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RAverstraw S-2000 The Rockland Cenntjr Time*, Havetatraw, N. Y., October 14, 1971 Page Three ST. GREGORY BARBARIGO Gamervllle Sunday masses at 7, 8. 9, 10, 11:15 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Sat ­ urday evening mass at 8. Confessions Saturday 4:30-5:30 p.m. and after the 8 p.m. mass. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Tomklni Cove Sunday Masses 7, 8 and 10:30 a.m. Saturday evening mass at 8. Sunday Masses in the school auditorium. East Main st., Stony Point, 9. 10:15 and 11:30 a.m. Confessions Saturday 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. at the auditorium, 7:30 p.m. at the church, Tom ­ kins Cove. ST. MARY'S CHURCH Msgr. Thomas Dunn, Paslor Msgr. William J, Ramay, Pastor Emarllut Sunday Masses 8, 10:30 a.m. Week days except Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. Confessions. Saturday, 4-6, 7-9 p.m. Thursday before first Fri ­ day, 4-6 p.m. ST. PETER'S CHURCH 115 Broadway, Havarstraw Sunday Masses at 7:30, 8:45, 0, 11:15 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Svening mass at 5:30. Saturday !vening mass at 7:30. Spanish anguage mass Sunday, 12:30 ).m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OP HAVERSTRAW 14 Fourth st. Rav, Ell S. RIvara Worship Service (Spanish) 10 a.m. Worship Service (English) 11 a.m. INITED METHODIST CHURCH OF GARNERVILLE Rav. Willard Albartin, Pastor Sunday School, 9 a.m. Worship Service 10 A.M. UNITED MEHODIST CHURCH Rosman rd., Thialls Rav. E. Barton, D.D., Pastor Sunday school at 9:15 a.m. Worship service, 10:30 a.m. CHURCH W. Main st.. Stony Point Rav. Caorga H. Freed Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Church service 11 a.m. Garnerville Church Observance Enlists Laymen of All Ages , FAITH CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY 20 Wayna ava.. Wait Havarstraw A. Bartollno : Sunday service. 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, prayer meeting in ' Italian, 8 p.m. . The Rev. David DiPietro will ^conduct evangelistic services on teach Friday evening at 7:45 p.m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF ROCKLAND Full Gospel 'tit Railroad ava., Carnarvilla Rav. Albert DIBarnardo Rav. Anthony Same , Friday worship service for all .ages, 8 p.m. : Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Italian service. ' Church School 9:30 a.m. : Adult Class 9:45 a.m. ST. THOMAS A.M.E, ZION CHURCH ' Rav. Robert Holmes, Pastor 8:30 a.m.. Church ^hool. 11:00 a.m.. Worship service. ■ Wednesday, Youth Choir re ­ hearsal, 4:30 p.m. : Wednesday, Rev. A. Mack Memorial Chorus, 6 p.m. 1 Wednesday, Prayer meeting. ;T p.m. Youth Sunday, 11 a.m., 3rd :Sunday of each month. TOMKINS MEMORIAL CHURCH Tomkins Cova Morning Worship 11 a.m. i-. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Bible Study and Prayer Service 7 ‘ 30 p.m. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Chapal St. Garnarvllla (Near North Carnarvilla Elementary School) ■- « a.m.. Holy Communion. • . ,10 a.m.. Choral Holy Com- n. nunion. Sermon. 10 a.m., Sunday School (Nursery - Grade 6) , Monday, Vestry meeting. 8 D.m. Thursday, rehearsal. Junior Choir: 7 p.m.; Senior Choir: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Altar Boy meeting, . . 11 a.m. COMING EVENTS Rummage Sale: Friday, Sat- On Oct. 17, at 10 a.m., the United Methodist church of Gar- nervllle's lay men, women and teenagers will present a special service which, for the most part, they have prepared themselves for this annual Laymen's Day Service. The esteemed Rev. Willard Albertus, pastor, has been Invited to sit in the pews with his family and the hoi poilol where, it is hoped, he will be able to enjoy the action' \from the other side of the fence.\ Sunday, the 10th, was the of ­ ficial laymen's day in most United Methodist churches as well as in the churches of other denominations. However, it seems that many GarnerviUians were afflicted with \travelitls\ on that day. The local commit ­ tee has therefore wisely post ­ poned the occasion for one week, so they will have more people in the pews. CARD OF APPRECIATION The Stony Point Republican Women's Club would like to express its sincere appreciation to the merchants who contri ­ buted prizes and helped make our fashion show held Sept. 16. iit the Wayside Inn a success. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our deep ­ est gratitude to our friends and neighbors for their kindness and thoughtfulness during our recent bereavement. Also thanks to the Congers Ambul ­ ance Corps and the Clarkstown Police for their prompt response to our calls. The family of the late Fred P. Dick CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our heart ­ felt thanks to Dr. Leo Greco and staff at Good Samaritan Hospital, the Haverstraw Am­ bulance Corps, Haverstraw Policemen Robert Freeman and William Kempsey. the Rev. Wil ­ lard Albertus of the United Methodist church. Garnerville, Rev. Samuel Snodgrass, Father Joyce, the S W. Johnson Fire Company and Auxiliary, Elk Piece Dye Works, the Employ ­ ees of Sambark, relatives and friends for their many acts of kindness and prayers during our time of trouble. Mrs. Margaret LeRoy and family. CARD OF APPRECIATION Many old friends turned out for the benefit Old Timers game, and some people came that I never knew before. To one and all, to the baseball play ­ ers and fans, old and young, I say Thank you, one and all. It is good to know that \Dutchy\ is remembered. Thanks again. From the bottom of my heart. Augustus Frank CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends and neighbors for their help and sympathy at the time . of our bereavement. We are es ­ pecially grateful for the mass cards, flowers, cards, and other acts of kindness extended to us by the Haverstraw Town Police Dept,, Dr. A. T. Marquise and others. The family of Mrs. Ariel Aliton CARD OF APPRECIATION Mr. Roosevelt Kee, Sr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson, president of the Men's Club of Calvary Baptist church, wish to th^k their many friends for helping them in their Men's Day Rally on Sunday, October 10th. Thomas Watson, President SUCCOTH FESTIVAL COMES TO AN END The religious festival of Suc- coth ended with an observance of Simchat Torah at the Congre ­ gation Sons of Jacob on Monday evening, Tuesday morning the final service was held, followed by a memorial service for the dead. STONY POINT CHURCH SMORGASBORD DATE The First United Methodist church of Stony Point will hold a Fair and Smorgasbord Oct. urday, Oct. 15, 16, sTm.' ’ to “ rvings, 1 p.m.. Parish Hall, Chapel st., ® P ™' Garnerville. Tickets may be purchased at the door. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE What does the life of Christ Jesus mean to people in today's CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN world? CHURCH An answer to this question R*v. Grsgorv A. Orots, Mlnistar will be given Sunday at Chris tian Science church services li Sunday, 9:15 a. m.. Church a Bihle Lessoii-Sermon entitle! School. 10:36 a.m.. Worship \Doctrine of Atonement.\ Service. 3:00 p.m.. Anniversary God so loved the world, that Mforshio Service and Silver Tea he gave his only begotten Son, Tu.omiv 7- il n ^ that whosoever believeth in him ^iTieeHnif ''fl ” r>^i?**^^^ should not perish, but have ever^^fXeSie * ’ ' lasting life,\ a Bible text states ® ‘ Thu?lday Oct. 21, ,8 p,m,. Services begin at 11 » m .n World Service Guild, hostess: First Church^of ChristLynch, devotions: Hit, Spring VaUey, N Y Ewv ^\ “ 'ony Stalter, program: »e is invited, The Sunday &hool convenes _ n, j j \ 11 a.m. and a supervised Wednesday, 7:30 p.m,, nmsery is maintained durlna Choir rehearsal. 7:30 ‘ I* church services. P-m- Youth Recreation pro- The Wednesday TesUmony meeting begins at 8 p.m. Every Saturday, 10:30 a.m.. Youth Choir rehearsal. The Church looks upon this service as a \special celebra ­ tion of thanks to God for giv ­ ing Christ to the world — but only as a symbol because all of the people of God who know Him through Christ, celebrate every day,\ Among the trades, professions and other activities represented by participants are: banking, business, church offi ­ cers, firemanics, home-making, maintenance, mechanical, polit ­ ical, retired, students, super ­ visory and teaching — a good cross-section of the community and the church. Keynoters on the theme, \In the Interest of Others\ are Mrs, Robert B. Heminover and man about town, Frederick R. Van- Wort. Mrs. Heminover is a su ­ pervisory Public Health nurse. Each is to give his own \food for thought\ on the theme chosen from Paul's letter to the Philllppians and the Gospel ac ­ cording to St. Matthew., Steven Steiner, the regular or ­ ganist and a student at Nyack Missionary College, will keep the congregation in proper voice and will accompany the choir in several anthems. Leslie Parker, the director, is a teacher, as are several other members of the choir. \Holy Holy. Holy! Lord God Almighty!, a hymn based upon a verse in the Book of Revela ­ tions, Chapter Four, will serve as the processional. Katherine Hankey's late 18th century \I Love to Tell the Story\ will, fittingly, lead the sermons. Fol ­ lowing the recessional, \Have Thy Own Way, Lord!\ Mr. Van- Wort will give the benediction and then his son, Thomas, will lead the closing prayer. Tom is a high school teenager. Other participants and their roles are: Howard \Pete\ Brooks, town councilman and president of the Church Board of Trustees, opens the service and, later, reads the Scripture Lessons. Mrs. James Ironside,- Sion on Worship, business wo- veteran member of the Commis- man and choir member pre ­ sents the pre-service prayer with the choir, while the \Mis ­ ter retired,\ will read any an ­ nouncements to be made and will conduct the ritual of \Wor ­ ship through Sharing.\ Mr. Ironside is a member of the board of trustees. Miss Grace and Barton Hem ­ inover, will lead the prayer of pardon, the Lord's prayer and the responsive psalter readings. Miss Nancy Hekl Will conduct a little known but important Creed \in the Words of St. John.\ All three are teenage high schoolers and members of the Sunday School. Mrs. Richard C. Poynton sr, president of the WSCS and chairman of the Commission on Missions, will maintain the tempo for the reading of the day's special unison prayer. John K. Curran, loyal member of S. W. Johnson SFE Company No. 1 and senior member of the board of trustees, tias partici ­ pated in just about every Lay ­ men's service the church has held. He will present his ver ­ sion of the Pastoral Prayer and conclude with a union prayer. Laymen's Sunday has been celebrated by the United Meth ­ odist church of Garnerville for many years. Although the cast changes from year to year, there are always a few repeat ­ ers who continue to hold im ­ portant church offices. Teen ­ agers are chosen for their in ­ terest and ability and are look­ ed upon as being the church and public leaders of tomorrow. AT DINNER; Officers were installed by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Italian American So ­ cial Club at a dinner at the club's home, Cosgrove ave., West Haverstraw. In the pic ­ ture's first row are Mrs. Kay Plleggi, ser ­ geant-at-arms; Mrs. Mary BuongovannI, re ­ cording secretary; Mrs. Kay Garrison, treas ­ urer; Kay Solurl, trustee; second row, Mrs. FRATERNAL GREETING: Haverstraw Lodge 877, B. P. O. Elks held their annual visi ­ tation by the District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler on Sun ­ day afternoon. In picture from left to right are State Vice- President John Woolley, Ex ­ alted Ruler Robert E. New- ANTI-DRAFT TEACH-IN CHANGES CHURCHES The anti-draft teach-in sched uled for St. Augustine ’ s church. New . City, last Sunday was moved to St. Paul's Episcopal church. Spring Valley. St. Aug ­ ustine's pastor, the Rev. Vin ­ cent McShane, withdrew per- mision for the use of the New City church by the Peace and Life Community. ROSARY SOCIETY PLANS COMMUNION SUPPER The Rosary Society of St. Peter's church will attend the 5:30 p.m. mass on Sunday, to be followed by dinner at the Tor Haven Casino at 7 p.m. Father Smith of Tagaste Mon ­ astery, Suffern, will be the speaker. ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE AT ORANGE COLLEGE A varied list of exhibits and activities — from computers that draw pictures to “ Our Town\ revisited — await visitors at Sun ­ day's 21st anniversary Open House at Orange County Com ­ munity College in Middletown from 2 to 5 p.m. Dr. Robert T. Novak, presi dent, will greet visitors at a 3 p.m. reception in Orange Hall. Mary McArdle, financial secretary; Mrs. Ann Lowe, president; Mrs. Eleanor Gerace, cor- responding secretary, and Mrs. Nancy San- sonetltl, who administered the oath of office; third row. Miss Olga Ann Bronico, historian; Mrs. Louise GIddes, trustee; Mrs. Louise Manfredi, vice president; Mrs. Joan Johnson, trustee. Photo by John J. Flanagan Magician Entertains At Installation Dinner At the installation dinner Sat ­ urday of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Italian American Social Club at the club house in West Haverstraw, entertainment was provided by magician RichOrd Kaplan of Spring Valley, The basket of cheer was awarded to Mary Haight of 9 Havervale lane, Garnerville. The committee included Mary Buongavanni, chairman, Nancy Sansonetti, Louise Manfredi, Kay Pilegpi and Olga Ann Bronico. sholme and District Deputy A. Frank Mueller, of the Hav- erslraw Lodge. Dippre Makes Awards To Pack 19 Cubs At the reorganization meeting of Cub Pack 19, Boy Scouts, sponsored by St. Peter's church. Pack Master Martin Dippre made several awards. Richard and Reinardo Pineiro received Olympic awards earn ­ ed at the family picnic. Angelo Soto was graduated from Webe- los to the Boy Scouts. After the awards. Mr. Dippre met witth the parents to dis ­ cuss plans for the coming year. Louis Olori, institutional repre ­ sentative. spoke briefly to wish the Pack success. OlOKO SALE AT NYACK AIDS HOSPITAL Dioko will have its 116th semi ­ annual rummage sale for the benefij. of Nyack Hospital oper ­ ating rooms Oct. 20 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, Piermont ave.. Nyack. Donations to the sale may be made by calling Mrs. John Nu­ gent jr, Valley Cottage. 268 2806. ROCKLAND STUDENTS WIN HONORS Falrleigh Dickinson Univer ­ sity has announced recipients of_ honors for the spring semester in the evening division on the' Teaneck Campus. Those named to the Honors List are Jho Wax- man, South Nyack; Danny M. Hodges, Suffern; Robert E. Lahm. West Nyack. Named to the Dean's List are Caroline T, Taylor. Stony Point; Ronald W. Schultz, Nanuet; and Bruce E. McKeeman, Valley Cottage. LOCAL CHURCH COUNTERS ELECTION TREND Many churches and other community organizations sched ­ ule profit-making events before election. The United Methodist church of Haverstraw has gone counter to this trend and sched ­ uled the fall bazaar for the Sat ­ urday after Election Day. A spaghetti and meat ball dinner will be the principal attraction at the Nov. 6 event, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 0 & R FILES PLANS FOR NEW FINANCING Directors of Orange and Rock ­ land Utilities, Ins. authorized the filing of registration state ­ ments with the Securities and Exchange Commission and a petition with the state Public Service Commission for the Is­ sue and sale of 1,006,000 shares of common stock by negotiated sale and expected that the fil ­ ing with the Securities and Ex ­ change Commission will take place within a few weeks and that the offerings to be made only by means of a prospectus will take place late in Novem ­ ber. STUDENT ELECTIONS The student government at the Haverstraw Middle School will elect officers Friday. BUMPER STICKERS HANOWRITING ON WAa House POLITICAL ELECT An Experienced Judge John J. REILLY FAMILY COURT JUDGE I VOTE — REILLY ON ROW A Paid for by the Stony Point Republican Committee BEAT THE FREEZE Oil - THE TROUBLE- FRE{ FUEL (NOW IS THE TIME TO SWiT(» TO OIL!) ROCKLAND FUEL OIL co - ik . SERVICE Millions of gallons of fuel oil stored in Rockland County at our Barge River plant. Coll us for heating or oil service. HA 9-5670 EL 6-3899 PE 540n-2 358-0250 Call NearoBt Office FAST24HR DELIVERY IT'S THE GREATEST THING GOING FOR SAVING ! Provident SandL's... ANNUAL RATE 2 Year Certificates $10,000 plus multiples of $1,000. THE HIGHEST RATE PERMITTED BY LAW ORANGEBURG OFFICE HAVERSTRAW OFFICE NEW CITY OFFICE PROVIDENT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION HAVERSTRAW OFFICE: 38 40 NEW MAIN STREET ORANGEBURG OFFICE: RT. 303 AT RT. 340 NEW CITY OFFICE: CLARKSTOWN SHOPPING PLAZA Member Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation

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