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273 South Main Street
Nichols , NY 13812
(607) 699-3851
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Albert Hadley, Interior Decorator to High Society, Dies at 91

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Astor, Grunwald, Paley, Rockefeller, Bronfman, Getty, Whitney and Mellon, not to mention Al and Tipper Gore and Mike Nichols and Diane Sawyer. His taste was relatively spare and modernist, but he was willing to mix ideas, drawing on a deep knowledge of design history. And reflecting his own moderate temperament, he had a keen sense of how much was too much and how much was not enough. He and Mrs. Parish, whose work was more English in style, worked together as the firm Parish-Hadley for 33 years, creating interiors that were always beautiful, sometimes lush but never overstuffed. “Never less, never more,” Mr. Hadley was fond of saying of a well-realized interior. “Glamour is part of it,” he added in a 2004 interview in New York magazine. “But glamour is not the essence. Design is about discipline and reality, not about fantasy beyond reality.” Perhaps his most celebrated work was the library at the ... (New York Times)

Monkees singer Davy Jones dead at 66

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Beatles, Glen Campbell, Leon Russell, Ry Cooder and Neil Young. The group also released the 1968 film “Head,” derided at the time as a psychedelic mishmash notable only for an appearance by Jack Nicholson. It has since come to be considered a cult classic by Monkees fans. After two seasons, the TV series had flared out and was cancelled after 58 episodes in the summer of 1968. But The Monkees remained a nostalgia act for decades. After the TV show ended, Jones continued to tour with the other Monkees for a time, sometimes playing the drums at concerts when Dolenz came up front to sing. Many also remember Jones from a widely seen episode of “The Brady Bunch” that aired in 1971, in which he makes an appearance at Marcia Brady's school dance. In the episode, Marcia Brady, president of her school's Davy Jones Fan Club, promised she could get him to appear before her classmates. The group eventually broke up over creative differences, although it did reunite from time to time for brief tours over the years, usually without Nesmith. In 1987, Jones, Tork, and Dolenz recorded a new album, “Pool It.” And two years later, the group received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. All four, however, came together for a 1996 album, “Justus,” and a subsequent TV movie “Hey, Hey, It's The Monkees!” that saw them still living in the same house and still traveling in the Monkeemobile — just like old times. Jones, who is survived by his wife Jessica, continued to make appearances on television and stage later. But it was the fame of The Monkees that pulled him back to that era time and time again. On his website, he recalled during auditions for the show when all four men finally were put together in a scene. “That's it,” he recalled everyone around him saying: “Magic.” Associated Press writers Nekesa Mumbi Moody and Frazier Moore in New York and John Rogers in Los Angeles contributed to this report. Tags: arts and entertainment, life, entertainment, movies, obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

Coming Soon for Feb. 26 - Gadsden Times

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Anne Batie, 256-492-2739, or email neagslib@comcast.net. The Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery book is for sale. For Turkeytown Cemetery, call Shirley Keeling at 256-492-2898. Contact a member at the Nichols Genealogical Library. Another new cemetery book is “Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery.” The cemetery is on Tabor Road. Call 256-492-1833. “Young’s Chapel Cemetery” is available. To purchase a copy, contact Julia Young, 256-547-8477, or Anne Batie, 256-492-2739. The Reid Cemetery Book is available. It includes information on obituaries, census records, military records and family relationships. To purchase, call Anne and Harold Batie, 256-492-2739.

Coming Soon for Feb. 19 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Anne Batie, 256-492-2739, or email neagslib@comcast.net. The Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery book is for sale. For Turkeytown Cemetery, call Shirley Keeling at 256-492-2898. Contact a member at the Nichols Genealogical Library. Another new cemetery book is “Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery.” The cemetery is on Tabor Road. Call 256-492-1833. “Young's Chapel Cemetery” is available. To purchase a copy, contact Julia Young, 256-547-8477, or Anne Batie, 256-492-2739. The Reid Cemetery Book is available. It includes information on obituaries, census records, military records and family relationships. To purchase, call Anne and Harold Batie, 256-492-2739. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. March 5-8; Amelia Island, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Fla., April 16-20; Mackinac Island, Aug. 12-18. Call Barbara Wideman, 205-594-4289. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, March 25-31, price $569; Mt. Rushmore and Badlands of South Dakota, May 19-27, price $759; and Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam, Sept. 24-Oct. 5. Call Doris Hann, 256-492-3465. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO LANCASTER, Pa., May 14-19. Cost is $468 per person double. Call Belinda at the Senior Activity Center, 256-549-4740. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. June 4-8. Cost is $415. Call Greg Dial, 256-494-4895, Senior Circle, GRMC. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP to Savannah, Jekyl Island and Beaufort, five days and four nights, June 25-29. Price is $411. Ask about trip to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Call 256-442-5394. Sign Up For A Washington, D.C. Tour, six days, five Nights, June 7-12. Tour the Capitol, White House, Smithsonian, Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln and Washington Memorials and several war memorials. Book early with a $75 deposit. Deadline is April 1. For information, call Regina Talton, 256-492-8505. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO MACKINAC ISLAND, Aug. 19-25. Price is $610. Call Dot Godfrey, 256-494-0534.

Francis Meyer Jr., longtime health care executive

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Ann Trybuskiewicz; three daughters, Meredith Meyer-Nichols, Felicia Lang and Tracy Edwards; two sisters, Mary Russo and Carol; and two brothers, John and Joe. Services will be private. (The Buffalo News)

Churchill graduate mourned - San Antonio Express

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
But you would have loved the food.” “I love you and I miss you, Will,” he said. Retired Pastor Bill Nichols reminded the mourners that somewhere in the darkest of days, light comes shining through. He urged everyone to let Patterson's life be a turning point for them not to do what is usual, to let it stand for something more. In a prepared statement, Michael de los Santos, Scout executive of the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, said the Scouts were keeping the Patterson family in their prayers. “Eagle Scouts are rare,” de los Santos said. “And to lose one like this saddens our community.” vtdavis@express-news.net Eva Ruth Moravec contributed to this report.

Churchill graduate mourned - San Antonio Express

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
But you would have loved the food.” “I love you and I miss you, Will,” he said. Retired Pastor Bill Nichols reminded the mourners that somewhere in the darkest of days, light comes shining through. He urged everyone to let Patterson's life be a turning point for them not to do what is usual, to let it stand for something more. In a prepared statement, Michael de los Santos, Scout executive of the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, said the Scouts were keeping the Patterson family in their prayers. “Eagle Scouts are rare,” de los Santos said. “And to lose one like this saddens our community.” vtdavis@express-news.net Eva Ruth Moravec contributed to this report.

John Christopher, Science Fiction Writer, Dies at 89

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
He sometimes wrote four novels a year and went through pen names like typewriter ribbons. He also wrote as Stanley Winchester, Hilary Ford, William Godfrey, William Vine, Peter Graaf, Peter Nichols and Anthony Rye. His real name was Christopher Youd. Each pseudonym telegraphed the genre of the work in the reader’s hands, he explained in an autobiographical essay, whether science fiction, comedy or thriller. “A reader should know what he might reasonably expect under a particular label,” he wrote. The financial demands of a growing family set the blistering pace of his output of books and short stories in the early years, he said. He wrote most of his stories in a single draft, until Susan Hirschmann, an editor at his New York publishing house, Macmillan, cajoled him into rewriting and polishing the young-adult novels that later became the “Tripods” series. He frequently a... (New York Times)

Coming Soon for Feb. 5 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Anne Batie, 256-492-2739, or email neagslib@comcast.net. The Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery book is for sale. For Turkeytown Cemetery, call Shirley Keeling at 256-492-2898. Contact a member at the Nichols Genealogical Library. Another new cemetery book is “Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery.” The cemetery is on Tabor Road. Call 256-492-1833. “Young’s Chapel Cemetery” is available. To purchase a copy, contact Julia Young, 256-547-8477, or Anne Batie, 256-492-2739. The Reid Cemetery Book is available. It includes information on obituaries, census records, military records and family relationships. To purchase, call Anne and Harold Batie, 256-492-2739. The Etowah Historical Society’s Tuesday Coffee Club meets each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Elliott Community Center, 29th Street and Meighan Boulevard. Bring something you would like to brag about or come to ask the history experts for an answer on a historical question. Items for the calendar may be submitted by calling 256-549-2050 or 800-762-2464 or faxing 256-549-2105. The deadline is noon Wednesday.

Coming Soon for Jan. 29 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Anne Batie, 256-492-2739, or email neagslib@comcast.net. The Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery book is for sale. For Turkeytown Cemetery, call Shirley Keeling at 256-492-2898. Contact a member at the Nichols Genealogical Library. Another new cemetery book is “Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery.” The cemetery is on Tabor Road. Call 256-492-1833. “Young’s Chapel Cemetery” is available. To purchase a copy, contact Julia Young, 256-547-8477, or Anne Batie, 256-492-2739. The Reid Cemetery Book is available. It includes information on obituaries, census records, military records and family relationships. To purchase, call Anne and Harold Batie, 256-492-2739.




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