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PAGE SIX '•iJI • '\ Plans for the annual spring' cltrd party and fashion show W \the Na* State College Dean Says Criticism Ignores Changes Dr. David Hartley, Dean of Men at i Albany State Teachers College, charged THE ENTERPRis^^L^Llifrrll'\ Y \ FRIDAV ' A \B'L 4, 1958 thaniel Adams Blanchard'.vAfhericari 1 last week that many criticisms of pub- Legion Auxiliary Unit, Delmar, are j lie education ignore the changes of ihe completed, according to Mrs. Her- past 50 years, bert E.. Hafley, president. , I TRI-VILLAGE. (Ctottoued'froik Pg|^m^f;' Delmar and Elsmere Mrs. Clarence McVee of Kenwood -. . . Speaking to a joint staff-board of j Ave. was hostess recently at the toir The affair will tie conducted,Apr. I education meeting of the Raven-Coey- ( monthly meeting of the Albany area 25 at 8 p. m. in the post rooms (>n mans-Selkirk Central school Monday i Alumna Club of Delta Delta Delta. Herber Ave. Mrs. Given Hyrtds 'is j ijffght March 24 in the Coeymans sclsoolj Attending were Mesdames Thomas' general chairman. - ' >' • • lie' >said that modern psychology has j Blaisdell, Aldn Hilchie, John Eton'-. Mrs. Thomas Spinosa is in charge I shown that there are different kinds of, d or f_ N. E. Wheeler, Dudly Robinson, of the fashion show to be presented learning. This leads logically to need j Robert Murphy, Howard Crocker and; by Towne and Tweed, Delaware I for different kinds of teaching, He jjypsg x ren e L. Frear. Plaza. She will be assisted by'Mrs.'cited Sigmund Freud's contribution of j .,, d , M L c c m jth of Km. ^LfuJ^™™ and MrS - Hep -|«* ideas that we are all different be- J£ ™ ^ ^iSSd frSfa man Rasker. cause we pass through differing ex- two . week vacat ion at Fort Lauder- penences and that past experience may da]<? Flg ptfffir*t nvp'spnf 3£*rion The second change, according to Dr. Mrs. John -Lee, Elsmere Ave., has Hartley, was the development of demo- cratic principles in education. Most children of the United States must receive schooling through the age of sixteen, therefore, it is important that I we give each child what he needs. Not Christian Science God's infinite power and goodness will be emphasized at Christian Sci- ence services this Sunday. The lesson-sermon on \Unreality\ will include the Scriptural account of Christ Jesus' healing of the woman l on^y & 'Wsr\cWrdren''go''~beyond the who had \a spirit of infirmity 18' three R's if they are to acquire intel- years, and was bowed together, and I ii gen t citizenship, but any child, re- could in no wise lift up herself\ gardless of his background, returned from Memorial hospital and is convalescing, following an appen- dectomy. Mrs. Mae Hornick, 14 Lincoln Ave,, slipped on a scatter rug in her home last Friday and broke three ribs. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin L. Hinsdale of Glendale Ave. entertained on Sun , ,, , day, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eymann - , - u t)e land family of Kingston, allowed to go as far as he can. i Mr and Mrs Thomas E . Schntirr, Dr. ; Hartley said that we live in ajj-^j pl have moved to Mbim y. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hammond •^'/ajiatfelSpld L. Smith, of j? • P^lc fwmmfretMve announced fe&^&SM their daughter, ^isslMriaPSi^ Smith, to Rich- .a»a ; ^MS.liir)iiell, son of Mr, '^M^W^m^ Cranne11 - u ^P5S5-ed for June 'vM^M&m^ graduated from If-^#q% «jgh'schpol t and Cen- g^p^lWomen Hacketts- •S^I'WM* SWsJs employed as a $^Wto*$* Dr - Robert c - H% CranfielJja'l Army veteran, is a gz^diiltg' of Bethlehem Central Hisn^jsch^lnd'the State Institute of Applied 'jfe& and Sciences at Utica. H t ^Nfresident of W. W. Cran- nell Liiijjbl^ £ Coal Co., Voorhees- ville. < (Luke 13). . Correlative passages to be read ^ „„„_ from \Science and Health with Key' dynamicT'soeiety. Schools must change to the Scriptures\ by Mary, Baker t0 meet changing needs. This is a, f Groesbeck P1 were recent euests Eddy include the folowing (243:32- primary purpose of adult education: or ^ roesDeCK ri. were recent guests 3): \Inasmuch as God is good and the opportunity for adults to meet new the fount of all being, He does,,not |.needs. He also pointed out that some produce moral or physical deformity; I groups which offer only destructive therefore such deformity is not real, criticism are doing an injustice to their but is illusion, the mirage of error.\ i 0W n children. The golden text is from Job | At the same meeting David Tier, (35:13): \Surely God will not hear board president, presented preliminary vanity, neither' will the Almighty, r0O m schedules for the proposed new regard it.\^ I junior-senior high school and an ele- ~~ Imentary school in the district's north Camp To Open June 24 ern area. In making his presentation Mr. Tier said 'There is a vast differ- ence between economy and cheapness. While some people are trying, to short- change our children, the proposed build- ing programs are economical, not cheap.\ Mr. Tier was assisted by Andrew Koonz and Dr. John Mosher, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murray of Saranac Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rose of Elm Ave. have moved to Pittsfield, Mass. Mrs. Frederic J. Knorr, Delaware Ave., presided at the tea table at the social hour held following the recent meeting of the writers hour of the Women's Club of Albany, at the clubhouse. Mr. and Mrs. John Brasure of Adams PI. spent the week end with friends at Westfield, Mass. « When Wendy Sue Hauser arrived in this world she set a record for modern babies. Daughter of Mr. Mr., and; *Mrs. -Remsen Meserole Kinne, Jp,,$Jpjfjge ltd., Delmar, have -annpynced^tfi'e engagement of their aaughter,; r 3af ss Reliance Corbin Kin- n i'.'JP- '•%i&rd -James Ricketts, son °J M- : j$nrv Tiibbs Ricketts and ^B^wSefts of Chicago. S'TSfWftiTfg will be June 7. rt ;r?jss.;.^lwie was graduated from w ?%ltfe§oMe£e; Class of '57, and S- ?^P^M|iSy. International Business ^hinesVldfporation, Boston. _ Mr:-\ Wiclfjifts vvas graduated from Oberlin. r G(jf%e,fClass of '54, and in June. -wiU^fe- graduated from Har- vard Mpdjiiif School. He will begin ms iriterriliap at the Grace-New Haven 'Coffiniunity hospital, New Haven, QdM, July 1. _.„ „„„..„. „„„ D .._. „ „„. M ?- andi^ !S- ,.vsrilliam J. Jurinske, and-Mrs. Richard S. Hauser, 245 Mc- | Dai ?«my, ©>hn., have announced the Cormack Rd., she weighed 12 lbs. and •• | n 8 a senie^|,jbf their daughter, Miss six and one-half ounces. Wendy Sue £s? ra p® QsfblBne Jurinske, to Arthur was born Mar. 19 at Albany hospital. l vV >m '' )er MflBfiigh, Jr„ son of Mr. and Her brothers and sisters are Sally, • Ml ^ s - •AnnU^ Comber McHugh, Del Camp (McKownville, day camp for children which was damaged by fire New Year's Day, will open June 24. Stanley Robinson, executive direc- tor, said the celing of one of the camp's eight buildings was burned I board members, and by Peter Fulvioj but repairs have 'been completed. school attorney, and John Brownrigg, The camp, at McKown's Grove,.ac- school architect of August Lux As- ,„ „ .^ „ „ , „ „ ^ -----. mar commodates about 200 boys and girls sociates. Mr. Brownrigg said- that I 11 ; Scott > 9 -' Becky, 6, and Douglas, i\'?i- ' • ..;f • from 4 to 13 years of age. William he \was impressed by the excellent! 3. l rJ*\ll »-#§S ske ' • an . alumna , of Kalbaugh, RPI basketball coach, will work of the citizens' committees and | Mr - and Mrs. Edward F. Nowak, Vfoucner W^e, is assistant adver- again be camp director. the board of education in developing 301 Kenwood Ave., Delmar, announce \ s j?e ^anafpfomotibn manager at the preliminary work for the room the birth of their first child, Kim £ a ™°. s^WWFBR, Baltimore, Md. schedules\ Marie, born Mar. 21 at Brady hos- 5™ e ls :a|-:^iddaughter of the late In a third phase of the meeting deal- Pital, Albany. .^••and^m',peter Stanton Casey, ing with school public relations, Donald I Mr. and Mrs. David J. Rite, Jr., ^ oe ^.<.an$fthe late Mr. and Mrs. H. Barker, supervising principal/ said-Feura Bush Rd., Delmar, are receiv- JO W ! J.uranac|,. Banbury. 'that in order for schols to function ing congratulations on the birth of a' ™ r - ™ffljgh is an alumnus of properly it is essential that the com- son, Timothy Edward, born Mar. 21 ? T a ' m P^ 0 S^|ege, Pennylvania State rhunities they serve know what the at Albany hospital. He has a m ^ s, |?|#<J J° hns Hopkins, Uni- schools are doing, since schools must brother, David, 2, and a sister, Karen, Y^' 81 ^ . ; W a civil engineer with have pubUc support. • 1. me Cny^fpfialtimore.. He is a Mr. Barker introduced Richard S. j Mrs. Leslie Kibbee, Salisbury Rd., '|F^^£«WJ? e Iate Mi \. and Mrs. Weiner, administrative assistant for. entertained members of her sewing -PS? K |#!§n-.0'Connor, Glens Falls, public relations, who discussed the role group recently. Attending were Mes- Strewpr. and Mrs. John B. of professional and non-professional dames Otto Stewart, Edward Kinns, M • \Sh>;pg|delphia. staff members in getting the facts George Casey. .••».«—-- about the school into the community. Mrs. Gilbert Sager of Elsmere Ave. Mr. 'Weiner also' presented a filmstrip entertained with a luncheon bridge REJECf PLUORfDA'TiibN 4~ these/membeii.bf .the Bethlehem town Board met March 2<? and un- animously rejected fluoridation of the town's water Supply, thus following the lead of a poll the week previous, when 63 percent of the voters rejected fluoridation. Couneilmeri, standing from left: Don- ald Gallagher, Edgar-L.. Potter and Donald H. Burton. Seated: John M. Oliver, supervisor, and Mrs. Ruth Westervelt, clerk. ' (Photo Courtesy of the Times-Union) TRI-VILLAGE AREA DfRiCTQIY OF RELIABLE BUSINESS FIRMS TELEVISION SERVICE B. W. Rechnitzsr Evenings & Weekends Only Pnone9-1909 49 Orchard Straet , Slingerlandi, N. Y. BUILDING MATERIAL \* mes Course on the subject. Teachers Salary Notices party Wednesday. Guests were Mes- Delmnir Lumber, and Builders Supply, inc. MORTICIANS Marshall W. Tebbutt's Sons Tel. 9-2212 PETER APPLEBEE 408 Kenwood Ave., Delmar Telephone 9-315\ AAUSICSHOP Musical Instruments. . accessorjas & piano timing ROGER MNUeCli Jr, Phone 9-2348 ' Slingerlands, N. Y. dames Qeorge Lauer, Ralph Miller, .',jfJ^^Mleter J. McKenna, son William Flint, Robert Shelmerdine, ?l^' ia 5l|fe^ Jol »n E. McKenna, George Jones, George Peel, Robert * 9 ^ E W i; §MP e I m ar,.. recently com- *« J At P 'II Peel. Pleted'ithSili'-artillery officer\ basic lgnea At ureenVUiei Miss Pat Cole, daughter of Mr.,C 0 W#^#|p|Artillfeny and Missile I and Mrs. Clyde E. Cole*, 1 Hawley .Schopl3F.pgsK,.€>kla. At the last meeting--of the Board of °t-> Elsmere, freshman at Indiana.rr#^J|j»M?PlHcKiniia entered.; the Education of Greenville Cerittal School, j University, arrived home T*un^^-:^B^jipSilWte#^9ig-7.'• • . -ij /i^was reported that 45 sighed 'Mahry for the spring recess. Miss <^le ,: W''''^eUM-m^^$iofil<f&r 'is aaj.953-' t( notices for the school year 1958-59 had /Mving oii campus in Smithwood- 2 and'iSdiiSSloif ' '\ \\ been retu the Board Two res the filling or one position is still underlPiace the latter part of April. She\1> ; ' ; *«^i«lS1SEJi.i' T..«»J-„ consideration by the Board, and an ex-;is also a member of Oceanides, hon-' nnnUatfflRejpUI;. lUeSflay tension of time for a special reason j orary aquatic group. j • ' ^\:M-®8m?: • was given ahother faculty -member. Mrs. Robert Patton has been elect- The ;bdaiffiSipdlireetors of the Resignations have been received from 'ed chairman of the ^[ainagrael- Pre' Junior 'MfonTan^elufo of Albany will Robert Crosby who will be teaching school group. Other officers recent- act as hiosiijessellSr the annual meet- next year jn the East Greenbush Cen-.ly elected are: Mrs. Douglas Bryson, ing <fi> ! -ibe^Betdpuesday' at 8 p. m. tral School distnct, and from Miss vice-chairman; Mrs. Dale Petersen, at the ,chiffio\v|pf Elections will be wancy Ann Lighthall who expects to secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. William held aUd-'-anfflp?Reports given by be married and to teach next year in Dulany, membership chairman. committee 1 ^n^^fc Mrs. Edward Miss Jean Anne Miller of Denver, Eaton' J of %te%m[jmig 'been nominated Colo:,.daughter of Mr. and/Mrs. Ontar for the-lofS^el-tra^ident Miller, N167 Winne Rd, y 'Delmar, will . T&e first' aMjglljnStall-ation dinner be marfied 8 p. m. Saturday, April 5, planned for'Mj^lf.'will be discussed, to Roland Oberlin Sylling, Denver, •-' ' -i^^S-^'' . - son of Mr. and Mrs. Ofierlin Sylling \ \\\ ' \ Johnstown where her home is located. At Field House Apr. 12 ttg^rtoJ^J^L ^,^?% Methodist church, Delmar. The Rev. ^roy; Saturday evening, April 12/ a t 8:30'p. m. Leonard de Paur, one of America's teadihg conductors, who found and To HoW Open Meeting The isec^n^l^ff^ineetffifg of the Arthur P. White, pastor of the church - year\ is' si|tel||f| , . < - IJie Bethlehem dlrejtted- the famour de Paur Infantry .Chorus, has assembled a brilliant ag- gregation which includes soloists, a chorus- and full- orchestra. will officiate. ,' iChamber ',ofi^pjpnerce Apr. 16 in Mr. and Mrs.' Larry Morway -are .Legion• Kalk-yffM 1 ' 1 -: currently making their\ home with Mr. i The ndmJ!ti^.':C<Jmmittee is to Morway's parents, Mr. and Mrs: El- announce r6fN?ptidhs' for new di- m^r Morway, Kenwood- Ave., Delmar. rectors, wjth; r fn|^1:erm of three of Larry recently completed his service the inne direcp&%-bout to expire. •_ in the United S\ta-tes Air iForee and 1 Plans for':trefattnual meeting in held the rank of lieutenant. ( May will afi^e^.-'made, President Mrs. Burgess Cortd-ny Delmar PL, Harry $eelafr|pj* .entertained with a luncheon bridge? and GARDEN SUPPLIES FIESTAFt GLORION MILLORGANITg LAWN SEED PAX eOW MANURE PEAT MOSS LIME AGRICO VIGORO FERTILIZERS - 5-16-5 - 5-10-16 - 10^6-4 - 6-12-6 - 16-16-16 of Seott's /: PifpdlUpts •;:$?& '•r*t party last Friday. Quests were Mes- dames Frederick Guy, Robert Pfeifj Clifford Allanson, Henry Nachbar, John D. Brown, J. Wallace Campi .bell, Horce B. Casey, George 'Wine- gard. : Mrs. Peter Shrope will serve as chairman of the annual spring buffett dinner dance Apr. 11 a t the Aurania Club sponsored by the Tri-Village Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club. Assisting Mrs. Shrope will be Mes-- dames John Warner, John Hanks and Stuart Massie. Mrs. Dale Knox presided at. the recent meeting of the Women's League of the Delmar Reformed church. Guest night was observed. The program featured a movie, j \'Music In Motion.\ ' . Mrs. Sydney L. Smith, 6 Furahan\ ifi., presented a monologue in six [scenes, \We Would See Jesus,\ Mon- day evening at a meeting of the Wo- man s Association of United Fourth iPresbyterian church, Albany. D Mrs. James McGraw of Delmar was S°sfess to the new member group Of Albany Branch Americart Association of University Women, at a covered 1 ( <iish luncheon. . Assisting hostesses ,87 , Salisbury Rd., entertained ai jgroup of the ydunger set at: hS home..follpwing the Student, assodaJ $9lt ***& at m Bethfehfem- Central Jumorjtigh scfioof last, Friday evei rung. Guests. included the Misses : w&.$m mm mm,, oSS cbrts, Ted Palmer, Phil Sclioonover, I't^ye Gw^-Gharies Russell and' Douglas McAllister. / ,•.-,-«*- -r«*-r •••& en.***. : tThe garden G^p of Delmar Pro- \S^^^P^S* Sta ^ Sion leaded S^c«o*ve K. Cassa- vant, chaifmanWiH preside at the .bUsfrie^;.'s^blfeaMrs! Henyy Nach- edby-'Mesdari»iWing Van Woert,. Steley^G^^lWP^rmei', Stuart S. Belcher.'•' i, '-. 4 S||i:'-' \ . • . » Tlie : LaSi^llsSa societjr-. of the BettlelieWftufiiran' chdi«h will meet 8 p. ni:'Apr;ISPifie cKvffch. Mrs. Berhard W.' =8ei?>ert. Will preside. There will BlAt:diiscus6i6n i ,oh ar- gram'pla^s ivilfeWia- T ^ . „ Mr: ah^'JilfJi^lpley; ReicSf,. S24-A Kenwood- -mtimm. '.«W38K^L *'- birth of a mm^% An% born Feh. Wat AlM&jgMfc m^ .a sister, Susap|t^™l£^ ol< k ^ • Mesdatae^^««et;Quiflt^a> Ruth Gbeiarier tam&&&®$£$, s T(i d ' on tbe refreslpe^\ 1 ** 1 ^ 6 ' 6 ' a £'S! e: meeting^ held^lM^-.KS™? at . * e Delmar Mmmmf^ 1 ^ *°? T m 5 m i' : Honie E^iffimfa* ^S., Harriet! Garden PlftfeKlA;' .:• ;.'&. Ty , i ,,„ i ,| Mrs; Roberlfif^fc ?<$?*> W^anj BTvd was-ho^Si^t ^6 meeMn^ re-: :Mtei, :^eeley <wm J&Pm$L:$3 frector' at 'fl$«S*#ffi'..|P*ft!& t t & American- t&Wffi^-$?W 6i % :Wiiliamsbutg^(^^ > i^^^1 , ? l : a ^ le,cti6ns. of <A$^W$i '• '.!'>• ••^o^'ii • i'W St,, and &;Sharlehe;;,Pendtetonj : : daughter -WM'M 'Sfs- CWtor| been rfFPttWf#J* sotoritv^%^mm Siate Teach* Legion Post To Meet Nathaniel Adams Blanchard Post 1040, American Legion, Delmar, will meet Monday, April 7, at 8:30 p. m., at the club rooms. Post Commander Herbert G. Drew has announced that 130 five-year continuous membership cards and 118 10-year continuous membership cards in the Amerian Legion will be pre-' sented that evening. A large at- tendance is expected. Special silver American Legion emblems will be presented to several Legionnaires who were wounded in combat action. Delmar Camera Club Accounting Filed A judicial accounting of the prop- erty of Mrs. Margaret Playdon Ryan, 425 Delaware Ave., Delmar, an in- competent, filed in County Clerk's of- fice, shows a balance of $69,930.94. ' The report filed by Elizabeth R. Hills, 425 Delaware Ave., as. the com- mittee of the incompetent, v was ap- proved by Supreme Court Justice Bookstein. / Dances At Normanside The Women's Organization of the Normanside Country Club will spon- sor a junior high Easter dance party on April '8,..7#0-11:30 p. m. Music AT „„. , .. „ c ., _ . „, will be provided by the Rhythmaires. Next meeting of the Delmar Camera Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cramer and Mr. Mrs. Marion H. Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Sculer are in charge, assisted by the junior committee: Misses Cynthia Kiley, Jeanne Linnan, Eleanor Newton, Mary Shuler, Joyce Smith and David Brownell, Kirby HannonjaMark Scott, Larry Schultes, Ted. Washburn. club will be held Tuesday, April 8, at 8 p. m., at St. Stephen's Episcopal church, Elsmere. Color slide compe- tition will be limited to portraits of people and still life. There will also be a competition in black and white prints. A recorded lecture and slides rrom the Photographic Society of Am- erica, \Let's Peek Over Their Shoul- ders,\ by Lou Gibson, will be pre- sented. Guests are weleome. Honor Bowlers High scores of the Tii-Town Ladies are: Bea Wiggins, 201-482; Charlotte Genthner, 181-468; Betty Adams, 172-466; Bertha Gerard, 155-454; Kay Evans, 168-447; Trudie HeyL 164-444; Margaret Fursrngn, 175-438; Helen and Mrs. Jack Linden are in charge. Thursday, Apr. 10, a semi-formal senior\ high Easter dance will take place at the clubhouse at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. John Kiley, Mr. and Bonds & Insurance Old Line or Mutual Automobile and Fire CLYDE L. BALL BERNE,. N. Y. \ Tel: West Berne 2601 D6t.Frehch s ,14B-420; v S'ue: , Hehrei;i58^; 417; Pat Williams, 147-411; Connie Baker, 176-403; Janet Crannell, 148- 401. Gifts & Greetings for You — through WELCOME WAGON from Your Friendly Business Neighbors and Civic^ahd Social Welfare Leaden On the occasion of: Chang* of rasidthc* Arrivals of Ntwcomers to community Phone 9-4324 (No cost or obligation) port ant 1st ions you should ask yourself * before you buy a bulk ... .-_», ^jriitMtjCQoMiL .-.•:..:. .;.... '.'•?vi'. :i t^yyitvif.-i . • Will it cool when the, power is off? *Pft Will milk temperature go up between milkings Will it provide cream line cooling? Does outside heal affect the temperature of the milk? Is mechanical agitation necessary be- tween milkings? * St. or call your HoytH^O.alei' lor answers to tht abov. quetli, n » M* VIM C W p«^-M«».ri» i,g|,m. M Divirion, $,«,„. 4, H t 3065 GUiLDERLANiD AVE. iiU' ?hone EL 5-2100 SCHENECTADY low W . 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