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> PREFORMED CHURCH
Rev. Royal X. Stanton, classical
-siiporvisor."
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
10:45 a. m. Morning worship.
Wednesday, 7 p. m. тАФ Clioir reMETHODIST CHURCH
hearsal.
Ralton M. Speers, minister.
Saturday, 10 a. m. тАвтАФ Confirmation
Sunday:
.instruction.
9:45 a.m m.W Church
school.
A pancake and sausage supper will
.mi, i1e &
, '* o r s h ' P h o u i V'S^TOon:|,
b e '* h eId"Tbv "the "senior and" junior
F e l c w s h j p 0J s l a v e , ,
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y ^ ^ F r c < > -; choirs ,on Feb. 11. The Guild will
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dom. Nursery hour during the serv- j a l s o h o W a l b a k c s a l c a,t that time,
ice 'for children up to 6 years.
$ I
Monday:
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COMMUNITY NOTES
7:30 p. m. Senior a-nd junior clioir
A card party will be sponsored by
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jonesquethaw Fii-e department Feb.
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JS at the Onesquelhaw fire hall at
COMMUNITY NOTES тАв
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The Home Bui eaii will nieeL Tues- m
William Hopkins
and
Mrs
day evening, Jan. 26, at 7:30 p. m. a x ! w e r e ^ u ^ a t l h o i. finl0 reaux home
the home of Mi-s. Ar.oiony Maoiorow-j j j o n ( j a y nMix
ski,
It is expected th&: Mrs. J*an тАв' Mrs.'John Northrup, who has been
Williams, county agent, will attend. m > i s much better at this writing.
lhe projeo: is "Cake Decorating.
| M r a , n d M r e _ J o h n siingerland
The Ladies Au.ui.ary c: Gallupville
e r ( ? c e n t c a l l e r s o f Ml. a n d M r s .
Fire company will sponsor a game W U U a m L amoreaux.
party m tne lire nail t riday evening, ] M r a n d M r s A | b o r ( L a n l 0 r e a u x
merits-will
he serv-ed.
Jan. 29. l'ubnc
m,.kd.
Refresh-тАв h a v o m u r n e d 1 0 iho home of WilMrs. Lloyd Hills has been confined j weeks
with his aunt
SomervHle,
lianrtamoreaux
after in
spending
three
to her home by illness, but is im- N. J.
proving.
The next Guild meeting will be
Mrs. Lela Gage left Friday night
on a two-week trip to .St. Potersbui-g, held Monday evening, Feb. 1, at S
p. m. at lhe home of Mrs. John
Fla.
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<тАвтАв i - .Northrup. All past members ai'e into Frank
his home
by illness.
Westfall
has been confined | v i (A
, t o a l ( o n d meeting was held in
w , consistory
Mrs. Ethel Zimsner was a supper Fellowship hall Monday evening.
guest Wednesday night a I the. home
of Mr. and Mi's. Marcus Zimmer.
Thursday evening she was a supper
giie^t-at iiie home of her son.' Chester
ifimmer and family, ft was in honor
REFORMED CHURCH
of her birthday.
Rev. Roger Johnson, pastor.
Callers at the Burns' Nursing
Sunday, January 24lh:
Home Sunday afternoon were Mr. ] 10:30 a. m. Sunday-school.
and Mrs. Frank Brandow, Mr. and 11:15 a. m. Worship'service.
Mrs. Clyde Brandon and son and Mrs.
Sylvia. Garrison, of Schenectady.
COMMUNITY NOTES
CpL Diehard Carman of Fort Dix,
Mrs. Hilda Me Manama entertainN . J., is spending -two weeks wi'th ed the Ladies' Aid last Friday evebis parents. He expects to be sent j ning.
to Arkansas when he reports for I| Pretty good fishing here. Roy
duty.
! Stewart, caught a 10 lb. walleyed
Mrs. Hazel Swart of. West Berne pike last Saturday.
called on her mother, Mrs. Hagadorn,
Mrs. George Rendo is confined 1o
a t the'Burns' Nursing Home Sunday her home with a cold.
afternoon.
тАвMr. and Mrs. Walter Baker visited
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chichester, of Jay Fairlee at Altamont on Sunday.
Polio patient Johri'CartiriCS^roKl^assapequaj N Y , is headed In
Middletmrgh called on Mr. and Mrs.
тАвMr. and Mrs. Millard Van Buren of
the direction of polio recovery under the guidance of physical * h e r
Frank Lloyd, Saturday afternoon.
Schenectady visited Mr. and Mrs,
apist Barbara King at the rehabilitation center at West Haver
' George Rondo last Sunday..
straw. Like thousands of other children and adults atricken with
Subscribe,':.to the Altamont Enterpolio, John is depending on the March of Dimes to finance hi* Be"
prise .тАФ $2.50 per year..
Advertise in the Enterprise.
well program. Your support is urgently needed to continue cSre for
polio patients and speed the day when research will conquer thl┬╗
dread disease. Give aenerously to the 1954 Dimes Drive Jan 231
LUTHER^ N ' CHURCH
Russell B. Greene, pastor.
Sunday: .'.
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10 a. m. Sunday school.
7:30 p. riu. Church service. тАв
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A ^ f f e N D Bl;BTH;PAY PARTY
Sijt .miStn'feers of the Nprmanskjll
B P W . W * w e d the. -fijHn 'bii'jthdSy anl u v ^ a r ^ . e V e h t . a f the L p i ^ w ' i B P W ,
held riece'ratly at the Circle ^nn at
Liath,am,.
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'%ep&$$$viB the .local B^W a t *he
event nKej^^rs. Mildred WillWer, Mi's.
-Befctha- JiicHel', Mrs-, 1'l\Iar4el Shafer,
Mrs. ^.licfe .'A-'Uen, Mrs . Rum. Crosier,
and -Mrs. fetihel McDoUgall,
SPEAKS T O P O L I P
WQRKERS
^illiaarni. : L. 'Mayofte;. Schenectady
Cojlnty March qf Dimes', director, a
positionr he (has ihel^.lor ?the. past 14
yeai's, outlined the 1954 Schenectady
county ,dHve at a iiiheeitiing of polio
fund w o r k e r s in t h e Town of Duane^butigh Wednesday night, Jan. 13.
The meeting was held to the town
garage.
тАвMay*>tt┬лv in- pointiing out that the
Lights On Drive jn Schenectady
county will be held Feb. 19, -statedthait t h e county's goal this year is
$75,000. Last year tihexounty liaised
'igS'ir.OOO, and ranked first in communities of 100,000 population size.
Fi'ed' Myei*s of City hospital, Schenectady, showed colored films of the
polio project ait thhat lipspatal.
Mi's. Charles1 Parker of Quaker
тАвStreet, Town of Duanesburgh polio
fund chairman, was a m o n g those attending the meeting. Others included'
Supervisor Walden Ghristman, honor-'
a r y chairman; Glen Denton, Minard
Ash, Kenneth Eckler, Mrs... M. L.
Joslin, Mrs. Harry Haushalter, Mrs.
George Bullock, all Duanesburgh
township [Mjarch of Dimes workers;
Dr. Eastpn G. Frost, regional' director
for the National' Foundation; Alvord
Clermont, Eastern New York state,
representative of t h e National Foundation'.
I t was pointed out a t t h e Duanesburgh meeting that the foundation is
attempting t o -raise $75,000;600 in the
United State, in an effort to give 3,-OOOjOOO injections of gammaglgibulin.
Plans are being mapped for a benefit dance for the polio fund.
FIRE COMPANY MEETS
Various projects w ere discussed and
outlined a t t h e January meeting of
t h e Duanesburgh Fire company, held
W41:pn\PteP.nv, p ^ ^ t . . .
G i l f┬лords
. W&p&jc May., ch,aiirmani ,<jf igie ^pcial' commiiCT^e,^ announced tn'a$ .a
.Mrs, Edward' Gjindtnyer of Scpfcia
cpvered ,d%h supper >vi}l:'be held in is- m,Uch^ improved at'tih'isi Writing.
*he iivill op gaturBay тАв jijglyt,
TT^Jiis, "┬г?he Laidies' Missionary society will
.wlil-tjie} sfollpwed'by. ft ^ahb,*? to vejiso sepye1 if&\ jannual cafeteria' supper Jat
fuiids jfjpr the MSfch of'.t^iitnes' d^i'ye Giffards churcli h-al'l on Friday evyoin the Town pf.DuapegbiUr-jgh, ..тАвтАв
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.Discussihg a m e e l ^ g vpom tqx the
Mrs. Frances Keeler of Schenecfire company auxiliary, itfee- ^uiiild'jng tady cailled recently on Mrs. Edward
cpmrnittee reported Apkt (the cpneeh-' Sutcli'ffe.
JSU^ of opinionтАв .indi.p^ted #i-ajt"the
of Scotia oallied
Stage* pf the Cpminunity ^ a l l ,#houJd, Paul Ohristenscrc
n
-he aHercdi so that i t alsp .couM-'fte Sund'ay P ' Mr. andi Mrs. Walter
useg as. a. -mpesting ^>prn. - Additional 'Cn'mistehlem.
Pfc; Gienn Oif ford, son-' of Mr. ,a┬╗id
.dietails Qf 'тАвthe.Bla.ns..w1i)'l^pipii;i?S'piiled
a t the F e b r u a r y meeting- of ithe'-fire- (Mrs. OaPJuGifford', is now ih Korea.
men.
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The committee also suggested tliat
caibinots he cohsbructed across' the
4>ack of t h e downstairs portiom of the
Mr. and' Mrs. John Welsh have
hall. T h e coroih&ttee w a s authorised gone to Fredericksburg, -Va., to ai(t o get esitimates on'thevcost of-conтАвfend' the funeral of her father. The'
struction of such cahinets.
Welsh Children are staying with their
aunt, M m Willii'am Goldsmith, of
C O M M U N I T Y NOTES
Guilderiand.
The jauxiilary .of the- Reformed
Mr. ;and, Mrs. Marvin Spawn 1 enterPresbyterian church h e l d . a n all-d'ay
pewing. tweeting last week a t t h e tained on Sunday, Mr. a n $ Mrs.
church.. A covered dish luncheon was Stanley Swart, Mrs. Ruth Wolcott,
served jat npoa┬╗,_ J^fL^-j^harJes-Gaige, Larry_W61cptt and Carol Hallembeck.
rpresident, directed 1 t h e meeting.
The "Tiie occasion was the second birthday
nejct meeting will toe held1 Feb. 11 in of Kathleen'.
the church.
'Mrs. Ferris Hagadorn of Middleburgh spent a day recently with her
"Frequet water drinking," said' the mother, M'i*s. Stella Swartadvivsing sergeant, "prevents becomMrs. Emerson Van Patten and
ing stiff in the joints."
Lind'a, Emerson, III, and Jeffry spent
'.'Yeah," replied the rookie "but Friday with Mrs. John Lawlor, Jr.,
some joints don't serve water.
Of Schoolhouse Rd.
Full e r s
ALL TYPES OF
INSURANCE
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ALBANY, N. Y. I
Phone 3-7705
'Eisenberg Furs*
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DelaijgQSii ,,ai>d' Geqnge iBulJqpk. of
Quaker $┬гre;et.
^P#ii Supervisor
W'aldW CSirJStnran is honorary chairman.
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HOW TO HAVE AN ATTRACTIVE
JOHNS MANVILLE CEILING
INSTALLED A T LOW COST!
Duanesburgh
L U T H E R A N CHURCH
BENEFIT DANCE TONIGHT
Rev. Russell B. Greene, pastor.
i oiu fire companies in the Town \
9 a. m. Church service.
of Duanesburgh will unite in sponsor
10 ai. m. Sunday school.
*ng a dance tonight (Friday) tor the
There was no service last Sunday benefit of t h e poi┬╗ fund drive in
due to the severe weather.
the township The dance, t o be held"
The annual meeting was> held in тАвin the Duanesburgi Community hall
-tte^ehurdii! 'hall 'last 'Wedtiesaay eye'-< had previously beeft scheduled Satur-"
┬йlee'teW ^rid" tee^regula'r' biisme&s^was
conducted. The newly elected officers ._ Fne cwnpaiuV'joJnjnf an the prowere N. D. Gallup, elder to succeed jet t are froiryttanesfargh Delanson,
himself; Orlo Northrup, deacon to Quaker Sheet and Manavjlle
Officials sad the companies had
succeed himself and Charles Roney,
trustee.
George Northrup was re- decided to $ons6r one combined
elected' secretary and treasurer for event ins>teadof sponsorTng individual
one year. After the church meeting benefits in each of t h e communitaes
Mrs Charles B P a r k e r of Quaker
the Ladies' Aid held its monthly
meeting. The congregation voted aid Stieet is againservnig as chairman
i n the support of the new parsonage of the March, of Dimes Drive m t h e
when built.
Town of Duanesburgh I t is a post
to which she has been named for the
C O M M U N I T Y NOTES
last several years .Mrs P a i k e r has
. A joint meeting of the AMVETS named chtwmen i n each of t h e
and Ladies^ Auxiliar-y oif Berne-Knox town s aieasto direct the fund rais;
Post 19 in the fire hall Monday eve- ing campaign HI their respective comning, Jam. 25.. A covered disih supper1 munities
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will be served- at 7 p. m.
Please'
bring your own table service.
Mrs. Chester Hochstrasser had the
misfortune to fall and 'break her
wrist last week.
Ricci Tallman has chicken pox.
Mr. aaid Mrs. Frisbie Carpenter of
Clarksville were Monday evening
visitors of Mx. and Mrs. Qrlo Northrup and) William Hill and family of
.ClarksvSMe spent Saturday evening
with Harold Northrup and family.
Dont forget I want v you to help
us celebrate the opening of our
NEW ANNEX on eitKer JANUARY 29 or Sfo. i a m certain that
Mrs. W. F . Rice, Sr., has returned
you will have a good time and will
to her home after spending a week
visiting her daughter and family on enjoy the,. OeSoto.p(yrriputh auLong Island.
tomobile ftow that we 4 are holdтАвMr. and Mrs. Loring Rice and
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Conj,d'ei. this your invitadaughter visited his parents, Mr. and
tion to bfvy.jj, u s - o n < either of
Mrs. W. F. Rice, Sr., Sunday.
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The Trinity card party was held at' these dat┬л ^
.the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Rice.,- Sr. Twenty-six attended and
Right now^s the time to V thinkan enjoyable time
was had toy all'
;ng of a T┬лte < U 3 e t t car, especial1
Trinity Guild met Jan. 14 at the
'y ,f WM are not sore *ha* your
home of Miss Sarah Prout. The next
car
will ┬лtarion i n d e e d winter
meeting will be held- at the home of
da s
y
VVitft - T e M e o- Used Car
Mrs. W. F. Rice, Sr., on Jan. 28.
y o u " h a t e j j a , . tKafw'" start
Home Bureau members are making
тАвbread (baskets. Mrs. Ada Smith is ^ u i c k | y ana perform 1 pefMetly.
teaching the class.
You M have g ^ t i r e * to ┬лeep you
Mr. and.Mrs. Frank HaUenbeck et>
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safe
and an/┬л,┬л*тАЮ,,* K**r
tertained her sister and family andsome friends from New York city
keep you yf,^
y o l | ,,| save the
over the week end.
t'-ne and eXpeтАЮSe o f eoitl/ rtpalr*
There were no church services ┬лor t h a t m a y 4 be тАЮ e i S e ^iry on your
Sunday school a t t h e local Episcopal present tar.
*j j
church last Sunday due to the cold
and stormy weather.
I have
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The 'local school was
closed Mon1
day 'because of drifted roadis. Seems
now,
like "Old Man Winter" is-really here.
Kenneth-Decker, Jr., has returned
to hi? ihome- jh Ghepnta. Chipper, as,
he -if fbetiter' knoWA here, has been
^s^C look at
living -with iiiis 'uncle anS aun't, Mr, meet y 0 |j r . . .
and -Mrs. Harry" Brytan, .for the past
seven months while his mother was in
the ho'spitai.
a number o r j ; . % # ┬╗ i n clioote
Cpngfatulatiphs to 'Mr. Void Mrs,
Haicry'Bry'aiii-'on a birth of a datigh.ter; Ellde^ti тАв Grace, Bee. 31st a t the
Catskill hospital.
The Bryans also
hjaye three sons'..
:
.MT. :<ajnd''M-rs, Peter Rropp and- chilr d┬лett.'am' Miv..andi Mrs. E. :L. ^Rogers
w┬гre j&iifi&i: guests- 6f Mr. and Mrs,
tf,,Bryan
on Sundiiy,
Rensselaerville
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