Document 4273

THE MESSENGER
— FIRST SECTION
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maloney,
Genesee St., entertained at a dinner party Sunday evening. Their 9 Hamilton Kd., spent a few days
mm r L ,r
r«- ii m ^ guests were Mr. and Mrs.-Eugene -after Christmas-in Qneonta with
Mrs. John Van Tassell of E.. Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. P. Maloney. New Year's
Genesee St. was a Saturday after- Stanley Minnoe and children and Eve they spent at the Elks Club
noon caller on-her sister-in-law, • Mr. and Mrs. James Jx>wery.
J in Malone. They were the guests
M r
r
Mr
» k-.IrWa« Drabel aDd
s - Walter Barrett and chil-l° f M r - ano> Mrs. Leon Disatelle.
of Phillips M.
, d r e n 2 6 A r t i H e r > . L a n e spent t h e \ They also were present for the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van | week following Christmas with s< w i n t ^ r sports carnival at Lake
The. annual meeting of Plainville Christian Church will be
Aman of E. Genesee entertained i her mother, Mrs. Iona Harti i n ! P l a c i d h e l d Saturday a t 2 p j t u a t the- Parish Hall beginning with a
New Y e a r ' s ^ e a t a-caTdpartyrp'aiBanar~lYrr'and Mrs. Barrett r
Those present ware Mr. and Mrs. | were the New Year's Eve guests
RUDOLPH'S
picnic supper.-'•Those attending_are asked to bring table serV.l-Howard Drabel and son, John, • 0 f Mr. and "Mrs. Carl Nielsen.
'
BEAUTY SALON
vice for their family. Coffee will be furnished. A .business
and Willet Van Tassell. Ruth Ann. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter £ornelv. 13
Patty and Dicky Doran of North Smallwood St., attended aTipliday e Baldwinsvllle Shopping
meeting will follow at 8 p.m. with reports from all depart
- Center — NE 5-9341
Syracuse were weekend guests of I party Friday evening at the home
ments.—- ••- e Van Amans
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Aidune in! • Opposite Seneca Knolls
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Drabel Fairmount. New Year's Eve, they Shopping Center — NE 5-9441
Plainville Women's Fellowship CARRUTHERS IS
and sen, John, of Phillips St. en- were hosts at a party. Their]
will hold an all-day meeting at the CHIEF ENGINEER
tertained Sunday at a family din- guests were Mr and Mrs. Everett
home of Mrs. Maynard Bratt at
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ner. Those present were Willet Holt. Mr. and Mrs. John Mace, Mr. b
10 a.m. Wednesday.. Come with • William G. Carruthere, formVan Tassell, Mrs. Anna Drabel, apd Mrs. Don Snyder, Mr. and|^
sandwiches for noon luncheon erly of 125 Henderson Blvd.,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Aman Mrs. Bill Pettus, Mr. and Mrs. ^
and equipment for sewing. A de- Seneca Knolls, has been named
and Patty, Ruth Ann and Dicky John Merritt and Mr. and Mrs KV
toejfendcojt
votional meeting led by Mrs. D. chief engineer of
V
Doran.
U. Flatt will begin at 2 p.m., fol- ductor Division" of Saratoga InSteven Evans.
—Robert -Fielding—of--Flushingr EVENING-GUESTS
lowed by the regular monthly dustries, as of Jan. 1.
r. I., returned to his home SunMr.-fHrrutaere, Ms wife and
business meeting.' :snmtal offerMr. and Mrs. Irvin Heron and|^
day after spending the week with
ing will be taken. Notice has their two children, Richard and
Miss
Sally Heron, 68 E Genesee;^
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Charles
Van
Aman
Narine,
recently
moved
from
- been received that the project for
St., were New Year's Eve guests !$;
of E. Genesee St.
this meeting will be making dress- Seneca Knolls to Broadalbin
of Mr. and Mrs. William Patchett I ^
RECENT CALLERS
ings for the Cancer Committee in where Mr. Carruthere assumed
jmd fiimil v
i^
yufd-of-f
- galdwrnsviTld. Any woman io-tha his new position
and Mis. Ralph"
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Frederick
Collins,
i^
Mildred
Ave.
called
on
Mr.
and
-eemmuatty.i.wlKK would like to
Tell us your~prlce
The Carruthere family spent
Mrs. Sheldon Ford of Phoenix last Artillery Lane, were the guests^
help will be' welcome.
the Christmas weekend at the
New Year's Eve of Mr. and Mrs.!^
class . . .
week Thursday.
"..-_Mrs. Allen Patchett of W. River home of his parents, Mr. and
_£_
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, Paul MiUfr.
Rd. wlU open her "home Wednes- Mrs. JohiwG. Mlllis of Palermo.
TVFHsuppIy the
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnson,is
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johhson^Mr.
day, Jan 18, for an all day meetW.
Gonefeoo
St.,
were
hosts
for
a.>—
and
Mrs.
Huwaid
Doran,
Mr.
and
I
,
_
• ing. ~ Bring?-hmch and—sewing
car
»r's Eve party.—They—iiuT
Mrs. Ralph Parry and Mr. and
equipment.
Mrs. B. F. Hulbert of Fenner
Mrs. .Maynard Bratt were New vited as their guests Mr. and Mrs." ^
BALDWINSYILLE
CAN
boast
of
having
had
one
of
t
h
e
i
i
r
s
t
house
trailers
which
are
so
-T1ie-Women*s~AuxIirary to theiRd. entertained_ b#r grandchil
in
Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrington, Mr. and Mrs
DRIVE IN TODAY !
$
* M r R p r k ' The photo, from the collection of Mark
Plainville Fire Company monthly dren. Jimmy. Frankie. Steven t popular today, This one beTongprl
RoberrBrown, Mr. amTMrs. Ralph"
Alan Bratt.
meeting was postponed until a lat- Linda and Cynthia, overnight Sat
Chapman, is dated May 19, 1898.
Mn^nHM.s KnlwrLKrouse^ofc^wlev^^nd^In^Stanley-Min- ^ T T B T f f t
I I A T A R A
-ufdav^—Qn-Sunday the children's
er date duo to holiday;
weVc
Friday
evening
|
noe,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Floyd
Cole.Mr.
^
V
f
l
L
Q
M O T O R S
Liverpool
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin HulEVENING CLUB
•;uests of Mr. • and Mrs.- -Ralph-t-and—Mrs. .Tamps T,owerv. Mrs.
snooting.—
bert.
joined
them
for
New
Year's
Mrs. Floyd Wood will entertain
| Doris Johnson and Mrs. Agnes
Dodg« if D«rt * L»nc«r
nday — 10 a.m., Sunday ^ord of Mildred Ave.
I
the' Evening Club for the regular Day dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dunbar of,Gaylord
SchooTT l i a.m., woflliTp service.
if Dodge Trvcb —-monthly- meeting^Thursdayr-JanTJ—Broce^tebTnns. son ofMr.^andj
Hunter Dr. entertained 15 guests, Janis Mayfield, daughter of Mr.
!7:45 pjn., evening service.
Mrs. Nile Stebbins, was ill and out j
OPEN EVENINGS^
Wednesday — 7:45 p.m., pray. New Year's Day at a colored T.V. • and Mrs. George Mayfield, S. Ivy s H O 8-6201
12, at 8 p-m.
F i r e l o f school earlier this week.
> 754 Sfif. ftlr B W .
Like! an «r^
oirtv
and
buffet
lunch.
They
I
Tr..
spent
part
of
her
holidays
in
Pi
>
'
er
service.
1
"»PH n's i fflffrtirw.
viewed the Tournament of Roses Buffalo with her aunt and uncle,
House, is. .to be held Monday due ~^Tf~Tinrt--MTir- Harnlri C r x m ^ d
parade from Pasadena, Calif.
| « r . and Mrs. H R. Mayfield. MonPLAINVILLE CHRISTIAN
to the regular meeting night fall- erick Rd., were hosfs on MondayT
for a famiiy Nfew Year's dinner. J .FIRST
- • -^Mi^and Mrs. E l m e r , B a a b e ^ £ i ^ i ^ < M ^ B i I j ^ ^ J I r f e M y i ing on New Year's holiday.
Rev. Dr. Paul deMeurers
; with Mrs. Charles Oixutt
Rev. James R. Boston
North St. entertained Donald . field e n t w i n e d for dinner Mr.:
Rev^D. Cecil Flatt, who is sup- Their guests were Mr. Crego's two j
Today (Thursday) — 7:30 p.m., Harrie St.; May with Mrs. Herbert
plying - at the . Congregational, brothers and a, sister, Mr. and
'
Pastor
Beebe and children for New rf»f-M*^-H'-^>W-ynn^J^-andChurch in Savannah,-was unable Mrs. Howard Crego of Syracuse, Senior Choir-rehearsal.—
f
" ^ ^ - ^ ^ ^ V * ^ .Saturday ..— * 2:30 p.m.. Choir Year's Day dinner.
^TsimJor TRIP
!
to make the trip Sunday due to Mrrand Mrs. J. Bowman Crego of
„ .
_ ...
~. . , ' ber with Miss Elizabeth Walter, 15- rehearsal. 7 p.m., annual church
David
Bell
of
E.
Oneida
St.
=
the heavy snowfall
E. Sorxell Hill Rri^ and Mr. and School;
Sundaygraded
- 9:45
a.m.,
t.;-November
Mrs. m e e U n g called by' the Official has returned to Colgate Universchool
withChurch
class-',( DChester
Tappanwith
St. Road;
o w n e r SSaegar"
Loren A. Trabert and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reed, Plain-,Mrs. J. Wallace Dow of Van Bures for all ages; nursery provided., December at the Center at l:15! B o a r d > t o b e held at the Parish
sity after spending the holidays 31 Battery Ter., enjoyed skiing at
_
r
ville-Baldwinsville Rd., were din- en Rd.
Hall -beginning-With a plcnlc snp TvTth his parents, Rev. and Mrs: Greek Point, Monday. Norman
_andT' Mrs. Glenn. Sppnen- 11 a.m., morning worship; Guest P-m.
ner guests Sunday at the home of
ger. Those attending are asked
Trabert returned to Cornell UniWednesday •— 1:15 p.m., June to bring table service for their William. Bell.
Rev. and Mrs. D. Cecil Flatt. bergh, who were Christmas holi speaker will be Rev. Donald' S.
versity, Tuesday. ~^
RECENT
GAME
and
Monday night dinner guests at day guests of the latter's sister, Deer. -Rev. and Mrs. Deer were Circle with Mrs. Leslie Nostrant, family. Coffee will be furnished.
Saturday afternoon guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pirong of
rl
Walnut
St.
8
p.m..
Christian
the Flatt home were their son!Mrs. Harry"Bitz and family, left missionaries in the Belgian. Con- Education r n ° i f t A p
rt
\
A
business
meeting
will
follow_al
JCappan
St.
..._e_niqyeda
Syracuse
at
t
Mr. and Mrs. George*TrojanowskK
g
. . . ,reports
„ „ „ _ * _ fr<
r ™ , - , o i l H o . X Tatinnals
- » i « ^ « l o „vc n«r4r%n.
n o m a o t the
t h o Oswego SL, were Mr. and Mrs.
and daughter-in-law, Mr\ and Mrs. last Thursday to return to their go.
Bngtnn- game-at
_with
7:30- pjiw-first_session oLggtudy,—^ C O m m U i e t t d l m e „8 p.m.
cTiraghTerrChT^Tiomerin WrlghTsTown, N;War Memorial recently.
partments.
Eric Reuter of Liverpool and Mr.
School of Missions; Rev. Donald i
dy, of Baldwinsville
Emma Heron and Mrs. Van and Mrs. Earl Scott and daughter.
Sunday — 10:30 a.m., morning
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dettbarn
GR.\CE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
S.
Deer,
speaker.
The Misses Helen and Mildred and children, Albert III, Robert
y o r s h i p <;prvi^p_ac
Rev. Gcorge-B—Dawson
Jullt t o y o u r p l a n t
Vourhees and their brother, Her- and Sus?n. wh" wexe^&iias K*"tliy
paiitur, children's seiuiunette. with Mr. and Mrc. Goorge How' party given—by Mr.—and Mrs.;
and 10
-* (Thursday)
»- • • — - - - J / .— 6- ~—
" i n . j n a.m., Sunday School with ard and Mrs. Freeman Craver.
hort^nf Gatp«f.Rd , Antnrfninr^ f n r day through New Year's of their Conference will meet at Fellow-1 Today
and specifications
Thomas Watts, Ridge Rd., were
]
^w Year's family dinner, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bitz, ship Hall. 7:30 p.m., trustees ; *m-: H o l y Communion. 7 p.m.,|classes
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Brown, Mr. and
for all ages including ad
Choir.
8
p.m.,
Senior.
un or
cn0wmoKmQR^i
sister, Mrs. Irene Hotaling, and a Jack's Reef Rd., and Mrs. Albert meeting at the home of Roy Ch;* !
ults; Maynard Bratt, superintend' and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wkl- Mrv Keith Fish, MP and Mcs,
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Iifwiham's'r "i^'n^Z^'inf't
iiiin Qrhflmpanph 40 Cantnn St fi] °."va .
•eftfcteT-T5imson
were
guests
of
Mr^
John
Tulloch
and
Mr.
and
Mrs:
ALL TYPES OF
8 p.m., Adult Confir» Wednesday — 10 a.m^ Women's
Mrs. Clifford Voorhees. Another day for their home in Emporium, p.m., Philathea Class monthly) Friday
amrMrsT-Alan Bratt and children Robert Gates.
meeting in the Church House;' mation rehearsal.
sister, Mrs. Vera Frick of Brewer- Pa.
Fellowship meeting at the home last week Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Janet Sampson of Wor- KITCHEN REMODELING
.- -Hostesses, .Esther-Beebe- and Lela
Sunday — 8 a.m.. Holy Com- of Mrs Maynard Bratt. Come
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wanner of cester, Mass., spent Christmas with
" tonthe^omable ^ b e p r e s e a t - d u e 4 : Mrs. Tr5flirStetJB!Bs--inHr Mrs Dewey.
end
munion.
10:30 a m ^ o n f i r m a t m n U ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ f o , - noon luncheon Cleveland were .qyexulght- guests]_her--son-and-family, Mr..and Mrs.
Nile Stebbins and daughter,
^and
sermonr—li^O-am.,
Conflr^Hd"
equipment
for
sewing.
A
deINJVERNON
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ford Sat Thomas Sampson, 27 Curtis Ave.
MODERNIZATION
Betsy, were Monday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Voorhees callers at. the home of Mr. and FIRST METHODIST CHURCH motion and sermon. 7 p.m., Eve- votional meeting, led by Mrs. D. urday.
DINNER GUESTS,
Rev.
Stanley
C
Robinson
nmg Prayer and E.Y.C. .
oT-Seneca Gardens drove to Ver- Mrs. Ivan Reddout on Babcock
c . Flatt wil, b e £ i n at 2 p m
fol.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ney were
Guests for dinner Monday of
Pastornon last week Thursday where Rd.
Monday
—
6:45
p.m.,
acolyte
I
lowed
by
the
regular
monthly
Sunday night guests of his sister Mr. and Mrs. John A. Polech and
J if Free Estimates it
Rev.
WillianvR.
Emblidge
Jr.
they called on Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
meeting
business meeting.- Annual nffeji- and brother-in-law, Mr. and "Mrs: family. 8 Ridge Rd.. were Miss
Dinner
guests
on
Monday
of
Minister
of
Education
Olmsted.
8:15 a^n., release^ Ing .will be taken. Sewing project Robert Tarnow of Curtis Ave.
Tuesday
Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Bratt and
Robin Meade, Jack Everts of BufToday (Thursday) — 7:15 p.m.,
Miss Lynda Wright, student children, Joyce and Charles, were
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pirong of falo and William Johnson of Contime for students. 8:30 p.m., cov- — making dressings for Cancer
Senior
Choir
rehearsal.
nurse at Syracuse General Hps- his parents, Mr..and Mrs. Glenn
Tappan St. were guestsVat a din- nectTcut.
ered dish parish supperT 8 p7m., Committee in BaldwihsvHle.
pital. enjoved a'Christmas vaca- Bratt and Rev. "James R. Boston ""Sunday^—-9:30 and 11 a.nu reg- annual meting for"conduct of elecnerrparty New Year's Eve at the i M r . an d M r s Howard-Snyder, 75
ular
morning
worship
services
lion with her parents, Rev. afid and Larry Davidson.
COMMUNITY WESLEY AN
tions
and
routine
parish
affairs
home of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Schul-1 Browa-SL^had their inf ant-daugh-r
with the sermon. 'The Pathway
Mrs. Harold J. Wright and family, HOLIDAY DINNER
CHURCH
only.
^ ._-^=_-'-^
txc of Cook Dr. Other guests.werejter, Patricia Rose, baptized at St.
To-W
isdom^
bythe-pftStO^-Theffr
FrawKpy ftr anil
at Proctor Vt. He
Mrr-and Mrs. Richard FennesscyTHary^- Church,—Sunday^ God^
0:30 p m.,-coveredr
tl"bertafant baptism at both serT —Jan. 17
sister,._ Miss
Susan
Wright,
Rev. Gerald Jack
of Seneca Knolls..
.,_»
mother for the child was Mrs
Van Buren 8 4 . • BoddwlnsrHIe
enjoyed
dinner
Monday
with
Mr
ipper.
8p.m.,
"Spec
vices.
Parents
afe
asked—1<
brought her back last weekvTuesSunday .-*-. 10 a.m." Sunday
Phone HE 5-5941
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Ralph
Ford
a
n
d
|
j
h
n
Brolan,
and
the
Godfather
and>Mrs.
Sherley
Matteson
'and
0
ial"
parish
meeting
for
considera
phone the church office, NE 5day. Enroute, Rev. Wright and
School. Crib room for infants — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and was David Brolan of Syracuse
6442. '6:15 p.m., MYF Choir re- tion of building problems.
family called on Mr. and Mrs. family on E. Sorrell Hill Rd.
classes for all ages, including adMr. and Mrs. Lawrence Perry hearsal.
E.Y.C. willing to baby-sit during! u j"^" 11 a.m., morning worship; family were Monday evening din6j30 p.m., Methodist
Jerry Olmsted at Vernon. After
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl kfr/ftrtfrirrirrri/t/rr/r//rrir/rrrrrr/rnr/rrrrf//t//fu//rrrrrrfj[/t.
and
family
of
Homer
visited
SatMen meeting in- the dining room.
leaving Lynda in Syracuse. Rev.
^
S E k o d ™ d „ S n lMSrL
^ i crib .roomtoTinfwSr n u ^ r T for Ford
tirday afternoon at the homo of 7 p.m., Junior and Seniui MYF j &
gl
j"g« «™ ?
^ ° c °°"
ff" iuKldltm,, Junior Clmidi. 0 p.m., WEEKEND VISITOR
and Mrs. Wright and, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bratt and
v
m
mb
2 8
r M,ss
Susan, visited Tuesday through
meetings.
p!t
pTH
or
^
^
f
'
°
teacher training courses. 7 p\rn.,
Mrs. Freeman Craver of Split NV
family
on
Tator
Rd
Pat
Pettit,
OL
2-7337.
Thursday with friends in his for
evening gospel hour.
Monday
8 p.m., 'Official!
Rock spent the weekend with Mr.
13 8
mer-Plainvule
I ^ m d e T -v+i
p a T^^
- i , - 3 ?turkey
^ ^grower,
offJack's
Rd., Board meeting.
Wednesday. — 7 p.m., prayer and Mrs. George Howard of E.
i ^ r i u u i r i u ^ oand
u u tgraauuci
leftReef
Monday
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
meeting and Bible study. 8 p.m., Genesee St. Mrs. Craver spent
507 State Tower BIdg.
.
Syracuse
. Van Buren Rd.
Wednesday — 8 p.m., Wesleyan
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meaker of N" aj t8l ^0 n toa l, a " e n , d * meeting j>f the Service Guild meeting with Mrs.
choir rehearsal.
Monday afternoon and evening
Today
(Thursday)
—7:30
p.m
Nofth" Syracuse^ntoved •'The
Turkey Grower's ConJan. u12
— 7 p.m.. • ; th her daughter and family, Mr. s
Stanley C. Robinson.
Theocratic Ministry School withl Thursday,
" ' " K ^ ; •"if""
" Z
work b e e at t h e c h u r c h
Tournament of Roses Parade"- vention held at the Conrad-Hilton
and Mrs. Clifford DuSharm of | Ss
Tuesday — 8 p.m., Ruth Circle instruption talk, "Assistant M i n - !
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hotel, in Chicago. He expects to
60 OSWEGO ST.
State Fair Blyd.
isterial Servants;" student talks,'
s
LYSANDER
with Mrs. Warren Auyer.
HOURS
Bratt at their home, with dinner return home Friday evening.
PHONES
Wednesday — 1 p.m., Elizabeth "Rearing Children in Divine Fav- j CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH r Mx.-and Mrs Axthur-Derrick-1^
Mr. and Mrs. Maury Tigner of
'5
Tuesday — 7 to 9 p.m,
following.
^Syracuse:
GH 1-8257
byrttt
or,"
"Why
God's
Son
Died
and!
>f~Hunter
Dr.
w^re
New
Year's
J
^
Wednesday — 7 to 9 pan.
Rev. James R. Boston
Mrs. Henry Duger of Plainville- Ithaca and brother, Steven Tigner Circle with Mrs". Stanley C. RobBaldwinsville: NE 5-9401
Day
dinner
guests
of
her
niece
^
Was
Raised
to
Life
Again
andj
Sunday
9
a.m.,
mdrning
worinson;
Esther
Circle
with
Mrs.
Friday — 7 to 9. p.m.
Residence: HO 8-9604
Lysander Rd. spent last week of Rochester,. were holiday callind family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Saturday — 8:30 to 11 a,m.
Ans. Service: HA 2-1167
Thursday at the home^rf her son ers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Taylor; Deborah Circle Gods Kingdom Exalted, Its s n i p service with sermon by the Mocyk.
Exposed; and Scrip-. pas tor; children's sermonette, 10
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Haroid Meaker in North Syra- with Mrs. Mark Chapman; Sarah Counterfeit
ture reading, Proverbs 3:27 to a.m., Sunday School; Mrs. Henry
Marjorie Bell, who spent the
Circle
with
Mrs.
M.
D.
Stafford,
cuse.
Lynus Duger, Belgium Rd.
Christmas
holidays with her
5:14.
8:30
p.m.,
Service
meeting.
"i
',
superintendent'.
iT-m-'cov8
p.m.,
Martha
Circle
with
Mrs.
Co
e
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reevcs-oX Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Woods,
+tcr-nnd-farmiyrRcv. and Mrs.
. u n t t a j I-^L 3 . p-mA-Pj»b"<-'^We.ered dish dinner preceding
Reeves Rd. called Monday eve "Sprague Rd., entertained several Marvin Ver Schure; Hannah Cir- lecture
What is God's Way t^gnnuai jjusinessL_tneking_of _the William Bell of E. Oneida St., has
nujg on Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fry guests on New Year's Eve. Pros' cle with Mrs. Raymond Lynch;,,
1
by- J^Gomish^—4:15-J}Turch andsociety. 7:30 p.m., Pil- fetuRTeaToXhattanooga, Term:—r
Rachel
Circle
with
-Mrs.Donald
l
^
*
*
^
er on Wheaton Rd.
--——. , ent were Mr.3 and Mrs. CHSrles
pm. ; Watchtower Bible study,; g r i m Fellowship meeting.
Mrs. Elsie Voorhees of Cook
Shaver:
and
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. W o o d T ^ 3 j ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ R d ^ ^ r ,
"Married
Believers
Called
to
T)r.,
with Mr. and Mrs. Donald
- LT33?a-Thomas and Mr. and
•*prapte^Wr^Trt6TfI!ne'd
for New
M*«™»~TM-PTTtwr5TSV,T-^r-MT^^
Peace and Salvation."
Reed and daughter, Cynthia, of*
CHRIST COMMUNITY
ST. MARrS CHURCH
Mrs.
Stanley
Trexler
of
BaldwinsYear's- dinner and the day, her
Connors Rd., spent New Year's
Tuesday — 8 p.m., area Bible
METHODIST CHURCH "
RL Rev. John B. Daley, Pastor
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and ville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl VoorStiles Rd. at State fair Blvd.
studies held at Kingdom Hall and
Rev. Vincent J. Kelly, Asst,
Mrs, Robert Woods, Downer St. Trexler of Lysander.
hees of North Syracuse.
- '•
Rev. Howurd F. Bules
Friday — First Friday. 7 and homes of Arthur Peters, E. Mud
On
Monday,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
WilRd., Baldwinsville.
10:30
a.m.,
5:30
p.m.,
Masses.
|
Lake
Rd.,
and
Earl
Haley,
Sixty
Sunday
—
9:30
a.m.,
divine
Audrey
Pirong
of
Tappan
St
liam Trexler and daughter, Kathy,
1
LUNCHEON GUESTS
Saturday — 4 to 5 and 7 to 8 Rd.
worship service; Holy Communion Rd. spent four days last week
of
Baldwinsville
were
guests
at
To combat the recession, the U. S. Glovernment
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Walker,
p.m., Confessions.
i and reception of members. Nurs- •vith her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
advises specialized training after High School.
Fenner Rd^jdxove to Canastota the Floyd Woods home.
BEACON GOSPEL
I
cry
provided
for
preschool
chilSunday
—
7,
8:30
and
9:45
a.m.,
Mrs
Robert
Shore
and
family
of
RichyJWl>ods_san of Mr, and
last Thursday where they were
TABERNACLE
NIGHT SCHOOL IS THE IDEAL WAY
I dren. 10:45 a.m., Sunday School. Syracuse.
Low Masses. 9:45 a.m., additional!
luncheon guests of Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Floyd Woods, was a guest Low Mass at school with nursery
Rev. W. H. Shoemaker
FOR THIS TRAINING
\7
p.m.,
Methodist
Youth
FellowMr.
and
Mrs.
Warren
Auyer
of
last week Wednesday of George
Whipple.
Sunday--— 10 a.m., Sunday ship.
Register now for any of the following courses
provided for children. 11 ajn.,
W. Genesee St. spent New Year's
Downer
of
.Meridian.
Miss Judy Pecore, daughter of
offered during the spring term at C.C.B.I.
High Mass. 12:15 p.m., ba'ptisms School. 11 a.m., worship services. -Tuesday — 7:30 p.m., monthly with their daughter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pecore, RECENT CALLERS
by appointment.
',
. 1 6:45 p.m Young People. 7:30 n.m mooting of thV Board of Trustees •tr. and Mrs. Donald FLgan and
Mr.,
and
Mrs-Frank
Stebbins
WalnviHe-Daldwinsvillc Rd.; was
at the church.
Donnie Joe.
Tuesday — 8 pjn., Inquiry Evangelistic service.
SECRETARIAL STUDIES |
Wednesday — 7:30 p.m. evea .guest Saturday through Monday called on their daughter-in-law, Class.
Thursday, Jail, 12
7 p.m., OVER HOLIDAYS
Mrs,
Neil
Stebbins
of
Star
Route,
ning
prayer
meeting.
of Mr. and Mrs Robert Pillans
choir rehearsal.
Weekdays — 7 a.m., Mass.
Mr and "Mr»L Lewis Cook of
Tues. and Vriurs.
(. — 6 to 9 P.M.
and son, Alan.of PlalnvM*- Re- Phoenix, last week Wednesday
Jan. 13 — 3:45 p.m., member- Rensselaer spent the Christmas
evening.
MFS.
Stebbins
returned
"MTT
LYSANDER
Beginning
Shorthand,
Gregg
turning Judytiome Monday afterFIRST PRESBYTERIAN
ship class for "young people at the holidays with their daughters and
METHODIST CHURCH
noon. they were supper guests of home from a Syracuse hospital
CHURCH
Shorthand
Dlctatfairrt>O^Ll0Oaa0
wpm
church,
\
'amilies,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Leonard
The Rev. Raymond L. Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Pecore and family. on Wednesday afternoon, having
Rev. William G. Bell
Shorthand Theory Review .
Socia
of
E.
Genesee
St.
and
Mr.
been
taken
In
the
previous
SatSaturday
—
2
p.m.,
Cherub
Nile Stebbins of E. Mud Lake
Today (Thursday) — 8:15 p.m..
ST. MARK'S EVANGELICAL
Typewriting, Beginning and Advanced
and Mrs. Ralph Wilcox of River
Choir at the parsonage.
Rd. drove his daughter, Miss Di- urday evening following an auto- Senior Choir rehearsal.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rd.
Comptometer
mobile
accident
at
Wrights
CornSunday
—
10:15
a.m.,
Sundayane* Stebbins, to Elmira Tuesday
Sunday — Worship services at
Cold Spring Rd. -x
Mrs..
Harvey
Newcomb
and
Office
Machines
School.
11:30
a.m.,
worship
serand she continued on from there ers.
9:30 and 11 a.m. Sermon topic:
Sunday — 9:30 a.m., worship daughter of _Syracu.se spent last
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Alfred
Q.
Pecore
vice.
_4
p.m.,
Junior
Choir.
5
Business
English
by.,, bus to Williamsport, Pa,.,
"What of. Tomorrow's Ministry?'!
service- with sermon by lay\ pa*i week with her parents. Mr. and
THTi., ThTermediate
Methodist
Transcription,
60-90; 10Q-120 wpm
whirs she is a sophomore at Ly- and daughter*. Marilyn and Mar- 6:30
a.m.,
Church
School
classes,
tor Howard ft"**"- - * 3 0
Mrs Arthur Derrick of Hunter
coming College. Miss Stebbins cia, entertained Mrs. Pecore'* o.ou a.m., v-iiuivn acnuoi classes, vv...«k tr„ii„„ 8 1v1
sunday
School
nurserr-through
A t h n ^ Tuesday
L ^ S J ^ *— 8^ p.m.. Official
Dr. Dr. Newcomb spent the week
• bad spent the holiday vacation brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and a-ycar
ACCOUNTING
6:30 and 11:00 a.m., Nursery care
with his mother, Mrs. Mary NewMrs. Hulbert Schenck of Avery for infants and children under Board meeting at the home of
with her parents and family.'
WARNERS METHODIST
comb In Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crego of Rd., Lysander, for dinner )ast three. 11 a.m., kindergarteh play Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koonmen.
CHURCH
T i n t , a n d T h a n . — 6 : 3 0 t o 8 : 0 0 P.M.
S. M. Ney of Rochester was a
Emerick Rd. and Mrs. Olive Ken- week Thursday evening.
Rev.
Warren
O.
Babcock
c
group for 4 and 5 year-olds 7
Elementary
Accounting I and II
LITTLE UTICA
weekend
guest
of
his
.daughter
Plainville Community Council p.m. Senior High Fellowship in
e* yon of Clay were .entertained for
Sunday — 10 a.m., ChurcJ
METHODIST
CHURCH
Cost
Accounting
and
family,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Robert
dinner Friday evening-at the -will hold a delayed annual bus- the Church Pari or;, program: film
School/ 11 a.m., morning worship
The Rev. Raymond L. Hill
Tarnow of Curtis Ave.
Advanced Accounting
hoqie of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ab- tn«M UieelUig i t the schoolhouse strip. "One God — The Ways We
service.
p.m., Junior
<Jiin#Uir
IAV-T ~
v..
sorvu*. 6:90
o:3U p.m.,
junior High
iugn
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cole, W.
Wednesday evening." There will Worship Him." Junior" High FelBusiness Mathematics
bott on Cold Spring Rd. -•
vice l f l 7 a 1, ^ » S b ' S K ' * ; i Methodist Youth Fellowship. 7:30
Register 9 to 4:30 Jan. 9 to Jan. 2A
lowship-meeting in the Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and be election of officers.
Hloh 12
MYF
r senior Jan.
— 7:30 p_.m,
Junior Department T e a c h e r s vice, l i . i o a.m., Sundty School. i n nThursday,
or 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 1 8 , 1 9 , 2 0 , 23
family of Minctto invited Mr. and
11
0
Safety-Tested
1 pjn.. Co-workers C l a T m o n t h l v ' ^ . ^ : / VSr?™.
_
trmfting In the Center.
Mrs. NUe Stebbins and children,
Betty, Leslie and Bruce, to be
Monday — Kindergarten Teach- mediate ¥ethodi«t Youth Fellow-1 ^-QU&1JJ«,Q*
IBM Dulu PiocmlUe)
CQOft
thftlr dinner guests- last week
ers meeting in the Center at 8
«hip
7:30
p.ra.,
Senior
MYF.
|
COUNSEL
MISSION
CHURCH
p.m. Board of Trustees meeting
.Thursday evening.
Business Automation and Tab Operations
Rev. Joha J. Burke
ASC William Carrigan, son of in the'Study at 8 p.m. Deacons at
COMMUNITY GOSPEL
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stebbins,
CLASSES BEGIN FEB. IS AND MARCH 2*
„ • .CHUKQ1
—
•> Hoi Lak^BqV-ojaiexUtslgfeek- Mr. and Mrs. William Carrigan of hojxxe^^jatallace- Connell. 55 Q*»
-4 — Sunday — g*ft i.m., Mkss.'
Wrights Cerner*
Cem
Thorsday evening at the home of Baker Blvd., arrived at his par- wego St., at 8 pjn.
* -**4tf0 ;
*
Rev. C. W. Lingflbadi
Tuesday — The following cirMr. ind M r i I^oft Faltbtolher of ents' home oh Saturday for a oneST. PAUL'S KftSCOPAL
Sunday -= 10 i. ra ., Sunday
^—the Jadc*tt»vUJ«*Fulton Rd. They week visit after twnpletmg nine cles win meet at 8 p.m.: January
OLOSaiOBlLB '-• GHC
also made a call during the week weeks of basic medical training at with Mrs. Alexander MacLeod, 62 School with Robert Anthony as
\
Ckere
on Mrs. StebbuV* brother and sis- Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. B e Brown SL; February with Mrs. superintendent. 11 V a , worship
service.
7:30
p.m..
evening
servwill
return
to
Gunnar,
Ala.,
for
a
Joseph
Dreher,
1
MacArthur
Rd.;
FhtMGL
Mm
ter-in-law, Ux. and Mrs. Clarence
UJL
23-week trtmtag course ft dental please bring white thread and ice.
Ferguson of BaMwtesTille,
42S S. Warren 84.
Sunday
—
6:30
a
JM,
family
worSYRACUSE
OPKNEVBNTNGS
HA Ml«s
laboratory w*rte
v
needle; March with Mrs. James
NKW *****
D."
Wednesday -.. 7 JO p.m., prayer ship service.
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DISTRICT
Annual Meeting Of Plainyille
CHureh To Be Held Saturday
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