From the Scrap Book of Lena Belle (Beers) Alverson, Walton Reporter
clipping - May, 1952
MRS. ROBERT RAY, son, FREDERICK; MRS. LEON JESTER of Delhi visited MRS.
FLOYD HALL Friday afternoon. They also called at the WILSON home.
RONALD LEE, infant son of MR. and MRS. JUNE VAN VALDENBURG, born Mar. 21,
and who spent his entire life in an incubator, now weights 3 1/2 pounds. He
was gaining too fast to make his own blod, so it was necessary to take him to
Cooperstown for blook transfusion. He was there for one week and is back
again now to Smith's hospital in Walton, were he is a favorite patient of the
MRS. JOSEPH BONACKER of Albany visited her sister, MRS. E. C. PARSONS,
over the week end.
In her quest for data of the early history of Beerston church, MRS.
WILSON has been loaned a picutre of a class of small children with MRS.
NORMAN WALL as teacher, also a class of young people showing SMITH GOODRICH'S
sons in their late teens. The BARLOW boys are present in the picture with
MRS. WALL. Does anyone else have similar pictures taken about 1895 or 1910?
Your pictures may show other sersons, be as interesting to reproduce, and
incorporate in the history.
Sunday guests of MR. and MRS. GRAHAM JACKSON were MR. CHARLES BENDLE,
SR., MR. and MRS. CHARLES BENDLE, JR., and family of Jeffersonville; MR. and
MRS. HOMER SALISBURY, MRS. WILLIAM McUMBER and children, MRS. CAROLINE LAKE,
all of Roscoe. MRS. LAKE is spending a few days with her daughter before
MR. and MRS. DONALD BUDINE visited his brother, RONALD, at Camp Kilmer
MR. and MRS. ORVILLE WHITTAKER spent the week end in Syracuse, guests of
MR. and MRS. WARD HOLLEY and MR. AND MRS. LYNN HOLLEY.
MR. and MRS. HOBART WILSON and son, NILES, are visiting MR. WILSON's
brothers and sisters in the western part of the state this week end.
This is a trip in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. There were
the first couple to be married in Beerston church, and the church will again
resound to the wedding march this week when MISS JEANNETTE DUTCHER will
become the bride of GENE WILSON of Williamsport, PA., on May 31 at 3 p.m.
This will make the 5th wedding in Beerston's church.
MR. and MRS. ARNOLD BARNHART and family of Woodford, MRS. MARTHA MOSHER
and daughter, ANNABELLE, of this place, visited the graves of relatives
buried at Cooks Falls, Sunday.
MRS. ERNEST GOODRICH and son, CHARLES, of Walton, and MRS. STURGIS
GOODRICH of this place motored to Goshen Saturday. MRS. NELLIE R. GOODRICH,
who has been visiting in New Jersey for the past two weeks, returned home
with them. MRS. GOODRICH's last visit was with MR. and MRS. JACK GIBBON of
Goshen, where she was met by her daughter-in-law.
MR. and MRS. JESS WOOD of Oneonta called on her mother, MRS. ONA BOWKER,
MRS. LYNWOOD JACQUES, who underwent an operation for appendicitis
recently, is spending a few days with her mother, MRS. VIVIAN DAVIS, in