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' v ',V . '' THE JOURNAL-NEWS. NYAGK, N. Y„ THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1940 Germonds Church To Observe 80th Anniversary At Services on Sunday Program Arranged ' for Entire Day of Celebration A high sppt in the history of the Germonds Presbyterian Church will be* marked on Sunday when the congrega- observe tion and friends will the 80th anniversary of its organization. The church, ac ­ cepted by Presbytery October 29, I860, as the “ Dutch Evangelical Church of Clarks ­ ville, N. Y. ” , has been unique during its entire existence in that it stands in practically open country, drawing its membership from all the sur ­ rounding: territory. An ambitious program for the observance has been prepared by the present pastor, the Rev. Jo- soph Littell, with three services during the course of the day. At the morning service the anniver ­ sary sermon will be preached by Dr. Joscp ‘ h Hunter, president of Bloomfield College and Seminary which has sent several pastors to the church, and he will be assist- ted by Mr. Littell and the Rev. J. H. Jensen of Tallman who for 39 years previous to his retirement in 1934 was the church pastor. Ministers to bo Guests In the afternoon, starting at three o ’ clock, a rcdedlcatlon serv ­ ice will be held with ministers from all of Rockland County as ­ sisting. Mr. Jensen will preach the sermon and participating will be the Rev. A. J. Murchison of New Hempstead, the Rev. Laverne Van- der Hill of the West Nyack Re ­ formed Church, the Rev. Charlee M. Ackertpnn of Haverstraw, the Rev. G. W. Jung of Suffcrn, the Rev. J. E. Hamilton of Nyack who is moderator of the Hudson Pres ­ bytery, the Rev. Luther Hollister of Stony Point, and the Rev. Ray ­ mond Rickets of the New City Methodist Episcopal Church. Evening services at 8 o'clock will be conducted by Mr. Littell who will preach an historical ser ­ mon dealing with leading events in the church ’ s progress during the past 80 years. All of the services will be featured by special musical programs with solos by members of the choir and by guest artists including Miss Katherine Ohl, Mrs. Herbert C. Hansen, Robert Thomas, and Mrs. Margaret Hofman Foslcr and My ­ ron Foslcr of Newburgh. At 1:30 p. m. the Ladies Circle of the church will serve a dinner to those who plan®to attend both morning and afternoon services as well any others. Remodeling Program Coincident with the anniversary of the church has been an exten ­ sive remodeling and construction program. The church and Sunday School room have been complete ­ ly redecorated and work has been started on a G8 by 30 parish hall building on the Manse property, A new electric organ, used for the first time last Sunday, has been installed following a campaign for funds among members of the < gregation by Mist? Katherine Ohl who collected $600 in cash and se ­ cured pledges for the balance. Mrs. Roland Brown is church organist. Gifts to the church on its anni ­ versary include four silver c munion plates by Emil Ohl and family in memory of Anna Ohl. a new pulpit carpet from Mr. Mrs. Richard Foley, a new altar cloth from the Ladies ’ Circle, new communion table cloth memory of Mr. and Mrs. William Stern of New City given by their children, and a new Bible • marker FOUR LICENSES ARE SUSPENDED, 1 REVOKED ALBANY, Oct. 24 — The licens. of one Rockland County motorist was revoked and the licenses of four others were suspended by Carroll E. Mcaley, commissioner of motor vehicles, during the two weeks ended Oct. 12. Jack Lee Chasin of Monsey Heights Road, Monsey, lost his license for leaving the scene of an accident without reporting. The license of James Morgan of White Street, Spring Valley, was suspend ­ ed for 30 days for reckless driv ­ ing. Mrs. Margaret Kenny of Hav ­ erstraw Road, Suffcrn, and Mrs. Doris L. Miller of Hlllburn lost their licenses for indefinite terms of suspension for being involved in an accident, an accident which cost the life of Mrs. Kenny ’ s fa ­ ther, James Conklin. William J. Kelly of Nyack had his license suspended for being involved in the accident which resulted in the death of Bernard Cesar of Valley Cottage. HILLCREST FIREMEN TO ENTERTAIN YOUNGSTERS The Hillcrest firemen will en ­ tertain the boys and girls of their flro district in the new hall on the evening of October 31. The party will begin at 7:30 o ’ clock with a display of costumes, followed by local entertainment and movies. This event Is looked forward to each year by the boys and girls of the community. The firemen, along with the Boy Scouts, will leave no stone unturned to make this year's event memorable. Ad ­ mission will be restricted to those living within the district. ROAD UNDER REPAIR New City Road, as far west • from Congers as the foot of Red Hill, Is under reconstruction by the Rockland County highway de ­ partment, closing the road to traf ­ fic except at intervals when ma ­ chinery is not “ operating. LEAGUE TO MEET The Hebrew Citizens Educational League is holding a meeting at 8:30 o ’ clock Monday evening at the Jewish Cortmunity Center. S. H. Baranoff, president of the League, will conduct an open forum. THE BISHOP MISBEHAVES POSTPONED BY ANTRIM The Antrim Players' production of “ The Bishop Misbehaves ” b^s been postponed from tomorrow and Saturday nights to Wednesday and Thursday nights of next week, it was announced today. Reason given for the |)ostpone- ment is the desire on the part of the Suffern dramtic club to have its rehabilitated theater on Route 202 \completely comfortable\ for the audience. Tickets already sold for the performances this week will be accepted at the presenta ­ tions next week. FIRE NEAR MONSEY LODGE It was reported, in accordance with a widely prevalent statement, that the Monsey Lodge had been gutted by lire. The blaze, it was learned today, was in a large frame building on neighboring property owned by a person named Gilbert, from New York City. Pearl River, Mrs. George Boardman enter ­ tained as hostess the members of the Jolly Pinochle Club of Pearl River last week at her home on GCorge Avenue. Cards were played and refreahments were enjoyed, prizes were awarded to Mrs. George Cooper, the highest In consolation for the lowest score. Mrs. Henry Swartz was also pres ­ ent as was Mrs. Jane Young, a visiting guest. This was the flrat time In several weeks that Mrs. Bader had attended the club, hav ­ ing recently recovered from an op ­ eration. The stocking club of the Pearl River Hook and Ladder Company Auxiliary was entertained at the home of its chairman, Mrs. James Kennedy on Sicklctown road last week. After the short business meeting games were played and refreshments were served. Among those present were: Miss Louise Begcmann, Mrs. George Stone, Mrs. Charles Herrmann, Mrs. John Herrmann, Mrs. Gladys McNa ­ mara, Mrs. E. Brundage, Mrs. J. Russell, Mrs. C. Pahlaian, Mrs. A. Sautcr, Mrs. G. Effenbcrgcr, Mi*. William Edsall and Mrs. W. Mo- latch. You Are Helped to Save By More Interest at the O j . 2% IINTEREST ON THRIFT ACCOUNTS ~ The Highest Interest Hate Allowed by New York State Law $1,000 Earns $5 A Year MORE At The RAMAPO TRUST Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp ’p. given by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ehl- ig- On exhibition also will be all availabel pictures of- confirmation clashes, and old German Bible used in the early years of the church, contents of the cornerstone of the Nyack church built in 1888 and merged with the Germonds church in 1929, old lamps, old church fur ­ niture, and so on. Founded In 1860 The Germonds church had its start when 32 men met at the homo of Carl Schroeder In Nanuct In the Summer of 1860 and the first pastor was the Rev. J. Wahr- enberger. The church Itself was built at a cost of about $2,000 for building and property with the work done by members of the con ­ gregation. Adze-hewn floor beams laid at that time are stil Intact. The Rev, Krusl took the pastor ­ ate during 1869 and following him was the Rev. Rosenthal. In 1870 the present church bell was dedi ­ cated. Next came the Rev. Loock during whoso pastorate the pres ­ ent cemetery was laid out, the horse sheds built, and the Ladies Aid Society founded. This organ ­ ization, now the Ladies Circle, gave to the church its first Manse. The Nyack church was founded in 1880 by the Presbytery of the Hud ­ son during the pastorate of the Rev. Schabchorn. Following came the Rev. Carl Vuilleumler who organized the Young Peoples ’ Society and In 1895 the church entertained the convention of German mlnlatera and ciders of the East. During the long pastorate of Mr. Jense n the church saw much ac ­ complished. He preached his first sermon at the church In 1891 while still a theological student and took over his charge In 1895. In 1899 the old church was remodeled, the Sunday School auditorium add ­ ed,. new pews and etalncd glass windows purchased and at the 40th anniversary in 1900 only $1,500 re ­ mained to be paid off of the $5,000 debt incurred. Other events during his pastor ­ ate included the building of the present Manse at a cost of $5,000, transition from German to Eng ­ lish services, and in 1930 a reun ­ ion of all catechumen classes from 1895 onward in tribute to the pas ­ tor. Mr. Jensen was followed in 1934 by the Rev. Chnrlce Chrlsman who remained a year. Mr. Littell took over the call of a split congrega tion in May of 1937 to become the tenth minister in the church ’ s 80 years. At the present time the church has a membership of 155 with more than 110 members add ­ ed since 1937. Eiders of the church are Louis Ehling, Herman Branath, Theodore Arwc, Leonard Bernstein, Charles Roth, and Gillian Bertholf. Trus ­ tees arc John H. Jensen, Jr., Emil Voltmer, Norman R. Baker, George B. Wesel, Ernest Wlebicke, Charles Roth, Herbert Rtckll, Katherine Ohl, and Carl Manzler. A HOT SPECIAL FOR COLD WEATHER TO MAKE WARM FRIENDS FOR PAUL ’ S- WESTW00D OIL HEATER Famous nationally advertised odorless Heater (cen ’ t mention the name because of the low cut price but you'll recognize it) for one large room you SAVE $7. (pay only $1. weekly). Heater with two giant burners (or two Urge £ £ g Q rooms... you SAVE |1L (pay only ft weekly) FINE FURNITURE PAUL ’ S Opp. Post Office 22S WESTWOOD AVE. WESTWOOD LEGAL NOTICE Arthur Durant..Sntden,' Paulin® L. Bnrdfn, I.n,'vrrnre H. Browosrll and Hernleel E. Brownsell Borger, Plaintiffs, — against — Rolwrt B. Smith. Frederick \V. Smith and Ellarene Smith, his wife, Kerman J. Acker and Mar ­ garet -Acker, hi* wife, Adelaide Fisher Acker, former wife of Nor ­ man' J. Acker. Bert. Acker. Vir ­ ginia Acker Stiryock, former wife of Bert Acker, Frank Johnson, Martin Johnson. Patricia Johnson, Helen Wood Doollner, daughter and only heir at law of Robert It. Wood, deceased,'and Harper Poell- ner, her husband, Helen N. Chris ­ tian. Janet R. Wood, Elbert Green, widower of Martha Wood Green, deceased., William M. Wood and Carrie Wood, his wife, and Wil ­ liam M. Wood, as Committee of Jennie Acker, an. alleged Incom ­ petent, Oscar Slorer, Kllr.n1>eth Storer, Arthur 8. Baker and “ Mar ­ garet'* Baker, his'wife, the name \Margaret\ being, fictitious, the ‘ true lirst name of «sald defendant being unknown to plaintiffs, Anna Baker Ulffiii and Virginia Acker, wife of Howard J. Acker; and all other persons having or who may claim to have an Interest ih or lien upon the premises described In the complaint herein, whether as heirs at Jaw, next of kin, drt- logatees. hue vldow * Itlov distr executors, administrators, trustees in bankruptcy, receivers tion of the said premises and 01 Sarah Wood and Joseph Wood her husband, deceased, and Iheli seven deceased children, Man beth Wood nlth, Wood, William Wood. George W. Wood. John C. Wood. Sarah J. Wood Baker, otherwise known as Jennie Wood Baker, and Joseph Wood, and of their deceased de ­ scendants. Sarah E. Smith Acker, Charles Acker, Sarah Ellen Acker Barquinaro-Johnson, Margaret Smith Wyckoff, Harry V. Wyck- off, Etta Smith Wilson, Anna Wood Christian, Martha Wood Green and Mary Wood Storer. or otherwise, it being Intended to In ­ clude In said class of defendants, all of the descendants and suc ­ cessors in Interest of Sarah Wood and Joseph Wood, her husband, and of any prior owner of said premises or any part thereof other than those specifically named herein, those specifically named being Inclusive of all of the liv ­ ing descendants and successors lit Interest of the said Sarah •and Jo ­ seph Wood, deceased, known • to plaintiffs, with their husbands and wives, and the names and residences of the defendants not so named, being unknown to plaintiffs, and others. Defendants. LEGAL NOTICE The foregoing summons la served upon you by publication pursuant to *1 -L ... I. .. ... Wlta^l.tnF der of Hon. Graham Wltschlef. a Justice of the Supreme Court of the State pf New York, dated the 11th day of October. 1140. Said action Is brought to determine claim and to bar the defendants from any Interest In or Hen upon all that parcel of land situate In Spring Valley. Town of Ramapo. County of Rockland, State of New Ydrk, at the Northeast corner of Funston Avenue and Main Streel. in the Village of Spring Valley, hav ­ ing a frontage on Main Street of ap ­ proximately 111 feet, a length on Funston Avenue and a line In con ­ tinuation thereof of approximately 497 feet, a width In the rear along the land of Alfred Tallman of approximate ­ ly Ofi feet, and a depth along the Northerly side pf approximately 49t5 feet; bounded on the West by Main Street; on the Bouth by Funston Ave ­ nue; on the East by land formerly of Alfred Tallman; Land on the North by land formerly of Sarah W'ood. BERT C. FULLER, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Office A Post Olfice Address, Spring Valley, N. Y. NEW YORK SUI ’ RKME COURT ROCKLAND COUNTY SUPPLEMENTAL AND AMENDED SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN HANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint in this action, copy or If the complaint Is not served wftl' this summons, to serve n notice of appearance on the plaintiffs' attorney within twenty days after service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and In case of your failure to appear or answer, Judghient will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated, October 6th. 1910. BERT C. FULLER. Attorney for Plaintiffs. Olfice & Post Office Address. Spring Valley, N. V. TO THE ABOVE NAMED AND DE ­ SCRIBED DEFENDANTS : De Ronde, rial in I ft, s E. Malloy, Charles Flood. Vlnry\ Flood, his wife, the \Mary' ’ being flctillous, the rst name of said defendant unknown to plaintiff. Pat- ,1 Sr., ami “ Jennie\ Flood, vlfe. nle\ be- fictitioiis, the true first name said defendant being unknown plaintiff, Margaret Flood, also ................. i'**y - \Mildn first m Flood Flood and \Mll- od. his wife, the name being fictitious, the true ) of {inid defendant being vlfe. plaintiff, Jan ■'AgneM' , Flood, fin lug aid defendant being unknown to plain ­ tiff, Gcnevlfve H. P. Flood. Ray ­ mond T. Flood and “ EUmbetir Flood, his wife, the name \ El Isa ­ bel h\ being fictitious, the true first name of said defendant being unknown to plaintiff, Barrie A. Flood ami “ Fanny\ Flobd. his ife, the tit ions, the flrsl defei distribute' Hood. the hu or wife of any of the above spe ­ cifically named defendants who may not have been hereinbefore named or described, ami the hus ­ bands of the said Margaret Flood, tl Eileen Flood, Tied, if the said ape- ifically named defendants, |f any if them bo deceased, whether as lelrs at law, next of kin. dlstrlbu- ees. executors, administrators, hus- land, wife, widow, widower, lega- ecs. devisees, trustees, trustees In lie *, all of whom anti their id places of residence are to plaintiff. Defendants. SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED .DEFEN ­ DANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint l» this action and to serve a copy of your answer, or if the complaint Is not served with this summons, to serve a notice of ap ­ pearance on the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after service this summons, exclusive of the day of service, ami In. ralib of your failure LEGAL NOTICE appear or atiswer, Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded In the complaint. Dated. Spring Valley, N. Y., August 91st, l!f40. . BERT C. FULLER, Esq., Attorney for Plaintiff, Office ft Post Office Address. Spring Valley. N. Y. TO THE ABOVE NAMED. DE ­ SCRIBED AND DESIGNATED DEFENDANTS IN THIS ACTION EXCEPT THOMAS E. MALLOY The foregoing summons Is served., upon you hy publication pursuant to' 1 an Order of the- Hon. Graham Wtls- chlef, a Justice of the Supreme Court of. the State of New York, dated the Hth day of October. 1940. Said Action |« brought to foreclose two certain mortgages^ one made by William F. Moles, to secure the prin ­ cipal sum of 91600.00, and ’ Interest; ^nd IlL ’ OO.OO- ami iuteresl, and for the sale of the mortgaged premises hereinafter described for the payment of said mortgages: ADft that certain lot. piece or par ­ cel 'of land ami premises, fcltuatc, ly ­ ing and being In or near the Village of Spring Valley. Town of Ramapo. County of Rpcklnnd and State of New York, known and designated . LEGAL NOTICE I,ot No. 28, on Map of land* of Oood- hardt and Moles, made by Fredarlcll Washburn, Surveyor, and duly filad In the office of the Clerk of Rock* land County. BERT C. FULLER, . Attorney for Plaintiff, Office ft Post Office AddrtM, . Spring Valley, N. Y. ADVERTISE M-E N T 7o Relieve Misery of UOUtO.TABlEJS.SAlVS.NOSt MOTS Eyes Examined S. Eisler t — H. Neuman OPTOMETRISTS Broadway, at Main 8L Distributor: BEVERWYOK BREWERIES, INOL 459 Broadway Newburgh, N. Y. 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