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   Berkshire Evening Eagle, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1950, Pittsfield, Massachusetts                                E-vgning Eagle, Saturday, April 1, Great Barriiigtoii JOHN 3. WATSON Tel. 83 Cub Pack 22 Given Awards GREAT BARRINGTON Pho-j Girl Scout Course Opens April 14 GREAT BARRINGTON' The I first course In the second series ot tography In ail its wWGir! Scout leader courses will be featured at the meeting of Bo> in the American Legion Scout Cub Pack 22 meeting at Street April 14 Town Hall. Numerous awards v.eie from T'30 to PM' also made. For next rron'h'.-- meet-! The Misses Roseann Flaherty, ing "country fair'' be "the Kathleen Kerrey and Mary Kelly feature. of this town will conduct a class In The awards fol.o Wnlf award-- i i Dug ana omg a Wolf James Hernck and Anv one havmg. C0pies Micnael Albano. ,n books'L, reouested to bri singing. The songs will be from the "Ditty Bag" and "Sing To- of hese books is requester! to bring The remaining three courts will _ Bear awards: ,d -ierr.ck Jr.. 'them.' M Clearj Jr _ John Kelly, Jatr.es iiobe ,s Go.d arr Paul Andte- May 5. The courses are open to an.. P.- be- Harnrrer, Tas-iany one interested in Girl Scout Karr, Ja1 es Tobeits. James the Southern Berk- Joseph M .rr.ll J: Larry [shire area. C'arl Anthony! David Paul ?gart, Merrill Jr Andreani. i Church Services GREAT Kenne'h Sullivan. First Grass J-'ircs GREAT BARRING! ON' Th f'tst grass fire of extinguished early noon on Hillside cal F.te Departmei Short'y hofoin received the rail nue, an alarm' v j-'-'-d n fir a grass fire on Hanv Rahm h property on D.-. -on Tnej call was equip- ment left uhcn f-'P brought under cortrol by the Rahms. RoUel ln Great Barrington Palm j Sunday and Holy Week follow: St. Peter's Ber- nard A. Kerrigan, pastor. Masses iwill be held at 7, 8.30 and 10.30. Canaan, Conn. Spring Concert Tomorrow by Taghkanic Choir CANAAN Taghkanic Choir will give a spring concert ot sacred music tomorrow after- noon at 3 30 in the Hotchkiss School chapel. Feature work in this pre-Easter concert will be "The Seven Last an epic by Dubois. The choir will be directed and accompanied on the organ by Hen- ry P. Gross. Featured soloists are: Soprano, Elsa Borg Gillette of Ca- naan; tenor, Lawrence Madison of Norfolk, and baritone, Paul A. Meyers of Lakes ille. The first half of the program will be made up of the little-known Weaver-Tilton anthem, "My King Rode and Mailing's "Gethsem- an organ work to be played by Mr. Gross. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the choir or at the door. Children will be admit- ted free. Public Card Party A public card party will be sponsored by St. Joseph's circle, the basement of St. Joseph's Mrs. Helena Zucco is Clintoi v iiy Raleigh Dove, minister. Morning church the lo- will he at 11 with the ser-i mon the pastor on "Rejoice, The Lorn Is Chinch school will HI'.M IP Ave- meet at 1, and the joiing people's r w II start at 5 There will be communion at 730. Baseball iSine rmu'ti'gnt.onal Dr. CD. Nicholas Bakker, minis- Chinch school at 9.-15. Morning worship at 11 with the sermon by pastor on "The Palm Sunday Preview." William E. Parry, bari- tone, be soloist. PasMon week w 11 bo he'd nightly from with Mrs. Josephine Da- co-chairman. Drake of Churcn 8 until 810 uith holy communion Thursdav night. Street is a patient at LHchfleld County Hospital in Wmsted. Attorney J. Clinton Roraback and his sLster Catherine are ex- pected. to return this week end from Palm Beach, Fla., where they have been spending the winter. Auxiliary To Meet The Parents' Auxiliary of the Boy Scouts of Ameiica will spon- sor a food sale Thursday at 2 To Organize PPFAT Thursday night. i PM in the showrooms of the Con- GRLAT BARLiNOrON-A.hcrti necticut Power Company. Mrs. Fu 'o and George P. Bo-.-.er, coa..h; Chu.ch or Scientist I Ralph Black is chairman, assisted ar.-l manager of .-ear's he.lhe "iioject of by Mrs. Thomas Foley, Mrs. Philip NeJame, Mrs. Jerry Fallon and can Legion railed an M >n liv night nt 7 "0 cfi-io Inn, bason ill have the lesson for tomorrow morning al 11. The golden text, God u.ll not hear vanity, the Mi- ,.p..hr.r v MC Almlghtly regard .t" Sunday school will M. moers of season's squad, at 9 50 Wednesday night m w oil as prospect VP candidates'service will be held at, 8 are requested to attend Srvral _____. important decisions he made Methodist Church Rev. Lee during the evening. minister. Palm Sunday worship will be held at 1030 with G. Frank Lord is in New [the .sermon by the pastor on, "A V for the end. Man and a Donkey." Church school will meet at 11.45. Holy week services will he held nt Tuesday and Thursday nights, i with holy communion administered iat the Thursdiy night event. James' Church Mnrtlmer-Maddox, r There will be holy com- A ice of palms. Mrs. Lewis Foley. South Egremont Tonight at 7.00 !UMI Town Meeting Monday Night SOUTH special town meeting will be held Monday night at 8 in the Town Hall when proposed bj-laws for the town will be considered. It was erroneously stated in this column that the meeting would be Wednesday. procession and story; 12 noon, half- hour devotion; 230, half-hour de- votion; 8 PM. augmented choirs junior anri j will s ng "The Seven Last uith George Montgomery Knd CiiniPrnn Sunday Momliiv iiHinion al 8 AM h mus i1 i li 5'Tiur choirs, v ill h" held at 11 cantata Duhois hldi'Mi's conf niation clavs I S.u unlay at 4 PM, baptism of bo he'd 'n (lie rectory at 2 SO j children. Wednesday nigh! at 7 HO. pulpit Easter Sunday, holy communion "i. P.v of 'The Man Fiom Naza-ial 8 with full choir; 11 AM, choral relh." followed at 830 by mstruc-1 conimuii'on w ,1 h sermon ny the t is fur adult? 'rector, 4 PM, children's mite box morning at 10. holy at.n Club Opens April 8 Stockbridge Stenciling Classes To Meet at Library STOCKBRIDGE An Early American stenciling class for be- ginners will meet at the Stock- bridge Library from 1 to 4 Wednes- day afternoon for five consecutive weeks. Alt interested may enroll at the library. Bowling Tourney Planned April 8 third an- nual mixed bowling tournament will take place Saturday, April 8. The tournament la open to the members of the Stockbridge Wo- men's Bowling League, the Stock- bridge Men's Bowling League and the Tuesday Night Married Couples League. Twelve teams have already reg- istered and others wishing to take part may e.nroll at the drugstore or with Alfred L. While. Church Services STOCKBRIDGE Services In the local churchei fol- low: St. Joseph's Church, Rev. Thom- as F, Finn, pastor. Masses will be at 8 and 10.15. Benediction will follow the 10.15 mass. Confessions today from 4 to 5.30 PM and from 7.30 to 9 PM. SI. Paul's Episcopal Church, Rev. Alfred B. Slarrail, rhetor. At S AM there will be holy com- munion. At 10 tlio rector's class will meet in the parish house and al 11 church school for children under s.x in thf parish hou-o. Hnly communion sermon by the rector will be at 11 AM Monday afieinorm at 3.15 the church will meet in the parish house. First Congregational Church, Rev. J. Edward Elliot, minuter. Morning service will be at 11 AM uilh sermon by Rev. George A. Tuttle of Monterey guesl pieacher. Sunday school from 9.45 to 1045 under the supervision of David El-j more, superintendent. The super- vised play period for small chil- dren during the church hour will be directed by Mrs. James Kiley during the month of April. Lenoi WILLIAM C. HOCHSTUHL JR. Tel. 755-R Chimney Sparks Ignite Roof of New Lenox Home LENOX Chimney sparks from a wood-burning fire caused a ima.ll blaze on the roof ot a home owned by Leo Nesbit of Plttsfteld late yesterday morning, It was reported by Fire Chief Oscar R. Hutchtn- son of the Lenox Fire Department. The flra was discovered about 11.15. Two trucks from the local department responded. The flames were quickly extinguished before too much damage was done. The fire burned througTi a small por- tion of the roof, but nothing Inside the house was damaged. Tho home, situated on New Lenox Road, Is occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hickok and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill, No one was in- jured. Church Services LENOX Services in Lenox churches tomorrow, Palin Sunday, will St. Ann'i Church, Rer. Gerald S. McGourty, pastor; Rev. Francis Kea.ney, curate. Masses at 7, 8.30 and 10.30. Trinity Episcopal Church, Rr-v Robert S. S. Whitman, rector. Holy communion at 8. Blessing of Palms, procession, holy communion anri sermon by the rector at 11. Church school at 11. Holy week services ho morning prayer daily at 830. Evening prayer daily at 5.15 Holy communion, Tuesday and at 10. Maundy Thurs- day, holy communion at 7 AM and 745. Good Friday service at noon. Holy Saturday, blessing of Pas- chal Candle and baptism at 4 PM. St Helena's Chapel, Rev. Rob- ert. S. S Whitman, rector. Holy communion and sermon by the rec- tor at 330. Church school at 9.30. Maundy Thursday, holy commu- nion at 10 AM and Mi-, c. Victor John- son of Bristol, Conn., are the par- ents of a son, Richard Alan, born March 23, at the Bristol Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Cooper are the maternal grandparents. Mrs. Edgerton McC. Howard and daughter, Linda, have returned from Washington, D.C., where they spent several days. They made '.he return trip by plar.e. 2 Features. Thea. Adv. New hair-do for Easter. Hair shaping a specialty. to suit jour purse. Curley's Beauty Salon, Elm Street. Tel. Dalton The Approach of Spring Bring Xew Living Room Suites New arrivals bring: fresh covers. The latest de- signs and expert styling. Inspect our lino at your leisure. Church Services DALTON Services In local churches tomorrow will be as fol- St. Vincent de Paul'.s Church, Lenox Dale, Rev. Donald F. Mul- len, pastor. Mass at 10. Grace Methodist Church, Rev. Heibert Hahn, pastor. Worship service at 9.45 with the sermon by the pastor entitled, "The Message of Palm Sunday." Church school at 11. Choir rehearsal and Youth Fellowship at 6.30 Monday eve- ning Good Friday, communion service at 7 30 PM. Congregational, Church-on-the Hill, Rev. J. Herbert Owen, pastor. Morhing worship at chapel at 11 m observance of Palm Sunday. The choir will sing "Flying Wide the Gates" by Stalner and "Jeru- salem" by Parker. pa-stor will preach on topic, Soul's True King Funeral Monday For Mrs. Whistler LENOX The of Mrs. Ross Whistler, 95, will be held Mon- day morning at 11 in Trinity eopal Church with Rev. Robert S S. Whitman, rector, officiating, Burial will be in the Cemelery-on- AS: 1 Funeral of Mr. Guy Kev G Chi Mianson will The funeial of Guy Moore was GREAT BARRINGTON The', pi n a mon, "Most RON al llplrt Wednesday afternoon at the Wjnntonuck Country Clm will open for the season on April 8 Maudzelle Hawkins of Lenox, will again be steward in chaise of the clubhouse. Our greenhouses will be open all day Palm Sunday Come in and see vour Ea.ster flowers growing, E. B. j Dolby, Ariv For rent: 3-room apartment. 27 Park Street. Lawn and garden seeds and Vigoro fertilizer now in stork. Paul Lopez. Ashes and rubbish removed, rea- sonable rates, dependable .service. Among Royal Things at First Congregational Church sen ires at 10.-13 AM. Services will include baptism and music by the combined junior and senior choirs under the direct-on of Miss Margaret R. Mar- tin. The primary and junior-senior departments of the Sunday school will meet at 030 AM. Nursery and kindergarten departments will meet at 10.45 AM. The Young People's Society will meet at the parish house at 7 PM and travel by car to services at the First Congregational Church, Pittsfleld. Servicea at Grace Church will be at 10.45 AM with holy com- munion and sperial organ music by Roger Trucking. Tel. Miss Deborah Carley. Rev. 'Max- W. Rice will preach the ser- Sunday. April '2. Gl. Barrington, Fish and Game Associat on ham I at Lawrence Baibien's in jSeekonk Fi ep raw clams. Refresh- ments. Beginning 11 A.M. Easter Dry Cleaning for the entire family RIED'S Cleaners and Dyers Main St. Gt. Bnrrington NOTICE A public hearing will be hold at l the town hall. Great Barnngion, Mass., on Apnl 3, 1950, at 730 PM on the application of John L D. Peters, treasurer and of the Wyantenuck Country Club for a seasonal club all-alcoholic bev- erages licence for the club, located on the West Sheffield Road, con- sisting of a ground floor, main floor, porches and grounds. Peter I Adams Barb.en Paul C WNte SpVctmnn of Groat Bainngton mon. Communion will also be held at 8 AM. At 9.30 AM, Mr. Rice will preach a Palm Sunday service for the children entitled "The Story of Holy Week." The girls' confirma- tion class will meet Monday at 3.45 at the rectory and the boys' class will meet Wednesday at 3 45 PM. 1914 1950 April 1st Oyr 36th Anniversary YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH Dealer Dodge Job-Rated Trucks Frank Peters' Garage Our "ear Tel. 123-1 MAIN STREET AT MAPLE Great Barrington Treasure Chest! 1 OUR HOME fusnish- may be worth thou- sands. Yet a few dollars can protect them! Make an inventory and what a big invest- ment you in fur- nishings and personal ef- fects. It's well worth protecting, with insur- ance! Ask today for free Hartford Inventory Booklet. H. S. ANDREWS Insurance Agency Phone 35 321 Main St. Gt Barr. at the Methodist Church wil! be at 10.45 AM with a sermon entitled "Triumphant by Rev. David J. Livingstons. Music will be directed by Miss Edith White. Baptism and reception of new mpmbers will take place. Henry L. Adams will lead the Men's Brotherhood Bible class and Mrs. James Dodffe the Fahola Class at 9.30 AM The Youth Fellowship will meet at 6 PM Masses will be celebrated at St. Agnes' Church at the following morning hours: 7, 8.15, 9.30 and 10.30. The blessing and distribution of palms will take place. Rosary and benediction will be at 7 PM. Kelly Funeral Home with Rev. Ed- waid J. Day officiating. The hear- ers were Clifford Canon, Willis Hale, Charles McCarthy of Tyrins- ham and Irving Brown of South Lee. Burial was in Tyringham Cemetery. Benefit Snip of tha Echo-Dale 4-H Club are currently selling pack- agtxl cookies for the benefit of Camp Howe In Goshea where the 4-H members attend. 2 Features. Lea Thea. Adv. Lebanon Valley Bucket Brigade In Action as Fire Destroys Barn NEW LEBANON, volunteer firemen were called at 3 yesterday afternoon for a barn flre at the home of Benjamin Curtis, about 100 feet over the state line In Hancock on the old mountain road. Tht flre, of undetermined origin, was discovered by Mrs. Curtis who had to run about a half mile to call the fire department. When they arrived the building was beyond saving and what little water was available was used to wet down the house about 10 feet away. Adults as well as children joined in a bucket brigade from a imall stream to keep the pumper supplied with water. Several rab- bits, tooli and three drums of, kero- sene were lost in the blaze and the siding on the house was blistered by the Intense heat. Several acrei of meadow were also burned over. I Funeral of .Miss Van Deiwen A funeral service lor Miss Fran- ces E. Van Deusen waj held this afternoon at 4 at tha Bartlett Fu- neral with Rev. G. Christiansen officiating. Bearers were Martin and Gordon C- Gil- bert, Will am D. Pike, John H. Bellows, Waller C. and Harry NEW LEBANON, N.Y.-Stainer's W. Smith, all of this town. Burial Lenton caniata, "The was in Mam Street Cemetery. be sung in the Darrow School chapel Good Friday evening, at The choru.s will be composed 4The Crucifixion' Will Be Sung At Darrow School Red Cross Coal Of Exceeded In One-Day Drive SHEFFIELD With returns still to in the local Red Cross drive netted 21 per cent over the town's quola ot drive chairman, Dr. Percie Roberts an- nounced today. The drive was launched March 8 with an Intensive one day cam- paign by the solicitors who col- lected in the one day, sur- passing the quota by In hfs announcement this morning Dr. Roberts extended hii thanki to the workers for their time and on part of tha drive and to the towns- people Berkshire School for their generous tupport of the Red Cross. Church Services LEE in the Lee churches tomorrow, Palm Sunday, will be as follows: St. Mary's Church, Rev. Jere- miah Murphy, pastor, Rev. Joseph A. Russell, curate. at 7, 8.30, 9.30 and 10.30. St. George's Episcopal Church, Flev. Edward J. Day, rector. Holy communion and sermon at 11. Church school at 11. Mrs. LePrevost Dies at Home Tyringham Native's Funeral in Lee Monday at 2 LEE Mrs. F. 75, wife of Corwin J. LePrevost, owner of Con's Motor Sslej here, died suddenly nt her Laurel Street home last night. Mrs. LoProvost was born in Tyringham March 3, 1875, daughter of Nathan and Florence Norlhrup Canon, and had lived here for 35 years. She wns member of the Lee Grange and tha Lee Congregational Church. Mr. and Mrs. LePrevost celehrated their golden wedding anniversary on Nov. 22. Mrs. LePrevost leaves, beside her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Pear! Ranson and Mrs. .1 Howard Stevenson, both of this town; two sons, Roy G.. and Henry N., both of Lee; seven grandchildren; a brother, Clifford R. Canon of and several nieces and nephews. The body rests at the Kelly Fu neral Home where friends may call tonight and tomorrow evening from 7 to 9 and tomorrow after- noon from 2 to 5. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 at the Congre- gational Church wltti Rev. Frank E. Ratzell, pastor, officiating. Burial will in Falrmount Ceme- tery. First Methodist Church, Rev. Herbert Hahn, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship service at 11 with the sermon "The Message of lm Sunday" by the pastor. Youth Fellowship meets at 7. Wesleyan Service Guild will meet at 7.30 Monday evening at church. Choir rehearsal at the church Wednesday evening at 7. Holy communion Thursday evening at 7.30. Housatonic JOHN S. WATSON Trl. 83 Church HOUSATOWC Church un- ices In Housatonic for Palm Sun- day and Holy Week follow: Corpus Christ! Church, Rev. Her- bert F. Carroll, pastor. will ba said at 8 and 10. All Saints' Lekston, pastor. will be said at 8.30 and 1030. Methodist Church, Rev. Donald C. Palmer minister. Morning wor- ship will be held ,at 10.15 Sunday school will convene at 1145. News of Lee WTU.TAM C. HOCHSTUHL JH. Tel. 755.11 First Congregational Church, Rev. Frank E. Ratzoll, pastor. Palm Sunday at 10.30. Reception of The pastor will preach 6n the aublect, "Man From he Country'" Church school at 11.45. Joint meeting of the Pil- grlrn Fellowship societies at 645 PM in the church. Wendell Slick- neyof Pitt.'-field will be the speaker, SI. Francis1 Church, South Rev. Donald F. Mullen, pa.stor. at. 8.30. Chapel of the Good Shepherd, South Lee, Rev. Edward J. Day, rector. Holy communion at 7.45. Morning prayer and sermon at 9.30. Lanesboro SPCC Benefit To Feature Mapician LANESBORO Friday, Api.l 14, has been set for th" setU Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children benefit at t.-e Town Hall when Stewart Meikle- john of Adams, magician, will en- tertain children In the afternoon and adults in the evening. Members of the local PTA will assist the following committee: Miss Mar- garet Best. Mrs. Jesse J. Howie- son, and Mrs. Benjamin R, Her- mann. Housatonic Aids Widomski Fund in Lee Collected To Is 2500 from atonic totaling plus local gifts of have pushed the Widomski Fund over the mark of the goal; haj been collected. HousntonSc cor.tr'but-ors Mr and Mrs. S. Baldyco 52. P Bubrlskl Mr. and Mrs It S Oaldyxa SI, Miss ROM Mory Hunt II, Miss Mary Ana Wlsnicwskl Mr. Mrs. J Wlrsnlew- skl Mrs. Mary Oop H, Benjamin Bol- 11, stasla Helen Kry- nowskl Mr ai.d Mrs. W. Miss Blanche Koprek tl, Mr. and Mrs. A. Banach Jr. Mr. and S. Tar. rmwa Mr and Mrs. J. Ortolek II, William Bubrlskl II, Mr and Mrj. A, Boldyua SI. Mr. and Mrs A. S'i. Sianlcv SI. Ifnrrv Yuruft a friend 50 cents, a friend 50 cents. Mrs A. Kuzm town Yede.tzko a frlfm! 50 ri-nfi. Mrs P Znninl Mrs a. ki SI i rri'-fl 50 rents, M Sof-now- -VI C CharlJn-.k] R Trepcrn- 'kl rrn's a 25 II. K. Marii-J V) tl, a frl'nd a frlni-d S'i MIS Jowph BubriSkl SI, M.M Pl'rmi' J. S'. Mr c rtak M in- 'I S! conn Mr  of boys and faculty from the school, and choir members from churches in the community. C. Lambert Heyniger, headmaster of. Darrow and J. Lyman Congdon, djrector of music in the Chatham High School, will soloists. The work will directed by John Van orgmlart and choirmaster. Friends of the school Invited a mechanic b> Me Gulf'o.'l Cn poiation n Pin.she'd has bpen to Spunsfield he iojr officiating w.li ,-tai-l Mondav. "''1'1 npv u'' IIalolrl D D., rec'or of lne Church of Our Sav- EA3TER FLOWERS Corsages, cut flowers and potted nlants for Easter. Order now. Tel. 305-M. Lakevlew Flor.st, 64 Lake St. C, A. Bearers were' Charles Williams. Robert Parting-1 ton. J Richard Sutherland, Henry Chevalier, Francis Tra.nor and Christopher Brown. Burial in the Cemetery of the Held Oub ot New DALTON THEATRE THE HIST OF THE JOLSON STORY LARRY PARKS AGAIN i SHIFT MffliU rmKnn BARBARA HALE PLUS T1US SWELL CO-HIT CbeUer Morris. Richard Line aod Joan Woodburv in "BOSTON BLACKIK'S CHINESE VENTURE" SHOW STARTS PM Coma kt 8 and OompleU Show AT REOULAB PRICES Co ton mi TONHiHT AT 7 .AM) 9 "Dakota Lil" TOMORROW At and and MONDAY At "Perfect Strangers with Ginger Rogers Dennis Morgan i i i LEE i i Show Pl.ice of thft Btrkshlrea EVEN1ST, SHOWS AT M SAT.. M'V. ___________START AT 3.311 Tonig-ht 2 Featured The Cisco Kid In "Satan's Cradle" Plus "The Gay Intruder" "THE RIG PICTURE! ,i .WALTER PIDGEON ETHEL BARRYMORE PETER LAWFORD- JANET LEIGH ANGELA LANSBURY TELEVISION RADIO SALES and SERVICE Motorola Sylvania Westinghouse HENRY'S SERVICE Henry N. LeProvosI, I'rop. ZT MAIN STREET TEL. I.EE, MASS. Tenderized Hams for Easter Make Your Easter Dinners the best ever with Forst's Foremost PETER SHAKER'S FOOD STORE 7 Center St, Lee, Mass. If you have never tried a Custom Made Suit thers ij no time like the present. You have a selection from many fabrics tailored to your choice of guaran- teed to fit. Suits, up OPEN TONIGHT TILI J. T. OWENS LEE I INFAVSPAPERf INFAVSPAPERf   

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