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PAGE SIX THE HUDSON EEPHB -AN, TUESDAY, APBIL 1922 / ' ffiC.0FC.0Rl; With 400 Memberships Sign­ ed Up, and Over 100 More Certain to Come in, Cam­ paign Has Reached Goal. W ith about 400 m e m b e r s liip s in tlie C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e all “s;.Q-ned on the clotterl line'’ and v/itb al 100 m o i'e certain to com e ii' 'vitbin tbe n e x t few days. the Ins' drive h a s reach e d its g'oai an d su-icesa is a s ­ su r e d . T h e citizen s or H a d s o n have ta k e n a solid stan d behind th e C h a m ­ ber at a tim e w h e n everything- p o in t s to th e city ’.s g r o w t h ,.a tim e w h e n a.n organ ization of th is k in d is of v it a l im n o r tan c e . W h ile th e r e are a h u n d r e d ^ o r .so m e m b e r s h ip s “still ou t,” thes'e can be p o s t iv e ly cou n ted on- O f th e s e over 25 w ill be tak e n bj- H u d s o n ian s w h o are a t th e p r e s e n t out of the c it y on busine.ss and p leasu r e trips: A t lea s t 25 m o r e are coming- from corporation.s and oth e r larg-e co m ­ p a n ies and in s t it u tio n s in plui-ad m e m ­ b e r s h ips, m o s t o f w h ich com e from m a in offices ou tsid e th e city. T h e n th e r e -ii’ill be 50 or m o r e com e in as soon as th e p r e s e n t m e m b e r ­ sh ip s expire in th e fall. T h e r e are a t presen t n u m b e r s and can be cou n ted in as soon as th e ir m e m b e r ­ sh ip s run out. T h e n th e r e w ill be m a n y oth e r s com e from citizen s w h o h a v e been too b u s y to go to h e a d ­ qu a r ters and have n o t as y e t been seen by th e w o r k e r s . T h e r e fore, it can be said w ith a certain ty th a t a “500 and b e tter” C h a m b e r o f C o m ­ m e r c e for H u d s o n is assured. W ith su c c e s s gain e a , G e o r g e H . M o sser, w h o h a s been directing- th e :pansion cam p a ign , retu r n e d on F r i- hfew Y o r k w ith th e h ig h e s t praise for Hudson and its citizens and th e fo r e c a s t th a t H u d s o n is going\ to ex p e r ien c e and enjoy th e g-reatest b o o m in its h isto r y and th e b e g in n in g o f th is p e r iod is n o t very*far in th e fu tu r e . T h e en t ire list of th o s e w h o have an s w e r e d th e call to h e lp H u d s o n boom follow s ; K euew a l.s. N e a l M. A n d e r s o n , A tla n t ic M ills, 4; A lb a n y Southern, 6; A b r a m Bakei-, R a y T. B a tes, A n n a M. B e a ttie, E . G. B e llo w s E s t ., C h a r les S. B e n e d ict, W illiam R. B e n e d ict. A lfred A. B e n ­ son, A. F . B o g a r d u s , D r O. H . B r a d ­ ley, D. P . B r e e n , Jam e s -J. B r e n n a n , J o h n . P . B r e n n a n , M o rris B r e s k y , M e y e r B r e s k y , A . B e r m a n , A lbert B a u m , T. E . B u r k e , S. H . B lunt, W il­ lis B e n t ley, A. B r e g m a n . C laude B. C a r h a rt, C h a r les A. C a r- inter, Alf: ce Chac« C lark, Inc., C lerm o n t Ice Co., T r is- - H e n r y M. Jam e s, C. B. Johnson, Isa a c Joseph, J o n e s & Ha ar rd dy y , E . M- K a r r, R a y m o n d K e n n e d y , H a r d w a r e Co., C. G. Sam u e l K line, L e v i K n o tt, J. K r itz- m a n & Bon, L o u is K r itzm a n , K n ick ­ erbocker C e m e n t Co., 4; H . D. K irk ­ land, W illia m J. K line, L a cy & D e la- m a ter, 2; P e t e r L a h r , J. W . L e a v itt, l , E . M- ly , K in g m a n firby & .Co., McKi n s try’s Dru ■ S tore, J. R. M c- W e s ley F . L o r e n z , Larenc.e, Jam e s M cShane, C h a r les W . M a c y Co., P r a n k R . Alacy, P r a n k M., M a loney, A n g e l Mai-kessini.s, M a rsh ft B a c h m a n Co., 4; K a t h e r in e M artin, M. X-i. M e n ic k , G e o r g e C. h liller, M o r ­ ris & C o m p a n y , E m il M o.skowitz, . Xluldc W illiam J. BLUE STORE Store, A p r il I S ^ M r and M rs S t ick les attended th e fu n e r a l Of th e ir aunt, M rs Hei e n r y S tick les of Mill 1 and sister, M a r ion t Sunday w ith th e ir parents, Mr and M rs D. W . Seam a n , sm a n P in g a r is installi] lyton S t ic k le s attende d t h e ir aun t, M r s H ille r ton. F r a n k Seam a n Hud.son spen t ■ents, Mr an d R o s s m a n P in g a r is installin g - cooler in h is m a r k e t. IMiss E m m a y o u n g of N e w Y o r k sp e n t th e w e e k - e n d w ith h e r parents, Mr and M rs C. Y u n g . T h e .Misse.s L o u ise and Schrader of N e w Y o r k spent a few days w ith th e ir parents', Mr a n d M rs E m il Schrader. T h e sch o o l is clo.sed for E a s ter ra- Ti ville afts th e ir sisti iK M o d e l H a n d T,aundx-y, 1'. J. M u lhern. W^endover Neefu.«, G r o v er C. N e i- ‘bergal. N e w Aletnod L a u n d r y , N . Y. C. R. R ., N. Y. & N. E . C e m e n t & L im e Co., 6: P a r a m o u t Oil Co., Inc., B v r o n P a r k e r , Inc., W illiam Peti-y, Jordan riiilip, William J. Phillips, T h e P layh o u s e , B e n jam in P r o p st, E d w a r d P u lver, C h a r les W . P a n ii S tan ley J. R e y n o ld s , M rs T er, J. T. R ider, E. C. R iley, R iley, M a r k R o s e n th a l, L o u is J. C. R o g e r s o n & Co., S. G. Rowlvn, j S. M itchell R a in e y , D r C. G. R o s s - ( M i m a n , E d g a r J. R o s s m a n , Cf S. R o g e r s . W . W . R ice. R ich a r d M. Saulpa.ugh, W .-P . Saus- bier, C h a r les H . Scheu, A u g u s t S c h n a c k , Josep h Shove, Sam u e l S il­ ver, A b r a h a m Silverberg, C. R. S k in ­ ner, R . B r u c e Sm ith, H . S. Speed, T h o m a s S tackpool, R o b e r t Storm , R e v Mr M ipsley o f Red H o o k wa; this, p lace M o n d a y a fter caller in T h e Misse.5 ine have re E lizab e th and E d ith turned to Cuddlehack- d in g th e -s t H.^Pme. Mis C h a r les G a sser of N e w Y o r k .=pent ister vacation w ith h is parents, id Mrs r. A. Gasser. ialla- lent M o n d a y at •gner is on the sick V. P a n i g o t , ; Georg-e Sm ith attended th e fun< Belle R id-; of his brother, Abram Smith of Ga ', Jam e s C. i tin. ote, j 'Mrs John S tick les spe her h o m e in R ed H o o k . :rs L illian Wa; pente r , A lfr e d B C h a ce, W illiam W a l­ lac e Cha c e , C. W . Clapper, C lark , Inc ., C ler m o n t Ic e Co., ± r is tram Coffin, F r e d J. C o llier, F r e d J. Cook, A. C o s ta & Co., J o h n L. C ran- dell, L o u is P. C h u rch, A. V. S. C o c h ­ rane. A n ton io C o larusso, C a tskill E v e n i n g L ine. D r W . D. C o llins, S a m ­ u e l B . Coffin. . W illiam S. D e c k e r , D iam o n d B r o t h ­ ers, M a x D iam o n d . H e n r y A. D in e - hart, G. D ’O n o frio, M a rk D u n tz, V i c ­ tor D u m p f, D e lb e r t D in e h a r t, 2; Y/. J. D e lam a t e r . 2; H e r b e r t D u B o is , P . J. D o n o v a n , E . H . D a v is, E . E c k s t e in , D r J. L. E d w a r d s , A. A. E lliott, P . E. E n g e l, L. H . E r s h ler, C. H . E v a n s , C. H . E v a n s & Sons, H . C. E n - gelk e , M. B . E a ton , E lk s , B . P . O. E . F a r m e r s ' N a t ion a l B a n k , 6; A r th u r P a r r a n d , W . C. F a lk & Son, F irst N a t io n a l B a n k , 6; A b r a h a m F in k e l- stein , T h o m a s J. F o r d , Jam e s J. F o x , C. H . F r e s e , H e n r y F r ick , W illiam D. F r is s , H a r o ld E . P r itts, Sm ith, ’Swansd' P e t e r Sm iglen , J o h n C. Sm o ck, Ja( S o lom o n & Son. G. PI. T a y lor “ B r o e c k , J u liu s T h o m sen, Ch Travel', R o b e r t L. T inker, o. su. T h o r n ton, T a m a r in B r o s., T e x a s Oil Co., J o h n Tracy. F r a n k V. U h r ig, U n ion M ills, 4; C. ;s M. StCvCkpool, D r . H . H a d ley ICnittinj burgh. V a n W y c k T h o r n e Co., J. W . W a r s h e r , A r thur S. W a r d le, >r, L W a s h b u r n , E d w a r d W e stover, F r a n k B . W h e e ler, S. V. W h itb be ec cl k , th e V. h it^ e c k Studios, C laude C. W h ite- an ,'D a v id F . W in s low , W . T h o r n in g ood, T h o m a s W ilson, L e a n d e r II. W h itb e c k ?r, S. V . W h it Studio s, C laud e t h e W h it e - A b r a h a m F in k e lstein , W illiam ;y, D a v id FisI A r th u r Gift Co., 8; W illia m I. G ray, M a x Green- F in le y , D a v id F is h e r , Plenry C. G a l- ster. A r th u r G iffo rd, G r o ssm a n , R u d o lp h G r o ssm a n , M a x J. G r o s sm a n , A llen O. G ruvei', J o h n H . G o lderm a n , T. ^G u inan Co., 4; F r e d G a rrison, G u ei SC 5 '- & Terry. M ilton M. H a ll, P lallen b e c k Bros., F r e d S. H a llen b e c k , G e o r g e W . H a r ­ ris, R . P . Plarris, W . H . H e a r n , E. H e n k e r t , A. C. H e n n ig, C. H . F o r b e s & Son, R . M. H ei-zberg, C. B. H o b b le, Ja c o b H o ffm a n , th e H o lb r o o k C o m - H o ls a p p le, S. H. -d, T imo ot th y Plow a rd, H u d son 4; H u d son J a c o b H o ffm a n , p a n y , 4; F r a n k H o n e y f o r d , T im R e p u b lica n C o rporation, R iv e r T r u st Co., 6; H u d s o n Saving-s L o a n A s s o c iation , Joh n S. Hu; H o lb r o o k Syndicate, 2; H u d son W h o lesa le G r o c e r y Co., L e o n P lath a - W e a v e r , W e a v e r B u ild in g Jo h n V . W h it b e c k , Jr. Ji-uto E lectrica l R e p a ir Station, A t ­ lan tic M ills, 4; A lb a n y S o u thern, 4.; C h a r les K . B e n n e tt, B. B loom , B loom B o t t lin g W o r k s, B. P h illip s , B ros., L e v i C ooper, C h a r les C u n F r e d C arter, D e la n e y B r o s., — D e u b e l, J. A. D e itz, C. G. D u r k e e , L. A. D o w n in g , H e r b e r t D iiB o is, 2; E m p ire T u b e & S teel Corp., 4; C. H . E v a n s , D r P h ilip F r e in b e r g , W illiam F r u c h tin g , F irst N a t ion a l, 2; F r iend, 1; C h a r les F . G a rdner, W . 1. G ray, H , M. H a llen b e c k , D e lb e r t H a y n o r , C h e ster M. H a y w o o d , H ig h R o c k K n it t in g Co., 4; H u d s o n V a lley B a k ­ eries, Inc., H u d s o n R iver T rust, W . B. H ick s , R o y N . Plyatt. G. M. Joslen , V ictor F . K a u fm a n , F r e d H . K lin e , John. J. L e n a h a n , J a ­ cob Lipkbwitz, F r e d J. Longley, Sam L ieberm a n , A. J. M cG u ire, H a r r y 'R . Maltz, D, C., L. Maskin, C. A. Miller, M. & B . Co., T im o t h y M cG raw, A b r a m P a n u s h , W illiam P lass, P a r a ­ m o u n t O il Co., B y r o n P a r k e r , Solo- m a n R a fler, G. A. R a p p , Georg-< R e d m o n d , B u r ton R iley, G. N . Sn L o u is Sutty, L. A. S c o tt & Co., o, L o u is Sacco, II. S. Sp'eed, John. F. T enei-ow icz, V a n de Carr P a p e r Co., Jordon L. W h ite, W o r th H o u se, C, Joh n J. Y a n d ik. GALLATllS 19— W illiam F r iday, Saturday and Sunday. J e n n ie H a m m of W e s t Tag] T h e fu n e r a l o f the late ■ A b ram 1 wp.s h e ld at th e Vedd'ei Saturday aftern o o n and w a s ittended. T h e b e a u t if u l floral h e ld a t th e Ved' church hntes bore silen t testim o n y of th e es- in w h ich he w a s held. A n beautifu i w a s sen t w a s a m e m b e r . A num b e r of form e r p u S m ith attended th e funeral R e v . F r a n k H e r o e n w a y had charge of th e chu r c h services. T h e co m ­ m itta l services w e r e ta k e n ch a r g e of V /idow 's Sons Lodge of L ivingston, Mr Sm ith had lo n g be( by o f w h ich T h e sch o o l in D ist. N o . 1 w a s closed for a couple o f days la s t w e e k . B o r n to Mr and' M rs E . O. H o b e r t, a son on A p r il 6th. Services w e r e resu m e d in th e T e d ­ der ch u r c h Sunday m o im ing. T h e E a s t e r so c ial a t th e hom e M r and; M rs C. S. H e m enw .ay was su c c e s s , b o th so c ia lly a n d financial]; R e a d T h e H u d s o n R e p u b lican . THE SUBJECT IS LIME—GARDEN AND LAWN ilM E . Tliere’s no use trying to sell palm leaf fans fo Esqui­ maux, or to talk garden and lawn lime to folks after tke season for its use is over, or when we liave none to offer. Lime is a soil sweetener, a plant food. Tlie time to use it is novf. So, while the stock lasts, a 50-lb. bag for 55 cents. Only while tbe present stock lasts. Charles W. Macy Company “Su n n y Side o f U n ion Street.” layton S t ick les and m o tlier called John F u lt o n of C o k e r tow n Sun­ day afternoon. T h e M isses K a th r y n P latn e r and siPter sp e n t Satu r d a y w ith F r e d P la t - ner and fa m ily o f L ivin g s ton . M rs C h a r les G r a tton of C roton h a s reiturned h o m e a f t e r sp e n d in g a few days w ith M iss H , P ine, kli-s H a lley h a s g’one to ch e lle for tw o w e e k s vacati; 'Mr a n d M rs Ge( dre£.smaking- ■week w ith T ina L y n k . M iss M illie Stickle.s for M rs E lizab e t h W a g n e r . Mr and M rs R o s s m a n Fin;gar M rs H a r r y W aj sp e n t Sunday aftern o o n A lbany. Mr and daug-hter and STOCKPORT ch u r c h a t S tu y v e s a n t F a lls. Easter^ ►Sunday. T h e bride w a s M iss M a r­ gu e r ite B y r n e , a p o p u lar y o u n g lac Of this town and the gTOom was Kei neth. L a B r ie o f H u d s o n . A. lanj reception took p lace after th e cere­ m o n y a t th e bride’s h o m e aftei' w h ich they, left on th e ir h o n e y m o o n fo r N e w Y o rk. T h e y o u n g cou p le w ill reside h e r e a fter th e ir return. T h e y w e r e th e reoiipients o f m a n y b e a u t ifu l gifts. T h e la s t G u ild m eeting- o f th e se a ­ so n w a s h e ld a t th e h o m e o f Mre V a n T a ssel, th e retirin g .president. T h e m e e t in g . c o n s is ted o f th e electio n of o f ficers fo r th e en s u in g year. T h e ‘icers w e r e elected: M rs a d ler president, M rs E . 'arderarder firstirst v ice-pice-p rr ee ss idid ee nn t,t, M rss E . J. H f v M r Spinney secon d vice-p r e s id e n t, M rs ■ Pl'ass., treasurer, and M iss N e llie V a n A l'styne secretary. M a n y preparations w e r e n iad e for th e fair w h ich th e L a d ies w ill h o ld pn th e even in g s of M a y 11th and 12th. N o fui-ther b u s i-. ness being’ in order th e lad ies a d ­ jou r n e d to th e d in in g r o o m an d p a r ­ to o k of th e ir a n n u a l M y s tery Supiper. T h e La-dies Aid' w ill h o ld th e ir next m e e tin g Saturday a t th e h o m e of M rs Sam u e l V a n B u r e n . D o n a ld W iques and Ills brother, F r a n c e s sp e n t th e E a s ter h o lid a y s at th e h o m e of E d w a r d Tinker. GHENT G h ent, A p r il 19— J e r r y F r a d e n - ■gh and granddaughter. M iss M a ry Lden'burgh'of H a r tford, Conn, sp e n t th e w e e k - e n d w ith h is sister, Mrs C a tharine Stupple'been. and family of Troy e sts Of re la t iv e s . W m . -F lou d w e r e E a s ter g-uests o f re A large congreg-ation in th e R e ­ form e d ch u r c h S u n d a y morning- lis­ ten e d to an ab le serm o n toy th e uew pastor Rev. Mr Seso. Miss Dorothy ,nd F ierce A lle lang a p r e tty sautifully d e . corated w ith flow e r s . 'The co n g r e g a ­ tion w a s in v ited to atten d th e E a s ter exercises in th e new L u thei-an church in the evening. In th e ev e n in g th e Sunday sch o o l endered an E a s t e r program . T h e sp e a k ing, sin g in g and drill w e r e m u c h enjoyed a n d gave evidence of carefu l ining. ,R e v . M r Seso offered p r a y - id th e pastor th e R e v | Mr V o igh t S '\ aster w a s m a d e me'moratole to the o s e w h o attended, th e tw o fin e services. 'Mr and k lrs C h a r les L o b d e ll enter­ tained th e ir son and fa m ily of G o shen on E a ster. iRoad C o m m issioner A. C. B e r n in g - er has. his. force of m e n at w o r k and w e are sure of g-ood roads. W e a t h e r con d it ion s have k e p t th e Avork hack bened.ic ion. Sui’6 tole t o th STOTTVILLE W h itney, birthday. vSocial (Six T o {Meet lursday o f th is w e e k the Avill m e e t Avith M rs Arl ! occasion beini P u i‘cha.sed T aao ' House.s B e n jam in D e w h u r s t of C o lum b ia- ville lias purchased two houses of Mrs. D a n iel K irvin. M r DeAvhurst plan s to m o v e from C o lum 'biaville and tak e up h is resid e n c e here, In the near fu - F r id a y even in g A p r il 28th. S u llivan’s “B la c k and W h ite D a n c e a t i.StotlA'ii!e T h e S tottville iMutual A id Society ill h o ld a dairce in B e n n e t t H a ll on M u sic by e Melody- B o y s ,” Avho fu r n ish e d th e m u sic a t a dance h e r e som e tim e ago, and ow in g to th e draiwing card of th is orchestra Avas broug-bt back, to play a t an o th e r dance. a rally K e s k len c e 'C liaiig es There ivill ‘be quite a numtoer of re- S t o ttville sid e n c e spring-, he ho'a, ch a n g e s in S to ttville th is M o rris Avill moA'e )'ase form e r ly occupied by B y rofi Cosley, W . G. E r ick s o n w i l l occupy the h o u s e form e r ly occupied b y B y r o n Joh n F in c h Avill moA’e to th e h o u se n o w occupied by W . G. E r ickson, E. R . 'S h u felt exp e c ts to m o v e from bi p r e s e n t residence to th e neAV apar1 m e n t of M rs Sylvester M inten, H a r o l La'Bi'ie Avill o-ccuipy- t h e room s vacate by E . R . Sh u felt, T h e o d o r e Sager dorph w ill m o v e from W e s t G h e n t, to th e Travel’ p lace Avhich h e recen tly purchased. CHURCHTOWN A lbert M y e r s’ and M rs Cla- 'Frank IIoAve Avho h a s been em p loy­ ed at G ardners, so d a fou n tain at L e a - vit & S m ith ’s d r u g store in H u d son, is tindergoing- treatm e n t at th e A l­ bany C ity H o s p ital. M r and M rs E . R . S h u felt sp e n t th e Aveek end in Tro; T h e conditi( M rs H a n n a h H o u ­ ston w h o AA-as ia k e n stid'denly ill w h ile vi.-'iting relatives in C h a tham , rem ains vo:-y graA'e. Mr and M rs .Tulius G lovan o w ith are rejoicing- over th e b irth o f a baby bo; M iss M y rtle H a g a d o r n h a s been con fin e d to h e r h o m e b y illn e s s for a' and Mr idd Mar; T h e little daug-hter o f Mr ai C. E . Sh a w h a s b e e n nam e Im o g e n e . ' 'Mrs Charles Warner is confined to D r . J. W . Kiixg Q u ite a num b er o f . r a d io receiAring its are being- in s talled arou n d tow n . Allbei-t M in tea assisted b y W a r d O strandei'y o f W e s t G h e n t, hai hiakang so m e re.pau's. a n d to th e garage o f 1\ alteration s M rs S y lvester -Mln- LINLITHGO E d w a r d L inlithg' H o w a r d ] n e o tady sper Slieffer a n d fam ily, M rs L o u is E itlem a n and daught< E v e lyn , o f L ivin g s ton , sp e n t a . f« d a y s w ith h e r .parents, Mr and -jM ed; M iller. P r a n k T h o m p s o n o f Schene< ited. h e r sister, M rs PercA dy. ;r cy K1 Mrs Imh efffti* o f N e w >rk, sp e n t E a s t e r w ith th e form e r ’s jther, Mrs. Alice Sheffer. John B o lce of A lbany Avas h o m e over th e Aveek-end. Josep h D u rr.ack o f N e w Y o rk, >ent E a s ter AAdth h is m o ther. iMiss D o r o th y G u ildner spent Sun- H u d son, w ith her g-randmother. L' and M rs F r a n k Coo,per enter- dned th e form e r s m o ther, from G er- lantow n , th e p a s t Aveek. T h e E a s t e r service held in th e R e - foum e d chu r c h w a s very w e ll attended not ..only toy th e mem toers o f th e con ­ gregation b u t also 'by several visitors. T h e serm o n delivered b y th e Re\^. R. D. W e n tw o r th, Avas w e ll received' and sch o la r ly effo r t ex e m p lifyin g th e C liristian religion, ose from th e V a ll hop e to appoin; o in ted tim e , and be bases o f th e ely th a t C h rist arose in d th a t Ave m a y t th e app choir w a s cred itab ly rendered, ) a so lo , “T h e H o l y City,” by the R e v . R . D. Went'AVorth. T h e church w a s taJtefully d e c o r a ted w ith arise at the ; AVith him, if this Avere not so our fait C h u r c h tOAvn, A p r il 20.— ^At t h e E a s ­ ter com m u n ion service Sunday niorn- in g tAvo m e m b e r s Avere taken in th e church. M rs G o r d o n M iller and H a r ­ ry R o c k e feller, and tAvo infants baptized. M r and M rs b a b y of A lb a n y an d Mr d p u lp it p la t ­ form . T h e r e w a s sp e c ial m u s ic by th e choir. T h e noAV o fficers of the chu r c h w e r e also in s talled . 'Mr 'and M rs G e o r g e G o h l 'of IIud.son sp e n t E a s ter Avlth Mr and M rs C. M iller. a ir s E m e r y a iille r n-d.-. oeen en ter­ tain in g her p a r e n ts from N e w Y o r k . a ir and airs Sidney Coons, M iss C A llen and E lm e r -Sha-A'-ew'of H o II oav - A'ille sp e n t Sunday w ith frien d s a G e rm a n tov/n. a irs H e len a R o c k e feller o f L ivin g ­ ston, sp e n t th e Aveek-end w ith airs Piobert Myers, air and airs Horton iSheldon and daughter. M iss D o r o tn y Sheldon. Avere E a s t e r g u e s t s of arr a n d a i r s ’ F r e d D e c k e r . a ir s Susan W a ld o r f h a s returned to her hom e , a fter sp e n d in g an in d e f i­ nite tim e w ith frien d s out of tow n . M r and airs R o y . M a r shall of Cla- verack, air and a irs O rville D e n e g a r and daug-hter, air and ains A lbert 'a;ly- ers and tAVO ch ild r e n of A lbany, P e ter C o u n trym en and John BoAver of H u d ­ son, sp e n t E a s t e r Avith air and a irs Lewis Marshall and family. T h e r e w a s no Chri.stian E n d e a v o r S o c iety m e e t in g Sunday evening- as th e m in ister evas aws air and Mrs Bi a\Tr o f H u d s( F loyd W e a v e r a] T h a y e r Shook GHENT lien t, A p r il 20.— ^Dr. and a irs Tt ? H. P o r ter, of A lb a n y w e r e E a s - guests a t th e h o m e of and airs C. H . Portei sapple and. nd aiisB at. son, M. 1 .S L u e l l a W e a v e r am W e a \T r o f H u d so n , spent Sunday AAuth W e a v e r a n d fam ily, y er Sh o o k of H u d son is .spend­ in g h is E a s t e r v a c a t io n w ith his grandparents, air and M rs G. Shook. 'Christian E n d e a v o r S o c iety -Sunday evening- top ic “H o w to OATreome d if ­ ficu lties,” leader M iss M innie Coons. W a lter Mamlbert. H o r ton Sheldon and E r n e s t W a lk e r atten d e d the ,1l of f A b r a m Smm ithth att G aa llatin.llatin. nera o A b r a m S i a G T h e a ia s o n ’s acted a.s bearer’s. M r and a-Irs an d a'Irs Jon ed frien d s from H u d s o n a ilss L u e lla H a m n h a s been sp e n d ­ i n g a few days' w ith h e r sister, M rs F. F r iss a t T a g h k a n ic. Ml- and M rs C larence M iller w e r e recent guests of Mr and Mrs Grant leldon a t H u d son. iMrs Harry Myera spent a few days cen tly in H u d s o n AVitlx M iss F lo r e n c e larer’s reroldsek w h o wi R e v . W . E . Tr: w e e k in B r o o k lyn ’ W . E . Travel’, 3 sp e n d in g 1 L h is w ife, 5 Wei>e M a r r ied Satui’day. T h e ipari’iage o f R o b e r t P . G a llt, of NeAV Y o r k citj--, and M iss F loren c e R u s s e ll, Avho h a s been th e bookkeeper at th e C a tskill F o u n d iT and M a chine W o r k s for th e p a s t fiv e years, took p lace a t th e B a p tist parsonage, C a ts- .kill Saturday, th e R e v . W . o f ficiatin g . Mr G a llt w a s foi’m ei lin o t y p e operator, em p loyed b y H u d son R e p u b lican. T h e bridal paii Avill spend th e ir h o n e y m o o n a t N i ­ agara F a l l s . , Saw in Mr an d M rs C. H . Po: C o r n e lius D e y o e h a s returned V e r n o n a f ter Ausiting’ Avith h is i Mr and M r s H a r r y D e y o e. M rs ’C linton M illei’ Avas a recent gue.st of frien d s at G e r m a n tow n . G eorge DreAV is A’isitin g h is nephev/ at East Chath; M iss Elea: siti] M HENS Mr and M rs H a r r y N ic h o l s o f O range, N. J., are rejo icin g over the ■birth of a son, born A p r il IStli. R o b e r t E v e r y h a s returned to T a le U n iversity after sp e n d in g his E a s t e r vacation in tow n . D e p u ty A ttorn e y G e n e r a l E . A. G if- r Seestadt Jias been vi- ...... ................ . :ing frie n d s in H u d s o n . ( c h ild r e n le f t T h e proceeds of th e Good F r id a y car for a t; su p p e r w h i c h w a s h e ld in t h e R e f o r m - m id d l e w e s t, ed church F r id a y cA’e n in g am o u n ted ^ ReAq A. A. Seso preacned an in ­ stru c tive serm o n Sunday in th e R e ­ form e d church appropriate to E a s ter. gu e s t of W a r r e n E . Hoy]land. R ca '. and M rs D o r r t o w n q’u e s d a y in tliei th r e e AA’eek s ’ trip in the ]oy i- E. Fritts a] c e s w e r e given by ira.der in m e m o r y o f the lat, tie V o stourgh, w lio w a s uu rr cc lih a nn dd a Sun<ui SALE OF ARTICLES MADE BY THE BLIND t h e c h a a S Cher for several year< T h e L a d ies A id Sc A fine program w a s large con g r e g a tion M rs H a r r y ‘Ea.ster exercises w er b a s e m e n t of th e L u th e r a n church Sunday evening. A rendered and Avas present. Athens, )f th e la t e N e t - n o o n a m eeting- o f i-epresentat-h S a niGlhlber o f M h e A th e n s chu r c h e s Ava-s h e ld a t th e d a y sc h o o l t e a - [ g ^ p t i s t p a r s o n a g e . T h is m e e t i n g - w a s fo r th e d i s c u s s io n o f p l a n s fo r aiding- the Albany Association of the Blind in its sa l e o f g o o d s w h i c h w i l l b e held' in th e C o llier b u ild in g on M ay 3rd, 4 t l y n iet AVith lesday. held in the AUTS COLLIDED AT WARREN ST. CORNER E a r ly Sunday even in g W illiam Braker, o f H u d s o n , reported lice h e a d q u a r ters th a t h is car been run into by an o th e r au to a t th e corner of W a rren and N o r t h F i f t h Sts. H e said th e oth e r car Avas driven b y a w o m a n an d - th e daantag’e w a s sligh t . L a ter M rs C layton C a r h a r t reported to A c tin g -S e r g e a n t K e n d a ll th a t an autorndbile sh e Avas driving had been stru c k by an o th e r car driven at a good rate o f speed at th e corner of W a r r e n and -N o r th F i f t h Sts. She said the car sh e w a s driving- had been d a m a g e d to th e exten t of $50 toy th e oth e r car driven by a m a n . T h e p o lice b e lieve th a t th e y r e ­ ported th e sam e a c c id e n t a lt h o th e view s as. to w h o w a s a-t f a u l t ^and th e am o u n t of dam a g e dome w e r e , w id e ly d i f f e r e n t. T h e po lic e a r e m a k i n g a n in v e s tigation . CHICKEN THeES BUSY IN GREENPORT th a t tim e the ass< 2nd, tion Avill send, to h e iilaced on sale, m a n y a r ticles m a d e b y its bli: T u e s d a y a chai church Avas elected. T h e y are; M rs Susie W in a n t. M e thodist; M iss K a te )pal: Mi-S T h o m a s ] M rs A b b ie B r iggs, L o o m is, Epif ry, L u theran; L o o m is w a s a p p o in t e d g e ­ neral secretary and treasurer. It Avas decided th a t th e d a y s o f th e Avould be divid e d into foi four-hour per- h a v e charge in th e m o r n in g anc B a p t is t church in th e aftern o o n . W e d n e sday, M a y 3rd th e Luth-eran 4th, th e sa le M ethodist an O’N e il a representatW e of A.ssociation of th e B lin d ting’ T u e s d a y an th e days of th e On .y, M a y 3rd t h e L u th s w i l l be in charge from 8 to 12 a. m . and th e K e torm e d ch u r c h w ill h a v e from 2 to 6 p. m . T h u r s d a y , M a y u c ted by th e to 6 p. m . T h u r sd a y , Avill be con d u c te d bi a n d C a tholic chu r c h e s . M r 5 A lb a n y s a l th e SUMMER SERVICE BEGINS NEXT SUNDAY T h e -sum m er sei-A'ice on th e Kiiig-- sloii-HliinecIiff ferry will be put in oper^t-ibh on S u n d a y , A p r i l 30 th , jwben a n e w tim e ta b l e Avill g o in t o effect. U n d e r this sch e d u le sendee b e proAuded a t fo r t y m in u te In- ■Arals from 7:00 a. m . to 11:00 p. m , at K ingston, and from 7:20 a. m . to 11:30 p. m. a t R h in e e liff, D a y lig h t Saving T im e bein g used. T h e tim e table is sh o w n /in d e tail in our ad - A-ertising colum n s today. On th e sam e d a t e - a neAv tim e table AAdll tak e effect on th e Ne-AV Y o r k C entral R a ilroad, th e tim e o f a n u m ­ ber of tra in s being adjusted -for con - will te i ’A^i 'Some tim e during- T h u r s d a y n igh t or early F r id a y m o r n in g ch ick e n th iev e s Adsited th e farm o f A d a m R e u ten a u e r in G reenport and stole. ■ ten hens and a rooster ow n e d by G e o r g e P lass, a farm e r on th e place. T h is is th e secon d tim e M r P l a s s h a s fw e n ience o f passen g e r s using- Daylig-ht lost chicken's, th ieves ta k in g a ll he j S a v in g Tim e. h a d last fall. A c tin g -S e r g t. K e n d a ll I In planning- train connections both w a s notified ab o u t 6 o’clock F r id a y t h e ferry and th e railroad tim e tab les m o r n ing. sh o u ld be consulted. iants o f variou s p o tted fern s and plai kin d s an d p r e s e n ted a fin e appear- .nee. T h e S u n d a y sch o o l session ,lso Avell atten d e d and it is hoped ■both church continui out th e year. PINE PLAINS CLERMONT 19— M rs W illiam for som e CATSKILL EVENING LINE, INC. O T e r n iglit F r e ig h t S e r v ice BetAATcn N e w Y o r k C ity an d Hud.son, Stock'\ port, G ei-niantow n — Sp r in g T im e T a b ic. S team e r s lea v e N e w Y o r k , M o nday, W e d n e s d a y , F r id a y a t 5 p. m. L e a v e R iv e r L a n d ings, T u e sday, T h u r sdajq Sunday. A ll fr e ig h t rates a g a in reduced. S p e c ial atten tio n g iv e n to h o r s e s , carriages, a u to m o ­ b iles and h o u s e h o ld goods. F r e ig h t also handled'ffietw e e n aboA’e river la n d in g s and p o in ts beyon d N cav Y ork C ity on co n n e c tin g rail and w a ­ te r lilies,^ - General Office, Pier 43, N. R., New York City C lerm o n t, A.pi A b r ial, aa 'I i o h a s been ill tim e has g-one to a hospital. Geoi-ge W . Salp a u g h h a s purchased a Foi-dson tractor. W e s ley P o t t s an d M iss .G ilb e r t r.pent E a s ter Sunday AVith M rs Charles W . P o tts. P a r k e r T e a tor is m a k in g a deal rith Jam e s W a g n e r for som e real state .situated in th e Sparrowbusih. Mr.s A l b e r t K n icl^pr’DOCker is- co n - led to her bed and is under the doc- -.s G eorge W . S a lpaugh E a s ter evening- sei-A'ice.s at the 'yiew m o n t church. Mi'.s G eorge R a n s o n received a call fro m h e r a u n t on S u n d a y . 'Miss. H e len R e e \’e ha.s been a v i s i ­ tor a t th e “V a lley.” ■Mr and M rs Cecil 3’’raleigh intend to keep ho o se in a part o f th e h o tel. ;dAvard Tri;PiP 'been Adsiting i Services. Avill ■jilr a n d a t t e n d e d th e MANORTON 19— M rs W a lter Jiss G race O b er- lander o f S y r a c u se have been sp e n d ­ in g a few daj’s a t C. L. C oon’s hom e- M iss M a b el Bento'n, Avho h a s been .spending the w in t e r in N ev returned hom e . 'Mr and M rs W . D . J.^yn'k, H a r o ld and' S tan ley L y n k all T h u r sday in Schenecta'dy. New York, has with H e a d y F o r B u s in e s s . W o lf W eintrau'b h a s opened hia building- h e r e c e n tly p u r c h a s e d a t W a r r e n stre e t , a n d h a s a A’e r y n e a t w paint and wall paper store in t and a ttra c tiv e p lace of business. P in e P lain s , A p r il S be no m eeting- o f th e ] som e Aveeks. P a u l R o ’b e r ts h a s in s talled electrici­ ty in seA-eral h o m e s . i or x^oughkeepsie h a s in th is village. ces. Avill be held in the P r e s b y ­ terian church W e d n e sday, T h u r sday, an d F r id a y even in g s of th is Aveek. R e v . F r a n k H e m e n w a y , Aloser and: R e v . H a lm s h a w Avill haA^e ch a r g e of th e services. H a r r y Jack s o n h a s been en tertain ­ in g h is friends, C h a r les and EdAvard A th e a r n o f N e w B r itain. Conn. •Miss O live B a r r e t of H u n tingdon, L. I., and M iss E t h e l M y ers o f Mt. ■liernon, also M iss P a u lin e B a r r e t o f NeAV P a ltz haAT been a t th e ir hom e s for th e E a s t e r vacation. GMi’S C. V a n D y k e o f B r o o k lyn , h a s been v isitin g h e r parents, Mr and M rs P r a n k E n o . STUYVESANT FNIS WON RUST GAME A liA’ely baseball gam e Avas played Stu;yvesant Saturday afternoon u F a lls betAveen th e H i-grad e team of th a t p lace and the K in d e r h o o k team , w h ich resulted in a score of 8 to 4 in favor of the S tu y v e s a n t Falks players B o t h team s are memtoers of th e C o u n ­ ty I.ieague and th is 'was an exhibition- gam e . Dharned and T e a l w e r e th e ’ b a tteries for th e K in d e r h o o k e r s Avhile th e M o linski brothers, did a lik e s e r ­ vice for th e H igh-grade* team . It Avas a fast contest and a return g a m e Avill be p l a y e d n e x t S a t u r d a y a t Kinderhook. The Eskimo is a prodigious eater. Tvjo svill c o m m o n ly dispose o f an entire seal a t one sitting. Their principal fuel is the blubber or fa t o f whales and other sea anim a ls. An Eskimo would give a Fortune in Furs for a New Perfection Cook Stove and a fetv gallons of Socony Kerosene A NEW Perfection Oil Cook Stove is £ \ . as superior to the first oil cook stove as a modern coal range is to the Eskimo’s crude fire of blubber and fat. ' Tbe New Perfection gives more u n i­ form results in frying, boiling, broiling and baking than the average coal range, because you can control the heat so easily. And tliere is no v^^aste of fuel when tbe stove is not in use. There is no odor from a New Perfec­ tion. You don’t have to shovel in coal a n d tak e o u t ash e s , o r litte r up with kindling wood, o r give it a black­ ing every week. The glass kerosene res­ ervoir carl be changed without spilling a drop of oil or getting any on your hands. The stove is clean, light and easily movable, an all-year-round stove. Stop in and let your dealer show you the various New Perfection models and how easy they are to operate. NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook Stoves STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK 26 Broadway Socony is the best kerosene you can buy — absolutely uniform all the year round, clean and economical.

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