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Conn. Class Housatonic High School Wednesday In order of the pupils to an annual and li now 'flrst time classes of from 7.15 an exhibition from 9.15 by the band, a fashion the home economics a gymnasium will close at Memorial Day on Thursday. will be will be given parents; and may secure the school for the Richmond Major "Kelly Expected Home Next Week In Service Nearly Five Years Was Overseas R I C H M O N D -- M s j o Kelly, recently discharged from the A r m y ' a f t e r four years and d WTLLIAM E. LEE months In the service, is expected to arrive in Richmond next week. Entering the Army in September, 19-11, Major Kelly took ha PTA Mn. John was installed LJtchflcld County Miller as a meeting the Woodbury Town I from various u t the county. A was given by vice-president followed consultant t of teachers for the Education. of Importance teachers for Bom of bride of Mr. 19 m o r [Rev. and soloist. organist violinist. The marriage wedding bodice a skirt a long fingertip She bouquet of Bcna honor. gown of tiara were an yellow Miss the sister p i n k were t carried red of the ' A besides being and envoy of the Japan, of Japan government retired and were Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. Serene King, Mrs. Mary Hicks, W h i t m a n , Mrs. William Miller, Mrs. Charles and Grossman w e r e delegates. week's Canaan Exchange was appointed the annual Byron on the office Postmaster notification Senator Mc- u n d e r consideration. Roberts to the Club con- June 2G. officers o! will be Bartow Kelly training at Camp Wheeler, Ga. After graduating from Officers Candidate School at Fort Benning, Ga., ho returned to Camp Wheeler as Instructor In the non-commissioned officers school. In April 1943, he was a p p o i n t e d aide to Brig. Gen. Louis Hlbbs of the 63d Infantry Division at Jacksonville, Fla , and a t t e n d e d s t a f f Fort L e a v e n w o r t h , Texas. received his captaincy t h a t June and was m a d e c o m p a n y the 2S3d Regiment of the 63d In- f a n t r y Division w h i c h was activated at Jacksonville, Fla., and then moved to Camp Van Dorn, Miss. He was appointed to the head- q u a r t e r s staff of the division in S e p t e m b e r and a year later, In Nov e m b e r , 1944, went overseas as c o m p a n y commander of the 253d R e g i m e n t He went directly i n c o m b a t duty, participating in the Vosges M o u n t a i n s and Central G e r m a n y campaigns. In February, 1S45, he became liaison o f f i c e r bride, the A r U-R their the gray T-.ey W'eller He is a School. f r o m service. the time operations. Club opened renovated owned Davis, barn w i t h the h e a d q u a r t e r s of : rough pine Jr. a n d , ^ lle U.S.S. B u r d o , and Ecmond I n f a n t r y D i v i s i o n , w h ! a n d a new m a m e d u n t i l V-J Day. A f t e he was a t t a c h e d to the 7th A Headquarters, G-3 section, in H e f - i d e l o u r g , Germany, as executive officer. Major Kelly was promoted to h i s p r e s e n t rank in December, 1945. He received the Bronze Star medal with a citation, two c a m p a i g n stars and recently, a c o m m e n d a f r o m the 7th Army for h.s w o r n the A r m y of O c c u p a t . o a r o t h e r s were also I n the service L i e u t . Cjg) S h a u n K e l l y executive o f f i c e r on an APD boat, Hayes D u a n e months' Army was honorably at Fort committee Crocker Kelly, l i e u t e n a n t ( was In the Naval air transport service. A graduate of Harvard, class of 1940, Major Kelly also a t t e n d e d G r o t o n School and s p e n t a H a r v a r d Law School. He and' Mrs. Kelly, the f o r m e r Miss Ann Wa- early S. C., from was induct- he was Ga., n c d untll he w n s of tl-at Luzon. Later he Sgt was in the two children with her Mrs. J. Street. Annual t e d CANAAN, Conn. --Mrs. Frank a p p o i n t e d c h a i r m a n of charge of the an\ Society dell T u r n e r , of Macon, Ga., p l '-o s p e n d J u n e w i t h and Mrs. S h a u n his parents Kelly, a f t e r which they w.ll make their home in F i t c h b u r g where Major Kelly- will be w.th the Crocker Burbank Paper Company. "Pep Legion High The show comedy p e r Many 'Pep LEE the of Pittsfield. Church PTA Meeti At the PTA meet!: chool mother's babies Converse, Shimmon of Mrs. R i c h a r d J. J c h a i r m a n , Mrs. Samuel and Mrs. Howard W. was a p p o i n t e d . Projects for n ,, ,, - . - . ^^ D. r r i n k | 0 . . hande " d Stephens, i sprv!rn g, Thursday, Canned The sponsor s t year, i n c l u d i n g t h e possibilities serving hot school lunches, service Mrs, Amos S. iz.r.g a parents' study group, and purchasing a motion picture projector, were outlined, and a membership d r i v e waj planned. T.'ie association will mÂ«et June 20 at 8.15 for tho election of officers and f u r t h e r dlscusslan of fut u r e activities. . organ- | 50n !md the Metho- 25. at the Other committee A. Lindell, and Mrs. G. . Miss Catherine H. of transportation. n i c wil be at C. Sellew in LouisI- with his Dr.; w re_a_ths --Nancy R e y n o l d s e n t e r t the 4-H N i m b l e Fingers Sewing Club and their mothers Wednesday at her home. Refreshments were served and games played The next meeting will be held at the h o m e of Mrs. Arthur C. Couch Wednesday at 6.30. --Theresa M a l u m p h y and Nancy Spauldlng were guests of the H o n z e y 4-H Club at their o p e r e "Pirates of Penzance," Thursday n i g h t in Housatonlc. --Dr. D. Crosby Greene will not be at tha Consolidated School Wednesday. Sr,, on E. Grossman, the Methodist the annual f e r e n c e in Newburgh, Placed Housatonlc a consignment and a In the Wil- The fish hatcherv hold a trap tomorrow limited 20-gjage shells graves for the veterans' on Memorial Day, Church Service* Corpus ChrLstl, Rev. Robert F. Donahue, p a s t o r . Masses at 8 a-.d 10. M e t h o d i s t Church, Rev H. Wlnchell, no services. All Saints', Rev. Joseph pastor. Masses at 8.30 an Congregational, Rev. Wordsworth, minister, school at 9.40. Morning worship at lU.'lD. Memorial Pupils School exercises a f t e veterans open Wednesday There a 3^-rnlce Mary --Guests have beer, Ellas of H u b b --Mr. p a r e have a p a r --Alan Uvi-week in Punta --Mr. Woodard of guests --The sponsor Kail --Guests been h iv-i'i i Cleveland v v " ' i a m , William Â· Â«!.,,*.-.Â« iFssoscr.s, Leslie's --Mr. the House of ; 10.30. Watson Sundav --There will be no services at the Methodist Church tomorrow. h y-L e a r y are to , T u e s d a y a n d atthehomt to makÂ« --Miss Irene Erlckson of Monterey has taken a position in the office of the Rising Paper Company. The American Legion baseball team will play the Becket team at Becket tomorrow afternoon. --R. Jules Pautot has completed the interior decorations at Christmas Tree Inn, Stockbridge. --Mrs. Myron Ford has been undergoing treatment Â»t Hlllcrest Hospital, Pittsfleld. --Miss Gloria Pederson haÂ« been .11 at her horn* on North Plain Road. --Mr. and Mrs. Albert J a c q u l n s have moved to Van Deusenville. --Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fucciattl of Pittsfleld are spending two weeks h e r e with relatives. --Pfc. Joseph Piontek of Chelsea Naval Hospital is home on leave, Roger* trucking. TeL 99. --Adv. --28 Dance Howard's Klondike Hall. with Tem SUX., a "They Till star?