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4m«m m m W E D N E S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 19, 1 9 2 4 G r a n t J. Tefft, Publisher Published w e e k l y a n d entered at the Postoffice at G r e e n w i c h , N . Tf., as s e c o n d class m a i l matter. * S U B S C R I P T I O N P R I C E T h r e e M o n t h s - - $ .50 S i x M o n t h s - . - $1.00 O n e Y e a r - - $2.00 CHURCH NEWS Notice to C h u r c h Choirs T h e r e will a rehearsal of the c o m ­ bined church choirs in the Baptist c h u r c h S a t u r d a y e v e n i n g of this w e e k at eight o ’clock. T h o s e attending are requested to bring b o t h copies of m u ­ sic. St. P a u l ’s Episcopal C h u r c h Rev. J. Burton, Rector 11 a.m. - M o r n i n g prayer, preacher, M r . D u M o u l i n of Brooklyn. 12-:15 C h u r c h school. 3 p.m. M e e t i n g of the m e n of the church, speaker, M r . D u M o u l i n . *7:30 E v e n i n g prayer. W e d n e s d a y service at 7:30 p.m. C h o i r rehearsal at 8:15. T h u r s d a y the St. A g n e s guild Will m e e t at the h o m e o f Mrs. Oliver. N e x t T u e s d a y n i g h t the m o n t h l y business m e e t i n g of the Teachers a n d Officers association of' ’Q i e ~ ’S u n d a y school will be held in the church. Mrs. E d w i n W i l c o s & h d M r s . Earl B a i n will lead in a discussion of the particular nee d s a p d prpb l e m s of o u r o w n school. U n i t e d Presbyterian C h u r c h R e v . P a u l Stewart, Pastor M o r n i n g worship, ll:tfO, subject— “W h a t is thisvthing that ye do?*’ S a b b a t h School, 12:15. Y o u n g People’s service, 6:30 E v e n i n g worship, 7:30. Subject— “A L e s s o n in Faith.” P r a y e r meeting, W e d n e s d a y eve­ ning, 7:30 ' T h e W o m e n ’s M i s s i o n a r y society will m e e t with M r s . E g b e r t H e n r y . A c a d e m y street, T u e s d a y evening, N o v e m b e r 25. L e a d e r M r s . S a r a h Lant. Y o u are cordially invited to attend all o u r services a n d w o r s h i p with us. 11 Christian Science Society. R o o m s in I. O. O. F. T e m p l e Services S u n d a y m o r n i n g at o ’clock. W e d n e s d a y evening service at 8. T h e public is cordially invited to at­ tend all of th^pe services. S u n d a y school is h e l d S u n d a y m o r n ­ ing a t 10 o’clock, w h e r e pupils to the a g e of t w e n t y are received for in­ struction. A free circulating library w h e r e all of the authorized writings of M a r y B a k e r E d d y m a y be b o r r o w e d on ap- these Subject— Stewardship: O u r T i m e a n d Service for Christ. Leader, A s h t o n M a x w e l i r ' \\ \ T h e regular T h a n k s g i v i n g service will be helfi Thanksgiving: m o r n i n g at 10:30 o ’clock. Revival services will b e h e l d at the c h u r c h the w e e k b e g i n n i n g D e c e m ­ ber 8. R e v . J. H. D e a n will preach during the w e e k . ! WEST HEBROM — M i n n i e S h e p h e r d s p e n t S u n d a y w i t h h e r m o t h e r . — .Earl Dickie left last w e e k to visit friends in Connecticut. — Mrs. J a m e s J. C r a i g visited her d a u g h t e r in A l b a n y recently. — M r . and. Mrs. W i l l i a m Wilkinson called o n relatives here Sunday. — Mr . a n d M r s . W i l l i a m H . C l o u g h w e r e Granville visitors Saturday. — W i l l i a m A. C l o u g h h a s recovered f r o m his fall, a n d last w e e k w a s able to w a l k out. — Mr. a n d Mrs. J. H . G u t h r i e of I G l e n s Falls spent the w e e k e n d here i w i t h his mother, M r s . S a r a h Guthrie. I — J o h n Scott, w h o h a s b e e n spend- I i n g t w o w e e k s here, h a s returned to ! J e r s e y City, N. J., w h e r e h e ha s b e e n ' e m p l o y e d in the hospital for the past n i n e or ten months, j — Mrs. Willis B e v e r i d g e entertain­ ed Mrs. J o s e p h McNeil, M i s s A g g i e Mc C l e l l a n a n d M i s s S a r a h Beveridge last w e e k W e d n e s d a y in h o n o r of her sister, M i s s Jennie Campbell. n c . * ' plication, is mainta i n e d m _ tt R e f o r m e d C h u r c h j r o o m s ancj js o p e n t0 the public overy Rev. H. C. M o r e h o u s e Minister , W e d n e g d a y evening f r o m 7:30 to 8:00. M o r n i n g w o r s h i p at 11 o^ciock. A ; T h a n k s g i v i n g m e s s a g e will be given. S u n d a y school at 12:15. Christian E n d e a v o r service at 6:30 o ’clock, p. tn. Topic— Stewardship: EAST GREENWICH u t i u v n iv, .v. __ .r . - R e v . B. E. M y e r s m o t o r e d to Al- O u r T i m e a n d Service for Christ. < b a n y Saturday. In M e m o r i a m . In sad a n d loving m e m o r y of our d e a r G r a n d m o t h e r , w h o p a s s e d a w a y M a y 24, 1924. G o n e f r o m o u r h o m e but not f r o m 1 c u r hearts. M r . a n d Mrs. Jesse W a t e r s M i s s Marcella W a t e r s . Leader, Mrs. M a l c o l m Smith. I _ R - S t o c k h a m a n d family spent E v e n i n g worship at 7:30. T h e m e — ' - a t u r d a y m Albany. G r a c e — G r a c e Torrence w a s h o m e f r o m P r a y e r service W e d n e s d a y evening ' R u t l a n d o v e r S u n d a y . a t 7'30 — t — s' A l e x a n d e r fteir visited her All are u r g e d to h e a r Mrs. S a m u e l sister Mrs. G e o r g e M c K e r n o n , hi Ar- M . Z w e m e r of Cairo, E g y p t , on e of s y ,, a,y 'u r , , , t h e founders of the A r a b i a n Mission. . ~ M r s - J°bn G r e a v e s left Satu r d a y KEEP YOUNG a n d fflT m a n y years e n g a g e d in m i s ­ sionary w o r k a m o n g the M o s l e m s , w h o will spe a k in this church T h u r s ­ d a y at 3 : 0 0 ' a n d 7:30 o ’clock T h e m e m b e r s of the W o m a n ’s Missionary society are r e m i n d e d thnt the after­ n o o n m t - e U n c will take the jdaie of t h e regular N o v e m b e r meeting. It is expected that a pood n u m b e r will be present nut only f r o m thr R e f o r m e d chu r c h h.i! f r o m neighboring churches in this v.cmity at both meetings T h e U*-v F. f S. i.'-ille wi'l conduct the »e r \ u e nt the H - m i r for W o m e n r.‘\! ''ind ty at .’«> p m A coidi-l ’n\:!at c.n g:\rn f to attend these xervi.es foj; a month's visit with h e r sister n e a r Windsor, C a n a d a . — M r . a n d Mrs. A . A. A s h t o n a n d t w o children of T r o y w e r e visitors at J. H. M c M o r r i s ’ S a t u r d a y . — M r . a n d Mrs. J o h n Richard? an d son H e n r y w e r e guests of William all M e t h o d i c H p i s r o p a l C h u r c h S u n d a y K e r v h es— T h e hour's of w o r s h i p a r f 11 a m an d 7 3<l p.iri The pii-’i'r will d e l i v e r th e serm o n nt both service*. S u n d i v s.-l .ml at l'J ■ 1 p.in. Th.- F p w n r t h I .e ;igue » d l h o ld a de- votionnl m e e t inu undt r t h e direction .Mctiench at Ar g y l e Friday. Mr. a n d Mrs. A. F. M y e r s re­ turned h o m e f r o m A l b a n y S a t u r d a y after speeding thp s u m m e r there. - A son, Frnest A n d r e w , w a s boni to M r a n d Mrs. J o h n Skellie Friday \ g e d at M a r >' McClellan hospital, C a m ­ bridge. The J u n i o r ? g n \ e a \ e r y p l e a s i n g T h a n k - o f f e r i n g i n t e r t a . n . . n n t al the c h u r c h F r i d a y evening. T h e i r offer ing w a s th i r t y dollars. M r and Mrs. A n . l r e w Kohi-rtson nnd d a u g h t e r o f C a m b r i d g e w e r e 'w - e k - e n d g u e s t s of his sistef. M rs . H e n r y C o u l t e r , a n d f a m i l y . i'he V. I*. C I', will hold an a n ­ nual business m e e t i n g at the cliurih F r i d a y evening. Rev. J o h n I.ytle of life Paf M for Fancy Hennery Eggs white or brown. G E T O U R P R I C E S 1 E. J. SKIFF GREENWICH, N. Y. BUTTERMILK Every . e TUESDAY & FRIDAY .A f t e r n o o n B e g i i m i n g|N q y .[ 2 1 __A . W T D E R A G O N J J Phdnej257-F-5 s* of R e v j B Vrmstr.mc. M e m b e r s C a m b r i d g e will speak. T h e r e will be of the I.oneue extend tn the m e m b e r s of the church and congregation a c o r ­ dial invitation to attend this service. W e e k - d a y Activities - Pr a y e r m e e t n g W e d n e s d a y e v e ­ n i n g at 7 30. Choir rehearsal Fr i d a y evening at 7 o ’clock. T h e E p w o r t h L e a g u e will enterta-n t h e y o u n g people of the church nn d their friends at a “W h o ? W h a t ? nn d W h y ? \ social Friday evening of this w e p k at 8 o'clock. T h e W o m a n ' s H o m e Missionary so­ ciety asks for gifts of fruit, jelly, nats, candies a n d other eatables suit- j ed to the T h a n k s g i v i n g basket. T h e s e | s h o u l d be at the h o m e of Mrs. Wil- , l i a m Niles, Fisher street, early next ' w e e k . j T b e W o m a n ' s F o r e i g n Missionary 1 society will observe T h u r s d a y , N o -1 v e m b e r 20. as a d a y of prayer. A spe- | cial m e e t i n g will b e held at the h o m e ' o f Mrs. I. B. Powell at 2:45 p.m. Mrs. i J. B. A r m s t r o n g - will h a v e c h a r g e of ' the m e e t i n g i T h e annual T h a n k s g i v i n g union servi<e will be held this year o n the e v e n i n g of T h a n k s g i v i n g d a y in the 1 Baptist church. T h e Rev. E d g a r C. S m i t h will deliver the sermon. S p e ­ cial music will be rendered b y the j c o m b i n e d choirs u n d e r the direction of Rev. Joseph Burton. | perial m u s i c a n d a su p p e r will be s e r v e d . — Rev. B. E. M y e r s , pastor of the local church, preached the T h a n k - offering s e r m o n S u n d a y a n d the a n ­ nual thankoffeping w a s lifted. T h e W . M. S. offering a m o u n t e d to $liy, a n d the y o u n g w o m e n ' s to 556. C h u r c h N o t e s M o r n i n g service S u n d a y , N o v e m b e r 23, at 11 o ’clock._ Subject— 'D h U n ­ finished Task. E\'”i:ng service at 8 o'clock. S t u d y of C h i n a an d the F a r East. . u n g People's m e e t i n g at 7 p.m. People w i t h b a d backs a n d w e a k kidneys are apt to feel old at sixty. M a n y old folks say Doan's Pills help t h e m keep young. Here's a G r e e n ­ w i c h case: L. P. D a w l e y , moulder, 9 John St., says: \I a m a m o u l d e r a n d the h e a v y straining w o r k finally broke d o w n m y kidneys. W h e n e v e r I bent o v e r a severe pain darted acros- m y kidneys leaving m e so w e a k I could hardly go o n with m y work. M o r n ­ ings m y b a c k w a s lame, sore a n d stiff a n d I b e c a m e w e a k f r o m the «U>ady pain. M y kidne> •> w e a k e n e d a n d I ba d t.i get u p often every night to pass the secretion- w h i c h contained xedimcnt. I u-ed Doa n ' s Pills which 1 ho u g h ! at Pi well's U n i t store, and a f e w box-s drove the pain f r o m m y b a c k a m i put m \ kidneys in A-l shape.\ I*ii,,. f’,(V at all dealers. Don't I ximplj a-k for a kidney r e m e d y - get I loaf's Pill- the 'a— e that M r I>a\v-' lev h a d F.wt. r-Mllburn Co., Mfrs..' Bufifal... V Y N O T I C E T O P H Y S I C I A N ' S . T h e visiting a n d consulting staff will be at the M a r y McClellan hos­ pital. C a m b r i d g e , on the following d a t e s : I)r. W m . B. Coley, s u r g e o n — S u n d a y evening, N o v e m b e r 16, n n d M o n d a y m o r n i n g , N o v e m b e r 17. D t . W m . L. Cuthbert, ear, nose a n a throat - S u n d a y evening. N o v e m b e r 16, a n d M o n d a y r o o m i n g . N o v e m ­ ber 17. Dr. Chas. G. M c M u l l e n , surgeon— Visits b y appointment. Dr. B e n j a m i n S. Barringer, genito­ ur i n a r y s u r g e o n — Visits b y appoint­ m e n t . Dr. H. C. Gordinier, Physician— N o v e m b e r 3, N o v e m b e r 10, N o v e m b e r 17, N o v e m b e r 24. A New Rule Improving Auto Insurance Policy Can Be Suspended during Cold Weather and Reinstated in the Spring without Penalty A n e w rule of g r e a t i m p o r t a n c e has recently b e e n a n n o u n c e d in the a u t o m o b i l e line, designed in a practical m a n n e r to m e e t conditions in parts of the c o u n t r y w h e r e automobiles c a n n o t be operated a t t i m e s o n a c c o u n t of the cold weather. It is n o w permissible, u p o n r e quest of the assured, to s u s p e n d A u t o m o b i l e Liability, P r o p e r t y D a m a g e a n d Collision Insurance written for tw e l v e m o n t h s , with the u n d e r s t a n d i n g that, u p o n reinstatement of the policy, w h e n t h e automobile is again^ placed in operation, a pro rata p r e m i u m credit for the period of s u s ­ pension) will be granted. T h e w o r k i n g of the plan is a s fol­ lows: GKEENWICH GIFT SHOP L a r g e H o l i d a y A s s o r t m e n t C H R I S T M A S G I F T S o f all descriptions S P E C I A L L I N E of H a n d <lceorated candle sticks. X M A S C A R D S I N G R E A T V A R I E T Y D u r i n g the c o m i n g w e e k will h a v e o n h a n d a n unusually ? o o d line of s e c o n d - h a n d g a r ­ ments. All in g o o d repair At v o r y m o d e r a t e prices M B S . F. W E D D Y 80 M a i n Street Mr. AutomoJjile Owner intends to lay up his car for the season on December 1st. Ho notifies the agent, and an endorsement is then issued by the Company suspending the in­ surance. A copy of the suspension endorsement must b 6 signed by the assured and returned to * the Oom- »pany, as evidence ot his understand­ ing that tho insurance is no longer in forc^. In the Bpring when the owner plans to place his car again in operation he gives written notice of the dato to his agent, and the coverage is reinstated with an allow­ ance in the reinstatement endorse­ ment of tho pro rata return premium due the assured for the period of suspension. All suspensions shall be dated subsequent to thp request of the assured in order to prevent the back dating of suspension endorse­ ments. Similarly, upon reinstate­ ment, the date will be at some time future to the request, or at least Suspensions can he mado for no reason other than tho severity of tho Winter soason. The suspension period oannot begin prior 4 a Novom* bor 1 st and must automatically ex­ pire not later than the first day of May following. The minimum period of suspension is 60 oonsecutivo days. Any assured who does not wi&h to avail himself of the suspension privilege, but who desires to caneel his insurance, may do so as here­ tofore, calculation of return premium being made upon a short rate basis. In as much as many policies have been written during the year fox short terms the oustocjary short rate basis, it is permissible to ex­ tend such policies for the remainder of the year on payment of the dif­ ference in premium between the short term charge at which the polioy is written and the premium foT twelve months. The purpose of this foature of the rule Is to enable those policyholders who wish now to take advantage of tho suspension to be able to do so without premium pen­ alty. Alcohol I Radiator Robes W inter Fronts AT I concurrent with It. W e ask all of o u r policy holders to give this careful c o n ­ sideration for it m e a n s a substantial sa v i n g over the old plan. Le t us e x t e n d y o u r short t e r m policy at o n c e so y o u can h a v e the benefit of the saving. \If y o u r s is written on yearly basis notify us p r o m p t l y w h e n y o u h a v e laid u p y o u r car a n d w e will gladly attend to the necessary details. EFFICIENT SERVICE Investments, Real Estate and Insurance No. 9 Hill Street Phone 61 GREENWICH, N. V. Horace J- Taber Carl R. Baldwin Ferguson & Beckerii j GARAG E Let us drain the oil from crank-'! case and put in KLendaJl i winter oil. It will start easier. ! Baptist C h u r c h Rev. E d g a r C. Smith, Minister T h e prayer m e e t i n g topic tonight ( will be “T h e Doctrine of Election.” M e m b e r s of the church are invited to h e a r Mrs. S a m u e l Z w e m e r speak a t the R e f o r m e d ch u r c h T h u r s d a y af­ t e r n o o n ; n d evening on the subject of “T h e M o s l e m s . \ a m o n g w h o m she has w o r k e d m a n y years as a missionary. T h e W o m a n ' s Missionary society of this church will hold its m o n t h l y m e e t i n g Friday night in the church at 7:45 o ’clock. A n invitation is e x ­ tended to the m e n as well as thp. w o m e n of the c h u r c h tn attend. The* p r o g r a m will include a piano duet by M r s . Lester Foster a n d M r s . F r e d Taylor; a piano solo b y Rev. Mr. Smith, a n d a stereopticon lecture on , C h i n a by Mrs. Ida Fenton. R e f r e s h ­ m e n t s will be served. M e m b e r s of the W o r l d W i d e guild a n d of the C r u ­ saders will be special guests of the . society, , T h e . m e m b e r s of M r . Smith's S u n ­ d a y school class will m e e t at the p a r ­ s o n a g e S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g at 10 to g o o n a hike. D u e to illness, the pastor could not c o m p l e t e his calling in the N o r t h G r e e n w i c h a n d S p r a g u e t o w n districts this week, h u t will d o so the fore part o f n e x t week. T h e i an n u a l business m e e t i n g of the c h u r c h will be held W e d n e s d a y night, N o v e m b e r 26. S u n d a y services will be as follows: 11 a.m. Story to the boys a n d girls, a n d a s e r m o n b y the pastor o n the t h e m e — M i d n i g h t Praise. 12:15 p.m. S u n d a y school. 6:30 p.m. Christian E n d e a v o r m e e t ­ ing. Topfe— O u r T i m e a n d Service f o r Christ. Leader, M i s s Ida M a y W i l s o n . 7:30 p.m. Service of meditation a n d song. S e r m o n b y the pastor o n “In­ visible R a y s a n d T h e i r Spiritual A n ­ alogies.” Encourage the Youngsters Away at School and College b y T e l e p h o n e 'T ’ELEPHONI chats w ith father or mother back home mean a great deal to youngsters away at school. Tell”them the home g q w s . Learn of their pro­ gress and welfare. Encourage them to take a greater interest; in their work. It will make you prouder of them than ever. The school across the coanty or the college in another state is just next door by telephone — and your boy or girl there would like to hear your voice—frequently. New York Telephone Company Orders Taken by Ap- j pointment i AT Y O U R H O M E S F O R \ F o r W o m e n a n d Children Also Silk a n d Silk a n d W o o l , all sizes for m e n a n d w o m e n . U s e f n l a n d at­ tractive gilts f o r Christmas. A T M Y \ H O M E F R I D A Y A F T E R - N O O N S A N D E V E N I N G S . Lillian M. Thomas 4 3 J o h n S t r e e t - ........... P h o n e 2 4 0 - W T o w n Beautiful three-piece Suits in two-tone cut velours. Tapestries, Jacquards and_ Mohair. All hand con­ struction spring work. Frames put together with dowels. Hardwood frames, springs tied 8 ways, Webb bottoms, etc. Remember all you buy in some suits is the cover. Many different styles and patterns to sfelect from. Priced from $149.50 up. Frank A. Garrett The Cold Wave Has Arrived We are prepared for the emergency with a splendid stock of warm clothing to supply your needs. ‘ Patrick O vercoats and Mackinaws The warmest, most durable and stylish that the market affords. Bradley Sweaters and Sweater Coats Much Warmth and Little weight. SHEEPSKIN LINED COATS GLOVES and MITTENS ALL W OOL HOSIERY INTERWOVEN SILK HOSE T AN styles and weights Cooper- U n C l c r W 6 3 r Kenosha Union Suits. Root’s all wool Underwear and other styles to suit every taste and every purse. O ky. purchasing your winter outfit here. Our I OH OaLv C money prices are materially lower than city stores charge for merchandise of equal value. You owe it to yourself to get our prices be­ fore purchasing elsewhere. T H E M . S O N N C O M P A N Y GREENWICH OUTFITTERS SCHUYLERVILLE

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