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...... .Ir. ... - Florida choir GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday,' June 16,1977 ' SALEM PRESS Page 7 Church restores School to sponsor organ The complete overhaul- ing and renovation of the Organ at the First United Presbyterian church is’ practically finished. Tfie organ was pur­ chased and installed in May, 19C10 and the pur­ pose of this renovation was to restore the organ to its\ original condition. It was riot staying in tune and since it had never had a complete overhauling the church voted to engage the Berkshire Organ company of West Springfield, Mass., to do the work. W h en d ism a n t led , numerous cracks were found in both wind chests. Marine plywood has been used to prevent further cracking and a humidifier installed at expense above the original estimate. The cost has now totaled about $8,100. The instrument ,is a Felgemaker tracker action organ. The mechanical pipe organ works with thin pieces Of wood running from the keys to the wind-ciiest to produce sound. After 76 years of being used, the inside was so dirty it did not play properly or produce sound to its fullest capacity. An extensive cleaning was done to bring back its original quality. Bill Shaw is going to re-stencil the pipes of the facade to the original desip. The organ is-currently appraised at $40,000. There have been only three organists since 1900, although several people\ have' substituted for very short periods. Mrs. Paul Hedges was LEG A L NOTICE NOTICE New York State Electric & Gas Corporation has filed to become effective June 17. 1977, subject to acceptance by the Public Service Commis­ sion, revisions <o its General information schedule PSC No. 90 - Electricity. These revisions are - being made pursuant to the Commission's order issued May l(j. 1977 in Case 26(91.1 which relates to minimum insulation standards for residential construction of buildings as a precondition for electric service. Tills changes the Certificate of Compliance as originally filed to tecome effective June 1 ,. 1977. the revised fqrmat provides ..a two-part Certifi­ cate. Part (A) is entitled '■Preliminary Certificate of Compliance\ and Part (B) is entitled \Finai Certificate of Compliance“ . Part (A) now includes the following state­ ment: *'It is further under­ stood tfiat 1 am required to submit a Final Certificate of Compliant to New York State Electric &^pas Corporation at the time U occupancy.** Part (A) nftsst be signed by the builder or contractor. For MI details of the revised tariff schedule, refereneerrnay be made to the complete copy on file at the Corporation's offices. NBW YORK STATE e I e c t r i c & CORPORATION 5-26! 6~2. 16 organist in .IflflQ, then Mrs. , Alexander Fisher served for 47 years and in 1959 turned the position ovej* to ’’Mrs. ï)uanè Flower, The.-congregation has two talented-youmg men who have keen interest in the pipe organ: Bill Shaw, the artist and Rodney Moore, the organist. The emy music «department is sponsoring a Community Summer band. Anyone who plays or has played an instrument is welcomes to participate. — The rehearsal schedule \ is-listed below. Rehearsals will be from 7 to 9 p.m. at the high school. If anyone has any questions, they • may contact Mrs. Cold- well evenings or Mr* Steves. Rehearsals: July 6, 13, 20, 27; August 3, 10; concert, August 14. to sing The 42 voice Kirk Singer choir of First Presbyterian ehurchr Fort Lauderdale, Fla., will fee leading the worship serv- 'ice at the West Hebron United Presbyterian church this Sunday, June 19. The service begins at 11 a.m. and all who wish to participate in the in area Sheriff reports on month of May GAS —Brian Ellis spent the week end at laconia and Lake Winnipesankee in New Hampshire, as a guest of his sister, Brid- gett, and Keith Harvey of Schenectady. —The Revs. Nick and Terry TeBordo spent Thursday with his par­ ents, Mr. -and Mrs. Edmund TeBordo. —Ted Barkley attended the Washington county postmaster meeting held in Whitehall last Thurs­ day. —The M e thodist church is holding their annual strawberry supper this Saturday, June 18, starting at 5 p.m. until all are served. —Mr. and Mrs. Leon­ ard Welsh o f Clifton Park were Saturday visitors of his mother, Mrs. Nancy Welsh. —St. Paul’s will hold a. food sale in Burton hall starting at 11 a.m. on Friday, June 17. The Thrift shop will also be open all day. —Thfc -children's choir* taught and~Hii:ected by Mrs. John Lundgren made its first appearance at the First Eresbyterian 'church On June 12. Théÿ sang the anthem Creature Praise with accompanying motions. —Mrs. Stella Shaw accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ballentine and family o f South Argyle to Forestdale, Vt., where they attended the 60th, anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Cary. -Mrs.Leland Sherman Sr. was admitted to the Mary McClellan hospital on Tuesday, ' —Traci Whiting has returned to her home in Glens Falls after spending a week with her great­ grandmother, Mrs. Jean­ ette Brown, and her great aunt, Miss Lura Mc­ Kinney. —The following v&ere here to attend the funeral Of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Liza Barkley: Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Shaw* Mr. and Mrs. Robert’ Taylor and, Waterbury, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Balogh and family of Derby, Conn. While here they visited Mrs. Stella: Shaw and Eggie Shaw. —Mrs. EllaAbramshas returned to her home from Now York city after being a patient in the Mt. Sinai hospital. Fairley to take course Just Arrived in time for Father’s Day A Fide Selection of #I0RT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTSfTEE SHIRTS, BRIEFS, ' BOXER SHORTS, KNIT TEE SHIRTS In All Colors Forapractical gift a full line ©rwcwrlt eTotTies. JEANS, lEAIiS, JEANS Straight Legs and llaies Salem Selected for instruction in ‘ the communications electronics field at Kees- ler APB, Miss., after completing basic training at Lackland AFB; Tex., is AinBan Richard R. Fair­ ley, son- of Mrs* Patricia B. Fairley-of Salem, During the six weeks ,at Lackland, the airman studied the' Air Force mission, organization and eust'dferand received special instruction, in hu- i man relations. Completion ofthis trainingeamed the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree thro _ the Community college ol “the Air Force. -------- , Airman Fairley gradu atecf frQin Washington . Academy., Children attend —Gpra Casey is in the AlbMy— Medical Center improving very well. —Alice Stewart is boarding presently at the Salem Nursing home. • , —John A. Rea and Dorothy Loveland are in the Mary McClellan hos­ pital at Cambridge. —Ruth King and Edythe Buck will he in Lancaster, Pa-, four days learning thè ways of the Amish people. -T /Sgt. John P. Reilly and wife and sons of San Angelo, Texas, and Keyin J. Reilly of Denver, Colo., will spend their vacations ' with their parents, Mary and Jack Reilly of West Broadway. Music pupils graded O ------- - ----- - - - - - - - On Saturday, June 4, the following music stu­ dents from Salem, par­ ticipated in the NYSSMA competition festival in Guilderland and received • these ratings: Lorraine Schroeder, flute, 6B; Betsy Ashton* _ darinet, 6B; Debbie 0 ,Neittr~elar~'-‘ met, 6B; Carol Shaw, flute, 4A; Lucy Steele, flute, 4A; Annette Mc­ Cauley, flute; 4A; Lynne Fleming, saxophone, 4B; Jeanette Losee, saxo­ phone, 4B; Debbie O’Neill, vocal,-5B; Debbie O’Neill, piano, 6A. story r Seventeen pre-scho6l- . ers were enrolled in the Storys Time •program during the months of < March, April and May at the Bancorft Public li­ brary. Michelle Reynolds and Bonnie Roche had perfebt attendance while «even missed only two sessions* Mrs. Catherine McEach- Final days at school are near Final exams' will be given at Salem .central school on the days of June . 16,17, 20, 21, 22 and 23. Local exams and re­ gents will be given on June 16, 17» 20, and 21. June 22 and 23 will be used to give make-up exams and basic com­ petency exams to some students. Morning exams will begin at 8:30 a.m. and afternoon exams at 12:15 s ron, librarian, expresses her appreciation to' the follow ing readers: Mesdames Mary Conety, Sara Jane Cormier, Ruth Cowan, Frances Dillon, Janet Fronhofer, Judy Jackson, Sue Jolly, Elea­ nor Lourie, Donna Mac- Neil and Kay Russell and Misses Veleda Duby and Mary Maxwell. A summer program called Summer Sizzler for boys and girls ages 4-11 will begin on Wednesday afternoon, July 6 at 1:30 p.m. with four films concerning the farm: Fine Feathers, Foolish Frog, Rosie's Walk and Big Red Bam. Storybook charac­ ters, films on nature; programs on farms, fish and fables will be part of •the Summer Sizzler pro­ gram Also, during the sum­ mer, a reading program, Mysterious Monsters, will be held. Children having completedjkst grade up through ■grade 6 may enroll in the program. Further information is available at the library. worship service are wel­ come. The Kirk Singer choix is composed of a talented group of young people from the 3,000 member Fort Lauderdale church. The group is organized for the major purpose of developing musical talent, Christian character, and providing an ^outlet.. of. expression of their Chris­ tian faith through music. West Hebron is the third stop on their concert tour of the ■ Northeastern United States and Canada. On Sunday eve-- ning they will be partici­ pating in the Baccalau­ reate service for the graduating seniors of Salem W a s h ington Academy. —Miss Jill Herrington and'-friend, Tom Man- fredo, of Wappingers FaHs spent the last week end with Mrs. Helen Herrington and Merritt. Miss Herrington is a granddaughter of Mrs. Herrington. —Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Pratt, and Mr. and Mrs. \Stanley“Totimans visited Mrs. Vera Perrin in the Albany Medical Center hospital last Sunday. —Lotan Mosher has been moved from Mc­ Clellan hospital to Sunny- view in Schenectady for treatment. The country with the most dentists in the world is the U.S, with about 118,0001 Sheriff Clyde M. Cook reports the following ac-, tivities by his department during May. Criminal: Calls received 189, crimes reported and investigated 85-, arrests made 29, motarvehicla Council to suggest baby plan The Lake Champlain- Lake George Subarea council of Health Systems agency of Northeastern New York will meet on Tuesday, June 21, at 7 p.m. in the court room, Essex county office build­ ing, Elizabethtown. The public is invited to attend the meeting, where the council will\determine its final recommendation on the draft obstetric and newborn services plan for the area. The council, which in­ cludes représentatives of Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Warren and Washington counties, serves in an advisory capacity in the develop­ ment of a health care plan for the 17-county area of New York which extends from Columbia and Green counties to the Canadian border. It provides an Albany-based, federally- designated agency wife information on local needs for all types of health services. accidents 29, vehicle and traffic tickets issued, 243. Court attendance: fam­ ily court 64 hours, su­ preme court 8 hours, county county 56 hours. Pistol permit process- ingL. permits issued 12, amendments issued 17, duplicates issued, 3. . Jail institution: Pris­ oners admitted 49, aver­ age daily population 26, inmate meals served 2415, cost of food $1727.56, cost of utilities,-medicines, etc. ’ $1365.06, cost o f housing, other jails $797.64^ Other: P r e m ises checked. 159, premises posted 2, mutual aid fires 4. Civil department: Fam­ ily court summons served 46, civil summons .served 77 . income and property executions served 27, sheriff’s sale, value SI 750, 1. Receipts for month SI 1.182.85; paid to county treasurer $2,612,69, paid to attorneys $5,750.16, bail $2,720, fine $100. Transportation: Doctor, Salem .1, dentist, Salem 2, Mary McClellan hospital 2, local justice courts 11,„ county court, Hudson Falls 14, other agencies 8, Warren county jail 4, Dannemora 4, Elmira reception center 2. Both tho giraffe and the camel can close their nostrils a t will. p.m. Studentsjin grades 7-12 -need. be in, attendance ------- only if they have an exam, review class, or other On June 16, 17, 20, and 21 a shuttle bus will leave school at about 10:15 to take the morning exam students home. On June 22 ele­ mentary students will be dismissed at 12:45 and on June 23 at 10 a.m. Bus runs will be made at these times only. On all other exam days elementary students will attend a regular session. On Friday, June 24 at 9 a.m. graduation rehearsal will be held. No bus transportation will be pro­ vided. Seniors will pick up their report cards at this ' time. All other report cards for students in grades 7-11 will be mailed home. Parents are reminded that students must fulfill all obligations such as money owed» library books returned, and all text books turned in or paid for before report cards will be issued. Historical group puts off June meeting T8e June meeting of the Washington county His­ torical society, ^scheduled for Saturday, June 18 at the United Protestant church of Fort Ann, has been postponed until Sat­ urday, June 25. Lunch will he served at 12:30 p.m. Reservations were to have been made by June 15, The meeting program on History 'of Education — School Books, by Dr. Carlyle Hoyt, and an exhibit of pictures..M,.Kane.’s Falls and a Revolutionary saw­ mill. T o u r D o d g e D e a l e r ’s g o t w h a t i t t a k e s t o m a k e a b e l i e v e r o f y o u . it’s clo s e e n o u g h to th e e n d o f th e m o d e l y e a r t h a t w e 'r e r e a d y to a c c e p t offers w e m ig h t h a v e turned d o w n earlier in the y e a r . Y e t t h e r e ’s 's tffl tim e to g e t ju s t th e A s p e n y o u w a n t . , . e q u ip p e d th e w a y y o u w a n t i t . „ . from ou r b ig s e l e c t i o n . T o g e t t h e A s p e n y o u ’ v e b e e n d r e a m in g about. . . lo r less t h a n y o u ’d djjeam . . . le t y o u r D o d g e D e a l e r m a k e ^ a b e lie v e r o u t o f y o u right n o w . •%OOUCT W . CHXum COMOMnOM The average América» eats 1/2 ton of cheese during a lifetime. R .D ., Route 22 Salem, N. Y. *>. i ■«* '

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