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PAGE FOUR THE ROCKLAND COUNTT HAVER8TRAW, W. T. JANUARY 31, 1952 NEWS OF CHURCHES St. Peter ’ s (Roman Catholic)* Broadway, the Rev. John A. Dougherty, pastor, and the Rev. Edmund Netter and the Rev. Thomas Scanlon, assistants. Sunday: Masses at 8, 9, 10 and 11 a. m. Monday; 7:30 p. m.. Novena. Saturday: 4 to 6 p. m. and 7:30 to 9 p. m., confessions. Masses during the week: 7 and 8 a. m. St. Mary ’ s (Roman Catholic), Conklin avenue, the Rev. Wiliam J. Remey, pastor. Saturday: 4 to 6 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m., confessions. Sunday: 8 and 10:30 a. m., Masses. Masses during the week are at 7:30 a. m., Saturday Mass is at 9 a. m., followed by religious in ­ struction for the school children. Stony Point Presbyterian, Rev. Luther M. Hollister, minister. Sunday: 9:30 a. m., church school; 10:30 a. m., tower chimes; 10:45 a. m., divine worship; 6:30 p. m., vesper chimes; 7 p. m., Westminster Fellowship Monday: 8 p. m., Opus and Adel- phian clubs meet. Tuesday: 3 p. m., junior choir rehearsal; 7:15 p. m., senior choir rehearsal. Trustees meet the second Tues ­ day of each month. Trinity Methodist, Stony Point, Rev. Otto Jaeckel, pastor. Sunday: 9:45 a. m., church school; 11 a. m., divine worship service. Wednesday: 3:30 p. m., confir ­ mation and membership class. Thursday: 8 p. m., choir rehear ­ sal. W. S. C. S. meets every fourth Sunday evening of the month. First Methodist, Stony Point, Rev. Otto Jaeckel pastor. Sunday: 9:45 a. m., divine wor ­ ship service; 10:45 a. m., church school. Wednesday: 3:30 p. m., confir ­ mation membership class. ---------- 0 — ------- First Presbyterian, Rev. Robert L. Creal, pastor. Sunday: 9:45 a. m., church school; 11 a. m., worship service. The Rev. Albert J. Sanders, pres ­ ident of the Union Theological Seminary, Manila, the Philippines, will be guest preacher. VENETIAN BLINDS CUSTOM MADE TO ORDER 30c SQ. FT. FREE MEASURING - DELIVERY RAMAPO GLASS & MIRRORS 81 N. Main Street Spring Valley 6-1063 Friday: 7 p. m., The Session. Friday, Feb. 1: 7 p. m., Board of Trustees. the Trinity Episcopal, Garnerville, Rev. Claude Francis Stent, S. T. M., rector. Friday, Feb. 1: 8 p. m., Women ’ s Auxiliary meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred Degener. Sunday: 8 a. m.. Holy Commun­ ion; 9:45 a. m., family service. There will be no service at 11 a, m. this Sunday. Monday: 8 p. m., vestry meet ­ ing in rectory. Wednesday: 8 p. m., choir prac ­ tice. IKStRUlOB St. John-in-thc-Wllderncss, St. John, Rev. Claude Francis Stent, vicar. Sunday: 3 p. m., Sunday School; 3 p. m., confirmation class; 4 p. m., worship, with sermon by the vicar. Tuesday: 8 p. m., meeting of ad ­ visory board in the rectory at Garnerville. Haverstraw Methodist, Rev. Fred Jenkins, minister. Thursday, Jan. 31: 8 p. m., choir rehearsal at parsonage, Ernest Lar ­ son, organist and choir director. Sunday: 9:40 a. m., Sunday School, Women ’ s Bible Class, Men ’ s Fellowship; 10:45' a. m., morning worship, Holy Communion and sermon theme, “ How God Reveals Himself ” ; 6:30 p. m., all youths, ages 12 to 24, will meet at church to go by car to Hackensack for University of Life youth confer ­ ence. Monday through Friday: 3:15 p. m., junior class in religion at parsonage until 4:15 p. m. Tuesday: 2 p. m., afternoon study and fellowship meeting in chapel; 7 p. m., pastor ’ s intermediate class in chapel; 8 p. m., study and fel ­ lowship meeting in chapel, Bible study, sharing, prayer. Friday, Feb. 8: Official Board. Pfc. Kenneth J. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis of Grassy Point, who recently spent a 25-day furlough with his parents. Pfc. Lewis, who entered the service in March, 1951, is stationed at Fort Huachuca, Ariz. Before going into service, he was employed by Garnerville Dye Works, Inc. Confidence... in Holt Funeral Service is attested to by hundreds of bereaved families in this area who have turned to us in time of stress. V .... ......................... ImiGEORGE M. HOLTff i ~Jtineml Home Succetser to W.T.Purdy ond Son 50 NEW MAiN STREET HAVERSTRAW Telephone 9-2159 CenitAl Presbyterian, Rev. Har ­ old J. Quigley, minister. Sunday: 9:30 a. m., Sunday School; 10:45 a. m.. Communion Sunday, morning worship and ser ­ mon, “ The Importance of Expect ­ ancy. ” Monday: 8 p. m., Women ’ s Club, combined meeting with the World Service Guild with showing of the film, “ One God ” ; 8 p. m., trustees meeting. Tuesday: 8 p. m., Sunday School staff meeting. Wednesday: 7 p. m., choir rehear ­ sal, Miss Agnes I. Corfield, organ ­ ist. Thursday, Feb. 7: duplicate bridge, Mrs. John Decker, hostess. Friday, Feb. 7: 7:30-9:30 p. m., skating in the church gym, Frank Ecroyd supervising. Churches of Christ, Scientist. That God is divine Love and ever present to lead and sustain man, His image and likeness, will be stressed at Christian Science services Sunday. The subject of the lesson-sermon is “ Love. ” SERVING NORTH ROCKLAND COUNTY FOR OVER SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS Stony Point . Lawrence A. Madar jr of Bay Acres celebrated his sixth birth ­ day Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Keahon of Stony Point are vacationing Florida. T.J.McGOWAN FUNERAL HOME John J. Hamilton, Mgr. When sorrow comes, with the passing of some­ one close, rely upon us to make all necessary arrangements. Our experienced staff is, above all, tactful and discreet at all times. P. T. A. Meets Next Wednesday The regular February meeting of the Stony Point P. T. A. has been changed to next Wednesday, at 8:30 p. m. Dr. Jerome Seides, practicing psychiatrist and a mem­ ber of the planning committee for the Mental Health Association, will discuss current plans to promote mental hygiene education and to help provide a mental health clinic in Rockland County. 133 BROADWAY HAverstraw 9-2130 Cheyenne Raises Chiefs On Wednesday evening, January 23, Cheyenne Council 261, Degree of Pocahontas, held the raising of its newly-elected and appointed chiefs for this teiin. Chief Deputy Margaret Conklin, assisted by Sen­ ior Past Chief Florence Lewis, con­ ducted the ceremoni^. Raised to their respective sta ­ tions were Clertrude Herbert, Pro ­ phetess; Flora Banta, Pocahontas; Lia Tanzi, Wenonah; Anita Zom, Powhatan; Julia Reilly, keeper of records; Frances Clancy, collector of wampum, Florence Lewis, keep ­ er of wampum. Also, Maud Hurd, trustee; Anna Ryan and Mary Schaad, scouts; Evelyn Mariano and Sadie Serena, runners; Cora Leone, Kathryn Weatherwax, Betty Attigliato, Nora Bates, wan ’ iors; Coletta Munderville and Catherine Bed­ ford, counsellors; Marie Sedita and Catherine Bedford, guards; Margaret Conklin, delegate to con ­ vention, and Julia Reilly, alternate. Thomas Ruud Enlists in Army Thomas H. Ruud of Riverside avenue enlisted in the United States Army last week, it was an ­ nounced by the U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force Recruiting Station, First Army, Nyack. Pvt. Ruud said at the time of his enlistment that he had selected the Army as his branch because he plans to apply for Officer Candi­ date School. Thomas 9. Hurley, brother of William B. Hurley of 14 Spring street, has been promoted to cor­ poral at Camp Rucker, Ala., with the 47th Infantry Division. He is assistant supply sergeant with the 747th Ordnance Maintenance Com ­ pany. Jack Raywid, whose wife, the former Rita Willett, is a member of the Public School faculty, has been promoted to private first class at Camp Yokohama, Japan, where he is with the finance department. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv ­ ing Raywid of Broad street. ---------- o ---------- Coming Events There is no charge for listini/ coming events, but copy contain no advertising and must be in the office not later than 5:30 m. Tuesdays for the current week ’ s issue. Written announce ­ ments are preferred. « « * Feb. 1, Food sale sponsored by W. S. C. S. of Garnerville Meth ­ odist church, Wright ’ s store, Sand street, Garnerville, 10:30 a. m. ife * Ii> ' Feb. 2, Midwinter pig roast, Wayside Inn, Stopy Point, 5:30 p. m. on. . * * Feb. 2, Ninth Annual Charter Day Dinner, Italian American Soc ­ ial Club, Julie ’ s Restaurant, 8 p m. Feb. 6, Penny sale. Practical Nurses Association, St. Peter ’ s church hall, 8 p. m. ... Feb. 6. Penny sale, sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary, V. F. W. Post 2803, 8 p. m., V. F. W. hall. Middle street. Rockland K. C. Councils Planning a Blood Bank For C. I. ’ s and Members The Grand Knlghte of the four Knights of Columbus councils of Rockland County met with Fran ­ cis A. Dawson, District Deputy of the Knights of Columbus of Rock ­ land County, this week to discuss forming a Knights of Columbus blood bank, for the Rockland County Knights and their respec ­ tive families. Mr. Dawson appointed Grand Knight Patrick J. Campbell of Triune Council, Pearl River, chair ­ man. Each Grand Knight appoint ­ ed a chairman and two co-chair ­ men for their respective councils. These men will canvass their mem­ berships for possible donors. They will report this Friday evening at Piermont Council and will select a date on which to donate their blood. The bank is under the auspices of the New York Chapter, Knights of Columbus, and is handled by the Red Cross. Fifty per cent of all the blood donated will be given to the G. I. ’ s in Korea and the oth ­ er 50 per cent will be credited to the Knights of Columbus. Each member or any member of his immediate family can draw blood from this bank. A single man may obtain blood for his mother, father or sisters and\ brothers. A married man may obtain blood for his wife and children. All members can get full details from their re ­ spective chairmen. The Knights of Columbus have tried unsuccessfully to arrange for a mobile unit to come into the county several times in the past year. They extend an invitation to anyone who wishes to donate blood for the G. I. ’ s and will be glad to furnish transportation on the date that will be set. None of this blood will be cred ­ ited to the Knights of Columbus but will go to the G. I. ’ s State Championship Sunday at Bear Mt. The New York State ski jumping championship, open to the country ’ s leading amateurs, will be held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at Bear Mountain under the sponsorship of the Telemark Ski Club. Among the jumpers will be Joe Nowak, mid-west champion, who has been jumping at Bear Mountain while stationed at Fort Memmouth; Bemhard Blik- stad of Telemark, and Sigurd Sorensen. Jacob Sorensen, *Sigurd ’ s brother, also may jump. Jacob, who holds the hill record of 165 feet for 1950- ’ 51, has been idle this season with an ankle in ­ jury. Goldstein Appoints Granik Robert R. Granik of Spring Val­ ley has been appointed Deputy As­ sistant Attorney General by Attor ­ ney General Nathaniel L. Gold ­ stein. He will serve with the Claims Division in New York City. Mr. Granik, who was admitted to the bar last October, was graduat ­ ed from the U. S. Military Acad­ emy and New York Law School. He was the seventeenth honor stu ­ dent to be given the opportunity to serve his apprenticeship in the Attorney General ’ s office. After his admission to the bar he was promoted to Special Deputy At ­ torney General and served with Mr. Goldstein ’ s investigation into the narocotics problem. Historical Society TO Meet The fifty-third annual meeting of the New York State Historical Association will be held March 14 and 15 at the United States Mili­ tary Academy at West Point in conjunction with the sesquicen- tennial celebration of the found ­ ing of the Academy. Obituary .......................... . MRS. CATHERINE S. WTcVEIGH Mrs. Catherine S'. McVeigh, who had been ill for many months, died early Tuesday in Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, where she had been a, patient for several weeks Her late husband, Hugh McVeigh, died several years ago. Mrs. McVeigh was born in Hav ­ erstraw, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip Reilly. She had lived her entire life in the com ­ munity. A devoted mother and a good cit* izen, Mrs. McVeigh was a faithful communicant of St. Peter ’ s church. The family has resided for many years at 73 Clove avenue. Her funeral will take place Fri ­ day morning from her home to St. Peter ’ s church, where a fun ­ eral mass will be offered at ten o ’ clock. Interment will be in St. Peter ’ s cemetery under the direc ­ tion of Victor J. Shankey. Mrs. McVeigh ’ s children are a son, William, of Clove avenue, and six daughters, Mrs. Clinton Town ­ send of Hollis, L. I., Mrs. Vincent Hannigan of Grassy Point, Mrs. Joseph Cahill of New York City, Mrs. R. W. Smith of Dayton, O., Mrs. Eugene Stecz of Hudson avenue, and Mrs. Peter McBreen, of New York City. Another son, Hugh jr, died as the result of an automobile accident 12 years ago. ---------- o - ----- ANDREW STALTER Andrew Stalter, a life-long and well-known resident of this sec ­ tion of Rockland County, died of a heart attack Wednesday night at his home on Wall street, Garner ­ ville. He had been suffering from a heart ailment for the past few months. Mr. Stalter was a son of the late William and Kate Stalter and had lived most of his ’ life in Garner ­ ville. He was employed at Letch- worth Village and when he was first stricken, last month, was con ­ fined to the hospital there. He was stricken with the fatal at ­ tack early in the evening and Dr. Emanuel Freund, the family phy ­ sician, was summoned. A call was put in for the Haverstraw Ambul ­ ance Corps for oxygen. The crew, George Dippre, Ronald Lussier and Victor Filgueras, ministered to him but he was beyond their help. Mr. Stalter, who was known gen ­ erally by his nickname of “Bub- by, ” was a familiar figure in this section, particularly when square dances were abundant. He played the accordian by ear, and with his parents, who died in recent years, accompanied many a set and reel in his day. He also was a hunter and fisher­ man of note, and knew practically every game haunt and good fishing stream in Rockland County. When in a story-telling mood, he could entertain hours on end with his tales of the lore of this section of the county. His father, “ Uncle Bill ” to all who knew him, died three years ago on the mountain near his home. “ Bubby ” found his father ’ s body after “ Uncle Bill ’ s ” pet dog came whining down the mountain. “Bubby ” had been In failing health since his father ’ s death. Mr. Stalter, who was 54 years of age, ‘ is survived by a sister, Mrs. May Coyne, and two nieces, Bertha Elizabeth and Ella Mae Conklin, all of Wall street, Garnerville. A funeral service will be held Sat ­ urday afternoon at 2 o ’ clock at his late home, the Rev. Donald E. Williams officiating. Interment will be in Mount Repose cemetery un ­ der the direction of A. W. Dutch- er ’ s Sons. MRS. STANIS ZYMS A funeral service was held Mon ­ day at 2 p. m. at A. W. Dutcher ’ s Sons ’ Funeral Home for Mrs. Freida Zyms, a resident of Congers for nearly 24 years, who died Fri ­ day at Nyack Hospital. The Rev. Hans K. Platzer of Nyack officiat ­ ed, and burial was in Mount Re ­ pose cemetery. Mrs. Zyms, who was 59 years of age, was the widow of Stanis Zyms. She was born in Germany Haverstraw Used Cars Dealer 9W & 202 Haverstraw, N. Y. Tel. 9-2148 JOSEPH T. CARELLA, Prop. License Plates Free With Every Car Down Price Payment 1947 Dodge $ 990 $330 1947 Pontiac Conv. 1050 350 1942 Chevrolet 450 150 1942 Buick Conv, 400 135 1941 Packard 300 100 1941 Chevrolet 400 135 1938 Buick 225 75 1938 Buick 225 75 OPEN DAILY 8 A. M. TO 10 P. M. SATURDAY 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. CLOSED SUNDAYS When we are called to serve, we consider it our duty to immediately relieve the fam ­ ily of all responsibility other than litHc personal family wishes which are carefully respected and followed through. Serving all faiths. Cub Scouts Receive 13 Awards Members of Cub Scout Pack 17 received 13 awards at the Pack meeting January 23 in the Am ­ bulance Center. William H. Mey ­ er III received his Webelbs badge and Cub Scout graduation certifi ­ cate, and was officially welcomed into the Boy Sk:outs by George Speh, troop chairman. Several new committeemen and two new Den Mothers were wel­ comed to help make the Cub Scout program even better this year than it was in 1951. Other awards were as follows: Bob Cat pins and registration certificates to two new Cub Scouts, Arthur O ’ Keefe jr and Victor Young; Bear badges and certificates Feb. 7, duplicate bridge tourn ­ ament, Central Presbyterian church, 8 p. m. * * Feb. 10, ’ 42 Club tea dance, Julie ’ s restaurant, 4 to 9 p. m. • • • Feb. 12, Penny sale, Harold B. Holt Post 46, American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hall, 33 Main street, 8:30 p. m. • • • Feb. 16, Valentine Dance to cel ­ ebrate 50th anniversary of Cos- griff Hose Co. No. 4 at Relief Hose Co. No. 3 headquarters, Conklin avenue. Music by Jimmy Rist and his Rist-O-Crats. ' * • • Feb. 20, Games party to aid Im ­ maculate Conception School, Un ­ der auspices of Knights of Colum­ bus and United Societies of Stony Point parishes, St. Peter ’ s church hall, 8:30 p. m. • « « Feb. 21, Game night, sponsored by newly-organized deacons of Central Presbyterian church. « « * Feb. 22, Card party at Stony Point Ambulance Center, sponsor­ ed by Veterans of Foreign Wars of Stony Point for post building fund Stony Point Burnsbys in New Home Thomas G. Burnsby and family of New York City have moved into their new home on Lake road in the Stony Point development of Jerry Mastromarino, Inc. It also was announced by the Mastromarino sales office Haverstraw that Ray and Clare Carl of Garnerville have purchased to Cary Keesler, John Brackett, I a home in the development, Quentin Mariano, and James Rin-| Work on relocation of'^he brook aldi; Lion badge and certificate to j running along Central highway in Louis Busch; the back part of the development Also, gold arrow points to Den-^ began during the week. This nis Dwyer, Chris Franck, and general cleaning up of the brook James Tamsen; two-year service wiH iniprove and beautify the land stars to James Bender and Kit along the highway, Mr. Mastro- Biittun. marino said. A Seething Tornado of Price Destruction — Starts the Final Windup of This Gigantic Store-wide Sale. COME THURSDAY - FRIDAY ■ SATURDAY Bargains Galore - Throughout the Store WILLIAMS Television Appliance G>. ROBERT WILLIAMS, HAverstraw 9-4512 10 MIDDLE STREET RADIO and TELEVISION » • • Sales and Service BEFORE YOU BUY — Call HAverstraw 9-4512 For a FREE Home Demonstration J f^^^f^^ff^^t**************************************************^ SAVE ALMOST $100 ON THIS BIG MRS. AMERICA KITCHEN #Big 54\ Sink - Deluxe Faucet, Sprayer, two Roomy Drawers, Three Deep Storage Compart ­ ments. ^Two 21\ Base Cabinets • Tops, Black or Red. 0Two 21\ Wall Cabinets - Stor ­ age Space at Your Finger Tips. #Two What-Not Shelves. All This For Only “ Bric-a-Brac ” .95 299 Originallr $369.93 ALL FANS AND ALL QRCULATORS OUT AT COST Duotherm Space Oil Heaters Beautiful cabinets. You get more heat from every drop of oil with Duo-Therm. Clean burning, quiet, low cost of fuel. Reg. 109.93. Sale 67.87 Garbage Disposal Cans — 1>27 Close-out Devoe Paint 30% off Bath Room Scales ............ 7.13 75o Japanese Beetle Trap .33 28.50 Pol Belly Stove....... . OisIT 7Sc Enoz Para Pack Kills Moths ........................ -53 2.49 Heavy Kolled Iron Cords .................. — . 1-77 59c Baskets .................... — .27 S9o Miracle Adhesive .23 15c Rubber Fly Swatter... .03 7.95 Wood Heater ....... 6.23 Baby Chick Hoppers .......... 33 Assorted Bath Room Fixtures .. .27 Porcelain Sink Vriiite porcelain Combination Sink and Tubs with swinging faucets. Reg. $113.00. Sale 97.57 Gardenaid All purpose Garden Tractor. 2.4 H. P. MOTOR. Simple im ­ plement hitch makes it easy to use all attachments. Year round usefulness. Includes Tractor, Mower. Snow Plow, Cutter Bar, Dirt Plow, Disk Harrow, Keg, Value 525.00. Out at 299.00 4.71 69c Vapor Moth Crystals ,37 2.98 Ppultry Water Fountains .... 8ii0 White Toilet Seats 8.95 Eleotrio Kitchen Clocks .......... . ..... 1.25 3 Ft. Wide Rubber Floor Runner ft. . . 11.95 Large Dolls ..... . 4.95 Doll ’ s Trunk .................. 99 5.95 Play House Refrigerators . ................. 99 9.25 Chime Cradles ............... 99 2.50 Cold Pack Canners 1.87 Auto Electric Water Heaters ................. 97.29 2.25 Brick Hod .99 Decals — Close Out ..... 4.23 .83 3.77 Complete line of **DeIt3 ’ * work ­ shop and power tools, all sizes. Band saws, circufar saws, Joint­ er, drill press, lathe, grinder and buffer, shaper, scroll saws. 12,50 Single Hay Harpoon Fork ..................... 1.47 10.50 Cow Stanchions ----- 1.77 50c Checker Boards ........... 13 1.00 Dart Boards .................. 13 1.98 Plastic Waste Baskete .97 Wool Sponges 30% Off 4.50 Side Car Carrier ....... 2.95 1.00 Towel Bars .................... 57 Kerosene 17.47 9.25 Dolls . .Out at 2.77 Paint Rollers ....................... 09 Wooden Out-door Dryer 4.86 Measuring Cans . ..... 1.69 $128.50 One Piece “ Standard ” ToUet With Chrome Fittings Out at 83.47 33.90 Gen. Indirect Water Heater ..................... ^.13.67 2.50 Flat Irons ......... . ...... 1.23 Plastic Bathroom Fixtures ..13 Wood Washboards .17 Bike Baskets ..................... 1,89 3/2 X 314 Steel Butts pr. .20 13.95 24 pc. Fork, Knife & Spoon Set ..... .......... . 9.99 8 Cup Silex Coffee Maker 2.67 Bore In Lock Sets ............. 1.17 Butcher Saws Out At 2.25 2.25 Bird Houses and Feeders ................... ... 1.87 1.00 Hose Connections . .61 50o 6\ Strap Hinge ..... pr. .37 Snow Shovels .97 We are not going OUT OF BUSINESS BUT OUT FOR MORE'. IIou^ 8 to 6 P. M.— Fri. 8-9 Pj M. H A WVER MALE ’ S, Inc. MAIN & FRANKLIN ST., NYACK, NYack 7-0900 N. Y. NEW BARGAINS ADDED EVERY DAY

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