The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York on June 4, 1966 · Page 8
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Newport Festival S ocial . A ctivities *ZX’ m SOCIETIES • CLUBS • PERSONALS f.-t J J JU tmtmmmnnaanr nm hi—sag—aam—MUMM August Wedding for Linda Lee DeWitt The Newport Folk Foundation today announced the programs for the evening concerts at the 1966 Newport Folk Festival. The first concert Thursday July 21 will feature many artists who have been leaders in the revival of folk music in the United States. Included in this group will be Judy Collins, Chicago Freedom group with Jimmy Collier, Bob Gibson, Jim and Jesse McReynolds. Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton, the Pennyvvhistlers and Buffy Sainte Marie. Creating the atmosphere of the old time fiddle contests Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs along with Clark Kessinger, two fiddlers from Idaho, a Cajun fiddler and a Soots fiddler from Bovston will start a program entitled the Battle of Music. Skip James and Bukka White two of the most lyrical blues singers will be followed by a group of ballad singers well known to all Area Events Scheduled (Notices ct meetinge supper and other ai tuts to be luted in this column should bo sOnt ^ to tho City Editor Kingston Oaily f iceman ag tat in advance Os possibleJ Today IO a. rn.— Rummage sale, Hurley Library, until A p. rn. Plant, rummage sale, CottcLill Firehouse, to 3 p, rn. 12 noon — Second annual bazaar, St. Remy Vols, at firehouse to midnight. Sunday, June 5 IO a. rn. -• Communion breakfast. St. Catherine Laboure Rosary-Altar Society, Capri Res- turant, Port Ewen. 8:30 p. rn. Alcoholics Anonymous, Holy Cross Church Hall. Monday, June 6 9 a. rn. — Rummage sale, Post 5:30 p. rn.—Annual ham and ISO American Legion Auxiliary, strawberry festival supper* Ro* to I p. rn., 70 Broadway. chester Reformed Church Sunday school, at church, Accord, servings also at 7:30 v. rn. 7:30 p. rn.—Shokan Lodge 491, IOOF Lodge Hall. Social, Women's Home and 6:43 p. rn. — Ulster Kiwanis Club, Guido’s, East Chester Street by-pass. Saugerties Lions Club, Flamingo Restaurant. 7 p. rn. — Woodstock Rotary Foreign Missionary Society,! Club, Deanie's, \V oodstock. Franklin Street AME Zion1 Kingston-Ulster County Civil Church, 61 Van Buren Street. Defense Auxiliary Police, Moose 8 p. rn.—Rekop card party, Lodge. Prince Street. American Legion Hall, Tillson, j 7:30 p. rn. — Town of Kings- 9 p. rn. — Saugerties Demo- ton town board. cratic Club round and square Tow n of Esopus Lions Club dance. VFW Hall. Saugerties, installation dinner, presentation 8 p. rn, — Excelsior Hose Co., Hurley Avenue rooms. East Kingston Fire Co., firehouse. Kingston Volunteer Fireman’! Association, convention committee, municipal building, East O’Reilly Street, Cottekill Ladle* Auxiliary, Cottekill firehouse. Lake Katrine Grange, 1065, Grange Hall. Tuesday, June 7 9 a. rn.—Rummage sale, American Legion Auxiliary Poet 150, 70 Broadway, until 4. 10 a. rn.—Rummage sale, Hellenic Women's Club of Kingston, 280 Fair Street, to 5 p. rn. Day Apart session, Ladies of Overlook Methodist Church, at home of Mrs. Richard Drake, Speare Road, to 2 p. rn. In the event of rain che session will be in the church. 12 noon—Kingston Lions Club, Betrothal to Vincent Vigliotti Announced frvlU I A/ f Ainu, i ut ii la i a I in I lui I uhuh i, %.*» i sun nv* iii — rviiigaiuj ?0n/v fi’rnVhnr. urn h* im no, I until 1 a’ m- music by K-Ray of scholarships, Caph 400, Port Gov. Clinton Hotel. J* ft."?? Trio. open to public. I Ewen. 6:30 p. m.-Ru. LINDA LEE DEWITT Mrs. Leland Dewitt Sr., of 64 South Washington Avenue, Kingston, announces the engagement of her daughter Linda Lee, to Kenneth J. Wamsley of Rt. 3, Box 285, Kingston, N. Y. Miss Dewitt attended Kingston High School and is now employed at Caldor Inc. Mr. Wamsley will be graduated from Kingston High School this month. He is employed by W. G. B. Oil Clarifier Inc., this city. An August 7 wedding is being planned. Activities Announced By Sisterhood Here At a board meeting of Sisterhood of Congregation Agudas Achim, held at the home of Mrs. Aaron Klein, 60 West Chestnut Street, May 31, the following list of activities were announced: The annual donor luncheon will be held at Grossingers Hotel on June 9. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Jacob Blinder, Mrs. Sam Barnow’itz and Mrs. Burt Ellis. On Sunday, June 5, the National Conference of Synagogue Youth will elect new officers at a meeting to be held in the Agudas Achim Synagogue. The junior group will meet at 10:15 a. rn. ami the regular group at 11:15 a. rn. The National convention and leader’s seminar will be held June 23 through June 28 at Pine View Hotel, Fallsburg!). It was also announced a barbecue will be held Saturday, June 18 at Vineyard Lodge in Ulster Park. A luncheon and card party i seated for July 13 at the home of Mrs. William Zang, Sherry Lane. Attending the meeting were the Mines. Sam Barnowitz, Harold Rappaport, Morris Berman, Burt Ellis, Ben Werbalowsky, Murray Brandenburg, Irving Alcorn Sam Basch, Abe Werner, Rafael Klein, Morton Levine, Herman Schneider, Ray Levine, Jacob Blinder, Benjamin Suskind and Miss Gertie Re her. Hadassah Donor Day Al Nevele on Sunday Th« annual Donor Day planned by Kingston Chapter of Hadassah for Sunday, June 5, will be held at the Nevele Hotel, by Jimmie Driftwood, Grant Rogers, Joe Heaney, Mike Seeger and Jack Elliot from England. Religious music by the Swan Silvertones. and Dorothy Love and the Gospel Harmon- ettes and others yet to be Announced will complete this evening for Friday July 22. Saturday evening July 23 a program entitled A Patchwork of American Music will be presented. Representing the eastern part of the United States will be Billie and Dede Pierce with George Lewis. Nashville’s Deford Bailey, the Coon Creek Girls. Bessie Jones from the Georgia Sea Islands, Grant Rogers, Rev, Pearly Brown and Jim and Jesse McReynolds. Representing the Metropolitan area will be Judv Collins, Chuck Berry and the Pennyvvhistlers and from the outlying areas of the U. S. Yomo Toro from Puerto Rico and Joseph Spence from the island of Nassau. From the western states will be a Cajun Band, Ed Young and his family, Idaho Fiddlers. Ramblin’ Jack Elliot and the powerful blues singer Howling Wolf. Sunday evening will feature Kilby Snow, Jack Elliot, Jimmy Tarleton. Carolyn Hester. Bob Dylan, Fannie Lou Hamer, Tom and Liam Clancy, Joe Heaney and Norman Kennedy. Daily programs on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will include artists that appear on the evening concerts as well as others to be announced. Bonnie Jane Dittus Is Prospective Bride CAROL JEAN HEPPNER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Heppner of 61 Clinton Avenue, Kingston, who was graduated from Elizabeth Seton College, Yonkers on Tuesday, May 31 at 3:30 p. rn. in the Margaret Thompson Biddie auditorium. Joseph W. McGovern, regent of the University of the State of New York, delivered the commencement address. Katrine Fellowship Planning Annual Picnic for June 7 Margaret A. Newell Earns BS Degree BONNIE JANE DITTUS p. rn.—Rummage sale, Temple Emanuel Sisterhood, 243 Albany Avenue, until 9 p. rn. Saugerties Rotary Club, Anton’s Barclay Height! 7:30 p. rn.—Common Council, Council Chambers, City Hall.. 8 p. rn.—Bloomington Fire Co., firehouse. Kingston Women’s Barbershop Chorus, Lake Katrine School. Glenerie Bridge Club, 271 Fair Street. Lomontville Fire Co. and Auxiliary, firehouse. Town of Esopus American Legion Auxiliary, Poet Home, Port Ewen. Queen Ulster Rebekth Lodge, 34, Odd Fellows Hall. Saugerties. Mary’ and Martha Fellowship, Grace Community Church, Lake Katrine. Stone Ridge Vol. Fire Dept., firehouse. 8:30 p. rn.—Sisterhood of Aha- vath Israel installs officers and board, vestry hall. Wednesday, June ft 9 a. rn. *— Rummage s S I e, Temple Emanuel Ssiterhood, at Temple Emanuel, 243 Albany Avenue, to 4 p. rn. 10 a. rn. — Rummage sale, Hellenic Women’s Club of Kingston, 280 Fair Street, to 5 p. rn. 12 noon — Kingston Rotary Club. Gov. Clinton Ho'el. 12:30 p. rn. — Kingston Duplicate Bridge Club, 271 Fair Street. 3:30 p. rn. — Story hour for children pre-school through third grade, Town of Uls.wi Library. Annual flower show, Saugerties Society of Little Gardens, Saugerties Reformed Church, (Photo Workshop) j Main Street, to 8:30 p. rn. I- < >■ > rn* * v MARY FRANCES LEWIS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis of RD 4, Box 229, Kingston, announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Frances, to Vincent A. Vigliotti, son of Mrs. Florence Vigliotti of 15 Abruyn Street, this city, and the late Frank Vigliotti. Miss Lewis will graduate with the Class of 1966 at Kingston High School. She is also a senior in the Practical Nursing Course and is employed at the Albany Avenue Sanitarium. Mr. Vigliotti is a 1964 graduate of Kingston High School and is attending Ulster County Community College where he is majoring in business management He is employed by the Governor Clinton Market. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Dittus of 68 Liberty Street. Kingston, Mis* Margaret Ann Newell, announce the engagement of their daughter Bonnie Jane, to J. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Newell, of 29 Park Street, Ellenville, was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree at commencement exercises of Marymount College, Tarrytown, held* June I at ll a. rn. and presided over by His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York. A graduate of Ellenville Central High School, Miss Newell majored in biology at the college. She was active in the Athletics Association and on the Talent Show Committee. IJBj's Lynda Bird Graduates Today AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - Donning cap and gown like thousands of American coeds, Lynda Bird Johnson graduates from college today. Lynda, 22, is an A- student and her diploma will point out The Mary and Martha Fellow- she eamedher bachelor of arts . . . „ _ . degree at the University of Tex- ship of Grace Community as* with ^nors _ .*Cum Church, Lake Katrine, will hold Laude.” its annual covered dish picnic There’s every indication that on June 7 from IO a. rn. to 2 parents — President and p. rn. at the Roy Redmond ] ;N^S* Johnson — wlU bo amonS home. Stone Ridge Daniel Devine, son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Devine of 164 Washington Avenue. Kingston. N. Y. The bride-elect is a graduate of Kingston High School and is employed in the law* office of James H. Fisher. Mr. Devine is an alumnus of Kingston High and attended Dutchess Community College. He is a New York State Trooper. Mary Louise Anderson Is Bride-Elect the 10,000 expected at the afternoon and evening graduation win ne new at tne rscveie Hotel, | yjp, £Van Lutke, president, on the 4C^acre campus Ellenville, instead of at the stated that the Viet Nam work jiere Fairview-, it was reported by of World Vision, Inc. will re- gut her sister Luci, 18, who Mrs. Robert Yalium, chairman of ce*ve ?(TkS’inf k.its ateJP 1x1 (has just completed her freshly event assembled during the day. Those man year at Georgetown’* tvem. attending are to bring small m- The evening schedule includes , expensive sewing scissors and cocktails and hors d’oeuvers at1 black or white IAH tons for in- 6:30 p. rn. and dinner at 7:30 elusion in the kits which will p. rn. The hotel facilities will be given to Vietnamese women. be available to members and Mary and Martha Fellowship is the women’s organization of Grace Community Church whose their guests during the day for golf and other recreation. Wedding Invitations Coml ii I lim u Ulster Shopping Plaza Nursing School and is to be married Aug. 6, didn’t come to Texas for this big family event. Tall, dark-haired Lynda didn’t really want to go to graduation, either. She said she didn’t think she’d he missed among the 2,400 rn 1 1 i t i n nmmn t n n > t m i1 who will be receiving degrees. fellowship and to assist in the;Bul evidently parental pressure C^f^Lrg^Tnd°afen^|Pr^' 'university ho.d, daylong MARY LOUISE ANDERSON The picnic is open to all mein- (Photo Workshop) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Anderson of Glenerie Lake Park, Sail­ ers and friends of the church. Detailed information may be obtained from Mrs. Roy Redmond, Stone Ridge. Tim*! Sava Ma nay I Kte cowier/ wi* ATI0NS ANNOUNCEMENTS ACCESSORIES WU rf rn* «ifh, |r»uiM«u lf***, warfrfwg m»m»ry SMS*, napkin), tabla rf tora • •am, btirft's (aka hnifa, aft. AU baavtift/H? Sarttaaliarf, wirfa cHei«a af gtylar a arf 9fica*, la* im bal* yaw with y auf warfrfing Natali* SH OUR COMBITE UNI— w DAWN CRONIN SSft-4761 separate schools. Lynda plans to go to the 12:45 p.m. convocation of the College of Arts and .Sciences, where she was a histo- I ry major, and she’ll attend the ii • c » main 83rd annual commence- UcKia Hearing* set jment at 7:45 p.m. where faculty WASHINGTON (AP) — The and students will join in an aca- Senate Ethics Committer will d^nlIc procession to he launched start hearings June 20 into W1*b a fanfaie of trumpets, charges about the relationship of Sen. Thomas J. Dodd to Juli- ^ [us Klein, a Chicago public relations man. Sens. John C. Stennis, D- Miss., and Wallace F. Bennett, R-Utah, chairman and vice chairman of the bipartisan cqm- mittee, said in a statement late Thursday that “the intial hearings will be condue ted in executive session, to l<e followed by open hearings.” graduation ceremonies for its IO gnrties, announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Louise, 6 p. rn. — Business, Professional Club, YWCA, 209 Clinton Avenue. 6:30 p. rn. — Hurley Lions Club, Williams Lake Hotel. 7 p. rn. — Civil Air Patrol, Ulster County Squadron, Reserve Building, Flatbush Avenue. Kingston Composite Squadron, CAP, State Armory Midweek service of Bible study and prayer, Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. 7:30 p. rn. — Rondout Com­ mandery 52, Knight* Templar, Masonic Temple. Kingston Lodge 970, Loyal Order of Moose officers, Moose Lodge, also regular lodge meeting. Evening service, First Church of Christ, Scientist, 161 Fair Street. Prayer meeting And Bible study, Shokan Reformed Church. Esopus Town Board, Town Hall, Port Ewen. 8 p. rn. — Kingston Chapter, SPEBSQSA, Inc., Elks Club, Fair Street. Esopus Valley Bridge Club, Deanie’s, Woodstock. Aretas Lodge 172. IOOF, Odd Fellows Hall, Broadway. Ulster County Fire Police As- j sociation, Ellenville Firehouse, election of officers. District ll, State Nurses Association. K i n g i t o n HospitAl Nurses Residence. Organ and choral concert bv J. Charles Brand, organist And church quartet. Rondout Presbyterian Church, Wurts and Spring Streets, public invited. 9 p. rn. — Woodstock Branch Alcoholics Anonymous, Overlook Methodist Church. Thursday, June t 10 a. rn.—Rummage sale of Hellenic Women’s Club of Kingston, 280 Fair Street to 5 p. rn. 12 noon — Kingston Kiwanis Club, Gov. Clinton Hotel. 12:15 p. rn. — Highland-New Paltz Rotary Club, Reggie’s Inn, New Paltz. 6:30 p. rn.—Phoenicia Rotary Cub, Cobblestone Restaurant. A. IT. Wicks Engine and MARJORIE QUILTY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Quilty of 303 Hurley Avenue, Kingston, was graduated from Elizabeth Seton College, Yonkers, Tuesday, May 31. His exeel Iency the Most Rev. John J. Maguire, Co-adjutor Archbishop of New York, presided and conferred the degrees on the 137 graduates. The class was presented by the Most Rev. Msgr. Joseph T. O’Keefe, Associate Superintendent of Schools, Archdiocese of New’ York. Palkowics Couple To Celebrate 51st Anniversary Monday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Palkowics of Rifton will celebrate their 5lst wedding anniversary on June 6. They were married in 1915 in St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Brooklyn, but have been residents of Rifton for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Palkowics spend their winters at the Sherman Apartments in St. Petersburg, Fla. They have one daughter, Sofia, wife of Herbert H. Reuner of Kingston, and one grandson, Christopher. Mr. Palkowics retired in 1953 after 27 years with Central Hudson Gas & Electric Company. They are members of Trinity Lutheran Church of Kingston. GOWNS for Commencement DOREEN'S 297 Wall Street to Roger C. Lapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lapp of Castleton-on-Hudson. Miss Anderson is a graduate of Kingston High School and . Kingston High Practical Nursing Program. She is employed by the Truck So. Auxiliary picnic at Benedictine Hospital. home of Mrs. Clarence Wilbur, Mr. Lapp is a graduate of the Maple Hills High School, Sherry Lane Castleton. He served with tile U.S. Marine Corps and is now employed by Dorn’s Transportation Inc., Albany. No date has been set for the wedding. COMMUNITY DRIVE IN CHURCH 9W Drive-In Theatre, Kingston, N. Y. EVERY SUNDAY 8:45 A. M. Arthur E. Oudemool, Minister COFFEE HOUR before and after service Soloist: MARGARET DANFORD ROOSA, Cont:alto (filii) Bidri) (ftftfrrb Main and Wall Streets, Kingston. New York Sermon Topic: ”Knee-deep in June!” Sunday Service ll A. M. Church School Sessions— 9:30 and ll; Creche at 10:50 SUNDAY YOUTH: Jr. High Youth Fellowship 6:45 P. M. Sr. High Youth Fellowship 6:45 P M. ti A. M. Radio Broadcast Station WGHQ—920 on your dial ——DLAL-A-FRAYER-A-DAY Ph. FE 1-1303— ■ OFFICERS OF LOCAL SISTERHOOD — Officers and hoard members of Sisterhood Aha- vath Israel will be formally installed Tuesday, June 7, 8:30 p. rn. in the synagogue. Members and friends are cordially invited to attend the ceremonies Meeting Thursday night to discuss final details for the installation were, pictured above, Mrs. George Jacobson, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Z. Selectman, installing officer; Mrs. 6:45 p. rn. — Rondout Valley Lions Club, SRS Resort, Cottekill. 7 p. rn. — Saugerties Drum Corps, Donlon Auditorium. John N, Cordis Hose Co. Auxiliary at home of Mrs. Mathild* Cordis, 132 Lindsay Avenue. 8 p. rn.—Ulster County Board of Supervisors, county building. Rapid Hose Company, Lidies’ Auxiliary, firehouse. ll Meter CB Radio Club, Port Ewen Legion Home. Hurley Grange, Hurley Fire Hall. TYO Teen Federation, St. Peter’s School Hall. Rosendale. Catholic Daughters of America, Court Santa Maria 164, K of C Hall, Broadway. Card party, Willing Workers, Mettacahonts Hall. Stamptrotters Society of Kingston, YWCA, 209 Clinton Avenue. 8:30 p rn. — Hudson Rivet State Hospital Drum Corps, HRSH. Irving Eelier, 'ice president; Mrs. Henry Jacobs, corresponding secretary; Mrs, Ira Shaw, vice president; Mrs. Marvin Millens, vice president; Mrs. Seymour Semilof, president; Mrs. Joseph Horowitz, installation chairman; Mrs. Mel Kelman, financial secretary. Not pictured are Mrs. Martin Netburn, recording secretary, and Mrs, living Wilpan, hospitality. (Freeman photo by John Kruh) SHULTS FAINf has the FINEST KITCHEI CABINET! r» An anniversary, a wedding, a birthday, graduation^ — and your one stop for the perfect gift is in our Gift Shop. Drop in and browse sooh—you'll probably find something delightful for yourself, TA# Maroon Store with the Clock by the Door . Telephone Th MSM XRU CRL UC „* -vt. tect&Tcftto Jewett*. AMcfttcAM aru society •M WRI I ST, * mw * (Member Park EL ShopjojammmmM EIGHT THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN. KINGSTON, N. Y., SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 4 . 196 B

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