The Springfield Daily Republican from Springfield, Massachusetts (2024)

a THE SPRINGFIELD DAILY REPUBLICAN, SPRINGFIELD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1939 SUPPORT PLEDGED MAYOR PUTNAM BY RACIAL LEADERS Two Meetings Held at Putnam-for-Mayor Headquar-1 ters-Italians Plan to Organize Clubs Two gatherings were held at Put-mayor headquarters on Dwizht street yesterday afternoon and last night. out of which detinite support WAS lined up to promote the cause of the Democratic ticket at the municinal election on November 7. The Arst was A meeting of reprementatives of racial groups in the city at which Italian, Greek. French, Polish. Syrian and Jewish spokesmen pledged their support to the ticket headed by Mayor Putnam and made plans to organize among a their people "'ncishbors' clubs" arouse interest in getting out the vote at the coming election.

Out of this meeting came a by Hotel the Italian Bridguay group Thursday meet night to orzanizo clubs among the people of that race. An invitation to attend was extended to all interested in participating in the movement. the week. also, A similar gathering will be held at the FrancoAmerican hall on South street for people of the French group. Pledges of support are to be cir.

culated among Jewish residents by a committee of that race which will establish headquarters on Dwight street, near night's Allendale meeting at street. the Putnam headquarters provided an opportunity for unsuccessful candidates for Democratic nomination at the primary Do to pledge their support to their cessful brethren. many of whom were present. In Ines hy Tonight wards will of see the the new start of "neighbors They will be held in ward 8. where it also is expected that several small house parties for people interested in the Democratic ticket will be conducted.

Mayor Putnam, the right aldermanic candidates and two common council candidates from that ward as well as speakers from the "flying squadron" from Putnam headquarters, visit the various gatherings. Similar meetinss in other wards will he held as plans for them are perfected. Young Democrats Meet Tomorrow Tomorrow night at the Young Democrats of Springfeld will gather at the Hotel Kimball to hold A meetins postponed from last Tuesday when the members were engaged in primary-day activities. With President Edward G. Shea presiding.

the organization will discuss details of DILD BRATTY -At Chicopee. the 13th. Bridget Beatty of 23 Forest street. Funeral from the funeral home. Monday mornins at 7.13.

requiem high mass At the Church of the Nativity at 8. Burial in St Patrick's cainetery, Chicopee Falls. CLARK-In this city, the Charles E. Clark of 541 Worthington street. from the Gleason funeral home.

Main street, Monday morning at 9.13. Requiem bich mass following at St Michael's cathedral at 10. Burial in St Michael's cemetery. COLIAVEROS -In this city. the 16th, Christ Collaveros of 73 street.

Funeral from the undertaking parlors of Thomas F. Broughall, Tuesday afternoon At 1.11. Funeral services at Holy Trinity church. Carew street, at FISCHER-In this city. the 10t, Hemann 0.

Fischer of Colfax street. neral services at Byron's funeral home, Sonday at p. m. Burial at convenience of the family. FITZGERALD-In this city.

the 15th. Edward J. Fitzgerald of Worthington street Fune. al from the funeral parlore of Thomas Brouzhall, 394 Chestnut street. Tuesday morning at 3.30, with A hish mass of.

requ am in St Michael's cathedral at D. Furial in St Diary's cemetery. Northfield, Das9. FOLEY--At Northampton, the 15th. John H.

Foley, husband of Catherine A. (Meehan) Foley of 4S South street. Florence. after long illness. Funeral at the home Tuesday morning at followed by a high mass of requiem at the Church of the tion at y.

Burial will be in St Mary's cemetery. Ahearn service. 85, at GRAN the -In home this of city, his the son. lath, Henry John F. Gran.

45 llastines street. Funeral services at Byron'4 funeral home, Tuesday afternoon at 3. Burial it Oak Grove cemetery. GRANFIELD-In this city. the 13th.

Miss Nellie T. Grandeld. Funeral from the home of her sister. Drs Joseph P. Shea, 85 Geneere street, Tuesday morning at 8.13.

Solemn high mass of requiem in Sacred Heart church at D. Burtal in St Michael's cemetery. Thomas B. Gleason funeral director. GROSS--At Boston.

the 14th. Barbara Ann Gross, eight. daughter of Mr and Mrs William Gross of 46 Milton Bay State. Northampton. Funeral Tuesday morning Af 6.13 at the home, tollowed by a high mays nt requiem at Blessed Sacrament church 9.

Burial in Holv Rosary cemetery. Hadley. Czelusniak Brothers. undertakers. HUTC this city.

the 13th. Hertert E. Hutchinson. 19. of $11 Belmont avenue.

Funeral Grace chapel. Trinity church, Wednesday afternoon at Burial at I fillerest Park cemetery. Dir mot be seen At his home until Wedney. da: noon. LAZAZCRO-Eleanor (Kenner) Lazazero, 300 Taylor street.

Funeral from the John B. Shea Colonial funeral home. 710 Liherry street, Monday morning at 8.15. Requiem high mass at St Michael's Cathedral at 9. Burial in cemetery.

Mercy hospital. the 17th, Dr William C. Leary. Funeral from his late residence, Sumner avenue. Monday At a.

m. Soiemn requiem high mars following at the Church of the Holy Name at 10. Burial in St Michael's cemetery. Friends invited. Sampson service.

LONG--In this city. the 13th. Thomas Lone. husband of Catherine Mitchell Lonz of Tenth street. Funeral from the funeral parlors of T.

P. Sampson company, State street. Monday morning at 5.13. requiem high following at Sacred Heart church at o'ctork. Invited.

LYNCH--In Holyoke. the 13th. Timothy J. Lynch nf 60 Elma pod avenue. brother Rev Charles Lunch, chaplain of Hampden County institution.

stationed Mount Saint Vincent. Funeral from John B. funeral parlors. Holyoke, Monday At 5.10. followed by so.emn high mass of requiem at Bleased Sacrament church at 0.

Burlal in Calvary cemetery. PAQUETTE -in this city, the 13th. Emma (Fontaine) Paquette, $9. of Main street Funeral from Byron's funeral home Monday morning at followed by h'ah max requiem St Joseph's church at 3. Burial in St Michael's remetery.

ROHAR-In this city, the 12th. Frank L. Rohar of 145 Shaw mut street. Funeral from the funeral parlors of T. P.

Samuson contpany. 500 Belmont avenue, Monday ing at 8.15. Requiein high mass fellowing at the Holy Name church at 3. Friends invited. Monson.

the 17th. Jennie Rourke. Funeral at the Lombard funeral hone Tuesday morning at requiem hich masa at Patrick'a church at 9.00. Burial in Bethany cemetery. SHEEHAN--At the Mercy hospital.

the John J. Sheehan of 11 Broadway. Chicopee Falls. Funeral from the John K. Shen funeral parlors, Chicopee Falls, Monday morning at 8.15.

followed by requiem high mass at St Patrick's church at 9. Burial in St Patrick's cemetery. Flowers Carry a Tender Expression of Sympathy Call CROFT. Inc. 143 Chestnut Street 4-2195 GRAHAM FUNERAL SERVICE CALL EITHER PHONE 3-5113 3-3116 3-0133 R.A AMBULANCE SERVICE of springleld within 10 miles $5.00 the activities in which its members will participate durng the campaign leading to the city election.

Sunday night at 7.30 the PolishAmerican Nonpartisan club of Springfield will hold A preelection rally at the Polish home on Charles street. candidates of both parties are Entield. Oct. 15-High honors in the sporting dog world went to A woman here today. when Mrs Gilman S.

Currier, wife of Dr Currier of l'ark avenue. Now York citv. won second-place trophics and ribbons in the amateur stake field trials oll the final day of running in trials sponsoled by the Irish Setter club of Amt rica. The trials. held at the came manazement grounds in East Windsor.

controled by the Connecticut state board of fisheries and game. drew an enthusiastic gallery, and the tops in Irish setters. Mrs Currier. elated over her victory, more pronounced perhaps because of the event being her second venture in handling a dog over a field trial course and at that. against a field experienced men owners handing other dogs.

emersed from the grilling heat with lacerated limbs and torn stockings as evidence of the rot cover she penetrated. Handling dos. Hotspur of Oakdene. in efficient manner. Drs Currier took setter through tough coter where three pheasants were brought to point.

and her control of the dog at the Aushes hrought commendation from the judges. Evidence of A good nose was shown by Hotspur when he pointed 7 fourth bird directly after time had been called for the heat. This, of course. went by the hoard. Top dog in the amateur handled stake was a Massachusetts setter.

Paul's Andy, Rouged and handled by Warren of New Redford. This Irisher awarded Arst place because of exceptional range and coverage over the course, limaxed with two steady finds in the bird field. Third place also went to Read with his Wamsutta Natoma. another lively doz which produced three steady finds. in addition to thorough course performance.

Edwin M. Berolzheimer of New York city. annexed fourth place with his Shawn McTyhe O'Cloisters. This setter showed up as having a good nose by finding two pheasants. WAS exceptionally well-handled and under absolute control at all tires.

Skyline Enhriam. Polly of Kildare, Uncle Ned R. Red Dennis of Borne and Red Flash Teddy were among other setters showing up well durins the amateur stake. In the all-ase stake. which started yesterday and was concluded today, with the remainder nf the braces put into the field.

Skyline Ephriam. owned by T. M. Marshall of Pittsburs. garnered Arst place against a of 1S entries.

Second place went to Tyrone M-Tyhe O' Cloisters. owned by Edwin DI. Berolzheimer: third place was taken by Uncle Ned F2, owned by Alvin Bush of Williamsport. and Berolzheimer's Shawn be O'Cloisters captured fourth place among the winners. In all Berolzheimer was awarded three places in the two davs, with Shawn McTybe taking two out of the three awards.

Aside from slizht bad moments. when several of the entries felt inclined to chase or leap at flushed bird. today's trials were marked with considerable more bird work than those run yesterday. Entries in the open amateur stake in today's events, other than winners, wore: Skyline Ephriam. owned by T.

J. Marshall of Pittsburg. Polly of Kildare. owned by Patrick W. Hehir of Worcester: Uncle Ned Alvin Bush of Williamsport, Judge Red P'al of Oakdene.

Dr Gilman S. Currier of New York city: Sulhamsted Beppo D'Or. Dr Currier: Red Dennis of Borne, W. Whiting of South Weymouth, Shawn 0 Day O'Erin, Dr R. Stadler of New Britain: Red Flash Teddy.

Albert E. Palm of Worcester: Wamsutta Juanita. Warren K. Road, of New Bedford. and Tyrone McTybe O'Clisters, Berolzheimer.

Headquarters of members and otficers of the club during the two-lay trials WAS at the Enfeld inn. Field trial officials were Cant Harrison Simms of New Britain, chairman: Ralph H. Matthiessen of Irvingtonon- Hudson. marshal; John C. Neff of Briarcliff Manor.

N. secretary. Dr Gilman S. Currier of New York city is president of the Irish Setter club being invited to attend. NEW YORK WOMAN TAKES HONORS IN SETTER TRIALS, Mrs Gilman S.

Currier's Dog Wins Sccond Place in Amateur Stakes- -New Bedford Dog Takes First Place of America. INDIAN ORCHARD LEGION POST TO HOLD INSTALATION THURSDAY The annual instalation of officers of Indian Orchard post. American Legion, will be held Thursday night at 8 in the Legion rooms. Arthur Auger, a veteran member of the post ho has held various offices for A number of years. will be installed.

as commander. Other officers to be installed include the following: First vice-commander. Fred Burt: second vice-commander. Alfred Douglas; a officer. adjutant, Merton Thomas Wheeler: Chisholm: judge Anance advocate, Thomas F.

chaplain. Harold A. Dumais: historian, Arthur O'Connor: sergeant-at-arms. Blois: child welfare officer, Dr Arthur H. Riordan: Americanization officer, Arthur J.

Parker: service officer, Dr Jaines A. Redden: graves registration officer, Roland Foisey: executive committee. Norman Tippett and John Tourville. The committee in charze of the instalation includes Norman Tippett, Harold Dumais, A. Robitaille, Arthur Belleville, Edward Mayou.

Georze Bourgeois. H. Savarn, Arthur J. Par. ker and Fred Burt.

ASBURY WOMEN PLAN SUPPER ON WEDNESDAY The first supper of the season by the Women's guild of Aghury Stethodist church will be held in the dining hall of the church at the corner of Florence and Hanco*ck streets Wednesday from 5.30 to 7 p. m. and will he open to the public. Mrs Ethel Jager is chairman and will he AS. sited by Mrs Martha Doge, Mrs Harold Spencer.

Mrs Belle Fales, Mrs Ida Badger, Miss Jeannie Danforth. Mrs Frank Chapin, Harry Field, Mrs Harold Hooker. Sirs James Daly, Mrs Charles Junior, Mrs Norman Van Ness and Drs H. Morrison. Mrs Harris Boutwell and JIrs Charles Williamson will be in charge of the dining room.

Helpers will be: Drs Warren Smith, Mrs Charles Burt, Mis Carleton Keough, Mrs Paul Swift, Airs Vern Talbert, Mrs Ramond Stephens, Airs Earl Burlingham. Mrs John Atkinson. Drs Edith Peace. Miss Marjorie caring. Miss Doris Wallace.

Hiss Dorothy Jette and Miss Lillian Otis. Stritzinger Rifle Trophy Match Held Eighteen members of the Wonder Rifle club at the Continental Baking company on Napier street, shot out their annual trophy match yesterday on the Ludlow Fish and Game club's range in Ludlow. Winner of the match and recipient of the Stritzinger trophy was Capt Larry Leete of the team. who scored Three reasons why Christians should become actively related to the working program of the church were! discussed by Rev Herbert H. Deck in his sermon at Park Congregational church yesterday morning.

The day was observed At the church as "Enlistment Sunday." and assisting in were representatives of the service the Women's guild and the ParentTeacher group. Mrs Minnie Leech. president of the guild. read the Scripture lesson And Mrs Rena Bartlett of the Parent-Teacher group led the responsive reading. Enlistment blanks for enrolment in church activities were given to every person attending.

Dir Deck said, part: "Christians should become aerively, related to the working program the church hecause enduring Christian friendships are best cultivated in working together at a common task permeated the Christian atmosphere: hecause the Christian develops tolerance by team work, the cornerstone of love. in group relationships. The church groups in the New Testament are composed of persons of all temperaments, classes and economic status, and the test of their Christianity was revealed in the remark of a critic. 'Behold, how these Christians love one "In the third place Christians should become actively related to the working program of the church because if we grow spiritually we must think of others. Ile are all self-satistied and moved by self-interest, but the cure is to think and work with others.

The way to the kingdom is through identification with. something outside yourself but which includes yourself, others And God." ENLISTMENT DAY AT PARK CHURCH Mr Deck Gives Three Reasons for Becoming Actively Related to Working Program of the Church Miss Nellie T. Granfield of S8 Genesce street, a teacher in the local schools for 26 years, died at the home sister, Mrs Joseph S. Shea, vesterday, morning. daughter of She the was late born Wil- at liam and Anna (Scanion) Granfield.

She was A graduate of Monson academy, Westfield state teachers college and Boston university. Following her graduation from the la latter Granfield institution came 10 26 this years city ago, 78 Miss a teacher at the Brightwood school, later transferring to Van Sickle, 11 here she had been until her recent illness. She leaves two sisters, Mrs Joseph F. Shea and Miss Elizabeth Grannield of this city, three brothers. Simon of this city.

John of l'ittsfield and neral Thomas will of be Kansas held City. at. the Kan. home The fu- toimorrow morning at 8.15. followed by solemn high mass of requiem at Sacred Heart church at 9.

Burial will be 111 St Michael's cemetery. "Miss Granfield was a very sincere, efficient and capable teacher," Superintendent of Schools John Granrad said last night. deeply regret her passing and I feel that the school system has suffered a real loss in her Obituary MISS NELLIE GRANFIELD, A TEACHER HERE, DIES Taught at Brightwood and Van Sickle- Paid Tribute by Supt Granrud death." EFGHUMINOS COLIAVEROS DIES Found Lying on Sidewalk Downtown -Medical Examiner Reports Heart Attack Coliavt ros. 52. of 75 Bradford street, was found lying on the sidewalk at Main and Emery street at 3.15 yesterday morning by P'atrolman Ernest Pero.

Officer Pero summoned the police ambulance, 11 hich. manned by Patrolman James Griffin, took him to Mercy hospital, here he was pronounced dead on arrival. Medical Examiner Charles J. Downey said that death was due to a heart attack. Edward J.

Fitzgerald Edward J. Fitzgerald of 70 Worthington street died vesterday noon at hone following brief illness. Besides his wife, Mrs Minnie (Grotto) Fitzgerald. he leaves several nieces and nephews. The funeral will he held Broughall funeral home, 394 Chestnut street.

tomorrow at 8.30. followed by requiem high nAss At St Michael's cathedral at 9. Burial will be at Northfield. John Gran John Gran, 85, died at the home of his son, Henry E. Gran of 48 lastings street, yesterday.

He was born Sweden, but had lived in this city for 20 years. Ile was formerly a machinist at the National Equipment company. having retired in 1918. Besides his son, he leaves three grandsons and one granddaughter. He was member of the John-Street Swedish Evangelical Mission church.

The funeral will be held at funeral home tomorrow afternoon at 3. Rev Herbert Carson. Edward Desrocher, Drs James F. Dineen, Robert B. Walker, Patrolman Georze T.

Fleming, Peter A. Crombie. Benny C. Alaimo. William J.

Campbell, Charles Leathe. Mrs Harold G. Moore, Miss Anne Sullivan, Rev Joseph V. King, John A. Langford.

assistant superintendent of public achools; John D. Sirica of the theater, Frederick Albano, Christopher Magenta. P. B. Goodale, L.

Donald Graham, Charles Sonahan and Fred Creichton. The judges of the torch light parade will be Supt Elliott I. Petersen of the Bigolow-Sanford Carpet company, Principal Karl D. Lee of the Enfield high school. John Blomquist, Leon F.

Salley and Claude Brodeur. The annual concert and ball of the Thompsonville fire department is scheduled for Friday evening, November 3, in the high school auditorium. The committee plans to conduct a house-to-house canvass to interest. people in making reservations for the event. The annual social event of the firemen is the only opportunity the citizens are afforded work to show their appreciation of the of the depurtment.

The funeral of Mrs Joseph Lyka was held yesterday morning in St Adalbert's church. The service was conducted by Rev Paul J. Bartlewskie, pastor, assisted by Rev Joseph Kasperniewicz as deacon and Rev Maximilian Soltysok, subdeacon. Burial wAS in St Adalbert's cemetery. The Carpet Craft club of the Bigelow Carpet company will hold a dinner mecting tumorrow evethe cafeteria on Main street.

Speakers will he Judge Philip J. Sullivan of the Enfeld town court and Supt Elliott 1. Peterson of the carpet Premier General Nobuyuki Ahe intimated in an interview published today in Japanese-language newspapers that Japan would take steps to negotiate a new commercial treaty with the United States. (The United States on July 25 notified Japan that the American-Japonese commerce and amity treaty of 1911 would be terminated six months from date of notification.) "It they not be possible temporarily to extend the 1911 treaty. once it is abrogated." the premier was quoted as saying.

"but it may be sible to negotiate a new one as a provisional measure at least." Declines to Give Detail He said. several possibilities were being considered but he declined to give any details. With United States Embassador Joseph C. Grew hack at his r'ost it was expected that trade discussions would start soon. The premier, meanwhile.

yielding to strong pressure from agrarian groups, appointed Count Tadamasa Sakai as full-time minister of agriculture. Count Sakai is president of the Imperial Agricultural society. Japan's largest agrarian organization. company. INTIMATES JAPAN WILL SEEK A NEW TREATY WITH U.S Premicr Abc Will Disclose No Details, However Feels Pact Terminated by U.S.

Won't Be Extended Tokio (Monday), Oct. 16-(AP)- SUFFIELD WOMAN'S CLUB PLANS FOR FEDERATION DAY Suffield, Oct. 13-Federation day will be observed by the Woman's club Tuesday, at the home of Mrs John D. Casson. when Mrs Henry G.

Ellis, first vice-president of the Connecticut State Federation of Women's clubs will be the speaker. Assisting hostesses will be Drs Arthur G. Bissell, Mrs Richard P. Carter. Mrs Thomas J.

Greer, Mrs Charles Trombley, Miss Christine Flanagan. Ellis will address the Junior Woman's club Tuesday evening at Bridge street school. Hostesses will be Miss Gertrude Curtin, Miss Phyllis Moran, Miss Helen Rattistoni, Miss Nora bella Snow. Miss Arlene Austin, Miss Murlie Fields. Miss Helen Wersaukas and Mrs Arlene Dineen.

The funeral of Mrs Eva Prestoff, 68, was held Saturday morning at St Joseph's church, with a high mass of requiem. Rev Anthony W'ojcieszczuk, pastor, was celebrant. The bearers were Steve Zenezak. William Slipkon ski, Benjamin Sobinski. A.

Markowski. Anthony P. Kulas And Stanley Durnakowski. Burial was in St Joseph's cemetery. Poquonock.

The following have been elected oficers of the Girl Scout troop No Chairman. Ruth Stebhing: treasurer, Frances Hierl: scribe. Gladys Whitford: reporter, Ruth Austin. The losing team. captained by James J.

Franklin. will be hosts tomorrow night to the winning team, headed by Lawrence W. St John. in the recent Rotary club attendance contest. at A dinner at the Mountain Laurel, Enfield, at Ralph D.

Britton. instructor in French A1 Loomis school. who was in Paris when war was declared. will tell of his experiences. Sufield academy defeated Williston academy yesterday at football with the score 12-0 at Williston.

and was defeated in soccer by Monson academv. 6-3. Suffield. Mrs Catherine S. Barnett.

who attended Postmasters' convention in Washington, D. was elected one directors of the National Association of Postmasters of the United States from Connecticut. Rt Bishop Keefe of Kansas administered confirmation on a class of 70 yesterday afternoon in the Sacred Heart church. Members were presented to the bishop by Rev P. J.

Dolan, pastor. and the bishon was sisted by Rev William Rev Richard Dunn. Rev William Coylo and Rev Anthony zuk. WEST SPRINGFIELD INJURED IN CRASH Tao drivers received minor injuries in a crash shortly after 6 yesterday morning at Union street and Park avenue. West Springfield.

Elsie G. Hudson of 94 New Bridge street, West Springfield received a shoulder injury and Frank D. Foster, the other operator. of 56 Nathaniel street. Springfield, was cut on the nose and feet.

Both were treated by Dr William F. Geran. Twin Daughters Born In W. Virginia, Virginia White Sulpher Springs, W. Oct.

13-(AP)-Twin daughters were born in two states yesterday to the Connelly Dudleys. The first, Jean Anne, arrived at the Dudley home here with Dr Stephen Mamick attending. Dr Mamick left shortly afterward to attend an emergency patient. Upon his return. the physician ordered Mrs.

Dudley to a Clifton Forze hospital 20 miles away. A few hours later the other twin, Joan Anne, was born. REV F. H. ARTERTON WILL TAKE YOUTH POST IN NEW YORK Quits as Vicar of St Barnabas's Here and of St Andrew's, Ludlow, to Be Episcopal Secretary Frederick H.

Arterton, who has becn vicar of St Barnabas's Episcopal church in this city and of St Andrew's Episcopal church at Ludlow since February cf 1936, yesterday morning announced his resignation. He will start on November 1 as secretary for youth in then national youth department of the Protestant Episcopal church. His office will be at the national headquarters of the church at 261 Fourth avenue, New York city. NO Dr Norfolk. Arterion but WAS A has horn a spent at most Norwich, of his life in this city.

He received his early education in the local schools REV F. H. ARTERTON park. Now York city. EAST LONGMEADOW And AS a boy was active in Christ Church cathedral.

He was president of Young People's fellowship at the Cathedral in 1925 and 1926. was president of the Diocesan Y. P. F. in the diocese of Western Massachusetts in 1927, and the following year served as president of the Provincial, Y.

P. F. in the province of New England. Was Bank Teller From 1922 to 1928 Sir Arterion worked as a teller in the Third National Bank and Trust company in this city. In 1928, he went to DuBose school at Montcagle.

for a vear's study in preparation for his entrance into the priest hood of the Episcopal church. He then went to Northwestern university at Evanston, where he graduated with the degree of bachelor of arts in 1932 and two years later ho graduated from Seahury- Western Theological seminary there with the degree of bachelor of sacred theology. He then did some graduate work at Union Theological seminary at Now York city. Mr Arterton was ordained a deacon the Episcopal church by the late Bishop Thomas F. Davies at Christ Church cathedral September 30.

1934. and as a priest by Bishop Davies at St Barnabas's church on May 8. 1935. He served a as a curate at the Cathedral from his ordination AS A deacon until February of 1936, when he became vicar of St bas's and St Andrew's churches. Active in Young People's Work He has heen active in young people's work in the diocese.

serving on the faculty of Bucksteep manor. the diocesan youth training center. and also on the faculty of the Concord conference at St Paul's school at Concord. N. H.

He has been a member of the field department of the diocesan council and last spring. at the annual mecting of the diocesan convention. elected A a delegate to the provincial synod meeting to he held at Christ Church cathedral at Hartford. next week. He has also served AS president of the Springfield Clericus.

the club of Episcopal clergymen in this section of the state Sir Arterton was married to Miss Eleanor F. Bell of Chicago on his graduation from the theological nary. They have one daughter, Stephanie Lynn Arterton. The Artertons will make their home At. Gramercy Fast Longmeadow.

Oct. 15-Donald and Deane Clark. their sister, Miss Marion Clark. and Everett Conley have returned to their homes after being involved in An automobile accident last week AT Lishon. N.

H. Thev narrowly escaped serious injury when a New Hampshire car crashed into the side of the Clark car. driven by Donald Clark. It WAS necessary for the four occupants to return home by train. Through the Alertness of Stewart of Maple street.

an attempt 10 break into the Frank W'hitaker food store on Maple street WAS foiled recently. Two men escaped after be. ing discovered jimmying A window. Mr Stewart was returning home about 10 p. m.

and noticed a parked truck. Further investigation resulted in his scaring away the men. The incident was reported to Chiefs Police Marshall Laviolette, continuing an investigation. There will he A meeting of the executive committee of the American Legion auxiliary Tuesday evening at 7.30 at the clubrooms, followed by A business meeting at 8. .1 social hour with refreshments will he under the direction of 'Drs Christianson.

Pauline Correri And Mrs Catherine Croken. The second in series of progressive whist parties sponsored hy Corona chapter. Order of Eastern Star. and Charles Speliman Masonic lodse nas conducted, last temple with evening 21 in tables the vestry in play. In the absence of Sanford Nooner.

Samuel Thresher directed activities. Several residents not in the city water district are reporting the dryins of their wells much earlier than usual. The Young Women's guild of the Methodist church was entertained last evening with A Halloween costume party at the home of Sirs Henry Goodrich of Elm street. who WAS sisted in entertaining by Mrs Robert Jordan. the Methodist chicken will he held The annual supper nf Wednesday evening from 5.30 to 8 the vestry under the direction of the Ladies' Aid society.

Mrs Floyd Cushman is general chairman, assisted by Mrs Clarence Benson, Mrs Rohert Lyles. Mrs William Rounds and Mrs David Albertson. Other ASsistants are Drs Henry Jacobson, Mrs Edith Thayer, Mrs Julia Pelton. Mrs Albert Young. Drs Henry Miller, Mrs Walter Filer, Mrs Ethel Feld.

Mira Drs Gilbert Lucilla Shaw. Mrs Tower. Arthur Mrs F. Wagner J. Ken- and worthy will be in charge of tickets; dining room supervisor.

Ars Roger Wolcott; hostess, Mrs Everett Day, Rev Henderson S. Fox of the Baptist church will lead Bible study in the parsonage Tuesday evening at 8 in connection with a weekly prayer meeting. The World Wide guild will be entertained Thursday evening at. the a home of Miss Mildred Longwill of Hampden road. There will be A business meeting of the water commissioners tomorrow evening at 7.30 in the town office.

The WPA nursery school will resume sessions tomorrow morning at 9 in Pleasant View school following two months' inactivity. Mrs Hattie Anthony will be in charge. Officers of the East Lonzmeadow Grange held a rehearsal this afternoon in the vestry of the Methodist church in preparation for a special meeting Thursday evening. Miss Elizabeth Peterson of Prospect street has returned from a vacation in Tennessee. Rev James Gavin.

S. of Boston conducted the first mission service of the week tonight in St Michael's church. A delegation from the Senior Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church attended the Hampden Association of Congreentional Churches program this evening in St John's church. Springfield. Selectman Sanford P.

Nooner of. Hampden road is confined to his home by illness. Dr W. T. Rohr and Miss Signe Polson will conduct A diphtheria immunization clinic for preschool chilAren Tuesday afternoon at 1.30 in Pleasant View school.

(Republican Staff Photor 388 out of a possible 400. Raymond R. Stritzinger. vicc-president of the Continental Baking company was donor of the trophy. Yesterday's match marks the conclusion of outdoor events for the club, activities of which from now on will be confined indoors.

The club has made arrangements to use the K. A. Johnson will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Grove cemetery. Herbert E.

Hutchinson Herbert Elmer Hutchinson, 59. of 471 Belmont Avenue. died at his home last night after A long illness. He was born Somerville, the son of and Hannah (McKay) field for the past 24 ears. For 16 Hutchinson and had lived in Springsears 1r Hutchinson had been the superintendent of buildings for Trinity Methodist church.

He was A member of the Park Memorial Baptist church. and of Miles Morgan lodge of the Ancient Order of Workmen. Resides his wife (Margaret F. Ross) he leaves a daughter, Miss Margaret Hutchinson, and niece. Drs Neil MacAllister of Marlette, Mich.

The funeral will he held at Grace chapel of Trinity church, Wednesday afternoopn at 2.30. Burial will be in Hillcrest Park cemetery. The funeral of Otto Seiger of 126 White street was held at the R. D. home.

West Springfield, yesterday. Itev Allison Ray Heaps officiated. Mrs Evelyn Butcher sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Nearer My God to Thee." Bearers were Harrison Prince, Bernard Berry, Alexander Ford. Kenneth Devine, Richard Newell and Martin Broderick. Burial was in New Hazardville reinetery.

Hazardville. Rev Heaps reading the committal service. The funeral of Eleanor Lazazera, 10-year-old daughter of Mrs (Kenney) Taylor, of 329 Taylor strect. will he the John B. Shea Colonial funeral home this morning at 8.15.

followed by requiem high mass at St Michaels cathedral at Burial will be in St Michael's cemetery. The funeral of Charles E. Clark of 501 Worthington street will he held At the Gleason funeral home this morning at 9.15. followed by requiem high mass at St Michael's cathedral at 10. Burial will be in St Michael's I cemetery.

The funeral of Dr William C. Leary of 194 Sumner avenue will be held At the home this morning at 3, followed by requiem high mass at Holy Name church at 10. Burial will be in st Michael's cemetery. The funeral of Mrs Emma Paquette of 79S Main street, widow of Francois Xavier Paquette. will be held at By.

ron's parlors this morning At 8.15, followed by requiem high mass At St Joseph's church at 9. Burial will be in St Michael's cemetery. The funeral of Frank L. Robar of 143 Shawmut street will be held At the Belmont-avenue parlors of the T. P.

Sampson company this morning at 8.15, followed by requiem high mass at Holy Name church At 9. Burial will be in St Michael's ceme. tery. WILL MEET FRIDAY IN SO. HADLEY FALLS The Springfield District Ladies' Aid union of the Methodist church will meet at South Hadley Falls Methodist church Friday morning and afternoon.

it was announced vesterday. The meeting will open at 10.30 and the morning session will be devoted to reports front the branches and business. Mrs Chester Hoyt will conduct the question period. Dinner will be served at noon by the Ladies' Aid society of the host church. At the afternoon session Martha Bowers Grant will speak on "The woman, she did it." FACES LARCENT CHARGE John Ellam Arrested in Connection With Theft In July John Ellam.

30. of 6 Howard place. will face a charge of larceny in court this morning following his arrest yesterday morning at Main and Howard streets. According to the warrant on which Ellam was arrested, he is wanted in connection with A theft from the Stearns Curtain shop in July. low club's indoor range and clubhouse for the winter season.

At the present time the team consists of 24 members. Yesterday's match committee was composed of Jack W. Carlson, chairman; Robert Hildreth, John Minnehan. James Gleason and Robert Hughes. Washington, Oct.

15-(AP)--The today approval 49 additional eduCivil Aeronautics tines authority announced cational institutions for participation in the civilian pilot training program. The CA. now has approved 404 schools and said about a dozen more night be added to complete the list. 'The program is expected to qualify about 10,000 students for Axing licensts by next June 30. Schools Approved Schools approved included the following: Alabama -Tuskegce institute: Arkan ansas University of Arkansas; Georgia -South teachers college (Collegeboro): Louisiana -Louisiana Polytechnic institute: Maine-Colby college; Massachusetts -Springfield colloge.

New State Teachers college (Hyannis): New York -St Francis college (Brooklyn). S. C. TO TRAIN CIVILIAN PILOTS Dr Best Not Notified, But Is Glad to Cooperate, He Says, With Plan for 10,000 Student Fliers by June 30 President Ernest M. Best of Springfield college said last night he had not received official notification of announcement by the civil APrOnautics authority.

He was glad. however, to cooperate with the government in the training program. Freshmen. by government rule, Are not permitted to take the course. which will be conducted at Springfield airport, he pointed out, and he could not say how many of the upperclassmen would participate.

inasmuch AS most of them are already "loaded" with field and class work. The civics department of the college. he continued. will cooperate by conducting the ground work of the course at Dr Best Not Notified, But Glad to Cooperate the college. THOMPSONVILLE Oct.

13 The Italian- local Citizens' ltalian league societies and members of all held their annual celebration in observance of Columbus day this evening in Mt Carmel hall. A buffet luncheon was served. followed by A speaking program and dancing. John D. Sirica, manager of the Strand theater, was chairman.

The following members of Washinston Irving council, Knights of Columbus, were initiated into the fourth degree of the order At Danbury this afternoon: Grand Knight William A. Spring. Past Grand Knight Francis Finnan, Dr Carl L. Scavotto, Dr Bernard S. Dignam, Cornelius Kiernan.

Peter .1. Crombie and Frank Mercik. The degree was conferred by Atty William J. Mulligan, master of the fourth degree, who is a member of Washington Irving council. will hold public meeting Thursday The Enfeld Teachers' a association evening, November 9, in the high school auditorium in connection with national educational week.

The principal speaker will be John Desmond. superintendent of the Chicopee public schools. on "Educating for civic responsibility." Scores of relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs Adelbert Palen called at their home on High street yesterday on the occasion of their 55th wedding anniversary. The committee arranging for the Afth annual celebration of Halloween on Tuesday evening. the 31st.

for the beneft of the milk fund is AS follows: Andrew Liucci, chairman; Only Woman Dog Handler at Irish Setter Trials With Two Winners (Thoto by Bassett) Mirs Gilman S. Currier of New York with Skyline Ephriam, at of left, the owned by T. M. Marshall of Pittsburg, first -place winner open all-age stake. and her own dog.

Hotspur of Oakdene, which placed second in the amateur all-age stake, at right. PINE POINT NEWS MALLALIEUS MARK 40TH ANNIVERSARY Family Party Held at Home of Berkshire -Avenue Couple Mr And Mrs Frederick Mallalieu of Perkshire avenue vesterday celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary At the home with the members of their family present. Guests included Mr and Mrs Frederick Mallalieu of Monticello street. Mr and Sirs Herbert Mallalieu and children June, Richard, David and Frank of East Longmeadow, Mr and Mrs Stanley Mallalieu of West Springfield, Mrs Vivianne Mallalieu Sabbourin and children Jeannette. Willard and Everett.

and Charles Mallalicu. Other guests inciuded Miss Doris Bennett of Lawn. wood street and Charles Aldrich of Ware. Dir and Airs Mallalieu received two lamps, a purse of money and a waffle iron. The couple were married at Fall River and have spent most of their married life in or about the Pine Point section of Springfleld.

The 1910 story hour series will ho. gin Saturday morning At 10 at the Pine Point branch library. with Miss Betty Miller in charge. All children of elementary and junior high school (eighth grade) age are invited. MIs August Henkelman of Bay street left early yesterday for New York city where she will spend this week in the home of her daughter and son-in-law.

Sir and Mrs George iclan al Bronxville. During her stay Mrs Henkelman will visit the World's fair. Mrs Herbert F. Tolman of Elbert sale of home made foods be heli street will serve de as chairman of tomorrow afternoon in conjunction with the October business meeting of the Dorman school Parent-Teacher association. At 2.15 pupils of the kindergarten will present a program of rhythm and folk dancing.

Mrs Harold Morrison of Marsden street will he chairman of hostesses durins the 1ca hour. MIs William Dvmond will conduct the business session. Reports on the membership drive will be announced at the mceting by Urs Laurnce Crossman, chairman, A cash raize of $3 will be given the classroom having the largest number of new members And 2 $2 prize to the class having second high number. Georze Anderson. returned last night to Union college after spending the past few days in the home of his parents.

31r and George A. Anderson on Jasper street. George Anderson, is recuperating at his home from an operation which he underwent at Springfeld hospital two ago. The penny luncheon to be sponsored by the Women's guild of Union church will ho held Thursday noon instead of Wednesday AS previously announced. Ali's Emil of Glenwood boulevard and Mrs Walter F.

Babbin of Berkshire avenue will be in charse of the rehearsal of the cast of "The Old Maid's Convention" tonight at. 7.30 at the Harvey street church. The comedy in three cats will be presented by a cast nt 30 members of the Ladies' Aid society. Mr and Mrs Robert Morton of Hobson street have as their guests for the rest of the month Mrs Morton's sister, Miss Nellie Haig and her mother. Mrs Margaret Haig, both of Somerville, N.

J. The Young People's society of Union church will sponsor A harvest dance at the parish house gymnasium on the night of the 27th. Roland Holmes's orchestra ill furnish music for dancing from 8 10 12. Robert Dempsey. president of the society, heads the committee on arrangements with Doris Cox And Adrienne Paulson assisting.

The first class in ballroom dancing for married couples will be held tomorrow night at $.30 at the parish house gymnasium under the auspices of the recreational committee of the parish house. The weekly class in dancing for young people of junior and high school will be held at 7 tomorrow night. FOUR CARS COLLIDE; WOMAN IS INJURED Northampton. Oct. 15-Mrs John F.

Cullinane of Concord suffered a back injury this afternoon when the car in which she was A passenger became involved in a four-car crash near the Veterans' hospital in Leeds. At Dickinson hospital she was attended by Dr llenry G. Clark. nier, who happened to be driving by Acting Police a Chief George J. Berthe scene.

reported that an unidentified driver halted the line of traffic with the result that A car driven by Edward Zisk of Palmer, crashed into its theater Zisk's machine WAS hit by driven by Cullinane. a hich WAS Earl M. rammed Young by a of machine Holyoke. driven by Had They Something To Beef at, Maybe? Winchester. Oct.

15-(AP)The junior woman's auxiliary's rummage sale took a bull market trend yesterday. The sale was progressing in quiet fashion until Mrs John Hay Whitney. the sportswoman cattle fancier, sent in her donationthree prime young baby beeves. Members of the junior woman's auxiliary sAid it was all rather confusing for a bile.

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