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'.'••••,' ALTAMONT (N. V.^ENTEriPBISE *>#^^~PfeBP8T. FRIOAV, DEC. 26, 1958 h Contributions to this column will be appreciated. Please phone-your news items to: Mrs. Maxine Hoo- ver, UN 1-8734; or to Mrs. Dorothy Herdleln, UN 1-2087; or to the Enterprise office, UN 1-6641. —Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Barton of Utica visited Mr. Barton's mother Mrs. Carrie Wright, last Friday. ' —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Witter were Christmas Day dinner guests of their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Keith Witter, Maple avenue. —Mr. and Mrs. James C. Tro- sino Jr., and children Judy and Jimmy, of Burlington, Vt, spent Christmas eve with the Howard Misselhorns. -Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fries ^r^, Vlrglni * ^^ony, daugh- and family are spending the Christ- £™2 f J*?',;,™ 1 ? MrS ' Che ? tar A ?\ mas week end in Dolgeville, as the f™ & u L !^ coln a y enue > ls s P e nd- ' guests of Mrs. Fries' parents Mr Sf„ th SJ£ 1,day ? with h ? r parents - ^ and Mrs. Fred L. Winkler ^'n S ^ony is a senior at the -Rev. and Mrs. James K. Hil ton and family of Central Bridse „f\~rf J™ Barba g elot t. son and Miss Ethel Crookes; were Z ?iP r : - ? nd Mrs - R( *ert Barbage- and Miss Ethel Crookes were din- ner guests Christmas Day of Mr, and Mrs. W. Chester Vanderpoel, Main street. —Mr. and Mrs. William F. Clarke Jr. and children, Sheri and David, of Seattle, Wash., are uaviu, oi aearne, wasn. are j lmo ' «wi wauace spending the Christmas holidays and farnll y and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- with Mr. Clarke's parents Mr and ert CarIson and son of Fultonville Mrs. William F. Clarke of Euclid ~ ere dinner guests on Christmas avenue. Da y °f Mr. and Mrs, Walter G. —Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Des- £ ar ,i son and famil y °f Altamont jarlois and family of Agawam, R ' °-, Mass., and Miss Helene Harke of <,T Mr \ and Mrs - H$ns Kappel, Schenectady are week end guests f.™ de \ ts at Dickerson College, Car- of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Loomis JJ 81 ®' ? a - are due to ar f ive in tow n Mrs. Desjarlois is a sister of Mrs S? ay *•? spend New Year s mth Loomis. ' Mr. and Mrs - Ra] P h Plauth and family. Mrs. Kappel is the for- Loomis. —Teachers of Altamont Elemen- tary school met in Albany last Sat- urday evening for a Christmas din- ner party at the Petit Paris. Com- mittee in charge of festivities in- cluded Mrs. Francis Ford, Mrs. Norman Swanson and Miss Rose- mary Brannigan. —Mr. and Mrs. Alton Tet»r Sr. of Park street entertained on Christmas eve. Their guests were Mrs. William Laing, Miss Jessie McKinnon, Mr. and Mrs. James Pino, Mr. and Mrs. D. Wright Westfall, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Te- ter Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Te- ter. —John Ryan, senior at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, has arrived here to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ryan, Main St. Richard, the young- er son, will enjoy the holidays on tour with the Miami basketball squad. The team first travels to Chicago to play DePaul University, then flies south to Miami, Florida, where they compete in the Orange Bowl tournament with New York University, Tulane U. and the Uni- versity of Miami of Florida. From there--they•- continue•••> i6-• u Seattleii Wnchiriortrttv . .trt . r»lni>.i*tli«i-,->-M*»i'tMS**e;f**>~? tour is at Salt Lake City with the University of Utah. — BUY Mortgage Redemption Life Insurance For JJstate Protection THE TRAVELERS Millard H. Severson AGENT ALTAMONT, NEW YORK Phone UN ion 1-8865 DCPCNDABILITT ^LOWING thru the deepest drifts, braving Winter's most Icy blasts, the country doctor will \get there\ ... if it Is humanly possible. These ser- vants of humanity are depend- able! Whether you choose simple or elaborate appointments, our staff will carry out your wishes faithfully and capably. De- pendability is a marlc of our •Service., COMPLSTe Af?RANQ£M£i\frSM«/e of WE fUHSGAL HOM£- • • , „fT u ! nd Mrs - John Conaway ot Rochester are visiting their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Morley. n„7 M ,T and T Mrs ' Melvin Smith of Onderdonk Lake called on Mrs. William I. Geiger and Mrs. Min- nie Brust, Monday evening ArT M /-c and Mrs ' Raymond Cran- don of Syracuse are spending the holidays with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred field. . —Mrs. Minnie Ebel of Main St. is spending the holidays in Tarry- town, visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fnelander. —Mrs. .Edward C. Griffith of Al- famont R. D. spent Christmas Day in the village as a dinner guest of her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs, Charles W. Bleichner —Frank Longfritz of Glovers- ville has been discharged from the Albany hospital and is now con- valescing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John T. McFarland of Dunns- ville Road. College of St. Rose in Albany. —Pfc. Robert Barbagelott, son lott, is home on a Christmas fur- lough. Bob is stationed with the U. S. Marines at Cherry Point, No. Corolina. His work is refueling jets. -Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wallace Tier Joan Plauth Many shutins and villagers were serenaded with. Christmas ca- rols Monday evening by a delega- tion of the 5-H Riders 4-H club\ of Altamont and their parents, led by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Plauth, assist- ant leaders to the group. —Mr. and Mrs. Harry DuBrin Jr. entertained at a family dinner party on Christmas Day. Their guests included 'Mrs. DuBnn s aunts, the Misses Lucile and Sara Rouse, of Stuyvesant, and her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. San- ford. •Mr. and Mrs. James W. Right- er and family of Poughkeepsie are week-end guests of Mrs. Righter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bark- huff. Joining them for dinner on Christmas Day were Miss Mabel Barkhuff of Albany and Maurice D. Lee of Syracuse. —Airman 3rd Class Frederick Crounse is spending a ten-day fur- lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crounse. Fred is studying Arabic at the Georgetown University Institute of Languages .arid Linguistics,, sponsored ...by ..the U.IS. Air Ffar&. ' .,',.. .I.*;;;;,„;. *an ( aj*ftlrat „—_. .... „r Buffalo; planning to spend the holidays with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton DuBois, of East Aurora. Charles Curtis accom- panied them on their trip so that he could visit his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campbell. —Among those who will attend the Albany Country Club dance next Tuesday evening are the three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Grogan. Michael Grogan will es- cort Miss Mary Lewis of Loudon- ville; his twin brother Charles, Miss Karen Thorsen of McKown- ville, and Kip Grogan has invited Miss Sheila Burke of Altamont —Dr. Victor Tymchyn of Maple Ave. was guest of honor at a com- bination birthday and Christmas buffet supper party, held at his home Tuesday evening. To help him celebrate, Mrs. Tymchyn invit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Croff, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar VanDenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Gaglioti, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Crupe, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert beLucia, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Benjamin. .- - ., • NEW These are not Recaps or so-called New Treads — but . . . BRAND NEW $19.50 6.70 x 15 (Plus Tax and Casing) GORDON L. tylLTON Phone UNiorr : ,W883lr-, -\ Mrs. Frank Bruno spent the week end visiting her parents in Granville. -Mrs. Warren Wood of Berne spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. William I. Becker. —William J. Hoover of Delmar spent Christmas Day with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William D, Hoover, of Lainhart Road. —Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence War- ner and David, John and Gavin, were Sunday guests of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Jones, in Fort Edward. —Mr. and Mrs. Alton Teter Jr., and Colleen and Billy, of Alfred University, are spending this week withhis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- ton Teter Sr. —Mrs. Ruth Munroe of Duanes- burgh and Mrs. Winifred Webster of Albany were Christmas dinner guests of their son and daughter, Mr. an.d Mrs. Bud Munroe,, and family. —Mr. and Mrs. Richard Teter and daughter Kim, of Alfred Uni- versity, are spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Teter's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. flarold Cana- •van. •Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong entertained at a family supper on Monday evening. Families attend- ing were: the Charles Armstrongs, the Harry Armstrongs, the Wil- liam Armstrongs, and the Arthur Armstrongs. —Mr. and Mrs. Will Barnard and Miss Ruth Barnard of Gran- ville; Mr. and Mrs. William Dolt and sons Jon and Lee of Walling- ford, Vt.; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rogers of Hebron were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ro- gers and family. —Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boyack and Rohert, of Shaker Road; Miss Margaret Bollman of Albany; Mrs. Louise Bollman and Enid and Ca- rol of Hudson Falls, and Mrs. Alice Frederick of Altamont were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Britain on Christmas Day. —Maurice D. Lee of Syracuse is spending the Christmas season with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barkhuff, of Main street. Mr. Lee, formerly of Al- | tamont, is City Hall reporter of the Post-Standard, by whom he has been employed 40 years. I —Miss Dianne Armstrong of [ Hartwick College, Oneonta; Wil-! liam Hoover, of Worcester Tech, Worcester, Mass.; Stephen Hoover, Albany State College for Teach- ers; Miss Karen Kaasa, Wittenberg College, Springfield, Ohio; and John Meyer, Hope College, Holland, Mich., are spending the Christmas holidays with their families here. 10 New~W luxe' Tyjje f Ordered By dA Although no freight trainman nor conductor has\ achieved the legend- ary fame of engineer Casey Jones in the annals 'Of American railroad- ing, the unsung heroes of that era must indeed be staring pop-eyed- ; styJ^-.-«abqqses which -have been o^r^jjby-^e^elaware and Hud- son Railroad. The all steel cars incorporate all of the. comforts of home and are a far cry from the little \wagons on wheels\ which, since the beginning of railroading, have brought up the rear of our long freight trains. Such innovations as electric lights, auto- matic refrigeration, running water, the latest in sanitary facilities, gas heat, a gas hot plate for cooking, the best mattresses available for the cabooste bunks, as well as up- holstered chairs provide for every creature comfort for the conductor and his trainmen. Two-way radio permits communication with the en- gineer, yard offices and passing trains. J. P. Hiltz, Jr., vice-president in charge of operation and maintenance of The D. & H„ has announced that 10 of the new cabooses have been ordered at a cost of approximately $25,000 each. Their acquisition, Mr. Hiltz said, is part of the railroad's continuing program to provide safe, comfortable and modern headquar- ters facilities and equipment for its employees. Mr.Hilte also said that discussions are being \conducted with representatives of the Order of Rail- road Conductors and Brakemen and , the Brotherhood of Railroad Train- men to acquaint them with the de- sign, proposed and to solicit their | suggestions for changes or improve- 1 ments. Have Christinas Party Altamont's Boy Scout troop- ha<l its annual Christmas party at wlf? Altamont Elementary school last- Wednesday. Main entertainment was a movie, presented through;' the courtesy of the New YorK; Telephone company, together ynwi cocoa, cake and ice cream, donat©* by the Altamont Fire department*, which sponsors the troop. Because of the holidays, this- was the last meeting of the year,; with the first meeting of 1959 to he held on Jan. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Altamont Girl Scouts TROOP 37 Sharon Croff, Joan Dilg, Linda Atchinson and Gail Atchinsbn went caroling at Nash Rest Home in the town >of Knox, Wedensday, Dec. 17th. We made wreaths and center- pieces at the home of our leaqer on Saturday, Dec. 20. We went caroling Monday, Dec. 22, with Troop 109. . Afterward we were invited to a party at Sandra Brunk's home. Marcella Hall, secretary. PAGE FIVE ? out Kiwanis &^Jfe(iay, Dec. 29, there will |£i$$ng of \surprises\ at the ltXB Wanis gathering at the m3$ Inn - Bm Wands has M^W- 9 surprise film and a sur- f P? s e special event. ; t ^j¥Pec. 22nd\meeting San- S„V-f.Paid a visit to Kiwanians, W^'Wdren, and friends. (To ||^(»!.lHiton: thanks for a good iJk&lr'S w - Kranendpnk, pas- $LJ J e Helderberg Reformed f^M t<?uilderland Center, gave |^'«Mas message to the boys '&ti*$JkP resent - and reminded m .^Christmas is the birthday ?lv. J§ Piristmas and is a time If 9%r He said \It is more •MSnJW give than receive\ means lv£llh '?t \* mor e FUN to give Kfta\ ^'receive.\ Altamont Masonic Notes Regular convocation of Npah Chapter No. 284, R. A. M., will be held at the Masonic temple Fri- day, Jan. 2. Officers for 1959 will ite\ installed. Next communication of Npah Lodge No. 754, F. & A. M., wffl>% Jan. 9. This will he a business: meeting, at which time the anriuat budget will be presented. ,..\\;- Past Masters Night will be ;pb- seryed by Noah Lodge on Jan. 23. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.'in. Notices will be mailed to menir bers later. 5-H Riders 4-H Club The 5-H Riders 4-H Club went, carolling Dec. 22 to the shut-ins of Altamont and Guilderland. A New Year's party will be held., Jan. 3 at the home of Ron Loebeh; Each member is asked to bring a< guest. ' The next meeting will be held at the Altamont Elementary school on Saturday, Jan. 10, at 10 a. nx— Wendy Martin, reporter. Honor Bowlers \Another bad feature of Federal programs is that because they re- ceive more than they pay out, 33 , states have an incentive to drag their feet and yell for help from Washington instead of using their own resources. Some of these States are in direct competition for industry from States which bear the major share of the tax burden.\—Philadelphia Pa., Sun- day Bulletin. Marion 6. Keenholts, Agent Everything in Insurance 119 Maple Ave. Phone UN 1^8071 Altamont OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL NOON ARMSTRONG'S MILK AND Grade A Pasteurized •••••••• Also All By-Products: HEAtfY Xmtijpti CREAM CHEESE CHOCOLATE MILK (withwtiolemilic) BUTTEltMtiJC ORANGE DRINK . •••••••• Phone UN 1-6630 ALTAMONT, K. Y. St. John's Lutheran Church Rev. Henry T. McKnight, pastor. Friday, December 26th: 7:30 p. m. Adult choir. Sunday, December. 28th: ' 9:45 a. m. Church school and adult Bible class. 11 a. m. The service. Nursery. Wednesday, December 31st: 11 p. m. New Year's watch night service. The confirmation classes usually held on Saturday will be discon- tinued during the holiday season. They will be resumed at the usual time on Jan. 10. Card of Thanks :,;a 3^ma$ffl$$fc Altamont Reformed Church Rev. Cornelius J. Meyer, minister. Sunday, December 28th: 9:45 a. m. Sunday church school. Herbert Schaible superinteniient. 11 a. m. Morning worship service. Sermon: \The End and the Begin- ning.\ , In 1957 in New York city, which is representative of many north- eastern markets, fresh fruits and vegetables arrived from 43 states, and 20 different foreign countries. T\ Any one of ' the four deck-edge elevators On the Navy's newest au> craft carrier USS Independence, could hold two suburban lots com-£ plete with homes and landscaping. Klamm's Auto Body PROMPT SERVICE Body, Fender & Radiator Work- UNion 1-8561 - Altamont' lafMsff **cif»*c£<*4d! , **cZ\»*&**c£\Ma< 1 I * 4 ..£„• iite feature of the evening fj^.Miowing of the film, \The W ^V#i Christmas .\ Produced by & Work Telephone company. ,j.ne njin W as a puppet show, in m° T - Siting out \ 'Twas the Night ^fO^Oiristmas\ and \The Nativ- _ Ca lfalters led the singing of AR^np songs. The voices of the cr»«u?n'made this the finest song- J^3''8 le year (no. reflection on *he nipers or Gordon Hilton, the regularjnusic maker). We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all our friends.and neigh- bors for their kind expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral offer- ings in our recent bereavement. Blanche S. Crounse Marshall and Austin Crounse ... .„_ guests present at Mon- aay njifs meeting, with their re- £WF\$ fathers or hosts, were: Jack Walters (Carl Walters); Ste- jpen 'Alland (Pete Alland); Nan- ^PeJtak (Bill Pentak); Scott &&W! (Doug Spoore); Nora ! KJUy.j(Jim Kelly); Chipper Hughes <gm Hughes); Stephen Ricker {Steve yenear); P. J. Empie, Pen- ny Empie (Paul Empie); Candy, Dgbbie and Margo Ether (Jack Ether);. CarUon- McFarland, San- dra Armstrong, Steven Rogers and A<?mmy Armstrong (Frank Bru- npJ r . Jimmy Matthews (Charles FMnk); Steve, Fred and Bill Mun- tpe- (Clair Munroe); Andrea Ed- wards (Andy Ulrich); Jane, Susan gnd Robin DuBrin (Ned Sanford); :Susan Pennoyer (Bob Pennoyer); ;F*ank ^Vuliams DT (Frank Wil- liams Jr.) Subscribe to the Altamont Enter- prise — $3.00 per year. V H$4R YWK FAmmmmj, Arthur fiedler and a* Boston Pops TOUR OBCHESTRA 0 IK it's such a small world why isMt taking so much of our taxes .#i'..Tun it?\—Rutherford N. J., South Bergen News. THIS MEDICINE WILL MAKE YOU wei.1. i THE PRESCRIPTION WAS FILLED AT AHamont PHARMACY .....so we KNOW ITS WHAT THB DOCTOR TUESDAY, JAN. 6th At 8:30 P. M. All Seats Reserved $4.00 - 3.50 - 3.00 - 2.50 - 200 - 1.50 TICKETS ON SALE Albany — Ten Eyck Record Shop Music Bar, Westgate Center Schenectady -- Apex Music Korner Latham — Music Bar, Latham Ctr. Troy — Frear\s Department Store RPI FIELD HOUSE TROY, N. Y. AShley 4-0900 ACNE: THE BANE OF TEENAGERS Two prominent skin special- ists several years ago said: \The future of many a young i person is ruined by the unsightly les- ions in precisely those skin sites which cannot be well hidden.\ The acne patient has been the special qpncern of many derma- tologists who sympathize with the mental side of the acne pa- tient\as well as with his physical treatment. Something had to be done to remove the fear of the young sufferer of not being socially acceptable. This has been accomplished. ' Now, active healing • ingredi- ents'are incorporated in smooth eoyer-all products to avoid psy- chosomatic complication^ of acnei • T^ another example of modern' manufacturing metfi-.- ods .keeping up with the strides of <moclern research. i m m Ache Prejteurations ACNOMEL CREAM and CAKE $1.35 PHISOHEX LIQUID 5 oz. $1.60 VITAMIN A CAPSULES, 50,000 units— 100 for $4.98 ALBOLENE CLEANSING CREAM— 1 Pound 98c it Women's Commercial Ernie Jensen 175! Martha Gallup 455 : Voorheesville Merchants Mac McCartney 215.-1 Bill Schultz 22&( Mike Ricci 22&-5M' Charles Fields 212-59$ Voorheesille Forest Kay Tymchyn 191-506 Jackie Beardslee <516: Vickie Tymchyn 514. St. Lucy's CYO Junior Mixed -t Girls Siisan>BennoyeKv^.i «ifc^x-. *,.. >V, 1 Boys Bob Batters\.?.- ': 146-36S; Redmen's Mixed Women Marion Cox 172-470* Men Al Countryman 204-568 Gus Boeck 528 Herb Moak i.'526 Altamont Business Men. Vic Tymchyn [ 234-608 Ken Sebast 601 McKownville Fire Mixed Women Millie Van Wormer 165 Helen Relihan 445 Men Tom Garrison 222-563 Altamont Mixed Women Virginia Tryon 153T410 Men Merritt Hildreth 219 Ken Crosby 581 Altamont Recreation Mixed Women Flo Barbagelott 181-506 Men Charles Weaver 213, Ed Gunnerson 213' Joe Torlish 548,' Helderberg Commercial Bob Kiltz 217; Vic Tymchyn; 582 Guilderland Center Mixed Women Elizabeth Vincent 166 Anna Mae Ford 433 Men Charles Miller '. 213-521 \Too bad folks don't show as much patience all the time as they do when waiting for a fish to bite.\ —The Old Timer. ft t WB, INC. 2727 Guilderland Ave. Phone FR 2-1713 or FR 2-1005 SCHENECTADY, N. Y. « •'•• ':':••••..'• r. iEi£9£?£1^^ «-*£$»*\*?*>\'\->-•'• „ A . . ?;+.&• :^*§^m\ , . ,• --J; - <v. .''^''v ;•>;•••;\ .'t •w*^;:

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