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Î, Ìì**.y3>-i ■\ f ' jvr GftEEN WÌCH JOURNAL *%e 16 1 _ ; SALEM PRESS Thursday, June 9,1977 JÄ& ^ w ^ flf aafeet at the horne MclMÿre on Jufte 14 'for „ a 1 p.m. ^desseeLMfeéíirig. L - ' ,! ( T-Ihe Cossaytìna Vol- Tiint^eï- Fire company iâlîiiiliâiy will jiieeHhme- 13 at 7:8Ö p.m. at 4h% ilf^ S g r a h t o of Chests Tfcai, ■ visited TBT 3nts, ' Mr.—and- Mrs. bhm, this past Miss. Joanrie In­ graham of Hampton is a ^eMiOjE her graMjparents ........ ... £* —Sundayjiinnerguests o f Mr, and Mrs, lari -were their son, as, and- family of Warrensburg. , —A group of relatives and Jriends. from the - ‘community attended the Bodkin-Appling wedding and reception -in Hudson Falls, oh Saturday. ' —Tuesday evening Lela Clough entertained the past matrons for a covered dish supper followed by a meeting. —Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirghef~6r'Sc6tia spent the past week end with the Lionel Cloughs, 1 —.Courtney Shaler of South Glens Falls was a guest of her grandpar­ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Clough, several days last fsek. ;; —Magnus Thygesen, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Thygesen and Mr. and- ' !^lrs. Arnold Abrahamsen rwere Sunday pests of jfiev. and Mra. T. Howard ^kland- in Seatia. -Lance LeGrys spent ^aturday with his grand- - parents, Mr, and Mrs. ^Hetmer 'Thygesen. ‘ — Richard ‘Petlerson, son of. Mr, and Mrs. Allen Petterson, received an avdrage oi 4.0 this past semester atSt. Dxwrence university, jj —Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rocker returned home May 7 after spending the winter at Bonita Springs, Pla. —Mr, and Mrs. Jack Cole of Hamburg and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fifieffl' of Plattsburgh are spend­ ing several days with their - sister, Mrs. Lottie Kelly, —Mr. and Mrs. Wil­ liam Dunham of Massa- peqmt, LI„ formerly of Cossayuna, are-parents of a daughter, April Erickay bom May 25 at the Glens Falls Hospital. ~ MaternMr grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rheel of Massapequa and paternal, grandparents are Mr, a»# Mrs. Ernest Dunham of Salem, April Joins two- brothers and a sister. O b i t u a r y J MRS. FLOYD A. BARKLEY The death of Mrs. Eliza Chapman Barkley, 84, of Naugatuck, Conn!, wife of thelatef'ioyd'A’.Barkley, occurred Monday, June 6, at Whitewood Manor Nursing home in Water- ’bury, Com ., after a long illness. Services will- .. be \ conducted .tomorrow, Friday, at II a.m. at the M.B. Kilmer Funeral home, Argyle,- with the Rev. Kenneth Miller, pastor of the Hartford United Methodist church, officiating. Interment will ?£e in Chamberlins- Mills cemetery. Friends m(iy call at the' funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Born August 13, 1892, in Hebron, Mrs. Barkley was the daughter of Samuel L. ttnd -M^ry Stewart Chapman. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Ida Mae Yarter of Gansevoort* Mrs. Geraldine Trover of Naugatuck, and Mrs. AI- vertine Shaw of Water* bury; a brother, Charles T. Chapman of Kings­ bury; ,10 grandchildren and 2 i great grandchil­ dren,. MISS KATHRÏN THOMPSON. Easton comspondent ■« ' sïîwss S âs ^ ^ ■SMgÍ>liÍKwi,' daughter of Mr and/ Mrs. - Ä.B. t e o f k ë r in Sy osse i two still enrolled \■' :--^rslSaimielHairtisa McOfejl^ h^pita Sroiihof SouthGlensFaiiia were Saturday callers - af. '\ her ftfother-iiirlaw tod ' sister,'•Mr, Thomas Ward. —Mrs< • - Mabel ' Marra has m o^d-’ from the Rowland apartriienthouse on School street' and is now residing . with her-- lughterv Mrs. Alice Reed, in Petersburg. Wager of Clifton Park spent Sunday with his ; mother; :• Wggerr - -M rs. Edgar Watkins^ worth^rie^eiye^.^a d e i j ^ : J ^ M » C o K > y college, WaterMl% Me- Jffils.. .'Wads^g?fth was gra|u0ed, i - laude aund she:aIsowasthe'; sj recipiexit of ^ award fbr '' •distinctio)^'.“.,«i'. .art*'. pe'.' recentty; presented ,W .. o p ;, art exhibit in the rausejun at WRtery3fe> Me. Mr. and Mrs- Wads­ worth attended the grad- -ttafcion exercises. __ _ ____ ^-Mrs;, llenry Bartlett and granddaughter Leah Garland of Melrose, - guests at Ondawa farm. — William Phelps Jr. of i The Dixson Agency A ll forms o f im urm m Farm owners, home owners, auto, motorcycle, business . Easton 692-7265 Ronald flixson Robin Marie Pawling^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -Shirley-' -Hr—Pawling of Easton, was graduated with honors from Hough­ ton college* Houghton, on May 9, A biology major, ~ste\was awarded a bach­ elor of arts degree. Her cumulative grade point average for four years was 3,53. During her last semester she achieved a Tennis offered youths Tennis is a new .pro­ gram being offered by the Easton Youth commission this year, l£ will be held on two court^at the Green­ wich central school-on Mondays, Wednesdays attd'-Fridays from 9 to II a.m. starting. July i l and ending August 12.0pea . to boys and girls- from ■fourth grade to age 20. Tennis balls will be supplied. The trip to S.P.A.C. Is July 21 to see Mid­ summer’s Nights Dream. Money for tickets should be turned in as soon as possible so better seats niay be obtained. Please call Phyllis Riley to pre-register for tennis and -SrPA.C. perfect grade average of 4.00. Robin plans to continue - -her —education and teach high school science and-math. • Another daughter of the Paw li® g s, K im b e r ly -Pawling-KingTnvas-grad\ uated with honors from the Adirondack Com­ munity college nursing, program on May 29, with an associate hi applied sciences degree. Kim will be taking her state boards for registration in July. She has secured'a. job as staff nurse at Cape Coral hospital, Cape Coral, Fla. She and her daughter, Maria, will' move to Florida this month. Kristal Pawling has just completed her freshman yeai^ at-Houghton cgllege. - 'She was named to the ‘ dean’s list with a grade point average of 3.50. Kathy Pawling, also a student at Houghton, «id Kristal will be spending their summer vacation at the home of their parents. ■ •' ! Thomas Doriski has returned to. Long Island where he is employed Tjy- the U.S. Geological Survey in Syosset. He had visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Peter Doriski • Jr., for tp'Membrial day week end. W e s t H e b r o n Bain Fan dub awards prizes The AI Bain Fan club meton Sun5ay* Jane 5, at the T&T Pines la Glens Falls. A group left Tues­ day, June 7, to Fanfair in Nashville for a week. Jolur Madden, vice president, conducted the meeting in 1 Today Is Someone^ Birthday :| — or Wedding ftnniwçrçar}! - i m M m mm | Pcopîcto Be Kcmcmbir«} N«t Weeklncb^e ihe FoQowing: ] F BiRÎUDAÏS ] 1 Sl'NDAY. jUNE 12 — Heien M. Foss, Robert* K bv | | MtcNcif, Brucc PcKcys, Dr. John G. Meek, Donna ; ”i Woô8wïrd, Sandi Burch, SUecy Godfrcy, Betty Ferry J MONOAY, JUNE 13 - Ron» C o % , Mfchclle and ' | Mkhael 8trh«ÿ,,ai(foid MAttice i i TUESDAY, JUNE <4 — Gèorge Osrit, Nil* Long, loîs l^o«Î3rttffiw«4àWelifr - - — 1 ----- - -------- - WEDNESDAY, JÜNE 15 — U uk I Clottl, Edwari Flahcrty, Kevîn Hughes, Wendy HaJtd, Marcla Ircne Cary, Mrss Warrcn B»eU TttÜftSBAY, JUNE 16 - Arme Marti», Sobert Wfflcôx* -* Donna Blair, Bebe Porter FRIDAŸ, JUNE17-ShonaSnyder,Lyi» Jordan, David A. Grecnc, Kelly Gannon, Laura KibUng SATÜRDAY, JDNE 18 — Sfchard.Ke%> Rodney Sneli, Caroi Hcrringlon, Ethc! Slsson L.tS ANNIVERSARIES1 V# SUNDAY, JUNE 12 — Mr. añd Mrs. Robert Mourcaux J L ¡1 MONDAY, JUNE « and Mrs. Nontian Muffe», I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Howiett j s T#^TOESBAY, JtJNE 14— Mr. and Mrs. CUITord Loy, Mr. f | s , and Mrs. James Patrick 1 f | WEDNESDAY,-JUNE IS.««Mr, andMrs, Everett Clark | - Sr„ Mr. and Mrs. Wllllaitt Butat, _Mrl and Mrs. • s Edward Clark jr., Mr, and Mrs. Edward Putnam I SATURDAY.JUNEl»^-Mr.andMrs,«a^nondJohnson I -í' , Journal Stationers | ilS e n d in the BlftTHDAY *nd AMIVERSARY Date» of Your | . l l W i Friends — We Watìt to list Them. y ' g ^ IfiieaSé Midi » t¿ 0ept. ÄA^ P.O* Öiseettwich, I ‘ .Y» 12834 LEGAL NOTICE The Eastott Rural Cemetery Association will hold its annual meeting at the South Meeting. House on Saturday. June ttth at 7:00 P.M. for the election of Trustees and the transaction of other pertinent business. Helen Monroe, See. 6-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLt (Pursuant to Sections 506 and 1526of the Real Property Tax Law) HEAR1NGOF COMPLAINTS NOTICE^ is hereby given that the Assessors of tbe Town of Easton, County of ington. have'completed the TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROIL, for the current year, and that a copy has been left witit tfie.town cleirk at Burton Hall, where it may be seen, examined by any ilitérèsted person until the THIRD TUESDAY m JUNE. The Assessors will be in attendance with the tentative assessment roll on June 13 and June IS bétweeh thè hours of 5 p.ffl. and 9 p.m.. and on June IS between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. The BOARD OP ASSESS­ MENT REVIEW will meet on June 21 between thè hours of 2 -p.m, and 4 p.m. and the hours of 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. at Burton fiali in said town, to hear and examine all complaints in reJationt&asseSsments». oii the written applicatlon.__of any person believing himself to be aggrieved, _. ¡Dated this 1 st day of June, 1977. ' Mark W, Wells ’ John A. Rymph W. James Nulty Assessors 6 t 9 ^ Locals —The Easton United Methodist church will hold a dinner at the. church on Sunday, June , 12, immediately after the Nchurch service in honor of the Easton high school and college graduates and their •families. Those at­ tending are to -take a covered dish to pass and their own table service. k . —The Easton fanning hoard will meet at Burton - halt Tuesday, June 14. at ~Sp.m, —The Easton Book club will meet at the home of Mrs. Warren Nulty Wednesday, June 15. at ‘ 1:30 p.m. “ The Wcmveas auxil­ iary of the Easton Volun­ teer Fire company month­ ly meeting will be held at the firehojise Wednesday, June 15, at 8 p.m. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Shirley DeFoe and Mrs, Kathy Greene. —The Easton Kitchen Konference will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riley Thursday* June 16, at 8 p.m. .-V a c a t io n church- -schooL-will be held at the Easton United Methodist church starting on June 27 and continuing through July 1, from 9:To a.m. to 11 a,m. Any children aged two and one-half years and up through grade six may attend. —Many United Meth­ odist women in the sur­ rounding area of churches attended the luncheoft held at the Easton church on June 3. Slides on America were shown after the luncheon. —Miss Denise Brown? . ell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs-. Wesley Brownell __ Greenwich, is a patient at the Albany Medical center recovering from an elbow injury. The zip code is 12209, room 603. —Gary Sherin of |5yra- . cuse was a week end guest' of Mr. and Mrs. William ‘ Sherin and family. __ i fotiowisi 60-§t)j 'Bessie Rist; bottle of cheer, Mary Madden, fruit cake, Prank Vecchio. A quilt made and donated by Mrs. Willard Bain was won -by Hazel Tessino. The next meeting will be a picnic, time and place to be announced. A committee was appointed to make arrangements. iBflsoinsi —The Ladies Literary“ league met on Thursday, June 2, at the borne of Mrs. Paul Rudmani co- hostess, Mrs. James Lttndy. Mrs, Kermit White and Mrs- Meredith Getty were in charge of the program which con­ sisted .of pictares and interesting discussion‘of -Florida— — — ------- —Mrs. Mae Winning and Mrs. Carlton Tyler had as, dinner guests recently Mrs. Gilbert Morse., and •’ Mrs. ,2^eri>ieittg.c0tBRned^|g the Mary ¡McClellan hospital for several days. . r ' —Mr.andMrs; Charles' Grant of New Hartford spent the week end at She Watkins home. ■ ' • —¡Mrs. Kata Schirtitt is ' a patient at the Putnam Memorial hospital, —Mrs. John Bartlett and~children, Kimberly -and Davidi-haveretumed - to their home iii Missouri after spending a ' week with their aunts, 'Miss Margaret Buffum andv Mrs; Mary-Hamlinr-En*— route ithey will visit relatives--»-Washington, - D.C. , . • —The regular meeting of thfe session of the U.P. church was held in Brown­ ell hall last evening. —The Baccalaureate service o f Washington academy will be held at the White church, Salem, on Sunday, June 19, at 7:30 p.m. —Thursday, circle meetings of the U.P. church wiU be held.'Roll call weird •willbe covenant. Vidal circle meets at 10 a.m. at the church. Leafier will he Mrs. William McCauley; hostess, Mrs. Roy Brown, Gilo circle meets at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Fred Fortmullerj hostess, Mrs, Warren McMillan;.. leader, ■ Mrs. Thomas Steele, Agape circle meets afc8 p.ia, with Mrs. Benjamin Race; leader, Mrs. Mary Ham* lin. Charlotte, N.C., called on several friènds in town on Saturday. Mr. Phelps plans to attend theJ5Qth anniversary of his grad­ uation from Williams college, Williamstown, .Mass.\. —DaVid Talback has returned to his home after spending a few weeks with his mother in Arizona. -M r . \ m Mrs.' C.W: ^Buffum Sr. of Bladens- burg, Md., are spending à week. at. Ondawa farm, after having attended M r , Receives Buffum's 55th -reunion at collège Amherst cbl- lege. —There ,will be a meeting .at the. Shushan Grange, hall on Thursday evening* This will be ah opportunity for local resi­ dents to ask questions oft the*; Salem central school budget, for. the 1977-78 school year. —Next 'Sunday at—2 • p.m. Rev. Cochran will conduct a worship service at the . Skilled Nursing facility ofMary McClellan hospifaal; 7 T ~ \ —The Battettkilf Horae Bureau will hold their annu'al “banquet at the Bavarian house, Lake George, Jun<* 15, The group will meet at the home of Mrs, Rea Sheldon at 6 p.m. afld'Xirs.' Fraik Carr of Lo\idonviUe enter­ tained the Gilchrest femily and several otter ¿tests on Sunday, About 35 people were present. Sunnie Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Armstrong of Shushan, graduated from Southern Vermont college on May 29 with an associate in applied science \degree. — F o llow ing, g r a d u a t i o n she w a s h o n o r e d With a p a r ty ‘ a t h e r p a r e n ts’ home, On ’ Monday, May 30 -she left on a trip to California, accompanied fay Ms. Paula Colvin of Arlington and Muriel Barton of Shushan. While there they plan to visit relatives and enjoy a few sights’. Supervisors plan meeting A regular meeting of the Washington- county- hoard of supervisors will be held at the county office building, Fort Ed­ ward, on Monday, Jiine 13, at 10 a.m. More Divorces , (In 1975, approximately 12.3 per cent of the fenjale work force in Uie United States was either divorced or separated, up from 10.7 per cent in 1970. Elsie \’-j Morse of Glens Falls, and Mrs. Arthur Gleason and Mrs.- Harold Knapp of JSudson Falls. —The annual chicken Grange barbecue of the West Hebron Grange will be held on July 2' with áérvitigs from 5 p.m. through 7 p.m. v-Mrs. Horace Cltok, Miss Caten Salisbury and Tommy .Slater spent the weik end visiting at the fronte of Mr, and Mrs! Raymond Clouatre at St. Johnsbury, Vt, —Mrs. Steven Salis* bury' and Miss Betsy Salisbury called on Mrs. Chiarleailasey inSchenec- tady ¡at the hoine of her 1 daughter, Mrs, Helen Wilev on • Sundáy. T K l'l^est Hebron United Methodist church will have a trustee ifleet- higr at 6:30 p.m. hext 'Sunday, June 12, and a boaid meeting at 7130 p.m. The Council on Journal Stationers VN‘\ ^Journal Státíoiiers ¡Box 185, Greenwich, N. Y. 12834 . 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