The Post-Star from Glens Falls, New York on March 7, 1945 · 3
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Glens Falls, New York
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Wednesday, March 7, 1945
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THE POST-STAR, GLENS FALLS, N. YMTOmSxUT75Z&IrW&r US I f r f PAPER PICKUP SET SATURDAY Hudson Falls residents who are anxious to assist In the war effort will have their chanoe Saturday when the paper salvage collection which was twice postponed will take place. -. ',' !- Because it Is physical impossible to ring every doorbell or- even to visit every borne- in the short time the. two trucks will be. available and because ol the limited number of Scouts who will be free to work on the drive, residents are asked to tie up their papers and magazines separately,, or place them m boxes neatly and stack them at the curbing before 8 A. M. If this is not done, papers and magazines may be missed unintentionally. - !The drive is being Intensified this month and next month all over the nation. Individual Scouts who collect half a ton will receive from the united- -states government a medal a' Hood Fined lor Thed - Pleading guilty recently in the court of Justice of the Peace Silas Everts at Granville to a charge of stealing empty - grain bags from farmers in the Towns of Granville and Hartford, Thomas Hood of the Town of Granville was fined (25 and given a six months suspended sentence in the county Jail at Salem. . v ' Sheriff Luke N. Sheldon, who together with Deputy Sheriff Nelson Jenkins of Middle Granville inves tigated the thefts and made the arrest, said that Hood admitted stealing more than 4.200 empty grain bags during a period of tone from April, 1943, until January IS of tills year, and that Hood received II cents each for GPL bags and 10 cents for the other bags. , - Suzanne Caniiello Feted : Mrs. Joseph Cantiello, ' 17, Parry - Street; entertained Monday after noon at her home in honor of the birthday anniversary of her three year old daughter, Suzanne. Games were played and refreshments strv' ed with a pink and, white birthday cake as the center piece tor-cne re freshment table. - - i ' j , ; The, guesi,rQl,iiQnBfewevied. a number of gifts. Those present were Joseph Sullivan, Mary Sullivan and Kathleen Sullivan, of Glens Falls, Marianne Caputa, Judith Anne Dodge, Robert Macey, Donald Greg ory, Michael Sullivan and Ellen Sullivan. fax Sale List Dwindles t Taxes on five pieces of real estate in the Village of Hudson Falls have been paid to the village treasurer during the past few days, since the publication of the first list of property proposed to be sold for taxes on March 19. This leaves only nine parcels in the list and' it is expected that several of them .will not be offered for unpaid taxes as. it is anticipated that the owners will settle before the tax sale. . The present tax sale list is believed i to be the smallest in the history of the Village of Hudson 'Palls.,. . :'"",, . v,"" I AMARANTH TO MEET v' ! Queen Elizabeth Court, 11, Order of the Amaranth, will meet In Ma-aome Temple. tomorrow-, evening,. Dinner will be served at 8: SO in the banquet hall. Candidates will be Initiated at 8 with Mrs. Charlotte Baker, matron, in charge. ; - MISSION CLASS TO MEET , The Boys' and Girls' Mission Class of the Baptist Church will meet at 3 30 P. M. today in the church. A covered -dish supper will be served at U:30. MrtTtfohn Carmen of India THUhe-the speaker. TO MEET TONIGHT The Pellowcraft tClub: of Sandy HiU Lodge. 372, T. and A. M., will meet at 8 this evening at Masonic Temple. To Preach al Conference Y- REV- P. b..,"RESTIDGE The monthly Bible Cnnfprmn will be conducted tomorrow at 7:30 r. M. in the Advent- Cftrtrttarr Church with Rev. P. -L. Prestidge of Illinois as speaker. ' v. Rev Prestidge it now the state dlrectorvfer Illinois of the InteN national Child Evangelism Fellowship. A graduate of Moody Bible Institute,., Rev.. Prestidge was associated with the American Sunday School Union. Later he took up pastoral work and has- been active in evangelism and Bible Conference work. He began preaching at the age of twenty years and Is popular as a conference speaker. He has recently .been doing con- - ference speaking in the middle west under the auspices of the Extension Department of Moody Bible Institute, with which he Is now as- i sociated, and has" been "well received. " . .,. i Rev. Eldon Winans and young people from the Warrensburg Baptist Church will be present and participate in the service. ': Rev. Winans will sing as' will also the Jubilate Trio from his church. This trio has been gaining in popularity. The conference is sponsored by the New England Fellowshlo and the local Advent Christian! Church. 1, : -. X; I lit? it Hudson Falls Receives Discharge MEREDITH M. GlLMAN CpL Meredith M. Oilman, son of Mrs. Gordon Walsh, Martindale Avenue, Hudson Falls, who has served two years overseas with the 8th Air Force, has received an honor able medical discharge from the service and has returned to his home here.. .- Cpl. Gllman has been awarded three ribbons, the ETO -with two bronze stars, the Presidential Cita tion, and Good Conduct. CpL Gil- man narrowly escaped death while in England when a buzz bomb ex ploded near him causing death to a companion besides many others. He is to be married to Miss Alice Hammond of port Miller on June 1. T.J. HORRIGAN IS COMMISSIONED Thomas J. Horrigan, son of Mrs. Timothy J. Horrigan, North -Oak Street, has recently been promoted to the rank ; of lieutenant, It has been learned by his mother. The young officer is in the European theater of war with the 384th Bomb Squadron. Cpl. Naylor Recovering Mr: and Mrs. William L. Naylor. 16 Main Street, are in receipt of a short letter written by their son, Cpl. Terry L. Naylor, who has been reported by the War Department as having' been seriously wounded as of Pebmruary 17 while fighting In Prance. , Cpl. Naylor wrote that he was recovering ;and that the car being given him,could not be praised enough. He said that the surgeons do wonderful work and that within five minutes "of the time he was wounded he was being cared for and was rushed to an , allied - central hospital: some distance from the fighting lines. LT. BAKER TRANSFERRED -Uj Charles Royal Baker, son of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Wheeler Baker, Mechanic Street, who has been stationed at. Port Berining, Ga., has now been sent to the Physical Reconditioning School at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. AUXILIARY TO MEET . The Auxiliary of Zion Enisconal Church will meet at 2 P. M. today at the rectory. t PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Walter. Lord of Utica and Burt Lord of New York have returned to their homes after spending the week-end with their sister, Mrs. J. C. Jeffrey, Montgomery Street. Dr. Samuel J. Pashley, Catherine Street, is spending two weeks in New York on business. William Ellis, Maple Street, formerly employed at the Collins' News Room, Glens Falls, has obtained em ployment, at the Mohican Store in that city. ; ' . . Miss Jane Wilson, following a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert E: Wilson, Mechanic Street, has returned to her duties as teacher at .Poultney, Vt. Mr. and Mia. Henry O'Neil. who have been residing at Plattsburg for a number of months, have returned 4o this village. ,: They have reopened their house at U, Warren Street. ' Ensign David A. Dickson, who is stationed at Boston, Mass., is spending a seven-day leave with Mrs. Dickson, who' is residing with her parents, - Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. pea ulac, Wall Street, for the duration. " J. Arthur Dain. radio operator in the Navy, -stationed at Martha's Vineyard,r Mass., is spending a 10-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs! Carl Dain, Beech Street. , Mr; and Mrs. Warren Durkee of Saratoga Springs, formerly of Hudson .Falls, have returned to their home after visiting Mr.' and Mrs. Harvey McLean. Cherry Street. Miss Alleen Blanchard, following a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blanchard, Allen Street, has returned to her duties at St. Mary's Hospital, Amsterdam. Miss Claire Carleton has returned to her studies at Mount' Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Carleton, Mechanic Street. Pvt. Jack Havens, following a short' furlough spent with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Havens Beech Street, has returned to his studies at Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H- -.' Mrs. Albert Byers and her sister, Miss Teeny Boss, of Penlmore have returned from New York where the met the former's husband, Petty Officer 3c Byers, , who Is stationed in Virginia. : -j ,.- Lett than three hours after the first soldier touched the beach at Saidor In the Southwest Pacific, a Red Cross field director dispensed 240 gallons of cocoa and hundreds of cookies. . . t w " FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN INDUCTEE Edward Patten, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Patten, was honored recently at a farewell party at his home prior toteaving yesterday for military service. . He received a purse. Refreshment were served and games played. Those present Included Raymond, Kathleen, Richard, James, Gladys, Dorothy, Howard Patten, Port Edward;. Betty Patten S 2 c, Washington, D. C.J Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Desaaint. Anita and Denny Des-salnt, Mrs. Robert Walsh, Joseph Walah, Helen Rentger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walsh, Betsy Ann rWalsh, Hudson Palls; Martin Patten. Mr. and Mrs. Jets Patten, - Dunhams Basin; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bishop, Wally, Edward and Earl Bishop, Mrs. Irene Cross, Ted. Betty Shirley and Marilyn Cross. Mr. and Mrs.. -Leon Duel,- Granville;,; Miss Mary King of Port Edward and James Garwood of Glens Palls. Mr. and Mrs. Patten already have two sons and a daughter in service Pfc. Robert Patten is in the Pacific area; R. M. 2c Clifford Patten is in the Aleutians and S 2c Betty ratten or tne waves is at Washington, D. C. Probate Court ' The following are among the proceedings in Surrogate's Court for two weeks ending March 5, 1948: Estate of Mary Skiff, Greenwich; letters of administration Issued to Carrie B. Skiff: Estate of John J, Conway, Cam-bBdgei-applieation-4or thecals ef real property adjourned to February 27, at Salem, and further adjourned to March 13, at Salem. Estate of Elizabeth Mills Shannon, White Creek; decree entered I in judicial settlement of the ac count of executor. T ' Estate of Phineas Abalr, Whitehall; citation Issued In application for leave to compromise a cause of action, returnable March 14, at Hudson Falls. Estate of Charles Evans, Port Ann; letters of administration issued to Arthur H. Evans. Estate of John W. Mahaffy, Greenwich; last will -admitted to probate; letters testamentary issued to Robert M. Reid. l Estate of Mabel M. Dennison, Hebron; letters of administration issued to Thomas Dennison. Estate of Fred K. Carswell, Whitehall; last will ' admitted to probate; letters testamentary Issued to Lucille N. Carswell. Estate of Catherine Dunn, Whitehall; letters of administration issued to Julia TUley Peeley. Estate of Addie H. Moffitt, White Creek; letters of administration issued to Granville D, Moffitt and Hasel Moffitt. '" Estate of WillardPT Loveland, Hebron; limited letters of administration issued to Dorothy Love-land: citation issued in application for leave to compromise a disputed claim, returnable March 27, at Salem. Estate of Peter Paul De Phillips, Whitehall; order entered authorizing compromise of action herein. Estate of Lawrence . L Grow,. Kingsbury: order entered transfer ring will to the Surrogate of St. Lawrence County for the testimony of one of the subscribing witnesses. Estate of Byron A. Eddy, Easton; last will admitted to probate; let ters testamentary issued to Alta Mae Blanchard. Estate of Sarah H. Shaw, 8alem; order entered exempting estate from tax under the Estate Tax Law. ' Inventory and account filed In the following guardianships: Guardianship of Oliver William Smith, Whitehall; guardianship of Ruth Elizabeth Russell,. Salem! and guardianship of Phyllis H. Mc-Auley, Easton. , . CONDUCT MEETING -The Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Nelson K. Crossman, Elm Street. Mrs. Fred. Blakeman led the devotional service. The subject was "America Seeks Peace." Home Missionary Broadcasting was discussed by Mrs. Roscoe H. Granger, chairman. A musical program, was presented by a string quartet comprising the Misses Jane Carpenter, Annette Wilson, Virginia Jakeway and Elean Aubrey. : ft SUPERVISORS TO MEET ijhe Washington County Board of Supervisors will meet at the reems in the First National Bank Building Friday. There will be two sessions. The morning meeting will open at 10 and the afternoon at 2. J RECEIVE SON'S LETTER Mr. and Mrs. William Rourke. Delaware AVenue, have received their first letter from their son, Lt. Donald Rourke, in eight weeks. He is attached to the paratroop branch of 'the 545th Division. For two months he saw active service in Germany but is now m France, the letter stated.'. PLAN FOOD SALE The 4-H Junior Bobby Sox met recently at the home of Mrs. Harriett Washburn in Penimore and planned a food sale to be conducted at a time to be announced later. Refreshments were served. There were 20 members present. TO' CONDUCT MEETING Mayotte-MacNaughton Post, V. P. W will meet at 8 this evening at Masonic Temple. Refreshments will be served. TO CONFER DEGREE LAKE GEORGE St, Sacrament Lodge, 1029, F. and A. M, will meet in Masonic Hall tonight to confer the first degree on a class of candidates. Refreshments will be served. POSTPONE MEETING WASHINGTON, Mar. W The representative assembly meeting of the National Education Association, scheduled to be held at Buffalo, N. Y July 4-6, has been postponed indefinitely because of travel and hotel restrictions. South Glens Falls Wed at Navy Chapel in New York Shown above following their recent wedding in New York City are Ronald Rhude. fireman, first class, U. S. N. R son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Park, 10 Coleman Avenue, Hudson Palls, and his bride, the former Luella Crosbie, yeoman, third class, of the Waves; daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Crosbie. 43 Saratoga Avenue, South Glens Falls. - Rhude recently returned from dux- SPEAKER SLATED FOR PTA MEETING Gerald onnelly, head of the Physical Education Department of the Glens Falls High School, will be a guest speaker at a meeting of -the Parent Teachers Associa tion to be conducted Monday at 8 F. M. is the auditorium at the High School. He will give a talk in keeping with the Father's Night program.- An-teTitation ha been extended to all mothers and especially to the fathers to attend the meeting. $4,326 Raised in Dim A total of $4,326.37 was raised in Saratoga County for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, IncTaccording to an announcement made by Miss Jean Barr. vice chairman. Among the contributions reported were the following: South. Glens Falls, Ralph Smith, chairman, $122.31; Corinth and Palmer, A. T. Mallery, chairman, $79.16: Greenfield Center, Windsor Cote, JrH chairman. $29.94; Ketchums Corners and Wayvilte, William Putr. nam, chairmany $6.15; Mount McGregor, Prank MacEvoy, chairman, $22.08: Northumberland, Bacon Hill, Mrs. Grace VanDerwerker, chairman, $25,77; Saratoga, Springs.i Patrick Riordan, chairman, $1,477.74, Schuylerville and Coveville. Mrs. Elinor Funston. chairman, $92.21; Victory Mills, Mrs. Lillian Hughes, ohairman, $23.05; Wilton, Charles VanRensselaer, chairman, $22.22. Drive Workers to Meet Raymond E. "Moench, a member of the general eomrc3B-virig charge of the United Nations 'Clothing Drtve fb begin, on April. 1, has requested that all members bf sponsoring organizations' in this village meet today at 4:30 P. M. in Town Hall. . The Rev. . Dr. P. H. McDowell, chairman of the general committee, will preside at the meeting. Conklin in France Mrs. Clarence E. Conklin. 234 Main Street, South Glens Palls. re - ceived word yesterday morning from her .husband, T5 Clarence E Conklin, stating that he is now serving with an Engineers Corps somewhere in France. T5 Conklin, the father of four children, Clarence M., 15; Barbara, 13; Jack, 10; and Robert, 6, entered service in the U. S. Army April 8, 1944. Mrs. Conklin is working as an Inspector at tt"; General Electric Company, Fort Edward. After receiving basic training at -omr, Ornft R C. T5 Conklin spent an, 11-day furlough with his! family. He returned to rror roeaae, '-- ' Md., and then was sent to Camp pfc, Charles Leonard has arrived Chaffee. Ark., where he became a m Charleston, S. C. He was wound-member of an Engineer Corps and j m action on December 4 in received -advanced training. Heipjancg suffering a serious let in- was then sent to New York City, point of embarkation. Before entering -the armed forces, Technician Fifth Grade Conklin was employed in defense work at the American Locomotive Company in Schenectady. Home from Overseas Pfc. Moses G. Carma has arrived home after serving in the Asiatic Pacific Theater of Operations for 22 months. He' is now spending a -day furlough at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carma. 4 Hndson Street. Pfc. Carma was Inducted into the armed forces. Dec. 26, 1942. He received basic training at Fort Heus-tis, Va., and has served with an antiaircraft division in the Aleutian Islands. He was graduated from the South Glens Falls High School, Class of 37. LENTEN SERVICE TONIGHT A prayer meeting .and fellowship hour will be conducted tonight at 7:30 at the Methodist Church,' The Rev. George Robinson, pastor, will be in charge. A third in a series of Lenten studies on "Our Methodist Heritage" will be given. TO TIE QUILTS The Ladies' Aid Society of the Friends Church will conduct a business meeting tomorrow at 2:30 P. M. at the church. Quilts for ther American Friends Service Committee will be tied. Supper will be -served to members of the society and their families at,8 P. M. ' ' y CHOIR TO REHEARSE The Methodist church choir rehearsal will be held today at 8:30 P. M. hi the church parlors. Miss. Dorothy Swanson, music director will be in charge. In the Pacific. He and Mrs. Rhude were married Sunday afternoon, Feb. 25, in the chapel at the U. S. Naval Barracks at 2162 Broadway, New York, in the first formal wedding performed there since the Navy took over Manhattan Towers as Waves' quarters last Fall. Mrs. Rhude Is stationed at the Fleet Post Office, New York City. Official U. S. Navy Photo Overseas 11 Months HAROLD DORRER . Harold W. Dorrer, Ph. M. 2c, tl.S.N R.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes ley Dorrer, 2t8 Main Street, South Glens Falls, has been overseas II months, having served in England, in the Invasion of Prance, and in Italy and Africa. He enlisted Nov. 21, 1942, and trained at Samp son Naval Training Station and Norfolk Naval Hospital, Va. Before enlisting, he attended High Sehoal in Margarets ville and Tarry town. Draft Classes Listed By Board at Corinth The following classifications were recently announced by the Local Draft Board 364 with headquarters at Corinth: Class l-Ar.TV" MajUson, Palmer; Joseph KTossCfeWeTbOTtrr Class 2-A, John Petel, Wilton; Harold Brooks, South Glens Falls. Class 2-A(F). Albert Gilbert,Had- ley; Harold Dickinson, Gansevoort; Edson Winslow, Schuylerville; Lewis Poole, South Glens Falls. Class 2-B(F), Chester Abare. Clar ence Richards, John Riley, Gansevoort; Carl Mudgette, South Glens Falls. Class 2-B, Joseph Seney, Schuy lerville; Vincent Jowaiszas. Hadley. Class 1-C (Ind), Warren Richards, Maurice Richards, Vincent Provost, :S0utti Glens Falls; James Reeves, Fort Edward; William Vandercar, Gansevoort. Class 2-C(F), Gansevoort. Mateo colm Wells, Class 4-F, Jack Fish, Russell Redmond Gansevoort; Edward Busseno, Fort Edward. Class 1-C 'Discharged), John Corcoran, South Glens Falls. Class 4-A, Henry Bodkin, Fort Edward. II fharp(fAn f jury. He has been awarded the Purple Heart. Pfc. Leonard has received the sharpshooter's medal and the combat Infantryman's badge for excellent skill in combat service. He will soon arrive at the Hol-loran General Hospital- in staten Island. Pfo. Leonard is the son of Mrs. John Leonard, Saratoga Road. He entered the armed forces on Jan. 31, 1944. and received his training at Camp Upton, Camp Wheeler, Ga.. Fort Meade, Md., and Camp Port Henry, Va., and was sent overseas in July, 1944. His wife,' the former Ruth Hall of Granville, and their three children reside at 21 Marion Avenue. Pfc. Leonard was wounded on the third birthday of his sort, Thomas. TO START LESSON SERIES The first in a series of four lessons on smart dressmaking will be held for the Moreau Home Bureau unit at the Town Office Building, South Glens Palls, at 1:30 P. M. tomorrow. Anyone not a Home Bu reau member is welcome to attend, the charge being a small amount per lesson. , BAPTIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES The following activities for the week have been announced by the Rev. Alfred Scott, pastor of the Baptist Church: Tonight, 7:30 P. M. prayer service; 8:30 P. M.. choir rehearsal under the direction of Miss Helene Thomas, minister ol music. Thursday, 7 :30 P M... Young People's meeting at the ehurch. Friday, 3:30 P. M., Crusaders' meeting at the church. MEETING IS SLATED A meeting of the Sunshine Class of the Friends Church will be conducted tonight at 7:30 at the home of Muriel Knell, Saratoga Ayenue. ? TV 7 ill Eort Edward PROGRAM GIVEN AT SCHOOL EVENT A program including the read-ing of - priae-winninf . essay on "Port Edward, Past, Present and , Future ;" a sketch, "Memoirs of Old Port Edward," and musical selections by the high school orchestra was presented at a high school assembly yesterday afternoon at which the Civic League members were guest. A business meeting of the League followed the assembly. - -The playing of "Marehe Romaine." Gounod, by the orchestra, directed by Miss Dorothy Swanson, opened the program. Following the salute to the flag. Supervising Principal !,,;, fcjjitia Hofririrn extended greet ings to. tne guests la a onei aa- f dress of welcome. He also took the cpportitnity to present awards given by Port Edward Post, American Legion, to the three students of the school standing highest in the Legion Oratorical contest conducted several weeks ago. These awards were made to Charlotte Rosa, first; Helen Kelleher, second, and Bruce Robinson, third. Mrs, Henry Rubenfeld, president of the Civic League, responded to the welcome, thanking teachers and students who had taken an active part in the essay contest sponsored by the League. She called attention to the fact that the Fort Edward Civic League was celebrating its 30th anniversary this month and explained the objectives and. purposes of the organization. Prise-winning essays were presented as -follows: "Port Edward, Past," by Frank Arcuri, eighth grade .student; "Fort Edward, Present," William Brislin, ninth grade itudentr- "Fort Edward,- Putura." Marea Battershall, 12th grade student. Prise of War Savings Stamps were given the winning con testantt by the League. The three students, Claude La Parr, Joan WiW and Jack Donahue, who placed second in the . contest were also given awards of War Stamps. A dramatic sketch, "Memoirs of Old Port Edward," was written and presented by the eighth grade social studies' daa of Room 10 under the direction of Miss Hazel Cana-van. Prank Arcuri acted as narrator. 8tudent taking part in the dramatizations were clarence Douglas, Gordon Hayward, Joseph Carpenter, Dick Carey, Dick Demse, Louis Del 8ole, Parrell Clark, Lois Henry. Ruth Hemstreet, Lillian Ca puto, Miriam Dixon, and Peggy Anne Bullion. Several selections by the orches tra, interspersed throughout the nroeram. were well received by the audience. Included among the musical numbers was a violin solo Kv Rov Borrowman. During the business meetingthe League voted to give 15 dollars to tha Burrtnt Red Cross drive. Mrs. Walter Smith, Mr Robert Merrill,- Mrs. Lawrence Corbett, Mrs. A. H. Wicks and Mrs. Kenneth Hay-ward were appointed to the nominating committee to present a slate of officers for election at the next meeting. The Jane McCrea Garden Club and the Civic League will hold a Joint meeting April 3 at the home of Mrs, Prank Hillman, Up-pe -. Broadway. . , , , Students to Entertain Papers on the pasti present and future of Fort Edward will be read by three students of the Junior-Senior High School at the dinner-meeting of the Lions Club at 6 P. M. today. The papers are prise winning essays written in a contest and ,r nriented vesterday afternoon at an assembly program in the high school auditorium. "The Past of Fort EOwara" was written by Prank R. Arcuri, an Eighth Grade student: "The Present Fort Edward," by William Brislin, a Ninth Grade student, and "The Future of Port Edward," by Marea Battershall, a twelvth grade, student. Servicemen visiting in the town are invited to attend the meeting as guests of the club. ' MRETTNG POSTPONED a meetini of the official board: of the Methodist Church, scheduled for g.30 tonleht at the parsonage. has been postponed until next Wed nesday, March 14, at tne same piace and hour. I SOCIETY MEETS TOMORROW ! The Ladies" Aid Society of the Baptist Church will meet at 2:30 P. M. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. George Gates, 67 Main Street, Hudson Falls. ' OFFICERS TO MEET Officers of Fort Edward Chapter,, 376. O. E. 8., will meet at the Masonic Temple at 7i30 tonight for rehearsal. AUXILIARY MEETS TONIGHT Fort Edward UBit, 1133, American Legion Auxiliary, will meet in the Legion Home at 8 tonight. TRUSTEES TO MEET Port Edward Village Board of Trustees will meet at 7:30 tonight in the village trustees' rooms. PERSONALS Mrs. Evan S. Woodford is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Clayton McDou- gall and lamily, 8 Moon tstreei. I IT 1 a. ft!.'- 'iTi.' RAMS HEAD ALE ADIRONDACK PISTRIBCTIN Basin and Mohican Sta, Telephone: "Glens Falls i "IT"""'" ,TTT 225 Made Statf Sergeant h ' N i r v I" ' t ' i MARTIN E. M'HENRY . Mrs. Martin E. MdBenry, Fort Ed ward, has received word.from- her husband in France that he has been promoted to staff sergeant. Staff Sgt McHenry is with General Pat-ton's Third Army and entered the service in January, 1943. After 13 months training in . the United States, he was sent to England. He has two brothers serving overseas, Pfc. David McHenry with the Seventh Armv in Germany and Sgt. Kevin McHenry with the Sixth Army in the South Pacific. Tri-County 4-H Event Scheduled at Easton The 4-H Club Holstein Project Members of Washington, Saratoga and Rensselaer Counties will be feted by the Tri-County Holstein Breederr Club at a meeting Saturday in Burton Hall, Easton, according to Charles Calvin Smith, Washington County 4-H C1UB agent. A special program has been prepared by a committee of agent and Holstein otub representatives. The program will begin at 10:30 A. M.i with an educational picture n the' development of efficient dairy practices shown by representatives of the New York Power and Light Corporation of Glens Falls, followed by a i discussion of dairy programs and contests for 4-H members in which Prof. H. A. Wlllman of Cornell Unl- j versity will outline the many oppor- j tunities 4-H club members have to learn, earn and produce through j their dairy projects. j - The 4-H club members will be j sponsored to a dinner at noon by the Tri-County Club. The afternoon session will feature three demon- j strations by 4-H Club members from the counties represented, picture discussions of dairy program work by W. D. Brown, Secretary of the State Holstein Association, Elsie O. Larson of the National Association and H. A Willman of Ithaca. It la expected that the meeting will conclude with a definite longtime plan worked out for the Holstein club In which they will in clude cooperation with the 4-H Club Holstein members from the three counties:-" ATTEND FUNERAL SERVICE Mrs. Mahlon Brodie. Miss. Dorothy Middleton, Miss Betty Middleton, Itf I (W, HJT- anW If-- Bert Middleton, Aubrey Middletonf oi tnis place; Mr. ana Mrs. Arnoia Middleton of Hudson Falls, Robert Middleton of Schenectady and William Middleton of Bethelhem, Pa-were in Middlebury. Vt., yesterday to attend funeral services for Mrs. Jessie Middleton Foster. SERVICE TONIGHT J. E. Tennant will be in charge of tne mid-week prayer service oi the Methodist Church, which will be conducted tonight at 7.30 at the Hodgman Home in Broadway. Mothers Know Why Three Generations Use This Proven Family Medicine. Helps2Ways It not only help relieve cold, due to lack of Vitamin A, but soothes coughs and throat irritation resulting from colds. It supplies vitamin A and D. - Successfully used 4r 85 years-strong proof of value - - 472 Iuuiin MEH I CITIZEN'S PARTY FILES 2 PETITIONS Opposition to the Republican slate of candidates for village offices arose last night when the citizens' Party' filed two petitions with Village Clerk Fred J, Betts. Last night was the deadline for seeking places on the village ticket. . Anthony Dee filed a petition as a candidate for mayor and Joseph W. DelSignor filed for police Justice. Dee will oppose Frank P. Lyden, incumbent and candidate for reelection, and DelSignore will run against Police Justice Francis W. Robinson, who also seeks reelection. Other candidates on the Republican ticket, who will have no opposition, are Trustees John Culligan and William J. Wetherbee. TO PRESENT LESSON A lesson on making fabric bags .ill be givtt.,.to members of the Women's Homemaker Club at the home of Mrs. William Bishop, 60 Seminary Street, today beginning at 10 A. M, NEW GRANT VALUES . GENUINE RUBBER SHEETING Width " -lYd. CHILDREN'S DRESSES New Spring Stylet LITTLE BOYS' ALL WOOL TWEED COATS $4-98 Caps to Match, JI M CHILDREN'S SLIPOVER . and COAT SWEATERS Sizes 94 Ml ' 2tofr $ll0U , WHITE BIAS TAPE 5c INFANTS' ANKLETS Sizes CA 4 '2 IOC Pr. WOVEN Easter Baskets M 29c MEN'S ALL ELASTIC GARTERS C0NG0LEUM MATS 1ft 18" x 36 ........ lull 40 27" x 3.9, ........ U3U DISH CLOTHS CHILDREN'S COTTON OVERALLS ( 69c New Spring Styles in Children's & Women's HATS Arriving Daily LITTLE BOYS' WASH SUITS $1.00 I LITTLE BOYS' COTTON SUN SUITS 59c NYLON BABY PANTS Waterproof 79c LARGE SELECTION Or EASTER TOYS 88c to $1.98 . WOMEN'S SUMMER HOUSECOATS W.T.GRANT CO. 147 GLEN ST. GLENS FALLS ',1

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