OCR Interpretation


Rockland County times weekly. (Haverstraw, N.Y.) 1889-current, March 20, 1952, Image 2

Image and text provided by Southeastern New York Library Resources Council

Persistent link: http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn83031499/1952-03-20/ed-1/seq-2/


Thumbnail for 2
page two TH?i HOCKIANP COPNTY TIMES HA\ERSTRAW. W. T MARCH 20. 1952 Public School News Aptitude Test Given A general aptitude test was given Tuesday to eligible students in the National Honor Society of Haver- straw High School. Honor Society members who are qualified to enter an accredited college or university in September were eligible to take the examination. However, the number of members representing each chapter in the contest is limited to a percentage of the chapter ’ s total membership. The local chapter selected Le- nore Troup and John Drescher to represent Haverstraw High School in this year ’ s examination. Thirty scholarships ranging in value from $200 to $500 and 25 additional awards of $50 will be awarded. Of these 55 winners, one will be given a travel scholarship to Brazil. Club Remembers Founder A bouquet of red roses in the Central Presbyterian church Sun ­ day, March 9, was sent as a tri ­ bute to the memory of Miss Jessie L. Wheeler late teacher and prin ­ cipal of Haverstraw High School, by the Dramatic Club. Miss Wheeler founded the school dra ­ matic organization in January, 1925. Since Miss Wheeler ’ s death three years ago, the Dramatic Club has sent commemorative flowers to her church annually on the Sunday nearest her birthday, March 7. Biology Club Makes Trip On Wednesday, March 12, the Biology Club of Haverstraw High School made its annual trip to TOP VALUE IN THRIFTY HOME BEAUTY Sale $ 1,99 goi. Reg. $3.98 Gal. K E M - T O N E MIRACLE WALL PAINT PAINT THAT ATTIC, BEDROOM, OR CELLAR * GALLON DOES AVERAGE ROOM. * DEEP MATTE FINISH. • 12 BEAUTIFUL COLORS. • DRIES IN AN HOUR. Complete Line of SHERMAN - WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS ALLISON & VER VALEN CO. 9W AND WESTSIDE AVENUE HAverstraw 9-5701 J J J JJ J EaZiEXZ TO THE PUBLIC: THIS IS TO ANNOUNCE THAT EVERETT MORRILL IS THE NEW OWNER OF STAUBACH ’ S MARKET. V THIS CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP WILL BRING TO YOU — 1. A CONTINUATION OF THE HANDLING OF CHOICE GRADES OF MEAT. 2. MY 25 YEARS IN THE aiEAT BUSINESS, BOTH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 3. FRIENDLY “ NICK ” PICARELLO, WITH A PLEASANT SMILE AND A MASTER WITH THE KNIFE AND SAW', AS MANAGER AND ASSOCIATE. SIGNED, Arrives at Fort Dix Pvt. Patrick J. Schassler of 16 DePew street, Dumont, N. J., son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schassler of Hudson avenue, who has been as ­ signed to Company D, 47th Infan ­ try Regiment, of the 9th Division at Fort Dix, N. J., for 16 weeks of basic training. His wife, the former June Irmscher, is living at the Du ­ mont address. Pvt. Schassler was graduated from the Vnlv^islty of Bridgeport in June, 1951, and en ­ tered the Army recently. Lederle Laboratories, Pearl River. The club was under the super ­ vision of Miss Genevieve Reilly, club advisor. Students who made the trip were Ruth Ambrey, Colin Camp ­ bell, David Ehlers, Geraldine Faulk, Dorothy Gulak, Jane Hughes, Richard Jirkovsky, Robert Lyle, Michael Madalo, Madge Morrison, Salvatore Peluso, John Tesik, and John Weber. Trans ­ portation was provided by Mrs. David Ehlers and Mrs. James Campbell. Latin Club Hears Richter On Wednesday of this week, the Latin Club of Haverstraw High School held its regular monthly meeting. James Ducey, the consul for the month of March, presided. After the regular business meeting was over, Francis Richter, program chairman for the meeting, gave a talk on the Roman Calendar. UPJOHN REPRESENTATIVE SPEAKER AT P. T. A. MEETING The regular monthly meeting of the Haverstraw Parent-Teacher Association was held March 11. Robert Peters, a representative of the Upjohn Pharmaceutical Com ­ pany, was the speaker. The nominating committee, in ­ cluding William VanVechten, Mrs. Frank Lo Presti, and Mrs. Margar ­ et Babcock, read a report recom ­ mending the following slate of of­ ficers: Evelyn Mone, president; Rosemai ’ y Cordisco, vice-president; Mrs. Lo Presti, recording secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Keesler, corres ­ ponding seereiary, and Mrs. Marie Schassler, trea.surer. A tag day v/ill be held Friday and Saturday. • Mr tSHWIU Waldron Finishes Recruit Training PARRIS ISLAND , S. C. (BY MAIL) — Marine Pfc. Matthew R. Waldron, son of Charles A. Wal­ dron of Thiells road, Stony Point, recently climaxed training here at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot by receiving a promotion to his present rank and winning the sil ­ ver badge of Marine Marksman. Waldron finished training in field \tactics, precision drill, military courtesy and Marine Corps his ­ tory. He fired other infantry weapons in addition to the Garand rifle, and observed operation of the ma ­ chine gun, mortar and flame thrower. « * « Combat Badge to Yarsinsky WITH THE 40TH INFANTRY DIVISION IN KOREA — Cpl. Rob­ ert J. Yarsinsky of 52 New Main street is among the first members of the 40th Infantry Division to be awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge, symbol of the front line fighting man, since the unit's arriv ­ al in Korea. The 40th, a National Guard Unit from Southern California, was the first organization of its kind to arrive overseas after the start of the Korean conflict. It trained for 16 months in Japan before it was sent to Korea in January. Cpl. Yarsinsky is a member of the 223rd Medical Company of the division. « « • Pfc. Warren McElroy, who had been stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C., has completed maneuvers at Camp Drum, N. Y., and is now attending supply school at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren McElroy sr of Broadway. Stony Point . TORPEY CN DEAN ’ S LIST Thomas Torpey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Torpey sr of 105! Clove avenue, is on the clean ’ s list at the University of St. Bonaven- ture, Clean, N. Y., where he is a member of the fresliman class. Portable Heater In an industry-wide research program coal companies have de ­ veloped a portable heater espe ­ cially designed to cure farm crops right in the barn. g Continuously Since 1887^ FIX IT UP - DRESS IT UP.' You can keep your home in good repair and up with the times, without a large amount of cash, or a long drawn-out mortgage refinancing. FHA Tille I Improvement Loans are made only or this purpose, and only to property owners. Down payments and terms are convenient — there is a minimum of detail. \ Decide what you want to do, have an idea of the cost then come in and get full details about an FHA Improvement Loan to cover the job. LOANS THAT FIT YOUR BUDGET It Pays To Do Business With A Bank. fbone 9.5IW PEOPLES BANK OF HAVERSTRAW The following new books have been received by the Rose Mem ­ orial Library: Adult Books What ’ s Ahead for American Bus ­ iness, Slichter; The Sixth Column, Fleming; Master Spy, Colvin; Gods, Graves, and Scholars, Ceram; Out from Eden, Lincoln; The Wages of Fear, Arnaud; Spark of Life, Re­ marque; The Clocktower, McDon ­ nell; The Years That Were Fat, Kates; Children of the Archbishop, Collins; The End of the Affair, Greene; Jumping Jupiter, Carey, Bride of the Sabbath, Onitz; The Voice of Asia, Michener; My Cous ­ in Rachel, Du Maurier. Juvenile Books Amanda and the Bear, Tudor; The Panama Canal, Considine; The Monitor and the Merrimac, Pratt; The Pirate Lafitte and the Battle of New Orleans, Tallant; Sandy ’ s Spurs, Davis; Bass, Esch- meyer; Skating Shoes, Streatfeild; The 69th Grandchild, Hunt; The Real Book About Trains, Cole; The Santa Fe Trail, Adams; Colt of the Alcan Road, Shurtleff; Wolf Eye, the Bad One, Henry; The Explorations of Fere Marquette, Kjelgaard; Custer ’ s Last Stand, Reynolds; Ginny and Custard, Say ­ ers; The Lewis and Clark Expe ­ dition, Neuberger; The Mystery of the Alpine Castle, Evatt; Caroline and Her Kettle Named Maud, Mas ­ on; Captain Jeep, Rechnitzer; Ven­ ture West, Watkins; The Haunts of Drowning Creek, Wellman; Mys ­ tery Trail, Lane; Feather Moun­ tain, Olds; The Apple and the Ar ­ row, Buff; A Bird in the Hand, Petersham; The Great Big Wild Animal Book, Rojankovsky. Telephone Service Aids Pupil A home-to-school telephone ser ­ vice has been installed between the third grade classroom of the public school and the bedroom of Leonard Decker, a student ill with rheumatic fever, it was reported at • the Board of Education meeting March 12. A loudspeaker system has been installed in the classroom through which the youngster hears his daily lessons. He can ask questions, and his teacher. Miss Standring, can question him directly. It was re ­ ported that he is keeping pace with his class and is doing “ v^ery well. ” Half of the cost of the service is be ­ ing paid by the State Education Dept. Mrs. Ira Baisley and Miss Cor ­ delia Hamilton, members of the board ’ s teachers ’ committee, pre ­ sented salaries for the next school year which were approved by tl.e board. A blanket $150 cost of liv­ ing bonus was given all teachers. Mrs. Baisley and Miss Hamilton reported that they felt there is a good spirit between the adminis ­ tration, the faculty and the stu ­ dents, and that the school has a good teaching staff. The cost of living bonus was given in addition to the increases required in the school ’ s teacher salary program. During February, it was report ­ ed, the cafeteria served 2,400 Type A meals and 752 Type C meals, or a total of 3,161 students during the 17 school days. The board voted to purchase a 30 cubic foot Jordan re ­ frigerator for the cafeteria to store food and milk. MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FATHER D'SOUZA TO SPEAK The Rcv'. Jerome D ’ Souza, S. J., U. N. delegate from India, will lec ­ ture next Thursday evening at St. Margaret ’ s church hall, Pearl Riv­ er. The lecture is sponsored by the Mother Butler Mission Guild of Rockland County. Buy Here — It ’ s Your Town New Marine Marksman PARRIS ISLAND. S. C. (BY MAIL) — Marine Pfc. Vincent P. Welsh, son of Village Trustee and Mrs. Vincent Welsh of 34 Jefferson street, recently climaxed training here at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot by receiving a promotion to his present rank and winning the silver badge of Marine Marksman. Pfc. Welsh finished training in field tactics, precision drill, mili ­ tary courtesy and Marine Corps history. He fired other infantry weapons in addition to the Garand rifle, and observed operation of the machine gun, mortar and flame thrower. .NEW VEST ... In Washington, D.C., marine P.F.C. Mary Kennedy models (he bulletproof vest that is saving lit'es in Korea. The vest weighing about eight pounds drapes over a roan ’ s shouldtu front and hack. A Bonus For You! In Vandenburgh ’ s 70th Anniversary Sale Every Shopper in Vandenburgh*s Anniversary Sale Can Earn an Extra Bonus Gift: BUY $10 WORTH YOUR FREE BONUS i GIFT IS A 7-Piece Stainless Steel Cutlery Set 8 in. Roast Slicer, T In.' Batch ­ er, Kitchen Cleaver^ 5 in. Sandwich, 4 in; Utility, Grape ­ fruit, 3 in Paringr, AH' with Im ­ ported Rosewood' Handles J GIVEN FREE WITH EACH $10 PURCHASE The purchase must total $10' or more, cash or credit, and must be made at one time. Pur ­ chases may be grouped but must total $10 or more. AH' Sales are final, with no ex ­ changes, when anniversary gifts are included during anni ­ versary sale. Only one set giv ­ en for each purchase of $10 or more. ' BUY $25 WORTH YOUR FREE BONUS GIFT IS A 32 PIECE CHINA DINNERWARE SET, Service for 6 Given Free with Each $25 Purchase. A beauti ­ ful gift given under same gen ­ eral conditions as gifts with $10 purchase, but purchase Btust total $25 or more BUY $50 WORTH YOUR FREE BONUS GIFT IS A 53 PIECE CHINA DINNERWARE SET Service for 8 Given Free with Each $50 Purchase. A beauti ­ ful gift given under same gen ­ eral conditions as gifts with $10 purchase, but purchase must total $50 or more. JEWELERS SinCE 1882 Here's tfie p! kind of ne«) home you can ouin and li\/e in for only... This is a new kind of new home! And it s a beauty! Not only a beauty to look at, but a beauty to own — because it ’ s built to last! We built this home from famous P & H plans and materials, engineered the modern way, to eliminate waste in construction without cutting any cor­ ners in quality. The cost to you is not only low now — it ’ s low forever, because of superior materials, superior design, superior construction. You save on upkeep. You profit because of high resale value. You ’ re invited to see this prize home for yourself ... TODAY! » VVe Have a Home for Every Income Bracket — 12 Different Models _ 1 Different Sizes. You Are Assured Individuality of Each Home. Two _ and Three — Bedroom Homes, each on Large Lot 60 by 150 feet, with City Water, City Sewers, Gas Hot Water Heat, Baseboard Radiation. Full Basement. Visit the Model Home Located on Main Street, Garnerville (500 feet west of Recreation Park) PHELAN-LIPMAN DEVELOPMENT CORP. “ HOMES OF DISTINCTION ” GARNERVILLE, N. Y. Phone HAverstraw 9-3140 YOU CAN ENJOY Nearly 700 iq. ft. of floor ipoco Two big bedroome Large clesel* with •poce-aoving •liding deere Roomy comfort and overall •top'Mving design THESE EXTRA FEATURES MEAN EXTRA VALUE Fiberglas insulated walls and ceilings cut heat loss as much as 60 %. Larger picture windows for beauty and convenience. “ Stressed-skin ” walls, twice at strong as ordinary construction. All-metal windows with self-storing storm sash. Lumite plastic screens. Full weatherstripping. All lumber kiln-dried. ■ii Vil

xml | txt