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Altamont enterprise and Albany County post. (Altamont, N.Y.) 1958-1983, May 09, 1958, Image 11

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W^cym I Clarksville METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Fred R. Brown, pastor, Friday, May 9th: ' Mother and daughter (banquet- sponsored by the WSOS, Group B, in the Sunday school room. Sunday, May 11th: 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Morning worship service. Festival of the Christian home — Mothers Day. Sermon by the pastor, \The Builder and the Building,\ Monday, May 12th: 7 p. m. Junior choir rehearsal. 7:45 p. m. Senior choir rehearsal, Tuesday, May 13th: 8 p. m. Woman's Society of Chris- tian Service, Group A, in the Sunday school room. COMMUNITY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Harold Houck Jr., are the parents of a baby daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Gustin and daughter Patricia of Kearney, N. J., were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Houck. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rowe have re- turned to their home after spending the winter in Bradenton, Fla. They also enjoyed a sea trip to Panama and Costa Rica, visiting Panama City and other places of interest. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Bunzey are re- ceiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah O'Bryan were recent overnight guests of his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frederick. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weidman and Marga- ret and Edwin Lounsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherman enter- tained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shoe- make, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall and family, Sharon Quackenbush, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest. Hall, of Troy. The oc- casion was the 41st anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hall, father and mother of Mrs. Sherman. Mr. andi Mrs. E. McNato and daugh- ter, Jennie, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klersy, Sr., and son, Perrin, of Reidsville were Sunday guests at the THg lNTEf»P1i*B^^ McKownvifle METHODIST CHURCH Q e a V A^ 8rles J - Warner, pastor. x 9 4 and ?i ta \ Mor <? in * *«\**• «•« « d V * m - Sunday school. 7 1 p - m » Jumor Y <>«th Fellowship. WednTsdfy?^ ^ Fellowsh * 8 P. m. Chapel hour. ' Thursday: 7 p. m. Youth choir rehearsal. » P. m. Adult choir rehearsal. Leland D. Smith, Brasher Falls master of the New York State Grange! also is chairman of the State Rural sarety council and urges rural -resi- dents: \Let's make the country safe as- well as beautiful.\ pin bags yet for sale. Clarksville Grange had seven entries in the cookie contest. Results were: First prize, Mrs. Thomas Roe; second, Mrs. Howard Marsh; third, Mrs. Albert Udell. The next visitation program will be at Helderberg Grange on May 12. Hel- derberg officers will fill the chairs at Clarksville at the May 17 visitation program. The supper committee with Ronald Latta as chairman is making plans for the ham supper to be held on > May 24. PTA TO MEET MAY 14 The PTA of Clarksville will meet Wednesday, May 14 at 8 p. m. in the school. The program will include honoring the Scouts, musical num- bers and installation of officers. , Participating in the program will be: Girl Scout Intermediate Troop 299 leaders, Mrs. Vernon Vrooman and Mrs .Clifford Bowdish; Brownie Troop 274 leaders, Mesdames B. E. Schaible, Harold Ames, Thurman Vaughn, Edwin Turmel, W. C. Ben- nett, Jr., and Fred Sheldon; Cuib Scout Pack No. 89 Cubmaster James Brown and den mothers, Mesdames James Brown, Francis Latham, John Riley, Elwood Vanderbilt, Lennox Prince and Harold Dougan. The musical will feature vocal, _.. ._._ under Mrs. Gladys Otis; strings, Al- home of Lt. and Mrs. Arne Ellermets : f redo Oavalieri; woodwinds and bass, and family, West Concord), Mass. The Miss Constance Conroe, and presiding occasion was the birthdays of Mr. for installation of officers will be McNab and Mr. Klersy. The party Mrs. Douglas Rider, fifth vice-presi- also attended services in Lexington dent of the New York State Congress Methodist church. I of Parents and Teachers. New officers include: Co-presi- dents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Westervelt; first vice-president, Mrs. Harold Slingerland; second vice-president, Mrs. George Coleman; secretary, Leonard W. fBraddock; treasurer, GRANGE NOTES A colorful movie, \Phosphorus Key to Life,\ was presented by Mr. Keller, of the Agrico Fertilizer Co., at the last meeting. The card party commit- tee reported a good attendance at the Mrs. Albert Udell April 30 party. The service andhos- Refreshments will toe served pitality committee has a few clothes* the kindergarten mothers. toy For Finest Arrangements IN TRAVEL CONSULT SCHENECTADY TRAVEL BUREAU, Inc. 328 State St. SCHENECTADY Phone FR 7-8506 , fyrikeffe the best costs no morel 'Punkmtowii' (ibf****) TO** >* £ rfjtw**^ Of the NEW SALEM REFORMED CHURCH Rev. John H, Austin, Jr., pastor, Sunday, May 11: 10 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Worship service. Thursday: 7 p. m. Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m. Youth Fellowship. Ladies Aid, fourth Wednesday the month. Consistory, third Tuesday of month. Plans are well under way for the church auction on ,11aving any articlesi quested to contact Rev. Austin or any one of the following men: Joseph Jay- cox, Wyman Osterhoudt, Kenneth Ab- bott, Louis' Bayhylle, James Salisbury, Earl MacMillen, Peter Mader and Peter Van Zetten. The. Ladies' Aid society, at its meet- ing on April 30, formulated plans for a bake sale and refreshment booth in conjunction with the church auction on May 24. The bake sale committee includes Mesdames Harold Lonnstrom, Robert F. Campbell and Carl Braun. Women in charge of refreshments are Mesdames Eugene Mader, Hiram Mac- Millen and Kenneth Abbott. ^AY^MAY 9, 1958 Church SECTION TWO — PAGE THHE« R^'^SifStl^'^ 651 ' master. Jj F >oyd Carrier # iOth: Fri 6;i5 p,M will #*M. a at the•ettsBpafa. - -, i'^pf^efl^shipwi], May 24. Anyone 'meet-at &&8£S£&{**»<! for Al- to donate is re- biny JiPT 'fW^ m the Si «h R e - O X .« toL.'TO.'WWS' ^y class .7:30 ^^0^^ class. 8 V- %$&£** tea at Trinity Frfaay,«W| >tft CTwv The f^,Wwii^ ns ? red b - v the Women's^Mlteheld from 10 a. nt at Fi^ Wc Clellan St, Sche- \ e Friday thri^ Sunday, May 16- 18th: 'S^W* Schenecta<$feHas»s retreat for young peopl^M^r^B Fowler. .^eserv^^|™W be made as soon as. j^abfe-W those who plan to attend-- C^tfrfpto summer pro- attend- grams. _ COMMUNITY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hotaling ar- rived home April 29 after spending the winter in Florida. On their way home they visited in Virginia and Maryland, also stopping in Peekskill to visit with their daughter Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bills, of North- ville, announce the birth of a son, Jer- jiQi rold Stanley, born May 2. Mrs. Bills ^\\Varnei [%$?, Monday CHURCH NOTES Rev. Roger L. Johnson, pastor. -Sunday, May 11: 10 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Church service. A Quite a number attended the dinner Monday for Sunday school officers and teachers in the hall. After the dinner, pictures were shown of the win- ter snowstorms and other interesting topics. Marshall Stevens, Rev. John- son and Mrs. Irving MacMillan had these pictures. Rev. Johnson and Wallace Quay Sr. represented the Albany Classis Tues- day at Hudson. , Wednesday - Ladies' kid meeting in the hall. Choir rehearsals at the usual time. Thursday - Bible study and prayer meeting in the hall at 8 p. m. May 12 — Rev. Donald Bosch will «eak on Arabia at the East Greenbush Reformed church, at 8 p. m. May 15 — Sunday school convention in our church. Covered dish supper at 6:30 p. m. Rev. Norman Thomas of Albany will be the guest speaker. daughter, is the former Jane Knapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August W. Knapp, of New Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert J. Boff, of the South Road, celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary recently. Mr. and Mrs. William Hotaling en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hotal- ing at dinner May 1, in honor of their wedding anniversary. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klapp HaTold W*& r - „..^, Mary' Axm CS^K > u^ n callwi a t Mr. and Mg| Deforest Wormuth of Oneonta; *^p d «e Baker home on Sunday. •••:g Mrs. Hora^fpHo visited her sis- ter* Mrs. Florfflpe Pierce, Monday. Mrs. Jam^peming of Schenec- tady visited Jife -mother, Mrs. Han- nah Brown, at.-the Nash Nursing ROAST BEEF SUPPER JUNE 14 The annual roast beef supper_ spon- sored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Knox Fire department will be held at the Knox firehouse Saturday, June 14, from 5 p. m. until all are served. riome. ,•-£?£,«},,,. u . „ I -viiss .culm muiLuin ii Mrs. Mary.^der had as Sunday; home in Knox Sunday guests her coiian rrom Schenectady COMMUNITY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gibbs and- Mr. and Mrs. Irving MacMillan motored to Binghamton Saturday, and attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Mattice. Mrs. Georgianna Stewart entertain- ed Philo LaGrange at dinner Saturday in honor of his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jansen were Sun- day guests of his mother and sister, Mrs. Nina Jansen and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haverly and family. Mrs. Nina Jansen is visiting her son, Earl Jansen, and family. Miss Edith Hunting returned to her after spend- ing the winter in New Jersey with her nieces. Dressmaking lesson on Tuesday, May 13, at 10 a. m., in the church hall, Lamp shade lesson May 16 hi-the hall at 7:30 p. m., sharp. Bring tissue pa- per, pencil, scissors, ruler, 30 or 40 clip clothespoins, and your lampshade frame. Geese are probably the most intel- ligent, most rapid growing, longest lived, and hardiest of the poultry birds. TOUGH COMPETITION \Retailers know \ that ^cornpetitioh will be tough this year. They know that consumers are doing more shop^ ping around and more plEuining Before buying. EJvery merchant will dp ail he can to offer the most attractive.-in* ducements and the best buys possible. And, it is good to report, ftiost retail spokesmen seem reasonably 'Optimistic about the sale's prospects.\ — Milford, Del., Chronicle. * and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starker and ; Ed Fronk, ati&ier nephew, Howard! \\''\\ T: \ J - — J ~— ,J 'Long of Thompson's lake. | The TownsWjfeH-H Boys thank all I who contribute*! papers to the 4-H scrap drive•\. '••;:&.j. Mr. and Mrspvap Baker of South Bethlehem 1 amp his mother, Mrs. children, Linda and Donald. The Helderberg Ski club held its annual banquet May 3 at Normanside Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jaycox held a \get-together\ at their home before the banquet. Guestswere Mrs. Baker'S'-gftgyMrs. Roscoe Roe at Cortland. -^ Mrs.\ StantonWarner, A. Kermit Warner, MrspBJaaehe Olsmit and . children, Jud^^M Harold, visited j Mr.-and Mr&J3Srl Pollock and fam- ily at .Fonda'-oS-lSuDday. Jan Zeh spjirfe- Saturday with his granebmotherr 1 !^. Ollie Baker. • ^.;;>^— -- Ordinary printer's ink in cans or tubes as vexy'^^M block printing. One-half or orMpoand. amounts are available \hi itiSfly ftypfS from your local fennter.'. SpylKigrig your own container, ydU|1Kk^Be able to buy- ink more, economically. BIG FASHION FROM YOUR OLD FUR COAT . . NOW DURING OUR LIMITED SPECIAL OFFERI 50 TAX FREEI Sure you've wanted that extra \little fur\ — and now you can have it! A glamorous clutch cape, stole or pocket stole re-styled irom your own fur coat — new lining, personalized initialing all included in this remarkable offer, t (Only nominal chargt lor extra material 1/ needed —price illfMly ; higher for beaver, inlnk arid njiirla.) Come in for your frie estimates on all your repair fur •xptrt will com* to your homo . . . no obligation, of course. 'For tho' Ffcioot Fur Storage and doanin David's Exlusiv* \ftoautJ-Oard\ Mr. and Mrs. John N. Schilling, Jr., of ,oilie Baker, spl&t. the week end with Altamont; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stone, ' -- •••--«*--*»-- of New York city; Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don C. Bell, of Albany; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Liedtke, of McKownvifle; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K. Newcomb, of Voor- heesville; Dr. and Mrs. Paul Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Campbell, of New Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stone, of New York city, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K. Newcomb of Voorheesville. Mr. and Mrs. John Zaremski and family are moving from New Salem to their new home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Austin and family, formerly of New Salem, were Sunday visitors of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eberle and son of Voorheesville. Miss Janice MacEwan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving MacEwan of New Salem was' guest of honor a^a- bridal shower given in her hondfeiy bjer,->-future mother-in-law in &l<8$' |FMS - • --, £# The New Salem Home DempnstraVj tion Unit will meet 'May 21 at 8 p. m in the New Salem firehouse. - Belated congratulations to Georgia MacMillan on her recent 80th birth- day. The New Salem Red Men's-Bowl- ing League held its annual banquet Saturday at Foxenkill Lodge. 'At- tending from' New Salem were Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Carl Mr. and Mrs; Ralph Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Ktfh Mc- Vee, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grippin, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Countryman;- Mr. and Mrs. John Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Boeck, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bayhylle, Mr. and Mrs. .Herbert Moak, Mr. and Mrs. Aldin Country- man, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McGarf. Also Charles Tarrington and Mrs. Leon Haines. Thomas Osterhout is recuperating from a recent hospital stay. Mrs. Thomas Osterhout has recent- ly moved to Waukeegan, 111., to be with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Campion and Mr. and Mrs. Bpynton Leonard were guests of the Delmar Fife depart- ment Saturday evening at their in- stallation . dinner at the Manger-De Witt Clinton Hotel, Albany. \At the present rate of inflation three per cent a year — in only ten years the dollar will lose one-fourth of its value. The effect would be about the- same as having worked several years for nothing.\—Phillipsbui-gh N J., The Phillipsburger. i \ ,uulsn ' AN -- WHO SAID you can't get insurance? People with certain physical impairments very often can ob- tain the protection.of life insur- ance. Why not investigate? PAUL H. EMPIE UNion 1-8882 Guilderland Center, N. Y. MUTUAL ©F- NEW for\ The Mnlwil life Insurance Co. c? K:--; .. . Hew York, N. Y. *Heavy doty, industrial type construction DOG-PROOF flotation and ground-hug- ging stability are teamed together in this compact all-weather, high-traction power unit. Two-speed traction gives effortless turning without clutching. Available widi dozer blade, winch, swinging drawbar, PTO and belt pulley. See the Case 310 Crawler in action — ask for an \on-your-farm\ demonstra- tion. •- ^ 3065 Guilderland Avenue, Schenectady, N. Phone ELgin 5-2100 Up Folks-Winter Is Over! Now -The Fun Begins! SICI OPENS this Satur(lay and Sunday, May 10* ii More to see and do than ever! Jusl about everything for every be\ Loaded with kid appeal — kids 3 to 80 years.. ^c ut 'a tsjto AM. to * PJtf. EVERY DAT -« Don't ,i~r . ..-££^7 ^ ti **»-.- • J&? mMmmmM -^iV****;'*^ ^^S*^^ •:>;•: SM*4n.« f.!M»V- » -\**«|!SM*. •~g^**S4i^r»{***+*-.

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