The Vly 9 Jan 1940
will of Lunch Simps?n, Poughkeepsie, for and game THE VLY The Vly,. Jan.' 9--George Wurster Wurster is spending a few weeks at West New York, N. J. Charles Haupt and Mrs. Wilsen of Jamaica, L. I., and Mrs. ten of Brooklyn, were the guests of Mrs. Charles Haupt, for the IView Year. Â· . Miss Betty Leibman and a girl friend, of Jamaica, L, I., spent holidays a't the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bleier daughters, Barbara and Patsy Brooklyn, were guests for the Year holidays at the home of and Mrs. Moses Van Demark. , I ^' I T- M d Mrs. James Coon of Woodbourne, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rose one dav last week. Â· John Addis, forest ranger of Kerhonkson, called on Moses Van Demark, fire warden, Thursday Mr. and Jvlrs. Oscar Olsen entertained entertained on Christmas Sunday evening, as dinner "guests, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Van Demark, Miss T -.-- Tremper,; and two sons, Jack Wall of Albany, and William Wall, 'of this place. ' ' oMhe 3!f TMÂ°Â°^."?Â«etingjii OU5 feldlt 1 ^ hom^f gfffl James Palen, Thursday. Those at- tending were'Mrs. George Wurs- OId " ter, Mrs. Moses Van Demark Was Mrs. Oscar Czenvinka, Victor. Stella, Mrs. Fred Mrs. Doell, --*-~*vÂ«.Â» j-rj-io. j.-1 tru Â· i/oeil Mrs. Oscar Olsen, Mrs. Â· Charles Haupt, Mrs. Alphonse Le Bouthiller, Bouthiller, Mrs. Alan Rose. Miss Ida Chandeler, Mrs. Mina Trow- bndge, Mrs. James Palen; The next monthly meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Mina Tro\v- bndge Thursday, February 1.