4—NATTOATUCK NEWS (CONK.). SATUttPAY. AUG. 10. 1MB AUDOLPK M. T-fTOTNICK. Pro«lclont nnd TcJpphonon 222B and 2229—AII Kntr^'w^oond eiu. mutter at tho po»t o»lco 1 Naugntuck, Conn, ^^SUBSCRIPTION RATEsT payable In Aclvunco ?h" Conn! N U ew*pnpT'Tubl..her.. AM'D AUGUST II), H"ll Good Luck To Them! ,Tn con K «it«lHtinK tho ^""^j^ Amorican legion tutim on \\iiiiiinj. Lotion state baseball tournament, local lovers of-the tfi'uiit national pastime; fire; oxpreHsinx tho wish tlml tliu "^vly- c'rownod "champn" will bo victonoiis m tho i-eKiomil playoH's at Glon I'alls, ^. \., noxt week. They're also hoping that our boys will cvu.iUudly win UIL- national ohnmpionsh'ip'. But whether they take top-nutdt honor* or not, they deserve a salnte lor win- ,,inx tho state .contest and adding i'"™ 1 ' or.lo the lonx list oK victories that have miido Xmiguttick famous in the sports workl. Good luck Lo them! College Clothes "Slick up is the rule for city campus," ftnya Louise • Bitwkt'ord in the- Detroit News. She is writing specifically I'or the youtitf women who live in cities and tf(> to collex't- 1 in tlieii' own towns. Hut u she is- ri-ht about the approaching styles, they will be spreading soon to the more clistnnt colleges also, "Blue jeans, bobby sr>x and saddles arc out for yon," says the writer. "Babushkas mn'st be canceled e'Xeppt for realty rainy days.'-Sloppy inoe.cusins and boat-out loafers are obsolete. I'Mntties nro fine if liitflily polislieit ami heels- kc-pt HtvuiKht. Suits will l>e. your nnit'orm. DreHscm o I'-wool and gabardine uru next in importune!." ' ' We hope this good news is not too tfood 1.0 be I rue. One of the saddest sights Amoriuati sU'eol.s and classrooms have witnessed oT'lftrr years has been tluit of the yoimtf, wild s-hoiilcl be so attractive, follow-in!,' so completely miTf blindly a ciTlt of ugliness, yloppinoMs and .uviieral di-eadence in dress anil a|)pearance, There is uotliuivf so beautiful as youth, elful in garments which ,U'o to<;vllu.T with nil air o!" noatuess. The sprucing up of outer inlewtirnentft cannot help but make for sprucing up f) l' menial forces also. •It, will be- wonderful if the days of chaotic color and railing apart of line arc- over, Thfse young people have great ru- Kponsibilities coming at them fast. They iiotid to look trim and ready for action as they start lo school or college. They will nttcd to be I rim and ready for action lo j face life. Camping: Lack What do campers from civili/ed homos miss most when tlmy go forth to fish and live in tents in far places? Just guess. No, il.'s not so I' I beds with innerspring mat tresses. Any camper worth his salt can lay u blanket over the doubled old q, r j|f — of over balsam boughs if lie's staying long enough to make it worth his while to cut them — and he'll sleep like the soven sleopers. He may wake up stiff (ho first few mornings, but that, disappears soon after coffee, and he feels fine. It's not cream in the coffee, nor even Ixrel'steak. (lie's not so used to that at home now, miyhow.) With fish and baked bonus he can get along. Tie won't even miss fruit nowadays — he'll have a few cans of 'juices in tho car or canoe. .But oh, how he does miss ice! ' Buffalo's Noted Player 'Buffalo's city council has voted ?i memorial in a city park to Jimmy Collins, Buffalo's first member of baseball's Hall of Fame. Though he dropped his glove nearly 40 years ago,'in all that lime Collins has bad but one- serious •challeii'gcr at third Imse, Pio Tr;fmi6r of Pittsburgh. Choosey Folks may think ballplayers not eminent enough to be commemorated Yot many communities have erected .statues to noted, actors. Tho ballplayer's fame is as substantial as the actor's and in tho .United States is known to many more people. _..„ * Do You Remember? yrora the Files of the Naugatuck New» 20 Years Ago o—O—o ',.'-." peatman John Kissanc and W. E. Fairbank took their annual vacations from the local postofflce. Jnmog Butlor resigned his position as clerk In Bronnan's Grocery store, o—O—o 30 Years Ago o—O—o GOOI-KO Allon and family and family of Union City returned from four weeks In Canada. Matthew Scully of Prospect street vacationed nt Myrtle Beach Around The Clock —oOo— Following the game Thursday against Windsor, in which, as you all know the loutil Legion team came out victorious and were crowned state champs, the women of the Legion were hostesses to the youthful players at .a steak dinner hold "in the Legion home.-All the players ate their full and lel't -with a deep feeling of gratitude to the Legion women and to the Legion itself, —oOo— Add to Jocal predictors, spiel ing' on the green — Harold. Stapleton, who sc» and "we quote, Army will heat Notre Dame, 45-7, or was it'the other way round. Anyway, Bill'Petrillis, noted local athlete disagrees with him. , . Cele Tracy, and her friend Jeanne, whose last name eludes us for the moment, have recently returned from their summer vacation at Buy View in Milford. They asked us to get this in before they left for the shore again. • .—oOo— . Up and down Broadway . .-. Carl Shea and Ernie Englund decorating the C. L. & P. windows, . . Wally Gesseck and Dr. Joe Sitar moaning because the annual outing of the Fish and Game Association has been called off. . . —oOo— ...... Officials of local organizations who plan to enter floats, in the Welcome Home Parade — and- there are many^—may wish to consult a catalog made available by John McGroary, head of the fraternal organizations planning- sub-division of the Welcome Home committee, . . The. catalog will be left in The News office each day, and at the Elks club nights. . .-• Any and all are welcome to drop in and look it over. . . N, B.—There isn't much time left. ,. —oOo— .Bill La lor is spending much of his time these days poring over old news- .upcr files, . . Bumped into Burgess Gns Klimas'/ewski yesterday and lie tells us he spends most of his time-in Union City. . . His brother Joe is now workiii-g in New York. . . —oOo— Many Xnugutuck residents, will leave town next. Sunday to travel to N", Y. C. and see Boston and New York play a double-header at' tho Yankee' Stadium. Anu.ng tliosu who will attend arc; Martin (-aine, Paul Bnckmillcr, "Wally Gesseck, Fran Galvin, and many others. "We might even go ourselves. —oOo— Around The Clock (sv Firehouse Jottings: — Ed Galvin, currently on vacation, attended a meat packers outing at. Lake Plymouth early this week. . . "\Vluit steaks, says Ed. . .Capt. Jim Grant, who was seen bending over to clip tho grass in front of the i'lrehouso, lias challenged Bud Tana's soi'tball team to a game a week from Tuesday, "for t'un, money or marbles." . . .And there'll l)o no refreshments. . . —oOo— . Pete Foley lias able assistants these days, in grooming his football team for the coming season. .Dick Tuckey and Bill Pctrillis, two-of tho bettor known football players in this area, have been down there those Monday and-Friday evenings working out with tho Foley-coached ftquad, lending the local youths the ben£> fit of their vast knowledge on this sport. Sight of the .week; Charley Terry, catcher for the Chemical company softball team, eating a .strawberry ice-cream cone on the green, during the recent bancl concert. When garbage collectors, in Canton, Ohio, went on strike, the mayor rolled up his sleeves and did some collecting 'himself.. That's one way to be a 4< working, executive." 0$ Ckurck Week Of /O Abbreviated Schedules In Local Protestant Churches Abbreviated schedules for services tomorrow in local churches, tho'eighth Sunday after Trinity, have boon announced by' the respective pastors. Few events arc planned Tor the following; week, as parishioners vacation during summer months. The mid-week service at the Hillside Congregational church will be' conducted Wednesday evening, •incl at St, Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church the adult lecture course will bo conducted on Tuesday and the Young People's meeting Thurs-. day. , The church council will meet (Vcdnosday evening at the Salem Lutheran church, and the Fidelity Bible class of the Methodist church will hold its monthly meeting Thursday. Salem Lutheran Synod) ';. ' St. Mary.'s . . (Roman Catholic) Rev. Thomas M,' Griffin The Masses at St. Mary's church arc celebrated at 7:30, 9:30 and- 11 a. m. The Eighth Sunday after Trinity. False Prophets (Matt. 7:15-21). Ushers: MilCB Berry, Donald Olson. Sunday, Aug. 11—10:00 a.m. Enfj- } lish service. Soloist: David Anderson. Wednesday, Aug. 14— 8:00 p. m. Church Council meeting (church). fEring -..Study .books, and membership cards.) Saturday, Aug. 17—High-League Camp at Cromwell, Conn. (Ages 14 to 18.) St, Francis' CRoniim Catholic) Kcv. Paul F. Kuatlng, Tivstor Masses will be celebrated in St. Fmr.eis' cfiurcli Sunday morning at 7, S, 0, 10 and 11 o'clock. First Church of Christ Scientist WATEItBURY Sunday services, 10:-15 a. m. Sunday school, 10:'I5 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting, 8 o'clock. "Spirit" will bo the subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday August 11, 19-16. The Golden Text is from E/.cldel 39:23, "I have poured out my spirit upon the house of Israel, snlth the Lord God." Selections from the Bible include the following: "If I say, Surely the darkness shall cover me; even the nljrht shall bo light about me." (Psalms 139:11). Correlative p;msugc3 from the Christian Science textbook, "Sci once and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy. Include the following (p. 93:21-11): "The belief that Spirit, is finite as well as infinite has darkened" all his. lory." Methodist Church Kov. T. Bradley Service of divine worship, ni»r- mon. "Consolations In Grlof," 10:00 11, m. Special music, will ..be aunp;, .by the mn.lC! choir. Kenneth Far- r;itt will assist Mrs. T. Bradley Lomjnta.fC at the organ, The Methodist Youth Fellowship will meet at the church tomorrow' afternoon at 2 o'clock, ^ to go .to Lake Quassapaup .for an 1 '-'outing. Mombei-B will .''bring their ' own lunches. Margaret' . Emory 'Is' in charge of • gencTal arrangements and. transportation; "Rop;or. Floyd, swimming and recreation; and Joyce Ann Kanehl, Vespct; 'service. The Fidelity-Bible class will hold its.' ; monthly meeting Thursday, August 15, in the form of a covered dish supper at the home .of, Mr., and-'Mrs. Noble Fassett, Beacon Valley road. Mrs, Martha Andrews will preside at the business • meeting. Hillside Congregational Key. Paul W.. Peterson The service of divine worship will be held at the-Hillside Congregational church Sunday, Aug. 11, at 11 o'clock, with the Rev. Paul W. ..Peterson, pastor, delivering the sermon, "The Teat of Goodness," based on 'the 'text of the day, Matthew 7:' 15-2,1. Wednesday cvenln'g at .8'o'clock regular mid-week'Borvico. St. Hedwig's (Polish Bom:in Catholic) Eev. S, F. Nalcwajk The Masses at St. Hedwig's church will be celebrated at 6:30, 8, 9:30 and 11 a. m. The repular weekly vesper sorv Ice will be at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. St. Anthony's (Itomun Cnthollc) Prospect, Conn. Mnssco will be celebrated at St. Anthony's church In Prospect Sunday morning at !) and 11 o'clock. Holy Saviour •' (Tolish' IVatlonHl Catholic) Eev. Louis Kac7,orownkl Manses celebrated at 8 a, m. and 10:30 a. m. St. Michae.Yg •;,'. (Eplscopnl) Kcv. WiWred 1?. Langhorst Sunday;-Aug. 1.1—7:30 a.m.,.Holy. Communlorr,,- 11:00' a. m. Morning praytsi- ah'd .sermon, -the Very Rev. Fleming .'James;. 'Ushers: . William Hcynigcr,'. Harold HolljstdV Walter I-Jo'll later, -VS.. Fremont Hoadlcy. Friday, Aug.. 16—3:30 p.m. Junior choir-rehearsal.-.-•- PROMPT WATCH REPAIRING and JEWELRY William Schpero ; JEWELER I 180 Church Stroct Naueatuck POLAROID GLASSES NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WEAVING, Prop. TVInslow Court Tel. 3SM I DRY i ... CLEANING I "itfwieiia CIFANEK TAILOO 4,->l No,- Mnln St. Tc-l. 91807 Union CUT Immanuel 'Lutheran Rev. Harold Lucas 10;'tO a. .m. .Worship service. BETHANY Bethany Mission Mass will bo : celebrated In tho State Police academy Sunday morning- at 10 o'clock. St. Paul's Evangelical r ; Lutheran • 13 Curtis Street, Bcv, .OA.H.; Bertram, Pastor Sunday school, 9.:30. .Public-, worship, '10:30. • Text: John, .7, 16-18. . Theme: "What' la True Religion.?.'.';. ..,.:..- ... ..... The : Luthera,n Hour,. -WICC and. WONS,. 12:30j%-WATR, '4:00'. •..'. /• Adult Lecture.. course, Tuesday, 7 p. m/ • vj't'.iy' .'-. . . Young People's meeting, Thursday,- 8:00, yjv'v: - .," N Pastor's 1 , .office' hours at 'church officer Tuesday;•• 7-9 p.- m.; Thure- day,,2-J P'JVJTB,'.."•.-'... -,-•'.. • Vacation '• with God;! Go • . to church first, .-.--.. .- . CREME DE MENTHE J. E. STORES CUT-RATE, LiqtjOBS, . ' ",-'' WINES, BEEB8 . •" S9B N. Main St. TM. 4B7» Free Delivery Anywhere In. 1 ' ''" "'' ' ]BOUGHT - .... SOLD t ' TEont a Trailer, and too That O .' ; Job Yourself4 ' . '}• :•" ORANGE TRAILER CENTAL SERVICE IKLKPHONK . Nnurntuclt SOW .lo«'. In Cnlnn Clli Hardwrnrii Bile. AUTOMOTIVE' PARTS .-•V'Fiai;. All Makes; of Cars-: B-M SfOTORS ING , ; 80-82 .S'OCTH- MAIN ST.. • • Telephone : 0*41' Of Politics -. f feunday—Fairflc'ld County Democratic Association outlnK for town chairmen of state, Paul Connery, hoist at Norwalk. • AUK, 18—Democratic picnic at Mrs. Chester Bowies' home, E»sc'x. Auff. 20"— Republican caucuses and primaries <lo elect delegates to' state, county, consrcesional. senatorial ond probate conventions o'n'd to elect town committee members. Aug- 23.— Republican senatorial district conventions to name members of State Ccntra.1 Committee. Aug. 27-—Democratic caucuses to elect delegates to all conventions. Sept. 9-10—Republican state nominating convention, Bushnell Hall, Hartford. Sept. 14—Republican congressional nomlnatlnpr conventions. Sept. 1C-17— Democratic state nominating conventions, Eushncll Hall, Hartford, Sept- 21—Republican county conventions to nominate candidates for sheriff. Number of males per 100 females in' the U. S. population declined to 101.1 in 1940 from the previous mark of 102.5 in 1930. GET A JEEP IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Vonr \VJLI_YS-OVKnT.ASI> Di-nlcr LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. 24 Hnn-lfion Avrnu* Off IS*clmne« 1'lnrf. Wntrrburr •Phone S-8503 Condition Fair Thoma? 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