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Altamont enterprise and Albany County post. (Altamont, N.Y.) 1958-1983, August 15, 1958, Image 19

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CLIP AND MAIL — ICE CAPADES RPI Field House, Troy, New York ENCLOSED IS $ DCHECK.... • MONEY ORDER FOR\ SEATS FOR THE PERFORMANCE i ON 2nd CHOICE NAME ADDRESS CITY ... . ZONE STATE THE ENTERPRISE, AUTAWpNT.n, v FR)DAY AUGUST 15f 1958 +:•* 8 SECTION THREE —PAGE THREE Tunkintown , I m, i NEW SALEM REFORMED CHURCH Rev. John H. Austin, Jr., pastor. Sunday, Aug. 17: 11 a. m. Morning worship. Wyman E. Osterhout will serve as Lay Pastor at the worship ser- vice Sunday morning. COMMUNITY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Carl have returned from a fishing trip to Canada. Mr. and Mi's. Gerald Grippen spent last week-end visiting at Massena. Mi-, and Mi's. William Campion and daughters, Ellen, Susan and Mary, are visiting Mre. Campion's sister on Long Island. Mr. and Mre. John Neal enter- tained Mrs. Neal's father, Merle Shufelt, of Massena, last week-end. Mr. and Mre. Louis Bahylle en- tertained friends and neighbors Saturday evening at their home- Guests included Mr. and Mi's. Robert W. Husband, Mr. and Mrs. David G. Plummer, Mr. and Mrs. John Neal, Mr. and Mre. Schwartz, Mr. and Mre. Victor Hughes, Mr. and' Mrs. Ernest Rivenburgh, Mr. and Mre. Bruce Craig, Mr. and Mre. Leighton Hotaling and Mr. and Mrs. Boynton Leonard. Mr. and Mre. A. W. Mace of Washington, D. C, spent last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Olin Sisson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jaycox at- tended the harness races at Sara- toga on Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. William MeCormick and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Dearstine, of Schenectady. The whole community is happy to'hear that Lester Sharp is show- ing steady improvement at S,t. Peter's hospital. • Mr. and Mrs. Carl Braun and family have returned from their vacation in the Adirondacks. Bob Campbell was recently honored with a surprise party given by his mother and father to cele- brate his 16th birthday. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Clark and son Tom, have returned from a month's vacation at Thousand Islands. #fM Congratulations this week go to Alice and Herm Picard whose horse, \Blossom Hal,\ won the fifth race at Saratoga Saturday night. Time is the inevitable execution- er; a thief who sneaks away with our youth.—David Condon. At Altamont Regional Fair Next Week KARL ROHDE Unionviile REFORMED CHURCH Rev. Louis H. Chisman, minister. During the month of August there arc no Sunday services held in the church. South Bethlehem Mrs. William Griffin and son call- ed on Mre. Christ Dottino and fam- ily at Selkirk, Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Gimlick and daughters are vacationing at Cape Cod, Mass. I Roy Griffin, Jr., and sons and Harry Healing, Jr., are enjoying a week's vacation in Maine and Nova. Scotia. | Jean Wagoner of Delmar visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-, bur C. Kleinhaus, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright, Jr., ' and sons are camping at Raquette Lake for a week. ,| Mrs. L R. Griffin, Sr., has been spending several days with Mrs., Thomas Driscoll at Ipswich, Mass. i Mr. and Mi's. William Greene and family have been vacationing at Raquette Lake. I Mr. and , Mrs. Benjamin Salvescn ] and daughter spent the week end' at Hampton Beach. I Mrs. Richard Vander Veer and sons of Selkirk, Mrs. Frank Knapp and children, Mre. Wilbur C. Klein- haus and Lois Wagoner picnicked at Warner's Lake Thursday. I Mrs. Kenneth Van Allen of Beth- lehem and Mrs. L. R. Griffin, Sr., ! spent Thursday evening with - Mrs. Jennie Whitbeck and Mrs, L. M. Mallory. | Charles Callanan went to Balti- more, Md., over the week end to bring his wife and children home. They had beerr- visiting Mrs. Callan- an parents, Dr. and Mi's. Gamble. Mr. and Mre. John L. Perry and family spent the week end at their cottage at Loon Lake. Mr. and Mre. Wilbur C. Klein- hans and grandchildren, Lois }Vag- oncr, Sandra Knapp aihd Richard Rowe, visited several places of in- terest Mrs. week's Mr. family Friday The South visited Friday. in New York city Saturday, r Roderic Ring is enjoying ar- vacation. and Mrs. Harry Healing and, . and Roy Griffin, UJ, spent',- in Poughkeepsie. \, teachers and children of the, Bethlehem summer school* the Delmar Game Farm on*. For Your Business or House - See.. CROUSE Authorized Dealer GENERAL ® ELECTRIC —Refrigerators —Freezers —Washers —Dryers —Ranges —Water Heaters —Dishwashers —Disposalls • ^'1 ' '••\1 ; .'.''';1 'Vl PARKING NO PROBLEM — Refrigeration Service SALES—1434 Western Ave., Albany 3—SERVICE PHONE ALBANY 2-5124 CROUSE a ^1 COMMUNITY NOTES Mrs. A. F. Price of Dade City, Florida, is th guest of her sister, Mrs. John J. Bourke. Mrs. Bourke's sent ~e brother, Dr. J. S. Butts, who, with Aug and son Robert motored to Cape Cod Saturday. Returning home with them was their daughter Lynn and Miss Rita Smith who is their house-guest for the week. Miss Judy Hood of Normansville is spending a few weeks with Miss Louise Kendall. Mre. Virginia Palmerone gave a shower for Miss Priscilla Hill, at her home Friday night. There wer 16 \relatives and friends pre- Miss Hill will be married 23. to Robert Kendall in the AT NEW YORK STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Cobleskill, New York Tuesday, August 19 FROM 10:00 A. M. TO 7:30 P. M. ($100.00 in Savings Bonds Given Away) This is your invitation to step into a hew world of power! Be our guest as we show you all that's new from IH... all a t once. Watch newer, mightier Farmall® and International® tractors go into action, teamed with new plows, planters, balers, field harvesters, and a host of other new machines. Stop in today and let u s tell you more about what , you'll see. • See and try-^ the mighty, new line of Farmall® and International 9 tractors, powered from 10 to 60 hp. • See and try— the greatest line-up of new profit-making equipment ever seen in this area. Make up a Neighborhood Group and GO to the FIELD DEMONSTRATION BY THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY AND YOUR LOCAL DEALERS: JARED VAN WAGENEN & SON -- Cobleskill, N. Y. PLEMENTCO. Middleburgh, N. Y. L GAG!INC Altamont, N. Y. his wife and daughter, have been UnTon\nile\Refomied\chu\rch in Europe for one year, have re- M r. and Mre. John Appledom of turned. Dr. John J. Bourke and Rocks Beach. Fla., have been the Mrs. Bourke and son, Timmy, and guests of their son-in-law and Mrs. A. F. Price went to New York daughter. Dr. Robert W. Ravmond city to meet them on their arrival, and Mrs. Raymond Dr. Butts and family have now left Mr. and Mrs. C. Edgar Wentrick for their home in Cornallis, Oregon.'sons Bruce and Paul and daughter Steven Johnson entertained; a • Carolyn have returned from a number of his friends at a party j week's vacation in the White Mts. in his home, Wednesday night, Atig-j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pennington ust 6. His guests were Beverly' of Albany and Mr. and Mrs. Omar Rouke, Barbara Jean Shultes, 'Bar-' Forte and Mr. and Mrs. Norman \/ made my first phone call when I was 5 minutes old\ bara Pauley, Barbara Bradt, Mar- garet Hale, Billy Pauley, FrankiiKu- kuk, Bud Coffey, Ivan Millettfand Danny Sehaible. .••': Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kukuk .gave a party in honor of the 15th blt!jl» day of their son, Frank Kukuk,^fr a Monday night, August 11. |]Se guests present were: Barbara mA Billy Pauley, Beverly Rouke, CiS? lyn Mentrick, Steven • Johnson, rjajt ny Sehaible, Lynn Boettcher, twS bara Jean Shultes, Louise Kendal® Judy Hood, Michael Meehan, Bruce; Wentrick, Ivan Millett, Barbara Al-' bright and Rita Smith. . Mrs. Ernest Boehlke and Mrs., Gregor Holmberg gave a stork shower in honor of their sister, Mrs. Elwin Parker at the home of Mrs. Boehlke on the Feura Bush Road,; Wednesday night, August 6. Mr. and Mrs. Boomhower recently entertained Mr. and Mrs. George Nichal of South Bethlehem at din-, ner; also the Rev. H. B, Silvernail. aind Mrs. Silvernail. Mrs. Ernest Miller has been a recent guest of Mrs. Orson Bryant of Delmar. Samuel Howe, a former Delmar resident, now of Topeka, Kansas, was a dinner guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crouch of Delaware avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Irons and Mrs. Morris Irons were guests of Mrs. Earl Irons at West Berne, Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Joslin spent Sunday in Middlcburgh, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Bevins. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Crounse and Miss Judy Crounse spent Friday and Saturday nights at Tanglewood. Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Joslin and Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Joslin and children spent Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowe at Feura Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Slingrrland, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Slingcrland and children, Donald, James and Ju- dy were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller and sons. At a special meeting of the Unionviile Community association held on Aug. 6, the members voted to hold the annual Country Fair on Saturday, Sept. 27. It was also voted that the proceeds of this year's fair be donated .to the Ones- quethaw Volunteer Fire Co.. to be used to buy necessary equipment, for the company tank truck now stationed in the new fire house at Unionviile. Please keep this date in mind and if you have any dona- tions for the various boths, such as used clothing, jewelry or white ele- phants, please contact Mrs. Ann Wood, PO 8-2135, or Mrs. Ruth Mudge, and arrangements will be made for collecting them. , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald of Elsmere spent Sunday' evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Mudge. Miss Bertha Conger, Rev. Alex- ander M. Conger of Poughkeepsie and Charles Spore of Voorhees- ville were guests of Mrs. Fred Spore, Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. Earle LaGrange, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin LaGrange, Ronald LaGrange and Miss Linda Lang spent Monday at Altamont where they attended the Black and White show which was held on the fair grounds. Miss Nancy Hamilton of Lou- donyille spent last week with Miss Ruth Rector. Miss Dorothy Raymond is spend- ing three weeks at Nova Scotia, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boettcher Peugh of Scotia have been recent callers at the Funnell-Wentrick home. A Canadian survey indicates that any community able to persuade a few dozen tourists a day to stop in its area during the four summer months will reap financial benefits I equal to a year's operation of al small manufacturing plant. ' \One of my family's favorite stories concerns a frail young woman in Mahopac, N. Y., who*=» was about to have her first child. Her grandfather was quite con- cerned about her, so he did an unusu'aj thing for those days. He had telephones installed in his house and in his granddaugh- ter's. (There were only 2 other phones in the whole neighbor- hood. ) When the baby was born, she was carried right to the phone and announced her ar- rival, quite loudly I'm told, to her relieved great-grandfather. That was 55 years ago. So I've always thought I was probably one of the first babies to be announced by phone.\ Spreading good news... making the 1; day's chores a little lighter . . ; the telephone serves in so MISS AMDA AGOR New Yori City many ways. 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