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Adirondack daily enterprise. (Saranac Lake, N.Y.) 1927-current, November 09, 1948, Image 3

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; J „ . . H IE STtA Y , - X 0 t d 4 U B E I t 0 . 1 0 1 8 ADIROXD A CIC-DAIL-Y-F \ T FRPRT$F,. SAT? AN AC T.AKE, S.TZL CouricllContinues To Explore Ways To Youth Center - £ A 6 » ft. The montl'.ly m eeting of th e J l a g e -im p rovem ent the Council .ommunity Council opened last \ would be m ore effective if it le night with a discussion of t h e ! m ained separate, proposal that the body should; The Council m eets eaclt month incorporate with the Cham b e r * on the first or second Monda; of Commerce. M embers decid-j in the ballroom of H otel Saia ed that although the two organi- nac. zations are headed to w a r d ' vrl-1 'Dr.- Stanley Ascher, chairmm of the Council, appointed a nom ■ in a ting com m ittee which will b headed by S tew a rt-'P a r k . Mia Irving Altm an and Mrs. Charie Sm ith will serve w ith Mr. Pari;. The m ain topic of the evening was “New Ideas for a Youth Cen­ ter.\ The P a r e n t Teachers As­ sociation subm itted a plan for a house-to-house canvass to get re ­ sidents to sign a petition for a = _____ _ youth center. The Teens Canteen, represent- M. Poh! of SO P a rk 1 ed by Alan Edelberg, offered to warded the $25 Sav-! do the w o rk for the canvass. The r her suggestion o f ; c anvass would be -carried ^out o-Solo Sledvvay” as th rough the Com munity Council, he proposed C r e s t1.-: a com m ittee including Mrs. o be built on Mount Sm ith, Mrs. Altm an and an ad- . d itional person still to be sel-ect- r vms picked at a ed will attend the next H a rriets- e Cham ber of Com- ; town town board m eeting to re- ‘SOLO SLEDWAY’ CONTEST FOR RUN TITLE Mrs. N a n o avenue w :s ; ings Bond U -.'■Saranac La] a nam e for type bobrtm Pisgah. The winnt m eeting of t! m erce committee, contest spon- sors, heal town hall S' fifty names Cor.i cs; r posed onc-n' the name than Jive - a nac L a k e m ti'l he .-a n maii he subnnttori Nov. 6 . the H a rrictstcm n afternoon. Over subm itted dur- ame ) ro- ! in >hrun slated 1hat no; have more including “S u a - he comm ittee by 1 iggostions must midnight. C h i l d s t r a n g l e s s e l f BVFFAIk ). Nov. 9 ' .Pi - - A 1 21-month-eid girl. C a therine M ary Curran, w o strangled yesterday v hen he: neck became wedged between a fence and a garage in her fam ily's back yard. Most insects breathe through a system of tubes known ac tra ­ cheae. -QuesC.the grant of $500 n r . 8.1000 for youth recreation which will be m atched by the State of New York. The combined mono., s will go tow ards the paym e n t of to\ n hail rental until the lime when and if — a youth conn can bo built. The next m eeting v. ii! be hriu M onday, Dec. 2. and will encom ­ pass a debate by representatives of the throe sides involved in \The F u ture of Saranac Lake - Medicene, Industry or Sport - any single one or a combination of two or the three\\ , E S S E X M A S O N S M E E T \ ELIZABETHTOW N. Nov. f> - | A rthur A. C a rr of Ticor.doroga. \ district deputy grand m aster of | the Essex Masonic district, will : pay an official visit to Adiiop,- ! d ack Lodge No. 602 here tonight. 1 Mi Coming and Going his studies at Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam. He spent • 1 the weekend visiting his uncle Benny Schilter of Zurich, j and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Switzerland, m em b er of the No. Blumenthal of 17 Clinton avenue. 2 Swiss Bobsled team ki last win­ te r ’s Olympics, will return to­ night to New York city ‘ a fter spending the past three days visit Thom as J. Clinton of thtf Hotel New Yorker has arrived at the Four Maples cottage, 14 Circle ing Saranac Lake bobslcdders, | s treet, w h e re he will stay wnile. whom he met at the races at S t . ! v isiting friends in Saranac Lake. M oritz last February. j —L --- — | Mrs. John Boyer of 42 Shepard Mr. and Mrs. W a lter E rnst and ; avenue has left for her w inter ■Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ferguson of 1 h o m e in Orlando, Fla. M anlius were the weekend guests j — --------- of Mrs. E r n s t’s m o ther, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pickrcign E d i th ' Pickrcign of 68 Shepard j of Syracuse and Mr. and Mrs. avenue. They also visited friends j A rthur Tuttle of Cazenovia visit- and relatives in this village and 1 ed Mrs. P ickreign’s m o ther, Mrs. Lake Placid. \ Edith Pickreign of 68 Shepard ------------ ] avenue, over the -weekend. W hile Mr. and Mrs. George S. W y m'.n | h ere, they also visited other rela- of Mount Vernon returned this j lives and friends in Saranac Lake m o rning after a few days at their ; and Lake Placid. home at 103 R iver street. j ------------ - - I Charles Boggs returns this Miss M aribelle Hyde and Miss week to Granville, O., aftc: Club Notes SKI CLUB The Saranac Lake Ski club will meet- at 7:30 o’clock on Wednes­ day in the Oak room of the Hotel Saranac. Election of officers. Isabel Shcrw in of 1 drive left last -Thursi for New York city. lay ersie’e night Mm. Nicholas Pendergast, who is the recent guest of her son id daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. iv ard Pendergast of 51-Bloom- v a ’ie avenue, has returned to irk land. ___________ . . 1 three w e e k s’ visit with his broth­ er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ; Irving Edelberg of 99\ Riverside | drive. David Roberson of 47 Riverside .drive brs returned from Ithaca where he visited hi.s brothers, Donald and Douglas Roberson, :stu d e n ts1—at Cornell -university. G U I L D C H E S S C L U B The Guild Chess club will meet at 8 o’clock tomorrow evening at Guild house. L O Y A L O R D E R O F M O O S E The Loyal Order of the Moose will meet at 8 o’clock tomorrow night at the IOOF hall. E X P L O R E R P O S T 9 E x p lorer Post 9 will m eet at 7 o’clock tom o rrow evening in the P resbyterian church house. THOUGHTS READ TO AUXILIARY Bruce Anderson has returned Jh o weekend. W h ile th; --------------------------------------------------- he all ended the Corne A Thank Offering meeting of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church was held at 8 o’clock last evening at the home of Mrs. W. Mason Lawrence of 40 Petrova avenue. Mrs. L. E. Miller was in charge of the program. Thanksgiving thoughts were re3d by Mrs. Fred­ erick J. Pierce, Mrs. Elmer Rob­ erts, Mrs. George Kibben and Mrs. Roy Cromie. Members made final plans for the food and rummage sales to be held on Saturday. The food counter will be placed in the Berkeley Dry Cleaners store at 27 Broadway and the rummage sale will be conducted from the church house. E X P L O R E R P O S T 59 At the next m eeting, members Explorer Post 59 wilt m eet a t ! w ill take toys for a Christmas 7:30 o’clock tom orrow evening in ! box to be -sent to the missions the parish house of St. Luke's ! school in New Mexico. There will church. ! be an election of officers and — : J Mrs. L. E. M iller of 15-Riverside T R O O P 14, B O Y S C O U T S ; drive will be hostess. „■ Troop 14, Boy Scouts will m eet i Mrs. E d ith Bombard, co-hostess at 7:30 o’clock this evening in | last evening, served refreshm e n ts , the H igh school. j to the group. ________ ; Tfifose present were the Mes- A R C H E R Y C L U B dames R ichard Blesh, H e rbert | The A dirondack A rchery club ! Overbaugh. E lm e r Roberts, Roy ■ will m eet at 6:3U CjTock tomor- Cromie, *Mary Merle, Eva H i l l , WHtTEFACE EXPEC UPPER JAY, Nov Brown, deputy comra_ public work*, State o f 1 will be the prkggpat. ar __ arf 8:30, m e e ting Friday Nov. 12, of the AuSable V. Chamber of Commence at i aco’s restaurant here. Expeditor on the Whiteface Mountain Ski Center, Mr. Brown will speak on the progress of tile project and touch on its dm - sibilities. P o n T l i l t TODAY - WED. THE! YEAR’S MOST EXCITING DRAMA George L a P a n , above, who is tr e a s u r e r of the C h r i s t i a n clivi- ion of the United J e w is h A p ­ peal ca m p a i g n in S a r a n a c L a k e and Benton RSssfer, below, who is its secretary. EADER 7 BASIC FOODS FOR DAILY DIET foot bail game. Mr. and Mrs. W iliam Shea and daughter, Ellen, have arrived from H a rtford, Conn.. to take residence at 101 River street, Lucieh Miron of 37 M a rgaret street h . s returned from New York city whcre^the witnessed the Giants-Eaglos football game at the Polo Grounds on Sunday-. r e ’ i row evening at the Fish and ! Miller, C h e ster Seymour, Colgate j Qame c]ub< ' Hardy Sweet, Edm u n d Callaghan, j __ ____ Frederick Pierce, Edith Bombard, V F W A U X I L I A R Y Mason Lawrence, J. Scott Lynch, The V e te rans of Foreign W ars A!vin Gurley, E a rl H a rris and A u xiliary will m eet at 8 o'clock | George Kibben. ^ this evening at the Veterans | ---------------------------- - M emorial home. j -pv r i Bureau Lmt Leaders Receive Instruction T R O O P 1, B O Y S C O U T S Troop 1, Boy Scouts wi.\ m at 7:30 o’clock tomorrow even: in the High school. mid ■son PTA PLANS FOR VISITING DAY IN SCHOOLS NOV. 12 L-hoo i at 7:4.' the Hon 1 Saitrna the disci when the f the Home o'clock lasi , 1 Economics Ladre High Announcements Adv We are living in a truly AUTOMATIC AGEJ Congratulations to the N E W Super Market on Bloom- ingdale Avenue from Saranac Lake’s AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Village Self Service Laundry 103 Broadway (Next to Firehouse) Phone 638-W : The Parent-Teacher associa- j tion lies planned an all-day Visit­ ing Day on Friday, m connection ■with A m e rican Education Week. | This program places special em- : p h asis on parents' visits to [ schools. Ail three schools in Saranac Lake will m a intain a nursery school Friday afternoon for pre- school children scl the parents can be free to visit the elem e n ­ tary classes. 'A nursery will be in the cafeteria of each school. K indergarten school will be op­ en to visitors all week, Monday to Friday. This week of visiting is planned to enable parents to visit K indergarten as well as classes in another building. »a des­ ert was t-crved in connection 'i;h the evening’s lesson. The speaker discussed the : j v a rious types of food which in- i jsu.v good health and listed the J seven ha-be loods for a daily diet 1 ! as 'follows: Group 1 , green or yellow vege­ tables; group 2 , citrus fruits and . tomatoes; group 3, potatoes and other vegetables and fruits; group 4, milk, cheese or ice cream ; group 5, m e a t or fish, eggs, dried beans or nuts; group 6 , grains such as cereals and bread and group 7, fats such as butter or m a rgarine. Mrs. W o o d ruff stated th a t at least or --1 daily serving of m o st of A S O N Mr. and M:s. De; of 45 Lake street a ents of a son horn at yesterday afternoon . eral hospital. Demei so the par- 16 o'clock the Gen- | D O R C A S S O C I E T Y i The Seventh Da j Dorcas society v. ill meet 1 o'clock tom o rrow evening - l home of Dorothy Brown of ! B roadway. The lesson on Swedish D a rning mas taught to Home B u reau iead- Trsg—frr this area:' a t a m eeting in Mr: TO HEAD UJA’S CHRISTIAN CO! The clergy will again act , the C h ristian United Jewish f Saranac L? > co-chairmen ! division of t campai; age on Thursday and on n Mai one. Russell Newell. Sr., of Saranac Lake was the instructor. She previously had taught the Nader.; Swedish weaving and Italian hem stitching. Last week's leaders’ lesson will bo taught soon in various units. Those attending were the Mes- dam es Ray Hinkson, Ivan C u t­ ting, Carl Duquette, P a u f LeRoux Cecil Sochia, W illiam King, C h a r­ les B o y e r Philip Cook, 'Leon T r e d o .' ' PhiTTp Sair. o n c . Alien French. M a rtha WiiiD, Jessie Henderson, Jess Mahoney, A. | C U B S C O U T S . D E N 1 Linter. Simon Gleason and Char- Cub Scouts of Den 1 wiii m e e U -es P lx'nn. | at 4 o'clock tom o rrow afternoon' i at the home of Mrs. R.oy Blodgett, o'clock tom o rrow afternoon at the of 4L P a r k at enue. home of Miss Effie B :ke: of 71 j -------------- B io o m in g d a le a te n u e . A l l m e n ; asked to attend. G I R L S C O U T S . T R O O P 2 Girl Scouts of Troop 2 w;k rmc at 4 o'clock tom o rrow aftcrnoo at the Girl Scout house. E A S T E R N S T A R W h iteface M‘-un::in chapte; meet M 8 o'clock forr.orro ,\ cv; nmg in the Masonic temple. OFWE ^ c m FILMED WITH THE NEW S Y « : EALISM ! Starring VICTOR RICHARD at 2:25 - 7:15 - 10:30 AND AN OCEAN OF SUSPENSE 4:00 - 9:00 those groups Jead to a balaneea ; J* diet. She mapped out examples of menus which would includd each of these gi oups and. in general, discussed the process of digestion. Plans were made for the next YOU will find: . Gifts Minerva Yarns Needlepoint Imported Crochet Cottons Stamp Goods Knitting Books and Accessories REASONABLY PRICED AT THE NOVELTY SHOP 16 MAIN STREET Telephone 1510 The all-day session has been ; lesson which will be on Swedish arranged so the visitors may see ' D a rning. Mrr. Russell Newell, Sr. the grades in their regular | will he the leader, schedule instead of during a j _ . . . ________ short period of dem o n stration as R e f j v j i o k e d F u r n i t u r e on previous visiting days. 1 IU M I C U r u i m i u i t P a rents and friends will be j Will Be on Exhibition welcome in all the elem e n tary | . _ . grades from 9 until 3 o'clock to meet the teacher and see the w o rk that is being done. Com m ittees for Visiting - D ay consist of a teacher and parent announced by the division’s i ton C. Ressler. The four-men ew include the Rev. IL Fadden, the Rev. Bundy, the Rev. E r r sey and the Rev. Ah George La Pa: treasure;- for t sion. \Saram c La f hi •c-ret- rn, ' r E L E C T R I C A L A S S O C I A T I O N ae : The Adirondack' Electrical as- n. ’ sociation will meet at S .o'clock ig this evening in Paul Sm ith's n- office building. a! G L E A N E R S C L A S S c- T h e G l e a n e r : - il; > M t h e M,- A R C E X E C U T I V E B O A R D There \ il] be a -=pec;al me, of fno executive commitee ot I oc a : eh a p ;e :, A m e r i ca n a ted morn:: mil v The fourth and final lesson in series on refinishing furniture first comma States to have a G ! sion for this worthy added that m any other s: B. Mourn a R. Guriev ill serve as ;hr C h ristian dl'ri- ’ Mr. Res si a i yg. \ a a s \ h r in the Under ian uivf appe comm we . for each school. They are: Mrs. A. Pozzi and Mrs. Charles Sm ith, R iver street; Miss Hazel Pattin- son and Mrs. W illiam Lang, P e t ­ rova; and Mrs. F. Fullerton and Mrs. Stephen Hoyt, Broadway. M O O S E P A R T Y W I N N E R S Mrs. Irene Snyder was chair­ m an of the Moose card party last evening at w h ich there w ere nine tables in play. She was assisted by Mm. A n n Rom bough, Mrs. Isabelle G irard and Miss Belle Wood. W inners w e re announced as follows: Mrs. M o rford, first; Mrs. Rose Yando, second; H e n ry B a k ­ er, first for m en; F r a n k H a rris, second; Mrs. M a ry Went, gallop­ ing horse and Mrs. Yando, dcor prize. i TOMORROW ■ t ISTHE DAY OF THE GRAND OPENING OF THE MODERN, NEW GRAND UNION SUPER MARKET 16 BLOOMINGDALE AVE. SARANAC LAKE FEATURING Join the Grand Parade to Grand Union will ’be held on Thursday in the N o rth lalba Town hall on River street. The sessions have been sponsored by the Home Bureau. Miss Odessa Dow, County home g a ran,3c xj3ke has been, assi; dem o n stration agent, is the class a quQ, a of S 17 3 00 instructor. The course has been Tho money wil! bo usod to r open to units in the southern p a il ,250,000 displaced persons nities have since included this division in their campaigns. The total goal of the campaign this year is S25()j000.000 of which of Franklin county. E ight women have attended the series. From 2 until 3:30 o’clock T h u r s ­ day afternoon, the finished pieces will be on display for anyone in­ terested In view ing the w o rk which has been accomplished by the group. iovo j who now wait in European DP camps j to countries w h e re they can serilo down anWhegiiV frfe anew. M ore than half the weight of ? typical plant is draw n from the air. • - Fine Always S A L A D S CALL 92 DEL’S Wine and Liquor Store Prompt, Tree Delivery 30 B r o a d w a y M I P 8 C M TEST P R O V E D this simply great t o relieve 'P E R I O D I C ’ F E M A L E P A I N S with uncomfortable fullness Are you troubled by distress of f e ­ male functional m onthly disturb­ ances? Does this make you suffer from pain, feel, so nervous, restless, cranky, weak—at such times? Then t>o try famous Lydia E. Pinkham ’s V e g e tab le C o m p o u n d to Telleve such sym ptom s! In a recent medical test It proved rem a r k a b ly h e lp f u l to w o m e n troubled this way. You owe it to yourselj to try it. Pinkham ’s Compound is what Doctors call a uterine sedative. It has a grand soothing effect on one of wom an’s m o s t im p o r tant organs. Taken regularly—Pinkham ’s Com­ pound helps build up resistance against such distress. Also a great stomachic tonic! Lydia E. Pink ham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND If You Like Sandwiches! SONNY B O Y SANDWICH POTATO BREAD Keeps Soft; and Fresh — You’ll Likoits Delicious Flavor and Convenient Shape — TRY IT TODAY! HOME? BUY or RENT , and then PROTECT through J. James CARROLL Real Estate—Insurance 70 Main St.—Phone 100 •BETTER • SAFER DAIRY- DELL’S TEL 181 <]Rea^t 'ers ^ResponJ lo ik t j CLASSIFIED A D S I

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