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1 '"~pot I Ifill VOL Ill, NO. 9 $1.00 A YEAR FEBRUARY 6, 1958 TEN CENTS IDENTIFY THE MEN AND CHILDREN IN THESE PICTURES ~--- - ~... -l I I Years ago, the Four Corners in Delmar were little more than a country crossroads, It was back in that era I that these two pictures were taken. They were furnished by John Hotaling, who can't quite figure out all of the people represented. A clue: One of the boys in the upper photo is Bob Westervelt, present Town Clerk. You take it from there, The Spotlight will give a S.year paid subscription to the person who can correctly identify everyone in both pictures, Mail your entry to the Spotlight, Delmar, and see how close you come to the right answer. Clue Number Two: We don't have the correct list either! j ' SIX TALENTED ARTISTS IN "GALA PERFORMANCE" In the company of GALA PER FORMANCE, which will be presented at the Bethlehem Central High School at 8:15 p.m. on Monday, February 10, are these expert dancers, ballerinas Shirley Weaver and Mavis Walters, with Jose Falcion. All have had wide professional experience. Miss Weaver has danced in the ballet company of the Metropolitan Opera, the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo and also at the P:ol.per Mill Playhouse. Miss Walters has appeared on Broadway and has danced with the San Carlo Opera Company, the New York Operetta Comapny, and has appeared on television with the Ken Murray Show. Combining their talents with those of the dancers, are Soprano, Angelene Collins and Tenor, james Tushar. The former has distinguished herself as singer-actress in operetta and music al comedy with the leads in 11 The Great Waltz, 11 "Song of Norway" and "Rosalinda. 11 Mr. Tushar has a distinguished background as a singer-actor,. having appeared in such famous musicals 11 as "Carousel," Brigadoon 11 1 "Call Me Madam'' and many others. He has performed in many top television shows, having appeared with Steve Allen, Perry Como, Bob Hope, and Walter Winchell, as well as having part in productions of the Kraft Theater, NBC Spectaculars, Yom Hit Parade and Producers' Showcase, This talented cast of young artists will present a varied program of song and dance including excerpts from ballet, light opera, and modern American Folk music. The concert is sponsored by the Delmar Progress Club to mark their annual open meeting. The public is invited to attend. Because the attraction is underwritten by the Progress Club, tickets are available at the nominal cost of $1.00 for adults and SO for students.

2 PAGE 2 - February 6, 1958 T H E LETTER SPOTLIGHT "I bit da milkman today but me owner's got a poisonal liability policy from ROSE & KIERNAN INSURANCE AND SURETY BONOS 163 DELAWARE AVENUE, ELSMERE, N. Y. Opposite Delaware Plaza Shopping Center Phone We deliver... automatically For your oil burner needs, we offer 'round the clock service-prompt, automatic degree day delivery of Atlantic's famous triple-refined heating oil, with the new additive that helps prevent sludge from forming. Let your comfort this winter be our personal respon sibility. Call or write us-now. We're anxious to serve you. CaiiS-1433 REDMOND & BRAMLEY OIL COMPANY, Inc. To the Spotlight Dear Sir: What can we learn from the bit ter fight put up by the good people in New York City when the fluoridation issue was introduced there? There was, at first, no opporhmity afforded for those opposing fluo ridation to be heard. Many publications refused to print anything against it. Eventually an open meeting was held and many well qualified speakers were heard. This town meeting lasted for almost 16 hours. It was decided to adopt a policy of ''caution.'' A very good statement was is- sued by Arthur C, Ford, Commis sioner, The City of New York, Water Supply, Gas and Elec tricity, States and in the local area who have found evidence of fluoride damage to persons living in fluoridated communities. These medical authorities disagree with the fluoride hypothesis, and they have raised grave questions with respect to the safety of the procedure for an entire population which includes the young, the old, the susceptible and the infirm as well as the healthy, "Unfortunately the forum on the subject of fluoridation is not as open as it should be, even among professions. There has been too much of emotion, blind following and lack of objective thinking by too many people on both sides of the question. "The people of the City of Deportment's position with re New York are entitled to gord to fluoridation of the New know the risks they are being York City Water Supply System asked to assume before en "Under the City Charter, dorsing a program involving the Commissioner of the De so many questions yet un partment of Water Supply, Gas answered,'' and Electricity is charged Arthur C. Ford with the responsibility of Commissioner maintaining the purity and wholesomeness of the city May we ask a rather pertinent water supply. The matter of question? For over 20 years the purity has a direct bearing on water engineers watched that the people, and involves the these unuorides" and "toxic determination and evaluation substances" be kept out of the ot the tolerance of suspect, water supplies, Elswhere it hazardous or toxic sub states that water supplies that stances which may, in some showed a certain amount of manner, gain access to the toxicity were condemned and water supply. Fluoride is a other sources found. Why are toxic substance. fluorides now to be added? "The department has ex If you still believe individuals tensive laboratories staffed can come to sensible conclu by reputable scientists and sions, why don't you let your competent sanitary engineers, Supervisor John M. Oliver know with a massive library in this? Let him know that if you which is contained over five find you need fluorides or that thousand references on the your doctor says it is good for subject of the fluorides alone. you, you would rather take con We have continued to study trolled doses and stop when you and evaluate the effect of no longer need them. toxic substances as related to water supply. The matter PEOPLE DIFFER of fluorides has been under No two living things are a our scrutiny for over 20 like, What may be safe for years. "The addition of fluorides one person may be dangerous for another, There is no standard to the water supplies is not dosage for _ drugs ap coupled with the concern of plicable to all patients nnder maintaining or improving the all circumstances. Water quality of the water or mak supply must be safe for ing it safe, No one has suggested everyone. that dental caries is a waterborne disease or that The sodium fluoride that is water is a cause of dental de used to fluoridate water supplies cay. No satisfactory reason cannot be purchased in your local has ever been advanced to drug store, However, a pharma show why everyone in a community must be compelled to added to a gallon of distilled wa ceutical grade which can be risk life-long extraordinary ter may be had. Instructions from exposure to the toxic action your physician or drugist should of fluorides, particularly be had, also. when safer, more effective Do you still think Fluoridation" and more economical ways of is good for this town? Then administering fluorides for you had better send a letter to caries reduction in children's "Pure Water, - Post Office Box teeth have been pointed 172" for more information. out and are available. Winifred R. Butler "We know of reputable, independent medical authori ties throughout the United Subscribe to the Spotlight today

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4 PAGE 4 - February 6, 1958 TWENTY SEVENTH lii~virslri Sale Everything is priced so LOW Our Birthday Gl FT to YOU!! THE SPOTLIGHT PEWTER EXHIBIT NOW AT r , DELMAR PUBLIC LIBRARY Pewter is part of our history: customs, manners, ways of liv- BUD'S TV SERVICE Route 9-W Selkirk, N.Y. PHONE RO ing, all give w added notes to I';:;:;:;;:;:;;:;:;;:;:;;:;:;;:;:;;:;:;;:;:;;:;:;~ the ways of our forebears - II whether in Europe, America or the East. Mrs. Henry Dumary of Darroch Road in Delmar has collected Pewterfor over 25 years, and the result is a choice collection of American and Continental ware. She has loaned a number of pieces from her collection for exhibit in the Main Lounge of 1 L~~~""" the Delmar Public Library. This or o truckload display will be there until February 10. Our New Seotland Avenue Store is open every evening exeept Wednesday. A pewter teapot which is one Delaware Avenue Store open of the first 10 made in New York DEPT. STORES Thursday and Friday till 9, State is one of 1he rare specimens Incorporated included in this third in a series Corner Second and Delaware Corner N. Scotlond ond Allen of Hobby and Craft exhibits at the Avenues Phone Phone Library. Salt and Pepper which '=====================:::: graced the table of some ances- it will pay you to r tor are there also, and two han- BUY FROM US Bill Lang Special Save Hundreds ON ALL '58 MODELS We Are Forced to Reduce Our New Car Stock to Make Room for More on the Way WtNDSORS NEW YORKERS CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS SARATOGAS "300's" SAYOYS BELVEDERES PLAZAS FURY Imperials 2-Daor and 4-Doar Hardtops ALL BODY STYLES AVAILABLE AIRWAY MOTORS, Inc. Chrysler, Plymouth and Imperial Dealer Broadway at 4th, Rensselaer Open Evenings till 9 dled porringers lend a little more insight into the eating habits of our forefathers. An Absynthe spoon, which is made with slits, enabled one to lay sugar on the spoon and pour absynthe over the sugar into a glass. Two large Belgium Chargers, which are really huge round plates, wed as platters represent the continental, while a wine taster of pewter from China gives the east its place. Pewter has been in and out of popularity for many years but the pieces are well worth seeing at any time. SEPTIC TANK AND DRAINAGE SERVICE SEWERS AND DRAINS CLEANED ELECTRICALLY TORK & PAFUNDA Voorheesville RO S-7386 RO Subscribe to the Spotlight today Have You Visited Our Thrift Shop Kenwood Braille Thrift Shop 221 Lork Street Albany ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS P.O. Box 102, Delmar, N.Y. Visit Our Bargain Room DELMAR LUMBER FREE DELIVERY For VALENTINE GIFTS c Musical Love Express your rege~rd to the love of your life with a recording of the music they like best. You're bound to make o hit! o JAZZ o POP o CLASSICAL WALSH'S Record & Appliance Ctr. 154 Delaware Avenue, Delmar Next to United Cleaners Triple.. $ Stamps on every Purchase PHONE Mon-Fri: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

5 THE SPOTLIGHT Ask Your Doctor About Our Pharmacy! Surgical Supplies - Wheel Chairs~ - Crutches (For Sale or Rent) THE CARROLL PHARMACY 4 Pharmacists Arthur Sterman Albert D. Womer PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Ph G. Ph G. William R. Worner Joyce Nautel B.S. Phor. B.S. Phor. 372 Delaware Avenue, 4 Comers, Delmar - Phone FREE DELIVERY The late G.K. Chesterton once gerates what the world lacks but said: 11 A saint is one who exag- needs. 11 Featuring the "OUNCE OF PREVENTION" that can save your life! ARMSTRONG MIRACLE NYLON TUBELESS TIRES Only Armstrong unconditionally guarantees your tires for life against all road hazards... the longest, strongest tire guarantee in the industry! PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL DEALER YOUR INTEREST IS THE FOUNDATION OF HIS BUSINESS REGIONAL ART EXHIBIT AT ALBANY INSTITUTE IN MAY The dates for the 23rdRegional Exhibition of Artists of the Upper Hudson have been announced by Miss janet Macfarlane, Director of the Albany Institute of History and Art, where the exhibit is held annually. From May 5 through june 8, this very important show will be on public view in the Upper Galleries of the Institute. Any artist living within 100 miles of Albany may submit two paintings or sculpture to be judged by a three-man jury. Selections to be hung in the show will be made solely by the jury. A1). paintings must be at the Institute by 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 20. No paintings will be accepted after that date. The jury will meet on Tuesday, April 22, for the judging. A preview and reception for the artists and their friends, members of the Institute and anyone interested in art, will be held on Thursday evening, May 8, at 8 o 1 clock. The prize winners \-.ill be announced at this time. For any further information on this exhibition, artists may phone or write the Albany Institute of History and Art, 125 Washington Avenue, Albany 10, New York. Your FLOWER GARDEN PYRETHRUM - Mote frequently referred to as Painted Daisy, Pyrethrwn produces showy daisy-like blooms, both singleand double, in shades of white, pink and red. They grow in neat, compact tufts of attractive finely cut foliage from which rise the two foot flower stems. The flowers bloom freely throughout the spring and are particularly desirable for cutting because of their fine keeping qualities. The best time to plant Pyrethrwn is in the spring although early fall planting is also successful. They require full sun and fertile soil rich in organic matter. Grow them preferably in groups of not less than three plants, setting them a foot apart. Whem established, they should be reset every three years for best results. February 6, PAGE 5. on sidewalks When accidents occur on icy public sidewalks, the adjoining property owner is often held responsible, Stores and shops, theaters, churches and res tauronts as well as home owners should use Dow Calcium Chloride to reduce this hazard, Keep DOWFLAKE or PELA DOW handy - spread it on the icy surface of your walks this winter - it wi II minimize this source of accidents and almost certain trouble. HILCHIE'S TERMINAL HARDWARE Elsmere at the GENERAL INSURANCE KATHARINE G. HERRICK AGENCY 119 McCormack Rood Slingerlands The real secret to Better Meals... is the quality of the meat AND It is no secret that we have THE DUALITY! MC CARROll'S SUPER MARKET SINCE Second Av., Albany Corned Beef Our Specialty

6 PAGE 6- February 6, 1958 ~ PETE'S ~ FLYING A SERVICE 4 Corners Delmar LUBRICATION CAR WASHING TUNE-UP THIS LOCATION NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT MAURICE "Pete" GRIDLEY PHONE Your warm friend in cold weather! We Specialize In Servicing G. E. Oil Furnaces WILLIAM McEWAN COAL & OIL CO. SINCE Clinton Avenue, Albany, N.Y HUDSON COAL Call us today for complete details NEW BOOKS AT THE Delmar li~rary The AMERICAN CONSCIENCE by Burlingame is a narrative account of the birth and growth of our way of life. Beginning with the Puritans who became Pilgrims when they landed here and implanted their concepts of human behavior more firmly than we suspect, he traces the peaks and valleys of our actions and reactions in a manner that cannot fail to impress the reader. The story of US is at times, amusing; at others, tragic, but always it moves on with somethinglike a goal in sight just over the hill THE SPOTLIGHT ly there nevertheless. This is a book of didactic thought and purpose but its context, though scholarly, reads easily and cogently. Bemelmans is with us again with his book, WOMAN OF MY LIFE. Here is a story of a man who wants to love but cannot quite get up enough courage to do so despite the blandishments of the women, skilled in the art, whom he meets at one time or another. But finally, as it does to all men, and while in a weak moment, he succumbs and finds himself, with a bride on his arm, bound for a boat which will take them to the United States. Whether or not the plot will ahead - always influenced by a.strike the reader as being imreligious belief which fluctuates IP'"'"""e does not detract from with the expediency of the times the readibility of the story - it and circumstances is compelling- is amusing and provocative. PINE WORK BENCH $14.95 top 2" thick 5" wide 25Y2'' deep 34" high 2" leg stock. Makes work fun. Sui It to toke it. Drawer holds heavy tools. 5 bins for ports. Assemble inlo minutes. Sanded smooth, ready to finish. Money bock guor antee, Free delivery. Send check or money order only. THE SLINGERLANDS SHOP Box 246. Slingerlands, N.Y. FINEST OPTICAL SERVICE - JOHN J. PATTERSON OPTICIAN ROOM I 45 MAIDEN LANE DEMWA~nE n Delmar MODERN ONE.STOP SHOPPING HUSBANDS, WIVES and the CHILDREN may all go their separate ways once the car is parked at the Plaza But ALL enjoy the same satis factory result: Modern ONE-STOP shopping It's SO convenient! Parking space for 1,000 cars - 15 bus fare to and from Albany -Country stare friendliness - Complete city store selection. ALBANY

7 HE SPOTLIGHT ND THE CLOCK"' by P. E. Kezer was awarded first place in black and white print competition at the most recent meeting of the mar Camera Club, Next meeting: Tuesday, February 11. _American ARTIST 11 MAGAZINE NOW AVAILABLE AT Valentine's Day: whatever you do, SAY IT! SHE'LL LOVE THIS (J~ Vaknitnel February 6, PAGE 1 WHAT BETTER WAY TO EXPRESS YOUR LOVE EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR THAT WITH THE MODERN AND EFFICIENT BEAUTY OF A GENERAL fl ELECTRIC LAUNDRY CAREFREE AUTOMATIC LAUNDERING WITH GE'S FABRIC-GENTLE 1958 FILTER-FLO E~wAsHERs A complete line including such modern features as *FILTER-FLO for lintless washes *AGITATOR ACTION for dean washes *TWO CYCLES for selectivity *TWO SPEEDS, for both spin & wash *MULTI-TEMPERATURE for gentleness *WATER-SAVER for partial loads *SUDS-RETURN for hot water savings MODELS ON DISPLAY FROM $ to $ And their perfect companions GE'S GUESS-FREE AUTOMATIC HIGH SPEED CLOTHES DRYERS WITH THESE YEARS-AHEAD GE FEATURE BONUSES, *AUTOMATIC CONTROL ad justs temperature to fabric and shuts dryer off when clothes are dry - not before & not after - no matter how many ar haw wet! *DRIES, FLUFFS, DAMP dries and even sprinkles! *MAGNETIC SAFETY DOOR *EASY-TO-GET lint filter Models $ to $ GENEROUS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES From Penny Valentines to Panda Print Mink Cards we have a complete selection. -ALSO- See our Prevue of Spring Jewelry New California Gilt Selections Country Store Candy 11/J/J Edythe I' /art]ueri GIFT SHOP [ Let us plan and BUILD a ] complete Laundry room for Her - convert that corner of your cellar into a bright and cheerful place to work! Floors, Walls, Ceiling and Decorating - COMPLETE! SPECIAL PRICES ON PURCHASE 0 F BOTH WASHER & DRYER TOGETHER -TERMS-

8 PAGE 8 - February 6, 1958 DflffiHR LIQUOR STOHf Four Corners Pete & K!Jye Jones CALL We Deliver Dalmor -SEND YOUR HUSBAND He' II -come back with the BEST FROM GUTMAN'S OLD FASHIONED MEAT MARKET Here and There.. THE SPOTLIGH Schnurr & Wood Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizers Hardware & Garden Sup pi ies Carmote Paints WATER SOFTE~I~G SALT WILD BIRD SEED SUNFLOWER SEED IT HAS BEEN announced by the Rev. Charles Kaulfuss, Rector Only Top Quality Meats of St. Stephen Is Episcopal! L.;;W..;e...:;D..;e.;;H;.;v..;.;. ' J 1 -N-E-W, H I G-H E R anticipated DIVIDEND 3 ~ ~ Credited March 3 I 4 O 3% Regular 1 /4% EXTRA per year INTEREST DIVIDENDS NOW CREDITED and COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY!ill I II iffilk-!i11!i111!!!!!!1!! 1!!!i!l!!!!!!l!! l!!!!!!i11!i11!1!! 1!!!!!1!1!!1iilil OPEN your account today in 100-year-old City & County Savings Bank. Assets ov"' $85,000,000. You'll enjoy saving here and will certainly approve our prompt friendly service. Simply fill in and moil coupon below with deposit of $5 or more. We 'II send your passbook and postage paid bonking by mail envelopes by return mail. M MIER FEDERAl DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY City & County Savings Bonk 100 State St., Albany 1, N.Y. (or) 301 New Scotland Ave., Albany 8, N. Y. Enclo~ed is $..... Plecue open a ~avings account for me os cheded and mail paubaok to addreu below. 0 Individual Account in my name. 0 Joint Account with.. 0 Trust Account for.... Name.. Address... 0 Send Bonking by Mail Information City Zone... State... The 65 DELAWARE AVE. Church, Delmar, that a course Elsmere Markets of instruction will be given for all who are interested in learning more about the Episcopal Church 1 These discussions on history, beliefs, and practices will be held in the recreation hall of the 'Church oil Th'Ur'Sd.i'i evenii:tgs beginning on February 6 1 at 7:30 p.m. THE PARENT TEACHER A sociation of the Elsmere Elementary School will meet on Tuesday 1 February 11, at 8 p.m. Hamilton Bookhout, supervising Principal of the Bethlehem Central School District 1 will speak on 11 The Challenge Facing the District. 11 The public is invited. CUB PACK 200 of the Delmar Elementary School will have a display in the Delmar Pharmacy window at the Four Corners during Boy Scout Week 1 February 7 through 13, The Pack is also planning its annual Blue and Gold Dinner ro be held on Tuesday, February 18, at 6:30 p.m., in the Delmar Elementary School. Cub Master Richard Erhardt, Cub Pack Chairman G. Perry Dunn, and his Committeemen plan a program after the dinner to include chievement awards, advancement to Webelo, and an appropriate movie. A F ASH!ON SHOW and card party will be held on Friday evening1 February 14, at the Delmar Elementary School at 8 :00 p.m. under the auspices of the Parent Teacher Association of the school. All parents and friends of the school are cordially invited to attend. A white ele- Imparted SINGING Canaries! PARROTS! PARROTS! FULLER'S PET SHOP TELEPHOI'~ Cor. lincoln & Dela. Aves...;D;.e;.l,;;m,;;o;;, _9;_-_,;;18:;:7;.:B:...t Tradition wears a snowy beard, romance is always young. w'hitier Call Hour Service Jeep.Snow Plowing_ Seasonal Contracts Offered J. W. MICHAELS FAST EFFICIENT DELMAR THEATER Fri., Sat., Sun-Feb. 7, 8, 9 "LES GIRLS" Gene Kelly Mitzi Gaynor Kay Kendall Taina Elg -ALSO "HOLD THAT HYPNOTIST" With Huntz Hall and the BOWERY BOYS Plus Cartoon Tues. & Wed,-Feb, 11, 12 E-L-V-1-S P-R-E-S-L-E-Y "LOVE ME TENDER" -Pius- "The Girl Can't Help It" with Jayne Mansfield -Cartoon Carnival- FOWLER'S LIQUOR STORE SEE GEORGE OR HARRY FOR BETTER SPIRITS We Deliver Theatre Building 333 Delaware Ave

9 THE SPOTLIGHT Here & There... February 6, PAGE 9 Ann Rapp, Linda Smith and Les- lr ~ lie St. John. Following the induction, the girls served refresh T ox Consultant WILLIAM G. SCHWING BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ments during the social hour. Telephone Exchange phant table will also be a part of the evening's program. Mrs. Donald Camp is general chairman and assisting her in charge of tickets will be Mrs. Thomas Cudmore and Mrs. John Boddie; door prizes, Mrs. Harold Garinger and Mrs. Earl Jones, Jr.; white "PONDER THE PATH of Thy Feet 11 skit to be presented at the Feb- II ruary 11 meeting of the Woman's Society of the Slingerlands elephant.table, Mrs. G. P. Dwm Community Methodist and Mrs. William Peairs; tables Church. The skit, written by Mrs. Alton S. Rowe and Mrs. Mrs. David DePorte, will be Earl Jones, Jr.; and fashion show, presented by members of the Mrs. Frank Freeman and Miss group. A discussion will follow. Connie Conroe. Refreshments will be served by third and sixth grade mothers. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Walton Sabin and Mrs. llewellyn Hayes. Mrs. John REV. JAMES. R. Rhodes,pastor Pendleton will preside al: the of the Slingerlands Com business meeting. All women munity Methodist Church, has are cordially invited to attend been attending, along with other Methodist ntinisters of the area, the annual ministers 1 Retreat at Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania, The Jtetreat is under the sponsorship the session to be held in Fellowship Hall at 8 o 1 clock. FOUR TEEN STUDENTS OF Charlton School, who are members of the Methodist churches of the school choir, will be of the New York Area with Bishop Frederick Newell presiding guests of the Slingerlands Community Methodist Chw-ch on Sunday, at all sessions. Rev. Rhodes February 8, and will sing was in charge of the song leading during the three days of the meetingsdleston, during the morning service. Mr. and Mrs. Roland J, Hud Superintendents, will A GROUP OF 22 girls was invested recently into the Brownie be with the group, and Dr. W. T. Clemens, Executive Director, will preach the sermon. Scout Troup 321, SIX>nsored by First established in 1895, Hamagrael School Parent-Teacher Charlton School is an interde Association. The ceremonies nominational, Protestant School were conducted by the troop for boys and girls who need a leaders, Mrs. Morton Lilly, Mrs. second chance. It is located Gilbert Drake and Mrs. Peter at Charlton, N.Y. and has a Pagano, with the girls' families fine history of successful accomplishment as an audience, Presented with in its field. Brownie pins were Margaret Armer, Barbara Bicknell, Pricilla Blanchard, Lorraine Suess, Nancy Colvin, Ginger Drake, Candy Eagan, Debbie Eaton, Martha Eells, Patty Eells, Karen Gregory, Robbie Jackson, Robin Leese, Margy Jo Lilly, Donna McQuade, Members of the Commission on Missions, under direction of Mrs. Harold Labrwn, will serve a luncheon to the group after the church service. TRI VILLAGE WELCOME Wagon Newcomers Club will meet Wednesday, Chris Mielnik, Connie Miller, February 12, at 8 p.m. Paula Pagano, Sharon Pineo, Jo- (Continued on Page 12) FEDERAL and STATE RETURNS PREPARED 1709 Western Ave., Albany 3 PHONE Delaware Avenue will be the theme of a ~~=============~!L::2:4;; ;h;o;u;; ;S;; ;; ;;';;,: ====;;;;9; ;3:5:2;4, Store: 4 CORNERS Greenhouses: 454 Delaware PHONES THE TOLL GATE ICE CREAM AND COFFEE SHOP WILL RE-OPEN FRIDAY I FEB A.M. R. E. Zoutner R. N. Zoutner Save During Our FEBRUARY SALE! MODERN CHAIRS ~- ----= 2 j for. $39.95 Styled I ike costly Doni sh modern chairs in handsome walnut finish. Choice of white, black or coral BOL TAFLEX or durable brown homespun, SOLD SINGLY $21.95 JOHN B. HAUF, INC. "The House of Quality"' Central Avenue. Albany. N. Y.

10 PAGE 10- February 6, 1958 T eijijutt's CHURCH CALENDAR of EVENTS THE SPOTLIGHT FIRST REFORMED CHURCH Bethlehem-Selkirk, Rev. Theodore W. Luidens, minister. SUNDAY SCHCOL- 9:45 a.m. WOt<SHlP S.Et<VlL~: 11 a..rh. Youth Fellowship- 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Release time class, 1:10 p.m.; Jnnior Choir 7 p.m.; Senior Choir 8 p. m, CLARKSVILLE REFORMED CHURCH on Delaware Turnpike, Clarksville, Rev. C'harles W. Smith, Pastor. SUNDAY Morning Worship: 9:45 ONESQUETHAW Reformed Church, between Route 32 and Clarksville. Rev. Arthur Hamberg, Pastor. SUNDAY: 11 a.m. Church School; 12 Noon-Worship Service. CLARKSVILLE GOSPEL FEL LOWSHIP meets at the home of Rev. Wendell Hiltsley, Olive St. POplar SUNDAY-7:30p.m. Gospel Meeting. TUESDAY-7 p.m. Jolly Teen Time THURSDAY - 7:30 p.m. Bible Prayer Hour. UNIONVILLE REFORMED Chu.ch Delaware Turnpike, Unionville - Rev. Louis H. Chisman. SUNDAY: 10:00 a.m. Sunday School; ll:ooa.tn. Worship Service ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Elsmere Ave., Delmar Rev. Charles H. Kaulfuss. SUNDAY: 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist; 9:30 a.m. The Family Eucharist (All classes with the exception Kindergarten, will attend Church Service and then proceed to their class in Church School after the first part of the Service; 11 a.m. First Sunday-Holy Communion; other Sundays; Morning Prayer. (Nursery). NEW SCOTLAND PRESBYTERI AN CHURCH, Rev. Homer B. Silvernail. SUNDAY, 10:30 a.m. Church Worship; 11:30 Church School; 7:30p.m. Youth Fellowship. The Calendar of Church Events is span so red by~ TEBBUTT FUNERAL SERVICE We ore proud of our record of more than 100 years of dignified, dependable service. Our reputation was built on conscientious attention to the individual needs of every family we serve at prices that all can afford. 420 Kenwood Avenue, Delmar Also 176 State Street, Albany BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Chu<eh Cor. Elm and Murray Aves -Rev. Lawrence Heuchert, 440 Kenwood Avenue, Telephone SUNDAY, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Bible Study (Adults) 11 a.m. Worship Service TUESDAY: 10: 30 a.m. Bible Study (Adults) SATURDAY: 10 a.m. Weekly Confirmation Class. COMMUNITY METHODIST Chu<eh, Slingerlands, Rev. James R. Rhodes. THURSDAY, Feb. 6-Rev, Rhodes will return tonight from Ministers' Retreat at Buck Hill Falls, Pa. 7:30p.m. Boy Scouts SATURDAY, Feb. 8-7:30p.m. Couples Club will hold short meeting at church, then cars leave for Voorheesville Church, SUNDAY, Feb. 9-10:30 a.m. Morning Service in charge of Charlton School personnel. Student choir from the school will sing several selections. Dr. Wilbur T. Clemens, Executive Director, will preach the sermon, 12 noon Lnncheon served by churchwomen of Commission on Missions, to Charlton School guests; 4 p.m. Preparatory Membership Class; 4:30 Junior High MYF; 5 p.m. Preparatory Membership Class; 7 p.m. Senior High MYF. MONDAY, Feb, 10-7:30 p.m. Special meeting of Finance Commission. TUESDAY, Feb, 11-8 p.m. WSCS meeting in Fellowship Hall, WEDNESDAY, Feb, 12-4 p.m. Cherub Choir; 6:45 p,m, Junior Choir; 7:30p.m. Pastor's evening office hours; 7: 45 p.m. Senior Otoir; 8 p.m. Commission on Missions at church. GLENMONT COMMUNITY Chu«h (Reformed) will unite in Worship Services temporarily with the Reformed Church of Bethlehem, 11 a.m. each Sunday. SO. BETHLEHEM METHODIST CHURCH, So. Bethlehem. L. Wayne Dunlap, Minister. THURSDAY, Feb, 6-1:10 p.m. Weekday Class of Religion; 2:40 p.m. Junior Choir rehearsal FRIDAY, Feb, 7-2 p.m. 4-H; 7:30 p.m. Official Board; 8 p.m. Choir rehearsal SUNDAY, Feb. 9-9:45 a.m. Church School; 11 a.m. Morning Worship, Boy Scout Snnday; 7 p.m. Intermediate and Senior MYF. MONDAY, Feb, 10-7 p.m. Boy Scouts. TUESDAY,Feb p.m. Church School Workers' Conference Pastor will show film strip, "One God,'' DELMAR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Rev. George H. Phelps, Sunday Services are held in the Delmar Masonic Temple, KenWood A\ cnuc and Adorno StrQOt SUNDAY: 9:15 a.m. Worship and Church School through Grade 6. Nursery care for children under 3. 5 p.m. Junior and Senior High Youth Fellowship with supper each week. Also Church School classes, worship and fellowship program. 7:30 p.m. Adult Bible Study course at 25 Roweland Avenue. Teacher: Dr. Theodore G. Brown. NEW SALEM REFORMED CHURCH, New Scotland Rdad; P.O., R. n. 1, Voorheesville - Rev. John H. Austin, Pastor. Tel. RO SUNDAY-10 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. Morning Worship. JERUSALEM REFORMED CHURCH, Feura Bush - Rev. Arthur P. Homberg, Pastor. SUNDAY-9:30a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; 7 p.m. Youth Fellowship. MONTHLY-8 p.m. Ladies' Guild, 1st Monday; 2 p.m. Ladies' Aid Society, last Thursday; 8 p.m. Sunday School Teachers & Officers meeting, last Tuesday; 8 p.m. Consistory Meeting, last Monday. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH OF VOORHEESVILLE, Rev. Walter Taylor, Pastor. SUNDAY SCHOOL-9:45a.m. WORSlllP SERVICE- 11 a.m. CLARKSVILLE FIRST METHO DIST CHURCH - Rev. Fred R. Brown, Pastor. SUNDAY: 9:45 Church School; 11 Morn10~ WOtSfiip. ALBANY BIBLE INSTITUTE, 281 State Street, Albany. SUNDAY: Service at 4 p.m. Guest speaker. THURSDAY: Popular Bible Class at 7 p.m. except holidays, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, Delmar. SUNDAY-11:00 a.m. Church Service & Sunday School. Masonic Temple, Kenwood Ave. TESTIMONIAL MEETINGS: Every Thursday at 8 p.m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, Kenwood Avenue, Delmar - Rev. Arthur P. White. Douglas C. Smith, Associate Minister. SUNDAY, Feb. 9-9:30 and 11 a.m. Church School and Worship Service. Mr. White's theme: "The Parable of the Lost Sheep," ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH Delaware Avenue, Delmar - Msgr. Raymond F. Rooney. SUNDAY MASSES (In the Church) 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11 {High Mass). (In the Auditorium) 9, 10 & 12 noon. WEEKDAY MASSES: 6:45 & 7:30. SATURDAY MASSES: 8 &; 9. THERE is Nursery care each Snn- I day for pre-school children at the school during the 10 & 11 o'clock I Masses. SAVE TIME AND MONEY! BANK BY MAIL WHERE YOUR SAVINGS EARN MORE! Albany Savings Bank The Ole/est anc/ Largest Savings Banlc in Albany NOW! 3.~.!~. IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII llll ALBANY SAVINGS BANK Deportment Na. 36 Dividends compounded and paid quarterly... figured from dote of deposit.. your best pouible savings combination! It's free! Write tadoy for new Bonk-by-Moil folder with all necessary information, forms and postage-paid envelopes. anticipated dividend. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII II! II Albany, New Yark Please send, without obligation, your lree bank-by-mail folder. lllll NAML illll STREET CITY..... STATE... I ! !1! llll 1111 lllll lllll

11 H E S P 0 T L I G H T February 6, PAGE 11 CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE BUSINESS SERVICE MERCHANDISE FOR SALE MERCHANDISE FOR SALE COPPER hot water tank, welded, 30 gal., $15; Hooked rug cutter, 1/8" strips, $10, RO , BABY SITTING TRUCKING, LIGHT FREE DELIVERY on this Duncan _:_:c.:..:::..=:..:..::..:c::_,_~:..=.._:..l Phyfe dining room suite, com- EXPERIENCED baby sitter wants TRUCKING plete and beautiful, only $50, extra work any evening except Fast, dependable, economical, or Thursday. 75 per hour. Call Furniture, appliances, freight, 2 ALUMINUM storm & screen cam- PO household goods, equipment. AP'" bination, 2'6"x4'8" and 2'6"x BULLDOZING, GRADING pliances installed. Commercial delivery service, g CELLARS, ponds, g<adiog, etc. 1 :T:..:R.:.U=..=C:.:.K:...:.F...:O:.:R:.:...:R=E.:..N...:Tc.. 1 Fill, shale and top soil. Jim Salisbury. Call E. Berne 81-J3. FIREPLACE WOOD TRUCK [or rent: 1% ton rack with dump, $1. SO per hr. plus 5 per mile CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING FIREPLACE wood after Percentoge Ads 6 p.m. or Saturday, GENERAL MERCHANDISE, PETS, BOATS, TRAILERS, HORSES, etc. are the only type ads taken on FLOORS percentage - 10'7o on sales $1 to :...:~:..:.:..:.. $101-5'7o $102 to $501-2'7o $502 FORMICA and linoleum tops; inlaid linoleum floors. Sales and insta:lation , ORCHESTRAS RHYTHMAIRES now available for Winter and Spring booking. Call Bill Kinsley, Bus. Mgr up. No established businesses. The minute you sell an article, call us. These ads run for 3 wks.; please do not advertise elsewhere during that time, (No used clothing accepted on percentage basis.) Paid Classifieds All other classifications are accepted at 50 per line, $1 minimum. Payable in advance, Closing Dead! ine Thursday, 1 wk. prior to publica ltion. PAINTING & CARPENTRY PAYMENT _.:._:::_::~_"_":_::_::~=::.:.:_::~:_::..: 1 Mail: Spotlight, Delmar, New York. FRANK SALISBURY, General Con Leave at PLAZA PHARMACY. tractor. Interior and exterior l-c-.,-,=-=-c:--:-:-:-:::-:-=:--,:-=c=~,-,-,-,, painting, carpent<y. Bailey Ave., MERCHANDISE FOR SALE Delmar, PAINTING and/ar PAPERING ARTHUR J. Armstrong, general painting and paperhanging, Call UN PAINTING and paper hanging, reasonable rates. John DuBois, SOLID maple Haywood Wakefield dinette set, 4 chairs, dropleaf table, hutch cupboard, PA SYSTEM, RCA, 2 speakers after 8 p.m. WALNUT buffet & matching china closet, RO KITCHEN set, dropleaf table &4 chairs, $ COMPTOMETER, direct altemat ing, practically new, $450, Call after 5 p.m. PARTY DESSERTS 40 GAL. glass lined kemsene hot :...:..:.:.:...:...:...:...::..::..:.::..:.:..:..:: water heater with automatic con ULTIMATE in Party Desserts: Schrafft's Ice Cream. Plaza Phar. SEWING EXPERT alterations & drapes, done your home or mine , SEWING machine repair T~R~U~C:::K::I:.:_N~G,,_,:L=:I~G~H~T--1 WE MOVE: Pianos, Freezers, Refrigerators, Stoves, Furniture, etc. Ken Lake, or trol, $65; Portable shower with concrete base, like new, $35; 10x20 heavy duty truck can vas with rings for rope, $25. Westerlo PYramid , FIRESIDE wing chair, down cushion, $ CAPONIZING pills, 6 boxes, 100 per box, value $15, sell for $11; 2! beams, 8"x11'6", $18 for both; LOOK AT THIS FOR $22: heavy duty milk strainer, 2 12-qt. milk pails, bench cream separator; Rototiller with snow plow & hiller, $125; Deep well pump (in operation) with 160' of pipe & rod, $150, , 3'4", $8 each; 7:60x15 new recap snow tire, $12; 10 yds. sandalwood damask drapery materi al, $10; Girl's Chicago roller skates with case, Size 7, $12; Walnut headboard, full size, $ DEMING sump pump, $40; Interior 2-panel door, 6x8x2'4", $5; 100' 5/16 O.D. soft copper tubing, 10 ft; 70' 18 ga. lead light wire, $4; Assorted brass fittings, com pression and flare type, reasonable; 60 lbs. No. 16d. nails, $7, BRAND new, 4!(2 yds, upholstery material, $ , CHINESE: serving table, $10; 6 leg stand, $4; brass candle sticks and bowl, $8; Victorian bookcase, $30; 3 colored oil lamps, $5 each; hanging oil lamp, $25; Cherry buffet, $20. RO PR. China base table lamps, $ SWIVEL desk chair, $6; 2 hurricane lamps, $ ELVIS Presley record coll; sled; Erector set; bugle; bird cage; crochet set; size 7 ice skates; basketball MODERN sofa & chair, brown, gd. $50; Tappen gas range, gd., $25. Ravena PARTLY braided rug & material to make it6x8, $10; Vanity skirt, $5; Child's antique bed, $10; An BARGAINS! - BARGAINS! All brand new boxed merchandise! TOT Stapler with 1000 staples, regular $1 value 89 EVER-Handy Pencil Sharpener by Boston,,,, $1.89 CARTER'S Desk Set, Pen and Ink-well-holder $1.69 GENUINE Eversharp Ball-point Pen, regular $1.95., $1.29 GENUINE Waterman Fountain Pen, reg. $3,95 $3.29 MECHANICAL Pencils by Parker & Sheaffer (discontinued colors), values $3 to $3, 75, now,,,, $1.89 MAll.. check or Money Order to: F&M, Box 64, Delmar. Your order mailed same day received; satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. LARGE Chifferohe, 3 mirror doors, $27. so UNIVAC 8 mm. camera, $20. Film & processing available improved varmit rifle, custom made, $ after 5:30, MERCHANDISE WANTED AMERICAN Flyer trains and/or accessories, train table; tobog gan. Call between 9&6. AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE 1950 Pontiac, good running condition, good tires , 1947 Dodge truck, 1%-2 ton, rack, inspected, good condition, priced low, Plymouth Savoy, R&H, must sell, $ tique clock, $3; 6 cordial glasses, $1; 3-way floor lamp; $6; Play ya<d, $2; Hanovia sun lamp, $50;, R_O_O_M_S_F_O_R_R_E_N_T Mangle, $10; Steam iron, $5. ~ TIRE chains, 6:70x15, $ What Da You Want To BUY? What Do You Want To SELL? What Do You Want To Have FIXED? ROOM for rent, on bus line, large, Spotlight Classifieds can answer your needs. Hundreds of items are bought and sold through the Spotlight "For Sale" Columns. If you are a home owner, you'll find the BUSINESS SERVICE a big help in getting those odd jobs done. To Place a Classified, Call POplar Open evenings, Saturday & Sunday for your convenience

12 PAGE 12- February 6, D-E-LM_A_R.-s Here & There. (Continued from Page 9) N Y S OFFICIAL at Normanside Country Club. I ectl on Center Dessert will be served after nsp which members will play cards L & H Brake & Front End l 00 Adams Street, Service Delmar and games. Club President, Mrs. William Strong, will conduct a short business meeting dwing which the Nominating Committee will Complete Brake & Front End present the slate of officers for Service for Trucks- Cars next year. Electionof officers Power Brakes - Hydraulic will take place at the March Brakes Vacuum Brakes meeting. BRAKE DRUM TURNING Hostesses for the evening are Wheel Alignment ;'Mrs. William Dulany and Mrs. Wheel Balancing E. R. Strayer. Guaranteed Work - Reasonable Rates Emergency Service Reservations and cancellations will be accepted not later than Leonard Price Harold Young b '=============~:~Sunday, Febraury 9, y con- I Phillippine MAHOGANY PLYWOOD "V" Grooved 22C SQ. FT. MAHOGANY MOLDINGS BOAT BUILDERS Plywood Exterior - Marine FREE BOAT PLANS PLYWOOD SHORTS Wide Selection of Sizes No. Charge for Cutting BETHLEHEM LUMBER CO. GLENMONT At the intersection of Route 32 and 144. PHONE SENIOR DANCE Name - 11 Woodchoppers Ball 11 Kind - Record Hop Disk Jockey - Nat Stevens Boy ask Girl Price - one cent an inch Date - February 8, Time p.m. Apparel - school clothes Place - Bethlehem Central Senior High School tacting Mrs. james Marshall. THERE WILL BE a food sale sponsored by the Friendship Group of St. Stephen 1 s at the Grand Union on SatW'day, February 8 starting at 10 o 1 clock. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF A merica will hold a Valentine Rock at the Clarksville Elementary School on Friday, February 14, from 8 to 12. Bill Pope will MC. THE SLINGERLANDS Community Players will meet in the Players 1 Room on Sunday 1 February 9, at 8 p.m. Martin Kelly will present the Coventry Players of Siena College, in a one-act farce 11 1 The Anniversary, 11 by Chekhov. The public is invited. THE SPOTLIGHT SNOW PLOWING GEORGE FRUEH GLENMONT Bob Rhenow (Our Route Man) WANTS 80 New Customers YOU CAN HELP\ and for each name of a friend or neighbor who will try our service YOU'LL RECEIVE F-R-E-E $2,00 in Dry Cleaning or Laundry, prefer. whichever you Just give Bob Rhenow the names, he'll do the rest! (To qualify for the $2 worth of FREE service, the new customer must hove 2 orders in the next 4 week period.) For Pick up and Delivery Call HISTEO LAUNDRY DELMAR CLEANERS Delaware Avenue Delmar "ON l!wl<:ld OIVd 3!JYl.SOd s n a1o~ ~Ins

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