The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on August 6, 1963 · Page 12
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The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts · Page 12

North Adams, Massachusetts
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Tuesday, August 6, 1963
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TWR.V* THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT TUESDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 6, 1963 Clarksburg Mrs. S. Ciishlnt Lane MOhawk M143 Two New Teachers Named to Complete Next 'Year's Staff With the appointment of Mrs, Grace Myers and Miss Walterina Maluda to teach the 6th and 5th grades respectively, all vacancies' in (he teaching staff of the local school system -have been filled, it was announced yesterday by Linwood Wardwelt, chairman ol the School Committee. Mrs. Susan P. Daniels, lasl year's 5Ui grade teacher in the Brisggsville School, has been named head teacher of the Elementary School and will teach 4th grade there. She replaces Mrs Belly Pasierbiak who resigned re- cenlly to accept a position in North Adams. Mrs. Myers Mrs. Myers is well acquainted with the Briggsville School, having substituted for three months last spring in the 6ih grade and for several weeks tlje year be/ore during (he illness of Mrs, Beatrice Plumb. She formerly lived inKeene N.H., and was graduated from Kcene Teachers College. She has had five years' teaching experi ence in New Hampshire and three years at the Tunnel School in the town of Florida in addition to serving as substitute in numerous area schools. She and her husband, Richard Myers, make their home on Myers St., North Adams. Miss Miss Maiuda will replace Mrs. Daniels as 5(h grade teacher. A Savoy native and 19fil graduate of North Adams Stale College, she has taught for two years in Cheshire and lives on Bracewell Ave. North Adams. The appointment of Manley Ty ler of North Adams to teach Eng lish and social studies in the 7th and 8th grades was announcer ROLLING ALONG — Ray Armstrong of Pownal Center rolli hot mix th»t has been applied to section around Pownal Elementary School Building. Blacktop ii being laid around school in hopai that hard jurface will prevent sand and dirt from being tracked into building. Savoy Mrs. Donald Vincent 2551 Routine Business The Selectmen conducted rou tine business at their weekl; meeting lasl night in the lown offices. earlier. Mrs. Grace Stetson wil continue to teach science anc arithmetic in these grades atu will serve is head teacher for the Briggsville School. Grading Begins Of Town Field For Recreation A start was made Sunday on the development of the town fielc as a community recreation area Fill was dug from the bank the rear of the town barn on Cross Road, trucked across the road lo the field and spread ii tlie low spots as the first step in grading the area. Participating in the work ses sion were a number of area res idcnls including members of the recreation committee and the Clarksburg-Slarnford-Florida foot ball committee. The equipment all borrowed, included two bull dozers, shovel. A baseball diamond and a foot Jaail field have been staked ou and it is hoped to have part the area flooded for skating this winter. He was a guest at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Edson E. Andrews on Sunday and,, accompanied by grandmother and aunt, Mrs Katherine Harwood, visited in Cheshire at the homes of Mr and Mrs. Vernon Derosia and his sraadmother's sister, Mrs. Bessie Fifield, and in Adams at the lome of his grandmother's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacobs. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krutiak on Sunday were her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nieroda and family of Agawam. Seven-year-old Melanie Kruliak has returned home with the Nieroda family to enjoy a week's vacation wilh them. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Davis ami their four children have re turned home after a three-day vacation trip to Aroostook Coun ty, Maine. Mr. and Junior Football League Sign-Dps Registration for Ihe Junior Foot ball League will take place to morrow night. Boys aged 9 through 14 who are interested in playing on the- Clarksburg-Flor ida-Stamford team this fall have been asked lo report between and 7.30 p.m. School. at the Briggsville Birthday Christopher F. Wright Christopher Francis Wright, grsnd-son of Mrs. Mary Bennett of Clarksburg, celebrated his 18th birthday on July 20 at his home in Milford, Conn. He is the brother of M. Peter Wright of Clarksburg and Robert Wright of Milford, Conn. The young man is a graduate of John a 111 on Law High Seliool in Milford and has enlisted in the U. S. Air Force. He is the son of Mrs. Margaret Wright of Milford Milford Wright. and the late Personals Mrs. William Peck of Kerrigan Roaci returned Sunday from the North Adams Hospital with her infant son, Allen Bliss, who was born Wednesday. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Trdro, also of Horrigan Road, and palernal grandpa rents are Mr. and Mrs, of Cross Road. Arlton Peck Given Ihe choice of while clover or alfalfa in Ihe same field, the honeybee will choose clover. Alfalfa pollen is harder lo reach. Around Town There will be a regular month ly business meeting of the Savoj Volunteer Fire Department tonight at 7.30 in the town hall. Personals Capt, James R. Hooker, grand son of Mrs. Lillian Barber, was home for two days from Otis Air Force Base on Cap* Cod Mrs. Robert Pearson of Hartford, Conn, are vacationing at their summer home in the Brier during the month of August. Dianne Andrews, eighl-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Syd Andrews, is visiting for a week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Monlville, at their home in Lanesboro. Saturday guests at the. homes of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Estes -md Mr. and Mrs. Merrill R Wilier were Mrs, Helen Walker of Springfield; her sister, Mrs, Grace Heath; and her father, Mr. Charles Robarge, both of Williamsburg. Bonnie Moreland, six-year-olrj daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Moreland, of Jordon, N.Y, .urned home on Saliwday with icr uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. , Estes and daughter, Gale, of Cheshire, after spend- ng Ihe past two weeks at the feme of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Gord»n W. Estes of he Hollow. Sunday guesls al the home of Mr. and Mrs. EtTsoti E, Andrews were her cousins, Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Hathaway and family ol Adams; their daughter, Mrs. Paul Montville of Lanesboro; their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. (cnneth Andrews and four sous of Northampton; their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Staney J. Gawle and four daughters of EasthampUm; Mr. and Mrs. Theron Warren and family of Walton; and Mr. and Mrs. Arhur Pixley and. daughter of Cum uiiiRton. Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Pixley were schoolmates. Mr. Clinton E. Tilton has urned home after spending the Lait showing lonigKt of "BIRD MAN OF ALCATRAZ" DISNEY SHORT PROGRAM Coming Wed. thru S«r. Wall Dlinty'i "SAVAGE SAM" "SON OF OLDYELLER" Alio Xerwin Mathewt in "JACK THE GIANT KILLER" , vcckcnd iii Montreal and Quebec. Accompanying him were his on ancl dmighler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 'Everelt Tilton, and liis jrandrjaughlers, ten-year-old Ar. enc Tilton and nine-year-old Wil- nn Lee Tilton, all of Sheffield. Visiting on Monday at the summer homes of Mr. and Mrs. Les er J. Thompson of Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thompson of New Britain, Conn., were the Messrs. Tlwmpson's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Curtis, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilcox, both of Avon, Conn, and the Curtis' nephew, Curtis Oliver lolte, VI. Barrows of Char- They Got Together MAYSVILUE, Ky. (AP) - John nie Adams sent two o! his delivery trucks on runs to separate sections of the city recently. An hour later he got a telephone call from police. The trucks collided headnn, causing considerable damage to both, Read»boro Mrs. J. Foster Collins GArfield 3-5398 To Attend Funeral Etwin Y. Holland of Tunnel St and Robert Stone of Whitingham left this morning for Actonvaile Que., to attend the funeral of Mar cell Gosselln, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gosselin of Tunne St., who died yesterday from in juries incurred in a Saturday iruck accident. The funeral wil be Thursday. Around.Town The Walter L. Case American Legion Post will meet tonight a 8 in the > Legion Home on Tun nel Street. Personals Miss Victorina Chrislofoltn writes from Trento, Italy that her return to Readsboro will be delayed a few weeks by haying. She returned to Italy the first part of the summer to help her mother Mrs. Maria Christofolini and sister and brothers get in the crops. She expects to return the ast of August to town where she is employed by her brother Mario Christofolini, in Mario's Store on Main Street. Frank Ross is reported improving al North Adams Hospital where he was taken for treatment on Thursday for rheuma- sm. Irwin Thayer, 92, still remains at North Adams Hospital and also is reported improved. He broke his leg nearly a month ago Mrs. Vesta Vose, a patient al North Adams Hospital since Friday, was , reported this morn- ng to be gaining, Miss Cindy Birch, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. John Birch Jr. of Brooklyn St. is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Stanley King in North Adams this week Gordon and Howard Phelps, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Richarc 'helps an<5 Barry Howes of Harriman Station returned Sunday evening from Camp Plymouth in where they have been spending the past week in Boy Scout training. Mrs. Phelps >roughl Ihe boys home. Those who Iransporled children o the Red Crss swimming lesions in Rowe, Mass., each day he '...>l two weeks of July treated themsleves to a lobster dinner and swim al Hearlwellville Lodge ast Friday evening. Those who ittended and met at- the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Collins on North Hill for lea before going to Heartwellville Lodge for dinner were Mrs. Richard Phelps, Mrs. Clin- Birch, Mrs.- Anthony Caruso, tfrs. Frank Caniso, Mrs. Norman Ylarr'hegiani, all of town; Mrs. Kelvin Coe of Heaiiwellville and Swimming Instructor Mrs, John T. Carrier of Whitingham. Miss Judy Gingrass of Rowe, dass., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Phelps and family on Whiitntjham Mrs. Austin V. Plumb EMplre 8-2337 ^ersonals Mrs. Bruce Russell and daugh er, Wanda, of Norfolk, Va., nre isiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tarnowski, while her iILSband, seaman App. Russell s on a cruise aboard the USS fogelgesarg. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tower ind children, George and Karen, if Monroe, Mass., visited her par- mis, Mr. and Mrs, Perley Car nth during the weekend. Mrs. Ralph Dodge and children, -f Monroe Bridge, Mass., visited ilr. and Mrj. Percy Dodge S«t- irday. Mrs. Paul Barnett and family nd Mrs. James Kickery and son, Steven, of Vernon visited' ieir parent*, Mr. and Mrs. George Hoyl Sr., Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Graves ,ave returned home after vac»- ioning in New York. Mrs. Russell Carrier wag • p«- ienL »t the Brittleboro Memo- ial Hospital, Sunday and Monay- Mr, and Mrs, Ljtnan Tefft and amily were visitors in Green- leld, Mass., Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Breen nd children, George, John and .jurie of Coventry, Conn., are pending sometime it the sum- ner home of his parents, nd Mrs. Hoy Brccn. Mr. Monroe Mrs. Earl Bowen HArrlion 4-5441 Personals Mr. and Mrs. John Wohler of Guilford were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tower. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Snow and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oakes and their children and Mrs. Adelaide Oakes visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Oakes and sons of Williamslown al Rjch- mond Camp in Rowe where they are vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Thayer and children of South Readsboro visited his cousin Richard Ballard and family of Bristol, Conn. Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. John Alex and children of Greenfield visited her jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tower, Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Bowen who Center M.ftouer been with her son-in-law has and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams of South Readsboro, several days spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Edith Reed of Jacksonville, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lavanway are grandparents of a daugh- er, born Sunday night at the North Adams Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Donald.Harveyof Clarks- >iirg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harvey of that lown are paternal grand- jarenls. Mr. and Mrs. Earl are jreat-grandparents. Mrs. Ellsworth Snow has a year-old Easter lily wilh five jlossoms on. ft did nol bloom al Easier lime this year. Her mother, Mrs. Adelaide Oakes had one a year old which bloomed at Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Throop Brown of Branford, Conn, are spending heir vacation at the summer lome here. Mr. and Mrs. William Furlon and family of Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Putnam and children of Jacksonville, Vt, were Sunday visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Furlon. On Monday, Wiliam Page a nephew of Mrs. Furlon and family of Hasting, N.Y. came lo spend a few days at the Furlon home. tin. Blacktopping Begin Of Section Around School Building William Hont of Bennington and bis men began blacktoppin the area around the Pownal Cen ter School yesterday. Powrr*! School directors are having a 10-foot wide section all around the Pownal Elemen tary School building blacktoppcd with a 20 foot strip extending into (he playground area. The work has been planned It aid in the cleaning at the schoo and it is hoped the hard surfac will prevent sand and 'dirt from i>oing carried inside the building During the summer months a covered rack for garbage pail has been constructed at the kit chen , door of the school and a new cinder block incinerator se up at the edge of the playground Alfred Chenaille did th» con struction on the two items, Personals Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Stro- sridge and Mr. and Mrs. Alfrec Chenaille and Iheir families spen the weekend camping at Laki Bomoseen, North Pownal Mrs. George M. Renaer 3-7SW Children Enroll In Swim Class Children enrolled in the Red Cross swimming classes at Lak< Paran for the next two weeks in elude beginners; Henrietta Roy Alan Langlais, Alonzo Bisson and Robert and Jerome St. Pier re; advanced beginners, Claire Bisson and Donald Roy; interme diates, Jean and Richard Rogers Pamela Eickson and Peter Roy swimmers, Martha and Kathleen Brickson; advanced ' swimmers Laura Langlais; junior life saving, Robert and Joseph Erickson and senior life saving, Ernest Langlais. John Secor is assisting the in structor, Henry Coley with Uie classes. Transportation is being furnish ed by Mrs. Donald Rogers, Mrs Holland Roy, Mrs, E. E. Erick son, Mrs. Donald Roy and Mrs Marcel Langlais. Children may still enter the classes for the courses of instruction. This will be the last Red Cross class in this area for the summer. Birthday Barbara Buck Barbara Buck celebrated her ninth birthday with a party at her parents' home Saturday. Fourteen friends and class- affair wilh enlertainmenl and birthday cake. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burdick Jr., and their family have moved from (heir home on Main Street to Willismstown, Mass. Mrs. Charles S, Buck and Mrs. Robert Hall and their families' oi North Hoosick, N.Y., called on Mr. and Mrs. Jay Buck Sunday. Jay Buck Is on vacation from his duties with the maintenance staff of the Pownal Tanning Cdnipany. Transcript Patterns 4679 12V1-24V4 FOUR WAYS SMART Pattern Ho. 4479 •( «Nin ADAMS Sull yourself smarllyl Two srllrts, «o Jacket versions add up to four iflerent rook-; proportioned to film • If iiiti. Choot* wool, shantung. Printed Paltern 4679: Hill Sizes '/i, 1*H. 16',J. 1>'<4. 20Vi. 22 1 /). 4(5. Slie 16^ requires 2W yards 4-ln fabric. FIFTY CENTS In coins for this pel- em — add 15 cent* for each pattern first-class mailing and speclel andlfnJC. Send tn Anne Arfams, c*re f THE NORTH ADAMS TRANSCRIPT, atlern Depl., 241 West 17th SI., New ork 11, N.Y. 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