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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, March 31, 1977, Image 6

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✓ v*%'yr ñ-.vVv'*i *«* •t.t> * V*>■; . - /.' * ■*i “ - . \ ■ v ' 'V r.;-:, ; . - T-X^i . The VVashingtoini Acad- erny. Music association wijl A sponàQt the» annual Í LEGAL NOTICE Festival, Saturday, ^ 2,, at the Whitehall central scheek-^flScefT time is 8 p.m. Students, -participating in iOSicfw have been working with their teach­ ers^ bn their music. Op :x I “ : ' ' :NOItCt;UFHESKIf)Gt5P)-----' ' BUDGETOF - VILLAGE OF S A IE M ' ---- Notice I s Igiigfyj .given pursuant .to'section III o f the • Village law ? of the State of New'Yorlt/^fhWa^rentatife-- , budget has teen prepared' by_ , oil thefndday of Nlarch, 197.7 _ and that aptiblicheating will be held at the Bancroft library ’ iii annex bldg locate«! at S a lt o Central School on the 6th day o f April,. 1977 at 8:00 PM to j----consider such a budget. . SALARIES . ........ r MAYOR S1000.0a 4 TRUSTEES at $300.00 $1200,00 . FEDERALREVENUE t SHARING FUNDS VIIiAGE-GLERK $2700.00 AMBULANCE . $1000.00 FIRE DEPT. ■ 52500:00 -- VlOlAGEOF SAiEMv • Joanne LaTulippe Village Clerk 3-31 ' Saturday the studehtsWflF •peliear^e day'a*$d «a “Safetjrcl^r «veniiig will present their programs. fik jiiftior. band coo-f doctor—is-itobert-Mitchell from Fort Anu central school; senior band, will be conducted by Luther »Everfe feta Hoosick Falls; and: the senior chorus conductor is Fred Brarft- back from Linton high in . Schenectady. ■ - The band and chorus groups are a select group ,of students from area schools: Argyle, Fort Ann, Salem, Whitehall, Cam­ bridge* Fort Edward, Granville, Hartford,, and Lake George. , \A cordial invitation is - extended-to the public -to - enjoy an evening ofmusic by the musicians. \ISSdergarten- registra- tion for the Salem central school district for the 1977-78 schQolyear will b e helchon Wednesday, April € hi the elementary ■ Wilfred 110557- urni Let's (ìo: f o 'SqKoól; is* thé thense of the 1977 registration program.. It will be a social introduc­ tion to the school environ­ ment for the children. Sarah B æ r f aitd JanYiiS\\ CLARK'S EQUIPMENT SALES AND SERVICE DEALER for Ariens Lawnboy . Bolens Toro Weed Eater __ Hahn Eclipse , _Brigga&Stmtton._ A t 1 Tecumseh ---- It's.that time of year^iin to fifwrt thinking «bout your yard chores.- So comedn in and we’ll make a deal to meet jour need*, large or small. East Broadway ------------- -. Sd e m , N . Y T 0:30 to 5:30' Phone 854-3149 Summer Hoara 8:30 toü Sat»- Evenings b y appointment district supervising prin­ cipal, flsks»ail parents with , children of school agë to report to the elementary gypnasium from noon until 2 pim. on that day. The child must be five years of age on or before December 1, 1977 to attend kindergarten this September. . Mr* . Ross states that letters cpntainin^ instruc­ tions for registration are being sent to the parents who are known to have children -eligible to enter school , this year. Any parent who does not rêceive a notice and plans to enter a child iû school, should call the school for . thexegisftatfen forms and report with the child on April 6 « Those unable to attend that day should also notify the school.. Mr. Ross: reminds par­ ents to take a certified copy of the child’s birth certificate on registration day. Complete immuniza^ ti<m records are also required. Section 2164 of •the New York state public Jiertth_Jaw_jequires_all children éntéring school fo be properly immunized for . five ' diseases. The di* seases.’ àre polio, diph- rteners Mr. Ross notes that by the - time the first child begins school, most /par­ ents have been away from the education system-for a * number of years. School •figs'probably changed T .... Merryman, teachers,' ' and^eanor CamEiieL»_:i^ooL^r5& _ teacher, are planning the— positive program for the day.. Parents and'efoildren are' asked to report to the elementary ' gymnasium first of .all. There records will be checked and refreshments served. Members of the school staff who work with the kindergarten class will meet4he children and the parents. Following this, everyone will be ,able to visit ,the kindergarten rooms and meet the teachers. from what-they-remem­ ber. Therefore, he hOpe.á. parents will see thig as a ^osüke QpportmH<ÿ=«..>to- ..reacquaint themselves with the educational sys­ tem in their’local school. Due to the limited room, the parents are’ asked to take only the child enter­ ing school on registration day. Parents- Of all age children are reminded that spedal transportation requests must bereceived in writing by the board of education prior to April 1 to be considered for next school year. c o n t e s t w i n n e r s On March 17,. a public speaking contest was held . by the Salem Junior FFA.~ Pictured left to right are Cindy Lewis, third place winner of a $5 ' award; Brian' Pinger, second r place winner of a $10 award, and Lucy Steele, first place winner of a $ 15: _ prize, . L -i ■ The judges were Mr. Barber and Mr. Lund- gren.* The club is selling candy bars again. S e n i o r s t o o f f e r a m i n u t e On March 12 the Salem FHA sponsored a: semi- fófmal dancé at the school. Por three hours Welkin played a variety of. music and. refreshments wefie' oirsale. > On April 6 . from 5 to 7 p.m. the FHA will hold a •public spaghetti supper at- the school. Spaghetti, salad, and choice of pie will be offered. Special prices are available for senior citizens and chil­ dren under 12. Entertain­ ment will be provided by the junior high PHA. Sixteen members from the junior and senior high ' chapters. plan to attend the Grossiriger’s resort for the' annual state meeting on~Aprih2Q, 2*1, and 22 Two girls will go early to servé as hqstessés along with Nancy Flint, state president, and the ad­ visor, Ms. Parker. An FHA rally for the entire district is planned •for early May. —Mr. and- Mrs. Ed­ mund TeBordo and Jim attended church services at the United church, of Cefibes On Sunday, March 27 where their son and' daughter-in-law, Nick and Terry TeBordo conducted —The students of the -Salem music department are selling a concentrated cleaning' product for a money-raising project. Proceeds will go towards a - field trip. -Mrs. George Stock- the service. Begirmuig in bower has retumed home June they wilf 1 be joint 'ter pastors-’of the. church. —Mrs. Merritt West, returned home, last week S a l e m R e c r e a t i o n E q u ip . C o . Bfenehard St,, Sifem, M. Y, . /Uithorized Dealer for the jawa Babetta Moped 854-7247 Weekdays 4-9 ■ Saturdays 9-12 -theria, measles,- mumpsT and rubella. This means three or more doses of oral\ polio vacdoe, three , or more doses of diphtheria toxoid, and the single dose of measles, mumps and rubella vaccines. School entrance must be denied if thfe applicant is not in compliance, ----- - O b i t u a r i e s HENRY J. TULIP • Private fanerai services were conducted for Henry S, Tulip, who died at his ocem\W- residence in West Havên, 'Gary Slater, from a with her niece and nephwvmOrmoniTBeach, Fort Orange and Daytona. —Mr. and Mrs, Ray Randall anc| family of Wafcervliet and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Barber were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs< - Jack Barber. ------ -- -- ; —Richard Murrane hast retarned to . Whittier, Calif., after apending\ft week with Ms parents, Mr- and Mrs. Martin Murrane* — Mrs. Mabel Allen was. a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs, Round & Square Dance Saturday, April 2 8:30 P.M. to 12:30 A.M. Miisie by The Country Trio Rupert Community Bldg. Benefit of Rupert Vol. Firs Co. A M s $2.00 Children Under 14 $1.00 EASTER'S ALMOST HERE!!! Come în today for AmbassadorEaster cards, Conn., on March 26 after a long illness. formerly a resident of Salem, Mr. Tulip was the : soh of George and ^Eliza- -~beth Tulip. ' Surviving are his wife, Jeanne; one son, Michael} two sisters, Mrs; Eliza­ beth BJoomingdale of Bergenfield, N.J., and Mfs. Harold Rice of Hoosick Jails; two broth­ ers, Robert of jBronxville : ‘and Theodore of Cam- , badge. MRS. BURT MORRIS SR. The death of Mrs. Anna ■ Mae Morris, 63, wife o,f the late Burt Morris Sr., t occurred unexpectedly Wednesday,- March 23, at -her home. Funeral serv­ ices were conducted Sat­ urday-at the McClellan Funeral home where the Kev. James Fritchard, \pastor of -lïolÿ uPfoïs church, officiated. Inter- Mr. and-Mrs,'Ray­ mond Wilkins and grand­ sons, Michael tad iiminy Lane, of Arlington,: Vt.r were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt West and Miss Clara Barkley. —Mrs.'Greoige Banks returned last week from Lauderhill, Fla., where She had been visiting Mrs. Mary Stubblefield. B u d g e t af spending three, weeks in Daytona Beach, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. Tefd Barkley, . j - ‘ —The Hospital auxil- iary of Mary McClellan is again this year taking - orders for geraniums. Anyone interested in or­ dering for this area may contact Muriel iinke or Helen Marshalsea. -The jgeraniums come in red pnd pink and may be ordered until April 14, ... —Lyle A. Smith of West Boylston, Mass., spent the past week end with his father, Russell C. Smith. —Mrs. George Stock* bower received word while in Florida of the birth of a great-grand^ daughter, Kelly Ann, born to Mr. and Mrs. Brian Caruso of Oswego. —The Salem Fish and Game club \'will meet Thursday, ^AprE 1 at the club house. There will be a meeting of thé Salem board of education to discuss the “budget for ^1977-78 oh March' 30 at 8 p.m. The n£xt regular board meet- -ingjs^aAeduled-for ApA -20 & - R o a s t b e e f d i n n e r i s n e x t w e e k i « Tke Student Council of Salem central school wffl sponsor a buffet dinner featuring roast heel on Saturday, April 9, in the ^school cafeteria. Serving will begin at 5 p.n^, and last until 7» tickets will jbe available at the door. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. iThe comedy Arsenic and Old’ Lace will be presented by Salem's senior class on Thursday, Friday, and, Saturday, April 14, 15, and lp. At S p.m. the curtain will go up on this classje of the American stage and once again'audiences will be able to revel in the humorously macabre doings .. oLJhe _sftange Brewster family. The story takes place in Brooklyn during.the pre­ war days of 1941. Abbey and Martha Brewster, two elderly spinsters por­ trayed by Nancy Flint and Michele Markham, keep their Victorian' home as_ ' Father did, but with, the addition of several perm­ anent guests. _ Brother Teddy, played by Don Tomlinson, thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt, and is kept busy digging the Panama canal in the Dan Baxter, works hard at his job of theatrical critic. Mortimer's fiance, Elaine,, played by Laurie Camp­ bell, is anxious to \set the day” , hut is almost permanently deterred by the arrival of MortiBoter’s long lost brother, the wicked Jonati\aB»-Ktejedi t with gleeful evil by Jimmy 'Fliht r he is-accompanied ,by his personal surgeon and flunky Dr, Einstein (Herman,.not Albert), played by Jon Benn. The forces of law and order are represented by Police Officers Brophy, Klein, O’Hara, and Lt, Rooney. ■ These minions of the law are portrayed by Bill Felmly, Clark Mattisoh, Vince White, and Bruce Hamilton, Charlie Chap­ man plays the dual roles 1 o f Mr! Gibbs and Mr. Weatherspeon. The three ' acts move giddily along\ to a wallop­ ing climax making Arsenic and Old Lacfe the thea­ trical classic it is, With never a dull moment, and indeed, paced ,with a\ laugh a minute, area’-folka won’t want to miss this latest offering of Salem's senior classes. Well worth seeing is the beautiful interior ■ the senior class has managed to-squeeze onto their small stage. Tickets are on sale now •-from- members *of the plans senior class or will be on sale at the door the nights of the play. Thé NEWGeTprogram for ■ the-Salem-site at Burton hall announces . J;hat the progrum for April 4 will consist of a film, Not by Bre&d Alone, rçhich explains the nutrition pro­ gram for the elderly. Tuesday, April 5, the _ flower basket centerpieces made by Alîcè Stewart and Josephine Murphy will be awarded. HAM PARTY APRIL 2, 1977 Salem Fire House (Proudfit Hall) 7:30 P.M. Benefit Salem Fire Dept. ladies' of Easter candy “W by^ussellStovefT- - Also a special sélection of faster basket: ail made upt or ‘ supplies so you caff do it yourself. For that special Easter rememberanGe trv us. cemetery. - - i _ M» MrsTMorps was bom  l l X l H a F T ‘ November1 15, 1913, in J Cohoes. She was a mem- w i a c k i l i i i ï bei of the Salem-Holy— Cross church, a member of- Main SL^s!mr I W - --------- Open: Monday - Saturday, f - 5 ^ Phone: 854-3754 J.W. Fm Gift Wrapßg déty; Salem Post 1 812, - Amfericën- _ J iary; Câtholic Daughtèrs of--America and -of^-thé Salem Senior Citizens. Siirviving áre- two daughter, Mrs., Walter \ Hungerford ofCambridge and Mrs. Cameron Moore of Salem;, à son, Burt Morris Jr. of Salem;/two tersr JohnO'fïeamof Liberty and JOonald O’Hearn of Phoneixr Ariz, ; nino grandchildren. CiontriSütiöiiB in arnêm- ory of Mrs; Morrismay be roade to thé Proudfiti BuildingJfund in care of James Tornasi of Salem. A p r il 5 Salem American Legion auxiliary unit 812 will meet te the Legion rooms Tuesday, April s at 8 p.m. \with first vice president Marian Coffinger presid­ ing. ' Mrs. Muriel Linhe is seeking white material and old' nylons for the cancer project- Mrs, Salem lodge 391. F. andjL^l, met at thè Salem Masonic temple M r 2 t; lembers ctiscu$sed having a \past masters’ night on May 16, with past masters occupying the — officers'cbairsHfe hoped that the oldest living past _ _ _ __ Plans.were made for Ï firsTaidcourse will be ’ ladièr iiight on Jime 9. A fprpd ;bV thé Salèm P»t luck supper followed a talk by Judge John ' by thè Salèm Rescue squad for any ¿strict résident beginning at.7 paît to9 p.m., March 31 , in the Salem i school cafeteria. ' ■, rl The course will he an accredited Red Cross first aid training course and and Bwggs of Cambridge are On the agenda. Ladies of the Order of Eastern Star and wives of master Masons will be guests of the Salem lodge, Kenneth Thfelma Landers, coupon wüt chairman, urges all to transportation department save the bonus coupons. reqtdrements ^ and^ mini- Thè. refreshment com- mittée for the meeting will he Gretçi Harter, Elsie Jackson and Gloria Stanton. i mum Rescue squad train­ ing* ' ;■ Any person over 16 years of age is eligible to take.tferiïaining. program. -^Attention-was called to new drapes and painting of the, walls which, was accomplished in . the „ temete; The drapes were installed through thè ef­ forts and generosity of Master Ralph Harter. CAMBSlDGf VftllEV LIVESTOCK MAKKET market st^n^ and adive onuall grades. Maiden heifers and steers firm. Bull market strong. Heavy Hobs strong. Lighter Bobs easier, A good demand for bred and open Hol$te& Heifers, Dairy replacements in good demand, Fifteen top first calf heifers. All due in April. Eastern breeding iritn size and condition. Ship to CAMBRIDGE VALLEY . UVESTOCKM A R K ET * • To our patrons who ftantthelr livestock truckedln, please let us know the titglit before dr real early Tuesday morning. It saves a lot of extra trips. Wc wIll welch calves Mtinday and Friday, No calves acce|itM.aifter 11:30 .AUCTION EVERV TUESDAY OFFICE 677-389S - RESIDENCE 677-3890 Stanley and Glenn McLenlthan, Auctioneers I Mile North of Cambridge on Rout© 22 J I K , ' I . '

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