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> v GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, Sept«#»#*:$9; X9Ï7 Easton Government: 7 ? Are you paying for more '•« : ' : ^ v ;-pili'-*Mij 9 |ing h «essi Vote: Jon Stevens - Supervisor Bob Gannon and Court Wànds - Counciimen ' ' 1 married . MISS KATHRYN THOMESÖN* ctìrrespòndenl- I S a l e shoes and sneakers: ■ ?-.D tiuy oftfe pair Getasecond pair fer-r r SALE 1 Special group m e n ’s casual and dress shoes (Also a few jogger sneakers still on sale) Greatly reduced T i I s r i n t i m F l ö F F Ä t l r k special group-of añ3 sporty jackets. Í P t a H $■ ¿ !totfung_ a n d <SfzO£ <Sto t £ Greenwich M û r î m e s t o • «< Rev*, and É r |.vÔô-Ward Autumn Days in. Eas­ ton, a festival held an­ nually by the Willard mountain Ski club, will be held Saturday, Sunday and Monday, October 8, 9 and 10, at the Willard mountain ski area in North Rastnn. ______________ , ___ The Easton area is noted for its beautiful scenery which is nothing short of.spectacular in the, autumn. The‘chair lift at Willard will take people to the top of the mountain for the view. There will be a small charge for the round ■ The ski lodge will be open from 10 a,m. to 5 p.m. each day for the public to view and pur­ chase the crafts on dis­ play. The exhibits! -wiH be provided by local artiste and Include candles, •jewelry, woodcarving, pottery, --m iniatures,' leather items; and cer- amics.= AJsovthere vpll be local 'produce including Brown’s honey and Rob­ ertson’s maple products. Robert Brown of Fly Summit is shown along \\with \some . o f the Items which •were displayed last yeai. ■While, indoors is re­ served for arts and crafts rexTuBitors, outdoors is given over to a giant flea market. There are still “plenty of large booth * spaces available outdoors. For reservation contracts and\ more Information folks may call Mike Annetfe at the mountain. lunches, coffee, cider, and. doughnuts will be available at the ski lodge katchen. Ì. j y i g y W A Y L O A N S APPLY BY PHONE. Just call our Phone-A-Loan Ctt 692-7575. Or drop b y o n e of our 13 offices - three open on Saturday. • ■ - s-MMirrE M p u a r m l APPLICATION. One simple form lets you apply for any type of loan-and makes short work of long applications. FAST APPROVAL. Most loans are pro­ cessed in less than anhouratanyof our 13 offices.- .EASY WAY vFOPAY. ^Low interest rates, plus the ‘’convenience of automatic transfers, and pay-by-mail make monthly payments easy to live with. Bank and Trust Company 'x <MmlkrFDIC _ j * _ ------ _ _ _ ------- trip. The Saratoga battle­ field, from Colonel Wil­ lard’s sentry outpost, will be visible» along -with a commanding view o f both Revolutionary and British positions. Also clearly in range from the top of Willard are the Catskills, Adirondack^ fterkshires and Green Mountains.. A small domatlon is requested from all who view the exhibits. This donation, aiotig \witli ex­ hibitors’ booth fees, will go to the Willard moun­ tain Ski club to purchase equipment to ¡help* im­ prove training and com­ petition facilities. A 50th wedding -anni­ versary mass andrenewal o f “ vows were recently celebrated by Rev. John T.‘ Riley a t St. George’s rectory, Fittstown, ~ in honor of h is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius J. Riley. Aloysius J. Riley,\the son o f James and Mary Farrel][. Riley, and Mar­ guerite M . Lyons, the daughter o f Lawrence and Margaret Flatley Lyons were united in carriage at the Church of the Visi- . tation*. Schuylerville, on September 21, 1927, by Rev. Walter T. Bazaar, Best ma» was John Meagher and maid of honor was was Leona T. Flatley. f . Also pxeseat 1st the mass were the RileylFson and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. lawrence Riley, \Robert Kathy, Patty, and James Riley of Easton. Margaret A. Riley, Rens­ selaer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Somers, Troy; John Meagher, Eagle Bridge and Mrs. Frances Breen of Fittstown. B. Ford Jr. .,o{q West Rupert. Vt.Vaitnpunq; the engagem ent of • their daughter, Pfeu Joyce Ann, to Sgt. William W. Selker, son ~of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Selker qf Terre Haute, Ind. Miss Ford is a graduate of Washington academy, Salem, p d - joined the Marine Corps in 1977. She is stationed at the Marine finance center in Kansas City, Mo. Her fiancé attended .schools in Indiana and is also stationed at the Marine finance center in Kansas City, Mo. A December wedding is planned. PERSONALS B r e a k -in ait gun shop investigated -Mr. and Mrs; Larry Riley will be taking orders Bureau farmer to fanner program. The first tirder must be in by October 23. The Rileys attended a dinneron^eptember 21 at Howard Johnson’s res­ taurant on route 9W, when the program was .explained, 3hec£&ange for produce from orner istates, New York sends Jiam, cheese, bacon jujd apples. —Bancinj* ieSsojas in ballet and acrobatic will start October 3 at Burton hall. The Jasons are sponsored % the Easton Youth commission, Any* one interested is asked to take outgrown ballet slip­ pers for exchange. The commission w ill meet Thursday, October 6, at 7:30 p.m. at Burton hall. \ - T h e Easton Halted Methodist chmrcbt will State police are investi­ gating a burglary which occurred at Beecroft's Gun shop, Easton. Some­ one apparently gained entry tothe shop, which is on route 40, sdmefiane during the early morning . parlidpate- in-~4lifr~ilea~-^’hoWdF^epfemBer 237 ~ — - W orld -Coimnunion- market held at t i e Wash- Several guns were service will be held at the ington county fairgrounds ^ ^ police say> West Rupert Church of on Saturday, October 1, Trooper R. Endee i s — Christ 'on October 2 at 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. investigating, with the a.m. Rev. Howard Ford Antiques,- wmte- ele assistance of Investigator gardem produce Michael Elliot of the South Glens Falls bureau -of «atanral investigation^ ' Auxiliary Elects Thirteen members and two guests attended the annual banquet and meet­ ing of the Women's auxiliary of the Easton Volunteer Fire company held at the Anvil Inn in Fort Edward on Septem- ' ber 21. The officers for the coming year were elected: co-p r e s id e n ts, Anita Sherin and Shirley DeFoe; vice president, Donna > English; secretary, Linda Borden; treasurer, Sandra ■Rivenburgh; trustee for three years, Christina Somma. The following appointments were made: dues, Kay Van Wie; news, Shirley DeFoe and Anita Sherin; sunshine, Janet Hill; roll call, Matifda Buckley; chaplain, Mary Hotaling. Q. Whst is a minister doing when he rehearses his sermon? A. Practicing whaihe preaches, phants, and baked goods will be on exhibit, The chutxdh will, be bpen on Friday, Sep­ tember *30; for tnô con­ venience of tfaose who have donations^ Contact Clarence Buckley or Mrs. A.L. Rapp for further information. Donations will also be accepted at •thé fairgrounds on that day. — W o r ldw ide c o m ­ munion will be observed at the Eastern United Methodist chutefe on Sunday, October 2, at 10 a,m. —A leadership meeting will be held at the Embury - United- Methodist church - in Cambridge Sunday, October 2, starting at 2 p.m. Those attending are to take a bag lunch. —The United Method­ ist women of the Easton church will meet with the United Methodist women at the Centemary United Methodist church in Greenwich ora Monday, October 3. A supper will be served at p.m. and the program will be at 7:80 p.m. —The Easton town board will meet at Burton hall Tuesday, October 4, at 8 p.m. —The Easton Sno-Kats snowmobile club will meet at the home <of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scott Wednesday, October 5, at 8 p.m. —A mother or daughter supper will b e held at the Eastoii United Methodist church Wednesday, Oc- ’¡»ber 12, afe 5:30 p.m. Those attending- are to take a cdvered dish or salad to pass and tablé service* Rolls, dessert and beverage will he provided. —Mr. and. MEra. L.N. Hogân of Fort Myers, Fla., were recent guests and Mrs. lots Cartwright of Chatham,. N.J., was a week end guestof Mr. and A .I, Eapp attd '--Mrs. V^arren' Nulty and Mrs. Horatio Monrpe were week end ¡guests <sF- Mr; and M rs. David Harrington ian tteïkimér. —At the cardparty held Saturday night at the Grange- hall in- Rupert, Claude Matteson was high and Michael Hoyt low.'For the woman, Bambi Sar­ gent was high and Belle Decker low. Claude Matteson won the special prize and Mrs. Henrietta Snow won the cake. The next card party will be October 8. —Sixteen 4-H members attended the - Eastern State.s exposition last week end. They were accompanied by Mrs. Donna Blomberg, Mrs. Mary Lourie and Mr. and Mrs. Edward-Lewis. —The Phajathea class will meet this Thursday. September 29. at the home of Mrs. Ethel Ash —Mr. aftd Mrs. Everett Farrar and.Mr? and Mrs. William McKeighan have returned hpme from a camping trip in the Adirondacks. —Mr. and Mrs. Carl Saunders and Earl Lewis , ,, , . attended the Eastern, s ^ tes m Mon- c^.— _Mr. and Mrs. Vernon K. Beebe have returned to their home in Denver, Colorado, after visiting his parents. -T h e r e will be a donation supper at the Rupert Congregational church this Saturday eve­ ning, October 1, starting at 5:30. The Congre­ gational Women’s fellow­ ship will also b e holding a bazaar on that date. It mil start at 10 a.m. and continue until after the supper. There will he hand made articles for sale as well as home baked goods, a rummage and white elephant sale and a cider press with fresh dder and doughnuts for sale. -M rs. Duane Flower attended the farewell re­ ception held for Mr. and ■ Mrs. JUicius-Cary held at Hebron camp on Sunday. R a d i o S h a c k lia s c a t a l o g The 1978 Radio Shack catalog, the company’s 30th consecutive issue, is now available from Radio Shack stores and dealers. The 164-page catalog includes ‘100 full-color company’s exclusive line o! products. An insert card introduces Radio Shack’s new TRS-80 microcomputer system , which, according to Radio Shack president Lewis Komfield, i s \the most important product ever offered by Radio Shacks” in the Supper. Rey. R a y 1' Derating o f the Methodist' church In Rupert will partidpate as wall as Rev. John Merriam of the Congregational church. Mrs. Nancy Merriam win bring a message in song accompanied by Mrs. Sue Jolly. There «rill also be special organ music by Mrs. Jolly. All are wel­ come to attend the serv­ ice. day and Tuesday of this week.‘r ff= s3S!r \ —Mr. and Mrs. Vemoh Beebe visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Graves in Lewis on Sunday. A tittle girl who-Jiad Just been pro­ moted to die fourth g»dc, wept on die shoulder of her teacher o! the third grade . “Oh. Miss Wil­ liams.\ die sobbed, “whv aren’t vou smart enough to tearh me again in the fourth grade?\ T h e L a t e s t I h i g e PHOTOGRAPHY BY BILL GALLAGHER Make arrangements now for your ■ fali wedding Janice Valentine of Greenwich Hours 9 to 4 Closed Suns, For information call 692-7021 BREAKFAST SERVED DAILY AT 8 30 A.M •• BIG H P U Z A Boute 2 9 -0reenw!eh 0PEH DAILY lfl-9, FRIDAY 10-10 SUNDAY 12 Hom-t :4 s com Physical, ed sewing will jb adults at t h e ! junior senior beginning in Elizabeth teach the ph; tion course, v Munson will ing. A fee wil for each of t courses. 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