The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on December 26, 1946 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts · Page 6

Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 26, 1946
Page 6
Start Free Trial

6--The Berkshire Evening Eagle, Thursday, Dec. 26, 1946 Marion Albert Engaged to Gerald Salzando Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Albert of South Main Street, Lanesboro, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marion E. Albert, to Gerald j. Salzarulo, son of Mr. and Mrs A n t h o n y Salzarulo of 22 Hampshire Street. Miss Albert, a 1941 g r a d u a t e of Pittsfield High School, is emploj°d at Brady's Cleaners Dyers. Mr Miss Steers Married to L. H. Brague Jr. Social Worker Wed In White Plains to Local Couple's Son Marriage Intentions Warren Harry Bruggeman of 1854 Seventh Avenue, Watervliet, N.Y., and Pauline Urban of the same address. William Camille Marcel of 454 Peck's Road, and Emerentienne Rosalie Robarge Gingras of 12 Scammel Avenue. Briefs' Miss Margaret Mrs Ida J. Dehey, who is a stu- R i c h a r d s o n dent at the Traphagen School of Salzarulo, w n o is an assembler'at i? 16 ,? 1 " 5 ' daughter of Mrs Newton Design in New 1 York, is at her the GE Columbus Avenue plant. I. Steers and the late Mr. Steeis, I attended local schools. He sen-edV v « h ° £or "l?"yy?;|rs was president in the Army during World War II. The wedding will Feb. 1 at 9 AM at Church. take place St. Charles' Waltz Contest This Evening at New RocheUe Ball Mr. and Mrs. James D. Hickey of Great Harrington. Dr. and Mrs. Leo Mtil'or.ey of Lee and Dr. and Mrs John F. Cavanagh of Jackson Heights, LI., will be judges for the Waltz contest tonight at the New Rochelle Christmas ball, which is to be at the Sheraton. Harry Noring's orchestra will play from 9 to 1. Keun Qumn and James McNamara are to assist at the door. of the Dupont Film Company in Radio City, New York, was married yesterday to Lewis Harry Brague Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Harry Brague of 10 Taconic Street. this city. The ceremony was performed at the Steers home, Ridgmour Gedney Farms, White Plains. Rev. Ro'bert Putsch officiated, with onl the members of the family Christmas gathering present. The home, 63 Glenwood Avenue, for the holidays. Rainbow Hop This Evening The a n n u a l Chmtmas hop, sponsored by the Order of Rainbow, w i l l be held this evening at the Masonic Temple. Sammy Vincent's Orchestra w i l l play for dancing from 9 to 12. Joan Denmson is chairman of the dance, w'hich is to be informal. Inez Tesoniero, John Russo Betrothed Among those home from Notre Dame University for the holidays, are Gerald and William Guiltinan of 10 Pleasure Avenue, Robert Guiltinan of 32 Northumberland Road, John McLaughlin of 31 Worthington S t r e e t , Joseph Naughton of 176 Holmes Road. George Nesbit o f . 47 Forest Place, and Charles and John Evans of 81 Edward Avenue. Miss Marion Shannon of Seattle, | Wash,, is spending the holiday re- icess from Simmons College, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Moran, 65 Waverly Street. William B Preston of 443 North Street had as Christmas guests his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Gibson, and their sons, Fred and Philip, of Wellesley, Mr. and Mrs Clayton Sessions of Hartford, Conn . and Mr. and Mrs. William J Kirby of East Chatham, N Y. Wed at Immanuel Church Mrs. Lewis Harry Brague Jr. bride's attendant was her sister, Mrs. W. Breckenridge DeRiemer of Wilmington, Del., and Mr. De- Riemer, the bridegroom's college Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Hilles of New York spent Christmas with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. George S. Reynolds, and family, of 593 Holmes Road, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph H. Wilkinson, 140 Pomeroy Avenue, entertained for neighbors yesterday afternoon. Miss Elizabeth McCracken of Baltimore, Md., is home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert VV. McCracken of 127 Wendell Avenue. William B. Petzold of 55 Wendell Avenue left yesterday as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert de- Long of New York and South Orange, N J., for two weeks in Miami roommate, was best man T h e ' a n d Palm Beach, Fla., and Ha- bude was given in marriage by her v a n a , Cuba brother, Newton I Steers Jr. | Mrs Brague attended Rye Coun- 1 Mrs. William G. Webster of Port- try Da.v School and is a graduate land, Me., is visiting her son-in-law of Emma Willard School and Vas-|and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert sar College. Following graduation,L. Hurley, 66 Elm Street. ·he t a u g h t dramatics at Beaver, Country Day School and subse- Mr and Mis. Charles Flatt left quently spent two years overseas] this morning for the Umversity of in North Africa, Italy and Corsica'Tennessee, where Mr. Flatt, is as a Red Cross staff assistant. At majoring m law, after spending present she Is doing social wot k j several days w i t h Mrs. Flatt's par- and studying for her masters de-| e n t S i Mr . ant M rs. Edgar Roth of gree in this field. 1 16 Cole Avenue. Mr. Brague, a graduate of Dai- ton High School and School and Dartmouth College, was discharged from the Charles at North A Smith Jr., freshman Adams State Teachets ith his parents, Mr. and I Mrs Charles A. Smith of 375 North Stieet. service. He participated in t h e j ^ Normandy invasion and the cam- naigns in France and Germany Following V-E Day he served one sear m the Military Government Mrs ' Frederick A Roberts of 89 of Germany as a public safety and Dawes Avenue, entertained at her security officer and later as a home last night. Her son-in-law Miss Inez C. Tesoniero Mr and Mrs. George Tesoniero of 85 Circular A'-enue announce the engagement of t h e i r daughter, Inez C , to John Russo, son of George Russo of 967 Tyler Street The w e d d i n g is planned for April Miss Tesoniero attended Pitts- flelcl schools and was graduated from the Wilford Academy in Boston She is emploved b England Brothers' beauty j,alon Mr. Russo also attended Pittsfield schools and is emploved by the State Mosquito Control Project. He is an Army veteran of three years, two of w h i c h were spent in the European t h e a t r e . Meetings ^j Townsencl Club The Town=end Club w i l l mepf-t?- mo, row evening at 8 at 29 Fenn Street judge in the military government courts. He received the combat i n f a n t r y badge, ihe purple heart, We Bronze Star, four battle stars and the certificate of merit. He is on the editonal staff of the publishing firm of Dodd, Mead Company. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Meyer, gave a party the previous evening at the Dawes Avenue address. Selkoicitz Heads Auto Dealers' Association Mr. and Mrs. Carl S Dixon and Miss Agnes Coyle of 35 Bartlett I Avenue spent the holiday in 1 Springfield w i t h the Dixons' son 1 ind daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. "umner Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. /Triad C. [tittler, ivlui iceie. married Snnilii)- at Immanuel Community Church, Mrs. Butler it the farmer IVi-sri/ln luilry. Shirley Contois Of Cheshire Marries Charron Dozois You ,Vny Be Sure ol A/usic and Gaiety! Fun and Fri- tolit\! at the Gala NEW YEAR'S EVE SHOWS YOUR CHOICE OF 3 COMPLETE SHOWS AT: 6.00 - 8.45 - 11.35 -- Proiulh JTV Announce the I*rentier of //JP G reostest Musical Hit of Our Day SKIES" In Glorious Technicolor with BING C R O S B Y Fred Jozn CllLFIELD Seats On Sale Now Fur All Three Shows Aho Reserved Dnan Seats · PRICES · ALL SEVTS 83c plus tal DIVAXS 125 plus tax Mr and Mrs Harry C. Suanson -[ 132 Holmes Road have as their 'uest for the holidays, Mrs. Swanson's niece, Lt. Comdr. Mary E. Leighton of the WAVES, who is stationed m Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. C. B Prentice of Muskego.n, Mich., are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. J. A. Prentice of 74 Wendell Avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Louis Gross of 11 Concord Parkway are with their son and daughtet-m-law. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J Gross of Baltimore, Md , for a week. John Cullen, a former Pittsfield resident, of East Hartford, Conn., is spending several days in this city. Mr and Mrs. Philip B. Sturgeon of Chicago, 111., are spending several days with Mr. Sturgeon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Sturgeon of 30 West Housatonic Street. Melvin P. Beckvold of Concord is spending a week with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Robert D. Fuller of 12 Ches- 'er Street. .Milton Selkowitz Milton Selkowitz, who was vice- president last year, has been elected president of .he Pittsfield Automobile Dealers' Association. He succeeds Ralph M. O'Connell. Other officers chosen were as follows: Vice-president, A. R. Birch- lard Jr ; treasurer, A. W. Rhoades, j w h o was re-elected; secretary, 'Daniel M O'Connell, who succeeds Earl Bcmis. i The election was held at '.he m o n t h l y luncheon meeting Monday in the Beikshire Restaurant, j Twenty-one attended. Fire Record Tuesday 1.25 PM--Fire, which was started by a flooded oil burner, according to the Fire Department's report, damaged kitchen in home of John Bello of IS Laurel Street. Heat and smoke also did damage in other parts of ihe apartment. 405 PM--Defective smoke pipe on steam boiler in home of Joseph Luzis of £5 Taylor Street let out \ 5 mnke w h i l e trie blower unit was operating Firemen, answering a cnimney fire call, advised Luzis to have the pipe repaired. Yesterday 1.25 PM--Chimney fire in home of Wmfred Victory o£ 2 Shaker Lane. R a l p h E Simmons Jr., Staunton (Va ) Military Academy football coach, who arrived last week to j spend the Christmas recess with his parents, Mr and Mrs. R. E. Simmons of 21 Silver Street, is visiting for several days in Worcester and Manchester, N.H Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. French of Sohenectady, N.Y., were holiday guests of Mrs. French's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Chittenden of 8 Pomeroy Avenue Mrs. Charron O. Dozois Miss Shirley Hope Contois, daughter of Mrs. Bessie R. Contois of Church Street, Cheshire, was married at home Tuesday afternoon at 2 to Charron O. Dozois, formerly of this city, son of Arthur D. Dozois of Albany, N.Y. Rev. Chandler M. Holmes, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Cheshire, officiated Mr. and Mrs. James A. Meyer of this city attended the couple. The bride wore maize net over ye'low taffeta with blue turn, and her corsage was of bronze and yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. Meyer wore navy blue and a corsage of yellow daffodils After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Dozois will live in Binghamton, N.Y. The bride was graduated from Pittsfield High School and Pittsfield Secretarial School, and has been secretary to Dr. A. G. Massimiano. Mr. Dozois attended Manchester ( N H . ) Central High School and Lincoln Preparatory School in Boston. He was in the Signal Corps five years, serving some of that time "in the South Pacific. He is a special agent in Bingharrton for the Massachusetts Indemnity Mu tual Insurance Company. TYLER ENDS TONIGHT "SMOKY" "HOT CARGO" Friday-Saturday John Hodiak Lloyd Nolan in "Somewhere in the Night" ALSO "Blazing Western Trail" with Charles Starrett for those who h a v e holiday guests w i l l mean a delightful change as well as a delicious dinner. You w i l l be sure of finding here just w h a t they like on our menu of choice foods. Favorite beverages ma be .stved and the relaxation a f t e r w a i d in our comfortable parlors w i l l add much to an cnjoable evening. THE IRVING DAI.TON George M. Daly, Prop. PHONE 110 Weekdays-- 12.00-J.OO--5.SO-8.00 Sundays--12.00-2.30--5.00-7.SO Your ov.n car or half hour bus service. NOW PLAYING! Magnificent story of Madison " h Peggy Wood Horace McNallv -fr Robert H. Barrat Showing at 1.00--3.40--6.15--9.00 Co-Hit! From the Comic Strip! "LITTLE IODINE" with Jo Ann Marlowe St. Michael's Groups Plan Dinner Monday Joseph P. McGovern Chairman of First Postwar Affair St. Michael's Alumni and Undergraduate Associations of Berkshire County will have their first postwar d i n n e r meeting Monday evening at 7 in the embassy room of the Berkshire Restaurant Joseph P. McGovern is c h a i t m a n . The committees include James C. Drennan, chairman of publicity, assisted by Joseph M Dooley and William P. Harte; Lawrence Frank, tickets, u i t h John L. Qum- lan and John W. Cronin; Clement Ferris, arrangements, assisted by John Dudley; and Gerald W. Kelley, program, aided by Paul Murray and James E Murphy. Tickets may be oblained from members of the committee, at Kahl's, or by calling Mr. M (-Govern at his home, 53 Edward Avenue. Auto Registry Business Ahead of 1945 More Autos and Trucks Registered Than Year Ago Thete is every Indication At the Pittslield office of the Registry of Motor Vehicles that more automobiles and trucks will be registered in Berkshire County in 1947 than m 1946. Hearings Officer Thomas S. L. Kletchka disclosed this morning that up to Christmas eve, a total of 12,250 pleasure cars had been registered for 1947, compared with 8575 for the same period last year. Two thousand trucks have also been registered, compared to 1675 last year. Brisk business is also reported at the temporary branch of the Registry of Motor Vehicles m North Adams where 2675 pleasure cars have been registered to dale, compared with 1500 on Christmas eve last year. In North Adams there have been 500 trucks registered, compared w i t h 325 thus far last year. Mr. Kletchka repeated his previous plea to motorists today--to have their cars registered early instead of waiting until the last minute. He said the Bank Row office will be open every day, except Satu r d a y , from 9 AM to 5 PM and on Saturday morning from 9 to 12 Hillsdale Woman's Funeral Tomorrow HILLSDALE, N.Y.--The funeral of Mrs, Olive Almstead who died Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Arthur Laine of Pittsfield, will be at 2 tomorrow afternoon at the Hilkdale Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Hillsdale Rural Cemetery. Friends may call at the Birches Funeral Home in Great Barrington from 7 to 9 tonight. The residence of Mrs. Aim- stead was incorrectly printed Tuesday as Ashley Falls. She spent practically all her life in Hillsdale. Helicopters Replace 1847 Wheelbarrows' At Hartford Store H A R T F O R D , Conn. (AP)When Gershon Fox opened a one- room store here in 1847 he advertised in the papers that "deliveries of fancy goods will be made by wheelbarrow." Today G. Fox Company, now a large department store, announced that as p.irt of its 100th anniversary celebration throe helicopters would rn.iKc deliveries nc\l Tlitird.iy lo customers in 66 Connecticut towns. Air-borne deliveries will he made lo the first customer in each of the designated towns wfio places an order f o l l o w i n g today's announcement. ^Berkshire Museur THEATRE Will Rogers in "DAVID HARUM" His best loved role plus "A Harbor Goes to France" TODAY 10 .10 AM. 'i 30 and 1 13 PM Children l.'ir-- Mulls lite tax inc. City Notes ·Miss Katherine Gorman, nurse, who formerly resided at 26 East Housatonic Street, is now living at 7 West Housatonic Street. --Evelyn and Gertrude Cole, daughters of Mr. and Mr;. John E Cole of 22 Holmes Road, have returned home from House of Mercy, where they have been undergoing treatment. --Chesney McCracken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. McCracken, 127 Wendell Avenue, underwent an appendectomy at the House of Mercy yesterday afternoon. --Mrs. Harry B. Jones of 74 Wendell Avenue has been called to Toronto, Canada, by the death of I her sister, Mrs. Fred Atkinson. ] --No classes w i l l be conducted r*L the Pittsfield Hebrew School ot the Jewish Community Center Sunday. Kindergarten also will omitted. , I -- Mrs. Henry R. Russell of 75 | Pomeroy Avenue is at the House of ( i Mercy with a fractured wrist sustained in a fall at her home. U.S. Irrigation Rates Lauded GRAND COULEE, Wash. (UP) --Rates for irrigation on the million-acre Columbia basin project have been called a bargain by Solomon Grazowsky, civil engineer from Tel Aviv, Palestine, who made an official inspection tour of the area. Grazowsky said the average irrigation cost of $2 28 per acre could not be approached in his country, where 150,000 acres are under irrigation, and an additional 600,000 acies contemplated. Starts New Years 1 Eve! A Cavalcade ·f Glorions TECHNICOLOR Entertainment! - LAMT PARKS EVELYN WES IILLMN DEMiUESMIU CD8DVII Stretnpliy by Sttpht n Unfitted Mm ii sio«r mm- DV«M » UFIH t OKI * minm m i n t ENDS TODAY--LONG VOYAGE HOME--LAND RUSH KAMEO--FRI.SAT. JUDY CANOVA in "SLEEPY TIME GAL" 2 HITS GENE AUTRY in "COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN 1 " --PLUS-3-CARTOONS--3 MYSTERIOUS MR. M Comic Books Fri. and Sat. After Ail Is Said And Done... There Is Really TECHNICOLOR! mm am PLEASING · CAPITOL ·Added Treats- Color Cartoon · New* Speaking Animals and "Germany Today" Matinee Daily 2 to 4:30 Evenings 6 to 10:30 Feature at fi:00 and 8:30 Brought Back to Thrill You... GARY AND JEAN'S GRANDEST LOVE STORY! ENRIC Q L F . F N OF tOtRT NIGHT Bf.FORF CHRISTMAS LAILbT GARFIELD FITZGERALD NOBODY LIVES foREVER'S^ COMING -PALACE-NEW YEAR'S EVE · Ends Tonight · "Holiday in Mexico" "Strange Triangle" TOMORROW--FRL--SAT. iODIf CANTOR George RAFT Charlotte GREENW PLUS "Follow This Man Into the Shadows . . . Where Murder Waits! I Know . . . for "I AM THE WHISTLER'!" Richard Dix in ''MYSTERIOUS INTRUDER" Chapter 11 of "THE CRIMSON GHOST" FLYNH* i LUCILE WATSON S. Z. SAKALL · PATH BRADY TMi NkLD WOODS V l/ CDfcl terMFtqbrl A UtXAHOMDMttJUttS V Ktfrr · OrfemMSMI . f \ C n n * feiwMtfifanMivw · ftftplMtt* W I*"* It 99+* PLUS AN ACTION CO-HIT ZZI BOY ROCXRS ·vrfftiCMtap TRIGGER UNDER NEVADA v SKIES A REPUBLIC PICTURE ALL NEW--GALA SRnur OPENS NEW YEAR'S « E John GarBeM "sraEgs"- BD * TICKETS NOW

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 15,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free