Page8 CRANFORD (N.J..) CITIZEN AND CHRONICLE Thursday, May 29,1975 -I , "• . " •
Graduation plans feature activities on campus bachelor's degrees May 24 Marietta College, Marietta,
KATHLEEN. O'LEARY. graduated fronUhe university William Victorin of 29 Mendell
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John May 31, when she will receive, Ave., received honorable from the College of srr Ohio. He . received a B.S. A
MOST J. O'Lc-ary of 215 Orchard St., a bachelor of apts degree in mention to the academic
will play the lead role.of Lady theatre arts. '
• Guerrevepc in the Penn-
dean's list at the conclusion of
DENISE EILEEfJ ADAIRV the winter term at Aldexsen-
Elizabeth, Convent" Station. degree.
ELAINE M. DRAGEN 1of CAMILLE MALASPINA^of
FROM sylvania State University - daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Broaddus College, Philippi,
"Players—I*rodtictioft—of—iher "TJarry Adiir, 32 West HoTI>r5t~~ W r V a 7
-Broadway m u s i c a l ' has been accepted, and has
332 South Union.Ave. received 219 Scherrer St. w a s -
a B.S. degree in nursing from graduated May 18 ffom the
. the*- Georgetown University University of Connecticut
School of ' Nursing, School of Nursing, Storrs. ,
UfE "Camelot." Performances jndicated her intention Q f PENELOPE
are scheduled for May 7, 8,.9 attending Ursinus College, ROGERS of Cranford is on the
and 10 -at the University Collegeville, Pa., starting in dean's -li$t"'fpr the second
Washington, D.C., on May 18.
LINDA R. KUHN of 26 of 715 Springfield Ave. was
Theatre in State College, Pa. September. Miss Adair is a semester at Winthron College, Omaha Dr. received a B.A. cited a t the honors .con-
Miss O'Leary will . be _senior a t Cranford High Rock HuM, S.C. degree jn history on May 18 vocation for undergraduates
School. from The King's College, at the Catholic Uniyersity,
. ,KATHLEEN ANN KEEFE Briarcljff Manor, N.Y. , Washington, D.C.
Review your life insurance "program of 'Dartmouth Rd. .and
SHEILA E. VICTORIN, SHERRY SUSAN WEINER of MARTIN STANLEY KANE
periodically, Make sure i) still matches your daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morse St. were awarded MARJOREE U. WAIT of 120
of 105 Wilshire Dr. was Herning Ave. earned a B.A.
family's changing needs and your added
responsibilities State Farm and I can help you LIMOUSINE awarded a B.S. degree during degree in history from
commencement exercises at Dickinson College, Carlisle,"
get what you want out ot lite Let me show you
how. SERVICE WISH I HAD Tulane University,, New Pa.
ARNOLD 'HAP' GARDNER WEDDINGS
arc our specially.
Antiques JUDY LYNN GOLDEN- LAWRENCE STEVEN
BERG of Cranfoxd earned a POTTER of Cranford is a May
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B.S. degree.in education from graduate of Virginia Com-
available in several colors AND
CRANFORD STATION WAGONS •CHARACTER the University of Vermont, monwealth University, Rich-
txprcssscrvKo Burlington. . mond.
276-6867 lo all Airport-". A "Pot Pourri" of gift i t e m s - Bachelor's degree were
her;, .ind Theatres ; KIM A MARTlNELLI of 321
Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there fine china- glass — antique North Ave. was awarded a awarded, by Quinnipiac
27H-1G71 furniture & lamps— B.S. degree in music from College^ Hamden, Conn., to
Skidmore College, Saratoga GEORGE KLEIN of 106
STATE FARM LIFE "one of a kind" collectibles. Springs, N.Y. Elmora Ave. and DEBORAH • ?• * .
SCARBROUGH, of 21 •
INSURANCE COMPANY GREGORY C. BUSCH of 8 Berkeley PI.
Honnre O f f i c e Bloomington. Illinois 105 MILN STREET, CRANFORD. 245-2583
Hoori Tuev \,5, W«d Thuri fr\. l-», S.I »: ]0 j Cloud Sun «. Mon Nomahegan Ct. is among
those graduating May 11 from PAUL LACORTE, son of
Mrs. .Nicholas—St., John
LaCorte of Cranford, gradut^d
from Washington College,
Chestertown, Md., May 18.
\AJestJielJ s rinesi T~ Seigel,
that any member of the American Citizen A?my at the time of
the Revolution who volunteered to be ready for rfiilitary wadding
s'ervice'ai a minute's notice was called a Minute Man — The garden of the Eldorado
Hotel in Tucson, Ariz., was the
setting for the wedding
Sunday of Miss Caryl Lynne
Kramer, daughter of Mr. arid
1W North An. Mrs. Leo D. Kramer of 10
hdDic^You Know ear. todralA*.
-Brown Terr., and—Mark
Dennis Seigel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Seigel of Tulsa,
Rabbi .A.R. Oleisky of
that we here at Harmonia Savings Bank stand ready to Amshei Israel Temple of-
financial questions at a minute's notice . . . and have
JMLMEWHL ficiated at the ceremony,
been doing so since 1 851. . Diet coNtrol Given in marriage by her
father, the bride had .her__
sister, Mrs. Donald J. Pliner .
ceNters of New York City, and the
bridegroom's sister, Miss
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Katherine Seigel of Tulsa, as
Dr. Robert Seigel of Ann
Arbor, Mich., was his •
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attended the University of
YOU CAN BE Arizona a t 'Tucson. Her
The Minute Man, statue that will once again
stand in front of Harmonia Savings Bank at Union
Square commemorates the 16-day battle in which
a small band of Continental Minute Men fought a
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Following a wedding trip to
California, the couple will live
force of 6,000 British and Hessian troops..
In CRANFORD, at United Methodist Church, 301 Llnioln Ave. E at
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Walnut St., on TOosdoys. 9:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., In B E R t f E j
HEIGHTS, at YMCA, 430 Sprlnaflcld Ave., on Thursdays, 7:30 p m ; in ,.
Colonel Elias Dayton, in command of the New CLARK, at Osceola Presbyterian Church, 1689 Rarltan Rd., Wednesdays,
Jersey Brigade, had left a dozen Minute Men in 7 30 p m . in EDISON, at New Dover AAethodist'Church, 690 New Dover
Rd . Mondays,'7 30 p.m.;. in METUCHEN, St. Luke's Episcopal Church,
command of Ensign Moses Ogden, a 19-year-old 17 Oak St , at Rt 27, on Wednesdays, 7:30 p m ; and in WATCHUNG, at
Korvette's. Blue Star Shopping Center,' Route 11, Wednesdays, 7 30 p.m. the KREE way
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possiriWi^ch^k any British advance. They had AQO no barrier -Full or part time
stationed themselves'at what is now Union Square
and at daybreak on Jime 7; 1780, heard the tramp
of an approaching column.
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The troops of the British marched in full splendor NOReGISTRATtONFEEWITHPROOROF-^GURftEWT 4) St.. H Y 1003S • (2111 279-4210
NOrUOS UMOUi (RAINING CINUR
up Old Point Road, now First Avenue, unaware of MEMBERSHIP IN ANY WEIGHT REDUCTION CLUB
impending opposition, and in view of the un-
resisted raids which they hod previously conducted
during the winter, evidently expecting none
IS THE .
Young Ogden gove the command to fire,.and on
the first volley General Trio men Sterling fell, with a
bullet wound in hit right thigh, from the effects of YIELD
w h i c h he d i e d , . n e a r l y a year later the t r o o p i w e r e
thoroughly demoralized, not ev~en a t t e m p t i n g to—
return t h e fire, a n d in obedience" lo c o m m a n d *
g i v e n by Colonel D a y t o n , O g d e n arid r i n M i n u t e
Men retreated up Water Street, now/ k n o w n a* Withdrawals anytime without losing interest provided you maintain a balance Qf $5.00 or more.
Elizabeth Avenue At Broad Street Colonel Dayton
,, ' H ' e i l i v * Annuill'Yiekl Appliei When PMIU.pill mid Intereil Remain on Depoi't lor u Year
received w o r d of t h e a p p r o a c h a n d n u m b e r s of the
enemy, and leaving skirmisher* to h a r a s s t h e
c o l u m n from v a n t a g e points, r e t r e a t e d out West Beautiful enough to be part of a 2000-acre
Jersey Street, old W e s l f i e l d Road a n d G a l l o p i n g Hill
FREE CHECKING ^ * SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES state forest. Close enough to enjoy year-
Road to Connecticut Farms w h e r e the b a t t l e took NO MINIMUM BALANCE • NO SERVICE CHARGE round as a Lakeridge homeowner. You can
place in w h i c h y o u n g Ensign O g d e n w a s killed anti Your Checks Are Absolutely FREE * SATURDAY HOURS spend an entire summer exploring its 5
••> i V iH> , i r ' | . i i i \ i t in open n ilu-iliiMi] oiJoMnl it u l l i h u l ,s r e q u i r e d ol miles of unspoiled shoreline. Or reeling in the
•'• ' . ] • • •" ..'. M l i(i-|..is,l,irs " . *
* DRIVE-IN & WALK-UP BANKING biggest bass you've ever seen. There's
canoeing, sajling and a beautiful, sandy beach.
The f o l l o w i n g m o r n i n g , at a point |ust ea»l of
the present U n i o n Square, G e n e r a l H a n d of the
Uninterrupted peace and quiet 1200 feet
above sea level in the foothills of the
C o n t i n e n t a l force's, e n g a g e d in another b a t t l e tli? BANKING HOURS Berkshires.
Outcome of w h i c h w a s the dislodging'of the British
f r o m strongholds near the Cross R o a d i , a n d their MAIN OFFICE — UNION SQUARE, ELIZABETH SCOTCH PLAINS AND MORRIS AVENUE, ELIZABETH Living at Lakeridge means indoor & outdoor
subsequent f a l l i n g back to their station near t h e 'lobby Daily V A M .lo J P M M o n d a y 6 P M to 8 P M
tennis courts, indoor (j outdoor swimming
lobby Daily 9 A M to 3 P M , T h u r s d a y 6 P M t o 8 P . M .
sound, while Hand look up a position in West pools.-stables and miles of riding and
[)nvc In D u i l y S A M t o 6 P M M o n d a y 8 A M to 8 P M D r i v e In D a i l y 8 A M t o 6 P M . T h u r s d a y 8 A M t o 8 P . M .
Jersey street near the present Cherry Street in
backpacking trails. Plus 2 beautiful lodges
W a l k U p Daily H A M lo 9 a m a n d 3 P , M t o 6 P M WoIV Up Daily 8 A M to 9 A M a n d3 P M to 6 P.M. where you can enjoy things like arts-fc-crafts,
tersection Skirmishes on this ground continued
until the British retroated lo Stolen Island June
D r i v e In K W u l k U p S u t u r d a y V ] A M l o 12 3 0 P M ' D r i v e In &. W a l k U p S a t u r d a y 9 A M t o 12 3 0 P . M . saunas, a gym and more. And in the
winter you have your own private ski area
• right here.
The 2. 3 and 4 bedroom hpmes all have
There is little doubt among historians that the decks, fireplaces, carpeting, and magnificent
checking of- the British cjdvance^firsl launched by r-^viuws.-24-hou^sccurityrunderground- .
the little group c t the ' CToss Roads resulted in utilities, municipal sanitation and water sys-
preventing an attack on the important stronghold terVis are included. Homes priced 542.500 The Lake At Lakeridge
of Morristown, where Washington was encamped to $6.1,750. 9 5 * financing available. (And a M.Y.C. —[Horth on 1-684 (towards Brewster)
and caused the British officers to place a much $"2,000 tax credit, too.) to Exit 9. East on 1-84 (towards Waterbury)
higher estimate on the fighting qualities of the Lakeridge in Connecticut. It's all here., to Exit 20. Morth on R t ^ (tdw3fcja-
Minute Men and the militia Ihis estimate w a i still For an appointment call I -800-243-5374 Torrington) to Exit 46. Folio* sigms;
further raised a few weeks later when the battle toil tree! In CorHArticut call 203-482-3591 to Lakeridge. Burr Mountain Road, ^
of Springfield was fought The Family Savings Bank collect. Open daily 10 to 5. Directions from Burrville, Connecticut 06790.
In ELIZABETH: 1 UNION SQUARE & 540 MORRIS AVE. — 289-0800
In SCOTCH PLAINS. NORTH AVE & CRESTWOOD RD. — 654-4622
F.d.l.C SAVINGS INSURED TO $40,000
Intriguing townhouses in the mountains