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. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1944 Page Thw Personal Social Mildred Weyh To Become Bride Of Norton Kazanjian To Marry Tomorrow Mr. :in:l Mrx. l.i-wis Y\ Si-lliiiKi'i"' „< <'i>nnii llnllmv havi- iiniuniniM'd tlir rllssiKiMilclit i)f tll(>ir flilliK'i- tiT, l.i'l- Mm- Si-IJinuof, tii" Vlijclit Offii'iT .Arthur KclwsiPil. AlfTri-n, sun of Mr, mid .Mr-:. Alifot Alffri-n ( ,r .\llft-tnn KIIITIIN, N:ltli;iitui!k. ,WK- Si'lIinsfiT i> ;i i;rnrtii:iti' of N.uiiiHtiH'U hitfli M'liiiol ;ind is cnti'rlni: ln-r M-iiinr yi-iir nl St. lin- pluuT-. liiisjiltal schiinl ol' tuirs- in^, NVw [favc'M. l-liu'lit orfii-i-r .-\lirn-n received III- >ilvi'r wiri!f«i :il .V:i[>icr Kiclil, Alii.i iiilil :it prexi-nt Is' (llklni; :i enlirxr ;it l'l-.l(l iV Wflil IH'.V'S, Iliirti'uril. lie v:is :ils»'KTiUlmUeil ; ii-um Nuuiratiu'k hiffh st'hool." r ,u V ' ^' hv; " id R - Hancf, pastor 01 the Conjtrepational church, and Kc-v. T. Erudloy Longslaff of the iNaugatucl: Muthoclist church will nfricitttu at the wedding this afternoon nt 3 o'clock of Mis.s Mildeed E. Weyh, -dnuRhler of Mr. »nd Mrs. Carl W. Woyh of 131 Scott street, to Norton A. Kuzan- Jiun, Midshipman, U. S, N, R., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Kazan- 3.an ot' New Haven road, in the Congrve)jationnl chui'ch. Approaching the altar on the arm of her futher, the brido will be atlired iin a white marquisette KOwn styled with drop .shoulder yoke and long bodice bunded with v;rystul embroidery; lonp slecvui pointed at the wrists, and flat-eel smrt terminutins ir. lonjr train. Hur liciiddi'oss will be a waist lenKlh cascade of marquisette drupecl from a small crown of crystal embroidery to match her fc'own. Shu will carry n shower bouquet of gardenias and unotis. stcph- KatJiryn Cronin G u est-Of-Honor At Recent Party A :ii".-.i enjoyable hot dog and (ci;) mast was.held rt-.cuntly at the li'.tn" i.: 1 Mr. and Mr.-. Hugh J. Mc- S!ii'!T,v iif Htghlatul avenue In hon- i.i (,:' Mi.is Kathryn Cronin, who is ''Mi-fini: '!:>' \V'a*t>rbury hospital rni;.^>s' training school ^oon. 'I'll.-:., wiM'f twenty-'me attending ami th.-y presented Miss Cronin v. uli ..i.'tvnil lovely gifts and u.x- (••ndi> he best wishus for suc- Florida Residents Visit Relatives Here Mrs, J;irn*'s L. K.'trt'.'tr and dAU£ ifr. I'attl Anne, have n-t'irni'.l to rh-ir homo in Op.'t I'acka, Kla. !il''i-r visiting .Mrs. Varrar's pur- i-nlK. \Fr. and -Mrn. Kdwnrd Gtir- Kunia nf Wnodlanil struct. Mrs. l''!HT!ir's husband. 5!p, 1-c .[.'inn-.-< L. [-'arrai 1 , i|i-nt. I* stationed .VaViil Air 13ase. :L t'oi'mer resi- at the Miami Mrs. .Lawrence G. Weyh. as ma-! ti-on-of-honor. will wonr a. jrown of blue r.lnon wilh shirred fitted bod- ic-e. swcutheurt neckline, thruc- fiuarter lont'th sleeves and full skirt. A blue flowered tiara wi coinplutu lii'i- costume und her b'ouffuct will consist of blue delphinium and white gladioli. The best man will be Harold G. Kazan jiun. and Lawrence? G. Weyh, brother oC the bride, and P. F.'c.' Charles K. rianer of Syracuse, N. Y.,'.will usher. Wh-ite placlioli. while asters, palms and ferns will decorate the church . and tho nuptial musical •pros-ram Viil be played bv Mrs Charles ilcCleary. The brido'st mother and bridegroom's mother will wear crepe dresses of plum and blue respcc- ' lively. One hundred and fifty guests have been invited to the recep tion to be held in Iho Congregational parish house, including some from Philadelphia, Now York, Greenwich, Bristol, New London, Hartford. New Haven. Milldale, Waterbury and Syracuse, N. Y, A wedding trip north is planned, the bride wearing a gold light- v/eigr.t wool suit with brown accessories. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Xitu^atuck high school and Wcslcyan university where he was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He is ' r.ow attending j Hahneman Medical college in | Philadelphia and is affiliated with .the Alphr\ Sigma ..fraternity.... . v , Miss .Weyh was- graduated from Xaugatuck hi.ifh school and is employed al the Naugatuck National bank. Mrs. MaryPurdy, Bernard Kelly, Married Friday Gcorg'o 1 Currier ;of North. Main street announces the marriage .of his daughter, Mrs. Mary Louise [ Purdy to Bernard 'William Kelly I of Waterbury. - • • •• [ The ceremony took place Friday I evening:, September '1, in St. j Francis' church. ' : ' The attendants were Mr land Mrs. Patrick J. Fitzgerald, cousins of the bride. Mrs. Kelly is employed .as a nurse at the Beacon Fall* plant of the U. S. Rubber Co.. Mr. Kelly is associated .with the U. S. post office in Waterbury. They will .reside at '290 Church street, Naugatuck, Joseph Casper Was Honored At Farewell Party BEACON FALLS Corrcfipondoht'* .Phone 4324 Republican Caucus Wed.,Sept 6, At Town Hall Spitalny-Rubin Wedding In New Haven Tomorrow "Aphrodites" Society Held Meeting- At Catherine Hennessey's The first meeting of the newly | organized society called "The Aph- Edward Duffy On Furlough SL;|. KfUvaid Dul'fy nf tho U. S. Aimy Air PVit-i-f, statidnocl nt 'Cas- Ii--:, \Vyo.. in spi-r.dinu si:V(;r;i! days nf his Imnir rtn I^.-iirvir-w avonuo II" will i-"i>t>rt to Ori-'i.-n.Mboro, IS*. C.j (ir i-tur.pli.t ion of his furlough. rodites" was held yesterday at the home of Miss Catherine Hennessey of Andrew avenue. Those present wore: Ann Marie Sullivan. Frances Simmons. Ernestine iTulor, Theresa Maxwell, Imogene McKee, Shirley Mnhal'tey and Catherine Hcnnossev. Mrs. Philip Rubin of 100 Oak street announces the coming marriage of her daiightar, Miriam, 1.0 Jack Morton Spitalny, the son of Mr. and Mrs, H. Leopold Spitalny of 328 Contra I Park South, Now York city. The wedding will take place at tho Hotel Tat'i in New Havon, on Sunday, September 3rd nt 1:00 p. m. Rabbi William Grecnfeld of Wntorbury will olllciate at the double-ring ceremony. Miss Hitth Greenberg of Clinton street, Waterbury, will be the maid of honor and Irving Husin, a bi-othcr-in-la-.v of the bridegroom, will serve r.s_best mnn. The bride will wear a white satin wedding dress, designed with Jin oval "neckline edged in seed pearls, long sleeves and .1- .fiiirskirt terminating in a train Her lintel-tip veil will fall from ;i headpiece of heirloom lace. She will carry a white Bible with a shower of whits orchids and delphinium. The maid-ofhonor will wonr r.n orchid marquisette .incl lace dn:SK. a matching shou!der-',er.:,-th veil and will carry a bouquet e!' ;c.*x roses. There will ho a dinner for the guests at tho Taft following -,,he Blouse Wardrobe FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING- Local Residents In New York State Mr .and Mrs. Anthony Sticn of Fairchild street are spending Uio week-end in I\Tcw York slate. Before returninjf to Naugatuck they will vl.slt thoir son, John, a member of the United Suites Navy stationed at Lhe Is'aval Training Contor at Sampson, N. Y, Jane O'Donnell In New York City Miss Jane O'Donnell of Fredrick street left today for New York city, whore sho will spend the week-end and holiday with her sister. Miss Justine O'Donnell. ! Nor\vash Shae Store j nsiirn net- S«'<': l-'i>r l>rfii'ii<l:il>|r |.-j ri . Oil Vrnir Furnitur Union City Insurance Agency •J"-i-p|i V. ItDskii, Agunt '•'• Cninn strict Td. .IU2X-21I Elliott Sargeant Visiting- With Family Pvt. Elliott Sar/roant. who stntioncsd at Truex Fluid, Madison, Wis., is spending .-i furlough with his wife and family on Spring street. Guest Returns To Home In BronxviJle Miss Eleanor Flanagan has returned to her home in Bronxvillc. N. Y., after a week's visit with her cousin. Miss Jean Holmbcrg of Sweeney street. SCHOOL SUPPLIES • SCHOOL BAGS • • PENCIL CASES • • INKS • • PADS • • PENCILS ' • • COMPOSITION BOOKS DICTIONARIES . FOUNTAIN PENS ERASERS SCHOOL WALLETS PENS — KVKKVTI-IING YOU NEED — Your Stationer SWEENEY'S ART A>-TJ STATIONARY STORE ceremony. The bride's- mother will wear a long black crape dress trimmed in gold and will have a corsage of orchids. The mother of tho bridegroom will be attired in a bluclc lace dress and will also wear :i corsage of orchids. For traveling, the bride will wear n bride's blue suit trimmed with beaver, a beaver trimmed hat, all gator accessories rind a corsage of orchids. The bridegroom attended Horgon Park Military aca'demy in Illinois and the University of Michigan. Hn is now a senior nt Cornel! Medical college, from which ho will bo graduated on September 26th. The bride was graduated from Naugatuck high school, attended I Connecticut Co:iege for Women, ! New London, and was graduated from the University of Michigan. She has boon scrvir.fr as research assistant at Yale university in tho Laboratory of Applied Physiology. After October lirst tho couple will make their home in Albany, N Y., where the bridegroom will serve as an interne in the Albany General hospital. Tho bride will continue her work in the depart- i mcnt of Pharmacology and Physiology at the Albany Medical School of Union university Sally Fitzgerald To Become Nurse Mr. and Mrs. John Caspor of Hotchkiss street gave a party j <•- cently for their son, Joseph, who left Thursday to enter the service. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Evert Scverson, Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons, Mr. and . Mrn. James Woodfield, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brennan', Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence DufCaney, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duffanuy, Mr.' and Mrs. Thomas Grawrock. Mrs. Harry Up- j with tne P al 'ty. right, John F. Cospcr, Potjjr Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Caspe'r, Mr. and Mrs. John Casper and Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph Casper. : The ]Rcpublican electors of Beacon Falls, will hold a caucus Wod- nesday, September e, at the town hall, at S p. m; Delegates will be chosen to the senatorial, and probate conventions, and nominations for state representative, and justices of the peace will also be held. Christian Hciss, chairman of the Republican town committee, .will jreside. at the meeting. F. D. Clambake Plans for the fire department's lambakc' have been completed, -.ester Forrest, chairman of 1he ommittee in charge, announced his morning:. The bake will ' be icld at the Scymimr Fish and Game club grounds Sunday, Sep- embcr 10. Those assisting Mr, Forrest are Joseph Pickctt, John MurofT, Harold Bend, John Hawkins, Michael Martin, and Andrew Kugcll. Ticket returns must be in by Tuesday, September 5, The bake will be served 'at 1 p. m. n i_ c ij» T -if—""^ Borough Soldier Tells Of Great Welcome Given To Americans By French Dpi. Irving McGowan Writes That Residents Show Ap preciatich To Liberators P. A. Mcctlnjr Tonight The Polish American' Democratic club will meet tonight lit the White Eagle hall at 8 p. m. for the election of officers and the forming of plans for the coming election. All members are urged to attend, as well as all those who are ulllliatcd Luther League Convention Starts In Hartford Members of the Salem Lutheran church will attend the Hartford District Luther League convention which started today in Hartford and will continue for three days. Good Weather For Labor Day Is Promised '.Washington, Sept. 2—(UP)—The weatherman promises good weather for mos: of the country over Labor Day. A special preview says the only hot and humid weather will occur in the southeast—-in Florida—the East Gulf and South Atlantic slates. Cooler temperatures arc seen for most of the Far West. But the only really cool weather is supposed to come in the upper Great Lakes today However, showers are forecast for the southeast and extreme northeast. The week end will be climaxed by a bright full moon tonight and Sunday night. American 3rd Army Ready For Plunge (Continued from Page i) Galvcslon, Texas, is the world's largest sulphur port. Expensive But Lovely Miss S.if/y Fitzgerald of uvcnue wi!l enter the St. Francis' hospital school of nursing in Hart- J'orcl next week. Miss Fitzgerald was graduated from I high school in June, Woman Injured In Fall Is Reported As "Fairly Good" Authorities at St. Mary's hospi- tnl_ reported the condition of Mrs. Anna Mihulko, 33-1 South Main street "fairly j:ood" this morniny. Mrs. Milalko suffered a possible fracture of tho skull rind tho right wrist, in n fall down a flight of stairs 'ending from the side of her home to the sidewalk, last night about 5:30 p. m. A passerby, who declined to reveal his identity found the woman lyinp on the walk and reported the accident to the police department. Showas taken to the hospital in the police ambulance. More .ind more blouses arc need- I cd for the great variety and numbers of .suils -Amerierin women are wearing'. Try th.c daintily ; flowered rayon .sheer :i);>tcrii!.]s, orr franclic ,pastel crepes, dotted muslins for j'oui- frilled blouses. 1 ' -Use handsome striped madras;" 'g o r- us rayons in stripes, or checks for the tailored shirt. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1980 is dc.sigr.ed for sixes 12, 1-1,.-16, 18, 20 and '10. Size 1-1, blouse "'No.' 1 'cquires 2 3-2 yards .of.. 30-inch Tuucrial; blouse IXo. 2, long-sleeves, 2 1-8 yards. • .• •' Ready now—the brand new ABC Pattern Book—the quickest aid to ionic sewers yet devised. It's a complete up-to-the-minute cata- 0£uc, Price 10 cents/ per copy. Order an ABC Pattern' Book with j a ]ij cent pattern for 25 cents, plus Park i - 1 cent postage. For this attractive pattern send 20 cents, in coins with your name, address, pattern .number and size wanted to Barbara /Bell. Naug-n- tucic Daily News, Post Office Box 99, Station G, Ne\v York 19, N. Y. Americans use -wore |.han billion matches each year. 500 Millions Of V-Mail Letters Have Been Sent Overseas Pas Do Calais department. British patrols are less than 20 miles from the Belgian border. And the Canadians increased the pressure against the big- channel port of Le Havre by capturing a town 15 miles to the north. Allied headquarters emphasizes that a final atl.ick has not yet begun' against the stronghold. Meanwhile, the Allies in southern France scored further progress in oil sectors. One Yank column, driving toward Lyon from the southeast, jpeared to positions less than 40 niles from the city. And again there were reports at Allied headquarters in Rome that French forces of the'interior had captured Lyon. The Nazi radio said 3erman troops had been ordered o put down .1 Maquis revolt within the city, but there was no Allied comment. From the French patriot headquarters at Grenoble, 58 miles southeast of Lyon, United Press War Correspondent Dana Adams Schmidt said well equipped Maquis were supporting the Americans in, fighting south and east of the city. Almost directly south'the Americans arc being slowed in their push toward Lyon by rainy weather. And aerial pictures show the Germans ore building up their coving positions below Lyon. On the cast side of the front other American columns swung north from captured rvice and took a _ place colled Conte—eight miles from the Riviera and about seven miles from the Italian border. . And at the weslern side of the front the French scored further Corporal Irving McGowan, Nau- Ealuck youth, now in the United 6tatcs Army in France, writes to 1 mother, Mrs. Effie Cluy of Olive street, to the effect that he a seeing • a great deal of France hesc days. Corporal McGowan, an employe f the U. S. Rubber Co. at the me lie entered the service about year ago, slates that the French >eople arc very cheerful over the nvasion, especially those whose lomes have not been wrecked in !C fierce shelling along the bate fronts. The local soldier writes that- Broadway couldn't give one a better welcome than the French stage for the American soldiers and slates that the welcome is truly from the heart, and not just for show and the big shots. In one town that Corporal McGowan's outfit went through, the French inhabitant had a 3-picce band on band to play American music for the liberating army, and everywhere the people line up with bottles, jugs and pitchers of •wine or anything elie they have in which they believe the American may be interested: - j.'." : '< the HOldier write*, 1* in the HUM clam with tha white mule of prohibition day« here in the State*! In one. town,- the loldier relate*, the French ware BO entb'uilaatic about meeting: the American* • that they practically blocked the »treet« •with their bodies, »o anxious -were they to meet the Tank* at clous range, and. thui be able to prevent their gift*. '' ' Corporal McGowan itaten that it (iurely' makes Ihe American «ol- diera feel good to <ee such demonstration* of good will and appreciation of the effort* that the Yankx arc making toward the liberation of the country. The local soldier writes ihat he * well and sends hi* regard* to lis friends in TCaugatuck and vicinity. Corporal McGowan'* .wife and family now reside in Amenta. Hlx addre** is Battery. B, 46th F. A. En., A. P. O. No. 5, 31331010, Care of Postmaster, New- York, Y. ' ,. - . French liquid refreshments, Corporal McGowan conJJnues, consist of wine, cider, brandy, champagne and white lightning. The latter, Weather Report I O— : • O Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut—Considerable cloudiness with scattered light shower* followed by clearing late today. Fair tonight and tomorrow. Somewhat cooler tonight, moderately warm tomorrow. . Eastport to ' Block Island— No small craft or slorm warning*. Zones of standard time wert adopted in the U. S. in 1883.' Hillside Congregational Kcv. Paul W. 'Peterson The worship service next Sunday. September 3rd, will be held at the customary eleven o'clock hour. The subject of the minister's sermon will be "Enlarging Our Sympathies" . On Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock there will be a meeting of the church board On Wednesday evening at -8:00 o'clock the mid-week service will be held. The service will be one of meditation and prayer. The Scripture passages for the evening will be Psalm 27:1-6. The Ladies' Auxiliary will meet in the church on Thursday evening, September 7, at 8:00 o'clock. In the absence of any special hostesses, friends are asked to contribute some item toward the refreshments. On Sunday morning:, September 10, the' Sunday school will resume its fall program. St. Micna*l'» (Episcopal) ' • Bev. A. F. First Church of Christ Scientist WATERBUKV (Corner Holmes and Mitchell A veil.) For week commencing Sept. 3, 1944. The services at St. Mich»el'« church on Sunday, Sept S, Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity, will be as follows: 'Celebration ' of .the Holy Communion at 7:30.; •_. m. ; Holy Communion and sermon at 11 a. m. Sermon subject "Who I* My Neighbor?" Friday: 7:00 p m. Boys' choir in choirroom; 7:15 p. m. Girl*' choir in choir room; 7:30 p m. entire choir. Full Gospel Tabernaol* J. M. Rclnhardt Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday school ar.d Bible class. 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon and communion. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service, Inspirational sinjpnK and sermon. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Midweek service. {rains toward the Spanish boi-der | s °' cl °ck. in an unopposed advance. As t h e invasion of southern France rounds out its third week, Allied headquarters savs more Hian 55.000 ;>azis have "been cap turcd. About 35,000 of Ihem won taken at Marseilles and Toulon. In Italy—both the British eight!' and the American fifth armies hammered out important today in major offensives. The Eighth Army, at the eastern end of the front—blew a 20-mile hole in the German Gothic line de fcnses, then advanced through foi a four to five mile jrain. Ar.d the American Fifth Army— on a front running- from Pisa 'on the west coast to beyond Florence in centra! Italy—crossed the Arno river at many places. Sunday service, 10:45 a. m. Sunday school, 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at -Tho says Washington, Sept. 2—(UP) Office of War Information Army and -Navy postal services have sonl. over 700,000,000 V-mail letters—to and from members of the armed forces overseas—since mid-1942. _ • . . • Deliveries reached the pe'aic 'last April when the Army handled over 63.000,000 V-mail letters and the Navy over 56,000,000. The OWI says plans arc being made to set up a large V-mail station in France this. fall. This would eliminate, the delay.required.in .pro r 2029 PATTERN No. R30SO Even though you make it for. yourself, a cordctte hat and bap set is still rather expensive—but; not nearly as cosily as a purchased one. • • " . Pattern envelope contains complete easy-to-read and easy-to-follow directions for the above. Our 60-pnge multicolored book of Needle Arts containing .five free patterns, and many other suggestions for dressing up your home, and yourself is now available. Send ccssing and rerouting through England. letters twenty cents (20c.) in coins to cover the cost and mailing charges. Send 11 ccnls (coin) for Pattern No-. R2059 to Naujjatuck Daily News, .Needle Arts Ecpt.,. P. O, Box, 1.72,. Station D, New York 3, N. Y. Please zone number. include your postal The Germans are trying to plug the British breakthrough with a rush of reinforcements, and bitter fighting is taking place for a ridge north of the Foglia river, four to five miles inujde the Gothic line. The line is the last barrier to northern Italy. The Americans—in their offen- sive—toolo a sizeable town. Castelfranco, 17 miles cast of Pisa. Front dispatches disclosed that a major offensive had been in progress for several days. Preparations for the assault were under w over since the Fifth Army won Livorno. Meanwhile, a new development took place in the air war over western Europe. Two German planes—pilotlcss planes—crashed in southern England last, night Some damage was caused but no casualties. The plane were believed to have been so-called "pick-a-bnck" bombs launched from'larger aircraft some distance from Britain. Some time ago Allied troops in • northern France reported seeing one of the machines crash on the channel beaches with a terrific explosion. The appearance of the new weapon—aparcntly a revised -version of the robot bomb—came as' southern England enjoyed a lull, in the robot, bombing:. Last night RAF Mosquito bombers raided . Germany—-concentrating on the- northwestern port of Bremen. ••-••• I "Man" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, Sept. 3rd. The Golden Text is from Psalms 65:1, 4. "Praise waiteth for thee, O God, in Sionl. ..Blessed is the man whom thou choosest, and causest to approach unlo thee, that he may dwell in thy court?.-" Selections from the Bible include the following: "And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever." (Daniel 12:3). Correlative passages from the Christian ' Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following (pp. 288, 258): "Science reveals the glorious possibilities of immortal man, forever unlimiieci by the mortal senses.... The human capacities are and perfected in proportion as humanity Ruins the true conception of man and God, Mortals -have a very imperfect sense of the spiritual man and of the infinite rango of his thought. To him belongs eternal life." Holy Saviour' (Polish National Catholic) Rev. lx>uln . Masses celebrated at 8 av m. 10:30 a. m. St. Mary's (Roman Catholic) Kcv. Thorn** M. Griffta The Masses at St.'Mary'a church, will be celebrated at 7:30. 9:30 and 11 a. m. St. (PoUnh JUman Catholic) . Rev. S. F, NaUwajk , The Masse*, at St. church will be celebrated at 6:30, 8, 9:30 and 11 a, m. The regular weekly . ve»p«r. Mr- vice will be at 3 o'clock .Sunday afternoon. Salem Lutheran (AugURtana Synod) William B. Frcndberc, Paator Sunday, 13th Sunday after Trinity. Text, "Jesus Teaches Brotherly Love." Matthew 5:53-6; 4. Ushers, Arthur Parson, Carlton Shea, 9:30 a. m. English service. Soloist, Conrad Rohs. Monday, 10 a, m. Continuation of Hartford District Luther league convention. Wednesday, S p. m. Parish cab- net will moot at the church. St. Francis* (Roman Catholic) Rev. J.- j. Fltccferald, Pallor Masses will be celebrated In St. Francis' church" Sunday morning at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. . ' St. Anthony'* . Prospect,' Conn. (Roman Catkolto) Masse* will be celebrated at 8t Anthony's church in Procpect Sunday morning at 8 and 10 o'clock. Naug-atuck Methodist Rev. T. Bradley Ixmgrtaff 11 a, m. Usual, service.- ; Sermon topic: "A 'House Divid- inmanuel Lutheran Church Rev, Harold Luco*, Pastor BEACON FALLS United Church (Rev. Harry E. Thonia*, PaaUr) The Everyman'^ BlbV- clau -will meet at the church at 9:30 o'clock with President Clayton Dubola In charge of the meeting. ' Morninc hour of' worship, service will be conducted at 10:45 o'clock,' with Rev. Harry E. 1 Thomat, th« pastor, officiating and dellrerlng the ocrmon. • . In the evening the Christian Endeavor society will meet at th« church at 7 o'clock. St. Bev. Jerome The MaMet tor the' parlahloMra of St. Michael'* chunk will t» celebrated at 8 o'clock, 9:15 o'clock I and 11-o'clock' on ; 8undajr-morn. No scryices this week. Resumed | in^ In th« new oburok OW ectember JO. ' avinu*. "

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