The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on June 23, 1933 · Page 16
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MOB BtflXEH TUB NOKMI ADAMS EVENING TRANSCRIPT, FRIDAY, JUNE 13. IMS marl VACATION FOOTWEAR IN VITALITY'S "NEGATION will bring more pleasure when you match your costumes with these smart styles ia footwear. la add! do a to their clever designing and trim fitting qualities, these shoes hold the secret of untiring ease in their "vitality principle" of scientific lasting. Their prices make small demand on your pocketbook. • VIT A/LI T Y nealtfi shoes James Martin 20 HOLDEN ST. No Disappointment Here • Uncle SI saya "Anton* other things thai don't turn out as yon expect are the people who drive can." Your marketing will turn out to roar entire satisfaction and pleasure If done with us, for we have • what yon want. CHOICE POULTRY SPRING CHICKENS all fresh dressed and home dressed, very nice , snail Broilers from Z Ibs. up and iplendld large Chickens up to 4-5 vita. Also very larg* router* 6-7 Ibs. Extra choice fresh fat young Fowl reiy handsome. SUPERB QUALITY BEEF SPRING LAMB FANCY VEAL We can recommend every Cat of Beef as being par excellence In every respect as we have only one kind and that the very btet, we do not hare any oilier. The Lambs are this year's young spring Iamb and are extra quality. Our veal is that same choice creamy kind we »et from our own country butcher.' Nice fresh Calves' Liver. FRESH PIG PORK HOME MADE SAUSAGE Chop* or route cut from small fat young pigs will be sweet and tender. Our Old Fashioned Sausage were made fresh today. last as Grandpa made them, with that «une good taste. SUGAR CURED HAM BREAKFAST BACON We h»v» only the very highest grade and the best cure In all of our Smoked Meat*. You will flnd them deliclously sweet, tender and Juicy with it taste and flavor that you should, but don't always get. AIM Scotch Ham, Canadian Bacon and Cottage llama. COOKED MEATS Twenty-seven different kinds to choose from. Ham, Tongue, Chlck- •• en. Veal, Corned Beer, and all the rest. Our Special .Baked Horn ta a wow, M yon haven't had «ny of It you are missing a real traet. FRESH VEGETABLES Iceberr, Head and Curly Lettuce, New Radishes, Hothouse Cu- eunben, Celery, Watercress, Egg Plant, Ripe Tomatoes, Green Peppers, Asparagus, Green and Wax Beans, Green Peas, Spinach, Beet Greens, New Cabbage, Beets, Carrots and Turnips, New •Marrow Straw*, WMt* Onions, New Potatoes, etc. 'Onnfesv Grapefruit, Lemons, Cantaloupe, Pineapples, Strawberries, Fresh Etn, Creamery Butler. Tea, Coffee, Spices. You Will Get Your Money'* Worth at 1875 Bateman's Market 1933 t. • .- Tel. 102 — 103 ,50 ROUND TRIP Children half fare i NEW YORK EXCURSION ^ SUNDAY, -JUNE 25 TICKETS GOOD ONLY ON EXCURSION TRAIN (Eastern Standard Tine) I*. No. Adams 5:JO 'A. M. IT. Adams 5:41 A. M. Iv, PtttsfleU 8:15 A. M. J>. State Line 8:33 A. M. ?: fcr. Canaan 6:S» A. M. ,v Lv. E. Chatham 6-.45 A. M. ' AT. IMth St. 10:04 A. M. Ar. New Xork 10:15 A. M. (Grand Central Terminal) Lv. New York (O. C. T.) 8:40 P. M. LT. U5lh St. 6:50 P. M. Ar. E. Chatham 9:55 P. M. Ar. Canaan 10:04 P. M. Ar. State Line 10:14 P. M. Ar. PlUsfleld 10:34 P. M. Ar. Adams 11:09. P. H. Ar. No. Adams 11:20 P. M. : SPEND A DAT IN NEW YORK—Stfhtseelnc—Visiting Friends or Relatives—Theatres—Motor Trips—Beaches Major Leagve Baseball Games— Ctecbmatl at New York or Pittsburgh at Brooklyn Other New York Exrartians Sundays, July »•«, Amcvst «-20 and Sept. S BOSTON & ALBANY R. R. (N. T. C. «. E. LESSEE) VARIOUS AWARDS MADE AT DRDRY Include Scholarship Prizes and Athletic "D's" FINAL ASSEMBLY Sari de Goencz.Gcts First Prize for Scholarship— Pro Merito Members Named. My Beauty Hint The final assembly of the year was held In the auditorium at Dmry high school tills morning, the program Including a hymn, a prayer, the awarding of various prizes, medals, certificates and letters, the singing of the Drury Alma Mater and the announcement ol the names of the new members of Pro Merito, honorary scholarship society to whom Pro Merito pins were presented. Perhaps the most Impressive ceremony of the assembly was the awarding to Raymond Calvl, of the Washington and lYanklin Medal for excellence in the study of United States history, which is presented annually by the Massachusetts society of the Sons of the American Revolution. This medal was presented by former Vice-Principal Mortimer W. Thomas, himself a Son of the American Revolution, as a flag bearer upholding the American flag and attended by a color guard, stood by. The first prize for scholarship, going to the senior having the highest scholastic average for tour years, was awarded to Miss Sari de Goencz. The second scholarship prize ol flvo dollars went to the boy having the highest average for lour years, James Craig Cameron. The medal presented annually by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy, N. Y., to the student receiving the highest average In science and mathematics went to Russell Wilson. Richard Trottler received the prize of five dollars awarded annually by Superintendent of Schools Grover HELD FOR ASSAULT FOLLOWING ROW CECELlX' (Screcn Actress) The first thing I do upon return- Ing from work on location Is to cleanse my face. Otherwise my complexion would be muddy. First I use theatrical cold cream, then warm water and soap, finishing off with Ice water or Ice cubes. I suggest the same procedure lor any girl who spends much time In the open. Pitt»field Man Has Bad Cut*; Companion Arrested James Bruzzle, 45, of PItlsfleld, father of twelve children, was arrested last night for assault with dangerous weapon upon Anthony Sa zurulo, 35, of 1 Cragle avenue, lathe of seven children. The men, wh have adjoining gardens, have ha trouble for some time, according t police. Bruzzle la alleged to hav wielded a pocket knife last nigh Salzurulo suffered a gash on the lef forearm that required several stitche and a cut on the right shoulder. HI condition is not serious. WANT MORE MONEY ON ROCKWELL ROAD Grey lock Commissioners Have Long Talk With County Board Regarding Project. When Were You Born? A STROLOGERS tell us that people born from June 22nd to July 23rd, come under the influence of the fourth sign of Zodiac, Can cer. Such people are savers and naturally thrifty. Whether or not you were born during this period, you, too, can be a saver. Thrift Is only a habit; the habit of banking something cilery week —at the Hoosao Savings Bank. HOOSAC SAVINGS BANK C\pr/Jt Gtdams, Mass, C. Bowman for excellence In the study of civics. The annual award of five dollars to the member of the sophomore class showing the greatest improvement in Latin went to Dorothy Ford.. Doris Haswell was given the prize of $10 presented every year by the Transcript to the grirl showing the greatest excellence in the study of domestic science. Pins were presented to the following members of the Drury debating team: Oliver Eldrldge, Marion Sell- kowltz, Sari dc Goencz, Laurence Toolan, Donald Provcncher, Richard O'Brien, Russell Wilson and Evelyn Daunals. The following girls were awarded certificates presented by the American Red Cross for excellence In first aid and home nursing: Alma Bcne- dettl, Zclda Carr, Margaret Collins. Anne Daniels, Mildred Davis, Hazel JUdred. Frances Gllraln, Doris Haswell, Ethel Jepson. Marlon Klngsley, Lorna Lowe, Evelyn Lucy, Margaret Neville, Rose Pappas, Lucille Pike, Lillys!) Russett, Ruth Scott, Margaret Shea, Helen Spencer, Rita Strong, Helena Stevens, Ella Thatcher, Florence Whltcomb and Alice Witherell. School letters were presented to members of the track and baseball teams. The members of the baseball team receiving D's were: Captain Clifford Taft, Manager J. Hadley, Vincent Burns, F. Minis, W. Morrocco, P. Genest, P. O'Nell, A. Gentile, A. Abusl and L. Therrlen. The members of the track team receiving letters were: Captain Craig Cameron, Manager Fred Wlndover, F. Chenall, J. Kately, J. Innes, J. Ryan and L. Trudeau. Those students, mostly Juniors, who had high enough scholastic averages to qualify for the Pro Merito society and who were presented with pins of this society today were: Dolor Adams, Elaine Blngham, Constance Brown, Edith dough, Howard Dibble, Harry Glfck, William John Hockridge, Phyllis Kemp, Margaret Lanoue, John Ryan, Helen Shapiro and Eugene Talarlco. It was announced that the out- GOVERNOR ACTS TO BAR SOLICITORS Those Wearing Veterans Uniforms Will be Subject to Severe Penalty. Boston, June 23—Gov. Ely has signed a bill to prohibit unauthorized persons from soliciting in public places while wearing the uniform ol a -veterans' organization or any distinctive part thereof. It was Introduced on the petition of the All- Dorchester American Legion post. This law Is intended to protect both veterans' organizations and the public against solicitors who represent themselves to be authorized representatives of such organizations while soliciting funds for their personal profll. Dinner Given in Honor Of Miss Constance Wai! going class Is donating K gift of a sum of money to the H. H. Gadsby scholarship fund. Special to the Transcript Brockton, June 23— Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Mullen of this city entertained recently at a dinner at their home on West Elm street In honor of Miss M. Constance Wall of North Adams. During the evening many friends called to extend congratulations to Miss Wall who was just graduated from Wellesley College and who was tendered an Informal reception. In addition to Mr. and Mrs. Mullen and Miss Wall, the dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wall of North Adams, parents of the guest of honor; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry P. Wall and Miss "Marlon Wall of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Doyle and son, Connie Doyle, of this city, and the Misses Edna, Margaret and Betty Mullen and William Mullen. Miss Wall's father and Mr. Doyle were formerly partners in the firm oi Wall, Doyle & Daly, shoe manufacturers. On Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mullen were guests at the reception tendered Miss Wall by her parents at the House on the Hill at Wellesley Hills when about 50 friends were entertained. REWARD! A suitable reward will be given to the person or persons that can give (o us any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the parties who murdered Leah Lloyd Johnson. M. VV. Conlon, Chief of Police, North Adams, Mass. James A. Bardic k, * Administrator, 118 North St., North Adams, Mass. Attendance Record df 11 Is Perfect During Year The following pupils of the Brlggs vllle Intermediate Room had perfect attendance during the entire year: Joan Bryce, Donald Morris, Robert Tistfulc, Phyllis Booth, Robert Chesbro, Marjorle Eddy, Alice Mulvaney, Eileen Lnplnnte. James Conncll, Eve lyn Harris and Florence Norcross. Two of these pupils have had perfect attendance for two consecutive^ years. They are: Phyllis Booth and Robert Chesbro. Ruth Burr and Rita Cournayer have been absent one day during the year. Personal Paragraphs Miss Lena Salvatore, a teacher in the schools at Sheffield, Is spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mauro Salvatore of Bracewell avenue. Miss Alice Weymputh of McCrnw & Tatro's store is enjoying a vacation in Syracuse, N. Y. Miss Florence Campbell of Hall street Is spending a week's vacation on Cape Cod. Harvey Towle of the University of Alabama Is at his home on Eagle street for the summer vacation. Miss Phoebe Davlgnon of the Boston store is on her annual vacation. WE SPECIALIZE IN ARRANGING tf yM n*wj money, com*'In »nrf k*W • talk wftk ui. Quick Sw- rtn. S«i«n Monthly Ptym«nli. Industrial Bankers, Inc. II Slate St. License No. 151 North Adams Tel 1882 f^rwp Mnnrtat •'••fntnrs fi to B Girl Sustains Injuries In Automobile Accident Miss Gertrude Therrlen, daughter of Zephire Therrlen of 584 State road, IS confined to her home by injuries sustained Tuesday night In Adams when the car driven by Gilbert Bru- nellc of Adams, In which she was riding towards Plainficld, skidded and overturned. There were three couples In the car but Miss Therrlen, who sustained cuts and bruises about the knees, was the only one injured. Moose Dance Tonight, 15c-20c.—adv The Greylock commissioners conferred yesterday afternoon at the courthouse with the county board regarding an additional appropriation of $1,000 for repairs on Rockwell road, the main approach to the mountain summit from Lanesboro. This money, which was voted by the county board, will be expended under expert supervision by federal forest workers in helping to subdue the forest-flre menace on the reservation. The county commissioners and Samuel A. York, state conservation commissioner, today went to Upper Spectacle pond, Otis, to view the site of a proposed dam which will Impound water on 25 acres of land in a state forest. The Great Barrington Fish and Game club Is Interested In the project: The pond will be located partly in Otis and Sandls- fleld. The dam will be 175 feet long. St. evening at 7JO o'clock In all the Catholic churches of the oily. —A food sale will be held on Friday, June 30th, In the Boston store under the direction of the Lake Ashmcre campers. —Routine business was transacted last evening at the regular meeting of the St. Cecelia club of St. Anthony's church. Meetings have been adjourned until September. —A meeting of the campers of Lake Ashmere Baptist calpp. who are planning to attend camp this year will be held on Monday evening at 1JO o'clock at the church rooms. —Miss Marlon Dcnolt gave a clarinet selection at the annual field day activities of the Houghton Community Round Table held at Kemp's park on Wednesday. —The Young People's Fellowship society of St. Andrew's Episcopal chapel In Blacklnton will be entertained tomorrow afternoon and even- Ing by the Fellowship society of St. Mark's church In Adams, at the home of Ray Elchorn of Adams. Francis Girls To Register for Camp Girls of St. Francis parish who wish io attend the parish camp, Acushla Machree, in West Hawley this season are requested to register at St. Joseph's school this evening at «7 o'clock. Local Intelligence —A moetlng of the Methodist Boy Scouts will be held this evening at ".30 o'clock at the church parlors. —Special devotions In honor of the Sacred Heart will be held this MAKE OUR BAKE SHOP YOURS What's the UK of wasting your time and energy In your own kitchen when you can make dally UM of our babe shop for your Breads, Rolls, Cakes and Pastry? We bale fresh every day all the good things you like to eat. And everything Is good, too. SATURDAY SPECIALS Assorted Pound . . Ib. 19c Plain Donuts .... doz. 18o Pan Biscuit pan 9c Butter Rings ea. 19c IPOPP'S BAKERY 109 MAIN ST., SPARKLING REFRESHING PURE Mohawk Lime Rickey AND Mohawk Ginger Ale Just the Drinks You're Seeking on Hot Days Order by the Case—from Your Dealer The Palms 41 CENTER ST. Philip Marco, Prop. Chief FIHgeltl, MJT. S-P-E-C-I-A-L-S Roaat Rib Beef Roast Veal Roast Pork Sliced Cooked Ham with Fried Potatoes Salad, Peas Coffee and Rolls 25c AH Hot Sandwiches with Potatoes ISc SPECIAL. ORDERS PUT UP They Are Ravine About Our Spaghetti and Meat Balls . 25c Special Attention Given To Parlies Give Us a Trial and You'll Come Again Clothes Reels $5.50 Complete Ready To Set Into the Ground 100 Ft. of Clean Hanging: Space for Your Clothes Tel. 41-We Deliver Burlingame & Darbys Co. Ingersoll Watches LATEST IN WATCHES Ingersoll "Mickey Mouse" Wrist Watch $2.80 Ingersoll "Mickey Mouse" Pocket Watch with fob, $1.00 PAYNE-CUMMINCS HARDWARE CO. CO. M . L.UR I E. LURIE'S Saturday—the Last Day for Record Days Prices [Merchandise on This Sale, in Many Cases, Would Cost Us More Than What It Is Being Sold for Today, If We Were To Buy More For Saturday A Special Group of Silk DRESSES MOSTLY MISSES SIZES 14 TO 4O Some Up To Size 54 in Jacket and One Piece Styles the all A sale that planned before prtoe rise and these dresses were ordered at that time. The value will Impress you when you Me them. $C.94 5 For the Woman Who Is Not Slender Don't Miss Oar Special Sale of Large Size SIZES TO 5* Silk Dresses $3.74 Many with Long Sleeve Jackets LURIE'S for Better Cottons Ladles' Cotton Dresses Out Saturday for .94 All made to sen al $3.95 and will I sell at that II we I recorder. The Hosiery Dept. Should Be Crowded with this Value. Pure Silk cpr. Both Service and Chi (Ton Sizes 854 to IDS in 14 New Summer Shades SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY White Bags 54c Only 72 Bags In the Group Tonr Last Chance To Buy Rengo Belt Reg. (5.00 +fi Q* Corsets Z== 100% Wool Bathing |.. 94 Suits 1== LADIES' SIZES 34 TO 44 M Too Need a Slip, by All Means Don't Miss Our Unusual Offer of Silk Shadowproof SLIPS A n ordinary Bilk slip today at 94o is an e x c eptlonal v»loe bnt here we offer yon the extra, doable shadow- proof paneL Only 5 dozen left for Saturday. Shop early. 94 CO. M . l_U R I E. Is CO. EXCURSION — to — Montreal JUNE 30-JULY 4 TICKETS GOOD GOING Leaving Bennlnrton at 1:35 A. M. June SO, Jnly 1, 2, 3 and 4 and 1:35 P. M. Jane 30, Jnly 1, 2, and 3. 4 TICKETS GOOD RETURNING On any reralar train, but not later than train luvtac Montreal 8:45 P. K. n l T> • • Montreal 8:45 P. KOUnd^lYip Tuesday, July 4. Comspondlnfly tow fares from North Benninrton, WalUncford, Bellow* Falls. Chester, Ladktw, Rutland, Proctor. Brastdoa, Mldal«b«ry, Verrennes and Barllcrton.

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