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Altamont enterprise and Albany County post. (Altamont, N.Y.) 1958-1983, April 18, 1958, Image 6

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y'.^tM'kt^&iS^ • Ml ( f i' A •A -4 , il* u r 44 p; iv<;-- PAGfc SIX TWE teiWEWMWMSriteJbi^ rwiDxv, APftiiL % rat 'JFor\; FiritJst Ajiipincjerjients SCHENECTADY 3fRAVEL 32? State St, ^SCHEHE^APY -:.. .... ./ ''i--- :..-jii\ | ; ,..i ,n,. BUREAU, Inc. pjione FR7-850* Does Your ferf ClY When JrRains? We can dry those ltears»wit»i' Bwrricane-proof Steep-roof Shingles or Guaranteed Flatrroo'f Coatings Any type Roof'or Siding Work Within 50 Miles Nothing Down . . As Little As ?L50 Weekly (FIRST PAYMENT JULY) Storm Window % Price Sale (Reg. $14.70) $7.35 (TILT ACTION) $14.70 for 1st Window - 2nd Window $7;35. Also Free Door Offer. EMPIRE Home Supply Co., 397 Clinton Ave., Albany Buy Prosperity! Do It Now! Create a Job! Phone 4-8505 TRI-VILLAGE £M (Continued from feiig$£ Christian Science The spiritual relationship of God and man will be brought out at Christian Science services Sunday m the lesson-sermon entitled \Doctrine of Atonement.\ Scriptural selections to be read include the following from John spa FOOD SALE SATURDAY The Selkirk Parent-Teacher as- \Beautify; VAII Visor .JohClff irking on a ll&oject. Super- constructed to 1954. il%\ a nnounced. be red *ile. The ropf 'will \These words spake' Mafrda3's , ;^|rR •ril nn his eves to folks- •\««' i&vM , _,, tjlean up bri- WxWm an\ fall on and storage rooj * I9W ys'%ecause most Second and thin Ther«e will be -a library, workshop on--the first floor. floors will include The Avenue's Most Popular Rendezvous' RESTAURANT and GRILL 531 CENTRAL AVE. 794 CUNTON AVE. AtBANY, N. r. \Dixieland\ EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT By the \RIVERBOAT S2X\ it Banquets, Luncheons, Weddirtg Receptions In Our 2 Beautiful Redecorated Dining Roomsl Information Coll Alb. 890460, 2-9752| Jesus' and lifted* \up\ his eyes to fo!kfeW#||Pi^iing on week-. rooms for 23 studen'ts and studies, hpave'n and said, Father, the hour is .ends, Mr. : -&iill£Mined. and bedrooms for supervisory person come glorify thy Son, that thy Son | ^-^aWlSt-& 28-29, May nel. also may glorify thee: . . .Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their word; That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in and I in thee, that they also be one in us: that the world believe that thou hast sent i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That LICENSE No. 9-SL-81 has been issued to the under- signed to sell LIQUOR, WINE, CIDER and BEER at re- tail in an Eating- Place, under the Alcoholic Beverage Con- trol Law/at Zane & Bill's Restaurant, Route 20, Western Turnpike, Town of Guilderland, Albany County, N. Y., for on-premises consumption. WILLIAM J. TOMAJER and ZANAH TOMAJER D.B.A. ZANE and BILL'S R. D. 1 ALTAMONT, NEW YORK me, may may me.\ .. , „ T , , Readings from \Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures\ by Mary Baker Eddy will include the follow- ing (336:25-26): \God the divine Principle of men, and man in God's likeness are inseparable, harmonious, and eternal.\ Delmar Camera Club At the last meeting of the Delmar Camera Club the top color slides were chosen by vote of the member- ship. In the portrait class, winners were: First, Window Lighted, Ed Feth; second, Caroline, William Ben- nett; third, Carol, Jessie Varian; fourth, The Cat's Meow, Alice Port- er; fifth, Gail, Jessie Varian. In the still life class, first place went to Still Life by George Van Hoesen; second to Have Some Fruit by Mary Nardone; third to Ageless by Ken Goeldner. In the black and white print com- petition first place went to William Bennett for Church in the Dell; sec- ond to P. H. Hotchkiss for Pemi- quis Light; third to William Bennett for Empty Corral; fourth to Rev. Charles Kaulfiiss for Snow Crosses; fifth, George Martin for Fishing Boats. 5-6--'and7i^flp;i R#ilS5Shl%i»«,6icked up from in frori$ : \6f tol^Sm trucks ' The \\• -\\n •\•'•'•' '.iMage residents to yfet-and leave the fiiiirb. campaig MB clean- ttp-^iii trash nesfifr- St. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Harold <F. iHinfnan, 41 Douglas Rd„ Delmar, have an- . .. nouneed the engagement of their! m&i TO MEET daughter, Miss Joyce Hinman, to H. '\ *•'••- . „, - , Whitney Butterfield, son of the Rev. yajurch Woman s Harvey D. Butterfield and Mrs. But- terfield, Burlington, Vt. Miss. Hinman is a graduate of Al- bany Academy for Girls and now is attending the University of Vermont where she is jt member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. » Mr. Butterfield attended Rutland High school and is a graduate of enox School, Lenox, Mass. He also is a student at the University of Vermont. NOTICE IS HEREGY GIVEN That LICENSE No. 9-SL-51 has been issued to the under- signed to sell LIQUOR, WINE and BEER at retail in an Eating Place, under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, in HAYDEN'S RESTAURANT, at Warner's Lake, in the Town' of Berne, Albany County, N. Y., for on-premises consumption. THOMAS HAYDEN Star Route, Altamont, N. Y. Slingerlands 4-H News The Slingerlands 4-H club met on Apr. 12 at the home of the leader, Mrs. Edward Kleinke. Two mem- bers were found absent. Jean Engel w& welcomed back into the club and Joan Gray is a new member. The members are still working on posters and demonstrations. After the meeting those present sang \Happy Birthday\ to Linda Springer and helped eat her birthday cake. —Carole Kleinke, reporter. i Wed 25 Years yw&®sw*r^&?®>£ -NOW THE SEASON k BILL'S RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL BAR Western Tufrnpike -L U. S. Route 20 (13 Miles West of Albany) IT'S A LOVELY DRIVE OUT to ZANE & BILL'S . . BRING THE FAMILY TOMORROW Specializing in Delicious — H 0 M ECO OKED FOOD- FULL COURSE DINNERS VISIT OUR NEW COCKTAIL BAR Your favorite drinks mixed the way you like 'em! Mr and Mrs. Howard L. Rice of 55 Salisbury Rd., Elsmere, are cele-^ brating their silver wedding anniver-i sary by haying, a family reunion ati their home this 'we&k end, ending with: a J dmner party at the Normftnside Country Club. They have three children, Joan,. Nancy and Howard, Jr. They have* 1 been residents of the Delmar area for 19 years. Mr. Rice is with the; State Education department and Mrs. Rice is in the real estate and insur- ance business. K Auxiliarft-'iggs^-iMll meet May ' at 1. P. -rib anfr&safish hall. Res- ervations sTioufa be made with Mrs. Berle Libefttw or•' Mrs - william Jacoby by\!$| _%.. ijs-Selkirk Srfjiilli Is Approved The Rivei|l Cbeymans - Selkirk Central ••Sch&ifjaiitrict nas received approval iop^iin elementary school stie .frpih^e-lstate Educatipn de- partment it|||(s!aiinounced at a board riieeting .-l^^fyeiinesday night in the_ AmerianaL^gicn' building. The sif&Is-jpartf : of ^tbe Lasher- Creble p^prity, ! located on Route 9-W, alipupfohe half mile north of the Beck^^v 'Corners area. The board .plansjjtb; seek voter approval to acquire tn'e^property for the con- struction;|jf|^300.pupil school. An- drew Kb%^ .board member, is chairman' fehe .'board's site com- mittee. -\-0i In othef.'facHpri board members re- viewed Mi|K^8-59 budget which had been prep^rS; .with the assistance of the CitizejiVlBudget Advisory Com- mittee. Th|«i)udget will be present- ed for ap^piof the district voters at the annlprneeting on May 6 in the auditapiutf ot Coeymans school. Extend Drive-In Hours •-'jf>|; ••., A proposMlfp extend film hours at the Jerieho»ive-In Theatre on Rt. 9-W has tfesSdopted by the Bethle- hem Town||^|4, The nSpSleaaiine for showing movies wiflf^ moved forward one hour to 'Sffi|ght Sundays and 1 a. ni..weejfSs. Klein Brothers of Hunter^ £!npS; county, owners of the driveVlif Mde the request. A $250,^OQ. .three-story annex will sociation will hold a food salp <at the be .built, on'ike east end of Mater - : — ~:.:: ..: :.,;, •..-.., ChOTfto (Serninary in- New Scotland Rd„ Town of Bethlphem. Tlie wing will ^e 42. feet by J1Q feet. \ The Avirig will ibe in Romanesque! stylfe, constructed~!©f tapestry 'brink! with Indiana 'limestone trim to 'blend' 1 with the original -structure which was Grand, Union Super Market, Plaza .Shopping Center, Elsmere, Saturday, Ap*\19. Mrs. Edgard Wagoner is chairman. the Decision Is Yours . . . in selecting a memorial for your laved on*, solert one Wisely. A Vaiento memoHal will »erye you bc«t. . , , e BUDGET PLAN AVAIlABll • VISIT OUR MODIRN SHOWRpOM $EI OUR tAROl DISPLAY Of MONUMINTS ' OPEN SUNDAYS VALENTE 149 HUNTIR AYI. *li|iMi '*9$W *te» !^^<MgW\ JOHN VALINTI ' .MONUMENTS '\ MARKERS -MAUSOLEUMS Introductory price good only until May 3rd MowerySj notice wWcBl minister'get\ standeaigilpi long is the wedding editor pnnteth The ;en bones The groom :or off for a twelve- Enroll now for a complttt horn* dressmaking course ot thr new FashionSewing Studio • Small classed • Personal instruction • Flexible schedule* f«r complete derails coll or visit SINGER Fashion Sewing Studio 26 North Pearl St Albany 4-1854 picirters Market Growers, Florists and Home Gardners Since 1831 Ask for our 1958 catalog containing old favor- ites as well as all the new introductions of flower seeds and vegetables in small or large quantities. Your Deserves the Best Visit- Our Oarderi Store, Rearranged for Your Shopping Convenience Lawn Seed PRICE'S SPECIAL A Mixture Blend of Permanent Grasses for a Real Lasting Beautiful Lawn. 1 lb.. $1,50 5 lbs., $7.00 50 lbs,, $50.00 Also Cheaper Mixtures for Play Areas and Lawns That Receive Hard Use. All Types of Fertilizers, Inch • Fiestar ^ • Milorganite, Etc. • Humus Roses • Gladiolus • Peat Moss • Lily Bulbs We JMfoer PRICES Inc. 90 HUDSON AVE. ALBANY PHONE 4-0815 I 0A Announce Engagement Nuptials June 8 will unite Miss Ethel I. Kleinke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Kleinke, Sr., of Kenwood Ave., Elsmere, and -Ronald L. Whitman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Whiteman of Athens. Miss Kleinke, a graduate of Beth- lehem Central High school, is with Socony Mobil Oil Co. in Albany. Her fiance is with Sun' Oil Co. at New Baltimore. A .graduate of Coxsackie-Athens Central school, he attended Cornell University. Delmar Reformed Church Rev. LeRoy C. Brandt, minister. Sunday, April 20th: 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 10 a. m. Arnold Bible class. 11 a. m. Morning -worship. Ser- mon topic, \The Amazing Gospel.\ . Youth Fellowship. Choir rehearsal ;a\t 5:45 p. m. Meeting and program- .3.x b *30. Friday, April dessert meeting. Dinner Tonight .A play, .\The. Happy Journey to ^.entonahd Camden,\ by Thornton Wilder, will be presented to the Doubles Club tonight. • Dinner will include pork chops and scalloped potatoes and will be served at 6:30 by Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert O. Drake, Mr, and Mrs. George A - Blpodgood, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Don- •aaa Sager, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Coffey, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Winchester, and; Mr. and Mrs. Leo •H. Gustafson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lamprecht, Jr., are in charge of the entertain- ment. 25—Parent-teacher Complete Line of Scott's Prddiiets We Deliver UNmar, N. :3 fc Phone Delmaif 9-1878 ANNUAL DUES LUNCHEON Women's.. jGijild [Of St. Stephen's Episcopal church, Elsmere, will- hold its annual dues luncheon Apr. 24 at 12:30 p. m. at the church. A dish .tcvwel shower is planned for the same/day. '•'Mis. James Gitobs, program chair- fi^;^ 8 :announced -a film- strip on Jap'an, \Hope Of rthe East,\ will be ^ftOJVfL'r- i$?fease make your,-reservation <be- ||r|,,Apr. 21 with- Mrs, Sherburne Buy Movie For School , VAS?* 1 ^ 161 Adams Dlanchard Post 1O40, American Legion, will purchase a movie \Our Flag\ which it will make ayailabile to ithe Bethlehem eentral School -District. euuenem :'- The imovie wiH.ibe used- by district IS°S *£*$?** pr6per respect l ™ Eritferptise ads pay; — try tthem. GRAND OPENING FREE GIFTS FOR ALL! We are proud to announce our appointment as distributors for aJ^^Ta paints THE PAINT USED ON THE WHITE HOUSE v A «I«^*.i ! i.«iii'*«'^JK».S;SS5^ l S^SW*s. ,,A. M^E^^aasjs^^

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