Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 1, 1944 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Three (Women's Activities—Personal & Social 1 . . immmmf.**.*-ff,fff _r_f_f _J-_*-_W>_«iAA_*A* Evelyn Jones Entertained At Miscellaneous Shower Miss Evelyn Jonos, R. N., was t't'i'tiiini-d at a miscollaueous ''lowi-r U'l'diii-sday evening at tho 'ioni<' of Miss Helen Tynan of Control avt-nuc. \-t--nding wi-rc: Mrs. D. E. Shea, •^iV. Jii:«' lS Mcirrisst-y, Sr., Mrs. v-'clianl Mnrrissey. Mrs. Km melt Calitt'lmn. Mrs. James Morrissi-y, ij. Mrs. Dunii-1 Callahan, Mrs. j,v'|| 0,'illahan, Mrs. Carl Shea, Mrs. P.'.iymonU Slu-a. Mrs. Jere- ni-iili Callahan, -Mrs. Raymond Crnnt, Also. Mrs. John Mooro, Mrs. | Ric-hiird Parkinson. Mrs. Fi-nk Wy-i Ion),', Mrs. John Jonra, Mrs. Jotj fiiirbnnk. Mrs. Daniel Lcary, Mrs. I Michii'-l Kenny, Mrs. Daniel Tynan,| jlrs Hi'riry Rodnuin, Misses Eilleon riilliili^n. I^ouiMtJ Flynn, Gabo I,fiirv, Miixii 1 Calluhan. ISlsle Sack,.(! unU F.ilna Cryoheau. E».-l!t I'. S, Kn a Hingli-' h presidents not Shirley Dwy Is Tendered Farewell Party Miss Shirley Dwy of New Haven road, who left Thursday for a visit with her parents in California, was tendered a farewell party by Mrs. Joseph Curette, of Car.doc road.' Those present were: Miss Doris Hotchkiss, Eleanor Johnson, Ar- U'CT. Kvor-H, Alicia Nitowski, Ar- li-tto Ciu-rington, Altheuand Ellean Cundoe, Mi's. Nelson Holcomb, Mrs. Carl Brccolnak, Mrs. Hai- voy Cnndee, Mrs. 'Irving Dwy, Mrs. W. W. Bii-dsall, Mr. and Mrs. Churlos Dwy. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MessiiL-r, Mr. and Mrs. Churlos Dwy, Edward Candee, Roh.irt Dwy, Charles Mussner, Jr., Kobert Me.ssr-.i-r. Married Today MRS. CLAYTON SvKEIXY The wedding' of Misn I'liullnc Konu of Locust s<«'i;t. Union City, to IS. Clayton Slwlly of Ward street, Xii'.iKUtnck, took place lliix morning ut !> o'clock in St. Mary's ctinrdi. Ktiv. Liiwronco E. Skflly, chaplain of St. Mary's hospital, \Vutnrlmry, perfornu'd tho ceremony. Congregational Iti-v. I'Mwurcl K. llanco The ri'.iM-nlng worship, with Com- nmmi'U. ••"'i'vict-, will be hold at 11 ii'c-loi'k. A short sermon will be £,\\-,-r\ '>y thi- minister, Ilev. Ed- Wiii-J ft. Hanoi-. Music: introductory voluntary, •-Tur-c.-ii.-i ,-md F-'uguc in 1) Mino»," B:ir!i: nntliiTsi, "A Prayer For Our Coiiiury." Voi'is; offi-rtory, "Avo Wriif/i," MciKiirt; concluding volun- tury, "Tuccatii," Roger. First Church of Christ Scientist U'ATKIJJJUKV (Curiii-r JIoliiii's and Slltchcll Sunday sfrviccH, 10:-I5 n. m., Sunday school 10:4:5 a. m. Sunday iifii-i iKKin Hiirvioi'M niv omitted ilur- mj; .Inly and August. Wudni/sday i-vi-iiing ni-;i:tinB at S o'clock. "i ;o<l" will he the subji-ct of the I.i-NHon-Scrmon for Suntiay, July 2nd. Thr- c,r>l<lfn Toxt is from II Sam- tii-l 22:32, 33. "Who is Cod, save the- Lord'.' and who is a rock, save ( rind? Hod 1.1 my strength find IKIWIT: and ho maketh my way jji-rfi-ct. " s-;-ction« from thi- .Biblp include lhi> fulldwiiig: "In God i« my sal- vaiion and my glory: thd rock of my stn-ngth, and my refugo, is in Oixl. (",i>tl hath spoken onco twice li.v.-'- I hi-ard thiMi that power be- li.inn-th unto God." (Psalm 02:7, Christ iiih i-nci- ari-1 ive pns.Magps from the Sricnoe textbook. "Scl- Health with Koy to the SnijiMir-N" !>y M.'iry Hakfr Eddy, Includi- the following (pp. 22S, 4">0): "Thi-re i.s no powvr apart from Ci.'l. Omnipotr-nce ha.i nll-pbwei', rin<l to acknowledge any other [inwiT 1 is to dishonor r,od. . . . The Cinstiiin Scientist h/is enlisted to Ivs.HiMi I'vil, disease, and doath: and hi- will nverrome them by under- utMnding their nnthingnoss n:u! the nlini-.-is of r,od. or good. Sickness t'» him is nf> less a temptation than is sin, nml he heal.t them buth by unili-r.xt.-itiding God's power over tl-i-lii." St. Michael's CKplMCOflUl) Kov. A. K. Lt;\vln For week commehcing July 2, 104-1. Tho services at St. Michael's church on Sunday, July 2, fourth Pupils Give Piano Recital At Mrs. W.H.Paul's Conn. Soldiers Reported Killed, Wounded In Action Washington, July 1—(UP)—Nine more Connecticut soldiers have been killed in action in the European and Mediterranean areas. Killed in the'European 1 area are: First Lieutenant Peter E. Crowe of 1019 Pcquol, avenue, New Lon : don. Staff Sergeant Benjamin D. Fox of 103 Wulden street, West Hartford. . , Staff Sergeant Charles' -A.' Leon-, nvd, Jr., of 35S Bloom street, West Haven. And Private Edward A. Malonfi of Southbury Training school. Those killed 'in the Mediterranean area are: . " : Private First Class Tlieodorb C. HoTfman of 913 Post, road, Fairfield. I Prviato Firs], Class Alfred E Karr of ITS Pearl street, Middle town. Private Francis K. LcRoy of 4 Elmwood avenue, Waterbury. Private Orlando A. Man'cini o 153 Washington avenue, Water bury. And Private John Stankowich o Peo.uot road, Mon-l-ville. BOROUGH DAILY JULY 1944 * M T w T r — ^ mm _^ j - I 2 3 H 36 7 8 9 10 11 12 11 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 JO 31 Coming Events TODAY Annunl Picnle, Sol«m f-utli- cnin church, Buytklewlch Funn. Kequliiin MUMS for Corp. Thmldi'UK Wajtuxuk, SI. HcU- Wljf'H, U 11. 111. Youth Ifcsoroiitioji Duncn, Wo- the Sunday ai'ter Trinity, be as The 3, r ith piano recital by LIle ikfnod pupils of Mrs. W. H. Paul was ' given Thursday evening at her home, r;. r ) Oak xlrent. Refreshments were served later to the largo audience present. The program was as follows: Connecticut Marcr, Nassau—Lydia follows: • Celebration of the Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon at 11 a. m. Sermon subject "" Tuesday: 0:00 a.m. Service. Thursday: 7:00 p. m. Grammar school girls' choir in choir room. 7:30 p, m. High school girls' choir in choir room. Friday: 7:00 p. rn. Altos and sopranos; entire choir at 7:30 p. m. The governor oxp'r-; a wish that there will be an opportunity for pruyur by tho people of every community on Independence Day, July -ith. In order that this wish may be fulfilled there will bo a short .service at St. Michael's church on the morning of July •!that 0 a. m. This will be just a service o:' prayer with perhaps a hymn if we can get someone for luack-r.H, but ft soon:s that at this time it would be a fitting way to celebrate tho Fourth not with noise and confusion but with prayer and humble pleas to God that those terrible times may bt> soon over. St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Rev. O. II, Bertram Divine worship. 8:45 a. m. Sunday school, P.-'lij a. m. Ti.'Xt: Romans S, 3S.39. Theme: "True Loyalty to Christ." Communion service. S:20 n. m. Hillside Congregational ILI-V. I'nlll \V. J'rti.T.Mon Children's Hay will be observe;! n! 1(11- Il:nu a. m. service. The pns- ti>r. U.-i-. l-aiil W. Peterson, and tin- Sunday school superintendent, Kl f .on Aln-ani ^on, will conduct tht- i'.'Tvinv Al 7:.'JO p. m. !he regular ••vi-niiii; isi-rvirc will he hold. Rev. Mr. Peterson will prear.h. Mi'iiilny, S:dii p. m. Quarterly l"l-i:\rss meeting. '['ti.-Kcluy, 7:3() p. m. Kct! Cross • M n:'K'n::il diossing gi-oup. Wednesday. R:00 p. m. Mid-week s-'I'Vir... l-'r-diiy, 7:l:i p. m. Troop R, Boy St-'.UtM. Sitltinl.-iy, 2:.10 p.m. Annual Sun- ''•iiy school and Church outing on •cliun-li ground*. Holy Saviour (VolUli National Cuthollc) Iluv. I.ouls K:ic/crow»kl Masses celebrated at S a, m. and 10:,'iO n. m. St. Mary's (Koman Catholic) Rev, Thnniii.s M, Griffin War Cai:—Thomas I-oe. Nrij-wofrinn Crudlt; Son-g—Marion Philiips. Duett, Padorewski—-Patricia Ho- firnn. Reta Fadelgo. Proud Mrs. Hen, and He's a Jolly Good Fellow—David Rood. Piano Selection—Ruth MnUon. Pansy .Polka and Marine Hymn —Angela De Co.r',0, Dance on'the Green—Shirley G-og- gin. Duet—Shirley Coggin and Mrs. Paul. Zciio Waltz—Virginia Rosa. Teddy Bear Waltx—Lois Aclscr- man. 'Duet—Lois Ackermnn and Mrs. Paul. Bagpipe of Dundee, and Waltz of the Toys—Eugene Doughty. Recitations—Mrs. R. W. Paul. Playing Tag, School Days—Mazy Stokes. Selections on Piano Accordion— Ruth Matson. Rose Fay—Reta Fadelgo. Polka, A Song Morry-Go-Round —Barbara Thurston. Anchors Away—James Buckley. Duet—James Bucklus- and Mrs. Paul. Song, Blue Cliffs of Dover—Marion Phillips, Lydia Fadelgo. Cradle Song—Jean .Wackr-tt. Mountain Climbing—Thomas Lee. Chop Sticks—Patricia Hogam O'Sole Mio—Virginia Rosa. Duet—Virginia Rosa, Angela De Carlo. Piano Selection—Ruth Matson. Dancing Dolls—C. Matson. Washington, July 1—(UP)—Th Navy department has released th names of six casualties from Con •ivecticut. One ,is reported dead, anc the others wounded. Fireman Soi-.ond Class James P Servidio of 230 Valley road, Green wich. is reported to have boer illed in action. The names of tho wounded arc: Seaman Second Class John De Monico of DS Admiral street, Wes Haven 1 . Ensign Raymond J. Dixon of 5G-1 Compo road. Westport, Gunner's Mate Third Class Angelo A, Precc of D4 Elliott street Now Haven, Yeoman Second C! Albert W. Smith of 795 State street, New Haven. And Gunner's Mate Third Class Roger L. Storm of Woodland road, Rowayton. Two More Members Of N. H. S.'44 Leave Tu'c more members of the class of liM-i of Naugatuck high school have entered the armed forces, Alvin Schiller, vico-prcsdicnt of the senior class, and John Gormlcy left for the Naval Training Station «t Sampson, rv'. Y., yesterday. Schiller captained the 39-14 football and busoball teams, performing in the backdate! on the gridiron, and assuming duties on the mound on the diamond. He was also a starting gunrci on the basketball squad. Gormloy, ihc son of Police Chief John J. Gormlny. also participated in athletics, playing shortstop on tho nine this spring. Tho Ma."ses at St. Mary's church will be celebrated at 7:30, 9:30 and 11 a. m. St. Hedwig's (Polish Kommi Ciilhollc) Kev. S. 1-'. Tho Massos at St. TTcdwig's church will be celebrated at C:30. S, 9:30 and 11 a. m. The regular woeltly vesper ser- Mr.-Mrs. Foetsch Are Celebrating 34th Anniversary Mr. and Mr*. Richard Foetsch of Central avenue are celebrating their 3-lth wedding- anniversary today. They were mnrricd in St. Francis' church by TRov. Thomas Cooney. Mrs. jToctsch is the former Theresa Moran. A lurkey dinnor for the immG- dialo relatives will bu held this evening a.t the Foetsch home. 10 Localites To Attend Meeting vice will 1 nftc-rnoon. at 3 o'clock Sunday Ite-.. St, Francis' (Roman Catholic) J. .1. Flly.gerulil, I'u»tor Massos will be celebrated In St. Francis' church Sunday morning at 7, 0 and 11 o'clock. Salem Lutheran (Aiigustiitia Synod) tVIIIIiim It. Freiulliorg, J'antor I The rth Sunday after Trinity. Woman Tiilten in Adultery S "her*: C'nrlton Nelson and IL:*' .'ohnson, .inilriy. July 2: 0:30 a. m. Eng- li'h .service. Soloist, David Andor- s '"i. Christian Workers' Cont'or- Winntpt.-saukor, N. I, nke and on Con- St, Anthony's I'rosjtcct. COTIJI. (Itomiin Catholic) Wnsscs will bo Cfclebrntccl at St. Anthony's church in Prospect Sunday morning at S and 10 o'clock. Audrey Carring-ton Recently Honored At Shower BEACON FALLS '' nr > H.. begins Sunday Ih " l'!:h of July. Monday. July' 3— S:00 p. m. ____ ""Win mooting (church). I Tisi-sdiiy, ,i u | y .(.-The Day of In- «;-pt-i'(leni-e. 1770. "Blessed is the •Vttion whose Go<l is t.'ie Lord." "'snlnt 33:12). l Lutheran Church . Harolil J.iien.s, 1'astor • l - l| -'i a. m. Sunday school, lrj:i >5 a. m. Worship Service. 1 . Methodist T. Hrmlli-y ^fvicp. 11 a. m. "•nnon: "Remember the Snb- •h Diiy." United Church (K<<v. Hurry K. Tlioimut, TaMtor) The Everyman's Eiblo class will moot at the church at 9:30 o'nlock with President Clayton Dubois in charge of Ihc meeting. Mornin/r hour of worship service will he conducted at 10:-ir> o'clock, wlrh Rev. Ilnrry E. Thomas, the pastor, officiating and delivering tho nermon. Tn tho evening the Chrisllan Endeavor society will meet at the church at 7 o'clock. St. Michael's (TJnmnn Catholic) Rev, Jerome Cook, Pastor Tho Masses for the parishioners of St. Michael's church will bo celebrated at 8 o'clock. 9:15 o'clock and n o'clock on Sunday morn- Ing in tho new church on Maple avonui), Mrs. Joseph Durctte of Candee road entertained recently at a shower in honor of Miss Audrey Carringtcm who will be married to Robert McDcrmott of Middlebury. Thursday, July 13. Attending wore: Doris Sandell, Ruth Schildgen, Ruby Keen, Shirley Dwy, Arietta Carrington, Al- thna, Candee, Eleanor Johnson, Bertha Harper, Iva Durette, Mrs. Bertha Durette, Mrs. William Feltman, Mrs, Irving Dwy. Mrs. Edward D'urcttc, Mrs. Floyd Wooster, Mrs, Lloyd 'Curette. Mrs. Patrick McKuon, Mrs, Arthur Car- ringlon, Jr. Betty Brennan Visiting At Cape Cod, Mass. Miss Botty Brennan of High Direct left today for Cape Cod, Mass., whore she will spend a week, with Miss Patricia Smith of Bradley street who is vacationing there wi-lh 'her family. Local Girl At Camp In Maine Miss Janet Si'.hmttz, daug-hler of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Schmitz of Moore avenue lias left for Win- ,'hrop, Maine, where she will spend t.hc next seven ••.•oeks at Camp Penko. Mr. and Mr.s. Schmitx. later in the summer, . will spend their vacation at Winthrop, Maine. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS; of will Ihe be The county mnetinjr Yoiins Republican club hold in Mil ford on Friday July l-l, Mrs. Myrtle Hotchkiss, secretary of the group announced today. It is expected that a group of 10 members of the Naujratuck G. O. P. club bonded by President Frnnklyn Hotchkiss will attend the meeting which will be in charjrc of the Young Woman's club of Ml I ford. Local Girl Has Left For New Jersey Miss Marajyet Emory of Forn street le'fl today for Liimbertsville, N*. J., where she will spend the summer nronlhs with relatives. Miss Emery is a daughter of 'Mr. rind Mrs. George Emery. Return To Home In Flushing-, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stophany of Flushing, Ij. I., who visited with Mrs. M.W. O'Brien of Maple street for a few days, have returned :.o their homo. tnon'H clul>, Wutisrlmry, in, — oOo - TOMOUKOW PlshliiK I'lirty, Fi (iunic. Club, Cornu'iill , oOo—— TUESDAY P- a n (1 Niitlonnl holUlny. oOo .JULY 0 uiid lloiik and oOo- .1IILY Hone iulilor Co., 10 St. Hull. Francis' T.A.B., School Weather Report Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut —Saturday fair and slinhtly cooler with moderate humidity. Sunday fair. Private Pelgro Is In Middle (Continued from Pago 1) n the storming of Arawc on New BrHain Island, -a drive t-hn.1. cost tho lives of 40 American soldiers out of a unit of TOO, trapped by Jap heavy and light fire a.s their rubber boats approached the shore n the early morning darkness. In the resultant fighting Private Poljri-o states that American ilre ,vas so heavy and intense that vher. tho huge naval shells began anding on the defense positions, Japanese defenders were blown in- o the air like straw in a gale, and lositions were quickly consolidated Private Pelgro tells of iifc in hell holes under Japanese air bombardment, but through oi: the lOi'riblcness of war retains the great spirit of American youth, hat always finds something to be nthusi.-istic over, no mutter what ho conditions might bo. | Tho local soldier sont home some ewspaper clippings of the assault n Arawc in which Texas papers ndicatod that the assault forces vere composed only of .Lone Stnr late soldiers. Private Pnltrro says hat there was only a handful of 'cxnns in the drive but one surc- • would surmise differently from Jap Resistance On Saipan Is Increasing • On The Air Today (By UiiiM'tT ITess) A German trans-ocean ne broadcast of a Tokyo dispatch says American ships and planes attacked Guam in the southern Marianas ycslcrday. The enemy asserts three United States cruisers or large destroyers battered the island's airstrip—and says SO bombers blasted military installations. An American communique announces n raid Wednesday on another Island in 'the southern Marianas. It says carrier-based planes .smashed a 1 !. Rota—meeting no cn- emv air opposition. Tinian Island— across a narrow strait, south, of invaded Saipan— continues under heavy bombardment. Warships and planes of Admiral Mitsc'lier's fleet are mauling the base thoroughly lo prevent use of Jap .planes against our land .''orcos on Saipo.n, The Nipponese are putting up increased resistance om Saipan. Yank G-I's and leathernecks .ire poised to launch a knockout blow ainst the stubborn garrison. They b.-ive split; iho j.sland in two, and have won- n. commanding position over the remaining enemy- held :irc.-)s. '.'* for the air war elsewhere in the Pacifio—long-range Liberators from General MacArlhur's co/ii- rtund hit Yap island in the Caro- me.3 for I he fourth straight day. They dropped CJ tons of bombs on the 'airdrome. Piliors of smoke rose 2,000 feet from fires set among enemy installations. Our jlnnus shot down eight enemy fighters — and probably bagged a ninth. Turning to the Asiatic mainland —tile Jap radio says Allied planes .trucked Tonkin province in northern Indo-Cliina yesterday. No dc- rtils of the raid were given. In ihc China theater— strong Jhino.w combat patrols cut Japanese communications on the Bur- nu road in Yunnan province 1:00 p. m. WOR—Lee Castle Orch. WABC—Grand Central Station WATR—News; War Loan WJZ-WTIC—News; Market WEAK—Here's to Youlh l:ir. p. m. WTIC—Market Report Quiz Lo- WATR-WJZ—Transatlantic 1:30 p. in. WABC—Country Journal WJZ—Swing. Shift Frolics WTIC-WEAF—Indiana Indigo WATR-WOR—Luncheon with pez 1:46 p, m, WATR—Carnival WEAF—War Telescope WTIC—John jdacVane 2:00 p. in. WATR—Red Sox vs. Browns WOR—Lani Mclntirc Orel). WTIC—Here's lo Youth WJZ—Bonds -A-way WEAF—Musicana WABC—Of Men and Books 2:30 p. m. WOR—News; P. Alpert, Pianist WABC—Calling' Pan America WEAF—Sports Stories S:<M) p. m, WOR—This Is Halloran WJZ—News; 21 Stars WTTC—Minstrel Melodies WABC—Victory F. O. B. WEAF—Coast Guyrd Show 3:30 p. m. WOR—Bob Strong Orch. WTIC-WEAF—Music on Display WJZ—Jaxz Concert Sammy Dennis Writes About "Y" (Continued fium Page 1) play basketball. It sure was democratic when a gang of little fellows like the "Cubs" got lo reserve the floor for games. I felt so good playing in their class that I didn't mind silting on tho bench. When I wasn't playing I sat on the bench and when I wasn't sitting on the bonch I was rel'creeing a game. There was never a dull moment., I know and so do. my folks.. I. can Spending- Summer With Grandmother Miss Patricia. Sanders of Central avonue is spending the summer with her grandmother in Pennsylvania. Visiting 1 Friends « In Nahant, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lengyel and children of Homestead avonue left today for Nahant, • Muss., whore thoy will visit friends for tho next two weeks. Visitors In ' .! New York City Mr, and Mrs. Charles Fellows of Cherry street were recent visitors In New York city. Mrs. Daniel Tynan Entertaining Niece , Mrs. Daniel Tynan of Central avenue is entertaining her niece, Roscmaric Hearns, of Devon. PVT. SAMUEL PEI.GKO, JR. the newspaper accounts. He stated l.hat many sections of the country, particularly the East, were represented in the troops who did the heavy /ijrhtinc;. IJifc magazine carried a full account of the battle on Arawc. and i some of tho pictures show that the Americans had tough going there and that ihe fighting was fierce and long rlm-wii out. There were views of the naval bombardment, the aerial bombing and shots of American boats making their landings with assault parties. There were views of the many American wounded and one picture showed a corpsman hiding a wounded man under a blasted tree to save him from Japanese aerial straffing, Private Pelgro is now stationed in Now Guinea, his unH. apparently having been withdrawn after fighting through the Arawo landings. His address is Troop' n, 112th Cavalry, (Jth Army, 1109-17-17, A. P. O. 322 in .care Postmaster, San Francisco. GETS CHRISTMAS GIFT With The Ninth Air iForcc In Normandy, July 1—(UP)—Second Lieutenant Clarence Alien of Venice, California, is tlin first G-I in this war to receive a Christmas package in Normandy, He has just received a bottle of shaving lotion which has followed him since December. -\.:v,i;v.. FK1TZ KT.AMBT still hear thorn calling me down for spending the whole day at the "Y", not ever going home lo cat. You know Fritz the "Y" gave me.'something I'll never lose. 1 don't know exactly what, it is but I can feel it especially now so for away from home. No, I guess I do know what it gave me. Yos, it gave me a sense of self-reliance. I was not- a mis- lit down at the "Y." We were giver, tho. same breaks. Everyone was co'mmondcd for their good work and called .down for their bad work. The time' my own brother reported me to you "for throwing a towel in the pool and diving after it for a laugh" was probably the best thing that ever Happened to me at that time. I respected my brother for doing his duty and you for not showing the slightest partiality when it came for me to be punished. I can think of a lot of punishments you could have given us but no you had to suspend us from tho "Y" for two weeks. If it wore suspension from school we wouldn't mir.d it at all, but from the "Y," Well It hurt—bad. And we learned our lesson after that. Somehow you and the "Y" arc still with us. We arc built pretty well because of tho training you gave us. Wo can coordinate. We can take orders; but the- best. thing wo learned is self-reliance and >^.iat it means to be a member in good standing in any outfit from the Midgets class and 'loader Corps to the Army, Navy and • Marine Corps. Yes even a Seabcc has got to abide by those good" ideals and I want to thank you Frite for all you've done for all of us little trouble-makers who (well, including me) arc making trouble for the enemy. Write me soon, Sammy Dennis. NOTICE WABC—"VJ.siting Hour" •1:00 p. m. WOR—Show Shop WJZ—News WATR—Afternoon Review WABC—The Colonel; News .VTIC-WEA'F—To bo announced 4:1!) p .111. WTIC-WEAF—Barbara and Boys 4:30 p. m. WABC-WOR—Aqueduct Races WTIC-WEAF—To bo announced 5:00 p. m. .VTIC-WEAF—Your America WJZ—News; Concert Orcli. IVOR—Uncle Don WATR—Saturday Concert WABC—Corliss Archer 5:15 p. m. WOR—Eddy Howard Orch. 5:30 p. rn, WEAF—Medical Program WABC—Mother and Dad WTIC—Cesar Searchir.gcr WOR—Pan: Mariell Orch. r>:4.~< p. m. WEAF-WTIC—Curt Massey WJZ—Marion Mann WOR—Eleanor King WATR—Hollo Sweetheart C:00 p. rn. WEAF—G-oorge Putnam, News WATR-WJZ—News WR—Prayer: Sidney Moslcy G:15 p. m. WEAF—Hollywood Theater WATR-WJZ— Sioryland Theater WOR—Newsrccl WABC—Peoples' Platform WTIC—Gems of American Jazz 0:30 p. m. WOR—Frank Sir> {riser. News WABC—To be announced WEAF—Three Suns WATR-WJZ—Harry Wismcr, Snorts WTIC—Siriclly Sports 0:-I5 p. ni- WTIC-WABC—News WOR—Stan Lomax, Sports WE-AF—Art of Living WJZ—Leon Henderson WATR—Hits and Bits 7:0(> p. m. WABC—Mayor of ihe Town \VATR-Good Old Days WEAF-WTIC—American Story WOR—Guess Who? 7:13 p. in. WEAF—News of the World 7:30 p. m. . WABC—Thanli.s to the Yanks WATR—Best Loved Music WEAF-WTIC—Ellcry Queen WOR—Confidentially Yours WJZ—R. C. A. Program SHOK STO11K for the Entire Family Baummor's Clambake and Picnic Grounds Excellent picnic facilities, fireplaces, picnic benches, good water, etc. EDWARD EAUMMER .. Field St. Telephone 3501 • . 7-1-dG IN OUR GIFT WAttKS DEl'T, Table and Boudoir . LAMPS WATER SETS Mexican Gourds Mexican GOURDS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NE.VHY lilj'ILDING Tel. 5212 Anniversary and Wedding CakcM A CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TEL. S678 REGISTRATION WEEK JUNE 20 to JULY 5 Slimmer School. Wed, July 6 — Frrc Bulletin — POST JUNIOR 1 V/kJ J. COIjI-KG |i; OF C O M M E R C K I 7:45 p. m. WOR—Answer Man 8:00 p. m. WABC—Grouclio Marx Show WEAF—<At>ic's Irish Roue WATR-WJZ—Early Dance MuKfc WOR—Prank Slngiscr, News t:15 p. in. WOR—For Remcmbranco WJZ—^To be announced «::«! p. m. WEAJ--WTIC—Truth or Consequences WABC—Inner Sanctum WOR—Cisco Kid WJZ-WATR—Boston Pops Concert 9:00 p. m. WABC—Hit Parade; F. Sinatra WOR—Talk; Thoater of the Air WTJC-WEAF— National Barn Dance 9:15 p. m. WOR—Theater of the Air WABC—School of the Air !>:30 p. in;- WATR-WJZ—Spotlight On. WEAF-WTJC—Can You Top This? 8:45 p. m. WABC—Saturday Night Serenade WJZ—Dance Orch.; Quick Quiz 10:00 p. m. WKAF-WTIC—Orchestra; Gucnta WATR-WOR—News WABC—Screen Guild • •• WJE—Guy Lombardo Orch. , J«:15 p. m. WJZ—Army Service Forces WATR—Belgian Music WABC—Corrodion WOR—Victory Auction 10:!W p, m. WTIC—Who, What, W-hen, Where? WATR-WJZ—Army Service Forces WEAF—Grand Ole Opi-y 10:45 p. in. V\'AEC—Tallts VJZ—Harry Wlsmcr, Spot-U ,VOR—Impact 11:00 p. m. \LL Stations—News 11:15 p. m. 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