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Springfield Mass Daily News Saturday ebruary 10 1962 Plan St Joseph9 Sodality Bridal ashion Show 6 WESTIELD NEWS I POLICE SEEK LU of an Westfield further plans for Classified Ads nowski HUNTINGTON CHURCHES WILL NOTE occu lice Departments in the area to Charles in that town ROBERT CUSACK UNERAL HOME until 94 MAIN ST WESTIELD TEL LO 2 9343 Richard Ward LARK GRANVILLE I The ull Size SEE IT AT Taylors MAIN and GEO ST WESTIELD WAGE and SALARY EARNERS and SMALL BUSINESS or Experienced Assistance With Your Income Tax Returns Consult AGENCY POPKO INSURANCE Westfield 298 Elm St LO 2 4891 PM Open Daily 9:30 AM to 8:30 UEL OIL of BLANDORD TV STAMPS 3d 15 24 HOUR 1957 BURNER SERVICE 4 695 4 OIL BUItKE BROS partly turn 10 11 8837 if no ans 9 3851 be RM duplex all modern references i uupiex an uiuqei eq 2 6471 after 1 CONT SHOW SAT SUN ROM 1:30 in lot Wilcox Enko Realtors LO 14 nn a tie' iuuIHE tffWNI LUKERS wnnt reSra transferred $175 cscallopecl LO a Limits iCWBELLRAfM Allen post mas that during the with tomato slaw bread clerks older and of She and Art S70 and up LO 8 0212 field for $150 belonging to Nun zio Cennamo also of East Moun tain Rd Trial will be conducted on March 1 a lighted was driv of Ander Elm St fined $10 be assisted by will help her in JACK PAIANCE MARIA HLIX PEDRO ARMENDARIZ 1' the there Our 2nd Big Hit dimes during deter contri anrnx Adiacent Kents $130 wiH nJ! Deep lot VARSITY CU DANCE WESTIELD The Alumni Varsity Club of Westfield High School will hold its annual mem bership dance tonight at St Roc Club A large attendance is expected with the commit tee heads John Killips and Mi chael Morris reporting a good advance sale of tickets The dance will be open to members and lheir guests and the gen eral public Dancing will start at 8 with music to be provided by a local orchestra Piano Tuning and Repairing Over 40 Years' Experience KUBICEK LO 2 6967 or RE 7 2796 Ss 2 'G 1 4 Council of Churches will a meeting Monday night at irst Methodist Church It be the first session under Adults HE 9 1422 apt cmtraL heat low taxes town only good loca lot alum heat 13 will the Mr Mr be hosts and hostesses Banks Har Ar and WESTIELD OICE 35 ELM ST TEL: LO 2 LO 2 2349 cnrace I239UO CHARGES DENIED William Do herty Jr 26 and his wife Mar garet Doherty 23 of 330 East Mountain Rd denied larceny charges in District Court today A complaint signed by Det Sgt John Jakus of the local police department charged that the couple cashed a check in Spring loist The lighting effects will WESTIELD Although Detective Bureau said was to report on the armed robbery at Clinton Pharmacy Inc at 91 Main St last night it was learned today that police may have a definite lead to at least one of the two men who staged the holdup at gunpoint shortly before 10 Detectives are believed to have CHURCH EXIT TO MEET WESTI Western Hamp den hold 7 in will the new constitution which calls for 13 churches in the council to be represented by 40 delegates Robert White of Bush St will preside Organization of commit tees establishment of objectives and determination of projects will be among the items on the agenda 10 cents a line per day Count 5 or 6 words to a line Mini mum charge 50 Payable in advance rvt Asking TWO ARMED HOLDUP MEN 1200 sq ft 1W Elm to Municipal Parking per month LO 2 2309 WESTIELD A four inch snowfall which started late yes terday afternoon and continued intermittently until early thismorning caused slippery driving conditions during tne night and brought the Highway Department into operation for suiting sand ing and plowing Supt rancis Martin said to day that both city equipment and hired trucks were useo for plow ing An early morning accident was free" to be delivered byArthur Newcomb pas Members of the junior youth group of the church' Mrs Joseph Swiatek will serve as commentator and will award the door prizes Mrs Edmund Buijnarowski beauti cian will also assist the fashion show Music will be provided by Mrs Roswell Holmes organist Register Rifled Instead while the smaller of the gunmen rifled the cash regis ter Mr Ossolinski was forced to tile rear of the store and into a men room Shortly after the two gunmen fled the proprietor said he heard the buzzer ring again but did not know whether the two had come Then someone shouted to find oui if anyone was in the double Director betwen 7 a SECRETARY ux co i any 1 RM Leon Kotowski co of the decorations assisted by Mrs former Edna Tenero The cou ple have four daughters Mrs Edward Majeski Mrs Jacob Marcyoniak Mrs Stanley Da vich and Mrs Henry Maciorow ski and 11 grandchildren BLANDORD At a recent meeting of Ox Bow Council of Girl Scouts Mrs Dexter arn ham of Russell Rd was ap proved as chairman of Girl Scout neighborhood six Mrs David Dawson of Hunt ington 'Rd is chairman of the Heart und Climax of the eb ruary drive comes on Heart Sunday the 251 when there will be a house to house can vass She will volunteers who this canvass Mrs Gladys ter announces fecent March of Dimes drive a total of $20185 has been collect ed to date $15658 of that total i was collected during the Moth ers March $1811 from contri butions at the school and the rest from donations of various organizations She also an nounces that if anyone has notbeen contacted 1o donate and they wish to do so contribu tions may be left with her at the Post Office I Miss Marion Templeman pro nounced her first vows as sister of Notre Dame de Na i mur this past week at ceremon ies in Notre Dame Novitiate airfield Conn Now Rev Sr' Rita James she is the claugh ter of Mr and Mrs James' Templeman of Snow Hill arm' and granddaughter of Air Mrs James Templeman Bradford St Springfield attended Springfield schools the Massachusetts School of before entering the order Rev Sr Rita James will continue' her studies at the Notre Dame Juniorate the Wcnham campus of Emanuel College Boston rank Cook of Main St is patient an Noble Hospital A bridal fash ion show sponsored by the Adoration Sodality of St Jo Church will be present ed Sunday afternoon the 18th in the church social center The affair will start at 3 with Mrs Helen Sadowski serving as general chairman of ar rangements The theme will be arranged reported to local police by Thom as Hannon of 47 Birch Bluffs Dr who said that his car hit a large pine tree that had been cut down and dropped across the highway on Shaker Rd near Shaker arms Country Club Hannon was said to have been traveling east on a down grade just after crossing the New New Haven and Hartford Rail road tracks when his car hit the tree demolishing the front end smashing the windshield and crushing in the top of the ve hicle The cap had to be towed from the scene The tree was removed by members of the or estry Department Patrolmen 1 Thomas Devine and Richard Olcksak investigated Turnpike police reported that the speed limit was down to 40 miles an hour that toads wete plowed and sanded and that no serious trouble had been experi enced Russell State Police said that a four or five ineh fall has been experienced in that area but that there had been no accidents Dancing the Westfield and a Dixie Ihe direction music super VENETIAN BLINDS Repaired WINDOW SHADES for Sale ree Installation LAME'S VENETIAN BLINDS LO 2 9257 OICE POSITION OPEN OR EMALE Capable of performipg general office work ef ficiently including typ ing bookkeeping Ex cellent working condi tions State fuiiy quali fications Give refer ences when answering Box 236 Daily News Office Westfield Templeton Drug Store Inc Westfield Shop the Northside Now JOHNNY'S PACKAGE INC BEER WINE 500 Cases Beer On Ice 55 NORTH ELM ST LO 8 8450 OR DELIVERY custom vonded ana sell TO BOOST DRIVE WESTIELD Another boost for the March of Dimes will be given by Whip Cily Memorial Post 454 American Legion to night when the organization sponsors a public spaghetti and meatbail supper at the post headquarters All proceeds will go to the local drive Comdr Chester Dawicki has reported that reservations indicate a ca pacity attendance for the bene fit event Arrangements are in charge of Henry Burns and Wil liam O'Brien Servings will be from 530 to 730 AUTHORIZED ELECTROLUX Sales and Service ItlCMARI) ALISEA 15 Broad St LO 8 0282 SCHOOL MENUS WESTIELD Announce ment was made today of the school lunch menus for the com ing week They are as follows: Monday chilled tomato juice old fashioned beef stow with vegetables bread and butter peach shortcake and milk Tuesday pork and gravy on but tered rice buttered green beans bread and butter citrus fruit cup and milk Wednesday cornea Scot hash catsup crisn cole and butter cherry cobbler and miiK: inursdav beef potato and tomato casse ole homemade cranberry fruit bread applesauce and milk: riday baked macaroni and cheese tossed fresh green sal ad with dressing peanut butter sandwich raspberry fruited gel atin with topping and milk TO NOTE ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs Stanley Wojcik of 90 Orange St wiil observe their 45th wed ding anniversary tomorrow with a family dinner They were married eb 12 1917 in St Church Windsor Locks Conn by Rev William Creedon moving to this city shortly aft er They are members of Holy Trinity Church Mr Wojcik is retired from Westfield Manufac turing Co Mrs Wojcik is the MIK IN COLOR "THE SECOND TIME AROUND" WITH tNWi DEBBIE REYNOLDS ANDY GRIITH TONITE 2ND HIT "DEADLY COMPANIONS" $15 909 ni rnloninl 3 2 iron' Ont Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen and Mr and Mrs Melvin Jensen are in charge of the public card party to be held tonight at 8 at the Town Hall Lunches to be served next week at 1he Village School will be: Monday steamed frank furters scalloped potato cabbage and pineapple salad rolls and butter toll house cookies milk 2 Tuesday beef loaf mashed po i tato buttered wax beans jam1 sandwiches cake milk Wednes I day corn beef hash sauerkraut I ketchup chopped meat and pickle sandwiches jello with top i ping milk Thursday barbecued1 beef mashed potato pickled 1 beets peanut butter sandwiches i cheese slices oatmeal cookies milk riday baked fish mashed potato tossed green sal ad egg salad sandwiches peach es and milk i Mr and Mrs Ronald Drolett of Cross Rd announce the re cent birth at Noble Hospital of a daughter Ronda Lynn Pa ternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Charles Drolett of Silver St and maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Joseph Higgins of Northampton and great grand mother Mrs Thomas Higgins Holyoke pa rkini? 202 al! with private parking adv a Mass of the in Holy Trinity Eugene Dranka officiated Rev John Blazewicz MS of Holy Trinity Church and Rev Leo O'Neil of St Mary's Church were seated in the sanctuary Bearers were Paul Victor and Joseph Bannish and Clement Gogulski all cousins Burial was in St Mary's Cemetery with Dranka saying prayers at the grave TV 'S I'l ELI) Members of the Adoral ion Sodality of St Church the bridal fashion show to he sponsored al the church social center on the 18th at 3 Lett to right: Mrs Helen hazierad refreshments Mrs Helen Sadowski director Mrs Ma rie Alacsisak refreshments and Mrs Louise Beaumier tickets ton SAll i 1 1 Two year oid garage lb heat built lot excellent Two year oid comb dining area hot water heat range plate ive and halt rm treed lot alum font water heat range plate excellent location 730 A potluck supper will be spon sored at the YMCA tonight by the Welcome Wagon Club with Russell Sargent executive man ager of the Chamber of Com merce as speaker Husbands of members will be guests The Jaycee ettes will hold a charter anniversary tea tomoi row afternoon from 2 to 4 at the home of Mrs Richard Onofrey of 183 Joseph Ave It will mark the third anniversary of the local chapter's affiliation with the stale Jaycee ettes Combat Support Co 104th regiment will hold a multiple drill tomorrow at the State Ar mory starting at 8 a William A Evancliak 72 of 11 State St informed police yester day that he knocked down a Traf fic sign on the traffic island op posite the Post Office while driv ing east on Main St llie Wagon Wheel Dance Club hold a dance tonight at 8 in Southampton Road School and Mrs John Garstka and and Mrs Edward Kortes will ST MOVES INTO 1ST PLACE TIE St High avenged an earlier setback by Huntington High and moved into a tie for first place in the County League by defeating the upriver quintet 57 to 41 in a game that brought cut a large number of fans last night at the Westfield High gym The Saints got away to a slow start but broke the game wide open in the third period to win handily after holding only a 23 lj edge at halftime Mixe Roeder with 20 points and Callin'! with 13 and Jim Rood with 10 weie top scorers for the local five Wayne Granger and John Parker featured for 1he upriver visitors Westfield Trade 11 surprised by a Southwick High quintet that defeated the local Vocationalisls 32 21 at Southwick Westlieid High bowed to West Springfield at the West Side 58 to 23 44 Id A A A 1 LAL i li Ct I IV Ui It? dr Hi 1 i red irczar xa store and he discovered it was a lii tv 8 rm colonial double baths oil hut raiwe location windows tireplace uv ItMS All utilities $6" li Vi's NTOV tr Exel RMS stove ter $90 RMS 2d Hot Wa ter $Vi mo RMS 1 st fir liv ini utilities SV mo sed 4 dr Body Tt I 3 nnoyr Han eh wit Askin? PfcH 10 own price WOMAN OR SODA OUNTAIN 40 hours a week CV TV LO A 1 1fl I9 rebuilt equip00'1 for snow plowing 1X S791 12 DAR TO ANNOUNCE ESSAY WINNERS WESTIELD Gen William Shepard Center DAR will hold a meeting Wednesday night at 730 in Highland School at which time winners of the essay con test on the subject his toric figure in my con ducted in the local elementary schools will read their essays and be presented their prizes The film promise and the which depicts the Battle of Yorktown in 1781 and the struggles of the early American colonists will be shown Hostesses will be Mrs Chester Mills Mrs Albert Mes cnnrrnv Alro Ilttrinn 1 Mrs Max Lederer Mrs old Maschin Mrs George koette Mrs Charles Ely Mrs St Mary's CRISP APPLES Direct irom our STORAGE TO YOU Cortlands on Sale MACS 5f lb Unclassified Storm Causes Slippery Driving Conditions in City JEEP pickup truck cab over en gine with snow plow al! hydraulic mileage 57l0 like new JO 96270 IO DUPLEX All modem 4 rms each apt Over per yr income Gas heat Storm windows laundry Ex cellent condiiion Project Hill $13990 LO 2 6471 after 5 PAINT wallpaper appliances Coalalt sunflower seeds loor pander to rent Tel MO 7 Huntington Hardware Store Huntington 16 DRY hard soft slabs sawed delLO2 64hO IX2 942' 21 UED TIRES TUBES aU sizes motor oil 75c gal also we buy exchange used tires for different sizes Meadow St Socony Gas a pi RVA I TORS 2 H17G or 8 0 i 3 ppRn So Wagon $150 Swk JO Good cond with firepl WESTIELD PLACEMENT SERVICE and half room two steam heat comb windows copper plumbing large lot garage walking distance of Expandable 4 Rm Cape tion garage large treed comb windows? hot air oil coo our loom two story liomp on North side alum comb windows double gar age 226 wiring cond $l'50o 4 Ranch firpl location immediate Beautiful rm ran rar firetu mt dishwasmer garbage ceramic bath 4 T7! Cinp exnandable rv iiirx I ra rar ftreul rm fge lot nice location $1 6 JIMS Split firepl hv gar nice location good cond BUTLER RUYS ive and half rm Ranch in Shaker Heights oil hot water heat 2' wiring alum comb windows large lot ex cellent location New 7 Rm Garrison Colonial gas hot water heat double garage large family room built in oven and rabge burner disposal 1 Vj baths plus vanity and sink large lot best location $27 9OO story on Operating nurses for the 7 a to 3 shift Liberal policies with time and a half and time tor overtime Apply Noble Hospital i 16 local short type and perform general work Mon thru Sat 9 12 to Dall News Stating qualifications 13 unmasked and at one point dur ing the holdup Mr Ossolinski said he attempted to remonstrate with the pair that the taller of the two men co*cked his gun and threatened to shoot if he did not move toward the rear of the store He said he did not recognize either man Det Sgt James Moran is con tinuing the investigation RH SANORD City View Rd 2 mi South Center of Westiield off Boule 202 Tel LO 2 4160 Closed Monday WESTIELD BRIES Ban acks 1566 World War 1 Veterans will hold an election of officers Monday night at 8 in VW headquarters Refreshments will be served after the meeting A food sale will be sponsored by the Rosary Society of Holy Trinity Church in the school cafe teria tomorrow morning after all of the masses The public is in vited Ashley Street School PTA wiil ihold a valentine natv tonight at i3 1 the Valley Green Restaurant at and clrc M5 and hot 16 time and a tor overtime and 3 president typing and Good salary ringe Jinx 71 Dxilv Xowft Off stating qualifications 12 WANTED Giri for diversified work Pleas? on 1 1 LO 094 1 Tuesday between 9 a and 12 noon for interview appointment )2 WOMAN who can take short ana oince work Mon noon Reply to Box rm I After policeel cond vapronftn MV djiKMi iimmediatelv transmitted to Po uv On tne jookoui lor tne pair Mr Ossolinski said this is tne first time in the 20 years in busi s0 np thnt his hns hpen held VV 1 1T UI i'LALr'iLA i cwu MEMBER 10 2 3979 LO tWUb IMPERIAL Whirlpool auto? washer 4 vr old never abused Snow blower fits Toro Wool reversible rug grey background It 1 canning equip ment jars bed spring mattress clean LO 2 2S37 L3 CLEARANCE Chord organs below cost LO 2 3214 Ace I oven laijje i im ranih 'iv rm on built oven and excellent location $18 9O ranch garage large comb windows oil built oven and i $17300 ive and half rm Ranch on large treed lot in good location hot water oil heat aium comb windows dry well plus septic low taxes walk out h'ieamenf 14 mmY ROGER Bl UH I 1 TO 4 b1Ls Axin ALorru IN Westfield a rm for rent or sale JO 9 3802 10 GOOD used cars Auto Wrecking Co WED MATS EVES "THE LOWER DRUM SONG" B1 Ai mi 8 after 5 Plv Nai 2 6Q78 after 1 jeep 4 wheel Xpiiitioe Rep rm with niav tres nfpppd at Phnwn hv Anne Mnrv Rnt zen Wilcox Enko Realtors CHURCHES SLATE SPECIAL SERVICES WESTIELD Scout and "Race Relations will be among the special observances in local churches tomorrow Presentation of the "God and Country to William La Plante will be a feature of the 11 a service at Central Bap tist Church A member of Troop 102 LaPlante will be the third member of his family lo receive the award Only four have been given out in this city Bov Scout officials are expected to be in attendance at the spe cial program The presentation will be made by the pastor Rev Russell Wallace Another of' the sessions of lhe School of I Missions will be held at night starting with a buffet supper at 615 irst Methodist Church will observe Relations Day" with a special sermon set men Rev tor hi will attend a meeting in the Russell church tomorrow night at 7 i CATHDbAC Cne Deville air cond R4H PR PS WW tires 6 pover seat power windows Kxcet cond Pvt owner IOiran 8 0692 DOT PEE drainboard sink Wit it Eras 10 2 2204 uo It also was the first armed 13 holdup in a local business estab lisnment a numoer ot years The two men were said to be by Mrs 1 chairman committee Robert Masco and Mrs Steven Stryjewski Mrs Marie Mac sisak cochairman heads the committee in charge of refresh ments assisted hv Mrs John Samel and Mrs Hugh Lannon with Mrs Rudolph Valvo as so Tickets will be under the di rection of Mrs Louise Beau be directed by Chester Chrza mier assisted by Mrs Lannon SOUTHWICK MAN GETS SUSPENDED TERM WESTIELD Gillett 64 of Smih's Beach Rd Southwick involved in a recent accident was given a suspended sentence of two months in the House of Correction in District Court yes terday on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident after causing personal injuries The suspension was April 11 He was also ordered placed on probation for six months on charges of operating to endanger and leaving the scene of an accident after caus ing property damage Michael Bidwell of Gran ville Rd North Granby Conn found guilty of allowing an im proper person to operate his motor vehicle had the com plaint filed A new charge of dangerous driving was preferred to which he pleaded guilty and a $a0 fine was levied A charge of operating without a license lodged against Marjorie Redmond 19 of 6 Morris Ave in connection with the same case was filed Christian Petersen 19 of 236 Poplar St West Springfield accused ot throwing flare from a car he ing onto the property son Son on North pleaded nolo and was Tins bath in pvt home Valley View Dr Refs required LO 2 1 Westfield Mass 9 after hours call Sien and truck letteringKBout LQS M41 ALTERATIONS dresses suits and coaJsLO 2 9534 3 ALL types of construction residential comnierical new homes repairing small jobbing Donald Champinev LO 8 8516 1 7 received a fairly accurate de scription of the shorter and old er of the two gunmen who flashed weapons at Matthew Ossolinski of Chicopee proprietor of the drugstore as he was preparing to closeup for the night Mr Ossolinski still visibly shaken by the experience today was unable to furnish a detailed description of the men but it was learned that shortly before they held up the drugstore they attempted to get into a nearby market and one 01 tne may have recognized the member of the duo Search Begun The holdup men object intensive search today secured between $15 and $20 in cash from the register at the phar macy Mr Ossolinski said he was preparing to close up his store when he heard the buzzer sound as the front door opened He said that as he entered the front of the store one of the two men said to be tall with no hat" shoved a gun at him and ordered him to back towards the rear of the store Somewhat confused Mr Os i solinski said he instead started to back around 1he counter at which point the shorter of the two men who was reported io have been wearing a hat and a three quarter coat came around the other end of the counter and also flashed a gun I Mr Ossolinski said that when he first had a gun pointed at him he thought it was a joke but after becoming aware of the seriousness of the situation he tried to reason with the taller of the two gunmen 'He said he of fered them anything theV wanted if they would get out of the store Detectives Believed to Have Description of One Drug store Bandit SUN MON TUES TOT miW MtW MWTHE SEWS! HAVE jeep will plow evenings week ends LO 2 6768 6 WILL take care of children in mv home Call LO 2 37 7 10 135 Lorkhouse Pul fireplace $12 5 down 2 un ra lanr lot To annreriate musteen Birch Bluffs Area VkHg S12 nno 12 customer He said he was so shaken by the experience he asked the customer who was unidentified to call the police arrived at the a general broadcast was 1 7'96 nr LOsun 2 9578 12 Rm cottage ranklin St LO 2 9504 5 KM upstairs furn with utilities on Ellsworth Ave I3 STORE St lot WALLPAPERING painting small re pairs Tel LQ 8 0261 14 BABY sitter 7 flu to noon Mon ri Own trans LQ 5344 after 5 1 6 MISS GADREAULT WED TO SCHMAELZLE WESTIELD Thc wedding of Miss Lucille Rose Gadreauit daughter of Mr and Mrs Rene Gadreauit of 30 Bates St and George Schmaelzle sen of Mr and Mrs George Schmaelzle Jr of 135 Pleasant St Easthampton took place this morning in Church Rev James Walsh offi ciated at the double ring service which was followed by a recep tion in the Elks Home Miss Ruth Carroll organist played traditional wedding selections Miss Cynthia Gadreauit sis ter of the bride was maid of honor with Misses Sandra Vit urale and Norman serv ing as bridesmaids Thomas Verrilli was best man and John Bergen and Oscar Duso ush ered The bride wore a white floor length gown of tissue taffeta fashioned with sweetheart neck line and fitted bodice accented with Alencon lace motifs with the long sleeves pointed at the wrists The full bouffant skirt and pouf back were also accent ed with Alencon lace motifs The four tier elbow length silk il lusion bouffant veil was fastened to a double tiered queen's crown of tiny seed pearls aurora bor ealis and tear drop pearls She carried a white cascade of car nations and pompons The maid of honor was attired in a red waltz length gown of peau de soie fashioned with a rounded neckline tiny sleeves and a shirred cumme*rbund caught at center front with a rosette The bridesmaids were similarly attired in royal blue The headpieces were white fur pillbox hats worn with matching muffs They carried pink sweet heart roses The mother of the bride wore a blue green floral print and the bridegroom's mother rwas attired in a champagne color sheath dress They also wore pink sweetheart rose corsages Leaving on a wedding trip of unannounced destination the bride wore a lime green sheath dress and grey coat with au tumn haze mink collar and black accessories Mrs Schmaelzle is a native of Springfield and a graduate of Westfield High School Mr Schmaelzle was born in New Haven la He attended the Easthampton school and served three years in the Army He is employed at the East hamton warehouse The couple will make their home on 35 Main St Easthampton WESTIELDUNERALS WESTIELD The funeral of rederick Bannish of 420 Little River St was held this morning at the John Czelusniak funer al home with Angels at 8 Church Rev MS pastor Enloy the Luxury of mur nwn swimming nool and Vvinc in this pncp! lent ranch with mw custom features on lor cro exclusive r'dpntal Priced to HOOP RESULTS The Communi ty Basketball League completed its ninth week of play this past week with several important games Stanley Home Products led by Kiendzior whipped Cater ers 32 to 29 in the game of the week in the national division to keep its unbeaten record intact The Stanhome forces have won nine straight to date Garcia and Kork played well in a los ing cause Prospect Hill Recreation As sociation bested the Westfield Whip Co by a score cf 26 to 18 Gardner was the star for the Hill combine with Zabielski and Tierney showing top form for the Whips Two upsets were recorded in American division play The Po lice Association nipped the sec ond place Moose Lodge by a score of 18 10 17 in a well played defensive game Kazarod and Kaminski sparked the Police with isher playing well for the Moose irst place Warner Supply was beaten bv the third place Elks in another close game 19 to 17 itzgerald and Michonski led the Elks 1o victory with Knight outstanding for the sup ply quintet HOLY NAME SUNDAY WESTIELD Holy Name Sunday will be observed tomor row at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church Members of the Holy Name Society will at tend the 715 mass in' a body and receive communion Tuesday night at 8 members of the build ing committee who are assist ing with the construction of the new social center on Holyoke Rd will meet in 1he church hall A joint father and son event is planned for the meeting of the irst riday Club on March 2 LARDE warm well furn room cen tral residence quiet parking LO 2 Tz 3 SINGLE rooms bath in private home Valley View Dr ref required LO 2956 3 5 RM apt 2d floor $75 Tel LO 2 HJKH SCORTH 91 Small office arer adv space on Rte utilities month ELM Office space off heated off st apace Call ROGER RITTLER A GEN ANDY ALBERT EVE LO 8 054 4 13 3 OR 4 ROOM apt modern central heat hot water elec ref stove parking area Inqire Shaw Apts 2S Tay lor Ave 3 2 RAT mod apt heated stove refrig Also 2 rm office 'IX) 2 3211 1 3 4 ROOM apartment first floor cen traly located heat and utilities in cluded Adults preferred $Y5 a month I ROOM apartment second flooY heat and hot water included Adults only 75 a month MODERN OICE Elm St first floor heat included Adjacent munici pal parking area ront and rear entrances $125 a month North Side main highway heat and light included outside fenced enclosure for storage Ample parking $8u a month A Agui 2 Main Tl LOgan WHS DANCE TO AID DIMES DANCE WESTIELD The Student Council of Webtfield High School will hold its annual March of Dimes dance tonight in the school gym Dancing will be from 8 to 11 with High dance band land combo under of Douglas Ward visor providing music High light of the affair' will be the crowning of the king and queen who are selected through contributions of placed about the school the week Winners are mined bv the number of butions made in their names The committee in charge com prises Margaret chair man Patricia erst Kay Lar sen and Sandra Zymroz Many departments of the school have assisted with arrangements for the dance which will culminate a week long series of events for the March of Dimes drive A son Bryan Charles was born Tuesday at Noble Hospital to Mr and Mrs Charles Cole Jr of Littleville Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Peter Gates of 43 Berkshire Dr and paternal 1 grandparents are Mr and Mrs Charles Cole of Huntington BOY SCOUT WEEK' HUNTINGTON Both town churches will conduct special! services tomorrovy morning in' observance of Boy Scout Week Catholic boys will meet theiri leaders in front of St Thomas Church at 745 and attend the 8 a mass They are asked to report wearing this uni forms I Those of Protestant faith from both Norwich Hill and the village will attend a 1045 serv ice in ederated Church 1 Rev Harold Bardsley pastor of ederated Church and Alva Rhines layman preacher will participate in the seitvice 'Malcolm McKinney Willis' Underwood and Osmond Co burn Scout officials will give! short talks Music and service will be conducted by members of the Cub Boy Scout and Ex plorer Troops nni Tnntrie fo this nll 5U room Vtreplncf OR RENT 4 RMS bath heated LO 8 0314 13 3 Apt furn LO 8 3812 ihw 0 to Apt heat hot water irtuuy 3 Room water HOTEL Washington Daily rates $per person 16 Washington St M24 Large warm well furn room central residence quiet parking LO 2 4917 16 COMORTABLE furnished room for ent central LO 2 2 URN room for lady kitchen priv tel central LO 8 7132 EOlbfl MTO ROOM board for elderly ladv Mrs Pavel 128 ranklin St LO 8 EMS 4o Montgomery Hr IX) 2 6862 HOU PE for rent in Russell 4 rnis bath Sihirley Rem is 16 2 URN rm apt 2d fir Central New All utilities $15 wk 3d fir Good cond Central mo heat hot wa co nd Central $75 refrig hPit hot wn large lot excellent Six Rm Colonial nil hot air heat 22'i wiri ig alum comb windows built in ovens and range plate disposal' dish air conditioner two fire places excel I ent loca tion $239' ROGER BUTLER AGENCY 2 2L4 A NDY ALBERT EVE LO 8 954 1 3lust received blc shipment of used Simrer Sewinc machines both cabinet rordels Rante in nriee from $1450 tn S495O all machines Jlarh'es mv be seen at 53 Elm Wt field or free home trial call LO 8 791 10 HARDWOOD cord del fireplace wood IX) 2 9115 5 to 9 BEST DEALS BY GEORGE Chev wagon $2 2 dr sod Chev wagon Chev 4 dr sod ord 2 dr hardtop Chev TlTi 4 4z i 4 A Va 1 XA A fl 2 I rffri'rn nffTTW'1 DEEcSiaRL LKb IkfftYQlk'hlL "I.

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