It was just two years ago, Nov. 11, 1957 that railroad service to Lake George was discontinued after 75 years.
Salaries in the 1960 Warrensburg Town budget for next are listed as Supervisor, $2,500; Town Clerk, $1,200; and Justice of the Peace, $4,500.
Town Clerk Bud Olden says hunting licenses are available during the day at his job at Pasco's store and after 6 p.m. at his home at the intersection of Hudson and First streets.
A brindle-and-white yearling steer from Needham's farm in Athol has either been lost, stolen or strayed.
Marion Tripp of Lake George, widow of Julian Tripp, celebrated her 92nd birthday. She and her late husband operated Tripp's Restaurant at Lake George for many years.
Richard and Lorain Potter are now managing Potter's Restaurant in Warrensburg. John and Marion Potter have leased the diner and motel to their son Richard in preparation for an extended vacation in the south.
Richard Menshausen was presented a 50-year membership pin by the Oddfellows Lodge in recognition of long and faithful service. His son Marvin, a past Noble Grand of the lodge, had the honor of placing the jewel on his father.
Ed Hubbell of Clayfield's Department Store (later owned by Cal Engle) was elected president of the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce at a meeting held in the Niagara Mohawk building (across Main St. from present day Glens Falls National Bank). Fred DeVries is retiring as president. Attorney Donald Borth was elected vice-president.