Kingston Daily Freeman 1/17/1969

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Kingston Daily Freeman 1/17/1969 - SAUGERTIES FRANKLIN P. CLUM W. (lamp Church...
SAUGERTIES FRANKLIN P. CLUM W. (lamp Church Elects 5 to Council Board were Malden-W. Camp Vols Elect Clum, Patterson WEST CAMP - Malden West Camp Fire Company elected Franklin P. Clum of this community. community. president for his sixth term, and John B. Patterson, also of West Camp was elevated: to chief. Chief’s Night, a testimonial for the outgoing chief. Robert Moon of Malden was scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 22 at West Camp Fire Station. Arrangements were announced at the annual meeting meeting of the volunteer company. Clum. a former mayor of Saugerties Saugerties Village was vice president president when he assumed the presidency presidency in 1964 to fill the unex­ pired term of John J. Helfert, who died in office. Valmore F. Carpenter, a former former chief, was reelected vice president, and Charles J. Graf, charter president was again named treasurer. Others elected were Harold W. Bennett, recording secretary; Luther Emerick, also a former chief, corresponding secretary. Three chaplains were named, the Rev. Alvin F. Messersmith. pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. West Camp; the Rev... Urban Maggio. pastor of St. || Mary’s Church. Cementon, and the Rev. Richard Darling, pas-! WEST CAMP—Five members tor of Malden Methodist Church, j elected to the church Emmett \edder was elected i;~.i trustee for three years and out- council of St. Paul s Evangelical g0jng chief Moon was named to Lutheran Church at West Camp ihp one-year trustee post. Sunday night and the entire Delegates to Ulster County' slate of council officers were Volunteer Firemen’s Association i n„,roni*aHnn*i are Carpenter and Wendell Arm- reelected at the organ.rational; brust Benneu and John Cosi meeting held following the an- were named alternates. Oscar nual congregational session. Benzenhofer was elected ser-1 Reelected to three-year terms geant-at arms. William Wrolsen Harry L. Moose and John B. and Anthony Jubie Jr., were Patterson, both of West Camp; named historians. Flori Gomes of West Saugerties. j Line officers elected were Cox. and George Hallenbeck of Cats- assistant chief; Emerick. cap kill. Mrs. Betty Knaust of Sau- tajn, Wcst Camp; Jubie. lieu- gcrties was named to the vacant tenant: Leland Van Tassel, three year post when Emanuel driver No. 2 truck; Harry L. Drescher of Asbury declined to Moose, driver No. 3 truck, and run for another term. Wrolsen, tank truck driver. A $16,357 budget for 1969 was Philip Overbaugh was elected adopted by the congregation, captain. Malden station: Clif- Installation of the new council ford Tienken. lieutenant: Clar-! men was scheduled for Sunday, pnee E. Gardner, driver No. 1 Jan. 19 at the regular 11 a.m. truck, and Vedder, driver emer-i worship service of the church, gency truck. At the organizational meeting jn other business. Van Tassel, of the council, the Rev. Alvin F. entertainment committee chair Messersmith, pastor of the man announced that a square churcn was reelected council and r0und dance would be held president. Daniel Wynne of West on March 8. Camp was renamed vice presi-j chief Moon in his annual re dent: Albert J. Cawein of Blue p0rt noted that the vols covered Mountain was reelected secre-j 29 fjres for 1968 and responded tary and J. Charles Stewart of four Mutual Aid calls. He Cementon was against desig- thanked the members for their nated as treasurer. cooperation during the year and Annual reports were presented stressed that more men should by the pastor, treasurer, secre-; attend drills to learn the opera- tary, stewardship chairman and tjon of the pumpers, other .church organization John Lechner of Barclay leaders. i Heights was accepted as an •mr |* associate honorary member. It liPW ■ 111 IP V was also reported that the two- J way radio had been installed in the emergency truck. A resolution was adopted set-: ting the regular meeting time for 7:30 p.m.. a half hour earlier, to permit a period of instruction on the use of the telephone. In accordance with the new siren and pumps following each policy of the adult leadership of regular meeting. Bov Scout Troop 32. a meeting The next meeting is scheduled of‘the committeemen was held for Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 recently at the home of Charles p m. at Malden Fire Station. For Boy Scout Troop 32

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  2. 17 Jan 1969, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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