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GREENWICH JOURNAL Page 6 SALEM PRESS Thursday, July 16,1998 S h u s h a n -T h e winners at the Saturday night card party include the following: Women, Phyllis Pearson and Petty Gil­ christ; men, Stanley Cukrovany and Kenneth Braymer; special prize, Ro­ land Lufkin and door prize, Kenneth Braymer. The next parly will be held on Saturday, July 25, at 7:30 p.m. -Union church services are being conducted at the United Presbyterian church. On Sunday, the Rev. Dr Don­ ald Pepper will be conducting the serv­ ice Rev. Heldring vvill be on vacation. -Many from here attended the sen­ ior citizens picnic at Bolton Landing last Friday The food and weather could not have been better -M r and Mrs. David Shaw of Al­ bany visited his mother, £'leaner Shaw, on Sunday -On Thursday, July 16, at 7 p .m , the Washington County Band will per­ form at the Georgi Museum. Bring a lawn chair, relax and enjoy the beauti­ ful music and the beauty o f the grounds -Plans are being finalized for the annual Harvest Day. This year the event vvill take place on August 8 and 9. As usual it will be held at the John R. Rich farm, Dobbin Hill road, near Shushan Kvery year something new is on display and as usual breakfast will be served at 8 a.m. -A memorial service for Ralph J. \Buck\ Nelson will be held at the Georgi Museum in Shushan on Satur­ day, July 18, at 1 p.m. All who remem­ ber him are invited to attend. -Tanya Rivers, a senior at R.P.I., Troy, has been named to the spring honor roll. She is a daughter of Cindy and Audi Rivers. -M r. and Mrs. William Considine and sons o f Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garvey of South Hampton, Mass., have been guests of Elizabeth Bentley. M e t t a w e e T h e a t e r a t t h e G e o r g i Another opportunity is available to see the Mettawee River Theater Com­ pany's production of The Woman Who Fell From the Sky The Mettawee River Company will present the show on the grounds of the Georgi Museum on Wednesday, July 22 Admission is free and is being sponsored by the Georgi Museum. The play, which incorporates masks, puppets and other visual elements vvith music in outdoor productions is under the direction ot Ralph Lee and was designed by him. A more lengthy description o f the Iroquois creation tale appeared on the front page of last week's issue o f The Journal-Press C o s s a y u n a A n n u a l f u n d r a i s e r The Cossayuna Lake Improvement Association will hold a Tag and Bake sale on July 17 and 18, at the pavilion. The event is a fund raiser for the association. The tag and bake sale on Friday and Saturday will be held between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. This is the major event held by the association to raise funds for their projects. Many fine things are being offered at the sale. N e w N e w s D r o p News items for The Journal- Press may be dropped o ff at The Salem M a r k e t. fH^k-up tim e is Monday afternoon. ■ The news drop bag will be located by the bulletin board. W e s t H e b r o n Annual flower show Saturday, July 25 \All Things Bright and Beautiful\ is the theme for this year's annual flower show and luncheon at the West Hebron United Presbyterian Church. The event, the 48th annual, will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p m Saturday, July 25, al the church. The (lower exhibits, craft and gift tables, food and plant sales will open at 10 a.m. on Saturday Bill Eberle will be playing bagpipes outside while the event gets underwav. Luncheon will be served in the fellowship hall at two settings, 11:30 a.m and 12:15 p.m After a program of music from 1 to 1 30 p m , featuring George McGcoch as soloist, Virginia Meyer of Blind Buck road, Salem will speak on \Herbs in Colonial America.\ A dedicated stu­ dent o f history about herb lore, Virginia will be giving an informative and often amusing presentation on the ways in Which herbs were part of the many facets of life in \New\ England. She will complete her talk vvith a demon­ stration o f potpourri making. A special exhibit, titled \Christmas in July,\ vvill be held in the Upper Room during the day. Christmas wall hangings and homemade Christmas decorations as well as some favorite Christmas bells owned by a local bell collector vvill be featured. The bells will include items made from wood, metal, plastic, ceramic, beads, glass and cloth. In addition, Mary Ward, a well-known quilter, vvill show how to make an easy six-pointed star. The public is invited to exhibit in the flower show; there are no entry fees. Participants are asked to bring their flowers and house plants to the church on Friday, July 24, between 3 and 6 p.m. The entries will be judged Friday evening. The church is handi­ capped accessible. For more information or for a copy of the flower show classification sched­ ule, call the event coordinator, Alice Coldwell or the publicity person, Hieanor Randles. O b i t u a r y FRANKLIN E. SHAW Franklin E. Shaw, 80, of West Hebron, died Friday, July 10, 1998 at the Mary McClellan Hospital in Cam­ bridge. Funeral services were held Monday at the McClellan Funeral Home in Salem, with the Rev. Charles Mum, pastor o f the $alpm First United Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial was at the North Hebron Cemetery. He was bom September 5, 1917, in Granville, the son o f Egbert and Bertha (Parker) Shaw. He was a retired foreman for the Herman Isacs Rendering Company in Bridgeport, Conn. where he worked for 25 years. H'S favorite hobby was fisrting. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Albertine (Barkley) Shaw; his stepmother, Stella Shaw of Granville; two daughters, Luella Balogh of Ansonia, Conn and Bertha Rogers of Wolcott, Conn., four sons, Egbert and Earl Shaw, both o f Salem, Franklin John Shaw of Hebron and Eric Shaw of Rochester: three sisters, Carrie Digget of Stratford Springs, Beatrice Roberts and Catherine Bogart, both of Gran­ ville; sixteen grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to Washington County Hospice in Cambridge. Russian folklore at museum The IACA World Awareness Chil­ dren's Museum in Glens Falls will pre­ sent \Russian Folktales\ on July 21 at 11 a.m. On July 30 at 11 a.m., the video. \The Firebird\ will be shown. There is a minimal admission fee. fQQ M f li l H E 854-7909 Main St., Salem m 1 Block North from Traffic Light Lessons, Upgrades, New & Used Computers, Quicktime VR, CD Services, and Office Supplies. Also providing Windows NT Support, E-mail: Ccorner@mailcity.com Com-netcorner@geocities. com 1 Hoars: Mon. Sat. 10 am ■ 7 p , i Closed Sundays — New — Sheet Metal Shop Custom made: # Stove Parts # Plenums *Duct Work * Roof Flashing # Roof Drip & Rake * Decorative Pot Holders * Planters, etc. ♦ We make and repair Maple Syrup and Sugaring equipment!! We will custom build anything you need at very competitive prices. Stock Materials: Galvanized, Copper & Aluminum The Salem Press I t e m s m a y b e l e f t a t T h e S a l e m M a r k e t f a r M o n d a y p i c k u p Or Mail Items To: The Journal Press , P.O. Box 185, Greenwich, N.Y. 12834 FAX # 692-2589 New books at Bancroft library R iv r e s i d e l! r i '> h f s M onarch Auto Body n * H e i g h t s ♦ M j i n t l i t s l i r D q m f ♦ V I •802-362-2344 r The most recent books added to the collection at Bancroft Public Library in Salem include: Adult Fiction: Mahine, Once Upon the River Love; Hambly, Fever Season; Dobyns, Saratoga Strongbox. Wilson, Dream Children; Midwood, The World In Pieces , Hawkes, Surveyor; Ricci. Where She Has Gone; Moran. The World I Made For Her; Bean, draw Victory; Fonseca, Vast Emotions A Im­ perfect Th; White, Quite a Year For Plums; Block, Dirth Shame Hotel and Other; Steel, The Klone and I; Gilstrap. At All Costs, Fielding, Bridget Jones's Diary; Kuban, Marchalands; Wessel, Pretty Ballerine; McGrail, Mrs Ein­ stein; Paulsen, The Transall Saga; Truscott, Full Dress Gray; Brown, Un­ speakable; Westfall, Mother of the Bride; Kennedy, The Job; Huston, Bal­ ance o f Power; Archer, The Eleventh Commandment; Lamb, I Know This Much Is True; Peck, London Holiday; Janes, Salamander; Burke, Sunset lim ­ ited; Hunter, Time to Hunt; Clark, You Belong To Me; Bond, Day o f Wrath; Oates, My Heart Laid Bare ; Gibbons, On The Occasion o f My Last; Mettzer, Dead Even; Kerr, A Five Year Plan; Morgan, Message From Forever; Line, The Chimney Sweeper's Boy; Ozeki, My Year o f Meals. A d u lt Non Fiction: Hanna, Rough Guide to the Millenium; Harris, Build , Upgrade, Repair Your; Brewer. Golf For Everybody; Kennedy, The Cuisines G o o d t i m e t o m e e t w i t h c o u n s e l o r The guidance office at Salem Cen­ tral is open all summer from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Summer is a great time for parents to meet with Don Zarzycki, guidance counselor, to discuss sched­ ules, high school graduation require­ ments, or the college search process. Students are encouraged to come to the office and use the college view computer program and also to look through college catalogs and scholar­ ship information. R e g e n t s e x a m s i n A u g u s t The guidance office will be admin- istering August Regents Exams to any students that wish to retake them. Stu­ dents that have completed regents courses may retake exams in order to pass/raise their previous grades. The exams will be given on Thursday, August 13. Students must register with the guidance office to take an exam by Julv 17. L i v e s t o c k c h a m p s w i l l b e a u c t i o n e d Youth from throughout the state will compete in livestock contests at the New York State Fair to eam the cov­ eted championship award allowing their animals to be sold in the annual \Youth Livestock Auction - Sale of Champions\ Thursday, September 3, Beef Day at The Fair. Twenty-four champions, composed of eight steers, eight hogs and eight lambs will be sold. Each one will have been owned, raised, and exhibited by a youth exhibitor. An overall Grand and Reserve Champion in each species will be sold as well as the Champion and Reserve for each of the three respective weight classes. The sale is the climax o f the live­ stock projects that these youngsters have been working on for the past year. They have selected their animals, learned proper feeding and manage­ ment skills and devoted a great deal o f time to training and grooming their animal for the show ring. Many o f the youth will use the profits from their projects for college expenses or rein­ vest back into their livestock enterprises. The Sale of Champions is a \pre­ mium sale\ where an individual or cor­ porations can support the sale without taking possession of the animal pur­ chased. When the auctioneer accepts the winning bid, each buyer in a pre­ mium sale has two options: a) to pay only the price difference between the market price on that day, as announced prior to the sale, and the actual sale price and not take the animal; or b) to pay the sale price and take the animal. In both cases, the youth whose 'animal is sold receives the sale price. The sale is in the Beef Bam Show Ring. The crack of the auctioneer's gavel will signal its start promptly at 2 p.m. on Beef Day, Thursday, Septem­ ber 3. Individuals or businesses wishing to support the youth of the state by buying an animal are invited to contact Carol Gillis at 581 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse 13209. The 1998 New York State Fair runs August 27 through September 7 in Syracuse. Admission tickets can be pur­ chased in advance or at the gate. The price is less for advance sales. o f Mexico; Mahler, Guatemala; Al- lende. Aphrodite; College Choice & Admissions; Chin, Feng Shui Revealed; Smith, How To Find Your Perfect Goal; Godin, If You're Clueless About The; McKibhen, Maybe One; Hol­ brooke, To End a War; Meggitt, Win­ dows NT User Administrate Sheehy, I 'nderstanding Men's Passages; Rob­ erts, We Are Our Mothers' Daughter. Biography: Manzarek, Light My Fire; Braffett, A Pirate Looks at Fifty; Warner, Dancing At The Edge o f Life; McCourt, A Monk Swimming; Reeve, Still Me; Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder Juvenile: Yorke, Beastly Tales; Royston, Truck Trouble; Hubbard, The Fisherman and His Wife; Burks, Runs With Horses; Arnold, The Chicken Salad Club; Mahy, The Horribly Haunted School; Avi, Poppy and Rye; Cordova, Abuelita's Heart; Sola, Angela Weaves a Dream; Hobbs, The Big Wander; McDermott, Coyote; Wood, The Girl Who Loved Coyotes; Gerson, People o f Corn; Lesser, Storm on the Desert; Lafaye, The Year o f the Sawdust Man; Lawrence, The Wreckers. Record Cassettes: Gilstrop, At All Costs, Vine, The Chimney Sweeper's Boy; McBain, Death Flight; Molstad, Godzilla; Christie, The Love Detectives; Graston, \N\ Is For Noose; Paley, Selected Stones; Mangdin, The Under­ taker's Widow. O r ly k ’s paintings at A lbany G a llery The Albany Center Galleries will hold a free opening reception for two new exhibits, Friday, September II, from 5:30 - 8 p.m. Opening in the Leslie Urbach Gallery are paintings by Leigh Li-Yun Wen and in the upstairs gallery, paintings by Harry Orlyk. Come meet the artists. A Sunday brunch will be held Octo­ ber 4, from 1 1 a.m. to 1 p.m. An inter­ view with the artists will follow. There is a charge and reservations are required. The Albany Center Galleries are lo­ cated at the corner of Monroe and Chapel streets in downtown Albany. W I C p r o g r a m The Washington County WIC Pro­ gram will be holding its scheduled monthly clinic o<i Monday, July 20, at the Salem United Presbyterian Church. WIC which presently has openings, provides supplemental foods to preg­ nant and nursing women, infants and children up to the age o f five. WIC is participating in the Farmers Market Coupon Program which pro­ vides one booklet worth $20 to each family on WIC. The coupons can be re­ deemed for high quality, fresh produce at locally designated farmers' markets. The farmers' market program not only benefits the WIC participant but also the local farming community by bringing added income to Washington county farmers. Further information about the WIC program may be obtained by attending this clinic or by contacting the WIC office, County Annex Building, Lower Main Street, Hudson Falls. River Park show to be f'Snow W hite” The Batten Kill Rambler runs trains on regular runs between Salem and Shushan on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Patrons have a choice o f strolling around the village of Shushan, visiting the Covered Bridge or the Georgi Museum. On Saturdays, the train and the Fort Salem Theatre offer the Children's Theatre at River Park at 10:30 a.m. This Saturday, the show is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. On July 25, the play will be In One Basket. The Ride ’N’ Dine train on Friday, July 24, combines a train ride, dinner on the Georgi Museum lawn, and Singin' In The Rain, a musical, offered by the Fort Salem Theatre. Reserva­ tions are required. Guidance office summer news The guidance office at Salem Cen­ tral School will be open daily, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m., throughout the summer. Families that are new to the district are asked to call ahead for an appointment to register. When K - 12 students register, parents should bring a copy of the most recent Report card, birth certificate, and immunization record. Parents are encouraged to register their children before the last week in August so that records will be available before the first day of school and schedules can be made for 7-12 students. New students may not be registered on the first day o f school, September 8. Salem Central Honor Roll 2nd semester, 3rd term High H o n o r Roll G rade 12 - Kate Aidala, Laranda Ayers, Jessica Baylor, Carrie Boyd, Brooks Dawson, Karrie Dunman, Mattison Durling, Nils Erickson, Craig Fifield, Caryn Fisher, Chris Fronhofer, Joshua Hiekland, Kelly Keyes, Tracy Kitz, Rebecca Leach, Beatrice Malot, Travis McCarty, Christy McKeighan, John McKeighan, Stephanie Miner, Dan Nardi, Megan Norman, Daniel Painter, Danielle Parsons, Laura Poplaski, Brad Saunders, Lacy Saunders, Nathaniel Sheldon, Patrick Sussig, and Mike Zinn. G rade II - Sarah Adams, George Beebe, Jaclyn Flanagan. Jessica Kramer, Oliver Masaba, Taylor McCarty, Robert Moore, Derek Nagle, Kendra Nardi, Shanna Rapp, Kathryn Rasmussen, Jessica Schaffer­ noth, Amanda Sheffield, Briana Sheldon, Jill Spear, Erin Sullivan, Melissa Wadsworth, Timothy Waters, and Ross Wilkins. G rade 18 - Anthony Adler, Alicia Barnes, Scott Clark, Kevin Flint, Amanda Fronhofer, Jessica Gillis, Jacob Merryman, Rachel Orlyk, Jeffrey Rainey, Caitiin Rogers, Morgan Snyder, and Elizabeth Southerland. G rade 9 - Daniel Aidala, Amy Cameron, Sarah Galimore, Jesse Hick- land, Jude Hiekland, Heath Kent, Daryl Keys, Amanda Oswald, Lisa Perkins, Paige Rogers, Michelle Schwab, Jona­ than Shaw, Jacqueline Spear, Crystal Varney, and Cheiyl Zorn. G rade 8 - Sarah Albright, Miranda Allen, Colleen Ayers, Tyler Bixler, Meghan Brown, Erika Carlson, Zachary Conrad, Nolan Cuevas, Erin Dunigan, Lee Foster, Holly Giroux, Rachael Goldstein, Rachel Joy, Ryan Keys, Melissa Leach, Alison Maille, Ashley Mattison, Christina Nardi, Randi Parker, Cory Quackenbus’n, Scott Rishell, Amanda Schwab, Ashley Serfis, Emily Sheldon, Daniel Snyder, Hunter Southerland, Katie Tomlinson, and Lauren Tooley. G rade 7 - Kayla Autrey, Stephanie Baker, Douglas Bardin, Heather Berger, Sarah Besse, Amanda Blanck, Michele Flint, Mary Francis, Zipporah Galimore, Colleen Griffen, Kimberley Harrington, Sarah Huffer, John Korzeniecki, Jessica Kratzert, Jocelyn Linendoll, Collin Lourie, Stefanie McKeighan, Kate O'Brien, Jason Perkins, Monica Pratt, Sarah Russell, Lauren Sheldon, Zachary Waite, Andrew Whalen, Nicholas Woroby, and Tim Zinn. Honors G rade 12 - Sarah Allen, Robert Armstrong, Jennie Baker, Melissa Craft, Jeremy Dougherty, Zachary Dupuis, Karistren Flint, Carl Fronhofer, Jennifer Gleason, Ana Paula Queiroz, and Joshua Rogers. G rade 11 - Carrie Besse, Amy Gilchrist, Chris Justin, Jeremy McKeighan, Meagan O’Connell, Samantha Porter, Tonya Saunders, Scott Thompson, and Patricia Tobin. G rade 10 - Heather Baker, Elena Karabela, Brett Lourie, Seth McEachron, Curtis Nolan, Celestina Pollock, Jami Underwood, and Denver Wilson. G rade 9 - Taylor Cuevas. Cheryl Getty, Kerry Gilligan, Lucy Goman, Jason Krach, Amanda Maxwell, Jennifer Norman, Sarah Parker, Bryan Rich, Mark Thompson, and Adam Tomlinson. G rade 8 - Jarod Barber, Frederick Blanck, Kim Danko, Jesse Dashnaw, Brienne Dupuis, Lenny Eaton, Heather Giroux, Beth Gould, Timothy Guidon, Jennifer Johnson, Ashley Linendoll, Marcy Osterhaudt, Estrella Pollock, Jessica Slater, and Yvonne Steiert. G rade 7 - Dennis Blockburger, Jeffrey Cary, Lori Cary, Kate Eaton, Erin Filer, Gamble Hall, Heather Maxwell, Sarah Moore, Shane Nolan, Samantha Pacheco, Jacquelyn Rapp, Grayson Rogers, Shane Scott, Jennie Shaw, Briana Wilson, and Jessica Wood. L E G A L N O llC E NOTICE TO BIDDERS RE: MILK BID FOR 1998-99 SCHOOLYEAR TO: ALL PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS The Board o f Educa­ tio n , S a lem C e n tra l School, hereby requests se a l e d b id s fo r th e above item to be in ef­ fect during the 1998-99 school year. LEG A L N O T ICE D e tailed sp e c if ic a ­ tions m ay be obtained at the business office dur­ ing th e hours o f 8:00 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. Sealed bids are to be in th e hands o f L inda G iliigan, District Clerk, not later than M onday, A ugust 3, 1998 at 11:00 A .M . T h e y w ill be opened and read at that time. Please mark \MILK BID\ on the outside o f the envelope. LEGALNOTICE The Board o f Educa­ tion, above nam e d has the right to choose the type o f m ilk container, to waive any inform alities, and/or to reject any or all bids. Linda Gilligan, District Clerk Board o f Education 7/10/98 7-16 BULLETIN BOARD is a listing of Special Fund Raising Events, an opportunity for groups and organizations to remind tho public of upcoming events, activities and dinners which are planned to benefit the sponsors - SO words (or loss) is $5.00 for the first waak. A second week has no charge. Over SO words - 8 centsfwori* yment must l» received prior to publication. Every Sunday Chicken Barbecue -A s h lar Lodge It 584 F&AM is serving their \Every Sunday chickcn Barbecue\ behind the Lodge building on the Argyle road, Greenwich. Dinners will be ready at 11:30 a.m. until sold out. Menu consists o f one-half chicken, baked potato, cole slaw and rolls. Flower Show & Luncheon -The 48th Annual Flower Show and Luncheon of the West Hebron United Presbyterian church w ill be held Saturday, July 25 (from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Flower exhibits, crafit and gift tables, food and plant sales will open at 10 a.m. Luncheon will be served at two settings, 11:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Sum m e r C r a f t F a ir & Food Sale “ S u m m e r C raft Fair at the First B a p tist C h u rch, W e st M a in St., Cambridge will be held Saturday, July 25, from 9 - 3. The food sale will take place rain or shine. Rain date for the craft fair is Saturday, August 1. At least 29 craftspeople are expected. Tag a n d Bake Sale -T h e annual Tag and Bake Sale at Cossayuna Lake v/ili be held Friday and Saturday, July 17 and 18, at the Pavilion, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. This is a major fund raising event for the Cossayuna Lake Im provement Association headed by Madeline Woods. Many fine things will be offered. Be sure to attend. C h icken and Biscuit D inner -T h e C o n g regational C h u rch o f Rupert, Vt., will have a Chicken and Biscuit Dinner on Sunday, August 2, starting at noon followed by an Auction at 2 p.m. Said proceeds to help fund their building repair fund. Drawing for a full size flower quilt will also take place at dinner/auction. A rt Show & Sale -B a tten k ill A rt League w ill be holding an Art Show & Sale on Saturday, July 18, from 10 i.m . to 4 p.m. outside Snowbird Art and Frame on Route 22, Salem, next to O aken Bucket restaurant and the State Police building. R e freshm e n ts will be available. For information, call Jane Nichols Bates in Cambridge. Tag Sale a n d Chicken B a rbecue ‘ -O n Saturday, July 18, the Salem Methodist Church will sponsor a Tag Sale beginning at 9 a.m. and a Chicken Barbecue starting at noon at the church on West Broadway. The barbecue will include 1/2 chicken, potato salad, com on the cob, and gingerbread w ith whipped cream. Tickcts at the door. I

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