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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, July 21, 1977, Image 11

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—Rev. KatiéMcNeill of Cavendish, Vt., will be guest speaker at thè 11 a.m, service ,at thè talee- ville Baptist church on Sunday, Juty 24, -Stanley Wicks is thè oigaalst, —'thè Lakeville Baptist Missionarv society will —The Cossayuna men will hold a painting bee this Saturday, July 23, at the firehotise startitte at 8:30 a.m. \ —Mr. and Mrs. Allen Petterson attended the wedding Saturday of of nursing school meet Friday, July 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Ruth Calhoun. Mary Fer­ guson is in charge of the program.. _ —On Tuesday, July 26, at 7:30 p.m. the annual Just-A-Mere club picnic will be held at the home of Anna Upton. Members are asked to take table service and a dish to pass. _ Rolls and beverage will be furnished St. George’s church. — M r s . A b r a h a m Krantz of Kingston, Pa., past Anna ORDER . YourMetlvent Chimney System Early Welnstall Professionally Route 40 South Argyle Tel. 638-8950 Tues., Thurs., Sat. 10*5 Thenursing graduation for the students o f the Mary McClellan hospital schoçl of practical nursing and Mrs, Robert Ûpton of ’’will be held at 8 p.m. on Elm Grove, W. Va., spent Friday evening, July 29, àt the Cambridge United Presbyterian church. This is the lasl^graduation for the school which opened in 1962 and has been centered in the Florence Nightingale home on the hospital grounds. The school is-being closecldue to new state department of health regulations which make compliance for the hospital imprac­ tical. The guest speaker will be Ralph R- Betts of PHOTOGRAPHY BY BICE . GALLAGHER Special Effects Double Exposures Multiple Images 18*1055.95 Offer ends Jiily 15 WEDDINGS {fours 9 to4—Closed Suns. ' For information * call 692-7021 several days week with Mrs. Upton. —Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brousseau of Camden Valley have moved into the Evans' house. —Roy Bodkin returned hom efrom •'U se Mary McClellan hospital on Monday. He was a sur­ gical- patient. —Mr. and Mrs. Mere-.., dith McNeil of Cobleskill are parents of a daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, bom July 5. Meredith is the son of Mrs. Millie McNeil and the late James McNeil. —Mr. and Mrs. Thom­ as Fifield of Plattsburgh spent the week end with their sister, Mrs. Lottie Kelly. —Mr. and Mrs. Alf - ’ T’hygesen spent the week end in Pearl River as gu§sts of Mr. and Mrs. K. Pettersen. —Marnie Calhoun of W a r r e j is b u r g , a f t e r spending the past week with heif grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cal­ houn, returned-home on\ Sunday. A doctor exanjmed a very pretty new patient carefully then smiled. \Mrs. Williams, I've got good netv-s (or you'—The patient »id, \Par­ don roe. Doctor: its MISS Wil­ liams.\ “Oh,\ said the doctor “Well. Mist William», I’ve got bad item for you.\ EXPERT SHARPENING Saws - Knives^- Scissors,- Mowers — All Tools R & D SHARPENING SERVICE , ^ Jm fc n tM m Cpfo , f , „ Cambridge, N . 1 12816 Ralph Crosier - Prop.- Phone 877-2488 —Mr. and Mrs. Mau­ rice Woodard-visited her - sister in Milton, Vt.,. on Sunday. They went by ferry across' L^ke~ Cham­ plain and visited her ’father at his camp at Saranac. —Mrs. Helen Toomey, Bradley and Mrs. A.J. Day spent Tuesday with Mrs. Bertha Andrews and daughter, Doris, in Lanes- * boro, Mass. —Mrs. Eva Clark was a • Sunday afternoon visitor of Mrs. Vivian Jablowsld , in Argyle and enjoyed a drive through parts of Vermont. ■ —Mrs. Joyce Brown of Hartford with Kris Day, \Mary and Martha Brown, were callers Sunday after­ noon of Mrs. A.J. Day. The girls were ett route to Hebron camp for two week vacation. —Roy Smith' returned home Friday from the Glens.Falls hospital. —Mr. and Mrs. Joe Velanson have returned home, after their vacation touring the southern states. Journal Stationers 108 Main Street. Greenwich J u l y S a l e . . « S a v e 4 0 % R y t e x H a n d C r a f t V e l l u m , N o w Regularly $12.00. Thè luxurious, damask-smooth personalized stà- - tionèry you'll use with pride. Choose the paper size and cotór that suits your writing taste. Select Princess (5% x 7%) or Monarch (Vh x 1G7/a) size in white, pale blue or soft grey. Choice of imprint Styles as shown -wiHL or MC) printed in deep blue, dark grey or raspberry red Irik. Beauti­ fully gilt boxed: 100 printed sheets & 100 matching envelopes. Bonus: 50 extra, unprìnted sheets for second pages, $2.00 with order. í Journal Stationers Box Ï Î Î , Greenwich, N . V . 12834 ! Send«« . boxes «AND CRAFT VEUUM @ $£95. 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Betts Is a former administrator of the Mary McClellan hoqpitaE:,'~1wr was administrator when the nursing school Was organized under the direc­ tion of Mrs- Margaret Felmly .of Salein, who is now on the faculty of Adirondack Community college. He is also & former adm inistrate of Leonard, hospital in 'Eroy with which the school is affiliated, - -jGardnet _B..„C.ulliman, executive director of-the hospital, will 'present the diplomas. Mrs. Eleanor lavameway, director of the school, will .also take part in the graduation. Parents and friends of the gratduates, former students, hospital staff and ^personnel and the general public are invited to the graduation. Rummage sale set for August The Woman's Auxiliary of the Mary McClellan hospital will have a rummage sale at the Brieman building of the Cambridge United Pres­ byterian church on August 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Co-chairmen are Mrs. John A. Hampton and Mrs. Eugene. Sunderlin. There should be some­ thing to Interest evep'one, and the public is invited to visit the sale*' proceeds' of, which the auxiliary Uses to purchase equipment for the hospital. A new feature this year is called Fill a Bag for $1.00, which means the customer m ay fill a bag from selected merchan­ dise and pay $1 for the bag rather\ than paying separately for each item. At the sale there will b e a book and record table and a treasure table. A food sale will be held on the church lawn in conjunc­ tion with the rummage sale. Articles of furniture are being solicited from auxil­ iary members and anyone else willing to donate Heavy items, will be picked up if anyone needs it. Those having» such item s may call Mrs. Hampton or Mm. Sunder­ lin. Items for the sale may be left now in the bam of the Raymond Shorts on East Main street. On August 3, 4 and 5 donations may be taken to the Brieman building from 9 aum, to Boon when willing ■workers will be readying items for the sale. GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, July 21,1977 SALEM PRESS P a g e » ' -!W< D a w n M o r r i s o n w e d s G r e g o r y J e s k i e Miss Dawn Marie Mor­ rison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrison- of South Cambridge, and Gregory James JesKie, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jeskie Sr. o f Eagle Bridge, were united in marriage on Saturday,' July 16, at St. Patrick's church in-Cambridge. The Rev. Joseph Getz ' of­ ficiated at the 4 p.m. ceremony. Baskets of assorted flowers-decorated the church. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a white silk organza gown with appli­ ques of venise lace and pearls. Her imported il­ lusion mantilla fell from a Caxnelot cap of venise lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of daisies ajid pink baby roses with blue ribbons. Mrs. Beth Wolff of South ‘Cambridge, as matron of honor, wore a baby blue gown of dotted swiss trimmed with lace. Her picture hat was adorned with matching ribbons mid she carried a bouquet of daisies and blue mums. Miss Cindy Kozioi and Miss Sandy McMahon, Then ihrrr « the «•** of the t retrr who fmmd the chiiLen cw*v tilled with tfjP ot cvrtv color ot the rain­ bow The me«er tnok one tail at the «lulling sight and ran «night out nl the ■xip r and kilted thr pra fort CARDOPTHANKS I want to thank Mends, neighbors, the Easton= Greenwich Rescue squad and fellow workers for their help; also Drs. Romack, Rice and Villa- fuerte and the staff at the Mary McClellan hospital for their excellent care following the accident. It was really appreciated. Frederick W. Hunt CARDS OF THANKS Í woiiid like to thank everyone for their kind­ ness and remembrances during tny hospitalization and since nay return home. Many thanks also to the nurses and doctors at the Mary McClellan hospital, also thè Easton- Greenwich Rescue squad. Phyllis Wilbur CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all who helped with Hebron day, Mae Douglas for his talk, Al and Kathy Bain for entertainment, and as M.C. by Al, donations of food, firemen and women who worked, Grangers for use of hall, etc., U.P church for parking and Use of equipment, all of which made a successful CARD OF THANKS X would like to thank my many Mends, neighbors and relatives ifpr their thoughtfulness while I was a patient at Maty McClellan hospital. The many cards received helped pass the time. Special thanks to those who afforded transportó^ tioñ for my wife on her. inany errands. Last but not least, thanks for-the good care of the doctors and nurses at the hospital! Ted Stanley CABJHJF THANKS I wish to thank all who remembered me with ' prayers, visits, gifts and ’ Cards while I was a patient Jti ;the Glens Falls hos­ pital; arid to the Argyle Emergency squad, the ' ministers who visited me ~]and the doctors and gu ises on the First Floor The 135-member board of directors of Health Systems agency of North­ eastern New York ap­ proved northeastern New York’s first health sys­ tems plan by a nearly unanimous vote July 11 following a public hearing at the Saratoga Springs BOCES center. The five- year plan includes recom­ mendations for the forma­ tion of a one-year study group to review the maternity consolidations proposed for seven area hospitals. Albin Nelson of Green­ wich, HSA/NENY presi­ dent, said “ Approval of a health systems plan for the area is a major contribution, to the de­ velopment of health care resources in the region. As the framework within ( which the health system will b& developed over the write this plan,” th&y spokesman explained. The health systems plan is a five-year plan for area . 5, the-17 counties stretch-. . ing froui Clinton county ii). the north, to Columbia*/ Delaware and Greene-, counties on the southerly . boundary. It sets goals • and objectives for, all- health care services and-, facilities and for the-, improvement of the health*. • of area residents to be. achieved by 1982. Th&w- parts of the health system . , included in the long-range... . plan are acute care, ambulatory care, long­ term care and mental hygiene. The agency'jg? recently releasecf~draft obstetric and newborn services plan is part of the ‘ ' ' health systems plan for the area, ' **» Also approved was an annual im p lem entation. coming years,’* he s ta ted p . plan which s p e c i f i c ^ West Hebron Volunteer Fire Company South. Mrs . Viola Story both of \Cambridge were “bridesmaids. John Christensen of Cambridge served as best man and the ushers were Fred Paterson atod Walt Brown. - . _ The reception was held at the Shagwood room of the Carious Cat, The couple are planning a future trip to Phoenix,. Arizona. They are living ‘' om English road in Cam’ bridge. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jeskie are graduates of Cambridge central school. Pre-nuptial parties were given by the bride’s aunt, Mrs, Thomas McGarry of Holyoke, Mass.,, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ketchum in Greenwich, and by the bridal party at the home of MEr. and Mrs* Kepneth Aiken. L o c a l s —The administrative board of the local church will hold a meeting on Monday, July 28, at 8 p.m. —Several residents of this community partici­ pated in the annual flower show sponsored by the Cambridge-Area branch of the WNF&GrA at Cambridge last week end. —The combined service of the circuit churches will be held July 24 .at 9:30 a.m. at thé Eagle Bridge United MethoBst church with Rev. Harry Êurdess, pastor. -T h e grange picsac will be held at Shields’ pavilion oil Sunday, July 24, at 1 p.m. The CWA will provide the rolls, beverage and dessert. Everyone is asked to take a covered dish. — P l e a s a n t V a lley grange will sponsor a public card party on July 26 at 8 p.m. *at their hall. At the last party ten tables were in play With Mir. and Mrs. Phil Jones on com­ mittee. The following re- ceved awards: Women’s high, Edith Sinith; sec- . ond, Marian Miles; men’s high, John Lebandowski; second, Carl Morrison; special, Adelaide Clark and Ken Noteman. • — P l e a s a n t V a lle y grange met July I f with Master Ernest Trinkle •presiding. The theme of thé program was Lend a Helping Hand ind opened • with a thexne poem. Everyone joined in an alphabet quiz and a farm game.. Marriage statistics were read so everyone could find if they were helping hands. The an­ nual chicken barbecue vdll be held Saturday* July 30 at the hall with servings starting at 4:<}0 p.m. Tickets are On salë from members and a limited . number will be available at the dooh ‘the plan is a critical part of the health care system and an important guide for rational development of resources. “ It is a product of the effort and commitment of many volunteer^ working to charter a course for the-' future of that system through long range plan­ ning and short range activity,” Mr. Nelson said. The plan was de­ veloped by the residents of the area and “repre­ sents a consensus of health care consumers and providers about the direction which is most desirable for that system. 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