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DAY,
THE E N T E B P B J 3 f , A l £ A M ^ ,
Guilderland Center
10$n Road
Mrs. Jvar Wennerstrom; dish washing, Mrs. Fred Herzog.
Menu consists of several appetizers,
meats, fish, salads, vegetables, bread,
cheese, jelly, coffee and tea, and
dessert.
8 E C T I O N T W O — PAGE T H R E E
spent Easter in New York city. ,
Keystone Coal Buyers Manual anCleveland Electric Illuminating Co.
Let's light the way ifor the Cancer
ticipates a rise in coal requirements will receive 1,200,000 tons of co&l
Drive
solicitors,
Tuesday
might,
April
of
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Valley
Authority
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annually toy pipeline, 'beginning shortMRS
HELDERBERG REFORMED
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30.
PLAN FOOD SALE
24,000,000 tons' a year, b y 1960. In ly. This is equal to 55 carloads of
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The
Woman's
Auxiliary
of
Quaker
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Harold
Drum
spent
Mrs,
W
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f
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1955, latest year for which statistics coal every day in the year.
MurraVi
the
The
Rov. Floyd V. Nagel, minister.
Easter week end with the latter's former Mary ^ a u w s o n , d i e d o n Street Fire company held its April a r e available, TVA burned 15,215,513 coal will travel from Cadiz, O., t o
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
meeting
last
Wednesday
night
in
the
mother Mrs. William Freeman, of April 19th 1W„ »?J 98th
year. Mrs
tons of coal.
Eastlake, O.
C O M M U N I T Y NOTES
Syracuse.
11 a. m. Worship service. Sermon
Murray * » M ? 5 ? ^ a t h er home on nre hall. Mrs. James Cummings,
president,
presided.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nuccio and
'The Crowded Ways of Life."
Mrs. Elizabeth Cusaok has return- Martin Rd. *%*?****. moving here
are ed ifrom Albany hospital, a n d spent from South Berne where she taught
Refreshments were served by Mrs.
7 p. m. Youth meetings.
Senior children, Susan and Mark,
nigh leader, Jack Jenner.
Topic spending Easter vacation in Ithaca, the Easter week end a t Mr. and Mrs. school in *hetowns of Berne and James Elbrecht, Mrs. William ScranWesterlo for more than 40 years.
ton and Mrs. Harold Taber. A feaMrs. Melvin Reed and son, Robert, Harry CusaeWs.
"God, the Redeemer."
A kindly^beloyed person, she will ture of the meeting was a birthday
The Helderberg Home Demonstra7:45 p. m. Youth choir rehearsal. are spending a iweek in' Cleveland.
Mrs. Andrew Beyer and son, Dr. tion%unit met at the home of Mrs. be greatl yims$ed ta her home by cake honor members whose birthdays
The Up and Doing class will hold
The
newly Mr- .and Mrs-, . g f ^ t h Beach, with are in April.
a cafeteria supper Saturday, April John A. Beyer, of Madison, Wiscon- Virginia Albright.
sin, spent tiwo days at tine home of elected oflficers are: Chairman; H a r whom she redded. 8 She was a memThe auxiliary will sponsor its an27, starting at 4:30 p. m.
riet Flower; vice-chairman, Virginia bers of t t e S ^ L , ? ™ Congrega- nual food sale May 25 at 11 a, m.
The Dutch Arms Club will meet the latter's uncle, Andrew Ulrich, McDonald;
tional
church,
where
f
rai
services
une
treasurer,
Virginia
Alat the fire hall. The committee will
Monday, Apr. 29, at 8 p. m.
Dr. and tfamily.
secretary, Betty Shultz. The were conducted Monday, with the include Mrs, George Bradt, chairman;
Harold Noakes will speak. Leon
Mass Nancy Handy of New York bright;
Rev.
Donald
Boyce
and
Rev.
Walter
meeting Will (be at the home
assisted by Mrs. Edward Pavlic,
King and Gustave Fertoert are in city ,spent the week end at the home next
Burial was in Mrs. Margaret Becker, Mrs. M. H.
Mrs. Helen Ousaok on May 7. Har- Taylor officiating.
of her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Of
charge of refreshments.
South
Berne
cemetery.
riet 'Flower will give a lesson on
Kostas, Mrs. James Elbrecht, l*Irs.
A congregation supper will toe held Handy.
mending the family wardrobe.
Harold Taber.
Solicitors will be
Wednesday, May 15, with Dr. B. J.
Mr. and (Mrs. Thomas Thompson
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COMMUNITY
NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. William Endicott and
Mrs. William Case, Mrs. Dominick
Mulder as speaker.
and son, Gary, visited relatives in Children, Eloise and Douglas, spent
Week end viators at the home of Agostara, Mrs. Winfred Taber, Mrs.
The Youth Fellowship will serve a Glovei*ville on. Sunday.
Easter week end in New York city. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beach were- William Scranton and Mrs. Inez
chicken and biscuit supper on SaturMrs. Ahbie Cud-lings of Ojrford,
Mrs. Bertha Klett is spending a Mr. and Mrs. Mben Eckert and son Griffin.
day, May 25.
spent the week end at the home of week at the home of her son, Walter East Greenbush; Mrs. Fred PfiesterNext meeting will be May 15 in
er, M t Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
her nephew, 'Raymond Sharp, and Klett, and family.
fire hall. The committee on reST. MARK'S •
Clark, Schenectady; Mr. and Mrs the
family.
Miss
Barbara
'Sholtes
has
returnfreshments includes Mrs. Edward
L U T H E R A N CHURCH
ed to Brookport State Teachers col- John Bilger, Johnstown; Mrs. Donald Pavlic and Mrs. Lawrence O'Neal.
Mr.
and
(Mrs.
Donald
Scbierfoaum
Sunday, April 28:
Bobbins and son, fiichard, Gloversand family spent Easter Sunday with lege.
9:45 a.'m. Bible school with classes Mr.
Mrs. Mae Sholtes entertained Mr. ville; Mr. and Mrs. William Tingley
Enterprise ads pay — try .them.
and
Mrs.
Reid
Briggs
of
Visohers
for all ages.
and Mrs. Leon King and son, David, Willsboro; Mr. and Mrs.-Fred WilFerry.
11 a. m. Worship service conducted
and Mrs. Rollin Van Wormer son, Sidney; 'Mrs. Frank King, NorJudith iand tRdbert Schierbaum are Mr.
(by iRev. Louis Wagschall of Oneonta.
and daughter, Ronna, and
Miss wich; Mrs. Albert Adriance, New
visiting
relatives
in
Scotia
and
Visoh5,30 p. im. Mr. and Mrs. d u b have
Oleora Sohoonmaker of Albany, at Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. William
ers
Ferry.
a covered dish supper and meeting.
on Sunday, the occasion be- Beach and son, Gordon, and Mrs
Rev. and (Mrs. Floyd Nagel and dinner
Hostess, Mrs. Emily Salig.
ing her son, Rollin Van Wonner's, Robert Lamora, Albany; Mr . and
daughter,
Betty
Jean,
are
enjoying
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Ohoir rehearMrs. William Wagoner, East Bernea trip t o Pennsylvania, in their new birthday.
sal.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sholtes and Rev. and Mrs. Donald Boyce, Westercar.
Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. lo; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Remley and
SMORGASBORD MAY 4
Mr. and (Mrs. Harold Noakes and daughter,
Miss
Allan Sholtes enjoyed Easter din- children. Sherry and Linda.
The ladies of the Lutheran church sons, Harold Jr., and Deari, are ner
with Mrs. George MeClaine a t Sheila Tuttle, Greenville; Miss Sanare serwinig the annual Smorgasbord spemdiug Easter vacation dm Virginia. GilFfords.
dra Zimmer, Berne, and Rev. Walter
Dividends credited to
Saturday, May 4, a t 4:30 p. m.
Mrs.. 'Kellogg Mitchell entertained
Taylor of Voorheesville were Friday
Bring
the
family
t
o
the
cafeteria
. General chairman, Mrs. Luther Mrs. OEdward
Rice'
.and
chiMren,
balances of $10.00 or
evening.
visitors.
• Saturday, April 27.
It will
Snyder.
Other committee chair- Caaylym:]a«d Edward.of New Hert- supper
Miss
Sandra
Zimmer
of
Beme
has
be
senyed
<by
the
Up
and
Doing
more,quarterly.
• H e r e is a rugged, heavy-duty harrow specially built for
men are: Tickets and Publicity, Mrs. ford, and! Mrs. Leon King at lunch- class'of the Reformed church. First been passing some time with her
t
k e tough job of reclaiming brushland,' bogs, .and old,
Augusta Voigt; dining room, Mrs. eon oh MSpmday.
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serving will foe at 4:30 p, m.
The cousins, the Misses Sherry and Linda
Raymond Hurst; food preparation,
.,
Mr.. yem<$.
.Mrs,- • John Ether andmenu'will consist of pork chops and Remley.
root-bound sod. Big 24- o r 26-inch disk blades " b i t e "
s e r v i c e . . . just p h o n e
Mrs. W i l t e d Cll'keman; decorating, daufflter|||Debt>ie N 3^argo .and Candy,- dressing, gharri, meatloaf,
through brush and roots • • • roll across stumps and stones, chicken
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wagoner and
FR 4-9184 or w r i t e
pies, ham' loaf, escalloped potatoes, children, David, Viola and Leila, and
without delay and with minimum risk of breakage. T u r n \
us
for
p
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p
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mashed potatoes, macaroni
and •Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Foster spent
yo«r
wasteland into paying acres, now. Also excellent for
cheese, baked beans, assorted salads, Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs
envelopes and comdisking i n heavy stalks. Ask us today about die Case
pie y ice cream, cake and jelk>.
The Frank Remley.
plete information.
chairmen are Mrs. Robert H u r s t and
Brushland Harrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Remley and
Mrs. Verne Osterhoudt.
Shemy and Linda were dinner guests
Mr. and Mrs. George Yakel were on Easter of his father, Frank Remguests at the 29th anniversary party ley, Sr., and Jesse Remley, Westerlo.
of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Cody in Al"When the federal income tax was
bany on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.
Cody expect t o move into their new born on Feb. 25, 1913. the normal
A S S O C I A T I O N
tax rate was 1 per cent and the
home a t Thompson's Lake, soon.
QprnTpl i - P A t ' a i J t o d ^ . ' i l B a Friday
DUANESBURGH, N. Y.
Sunday dinner guests of (Mr. and highest surtax was 6 per cent. The
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Mrs. Harry Yakel, Mrs. Mahne the lowest' taxable incomes and Member Federal Savings & Loan
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SohmKt, Mr. ' a n d Mrs. WdHiam reaches a high of 91 per cent" —
Insurance Corporation
Moore and children, Pamela and Post Standard, Syracuse.
.
Billy.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and
children,. Ruth -and Susan, have returned from a trip to New Jersey
and Pennsylvania.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lincoln had
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Van Wormer
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were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs
Alan Van Wormer Thursday, the occasion being their daughter, Cheryl
Aim's, birthday.
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sigtetf Mrs*'"Head Van Wormer, and
family at Orlando,-Florida.
The Dutch Arms club will hold its
ffc^bponed meeting Monday, April 29,
at Hie Reformed church, with t)r.
Harold Noakes as guest speaker.
Leon King and Gustave Ferbert are
on the refreshments committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Calkins had
as Easter Sunday guests Mr. and
Mrs.. George Oampell, Mrs. Bernice
Fallon, Mrs. Lulu Coss, Mrs. Mabel
Conway, and Earl (Lowenstein of
Schenectady.
Miss Alison Calkins is spending
several days with her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Haviland Boyle of
Scotia.
Mr. and Mrs. iRobert Hurst entertained at Easter •dinner a t their
camp on Ballston (Lake, the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williams, also Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hurst
and David Hurst.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Henion
and Mrs. Irene Van Dusen of Schenectady were Easter Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Henion.
•Master Thomas iPittz of Albany is
spending Easter vacation with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Henion.
Joanne and Chrisftiian Ford are
spending- a- ifew days with their
grandparents,- Mr. and Mrs. F r a n k
Ford, of Lennox, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Osterhoudt
visited the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs...FJoyd- Osterhoudt, in Scotia
on Sunday.
Miss JJois Verduin is spending the
Easter .vacation a t h e r home in
Waddington.
Mass Cleora Sdhoonrnaker of Albany was a Sunday guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon King.
Mr. and Mrs. .Leon Van Wormer
entertained the latter's sister-in-law
Mrs. H. H Wright, of Washington,
D. C , aiid friend, Mrs. Charles Mills
6f Bay Village, Ohio, Easter week
end.
Mr, and Mrs. Howard Vincent had
as Easter guests, Mrs. Fred D a m n
and son Fred, of Albany, and Mrs.
Ethel Bloomfield .of Voorheesville
Mrs. Roy Van Wormer has been
called t o Detroit due t o rthe death
of her brother,..Charles Nielsen
The Busy Bee Class of .Helderberg
Reformed church will hold its' n e s t
meeting at the home of Mrs. Morris
Safford Tuesday, April 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Carman had
as Sunday dinner guests, Mrs. Robert Carman and children, of Altamont, also S/Sgt. Richard Carman
of Stewart A. F . B., Newburgh.
Robert Carman, ET-2,,who spent a
lea^e with (his family, after a ' t w o
months top to South America, has
left for Panama.
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Of this number, about 43,000
people per year are having serious
cut or fall accidents. Wherever possible it is, best t o remove the sash
instead of trying t o replace class
from a ladder. I f s safer and easier
.to r,eglaze the sash on a bench in t h e
workshop.
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