OCR Interpretation

The Adirondack record-Elizabethtown post. (Au Sable Forks, N.Y.) 1920-1975, October 22, 1942, Image 8

Image and text provided by Northern NY Library Network

Persistent link: http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn87070340/1942-10-22/ed-1/seq-8/

Thumbnail for 8
^^^ SLGE EIGHT THE RECORD-POST, AU SABfcE FORKS, N, Y., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1942 ELIZABETHTOWN Mrs. Mary Tubbs of Bristol, Vt, 1 called on relatives and friends in k town Sunday. Callers at Alfred MacDougal's Sat- urday were Seymour MacDougal, daughter Irene, Miss Joann Skinner, Miss Josie MacDougal of Pine Grove and Charles Rivers of Keene Val- ley. Mrs. James Delong spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. ' Robert Torrance, in Albany. Bert Glidden called on Seymour MacDougal Sunday afternoon. Miss Loraine Van Valkenberg of Plattsburg spent the weekend at her home in town. Sf RVINC AMERICAS SECOND FRONT • Thrifty thousands turn to A&P - - - lor the fine food they need--- to keep the family in top shape. 'Kleenex 2-, 1 ;r.25 c 150 sheets 10c—440 sheets 25c n«*/» J NUT BREAD A 07 C Udl C DROMEDARY L CANS Z I Berber's <&&. 8 PK°<? 15 C Berber's SKIS? VSf 15 C • -Mil- SPAGHETTI O !IOZ OQC 01111 S SAUCE / CANS ZI J WITH MUSHROOMS or MEAT CAN L 24 C CAN 8 68 C 6 Ib can $1.35 Au Sable Forks MclNTOSH APPLES FANCY & SELECTED CALIFORNIA FANCY RED RIPE * Tomftoes u19 c Pumpkin 5 10 c U. S. NO. 1 GOLDEN—SWEET Potatoes 5 25 C WHITE BOILING SIZE Onions 2 25 C MAINE—U. S. NO. 1 SELECTED Potatoes 15 41 C U. S. NO. 1 WAXEO Turnips 3 1O C CALIFORNIA JUICY, THIN-SKINNED LARGE *nr SIZE DOz45f 1 ' VERY SHARP, BENCH-CURED White Cheddar LB35 C Kraft's COON Cheese LB45 C I Limburger ViS 33 C i Domestic Bleu LB39 C Scot Tissue 3 ROLLS 23 C Scot Towels R L10 C Waldorf Tissue 4ROLLS19 C Soft-Weve Tissue RO LL9 C SwanSoap 3C R A E K G ES 18 C Swan Soap 2 :I 19 C Octagon Cleanser CAN 5 C Palmolive SOAP 3 K. 20 C 27 C Oxydol G ^63« Camay Soap 3 A , 20 c Duz 2 PKGS D 19 C KS 22 C Rinso 2%.19*?.£22' Lux Toilet SOAP 3 AKES20 C Selox AMPBELL'S O NO- * OCfi TOMATO O CANS A3 NEW—IMPROVED %,_ iT ' JANE PARKER—SEALED CARTON ? Cracked Wheat, Cim Mrs. Millard Curran of Lewis vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred MaoDougal Wednesday. Mrs. '-William MacDougal, Mrs. Ralph Vanderbeek and Mrs. Alfred MacDougal were in Plattsburg shop- ping Tuesday. Dinner guests at Seymour MacDou- gal's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Warren, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Mac- Dougal and Rupert Carson of Lew- is. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vanderbeek and Miss Irene Fleury spent Sunday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mac- Dougal. W. T. Lossuk of Albany was in town on business Monday. Miss Margaret Brua, who is em- ployed in Schenectady, was in town over the weekend. We are sorry to report that our Red Cross nurse, Betty C. Cross, had the misfortune to break her wrist Sunday afternoon. Lehman Stafford, mechanic at the Cross garage, was ill the past week. George Hull of Crown Point has been visiting relatives in this vicin- ity. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huttig closed Carl's Studio and left for Schenec- tady Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Stevens vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knickerbock- er in Crown Point one evening last week. Thursday at 2 p. m. the United So- cieties will meet at the Social Cen- ter for sewing and a program which will begin at 3 o'clock. In line with other church women throughout the United States the women of this church are taking up the study of South America and a program is planned to be given once a month. \On This Foundation\ by Stanley Rycroft will be used for the basis of the study. The first program on Thursday will be a general introduc- tion to the Latin American countries, ncluding a map study with refer- ence to the people, their languages, culture and religion. All women of the church and parish are invited to this and all meetings of the socie- ty. Thursday at 7:45 the choir re- hearsal will be held at the home of Mrs. Kitty Rumney. There will be a Hallowe'en party in the parish house on Friday even- ing beginning at 7:30 for both young and old. There will be a varied pro- gram of entertainment and refresh- ments will be served. Admission fee 11 be a donation for a harvest able, such as vegetables, fruit, or anned goods. Later the gifts will ie taken to the Children's Home in iattsburg. An old fashioned Hallowe'en frolic will be held at the Beer's Head Inn on October 31st for the benefit of St. Elizabeth's church. Further de- tails will be given next week. Robert Partridge has been ill in bed for several days. Mrs. Cecil Burpee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Laraby of Elizabeth- town, with her* daughter Lila and son Richard, recently moved from their home in Union, N. J.,. to 391 Roger William Avenue, Highland Park, Illinois, where the family are near Lt. Burpee, who is stationed at Fort Frederick. A letter from Donald DeFay, Lt. (j.g.), on the Pegasus, was received by Mrs. Frank A. Stevens Monday in which he told of their recent ar- rival in port. He also learned upon his arrival tihat he was no longer Lt. (j.g.) but Senior Lieutenant, and was to report to the Naval Air Sta- tion at Lakehurst, N. J., for officei training in lighter, than air duty. Mrs. Ralph Knickerbocker of Crown Point, her mother, Mrs. Traver, and brother, George Traver, Tec. 4th Class at Fort Knox, Kentucky, call- ed on friends in town Tuesday. Mr. Traver who was on an eleven day furlough, returned to camp Wednes- day. Harvey Gauthier, formerly of Eliza- bethtown but recently employed in Scshenectady, has enlisted in the navy and left Thursday for his training station. Mrs. Jennie Regenia-Conley, who has been quite ill at her home on River street, is much improved, we are glad to say. The Social Center Sunday evening program of October the 17th was en- joyed by about seventy guests who wish to extend thanks to Prince and Princess Ladislas Sapieha, the Bar- oness Bornemissa and also to Mr. Jon Nowak. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (Episcopal) ENzabethtown Rev. Cornelius Du Bois, Rector 21st Sunday after Trinity, Oct. 25: 11:00 a. m.—Morning prayer and sermon. 5:00 p. m.—War-time prayers. THE UNION CHURCH (Episcopal) New Russia 21st Sunday after Trinity, Oct. 25: 3:00 p. m.—Evening prayer and ser- mon. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH (Episcopal) Essex 21st Sunday after Trinity, Oct. 25: 11:00 a. m.—Morning prayer and sermon by the Rev. Albert Gale. AUXILIARY NEWS Boquet Valley Unit No. 561, Am- erican Legion Auxiliary, held installa- tion of officers Friday evening in the Legion Home. Mrs. Marlon Brown, past president of the unit, installed the following officers: President, Mrs. Louise Gilligan; 1st vice presi- dent, Mrs. Marion Brown; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Kathryn Rumney; sec- retary, Mrs. Cora Lashway; treasur- er, Mrs. Sara Burres; chaplain, Mrs. Sadie Den ton; Sgt.-at-anns, Mrs. Julia Cartier; executive committee, Mrs. Sadie Denton, Mrs. Julie Car- tier and Mrs. Cora Lashway; county committee, -Mrs. Louise Gilligan, Mrs. Marion Brown and Mrs. Sara Burres; historian, Mrs. Zella Skillen. Several reports were given. The chairmen of the various com- mittees were appointed by the presi- dent as follows: Americanism, Evan- geiine Egglefleld; American Legion Mt. camp, Zella Skillen; eancer con- trol, Georgianna Merrihew; chaplain, Sadie Denton; child welfare and child health camp, Marion Brown; Colonial American study program, Helen Smith; civilan defense, Kathryn Rum- ney; community service, Cora Lash- way; constitution and by-laws, Ruth Denton; coupons, Sadie Denton; edu- cation of world war orphans, Mary Nye; employment, Ella Lashway; fi- nance, Sara Burres; Girls' State, La- vina Thomas; Gold Star mothers, Hattie Hall; history, Zella Skillen; juniors, Ruby Carson; legislation, Edith Egglefield; Liaison, Nellie Scriver; membership, Louis Gilligan; music, Genevieve Keating; national defense, Maude Hathaway; Pan Am- erican study, Clara Metcalfe; past president's parley, Marion Brown; poppies, Marylynn Burres; radio and publicity, Sara Burres; rehabilitation, Zella Skillen; trophies and awards, Julia Cartier; voluntary service, Kathryn Rumney. The unit will hold a harvest sup- per on Saturday, October 24th, at the Legion Home. Brown; county fcommitteeman, Hugh T. GiUigan. The new commander named his committees as follows: Executive committee, S. R. Egglefleld, S. L. Brown, G. H. Smith, J. B. Rumney; membership, S. R. Egglefleld, J. B. Rumney; legal and auditing, D. D. Rogers, A. J. Keating; finance, Law- ton Metcalfe, G. H. Smith, John Mor- ganthau; publicity, G. H. Smith; ser- vice, Gordon Daniels, J. G. Burres, S. L. Brown; visitors, H. T. Gilligan, J. G. Burres, R. L. Baker; American- ism, Kenneth Lawrence, G. H. Smith, Lawrence Skillon; lesior officer, Law- rence Skillon. AMERICAN LEGION NEWS Boquet Valley Post No. 551, held its regular meeting and installation of officers on Saturday, October 17th, 1942, at the Legion Home at Eliza- bethtown. The following officers were install- ed by Essex County Commander S. R. Egglefield: Commander, John Mor- ganthau; 1st vice commander, A. J. Keating; 2nd vice commander, Ken- neth, Lawrence; 3rd vice commander, George Liberty; finance officer, Law- ton Metcalfe; adjutant, J. B. Rumney; service officer, Gordon Daniels; serg- eant at arms, Donald D. Rogers; his- torian, G. H. Smith; chaplain, S. L. ELIZABETHTOWN CENTRAL SCHOOL NEWS Air Raid Warning With the new recommendations from the defense council of-the coun- ty, children will be sent home in case of air raid warning, if they live with- in a ten minute radius of the school. The school will be glad to have chil- dren living within such a radius take other youngsters home with them if they can do so conveniently. The children from- the Lamb .school will be permitted to stay at the Lamb school in the most appropriate places because it would be necessary for them to cross a dangerous cross sec- tion at a busy hour. This will not be the case, however, when they move to the old high school building. Senior Class Activities The class of '43 are starting this year's activities with a food sale at Wood's store, Saturday, October 24, from 2 to 5 p. m. The class are also selling Christmas cards and station- ery. Junior Class The class of '44 have elected their class officers as follows: President, Ellen Dunn; vice president, Bruce Brown; secretary and treasurer, Cyn- thia Rogers. Music Activities at School Parents of children interested in instrumental music should see Ralph Asmus, director of music, at an ear- ly date if they expect their children to receive credit for music for this year. The Glee club is open to pu- pils not only in the high school but also in the junior high school. They have just received a few more num- bers for the chorus which should make it mdre interesting and live- ly. Soccer News Elizabethtown will play soccer with Essex this Friday at the Essex field. This game is to follow the victory over Westport played Friday, Octo- ber 16, with the score 1-0. UNITED CONGREGATIONS Rev. Stanley Carne, Pastor Sunday, October 25— Church School in Parish House — 10:00 a. m. Adult Bible Clasa in the Vestry led by the Pastor—10:15 a. m. Church Worship Service. Topic, Jehovah vs. Judah—11:00 a. m. Organist—Miss Helen Arthur. Qhoir Director—Mr. Ralph Asmus. Thursday, October 22, at 2 p. m., the women of the United Societies will meet at the Social Center for sewing and a program which will be- gin at 3 o'clock. Choir rehearsal will be held at the home of Mrs. Kitty Rumney at 7:45 Thursday evening. Lewis Worship service 2:00 p. m. Mrs. Mary Benedict, organist. Church school following worship service. C. E. Societies at the parish hall Thursdays at 3:30 p. m. • 'GETITATJAQUES' When in Plattsburg Make Jaques Drag Store yoar headquarters. A GOOD PLACE TO EAT W v B.JAQUESDRUGCO.,lnc. 72 Margaret Street PLATTSBURG, N. Y. CARD OF THANKS j We wish to express our apprecia- j tion for the kindness and sympathy extended to us in our recent bereave- ment, and for the beautiful Moral of- ferings. Mrs. Cyrus G. Agnew, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Agnew and Family. KNOWLTON'S MARKET For Quality MEATS Fish— Fancy Select Oysters Fresh Killed Chickens Creamery Butter ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT —WE HAVE IT. Political Advertising Political Advertising I Political Advertising Political Advertising SHERLOCK E. HALEY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF CLINTON COUNTY The law and order of a community depend to a large ex- tent upon the efficiency of its law enforcing officers of whom none is more important than the District Attorney. He is charged with the prosecution of all crime in the county. He must be an experienced and capable lawyer, vigorous and hard- working, impartial and conscientious. He must have the confi- dence of the public and should place the duties of his office above every other business and professional interest. Sherlock E. Haley,! 41 years old, with a wife and four children, is this type of man. He deserves your support on Election Day. A vote for him is a vote for law enforcement UPPER JAY A son, -Paul James, jr., was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beattie of Au j Sable Forks on Saturday, October 17, at Southmayd's nursing home. Mrs. Beattie is the former Lura Richard- son of Upper Jay. Howard Branch is now stationed with the armed forces in New Or- leans, Louisiana. Mrs. Herman Nye has, returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clark Nye in New Haven, Conn. Mrs. Frank Torrance is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Bruce in Springfield, Mass. Mrs. Ed Chabbott and Margaret Madden of Jay called on Mrs. Wal- ter Torrance and family Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hazen of North Jay visited Mrs. Ella Wilson and J Clayton. Kerr Sunday. Mrs. Byron Blanchard, Mrs. Ed- win Torrance and Miss Helen Tor- rance were guests at a bridge party given by Mrs. Harold Boynton of Jay on Friday evening of last week. Sergeant Arto Monaco has been transferred from Camp Aberdeen, Maryland, to California. He has ar- rived there safely. Mrs. Clifton Straight has been ill after having received a serious burn on her arm. Mr. and Mrs. Tim D'Avignon of Av Sable Forks, Mrs. L. B. Monaco and Mrs. James Monaco spent Sunday in Bridgeport, Vt. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Bevans and son David of Glens Falls were Sun- day dinner guests of Mrs. Ross Nye and family. Mrs. Foster Daggett and Miss Cora Emmogene Nye were business all- ers in Plattsburg Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Fugate return- ed home from Boston on Monday evening. Their aunt, Miss Bertha Seldner of Boston, is visiting them. The WSCS study group met at the home of Mrs. Charles Cutler on Wed- nesday evening. Mrs. Horace Harmon of Walpole, Mass., is visiting her sister, Mrs. By- ron Blanchard. Mrs. Hannon, Mrs. Blanchard and Mrs. Kate Parsons spent Tuesday in Lake Placid. FOR SALE Chevrolet Coach in First-Class Condition Inquire of Mrs. Mary Seckington Phone 21-J ELIZABETHTOWN, N. Y. Capitol Theatre ELIZABETHTOWN, N. Y. Fri., Sat., Oct. 23-24— (Double Feature) RIDING THRU NEVADA CHARLES STARRETT SIN TOWN Constance Bennett, Andy Devine Leo Carrilio Sun., Mon., Oct. 25-26— YOU CAN'T ESCAPE FOREVER George Brent, Brenda Marshall Gene Lockhart JAY There will be a Grange social at the Grange hall in Jay, Friday even- ing, October 23rd. There will be games, fiish pond, prizes and round and square dancing. Refreshments of sweet cider and doughnuts will be served. There will be only a small charge for admission. Everyone wel- come. Come and have an evening of fun. The funeral of Dr. Gilts Baldwin was held from the home of Prof, and Mrs. N. S. Pinney Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Dr. Charles Robertson conducted the services. Rev. Wilson has returned from Newton, N. H., and preached to a large congregation at the Baptist church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller and chil- dren, Nancy, Timmy and Linda of Dannemora, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith were dinner guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith. Charles Cornick of Schenectady spent the weekend with his wife and children. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Perkins of Lake Placid is staying with his aunt, Mrs. Pearl Pierce, for a week. Cyril Buyssee was a recent busi- ness caller in Massena. Miss Mary Bond of Plattsburg came Saturday and will stay for several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Pinney. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith left Mdn- day morning for New York city to vis- his sister, Mrs. Joseph tlbriaco and family and will go to Huntingdon, X». L, where they will stop with her bro- thers and cistern for a few days. Mrs: Mabel Hathaway, who has been |n Schenectady to attend the wedding of her daugitter Belle, has returned home. John Bruce has been, working for Leo Sprague doing carpenter work. M. J. Robert was a business caller in Placid Tuesday. SCHOOL TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I, the undersigned Collector of Tax- es, in and for Central School District No. 1 of the towns of Elizabethtown, Westport, Lewis and Chesterfield, County of Essex, New 'York, have re- ceived the tax roll for the said dis- trict, together with the warrant, for the collection of the same; and that I will attend at my residence in Lew- is, New York, on and after the 3rd day of October, 1942, up to and in- cluding the 30th day of November, 1942, for the purpose of receiving such taxes, without any fee. After November 30, 1942, I will proceed to collect the remaining unpaid taxes at a fee of five per centum. Dated, Lewis, New York, October, 3, 1942. ARTHUR E. DAVENPORT, Collector of Taxes for School District No. 1 of Central School District of the Towns of Elizabethtown, Westport, Lewis and Chesterfield, New York. 10-22t6 NOTICE OF HEARING UPON PRELIMINARY BUDGET TOWN OF WILMINGTON Notice is hereby given that the pre- liminary budget of the town of Wil- mington for the fiscal year begin- ning January 1, 1943, has been com- pleted and filed in the office of the town clerk at Wilmington, where it is available for inspection by any interested person at all reasonable hours at the Town House. Further notice is hereby given that the Town Board of the town of Wilmington will meet and review said preliminary budget, and hold a public hearing thereon at the Town House from two o'clock p. m. until 5 o'clock p. m., on the 5th day of November, 1942; and that at such hearing any person may be heard, in favor of, or against, the preliminary budget as compiled, or for or against any item therein contained, pursuant to Section 113 of the town law. The proposed salaries of the fol- lowing town officers are hereby speci- fied as follows: Supervisor—$1500. Justices of the Peace—|400. Councilman—1200. Town Clerk-4720. Town Superintendent—11050. By Order of the Town Board. Frances, Hardy. Town Clerk. Dated October 11, lUi.

xml | txt