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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: TUESDAY, OCTOBtn is, imi PAGE SIX the Burlington high school, class of '40, and was an outstanding athlete, winning letters in both foot Club and Fraternal Ware Club To Meet At Home Of Mrs. Stevens The Ware club will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Louella Stevens in Mayfair park, S. Burlington. The evening will open with a Burlinclon'g Flnt loan Tfctatr.

sat" ft '11-. Jiiv' FIRST OF 3 TORPEDO LIGHTERS LAUNCHED AT SHELBURNE HARBOR This is the scene yesterday at the Shelburne harbor shipyards as the first (shown at right) of the three nary torpedo lighters, built in a month, was launched bottom-side up. They were constructed wrong-side up on the marine railway. The second lighter, nearly finished is in the center while a part of the framework of the third can be seen at the extreme left. Only lighter No.

1 was permitted to float free as they were lowered into the water on the marine railway. The other two were pulled back out of the water for completion. marine railway where it was built One month after construction started, the first of three torpedo lighters which the Donovan Contracting Co. is presently building at left for today. Compared with Shelburne harbor for the U.

S. navy hit the water yesterday. The other two, in varying stages of completion, will be launched in the next few days. These lighters are to service torpedo carrying craft. chasers tied up at a nearby dock where their outfitting is being completed, the torpedo lighters are not handsome craft.

They will not be self-propelled, according to L. J. Aske, superintendent of operations, but are built for heavy duty carrying and lifting work. They will be fitted out with deck structures and a power crane. The The launching was without formality, but it was a novel one and not completely successful.

The big navy department awarded the of creosote-treated hard pine planking, are built bottom-side up and are launched the same way. After they are afloat, they are turned over with the aid of a tug boat, tied up to a dock and outfitted. But torpedo lighter No. 1 refused to be flipped over easily after it had been lowered into the water on the Champlain Transportation contract for the construction of the three lighters and work was started on the first one about Sept. 10, two weeks after the launching of the two sub-chasers.

Company representatives declined to comment yesterday on any further work the' ship-building firm has in view. ball and basketball. No date has yet been set for the wedding. UVM Art Group To Hear Talk; Clothing Problems The Home Arts study group of the University of Vermont will have its first meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. W.

A. Stultz, 16 Prospect hill, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The speaker will be Miss Edna Sommerfeld who will discuss clothing problems as a result of the war. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs.

N. K. Williams. Mrs. C.

H. Blasrerg. and Mrs. W. A.

Shultz. GRAND ISLE Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caswell spent Sunday in Jeffersonville. Dance Tonight Coleman's Four Corner Inn NO.

FERRISBURG, XT. Music by MARSH KRANS' ORCII. DOOR PRIZE Admission 44c Tax Included STRONG SUCH DI-ANTICS! 'mi mm SOCIAL ACTIVITIES (rree Press Photo) and another go at this task was the two sleek-looking, 110-foot sub Donovan Contracting Co. a $115,000 people shall not perish from the earth." BETROTHED Miss Lorraine Vincent Police officer and Mrs. Joseph F.

Vincent of this city have announced the engagement of their daughter, Lorraine, to Private Howard, "Bib" Riley, stationed at Goldsboro air base, Goldsboro, N. C. He 5s the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Riley of this city.

Miss Vincent is a graduate of Burlington high school, in the class of '41, and is employed at Lamere's book store. Private Riley is a graduate of nf if lik i 4r 92 Rep. C. A. Plumley Addresses DAR, Luncheon Meeting Rep.

Charles A. Plumley was the speaker yesterday afternoon at the luncheon meeting of Green Mountain chapter, DAR, at the Hotel Vermont. The meeting was presided over by the regent, Mrs. Eda Safford, who introduced Congressman Plumley. In his address the Vermont congressman cited three outstanding Americans, George Washington, Gen.

Robert E. Lee, and Abraham Lincoln. To these he added a fourth, Thomas Jefferson, and declared, "Such men as these worked out, and stated exactly, those principles of freedom, liberty and justice which we enjoy today, and for which we are fighting. "Make no mistake," he warned, "our democracy can be lost. We are at the crossroads.

Great changes are ahead, with changes in the profit system, restrictions on labor, and even party lines obliterated. "Our savings will be decimated, our taxes increased, the cost of living will rise, and standards of living will be lowered. However, we have the courage and determination to complete the task, for finish it we must, or go down to complete blackout. "It is more than a question of keeping invaders from our shores. It is literally, a struggle for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

We must highly resolve that this democratic government of the people, by the people, and for the COMMISSIONED Second Lieut. Russell C. Irish (above), former Burlington boy now located at the army air base in Hattiesburg, received his commission from quartermaster school at Camp Sept. 25. He is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Walter C. Irish, 50 Greene st. Graduated from UVM in 1937, he was a member of Delta Psi fraternity. A year later, he was graduated from the Bentley school of accounting in Boston, and later employed by the Aetna Life, Insurance Co.

as agency cashier in Louisville, Ky. He took his basic training at Bowman Field, officers' training school of Camp Lee, July 1. Gladys Lavalley Fined After Auto Crash Here Sept. 5 Gladys Lavalley of 18 North Winnoski was fined $10 and costs of $7.80 in Chittenden Municipal court yesterday. After pleading nolo contendere to a charge of careless and negligent driving.

She had deaded not guilty to the charge Sept. 5. and through her attorney changed the plea yesterday. Mrs T.avallev was involved in an ac Hrlpnt. Aus.

30 at Pearl st. and Winnnski ave. Walter Dunakin of 65 Lakeside ave. pleaded guilty to a charge of petit la'rceny, and was fined $5 and costs of $13.05. He was given 24 hours to pay, or to serve an alter native sentence of id days, ine charge grew out of the theft by Dunakin of some junk in the value of $6.20 from Asa Kandaii oi iticn mnnrt.

Vernon Harrington was sent to jail for 30 days for second offense, intoxication, and William Miller of Averill Park, N. was given a 10 day sentence for first offense. T.lnvH Lawrence of 45 North Champlain st. paid a fine of $5 and costs of $10.15 for first offense, intoxication. Personal Mention Mrs.

C. N. Lavery of 32 North has received a cable gram from her two sons, Emory and Charles (Tut) stating tnat xney are both well and together some where in the South Pacific. Wayne Adams of Montpelier un derwent a serious operation a naay at the Mary Fletcher hospital. His mnther.

Mrs. Clara Adams of Montnelier and his aunt. Miss Agnes Matthews of and Miss Louise R. of Montpelier, spent the weekend at 80 Colchester ave. Feather Haircut And $8 Permanent 5 20th Century BEAUTY SALON Abernethy Bldg.

Phone 697. Purriefs SKIRTS SWEATERS 3 OK and up TO HAVE and To USE Chinese Hawthorne Vases $5 pr. Chinese Cloisonne Vases $5 Pr Chinese Readers (Figurines) $1.00 Chinese Ginger Jars $1.00 Chinese Goddess of Mercy Peking Blue $1.75 Chinese Peking Blue Ducks and Roosters at 95c ea SHERWIN ELECTRIC COMPANY Phone 556 92 Church St. I kid to kid Bob along! POWELL Trvtr ASH Rothbom NEWS NOVELTY ACTS FREE PRESS WANT ADS PAY Three BIG Shows Daily Mat. 2:00 Eve.

MOW tub Diana I 6rifnet as Diana plays a r-V A vrllvt KAL riHUKC LAST TIMES TODAY MATINEE AT 2:00 I. M. EVENING CONT. FROM 1 P. M.

i JSC iOAN FONTAINE Today Contin. from 2:05 P. M. "TALES OF MANHATTAN" 2:24 4:47 7:10 9:24 SEASON'S GREATEST CAST mm HKfWOBTH cfwna PALLETTE A ffery you'll fvr forget ni mi r-YLrllVlrlKK 1 1 1 4.f mr. covered dish supper at 6:15, and will be followed by a program.

Stevens Chapter, OES, To Entertain Dist. Deputies The Frances E. Stevens Chapter No. 54, OES, will entertain the district deputies this evening at its regular meeting. The degree will be conferred and refreshments served.

Loyal Circle, K. To Hear Mrs. Warner The Loyal Circle of the King's Daughters will meet this afternoon at 2:30 in the Meader room at the Methodist church. The guest speaker will be Mrs. Frank Warner of Vergennes.

Trinity Town Club To Elect-Officers The Trinity College Town club will meet today at 8 p. at the home of Marjorie Thompson, 159 S. Union for election of officers and to discuss the program for the year. Members of the class of 1942 are invited to attend. C.

V. Grange Installs Tupper and Dr. Hunt A meeting of Champlain Valley Grange was held Saturday night when Walter H. Tupper was install ed as master and Dr. Hunt as steward, to serve for the remainder of the year.

Plans were discussed for the meeting of the state Grange, which wjjl convene here this month. Mrs. Harold J. Arthur gave a talk about Maxwell Field, and the lecturer's program of singing and readings was given under the di rection of Mrs. J.

G. White. A social hour followed, with Mrs. Robert Coleman chairman of the refreshment committee. The next meeting will be Oct.

24. NORTHFIELD "District 1, IOOF Convenes; Personals; Teachers Meet Here The annual meeting of district seven, comprising the following lodges: Northfield 19, Montpelier 2, Warren 60, Waitsfield 16, Water- bury 51, Hyde Park 44 and Hard-wick 68, was held at Northfield IOOF Temple Thursday evening. A chicken-pie supper was served by Social Rebekah lodge 10 of North- field. The following grand lodge and grand encampment officers were present: M. S.

Warwick, deputy grand master, district James L. Williamson, grand master; David Hughes, grand warden; Don E. Crossman, grand secre tary; Wendall Savery, deputy grand master, district 11; Karl E. Keith, past grand representative; George DeGeorge, past grand rep resentative; Frank Griffin, deputy grand patriarch, district Col. Roy Stewart; cantons, Harry Cutting; special deputies, Ernest Sleeper.

F. J. Eaton, Frank Bel- ville. The attendance of 53 was somewhat short of past attendance, but considering gas and tire ration ing the officers were pleased with the representation. Montpelier worked the initiatory degree on two candidates.

Deputy Grand Mas ter M. S. Warwick thanked Ver mont Lodge 2 of Montpelier for the fine work they did and all members of Northfield Lodge 19 for loyal support. Personals Kenneth Belding, George Hedges, Milliard Lee and Ransell Seaver, who are employed in defense work in Buffalo, N. are spending a few days in town with their par ents and friends.

Miss Louise Shutler, a student at UVM, spent the weekend 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shut ler. Mrs. Maria Depatie and Mrs.

El len LaPointe of Enosburg Falls are guests at the home of L. Desparte. An antagonism between tuber culosis and cancer long has been suspected. FALL SPECIAL Regular $7.50 Ql PERMANENT VT Styled As Desired. PARK BEAUTY SALON 147 Main St.

Ph. 2990 DR. P. C. DAVIS OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted 15 No.

Winoosfci Ave. Tel. 2203 E.85 Phone 215 ana rwirsu Rainbow Khvthm MAJESTIC "OVERWHEIWINGT TYRONE POWER I7f ktoilZ in' 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi ANNOUNCING 1942-43 MMUAusuf, Galley Concert-Lecture SERIES lighters, constructed principally (The Wager Studio) MRS. W. R.

BEDFORD Dorothy E. Cyr And Paul M. Crane Wed In Bennington Special to the Free Press FRANKLIN, Oct. 12 Miss Dorothy Evelyn Cyr, daughter of Mrs. Agnes Cyr, was married Saturday, Oct.

10, at 6 p. m. to Paul M. Crane, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Leslie Crane of Rye, N. Y. Under an archway of autumn foliage, the ceremony was performed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert K.

Smith in Bennington, by Rev. Stanley Cummings, in the presence of the immediate families and a few friends. The wedding music was played by Mrs. Cummings. The bride has as her maid of honor and only attendant, her niece, Miss Marguerita Flood of Hudson, Mass.

Lloyd Cyr, brother of the bride was the best man. The bride, who was given in marriage by her uncle, Ard en Henderson, of North Adams, was attired in a dark brown velveteen suit with matching accessories, and wore a corsage of bronze chrysanthemums. Miss Flood wore a similar frock in forest green. The bride's mother was attired in navy blue crepe, and the mother of the bridegroom wore a vermil- lion gown. The flowers worn by the attendant and the mothers were similar to those of the bride.

Reception A recention followed the rri. monv. and the bridal cake was tnn- ped with a floral decoration, which fiad been used on tne cake of the bride's mother. Mrs. Crane is a graduate of the Mary Fletcher school of nursing, and at present is on the staff of Bennington College.

Mr. Crane has been affiliated with the Bank of New York, and will soon leave for active service in the United States navy. Out of town euests wer fmm Springfield, Bellows Falls, Needham, and North Adams, Mass. and Rye, N. Y.

MATINEE 2:18 EVENING MONDAY TUESDAY THEIR HOPC-T. stop fair totktrs MreU st they cia ff mumtil i PLUS Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Act COMING Betty Victor John Grable Mature Payne FOOTLIGHT SERENADE I Bernice E. Granger Becomes the Bride Of Corp. Bedford Miss Bernice Evangeline Granger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

J. Oliva Grange of this city, and Corp. William Russell Bedford, son of Mr. and Mrs. G.

H. Bedford of Montreal, were married Saturday morning at 9 in St. Joseph's church. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Joseph E.

Paris- eau. Bridal music was played Dy Mrs. Nichols, organist, and Robert Mario, violinist. The bride who was given in mar riage by her father was gowned in white faille taffeta, fashioned with a V-neck line, and a full skirt, which fell in a long flowing train. Her three-quarter length veil of bridal illusion was gracefully draped from a tiara of seed pearls, and she carried a white prayer book with an orchid, and showered with whit pompons.

Her traveling outfit was a plaid wool suit with corona red accessories. She also wore a fur jacket and an orchid corsage. Attended By Sister Miss Jeanne Olive Granger, sis ter of the bride, was the maid of honor. Her gown was in blue with a long basque of velvet and a full skirt of brocaded satin. She- car ried a colonial bouquet.

The bride's mother wore a dress of black romaine sheer, with pale pink accessories and her corsage was of sweetheart roses. The bridegroom's mother was gowned in rust colored crepe, with black accessories, and she wore a corsage of yellow roses. The bridegroom's brother Fred Bedford was the best man, and the ushers were Frank Andrian of the FAFC, Toronto, and Richard Morriseau of Burlington. Following the wedding ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The house decorations were white prmpoms and garden flowers.

The bride is a graduate of Burlington high school class of '38. The bridegroom- is a graduate of Catholic high school of Montreal, and was employed by the Canadian Pacific Telegraph company, before enlisting in the RCAF. Mr. and Mrs. Bedford will in elude Montreal and Ottawa in their wedding trip.

Among the Guests Out of town guests included Mrs. O. H. Granger and daughter, Jeanne Florence, of Stratford, Mr. and Mrs.

G. H. Bedford, Fred Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. A.

Charette, Miss A. Charette, Miss Dorothy Lyons, AC 1 Frank Andrian all of Montreal; Mrs. J. B. Crowley of Jersey City, N.

J. Athena Club Has Hobby Program; Supper Meeting The art department of the Athena club opened its winter schedule last night with a supper meeting which was attended by 37 members. Mrs. C. K.

Johnson, new department director presided. The rooms were decorated with flowers and autumn leaves, and the place cards were made to represent hobby horses, the topic being hobbies. The cards also bore old epitaphs which were later read by the members. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Lucille Newcomb, Mrs.

Edith Irish, Mrs. Josie Richardson, Mrs. B. F. Schweyer, Mrs.

G. W. La- Pierre, Mrs. J. E.

Traill, and Mrs. L. E. Douglas. During the meeting each -member gave her ideas on art and participated in an impromptu program.

JONESVILLE Social Club to Meet; Personal New. Briefs The Social club will meet with Mrs. Leo Lashua Thursday. Mrs. Mildred Kenyon will be leader.

Officers will be elected. All members are asked to be present. Mrs. Edith Champney of Burlington was in town over the weekend. Mrs.

Sylvia Jennings, Mrs. Nora Jennings and sons of Monkton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings and children of Huntington were guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Erwin Jennings Sunday. Mrs. Eli Picard, who has been visiting her daughter at Glens Falls, N. has returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Leo Lashua. Mrs. Harold Currier and son, Robert, of Vergennes are spending a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis.

Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Verche-reau and son, Stuart, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Allaire at Craftsbury Sunday.

DARRYL F. ZANUCK'S production Oct. 21 Joseph zigetti, Violinist TOMORROW and THURSDAY! Virginia Bruce in "Careful, Soft Shoulders" FLYMM LAST DON'T MISS THE NEW Profound artist of the violin Nov. 17 (Colonel Edwin Kl. Cooper "Behind the scenes in wartime England" with photographic record in color.

Dec. 1 Jkay AMem) International correspondent interned in Nazi prison camp. Jan. 13 Marriage of Figaro Opera Delightfully refreshing evening of high class enter- tainment in English. Feb.

3 "20th Cntury-Fox reached into th heavens scooped up oil the start A and put them on the same screen 1 ir.L Sil cmuius GlHGERnuGtnncnm CHARLES LAUGHTUN mm G.ROBINSON PAUL ROBESON LERNER MAX Chins Up! ZSJ 1 rr II II mM md tf i' -A. I s-y i if i ju 1 1 1 v.i Stay in the victory parade with hoes btiflt for "duty Shop, walk and work in shoes like the "Tramper and you will finish, like you started, with "chin up." JJ II "Fighting Faith for America." Writer, educator, dynamic personality. April 7 Jose Dfrtmrfoii, Pianist Brilliant pianist orchestral conductor All Events at Hiddlcbury High School SEASON TICKETS: $3.05, Tax Paid Mail orders to Middlebury College Music Studio, Middlebury, Vermont. Busses leave Burlington 5:30 p. m.

arv. Middlebury 6:35. Leave Middlebury 10:25 p. m. arv.

Burlington 11:30: THOMAS MITCHELL EUGENE In Black or Brown and Alligator Calf CESAR RuMtRU ItHIL rAIKIIn ROUND YOUNG ELS LANCHESTER GEORGE SANDERS JAMES CLE AS ON md THE HALL JOHNSON CHOIR J. BOYNTON COMING (Sat. Continuous from 2 P. 0Zi. 'You Can't Escape Forever 65 Church St..

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