TWELVE T H E KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y., TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1955.
wssmmmummmt&tssssmimm ble of 135 Prospect street. Bring "Sociable 6's to the noisy 9's."
Good Taste finished stuffed toys. Mrs. Miss Katherine Murphy will mod-
HceiAh ACTIVITIES Today
Joseph Matey, sponsor for this
study group will be guest for the
erate. T h e meeting will be held
in the library and refreshments
will be served.
SOCIETIES • CLUtS PERSONALS
By EMILY POST Twaalfskill Hose 5 Women of the Moose
(Author it Etiquette, Children Art
People, etc.) TJjere will be a special meet- Regular meeting of Women of
Rev. K. Alexander Miss Joan Nagele THANKS FOB A PARENT
ing of Twaalfskill Hose Com- the Moose will be held Wednes-
pany No. 5 today a t 8 p. m. in day a t 8 p. m. in t h e Moose Tem-
A l e t t e r explains: "During the ple, 156 West Chestnut street.
Speaks to DAR Group Weds Richard'Mayr Thanksgiving holiday we had as
t h e engine house in Wilbur.
T h e guest s p e a k e r at the DAR, Miss Joan Nagele, d a u g h t e r of our house guests two of my Union Hose C o m p a n y L a k e K a t r i n e Unit
Wiltwyck Chapter Christinas Mrs. J a m e s Cardinale of 88 F a r - daughter's girl friends from Union Hose Company 4 will T h e monthly meeting of t h e
meeting December 1, was the relly street, became the bride of boarding school. After they re- hold a special meeting Wednes- L a k e K a t r i n e Unit will be held
Rev. K e n n e t h Alexander. His Richard Mayr, son of Mrs. t u r n e d home I received a bread day at 7:30 p. m. a t the flre- Wednesday at 2 p. m. a t t h e
topic. " P a t r i o t i s m Through Re- Elizabeth M a y r of 5 W u r t s and b u t t e r l e t t e r along with a house. All tickets for supper home of Mrs. Donald Parish,
ligion." street, Sunday, Nov. 20 a t the present from them. I did not must be in. Lake Katrine.
In his address, Rev. Alexander Trinity Evangelical Lutheran acknowledge this gift as it
pointed out t h a t patriotism has Church. The Rev. F r a n k L. Gol- seemed superfluous to me to say
Rapid Hose Company SPCA
lost caste in this generation. W e nick performed the ceremony. Monthly meeting of the Ladies The SPCA will sponsor a food
now m u s t think in t e r m s of the ' t h a n k you' for ' t h a n k you.' How- Auxiliary of the Rapid Hose sale S a t u r d a y at 10 a. m. a t
world community as we no long- Donald Romme was at the ever, I was very much embar- Company No. 1 will be held Montgomery W a r d and Com-
e r live in islation. and t h e r e is organ and John Amarello was rassed when my daughter re- Thursday at 8 p. m. in the meet- pany.
no such thing as living alone. the soloist and sang, "O, Promise ceived a note from one of the ing room on Hone street.
T h e concept of national great- Me." and "I Love You Truly." girls asking h e r if I had received Court Santa Maria
ness has grown. W e see we are T h e church was decorated with the present. My d a u g h t e r thinks Parent-Teachers Due to a death of a member,
one nation whose roots are nour- white chrysanthemums. I was remiss in not immediately The P-TA of School Number 2 the cancer work at the Broad-
ished through the growth of the The bride was given in m a r - writing a thank-you note to the will hold its monthly meeting way auditorium will not s t a r t
world. riage by her uncle, John Nagele. girls. Since the gift in itself was Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. T h e until 11 a. m. instead of 9:30
C h r i s t m a s carols were sung by She w o r e white tulle and lace a t h a n k you to me for hospitality Ulster County T B and Health a. m. on Wednesday as previous-
t h e Chapter, led by Miss Helen over satin, long pointed sleeves shown them, was a note neces- Association will sponsor a film, ly announced.
T u r n e r , w h o also gave a short with a long train. H e r headpiece sary? I would very much like to
talk on "Hymnojogy." was a t t a c h e d to a F r e n c h il- have your opinion."
An invitation from t h e Pough-
keepsie C h a p t e r to a t t e n d a
lusion veil and she carried white
roses. Very definitely a thank-you ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
meeting a t Hotel Clinton De- Miss Anna Mayr, sister of the note should have been written. 365 HASBBOUCK A V E M ' E
c e m b e r 12, was read. bridegroom, was the maid of One must always say t h a n k you
for a present received.
Gifts for t h e Tamassee child
w e r e brought, and hostesses for
honor. She wore a sapphire blue
net and lace over taffeta gown Christmas Presents for Boy ANNUAL BAZAAR and ROAST PORK SUPPER
the afternoon were Mmes. Her- with a matching crown, and car- Friends
m a n Schwenk, A r t h u r Hazen-
bush and Charles Sweet. Mrs.
ried red roses.
Nichols Nagele, brother of the
C O M P L E T E DOLL P R O J E C T — T h e mem-
bers of the Hurley Busy Bees, 4-H Club, dressed
Kolodziejski, Linda Tompkins and Patricia
Nash. Second row (1-r) Madge Bennett, Cheryl Dear Mrs. Post: Several of WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7
30 dolls for the Salvation Army's Christmas Roeber, Susan Scrieber, Marjorie Fease, Mar- my girl friends are planning to BEGIN M X G A T 5:80 P . M.
Clarence D u m m poured. bride, was the best man. buy their boy friends either
A reception was held at Ray's program. Junior leaders of the project were lene Fries and K a t h y Browne. Top row, stand- MENU
Enid Goetchius and Nancy Hutton. Pictured with ing, (1-r) Melinda Rowe, Gail Baugher, Nancy shirts or sweaters for Christmas.
Riverside Rest for about 100 I have always thought it very ROAST P O R K and F R A N K S , S a u e r k r a u t , Mashed
guests. t h e dolls are. first rovV seated (1-r) Patricia Hutton, JoAnn Maxwell, Carolyn Myer and
McCabe, Patricia Debree, Linda Palen, Beverly Enid Goetchius. improper for a girl to buy wear- Potatoes, Applesauce, Pie, Ice Cream, rtolls, Coffee or Tea
After a wedding trip, the ing apparel for a boy. Will you _
couple will reside on Abeel please tell m e if such gifts a r e
street. 35th anniversary of the Merrill T I C K E T S ADULTS $1-50 CHILDREN 75c
Mrs. Lansing Hunt P a l m e r School in t h a t city. One Rosalia Callaghan's proper?
wcru" Receives Invitation
of the featured speakers will be Answer: Sweaters, ties, socks
The WCTU will hold an insti- Lillian Gilbreth, consulting en-
gineer and authoress of "Cheaper
Engagement Told (especially if they a r e handmade)
and handkerchiefs a r e entirely
t u t e meeting a t t h e Clinton
Avenue Church, Wednesday. I t ToAttendSymposium by t h e Dozen." suitable to give a m a n you know NEW DESIGNS jjj
The conference brings togeth- well. But a shirt, unless it is an
will be an all-day meeting with outdoor sport shirt, would not o n all items
the morning session beginning a t er, as speakers, leaders from
various fields in order to consider be proper.
10:30. Mrs. Mary Geiselhart,
county president, will be t h e the effectiveness of families to- Who Is Invited t o Rehearsal
speaker. A box luncheon will day in promoting optimum con-
ditions for the growth and de-
D e a r Mrs. Post: When a dinner
be held at noon and the hostess-
es union will serve a beverage. velopment of individuals and to is given the night before t h e
consider needs for t h e future. wedding for the bridal party,,
The Merrill P a l m e r School is should the wives and husbands of
LOVELY a n endowed school, specializing t h e married a t t e n d a n t s be in-
in research on family life, main- vited to this?
Paint it yourself! I
BABY GRAND taining for its study a large nur-
sery school, recreational groups
Answer: Unless t h e r e
definite reasons why they can't
FLXLY G U A R A N T E E D of children a t various ages and
consultation services for married
be invited—such as expense or
the new I
LOW PRICE couples and parents.
lack of space—the wives and
husbands of t h e married attend-
ALSO F U L L L I N E The school draws its students
from cooperating colleges and
a n t s should be invited.
universities throughout the coun-
NEW PIANOS try. D e a r Mrs. Post: Is it neces- Planter
Mrs. Hunt, d a u g h t e r of t h e sary to tip a messenger who de- Pr. Canape
late Dr. John I. Becker and Mrs. livers a telegram?
JAMES H. WINTERS MRS. L A N S I N G H U N T Becker of Poughkeepsie, was
honored with the Merrill P a l m e r
Answer: It is not considered
necessary but it is a general
Plate Hanging Trayt
Mrs. Lansing Hunt of Lomont-
117 C L I N T O N A V E N U E ville has received an invitation to Fellowship as a student from practice among the generous.
P H O N E 1740 a three-day symposium on family Cornell University where she r e - % * * * A lovely 10 in. black metal plate
life to be held in Detrot, Dec. 7, ceived her BS degree. Are you planning a buffet with gold spray decoration on
8 and 9 in celebration of the Since coming to the Kingston dinner? Mrs. Post is sorry she rim. Planter is permanently at-
area, Mrs. H u n t has done substi- (Lipgar Photo) cannot answer personal mail. tached. The design is stenciled
IMMANUEL Young Charmers
t u t e teaching a t the Kingston Mr. and Mrs. J o h n J. Calla-
High School and has also been ghan of Mt. T r e m p e r and Brook-
on the faculty of the Onteora lyn have announced t h e engage-
Leaflet E-29, "Buffet Dinners,
Lunches, and Suppers," describe
details. T o obtain a copy, send
and numbered. The paints are
Central School. m e n t of their daughter, Miss 10 cents in coin to Dept. E P , match them up!
LUTHERAN CHURCH Your Best Friend!
Rosalia Anne Callaghan to F .
William Sheehan. He is the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Brendan
c / o T h e Kingston Daily F r e e -
man, P. O. Box 99, Station G,
New York 19, N. Y.
D. Sheehan of Troy. (Released fcy T h e Bell Syndi-
Miss Callaghan is a graduate cate, Inc.) Watte Basket
Second Advent Service of Bishop McDonnell Memorial 4 <ty .-;-• \
High School, Brooklyn and the
Barbizon School also t h e Art Club Notices Desk Bosket
Students League in New York
Wednesday, Dec. 7,1955,7:30 P.M. city. She is currently employed
by the Kingston T r u s t Company,
The Mothers' Club of I m m a c u -
late Conception School will hold Hanging Picture 1
its regular monthly meeting Troy
P A S T O R E. L. WTTTE Mr. Sheehan is a g r a d u a t e of
Hillside School and La Salle In- Wednesday immediately follow-
s t i t u e Troy, and M a n h a t t a n Col- ing church services in t h e school
Sermon Theme: lege, N e w York city. H e is con-
tact representative for the
hall. All members a r e requested
to a t t e n d this meeting as im-
United S t a t e s Veterans Adminis- p o r t a n t m a t t e r s are to be dis-
The Promise Given Unto Abraham tration in Ulster and four sur- cussed. 260 Fair St., Kingston I
"And in thy seed shall all the nations of the
rounding counties, and is officor-
in-charge of the Kingston office W o m e n ' s Club %tttttttt&ff*.^tttt^&Wtt&m>&^^^tt&^BiZ<
on F a i r street. The Women's Club of the
world be blessed," Gen. 22:18. YWCA will meet T h u r s d a y a t mtmMW*Mm&Kw*mvmfm*mmwammwmm^
Personal Notes 2:30 and Mrs. Raymond Rignall
i ^umiy jemy &mi jfoi- \
of La Pas, Bolivia will be the
The Doors Are Open to All Mr. and Mrs. Percy Johnston guest speaker. Her topic, £M6J
"Women of La P a s . " This is an
of 63 Main s t r e e t will celebrate open meeting and the public is
t h e i r Golden Wedding anniver- cordially invited.
sary a t the Klrkland Hotel, Sat-
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u r d a y with relatives a n d friends.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher P o n c k h o c k i e Congregation-
I Safford & Scudder, Inc. Wells, 753 Broadway, celebrated al Church will-hold a food sale
their 25th anniversary at the at the home of Mrs. Rudy
R E C J f T E B E R J E W E L E R , AMERICAN CEM SOCIETY Brookside R e s t a u r a n t with her Schoepf F r i d a y a t 1 p. m. All
family and friends. Mrs. P e t e r home-made food will be on sale.
Serving the Public for 5 Generations $ Benicasa of 26 E a s t St. J a m e s The public is cordially invited.
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street, daughter and James
fivil Air Patrol
8 9 r u n j u t Wells of 753 Broadway, a son,
2 310 WALL ST.
i Thrill your little girl with this
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Civil Air Patrol Meets "
T h e r e will be a regular meet-
ing of Kingston Squadron, Civil
Air Patrol, both seniors and
Kingston Squadron, Civil Air cadets, at the MJM School
p a t t e r n ; little lacy scallops the P a t r o l will meet Wednesday a t Wednesday a t 7:30 p. m.
dainty edging on shrug. 7:30 p. m. a t the MJM school,
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