Rutland Daily Herald from Rutland, Vermont on April 27, 1953 · 10
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10 RUTLAND DAILY HERALD, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1953. Pvt. Ward, Fair Haven, Completes Army Course (Special to The Herald) ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md., (By Mail) Pvt. Robert Ward, aon of Mra. Arthur Ward of Fair Haven. Vt.. has been graduated from the Ammunition Supply Specialist School of the "'Ordnance Replacement Training Center here. Graduates 'bf the Ammunition Supply Specialist School are qualified to command an ammunition squad or detail of ammunition handlers engaged in the issuing, storage or transportation of am munition or other military explosives. - Pvt. Ward took basic training in Company A, 1st Ordnance Training Battalion of the ORTC before entering the Ammunition Supply Specialist School. COMMANDERT, MIDDLEBURY, WILL ELECT TOMORROW MIDDLEBURY, April 26. Mt. Calvary Commandery will elect officers Tuesday at 7:45 p. m. in the Masonic Hall. Petitions will be received and the royal and select degree worked at the special meeting of Middlebury Council on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ; A FEW SEATS are still available for The Male Animal 99 Rutland Players Offering at Rutland High School TONIGHT and TOMORROW Night Curtain 8:15 Tickets at Hartford Bookshop or at Door Student Tickets at Door $1.00, TAX INCLUDED RADIO -TELEVISION Radio TV Everyday All Rights Reserved H. V. Dickinson a Co (ae. WGY 810Kcs. NBC' WABC 770 Kcs. ABC WSYB 1380 Kcs. Yankee WCBS 880 Kcs. CBS WHVB-1000 Kcs. BEAUCHAMP OROURKE GRADUATE PHARMACISTS 51 Merchants Row Tel. 235 TRUSSES, ELASTIC HOSIERY and ABDOMINAL BELTS Wheel and Axle it Rayhestaa Bonded Brake Lining Straightened VAN a. MELEN 133 Woodstock Art. Tel. 141 -GHOST EY REFRIGERATORS HIGHEST TRADE-IN U.LOWASCF. IN TOWN-NO BETTER CREDIT TERMS ANYWHERE GRAND FURNITURE 82 WEST ST TEL 1467 AF. SC Donald Thomas, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Theodore Thomas of Ludlow, is home for 3d days after completing his training at Middletown, Pa., as an ambulance driver. On his return he will be assigned to Camp Kilmer, N. J. Theaters SEMINOLE 'Seminole.'' a Universal - International picture, produced by Howard Christie and directed by Budd Boet-tlcher. In the cast are Rock Hudson. Barbara Hale. Anthony Quinn and Richard Carlson. At the Grand. The last stand of the Seminole Indians in the Florida Everglades in 1835 forms the story of this technicolor saga of the swamps. Rock Hudson is a young West Pointer, assigned against his wishes to track down his boyhood friend Osceola, leader of the Seminoles. Barbara Hale plays a lass named Revere Muldoon, who is torn between her love for the young lieutenant and Osceola, the half-white chieftain played by Anthony Quinn. .-SMALL TOWN GIRL "Small Town Girl." a Metro-Gold-wyn-Mayer picture, produced by Joe Pasternak and directed by Leslie Kar-dos. In the cast are Jane Powell, Farley Granger. Ann Miller, S. Z. Sakall, Robert Keith. Bobby Van. Billie Burke, Fay Wray. Chill Wills and Nat King Cole. At the Paramount. f Farley Granger, a wealthy New Yorker, gets 30 days for speeding through a small Connecticut town, falls in love with' the daughter of the judge who sentenced him, and gets all .tangled up when he decides to take a day off from jail. Songs by Jane Powell, King Cole and others add interest to the story. Perkinsville Mrs. Della J. Phillip, Telephone 34-2 Mr. and Mrs. David Smith of Springfield have purchased the property formerly belonging to Mrs. Lulu Lyons of Rye, N. Y. Belmont Mrs. H. C. Marshall Telephone 9-20 Miss Ada Crowson has returned to ilem, Mass., after a week-end with Misses Jeanne and Josephine Balestra. Miss Jeanette Buechting, who attends UVM, has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bornmann. Clyde Howland is at the. Veterans Hospital in White River Junction, for an operation. Mrs. Robert Jenness and daughter, Bonnie Sue, have returned from Rutland Hospital. Miss Charleen Priest of Mount Holly is spending part of her vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,H. F. Pelsue. and has as her guest. Miss Phyllis Perkins of Tarbellville. Theater Timetable (All Times, Daylight Saving Time) PARAMOUNT Today. "Small Town Girl 2:34. 4:44. 6:54. 9:M. GRAND Today. Seminole. 2:30. 740. 9:00. RUTLAND DRIVE-IN Today, Shes Back on Broadway, 8.-00, 1142; Basketball Fix, 9:57. JOY. West Rutland Today, The Stooge, 655, 9:00. FORT WARREN DRIVE-IN Today. Woman of the North Country. 640, 11:32, -Peking Express. 1047. HAVEN, Fair Haven Today, The Naked Spur, 7:25, 9:20. DICK TRACY SALES TALK THE WAND IS SO TENDER EVEN A GLOVE HURTS ru Mrs. H. C. Marshall, Tel. 3-20, is the Rutland Herald Advertising Agent for Belmont. adv. Obituary MRS. JOHN LEACH EAST RUPERT, April 26. Mrs. Effie Root Leach, wife of the late John H. Leach, died tonight at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Root, after a long illness. Her only survivors are four nieces and several nephews. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Root home, the Rev. J. Duke King, pastor of the Rupert Congregational Church officiating. Burial will be in the Pawlet Cemetery. HARL BEAN ROCHESTER. April 26 Harl Orin Bean, 89. died today at'his home here. He was born Dec. 20. 1863. in Bethel, son of Ace and Rachel Bowen) Bean. Mr. Bean married Ida J. Drake of Granville June 30, 1889. They lived in Roxbury, Granville and for many years at the so-called Bean Farm just north of Rochester. Mrs. Bean died many years ago. Surviving are a son. Ward Drake Bean of Rochester; and three daughters, Mrs. Eula Mildred Whittaker of Rochester, Hazel Martha Stoughton of Davenport. Ia., and Beatrice Rachel Jewett of Randolph; five grandchildren and two great grancT-children. - Mr. Bean was the oldest member of Rural Lodge of Masons here. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. in the Rochester Federated Church. The Rev. Myron E. Wilder will officiate. There will be a full Masonic service at Woodlawn Cemetery. BERNICE W. DAVIS MANCHESTER DEPOT. April 26. Bernice W. Davis, 72, died today at his home here after five years of ill health. Mr. Davis was born in Manchester Feb. 20, 1881, the son of Alvin J. and Lucy (Woodward) Davis. He had lived in Manchester all his life and formerly was in the plumbing and tinsmith business. He leaves his wife, the former May Robinson; his mother, Mrs. Alvin J. Davis of Manchester Depot; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Bushee of Manchester Depot: four sons, Leroy and Cecil of Manchester Depot, Bernice of Arlington and Robert, in the Air Force; and two brothers, Verder J. of Shaftsbury and Lauren of Warrensburg, N. Y. Mr. Davis was a member of the Methodist Church. For many years he was a member of the Manchester band. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. in the Brewster' Funeral Home in Manchester Center. The Rev. Edgar Johnson, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Manchester Center will officiate. Burial will be in Factory Point Cemetery here. Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. ORZA CHURCHILL READING, April 26. Orza Daniel Churchill, 86, died today in the Windsor Hospital. He as born in Pomfret July 13, 1866. Mr. Churchill leaves two sons, Lester Churchill of Reading and Gordon Churchill of Proctorsville; a sister. Miss Ethel Churchill of MEANWHIUE. diet smith TALKS TO VON NUCLEUS IN SWITZERLAND. L KNOW THEV RIDICULED VOU-BUT NOUlRE A BIG MAN, VON NUCLEUS. NOU CAN "THIS LITTLE GIRL COULD BE NOQR OWN GRANDDAUGHTER. NOUVE ALWAYS BEEN INTERESTED IN THE HELPLESS ANO THE UNFORTUNATE. NOU CAN'T SAV NO.' LIL ABNER SHES ALL HEART CAPP Quechee; two grandsons, Daniel and Winston Churchill of Proctorsville, and nieces and nephews Services will be held in the Reading home Tuesday at 1 p. m. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. FLETCHER J. MARCEILLES MIDDLEBURY, April 26 The funeral of Fletcher J.. Marceilles, 52, who died suddenly Tuesday in Lancaster, N. H., was held in the Waite Funeral Home here Friday. The Rev. Robert Fulton, pastor of. the Middlebury Methodist Church, officiated. Bearers were Herbert Morgan. Wilbur Goodrich and Ernest May-hew of Salisbury and John DeBou-ter of Middlebury. Burial was in West Salisbury Cemetery. MRS. STERLING BILLS CAVENDISH, Apfil 26. Funeral services for Mrs. Mary L. Bills, 82, widow of Sterling Bills, who died yesterday in a Ludlow convalescent home, will be held at the Baptist Church here Tuesday at 2 p.m the Rev. Robert Bracey officiating. Burial will be in the family lot in Cavendish. She was born Aug. 10, 1870, in Barnard, the daughter of Zeba and Zilpha Horton. Her husband died in 1930. There are no immediate survivors. Friends may call at the Adams Funeral Home in Chester tomorrow afternoon and night. MRS. MARY MATAVA LUDLOW, April 26. The Rev. Edwin T. Buckley celebrated a requidm high mass yesterday at the Holy Name of Mary Church in Proctorsville for Mrs. Mary Etta Matava, 78, of Ludlow, who died Wednesday in Hanover, N. H., Hospital. Bearers were David Bresette, Ernest and Forest Brown of Proctorsville, and Frank Bresette. James Turco and William Agan of Ludlow. ial was ixuHillcrest Cemetery Burial in Procti orsville. CLAUDE PEKIN S RITES POULTNEY, April 26 The body of Claude William Pekins, 14, who died at his home in Southington, Conn., Jan. 13. will be taken to the Poultney ,Cemetery for burial Saturday at 3 p.m. The Rev. Leonard LePoidevin Give Seaaram's and be Sure... of Sincere Thanks ! a fried l ,ite orUe -o receive Mil I 4 A, S, A: vVS H'W o .Vi V a1 '' Seagrams 7 Crown. Blended Whiskey. 86.8 Proof. 65 Grain Neutral Spirits. Seagram-Distillers Corp., N. Y. will officiate. Claude was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pekins of Southington, formerly of Poultney. MRS. GERTRUDE BLAIR RITES SPRINGFIELD, April 26. Services were held yesterday in St. Mary's Church here for Mrs. Gertrude A. Blair, who died Wednesday at the Springfield hospital. Mrs. Blair was a native of Whiting. Bearers were Carlton Lashua. Donald Crossman, Michael Siroski, Harold Turner, Smith Feather and Allen Lee. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery. 7 CHARLES MAKI RITES MT. HOLLY, April 26. Services for Charles Maki, who died in the Hanover, (N. H.) Hospital, were held Friday in the United Church in Ludlow, the Rev. A. Robert Harrison officiating. Bearers were Walter Nortmann, Frank Oja, William Kangas, Emil Partanen and Henry Remes of Mt. Holly and Jafet Waisainen of Ludlow. Burial was in Pleasant View Cemetery in Chester. FRANK HACKETT RITES LUDLOW, April 28. Services for Frank Hackett were held Thursday in the Gill Odd Fellows Home, the Rev. A. Robert Harrison officiating. Bearers were Earl Shepard. Reginald Frost. Clayton Sawyer and Kenneth Shepard, all of South Roy-alton. , - Burial was in the Gill Home Cemetery. MRS. THOMAS SHANNON PITTSFORD. April 26. Services for Mrs. Mary Whalen Shannon, widow of Thomas Shannon, will be held at St. Alphonsus Church here at 9 a. m. Tuesday. Burial will be in St. Marys Cemetery in Brandon. Mrs. Shannon died at the Proctor Hospital yesterday after a brief illness. She was born in Brandon, daughter of Richard and Mary Ann O'Brien. Survivors are her daughter. Miss Rita Shannon of Pittsford; a sister, Mrs. Lenora Preseau of Rutland; and three brothers, Thomas of Pittsford, James of Rutland and Harry of Minneopolis. Friends may call at the Barnard Funeral Home here tomorrow from 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to .10 p. m. MRS. EDGAR CAMPBELL RANDOLPH. April 26. Services for Mrs. Edgar Campbell, 74, who died early yesterday in her home here, will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the Randolph Funeral Home. The Rev. Hooper Goodwin of Bethel will officiate. Burial will be in the East Brookfield Cemetery. Mrs. Campbell was born Edith Kibby, daughter of Lorenzo and Flora Kibby, at Brookfield Aug. 12, 1878. Besides her husband, Mrs. Campbell leaves three sons, Kenneth, Keith and Victor: two brothers, Edward Kibby of Randolph Centex and Ernest Kibby of East Brookfield; six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. DAVID W. PRITCHARD GRANVILLE, N. Y. April 26 Funeral services for David W. Pritchard, 87, who died Friday night at the home at Levi Ayers, will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the S. A. Juckett Funeral Home, the Rev. R. W. Evans, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in Mt. View Cemetery in West Pawlet, Vt. A Masonic service was conducted tonight at the funeral home by the Granville lodge. , Mr. Pritchard is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Anna Park and Mrs. Harriet Quinlan of Granville, and Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers of West Pawlet; a son, Lloyd William Pritchard of Schenectady, and several grandchildren. BURTON PETERS BENNINGTON, April 26. Funeral services for Burton Peters, 72, who died yesterday at his home here, will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the house, the Rev. Fred W. Vogell, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Grand View Cemetery. A native of White Creek, N. Y.. he was born May 12, 1880. He lived for a time in Youngstown, O., where he was a member of the Masonic order? and served in the Marines from 1904 to 1908 before coming here where he spent the greater portion of his life. He was foreman of the Albany Novelty Co. in North Bennington. Besides his wife, the former Nellie Center, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Peta Schmidt, also of Bennington; four brothers. Clarence of Bennington, Eugene of South Shaftsbury, Fred of Hoosick Falls. N. Y., and Walter of Buffalo; tw,o sisters, Mrs. Emma Barber of White Creek and Mrs. Flora Joslin of Iowa. MRS. NELSON DWYER RITES BRANDON, April 26. Services for Mrs. Nelson Dwyer, who died Wednesday in a Burlington hospi-j tal, were held yesterday in Our j Lady of Good Help Church. The Rev. James Horan officiated. Burial was in Mt. Calvary Ceme- j terv in Rutland, the Rev. Mark J Harvey officiating. Bearers were, Gilbert Casey, Dennis Lowell. Thomas Whalen, John Fillioe, Daniel Center and Archie McIntyre. OSCAR THORNTON LONDONDERRY. April 26. Services for Oscar Thornton, about 70, of Londonderry, who died Thursday, were held today in the Howard Funeral Parlors. The Rev. A. R. Burn officiated. Mr. Thornton, born in Racine, Wis.. had been a resident here about 25 years. Survivors include a sister in Wis-n. MOOSE SOCIAL TONIGHT MOOSE CLUBROOMS 8:15 P.M. FAIR HAVEN JAMES STEWART THE NAKED SPUR BRANDON Poukney ANNUAL MEETING Brandon Cemetery Association The proprietors of lots in Pine Hill Cemetery in Brandon, Vt., are hereby notified that the Annual Meeting of the Brandon Cemetery Association will be held on Thursday, May 7, 1953 at 7 P. M. DST, at First National Bank Building to hear the annual reports; to elect officers for the coming year and to do any other business jtrpper to be done at said meeting. Every owner ' of a lot in said Cemetery is requested to be present. By order of the Trustees James R. Leonard, Secretary Brandon, Vt.. April 7, 1953 West Rutland THE STOOGE Dean Martin Jerry Lewis FORT WARREN Drive-In Theatre ROUTE 4 CASTLETON, VT. TODAY WOMAN OF THE NORTH COUNTRY Color by Technicolor Ruth Hussey Rod Cameron PEKING EXPRESS Joseph Cotten Corine Calvet TODAY SHES BACK ON BROADWAY Virginia Mayo Gene Nelson BASKETBALL FIX John Ireland Vanessa Brown PLUS CARTOON A REAL TREAT !- NOSTRADAMUS SAYS SO AS TOLD BY CAREY WILSON Mrs. W. B. Strong Telephone 122-4 Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Williams, accompanied by Mrs. J. C. Norton of Bristol, spent a week-end in Lexington, Mass., with Mr. and Mrs. Garry Delehanty. Miss Mary Sennett is a patient at Rutland Hospital. WATER WELLS DRILLED SEASONABLE PRICES Nartnaa SpoBorS. a atlas IS74-M Edw. Kehoe, Fair Haven 129-M2 NOW j PLAYING! I BBBUP ! PHONE 730 L DONT MISS IT!

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