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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, August 11, 1977, Image 8

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n i' • ¿r -fc Í, 4 -O^ 4 ■ A ï./c î ^\v¿j ï'4 ;i 'Ts.: t : >e - 4• * j í í t g. Mormm Th e North Arg y le Com * rnunitÿ~çhtircb w il l h a v e vkcation Sibléschool the w e e k o f A u g u s t 15 through 1 9 at 7:30 p .m . to 9 p ,m . ' Classeswill b eteld for' ages 4 through adults. A nuiraery will be available. T ^ : cornmunitjr is in- * wtëd. ‘ Photo contest deadline î^ e ‘4 e à ^ e 031 sored by ihel Friends o f the Argyle Free library is August 19, Friday, from 9 a,m. until 1 J3.m,.. There is no age limit or • subject limits. There are three classes in which to enter; color prints, black ' ‘ and white priats and color slides. : Each entry* is to be . placedinanenvelopewith ¡‘the ijame and ad<£ress of __ the person entering the picture printed on - the front of the envelope, There will be only one . winner per class, Legion to meet American legion post 1618 will meet at 8 p.m., Wednesday .August 17 at the. legion liall >for a regular meeting. School hoard The Argyle central school board of education will meet at 8 p.m.. Thursday, August 11 at the school. REPAIR SÈR^GE • on ill . ' dockt - 'Witchei Electric Stovers Jewelry LeGry» Jewelers Slfl« 1847 ‘ \ I I p s á n c i í A c r â r 1 v : . ww.M«in¿ .Ctmbrhlga,??.^ f- program, Frederick!. Noman, son. of Sir, and Mr?» Clifford Fi Norman of RD 1, Argyle, was recently promoted to the rank of sergeant first class in the Corps of Cadets at Not« wich university, Norfch- Gadet Nqrman-isin the ' United States Air Force Reserve Officers training corps at the Hulitary college? A 1975 graduate of. Argyle central school, he recently - took part in a -field-training-program-at Plattsburgh Air Force . base. There he learned about survival,; small arms, aircraft* -and Air Force careers. To receive his rank ai sergeant first class, Cadet Norman demonstrated proficiency in military and academic, subjects, and in leadership. Group to go to museum The Merrymakers home demonstration group will, meet at 9 a,m., Monday, August 15 at the BODES school on route 40 in Argyte-to-go on a trip to the Blue Slountain lake museum. Those planning to go .are asked to take a bag lunch and plan to eat dinner, in Blue Mountain lake. r For further information Judy Greaser or Sandy McGaffm may be con­ tacted. •. Boy bom Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Wadsworth of Argyle aw the parents of ababy boy, ' bonnrtrthe^Glens Falls hospital atJBr¡2é p.m., July 28, ^ •New» 9*30 • . M a î i f l e a d s o l ■ impersonation G r o u p t o s i n g a t c h u r c h Frism»^ musical trio with piano accompani­ ment. will sing at the North Argyle Community chorch at 8 p.m., Friday, August 12.* The public is invited. . ■ The group consists of three co-eds and a single male member* accom­ panied by a staff member, Carl Blackburn, dean o f . the; Glen Cove,, Bible, college, Glen Cove, Maine. The- young people .áre students,a t the coi-,, löge. . The group has( been singing-together «Juring\ the school year and- are now using their sijpmer vacation as an opportunity to ?hare their ministry of music and proipbtSng the Bible college, A free will-offering will be taken at the musical Church Engaged - IsHow Open ------------- TUES. ■ SUN.,10 m ■ 5 P.M COME id AND ORDER - ^ y o y i W a ^ S t o v e - j r d í h i m i i ( j - - N o w . - , ~ - | S ™ cÁ T ¿ S - \ ™ M _Cold. W»*thtr WMI 8«Here_ ____ Homer Collins, cfaair- man of the. board of trustees of the Argyle Methodist church, will host a work party at the church and grounds Satur- Befors Vo# Kits* H Routé 40 South Argyle 638-8950 invited. Workers are asked to take rakes, sfcovels, brooms, mops, window cleaning equip­ ment and other mate •N</ ■*n D IR E C T F R O M RCA. when you buy â now botter-tfian-pver 25\- XS.-100 CöHäöle _ M. MWrn » W W W .##* low, lowfrle» *50Rtb<rt* ÙnbelievableSavingt R C A b l a c i ê * w h ite BONUSTIME $ 10 CASH BONUS DIRECT ' FROM RCA ~ When yonbuy *ny new 19” diagonal RCA ¿portable BÏKk-suid.WhlteTV LIMITED TIME INIROD ÜCTORÏ OFFER M I S 77 Great Saving or RCA 695-3584 SchuylerviHe, N. I jfvtui Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McWhorter of Argyle have announced the en­ gagement of their daugh­ ter, Hath McWhorter of Nyack, to Rafael A. Rodriguiz Of Havefstraw, son of Mr, and Mrs. Ramor A. Rodiguez on Tanforil 5%ua, Domini­ can 3RepuMc.t , M|S9 Me#horter and her fiufice are both em­ ployed at letchworth ViL lage state hospital at TWells. . A September 17 wed­ ding is planned. Legion . sale a success * > Commaiider Earl Inman reports that the Legion had a successful bazaar last week, due to the cooperation of the public and the legionnaires. - Contest winners were named W follows; Bruce Ellis, $25; Bud Lssi^daue, and liateWhite, $10. f f o c a £ Ü / i ï ê f o -Robjbie and Chris White spent a f e r days recently: with their grand­ parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Kinney, - A group of Argyle retired school teachers dined a t the Grist Mill ia Warrensburg las# Friday. The' Atgyle. Emer­ gency squad picnte was held at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Carl LuMn last A ^very successful daily vacation Bible school Was held last week wifiT the help of the following teachers: Joyce Ourkee, Jody Carlisle, . Judy Creaser and Sandy Mc- Gaffin. -Kevs. Douglas McGaffin and David Car­ lisle helped with the recreation activities. ‘-.Mrs. JDavid Carlisle will preach the sermon next Sunday at the Argyle United .Presbyterian church. ‘ ' —Rev. andMrs, Thom- as J. Carlisle visited their .son and daughter-in-law, Rev. and Mrs, . David Carlisle^during the past week, —Mr. and Mrs, 'James Colton and Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips have re­ turned from an eight day round trip by motorcycle tolndiana. 1 —Rev. Douglas Mcfiaf- fin and nine junior high students have-gone on a four day retreat io Glou­ cester, Mass., and will return today.' Á 1 Á meeting StatF\ Police arrested John T. BI%e In Green­ wich Monday for imper­ sonating his brother . Wal­ ter. the.Schuylerville man -had been charged with three traffic violations ^on July 5, and he claimed to be Walter Blake. Later police discovered the man's true-identity. . Mr. Blake pled guilty to the impersonation charge and to charges of speed- -ing, driving with .a re­ voked license and an unsafe tire. Sentencing Was adjourned to August 15. ' Mrs. Bkellie heads drive for Girl Scouts —Donna SkelUe of Jack-, son has been named fund drive chairman for the Adirondack Girl Scout council in Greenwich, • A past chairman of the Washington county Chil­ dren’s committee, she serves on '-the-, advisory board of the school, of social welfare of SlfNY at Albany, and on the board of directors of Warren- Washington-county asso- datlon for mental health. The wife- of Donald Skellie, she is the inother of five children. She teaches Suhd&y school -at the .flast Greenwich Unit ed .'.PVe ¿by terian church, ¿ad in-* nifcaber- of the Republican Wom­ en's ,clui}, Tri-county School. Murse, Teacher organizationy Women’s committee of Farm Bu-, reau, and Friends of the Greenwich Free library. ~~An^one1wshin$to sup­ port Girl Scouting in the aresi is ^ged to send a checkmade outtoAdiron- dack GM Scout council to • Mrs. Jkellie. Box 148, RD, It Greenwich , ' - .M r .a n d M rs. Donald W h itesid e re t u r n e d to th e it hom e a t C o r a l G a b les, F la ., last -week after visiting M r. and M rs, Edw a rd W h iteside and M r . and M rs. Jack Wheeldon for a week. —M r . and M r s r A lfred W ilson of- L o u isville, Ky. , h a v e .p u r c h a s e d the fo r m e r M a r io n L y ttle . hom e on Gray avenue and moved there with their family last week. '-.M r and Mrs. Guy , Bartlere0^ontgom e ry were visitors last week of his brother-in-law and sister,. Mr. and ^ Mrs. Stanley Youmans. They also visited relatives and - -fiends at - Saranac and Tupper lakes. -rMräf Barbara Sar­ torius- and- Ina Jean Harsch, of High Falls were ovemigh guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Stanley Brow­ nell Sunday. „ „ „„ „ Improvement association voll not meet- thismonth, butî^lhave a meeting oix September 9, Joseph Randles. ‘V y f -Peter Brophy is a r „-,ient at the Mary McClellan hospital where he underwent an appen­ dectomy. —Mrs. Dunbar Lauder accompanied her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Gama- ehe and iaimly of Schuy- lerville on a vacation trip to W ells,, Me, They returned home on Sunday. —Fred Tefft entered the Mary McClellan hos­ pital on: Sunday for obser­ vation and treatment. —Dr. R. Leith Skinner Js visiting Dr, and Mrs. Peter 3. Attwood at Nev/market, N.H., and will attend the wedding of their daughter, Suzanne. He also plans to visit in Oguiiquit, Me, Mrs, John Quinn is a the patient at the Mary McClellan hospital, —Meg Hughes and n f i o w \\Wendy Hand vacationed O O i n e e l l I v l last week at Blue Moun- _ , , tain Lake. long visit — --------------- B l a n c h a r d p r o m o t e d ~ Navy Machinist’s Mate Third Class Herbert h. Blanchard, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harold C. Blanchard of Hudson River villa, Greenwich, has been promoted to his present rank while nerving aboard W l T O i ^ t o u s assault ship USS Inchon, home- ported at Norfolk, Va. lie joined the Navy in November, 1074. H i ! —Members of thé Hor­ ace J. Tâber chapter of DeMolay will operate the regular monthly recycling collation for S.T.Ô.P. this Saturday, August 13, from 9 a.m. to S p.m. at the Hy-Grade parking lot. —Physicals for students going out for football will be done starting at 8 a.m. Tuesday, August 16 at Greenwich central sçhook- On August 23 theréwill be physicals for school bus drivers. -T h e Middle Falls Fire company would appreci­ ate donations of fooid from residents of the, fire district for the boôth at the Washington county i fair. Those wishing to donate may contacrMrs, Richard O,. Williams or Mrs. Chauncey Perry Jr. —A coffee break will be held at the V.F.W. ground Sunday, August 21, start­ ing afe 8 a.m., by the 10/10 CB club, Mrs. Merritt E. Doe-' scher returned to her home in Greenwich last Friday after an extended visit with her families: Col.- (Ret.) and\ Mrs, Walter J. Couser Jr. and Andrew in Wichita Falls, Texas ; l't. Comm. (Ret.) Rodney W. Couser and his wife in Farmington, N.M.; ¿so Dr. and Mrs'. Ira J. Coll<?raittofMexia, Texas, arid Mr, and Mrs. Max * -Evans arid daughters - of ,F,aipiingtont.N.M. Mrs. Collerain and Mrs; Evans are Mrs. Doescher’s granddaughters. *.Sheandherson, Walter^ and wife, visited Dr, and Mis. Vernon Kirby in • Arlington', Texas. Mrs, Kirby’s maiden name was Couser, Wins C B The winner of a recent fund-raising contest' spon­ sored by the 10/10 CB club i's Terry Johnston Jr. of Fort Edward. Mr. Johnston received a Mid­ land CB and> antenna. SuccessfulMoodmobile At the bloodmobile held last week by the Easton- Greenwich Rescue squad, there were 119 pints of blood donated by area people. The squad has expressed its appreciation for the excellent response. LEGAL NOTICE TOWN CAUCUS TOWN OF ARGYLE •Notice is hereby given that the Republican Town Com­ mittee of Atgyle, N.Y.. will M d 4 Caucus .on Saturday. August 20, 1977, at' the Municipal building at 1:00 P.M ., E .D .S.T ., for the purpose o f nominating candidates for Town Offices and for the transaction of such other business as shall proper­ ly come Nfore the meeting. Polls for voting will be open \ftom t:3ft P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Any person wishing to have Ms or her name appear on the caucus ballot as a candidate for nomination on the Repub­ lican tic&et should file his name wltf) Harry G. McNeil Chairman of the’ Town Re­ publican Committee and pay a filing fee of Ten Dollars ($10.00) before 6:00 P.M.. E.D.S.T, August IS. 1977. • Only enrolled Republican Voters »re eligible to vote in this Caucus. Offices ib belilieci are: Supervisor for two years Town elerk-Tax Collector for two y e a rs.. Highway Superintendent for. two years, •Couneilrtian for four years New Councilman for four years Assessor for two years Assessor for four years Justice o f the Peace for four years Dated: August 1 , 1977 Harry G. McNeil John Hv Kinney Lawrence W. Reid Harold Adams 8-4, 11 . ......................... ............... . nin i ^|iiWHiiM'iw>i«j Some concern has boon cxprcsscd to tlio Town Board of Ar^le about the pröpoted Cosiayüfl» Lake Aquatic Plant Growth Control District by property owners outildie of Ute boundurie» of the district. J 1 . - At a meeting with the Board of Dlrectom of. the Coaiayan* Uke lmprovement Aiioclatlon on Saturday, Auguit 6, 1977, theu concenn were dltcuiied, A thorough reading of the StateLeglilatlve bill and a study of the map of tho dlitrlct rovenlcd that tfeeie concerns and fears have no basis In fact. There can he and will bB no effect on the property rights of any property owners outside of the district. ’ Tfae ahove mentioned m«p snd M l m»y be inspected at the offlcc of the Town Clerk In Argyle. We believe that For any further lnformatlon, contact Csul Lufkin, 638-8007 or Robert Allen, 692-7382. Carl.luikln, Supervisor Tjjwn of Argyle — Mary Ann Pendergrass, Secretary Cossayuna Lake Improvement Association âne •H i-rç y h hi p-. m is ti “f __ -Mí Ik

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