Thomas Harrington is chairman of the Warrensburg Fire Co.'s food committee and he is assisted by Glenn Bates, Karl Duell Jr., Warren Parker, Durwood Weaver and Lewis Crandall. On March 5, 1960 they will entertain the fire company wives with a special dinner.
Niagara Mohawk's new $500,000 substation on Summit St., Warrensburg, has been completed and will go into operation this month, district manager Roy Randall has announced.
Sandra and John Nelson of Yonkers are the parents of a daughter, Kristin Nelson, born March 1, 1960. Sandra Nelson is the daughter of Mark Bruce who operates the Colonial Arms in Warrensburg.
Rev. and Mrs. James McClements of Warrensburg are the parents of a daughter, Gwendolyn, born March 3, 1960 in Glens Falls. Rev. McClements is pastor of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church on River St. The couple has two other daughters.
Harold and Ann Wilsey, of Syracuse, are the parents of a daughter, Ellen Marie, who was born March 9, 1960 in Glens Falls. The couple has two sons. Mrs. Wilsey is the former Ann Mains and was a member of the Warrensburg Central School faculty. Harold D. Wilsey Sr., Louise Hayes and Maude Pratt have motored to Syracuse to see the new baby.
There is a square dance every Saturday night with Jerry Potter's band at Jack Arehart's Stony Creek Inn.
The new town hall in Newcomb was dedicated Feb. 26, 1960 to the memory of Ernest D. Rist who had served the town since 1920 in various offices, the last of which was as supervisor.