The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York on March 29, 1962 · Page 6
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The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York · Page 6

Kingston, New York
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Thursday, March 29, 1962
Page 6
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SIX THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y., THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1962 HIGHLAND NEWS Card Party Set Mav 5th bv OES HIGHLAND — Plans were made for the annual card party fct the regular meeting of Highland Chapter of the Eastern Star Tuesday night. The party will be held Saturday, May 5, in Masonic Temple. Miss Joan Critchell is chairman; the Mmes Betty DeMare, Harriet Alexander, Rose Wells, Betty Poucher, tickets; Joan Van £iclen Hildreth Freer, Muriel Cat ant, Fleanore Seymour, Mari* Schmalkuehe, awards; Pearl Beug, Gloria Setterlund, tables; Miss Critchell, Mrs. Elsie Belmore, Mrs. Estelle Weed and Mrs. DeMare. refreshments. Tuesday th** district officers made their official visit to Highland. Committee was the Mmes. Petersen, Ellen Rathgeb, Helen Losier, Norma Jacobson, Florence York, Rose Bat tenfeldt, Marjorie Van Aken, Elizabeth Lent, Gertrude Elliott. Invitations were received from Arionai Lodge F & A M. for ladies’ night, Monday, April 9; Oasis Chapter, Prattsville, for official visit, April 3, and smorgasbord of Mountain Star Chapter, Windham, Saturday. Sympathy was expressed to Mrs. Olympia Cottine and Mrs. DeMare for death in family. Members who have been ill include John Blakely, Norman, Okla.; Mrs. Helen SUverton, Mrs. Stella Harp, Mrs. Grace jSchunk. Mrs. Muriel Cot .ant, j Mrs. Frederick* Wendell. Substitute officers were Mrs. Jennie DuBois, Mrs. Sue Brooks, ; Refreshments were served by the Mmes. Marjorie Glenn, chairman, Lillian Sheeley, Helen i Schaeffer, Ellen Cassano, Kay Corwin, Alice Brought. Several members attended the district meeting at Kingston chapter re- j cently. Community Note's Mr, and Mrs. William Schaefer and son w 1 k > have been North Road residents for two years, have moved to San .Jose, Calif., where Mr. Schaefer has been j transferred by IBM. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zohnack- er spent the weekend in Rhode Island. Mrs. Gordon E. Wilcox has returned home after receiving treatment at Vassar Hospital. Miss Eliza Ives Raymond accompanied Mr. and Mrs C. E. R. Tlaight, Albany, to Franklin, Pa., last week for a few days. Presbyterian Nott s An executive meeting of the women of the UPWA met Mon­ day at the home of Mrs. Clarence Rathgeb when plans were made for events to occur during April at the Presbyterian j Church, The • installation of the Rev. : Albert Carl May as pastor will l)e held Sunday night, April 8, i followed by a welcoming reception. officers of the Women's Association Will' be installed the eve- nine of April 11 at the John Hulsfeter home. April 16 a reorganization of the Evening Circle takes place in the yellow room | at the church. A bus trip to New j Y'ork April 18 Will be sponsored by the Morning Circle. A family night supper is planned for Wednesday, April 25. The next executive meeting will l>e held with Mrs. Bertram Cottine April 30. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rhodon- I berg, Metuchen, N. J., visit* d j her mother, Mrs. Franklin We!« ; ker, last week. j Mrs. .Tjmes R. Swift, Inwood I Avenue, is a patient at Vassar I Hospital. ; (| Challenge to Church?* PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Christian churches, to stick by their teachings, may now be faced with losing those members who will not w'orship or take communion with colored persons, Ralph McGill, publisher and editor of the Atlanta Constitution, writes in a recent issue of ‘The Episcopalian.” VISITOR — Ahmadou Ahidjo, 40, French-speaking president Df the Federal Republic of Cameroon, is visiting the United States at the invitation of President Kennedy. Nobelesft Mi^ht Owls, unlike other birds of prey, have a virtually noiseless flight. The butterfly-like flapping of their wands is muffled by their down plumage, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. 0 f ersonaliz [pressed, pu powder I pour purse. No woman conhl ask more of her pressed face powder! Bfend- ed-to-order, by our trained consultant, to match your skint one., pure powder with nothing added...placedin a pretty compact to grace your purse.s2plus tax. erfect feminine fashions for an Enchanting Easter DRESSES „..’10,98 ,.'39.98 BLOUSES ’3.98 GLOVES „..’2 ,.’15 JEWELRY ’1 Hankies from 50c HATS *7.98 114 Wall St. Kingston, N. Y. Quality h Remembered Long After Price It Forgotten* Open Friday Evening«* 'til 9 p, m. ......... CLIPS and VEILS from $2 Phone fe 10148 ir® ■ Pi is §11 v! Thurs.,Fri.and Sat. Only BONIS BUYS m «V,v.v,y,v.-v.v,vv| Top or Bottom E I I K- A» li |i if f: : •y. ¡j II 11 II III &■ Florida Marsh -heedless Grapefruit ixy.'-x- fei j§§ fe'.'vi 5*5 ULTRA REFINED Clorox Bleach Vi gal btl 29« HUNTS # ilA Tomato Sauce 0 4r GRAND At JA Jfc Facial Tissue 2 29 < EARLY MORN-quarters JA AA Margarine 2:29* ss At Grand Union-Empire you got TRIPLE -S BLUE STAMPS !

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