by Mrs. Agnes Martin
Pho. Tuck. 6-6692
NOTES METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Joseph E. Uncle,
Mrs. Helen Mathis, Organist
Sunday, November 2nd.
A. M. — Morning Worship Holy Communion. Meditation:
“This In Remembrance of Me.” Music by the combined choirs.
A. M. —
, Mrs. William Maurer, Supt. Church School
P. M. — Evening Worship Topic: “What Is My Business?”
’s Saint Paul , New Gretna. To conduct a Spiritual Life Program for the month of November. The purpose of the program is to deepen the religious experience of the members of the church and to increase the attendance of the members at the services. Materials from Tydings in Methodist Church and from various other sources will be used to assist in every way a development of the joyous Christian Spirit and to build greater attendance. According to Rev. Mr. Uncle, pastor of the church, “A concerted effort will be made to get people to devote their lives to the Lord and to be loyal to his Church.” Nashville, Tennessee
Mr. Hugh Cosline
Sunday, November 2nd.
A. M. — Church school for all ages.
A. M. — Morning Worship with the Girl Scouts and Brownies in attendance.
P. M. — flames
. Mission School
P. M. — Evening Worship Service.
Donations for the Belvidere Home can still be brought to the church, as no one was able to go to
this week. However, this is the last chance this year, so let’s try to make a good donation. Belvidere
Saturday, — Senior Fellowship Halloween Party.
Tuesday, November 4, The newly organized Junior Fellowship under the leadership of Seniors Janet and Margery Allen and Joyce Maxwell.
Thursday, Prayer Meeting, followed by Drucilla Bible Class at
Uncle Sam is requesting your presence at his office, the New Gretna Fire House, on
November 4th, 1952, any time between and , to advise him on the conduct of his business. If you fail to heed his invitation — don’t criticize or complain during the ensuing term of office of the elected officials. You will have forfeited your right to do so. Therefore, remember — November 4th— VOTE.
The W. S. C. S. of the
will serve a Baked Ham Dinner at the P. O. S. of A. Hall on Election Day, November 4th, from to Methodist Church
The Board of Education meets the first Monday each month in school. The next meeting is scheduled for November 3rd, at .
This is Girl Scout Week. The New Gretna troop started the week with the usual meeting on Monday and enjoyed a Halloween party. They will complete the week by attending church in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning. It is hoped that all the girls will cooperate by attending in a body. The Brownies are included.
Mrs. Norman Mathis last Saturday visited her father, Mr. Henry Gaskill at the U. S. Marine Hospital on
Staten Island, and found him able to be up and around.
Three fires within a week have made extra work for our firemen. The Horton chicken houses last week Wednesday. On Saturday a brush fire demanded their attention at the home of Harry Cranmer on the
New York Highway. Sunday evening the men were called out from homes and church services to help extinguish the fire in a barn on the property of Mrs. Emily Ware in Green Bank. As there were 1500 bales of dog hair stored in the barn the fire burned and smoldered all night and some of the men stayed on guard until morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carr and little daughter Marilyn, of
, recently visited the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Carr on the Philadelphia New York Highway.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Leonhard had as weekend visitors their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Myers, of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Adare, of Woodbury, visited the former’s sister, Mrs. George Carr recently.
Jack Archer with his class from the
in Friends High School , was privileged to take a trip to Atlantic City where they visited the United Nations Council during the past week. New York City
Mrs. Ida Vincent has returned to New Gretna after spending some time with relatives at
Mrs. Charles Kauflin is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Amanda Lee, of Scullville, helping to celebrate Mrs. Lee’s 84th birthday.
Mrs. Inman of the
New York Highwayhas been spending some time visiting relatives in . Passaic
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alston Adams of
, D. C. surprised his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Adams on Sunday. Before returning to Washington , Mr. Alston Adams attended a conference in Washington on Tuesday. Philadelphia
Mr. John H. Maxwell, of
, father of Mr. Curtis Maxwell, is critically ill at his home. His age, 93 years, is somewhat of a handicap. Wading River
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mathis spent a week in
, visiting her sister, Mrs. Alice Dulio. Mrs. Dulio came back with the Mathises for a week’s visit in New Gretna. Lancaster, Pa.
Mrs. Ethel Robbins is very ill at her home on
New York Highway.
Joseph Shropshire is having a few days from his studies at
and spent Tuesday at the home of his parents. Rutgers University
Mrs. Charles Lang on Tuesday visited her cousin in
hospital. Atlantic City
[ Tuckerton Beacon - October 30, 1952]
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Friday, February 20, 2009
Another Time Machine Trip - October 30, 1952
I'm itchin' for another trip back in time. The controls are set for New Gretna on October 30, 1952. Care to come along?
The churches are still active, election day is scheduled in the New Gretna Fire House followed by a Ham Dinner in the Knights of Pythias Hall on Route 9, Girl Scout Week is highlighted with a Halloween Party, the fire company responded to three fires, and Donald Maxwell's 93 year old grandfather in Wading River is ill. Of course, there's the usual gossip buzzing around.
My big question about this trip is how does someone get 1500 bales of dog hair and why would they store it in their barn? There must be a lot of bald dogs around Green Bank. Perhaps I should start a doggy toupee business. Hope someone out there can shed some light on this puzzle.
It should be an enjoyable trip, so put on your Time Travel goggles and hang on tight . . .
Hope today's trip back to October 30, 1952 was enjoyable for you. If you saw someone you recognized, drop us a line here at the blog with a little info or story about that person or persons.