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\t GOP Women's Conference In N, Y. Jnnl 17 and 18 oc2f r fcatir^r e 4 u gL N a a „ Women is scheduled for Thursday and Astor, New York city, with the Feder- ation of Women's Republican Clubs of New York State as hostess, This re- gion serves Delaware, the District of Columbia Maryland, New Jersey and New York. The conference program is one of special appeal to GOP leaders and it is expected that a large erouD of upstaters will attend. Mrs R. Ran- som Elston of Delaware, president of the Delaware Federation of Women's' Republican Clubs, is regional director General chairman of conference ar- rangements is Miss Wilma Sivertsen of New York, widely known among young Republicans, and active in the New York State Federation for some years. The conference program will include a luncheon and briefing tour' of. the United Nations on the opening day of the conference, with Mrs. E. Harry Schnurr, representative to, the UN from the National Federation of Repub- lican Women as chairman. A tea will follow in honor of the National Federation of Republican Women as guests of the Women's National Re- publican club, 3 West 51st St. New York. At6:30 p. m. New York state women will give a reception in the east ball- room of the Sheraton-Astor, with a banquet to follow in the north ball- room of the hotel. Speakers will in- clude U. S. Senator Thurston B. Mor- ton of Kentucky. THE Er*TERPP!,SE, Aj,T£W^»i* Yr, FRIDAY, MAJIC-H ?$„1958 -'<J)l«*.i»*rf*jU™« \„ Announce Engagements M J. jnd Mr$; Kentytfh A.. Wopdr vijle, have announced, the engage- ment of their daughterf Miss $nn Christine Woodwar4,.fc9 ^awremiel* Gepfert, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gepfert, 50 Broedenpk St., Albany. They will be -married June 21, after which they wjl] travel to San Francisco, where Mr. Gepfert will be on duty with the Cpast Guard. Miss Woodward, a graduate of Bethlehem Central High school, is' employed by the New York Tele- phone Company. Her fiance attended RoessleviHe High school and is now stationed in Argentia, Newfoundland, with the Coast Guard. v Mr. and Mrs. Flpyd T. MeCaryille,. 4 Norwood St., McKownville, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Katherine Carol Mc- Oarville, to Edward Arthur Tbemblay, son of Mr. arid sMrs.' Wilfred R. Tremblay, 1232 Western Ave., Al- bany. . The wedding will be July 19. Miss MoOarvilie is a graduate of the Academy of the Holy Names and College of St. Rose. She is a .teacher in the Albany school system. Mr. Tremblay is a graduate of Vin- centian Institute and a Navy veteran. He is a senior at Siena College. Red Cross Drive Workers viUe Mrs. Alton P. Mendleson, Chairman of the' Red Cross membership and A \brainstorming\ fund campaign for the Slingerlands session is planned for Friday morning; Branch,. AJIbany ( County_:Chapter, 'pas- April 18, a program similar to that so announced the names of 'volunteers well received at the winter conference who are serving as captains and of the New York State Federation-in solicitors for her committee. the Hotel Ambassador last January. Round table sessions on campaign publicity, administration, finance and membership also are set for Friday 'morning, with a luncheon and fashion show arranged for Friday afternoon. Luncheon speakers will include Mrs. Peter Gibson of Michigan, president of the National Federation of Republican Women, and. Hon. Katharine St. George, member of Congress from New York. Among Federation presidents ex- pected to attend and take part in the various conference programs: Miss Jane H. Todd, Tarrytown, New York; Mrs. John Morrison Kerr, League of, Republican Women of the District of Columbia; Mrs. Osborne Beall, Feder- ation of Republican Women's Clubs of Maryland; Mrs. Harry H. Beuberger, New Jersey. Teacher To Join Panel A Bethlehem Central High school teacher will be a member of a panel discussing the teaching of basic Eng- lish Apr. 5 in Boston. She is Mrs. Gladys, Hpsey, who re- cently -led a discussion at Albany High school on \Criteria Used' to Evaluate the Quality of Business Education.\ Mrs. Hosey will leave Apr. 3 to attend the three-day Eastern Business Teachers Conference in Boston. Each conference [member.js eligible\-tOj djca^xr, for the Jack Frost $200' scholarship award, jwhjchvgqes..to..aipupil in the. winning teacher's school.' ' , ' , , : Man named Saglio-nas a filling station in Connecticut. His name spelled backward' — \Oilgas.\, Captains are: Mrs. Sidney Kapjan, Mrs. Mason Tolma'n, Mrs. Howard Clayton, Mrs. Robert Taylor, Mrs. Ralph Denby, Mrs. Davis L. Shultes, Mrs. Walter Roberts* and Mrs. Eu- gene Horn. Workers are . Mesdames Charles Kolber, John Buffum, John Heinitz, John Clark, Frederick Hijjl, Charles Dootz, Henry Colling, Thomas Hale| John Travison, George ESckel, Wal- ton B. Sabi'n, Paul Powers, Florence Baer, Sereno Boccar, William Griffin; Rehmi Denton, Charles Dunlop, Ed- ward Gremmler, William G. Bowie, Donald A. MactHarg, Olof H. Lund- berg, -Fred' Goldring, Kenneth Cook, Ramon Pastori, James Laurie, Wil- liam Zimmerman, George Friedle, Harold Fissberger, Herbert Erigei; Albert Davis, James E. Coughtry,, George Foot, John Flanigan, Cuyleri Van De Carr, and Noel Bennett. The quota for Red Cross County, Branches in the current campaign is $25,128. Of this, the . SHhgerlands link quota is $1,155. Delmar Church Arthur P. White,, Douglas C. Smith, ministers. ' , ,. \ Sunday, March 30: (Palm Sunday). 9:30 and 11' a. m. Church school and divine worship. Confirmation, at;- both services. Mr. White's sermon subject, \The Way to Peace.\ . jiyhursjiay, 4grii 3: - 7*30 p f jn.-'O&mmunion service at th£ Reformed aJHich. : Friday/ April 4: 7:30 p. in. Good Friday service in- this church. Advertise in ithe'Enterprise. REFORMED CHURCH Rev. Lpjjis jfi ^Jsif>?n, minister. JO a, nj. Sunday school. 11 a. m- WPF?Wp s,ervlce. Palm Sunday. 'Services are being held each week duujng the Lenten period. On Thurs- day night, March 27, Maundy Thurs- day, communion services will be held in the church beginning at 8 o'clock. At this time the minister, Rev. Louis H. Chisman, wjll he glad to welcome all- Jhose who wish to unite fyith the chtfrch by confession pr by letter. A cordiiu ipyitatjftn is extended to all to atten4 this service. ' The regular session of the Classis of Albany was held in the church on Tues- day March 18. There were 26 present. COMMUNITY NOTES Miss Margaret Hotaling of Peekskill was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Mudge Saturday evening. Mrs. Theodore Hinckley of Burling- ton, Vt.j spent a few days recently at the home of her mother, Mrs. Charles Clarke and family. The Misses Teresa and Eleanor Welch of Al- bany were also recent guests at the Clarke home and of Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Parks and\ family. Frank Moraway, daughter Connie and son Melvin of Albany spent Sun- day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Penk. Mr. and. Mrs. Clyde Irons were guests of Mr..and Mrs. Arthur DeVoe at West Crescent, Sunday. Mjss Judy. Crpunse spent the week- end\ at Vassar College where she at- tended the Experimental Theatre play. Mr. and Mrs.* C. Edgar Wentrick, sons, Bruce and Paul and daughter Lynn were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hewitt in Colonie, Sunday eve- ning. Mrs. Ida Slingerland and Mrs. John Mead were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Slingerland and family, Sunday. Miss Dorothy A. Slingerland enter- tained in her new home at 4A, Martin .Terrace, Albany on Wednesday night, March 19. Her guests were Mrs. Arthur Holmberg, Mrs. Peter H. Long, Miss Ruth Long, Mrs. Leonard Shultes, Mrs. Eugene Morehouse and Mrs. Fred Spore of this place,' Mrs. Arthur Law- ton, New Scotland, Mrs. Stanley—Al- bright, Guilderland and Mrs. Harold Ashworth of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hopkins spent Sunday afternoon, and evening with Mrs. David Haines and Mrs. Cora .Haines at Westerlo. Mr. and Mrs. William Banber were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Young at Clarksville, Tuesday, Wed- nesday, .they visited their son Clayton Barber and Mrs. Barber and family at Westerlo. They were entertained at dinner Thursday night at the home of Mr, Otto Messer and Mrs. Anna Mosher in Delmar. » Mr; and Mrs. Robert Fuglein and children Robert, R*uth and Diane of Voorheesville spent Sunday evening with'' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Irons. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Whittemore announce the\ birth of \their* second son, Mark Hanaford, on March 15, 1958. Mrs, Whittemore is the former B#tty Pert a former resident of Union- .viilev but now of' 218 Lorder Ave., Endicott, N.'Y. ; ; James 'Pauley and Albert J. Bradt •..were.'Mests' r ^a'P%}y given in honor ; dP°the ^'seventh\ birthday of Jimmie Havings' at his home in Delmar Sunday afternoon. Miss Gayle Penk was a week-end _ iest'lSf a\*relafive in Albany. f Mr., and Mrs. Clifford E. Allen, 51 Townsend Blvd., Poughkeepsie, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Doreen Deuell Allen, to John A. Wiggins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wiggins of Uniohville. A June wedding is planned. Mrs. Arthur Mann and Mrs. Charles MesMna of ORelihar attended the Civic Sfusie Concert jat Albany High school Wednesday night, March 19. Miss Ruth Rector spent the week- end with Miss Nancy Hamilton at Lpudonyille. The Home Bureau Extension unit held the monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. William Rourke on Monday night, March 17. ' Mr. \and Willard Bradt, daugh- ter Barbara and son Albert were sup- per gtiests of Mr. and Mrs. Gregor Holmberg, Saturday night. Mrs. ISTiles 'MosHer, Miss Dona Mo- sher, Mrs. : Jphh/Maihias-.aijd Mrs. Irv- ing G, I^oshjBr'were gifests' at a baby shower at..'ti$e home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward (§jles. at Colonie, Tuesday night, Mafre)i,18> Mary. McNamara underwent a tonsi- lectorriy at the Albany hospital, Mon- day. } Mark Mosher has been ill with the measles. PAGE THREE N Wantadr Eflft! for. Library Tree (An\oi#i invitation) Come snpy^Spme sleet, come hail, come ram,; Our egg tree n^ustflpom again, Bringing that:Meet;]fly stery Called Springy D^ar Library. Decorating eggs J? fun, Sp we're\aslU.ng\£Y§rypne Who has 'the least artistic spark Not to keep it in «ie dark. If not for the sake pf art> Paint -mem 'cause y 0U ' re young 9t heart; . And bring them m by April first, So Spring (but not the eggs) can , burst. If You've Payment,; A Wool Apr. 30 If you have gold wool or unshorn lambs since April, 1,1957, chances are you have earned a payment under the Federal wool incentive program.. To collect it, be sure to file an applica- tion at your County Agricultural Sta- bilization and Conservation office, 337 Delaware Ave., Delmar, not later than April 30, R. Alton-Pitcher, Albany Co. ASC committee:-chaiiman, reminded farmers. '' * These applications, ifr. Pitcher said, are to cover wool and unshorn lambs not later than March 31, 1958. If there is any detail of a sale which is not completed ,finpl after that date, the transaction ,,foes over into 1958 marketings and Will be eligible for payment in 1959^^ Miss Janet Houghton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs^iilfr^d; T. Houghton, 25 McCbnnack JUL\ Slingerlands, rep- resented:/ State ?Tifea'chers College in Plattsburgh bverf.the week end at the annual corifiiajepce of the Eastern States Association of Professional Schools for Tellers in New York city. -Mf , A nurse^teactter student, she is training, at Melfgpolitan hospital in New York. ;;'|§. '. PickefforTour A Delmar cofieganiias been select- ed by the Meg&dist Student Move- ment as a rejpffiehtafive in a travel seminar to Eur§||1 ; \He is Frederick Wilson, son of fjjii and Mrs. Warren Wilson of 26 Daioch Rd., and a pre- medical junior.jf|Colgate University. SRR}j||!j5»MCE The Tri-Vill^f^'|S*elcome Wagon Newcombers CfuB%wi]lholdits : spring dance Apr. ll^tfc Aiirania Club in Albany. .\Jj-' f In Gary, Ind^fe. against the law to get on a.^st^fcar within four hours after e^tffigi'eiriic. Ofe^rvHf Week The 4-H Jets of Rotterdam, spent a busy week recently 'in honor* of Na- tional 4-H Week 1 . All 13 of the club members ma^e colorful prigfnal pos- ters and Ijad them on display in the B.ejleyue Shopping District stores. Then on Monday morning the club and their leaders, lyirs. Mabel Logan and Mrs. Mary Vageline, attended the Home Far television show oh WRGB and were asjted to sing \God Bless America\ and repeat the 4-H pledge. We participated in the chur.ch serv- ice Sunday morning at our neighbor- hood church. The folders 'for the church service were paid for by the club in honor of 4-H'ers the world over. During the Sunday school hour a 4-H talk was given by Superintendent Fred Stanton, a former 4-H county agent. Mr. Stanton told how' 4-H got its start back in 1914 by the Department of Agriculture in cooper- ation with the College of Agriculture at Cornell-University. There are 50,000 clubs in N. Y. state and two million in the U. S., of which the 4-H Jets of Rotterdam are proud to be a part. At our Friday night meeting we had a candle lighting ceremony in honor of receiving our first seal of achieve- ment. Mrs. Logan and.Mrs. Vageline held lighted large green candles and as members recited the 4-H pledge all lighted their small candles from their leaders. All ended the ceremony by bowing heads and reverently pledging to \Make the Best Better.\ —Mrs. Mabel Logan. r,DAR At the regular meeting of Tawasen- tha Chapter;' Daughters of the Ameri- can Revolution, Tuesday, March; 18, aj: the Delmar Methodist churchC Mrs. harold Burke, Rochester, state chair- man of approved schools, gave an in- formative talk on our schools. The Na^onal Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution owns and op- erates two schools in the southern mountains, the Kate Duncan Smith D. A. R. Day school in .Grant, Ala.,' with an enrollment of 600, and the Tamassee school in Tamassee, S. C. rollment of over 4Q0, ^,&aiaes,4h'eSfe t#oT|fve c<fe^^#%m** financially aided \by.\©. A. *RJ- - •Mrs,- Burke showed slides; of ,all . school buildings, prpjgpls an,d tstjidenjf.. ... iyfusic for the afteiajbpjri -was funUsh- ed fry Paui JKaht, ^cccfaianist, a young high school sWdent #hb recently mov- ed ' here' from Germany. \ Mrs; \An- drew McConheH'and Mrs. Charles Car- roll were hostesses. A rummage sale will be held in May,. date to be announced later, the money to be used for the scholarship fund. You're an old-timer if you can remember back when a babysitter which is a boarding school with an en- 'was called Mother. wn M Enterprise ads pay — try them. — MAN MADE FUR COATS — BORGANA L'ALLEGRO ORLON - DYNEL PILE - FABRICS Carefully Cleaned Beautifully Finished 6.00 GUILDERLAND PHONE ALBANY 8-3494 >?::.'! \It could only happen once every 50 years 99 \We were celebrating Mother and Dad's Golden Wedding Anniver- sary, and the .house was buzzing with the happy talk of close friends and family. Naturally, I was pleased with the party's suc- cess. But I couldn't help feeling sorry that my sister, jvho lives in California, wasn't with us. Just then, the phone rang. Yes, it was my sister, and her call certainly made our parents' day complete. It could only happen once every 50 years and, of course, it couldn't happen at all without the tele- phone.\ Every day—in so many ways—the telephoned a big help to all of us. Yet, for all it does, your phone MRS. CLARENCE W. BURNS Cheektowaga, N. Y. is one of your biggest bargains. Its price has. gone up far less than most other things ypu buy. NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY Folio Oinics Held At Guflderland Schools Pplio clinic chairman •. Mrs. Anna May Ford,--nurserteacher at the Altar, mont Elementary school, reports that 281 polio -vacdnatiohs '' weste \given at the Guilderland' Gehtral Jffigh schooj on March '20: Drl Arohy, high school physician, donatedthis time f6r the clinic. . Mrs. Pauline /feypsoh,' Albany County DjSpartme^t of# Health,* and Mrs. Dorothy Jenifer,'.nurse^teacher at the high' School', 1 \were in'charge. \Mrs. £ar6hnie 'Brown and Gladys Sivasilian,' D|pfiipient .of |feilth nurses, Mrs.' Eftrdi- Mrs.. Ella 'Arjnstrpng 'and Sliss Eileen Hennessey of the\Guilderiarid Cenfral'Vschodls health -staff, 1 assisted with the,;cHnic. Volunteers included the- r fallowing -registered- nurses:, -Mrs. ggth'Bj^^tej fij|ijfter}an.a,,center; Mrs. Mar# Ma$&toMrsV. June. : McNrven, ana/Mrs,.'^iiel.' \Hifittipson formerly School, dental hygiene teacher. .'• -: ••A%; Vthe - jGidldisaand .Elementary schbbli 350 vaccinations were given on March. 20, wi%. Mrsj Rose Ballender, iSepartelent # Health nurse; and Mrs. Betty Iahdhe; school nurse, in charge, ©rs. ^yerill and Sigsby, school physi- fiahsftWestineie^alid Guuderlarid- lave^erf s'egwi^for |his clinic. 'Mrs. SoMe••:. Ifamiltbii indi^Mrs; Anne 5tfc- P%. *«hoj)l xmsea,- and Miss San, •gft, $&$&%• ^to-1t^S^hel#acHer, tesnstedv . V^blunteeis at this, clinic.were Mrs, .J6hn.R4isS,,^r^i>MattJigw Heri* hett, Mrs. Blanche Witte ahd.Mrs. Pe- W-^Km& K^ti • ^anna. Mrs. &BM^^^ J0h ^ Ktohaley, Mrs ftalph^Beyer an|t IMrs. Bglt jftoffman, Sstgrprise Jds pay — try them. y-aa.***.^*.-* ~:^*--^i*j-j*£W£wA^\J^'&^*Jt<^&.&i£*j*£*t*^*j: 'SH* fc, 5j^.-

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