SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 24, 1963 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCR1R SEVEN Savoy Mr.. Do»«H Vtaceai Friendly Hand Group Votes Two Donations Th* Friendly H«nd Group ol Dw Brier Ctupel met Thursday evening »t the home <rf Mrs. Archie Harwood. A new sl«l* of of- licen presided at the business meeting. They include Mm. Archie Harwood, president., Mr*. Id« > Kemp, vice president., Mrs. Burt Maynird, tecrelary., and Mn. Fred Gould, treasurer. It wu voted to make a $25 donation and a patch-work quilt for the Whalen Fire Fund. Refreshments were aerved and a social hour followed, Around Town The Selectmen will hold their weekly meeting on Monday at 8 p.m. in the town offices. # * » The School Committee will hold its monthly meeting Monday at 7.30 p.m. In the Hollow School. Personals Two-year-old Kimberly Jo Persons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Persons of Cheshire, is enjoying a two-week vacation at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sadlow of River Rd. Rebekoh Lodge A meeting of Twilight Rtbtkar Lodge wu held Wednetdar nigh with • large attendance. The bua. ness of the meeting included nora [nation of officen for the coming year. Monday evening wvtn members Z£ter guest, at the home of *™*^£L»£!£ Mr. .nd Mr,. Jeddi. P. Brook, of Chester far a *£••/*•«• Haskins Rd. were her sister, Mrs. ' which will b* presented at Man Hasiuru no. were nvr aiswr, mm. •••--•- • , , .. .„_..Ellen Piot and three children of Chester on Sept. 9 tor th. annua ^_i._ meeting of District l. Dalton. Mn. Jowph Caminitl of Ozone Park, N.Y. accompanied by her brother and alsler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Coco of Brooklyn, N.Y. is vacationing at her summer home on Haskins Rd. Jeddie P. Brooks Jr., 12-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks of Masking Rd., ii vacationing with his grandparent*, Mr. and Mrs. Jeddie F. Brooks, summer residents of Windsor. They are visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Kelly,, son-in-law and daughter of the Jeddie F. Brooks', in Springfield, Hit. Afrc* t. G** - EMfbv MM dy, William Coomb*, Brian Ro- b*rge, John WbKter, Delbtrt and Duy Duatin, Dana and Robert Btmii a»d Charles Fowler, Edward Butterfleld and Robert DIi meeting Following the business meeting refreshments were served by Ma bel Wheeler, Florence Twitchel and Mr». Helen Upton. At 4-H Camp The boys' 4-H group met a Mrs. Noyes Wheeler'i camp for a cookout and meeting. Twent parents, leaders and member were present. They voted to pay half of the expenses of those al Meaday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sellers of State College, Pa. have returned to their home after visi tending camp. following boys On Tuesday the left to Spend Un days at the oamp in West Dum merston; Dana Dix, Stephen Moo CONGRATULATIONS TO LOUIS and HELEN DeROSE AND CATHERINE SOHL on the opening OF The Green Valle Motel ALUMINUM CLAPBOARDS FURNISHED AND APPLIED BY DUBY THE SHINGLER GEORGE DUBY 8 Church Street Williamstown GL 8-4887 are councilor*. Pf Personals Mn. Rita Havreluk, Mr. and Mn, Joseph Bekkenhuis and Mn. Lawson Twitchell attended a district PTA meeting at Westminister ^ j^ , covered dish and a place his aunt Mrs. Lester Teeples and Mr. Teeples for a few days. Other guests at the Tee pies home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles gchnay of turners Falls, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stricter and Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Teeplet were Friday night guests at Ihe tome of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bener in honor of one of their louse guests birthday, Mr. Isner who with Mrs. Isner from White •lalns, N.Y. are spending a few days at the Bender home. Florida Mrs. WlUred Swiff MOIuwk - J-W11 Marriages Today Miss Gail Louise Newton of Hoosac Tunnel and Kenneth Stering Hunkler of Drury at 2 p. m. today in Florida Baptist Church. Wedding details will appear in Monday's Transcript, Cheshire n, «**iey 8. Tw Adami 7U-15M Missionory Society Parley Here Monday The Berkshire Baptist Women's Missionary Society will sponsor a leadership training conference Monday at the summer camp of Un. DUM! Raskins, on HOOMC Ltke beginning at 10:30. Each woman has been asked setting for herwlf. Peasert roila and coffee trill be provided. The theme of the meeting will « "Crown Him With Many Crowns." Material will be avail, able to all the societies for their fall program*. 4 ROOM up»(«lr» unlurnlshxl »p«rt men! in Cheshire wilh fanre. AM ullllllet hirnlthtd. C.ll 743-9568. Stamford OXbew 4-1344 . Mil. Eugene Sweet Around Town The Stamford Valley Grange will meet Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Grange Hall. The program will be directed by the female youth of the grange headed by Roberta Reynes. Mrs. Edythe Jepson, Miss Stacia Zavilenski anct Miss Ella Perras will be in charge of refreshments. * * * The Library will be open Monday from 1.30 Until 3.30 p.m. with Mrs. Carl Lesure, librarian, in charge. BEST WISHES TO MR. and MRS. LOUIS DeROSE MISS CATHERINE SOHL AND SUCCESS TO GREEN VALLEY MOTEL Willfamstown National Bank We Are Pleased to Have Been Selected To Install The Complete Plumbing System In the GREEN VALLEY MOTEL Congratulations and Best Wishes From R. I. BAKER V/e Specialize) in Commercial and 'ndmhial Installation! Registered No. 4868 PLUMBING AND HEATING 19 Johnson Street, North Adams Dial MO 4-»49l Sincere Best Wishes and Congratulations to LOU and HELEN DeROSE On The Opening Of GREEN VALLEY MOTEL from Tower Electric Co. CLIFTON TOWER, JR., Matter Electrician INDUSTRIAL —COMMERCIAL—RESIDENTIAL WIRING NORTH ADAMS MO 3-7681 We Applaud A Job We//-Done And Wish Best of Luck TO THE Green Valley Motel All Interior and Exterior Paints As Well As All Painting Supplies, Furnished By UINN lALLPAPER 6PAINT-INC. 55 UNION STREET, NORTH ADAMS DIAL MO 3-5303 CONGRATULATIONS TO GREEN VALLEY MOTEL Decorated and Furnished ENGLAND'S PITTSFIELD, MASS. BEETLE BAIL/ UKEHTHINSS THAT ITRV NOT TO THINK AW ' ~ 8ROWKTITT8 WHAT DO W THINK? By Mort Walker suee. I'M StAP T08B& ,Vou so ANXIOUS TO IMPROVE YOURSELF IU SET OLD SARSfe TO APPROVE OF MS VET.' CMAPLAlM, SBE We MAKlMG AKiV MISTAKES WILL you CALL OUT POGO— fo* •you to oo, siff tf you HAV* ANV rgsipw SPOT IN MM 00MV1 1 , &OOP UICK M'V'/eU KUOV/"' /WW,Wfe T KWMttH Howwr, une\AW I A w« wN* 61JY6 WHO BLONDIE- Bv Chick YOL.T? •]H>1 AS LONG ( AS HE DOES S WHAT (I TEULHIM WHO IS THE BOSS IN YOUR HOUSE-'VOU Of? YOUR HUS8-ANP? ARE VOU HAPPV THAT -I WAY? r— I M TAKING A SURVEY ON DOMESTIC RELATIONS By Storj* Wunot: JUST A? RAMPART ANI7A FEUOW- AVENSING F1RST- . THE SVM POOL, THE BOISTEROUS 5OUNP5 STOf: DIXIE DUGAN—Up < Tr«e By MeEvoy and Stribrt you YOUNG THIEF: 6E.T DOWN OUT OF THAT TREE . . AT ONCE' '*• I'M LSHTER/ "\HMM-YOU DADDy-SHOULON'TJMEftN VOU WELL, YOU \WArrAMINUTH ARE SORT OF ) —-THERE'S OLD/AND-— J^ SOMEONE UP. THERE NOW.' I BE THE ONE TO CLIMB UP DON T THINK 1 CAN DO IT ? DADDY, ARE U THINK 10 BETTER WE GOING TO I DO THE CLIMBING CLIMB THAT/-I'LL DROPTHEM TREE? TH£ JACKSON TWINS— 'WAY POVN ^ WAY / YES, ANP DON'T ^ / TRY TO SRA3 AW, I WOULDN T POTHAT '. DOWN MHAN VOUB POOR HEOcT, WE OWE >OO A COMMISSION FOR PULUN 1 AN AGENT'S .> >, IS MH. DOPQN BEAUV GIVIN' VA A BONUS ? ME,HUH? / (SNIFF) f^[ COMMISSION OUT OF THAT, 3OO, TEPMITE t NANCY— By Erni»Buihmil!«r TRUDY Jerry Marcu HEV, NANCY— I KNOW YOU ALWAYS LIKE TO BE NEAT AND TIDY ABOUT eoy—NANCV SURE IS A. FUSS-BUDGET CADDY HOUSE Com* or oull I know >her» art >om* of you in thtr«!
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