OCR Interpretation


The Journal-press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1978-2000, December 02, 1999, Image 7

Image and text provided by Greenwich Free Library

Persistent link: http://dev.nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn84031461/1999-12-02/ed-1/seq-7/


Thumbnail for 7
r< &* m Y ouk H qkx W* Call: 692-2266 FAX: 692-2589 Cambridge Mail To: The Journal-Press, P.O. Box 185, Greenwich, N.Y. 12834 Monks o f New Skete to discuss new book The Northshire Bookstore in Man­ chester, Vt; will host The Monks of New Skete on Wednesday, December 8, at 7:30 p.m. The monks will speak at the First Baptist Church and will sign their new book, \In the Spirit of Happiness\ at the bookstore immedi­ ately following. The Monks of New Skete garnered national media attention with their dog training techniques and best-selling books, \TTow to be Your Dog's Best Friend\ and \The Art of Raising a Puppy\. This new book \In the Spirit of Happiness\ explores contemporary monastic life and the belief that human beings were created to be happy, and that the elements of a monk's life-self discipline, solitude, prayer, acts of love and forgiveness are the pathways any­ one can follow to achieve true happiness. One of their famous dogs will ac­ company the monks. A modest fee will be charged, one dollar of which will benefit the Humane Society. ATs River Edge Laura Lee and The Boys Dec. 3 - 1 0 - 2 DJ Kevin Dickinson Dec 4 - 1 0 - 2 Old Schuylerville Rd. (O ff Rte. 29) Schuylerville Two Tree of Light Hospice services Hospice of Washington County, a service of McClellan Health System, announces Ehe sixth annual \Tree of Light\ memorial ceremonies for the 1999 holiday season. One lighting of a Hospice \Tree o f Light\ will fee held at the Port Hudson Nursing Home in Fort Edward on Sat­ urday, December 4, at 5 p.m. TTie other \Tree of Light” will be held at McClellan Health System's Mary McClellan Hospital ih Cambridge on Sunday, December 5, at 5 p.m. in the McClellan * Lobby. Refreshments will be served. The holiday season is a time of cre­ ating and recalling memories o f family, friends, and loved ones. Please join in celebrating the lives of those we have lost. The \Hospice Tree of Light” me­ morial is a time o f sharing, supporting, and healing. Help with plans for Christinas dinner Now that Thanksgiving is past, it is time to organize the annual Community Christmas dinner which has been held for several years. An organizational meeting to plan the affair will be held on Wednesday, December 8, at 6:30 p.m., at the home of Gloria Dawley, North Union Street in Cambridge. New helpers and new ideas are always welcome. The dinner is not limited to Cam­ bridge residents and people from all the area communities are encouraged to attend the meeting. Donations of food and cash from individuals and donations are most welcome. Contact Gloria Dawley or leave her a message on her phone. ORDER YOUR GIFT SUBSCRIPTION THE JOURNAL-PRESS A gift that lasts 52 weeks f Gift card available pr. t We'll mail it Christmas week. 35 Salem Street, G r e e n w ich, NY 12834 692-2266 Wisni t i i i \ i ill m '■>i un i M>\i i (vi. SALES ♦ SERVICE ♦ LEASING \THE D E A L M AKERS\ 1997 International Travel Trailer Greenwich, NY } 2 ft. Awning, roof air, like new! Snow Bird Special S11,950 whakndeak.com € C h e v y - O l d s , I n c . Greenwich 692-2241 ~ 1-800-439-2241 Toll Free See Bob Bassett, Bub Sullivan, Todd Dist«£o, George Whalen, TimJVhaleijgJjerrgJH^^ Lone ★ Star $ 1 0 5 2 Com p lete Pairs of G lasses In c l u d i n g B a y O p t i c a l q u a l i t y c o m p u t e r g e n e r a t e d s i n g l e v i s i o n , o r F l a t t o p b i f o c a l le n s e s S e l e c t any. t w o f r a m e s fro m th e e n t i r e c o l l e c t i o n T i n t s , UV, p r o g r e s s i v e b i f o c a l , tra n s i t i o n s A l l a v a i l a b l e a t s i g n i f i c a n t d i s c o u n t s P e r f e c t fo r s u n g l a s s e s A v a i l a b l e a t ... BAY OPTICAL ( uniiwohaiMi c h.vc hums. c\ duns .mil S.itii j|)|inimmi;ius juikiblc hum inMirjntct jacptal . C-ill fur ilL't.nl' G lens Falls: 152 Bay St. •'792-4140 . Saratoga: i 14 Maple St. • 58\T-2020 G r e e n w ich: 1155 Rt 29 692-2960 Gift shop has large selection Auxilians Barbara Malay, Carol Rich and Joan Van Orden, buyers for The Gift Shop, have purchased many new items for the holiday gift-giving season. There is a large selection of stuffed animals, silver and enamel jewelry, Christmas ornaments, enamel boxes, scented hot pads and travel buddies, tin cookie cutters and more. The Gift Shop is a fund raising pro­ ject of the Mary McClellan Hospital Auxiliary and the profits make up a substantial portion of the yearly funds given to the hospital for the purchase of medical equipment and to enhance the comfort of the residents at the skilled nursing facility. It is open Monday - Friday from 9 a.ui. - 4 p.m. and on Saturdays from noon - 4 p.m. The Annual Auxiliary Christmas Tea is planned for Friday, December 3, in the McClellan Lobby at the hospital from 1-4 p.m. The Gift Shop and The Good Buy Shop will have items for sale that day and refreshments, provided by the Auxiliary, will be served. The pub­ lic is invited to attend this event. The Mary McClellan Hospital Auxiliary has over 200 members and holds four genera! membership meet­ ings a year. Membership in the Aux­ iliary is open to all residents of the area. For further information, contact Barbara Malay in Cambridge. Birth Messina Nicholas and Sarah Messina of Eagle Bridge announce the birth of a son, Albeit David Messina on Wednes­ day, November 24, 1999 at the Mary McClellan Hospital. He has a brother, Vincent and two sisters, Maria and Ni­ cola. Paternal grandparents are Albert and Sharron Messina of Cambridge. Maternal grandparents are David and Susan Morris of Chincoteague, Virginia. Obituary MARY ELIZABETH G DECKER Mary Elizabeth \Liz\ Gabriel Decker, 88, of Cambridge, died Wednesday, November 24, 1999, at the Mary McClellan -Skilled Nursing Facility where she had been a resident for several months. A funeral service was held on Monday, at Ross & Ackley Funeral Home in Cambridge. Buriai was at Woodlands Cemetery in Cambridge. She was bom August 26, 1911 in Hoosick Falls, the daughter o f Howard and Phoebe Page Harrison. She graduated from Hoosick Falls High school and then attended secretar­ ial school. She was a legal secretary for John D. Briggs with the law firm of Briggs, Wilson and Tomasi of Cambridge for 48 years. She was a communicant of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Hoosick Falls and St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Cambridge. She was a member of Capt. Maxson Post 634 Women's Auxiliary and the bowling league. She was predeceased by her hus­ band, Roy Decker and a sister, Helen Woodruff. She is survived by four nieces and two nephews. Memorial donations may be made to St. Luke's Episcopal Church, St. Luke’s Place, Cambridge. il Winter sports results The biggest sports event of the week, was the success of the Cam­ bridge football team returning home with the state championship in Class* D. The win on Friday against Clymer at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, com­ pletes one o f the area's most successful seasons. The Cambridge boys recorded a 12 to 0 season, defeating each rival handily. With the end of the football season, winter sports have gotten underway . Boys basketball ■ Greenwich competed in tlie holiday tournament held by the Greenwich. Elks at the Greenwich Central school. Greenwich defeated Galway 97 to 39. Warrensburg defeated Berlin in the first round also. In the second and final round on Saturday, Greenwich beat Warrensburg 66 to 43. Berlin won the consolation game against Galway. G irls b asketball The Schuylerville girls played in the Cohoes holiday tournament. They lost in the first round, but came back in the consolation game to defeat Waterford 45 to 21. . Salem Winter Sports Boys Basketball Varsity St JV 3 - Cambridge, home, 6 p.m. Girls Basketball Varsity & JV December 6 — Greenwich, home, 6 p.m. 8 — at Warrensburg, 5:30 p.m. Wrestling December 4 - at Columbia (JV tournament) 8 - af Whitehall, 6 p.m. Greenwich Winter Sports Boys Basketball Varsity & JV December 7 - at Corinth, 6 p.m. Girls Basketball Varsity & JV December 6- at Salem, 6 p.m. Hikes this week The Glens Falls Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club will hike up Brothers and Big Slide, eight miles and strenuous, this Saturday, December 4. On Sunday, December 5, the hike is a moderate one to Berrymill Pond near BrantXake. GREENWICH JOURNAL * Thursday, December2,1999 SALEM PRESS Pagft7 32>/2 1514 32'/z 15>/2 27 21 27 21 26 22 25'A 22/2 22Vi 25% 21 27 20 28 20 28 19 29 15 33 Scholarship program Nominations are now being ac­ cepted for the EF Global Citizen Awards - a scholarship program of­ fered by student travel operation EF Educational Tours. Based on student essays, EF will offer scholarships to 12 juniors, 10 from the United Stales and two from Canada. Each student will re­ ceive $1000 toward their college tuition and a ten-day expenses-paid educa­ tional tour of Europe. The scholarship program was estab­ lished to inspire students to think about their evolving roles in an increasingly global community. Applicants must be nominated through their schools. They,, are asked to submit an essay describing how a personal travel experience changed diem and demonstrated their \global citizen\ qualities. In addition to receiving funds tor college, scholarship recipients will travel together in July on an expenses-paid educational tour in­ cluding London and Pais. The dual na­ ture of the scholarship award reflects EPs belief in the'importance of expert- mm UP YOUR M L R by Paul Bodnar With Thanksgiving behind us„ the holiday season is in full swing and; you know what that means, presents for your bowler. There are so many new bowling balls on the market, new gadg­ ets for your wrists, your arms, your fin­ gers, that it is almost impossible to know what to get the bowler. They now have designer shoes, bags, towels,, and, o f course, bowling balls. Did you see the. pro tour with the bowlers using the skull ball? What a change from the equipment o f yesterday that was only black rubber bowling balls. S q much has changed not only the lane conditions and equipment, but the bowlers themselves. So it is difficult at best to know what to get that favorite bowler of yours. When in doubt, get that gift certificate so he or she can pick out their own colors, models or styles they desire. Whatever the gift, the bowler will appreciate it greatly. Years ago I mentioned I wanted a new ball, and I was given a beat up hammer and another year, a plastic rhino. So I guess to avoid confusion, the bowler has to be really specific. I would urge the gift giver to purchase the equipment from a pro shop, not a department store. That equipment tends to be seconds, so make your purchase of a ball at a pro shop in the area. You can't go wrong. The season is fast approaching the halfway point. Can you reflect on your season so far and be happy with it? If not, then the word practice always comes up. Missing those one pin spares really hurts your score, I know from personal experience. There is no excuse for missing a one pin spare, it is just a lack of concentration. Bowling, accord­ ing to some writers, is 70% mental and 30% physical. That is one of the rea­ sons bowlers come in all sizes, ages and are both men and women. The bowler who is older and can no longer roll the big strike ball will still beat the big shooter if he or she can convert their spares. Remember, missing just one spare per game co-'s you ten pins. Over a season doing than your average is ten pins lower than it could be if you had coverted those spares. If you look back and have done a good job of converting 90% or more of your spares, you are having a good year. If not, you must strive to convert the spares. The near impossible splits, try to get the \wood” SCHUYLERVILLE MEN'S Teams Won Lost Al's River Edge 'Hina's DeGregorys Coveville Inn Duval's Vending The Undertakers Lois Lanes Fish Creek Rod & Gun Gamaches Ru-barb Farm Nick's Engine Repair Seymour's Oil Singles-Triples- John Kozersky 250-664, Jerry Rosenbrock 243-642, Chet Rogers 222- 628, Chip Young 225-621, Jeff Lathrop 218-611, WaltBujanowski 244-610, Tim Male 216-591, Larry Charron 246-588, Don Hathaway 225-583, Paul Boivin 205-578, Joe Petralia 215-574, Don I. Seymour 203-571. KOFFEE KLATCH Teams Won Lost Coffee Creams IW i W A Lectra Perks 24‘/i 23 *A Java Girls 21'/a 26'/*> Ups & Downs 2056 27 W Singles-TViples- Cassie Pechette 190-483, Lillian Hakala 169-469, Nancy Demick 164- 436, Connie Green 167-434, Marion Decker 162-431. on them. Every pin. adds up, A game the other night was won by bne pin, so it is critical you get the pins on the im­ possible splits. A split like the 4-6 or 7-10 is not made very often, so unless you are the anchor bowler and have to convert that split to win the game: or face a loss, just get the pins and when you come down to the bottom ofthe or­ der in the tenth frame, you may, have saved your team the game by getting those few pins back in the early stages of the game. That could be your new year's reso­ lution. Convert all your spares, get the wood on the splits, and the strikes will come. WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL Teams Won Lost Eagles 49 2.1 The B. G.'s 41 291 Bobbies Girls 38 32 The Village People 24 46 Singles-Triples- Jody Herrington 162-409, Betty Watkins 143-393, Colleen Crosby 154- 385. FRIDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Teams Won Lost All In The Family 39 11 Odd Fellows 30 25 Hender's Heroes 30 25 Thomas Farms 26 29 Odd Balls 24 21 D.D. 24 31 Mod Squad 19 31 Hender's Bitches 16 39 Singles-TVipies - Men: Lloyd Thomas 204-517, Rich Wulff 181-494, D.J. McDonald 167-478. M o t E v e r y o n e 9 h o p s erf t h e N O R T H P O L E i Shop locally this holiday season and spread good cheer around our community. -We're Your- HUNTING SUPPLIES ------- Headquarters- ------- B u s Wool Clothing by Woolrich and Johnson Woolens Rubber Boots by LaCrosse and Red Ball ICE FISHING SUPPLIES Arriving Daily AI tin.' turner cif !) l \ A u 'lli'e & ym.-vfi'.lwry QUEFNSISl'KY, NY * '98-IJ423 t 'M ’ W-lH.Mi » Von t-n. 9 W-’ Ml. 9.W-4 FRJ£NDS O F SPOUTS B U S IN E S S DIRECTORY mental learning and in the lasting value of global perspective. Each high school in the United States and Canada is invited to nomi­ nate one candidate for the awards. Stu­ dents seeking nomination are asked to contact their school's guidance or career development office for information. Educators may request nomination forms by mail: Global Citizen Program, EF Educational Tours, One Education Street, Cambridge, MA 02141. The ap­ plication deadline is February 15, 2000. EF Educational Tours is a group travel organization dedicated to provid­ ing teachers and their students with op­ portunities to expand their classrooms and broaden their horizons through worldwide travel. A division of EF Education, the world's largest private educational organization, EF Educa­ tional Tours draws on over 30 years of involvement in the fields of language instruction, educational travel, and in= tercultural exchange. B A IN S S E R V IC E C E N T E R A U T O M O T IV E & A U T O B O D Y R E P A IR S NYS Inspections ~24H r . Towing SNOW TIRES JUKI UPS COOLANT SYSTEM CHESXEB Credit Cards/Auto Clubs Accepted Route 22 South Main St. Salem, NY 518-854-3000 MODY AGWAY ENERGY PRODUCTS^ FUELS • SERVICE • EQUIPMENT WE DELIVER PEACE OF MIND® Delivered products and self-service station Routes 29 & 40N Greenwich, N.Y. 12834 692-2291 or 1-800-833-2291 A l l W o r k H i i a r a n i e c d Ford-M ercury-Ford TVucks Jet. Routes 29 & 40N Greenwich, N.Y. 12834 5 1 3 - 6 9 2 - 2 2 4 6 518-792-4540 Derby fluto Body 2 4 ' H our TowiNq S erv I ce F rame STRAiqhrENiNq CompIete CollisioN WorIc GI a SS IlNSTAllATiONS Essrfey Road off the North Road Greenwich, N.Y. 518-692-9702 1 - 8 0 0 - TOW-TRUCK 1 - 8 0 0 - 9 6 9 - 8 7 8 2 M a s ter Card & V i s a accepted 20 Years Experience in Collision & Paint Industry Foreign and Domestic Auto Glass Work HCB, Turn 0fT29 at I.G.A. CorJijj Ave. St John St. E i t Greenwich. N.Y. 12834 518-352-7774 Insurance Estimates Frame: Straightening & Unibcdy Repair Call for Convenient Appoint­ ments HOURS Mon. - Fri. 8.30 - 5:00 Sat t il noon I X f r y m e O n f Restaurant Pizza & Deli ome o f Bwoklyn Pfzza. 692-1084 Rte. 40 Greenwich, NY Take Out Deli Menu Weekly Deli Specials D e livery A v a ilable Advertise Here Call The Journal-Press TODAY 692-2266 or FAX692-2589 U i S D I t u n H i t HI M H O I H I M I I M SALES ^ SERVICE ^ LEASING -THE DEAL MAKERS\ FOR A GREAT DEAL ON A NEW or USED CAR or TRUCK SEE: Bob Bassett, Bob Sullmin, Todd Distasio, Jerry Herbst, or Jjcott Kohler W lflcaM e n f C M B v y - O l d s , I n c . ^ Greenwich, NY ^ whalendols.com M

xml | txt