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Johnstown Church Schedule CLOGGED TOILETS
Jehovah's Witnesses in the lounge; 7:30, Boy Scouts Rev. John L. Mosconi, pastor of St. Patrick's
Tomorrow — 7:30, Study using meeting. Immaculate Conception Church, Tonight—8, First Communion
the Bible aid, "Paradise speaking on "Sacraments of class for parents at the school
Restored by Theocracy." Church of Christ Marriage and Holy Orders." hall.
Thursday — 7:30, Theocratic Wednesday - 8, Study of Friday — 7, Anticipated Mass Tomorrow — 7:30, Adult
Ministry School, Bible readings Revelations. for holy day — feast of the education class at school hall; 8,
and talks; 8:30, ministry Immaculate Conception. first Communion class for
development class. First United Methodist Saturday — 9 and noon, parents at school hall.
Tonight - 6:30, Circle 2 Masses — holy day of obligation; Wednesday — 7:30, Organ
First United Presbyterian covered dish supper in 10, youth choir practice. recital by Helen Henshaw and
Tonight - 7:30, Adult handbell Fellowship Hall; 7:30, council on bell ringers.
choir will play at First United ministries. First Baptist Thursday - 7:30, Adult choir
Methodist Church, church life Tomorrow—7:30, Nominating Tonight — 7, Deacons and practice.
commission meeting at the committee. trustees meeting. Friday — 5:15, Holy day an-
home of Mrs. Florence Reed, 406 Wednesday — 10 and Noon — Tomorrow — 7:30, Brigade ticipated Mass. NEVER AGAIN that sick feline
Bible study; 1:30, Chrismons committee meeting. when your toilet overflow*
South Market Street. Saturday - 12:10, Holy day
Wednesday — 7, Prayer and
Tomorrow - 7, Board of
group; 6:30, Kum Join Us Class
banquet; 7:30, pastor-parish Bible study.
Wednesday - 2:15, Church relations committee meeting. Friday — 7:30, Brigade and St. Anthony's Toilet g 4 @ Plunger
THURSDAY BELLES: To perform here Wednesday school for grades seven through Thursday — 6:15, Con- Pioneer Girls. Tuesday - 7:30, Adult Unlike ordinary plungers, Ibilaflex
does not permit comrtfcesed air or
nine, 3:30, junior church plan- firmation class. Children's choir Saturday — 6:30, Annual education class at St. Patrick's messy water to splash Mck or escape.
ning meeting. rehearsal; 7, youth choir; 7:15, budget meeting beginning with School Hall. With Ibilaflex the full pressure plows
Chrismons group; 8, senior choir supper; 7:30 Adoption of 1974 through the clogging mass and
Cub Scouts Dorp Bell Ringing Group Thursday — 72, Senior choir
rehearsal, 7:30, regular meeting rehearsal. budget.
Friday — 5:30, Anticipated
Mass for holy day.
swishes it down.
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of the session; 8:15, adult Saturday—10, Holy day Mass. • CENTERS ITSELF, CAN'T SKID AROUND
Recipients Will Present Program handbell choir rehearsal.
Friday — 3, Calvin Choir
Tonight -£6:30, Altruist Class
St. John's Episcopal
This afternoon — 4, Acolytes' Good drinking water is a
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A program of familiar the Monday Club Chorus of rehearsal. covered dish supper and *2*J AT HAM) WARE STORES
Of Awards selections will be presented by a
bell ringing group of Schenec-
She is a graduate of Bryn Reformed
meeting at the home of Mrs. Eva
Wiggins, 306 East Main Street.
training class; 7:30, senior
young people's fellowship.
Tomorrow — 7:30, Women of
must for poultry.
Prize ribbons and tady at 8 Wednesday night at St. Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa., Wednesday — Afternoon ADVERTISING
achievement awards were Tonight — 7, Prayer and study St. John's meeting.
Patrick's Church. and holds a Fellowship degree of group meeting at the home of visitation by pastor; 7:30,
presented at "Genius Night" at
a recent meeting of Cub Scout The group, called the Thur- the American Guild of
Organists. She studied organ
Noel Wing, Elmwood Avenue session meeting.
Thursday - 7:30, Bible study
Wednesday — 7:30, Chancel
choir rehearsal. What Do Many Doctors Use
sday Belles, is composed of ten Extension, Gloversville RM.
Pack 510 at Glebe Street School.
The Cub Scouts had been given members of the Thursday
Musical Club of Schenectady
witti Dr. Elmer A. Tidmarsh of
Schenectady and with Marcel
Tomorrow — 6:30, Calvary at the manse.
Saturday — 6, Family night
Thursday — 10, Healing
service; 4, in the afternoon, When They Suffer Pain
Class. Christmas party at
various materials at their den
meetings earlier in the month which formed the bell ringing
group a few years ago and since
Dupre of the Fontainebleau
Conservatory of France.
Holiday Inn. Those attending are covered dish supper. Film "The
Other Wise Man," and other
youth choir rehearsal; 7:30,
Bible class at 5 Woodland Drive. Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues?
and were told to make asked to take a grab bag and
nave played regular concerts for Miss Henshaw gives monthly coin card; 7, consistory meeting cartoons will be shown. Exclusive Formula Gives Prompt, Temporary Relief In Many Cases from
something out of the material. organizations in the Capital recitals at St. James Church, Christ Lutheran Such Pain. Also Helps Shrink Swelling of Such Tissues Due to Infection.
The items were men displayed at the church.
District. They also have ap- Albany. Wednesday—6:15 Youth Choir Immaculate Conception Tonight — 7, Youth choir In a survey, doctors were asked many cases from pain, itching
and judged at the pack meeting. peared on TV Station WRGB. Among the Thursday Belles rehearsal, Boy Scout Troop 112.
The following prizes were rehearsal, 7, senior choir Tonight — 6, Rosary Society what they use to relieve such in hemorrhoidal tissues. And it
The arrangements of the songs are two choir directors and rehearsal; 7:30 prayer and study Christmas party at Holiday Inn. Tomorrow — 6:30, Christ painful symptoms. Many of the actually helps shrink painful
awarded: organists, four are soloists and Lutheran Women's covered dish doctors reporting said they swelling of such tissues when
the group plays were composed group meeting at the church to Tomorrow — 7, Novena in
Most Genius: Douglas Boyd, by its director, Miss Helen R. four are piano teachers. continue study of the Book of honor of Our Blessed Lady and supper and quarterly meeting; either use Preparation H them- infected and inflamed. Just see
first; Mark Bunner, second; and 7:30, church council meeting. selves or in their office practice. if doctor-tested Preparation H*
Henshaw, and some by other The bells used by the group Ephesians. St. Anthony; 7:30, adult choir Preparation H gives prompt, doesn't help you. Ointment or
Fred Weckman, third. members of the group. Miss were purchased by Miss Hen- Thursday - 6:30, Loyal practice, adult education class Thursday — 7, Choir temporary relief for hours in suppositories.
Best Workmanship: Bunner, Henshaw also composes shaw in London, England. Philathea Class Christmas party at St. Patrick's School hall with rehearsal, Explorer Post 112.
first; Weckman, second; Boyd, selections.
third. 4pMiss Henshaw is choir
Most Unusual: Scott Stewart, director and organist of the First
first; Peter Hunt, second; Presbyterian Church, Albany,
Michael Brinkman, third. and is the director of the
Most Useful; Boyd, first; Thursday Musical Club and of
Edward Hayes, second; Week-
Most Scientific: Stewart, first;
Brad Greco, second; Brinkman,
The judging was done by the
members of the pack.
The following Cub Scouts were Named by
presented badges or
Christopher Jung, Webelos
K of C Unit
Alex Alpert was elected grand
showman, artist, out-doorsman knight of Johnstown Council,
and naturalist badges: Bruce , Knights of Columbus, at a recent
Lavigne, Webelos artist and meeting at the K of C Home.
traveler's badges; Richard Others named were Thomas
Spindler, Webelos artist, athlete, Walsh, deputy grand knight;
citizen, engineer, outdoorsman John Swierzowski, chancellor;
and traveler's badges. Terrence Walsh, lecturer;
Wade Kuhn, Webelos out- Edward Skoda, advocate;
doorsman and traveler's Pasquale Conte, warden;
badges; Randy Ort, Webelos Edward Reardon, recording «-**
artist badge; John Jordan, secretary, and James Roddy,
Webelos artist, engineer and financial secretary.
athlete's badges. Also, John Kane, treasurer;
The following scouts were Antone Ralbovsky, inside
presented the Bobcat badge: guard; Edward Donnan, outside
Hunt, Robert Salamack, guard, James Cleary, Walter
Stewart, Frank Barringer, Millett and John Subik, trustees.
Brinkman, and Mark Vosburgh. In other business a 1-year
Michael Lavigne received his scholarship to Bishop Burke
Wolf badge and Boyd was High School for a Johnstown
presented the Bear badge. student was approved.
The gold and silver arrow
awards were given to Greco, Arrangements were made for
Greg Podolec, Lavigne and a Dec. 16 Children's Christmas
Boyd. party, and plans were an-
The perfect attendance award nounced to host the Johnstown
was won by Mrs. Barbara High* School cross-country team
Podolec's Den 4. at the council's December
The annual Pine Wood Derby meeting.
contest will be held at the next
pack meeting on Jan. 30.
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or talk? A denture adhesive can help.
Edward Hornidge and Edward, FASTEETH* gives dentures a long-
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winners, and George Deyoe and and comfort, use FASTEETH Den-
ture Adhesive Powder. Dentures
Raymond Olbrych took east- that fit are essential to health. See
west honors in Colonial Bridge
Club competition Tuesday night
at the Johnstown Motor inn.
North-south runnersup were
Harry Shapiro andJDr. Leslie
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Saunders, second; Mrs. Harry Soft or Curly
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The degree of select master
will be conferred upon a group of
new members at a meeting of
-the Johnstown Council of Royal
and Select Masters; at 8
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