Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 26, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, August 26, 1944
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAIL^NEWS Personal—Social Sanford-Miller Nuptials Today At M. E. Church Engagement Announced Tin- X.-iugatuck Methodist church is bountifully decorated with bouquets of mixed flowers for the wedding this afternoon of ISJIzabcth A. Miller and Harold 13. Sanford. Tin- bride, the daughter 6C Floyd I,, Miller of Prospect street .an'J the bridegroom, the son of Mr. »ncl Mrs. Samuel Sanford of Mill street, will be mixrrtud by Rev. T. .Bradley Longstaff at 3:30 o'clock. Approaching the altar on the arm of her father the bride will be jrownofl In white silk taffeta trimmed in laco. She will wear an orinw blossom headpiece with n long veil completely covering her train. Her bouquet will be of white gljidloln.*. roses and orchids". Mrs. Eiit'l Sanford, vistcr-ln-law df the groom, who is the mnld of honor, wilt be gowned in light rose jillk chiffon with u matching heart- shaped hilt. She will carry orchid and gladiolas. The bridosmnlds. Lee Roberts, cousin of the groom, nncl .Dorothy >rorit."l(i will wear light blue silk chiffon dresses with matching tiiii'ii.i nnd will carry peach glacll- A brother of the groom. Earl, will .ii>rvi> as brst man with two other bi'othors. Dayton of Th.omn.ston, and Marvin of IN'cw Haven, sorv- jri^r a* ushers. \Villliam.Boyd will be the soloist and the musical progrtirn wil', Include "I Love You Truly," "Oh Promi.15 Mi!," and "Because." A reception will be held immediately after the ceremony in the chm-oh hall with 200 attending, including quests from New Haven ThomaxEon. Wntcrtown. \Vntci bury, New York, Long Islanc Plymouth, BeTimny, New Britain Bridgeport and Htirtfard. U'hi'tt the couple leaves tocla> on an unannounced wedding trip Mi'M. Sanford will wear n ki},'f:n.KC !an suit with brown and white accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford are Rradu- ntes or Nnugatucl: hiRh school anc! upon their return from a wedding trip will reside on Bridge street, t'nion City. The Younger Set Party Held In Honor Of W. Treffery A parly was held Thursday night nt the hnme of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hawksley of the New Haven road in honor of their nephew, Wendell Treffery. Mr, Treffery has left to take up residence in Maine. Those atcnding wore. 1 'Lol.s Bar- Jmv, .Lorraine, Shirley Strccman, Jackie Benson, Robert Bell, Dorothey Olstrom, David Olstrom, Tlocrfir Floyd, Alchea Candee .B!;inchie Beekllng. Robert Messner Beverly Tredalc. Shirley Noble Sylvia Tripp, Matircy Tripp, Ann Anderson. Clifford Hawksley, Jr., .Sherman and Roland Hawksley, Wendell Treffery, Butch Arcndholx. nncl Joe Capalla. Interview .Was, BEACON FALLS Correspondent's Phono 4924 Gun Bullets 'NewVoters To Pag• Three SSBB9B Candidates For High Papal Poet » n • fl || f II K0SIPflll' I* ill 1C 1W • UCaVWI * * •*"» Marseillcs; Aug 2&^-(UP)~Unitcd Press - .Correspondent Reynolds | Packard says' an' interview is on I nterview and a guy doing- one shouldn't be interrupted by ma- T he town clerk and' selectmen chine gun bullets, . will, be. in session tonight at the Yesterday Packard was .sitting Town Hall building for the pur n a comfortable cfiair 'having a pose of making new^ voters. Any eisurely cMat with the new police one who is not a voter.and desires ihicf. of Marseille. But it was hard- to exercise, a franchise at the clcc y. 'in a leisurely mariner that he November, should get in iyed for. the floor after he saw a touch with the above officials. To Iiic' of splintering" holes walk night's mectliig will be from 5 to cross the windows, I 8 o'clock. Bullets from a machine gun manned by French fascists were ipplng into the plaster. The new police chief leaped to a. alcony and began emptying- his evolver toward the source of the Club Meeting The Polish Democratic club will hold, a meeting tonight in White Eagle hall at 8 o'clock. re-the Hotel Du Lycce. Some 40 ollaborationlsts. had "holed up" in he hotel in an attempt to wipe* out C, P. 0. Charles Kenny Expected Home Next Week Miss fsabi'l Kenny of North Main street has received 'a tologram from her brother, C. P. O. Chariot Kenny, that he has arrived In Sciutlo, WftKh.. and c.xpecl.i to hi homn tho Inttnr purt of next week Chief Potty Officer Kenny 1ms I'cnn on duty in the Aleutian* for a year arid a hall'. An estimated 300.000 state, county and municipal employes re '•"ivpd sortie form of in-service li'ainlnsr iliirlnir the past year. This snappy jerkin outfit would bo welcome in all young wardrobes! In cotton plaid, the sleeveless jerkin and skirt will give excellent wear; for variety, make the jerkin with sleeves and skirt in solid colors. You'll find it the dandiest of back-to-school outfits for her. Barbara Bel! Pattern Xo. 123.') designed i'or sixes G. S. 10; 12 and 1-1 years. Size S, jerkin, requires i l-.i yards of SB-inch nia- urinl; skirt 1 1-S yards. Plan your fall clothes now! The new fall and winter pattern book, 'Passing in Review" is' now ready —conta'.ns 32 pages of the top hits in clothes the boys in uniform admire —"Date" frocks, street wear, sportswear, clothes to wear on the home front—snappy school clothes for juniors and children. Price 10 cents. For this pattern, send 20 cents, in coins, your name, address, pat- torn number nr.d .size wanted to Barbara Bell. Xaugaluck Daily News, Post O'tllce Box 09, Station G, Xew York 10, N. Y. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) MISS INEZ TOT-USS •;• Attorney and Mrs. Cliiremoiit f. Tolles of Fiiirvien- jivi-mio, nnnomicc the of Mr. Tulles' duughter. Im-/.,, to OrvUl Clnrk, son of Olon Chirk -of Fropurt, Main.:. Th,- wedding, is schediili.-d to take place on Ootclier !!•!. Mary Rose Zapatka Bride Of Walter Adamski ! .police pistols against the rattle f bullets, pouring Into the office from several angles, Packard says he rued tho day nature had! built him on such ample lines. There was' too much of lifm to squeeze j entirely out of 'the line of fire. After a two-hour battle, patriot forces arrived to wipe out' the fascist gunners. French officials report the collaborationist groups arc proving more dangerous than the Germans. The fascists.-arc we'll aware that their betrayal' of patriots to the enemy has doomed them to swift execution when they are caught, j Pennsylvania Miners Vote To Return To Work Transferred To Hospital In Georgia Pvt. Leonard Marchlcwski, U. S. Army, has bocn transferred for advanced tr.'iining to the medical department technician school Lawson General hospital, Georgia. Ho was formerly stationed at Camp Polk. La. Miss Mary Rose Zapatka, daughter of Mrs. Anna, and the late Stanislaus Zapatka of 63 Prospect street was married this morning at 9 o'clock in St. Heeling's church to Victor Adamski. son of Bernard Adamski and the late Mrs. Stella Adamski of -10 Lines Hill street. Rev, Stanislaus Nalawajk performed tho wedding ceremony and celebrated the nuptial Mass following. Miss Helen Zapatka, sister of the bride, was maicl-of-hono:- and another sister Virginia, served as bridesmaid. The groom's' John Adamski was best man .and Stanley Zapatica ushered, Pink and white gladioli were used us tho church decorations. Mrs. Theresa. Soliwocki pl.-iyod the. nuplinl music and s:i.n Maria" by !Rosi:nwcig. A gown of white slipper .satin, fashioned With scalloped neckline, bodice, long sleeves :i.nd full double r.ct skirt with satin camoiiius appliqued on side 1'rr.m waist, to hern line. A beaded .Tulict cap held her finfler-tip veil in place. Shu carried a white prfiyorbook, marked with an orchid. Thc maid of honor wore .1 power- b!i:e gown with a faille taffeta line and a full net skirl, over taffeta. On the left side of the skirt ttii'fot camellia appliques ran to tho hemline. Her headdress• was a Joliu: cap and veil in matching color. . • . . ... . An identical gou-r in pink was worn by the bridesmaid'. •• :' The mother of the bride was dressed in light blue crepe ' and wore a corsage of'rose*. Sirs, Anna Adamski ,an aunt of the bridegroom wore a black silk dross with corsage of roses. After the ceremony a reception was held for tho members of the Tmmcdiiuu families at Sullivan's •Jnr:. When Mr. and Mrs, Adamski , Ie,ft on an unannounced wedding Avo trip. Mrs. Adamski wore an acqua file suit trimmed in white and us- iiij ; r brown accessories. The bridegroom received ii hon-> onible discharge from tho ' U. -S. Army in March after serving for 2li months. Upon their return from their •wedding n-ip Mr. ;ind Mrs. ski will reside at .12 Linos Hill street, Union Citv. Shenandoah, Penn., Aug. 26 — (UP)—-Four thousand 'Pennsylvania miners have voted to return to work in compliance with a federal request. Their eight-week strike had seriously curtailed anthracite production . at the collieries of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron company. •<ejei me hfd( nl ,. Lp c&G.. The company's property was seized earlier in the day by order of President Roosevelt. And a rep- j-csentative of, the Production board of the Solid Fuels Administration ..called upon the miners to resume operations Immediately, .-.A.dispute over wages caused the shutdown. Motor Vehicle Case Continued Firemen's Clambake Thc first clambake of the Bea- icnt will the Rod a; Pincsbridge. All arrangements have not as yet boon completed but will be announced at a later date. To 1'lay Sunday The St. Michael's Crusaders baseball team will meet the Ansonia club on Sunday at Warner's Field. The game will get underway at 2:10 o'clock and a large attendance is expected. Attendance .There was anotner 'large attendance at the weekly Bingo Party held last night at. St. Michael's church. These events arc among the most popular occasions held each .week in the town. - With the death of Lulel Cardinal Mfcgllone, lato Papal tecretarr of State, thcHc two member* of the College, of Cardinal* are bttmg mentioned mont frequently In Rome In connnctlon With the vacant pott, They arc GulKcppc Cardinal PlExardfo (left), formerly, undcrftv^mar> of »tntc, and (rlifht) Ajticllto Giovanni Cardinal CIcOKliinl, Apoiitollc Delegate to the United SU»te», (International) Two Men Sentenced To Prison By Jut Carroll C Hincks Hartford, Aug. 2C—(U P)— Fcd- ral Judge Carroll C. Hincks has entenced a former army officer to 38 months in prison on charges of passing bad checks in Now Haven and using his army credentials after he had been discharged. Thomas J. Collins of Medway, Mass.. admitted he had told offf- cials al the Yale Co-Op in 'New Haven that he was an army officer in persuading Ihenv to- cuh checks toulinr M75 and drawn on a no'n-cxiitcnt b*nk. . . ;.,, Judge Hi nek* »l«o *ent«nc«d Thomas P. Meancy ol Hartford who pleaded guilty _tp charrei of registering- for Selective Service in New Haven under an aa»umVd name. Meancy waa sentenced to a. year arid a day in prlaon". CADET KILLED Amerlcus, Georgia, AUR; <UP)—A Pawtucket, R. t, tion 28 — avla- cadet hag been killed in a crash. James E. Cooper, wan kiHcd when two planes collided while oh a routine flight from Souther Field. Authority To Build Radio Stations Has Been Requested Washington, Aug. 2G — (-UP) — The, Home News Publishing Co. has asked the Fc'deral Communications Commission for authority to construct an FM broadcast station in New Brunswick, N. J. FM construction permits were also sought by the Evening Lead er, Corning, N. Y., and the Advocate Printing Co., Kework, O. Applications for permission to construct new 250-watt standarc stations were received from Courier Broadcasting Service, .Inc. Birmingham, Ala., and Robert W. Rounsaville, Cleveland, Tcnn. O-- Weather Report FIRST STEP INEASYWAtKJNG- Returned From Winthrop, Maine Benjamin and Elsworth Ran dall. sons of Chester Randal! < George street and John Ru.sse .son nt Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Rusxel of Moore avenue have returned from Maine where they spent the summer /it the Y. M, C. A. camp in Winthrop. Improvement In Maine Potato Crop Reported ? Norwash Shoe Store August,-!, Maine, Aug. 2G—(UP)— V state agricultural department of- iclal say.s that heavy damage has j'e'nn .cruised to the potato crop in Aroo.stock county. E. L. Ncwdlck made a tour of potato Installations following the recent heat and dry spell. However, rs'cwdick said that the situation was improving with the fidvent of some rain and he expressed the hope that the harvest would come near the original 60- mlllion bushel estimate. SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOL BAGS • PENCIL CASES • INKS ' • PADS • PENCILS • COMPOSITION BOOKS DICTIONARIES FOUNTAIN PENS ERASERS SCHOOL WALLETS PENS — EVERYTHING YOU NEED — Your Stationer SWEENEY'S AttT AND STATIONERY STORE bodice, scalloped sweetheart nock Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Rccd and family of Phoenix .avenue arc spending several days in New York citv. PATTERN No, R211G In the Naugatuck borough court this morning the case of Edward J. O'Brien of High street, who wtis charged with violation of the motor unti'l stated that Mr .slight accident New Hampshire, Massachusetts Rhode Island and Connecticut — 'air today followed by increasing iph cloudiness tonight and rain beginning late tomorrow. Not quite so cool in the inland sections tonight. E.ostport to Block Island— No small craft or storm warnings. GREENWICH vehicle laws was continued ' VTT T A filP' Monday morning. It was viijlj - H - u£ ' O'Brien was in a last night in the TJOIXT . n U W LOEWS POLI High street area. The accident wa investigated by Officer John Han icy. Judg-e Thomas Weary presided this morning. GREAT COMEDY IS THE 'CURRENT LEAD AT STRAND THEATER Hero's a precious little gift outfit for Baby — daintily ombro'iderocl j bonnet, sacque, bib and booties, all quickly and' easily made. Pattern envelope contains hot- iron transfers for G, designs, plus instructions for makhifr bonnet, sacquc, bib and booties. Our GO-pagc multicolored book of- Needle Arts containing five free patterns ,and many other suggestions for dressing up your homo and yourself is now available. Send your request for this book to the address listed below, enclosing twenty cents (20c) in coins to cover the cost and mailing charges. Send 31 cents (coin) for Pattern No. R2M6 to Naugat-jck Daily News, Needle Arts DopL. P. O. Box 372. Station D, New York 3, N. Y. Please include your ::onr; number. (Released by The Eo'.I Syndicate, Inc.) cngliffumcht '. of Miss 1 Mu'ry daughter of Mr, JUKI Mrs. i'nh.-r of 1 Highland Beacon Fulls,- to Pvt. l-ouls S. Dcllnrln, son of Mr. :iiul Mrs. OUaldo Dellarlo of .PilLsioi!, P:>,, is announced. .Pvt. nelluriii is sfcitioiu-d nt Ciinip Cordon, G:i.', with the ing corps. No dute hhs been for tlic ivrddins-/ ,'..," ••: •-, Photo by Nichols Studio set "Grandpa Hornet" 1 : ]l One Too Many ^ i Houston, Tex.— (UP) — A su'b-: urban bus company found.-a; ,"l»6W net's nest" when it purchased' 'a- three-bus line h'ci-e. ' '" One of the three buses; pur-'. chased v.-jis painted a bright : green •, and is popularly known as 'the' "Little Hornet." A short, time after' sold, the VLittle Hornet's"! 11 was Connor .nppc.irerl on. same route, ..'driving a bus bearing:: the name "Grandpa "Hornet"' 'company oilici.ils say in. a suit filed against him. The story behind the story of "It Happencad Tomorrow." the chuckle-filled comedy now playing at, the Strand theater through United Artists release, is as good as any movie plot. It is also" the kind."of story which could happen only'"in-Holly wood. The plot of'the film deals with the trials .ar.d tribulations of a young reporter on the Evening News of 1S90 who receives a copy of tomorrow's paper from the fatherly ghost of the former keeper of the newspaper's files. Tlic original tale, of the young- newspaperman and his amazing : predicament was authored by '.Hugh Wedlock and Howard Snyder. Dick Powell is one of the few Hollywood stars who can boast that he h a,s . played as many straight dramatic and comedy roles in pictures as ho has sing-ing roles. All that Dick asks of a producer is a,.good, fat, juicy part; whether it calls for. him to air his larynx or not makes- no difference to him. His present role in Rene Clair's "It Happened Tomorrow" calls for fantastic comedy playing .throughout and Dick sinks his teeth right into it. Co-starring- with him in this Arnold Pressburger Production are Linda Darnell and Jack Oakie. The film is being released .by- United Artists and is now running at the .Strand theater.. Aiding and Abetting ,in the romantic lead is lovely,' dark Linda Darnell. Miss •Darnell portrays Miss Sylvia, a clairvoyant who puts on a faJtc crystal-gazing act with her uncle, Jack Oakie. • Most attention-arresting "Closed Set" sign to appear in yearis was hung up on a stage door at Columbia Studios during the filming of "Tho Racket Man," also oh Thc "roaring '20V . . . bobbed hair, six inch cigarette holders plain talk, free verse, hot iozz, im presslonistic art ' and of course prohibition, bathtub gin and gang '' Salem Lutheran . (AuguKtana Synod) William B. Frendberg-, Paitor Twelfth Sunday After Trinity Idle Words (Matt. 12:33-37). Ushers—Miles Berry, Arthur Johnson. Sunday, August 27 9:30 a. m. English service. Soloist—Mrs. Miles Berry. 4:00 p. m. Letters, cookies and coffee for servicemen. The committee: G. P. Peterson, Carlton Nelson, Arthur Parson, .Henry Johnson, Gottfried SlcquVst, Jr., Carl Skoglund. • no the same program. An expose of black, markets, co-starring Tom NeaJ and Jeanne Bates. The "Closed Set" sign read; "Black Market...Try and Get.In." Need,. 1 PS£,. l P.. sn -y> thc .meat was closely 'guarded, • ' • J '•• BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS sters' machine gunnings decade in American history has lived" so excitingly in fact nnd leg end. And no section of the coun try so richly symbolized the rousing spii-it ot tho times as did Ne\\ York's famous Greenwich Village Ir. this production of "Greenwich Village'.' which stars Carmen Miranda. Don Ambchc and William Bcndix with Vivian Blainc now playing .at the Locw Poli theater, 20th Century-Fox has dipped deeply into the colorful melting pot of tho village to recapture its unfettered spirit, its legend, its 'color" and the weird conglomcr- itc of character and bizarre, "characters" which made the village a ascinating hot-spot in the "roar- ng '20's". Tho film concerns itself with the gay and dramatic intimacies of the village's human cross section. No gangsters, no hijackers or outworn violence intrude to impair its gay plot and 'structure as a glittering" musical which aims to provide a_nostalgic slice of one of the most colorful eras of.our time. Don . Ameche, fresh from his outstanding triumphs in "Heaven .Can Wait" and "Happy Land," found "Greenwich Village" a' role to which he is peculiarly adapted..In it" he portrays a young, serious musician who comes to the village from the plains of Kansas in the hopes of getting, an audition for a cpticcrto which he composed. Amecho welcomed the role because it provided him. with a bright vehicle for his musical and singing talents of late dormant, but once a spotlighted feature of 20th Century-Fox musicals. "Greenwich Village" will always bo remembered as the film in which exotic Carmen Miranda became a full-fledged comedienne, .realizing fully, the promise of earlier productions in which she was •relied upon principally for her in- imtable and decorative singlrig.and dancing. The co-hit-on this big musical .program is .','Thrce Little -Sisters" with Ruth Terry. First Church of Christ Scientist . WATERBCKY (Corner Holmes and Mitchell Are*. Sunday service, 10:45 a. m. Sunday School, 10:45 a, m. Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. "Christ Jesus" will be Iho subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, August 27th. The Golden Text is from Isaiah 19:5. "Though Israel be not gathered, yet shall I be glorious in the eyes of the Lord, and my"God shall be my strength." Selections from the Bible include the following: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word vas with God, and the Word was God. And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of' the Father), full of grace and truth." ^(John 1: 1, 14.) Correlative passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following (p. 334): "The invisible Christ was imperceptible to the so-called personal senses, whereas Jesus appeared as a bodily existence. This dual personality, of tho unseen and the seen, the spiritual and material, the eternal Christ and the corporeal Jesus manifest, in flesh, continued until the Master's ascension, when the human, material concept, or Jesus. disappeared, while the spiritual self, or Christ, continues to exist in the eternal order of divine Science, taking away the sins of the world, as the 'hrist hjft always done, even before the human Jesus was incarnate to mortal eyes." Hillside Congregational Bev. Paul W. Fetenon Thc worship service foe the Lord's Day, Sunday, August ::7, will be held at , the customary eleven o'clock hour. The sermon for the day will be on the theme, "Unuttcrcd Judgmcntm." On Tuesday evening- at 7:30 p. m. there will be a meeting;, of the surgical dressing: group at the Red Cross House. On Wednesday evening, 8:00 p. m. the. mid-week service will be held. Our Bible study will cover the seventh and eighth chapters of Genesis.. Following .the midweek service there will be a nieet- ing of the teaching staff- ot the Sunday School. St. Michael'* (Episcopal) . • Bev. A. F. Lewis The services at St.. Michael's' church on Sunday, Aug. 27, twelfth Sunday after Trinity, will be as follows: Celebration of the-Holy Communion at 7:30 a, m. Morning prayer and sermon at H a. tin. The Rev. Richard W. Baxter of Middlcbury will be in charge of the services Friday: 7:00 p. m. Altos and sopranos; entire choir at 7:30 p.m. Holy Saviour (Polish National Catholic) Rev. Louis Kacxbrowsld Masses celebrated at 8 a. in. and 0:30 a. m. St. Mary•» (Roman Catholic) • Rev. Thomas M. Griffin The Masses at St. Mary's church will be celebrated at 7:30, 0:80 and 11 a. m. Naugatuck Methodist Rev. T. Bradley Longstaff 11 a .m. service in charge of Rev. 'laude Welch, .a student at .the Tale Divinity School. Rev.' Lorig- taff will be away next week. Monday — Wesleyan .Service Juild will hold a picnic supper at :30 at home of Miss Rhea M6\v- ey, 84 Rockwell avenue. Business iccting will follow Et. Hedwig's (Poltoh Roman Catholic) Kcv. S. F. Xalawajk Thc Mas*e« at SL church -will be celebrated at 6:30, S, 9:30 and 11 a. m. Thc regular weekly vciper aer- vice will be at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. St. Francis' (Roman Catholic) Res. J. J. Fitzgerald, Factor SERIOUSLY MX Boston, Aug. 26—(UP)—The Argentine consul at Boston is seriously ill-with heart disease, at. a hospital. Eduardo. A. .Artayeta was stricken as he stepped from his automobile in Brighton. His wife Blanca was summoned to his bedside at. St. Elizabeth's hospital. Pull Gospel Tabernacle Postern W. G. and Bcrnlce Hunter Manses will be celebrated In St. Francis' church Sunday morning at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock..;. St. Anthony'* rro»n*rt^.,Oooi». • . (Roman Catholic). . , •; Masses -will bo celebrated, at St Anthony's church in Pro»pect Sunday moinlng at 8 and 10 o'clock. H, H. Shelley Sunday 9:30 a. m. Sunday school Bible class , and 11 a. m. Morning worship with sermon, "Watchman, What of the Night?" 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service, with an inspirational song service. Sermon topic: "The World's Biggest Fool." Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Midweek'service; special. speaker. Rev. Roy Smuland. district superintendent of the General Council Assembles of'God. • St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Rev. O. H. Bertram j .Combined . ou.ting rind service .at R'ajrtkwlch ~;t*rm. Service • at 12:90. BEACON FALLS United Church; '^ v (Rev. linrry E. Thonia*, PMtor) .-. Tho,Everyman'• Bib'p clat* will meet at the church at 8:80 o'clock with President Clayton Dubo'la In chargre of the .meeting-....;. , i Morning-hour ot worship icn-lct •will be conducted at 10:48 'o'clock, with Rev., Harry E. Thomas, the pastor; officiating wid dellv«rln» the ocrmon... " ' " '.; .-.- , In the evening the ChrUtlanEn- deavor society will meet it the church at 7 o'clock. St. HichMl'i (Roman Catholic) B«». Jerome Ooofc, PMtor • The Masses for th« parlshlonw* of. St. Michael's church ^will.b* celebrated at 8 o'clock; •: IB o'clock and 11 o'clock, on Sunday morn, ing' in the new church ~ ~ ' aveout, - • -:

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