Gloversville NY Leader Republican 1939 Grayscale - Fulton History by okyestao



     FRIDAY, MAY                                                                                                                   THE                                             CLOVERSVILLE AND JOHNSTOWN, N. Y.                                                                                                                                                .PACE
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     Band Music Will                                                                 Liquor Drinkers b County Get                                                                 R e d Men A r r a n g e North End Property                                                         Senate Passes  Jacqueline Cbeabte, sf I t Wood-
                                                    Social Topics                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ward avenue, will sing over WOT

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     Scout Camporee                                 of die Day
                                                                                     Only an Ounce as Tax Goes On
                                                                                         Drinker* of bard liquor ta fill-.bold but no definite action wa»
                                                                                      ton County will find their Individ-**'    taken, It ta expected the
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  S:S0. She had been auditioned

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Passage In the Senate has been morrow for a permanent place oa
                                                                                                                                                                               Tribe Will Gather at n ta w ,j clpi , t ,<| thtjt ^ow.. accorded the bill of Assemblyman the air.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  tomorrow morning between • sad
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  heretofore and hi trying out to-

                                                                                      ual drinks limited to one ounce will be settled at a special meet-                       R o o m * M o n d a y t o C e l - tions for the legal transfer of Denton D. Lake of GloversvUle,
             Sixty-Piece Band of Berkshire Festival                                   each If action taken at a meeting lag, to be held Thursday afternoon.                    eru-ate 1st A n n i v e m a r v P r o P« r t l # i *n North Main and {amending the penal law, making it
                                                                                                                                June 1, to which all liquor dealers                                             ' | Spring street, for a site of the aew , misdemeanor to sell any article
             Northviiie School Will A festival ta to be held tonight | j f * > ™ 0 0 9*9*0 0 ftg" *B * £ of the county will be invited                                    On Monday evening at S In their GloversvUle post office will be of merchandise with the knowledge
                                                at the Berkshire echool under the £*™1           V* **", -, 5 * L l        ""       Leo Sturm, vtce-preatdent. pre-                                                consummated "some time In the im- that It does not contain Its mark
             H e l p M a k e J u n e _ 4 B i g j au.pic*a c l h . Parent-Tead r A.- ^ ^ ^ a t t ^ n ^                   h S d ^ aided la the absence of Fred wigwam at M South Main street. mediate future,'* although owners of origin conspicuously displayed
             Day at Camp Benton »ociation.                                            la the county.
                                                                                                                                                                       Alogonquin Tribe 5M. Improved
                                                                                                                                •dick, president. Two new mem- Order of Red Men, will celebrate of the properties have not relin- thereon.
                                                                                                                                bars were admitted. A request for their first anniversary of the quished title, according to a check                          Exception Is contained In the hill,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               PINE LAKE
        The 60-piece band of the North- .Sunshine Claae                                  A resolution was ad<s>ted in the approval of the Association for
     viiie Centralised echool baa been                                                which the one ounce standard was aa Amsterdam advertising project founding of the local tribe.
     engaged for a concert to be given , The Sunshine ciaaa of the Fre- adopted for all members of the as-                                                                The tribe's charter was granted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    made today.                             however, for foodstuffs, consisting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The Procurement Division of the, wholly of vegetablea manufactured                                                       SATURDAY
     Sunday, June 4. at Camp Thomas ; """l * " "                   Methodtat church sociation with a request that those was disapproved.                               May 22. lass, and the Institution Treasury Department In Washing-; or processed within the United                                      MUSIC BY
                                                                                                                                    Cards calling attention to solici- Was aaade in Eagles Hall, after ten, D. C. negotiated more than a, States.                                                         DUANE RUPERT
     Denton, the camp of Sir William ? ] « . . . * . .                    . , 7 . * ^ outside of the organisation               tors seeking advertising or cash which meetings were held for two. year ago for the properties at i n -
     Johnson Council, Boy Scouts of Mrs. Nellie Anderson of IT South abide by the rule.                                                                                                                                                                       Assemblyman Lake's bill Sow
     America at Hope Ralls, in con- Judaon street.                                                                              donations from members to the months In Maccabees Hall. Since | ]}', N o r t ^ Main street sad I goes to the Governor for signature                                     DANCING 9 TO 12
     junction with the three-day camp-                                                   A discussion of setting; a stand- fast they must first secure the then, the Tribe has expanded and Spring street. The price estab-                                                                              BETA SIGMA PHI
     oree for Scouts which opens Friday,                                              ard minimum price for various approval of the association were grown in membership ao that today lished was about $56,000.                                                                                          40c PER PERSON
                                                                                      classes of alcoholic beveragea was distributed.                                                                                                                        Read     The    Leader-Republican
     June 2.                                       A meeting of the Karen Mission-                                                                                     they have large and spacious social            Jane H. WiUard la**m»r of the C U u B j f l # d    g,^,,
        George D. Beckwith, executive ary society of the First Baptist |                       • » . . • • ,          .                                                and lodge rooms, the upper floor property at 117 North Mala street
     secretary, in announcing further church w u held yesterday after- A J ^ J £ a | j |                       ffaJjfonje                                              being their meeting chamber and Mary W. Robertson Is owner of the
     plans for the camporee, which' is noon In the church parlors. White • """' • « • * • " a^anssaassnaoni                         Flag Day Committee                 down stairs being their social property at 119 North Main street
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    and Fred Brundlge owner of the
     expected to bring an assemblage Cross work was done and program T . l . . , . L w r . f r n , f k
     of from 300 to 500 scouts from carried out. Mrs. Mertoa Lascelle • «aaCl I vj
     Pulton, Montgomery and Hamilton gave a talk on "Past History of
                                                                                                         A/Cssls!                   Meets at City Hall                    Much credit reflected on the local property st • Spriag street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Local post office officials said
                                                                                                                                                                       Tribe because in a state-wide mem-
     counties to the camp site, said that the Local Church."
     the concert will be one of the out-                                                       Well Known Resident                                                                                                                no definite
                                                                                                                                         Mayor'* Group to Make bership drive conducted recently today thatreceived here information
                                                                                                                                                                       it placed eighth among all the has been                                  at to Juat
     standing features.                                                                        Paaaea at N.L. Hospital                   Plans at 7:30 Tonight tribes of the state. Much credit when the title to the properties
        The public is invited to attend Kappas Plan Events                                                                                                             la duo the officers of the tribe and will be officially transferred to the
       he concert which is scheduled                Members of the Kappa Epsllon          Abe Kalil Mlshlanle, 43. of Maple         A committee appointed by Mayer the members tor the work they Federal department.
      'rom 2 to i in the afternoon. The sorority met last night with Shir-            Avenue Road, Town of Johnstown, Chauncey C. Thayer to prepare a have done In the first year of the
      •oncert will be directed by William ley Allen, when plans were made died this morning at 10:90 in Na- city-wide observance of National tribe's existence. The officers of
      loseph Brittan, musical director at for a frankfurter roast at the than Littauer hospital following a Flag Week, between June • and it. the tribe at its institution were:
     the Northviiie school. The band camp of Mary Alice Porter, in the brief illness.                                            will hold its first meeting at T:90 Prophet,         Earl Plosa; sachem,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SUV Auxiliary Will
      aaa been organised for a number of near future and the annual senior
     years and has also participated in dinner.
                                                                                          Mr. Mlshlanle was born In Sale-! tonight In the City Building.
                                                                                      m a aft. Lebanon, Syria, and came
                                                                                                                                                                        Rudolph Stander, senior sagamore,
                                                                                                                                    The committee, of which How- Kenneth Hardies; Junior sagamore,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Hold Memorial
     a number of contests.                          The Misses Virginia Bedlngham, to this country when a child. He ard A DeLong, former commander Howard Hill.                                                        The regular meeting of the David
        Mr. Beckwith said that the camp- Clara Riccitiello and Mary Beckler, had lived nearly aU his Ufa in of Harold Wllmot Post, 1ST, Amer-                              Regarding the program for the Butler camp and auxiliary of the
     oree will open on June 2, when the passive members, attended the GloversvUle. He waa a member of ican Legion, is chairman, plans to evening, it will comprise dancing, U. S. W. V. was held last night at
     boys will move into the camp site meeting.                                        S t Mary's Catholic church and enlist the support and coopera- card playing, billiards and many the Armory. Business of impor-
     during the afternoon. At night, a                                                 GloversvUle Aerie of Eagles.              tion of many civic and fraternal other attractions. This party it an tance was transacted regarding the
     huge campflre program is to be
     held to which the public la Invited.        Bridge Club Meets                        The survivors are his wife, Ciel; groups in the community to assure open house affair for all Tribes and services for Memorial Day and con-
                                                                                                                                 the success of the observance.         Pocahontas who can attend. The vention to be held July 9-12 at
     Another campflre program and a                 The Thursday Night Bridge club two brothers, Joseph Kalil Mish-
     Court of Honor is scheduled for held its meeting last night with lanie and Charles Kalil Mlshlanle;                            A diversified and elaborate pro- Tribe wishes to extend an invita- Saratoga.
                                                                                                                                                                        tion to the Na-No-Nee Degree of
     Saturday night. On Sunday morn- Miss Florence Finkle, 69 Prospect one sister, Mrs. Edward Abraham: gram for the week, which will be Pocahontas to attend with mem-                                                It was voted by the camp and
     ing religious service will be held, avenue. A gift was presented Miss             one aunt and several nieces and climaxed by the Elks' annual Flag                                                             auxiliary to donate $2 each to the
                                                                                                                                                                        bers of their families and to all Red Salvation Army. Plana were made
     and the concert is arranged for Evelyn Mullins, who la soon to be nephews, all of GloversvUle.                              Day ceremonies, will be formulated
                                                                                                                                                                        Men and their wivea.
     the afternoon.                              a bride.                                 The body was taken to the Wal- tonight.                                                                                    for the camp and auxiliary to go In
                                                    Prises at cards went to Ruth Fos- rath A Bushouer Funeral Home,                                                        Earl Plost is genersl chairman a body to the Emmanuel Baptist
                                                 ter and Edna Bradt.                   61 Fremont street and wUI re-                                                    and has appointed several commit- church, James street, May 28, for
     Municipal Mother's                             The next meeting will be with main there until Saturday morn-
                                                 Miss Mullins, 6 Helwig street, June ing when It will be taken home.
                                                                                                                                    Rev. Nichols Will                   tees to act.                                 the Memorial services and alto to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     take part In the Memorial Day
     Club Card Party                             2.                                    The funeral will be held at St.
                                                                                       Mary's church Monday morning,                Preach on Sunday                                  Miss Lasher Graduate              It waa voted to send the fol-
                                                                                       the time to be announced. Burial                                                                                              lowing delegates to the convention
     Tuesday Afternoon                           For Mlas Bell
                                                    A pre-nuptial party was given wiU be in Fern Dale cemetery-
                                                                                                                                     The Rev. Chellis E. Nichols wilt
                                                                                                                                  be guest speaker at the Emmanuel                    At Troy Hospital               for the camp: Frank Newton, del-
                                                 Miss Marguerite Bell, by Mrs.                                                    Baptist church this coming Sunday                                                  egate and E. Hopkins, alternate:
        Members of the Municipal Moth-
                                                 Flora Gelinas, at her home, 20                                                   morning. Mr. Nichols, who Is bet         Miss Dorothy Lasher, of 7 Ham- and for the auxiliary, Lillian Beatty,
     er's club have completed plans for
     their annual card party to be held Beaver street, Wednesday night.
                                                                                      J. B. Peck Moves                            ter known as "Daddy'1 Nichols, is ilton street, is among the 24 young delegate, and Frieda Hladik. al-
     on Tuesday afternoon of next week           Mrs. Sophia Kusa and Mrs. Ida                                                    a man much beloved throughout women who will be graduated at ternate.
     when funds for the conduct of the           KUSS entertained with piano num-     Typewriter Store                            New York State.      A former pas the 38th annual Commencement of                     The following were appointed for
     work of the society will be raised.         bers.                                                                            tor at Herkimer, he Is now field the School of Nursing of the Sa- Americanism, Jane Case; hospital-
                                                    There was a mock wedding cere-
        The card party Is to be held % mony, with Marion Procita, Emma                    James B. Peck, dealer in type- representative of the Upstate Bap- maritan Hospital in Troy. Wednes- isation, Frieda Hladtk: child wel-
                                                                                                                                                                        day night at 8:30, In the Hendrick fare, Ella Stewart; national de-
     the afternoon at 2 at the Wayside Bleyl and Mrs. Sophia Kuss taking writers and other business equip- tist Orphanage at Oneonta.
     Furniture store, in South Main part. Dinner was served. The                       ment here for the past 34 years,              Mr. Nichols will speak to the Hudson Hotel. The speaker la to fense, Ella Fagant.
                                                                                                                                                                        be Mitt Sarah M. Sturtevant, pro-               It was voted to hold a party at
     street, formerly the club house of decorations were white and pink will open a new store tomorrow Primary and Junior departments fessor of Education at Toachere Ella Stewart's camp. Bay Shore
     the Pine Brook Golf course. The carnations.                                       morning at 5 Spring street.                of the Sunday school at 12, noon.
                                                                                          Mr. Peck has conducted his                 At "The Old Time Gospel Hour", College in New York city.                         park, Caroga Lake, on June 10.
     play is provided through the co-
     operation of the proprietors, Mr.                                                 business for the past few years at 7:30 P. M., Mrs. Harold Pound will                The baccauaureate service will Supper was served after the meet-
     and Mrs. Edmund P. La Place.                D. G. Invited to Supper               26 North Main street and recently sing. She will be accompanied by take place Sunday morning In St. ing.
                                                    A meeting of Iota Chapter, Delta leased the new quarters where he Mr. Kurt Reidel, flute, and Mrs. John's Episcopal church. Rev. Nel-
        Prises are to be awarded and re- Gamma Delta, was held last nighet                                                                                      piano.
     freshments served. The ticket sale with Miss Patricia Smith. 127 Broad will open tomorrow. He announced Raymond Quackenbussh, "What son M. the sermon. the rector, will      Burroughs,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           S. A. Campaign Will
     has been on for the past two or street. An invitation was received that he will carry a complete line Rev. Walker's topic will be                                  preach
     three weeks and It is likely there to a buffet supper, June 1, from of business machines and make re- a Man Can Do With God."                                                                                                         End This Evening
     will be a large attendance.                                                        pairs.
                                                 Mrs. Peter Slovak, former presi-                                                                                       Power Co. Workman's
                                                 dent of the sorority, in honor of                                                                                      Sight Still in Doubt                            Campaign workert telling mem-
     Robbins and Wilson                          Mollis Hollenbeck, grand treasurer,
                                                 and Miss Smith, who are dele-
                                                 gates to the 1938 convention to be
                                                                                        The Temperature                               Funerals                                                                       berships in the GloversvUle Salva-
                                                                                                                                                                            Some Improvement was reported tion Army auxiliary will meet at 6
                                                                                                                                                                         in the condition of Charles Durant, tonight to make their final report
     Named by Bankers                            held at St. Joseph, Mo.                YESTERDAY                                 Mrs. Caroline Petrueel                 a New York Power A Light Corp. at the St. Jamea Lutheran church.
                                                     The next meeting will be held                  1038 1930        1938 1939       The funeral of Mrs. Caroline Pe- employe, of Albany, who is a pa-                  Chairman George Glonlng stated
         Two officials of GloversvUle with Betty Webster, 74 South Jud- 7 A M                         83    46 Max 74         66 trueel waa held this morning at 9 tient at Nathan Littauer hospital, this morning that a check-up yes-
      banks were elected to office last son street.                                     12 M          69    87 Min 41         66 at the home, 148 West Fulton suffering with powder burnt of the terday disclosed that anoroxlmate-
      night at the annual meeting of                                                    6 P. M. ...68       » Mean 57         63 street, and at 9:30 at Our Lady of eyes and face as the result of a ly half the quota of memberships
      Schenectady Chapter, American Confirmation Sunday                                 TODAY                                     Mount Carmel Church. The Rev. blast which occurred Wednesday hat been told. The goal It 780
      Banking Institute, held at the Elks                                                  7 A M.—SO       12 Noon—07.            D. J. Ottaviano officiated.            s a the Northvllie-Wellt highway, memberships.
      Club in Schenectady.                        At Mt! Camel Church                      Low point for night—St,                   Flowers were from relatives, where he was working.                                  H. H. Ooodemote It treasurer of
         i£arl Robbins was named as one                                                                                            friends and neighbors. Bearers           Some of the powder was removed the Salvation Army funds and per-
      of the vice presidents and Donald              The Rt. Rev. Edmund F. Gib-                                                   were Joseph Rowe, Patrick Caputo, front his eyea yesterday, and sona who have been misted by the
      Wilson a s V m e m b a r of The Board I •*•«. Bishop of the Albany Dio- Buffalo Man Hurt                                    Mario Cloffi and Nuncio DeCaprlo. Durant it reported to be resting neighborhood workert may pur-
      of Director*.                              case of the Catholic church, will In Fall from Car                                  Burial was In Our Lady of Mount easier. Dr. M. *F. Donnelly and Dr. chase memberships from him st the
         Reports indicated the chapter confirm a class of 280 children at                  Fred Buerlein, of Buffalo,             Came) Cemetery.                        John 8. Clement are attending him. Fulton County National Bank
      had completed an unaually suc- Our Lady of Mt. Carmel church at admitted to Nathan Littauer Hos-                                                                      It was reported that It It too
      cessful year, with a present active 3 Sunday afternoon. This is the pital last night about 7:48 after Mrs. Ella* Hodder                                            early to determine juat how seriout Read                 The     Leader-Republican
       membership of 276 of which 286             first visit he has made to the lo- suffering a scalp wound. It it re-              The funeral of Mra. Ellis Hod- are the burnt to hit eyes.                       Classified     Sec lion.
      are attending various institute cal church in eight years.                        ported that Buerlein was getting der waa held this afternoon at S
       courses. The largest class during             The last confirmation was ad- out of a car near the hospital when at the Walrath A Bushouer Fu-
      the year waaJn bank organisation ministered in 1939 by Bishop Em- his foot caught and he was thrown neral Home, 81 Fremont street. The
       and operatioitbshich attracted suc- met M. Walsh of Charleston, 8. to the ground, striking his head. Rev. F. W. Sevan of Fremont
       cessful     regiafmRon     of 44 in C, at the time Bishop Gibbons His condition is good. Dr. M. F. Street Methodist church, officiated.
      Schenectady aid 27 in GloversvUle. was ill.                                       Donnelly la attending him.                    Flowers were from relatives,
                                                                                                                                   friends, neighbors. Welcome class
                                                                                                                                   and the Foreign Missionary Society
                                                                                                                                   of Fremont Street church.
                                                                                                                                      Bearers were Jay Collins, S, W.

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                                                                                                                                   Charles Van Alien and Frank
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                                                                                                                                     Glove Names Winners
                                                               1940 MODEL                                                               The Glove Theatre, in ataocia-
                                                                                                                                    ' tion with The Leader-Republican
                                                                                                     8-WAY                          | aad Herald, conducted two contests
                                                                                                                                    \ hut week en the motion picture
                                                                                                                                    1 "Dark Victory." One. offering a $8
                                                                                                                                    | prise for the best "Dark Victory"
                                                                                                                                    ' story, was won by Miss Virginia
                                                                                                                                    [ Ferguson.
                                                                                                  ELECTRIC                              The second contest, also for a
                                                                                                                                    I cash prise of $8, for the best
                                                                                                                                      criticism of the picture was won
                                                                                              A.C. ANO D.C.                           by Miss Jane Stewart. .

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'I                                                                                                                                                                                Thomas M. Tryniski
                                                                                                                                                                                  309 South 4th Street
                                                                                                                                                                                  Fulton New York

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