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day at UJQ, Van Auken home were the j Misses Eleanor and Jane Thomson i %nd George''Moselle or IOIsinere and! We. and Mrs. Raymond Von Aukon Lucien Maraan l i p returned u in» > of Wateryliet. home in Montce^VAfter having spent Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Muhlfelder of a few days w}Qj. Ws Sister, Mi> CorAlbany were Sunday dinner guests of delia Pouson and daughtois Edited by MISS ADELAIDE BEWSHER .8Jr, aud Mrs. M. J. Levy Mrs. Wallace Van Aukun attended Miss Edna Paige of Albany^Schenec the funeral of lier ituole. Frank Gille*. tady road was the week-end guest of pie, in Albany, last Friday her uncle John K. Giffen. Mr. mid Mrs. A. IS- <Me*i<-k of Miss Verna Secor of Schenectady Fultonville were guests of their was a guest on Sunday of her brother daughter, Mrs. T. B. Ward une day and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. last week. The marriage of Mrs. Ada M. Good Mr. and Mrs. Charlrs U-aln of The basketball team of [he Voor- Secor. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Frohlich of Bol- Iteusselaer look diuiier on Sunday fellow and William F. Hallenbeck lieee\ille Union school will meet the . .. L occurred at the home'of Mr. and Mrs.' basketball team of Berne-knox oil tlie ton Landing, Lake George, passed the with Mr. and Mra. Nelson Van liuiei!. Lester Wtarner was<In Ali.ununt lor Peter Flansburg, Friday afternoon,' Berne court, Friday evening, Feb. l!i. week-end with her parents, Mr. and ; Mrs. Everett K. HolleubecU. thn week-end. Feb. 1 2 The ceremony, was perform- j ^. Mrs. Helen Van Wormer has been ed by Rev. William H. Evans of the 4-H CLUB NEWS Miss Marie lloyer jwa.-. ;i Ruest or Mi B. church. Mrs. Mjabel Alkeu- v i The girls1 4-11 club of Voorhees- confined to the house for somo time, friends in Pluttsburg last \wi-i while suffering from a cold, others o.i brack was matron of honor and F r e d ' ' l e has been getting busy lalejy. It Mrs. ClarksoD. Hoe.wa.s a pi,.si Oi W. Spielquui acted as best man. The.'has twelve members enrolled. They thp sick list include Mrs. George 13. Mrs. Nettie Weatnerwnx in AlUun on bride was gowned in wine transparent i r e Kthel Dolder, Betty Kling, Mar- Smith and William Smith. Mrs. Wiil- Friday evening. velvet, jorie GUlespie, Marjorie Levi, Ruth liam Smith is recovering from a seThe following from Jiere aitended After the ceremony a wedding sui>-' Bolder, Dorothy DoLder, Marlon Gai- vere cold. the Lincoln day dinner M tin- Ten I per was served at home of Mrs. Mabel'1>U>. Violet Michdl, Mary Michel, Dorfs lOyck hotel lust Saturday eteninf:: A. Alkenbrack. "Mr. and Mrs Hallenbeck Blackman and our leader, Miss Sig&' on, Mr. and Mrs. Ajidu-w ii departed by auto for Albany then by b e e I v, ,11-tsit-r, Mr. and Mrs. Kosue.ll Cas« T ·train for Utica for a short wedding b e officers are: aiui Air. and Mrs. James Howen.stein. trip. Presdent, Ethel Dolder; vice presiMiss Eleanor Becker Is in St. Peter's j hospital. She is having an operation The following guests were present, dent, Betty Kling; secretary, Marjorid Blwood Hallenbeck qf Utica, Millard Lenne; treasurer, Marjorie Gillespie, The National Day of Prayer was ob-for the removal of appendicitis this Hallenbeck of Albany, Rev. and Mrs? news reporter, Doris Blacknian; cheer served by the women of this village (Friday) morning. W. H. Evans, Mr. and Mrs, William leader, Ruth Dolder; pianist, Miss in thp Methodist church The Five and Ten bridge dub met Friday Vosburg, Mrs. Lillian Relyea, Donald Sigsbee. last Wednesday nigh(. With .Mis. Harafternoon, Feb. 12. Ethel Dolder and Betty Kling were Vosburg, Miss Evelyn Vosburg, Mr. The Missionary societies of the riett Hadley. The prizes went to Mrs. Russell Case and MIS. Albert C'arpeuand Mrs. Peter Flansburg, Carl iWiai- elected as delegates for the County churches were in charge. ner, Miss Bemadette Alkenbrack, Couacil. Mrs. W. H. Evans gave an addreso ter. The first Wednesday or every of welcome. Mrs. Mabel Alkenbrack and Fred W. Mrs. Lawrence Ryder of ltichmomlSpielman. month the social meeting is held. Mrs. Eugene Empie, president of ville has spent the greater part of th. The girls take turns preparing thu terian church presided. pasL week with her uncle, (;. C. Brown refreshments and entertainment. All An article entitled "Tliou Art the so as to be pear her mother, Mrother Wednesdays are Work meetings An aticle entitled "Thou Art the Nicholas Moor; Sr., of RU-hmondville and the girls are now completing the Christ, The Son of the Living God,"i w n o i s critically ill in Albany City | j jt f Homemade S project of H d Sweets. Hev. William H. E??ans, pastor. written by Mable Shaw, a missionary 'hospital. · . 11 Tea of the girls and their leade. ... .Afi-ica, was read. A short history! Rossruan Mesick is now employed in | 10:30 a. m. Morning worship and in _ . attended the demonstration contest on ''of the sermon. Day of Prayer and its 'Albany with the Hosier Ice Cream Co.1 Feb. 6. Everyone enjoyed it. Ethel'mea mug wiih given by Mrs. E. K.| The following is a partial list of I 11:40 a. m. Pible school. Dolder won tihird prize. 6:30 p. m. Epwortli League. Hallenbeck. A vocal solo--"Beautiful donalors for the floodrelief from tub. . | ae ocal s o All the members contributed gen- Garden of Prayer," wasl o B e a u t i f u l Place. Miss Elizabeth Crnmme. .Mrs.j Prayer service, Wednesday at 7:30 rendered by Jesse Wood, Mrs. Pre'd Trick. Mrs. I erously to the Red Cross fund for thu p. m. Mrs. Clarence Va"n (Wbrmer, with Mrs. EJdson Carpenter. Mrs. 'Tuok. William ' ' ' The Epworth League service will relief of flood victims. The total sum Peter Van Wormer at the piano. Stephens, Mr. ajjd Mi's. Albert Ca.-I be led next Sunday evening by Frank raised was $3.00. Blooiuingda/l.e. Topic: "Respecting' To raise money this year the mem-a Prayers/ and readings were given by penter, Mr. and Mrs. lfldiwin Hiver, Mr. I number of those present. bers are selling gum and candy at and Mrs. George itigsb.ee, Mrs,. CorPeople for Their Own Worth." delia l'on.soii, M'rs. G, 0. Uiown, Mrs. The Ladies Aid social of the M. E. the Friday night basketball games. KeenJiolts, Mrs. Van Allen, Mrs. church met for a covered d^sh lunchRussell Case, Misses'E'Jmi and Nellie eon, Tuesday n the church, hall. This Magill, Mrs. Charles Tompkins, Mrs. was followed by a business session Klla Ward. Mlrs. T. B. Ward. Mrs. with Mrs. Myndert Crounae in the George Holfe, Misses Libbie. and Jessie 1 1 Sunday services, Feb. 21. chair who also conducted the devoWith Alice Faye' swinging torchy tions. 10:30 a. m. Divine worship--Ser new tunes and romancing with Mich- Bradt, Mrs. James Hqwcn.stein, Mre. Glenn Becker, Mrs. "Clarkson Hoe, Plans were made for the Dime Card mon. ael Whalen, Adolph Mtenjou going dafsupper to be held March 18", at the -Dl:40 a. m. Session of the churcn fy and roaming around in his nightie, Mrs. Nelson Van Buren^; Mrs. Clarence Hurst, Mra, Harriett Hadley, Miss school. church. Gregory Ratoff, the demon dialecticiThe Women's Home and Foreign ian, mangling the English language, Jennie Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Ira On Tuesday, Feb. 25th, there will be ,, . . V a, Silver Tea at the parsonage, M|rs. Missionary society will conduct their the king and queen of comedy, Ted. Schoonmaker, Mr. aud . I rs. Clydu Voaburg and William- H. Evans will be assisted by monthly meeting and study hour this Heal, aid Patir Kelly smashing all J ^ ^ V J 1 ^ Mrs. Adam Becker. All ladies are. Friday afternoon at 2:30 \>. m. at the laugh records and the Ritz Brothers- Mrs. George Carpenter. home of the vice-president, Mrs. John bringing a new kind of musical clownThe Wednesday afternoon bridge welcome. Those present at the meeting were Hodges. The president, 'Mrs. Eugene ing to the screen, "Sing, Baby, Sing" club met at the 'home of Mrs. (ierThe guests Mrs. Blsbree Jones, Mrs. E. C. Al- Empie, will ipreside. the new musical special, comes to the. trude Lape of Albany^: bright, Mrs. Fred iSeverson, Mrs. Web- On Thursday night, Feb. 25th a box Voorheesvillc theatre Saturday night were: iMrs. Mildred Unright, 'Mrs. John Gade. Mrs. Marguerite Uulevk, ley Jacobson, Mrs. W. H. Evans, Mr: social will be .held in tne chuuch under of this week. *f Mrs. Mildred Bigsbte, Mrs. Lillian Lena Secor, Mrs. C. L. Spore, Mrs. J. the, uqspfces of the Women's Guild at Six of Hollywood's most famous, OlonhouHc, Mrs. Emma 'He lira mm and Chickering, Mrs. P. R. Taylor, Mirs. S. C:30 p. m. Each lady will please sdng writers icombined their talents The prizes Warner, Mrs.--M. M. Crouuse, Mrs. bring a .box with supper for two. ·to create the hit tunes featured in. Mrs. Uertha lleckei'Otjh. George Bloomfield., Mrs. C. A. Bouton, These will be sold to the highest bid- "Sing, Baby, Sing." The cast is one were won by Mrs. Bertha Hvckerolh Mrs. A. J. Ruso, Mrs. D. Kinney, Mrs. der. Homemade ice-cream will be on of the greatest comedy casts ever as- and MTs. John Gade. A. Becker. sale. Mrs. Egbert Halsted ia chair- sCnibled in Hollywood. Additional man in charge. attractions will also be featured.

VOORPlESVIiLE

Marriage Announced

PLENTY PARKING SPACE AT BOTH MARKETS OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO 9 V,

Voorheesville School Notes

WE HAVE ONLY TWO MARKETS IN SCHENBOTADY -- T i l ! ADDRESSES

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Coming Events

Friday, afternopu, Feb. 19,--Meeting

Personals and Locals

New Books

Fullers

^ e T a ital J V i f r Mrs. Artlfiir F^; JRelyea waa hostess i J t i iU fe e y the% . Spawn. Saturday night, Feb. 20--Attraction card club on Wednesday at her home. A colleefTon oTThew books ready lor } y e ^ iit1 Mr. and Mrs. David COKH. and Mr at -threr ^ H t t h e musical comedy, "Sing, Baby, ud a group of friends on Saturday cumulation from the Voorheesville and . Mrs-.JL-loyd Coss wore Sunday}J Sing," with Alice Faye and Adolph evening at her home With a Valentine Free library on Saturaay afternoon, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Januw Kilfoyhj party, also the observance of her this week, at. the regular hours of of Schen;ectady. Menjou. Monday night, Feb. 22--Meeting or birthday anniversary. The decorations opeaing has been announced' by the Mr. und 'Mrs. Martin Hut- and .son, and favors were in keeping with the librarian, Miss Mildred Guffin. They Arthur, or Gallupville, have been Rebekah l'odlge. Valentine season. Those? presefit include: "The Exile," by Pearl Buck; visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stanley K. Thursday afternoon, Feb. 25--(Silver tea at the Methodist parsonage by .the were Miss Blanche Stickle^ of Hud- "20 Years Under the Sea," by J.' B. Swart. son, Miss iRosemary Powersjjjpf Albany, Williamson; "White Banners," Lloyd Ladies Aid. s 'Mr. and Mrs. J'erry 'Shoemaker, Thursday night, Feb. 26--(Box social Mjss Gertrude Houck .of Troy, Miss C. Douglass; "Asylum," William Sea- Mrs, Bell iMickle. Mr. and 'Men. Kerns brook; "State Fair," Phil Stong1; "Tihe Joslin, JVIiss' · Esther at Presbyterian ediurch, toy Woman's Marguerite Crounse, Mrs. Harold Pitdhttf Miss Gunga 'Sahibj" Talbot Mjundy; "Some- N. HagUdora, Doris and Donald Hag-aGuild. dorn of Middleiburgh have been reThursday night, Mar. 18--'Dime card Henrietta iSutin and Mrs. Robert body Must," Alice Grant RoBman; cent guests of Mr. ami Mrs. "Smoky Waters," Raymond A. Berry; supper at M. E. church by Ladies Aid. Lockwood. T. Swart. Miss Laura Boomuower entertained "Legacy of Death," R. A. J. Walling; Mra. VJ. Y. Chesebro aud her friend, at dinner on Lincoln's birthday the "Freckles," Gene Stratton Porter. Among the new books for young Mrs. A. B. Gardner, of Onoida, arc following guests, Mrsv John Thompson Beach, Florida. Mrs. of Long Island, Mrs. Wood Martiu, people and children are: "Come Sum- guests at Palm spend several weeks mer," Virginia. M.cCarly Bare; "All the Chesebro will Sunday services, Feb. 21. Mrs. itJd'gar Cook, Miss Jane Bell, Mrs. Rev. Ernest P. Neville, pastor. Adam Becker and Mrs. Lizzie McMil- Mowgli Stories" illustrated, Rudyard with her sister, Mix. Robert King, of Kiipling; "HurrfiSa-ne Weather," (How Miami, JTlorida. 9 a. m. Mass will be said. lon. The Rev. aud 'Mrs. Alberlus (! BosMiss- Winifred Collin of Schenectady Sam Ridley Met Adventures on the HOLD VILLAGE CAUCUS Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Trading Schooner) . "IWliud-Rider," by senbroek, Mr. and Mrs. Harold ArnHoward Pease;' "About Harriet," old of G-uilderland Center and Mr. and A large representative gathering of f William Rarrick. Clara Whitehill Hunt; "Little Miss Blanche Stickles of Hudson a story of Indian life, Theresa Eagle," Mrs. 'Lloyd Coss attended the annual Voorheesville residents were present O. and was the week-end guest of Miss B. W. Deming; Jerry and the Pony ladies' night of the Men's Classical at the village caucus, Tuesday night. .'Union of the Reformed churches of Evelyn Van Wormer. The officers nominated on a Citizen's the Classis of Schenectady held last Mss Jean Fryer passed the weekend Express," Sanford Tonsey. ticket for mayor, Monroe Terwilliger; g Thursday night at the Second.Reform& li trustee, Grant W Warner; &ri& police with relatives in, Glens Falls. I. O. 0. F. ACTIVITIES ed church of Schenectady. Uinnc?r justice, Frank Person.; a p of whose Miss ^Gertrude Houck wa» the weekwas nerved . by the women of tlm Voorboesville lodge, 60S I. O. O. F. church, i'he Rev. V. V. Minnan, pasterms O office expire in March, when end guest of her grandfather, Frank f Van Auken; additional guests on Sun- will confer the initiatory degree on a the annual election, will ,*e held, . tor of the Delmar Reformed church, class of candidates on Monday evening, March 1st. District deputy was the speaker. 'Mr. and Mrs. George T, Swart were Grand master, Fred Blackmail will have charge of the degree. A full at- called to Albany 'b> the illness* aud death of Mrs. Swarfs sister-in-law, tendance is desired.

The sympathy of the,"community is extended to Frank Spa^R and family

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The Fullers boji tslulbs will hold a party tonight at the home or Ruth, Olivo aud Ehierson Van FEDERATED CHiURCH NOTES Patteu, Jr. The. girls' club will enlnrChurch school at 10 a. m. with u. tain the boys' club. ·welcome for all. Elvius Wolford is a Wo to go out-of Morning worship at 11 o'clock. ·· doors after his illness. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. in. Mr. and Mrs. U- Roy Vadncy mid The Methodist church Will be the Miss Hazel Vaduey of Albany -will be place of meeting. You axe welcome. Sunday guests at the borne O Mr. and f The men of the "Federated ckurcli Mrs. Albert Vaduey ·pill serve a paucako supper with 4 'Mr. and iMrs. A. R. be Viuess entergbod supply of sausage in the dining, tained with a Valuutiue parly at their room of the Presbyterian church on honie, Saturday night. Their guests Wednesday evening, fche 24th. Supper were Mr. and Mrs. L-lpyd Oray, Mr. will be ready at 6 P- m. and Mrs. George Armstrong:. Mr. and ·fhe first in a aeries oj^ midweek Mrs. Earl G-ray and Mr. and Mis. Lenten service, will lie held 'at the Emerson Van Patten. Methodist church Thursday evening, Henry Van Patten was a guest of the 25th, at 7:30. The.Bpeakey will Mrs. Raymond Frederick and Alfred be Rev. Freeman S. Kline, Superin- Frederick of Altaniout, Wednesday, in tendent of the iMbany district. lioubr of his 'birthday. The fourth quarterly conference «f- Tlitt little daughter of %r. and Mrs. the iMethodist <Jhtirch will, be held on Kenneth. Tien ha* *Ue- Whooping -the same evening at 8:30.- MX memji of the quarterly coniference are f & p c l y ufgod td be present Any others will De welcome.

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it cd.ller& at U;e homo of Mi, 3B. ;<3fidrles' Sfoti^oiiriijor wefe ·'Mrs. Arthur pUrfee was a recent' iitjand Mips. Ivorcnza Hejnpstcad and a,iid .Mr*. jj^td gneat of Mm Edward B. Gedhey. } Mft·xfefcMva. Stanton-aiiif -soil, of Sclio · Mr. and) Mrs. Amirevr EppleinttUii and fatnily of Albany were retfent , ttfld Mr». Donalif' Utyiiliart and guests of lier parents, My. aaid mil, Donjldi, of Alb^j?,, visited' theiv Day homo -hef& Sunday, 'moy also called , Sgbcrt C. Ostofhout is spending: pit ISU^afd 01»brew ftiid faniiiy. the week did h\ Syracuse, attending" |Uja Stay Dlabrew cjilled on M/s. Soha Deere, tractor school. Stouepui'itor, iSalurda^ Morning. rW|e extend <tdngratulation» to Mr* JStiiatt Miller and .I3i .Miller were and Mrs. mos« Durtee who w*r« uittr- Sunday afternoon gupafcs 'oi Edward fiea on February 12tlu and familyMr. and Mrs. William Caswelfc were Wagoner of Hast Berne' i.guests O£ Mf. and Mm Herbert OstM- caitea oil Steward Vaft tiyke Tburfi-:| hout on Tuesday evening. day evejulng. ., . . . . . , ,

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