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James Hansen, formerly of Sche- nectady, is staying with his sister,. Mrs. Webster, of Latham, and ex- IIIUIIHItMlJUUIItll Old Line or Mutual Automobile and Fire •tiiiiitiiiniiiiiiiitii CLYDE L. BALL BlJRNE, N. Y. Tel, West Berne 2001 Berne LUTHERAN CHURCH 9 30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30 a.'m. Preaching service. REFORMED CHURCH 9:30 a. m. Preaching service. 10:45 a. m. Sunday school, Elaine, Jean and Janet, and Mrs Fred N. Deitz were ThanksEivwg guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L Bail. WQ 1 Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Wagner were Thanksgiving guests of hei par- ents, Mr. and Mrs Clarkson Wood Knox. Mr. and Mrs Milton Hart *J r 10:45 a. m. Sunday scn°M- and daughters spent ThanksetviBg The annual community Christmas ^ ft her te £ CcopersS -«„ -nil h„ h.ld m the Reformed Mr an % ^ w,^ 6 ™^ service will be held in the Reformed church Christmas Eve. entertained on Thanksgavdng Mr and Mrs. Howard-Deihl of Alt'amont and Mrs. Lela Buchanan FOXENKILL GRANGE Twentv-seven members .attended , ,, , „, , me Nov 26 meeting of the Foxenkill ™r- and Mrs Steven- Komjathy GraS. Harold Mller presented an [^^^^J^Pm^^m the P^cls fo^ter'Eliis h\o\spital for skin -~& nf fecturer's program The 'h°May wjjj &M^ \^ treatment charter was draped m memory of \aaoat wa rajn^^BaJJs^on Spa- M^and Mrs. Edward Butler call- 'g£X W. Snyder. I Mr. and Mrs R^ond.^ites of ed on their niece, Mrs. William f^ fin& 1 feting this month will .West Berne and Mr. aM Mrs. W' Hay™ of Watervliet, on Saturday. be Th h e eld Friday , Be e 26, with a mond J^tofeBJ —_ ,_ covered dish supper at 7 p. m. for spent Tha^gi^ig WdfciJMr. and Enterprise ads pay — try them. Sriugm a bug in a Christmas rug ... Gift ^ittilicates, bf Course! Smart Handbags, and Hosiery Too.' Kindergarten - - Mrs. Cudney Raul Bastiani. anS,#tJiQriy Fern raioli celebrated their birthdays with a joint party at- the' s$io61. Mrs. Bastiani took pictures. . '\•'\- We are no w thihkirig about Christmas arid have Started mak- ing dqegrations. for our rgbm.. This week we are beginning t o write the number 5. We are learn- ing many things about numbers. We have had fun- making stories from pictures and doing i t on the flannel board. Grade 2 -- Miss Buckley Philip Carlson brought hi s new book, \Famous Heroes of the Old West,\ t o school to show us. Peter Zaremski brought his new bulldozer to show us, Darcy Armstrong brought a new singing book. Edward Fusia brought his model ship. He got it in Philadel Cute, cuddly, always in fashion . . . Our smart, fur-topped, nylon fleece lined storm boot. All water proofed in beautiful genuine leather. Never a more desirable or practical Christmas gift. In black, grey, brown with choice, of side zipper or snap. ?0.95 Yours for only •8 members and their families. The Mrs. Arthur g#tp$nd^BtnP».. regular meeting toll follow at 8, at' Mrs. Carl Er&esen. and,daughter, which time a Christmas program will Ma, entertained on - Thanksgiving, hfrnW | Mr. and Mrs, Hawey Wegener and P^a^^'i's^M^^sivuisv^caxion AHta Dec 11 meeting Albany' children, Harvey, Jr^anlS^I k E *¥ ari „ F r%, I W \ m W Countv DemiTv Earl Loucta will be Peter Eriksen, the Misses ^Caro and' mfer. Joe Jank, Sheila Jordan John SS D Ti y oKs L a^rmembers N^cy^B^^ sure urged to attend. , Scott, Thomas' Eriksen, Edward Bur-; drea Mosley spent Thanksgiving away from home. In art and music classes we are thinking and planning for Christ- mas decorations. We are going t o make the 'Partridge in the Pear ee.\ I n arithmetic w e ar e 50c gift to be exchanged to the next and Mrs. Chester Miller, Mr.' and^f^S t o tell time I n social meeting. Howard Schoonmaker will Mrs. Steven Komjathy, Mr, and Mrs.' ^s we ar e t*^^* ««d furnish cookies. • |Raymond Shultes, Jr., enjoyed a drawing^ P' ct b u / e 4« w ^ w ^ think Mr. and ,Mrs. Howard Conklin of card party at the home of Mr. and, we want t0 be wnen we S row U P- Altamont were Thanksgiving guests Mrs. Millard Shultes of West Berne Grade 4 -- Mrs. Burke mister of Long Island, ,and Thomas COMMUNITY NOTES I Von Thaden and friend of Middle- Members of Cub Scout Den 2 met burgh, at the home of the den mother. Each' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lendrum, boy is t o make a tree decoration Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lendrum. mi for the Christmas party and bring a Mr. and Mrs. John Yatmchuk, Mr. 1 lr at the WilMamson home. Mr. and Mrs. John Riley and sons, Joey and Jackie, of Clarksville; recently. I In art c ^ ass we nave learned how -Mr. an d Mrs. Steven Komjathy to mix colors and have painted and daughter, Patricia, visited Mr?|some very nice pictures-. In arith- James \Montgomery of MariaviUe, and Mrs. Arthur Finch, Sr., of Mid- metic we have started to learn - --• — — - ' 'dletown, L. I., last week end '• Idivision and w e ar e finding it i s Mrs. D. J. Lendrum spent Thanks-' really fun and easy if we know our giving with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick;multiplication facts. Lendrum. ' I Last week w 'e saw two films on David komjathy spent Wednesday petroleum. We have been study- with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ing the e a™ ana its surfaces. We Steven Komjathy. have stu died and have had films John Pickens ' was among the! on the fuels and. riches obtained delegates a t the New York State.-from the earth. • Teachers'Association House of Dele-1 The New York Telephone Co. and Mrs. Clara Mann and daughter, Linda, were. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Jesse Sholtes. Mr. arid Mrs. Stanley Dearstyne, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dear- styne of Newfarie were Thanksgiving guests of Mi - , and Mrs. Stanley Dearstyne. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harvey and daughter, Hollie, and Mrs. Bessie Wright spent Sunday with Mr. Har- vey's parents a t Troy. ' Miss \Janet Wright\ of Theil Col- lege, Greenville, Ba., and Miss Jean gates meeting in New York city last week. i Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Gifibs/enter: tained on Thanksgiving, Mr. Westgate Shopping Center CENTRAL AVE.-AT COLVIN Wright of CobleSkill College spent Mrs. -Eugene LaFrancis and the Thanksgiving vacation with their David, Bruce and Ronald, of Han- parents, \Mr. arid Mrs. Raymond Chester, N . H. t / Wright . | Grant Becker of Schenectadj,spent Mrs. John' Riley and sons, Joey Thanksgiving with Mr . and \Mrs. and Jackie,' and \Mrs. Nelson Cook Frank Brownell. |j. of Clarksville' called on Mrs. Clara I Mr. and Mrs. Harold HeE§q|and Mann Sunday afternoon. son, Michael, who nave oler|ipKn.d- Kenrieth Wagrter was unanimously ing some time with lier-; vjoarents, elected .-.a fire commissioner for a Mr. and Mrs. Steven -KS^|% five-year'•.term a t the annual elec- have moved into their nevjl. trailer tion Tuesday evening. [home near Warner's Lake*^ Mrs. Lulu Wood has closed her! Mrs. Christina Miller andgjotert house for'the winter and is staying Wright were Thanksgiving gu^.of with MrJ arid Mrs. Burdell Truax Mr. and Mrs. John Yarmaijp*.' instead of- going \to Kingston. • Mr. and Mrs. Charles McS^iptt Miss -Ruth Elaine Wright of and Ethel McDermott '-- erased Lowell,' |?ich., spent Thanksgiving the following on ThanksglNflEMlay: vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mr. an d Mrs. raeharftf-;Sp8i&hd Mrs. Raymond Wright. ! children, Lory and BobbyjfeMiand ' Rev. anil Mrs. Franklin Deitz and Mrs. Carmen Fiacco .-arid jfcjpen, children, iAllan, Arlene and Gerald, Carmen, Jr., and Mary; ; ?aM?Mr. of Schenpqtady; MK arid Mrs. Ray- and Mrs. Harold -McDen&feind mond Wrright arid daughters, Ruth children, Donald, Linda anS.ijpne. Jhe Consul Mark III VEW ENGLISH-BUILT FORD FULLY EQUIPPED DELIVERED IMMEDIATE DELIVERY —DESIGNED IN DETROIT BY FORD MOTOR 00.- Engineered to U. S. Standard Measurements and \Assembled in England. 1. Time proven overhead valve 90 H. P. water cooled engine'—standard gear shifting. 2. Conventional styling — head-room and leg-room equal to any of the low-price (3) of American manufacture, 3. 30 miles to the gallon standard gas—low maintenance bjost —:high resale (always a waiting list for used English Fords). 4. ( Why take parts and service risks, when you can pur-. chase an English Ford, at today's sensationally low prices, andhave it serviced by authorized Ford pro- ducts? Dealers located in every village and' city in the U. S. A. — COME IN — and test drive this sensationally new English Ford, and Jearn more about the many plus-value features. ,' 12 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM Prices Start at $1595.00 JARRETT MOTORS, Inc. For Your CHRISTMAS AND ENJOY FINE WINES AND LIQUORS FROM PAT (^ROSSI'S Liquor Store 118 Madison Ave. Albany, N.Y. Phone 4-5966 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY ¥' 045 CENTRAL AVENUE 'T 55 '' ' K PHONE 89.S4S1 - >l > , OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P, M, \V \WE SELL - W& $|Wi||J'' Al^ANYiN.t 2,000 REASONS WHY ^'Should we ever be required to prove our interest . ;|in community health, we could cite 2,000 J'jgopdreasons, Our prescription department stocks upwards of 2,000 medicinal ingredients. (They come from every point of the compass Some are prescribed daily, others only rarely. These drugs ate brought together , in our.prescription department to help us render cbmpetent professional service for the protection of your health. -DELAWARE TURNPIKE ':.'.;:''; '•' * -PHONES CLARKSVILLE EAST BERNE, RENSSELAERVILLE AND WESTER!n • i . - ENTERPRISE 9669 _'\' .. ALL OTHERS —. POpIar 8-2020 1 ; -;\ Prescriptions — Drugs — Supplies JERUSALEM REFORMED ''' .^Rev. ^rth#P/iHp^birg, pasW. • 9:30 a. m. ^Sunday scJiool. iO:3Q a. mi WorsJhip service. tadieS' Guild first Monday a t 8 p. m . Ladies' Aid last Thursday' a t 2 p. m; . Sunday school teachers and of-' ftcers meeting last Tuesday a t 8 Consistory meeting last Monday a t 8p.m., . v . -r A nexy oil burner was installed .in Oie parsonage this past week. The Ladies' Aid Christmas party will b e held in the church hall on Thursday evening, Dec. 10. COMMUNITY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. William Crosier and sons attended a play a t CBA in Al- bany Saturday night. William Crosier got a four-point buck while hunting this past week. Mrs. George Billington spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hauf of Delmar. Mr. an d Mrs. Cady Schoonover Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vadhey an d Mr. and Mrs. Howard Becker drove to New York city Friday t o attend the wedding Saturday morning of Mr. an d Mrs. Cady Schoonover's son. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Heere were Mr. and Mrs. John Heere of S&uth Beth- : lehem and Mr. an d Mrs. Derrick Voorhees. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Northrup and son -were with his parents on Thanksgiving. They are now living in their, new home on th e Feura Bush-Unionville Rd. William Crosier has returned to work after a week's vacation Mr. and Mrs. A . Markel enter-, tained Mr. and Mrs. Howard Acker '«,,!• jl,- .IULH„ .U-'IJ Legal Notices has loaned us a teletrainer and the film, \Adventures in Telezonia.\ We ar e learning how to answer and to make calls properly with emphasis o n \good telephone man- ners.\ We are thoroughly enjoy- ing the telephones. We have made our own telephone directories and this has given us practice in al- phabetizing. Fourth grade band starts this week. There are eight children from this room taking band instru- ments. Mr. Wolven teaches band. There are four children who have already started taking violin les- sons from Miss Farmer, and one pupil is learning to play the cello. We are glad t o have this opportun- ity to start playing instruments in the fourth grade. Music Department The music department at the Al- tamont school will present the an- nual Christmas concert Monday, Dec. 15. Th e concert this year will be entitled \Christmas Festi- val\ and will include many famil- iar carols- and melodies of the sea- son. The string orchestra i s under direction -of Miss Virginia Farmer; th6;*!arid>is directed by Milton Wol- ven, laid Ithe chorus by Mrs. Ricli- afd-SpOhr.' .•'-i ' ' Health Service NeWs A smallpox vaccination clinic will be held a t the school o n Dec. 12 at 9:30 a. m. This service is being offered to all children in the school who have never been vac- cinated. The clinic will b e con- ducted by Dr. Ben.iamin, our school physician. If additional informa- tion is desired, Mrs. Ford, school nurse-teacher, may be contacted. A letter regarding this clinic will be sent home with all pupils who, according to their health records, have never been vaccinated against smallpox. • Vision testing continues. The entire school should be completed before the Christmas holidays.. I n January, the hearing tests will be- gin. Fullers ing. Bobby Johnson was home from. college over the holiday week end., Terry Hughes surprised his par-. ents by visiting them Thanksgiving. Ann Crosier spent Thanksgiving with her parents. Sunday guests of Mrs. Barbara Rothaupt were her son and daugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs . John Rothaupt. Sandra Raynor spent Thanksgiving at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dunham, in Bennington, Vt. While there she had Thanksgiving dinner with he r mother, Mrs. Beatrice Drew. Ann, Patricia and Billy Crosier visited Carol Essing of Coeyman's Hollow on Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Dunham and sons, Kevin, Rusty and Guy, called on their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Northrup, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs., Aaron Warner of East Berne, Calvin Crosier of Col- oriie, Mrs. Maud Crosier and Mr . and Mrs. Jesse Taber an d family\ were Thursday guests of Mr. Shd Mrs. William Crosier. The Xadief' Guild Christajas party was held in tlie church hall on Mdnr day. Due ,^p1so much siclohessj only; nine ftefnbers and one* gupst\ were' present *' \ t Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gregory of Voorheesville visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Northrup. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Zimm and Mary McCoy of Albany were recent guests at dinner of Mrs. Bertha Bent Mr. and Mrs. Parisi of Unionville, spent Saturday evening with the Quays. , Lynnwood Reformed SUPREME \COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVV! YORK COUNTY^bfALBANY ^ MANFRED ANTON,' Plaintiff, against HARRIET KINNEY ANTUN, Defen- dant, • Plaintiff deaianates Albany County,~ as the place of triah Plaintiff resides In Schenectady County. ACTION F5R~/T 0IVORCE TQ the above named Pefendant: _ XOU ARTS HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer, or, if the cohiplftjnt is not served With this summons, to serve a notice of appear- ance, on 1 the Plaintiff's Attorney with- in twenty days' after the service or this summons, exclusive of the day of serv- ice; fl.nd in case, of your failure to ap- pear, -or answer, judgment will be taken against' you by default, for, the relief demanded in the complaint. TO: HARRIET KINNEY\ ANTUN: The foregoing summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an order of \ the Hon. Kenneth S. Mac Affer, Justice, Supreme Court, dated the 17th day of October. 1958, and filed with the complaint in the office of the clerk of the County ot Albany at Al- bany, New York. Dated, August 1.6th, 1957.- _, WILLIAM E[. MAILLOUJC, Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Post Office Address, 154 State Street, Al- . bany 7-, New Yofk. (Nov. 7-Dec. 12) NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Board of the Town of Bethlehem hereby invites sealed bids for the purchase and delivery \tif.lOO-'IB. bags of rock salt, mineral CC grade delivered i n carload lat§5 at Delmar, New York. Bids will' be' received^ up tb..7:3(i P, M. on th e 10th' day of December, 1958' a t which' time said bids will be publicly open- ed ahd\ read a t the Town Hall, Del- maty, isfew York. Bids shall be i n accordance' with this Notice to Bid- and family of Albany on Thanksgiv- i'ders, apd any proposakwhich is not iit .^conformity with this Notice to Bidder's may be rejected. i.The Town Board of the\ Town of Bethlehem reserves the right to re- ject any or all bids. £)ated: November 28, 1958. By Order of the Town Board of the Town of Betitfehem. ROBERT F. WESTERVELT, (Dec. 5) Town Clerk. THE PEOPLE OF THE NEW YOftK STATE OF By the Grace of God Free and Independent Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gemlick were guests at, the Wood-Gemliek home a t Guilderland for Thanks- giving. Mr. an d Mrs. Joseph Scanlan entertained on the holiday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wormer and children and Dick an d Jerry Scanlan of Cornell University. • ,Mr. an d Mrs. Howard Schafer artd son spent Thanksgiving in Albany with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schafer Sr . • Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Spawn eh* tertained at dinner Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. William E; Wormer, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Wormer and Leslie Wormer. Mr and Mrs. Frank Polak en- tertained Thanksgiving, Mr . and Mrs Casper Schmidt, Mr: and Mrs; obert Schmidt, the Misses Dorothy, Evelyn an d Helen Schmidt of Renssalaer, Mr. and Mrs. William Zajon Sr v William Zajon Jr., Mr. and MrSi Joseph Mihal and sons, and Mrs. Agnes Skalnik. . Mr and Mrs. Marvin Spawn and family are moving in their new home on Spawn Rd. Bruce'-and Kathy Spawn ar e spending 1 a few days with Mrs. Stanley Swart. Mr and Mrs. Evan Crounse en- tertained Mr, an d Mrs. Harvey Hallenbeck ,6f Altampn% /Thanks-, giving '•' Mr. an d Mrs. Keith Crounse 'and\ son were guests i n the evening' ' GuestS of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swart on the holiday were Mr. and Mrs Walter ecker, .Bertha Lock- wood of Central. Bridge,, .Mr. and Mrs Walter'; Seeker to,, .and sons, of Randall and Mrs. Ruth Wolcott. Mr an d M**'-' Marvin Spawn, Kathy ajtid Bruce Spawn were guests pf/Mh. and Mrs. George Spawn at pheicTai Cliton Tubbs and Stanley Tubbs bf Albany' were guests of Mrs. Stella Swart, last Sunday. Mr and-Rirsi Emerson Van Pat- ten Jr., and children spent the week-end in-New York city with Mr and \Mrs. Walter Ivers Sr. Emerson Va n Patten Sr . and Miss Qlivfe. Va n Patten spent THanksgiving ay with Mr. and Mrs. John Lawlor of Schoolhouse Rd. Daniel Ivers and friends spent Rev. Gerard J. Van Heest, pastor. Sunday, December 7th.: , 9:45 a; m. Worship service. Rev . John Muilenberg, missionary to th e Philippines, will be the guest preach- er. 11 a. m. Sunday school. The young people will hold a classis rally a t th e Lisha's Kill church beginning at 3:30 p. m. Th e young people are asked t o meet a t the church a t 3 p. m . 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship. Tuesday, December 9th: 7:30 p. m. Worship service. Wednesday, December 10th: Finance committee meeting. Thursday, December 11th: The Guild will hold its annual Christmas party with the women of the Social Union of the.lielderberg, church a s guests. A 60c grab-bag' will.follow the program which begins at 8 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 14 — The sacrament of N holy communion will b e cele^ brated during the morning worship. An offering will be received as usual for the layman's publicity committee. \Since afound one^third of our, population is comprised of people over 40 years, of age, a vast reser- voir of good help is available in that category.. Since more people ar e living longer, the burden of supports ing them b y a present narrow bracket of 20-40 age workers, through taxation o r otherwise, is heavy. I t should be better for the country;in .general, worker and.em- ployer, if ' more of the over.^ group could be put into useful production activities.\ — Utica, N. Y.» Observer- Dispatch. To VIRGINIA ROWLAND THOMAS, 1800 North Fee Lane, Bloomington, Indiana; ETHEL BREITENSTEIN ROBINSON, 2302 - 33rd Avenue South, Seattle 44, Washington; MARGARET R.' -WILSON,' IS74 Clinton Avenue, South, Rochester 18, New York; FRAN- CES VAN 1 VECHTEN RODGERS. Box 461, Manila, The Philippines; DANA BIGELOW RODGERS, 143 South Main Street, Pittsforti, New York; BURTON RODGERS, 15 El Ratio, Vallejo, Cali- fornia; MARY WALKER, Box 95, Cornwall, Connecticut; KATHARINE BARNES, Bradshaw, Drive,, Barstow, California; F. AUGUST LARSON, 2360 Monterey • Road, San Marino, California; 3. ALBERT LARSON. 1985 Pepper Drive, i Altadena, California; • • JAMES LARSON, 963 E. Calaveras Street,' Al- tadenav California; MARGARET PRESSEY, 805-Maryland. Drive, Wista, ;eaUfdrn^a*^:i:J*li|rai;;ft;a.''\^*KODG.BPSi' s tafTW*!*' SB« \Matdby'tDaH* fdrniaV \ MARJORY TPENERTY, \40 Pheasant Hill Street,-Westwood Massa- chusetts; GEORGE WILLIAM WRIGHT, .61 Elm Street, Park Forest, Illinois; HENRY A. RODGERS, 538 Craig ' Street, Grove City, Pennsyl- vania; PRENTICE J. RODGERS, Tont Grove RoaU Slingerlands, New York; JOHN RODGERS, Yale University, New Haven,- Connecticut, c/o Dept. of Geology; and LOUISE R. ACKERMAN, 500 Mesita Drive, El Paso, Texas. And all others interested in the estate of Mary .S. Rodgers, late of the City of Albany,. in the 'County of Al- bany, deceased, as creditors, • legatees, next of kin, or otherwise, SEND GREETINGS: YOU AND EACH OF YOU are here- by required to show cause before 6ur Card of Thanks Surrogate of the Coupty of Albany *| the Surrogate's Court- l|) J^e .QoMffly Court House, in the City of^Albany*.on the &ih day of January, 1M.M M o'clock ' in the forenoon of that d&g why the Account of Proceedings o;fhe National Commercial .Bank and JWW. Company of Albany, as Executor, PT JW Last Will and Testament of said Mare S. iRQdgers, deceased, and PPflWB thereto; should not be judicially aettWd and allowed, and • why . said • ExecutM should not be • authorized to wlthnow from present distribution the sum of One Thousand <W,000.00) Dollars to % used and applied -to Payment olu? taxes, or tax deficiencies, with interest and penalties, if any, hereafter found to be due and owing, and to any %dj ditlona! disbursements hereafter properly incurred by the Executor, and, at the expiration of the time limited 'for the assessment of deficiencies, or sooner' at the discretion of the Executor, to pay over any balance of said sum then Wt maining to the persons entitled thereto, without further formal accounting.- . IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused the Seal of Office of our, said Surrogate to be hereunto affixed. (L, S.) WITNESS, HON. HAROLD E. KOREMAN, Surrogate of our said, County, at the City of Albany, the 18th day of November A. D., 1958. PETER F. CUNNINGHAM, ,j Clerk of the Surrogate's Cour^ Hinman, Straub, Plgors and Manning. Attorneys for Executor, Office and P. O. Address, 90 State Street, Al- bany 7, New- York. (Nov. 28-Dec. 2jj), NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Jennie M. Fischer ••-• By order of Hon. Harold E. Koreman; Surrogate of the County of Albany. v. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ac* cording to law to all persons having claims or demands against Jennie M? Fischer late of the city of Albany .In said' County, deceased, that they' are required to exhibit the same, with 4he; voudhers in support thereof, to the sues scriber, the executor of said deceased/ at his place of transacting business,; as such executor at 22 Fletcher Roadj Albany 3, N. Y., on or before the- first day of June next. Dated this 1st day of December, A/ D-, 1958. • • »: BORDEN H. MILLS, (Dec. 5-May 29) Executor, At a Term of the County Court, Couflty of Albany, at the County Court HousfS,' Irr the city of Albany, New York; ,pjj the 1st day of December, 1958. •.,, PRESENT: HON. MART(N SCHENCK» County Judge. . '.; In the Matter of the Application of STANLEY MIECZNIKOSKI F« i Leave to Change His Name to STANLEY McCLUSKY. k Upon reading and filing the petition - of Stanley Miecznikoski, duly verified the 29th day of November, 1958, prafe ing for leave to assume the name^'flS Stanley McClusky, in the place\ 'afiiT stead of hig present name; and the Court being satisfied from said 'p\e!fj.f; tion that the same is true, and it ap? pearing therefrom that the petitid|)Sr was born on July 23, 1934, at AlbahyJ New York, that Birth Cerificate Sfo'J 1309 was issued by the Bureau of Vital Statistics of Albany, New York; and mat there is no reasonable objection td the proposed change of name; », NOW, on motion of Lewis A. Jenkins; attorney for the Said petitioner, it is hereby ORuERED, that this order and th6 said petition on which it was granted be filed-within ten days from the date hereof in the office of the clerk of the County of Albany; and that, this order shall be published within twenty days after the entry thereof, at. least oncei - in the Altamont Enterprise, a newsr paper published in the County of A1-- bany, New York; and that, within forty days from the date hereof, proof of such publication by affidavit shall be filed with the clerk of the County of Albany; and it is further > ' - ORDERED, that the said Stanley Miecznikoski, born on July 23, 1934,, a t Albany, New York, with birth certificate number 1309, be and he hereby is authorized to assume the name' o'f Stanley McClusky in place of his^present name upon complying with the provis- ion's. ,of. Article 6 of-the. Civil RieKtk, ;Ea#saflaf6t.ithis border; iand;Jt-,;1s'#aiSBer'' \'ORDERED; \thar iipm - \c'onipiia'ifce with • the provisions of this order with reference to the filing of the petition and order, the publication of the same\ and the filing of the proof of its pub- lication, all as hereinbefore directed, on and after the 12th day of January,. 1959, the petitioner Stanley Miecznikoski, shall be known by the name of STAN- LEY McCLUSKY, which he is hereby authorized to assume and by ho other name. . Dated: December 1st, 1958. MARTIN SCHENCK, County Judge of Albany County. Lewis A. Jenkins, Attorney, 234 State St., Albany, N. Y. j (Dec. 5) At a Term of the County Court, County of Albany, at the County .Court House, In the city of Albany, New York,: on the 1st day of December, 1958. PRESENT: HON. County Judge. MARTIN SCHENCK,, Mrs. Stephen Hbose wishes to thank all her friends, neighbors, and relatives for the •beautiful flo- wers, plants and cards, sent to her while confined-.to Child's Hospital. Food Freezer: Saving or Expensive Convenience? guying in quantity for the food freezer doesn't necessarily save you money, claim the editors of Canning Times, the Kiplinger Mag- azine, • it may be just an expensive con- venience, if. you don't plan care- ; fully\ just what to buy and store in your freezer.. . ..Here are some hints on ugljtig /your freezei? so that i t does cuf'ffie food bill: ' \] < : Buy. i n quantity when prices are low.; Buy large cuts bf meat. A large chuck'roast is more economical than a small one, especially if you cut the round end off ,to cube for beef stew arid slice the other end into STfciss steak pieces, leaving the center for a rbast that can be eaten in one meal. Coble for the future. Make twice as much stew, for. example, as you heed and freezfe the rest. I t will save gas and electricity — t o say nbtjimg pftime and energy. In the Matter of the Application of MARY MIECZNIKOSKI For Leave to Change Her Name to MARY Mc- CLUSKY. last week-end with Mr. and Mrs.; fitaerson v\an Patten Jr . , , John Weisli Jr., has been notified^ that he receives the poultry award' trip for three years of good poultry, projects from th e 4-H;,. I t will mean a trip to -New York city and'; a tour of markets and stores ,ahd sightseeing. \Also a trip t o Nety. Jersey to one of the big pharma- ceutical houses. At th e Kiwanis luncheon last, Tuesday at - the Sheraton-Teh' Eyck hotel, the names of iEugene Stutz an d so n Kenny an d Mrs.j Herbert Scherzer 'were, omitted, It Was impossible for Piersoh; 'Welsh t o b e excused from school that day,, but he and Herbie Scher- zer won. the. %\& awards towards; 4-H camp'next sum'mpr. , , t . The Thactier View JHpine Dembn- 1 station, .unit/met with Mrs. Frank Polak; p Tuesday with att all da y ^covered dish luncheon meeting. Upon reading and filing the petition of Mary Miecznikoski, duly verified the 29th day of November, 1958, pfay- ing_ for leave to assume \the rianfe'-of Mary McClusky, in the place' and stead of her present name; and the Court being satisfied from said petti tion that the same is true, and it api- pearing therefrom that tne petifiori'ei' was born On October 31, 1930, at Albany, New York, that Birth Certificate TS& 2304 was issued by the Bureau of Vitirt Statistics of Albany, New York; a'ri'd that there is no reasonable objection: i d the proposed change of name; .,,'< NOW, on motion of Lewis A. Jenkins, attorney for the said petitioner, it. is hereby ORDERED, that this order and the' said petition on which it was granted J>e filed within ten days from. the datfe hereof in the office of the clerk of the County of Albany; and that, -this -oifder shall be published within twenty--.dsyjs after the entry thereof, at least orSiei in. -the Altamont Enterprise, a ne'iSSV paper published in the County of, 41?- bany New York; and that, within.forty days from the date hereof, proof of such p, iK IC Ji. tl0n , by affidavit shall be fHe'd wJth the clerk of the County of Albatffr and it is further ' \!r M ? RD f RED ' tha t th e said •Ma.'fy Miecznikoski, born October 31, 1930, ~ttt Albany, New York, with Wrth certifl-- c Ht n V mbe r 2304 . be and she hereby/jfe •authorized to assume the name of MaW McClusky m place of her present name AJ?<„, P n c ° mpI /\l g with the Provisions of £ rt *? e « of the Civil Rights Law.-aria f rro&iSS?SK an ? lt ' s further ,-':!? wi°w^ RED ' , f hat; l, P 0I > compliance S,J he provisions of this order; « reference to the filing of the peilftiSfi ™* °£ der ,i> ! the Publication of the \SSp S„« the f ing o f th e Proof of lts'.li|jft- l 1 ^\ 0 ?.' al ! as hereinbefore dfrecte' In case yqu pljih to take advan- tage of the, low ,turk£y. prices, novf, you may be - interested; in. a quick jahd easy way 'to ipdok 4 this popular |ib'fidaiy>ibird>— and that.is.by brais- irigit. Braising takes less tirhe than roasting and is easier as well, since basting is tiriheceSsafy. The turkey is simply ieb6kt|d^(»yered^yyitH the roaster lid, or aluminum foil, in a 450 EV oven* . The meat when done i s tender and delicious, although th e outside ol^the bird wifr'hbtJrave the gbldeii- browh color of a- roasted turkey. ;Evejri if you remove me cove? durihg the last half hour of braisinj* the ikin wili • probably •onljr', split .or Blister. For slicing in the kitchen and^ervihg so> hbWevefc, praising is a thoroughly saUsfactory-rnethodi Subscribe to the Altamont Enter- prise ^- $3.00 feet Item CWJ|KY; which\ shTls-hire^W. name a ssume and by no qth;e| ^T^lc^&W^ - ,| LPWI^ F° u -, n } v , , Judse o f Albany CoUnt'f St.'? Ali,any?N n \ Alt0rney ' «*.•&#& pJi? TlC . E ,-T 0 CREDITORS ,\4.'i Estate of Edward G. -PapSSifc® KO^TS 1 ?^ o 0f H °N . HAROLJ? #. of Suy ' Surroeate °f the febunty LriK P HEREBY GtWENV\# I^Wco^e^^l fieasid at h'(« ^ e3teetor °/ said';de^ business L *, L pIace of transactl(iaf of Til attomil* exeollt °r at the bfflc? HARRY FAPPAjiAtM Borden H. 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