March 27, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Warren went to Siena college London ville, where they attended by To wed in August Mr. a&d Mrs. Charles A. McCarthy of West Springfield, Mass., h$ve announced the engage­ ment of their daughter, Deborah Marie , to Joseph D- Facin Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Facin of Greenwich. Miss McCarthy is a 1975 graduate of West Springfield high ‘ school, and is employed by Bradlees department store. i- Her fiance is a graduate of Amity Regional high school and is attending Schenectady college ma­ joring in electrical tech­ nology. An August wedding is planned. Pratt's Clothing & Shoe Store on their | 20th Anniversary j Chem icalBaisk 1 Eastern, N .A . | Adrenalin, a rock band play Friday, April 1 in Greenwich. The Green­ wich central school cheer­ leaders are sponsoring a dance^to earn money for the football scoreboard. Adrenalin will play from 8 to 10:30 p.m. in the primary building gym. Refreshments will be sold at the dance. Anyone wishing to donate a baked item such as cookies ojf brownies may do so by contacting any cheerlead­ er, Mrs. K. Brown Or Mis, P. Loeb at the Greenwich school. ‘ : The 1976-77 leaders are: Jennifer- Aldous, Maureen Hayes, Sandra- McMurray, Sue Mason, Sue Morehouse, Melissa Perry, Natalie Waite, Kim Colegirove, Kathy Filer, Donna, Gai> dephe, Patty Hayes, Kathy Jennings, Kris Moy, Michele Sherin and Kelly Wright. ! , PETROLEUM CORP. Rts. 29&40 692-2291 Greenwich, N . r . I _ ___ ¡ - ' - ' ' T h e average b a b y .gets his first P -— tooth a t . about seven m o n ths I o f age, but he has been teeth- — ------- J ¡ng fpr three o r 'fo u r Months. personal invitation ’from Pr, Howard Hubbard, his ordination as the ninth bishop of Mbany. —Mr. anti Mrs. Harry Perkins are home after spending a month at Hernando Beach, Fla - —Tom Pratt has re­ turned. to his studies at. Union college, Schenec­ tady, after enjoying a week of vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and_Mrs, Robert Pratt. —Miss Cara Brownell of New York city was a recent overnight guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brownell. —Donald N. Brownell of Groton, Conn., has received his bachelor of Science degree from the board of regents of the University of the state of New York. Don, the son of Mr. and Mrs, Harwood Brownell, earned his de­ gree through thè regents external degree program. —Mr. and Mrs. Wil- , who— wintered at Satellite Beach, Flat., have re­ turned to their.home here. —Mrs. Shelia Hughes and- daughter,^ Virginia, left today on a vacation to Winston-Salem, N C . where they will visit Meads and relatives --Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Stephens have returned from Pensacola Beach. Fla,, where they have spent several weeks —Mrs, J.K. j Gannon has returned home after enjoying a rail trip to ' California.. ' - — Mrs. Ernest Brons- vèìd spent the week end visiting at the Jiom e of her M r, an d M rs. Paul Baker, in M echanicville. LEGAL NOTICE The Washington County Co-Operative Fire iifsurance Company will . hold its annual meeting of the Policy Holders, Tuesday- -evening, April <-12, .. 1922. .aL._P«M , m ->hjL ' company office, 33-35 Main Street, Greenwiclu New York for the election of Directors and fof the transaction of any business which n>ay properly . cottte before the meeting, James Flaherty Secretary ■ Treasurer 3-31: C o m e C e l e b r a t e W i t h U s From Now till the End of April We’re Celebrating Our ANY FRE-WASHED ( O O O DENIM * M Y ‘L E I SIT 4 5 0 0 DENIM M A N Y I E O Ì D E H #500 WESTERN D E N î M ^ ^ F In Business In Greem vich ^ We’re going to have lots of Fun with W ill*.: Lots of Safe Items and a Big Grand Prize You Can Win* 2 WIGHTS FOR 2 IN MONTREAL’S CHATEAU CHAMPLAIN HOTEL and $100 CASH FOR SPENDING MONEY Come In for Details - There Will Be Weekly Prizes as Well as the Grand Prize ON E O F OUR BEST DEALS during this Sale Period is on M EN’S LEE DUNGAREES YES! They Are Reduced as follows- REG. 11 OZ. AND. 14 O Z . f 1 0 0 FLARES V * We’ re Introducing A New Line In Our Store \LADY MAVERICK” by popular demand We are now able to show you a complete line of LADIES' DENIM SKIRTS, DUNGAREES, VESTS, JACKETS & SHORTS All at Popular Prices A FREE YO-YO UjHo . . Will Be Given on All Children’s Sneaker Purchases f i f i Just In Time for Your Spring Needs AN ASSORTMENT OF JACKETS at Attractive Sale Prices A F R E E CONVERSE TEE SHIRT VALUE will be given T * * with any Converse Purchase Over $12. A Large Grouping of nexff7 Long Sleeve Leisure .fc U fOT o & Sport Shirts from 50% OFF A Group oi Men's SHOES & BOOTS - Many Bostonians m being offered at Special Pre-Easter Prices LEISURE SUITS Are Gteat Buys tfP During this Sale TO « W *0 OFF SPECIALS WILL BE ADDED AND/OR CHANGED EVERY M E K Weekly Prizes Will Be Drawn-First Drawing April 9 for 1 . LADY'S P0CKETB00K- 2 . 1 Pr. LEE RIDER DENIMS—3 .1 Ft. COACH I0NVE8SE SNEAKERS No Substitutes on Prizes No Purchase Necessary to Enter Your Name _ THE GRAND PRIZE OF 2 NIGHTS IN MONTREAL* IS ALL RESERVED FOR THE WINNER * ~ . J ON MAY 13-14 . 9 ' ir iP%a£t i d[ott%incj & <SJtdE <Stol£. ¿enwiaíí Open Evenings till 5:30 Friday till 8:00

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