A L T A M O N T ( N . Y.) E N T E R P R I S E * F R I D A Y , S E P T E M B E R 10, t&71 gold-frame mirror, several- orld kerosene lamps, 3- copper- coal theme of this subtle many-thread- Governed" by Arthur Krock, "The
SECTION T W O — PAGE FOUR trivets, old flat irons, candle hods,' reverse painting o»,; gljass,
snuffer, 2 b a r room type chairs, several lovely pictures an#" fram-
B e r ti e e d ' and deeply,' moving . novel. Kings of Vain Intent" by Graham
Arthur Cavanaugh's novel is. one Shelby, and "Illustrated Encyclo-
The color and flavor of honey
RCA 2 1 " TV, 2 batter pitchers, es, brass wall sconce, WeQgewoqtf
pattern base kerosene lamps, old cracker j a r , unusual Wedgewood
HELDERBERG LUTHERAN r ML PI v*j& of those magie books that.pull the pedias of World Coins" by Burton
varies with the source of nectar. Auction Sales books, German doll (horseshoe covered cake dish, cut glass bowls,
PARISH reader into a real and vivid world. Hobson and Roebrt Obojski.
ROY S. HOTALING AUCTION
— The undersigned, having sold
marking), blue and white coverlet, 6-bottle table castor, 5^-boiftle table
several old quilts and quilt tops, castor, copper lustre tea set, over
old red-white" and blue coverlet, 200 pieces of excellent pressed and
Rev, Arthur J. Henne, S.T.M.
Sunday, September 12th:
9 a. m. The service, St. John's, POST and RAIL - $3.75
Robbie searches for his own self,
only to find it, as w e all do, by
Fall and winter library hours
are: Monday, Tuesday and Thurs-
Other new bpoks at the Berne day 3 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.;
his home, has commissioned us to blankets, spreads, quantity of old pattern glass, carnival glass, paper- East Berne. Library a r e : "The Consent of the Saturday, 10 a. m. t o 4 p. m.
sell the following at public auc- buttons, brass Miller lamp, old weights, quantity of old blue and 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, St.
tion, located just off Route 43 (or
Delaware Ave.) at No. 7 Elm Ave.
bracket lamp and reflector, Ger- white Copeland Spode djshes, 3 Paul's, Berne.
man "Handwerck" doll, 1 other lobster dishes, clawfoof bookcase, 10:4 a. m. The service, St.
in the VILLAGE OF DELMAR on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, a t
large German doll, several old oak extension drop-leaf table, pi- Paul's, Berne.
clocks, such as schoolhouse clock, ano lamp, sectional bookcase, oak
LONG LUMBER CO. FLEA fARKET AND BARGAIN BAZAAR
Sermon Notes 2100 New Scotland Rd.
AT 9:30 a. m„ sharp: ANTIQUES a n d 2 gingerbread clocks, solid brass library table, several pieces of old- The text will b e Luke 17:11-19, EVERY SUNDAY — 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS — mantel clock with outside escape- brass and iron, lovely Rubina wa- the healing of the 10 lepers.- Here N E W S C O T L A N D , N. Y. AT T H E
Westinghouse 2-door refrigerator- ment, beehive clock, 2 cottage ter set ( e x c ) , Oriental umbrella as in last week's text a Samaritan
Niverville freezer combination (exc), walnut
knee-hole desk, wash stand a n d
clocks, iron mantel clock, walnut holder, several sets of goblets and is the main
case Waterbury mantel clock, An- wines, German stein with lithopane from Galilee figure. To journey
Phone (518) - 439-1661
Fox Creek Auction Arena
china closet combination, round
sonia china clock (a nice one), bottom, pair carriage lanterns, necessary forto Jerusalem his was Allan Deitz of Guilderland were
Mission mantel clock, brass trum- Bavarian t e a set, several old china ciples to pass Jesus and Samaria, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
dis- ROUTE 43 — WEST BERNE
Exchange walnut drop-leaf table (exc), wal-
nut marble-top dresser, Windsor
arm chair, brass clothes tree, OG
pet, piano lamp base, old cham- bowls, tiger maple single bed, Vic- an area which for centuries was
bers, mandolin, old scales, tin cof- torian hanging mirror, oak rocker, "foreign" territory Mrs. Clyde L. Ball.
SPACE R E S E R V A T I O N S N O T R E Q U I R E D
DOOR P R I Z E S — R E F R E S H M E N T S — REST ROOMS
N I V E R V I L L E , N. Y. mirror, 2 walnut Victorian side
al Jews (see
fee grinder dated 1905, wooden arrow-back rocker, spindle-back 2 Kings 17:24ff). toJesus himself • Mr. and Mrs. Seward Tellier of
chairs, oak rocker, 2 Victorian planes, old brass auto horn, glass- high-chair, walnut dining room refers to the Samaritan as "this Williamson have been spending a AUCTION SALES Almost Every Sunday, 12 Noon
SATURDAY, SEPT. 11th platform rockers, Martha Wash- ware and china such as pressed suite (good), wicker spring rocker, foreigner." (v. FLEA MARKET A N D AUCTIONS
S T A R T I N G A T 6:30 P. M. ington sewing cabinets, beautiful and pattern glass, Bristol vase, maboo easel with brass trim,' cast Samaritan who18) Again it isgive few days with Mr. and Mrs. Maver
turns back to
oak secretary, cherry drop leaf chocolate pot, Ironstone ware, iron tea kettle, large spinning thanks, and thus becomes the Becker. CONDUCTED BY CATER'S AUCTION SERVICE
P R E V I E W -- 4:00 P. M. table, stenciled Boston potty chair, blue milk glass hen on the nest, wheel ( e x c ) , old railroad lanterns, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scrafford GALLUPVILLE, N. Y.
cord bed (very good), pine chest old salts, depression glass, old child's lift-top school desk, Rayo model of true religion. are spending a few days in the
The undersigned has with walnut pulls, walnut rocker, goblets, old toothpick holders, lamp, RS Prussia bowl with red In healing the lepers we may Amish country in Pennsylvania.
carnival glass, cut glass pitcher, mark (a beauty), cranberry glass, note that Jesus respects the law of Miss Audra Ingraham of Clarks-
authorized ladder-back chairs, several old
pictures and frames, pine wash vases, 7 piece water Set, bowls, vaseline glass, pewter tray, cast the Jewish community. He in- ville spent the weekend with her Wheelers and Dealers Association
NIVERVILLE stand, pine blanket chest, spindle- ice cream dish, relish dishes and iron still banks, pair brass and- fracts them to show themselves to aunt, Mrs. Jesse Sholtes. Flee Marketeers - Showtime - Sell It, Swap It, Trade It
back chairs, cedar chest, leather nappies (most all perfect), Heisey irons, large delft platter, Stafford- the priests (v. 14). Under the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boyden,
EXCHANGE covered trunk, Atwater-Kent radio, water pitcher, daisy and button shire Toby pitcher, yarn wilder, law about lepers the men could Jr., and son of Vermont spent the FLEE MARKET
pine one-drawer wash stand, large pitcher, old spooners, opalescent, mustache cup and saucer, shaving re-enter normal society only after weekend with his parents, Mr. and
to sell the contents of her RS German h a t pin holder, Nor- cup, end of day vase, several old the priests declared them clean Mrs. Donald Boyden, REVIEW
tiake china, Weller, set of 6 pew- crocks and jugs, old newspapers, and made atonement for them (Le-
WEEKLY BOOK Sr. New Location
Albany, N. Y., home. The weekly book review sub-
ter sherberts with saucers, Rose- several old almanacs dating back viticus 14:20). So Jesus is con- mitted by the Town of Berne SUNDAY, SEPT. 12th — (IF RAIN, SEPT. 19th)
PARTIAL LISTING: ville pottery, old violin, old viewer, to 1828, r a r e old books such as cerned for the social as well as the Library follows: 10 A. M. to 6:30 P. M.
bisque, sterling and coin silver, "Helderberg Harmonis" by Mada- phvsical well-being of the men. CORNER FISH, H O U S E R O A D A N D R O U T E 29
The interesting point in the text Rare is the novel that re-
Complete service f o r 8, Interna-
tional Sterling silver; rosewood IS - $1.0 miniature oil lamo, oblong butter lene Merritt and "Songs of the
bowl and ladle, Moose ink well, Helderberes" by Madalene I. La- is that the faith of the Samaritan creates theand large tragedies of
mysteries, the warmth, D I R E C T I O N S - North of Amsterdam, N. Y. — to intersection
of Routes 30 and 29, go east on 29 f o r approx. 7 m i . - OR --
Victorian love seat; other Victor- (Cushion Varieties) cooking ware, small electrical ap- Grange, plus a large quantity of is connected to his giving thanks. childhood with such power and north of Scotia, N. Y., on Route 147 to Route 29, go west on 29
ian pieces -- Table, side chairs, pliances, old lanterns, oak chest other antique items that haven't The evidence of faith is gratitude. warmth that they might be our for approx. 3 m i . -- OR - approx. 13 m i . west of Saratoga Springs
wall mirror, wash stand, and dres-
ser; round pine tavern table; old
l i b r a r y table ( b u t t e r n u t ) ; gold House Plants — Cacti
s of drawers, Stanley skill saw, elec- unpacked y e t for this exceptionally The absence of this trait on less own. In "Leaving Home," Arthur
tric jig saw, plus the entire con- big sale. Terms cash or good today than in Jesus' time largely Cavanaugh, with the gifts of a
tents of a woodworking shop which check. Lunch available. Preview explains the discontent and dis- born storyteller, has brought to
on Route 29.
14-ACRE M E A D O W W I T H F A C I L I T I E S A V A I L A B L E
Sellers Set Up between 9 and Noon -- No Appt. Necessary
corner chair; gooseneck rocker, include antique and modern tools, 11 a. m. until sale time day of interest in life which affects so life the haunting and spellingbind- S E L L E R S ~ * $ 4 — B U Y E R S -- 50c a C A R
also oak rockers; pine blanket plus much much more. Terms sale. Don't miss this outstanding many in our own time. ing representation of our own not- (Covers Admission and Parkina)
chest; marble top chest of draw- cash or good check. Lunch avail-1 antique sale of some exceptional SS At St. Paul's Sept. 12 quite-forgotten past.
ers; 2-drawer night stand; clothes able. Preview 9 a. m. day of sale. old and r a r e pieces. Everyone is The staff to be installed at the
Don't miss this large and out-| clean and in good condition. service this Sunday includes: Spanning the years of the de-
tree; magazine rack (bow-back); Gallupville 872-0665 standing sale of antiques and SPECIAL NOTE.: This will be our Jean Wright, superintendent; pression, the Second World War,
candle stand; piano stool: ass't
frames and prints -- old Sailing
plaques; OGee m i r r o r ;
gingerbread mantel clock. Lamps
household furnishings and tools. If last flea market of the season. Pat von-Haugg, nursery; Kathy and the fifties, "Leaving Home" is
you are looking for something for All dealer space will be free. Make Herzog and Linda Hempstead, the story of Robbie Connerty, the
your home or shop, you can't help your plans now to attend this one. kindergarten; Sarah Hulick, 1st youngest in a large, loving and
but, find it in this fine old home. Flea market runs from 9 a. m. grade; Joyce Harvey, 2nd grade; totally human Brooklyn Irish
By order of ROY S. HOTALING. to 6 p. m. Fifty dollars in cash Esther Komjathy, 3rd grade; Joan family, a boy growing up in a
-- Tiffany type table,
Washington satin, whale oil and
oil lamp with m i l k glass shade.
ALTAMONT TILE CO., INC.
Sale conducted by Cater's Auction prizes will be given away free. Bentley, 4th grade; Jean Smith, atmosphere of warmth and af-
Service, Gallupville. Douglas A. Anyone attending the flea market 5th grade; Charlotte Jones, 6th fection, but. haunted by the fear
Cater and Douglas A. Cornwell, or auction is eligible to win. grade; Sharon Schmidt, 7th grade; that he is somehow unwanted. The
I and SAL
Signed Quezal shade. Glassware auctioneers. Auction sale and flea market eon- Fred Wukits, 8th grade; Lorrain small signs that mistakenly tell % To Be Held at
-- Cut, pressed, carnival (purple, 11 L E N A N N DRIVE ducted by Cater's Auction Serv- Bogardus, 9th and 10th grade; Robbie that his birth was unwel- ST. SOPHIA CREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH
orange and green); signed Hei- ice, Gallupville, telephone 872-0507. Esther Shultes, adults. come, gradually acquiring weight
sey; 101 pattern glass bowl and with the passing years, at last un-
platter, also bullseye pattern
ALTAMONT, N. Y. — R. O. 2 OUTSTANDING A N T I Q U E Douglas A. Cater and Douglas A. Dedication Service Sept. 19 raveled and exercised when it is 440 Whitehall Road, Albany, N. Y.
glass; Flue-blue; compotes; hand- AUCTION AND FLEA MARKET Cornwell, auctioneers. The dedication .service for con- almost too late, form the central
• SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, at firmation students will be held at
painted bowl; Carmel slag; R.S.
Prussia piece. Brass — Candle- MARBLE — SLATE the Fox Creek Auction Arena lo-
cated on Route 43 (or new Route
the service at each church on Sun-
day, Sept. 19. All parents and
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15 • - 1 1 A..M. to 10 P, ML
sticks, old book ends (raised ea-
gles), parrot cage, etc.; copper
C E R A M I C T I L E — MOSAIC
443) in the village of West Berne
(our biggest and best this year),
West Berne members of the parish are invited
to take part in the service.
THURSDAY, S E P ! 16 - - 1 A, M. to 9 P. I
teakettle; wash bowl and pitcher;
shawl; Shaker bonnet; dated
( M o r t a r or Mastic Walls)
at 12 noon, sharp, EXCEPTIONAL • B E A V E R D A M R E F O R M E D CITY GLASS COMPANY
ANTIQUES': Rose medallion tea- Rev. Bruce B. Goodwin REFORMED CHURCH S P O N S O R E D BY A L B A N Y C H A P T E R H A D A S S A H
patchwork quilt; old post cards pot in wicker basket, signed LCT "All K i n d s of Glass P r o d u c t s "
and buttons; canes; cannonball Workmanship is Guaranteed, and Saturday, September 11th: Rev. Bruce B. Goodwin, B.D.
complete (also numbered), 2 10 a. m. The Guild will hold a
andirons; Kalbe's Imperial Vox Performed by Experienced and grandfather's clocks, several beau- bake sale a t Schoonmaker's store. Sunday, September 12th: MIRRORS - T A B L E T O P S DONATION $1.00 H. J . T O O L E Y , Mgr., Delanson, N. Y. V
Humana (1890 - Accordion); pi- Qualified Mechanics. Material of tiful Gone with the Wind lamps, 9:30 a. m. Worship service.
ano (child's m i n i a t u r e ) ; child's the best Q u a l i t y . Industrial — Sunday, September 12th: W I N D O W GLASS
several banquet lamps, a lovely 10:45 a. m. Church school.
w r i n g e r ; comp. dolls; t r u n k ; Ig. Commercial — Residential. Spe- 11 a. m. The regular schedule
pair of cranberry lustres, a pair of worship services will resume.
iron kettle; crocks and jugs; Ig. cialists in Residential Remodeling of ruby lustres, beautiful refinish- Tuesday, September 14th: William B. Stapleton
insulators -- and many, many oth- ed dry sink (perfect), marble-top C O M M U N I T Y NOTES 10 a.' m. Bible study class will
meet at the Williamson home. Prop.
er items. stands, 2 marble-top commodes, The Friendly League will meet Study will be II Timothy.
— T I L E REPAIRS — cherry drop-leaf table, Victorian Sept. 18 a t the home of Hazel P h o n e (518) 355-5672
T E R M S - Cash or Good Check gentleman's chair, 2 lovely hang- Hunter, 2109 Gray St., Schenec- Wednesday, September 15th:
Including Essential Plumbing
Sale by Order of ing hall lamps, approximately 20 tady. 7:30 p. m. Guild for Christian 1068 C u r r y R d . — S c h e n e c t a d y
MRS. PEARL ROSENBERGER nice pieces of bisque including sev- Mrs. Trma Casper of New Service at the Friendship House.
139 Church Rd., Albany, N. Y. FREE ESTIMATES eral large pieces, several old dolls Jersey, sister of Mrs. Fred Dom- Study book: Elvena Williamson.
R A Y M O N D W. A L L E N
Auctioneer and Sales Mgr. — P h o n e a —
(bisque, china, composition, one ino, brought their niece and Topic: "With Words."
with brown eyes), hanging domes, nephew, M r . and Mrs. Anthony Sue. Smith and Betty Ebel.
pair girondolas, wash bowl and Senderl, who arrived from Ger- Hostesses'. Linda Hummel and
pitcher sets, 2 lovely prism hang- many to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Charlotte Shultes.
Niverville, N. Y. 12130 ing lamps, schoolhouse clock, Domino, Tuesday. They all visit- Monday, September 20th:
Phone: (518) 683-4451
861-8532 — 861-6680 — 482-9040
steeple clock, gingerbread clocks, ed the Cobleskill Fair and Friday
mantel clocks, dome shade lamps, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Senderl
Day of Commitment. Weekly Market Report
OES N O T E S
and Fred Domino left for Niagara The first meeting of Uhai Chap- From Cobleskill on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Falls and spent the weekend there, ter, OES, of the fall season will
returning Sunday evening. be held on Tuesday, Sept. 14. To
The four Kepplers spent Satur- start, off on a social note it will
WHEN YOU NEED At 2:00 P. M.
PAUL SEZ: day night with their grandparents, begin with a covered dish supper
Mr. and M r s . Vernon Schanz. at 6:30 p. m. at Masonic hall.
Recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Chicken, biscuits and gravy will be US WE'RE HERE COWS As High as $24.00 per C w t .
Vernon Schanz were: Mr. and Mrs. furnished. Bring salad or dessert B U L L S As High as $28.50 per C w t .
GOOD LUCK • . . Slingerland and three sons of New and your own table service.
Jersey, Melvin and Erna and the TO PROVIDE SERVICE V E A L S As High as $53.50 per C w t .
C O M M U N I T Y NOTES
ON THE SCHOOL YEAR OF 1971-1972, KIDS! f! Keppler family.
Eric Shultes of Albany visited DO YOU W A N T T O R E C E I V E T H E S E H I G H M A R K E T
Advertise in the Enterprise. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. PRICES? Call Middleburgh 827-5421 or Cobleskill 234-7481.
I HAD A LOT OF FUN WITH THE DAILY Verni Shultes, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ruth Hammershaimb of FRANKLIN I SHULTES We also take in calves on Mondays, Wednesdays a n d Fridays
Syracuse spent the weekend at her
COUNT-DOWN. THACHER RADIO & I V . home here.
872-0731 — A X 5-7190 till 1:00 o'clock. Closed Saturday in Cobleskill.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wright and Esther Shultes
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harvey and
872-0731 We Also Specialize in Dairy and
PREMIUM FRESH GROUND ISLE OF GOLD spent
Authorized Motorola Dealer son, Jeffrey, in the the weekend at
Green Pond Adirondacks. Farm Equipment Dispersals
LEAN - MEATY COLOR - B&W T V - STEREO Mr. and Mrs. Robin Edward Muriel Snyder
Johnson of Chicago spent the 872-1587
M O T T I E and B I L L -- Owner-Managers.
2-year Free Service and Parts on weekend at the home of her
any Motorola Color 2 1 " o r larger. mother, Mrs. Ruth Hammer- M A N A G E R ' S N O T E : I f y o u have a d a i r y y o u would like to sell
Fair Trade Prices. Service on all schaimb. Berne, N. Y.
privately, call us now. We are in need of one.
major brands. Miss Tina Porter and Miss El-
eanor Dilmar collected the sum of
Bx 3 8 4
o 2 lbs 4 7 4 Car Radios Repaired'
$106.52 for the Muscular Dystrophy
Telethon in this area.
Rev. and Mrs. Franklin Deitz of
Lawyersville and Mr. and Mrs.
Nut Strained Baby Food 69c as
""1 ' irjll»l " ninrKni giwwijjMi
AUTO SKI AMERICAN
Campbell's Tomato Soup d 39c
u<*.*/&• 2 3 c
OWMOHLE fastest service ;
in town from
Any Drug Shelf Item 10% off SHELL
1—1971 CAMARO, 24 HP, Demo.
List Price $965 NOW $690 TRUCKS >nrfiln>ifi-mi'iiifc
REGULAR SIZE 1—1971 BONANZA, 19 HP - New a feature of American Sta-Warm Service
PEACHES No-Pest Ivory Liquid
List Price $725
1—1972 AVENGER, 35 HP, Deluxe, New
In any emergency... car whenever yoa need o3...you get the fastest serv*]
ice from our radio dispatched tracks. Of course yon also get AMERICAN*'
2 POUNDS List Price $1275 NOW $1095
Brand Heating OO with SXA-CUAM* . . . the dean-burning, economical ofl.
494 $1.39 334 1—1972 BONANZA, 19 HP, New
List Price $775 * NOW $695
SALES and SERVICE
STA-CUSAN is the heat-improver additive that fights rust ~~ keeps yo
.burner nozzle clog-free. Call as for fall details, today!
•STA-CLEAK IS American Ot*»
:| PRICES FOR F R I . - SAT., SEPT. 10-11 O N L Y RIGHTS R E S E R V E D TO L I M I T Q U A N T I T Y } lor the additives used i*
, AMEWCAN Brand Heating Of
EMPIE'S Food Market U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMPS ACCEPTED
Bridgeway Lumber Inc.
2316 Western Ave. -- Guilderland
I Phone 872-9943 BERNE, N. Y. PHONE 438-4458 179 No. Main Ave. Albany, N. Y.
P H O N E 489-3266