New Kingston News: September 10, 2008

New Kingston Valley Grange held their regular meeting Thursday night preceded by a potluck supper.
Lecturer Georgia Taylor announced the birthday of Janet Vermilyea on the 30th. Peg and Bud Barnes, Marian Schimmel, Dave Taylor and Georgia played several tunes on their instruments and asked the grangers to “name that tune.” Her closing thought was “It is better to know a few things that are true, than to believe a lot of things that are false.”
Sandra Greene is our new lecturer. Master Edwin Vermilyea installed her. He also installed Patrick Clark on the third year executive committee.
New Kingston will host the Pomona Grange Saturday. Barbara Clark will be the delegate.
The Grange will be having their annual picnic September 25.
Bud and Jean Gray were Sunday dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter Jon and Diane Ericson at Stamford. Their son Scott will be leaving Monday morning for Scotland.
Frank and Rosemary Wisniewski of Highland Falls spent the weekend with her mother Wanda Lanzi.
George and Liz Chachis of Burlington, NJ visited Andy VanBenschoten and his mother Faye on Thursday.

September 3
Jim and Norma King and daughter Melissa of Rockville, MD spent Labor Day weekend with her parents Doug and Barb Condon. They all attended the Davis and Condon reunion at the Hamden Pavilion on Sunday. Wanda Lanzi accompanied them. Karen Glass of Albany spent Saturday and Sunday visiting them; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Steedman of Albany visited them on Saturday.
John and Shirley Davis also attended the reunion.
Megan Taylor of Rochester spent Labor Day weekend with her parents and grandparents, Dave and Georgia Taylor, who had a family dinner Saturday evening.
Danny and Chris O’Connor of Williamsburg, VA visited Faye VanBenschoten and son Andy Tuesday afternoon.
Bill and Betty Elliott and daughter Marjorie Trelease of Delhi spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her sister Ruth Bullock at Canandaigua and also celebrated a birthday of another sister, Jane Gulvin.