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7\ 4 4 ii *to¡! Í-J- >>****;*>*■■*** í., i i t- ***•>» oi»^v»u>»v Si i '» Ì« ( c- ► > 1 V * .- i- GREENWICH JOURNAL Page 14 SALEM PRESS Thursday, June 16,1977 t A Complete Line of Módem* & Efficient Wood Burning Stoves & Accessories i f Floats.bicvcles WASHINGfÖK COUNTY lNDE£NO,8365B •■ ÑÚTICEQFSAtE FARMERS PRODUCTION CR TOIT ASSOCIATION 0£ I With Professional Installations 'g # ... ROUTE 40 SOUTH ARGYLE NEW YORK 12809 1 1 518-638-8950 I liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiinïiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiü »> On Mohday, June 6, the Argyle central school ’stage band, under the direction of Robert La- Eera, participated in the 11th annual capitaldistrict jazz festival held at the Burnt“ Hills-Ballston Lake school;- - .... - - -v.-. . The Argyle stage band, which formed only three years ago, received two . standing -ovations at the festival^ one after Ed Kuba’s trumpet solo, Hey Jude, and one at the completion of their final number. Applause was also given for solos by Lynn Deptola, saxophone; Tom. Foster, trombone, and Michael VanAlstyne, drums, during Water­ melon Man. Bands performing were -from Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Berne Knox, Bishop Gibbons, Cahtolie -Gib­ bons, Catholic Central, Linden, Shaker High and Mont Pleasant. . AM schools participat­ ing, except Beme Knox, were much larger schools, but no school received as much applause response as Argyle. Argyte .American ' Le- yp r i z e n ^ ^ n M ^and ED ’ S SEAFOOD O F G L E N S FALLS will ftave \ \ a SEAFOOD TRUCK in GREENW ICH on SATURDAY, JU N E 13 . | LOCATION: Parking Lot of Green Acres Tavern| HOURS: 11 A .M , TO 3:30 P.M . - FILLETS — SCALLOPS - SHRIMP J CTAMS- LOBSTER TACbS * For special orders of any of oar 60 Varieties of Fresh or ; [ Frozen Seafood items for pickup fromour truck, caB Glens ‘ ’ Falls 792-6126 up 'til 10 A.M. Saturday Morning, Alumni reservations wanted by June 1 7 The Argyle Alumni association banquet and. annual meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m., Satur­ day, June. 25 at the Hawk-eye Tnn.' ' Alumni officers are: president, Eileen C. Jack­ son; first vice-president, LeRoy - Nichols? second vice-president, Richard McClenhing; secretary, Bernice.M acW horter; Reservations' may be made until June 17, by contacting Mrs, Depew. treasurer, pew-. Kathleen De- Cited by ACC David. Shapiro of Ar­ gyle, a certificate program student at Adirondack Community college, was recognized for outstand­ ing scholarship during the spring semester. A G W A Y gion post 1518 will hold their annual July Fourth parade on July 4, The theme for thè floats will be the GoodOldJDays. All organizalro&s are Iff- vited to participate; ^THi^oàFFrizés wìiìbe: first prize, $25; second, $15; and third $10. The bicycle prizes will be: first Photo contest The Friends of the Library will sponsor a photography contest on August 19, A box will be on display at the library for those who wish to, enter the^ contest. _ The prints for tHe coritest can be black and white, color or a slide. Those entering should put their-pieture-or-sBde-in-arr envelope which has; their . EASTERN ;W M f O S K r A United-States^Corporation, .„.Kayirig -its #jncipa 1 office at Regional, Market; Menands, Albany Sew York LlsG At NOTICE K runs thence South 2°30’ West . yi chains and 40 links to the center of Street Road; thence • south 86°15’ East-15 chains; thence South 78*40“ Bast 3 chains 92 links; thence North 87°50’ East 15’ East 3 chains .92 links; then North 87°S0’ third $2. Anyone wishing to make donations to the Argyle American Legion parade-fund rnay- send’ a check to the Legioh or contact.one&f.the-mem-' bers. . . The public is invited to the ‘North Argyle Com­ munity church on. Sunday, June 19 a t 8 p.in. to view « science film entitled City of the'Bees. The film tells how to understand the language of bees, It has taken over 10 years of work, with specially designedphotc* graphic eqüiprhentfor thé. Moody instituteof science staff to obtain the footage upon which CitV of the Bees is based. • A free will offering will-, name and address printed. . on the front of it. Picturer,^ e tateri ^ i he service* can be pickedrup after-the- - contest is over» at the library. The deadline date for entries is August 19, Friday. Judging will take place August 30. This is open to the public. LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NEW YORK - SUPREMECOURT^ COUNTY 0FWASH1NGTON INBEXmS389B FARMERS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION OF EASTERN NEW YORK, a United States Corporation - having Its principal office at . Regional Market. Menands, , Albany. New York I Plaintiff, * -against- ’ t HAROLD G< HAFNER and JOAN B. HAFNER, his wife, bath residing in the Town of Fort Ann, Washington County. New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Rro. ___ 871» U.S. Court House and Fédérât Bldg., 100 South Clinton St.. Syracuse. N.Ÿ. 13202; AGWAY, INCOR­ PORATED, a Delaware Cor­ poration. having a place of business at East Ann Street, Fort Ann. New York, and MARINE MIDLAND BANK, a banking corporation having its principal office at 125 Wolf Road; Albany, New York Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE Plaintiff, •against* DEL-GlNA STABLES COR­ PORATION, S Larkspur Drive,' West Islip, New York, ■-RICHAR&-'PARAVATE,-50- FleetsporT Drive, West - BabylonvNew-York, HORAC-E f. TRIMARCHI, 5 Larkspur Drive, West Islip, New York, FEDERAL LAND BANK OF SPRINGFIELD, MASSA- CHUSETTS, 67 Hunt Street, Agawatn,' ■ Massachusetts, W J . ROURKE ASSOCIATES. Saratoga Road, South Glens Falls. New York and MARINE MIDLAND BANK, Argyle, Nevi York Defendants, fai pursuance of Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly made and entered in the above entitle# action, bearing \date the 8 th day of June, 1977. I, the undersigned, the referee in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction at the ' Washington County Court ' House. Building (Fjjgt Floor), Main Street,' Hudson Falls, . New York, on the 11th day of July, 1977 at teno'clockin the forenoon of. that ■ day» the premises described by said judgment, to be sold and --thwein-described as followsr - ALL THAT PIECE’ OR PARCEL OF LAND, conveyed to Helen Brown Kelly by Jos-eph Brown by deed dated the 2nd day of June, 1969, which wa$ recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County of Washington on the 5th day of June, 1969, in Book 416s of Deeds at page 543, described as follows: . “*THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Town of Argyle, aforesaid, and Lamb going to Boys’ State Kenneth Lathb, son of Mr. Mrs. 'William *0W|* W Argyie, a.oresaio, ana has .been, «elected- isltn^imd distinguished by represent Schuylemlle town lots number eighteen, high school a t the Boys* State to. be held '-this summer. * -Kenneth, a junior at Schuylerville, is a Na­ tional Honor society mem* ber and has achieved thé honor of highest class ' average in grade 9,10 and It.'He has participated in football, basketball and. wrestling and has been a member o f the Math League team. ___ Next year, Ken plans to take math, and physics courses” at Skidmore. In pursuance of Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duty -madeand enteredin-thfijibaye entitled action, bearing date the 8 th day of June, 1977, I, the undersigned, the referee in said Judgment named, will selT St public auction .atTHe Washington County Court- House Building (First Floor), Main Street, Hudson Falls, New Y«k, ea the 19th day of July, 1977 at ‘ten o*clock4ft-tlte forenoon of that day, the Obituary ESTHER MEALEY The death o f M iss’ Esther 0. Weôley, 92» occurred Sunday, June 12* at Saratoga county in*** firmary, Ballston Spa» after a long illness. Services were conducted : Tuesday at Flynn Brothers Funeral home and at the Church of the Visitation «here a Mass of Christian- Burial' v m \célebTâted' b y \ Jhe Rev* James- E. Toole, pastor. ïntènrient was in St, Mary’s cemeteiy. , Born Àugüst 2S, 1884, in Schuylerville, M iss ^ ^ ^ - i - S t S M Ä E - Collough Mealey;, She was % Up reg. $225.95 lava $40.00 • compact system has no tank, no house, np pit. no air charger! Whole system can be held in your two handsl • constant eity-like water pressure and volume • moré economical to Buy, to use and to install (E4-0t>28.29) .Judgment to be sold and therein described as follows: ALL THAT PIECE^QR PARCEL OF LAND, situate, lying and being in the Town of Fort Ann, Washington Coun­ ty, ftew York, bounded and » described as follows! COM­ MENCING the Southwest comer of a lot of land formerly owned by William H. Hauck á t . a post on the East side of the Highway leading frottt Port Ann Village to Hudson FàïfS; proceeding thence South along the said highway fóüí tods; proceeding thence East ten rods to a stake; proceeding ' thence North four rods to* i 8 retired as cashier from the Greenwich office of ill* agâra Mohawk . Corpor­ ation. She was a member of the 25-year dub of the corporation.' ' Miss Mealey was a communicant of the Church of the Visitation ■ and a ' member of - the ' Rosary society of the church. She was also a member of Court’Stella Mafis 396, Catholic Daughters o f America. Surviving are a nieçe, -, nineteen and twenty, and k part of the street and is botsndcd foliowst BEGIN- 'N1NG at .the. northeast corner of lands formerly in the possession (sic) of Thomas McFadden. now in the pos­ session (sic) of Enos Har­ rington. and runs thence South I degree West 47.17 chains to the> find of a certain stone wall, th&n South 89° East 28.40 chains to a stake, then North t°20' East 46.50 chains to the ■south side of* the highway; then North 87° 40’ West 28.53 chains to the place of beginning, containing one hundred and thirty three acres, one quarter, and one red of land, The above are the sanie premises as described in a deed from Henry K. White and wife to Robert Barkley (the father of said Robert K. Baiklfcy, the party of the first pixt here in and willed to said Robt, K. by Ws t,aid father) said deed dated April 4,1849, recorded in Washington Coun­ ty Clerk’s Office April 4th, 18-49 in Book No. 20 of Deeds, pp 39S etc. Being all and singular the sarte lands and premises sold and conveyed by Robert K, Barkley and Char­ lotte L Barkley, his wife, to “Jshn McGeoch by dèéd dated April 1st, 1869, and recorded in Washington County Clerk’s Office at 2;30 P.M. in Book No.. 64 of Deeds at page 256 and of which said John McGeoch died seized and possesed (sic)\ (Correction is tirade hereby of the distances tit the above courses by the. changing of links to chains to correct tlie obvious error repeated ‘'’\in ' earlier convey­ ances of this parcel.) \ALSO all that certain otlier pièce or parcel ^f lahd situate, lying and being in the Town of Argyle aforesaid, and is part of à farm of land formerly owned by Alexander Taylor of sàid7~Àrgyleì de­ ceased, wjiich by. survey, ccnnffiènces at the South east corner of a part of said lot f&rmerly belonging to the heirs of James Carl deceased, and East r East .line of said Taylor s lot; then North 2*50’ East 22 chains 96 links to a stake; then North' 88°50’ West 34 chains 36 links to the place of beginning. Containing 79'A acres of land more or lessi) EXCEPTING AND r e ­ serving however from the ' lands and premises last above - described eight aa:?s_pMand more or less described in a certain Meed Hated May 28th, ¿913, executed by Alexander McGeoch and Agnes F. McGeoch to John R. Ketcham and recorded in Washington County Clerk’s Office June 27th, 1913 at 9 A.M. in Book No. 158 of Deeds at page 13. which deed see for a more full and particular description of the lands and premises -so- esempted and reserved.’’ Helen BrownKelly reserved a life estate in a portion of the above described premises, same being a fenced garden plot on the north side of Sweet Road,-said garden plot being 170 feet in .width, measured along the .northerly boundary of Sweet Road, and 20p feet in depth, said life estate being measured by the lives of the party of the first part, her husband, John L. Kel|y. and her father, Stephen \Gryezew- sky, or the survivor of them, excepting and reserving to Helen Brown Kelly from the premises transferred' herein the follflwLng parcel: ALL -THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND situate in the Town of Argyle. County of Washington, and State of New York described as beginning at a point in the Southerly boundary of Sweet Road which point of beginning lies South 88Q3$\ West a distance of 974.93 feet from the southwest corner of the 79*4 acre parcel above de­ scribed and whicl; point .of beginning, maried * with an' iron pipe set In the ground, lies approximately 1.800 feet westerly of New York Ro.ute 40; running from said point of beginning south 17a26*40'’ west a distance of 285 feet to , an iron pipe set in the ground for a corner; thence turning and running north 76*24* west a distance of275 feet to anlron pipe set in the groUhd for a corner; thence turning* and running North 17°26*40\ east a distance of285 feet to an iron pipe set in the ground for a corner 25 feet from the center line of the Sweet Road pavemenU thence turning and nmnng South 76°24' East along the southerly boundary of Sw«et Road a distance of 275 feet tò the point or place of beginning, containing 1.79 acres of land, more or less. ALSO - EXCEPTING AND RESERVING to the party of the first part, all thè right, title and interest in and to premises lying between the northerly boundary of the within de­ scribed and excepted paréeùf land and the center line of Sweet Road, subject to the rights, of the public and the Town of Argyle in and to said Sweet Road. Courses given being as the\ magnetic needle painted in February, 1973. As said premises are shown on ‘*Map_ of Lands of Helen Brown Kelly” which map made by Coulter & Mc­ Cormack, Licensed Land Surveyors, dated the 26th day -of February. 1973. Being the same premises conveyed By Helen Brown Kelly to Del Gi'nà Stables .Corporation by deed dated April 5, 1973 and recorded in the Washington County • Clerks Office on April 5, 1973 - in Book 43? of Deeds at page 30. THOMAS I. EASTWOOD. r e f f r p f CORBiETT AND MERCURÈ Attorneys for Plaintiff Office and P.O. Address: 70 Burgoyne Avenue Fort Edward, New York 12828 Telephone; (518) 747-0611 6-16. 23, 30; VI Greenwich post; proceeding thence Wes*^-^ - « . * Rieit;ewìez\ • : t , tenrods to the point or place o'f laid property S e s a m e as conveyed by^JugeìTe R,. Mttépie(wà, m % m ¿Jjf.» -„Qeriew-àtt^wife to Harold . ‘ flafter and Joan Hafner^y-^ Bi^lfewici^/ • - Deed dated April 24,1963 and recorded on April 25, 1963 in Book 388 of Deeds at page 232 in Washington County Clerk's Office. FRANCIS W. DeCAMittA, RÈFtìRÈE CORBETT AND MERCURE ' Attorneys for. Plaintiff . Office aiid P.O, Address: 70 Burgoyne Avenue j Fort Edward, New York l2828 felep.hone^i51&> 747-0611 6-16, 23, 30; 7-7 -“f Vé*eéttgh|ìt';: cil-- ÿ d e will Jüiiör'2lir,äi Itté . home“ o f Mis* Henry DeGroat. Mrs-. Bessie Bingham will be assistant hostess, ’~r v , < t -Jj f— « ► il j¡ * f- ■ liras «ttd Ntitsefe Aides needed for all shifts 7 to 3 to I litr'lj; W % Sate«y comiHensarate with experienee. ■ Bencnis liiClude pald hospitaUzatlon, sick time, holidays • Apply in writing. . Broadway, Fort Edward, N. Y. 12828 Art cqualopportunltyemploycr i > ! ^ ’ > « f « i !: • ► *

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