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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Altamont Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Altamont, New York Albany county weekly the Enterprise is among the oldest of. Country weeklies and carries Newa from half a Hundred communities into 3,000 Homes each week$2.50 per year. Altamont Enterprise Enterprise ads our Long list of advertisers Speaks Well of the value of advertising in this paper. Use Enterprise ads to Tell our readers about what you have tor sell. Sixty sixth year Altamont n. Friday june 23, 1950 14 pages number. 49 k. Of c. Council is instituted in Altamont great fireworks display promised for the a fourth quot the greatest fireworks display in t the history of the Altamont j those Are the words used by Merlin w. Osterhout. Co chairman with John w. Armstrong of the coming Kiwa rns fourth of july Celebration in Altamont a in describing the fireworks entertainment which awaits All who visit this Village on the National Holiday. To Bear out or. Osterhout a claim a Complete list of fireworks will be published in the Enterprise next week. A a a. A. Mis a the .fuewox.iis, we mean a will be the Climax of a Gigantic ice Crean and Strawberry festival to be staged in. The Village Park beginning at 6 30 n. On the evening of the fourth. The kiwanis club to finance the Cost of the fireworks music. And other expenses from the Sale ranking Brooklyn Ace appears july 4 in Altamont races one of the first entries received for the midget Auto races on the Alta Mont Speedway july 4, was that of Len Duncan Brooklyn Driver who finished tilth among several Hundred Drivers in the american racing Drivers club last year. The directors of the tri county fair at Altamont. Which is sponsoring the july 4 six event meet said the first entries indicate the Cream of the 1950 midget speedster crop is coming to Altamont because of the advantages of driving on a hah Mue. Irack. Other Early entries include George Fonda of Lansdale pa., Fred Peters of Plainville n. J., and Carl Miller of Philadelphia All piloting a of a Nehaus ers and Jimmy Kay of new Britain conn., widely known a Ford racer. Len. Duncan wheeled his offy to of ice Cream and strawberries and weight wins in feature races last year has gone a Way out on a limb. Only to gain the respect who indulge the generous patronage of the Public in the roaring midget sport. He is mar from and wide can for such ried and has two youngsters and is a pictured above Are members of the new knights of Colury Tybus Council which was instituted in Altamont last sunday. Seated left to right a Robert Foley Alfred Meineker Reo. Marion Daniel Barlow Raymond Bohen. Second Row Rev. Joseph Horgan John a Pollard or Douglas Bell Charles Bleichner William Burke. Third Row a Patrick Doran Joseph Rissacher Carl Walters Clifford Shoro Robert Richford. A a a photo by Smith photos. Altamont i events to come a churches schools fraternal j j a and other organizations a dance every saturday round and Square dancing will be held every saturday night at Heider a Berg ranch. Altamont. Music by Jack sibe warts orchestra with Bill Chaitin As caller a -. A kiwanis speaker ice Cream socials ice Cream socials will be held at st. Mark s lutheran Church. Genter. Every saturday evening through the summer season. Dance and game party the . Community Hall is open to the Public every wednesday and Friday night tor recreation. Including basketball a a dancing a and game parties saturday nights tor Benefit of duanes Burgh fire cd. Dance at Voorheesville the alumni association of Voorheesville Central school will give a dance at osterhout s Indian ladder Lodge on Friday. June 23. Music by Herman Oppe and his orchestra and dancing will be from 9 00 to 1 00. A door prize will be awarded. Strawberry festivaljune.23td at to fish amp a id Strawberry festival. / to be. Sponsored by Fidelis class of. St. Johns lutheran Church in the Altamont Village Park. In Case of Fain the event will be held on saturday a a a Wirig Jirine 24th. A k. Of c. Council instituted Here by Albany unit Strawberry Slipper the ladies Aid society of on Esq a thaw ref Orniel Church will hold the annual Strawberry supper at Hall Friday a a jdie2 3v- first table at 5r30 p. Menu baked Ham mashed potatoes Gravy pineapple cabbage salad vegetable plate jello Coffee Rolls and Strawberry Shortcake food Sale. The ladies a id Socle to of the new i held a. Food Sale so Thi Day Une a ii at the Voorheesville Corner Obegi urging at 12 Libori committee iri a ply of a re mrs1 Frederick wide no in Brando to mrs. Blanche i Halsted and mrs Clifton a Smith. A quot bake Sale june 24 Knox Yoni steer firemen is affix in iary will hold a baked and food Sale at Cruper a food store in. Altai Hont Oil saturday juice 24th, starting at 9 3i> a. In. A a a a. W. R. David a w. R. David vice president and. General manager of radio. Station in intr. Albany will be. The guest speaker at Altamont kiwanis regular dinner meeting monday night june 26th. At the Maplewood inn. His subject will be quot the radio and television a. A or. David has had 30 years experience in radio engineering. He was sales manager of broadcasting equipment for general electric for Many years. A world War ii or. David served As ice. Chairman for the pm panel radio technical planning Hoard set up by the radio Industry and the Federal cd Minuit ice tins commission. He is past quot director of the f>1 association. And has served on other National engineering groups. Vacate a Bible school to the. Institution of a new knights of Columbus Council in Altamont sunday. Opened with a communion mass. After the mass the. Men marched from st. Lucy s Church to the american legion Hall led by a delegation of the Colon guard from the it. Rev. Monsignor Michael j. Looney general. A Assembly fourth degree. A. Of a. Of Albany. A breakfast was served by. The ladies auxiliary of the american legion. Principal speaker was Eugene r. Connell grand Knight elect of the Albany Council. John j Pollard. Or acted As toastmaster. At 2 p. A first degree was con i feared by the Albany Council degree team headed by John j. Masko. District Deputy. .-.39th. District grand Knight James j. Morrissey Chancellor Wilham Fairley. Warden Paul prior. The choir was under the direction of Leo p. Chanette faithful navigator. A a \. A visiting officials included grand a Knight William Fitzpatrick of Waterford financial Secretary Jpn Morin of Waterford Edward j. Morrissey Eric Mason. Egedio Rossi and Louis e. Fonda. Of Albany. A. Another first degree will be Ecra Ferrod during the month of july taking the men from st. Magdalene Sophie. Parish. Quot a meeting will be held Ori Friday june 2-3, at 8 p. M., at Lasalette Seminary. Quot. A. A a a o a a a. Quot kiwanis club sponsors Strawberry festival a Strawberry festival will he held at the. New so a pm ref of med Church Lay Oil saturday/,.june 24th, at. 2 p. the event is sponsored by the a ladles Aid society. Who will serve Hoiu Etna de ice Cream Eake and strawberries. Alf Welcome. Strawberry festival the up and doing class of the Hel Verberg Church i Gilderland Genter will hold a Strawberry festival Juno 28 the serving a re iri a Ftp on Hoine made. Ice Crespi and shot it cake Strawberry Slipper a Strawberry supper Wili be held at the Jerusalem reformed Church Foura Bush on wednesday june 28. Menu baked Virginia Ham mashed potatoes and Gravy. Cabbage salad the. Village daily vacation Bible school sponsored by the Altamont reformed and st. Johns lutheran Dhur Hes will begin its. Session wednesday morning june 28,at .9 of clock. Classes will be held. Daily Between the hours of 9 a. A and 12. Noon the school will remain in session through Friday july 14-th. There will be no classes on july 4th. Ii sunday june 25th, during the Church school hour registration Blanks will be distributed among the Young quot Folk. Registration will take place at st. Johns lutheran Church monday and tuesday mornings june -26 and 27-Between 9. Of clock and 12 noon. Registration a Laiks May be obtained at the Registe Attoh desk on tuesday should any youngster he absent from. The Church school session sunday morning. In order to organi Izz fhe classes it is Imp Rativo that All youngsters Register of monday and tuesday quot. The vacation Bible school will provide a a Curry Culum for All the Young stars of the Village Between. The Ages of 4 and 14. The course incl fees study hours music arts and crafts and recreation. A among those serving on the staff Are miss. Marvin Vroman miss Barbara Hungerford mrs. Win. Brown Musl. Arthur Bassler mrs. Kenneth Oross mrs. Charles Garrison mrs. A Clarence gaga. Mrs. Charles Kelley mrs Janie s Morecraft mrs. William clarke., miss Patricia Pendorf and miss Katie Klamkin. Closing exercises of the school Are scheduled for thursday evening july 13th, at 7 30 of clock iii the Altamont reformed Church. A picnic for the entire school is also planned for the 14th. String Befts bread butter Coffee last Day of the Debs Friday july Thilk iced Tea Strawberry Shortcake. Serving starts at 5 3-0 a in., and Wilt continue until All Are a served. I a cont hit Eisou Page 3 a a tam it kiwanis is sponsoring. A Junior baseball team. Twenty four spirited boys ranging in Ages from 12. To .15 years Are participating in this new kiwanis venture. Or Acilee is held tuesday and Friday nights at the school grounds under. Direct supervision of the members of Kiwi iii a Phe boys will play a schedule of games with neighbouring kiwanis. Clubs. The boys will also play in tile sixth division play offs held in Schenectady on August .24., a. Equipment has been furnished a by the club and each member of the team is sporting a new base Ball Cap. A a a a q a a a Ruth Fil kiwis Wright died at the Albany a Hospital on june 16 after a Short illness born at South a Berne on october to 1899, a daughter of Lva by a Ker Flike is. And the late Benjamin i. Flans her childhood was spent at East Berne where or. Firkins was a Farmer. She was. Married in 1917 j. Wright and lived for. Several years in Albany and Chester a. A in 1945, they purchased a farm in Renss Law a Villa where she Das since resided. Mrs Wright is survived by her husband a son Robert e. Wrig it of Chester fa., a daughter mrs. Ervin Rogers , her Mother mrs Iva Firkins a brother Lewis Fil Kius of Holder n. Y., and a sister mrs. James Gifford of Rensselaerville a so surviving Are seven grandchildren. A services were held monday june 19, at the a bimts a funeral Home it Berne the key. A. William Duitsman officiating. Interment was in the Woodlawn cemetery Berne o notice a Celebration a with the fireworks display free to. Everyone. So friends dome to Altamont on the. Fourth you will he More than Wel Cote and Tafry a while in the Park listen to the. Tuneful 12-piece German band and buy 10 or. 12 dishes of ice Creal arid fresh strawberries. This and this alone will the expenses which Altamont Kiwa mans will incur in providing a Good time for you and a fitting Celebration of the Day. The following committees have been appointed within the kiwanis club to handle the Celebration advertising and publicity a Howard ogs ferny. Clayton Wormer Jack Jalet Charles a re ambr. Fireworks a John Armstrong Merlin osterhout. Ernest a George Ballagh John Pollard. Bob Bushnell. Bruno Klamm Warren Jones. Ward and music a we. Wands Edwin Sanford. James Van Vessy pm Howard Ogsbury. Police a Alfred. Whipple Altamont firemen. Insurance and permits a Millard Severson. Wright Westfall. Ice Cream. Strawberries., and soda Ralph. A Westervelt Brooks. Dean Gowan. Dunham. Severson Lape Pinkerton. Morecraft. Creamer Crupe Pollard. Elgie. Kelley. Heins Walters Chestnut. Schilling Aud. Yander wer Ken. A. A to Hilderberg league results thursday. June 15 Guilderland. 17. Ivnor Cave 2 _ new Salem 6. Karls Feld 4. Albany hoboes 9., Berne 2. Altamont Colome game postponed a because of failure of umpires to appear. A a. Sunday june 18. A Altamont 19, Knox Cave 8. Col Priit a Berne 5 Albany hoboes 8, Karls Feld 7. Go Ildy a la rid 11. New Salem 4. Tuesday june 20 Colonie 5, new Saie rii 1. Altamont 4, Albany hoboes. 4 8-in-Nirigtie game called on account of darkness. Karls Feld 14. Knox Cave 6. Bertie 6, Guilder and 5 Navy Veteran. Time trials to determine All starters will get underway at Altamont at noon on july 4. Six events with the �6-car 25-Lap feature the Climax Are on the afternoon card. The meeting is part of the tri county fairs entertainment program to provide funds for the fair aug. 21 to 26. County to Asso Dation gives on team. Standings As of june 20 Berne 8 2 .800 Colonie 7a 2 .778 Guilderland. 6. 2 .750 Albany hoboes 6 2 .750 Altamont 2 3 .400 new Salem 3 a 5 .375 Karls Feld 1. 9 .100 Knox Cave 1 9 .100 a i a / the Albany county tuberculosis association has reported that three pos. Sible cases of tuberculosis were Dis covered in the Alta Morit area As a result of. The free Chest a Ray program conducted Here on May 26th. There were 436. Persons residents of Altamont and the surrounding area who took advantage of the Opportunity to a Check up on their in addition four other Chest abnormalities of some clinical significance whip observed. A. The individual reports to each., person having a Chesta array during the program were being mailed put this week the association reported or. A j. Erickson director of a the Albany county. Tuberculosis association in on the program said a these result compare. Very Cir sely with our average finding iii our Chest. A Ray programs. These persons with Chest abnormalities will be Given Opportunity to have another followup free Chest a Ray to Check on the original film.-. A also they will be referred to their own family physician or to one of our Chest clip pics for. Further examination. A i a in the event a final diagnosis of Active disease is established it is much better to. Know it Early and get the proper medical supervision than to wait until physical sync atoms appear and the disease May be much worse. -. Divinc Prest assistant to the director of the Albany county tuberculosis association spoke it a. Meeting of the Altamont Kiv Vanis club monday evening on the Refe uits of the recent visit of the a xray to Altamont. He a also told of the new inet hods that have been developed in the treatment of . Altamont kiwanis was one of the sponsors of the a xray Cruiser so visit Here and or. Imprest thanked Kwan tabs and the Many others who co operated so Well with him and his co workers on their visit Here May 26th. A ,. O a a a. A tile annual meeting of High Point cemetery Assoc Maitlon will be held Joy sat games scheduled thursday june 22 last night i Colonie. At Neil Salem. Guilderland at Berne Albany hoboes at Altamont. Kriwox Cave at Karls Feld sunday june 25. New Salem at Guilder and. Bertie at Colonie. Altamont at Knox Cave. A Karls Feld at Albany. Tuesday june 27 ber Nei at new. Salem. I Gilderland at colorite. Karls Feld at Cave at Albany a wednesday june 28 colorite at Altan int play off of postponed game. Thursday june 29 colorite at Guilderland. New Salem at Berne Albany hoboes at Knox Cave., a Lamont Atka Alsfeld. A "7 of quot held Berg league plans for two night contests tiv regularly a scheduled Hilderberg league baseball. Games will be the a Bill of fare for. Fans of this area on Friday right july 21st, at Bohls Field on route 20 it Guilder land. The first four teams a in the league standing at. That time will be to in participants in a Twilight and a night contest under the lights. Last year for the first time the a Hilderberg league staged a twi night program at Durfos Field on. The Alt a Nio it Thompsons like Road. The even to was attended by More than a thousand persons and was a Success that league officials decided this year to stage a similar events this time at Guilderland which is More centrally located. Tickets have already been placed Oil Sale at the bargain Price of 50 cents for both games a a five hour Community Leader Dies centralization in Guilderland wins a a % Uji fri do Rock e. Keenholts to late f. E. Keenholts hundreds of area resident s visited the fri a end la funeral Home last saturday evening to respects to the memory of Frederick e. Keenholts whose sudden death on june 15th brought sadness to the whole. Community. A sense of personal loss Seemet to be the thought of All those who were present. I the funeral Home was again filled. Sunday afternoon at the final service. Rev. Janies e. Vari Tessein minister of the Altamont reformed Church conducted the service and paid i a glowing tribute to the Man who had done so much for Church Community and. Home said or. Van vessel. 1 a a As his footsteps everywhere in Community interests and interests beyond the. Community so his life touched other lives in an Ever growing Circle of and friends. Testimony. To that is Beirne out Here today by the very numbers in which you have assembled to your respects to him a quot scores of Beautiful Flora pieces were a. Further testimony to the esteem. In which or was held Var and wide. -. A a a a a a a interment took place in. Prospect Hill cemetery it Guilder arid. Bearers were Williaim Locki Ini. Daniel Quigg judge Robert Laff iri George Slrine Harold Pangburn and waiter Keenholts. A a. ,. In the words of Rev. Van a vessel a the years allotted to him were not Many. Truly he was but in the High Noontide of life. And yet he had in. Planted his footsteps in so Many of the. Valuable enterprises1 of our Community that they will continue visible to ris who remain for As Long As we shall a ,. A full text of Rev. Van vessel s Sermon will be found. Elsewhere iii this Issue of the Enterprise. ,. O a commencement june 27 committees for year at an executive meeting last thursday. Night the following committees for Hilderberg Post 971. American legion were appointed for the ensuing year a to ways and Means a Frana Sand Edward. Rowe Oary Gaius Mauer Gaige and Albert Mesic cd. Ambulance a a Harry Fellows go. Wine and Alfred Whipple. I membership a Doti Ald Snyder for the Berne area Vernon Warner for Knox area Verrier Sharp jr., for al Lamont area. Service officers a Albert Mesick for Altamont area Leo of Brien. For a Berne area. / a sick Call and Relief a George so or Lemire for Altamont area Donald Conklin for Berne area Donald Weid Man for Knox area. V a color Briard and firing squad a Milton Hart jr., Brae area Richardet Gler Altamont area. Americanism a Robert Conklin and Henry Swart. 1 ,. A publicity a Carl l. Sand arid Vernon Warner. Building Alfred Meineker Albert Mesick Harry Fellows Walter Gaige and Earl Clickman next monthly meeting of Heider Berg Post will be As usual the so cd did monday of the month july 10th this will be a combined meeting of Amer can legion and american legion auxiliary so done to forget the Date a july 10th. A o subscribe to the Altamont Enterprise a $2.50 per year. Quot i Day june 24, at 2 p. Iii. At a baseball entertainment. Tickets in of Ellsworth cli Sebro main so Malta the Mariy communities covered by the a a a pcs fandom so poll chased j. Roll and Crompton headmaster of the Pennington school for boys Pennington n. will deliver the address to the graduates of Altamont a High school. At a the commencement exercises to be held tuesday evening june 27th, at st. Johns. Lutheran Church. His subject will be a life is Worth a. Charles Chandler of Altamont will give the valedictory address arid miss Leatrice Steinard of Slingerlands us will give the Salut Atory. Other Honor st dents of the senior class Are Wanda Fred Udall Marcia Pangburn and Howard Benson. A a the baccalaureate service will be held in the reformed Church sunday evening. The Sermon will be delivered by Rev. James e. Van vessel minister of the Church on the subject Berne Knox commencement on june 26 commencement exercised of Berne Knox Central schools will be held in a the school auditorium at. Berne1 on monday right june 26th, at 8 of clock. Address to the class of 1950 Ivill be Given by Warren w. Kip assistant commissioner of education. Joyce b. Northrip will give the valedictory ad-., dress arid Phyllis j. Willsie is Saluta Tori a. ,. A a Bacco a Aure at service of by Rny Knox. Wylli take place at the school auditorium on sunday evening june .25, at 8 of clock the Sermon will be delivered by Bev s. William Duitsman minister of the a Berne reformed Church. O by a vote of nearly two Orie residents of 10 school districts in the. Guilderland township area voted tries Day for a Central school total of 2.007 votes was cast. Of these 1,302. Voters favored Tho Cen Ifrain nation plan and 703�?T opposed. There was one void ballot arid Cine Blank. Some 4,000 voters were eligible to their ballots. Quot / / nine of the ten districts situated iii the new Central District Are located in a the to amp in of a Guilder arid and Orie Dis met is situated in three towns Beth / Lehem new Scotland and Guilder and the ten districts included in. The Central District Are dist. 2, Durris Villa dust. 3, Parker a Corners dist. 4. Guilderland Village dist. 6, Guilder Larid Center dist. 7, Altamont dist. 9, Osborne a Corners dist. 11, Mckownville dist 13, fullers dist. 14, and dist. 14 North both Sehein. / ,. / a. A the District will be known As. Central District no 2 of the towns of Guilderland Bethlehem and. New Scotland. The voting was held at the Albany Schenectady Bush company garage in i Gilderland from 10 a. To. 8 a m. Daniel c. Frederick of Parker a Corners was permanent chairman of the Day. John h. Martin of Guilder land Center was clerk. Leveri assistant clerks and eight tellers also were named at a preliminary meeting As the election began. Board elected after the counting of ballots the meeting was resumed education was elected the e tire ? sly to of officers named by Tijeri a Mia a a Ting coir Mitilee was elected ass Fol / lows one year Leslie Stevart dunns / Lille John Welsb fliers Arnold Davis North Bethlehem. Twp years Herman Kaasa. Alta Morit Harold Miller a Mckownville William Endicott Guilderland Center. Three years William Borden Guil deviant of Carl Gilbert Westmo re or. Nelst id Schard fort Hunter five. Other were made from the floor. Unsuccessful candidates for membership on the Board of education were Wilri int Kinns Dun Rosville Ernest Albright. Osborne a / co hers Stephen Flieger a both Bethlehem Esther Smith Moko Winville arid Hoyward Picard Westr nere. / \ assistant clerk a a serving As. Assistant clerks at the quot meeting were. Martin Mathusa West Mere. Mrs. Ruth Wolcott fullers. Mrs. Helen ii Miitchell Guin do re an fri men. Fer mrs. Ger . Punks Volle mrs. Alice. Harrington Osbo fris car Pierri a mrs. fiks Tchi re. North Bethlehem mrs. Ethel Christ offers Guilder 1 and Village mrs. Helen Armstrong parkers Corners Mead a z. Sheldon a Lamont Fin Cicciu. Fort Hunter and or Cross Mckown / Ville. A a a a tellers were Chandler. Parkers carriers chief Teller mrs Anna May Ford Guilderland a Center mrs. Barbara Larche Guilde Planci Vil. Lage mrs. Irene Kent a Ltd my not mrs. Joan de Spring eau North Bethlehem mrs. John Fick Osborne confers a mrs. Deloria Rundel Midk own Ille and mrs Alberta Mcnicol fort huh / ter. A a. A the nominating Conri Pittee a included or. Milford a. Becker Mckown Ville chairman Isaac Hungerford Alta Morit. Kellogg Mitch in Guilder land a a Canter mrs. Beatrice. Cio Urise a Guilderland Village mrs. Elizabeth. Derry fort. Hunter z mrs. / Frances Demming North a Bethlehem arid mrs Earl Gray Durins Ville. A. Of / quot Man bitten by Rattler swim classes died Julia a. Smith. A Secretary from managers arid players. More details will be Given later. I Armstrong a at Dunnsville june 21, mail shall a., husband of Augusta Allen father of a Rob it of Scotia Evlyn Weid Inari of Ilion Jane Morgan of Schenectady arid Frederick of Dayton a. Brother of waiter Leonard and Robert Armstrong. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 p. M., from the Fredendall funeral Pirie Altamont. Interment at Kriwox Peirie Tery registrations Are still being received for the red Cross swimming course opening at Pangburn son Warners Lake june 26 Frodo id a. To Poon. The course which is free and open to the Public will meet daily through july 7, except saturday sunday and july 4r quot a a a registrations Inay be made at. The red Cross chapter a House 3 Englewood place Albany 5-7301,. 6r with the following Branch ii Airton Clarksville mrs. W. Earl Zeh Voorheesville mrs. Robert a Meacham new Salem mrs. Frederick pol than a a i Zionville mrs John Mudge new Scotland a mrs. Willis to Tayidi and with Harold Pangburn at. Pangburn Siebach. / the Altamont and Guilderland Center Hoiass scheduled for 1 30 a to on the same dates is filled to capacity Willard Kuhn 29, of Middle Burgh who was bitten on the hand by fri 18- Inch Rattlesnake sunday was released from. Albany he spite a Snake struck Atka in while he. Was changing in Arib my a ii Gre near his Home sinking its fangs into his a hand just a Bove the thumb Kuhn said he Kiuei the reptile with a tire Iron and then summoned the Palmer she Yler ambulance to take him to Albany Hospital ibo can use no doctor was available in old dlr Birgh. Before starting off in. The ambulance Kuhn slashed a the wound in a attempt to Drain at the Hospital was Given anti Snake serum and detained Over Riis it for a observation. A / A spokesman for the state a Ponser vation depart nent said that rattle snakes a re seen occasionally in. r harie county but Are not common. A quota Kuhn Tell Hospital attendants he. / had seen rattlesnakes on other occasions but that he. Had never Jjo fri hit ten by one before this encounter. A /.,. A to / -./. Plans Straw Jerry festival Quaker Street. A the a ii iary of the Quaker Street fire Cota pany will sponsor a Strawberry and ice Ore to festival june 28, the affair will Start at 7. P. On the Lawri. Of the first Christian Kurch. Lri eve Ofrain it will he held in the Chirch Din ing room. A. The a Esperance band wih present a ebb Cert or Irrig the evening. A mrs. Benjamin Wilbur has a been Iiames chairman of the genetic i com Init tee in charge. Mrs. William cd be was named co chairman. Others on. The general committee Are mrs. John James mrs. Frank Griessler mrs. Allen a Hosier mrs. Put Santora mrs. Palmer Burnett and miss Heierli a la Nuvert. In charge of publicity Are mrs. Margaret Becker and mrs. Edward Bradley ;