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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, June 16, 1977, Image 12

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' JOURNAL P a g e l?- SALEMPRESS “Ttmrsday,Juñe 16,1977’ v Tenn önd named The,, pods óf thè witch hazel tree split open wtìetìT ripe, often* with sharp «¡lick, shooting seeds a -dis­ ta r*ce.._of several feet. The smallest bird in the world is Helena’s humming­ bird found in Cuba and; the Isle of Pines- Ail average male -adult has a wing span o f three inches and weighs only l/18th of an ounce. That’? less than - some species of moths. plant' superintendent Hebron group hears churches TV -Safes - S e r v i c e Art Boehringer 692^419 — ?S4.7841 The smallest breed of dog is the Chihuahua frojm Mex­ ico. It weighs from two to four pounds -when fully grown, but some “miniature” specimens » weigh only 16 ounces., Stanley Gilbert, genera manager of the J. H, Rupert,. Vt., has an­ nounced the appointment , of Donald Hammond to the position of plant superintendent:., The Guild company is now the major manufac-, turer,of knitted leg wraps for horses in the United States. The company also iftakes a number o f other products used in the care of the leg of the horse. Guild also manufactures a number of products for humans including Dr. Wilson honored Guild products have been on the market for inor^ than a ' century. One was first marketed 5ft 1843andwas r the firstsoap marketed for • babies. v Mr. Hammond is a life IohgTesident of this area apd lives in West Pallet, Vt.r with' his^wifeBiann and three children, Chris­ tina, Robert and; Jason. Mr. Hammond was re­ cently elected deputy con­ stable of Pawlet. F ir e m e n living still was the theme around which a well the village to­ gether withitsgrebe farm by to a u c t io n John Wilson, a resident of SaleoC was’ honored recently by the ¿;rH> Guild Company, Inc* of Rupert, Vt., for his 25 year? of devoted Service to the company. A cookout was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. -Stanley Gilbert in West Rupert, Mr. Wilson was presented with a watch by the company, A birthday cake was also a part of the festivities to celebrate Mr. Wilson's 75th birthday. He is still an active employee of Guild. The; Rupert Volunteer fire, department has set Thursday, June-3O,..at.7;;30 p;m. as the date and time for its annual action in- Rupert. The auctioneer will be Bus Mars. Resi­ dents are. requested to set aside saleable items which _ will be picked 'up soon. The theme for .Old Home day, Saturday, August 13, Is The Anjeri- can Way. Parade chair­ man Axel Blomberg re­ quests that individuals or organizations who wish to enter floats, contact him. Personals Cor. k John St Hodbon Fallt ! —The opening of the Thrift shop a t the Rupert United Methodist church will be June 22 from 3 to 7 p.m. It will continue on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at the same hours. The first and thirdJ&tair- days the hours will Be” from 10 a.m. until noon. —Mrs. Cornelius Rob­ erts is a patient in the Bennington hospital where she underwent surgery on Friday. —Mrs. Wilma Batease with he^r-niece, Miss Deborah Croff, attendee! the wedding of her cousin^; jBroce Grover of Ludlow, , Vt., anff Miss— Gair^-faithfully Preedom of Rutland, Vt., in Rutland and the recep­ tion at the Holiday inn. \The first hour o f the morning r$ the rudder of the day.\ H. W. Beecher attended, lively meeting of the Hebron. Preser­ vation society conducted its June meeting at thè West Hebron United Pres­ byterian church. Histor­ ical records of all the churches in the Hebron area, ;bottr^]^t aad^ present, were presented. Several churfches hadtheir origins in the 1700’s and are still in existance. Julia Carson painted a picture of the prèvading faith and physical stamina of the farming families that erected and faithfully attended the.Jjorth He- brpn Baptist church. This church still stands as the oldest remaining church in Hebron. John Hurd described with humorous anecdotes from family stories, the_ history and life of the old B e lc h e r ’ M eth’o d ist church. Life in this- small but busy community cen­ ter around this church. Its removal by oxen to its present location in the center of Belcher and addition of belfrey tower and bell was a large event. It still stands, no longer used as a church; - Arthur Olver of the West Hebron Methodist church related the begin­ nings of the early church in the present Grange building in West Hebron. The present beautiful Methodist church with its tall steeple, stained glass windows and converted kerosene lamp fixtures was erected in the 1800’s. Carolyn W ebber touched upon the old brick Convenentor church, now a defunct town barn on the north end of Wèst. He­ bron. This church with­ stood-a damaging twister, was restored, and once so attended, now has passed away, al­ though the building still stands. (Kermit White told of the beginnings in the 1700's of the two locations of the early South Pres­ byterian churches, one the east of Chamberlain Mills road out of West Hebron. Records are sparse and conflicting, so old-photo­ graphs of the last South church now gone are especially interesting. This church merged with the North church that stood on County Route 31 Ralph Reid related how this churqh at . one time; boasted a membership of - 300 persons necessitating lof numerous horse and' wagon sheds behind. and next to the church. In the late !940’s The VFW stayedon top of the league Math a 9 toO shutout of the Lions. Tom Almygqt the \pitching win while getting two hits at plate. - . - * I t was decided to deijdoUstT this church and build a new one next to the manse in the center of West Hebron. A colonial build­ ing of brick with white trim, and classic^pro­ portions, financed in part bythe sale, the parish­ ioners gift’s and sales of best cow, was dedicated in 1949. The history of this United Presbyterian church was . related by Pearle McEachron who planned the entire pro­ gram, . Fascin&ting records. photographs, and artifacts from ¿11 the churches were exhibited. These were explained by Saurah lake, Polly Craig and Nancy Rogers. Lori Rogers gave an. account of the old East Hebron Presbyterian church on route 22. In spite of former frag­ mentation into .other fee* ,tions this small beautiful ' church remains a con­ tinuing force in the lives of its present members. Par­ ticularly interesting were original documents from March 23, 1793 signed by both'parties, Argyle and Hebron, to share a minis­ ter, that were brought to this meeting by Doris McEachron, Argyle town historian. The strong influence* of all these churches con­ tinues to be felt by Hebron residents and lives on still in the spirit and activities of its young people as. presented by Heidi Waite, Lori Rogers, Nancy Flint with a Inal message' by Wesley Clark. During the short busi­ ness meeting that fol­ lowed new slate of officers for the year 1977*78 of the Society was elected. They are: President, Donald Swift; vice president, Gertrude Getty* secretary, George Callaway; cor­ responding secretary, Carolyn Webber: treas­ urer, Myrtle Barkley; trustees, Clifford Rogers, Evelyn Darfler, Isabel Ferguson, Julia Carson, Mary Emma Campbell, Folly CraTg. VFW TomAlmy R.Polley Mastrangelo McMurray T. Polley -Henderson- AB ft 4 2 4 0 A_J_ H 2 1 JL 1 1 r 4 - Te. Williams ;0 0 3 .....“27 .. 0 0 0 7 Totals Lions R. Traver 3 0 1 Kelly 3 0 1 M. Travers 3 0 0 Linnett 2 0 - 0 Karp 2 0 0 T. Owens 2 O 0 F. Owens 2 0 0 Dewey 2 0 0 . Grimes 2 0 0 Totals 21 0 2 - The Local 624 moved into second place with a 3 to 2 overtime win versus the Legion. Duke Beck tied it up in the bottom , of the sixth-iwtilr his first home run of the year and in the seventh Phil Spiezio' knocked hi the winner. Beck, Spiezio and Kyle Mosher each had two hits for the winners. AB Legion Culbertson Peluso Perkins“ Simmons McCormick VanSchaick Aldrich Myers Weir Walsh Hughes Totals Local Spiezio Perkins Beck Barnes * McFee Mosher Kuzmich Bullard ’ Erbe Brochu Totals 2 2 4 1 ' 2 2 3 3 3 1 '2 25 4 3 R 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 I 0 3 ' 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 ' l \ 0 1 , 0 2 0 2 1 27 3 H 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 2 0 2 1 0 2 1 ' I 1 0 10 The Elks stayed perfect in the minors with a 6 to i win over K, of C. The Elks were led by the pitching and hitting of Charlie Scott, Elks Rogers McKemon Stiles Noble Scott Mosher Hebert — BrSeiir— -KreldmsL. AB 2 2 1 3- 3 1 3 --------- j- E 0 0 0 1 3 1 1 H 1 0 0 1 3 ' 1 0 \YOU DON'T HAVETO CLIMB AMOUNTMNTO GAIN ENLIGHTENMENT.” • ( The GFD was victorious over Agway, 4 to I, as Tons ^McLean led GFD with a hit and two runs Mann. McLean Gay Stewart AB R 2 0 3 2 3 Ö 2 0 s Ò 1 1 0 Wilson i tr 0 Nolan 2 0 0 Aldrich 2 O 0 Wilkinson 1 0 a Towne i ~ o r _ — M. Steindl 1 0 0 B. Steindl i i 0 Batchelder 0 0 0 Coulter 1 0 0 Osberg 0 1 „0 Totals Agway 20 4 2 Lynch 2 0 0 SneU 3 1 i Bikowsky 3 0 0 Bullard^ 2 0 0 Nickoloff 2 0 0 Grimes 2 0 0 Eads 0 0 0 Karp i 2 0 1 Mosher 1 0 0 McLeod 1. P Q Bonofant 1 0 0 Henderson 1 0 0 Totals Standings 20 1 2 . Majors • w L VFW 6 0 Local 3 3 Legion 2 4 Lions Minoré Ï 5- ? Elks 5 0 GFD . 2 3 Hof C ' 2 3 Agway 1 4 “0—0” 0 0 Brown 1 0 0 E.Seib 2 0 0 Greenfield • 1 0 0 Skellie - Î 0 0 totals 28 6 1 K. of C. Brophÿ 3 0 1 J. Morrison I 0 0 Johnson 1 0 Ö Fisher 3 1 1 Rudinger ' 3 0 1 Andrews 1 0 0 McKernon 2 0 Ü C. Morrison 3 0 1 Paul 1 0 0 Saunders ' 7. m 0 Kirk 1 Molisky 0 0 0 McPhail 1 0 0 Reigel I 0 0 Totals— -23L-4---4— C o s s a y u n a —1Racy McIntyre has been named to the dean’s Bst at Coblesldll ag and tech college. —Magnus Thygesen, Stanley Waite,, Leon Abrahamson and Bill Morrison spent the week end at Cedar Flow. —Bruce Hansen of Warren, N.J., is at his hqjne here. ‘—Mrs, Anna Upton spent several days. this week on a trip -with the senior citizens to Lan­ caster county, Pa. —Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Thygesen were guests of Mrs. Mildred Anderson of Cambridge Sunday night for supper. —Mr, and Mrs. Bari Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Clough and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gillis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lewis of South Glens Falls in honor of Tommy Lewis’ fourth birthday on Sunday. — ^r%Mrs„J)orothy._-Bfin-*.. jamin and son, Philip, of - “Babylon* L.I., came Thursday for her mother, Mrs. Edith Kimble of Washington, D.C., who has spent a few .weeks with her sister, Mis. EHa Smith. —Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barby of Florida are visiting her father, Leo Barton; —Paul Henry is a patient at the Mary < McClellan hospital, —Mrs. Helen Newcomb of Glens Falls spent the week end with hersister, TWrs7Ik)ttie Kelly, M e . and Mrs. John Cole of Ham­ burg returned home after spending a week with their Sister. ^ - T w m n w w m m savm v m t% m and a key toenlightenmen twill appear in your mailbox. The Consumer Information Catalog is put out by the fed­ eral Government, And it lists over 200 of their booklets that you can send away for. Most are free. And they can help you with things like how to buy a home, how to grow vegetables, how to deal with headaches, simple plumbing repairs artd many other everyday and HQt-so everyday problems. S.o if you wish to iearn about the mystic sensibilities of the' wayward ancients, put on your climbing gear. '. But. if yofl.wish to knedv about how to fix a leaky faucet, send for the catalog. Write: Consumer Information Center. Dept. A, Pueblo, Colorado 81(109. 4 catalog ofovcr 20 flhelpful publications. WASHINGTON COUNTY IUNIOR FAIR, INC. WASHINGTON COUNTV FAIRGROUNDS N. y. ROUTE 29 BETWEEN SCHUYLERVILLE And MIDDLE FALLS Saturday, June 18,1977 9 A Ml P M Exhibits » r . I N . Under Cover Admission $.75 - Children Free < Refreshments Available lo r Further Iniormatfon Gontact o R .D , 1, Fort Edward, N , Y. Tel, Robert I -Hi - ltnown tennis instructor, at Community c offer an ad course for eif starting Jun( coursewill be 29^30 and Jtil and 13. All cle from 6 to 8 p ’ Mr. Harri —returned fron of his play< national toui Scottsdale, Ai : In case of ! the classes v indoors. ' The classes i . beginners, ii ! and advance« ! of both single ‘ lea play . i Pre-registri I quired as cla J limited in siz } Anyone wis ; information i . office of servi I at Adirondacl college. Wi H e t —Mr , and Callaway e members of 1 board of the serration so picnic a|. - Following • slides, of , J drawings of grist mills, bl harness gh. --schools, ch -•* homes of \ were ider shown. Mai btdrdings lor drawn . eni memory mal ’ \ lection. of • valuable ree Westliebro; and -•>, —John an •. haVe~ been s “week with j parents, Mi Willard Bair l|t parents, Mi .) ! Allan Bain, ville. —Saturda the Sunday of the United church will b St-; Catherin —-O n Tue: June 21, M hood will United P church. —Couple ’““meet \ on T ning, Jiine 2 of Sir!, and Coldwell. —Mr. an FUnt o f Del! , of a son, , seph, born I 'l* Í V Û Ï f.’i •. Of HCtf: Tltru. Tues.— FrOmDusk Wkatthcy ‘ will «ho Whattlicyck ksaakv - 2nd Excltthg i # r ( ' :

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