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Altamont enterprise and Albany County post. (Altamont, N.Y.) 1958-1983, October 10, 1958, Image 11

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•i&; \^'^^•^^•*Md!U^^i^ f ^^fj i& ^??'?.'.;K i •'•('^y^fM i i <t:; **: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gifford of Newburgh spent the week end with Mr, and Mrs. Carl Gifford. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gemlick spent an evening recently with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sutcliffe. Mrs. Millard Blessing and bro- ther Russell Gifford called Satur- day evening on Mr. and Mrs. E. W. • Sutcliffe. Other callers during the week end were. Harlen A. Gifford and Ralph Gifford. x Robert Gifford is still confined to his bed, but hopes that he can be up and about soon. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Willard Van Wormer gave a birthdap party in honor of her twin daughters, Kathleen and Darleen; on their 9th anniversary. Many guests helped to celebrate the occasion. Mr., and Mrs. Dewitt Lester spent a few days at Buffalo visit- ing her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Glindmyer of Scotia called on Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Lester, Sunday. /Mrs. Dewitt Lester called Tues- day on Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sut- cliffe. Mrs \-—'- ' \ ' also called. Dunnsville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilbur announce the birth of a daughter Sunday at the Bellevue hospital. The infant has been named Cathy Ann. Mrs. Rodman VanDenburg and Mrs. Earl .Gray spent a couple days at Vernon recently. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Anthony, Mrs. John Anthony and Clarence Martin have been on a trip in the Adirondacks. ALTAMONT (N. Y.) ENTERPR/9P^:|$|Ar^ Guilderland Center McKownville METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Charles J. Warner, pastor. Sunday: 9 and 11 a. m. Morning worship. 9:45 and 11 a. m. Sunday school. 6:45 p. m. Junior Youth Fellow- ship. Wednesday: 8 p. m. Chapel hour. Thursday: 7 p. m. Youth choir rehearsal. 8 p. m. Adult choir rehearsal Subscribe to the Altamont Enter- .. «XI-B. je-uwara sut-1 prise — $3.0u\ per year. Howard Livingston i Enterprise ads pay — try them. \ALBANY'S POPULAR EATING PLACE Italian - American Restaurant HUDSON AVE. and GRAND ST. — ALBANY \The Ultimate in Italian Cuisine\ THE IDEAL PLACE FOR BANQUETS — PARTIES BUSINESS MEETINGS Plenty of Parking Space on Market Square PHONE ALBANY 3-9519 HELDERBERG REFORMED CHURCH Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10 and 11, 8 p. m. — Youth Fellowship plays will be presented in Fellow- ship hall of church. Sunday, October 12th; 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Morning worship service. I The sacrament of baptism will be administered. 7 p. m. Youth Fellowship. The Rev. Robert Chaat, the first Indian to be ordained in the Reformed church, will speak to the group. The young people of the Lynnwood and Altamont Reformed churches have been invited to attend this meeting. Monday, Oct. 13, 8 p. m.—Con- sistory meeting at the church. Tuesday, Oct. 14, 6 p. m. — The fall women's missionary conference will be held at the First Reformed church of Schenectady. Dinner will be served at 6 p. m. and the evening meeting will begin at 7:30 p. m. Speakers at the evening session will be the Rev. R. Chaat of Lawton, Okla., and Miss E. Bruce of China. Wednesday, Oct. 15th: 4 p. m. Junior choir rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. Men's chorus rehearsal for laymen's Sunday. Thursday, Oct. 16, 12 noon—So- cial Union meeting. Mrs. V. Os- terhout is in charge of the luncheon. 7:30 p. m. Senior choir rehearsal Friday, Oct. 17—Men's classical union meeting at Altamont^ Reform- ed church. South Bethlehem] A Home of Your Own Is Your Best Investment Pay for It the Or-' \ Now Is the Time to Buy or Build Come In — We'll Be Glad to Talk It Over THE PERMANENT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION . OF ALBANY, H. Y. 91 STATE STREET i \'• »*• Wwf of tnnklnt •«» »«»!»•« B/ifrfef* Jtemtor «f Mb* fafa-af HMM teas •enfc of N. Y. IRO N FIREMAN GRATE Twi' VoMcOaiwow YOUTH FELLOWSHIP PLAYS Tonight and tomorrow night, the Youth Fellowship of the Helderberg Reformed church will put on two one-act comedies in the church audi- torium. The members of the Fellowship have been divided up so that the cast for the two comedies, \Mrs. Apple and Her Corps\ by Arthur Kaser and \Foxy Grandma\ by Donald Paytori, includes the follow- ing: \Mrs. Apple and Her Corps,\ Kathy Bradt, Ronna Van Wormer, Deneen Polster, -Dianne Mitchell, Carol Witter, Donna Schierbaum, Beverly Crounse, Donna Vincent and Sally Spencer; \Foxy Grandma,\ Avery Ingle, Betsy Barney, Denny Empie, Arlene Sroka, Peter Jenner and Howard Mericle. Between the plays there will be a series of \blackouts.\ One of them is entitled \The Game War- den,\ the two characters Smith and Jones being played by Dick Witter and Jack Jenner, respectively. The public is invited to this an- nual Youth Fellowship sponsored event which will begin at 8 o'clock both nights. Mrs. Mae Sholtes is directing the production and is being assisted by Miss Cindy Wright COMMUNITY NOTES Mrs. Alta York was host at a luncheon Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. John Clarkin, Mrs. Dorothy Hurst, and Mrs. 'Ellen Newkirk. Mr. and Mrs. John Clarkin, for- mer Guilderland Center residents, left early Sunday morning for their home in Warren, Ohio. Mr. ©larkmsdroVe' down Eridayv;*o pick i up \his wife, who had beteri spending two weeks visiting Mrs. Alta York and friends in Scheneictady. Open house of the Guilderland Center Fire department is planned for Oct. 11 at the fire station and Community hall, at 7 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Barkman and children Earl and Neil visited with Mrs. Anna Warner Sunday afternoon. Dixie Clements of Westmere spent the week-end with Carol Witter. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Hewitt of Locke, N. Y., were dinner guests Friday night ,of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heald.' Mrs. Bessie Albright, Mrs. Ina Westfall, and Mrs. Anna Warner visited Sunday with Mrs. Edna Westfall of Westerlo. Mrs. Mable Conway of Schenec- tady spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Calkins. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heald and Mr, and Mrs. Jefferson Hewitt visited Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Berle Liberty' of Delmar. Miss Nancy Thompson and her college room-mate, Miss Annmarie Bahr, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Rodejle Thompson. Tuesday evening Mrs. Alta York entertained Mrs. John Clarkin, Mrs. Ida Frederick, Mrs. Anna Frederick, Mrs. Bernice Fallon, Mrs Mae Sholtes ana'Mrs. Anna Ogsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heald at- tended the 57th wedding anniver- sary dinner held Saturday night, Oct. 4, a t the Turnpike restaurant in honor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heald, of Valatie. Others attending were: Mr. and Mrs. JeffersonvHewitt, Locke, N. Y; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Heald and daughter Sandy of Greenfield, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Heald, Valatie; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Heald and son Charles* Valatie; Thomas and Howard Mericle. Gifts of God Cool KM* M Save oil with above-gratellne firing Whirling Vortex flame starts at the grate line, covering the hearth and sweeping the side walls of the furnace. Radiant heat penetrates the whole , furnace\ with full intensity in.same manner as heat from a ooal fire, for' .'which coal.furnaces are designed. By contrast conventional burner* ' release beat down in the ashpit, missing important heating surfaces. The Vortex gets more Keat out of the same amount of oil and has saved up t o 30% on fuel bills in thousands of homes where it. - replaced former oil burners. ' Trouble free... ail moving parts are outside the fiirnace or boiler, protected from firebox beat. Worryfree... Iron Fireman automatic I ESgS'**^ mw I conMs P^e^rictBe, :^nontic^ tegub> BUDGET TERMS Enjoy Iron Fireman comfort NOW and f*y for K the eur budget way. CHARLES I Since 1903 Bdtte^stdy/lfi Y< Phone Dl 6-2371 I have two eyes with Which to see God's beauty all around. Up in the sky, and down on earth Great wonders can be found. I have two ears with which to hear Love's sweetest melody; And when my dear ones talk to me I'm happy as can be. I have two hands with which to do Work noble, good and true; T6 lighten someone's heavy load Is what.I Want to do. I have two feet with which to go! And do God's holy will. | Go \swjftly where the need is great And thus rny task fulfill. „^^ I haye one tongue with which to™ sing - 'i J* My great Redeemer s praise; To do God's will in everything Until my end of days. 1 have one heart with which to love My God, my friend, niy foe. And. when the rolTs called ab*ve LjbyfuUy will go. , —Alma Hedden, Dr. and Mrs. Gamble of\Baif timore, Md., have . been visiting their son-in-law and daughter. M?< and Mrs. Charles R. Callen,an^ Mrs. Anna Hogan of Alb?uiy spent last week with her sister Mrs. LeRoy Wiltsie. y/-J, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Betz of' Hannicroix spent Saturday eve* ning with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hubbard-of Delmar were Sunday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jobson, Mrs. L. R. Griffin Sr., attended, a Red Cross meeting at the home, of Mrs. Aron Feder at Slingerr lands Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snyder and daughter of Troy visited Mr. and Mrs. John Ginter on Sunday. Mrs. Lillian Relyea spent the ; : week-end at the Walter Kircher home at Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vroomari and daughter of East Greenbusfr visited Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Sea* burg and family on Sunday. * : Mr. and Mrs.'Horace Stott Sr,\| entertained at dinner for their; daughter-in-law on Saturday eve- ning, guests were Mr. and Mrs:^ Ivan Luce of Selkirk and Mr. and? Mrs. Horace Stott Jr., and chilA dren. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Brooks, •of. Delmar spent Saturday evening' with Mr. and Mrs. John Kawasfce) Sympathy is extended to the Don Morehouse family in the death of his father. Kenneth Van Alstyne has had, new aluminum siding put on his house. , Mrs. Oswald Dahl of this place: and Mrs. Chaik*. Blankenhorn of m Ak^ rners visited Mrs. O. Z ,| Alstyne at Kingston, Thurs^ - r *e«ain^ d , MrS ' Stewart Mai *ie en- '<*8to ove°r m ?h any f f om Mas *a- S glV ? n i n h °nor of Mrs Miner's birthday. Grace Other guests were Mrs T^; l? y ', umer ^ es ^ Cole of L Edrl Engle and Mrs. W. D&ltt cZ B ^L m ° re . and Mrs. ^»\ Lastle of Ravena. «d'?nZ ind the gingerbread |atth?, h Ur u ey SUDDer to be held 'ATomT^K 0 \ 0 ^ 15 ^ 16. a,ff,2 lumb w ^ding will be iv . kl£ evemng of ^ 15th. i«V SomlTR^M^ been starte d' 1^^ elderly p e e d opl C e r Zl be'cS: iotobyTrsTio °\ s P? ci al occas- ^ r errh M ^, Sk ° doa \ cwSn,, f Seph F]ynn * sl « w ly re- d^ at the Dooley home on Sun- West Berne ,. A family gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schanz on Sunday in honor of the 74ih bi-*hdv of M l^w Dirtttdav nf Mr, i ;t ,u: e Prop ~_ \»\ >. Schanz. Present were Mrs. Proper and granddaughter, Jean Proper, Feura Bush; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Alstyne, South Bethlehem; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Snyder, Ravena; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wertmen, Mrs. Roger Wertmen and son, Roger, Jr., Loudonville; Mr. and Mrs. Ver- non Schanz, Elaine and Melvin Schanz, Susan and Priscilla Tatro, Volney and Barbara Jean Duncan. Miss Inez Mae Schanz was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keppler and family at Westerlo. Melvin Schanz, who is employed at Canastota, was a week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schanz. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schanz spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schanz and children at New Salem and saw their new grand- son, Dean Byrn. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schanz call- ed on Mr. and Mrs. Randall Schanz Sunday evening. Jay Rheinhart and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schanz, Jr., and family, Sunday. Reidsville Lt. and Mrs. Arne Ellermets of West Concord, Mass., spent 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klersey, Sr. Mrs. Leon Black of Cooperstown spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Bert Way. Mr. and Mrs. James Brate, Sr., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brate, Sunday. LL and Mrs. Arne Ellermets of West Concord, Mass., are the par- ents of a son born Sept. 27 in Al- bany hospital. The child has been named Paul David. . ~,. Daniel Brate and son, Bruce, Schanz. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. 8ECTI0N TWO —PAGE THREE Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jaycox spent Mr. and Mrs. Alvin MerrlLI Mr Mr. and Mrs. Elmer %^ re- ^ \\t ^ ^ ^ ^ RyW turned to Albany Monday after ^, d , d ! Ughte ^ £ ere , dl \\ er ^^^ W spending the summer here Pi 1 ^ \g* <* Mr. and Mri. _ Mn^Mrs^Walter Stuart and Way's^toda? 6 ^^ WaS ^ Unleash your Ebonite Tornado Bowling Ball . . . Watch i t stick to \ the alley . . . then crash the pin zone with more explosive action. An Ebonite rods right because its alley-gripping, miracle finish holds to the course you give it. Get fitted to an Ebonite — bowl better overnight. Write for FREE Booklet, \Better Bowling\ (with individual score sheet) . to Dept. Bowling Ball NOVAK BOWLING SUPPLIES 1 AVE. \A \ ALBANY (Rear of 275 N. Scotland Av£.) \BAUS DRILLED WHILE YOU WW\ PHONE 2-2811 18 YEARS'EXPERIENCE MEASURING AND DRILLING BALLS Open 10 to 5 Daily. Sat. 10 to 2. Wed. Evening 7 lot P. M. *lfc NOW ON DISPLAY! New Swing-Out Swivel Seats invite you to discover the newness and greatness of the *&9 Dodge, the first dll-pt^hbti^dn air. ':'£•-' Thf Newest of Everything Great! The Greatest of Everything New! New things, great things, reward you in this '59 Dodge. Seats swing out to invite you in. New HC-HE engines — high compres- sion, high economy — deliver more thrust, use less gas. Orderly rows of burtons on a gleaming panel welcome ypu to the first all-pushbutton car, with fingertip con- trol of driving and weather. New Level-Flite Torsion- Aire introduces you to three dimensional comfort—ride control, road control, load control. Outside mirrors adjust from inside. Inside mirrors adjust themselves electronically to banish glare. A new Lustre-Bond IB- Baked enamel finish keeps its sheen up t o twice as long. Its Swept-Wing beauty sets the trend for other '59 cars. All this is great But the final reward is the greatness built into this Dodge. It is deep down, through and through, and thoroughly satisfying. New '59 DODGE i » - v ' \.' •• t>>. «h 1- i ii - %- zn r^ .- fe : \ i. i i £7* »s **?t ' ; J ^ * V ?3 '•• fV I ' 1 ' i H i* \ At \ pi' ' •8 '11 FT M f f <il M -.•I \i <.%!> 1>P 5 ,*> i\> | <4 '\J f J Hi mmm dmft Mb ThMi Twi Srlit ft 4%lM|ir*'£iWrehce Welk's Dancin« Party\ tvery week on ABC... \An Evening With Fred Astaire\ on NBC, October 17t/i. CKecfc your loctj IsSnes for timrmf•ehMMt \ 4i -** •-••v Main Street, Altamont/ N. Y. .Al >, . ! f m :'.:.t' '• • •' •:%;:' C--:!:fy' •''''.•.;,'#''•-• ' ,. \ f;-'^ '.. ^ ' , '•\'• : -- : 'M-. . • ••;.'•.••••',.%-. ••>•>. •3;V '\.'•>••••'J : \..' f I '.'. !*m ' • ''' '.i H '•'•'''£•

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