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SECTION TWO — PAGE TWO ALTAMONT (N« V»? ENTERPRISE -ALBANY GQ. POST* FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 195$ 4 Ifep i TOORHEESYILLE (Continued from Page 1 Section 2) Schenectady were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs Rose phcci. Miss Carol Leland of Cambridge Mass, spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. \and Mrs. C. Arthur 'Leland\. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Jr., Mrs. Frank Smith, Sr., her son airo BonnJBj Walter .Jj-fehejr, Jr., and Robert;' Harris of .Albany-, Thanksgiving callers of Mr. and daughter, Jameg and Dorothy, were Mrs.\; James Frederick Were Miss Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Wagoner, Warner's Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Van Alstyne Agnes* Fliers o( ..^bariy/ and Mrs, Prentice Rogers of. Slirigerlands. Mrs, Orville DeRqse arid Mrs. Raympnd Moulthrop and daughter, 0 f Binghamton and Peter Van Al- LindjsQGreat Barrington, Mass., were styne of South Bethlehem were Friday guests of Mr* and Mrs. Rus-, Thanksgiving week end guests of sell'Sperbeck and family. 'Mr. and Mrs.-John Russell. Mr. and Mrs., Frank'WaTmer were Dr. Edwin P. Adkins of Columbia Thanksgiving dinner- guests of her University spent the holiday Week \ mother, Mrs. Paul Batr of Albany. L end with his family. Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clara Fox and Charles Fprge Adkins and their children enjoyed were Thanksgiving dinner guests of their Thanksgiving dinner in Plym- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bershwinger of outli, Mass., and spent the week end Elsmere. touring Cape Cod, visiting points of Nelson Secor and family Of Pough- interest. keepsie were Sunday guests of his Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crdote of brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Roanoke, Va., were week end guests Mrs. Craig Gilbert of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flansburg. Billy Gray, student at Paul Smiths : Mr. and Mrs. George Stafford and College, spent 'the week end at the family of Schenectady and Mr. and home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Winters and son of William Gray. .Westerlo were Thanksgiving dinner Dr. and Mrs; Clifford Casey en- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tice. tertained both of their parents and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meade families on Thanksgiving, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Myndert Mi*, and Mrs. Allen Hurst were Crounse and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thanksgiving guests of his sister, Weidman at Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Joseph Murray*. Delmar. | Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Danzi and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Person, Jr., son, Thomas, spent Thanksgiving and family were Thanksgiving dinner with her mother, Mrs. Anthony guests of his parents; Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Gneonta. Frank Person, Sr. i Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. William Gray and Mrs. Michael Frohlich were their family were Thanksgiving dinner daughter, Mary Beth, a student at guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the University of Connecticut, and William Gray, Sr., Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bloomer. Mr. and Mrs. John Hock, /VVycoff, Mrs Clifford Fisher and son, N. J., were week end callers of Mr. Ronald, Dormansville, were Thanks- and Mrs. Craig Gilbert. giving dinner guests of her son and Thanksgiving' guests of Mr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fisher. Mrs. S. E. Mintline and family were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Eliza- Mrs. Mary Stadler and Arthur beth Robbins were- Mr. and Mrs. Eichstadt of Rensselaer. Donald Robbins and family, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Charin of Murial Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Lawton and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Andrews and daughter, Mary* of Al- bany, and Mr. and Mrs. T. Green of Menands. Miss Marguerite Joslin was a Thanksgiving dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.'Dayton Joslin and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Christman and son of DeFreestville were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Berger and family. Knox REFORMED CHURCH Rev. Cornelius Dykhtuizen will be supply minister for December. 10 a. m. Sunday schooL 11 a. m.- Church service. Wednesday .— Ladies' 1 Aid to the hall. The community Christmas partvf ._. will be held in the hall'.Pec 19 and MrTancfMrs. Charles Taylor and j start with a covered dish suppfer'at family were Thanksgiving guests of 6:30 p. m. •> OUR SERVICE IS WM3VT AND WE CAN PROVE IT EXPERT SERVICE — HOURS, 9 to 9 (MLDEMD RADIO-TELEVISION 2301 WESTERN AVE. ALBANY 8-4420 SCHENECTADY ELgin 5-3579 ^^^^^^S^^^^^^^^^s^ssss^^^s&s&ississsm ;--•«*! USE POLYETHYLENE PLASTIC FILM FOR EQUIPMENT COVERS \The Material of 1,000 Uses\ • LOW COST • REUSABLE • <jLIGHT WEIGHT • SOFT'YET TOUCH • STAYS SOFT AT 70° BELOW ZERO WIDTHS: f, 4\ 6\ 8\ 70y 2 \ 12\ \6W, 20' LENGTH: 100 Lin, Ft Per Roll CALL I BUILDING MATERIAL CO. 1 I 1110 CenfrafAve;, Albany 2-4489 J her parents; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Widmann, New Scotland. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gage were Thanksgiving guests of his mother, Mrs. Catherine Gage, New Scotland. Robert Traver of Ravena was a Thanksgiving dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Flansburg. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gregory and children of Albany and Mr. and Mrs, William Paulsen and son of Colonie were Thanksgiving dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. August Berger had as Thanksgiving guests, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henion and sons of Albany and Mr. and Mrs. J. August Berger and children. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Jr., were Mrs. Smith, Sr., James and Dorothy Smith and Mrs. Phillip Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sellnow, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sell- now, Jr., were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Collin of West Sand' Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Phillips and son, Joseph* of Rochester, were Thanksgiving guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schultz and family were Thanksgiving din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William •Schultz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ableman, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Able- man, Jr., and son, Richard, and Mrs. Omer Mllett of New Scotland were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slabom. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. William Munyan and Miss Mary Munyan were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam uel Patton of Elsmere: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Watson spent Thanksgiving with . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Radley .of Delmar. Mr. and Mrs. William Stackman and son, Robert, New York city, were Thanksgiving guests of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slingerland. Mrs. Leo Hanlon of New York city was a-) Thanksgiving guest at the home of, her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ross, of Maple Ave. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Relyea, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Relyea, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Solen Kinney and Robert Stewart and Frank Becker.- Mr. and\ Mrs. Arthur Bpynton and- daughter, Joyce, and Mrs. Orrie Boyntorij former. Voorheesville resi- dents, spent the Thanksgiving week end with Mrs. Boynton's sister, Mrs. Paul Bair of Albany. The Boyntons made several calls pn-relatives and? •£& then 4 dfteliiife Bbnife which\ fhey bumf in\ Biglervillej Pa. ' Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Sholder Were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Blackman and children and* Mr. and Mrs. George Jones of Wormer Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Hatch entertained at.dinner Sunday follow- ing the baptism of their daughter, Cheryl.Denise. Those.present were: Miss Ethel Braden of Albany, Mrs. Arthur H. Hatch, Ervin S. Baker, Barbara and Lauren Hatch. S.S. PIERCE No. 6 Quart - $499 S. S. PIERCE MANHATTAN $239 Fifth SCOTCH $5.69 Fifth 1 Dumassier- Sauteme $1.79 Fifth Adair's Liquor Store ', HEW SCOTLAND AVE. — Opposite St. Peter's Hospital 'At Stttft Manning\ Boulevard 617NBW^tedTLANDAVK , .ALBANY, N. Y. — PLENTY OF FREE PARKINq — . QUOTATION \God's purpose in creating us was to fellowship with Him. God cre- ated us because He loved us.\ To fellowship with Him, we must love Him. \Why do we fear to go on with Him? God created us to have free dom and love Him. All of us are born with capacity to love and capacity to hate: \Hate consumes us! Love builds!\ Rev. Homer B. Silvernail Quaker Street COMMITTEES LISTED Mrs. George Bradf, newly elec ted president of the woman's-auxi- liary, of the Quaker Street Fire, company has announced the ap. pointment of committees for the year. They include: . 'Telephone', Mrs., William Scran- tori, Mrs. William Russell; mem. bership, Mrs. Pasquale Santera, Mrs.- Harold Taber, Mrs. Fred Kos. tos; sunshine, Mrs. Margaret Bee ker; J4rs. James Elbrecht, Mrs. William S'crahtph; uniforms, Mrs. Paul Panas, Mr& Robert Young; publicity, Mrs;. ! James Elbrecht, Mrs. Harold; Taber. The auxiliary will hold its an- nual-. Christmas party, for all fire- men, auxiliary members, and their familiesy at the fire rial, Dec. I T at '6 pan. Following the: usual eus. torn, the party will feature a cover- ed disn supper, grab bag, arid en te^tainraent for the- children. The organization' will sponsor a bard parks'. Beci 6 at 8 p\.m. at the fire : hali. 'Committees iriclude Mrs. JV tries iaiiriSriringS; Mrs. Paul Palnas, Mrs. Donald Hayner, re- freshments'; MM Harold Taber and Mrs George BradL. cards. The November meeting of the auxiliary was held at the fire hall, with Mrs. Paul Panas and Mrs. Mrs; William Russell' itf charge- of refreshments. Others participating hi the meeting wer6 Mrs. Becker, Mrs. Edward Bradley,'Mrs. Brad't, Mrs. Cummings, Mrs., Elbrecht, Mrs. Hayner, Mrs. \Minnie\ Psoras'; Mrs. Paul Panas, Mrs. Scranton, Mrs. Harold Taber and Mrsi Win- field Taber. More than,twice as many males as females are Wiled each year in •accidents, according to the National Safety Council, ' If you Want your houSeplarits to thrive this winter, find out how much light they need and then regu- late.th» amount they .get. Sunday, Dec. 21 —'Choir carol sing. Sunday, Nov. 30, Miss Elizabeth Bruce gave a very inspiriting talk on her work among over ..seas Chinese In the evening the missionary so- ciety held its thankoffering service with Miss Bfuce giving a talk and showing slides. '• COMMUNITY N'OT^S Rev. and Mrs. Johnsmrti ,aijd ; faMfc ily were supposed to leay0 'Jj^gsqajif for their new home in Sterling; -fflt,. but the moving van did'. notVafrisfe- here until Wednesday. Miss Edith Hunting, who is spend- ing the winter in New York arid Hastings-on-Hudson, was an auto ac- cident. She suffered fractures . of both legs, and he niece, with whom she was riding, sustained a broken collar bone. Anyone wishing to sefid\ a card, the address is: Mjss Edim Hunting, 12 Summit Ave., Hastings- on-Hudson, N. Y. Sherman Kepner suffered a stroke and his confined to a hospital. Philo La Grange is spending the\ winter with Mrs. Georgianna Stew- art. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Quay, Luella Quay and Robert Quay were in A1-, bany on Friday. The Knox Ladies' Aid will serye a dinner for 40 members of the Dairymen's League on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Milstead: andj son of Scotia were Tuesday guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Quay.. { Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Quay served! a dinner on Tuesday for Rey. andj Mrs. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs.>L'ee! Milstead in the church hall. They! were also supposed to serve the meni with the moving van, which aidn'lf get here. | A good number attended the/ fare! well party for Rev. Johnson and! family Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Deckel] spent Sunday with his parents* Mr| and Mrs. Adha Decker. MARRIED 50 YEARS The 50th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Wagoner <j|! Carman was observed Sunday aft* noon with open house at the Carin Methodist parish house. Mrs. Wag|; oner is a native of Knox. Mr. arid Mrs. Millard Quay of Knox we^j the attendants at the wedding Sffi years ago, and the Quays celebrated their 50th. anniversary ;h} 1957\in iBg: Knox Reformed church.:), '.. . Jf\ After the- Open House the immp iate families and Mr. and** Mrs; J\°' were invited to the house wheripa' huffet supper was'' enjoyed by'|fi| following: Mr. and.Mrs; M. Qufiyf Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wagoner, childrenj- Judy .affii Clyde; Jr;, A South Berne CONGREQATIONAt CHRISTIAN CHURCH' Sunday, Decempej 7th: ' 9 30 ft m; Sunday; school. 1Q 30 a-, mt Church service, Alfred D Welling of Freehold, minister, rj^ere will be a rijeeting of tlje! con- gregation following, the service, to elect a new deacon, Thursday, Dec. 11, 12:15 p. m. •— Ladies' Aid at the home of Mrs. Chaites JacobSi COMMUNITY NOTES jlr. and Mrs. Warren Carl and family were recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Papp. Mrs. Hazel Willsie attended the city and country Gouncil dinner at Albany Medical Center last Tuesday evening. ... Jlr. and Mrs,. Richard Rapp and rjebbie visited Mr. arid Mrs. John Manchester at Schoh&rie Wednesday evening. j|r, and Mrs. Arthur Kinriaird, Sr., have left to spend the winter in vjlfers with Betty Kinnaird: lift and Mrs. John Manchester of g<Jjharie spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs. DeWitt Sisson. .jli$ plazel Willsie and Phil spent llltiksgiving with Mr;, and Mrs. I^eodore Furman of New Scotland .fljanksgiving guests at the home of. Mrs. Nettie Filkins were: Mr. a$ Mrs. Clyde Filkins. of Westerlo, Mr snd Mrs. Dennis Boornhower of golifll Westerlo, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ie Buis of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. 10 Le Buis, Donald Charis and p$is, Mr. ^nd Mrs. Fred Bassler and! Terrace ' of Berne, and Mrs. l$nny,Nehemiah of Altamont. jE arid Mrs. Orville Boehlke and chfla^n of Coeymans Hollow spent 1§sgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Bicl&d Rapp. |fr, and Mrs. Orlo Stewart and Mr and Mrs. Clyde Filkins of Westerlo were guests of Mrs. Nettie j5$jn$ Friday evening. ' JJJ. and Mrs. Tully spent the week ^rhere at their summer home, nji8$i'they recently purchased from tifMasons. ° jjjr, and Mrs. Herbert Deitz, Jr., jfson of Glenfields and Mr. and {^Robert Deitz of Westerlo were uPSy dinner guests of Mr. and ^Herbert Deitz, Sr. j)onna Jean and Joanne Tork jehtthe week end with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. jasper Tork, .Vo&feesville. f.jjfc and Mrs, Leo O'Brien and Billy, and Mr-, and Mrs. Clifford Vincent,; Jf., and fainily were Thanksgiving: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vincent, Sr, ' Al\dh arid 'Robert Joslin were dinner\.guests of Mr, and Mrs. Fred S ( inith Thanks'givJhg Day. Mrsi Herman Rapp spent several days last- week at Holley with her husband where he is employed. Billy Smith spent a' few. days in New York city with' his mother. Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Jacob spent last week in- AHentown> Pa., visiting their: soriMn-law- arid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henrieh;. Last Sunday, while oil 'his way htirrie from: work, Fre,d r Smith's truck slid, on ice arid took dOwtt two guard rails arid srha\shefl into a tree in front of DeWitt. Sissoh's home, Mr. Sinith' Wl as; taken td Albany hos- pital by the; Bertie; diribuiance, where he is reported to be in good condi»-j tion. Mrs. Fred Smith is spending a few days with •< her brother-lnrlaw ahd sister, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt, Carle), while- her husband is in the hospital, Subscribe to the Altamont Enter* prise — $3.00 per year. .' — fmiffimtw _, .ia*.N-»w— * WMAVMi 147 JAY STREET ( mmM f% 4-9ti0^ semmMAw, NEW YGRK Between State and FrMkliii Streets LGorjsel^':' l^mffegitif?''^hSjgl& Chester Os'trander arid • '..qWia^ Richard arid Barbara, Mr,; kri3^ William Secor and Mr. and'irl Alan Van Wormer and\ cnfcn, Mark and Shirley. Riding Club Meets The Goiden Horse Shoe Riding club held .its monthly meeting at the home of Mr., and Mrs. Howard Marshy Clarksville. The ing: officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Robert Fe It e r ; vice-president, WillSlrn Johhsloniv secretary, Mrs: Del&lrt Powers; treasurer, Mrs. Lyle Yah Dyke, news reporter, Mrs. Howard Marsh; board of directors, Lyle Van Dyke, Howard Wisenbuhi, .Robert Raynor, Sr., William Van Natten and Howard Marsh. , After the business session, Marsh showed slides of the .Aita- \mont Regional Fair and local horse shows. Subscribe to the Altamont Enter- prise ~ $3,00 per year. _„ SET Spe'cia'Lini&diictory bftet on Vie^-Master, Starter &tsl Eacfc cine iiaji exatMgjiitkage of three dimension •viewing full...brand tiew...comj?ieie with fejdnatin* three dimension picture*, and die famottf Viewer tfiat mikes them \come *live'^ like ,togicl See our, new Starter Sit Mectiotfiodiy. > wofideffal' gtfUi Mi cfiildrei ... $4.00 VALUE * ' 0 JJ 2f •wm sltt p4iml ^ In .•ach l»l-to 3.|i t | tMiini\ ihowinj nolurt, AC J iwme ond lmy»l ttb]uH WSowyert from fqvorlh VicwMnhr Inc. 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