The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on November 20, 1946 · Page 19
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Pittsfield, Massachusetts
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Wednesday, November 20, 1946
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News of Lee WILLIAM E. MAHAN Tel«phon« Le« 742-W Lee Grange To Have Supper-Sale LEE--A covered dish harvest ·upper and sale will be held by the !*· Grange tomorrow night. The ·upper which will be served to the members at 6.30 la In charge of Mrs, Ruth Farnhnm, Mrs. Esther Bangs, and Mrs. Louise McDarby. The regular meeting will begin ·t 8, and after the business session · harvest program under the direction of Mrs. Jacob Sohles, lecturer, will take place. There will also be a sale of vegetables and canned goods, which will be contributed by the members. The sale U for the benefit of the ways and means committee. Miss Griffin Married lo Mr. Albatys LEE--Miss Dorothy M. Griffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffin of Maple Street, was married to ZlKmund Albatys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albatys of Park Street, Housatonlc, Saturday morning at 8.45 at St. Mary's Church. Rev. John D. Sullivan officiated. Miss Elizabeth O'Nell was the foloist and Mrs. Thomas Deeley was the organist. The church was Yranas-Bell Radios Records Sound Systems Tel. Lee S7IW Our New Costume Jewelry will make Perfect Christmas Gifts Look at them Soon. decorated with white pompons. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown with lace top and sleeves, a long train, and a long veil with lace inserts, She carried bouquet of white roses with streamers of swalnsona. Mrs. Alexander Kasplnski ol Housatonlc, sis- :er of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She was dressed in a jown of lace over blue satin and -notching bonnet, and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Mlas Clara Dal Barco and Mrs. Harold Armstrong were the bridesmaids. Their gowns were pink satin similar to the matron of honor's. They wore matching bonnets and their bouquets were ol red roses. Alexander Kasplnski was best man for his brother-in-law, and ushers were Harold Armstrong and Stanley Wlsnewski. The wedding breakfast was held at the Morgan House and the reception was at the East Lee Inn. They will make their home at Main Street, Great Barrington. Mrs. Albatys is a graduate of Lee High School, and has been employed as a "ashler at the loca A.P. super n.arket. Mr. Albatys Is a graduate of Scarles High School, Great Barrington, and Is employed In the laboratory,of the Housatonlc Mill. He Is a veteran of four years In the U.S. Army, three of which were spent overseas. Becomes Bride In Ceremony At St. Mary's LEE--Miss Margaret Malumphy daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Edward Malumphy of Summer Street, was married to Richard Wells, son o Alton Wells of South Lee, Saturday morning at 9 at St. Mary's rectory. Rev. John D. Sullivan of delated. The bride, who was given in mar rlage by her falhor, wore a perlot gown with filled laffelu bodice petal neck, lace and long sleeves bouffant skirt of double net with long formal train over taffeta. He Illusion tinger-Up veil wasntlnchee to a hnlf hat of illusion and orange blossoms. She carried a Colonla bouquet of white pompons, Miss Alice Malumphy, who wa: her sister's maid of honor, wa dressed In a heavenly blue period gown with fitted bodice of faille taffeta and net yoke, portrait shoul an l( n-~/\at u Fine Gifts 101 Main St., Lee Eleimor Kelly, Prop, Closed Tues. 12:30 [LEE Theatre I SHOW PLACI OF THE BEBKSIIIRES EVENING SHOW STARTS AT S MATINEES AT 2,30 SAT., SUN. »nd UOLIDAYS IHHIBI I 1 1 V f L H I LAST TIME TONIGHT "Black Angel" "Cuban Pete" TARTS TOMORROW 'Return of Jessie James' HENRY FONDA TYRONE POWER Planning To Beautify Your Home? LET US HELP YOU Expert Painting and Papering by Contract or Day THE LEE PAINT STORE Center Street At the R. Julea Pautot, Prop. LEE News of Dalton WADSWORTH R. PIERCE Telephone 68 $gt. Farrell Is Discharged DALTON--Tech. Sgt. George H. Tarrell, son ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert farrell of 81 Carson Avenue, was llscharsed from the Army Saturday at Fort Dix, N.J, He was called to active duty June 26, 1945. He took his preliminary training at Fort Devens, and later served at Camp Croft, S.C., and Camp Plekett, Va, He served with the Army of Occupation In Germany from Deo. 28, 1945 to Oct. 25 of this year. Prior to his service, he was a student at Dalton High School. He plans now to continue nis education. der line, and bouffant skirt o( louble net. Her shoulder-length veil was attached to a hplf hat of matching flowers. She carried a Colonial bouquet of yellow pompons. Joseph Whalen was best man. The breakfast was held at the Revllla Inn In Lenox, for the immediate families, and a reception for 100 was held at the home of the bride. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Clarence Carter of Newport, Vt, Mrs. Howard Leiffer of Denver, Col., Mr. and Mrs. G. E, Wells of Yonkers, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Belcher and family ol Brooklyn, N.Y. Banquet »t 7 The Chamber ot Commerce banquet, which will be held tomorrow night at Belden Tavern, is sched uled to begin at 7. Col, Jim Healey, commentator, columnist, and lecturer, will speak. DAB Meeting The Ausotunnoog Chapter of the DAR will meet with Mrs. Frank B. L, Hall ot Stockbrldge Road tomor row afternoon at 230. Dr. Oscar Stetson will address the meeting. --State Auditor Thomas J, Buckley, the only successful Democratic candidate on the state ticket, vis ited friends hprc yesterday. --The Ausotunnoog Chapter of the DAR will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank B. L. Hall on Stockbrldge Road. --Miss Jean Kerr and Miss Joyce Feeloy have left for California. --Mrs. William Sltzor has returned from a vacation in New York. Shoes soled and heeled in 20 minutes while you wait at the American Shoe Hospital, Lee.-Adv. --21 Before You Do It Harm Winterize Your Car First Claa Repairing by Jack Flood PARK GARAGE H. 3. Tom, Prop. Main St. TIRES and BATTERIES Lee 'A Holiday Gift Suggestion Scarfs--Kerchiefs in Beautiful Colors and Designs Rayon, Crepe and Wool .59 lo 2.98 , HUMES' STORE --LEE-- Be Thrifty, Buy a Quality Overcoat To b« thoroughly satisfied with your Topcoat or Winter Overcoat, you must be certain of Style Service and Comfort. Quality assures you of all these features. Topcoats $24.00 to $42.00 Overcoats $29.00 to $55.00 J. T. OWENS 12:30 Untt) 9 Dance tonight lit the Lee Sons of Italy Club. Music by Tillie's Or chestra from West Stockbrldge.-- Adv. --21 Apple tree pruning. R, M, Gibbs Tree Service. Est. 1916, Estimates given. Tel. Dalton 698.-Adv. --21 New! 1-Vlslt Honor Loans. Federal Loan Co, Plttsneld. Lie. 4.-Adv. --21 Bakar Bros. Floor Sanding Company. Free estimates. Promp 1 service. Tel. Pittsfleld 2-3400.---22 Hinsdale WADSWORTH R. PIERCE ToL Hinsdale 63 First VFW Dance To Be Friday HINSDALE--The first dance ever to be sponsored by the Vet erans of Foreign Wars here will be held Friday night In the Towi Hall from 9 to 12. Pete Vitton and his orchestra of Pittsfleld wll furnlfch the music. Paul T. SmlUi heads the committee In charge. One of the lucky dancers will re celve « Thanksgiving dinner wit all the fixings, -w'hlch will b awarded by the veterans' orgnnl zntlon. Members have been askei to report to the hfrtl tonight I help committee members with th decorations. River Frozen HINSDALE--Yesterday for th first tlm* since spring, the Housa tonic River in Hlnsdale rematne frozen all defy. On one or two oc cnslons earlier this fell, towns people noticed a scum of Ice earl In the morning, but yesterday th sun failed to melt it, New Century Club To Meet The New Century Club wll meet tomorrow afternoon at th Elms. Mrs. Somuel R. Swirt will b hostess, and Mrs. Edward 1 Shuttleworth will have charge o th« program. Luncheon will b served at 1. {eel Cross Workers Are lonored Receive Pins And Certificates For Their Service DALTON -- Roy E. Barnard, mirman of the Red Cross in Dalin, Is mailing pins and certificates i workers of the organization here ho contributed services from Jan, 1940 through the war. The cer- ficates are awarded "In recognl- on oJ! meritorious service ren- ered." Those people who will receive he certificates comprise a Red toss honor roll, and to these peo- ,e, Mr, Barnard and members of le Red Cross executive committee ave expressed appreciation. Mr. arnard said this morning that urlng the war Red Cross workers this town did much to promote welfare oC the people on the ome front and the boys in the ervlce ol our country, Those who will receive the pins nd certificates are: For 2500 hours of service, Mrs. .label Anthony, For 2000 'hours, Mrs. George rlpps. For 1500 hours, Mrs. Ruth Couch, rtrs. George Oles, Mrs. Sadie Pierce nd Mrs. John Warfleld. For 1000 hours, Mri. Jennie Baron, Miss Clara Bridgman, Mrs. Lilan Hearn, Mrs. Perlie Hume, /Irs. Henry Martin, Mrs. Dorothy omeroy, Mrs. Grace Reed, Mrs. inna Streeter, Mrs. Donna Taylor, rtrs. Mabel Tower, Mrs, Harriet 'urner, and Mrs. Bessie Welch. For 500 hours, Mrs. Daisy Adams, rtrs. Mnbel Adnms, Miss Annie Sell, Mrs, Zilphla Bellinger, Mrs. thel Bellows, Mrs, Fred Bowman, Irs. R u t h Crow, Miss Mary Daly, drs. Mnbel Dwyer, Mrs. Ada Har- leck, Mrs. Mildred Hoburgh, Mrs. igne Nelson, Mrs. Clara Richmond, dlss Edrie Russell, Mrs. Ray Savry, Mrs. Amy Scott, Mrs. Eltrice mith, Mrs. Mary Slack, Mrs. Julia 'rlpp, and Mrs. Lulle Twist, For 200 hours, Mrs. Bertha Bart ett, Mrs. Florence Bentley, Mrs. ^tnlpli Bogue, Mrs. Irene Bouley, rfrs. Lillian Caird, Mrs. Minnie Carver, Mrs. Hannah Defal, Mrs. Elizabeth Ford, Mrs. Ann Garvey, Irs, Pearl Glover, Mrs. May Hew- tt, Mrs. Kate Hill, Miss Laura Chadwlck, Mrs, Lily Church, Mrs. "lulh Cooper, Mrs, Fannie Corson, rtrs. Hilton Crowther, Mrs. Ora Cimberley, Miss Lucy Kirchner, rtrs. Nellie McKny, Mrs. Sarah rtackie, Mrs. Mildred Martyny, vlrs. Fred McKcnna,, Mrs. Camilla dessenger, Miss Marlon Messenger, Mrs Zenalde Moyer, Miss Wilma \Toble, Miss Irene Norton, Mrs, Elizabeth Obi'eza, Mrs. Dora Hop ey, Mrs, Mabel Howe, Mrs, Ruth nndro, Mrs. Maynard Johnson, iliss R u t h Kelg, Mrs, Nettle Philips, Mrs. Marlon Pierce, Mrs Blanche Pike, Mrs. Mabel Pomeroy Miss L. S. S. Ralhbone, Mrs. Har- Sharpe, Mrs, Beat rice Smith Mrs. Sylvia Smith, Mrs. Mabel White, Mrs. Lillian Wolcot, Mrs lazel Woodcome, and Miss Mabe Zauche. To Sponsor a Sale and Supper DALTON--The Berkshire Chap ter, Order of the Eastern Star will hold a sale, followed by a sup in the social rooms of the organization on the corner of Main and Depot Streets Thursday, The sale Is scheduled to start at 3 PM and the supper will be served at 6.15. At 7.30 there will be an auction ol articles left over from the sale with Carlisle Kelson as auctioneer. Donations of fancy articles for the sale may be left with any member of the committee or with Mrs. Alma Robbins, worthy matron, prior to Wednesday night, Food may be brought directly to the rooms. Miss Margaret A. Reed is chairman of the sale committee. She is assisted 'by Mrs. Marjorie Heisler, Mrs. Carl A. Wallin, Mrs. Lutie Twist, Miss Olive Hargreaves, and Miss Elizabeth Pnfemback. Mrs. John Wring is chairman of the supper committee. Correction It waa Wlnthrop M. Drosehn an not William Drosehn who w"as winner at the turkey shoot her Sunday afternoon. --The Plnp Tree patrol of Glr Scouts will meet at ,'1.30 tomorrow afternoon In the Scout rooms a the Town Hall. --Members ot the Fire Depart merit held their biweekly meelin last night at the fire rooms o: Maple Street. --Pvt. James Hunt of Old Wind sor Road will leave for Callforni Friday morning. From there expects to be sent overseas. He hai been spending a short leave wit his parents. NOTICE Effective Nov. 24, bus leave PlUsfleld 11.30 PM daily, includln Sundays and holidays, for Hlnsdal Bus leaving Pittsfteld 1030 PM fo Hlnsdale on Saturdays discontinue 1 The following (rip is added to th Hinsdnle schedule on Sundays an holidays: Leave PlttsfJeld for Hln dnl« 5.30 PM. Leave Hinsdale fo Pittsfleld 5.55 PM. (Signed) Dalton Hlnsdale Bus Line.--Adv. Apple tree piunlng. Tree Service. Est. R. M. Gibb 1916. Est given. Tel. Dalton 698.-- mates Adv. Furniture repaired, upholsterei Cabinet work. Art's Furnitur Shop. Tel. Hlnsdale 98.--Adv.-- '·SFAFERI If It's ANYTHING In Commercial Refrigeration CALL Lf* 307-J Pitts, 8498 R. E. ALLEN Genuine Frigldalre Salei - Service WILI.IAM E. MAHAN Tel U»742.W --Mrs, Sadie Severance of Houn- tonic Street, ha« left for DelRey Jeach, Fin,, for the winter. --Mrs. F. Blanche Kenyon and oseph R. Kenyon Jr., have opened cosmetic gift shop In the Vena ian Beauty Salon. Apple tree pruning. R, M. Glbb* ree Service. Est. 1916. Estimates given. Tel. Dalton 698.-Adv'. -21 New! 1-Vlslt Honor Loam. Fe*d' Lie. 4.--21 Plouttt DALTON COUPLE: Mr. and Mn. Francit C. Pierce were married Friday night at the home of the bride in Dalton. Mri. Pierce ii the former Mil* June Mirlino of Dalton. string of 121, and the high three string score was tied at 304 be- woen Joe Weehter and Kenny Clrchner. Club To Meet DALTON -- The 20lh Century Club will meet Saturday at the lome of Mrs. Theodore M. Pomeroy. Miss Amelia Phetzing will be co-hostess. Miss Marlon Kane, who is in charge of the program, will speak to the group. The subset of her talk Is "Simonov," iVomen's As the Women's Bowling League swings Into mid-season form, this week's competition saw the Sharpes down the Wahconah Pars, 4 to 0, By the same score, the Bywes- cos humbled the Newcomers, and he Doltonlans sank the U-3Ss. The Braves bowed to the Rollers, 3 to 1, and the Cardinal* belted the All Stars by the same score. The luck of the Luckies failed to hold out, and that team was humbled to the .une of 3 to 1 by the Question Murks. The high three-string bowler was Miss Dorothy Glendon with a score of 204, and Mrs, Pauline North rolled the high single of 110. Community House Meetings Tomorrow night from 645 to 8, the Grade 8 dancing cluss will meet for dancing in the club room. At 7 PM the Phyespe Club will convene in the ladles' parlor, The Camp Fire Girls have sched uled a penny supper, to begin at 5 PM. USO Group Meeting A meeting of local USO campaign workers will be held tonight at 7,30 in the Legion room, Community --Adv. Lebanon Valley CLIFFORD M. FRAM1JACH Tel. Leb. Spgi., N.Y.. 127-FS PTA Family Fair Well Attended NEW LEBANON, N.Y. -- The PTA family fair Saturday night In the High School auditorium was successful with more than 300 at Lending, Door prize winner* ar Mrs. Joseph D. Coughlan, Mrs Mary Hicks, Mrs. Lewis Halitfh Miss Jean Thomas, Donald W Glmlioh, Jacob Malafsky, Harol Lunde, Mrs. Howard F. Johnson Mrs, Jean Sanborn, David King Mlas Viola Woodruff, Mrs. Normal MacVeigh and Mrs. William Stangel. A tumbling trio, several acts o House. Materials for the Frida night drive will be distributed. Furniture repaired, upholstered Cabinet work, Art's Furnitur Shop. Tel. Hlnsdale 98.--Adv.--2 Apple tree pruning. R. M. Gibb Tree Service. Est. 1916. Estl mates given. Tal. Dalton 698.-Adv. -2 New! 1-Vislt Honor Loans. Fed eral Loan Co., Pittsfleld. Adv, Lie. 4.---2 NOTICE Effective Nov. 24, husses will ru between Dalton and Plttsticld o half-hour schedule dally Includin Sundays and holidays. Leave Da ton 6 AM and every half hour t 11.00 PM. Leave Piltsfleld 6.30 and every half hour to 1130 (Signed) Dalton-Hlasdale Bus Lin --23 The Berkshire CouBtj; JE«»le, W«»ne»d«y. Nov. 80. ^^--""^^^^jjjjgj "" Lenox ral Loan Co., Pittsfleld. Adv. Movies-- "Story of Alexander Graham Bell," with Don Ameche Lorcltn Young, Charles Coburn Sedgwick Hall Friday 7.30 PM.- Adv. --23 We have a client ready to buy a Ingle house In Lenox, from six to Ight rooms.' Berkshire County Rea Estate Corp., 116 Lenox Avenue Dial 2-1372.--Adv, - ~ We have a client ready to buy a Ingle house In Lenox, from »lx to Ight rooms. Berkshire County Rea Estate Corp., 116 Lenox Avenue Dial 2-1372.--Adv. --21 Large fire-proof steam heated garage. Reasonable monthly rates [asollne, alcohol, greasing, towing repairs. Curtis Garage. .Tel. 509 --Adv. ' --25 Shows Movie LENOX-Haydn MMon of t*9* field showed the BtrtaMr* Htt Conference movie, "Our JUvtr, to the members of the Ltnox »· wants Club at the w»tkly_d»»y meeting Monday night at Dwjrtrt Hl-Way Diner. Thefllm*« of the Housatonlc River. five attended the meeting. Marriage Intention* The marriage Intention; of aid L. Latlmer ot Street and Catherine T. Housatonlc Street; and of F. Bennett of West Mountain RoM and Rose H. Fuore of Hyn«« Aw nue have been filed with Mil* AM T. Kelly, town clerk. --Mr. and Mrs. Thomu Clark of Sharon, Conn., former resident! or Lenox, visited friends here day. Fin* Watch i Repairing Special Chronograph Service. Randolph Paul: WATCHMAKER New Located in Lenox Hotai Bldg. Just Below Traffic Light LENOX vaudeville and three boxing bouts tvere staged by boys from the Berkshire Industrial Farm under he direction of James H. Dowd, athletic director. Grange Meet* Tonight New Lebanon Grange will meet :onlght at 8 when neighbor's night will be observed with representatives from East, Greenbush, Hancock, West Sand Lake and Canaan attending. --Miss Laura Currier of Lebanon Springs, Miss Helen Koepp of Wyomanock and Miss Ellen Holt of Stcphentown spent the week end In Providence, R.I. Woolen KercHcfs $1.98 to $2.50 Woolen Glove and Scarf Sets 3.98 The Morion Shop Church St--Lenox Important Auction at "GARDEN HOUSE FARM," MILLBROOK, N.Y. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, at 10:30 AM Owl»f U III knllh. I will ·*« at "GARDEN HOUSE FAKM," 1 ·!!· ·*·» ·( KILUIHOOK, N.V.. on SMtfc Bond FARM IMPLEMENTS: fort Fownon trMtor OB rubber; tractor ittechmtatl of plow, cultivator, mowlns mnchlno, strHght r«ko, snow plo«»lth holM »t- tiehment, «nd pow»r »»w; Dobbln« power upriycr, complete; double tflte tar- row; lime lower; tetder; hlller; power lot grinder; PORTABLE CHIOKW HOUSE; electric brooder; itone boil; filvimlted tul»; meltl f«U»; mtUl- lined (CM! bos; mettl box trtller on rubber; Iron Und roller; Ftirbtnb mlN! ELECTRIC DEEP FREEZER; t Urge cinvMMn; (rlndilone; hind corn plinMt: oU birrcli; chicken equipment of 12 li!«h feeder*, trough!, lounulru, portable nrtu and itandi; firden culilvnwr; inrden *nd Uwn tooli; ( ftlvutM cum; wire; water pipe; cement block*; Icebox door; lawn trelli; kegu ol gaUs; »novel«; plcki; tawi; W feet of new metal Uwn fence; electric buUvr ehunu hand irparator: milk palli; itrtliuri; bathroom natures; hot-waUr FOMUCB. FUftNITURE: Maplo dinette let ol cxtenilon-top table find four chain; «·· piece broukfnst ut; porch rugi: new day bed; deoorat*d and folding CMd tnl)I«; new Cuban* with metal frurnci; toboggan; Remlngtoa tjrp»»rtl«r; VM- trola; bonki; mlnliture chest of drawer*; drcurr*; metal otftee nbtMtl ncrccni; dlshei; gluitware; Jmall kitchen range; coal tad wood atomj new boiler and henlor, ind many olher article*. Sile roiltlte. Tirnra C»h. Calrnr In attendance. F«mll*ra Mid iwt ME. O. K. noUGKTON, Mlllkrook, N.Y. W. WARREN FAHEY, AUCTIONEER, M Holley Place. Torrlngtw, Com. Til 3«U J, J. FAHEY It BON, Auction Bait Manager! * Ucenaed, Jc Beaded Auctioneer* ti Oomrolulon Merchant* Service Club Boxes Mailed DALTON--The Christmas ibox«, designed for Dalton 'boys still serving with military or naval (forces overseas, have been mailed by the Dalton Service Club, The proceeds from the service club play, "You Said It," to be staged Dec, 3 and 4 at the Opera House, will be used to buy the gifts for Dnlton boys and cadet nurses on duty In this country, Chairman of the Service Club Theodore M. Pomeroy has received a letter, written to the people of Dalton by Cpl. Robert L. Kelly, son of Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Kelly of High Street. Cpl, Kelly writes that no olher fellow in his company ever received a birthday present as good as the one that the Service Club sent to him, Cpl, Kelly Is stationed overseas with the Army Air Corps. Bowling Scores For Town League DALTON--In the latest Dalton town bowling league competition, Wallln's Garage defeated Fran's Package Store 1371 to 1356, The point score In this match was 3 to 1. The Giants trimmed the By- wescos 1382 to 1372, although the point score was tied at 2 to 2. Another 2 to 2 tie by points developed In a match between the Tigers and the Westons, but the score in this match was 1362 to 1351 with the Tigers on the long end, Les Calkins rolled the high single Announcing The Reopening of the Pleasant View Garage South St. Hlnsdale, MM*. Opening · · · Mon., Nov. 18 General Motor Rebuilding Brake, Ignition, Carburetor Fuel Pnmpi Mid Lubrication Ksso Gas and Oil Tires, Batteries All Work by Skilled Mechanics Sullivan Patterson Proprietor* GIFTS HRISTMAS » · Yardley of London Caron of Paris Parkinson of London Knize of Paris Guerlain of Paris Roger and Gallet Exquiste Sets-Seventeen Prince Matchabelli Swiss Pine Bombi Revlon "471F Old South Rubenstein Jeurelle and man y others sets Complete assortment of Lucite combination Men's requisites and Leather-cased travel sets HAGYARD'S Lenox 48 Ethical Druggists Lenox, Massachusetts iWSPAPfc.RI

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