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,THE E N T e R P R f S p , AtiTAfyipNT,' N, Y>, FRIDAY,: MARCH.. JM, 1950
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amont PIA News
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^Science" and "Health" w e r e the
Spring- .'made, i t s official d e b u t late
fire; Co.
Pfens Minstrel Show
TWQ i n c h e s a r e u s good a s t e n i n N e w y o r k & t a t o produced inore than- chos of w a t e r iu a vaae of f r e s h flow,«QQ>'00(> gallons .of 4.ce cream (Hiring era 'it Wio onda of tho s t e j n s a r o i w J a n u a r y , second 1 n tho country t o
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C O U N T Y , AND P A R T S OF § P H 0 H A R I E . . S C H E N E C T A D Y
teacher, were the speakers. .
I T h e / l a s t , d a y ..of winter lM*>ugh,t./cast f o r t h e m i n s t r e l s n o w to be pre\AND 6 R E E N E C O U N T I E S
B-iirin.g t h e business', m e e t i n g , con- <warm. s i i n s b i n e to! the distiacit Monday, s e n t e d Oil t h e i i i e h t s of May 18 a n d
d u c t e d b y Vice-president (Harold M. Tuesday, followed • With e v e n milder | j | 9 foa-Uhe'benelit of the fire conipajiy.
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C-w>unse, i n t h e a b s e n c e of Mrs. t e m p e r a t u r e s ; . f n < i t h e mercury-.'-.Climbr W e p r a g r a n i Awili toe'held in the com• P A I D CIRCULATION p V E R . 2 9 0 0 •
B r l g g s , several m a t t e r s were discus- e d i n t o the-for'JUeSi'. T h e r e Was <j6nsi(l-' m \ l n r t y u a j i
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M r , W e s t e r v e l t - r e p o r t e d that era-Tile tfondinessv. however. M o d e r a t e , - jt'tdson C r e a s y was selected i n t e r .HOWAEI),'®. OpSBtyKY. . . . , . Edittfr a p d P u b l i s h e r [the centralization s u r v e y has j u s t been, t e m p e r a t u r e s . , w i t h prospects o f s o m e . loeutor- George Tufiibull and W a l t e r
, . . : - •".-. . ;; ' ••"•.,.'• ••.. R e i v e d b y Dr. tF'renoh D i s t r i a t l S u p - r a i n w e r e ..predicted f o r W e d n e s d a y | k r y e i . ' j r w e r e „ a i B e c j e n d m e n . T h e
'SETfrSftftJfTlON '.fiATES**--: One - y e a j i $ 2 3 0 , in a d t a n o e . S i x ' months, $1.75,
e n i n t e n d e i i t o f Schools, & o m t h e State a n d T h u r s d a y , :
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I c a s t includes H u b e r t Bell; Fi'anlc D e ,
t h r ^ e \ n r e ^ h j , ; $ 1 r 0 0 . Single pbpies, 867 A d v e r t i s i n"g' —
r a t e s brh 'application,
D e p a r t m e n t , wliere a n a l y s i s a n d recTh.e five-day ' w e a t h e r forecast,, is u , j c e is-hevriu -Schiade ^ W a l t e r .Dryer
bmniendations-have beep. made,
suea^ T u e s d a y Ory t h e W e a t h e r . B u r e a u . s : r„ . C h a r l e s • Oaige, iLyl.e Claussen,
E L E p HONES:•.,.?:
Altamorrt 3 1 2 1 ; Albany g.,8620. A m e e t i n g was a n n o u n c e d for Tihurs- i n Washingiton, indicated t h a t tern-f f a £ k Doivlinir Q l i n ' Y a u o M e r Michael
day night, M a r c h 23;Bd,. for t r u s t e e s peratures> for. t i e ' p e r i o d w o u l d aver- .Dryer a n d W i l l i a m Crosier. '•
E n t e r e d as,second, c l a s s m a t t e r a t
Post.Off ice a t A i t a m o n t , N. Y,, u n d e r
:
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t h e Act of" \rcb.3<, 1879,.
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PLUMBING SUPPLIES
FITTINGS - VALVES — TRAPS
STEEL PIPE AND COPPER TUBING
BRASS FITTINGS ^BATHROOM FIXTURES
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
ALTAMONT, N. Y.
NATIONAL. ADVERTISING. R E P R E S E N T A T I V E - —
AMERICAN ' P R E S S ; ASSOCIAtlON. — New York, Chicago* Philadelphia; s e n t e d t o t h e voters. I f such a rec- m o n t W y . f o r e c a s t ; the chief o f t h e b i r d i M , . s , Mtiilg
M e r i l 0 i e > ,Mis H e l e n
o m m e n a a t i o n i s m a a e , p e t i t i o n s wilj w e a t h e r ' b u r e a u ' s extended . f o r e c a s t iji-. e hnian IMiss J e a n Groat Mi'S J o h n
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Atlanta and,'Detroit.. - . , •
b e circulated a n d t h e m a t t e r will be sefttiou a t W a s h i n g t o n p r e d i c t e d SO M e a i i U e n . Milss iBerth,V J a n e
TOber,
b r o u g h t t o vote-.'before J u l y 1st
T h e m o r e d a y s of toelow n o r m a l t e m p e r a - l M r s . . C liarles P u t m a n , (Mrs. .Robert
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s u b j e c t of C e n t r a l i z a t i o n will b e dis- Hires f o r t h e e a s t e r n two-thirds of the. .putman, M r s . K e n n e t h Groat, M r s .
cussed: a t t h e April P T A meeting,
country.
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ilWiilson B r i g g s , Mrs'. 'Sherwan Schrad.e,
H a r r y Orogaii reported- t h a t the
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• ' M r s , dUytmond IMott, M r s . li'erbert
f#ni, " H u m a n
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fs'eofield, M r s . W a l t e r Dryer, M r s .
shown t o p a r e n t s a t t h e Bast GreenJ u d s o n Creasy, M r s : J o h n Brown, a n d
."Che-; .auxiliary ' t o Helderberg- •Post •. O n t h e first d a y 6 f spring, Tues- toush C e n t r a l School, a n d to pacents
'Mrs. Alice W i l l i a m s ,
HSt<>. 9'77, of. t i e A m e r i c a n . Legion, h e l d ' d a y , March 21; a fine g r o u p of W h i t eand • g i r l s a t t h e G i r r s ' A c a d e m y in
Reality'- i s ..the lessoii-sermou s u b .IMrs. K e n n e t h
McMUlen will 'lie
'/'its M a r c h .meeting-- i n . . t h e Legion > Habbpners imet a t t h e (hospital. h o m e Albany, but h e said t h e r e were n o hit- j e f a : t f a r § u n ! ( 3 : a . y , M a r c h £ 6 . GoWen nianist
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T h i s w a s a sp'envoj-id-..men-.frave'mot h'earti, n o r ' per- s h o w . '
;eiit.\"' MTSI J u l i a iF5ar.rigai^ presided. ' eiai m e e t i n g , i,n t h a t i t specialized on raculum in t h e s e schools.
Mrs-. William (Rowley reported on 0 , ] ^ ^ by t . h f e •
t h e - — ,•bnth
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Of iii& yaripus o q m m i t t e e s ,the fol- .rhe m e m b e r s h i p c a m p a i g n , t h e publilowing, r e p o r t s w e r e on i s ia-ading: .
i-cafcion-s, a n d t h e pres.enta-tion of t h e l e c t u r e given b y Dr. F a u * t . a t Sling- •e y e seen, O God., ' beskle thee,' w h a t
•On- . c a n c e r c o n t r o l , M r s . Florence • d e p a r t m e n t of C h r i s t i a n Citizenship. . e r l a n d s , a n d i t w a s s u g g e s t e d that h e h a t h p r e p a r e d f o r him that w a i t e t h .
-.Satford..told of the h e e d - f o r did'linens M r s . Lucilla iBeokei1' g a v e u s - a good additional
p a r e n t .education
would for - h i m " (JsaialT '64: 4. S e r m o n :
F r o m -the K i n g J a m e s v e r s ion-'of t h e
ifor d r e s s i n g s , iby : aji: organization in s t a r t i n t h e devotaonal service..j - l i e available.
B i b l e : .(Ps,"-62: ' 1 1 ; 9 1 : 9-H):-. ! 'God
AjDany; "she will foa-ward a n y t h a t i s ' T h e p r e s i d e n t c o n d u c t e d t h e busi- I M r s , Ralph ; W e s t e r v e l t a n n o u n c e d
•hath s p o k e n ' .once; t w i c e h a v e ' . ' I
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.^i.Ven, -. .Child w e l f a r e I s .ah inipor- nesS period: Six n e w m e m b e r s w e r e I the •change in "tame and p l a c e , for t h e h e a r d t h j s ; t h a t p o y e r belonigeth u n t o
HAS AUTOMATIC
.. 4 a n t _ f a c t o r . i n kjiijil'iary - work, a n d enrolled.
'Moneys' c a m e i n for t n e childfgti's play,. " T h e Eaves a n d the God. .. . . B e c a u s e t h o u t hast m a d e
. / t h e ' r e p o p t ' . o f two s i n a l l children r e - budget a n d i o r t h e "Mile, of Quar- S h o e m a k e r . " sponsored b y t h e Sche- t h e ' L o r d , w h i c h is my refuge, e v e n
IMPLIiMENT
..•ceivihg l i r g e n t .'help a n d t h e . necessary i s r s . "
T h i s w a s v e r y encouraging, --liectady jbranch of t h e A m e r i c a n As- t h e m o s t H i g h , t h y h a b i t a t i o n ; T h e r e
PROTECTION
•step^. t a k e n - f o r tortner c a r e , was'^giv-, T h e p r e s i d e n t a n n o u n c e d t h e Api-il, B O c i * 1 , ' i o 1 1 . o1 ' Univeisity ."VVo,in,en in shall-, n o evil 'befall thee, n e i t h e r s h a l l
' e n b y the c h a i r m a n .prbtem, Mrs. Vir-'meetihg. w h e n M r s . G e r t r u d e ' L. P a l - i Schenectady, a n d indirectly, b y .the a n y p l a g u e ; c o m e nigh t h y . d w e l l i n g .
• « i n i a .Sand-. - .Mrs. ..-Dorothy Clarke ' trier, county p r e s i d e n t , Would visit i A i t a m o n t P a r e n t T e a c h e r s ' Associa- F o r h e -shall . gi'v^ hjs- a n g e l s c h a n g e
. j e a d a l e t t e r ' f r o m ' "Germany, telling t h e . n n i o n a n d s p e a k o n Child W e i - 1 t i o n - for P-JA receives 40 p e r c e n t of o y e r t h e e , ' t o k e e p t b e e in HII thy.
-..of .'the .use m a d e -ok t h e children's fare.'
Mrs.- H e r m a n ' T . K a a s a w.ill t n e profit o n tickets sold i n Aitamont; w a y s . "
.things . t h a t " w e r e s e n t for. Christmas, entertain with reek-atioris... k i n d l y T ' h e p l a y 'will be p r e s e n t e d on Sat.ur' iPoppy'/Week i s M a y 32- t o 29, a n d h e a r t h i s in mind a n d p l a n to attend": ddy. M a r c h 2-5th, at 2 p . m. in Mt.
s i gfirst
annpunced.
Anyone p n s e
a n , Mi-s'. D o r o t h yi sS-and.
m oi net April, m e e t i n g will be held a t .school;
,m
Mrs',.0-race.Taber
. . c h a i rwmaasn appoint-'
for t h i s - t aT
P l e a s a n t aH
h Sohool
in S.chenectady,
wishing-, oftickets
n ds ntaht ieo cotiference
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.York -city.
M r s . F a r r i g a n a n d M r s . . M r s . J a n e t ' D e c k e r .to hold t h e J u n e - call' M r s . W e s t e r v e l t , 3361. '
Mtes M a r y L i t a i a n n o u n c e d the spa- A d a [Ross- w e r e sent, t o -the. Publicity I m e e t i n g a t h e r n e w -cottage a t Hel. a n d iRa'dip conference iii; Albany to r e - i d e r b e r g Lake.
T h a t b e i n g some dis- g h e t t i s u p p e r , to h e -served by t h e
p o r t to t h e unit.
, t a n c e away, i t w a s t h o u g h t b e s t to s e n i o r cla'sk on..Tuesday, 'March 28th,T h e A u x i l i a r y ,will. h a v e -two. booths m e e t a t the Reformed c h u r c h i n Guil- 'at 6 p. rgjSte'S^iJjations; m a y be made,'
a t eighj^Jfive Ceigs p e r p l a t e , by '.call-a t t i e : b a z a a r , o p e n i n g t h e n e w lie-, d e r l a n d C e n t e r .
'Mrs. Lolita Wof-mer presided a t t h e •ing t h ^ h i g h schonl office, 3191<t, '
: gion ibuilding t h e l a t t e r p a r t ' of M a y .
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One' will .toe .baked' good's, a n d the otto-! piano and led' the p r o g r a m oh C h r i s - ;. T h e n%ninatirig-'committee for n e x t
-,was elected-, with M r s v '
' e r f a i c y '-work and w h i t e e l e p h a n t . tian Citizenship. JSdr's. L u A n n a ' Wil-' y e a r ' s oJl
sale.' , A n y d o n a t i o n s to ;tlie. l a t t e r json,' c o u n t y d i r e c t o r of -this depart- W i l l i a m Rowley, c h a i r m a n , Mrs: H e r
yvlll b e appreciated. . M o r e on' this j m e n t , was p r e s e i u a n d assisted in t h em a n K a a s a a n d M-rs.. Jatrie'k S p a d a r o .
a t a l a t e r .date.
development of. this s u b j e c t .
T h e C u b Scouts, sponsored by P T A , :
.- M r s . J u l i a F a r r i g a n spoke to " t h e ] S a l u t e s t o t h e • F l a g s were given, w e r e voted a s"iun of m o n e y for cur7th g ' r a d ' e : s o c i a l . s t u d i e s class.'recent-•;and t h e inspiring s o n g , "'Battle H y m n r e n t e x p e n s e s . William Browii will
ly on: t h e a i h a s o f the. A u x i l i a r y ..which o f t h e WCTTJ," w a s used. This was b» t h e n e w cubmaster. a n d L a r r y
affect t h e m , a n d igav.e. t h e highlights a m e m o r a b l e m e e t i n g , and did all •Warner, .former c u b m a s t e r , will ,con-,
tinue o n t h e advisory c o m m i t t e e . A
"of t h e n a t i o n a l p r o g r a r q :
p r e s e n t much good.
pack m e e t i n g ' will • be h e l d tonigdit,
Friday, March 24th. a t t h e home of
M r . ' a n d ' - M r s . K e n n e t h .'Kent.
T i c k e t s for t h e • play. " T h e L a t e
C h r i s t o p h e r B e a n , " w h i c h is b e i n g
Hiawatha League
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The. Alt'ambnt; R e c r e a t i o n , alleys will [B.'. H/rmstrong
4S5 s a l e . T h e play will be g i v e n ' o n W e d ' s p o n s o r a -mixed ' b o w l i n g - t o u r n a m e n t
Hellenbeck
iSO nesday, April' 19th. and .Friday, April
•.on- ,!Saiturda:y a n d S u n d a y , 5 March' 25
Helderberg l.eag.ue
21st. iii t h e M a s o n i c flail..'
an«3 2'6.- -Bowlei-s m a y ^ e n t e r ' n l o r e than
208 , Introduced toy J o h n H a m m o n d , M.rs.
o n e - e v e n t , . ' ' b u t m u s t .fia.v'e' a- different, Ai Clother
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5S8 L e a h B e n j a m i n , school n u r s e , outlined
partner", f o r e a c h , e n t r y . . T h e -tourna-. Ai Clother
t h e h e a l t h p r o g r a m , which s h e s a i d
hient; Will s t a r t a t 7 o'clock S a t u r d a y
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e.veiiing, a n d continue t h r o u g h Suiiday.- T. R a n
•in w a s designed to detect and to p r e v e n t
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doctor, c a r d s . a r e s e n t to . p a r e n t s ' o n l y
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mendatfon t h a t ' t h e family p h y s i c i a n
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•high..triple for. m e n . , E n t r y fee-will 'be
atfe-nd t h e defect. T h e r e a r e .special
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21S e x a m i n a t i o n s for a t h l e t e s a n d s p o r t s
G7:j p a r t i c i p a n t s . .
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• A l t a m q n t M e r c h a n t s Mixed
F i r s t a i d is given for b r o k e n b o n e s
Women
and- o t h e r emergencies 1 , a'lrd a n attend-Agnes Peck
, . . . . . - . . 171 a n t e c h e e k i s made, dally t o s e e i f
Friday,: M a r c h 24:
, ; 'Gladys ' C a r p e n t e r
: . . . . . . . . : . 42-; cornmun.icatole disease-.is evident, Bach?
child, r e t u r n i n g t o school from a n ill'..Noah:. iLod'g.e. .No..: 7'51, Altainoht.Men
ftjaster M a s o n degree. ' • • » .
179 n e s s ' ,of -'c^inintwircaiJiB" n a t u r e , j s
O. Vau'dienbitrg . ' . . ,
' Monday; March 2 7 ;
r
12-4 checked'toy t h e n u r s e before being allowed .to r e t u r n to class. •
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C h a r l e s A r m s t r o n g , dental hygieiiist.
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Apprentice d e g r e e .
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213 S h e r e p o r t e d t h a t t h e r e - w e r e no posi,
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tive reactions>--in school t o -the T. B .
H • •. William'.D. .Goewey C b a p t e r , Order Gooflrich
5S5 p a t c h t e s t recently given. H e a r i n g of
• .of TJeMdlay. -" DeMolay d e g r e e a t A1-- Goodrich . . . , . . . . . '
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school children is being ' t e s t e d on a
Giffords L e a g u e
^.Tuesday, . M a r c h ' 2 8 :
Pitch-.Rra.nge Audiometer, a n d child. VVomen
153. ren a r e g i v e n t h e Snellar t e s t for vis. "TJamesLTeri'.E5yck,-No.- S3H, Altoany. Shi.rley Cai man
338 ion.
. OMiciai'.. -visitation' of . . W a l t e r ' Brash- Dot F r e d e r i c k
;' ear,, ^ s t r i c t d e p u t y g r a n d m a s t e r .
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: . . : . ' , . . , . . 528 g i v e n o n A p r i l 3rd, and M r s . Benja.'• b u s i n e s s .imee.tiiig, from ' t h e n c e , t o Al- Dickie .Brehm
m i n indicated t h a t there h a d been a
Gleiin Gilford
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. .toany-for-D/.D.-visitation.'
good .response from p a r e n t s wishing
Saturday, April 1 :
Subscribe to, t h e A i t a m o n t Enter- -to t a k e a d v a n t a g e -of this service.
;..' .IBerhe' L o d g e , N o . 684.
. H e a r t elinic; e y e . e a r , n o s e a n d
p r i s e — . 12,50 p e r year.
t h r o a t clinics 'iin Albany,, -have been
m a d e available to. Aitamont children.
. Gerald Refener..outlined, t h e s c i e n c e
r e q u i r e m e n t s f o r the .Regents, and s a i d
that- biological a n d chemical s c i e n c e s
required a skill in language a l s o ^ a i i d
a special vocabulary, p h y s i c s , for i n '
s t a n c e , r e q u i r e s also a skill i n alge
•bra a n d mabheimatics, a s it d e a l s with
albs t r a c t i o n s a n d -symbols'. .
. T h e : c o u r s e s - a r e h o w designed for.
college.'preparation, t o m e e t t h e college e n t r a n c e r e q u i r e m e n t s , b u t Mr'.
.^piUKB ? i l R v t e — ; S a i v 5:30 to 9:30; Stin., 5:00 to 9:30 Reisaier s u g g e s t e d t h a t i n t h e event
of a n e w c e n t r a l school, with i t s poss i b i l i t i e s f o r a'ji extended c u r r i c u l u m ,
c o n s u m e r -education- should b e stress•^pi^A ^ : S^ed^n..aM
Bai. Only — 8:00 to Closing
ed, a s well as'-prod'ueei'. C o u r s e s m i g h t
•lie s t a r t e d a n d followed t h r o u g h on a
• "•[,; •: oPIANIST.-^ Sunday, 7.P. M. to 2:00 A. M.
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