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THE ENTERPRISE, AL' .TAMPNT^^^AY, APRIL 4 ) 1958 PAGE FIVE Contribution* to this column will be appreciated. P | ea8e pho ™ y ™ UN Iflnil'' < V° Mrs - Ada Ross «^ 1 U 8 N 06 1 5 - ; 66 O 4 r 1 . tOtheEnterpr ' 8e< »'- —Effective April 15, Dr. Herbert Grover announces that his evening of- fice hours will be changed from 7-9 to 6 - 8 p. m. daily except Thursday and Sunday. His afternoon hours will remain the same as at present, —Stephen Lainhart is confined at home with an infected foot. ^ tl , t CKI /uiaiia, nowara Mlsseihorn, —Frederick Crounse, son of Mr. and . Harry Grogan, Robert Kimmey, Roy Mrs. Harold M. Crounse of Altamont . M\MI»\- —-' «'=>\-— ~ • s d s r ^Ti >' iends in ini - about May l IXC,S ,0 be gone until Buffer? S(Tafini J'' has been in the He wil! retu!nXs ld wek hr endrhfs BXIO\ T\ C0 \ V ^ ^ \ubur°b h o of „ V, Mr , S \ ,afini is th c husband oMthe former Ruth Ogsbury of Alta- BUlJlf'r f a K (J MrS ' W '\ iam BlaC k Were ?\*!' honor ,1 a combined wedding anniversary and fan-well dinner party DuKrin ST f Mr - and Mre - H ^ry hat ,,« , a 'V'' day C ' V( ' ning - Mr - Bla< * M«« P o Cd a position in Bost °n. w™ T Pn ' sp m were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Geo Nagmey, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin San- ford, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kimmey. —Mrs Alfred Smith entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. Present were the Mesdamcs Charles Bleich- ner, Peter Alland, Howard Mlsseihorn. Boyd HHton Post, VFW, To Hold Commander's Dinner On Saturday evening, May 3, Boyd Hilton Post No. 7062, Veterans of For- ool (Written ipL^) Health Service :\***>.'•« '*• *• M. Ford • - l^fej!** stu- Takes Part In Fleet Amphibious Exercise Camp Lejeune, N. C. (FHTNC) oign Wars, will hold its first annual | ^J^ e s an ^t»^f; t o ^ rechX I t°?_. of ^r.and Mrs. Robert J. Barba- left Tuesday to begin a four-year en listment in the U. S. Air Force. He will undergo training at Lackland AF Base, Texas. He is a graduate of Guilderland Central High school, class of .1956. —Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Crounse left Thursday morning for a two weeks stay in Florida. 'They expected to visit relatives and friends, besides do- ing some sighteseeing. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelley are spending a two weeks vacation in Flor- ida. —George Winne left yesterday to Klamm's Auto Body PROMPT SERVICE on Body, Fender & Radiator Work Tel. UN 1-8561 » Altamont FREDtNDALL FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 199 Main Street ALTAMONT, N. Y. TEL. UNion 1-6611 ••flS&v •-W-fit:' We offer a truly under- standing' service to assure that final moments shall become treasured memor- ies. Commander's Dinner, honoring the in coming commander for the year of April '58 through March '59. The public is invited to attend this affair. A complete roast beef dinner will be served at 7 p. m. in the American Le- gion hall, Altamont Boulevard. Danc- ing will follow the dinner. Assess- ment is $2.50 • per. person. Reserva- tions may be made by calling Altamont UN 1-3372, UN 1-8724 or UN 1-8081. Closing date for reservations is Wed- nesday, April 30. Watch the Enterprise for name of the commander and of the orchestra. 1 recheck- We Tuberculides's Wil1 be started next Altamont Kiwanis McNiven and William \Burke.\ —Mrs. Chester Vanderpoel enter- tained at luncheon and canasta last Friday. Her guests were Mrs. Har- ry Van Loon, Mrs. Arthur Gregg, Mrs Milton Ogsbury, Mrs. Willard West- fall and Mrs. Emerson Dougherty, - Mrs. Merlin Osterhout, Mrs. John Pollard II, and Mrs. Walter Schoen- born of Berne recently attended the Cancer Crusade kick-off luncheon and fashion show held at the Sheraton Ten Eyck hotel. The former two repre- sented the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Al- tamont Fire department and will take charge of the Altamont canvass. —Charles L. St. John of Glens Falls was a guest of his mother, Mrs. Ella St. John, and Mrs. William Geiger, last Friday. —Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walk of Township Road announce the . forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Miss Sandra Walk, to Homer L. War- ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester War- ner of Warner's Lake. The wedding will be June 29. —Stephen Hoover, sophomore at Al- bany State College for Teachers, is spending the spring vacation at his home on Lainhart Road. —Miss Dianne Armstrong, junior at Hartwick College, Oneonta, is spend- ing some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Armstrong. —The annual Eastern Dawn service of St. John's Lutheran church will be held on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Armstrong, Dunns- ville Road, Sunday at 6 a. m. A light breakfast will be served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John McFar- land. Members of the Luther League will conduct the service. Anyone de- siring transportation will meet at the church at 5:45. All those who have room in their cars are asked to drive to the church first, so that everyone will have transportation. In the event of rain, the service will be held in the parish hall. —Mr. and Mrs. William Barnard of Granville spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rogers and family. —The regular monthly meeting of the Women of the Church of St. John's Lutheran church will be Wednesday, April 9, in the parish hall beginning with supper at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Wil- liam Murphy of Schenectady will ihow slides of Germany. Mr. Murphy is a professor at Union College, and Mrs. Murphy accompanied him ot Germany Pwh'eri He 'was\ on a.Fullbrigh't exchange; [professorship. —Miss Karen Kaasa, student at Wit- tenberg College, Springfield, Ohio, is 'spending, the spring vacation with her I family. Her roommate, Miss Jeanne 'Schroder of Bellefontaine, Ohio, is her . house guest. I -^John Meyer, junior at Hope Col- At the April 7th meeting of the Al- tamont Kiwanis club, Past President Ed Brooks will speak to the member- ship on the 8th objective of Kiwanis: \Sponsoring Community Beautifica- tion.\ Ed is a flower grower and gardener of some ability, and is well qualified to speak on the subject. gelott of Altamont, is taking part in DP % maJOr « tl ? ntic Fleet amphibious ex- to thk'« ,? St lu 0ff , tho coast of Nort h Carolina ^f\! 0 ^T A he7eW#^ M ^lf of sin p ll ? e2nd Marine Division from effect wul b |/%- n Marte n irri i mp Le J fl une. 6th \ . T^ineW^ f or Dreven ?* dnnes l n modeni amphibious war- test to dete^Sjccessfuf 1 ^; *\••. got underway March 13 when the live mea|ures W ^ b irwt Leathernecks boarded ships at Norfolk, ™w ^#§£ $n* dJZlT Cuy > N - c • and vie ^ WberoUar serum«waj,^™\ 1 Following preliminary landings by ? n *£* ^H is aW$ After i^ f'-licopier. the main amphibious Ssauh tar band-aid » Sggjggit is remwe^ ^'S* \u a ' s made Marcn 22 on Ons- been on teJ?J$& is xWd ?n lo ' v B ^h, X. C. The excercise will ***\»** frtlJ&nM »aSuo lC T e t0 an end March 31 after a week order to .determiner, ^91 the . -jf operations ashore. Speed, dispersal, mobility and the 'J*- of atomic weapons are being stres- sed by the 30.000 Marines, 10,000 sailors, 60 ships and 260 aircraft tak- ing part m the operation. May 4 is the date set for the annual Communion breakfast for the members and teenage daughters of the Rosary society. Jean Vandenburgh accept- ed the chairmanship of this affair. Next meeting is scheduled for April 6, while the Communion Sunday for the members is April 6 (Easter Sun- day). CHECK YOUR test If\\the'l«!ii P¥i«ve, the ; plu-entswillbenpM^anlafollow.l UP Tht^!sWg^ f ^n is not punctured. ^M,^ 115 of ^\ tes? wiU be reaff.fe*? \tool and Sy positive'r^onswiu checked by the scfappi^aoan. mere nur»e re- S^bythe^tewaa^, Altamont Reformed Church Keenholts Insurance Agency Marion 6. Keenholts, Agent Everything in Insurance 119 Maple Ave. Phone UN 1-8071 Altamont OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL NOON ui iiiiiMHimmmi i iifimtiiiiii mm.MM HI M M nn.IMII ti EASTER PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS CORSAGES 1 ANDREWS FLORIST | I Tel. Albany 2-8983 — (2-8903 Nights) | I Schenectady ELgin 5-2739 j f aUILDERLAND, NEW YORK CT iiNitiiiniiiHMtitnMtiminiiiMiiitiiiiiMiiiMtiMMin'MiiiiililM No. i Fii* We Repeat No. $ per delivered 2x4 — 2x6 — 2x8 — 2x10 House Lots Only Buy the Easy Way. With Ten Months to Pay WOODBURY LUMBER % 1702 CHRISLER AVE. SCHENECTADY PHONE FR 4-9169 \ • At the April 14th meeting!.James H. Plummer, consultant, and James H. McGrath, C.H.A., managing consultant of the Albany Hearing Center, will present an interesting and educational program on the marvel of hearing. Part of the time will be devoted to & \Jiminy Cricket\ movie explaining the delicate arrangement of the human ear and how its intricate structure en- ables us to hear. 1 After the presentation of \The Edge of Silence,\ Mr. McGrath and Mr. Plummer will attempt to answer any question posed by the club members relating to this fascinating sense or- gan. The Altamont club can look forward to another worthwhile eve- ning. At the March 31 meeting delegations frpm both the New Scotland club and the Rotterdam club joined with us for the evening. On hand from New Scotland were Past Lt. Gov. Laurel Kisselburg, President Ray Sharp, Phil McCann, Clayton Bouton, Joe Bloom- el, Max Springer, Norm Kidder and \Doc\ Herrick. From Rotterdam were Tony Viscio, C. W. Anderson, M. C. Pustalka arid Fred Marshall. We were also honored to have Len Fried- lander and Andy Ulrich of the Albany club. TWo prospective members, Claire Munro and Jim Kelly, also were pres- ent. It is hoped that both of these men will soon be in the membership. President John Ether announced that International President Parke Arnold and. Governor Fred Mellone will be the guests of the Albany club on Thurs- day, April 10. Reservations for this occasion must be made now. 1st V. P. Bill Wands introduced Rev. Cornelius J. Meyer, minister of the Al- tamont Reformed church, who read se- lected paisages from religious litera- ture which depicted the story of the Ascension and many other thoughts on religion .and.- Christianity of the past and present. He gave a commentary after each reading. The talk was aimed at presenting significant \sign- Dposts.'.' ojf'the Easter season. -'Rev\ Meyer's discourse was well prepared and was inspiring to all' present. Gordon Hilton led the singing which might better be termed \singing calis- thenics.\ We not only tuned our voices but also tuned our muscles. Lloyd Demboski again did a fine job of passing the mite box. If noth- ing else works, the guilty conscience al- ways seems to do it. St. John's Lutheran Church Rev. Henry T. McKnight, pastor. Good Friday, April 4: 12 noon to 3 p. m. Union service at the Reformed church. 8 p. m. Worship service, 9 p. m. AduMchoir. Easter Sunday, April 6: 6 a. m. Young people's sunrise ser- vice at the homes of William Arm- strong and John McFarland, weather permitting; otherwise, in the parish hall. Anyone willing to give or any- one in need of transportation, please meet at the church at 5:45 a. m. is no change Tor thfeSf** We urfe . • STpSSI to tftejK* °f this protective health injure for the.r children Rev. Cornelius J. Meyer, minister. Easter Sunday, April 6th: .„„»••'Dental u • -6:30 a. m. Easter dawn service at Mrs. Armstrong; .WW Hygiene Western Turnpike Drive-in Theatre teacher, announpffjgg ™ ™ cm-d- on Rt. 20 at Westmere. Sermon by ren (except «*s^LS et f^ fis *• £\ v - Herbert J. Guth, minister of 3, 4 and 6 have ^^L^u PeC u' Third ^formed church, Albany. ed and cleaned. J&g***** ^ 9:45 a. m. Sunday church school. 5th grade are . WWM v ^«« r \*ui 11 a . m. Morning worship service. cleaned, inspec idJO °™& Jreat- .Sermon: \Resurrection.\ Building ments given to ^9^™ f Ve agned fund offering. requests from •* B fM^ a - , Wednesday, April 9th: Grade 3 — M %WL m , last u . ' 8 P- m. F. C. M. class meeting at W - e h J^N P Sfe V™. ff i lhe homt \ of Mr *. Alfred Gifford, Meredith St. J^MffL^Pf. Wal Schoharie Plank Rd. is \Adventures of ^»f.f d fi^V [ Thursday, April 10th: E J^^^Z^ 2 ^ p - m - Carollers ' choir «*«*- give the show. J^ nvited Miss i Buckley's class ^•' ,w ^ el c ^d today: we are ^^Sj 5 ^ 5 ' NOTICE OF FILING COMPLETED In art class, we ; are msuang Spring t ASSESSMENT ROLL pictures of flowers. Yesterday w- t AaatsbiviENT ROLL made pictures of. tiwps using paints, Notice is hereby given that the as- and.chalf. T^*^ ver y Pretty, .sessment roll of the Village of Alta- Grade 3 — Mrs. Sjaqaro , mont. duly completed and verified, Last Thursday,-'^ dass had a was filed in the Village Clerk's of- hobby show. There were many dif-jfice on April 1, 1958, and will re- ferent hobbies. \Collections of pic-i main on file subject to inspection for tyres, postcards, fo^t. animals, model 115 days after the date of this notice, airplanes and many/.jptner interesting ] A proceeding to review an assessment items. We wrdfjfjJetters to our | appearing on such assessment mothers, inviting tiKn> t0 come to our .shall be commenced before May 1st room to see our show. We said | in the manner provided by the tax some poems and, then Ruth Marion 'law. _. . .-., -B n.—.. BERYL N. GRANT, 'April 4) Clerk. 7:30 p. m. Chorus choir rehearsal. Fire Insurance REMEMBER — IF YOU'RE NOT FULLY INSURED— IT'S NOT ENOUGH! CALL US TODAY! Severson's Insurance Agency OFFICE — 114 MAPLE AVE. TEL. UN 1-8081 — ALBANY 4-1805 — 1IAX MADE FUR COATS — BOKGANA L'ALLEGKO ORLOX - JUV.VEL PILE - FABRICS Can-fully Cleaned Beautifully Finished G.OO GUILDERLAND PHONE ALBANY 8-3494 8 H n H n H •• u roii; g n 8 1 NEW DATE FOR I 9:15 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. The Service and Holy Communion. Wednesday, April 9: 3:30 p. m. United Lutheran Church Women. 6:30 p. m. Supper; business meet- ing and program following. 8 p. m. Sunday school executive meeting. Helderberg Chapter^ 0. E. S. Master Masons' Night was observed at the last meeting of Helderberg Chapter 331, Order of the Eastern Star. The fine attendance for this affair was very gratifying. Everyone greatly enjoyed the exceUent-enter- tainment and refreshments which fol- lowed the meeting. The Misses San- dra Hickey and Allison Bowe gave an expert performance of several intricate Scottish dances.. Mr. Neldon Van- DenBurgh, accompanied by his wife rendered two beautiful violin solos and two vocal numbers. • -^ rs ;u M ]^ Tem P le h as affiliated with the Chapter, and was heartily welcomed at the last meeting ' V : .R. W. O'Brien, District (Srind Lec- turer, will make his official vkit £ toe Chapter at the next Stog Thur^ ..day, April 10 He wnf relew the Chapter's worlf at that time R W '.Lauretta,*- Harris, District Grind .Matron, will accompany him BZ .freshrnents for. the evening 'win be served by Eleanor Shaadt, ASna &unk Florence Sisson, Grace RockSraw^ .Anna Mane Grimm. pgw fro^nlo^try~«7it s orlginal . More perfumed producls are used by men than women. ea ./Advertise in the Enterprise. w— ^ Jlmmy^Elgie arid ;^Siane Pamode ex- plained tneir hobKejij Each mother received a favor. '•\;'. ' We are workiDg-on an operetta, \The Shoemaker ;iand The Elves,\ which we will givfe-iin April., In the cast is Jimmy Bftg^JFred Mesereey, Eloise Endicott, RutMferion, and Paul Brown. (v;l ; This week we hajffi. planngd a field trip to the Alban#iFelt Milk We will see how th^$gglte felt and learn of the mani^ecpe who help make it. We haveSsainples of yarn. wool and grease aridj a teasel in our room.* V ' ': Harold McKenney,'Goonne Plummer and Pamela .Crourise,' Be£orters. Grade 6 — Mrs. G>»gatf In' English, ..w^^re^J-eaiang about possession'.' ^W^a%^'>n# , sing,^ib- jecte and preaMtes(.-'a?ra s .six of-the parts' of speech.' . .\ \>l The Student CouncD'\ membeis are selling seeds and Tee-shirts. Seeds are $i50 a box or 10c* a packet and the fee-shirts are 75c each. In intra-murais we are playing volley ball. It is a lot of t ft}n. In art class; we pointed pictures fef what each of us thought of Spring.4 * Then we wrbte short stories or poems in English class telling about our picture. We are still practicing our Spanish play that we expect to present on Tues- day, April 1. Our scenery is very nearly completed. We have been having group reports of Italy, France, Denmark, Sweden, Spain and Portugal. Students in each group brought in interesting ..objects from the various countries-.' Our teacher, Mrs. Grogan. complimented us on the \excellent job we did in re- porting on the carious countries. In science we are having group re- ports on the topic, \weather.\ We are glad Sharon Weaver is well again and is back to school with us. Altar-Rosary Society The meeting of March 6 was held in the basement of the rectory follow- ing recitation of the R.osary at the church. Opening prayer was read by Jane Smith. The minutes were read by Ursula Pennoyer. Mrs. Jensen gave the treasurer's re- port, and Mrs. Shoro appointed a call- ing committee to assist her in her sun- shine committee work. Annual Firemen's Bail ALTAMONT FIRE DEPARTMENT Friday Evening, April 18 At Altamont Elementary School SEMI-FORMAL Music by Keith Witter's Orchestra (WITH VOCALIST) Continuous Dancing — 9:00 to 1:00 OPEN HOUSE at Legion Hall, Altamont Blvd. TICKETS PER COUPLE (Tax included) - - $3.00 — PLENTY OF PARKING — n n H a tt:t:;:»:t;& iiwmyiwiiHmwmiMWMMiiMMmmMMi lege, Holland* Mich.; James Cj> na „„» JUntar at St Michael's Golle^wt?* Son^'at^pSa^^ 168 404 Honor Bowlers Guilderland Center Mixed Women M. Furbeck U. Shotles Men B. Hoffman 194-559 Women's Commercial , jMarge Donaldson 195 Ella Armstrong 513 Voorheesville Forest Vicky Tymchyn 204-527 Agnes Tucker . 202 Loretta Hack 546 Jackie Beardslce 537 Kay Tymchyn 533 Mary Wailas 515 Doreen Klopfer • •• •-• 501 Voorheesville Men Bill Schultz Bob Cox . Mike Ricci Frank Smith Altamont Business Men |Vic Tymchyn Dick'Brehm .••:-•• Voorheesville Po KSi Mixed Women 244 626 607 606 215 598 192-529 Men Kay Tymchyn men Homer LaVoio <>-•«.. 225 Frank Jablonski „ \i-^: 542 Altamont Recreation MJxfe^ ' Women ; Olive Tymchvn 176-508 Men Joe Torlish , ••£.-•> 226-623 Altamont Busing Women |Eva Kiltz 211 Shirley Kiltz M , vv: 512 Altamont Mixed Women lOlive Loeber 181 Gloria Cromme Kerl Crosby Men 181-486 267-613 It takes \So^tlse ^ker bees to gather a t\M_piwA£^eyi ; An inferiority. *«Jg. CftjM be a blessing if the rightj^Pje h&d it, It's usualiyThe «*fLJ»*W*c. that makes enough money <° °uy mink, If You INVEST in Life Insurance Today THE TRAVELERS ard H. Severson, AGENT ALTAMONT, NEW YORK Phone UNion 1-8865 OUR PHONE NUMBER UN\ 1-8831 Please mark in your book! APRIL --SPECIAL-- — Drain Old Anti-Freeze — Clean and Flush Cooling System $2.25 If Heavy Duty Cleaner Needed— $2.75 ALTAMONT ESSO SERVICENTER ARMSTRONG'S Milk and Cream Grade A Pasteurised ALSO ALL BY-PRODUCTS: HEAVV CREAM CREAM CflEESE CHOCOLATE MILK (with whole milk) BUTTERMILK ORANGE DRINK t Phone UN 1-6630 AMONT, NEW YORK MMBMMMMNaMHMMMIM Happy PALMER'S GRANDADDY BlNKS (Standing Chocolate Rabbit — Enough Chocolate for the Whole Family) 18 Inches Tall from Toes to Tophat ONE POUND OF DELICIOUS MILK CHOCOLATE Only $3.49 See Our Other Easter Novelties WHITMAN'S SPRINGTIME HANDBAGS LUDEN'S CHOCOLATE NOVELTIES _ A N D — A HOST OF OTHER EASTER GOODIES AND GIFTS FOR ALL GILBERT J. DE LUCIA, B.Sc, Prop. \Accuracy — Courtesy — Service\ PHONE UN 1-8861 — RESIDENCE UN 1-6631 STORE HOURS — DAILY 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS — 9 A. lM. to 1 P. M. 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