News roundabout

The Warrensburg Central School reports that as of Sept. 1959, enrollment was 952 students. The kindergarten enrollment, according to Principal Durwood Weaver, is this year the largest in the school's history. Roscoe Hastings was appointed to the custodial staff.

Hap O'Neill and his family have moved from Saranac Lake into James Reynolds' camp at The Glen. Maude Pratt has sold her home on Gold St. and moved into the Brown house, property of the Warrensburg Methodist Church.

Arthur R. Thayer, seaman apprentice, USN, son of Francis Thayer of Warrensburg, is in Boston serving aboard the anti-submarine aircraft carrier USS WASP.

Rev. William Knecht of Stony Creek came home from fishing in the Schroon River where he landed a 31-inch Great Northern Pike weighing 6 lbs., 1 oz.

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