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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1944 NA'UGATUOK DAILY NEWS Pure Tbre* Personal Melbourne-Brinckerhoff Wedding This Afternoon Marjory May Melbourne, ilMitfhtor of Mr. ami Mrs. Kclwin jiimt"! Mi'lbourno of :I30 Rubber nv- ontio tit"! Robert E. Brlnckerhoff, .•on of Judge •'"i< 1 Mr.-i. James K. jti-lm'Ui'fhoff of .12;" Hubbard avenue. Stamford, will be married at .l:,1n p. in. tocljiy hy Rev, Arthur F. I.rwis. in St. Michael's .Kplscopal church. The brido will bo given in ruin-nag- l>y her father. Eii.iign KU'imor 71. Brini'korlioff. '[,' S. X. K-. wilt be maid-of-honor, nml thr bridesmaids Florence V. Prauso, M. tf'-h and will bo Mrs. , Misses Ruth Klixubeth M. Judge Bri'ncke.i'hol'f will serve as bo«: man f»r hi, son and Frod,. r icU Mi-tcalf of Sotttlibury, Wll- luir J. Pixan "f NVw Canaan, John O. Stinson and Kalph F. Clilnack or Nnugatuek will usher. I'alins. f-rtis antl whltp flow-. or.« «"ll In- used as the church dec- j New Canaan, and Southbury onr.ii)MM, and line nuptial music will attend. be played by Alvln Woostsor, organist. The brid;? will bo nttlrncl in a frown of eggshe',1 satin fashioned wit.h heart shaped no-kline and full skirt with train. Her tliros- qunrter length veil will fall from a beaded cap and she will carry a bridal bouquot of phihicnopcis and stephanotis. The maid-of-honor nnd bridesmaids will wear nile green gowns with matching Juliet caps, and their bouquets will be composed of Kucharls lilies and stephanotis. A floor length gown of aqua crepe with matching accessories will bo worn by the bride's mother, The mother of the bridegroom will wear a peach erepc ensemble. A rrception will uika place Tn St. Michael's parish house with .music furnished by a string orchestra, Out-of-town guests from Stamford. Bridgeport. \Vaterbury, New York, will Engagement Announced WoCfuiitlt Hillside Congregational lii-v. I'aul IV. Peterson Congregational TCev. Kdwiird K. lliinco Wi: wit', forego our regular Runday iiuii-niMg worship service 7iext IxiVd'x Day. July ."Oth, out of defiM 1 - i>nc-i> to I he Crormvull Conference. This Sunday will conclude the 2-lth CJenrral Cromwell Conference un-i dor the auspices of the Young Peo- pe'.t I'Vderation. The P.ov. Joseph C. Dnr.ii'lson, minister of the First Ciivi'iiatit t'liurcli (If Chii-ago, III., Is tin- cnniViTaci 1 .-poakor. H<: will ad- ihcs.-i rlu> assembly at th-! moi-niuir worship service at, 10:30 o'clock or. !hf Ih'Tiii'. "The Great 1'rfins- forni.'" The fifLcmoon service will !»• -held at. 3:30 o'clock u-ith F.fv. 1'r. DanioLson preaching on tin' :iu>mr'. "Encouragement for Th-'Hc Days." The Farewell Sor- vit-i' will l"> h»ld at 7:00 o'clock Sunday pwninc 1 . The ministry of music at the-se seiviccs Is under tin- appreciated direction of pro- fi-.-siii (Jcsar 1C. Olson,"director of the Chapel Choir of North ParK Colii'iC". Chicago. On Wednesday evening at 8:00 tli" mid-week Bible study 'Morning worship will be held at 11 o'clock. The minister, Rev. .Edwan! u. Hance, will proach on "Be- lloving b'uto SaK-ation." Music: Tn-trocluctory voluntary, "Prelude. , Fuguo and Chaconne." Euxte-hudo; "Air for the G String," Bneh: anchem, "Like as the Hart," Novollo: offertoty, "O Holy Josu," I^voff: concluding voluntary, "Pin- ale from First Symphony," Vierne. This is th-j last service to be held until after Labor Day. Tlic church and school will re-oi)en on Sunday. September 10th. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Rev. O. II. Bertram MISS PATRICIA PLUMB Mrs. Olivr (Parsons) Plum))'of IS'Park plnce announces thp nnga(;e- mcnl. of her daughter, Patricia Ann, to Roliort .Innies Jihoiuli's of Ki'iiding, 1'a. 1'aliici;!. a graduate of the class, 1!)44, Niiugutuck high school. Is at present connected with the Niiugiitiick Savings lianlc. Mr. lihnadcs is an uliiinnus' of Albright college. Heading, und Is t.'inployt'd us a chemist jit> laboratory of the local U. S. Rubber. Co. The wedding will take place in September. Marriage Of Bessie Potter, Roger Seaver At 2 P. M. Recent- Sftower , 5 ; Miss,Elizabeth M.-Hackott of 193 Sprlnji 'street was hostess 'recently ui,a:,'uilscella.neoua shower In honor--of Miss-" Marjory .Melbourne of Rubber avenue, who .will be. married today 'to Cpl. Robert Brir.ckcr- hoff. -;.'-',.' "" ,V-Ani6ngr those who attended! and liresc'n'fcd Misa Melbourne "with many 'lovely gifts were: Misses Jane Bentley, Agnes Belawikl, Sn- bina .Waran, Amelia Lm:as, Ruth Zehnder, Mrs, Armln Zehnder, Mrs. Richard Ostrom, Mrs, Charles Fogarty, Si 1 ., JoarJ.HackeU,- .•/•••o. Betty Baukat of Beacon Falls Margaret Regan Rita Decon•^ck and Mrs. Thomas Cullinan. of Waterbury, Mrs. Charles Fogarty,' Jr., Mrs: John- R. Hackett, Mrs.; Edwin Melbourne, and ElizabuUh; Hackett: •".' ' . '' . •'. • BOROUGH DAILY DIARY JULY 1944 M- t -W T V • 2 J 0 S 6 1 * » 10 II 12 U 14 15 16 17 It 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 JO 31 -O ComingEvents | o- o TODAY House Pinafore S:"!.'! a. m. Divine worship. Text: 23rd Psalm, second verse. 1:30 p. m. Lutheran hour. Station \V1CC. Wednesday evening: Young poo- pic invited to roller skating party chapters of cussed. held. The fourth and fifth ( it Lake Compounce.' Genesis will be dls-j First Church of Christ Scientist WATKRHCRY (Corner llolmi'* and Mitchell Avc«,) Friday, S p<m. Ladies' Aid meeting in church hall. Naugatuck Methodist Tlcv. T. Urutllcy First Church of Christ, Scientist, Hnlmon nnd Mitchi-ll avenues, Wa- li'rhury. will hold ducliration ser- vifi's tomorrow M I0:'l"> a. rn. ,'incl nt ">:Uii p. in. Tin' services will be cdrtdut'ti'd hy C. Alfred Eliikuslee, ,'irsl ri-adi'r, and Mrs. Marguerite II. Knibbs. second reader. Mra, .Marjorii> S. N'uhn I 7 the soloist, arid 1'Moyil C. Kvans. organist. riiOGKAM r'r.-llHll'S: a. Anr.lantinn in A Flat. Op R2 h. Antlnnti 1 Ri.'('itandf) from 1st Organ Sonata . Mendelssohn Hymn ','.<» Scripturf r,f-;sion Xili-nt. prayer, followed by the jtutl- ilili- i'i'|irti!ion of Th > Lnrd'H I'rayor. with its spiritual in- Irrjn -illation Hymn lu;i Notieos S..IL, "l.ovi." ...... .. Kddy-Little Ordir.ition anil Bi-li'f History of iho Church ll.THhriLc nt' 'tho fjOHsnn - Sermon. 'T.uv.'," n.j t'ounU in the Chris- liar, Srionci' Quartorly Offr-rtory. "Arioso" ........ Bach iii-nctlii'tion 11 a. m. Usual service. Sermon subject: "Come I_,et Us Worship." Monday: Meeting of Wesleyan Service Guild at home of Mrs. Rhea Mowrey, 8-1 Rockwell avenue. A picnl'' supper will take place at 0:30 previous to the meeting. Holy Saviour (T-olish National Ciithollc) Ki-'v. I^ouls K;ic/.orowskl Masses celebrated at 8 a. m. and 10:30 n. m. St. Mary's (Koman Catholic) Itev. Thomn.M M. Griffin Tho Manses at St. Mary's church .•ill be celebrated at 7:30, 9:30 and 11 a. m. St. Michael's (Kpls<:opiil) Kov, A. F. 1-cwl.M St. Hedwig's (PollHli Roman Catholic) Jtcv. S. F. Nalnwiijk The Masses at St. Hedwlg'a church wilt be celebrated at 6:30, S, 9:30 and 11 a. m, The regular weekly vesper service will be nt 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Tlip .-i-'i-vicos at Sit. Michael's church on Sunday, July 30, eighth Sunday al':;-!' Trinity, will ho aw follows: (.Vli'brarion oi' the Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. Morning l-rayi'i- anil sermon at II ,'L. m. Ser- niim suliji:cl: "Not Debtor's to the I'Vxh." Thursday: 7:00 ;>. m. GirU' choir In f'in;r room. Th,. !> v . Richard W. Baxter of .Mid'lli-hury will hr- in charge of the ••"•rvici's during the mont.|i of -Aug- ii-st and may !>.•> ;vac-h:_>d by calling WiiJiM-lniry fi-fwC'l. Thriv will he a. corporate Com- 111111:1111 for member-: of St. Mi- parish and their frfends at :,'!0 a. m. service on Sunday. Siith, St, Francis' (Roman Catholic) Rev. J. J. FltzRenild, I'nstor Masses will be celebrntccl In St Francis' church Sunday morning nt 7, 0 and 11 o'clock. St. Anthony'3 Trospect, Conn. (Itnmnn Catholic) 'hi- 7:, Salem Lutheran urm Synod) I{. FrrmllivrK, J.'ii ^iglith Sunday after Trinity, '"hi- Two Ways (Matthftw 7:13-1-1) L'sl'.i-rs . Elmer Sanforcl nnd J. Ivm- Johnson. . Sunday. July 30: 0:30 a. m. Enp- h<h service. Soloist—Ethel Salmon- Mr,. Sunday, July 30—4:00 p. m, Lct- 'ors, cookies and coffee for the Immanuel Lutheran Church Itov. Harold I.ucas, 1'n.stor 30;.|fi a. m. Worship service, day: 7.-CO p, m. Meeting of l-'eoplo'.s society. Masses will be celebrated at St. Anthony's church in Prospect Sunday morning at S nnd 10 o'clock. BEACON FALLS United Church (liny. Hurry 1C. Thomas, riuttor) The Everyman's Blh'e class will meet at the church at 9:30 o'l'.lock with President Clayton Dubols in charge of the meeting. Mornin.T hour of worship service will bo conducted at 10:45 o'clock, with Rev. Harry 13. Thomas, the pastor, officiating and delivering the eermon. . In the evening the Christian Endeavor society will meet at the church at 7 o'clock. St. Michael's (Roman Catholic) Rev. Jerome Cook, Pastor The Masses for the parishioners of St. Michael's church will be celebrated at 8 o'clock, 0:15 o'clock and 31 o'clock on Sunday ™°'' n * Ing In tho new church on Maple avenuo. .... _-•..- Tho wedding of Miss Bessie I-iliian Potter, daughter of Hurry Potter of :11G CHIT street to I-loger Wolcott Soaver. son of Mrs, Edward Reaver of 3-n Piedmont street, Waterbury. will take place this after- non at 2 o'clock. -Rev. T. Bradloy Long-staff, pastor oflhe Naugatuck Methodist church, will perform the double-ring ceremony at the church. A sister of .tho bride, Mrs. A. Ernest Atlkins will be matror.-nf- hor.or. and Donald Seavnr, the groom's brother will be best man. Those who will ushor the guests nt tho church will be Floyd Smith and Howard Schoock of Wutcrb-ury. Mrs. ,Toni\s, organist of the \Va t'ui'bury Methodist church. v,-i present a half-hour organ prelude The bride's gown of white- :vmi quiscuc is designed with ,'ltte bodice, bishop sleeves with cluinli ly lace at tho wrists, and nccklin and bouffant skirt. A Mary Quoc of Scots bonnet will be th hnad piece for her flngorti veil of illusion. White roses an< stephanotis will compose her bou quot. A French blur- crepe gown', stylec with fitted bodice, bracelet lengt sleeves and slim fitting sl<ii-t wil bo worn by tho matron-oJ'-honoi Hoi- hat OL' fuschia felt will hav n face veil with cut flower trim She will carry tuschia gladioli ant sweet puns. The bridegroom's mother will-re ccivo in an orchid dress with mix ed flowed corsage. A reception will be held :\t thi home of Mr. and Mrs. A, Ernes Adnir.s. .110 Cliff street, for seventy five guests including some J'ron Moridun, Cheshire, Clinton. 'Forest ville, Walorbury, NaugaLuck and On their wedding trip to Boston and Hampton Bench. N. H., the bride will wear a brown linen dv> trimmed with white eyelet lace and white accessories. Tho couple wil! reside at 3-lt Piormont strcut Watnrbiii-y, after August in. The bride attended Moriden high i school and the bridegroom is " graduate of Loavenworth high school, Waterbury. Will Spend Two Weeks At Fort Trumbull Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grant ant son of Olive street left today foi Fort Trumbull Beach, Milford where they will spend a two weeks vacation. Phelan Family To Have Vacation Mr. and Mrs, Gregory Phclani and children, Gregory, Jr.. and Donna Mark-, will spend next week vacationing- at the Housatonic river. Visited With Justine Sanford Miss Jane Anderson has returned to her home in Middlobury after spending tho past few days with Miss Justine Sanford of Chestnut street. Local Residents In New York City Mr. and Mrs. W. Glenn Kit-by of Sweeney street and'Mr. itnd Mrs. S. I. Lyons of Park avenue have -left for a short visit in Now York city. Briti'ih arms production today is 30 times greater 1.1:an at the be-, ginning of tho war. Patsy Natalizio Has Unusual Victory Garden Patsy Natalizo of 118 Ward street has a victory garden that is receiving much favorable comment from residents of 'the borough. It not *•>!]!>' contains almost evtsry common vegetable and fruit I whclh can be raised in this climate, hut also some unusual varieties, such as peanuts, lemon trees, orango trees, watermelons, cunti-'loupcs and a f'g tree which is very rare in this part of the country. Mr. Natalmo. who is employed at the U. S. Rubber Co., cultivated his garden from reclaimed land. It represents many hours of effort and patience und has produced in abundance. - Meeting of Day Nurwsry AH- Houiution, 10 n. m. Friday ut- Nurscry, Water wtrcet. TOMORROW Clumlmko; Teiuilx Making Dept, Col (on Hollow Grove. J.ocul 45. URWA, Dance, Linden-/Park. • ' • : O- 'Derby' Favorite Gets Work-Out The Nlxlh annual running—or rather crawling—of the-Diaper. Derby nt Palisades I?iirk, X. ,1., fimlh a fuvoritc'K work-ntilK being clockMl us well UK photographed just I M; fore some .W tol« start, (International) Weather Report Playful Pussies PATTERN J2I1 It.'s really a glorified house dress. The flattering over-the-shoulder ruffels give it that added femininity which is tops in popularity this summer! Have two or tliree of them in bright, gay cottons. They're a. real summertime investment. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1217 o - u New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut— Partly cloudy with high humidity today, tonight .and tomorrow • with .widely scattered afternoon showers ami thundcrshowers. Not much change in temperature. Considerable fog along the coast. •Easlport -to Block Island — No small 'craft or storm warnings. Boston and Vicinity — Partly cloudy with high humidity today, tonight and tomorrow with widely scattered afternoon showers and thundershowers. Not much change in temperature. The lowest temperature tonight will be about 03 degrees. Gentle winds. Blind Woman Leaves $27,000 To Research Ithaca, N. Y. (UP)—An 82-year- old woman, who believed that if physicians had known more about eyes her own sight might have been saved, has willed $27,000 to Cornell university Medical College, the income to be applied for study ar.d research in diseases of the eye. Blind the greater part of her life, Marie P. Minot alsoleft $500 to the Albany N. Y., hospital in appreciation of their attention to her when she was a charoty patient. A native of Albany, who later acquired a home on Green Island, near Cohoes, in Albany county. Miss Minot partially lost her- sight in infancy, the result of injuries caused when she was thrown from an overturned baby carriage. After the death of her parents, she lived alone, going into business to eke out a livelihood and selling everything from pins to dresses, tobaccos and groceries. She remained very poor during most of is designed for sizes 1-t, 1C, IS. 20; i hcr lifC| hc ;. mO ney coming to her -10, -12 and Size 10, pinafore FtZI 36 PATTERN No. 20(10 Aprons "have become .dain,-ty,v-at7 ractive garments on .their•"•own 1 : You can- make and -wear this J klt- cn-pocketed protector- and feel rim and neat when -doing 1 .-kitchen iliores. Pattern envelope contains hot- ron transfers for -two designs, ibout 7 inches'square; stitch-lllus- ration and full directions foe xpron. Our 60-page multicolored book f Needle Arts containing five'.free. •atterr/s, and many other sujrgea- ions for dressing up your home nd yourself is now available.-.Send our request for this book to the ddress lifted -below, enclosing wor.ty cents (20c.) in coin :to -cov- r the cost tfnd maili'ng -cHiarges. Send 11 cents (coin's) tor. Pat- crn No. 2060' to Naugatuck Dally lews, Nacdle Arts Dep't, P. O, Box 172, Station D, Now York, 3, •I.-Y. i ' • ' First ni-ght .baseball game was layod at Fort Wayne, Ind., in. 1883. everrteen lig-.lits of 4,000 .candle- owcr each wore used, ,....". with sleeves, requires 3 7-8 yards of 35-inch material; without sleeves 3 1-2 yards is required. Ready now—the brand new ABC Pattern Book—the quickest aid to home sewers yet devised. It's a complete up-to-the-minute catalogue. Price 10 ''onts per copy. Order an -ABC Pattern Book with a 15 cent pattern for 25 cent?, plu 1 cent postage. For this pattern, send 15 cent? plus 1 cent for posutg::, in coins your name, address, pattern mini ber und si^.e wanted to Barba'r Bell, Naugatuck Daily News, Pos Office Book !19, Station G, Ncv York 19, N. Y. Engagement Of Thelma Anenberg Is Announced The engagement of Miss Thclm; Anenberg, <Ja.ught.or of Mrs. Netti Anenberg and the late Maurid Anenberg of Waterbury, former local residents, to Pvt. Hyman Ber wisht, also of Waterbury, has been announced. Pvt. Berwlsht is at present sta tioned in HawCTi. Sgt. W- G. Leuchars Home For Week-End Sgt. William G. Leuchars, photographer 'In the U. S. Marine Air Corps, Cherry Point, N. C., is spending the week-end with his parents. Mr, and Mrs. William Leuchars of New street. ' Wary Heffernan Visiting Relatives Miss Mary Heffernan of Bristol Terrace is visiting- relatives in luilford. /acationing At r>Mm*i-n Beach . JJSrs. John Fitzgerald and daugh- 'erV'Bonitfi,- of Fern street, are vacationing at Compo Beach. DROP IN MARRIAGES Boston, July 29— (U?)—Cupid's werage is. falling off in Boston. City Registrar Frank J. Fay reported hat less than 5100 marriage license pplications have been date his year. In . the corresponding eriod of 19-13, Fay said, nearly 400 applications were recorded. BIJY WAR BONDS AND STA&PS in 1927, when she was GG years old, through a bequest from a cousin.- The day after she became wealthy she bought some eggs to eat, declaring they were "the first I have had in years." Though sightless the greater part of her life. Miss Minot did not allow this to make her unhappy. She mastered the Braille system, studied and gave''music lessons, wrote verse, did fancy needlework, and could operate a typewriter expertly. Dies Committee Accuses CIO Group And The New Deal (By t/nitcd Press) The Martin Dies House committee on un-American activities, has issued a strongly-worded- report charging there's a tie-up between .the New Deal and the CIO Political Action committee. In fact, one part of the report, made public by J3ies himself, charges that th" PAC is the political arm of the Now Deal administration. It charges that the people actually running the CIO's "p^liti- cal organization have no background with labor, but arc- fresh out of government positions. Some 70 odd government officials are charged with cooperation with the PAC in backing New Deal office-seekers during recent campaigns. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt also is implicated in the report, along with Secretary of Labor Perkins, OWI Director Eimcr Davis, and Price Administrator Chester Bowles. For example, the report lists several telephone calls allegedly made by PAC officials to Mrs. Roosevelt at the White House. Dies sent copies of the report to each member of his committee. He askdd them to study the material and report whether they preferred to turn it over to Attorney General Biddlo—or to make .1 fuller investigation themselves. Four members indicated there should be an immediate and thorough probe. Tbe attorney general's office said it had received no rfcport from Dies but that if ar.d when it comes, they would study it carefully "for signs of Hatch act violations. Other congressional leaders are boarding trains and planes today and starling back to Washington after a five-week recess. "When the House reconvenes Tuesday, it will busy i'sclf with speedy action 'on reconversion and demobilization legislation. Special group meetings have been called to decide which billn to push first before the House. Improved Aids To Make Post-yVar Life Easy New York (QP)—Wartime- research at the direction oftheArmy Quartermaster Corps •will be reflected in better postwar living mixed cereals, waterproof matches with such improvements as pre- and butter that won't melt except under high temperatures, n survey indicated today. Reporting on what it said were only a few of. the conveniences that will come out of war research, the" September issue of Click magazine listed insecticides sprayed from metal bombs that will destroy mosquitoes and other pests in a few seconds,' cereals premixed wjth sugar and milk and needing only water to make them palatable, and glassware that - is unbreakable. Other gadgets tested by the Quartermaster Corfps which promise to-become civilian aids include cotton pile jackets warmer than the warmest fur, midg4|: can- openers so smali they may be worn on a watch chain, overcoats that •shed water, pianos that weigh only 150 pounds and may bo moved easily in and out of doors, and a powder • Uiat sterilized•• dishes quickly. Dogr Show At Salem Playground Attracts 75 Spectators A pet show at Salem playground yesterday afternoon attracted over 75 children and adulti, who saw a number of dogs, cats, and rabbits compete for prizes. "Butch," a dog owned by Thomas Johnson, won three first place— largest, dog, best of its kind, and nlso first prize for dogs. Midge Brown's "Tillie" won the stunting ability blue ribbon for dog-s. "Tlllic 1 was dressed as a baby nnd wheeled in a doll carriage. A blue ribbon for performance was awarded to Ginger, owned by Bernard Garrick. Buck, a white Flemish giant rabbit owned by Kevin Daly, also took a blue ribbon. A kitten, owned, by Katherinc Lokltes, won a blue ribbon for the smallest kitten in the show. Red, white and blue ribbons were I awarded, to the following dogs: Ginger, owned, by Vivian Thomas; Pat, owned by Allen Davis; Peppy, owned by Agnea Lokitcs, and Toby, owned by Louis Prochlich; and to Baby Ruth, a white rabbit shown by Robert Curtin. ' Margaret Brown was in charge of ' the show, and Mrs. Everett Brown of Meadow street was the udgc of the entries. Vincent H':aly served refreshments. LOW-COST Only 8* a Day For $1000 20-Payment Life for Women at Age 25 Thal'i all it cort»— $2.47 a month fof •ach $1000 of 20-paymen» life at ofl* 85. Annual dividend* ttill further r«due« Ihit coit. During your productiva y*ai*, buy all the insurance you can to meet your nc«di. You won't tniii th« mon»y lor the premium while you're working. Only lift r'nsuronce tola in Connecficuf with lint year dividend and catfi value wifnovrresf/Ycfion.Come in or mail coupon now. No agent will calL NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK NAUGATUCK, CONN. INSURANCE MUIUAI iAVINCS t1»«KS nun Mil n rittm itlpilM kUMi Idmrtw MM! lnh«ii XMip Ink um« •NAMP ; -'• '•• - : -' •:,.,,;.- ..'.-. STREET ' • ' ' • ' CITY . DOUBLE THE WORK Havcrhill, Mass., CUP)—Two cpi- ploycs of the Havcrhill Coal Co. vlll never deliver their wares to he -wnjfcir address again. On 'one if the hottest days of the year, the pair—a driver and a helper—de- ivered ,20 tons of soft, coal to the Colonial theater,, instead of the trand theater, \Njich had ordered he load. They na'd to shovel out he 20 tons and make the deliv- ry to the right address About 17 pot cent of the U. S. ice crop is grown in Arkansas. OPA Odd Lot Release Men's, Women's and Boys' SHOES No Ration Stamps Required NOR WASH Shoe Store NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUOK DID YOU WRITE TODAY? A LETTER MEANS SO MUCH WE HAVE A DON'T DELAY I COMPLETE LINE OF STATIONERY AIR-MAIL V-MAIL PLAIN 'and NOVELTY PAlPERS FOUNTAIN PENS — INKS . 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