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At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists of half Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent, Southington, Conn. The Queen of the May was Emily Schwak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the king, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King was Philip D'Agostino, of Italian descent

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of the May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of the May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King was Philip D'Agostino, of Italian descent

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of the May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Samuel Mayer Feiner, sheet metal worker at the Bethelem Steel Company's shipbuilding division in San Francisco, with the drawing of his elbow-edging machine which triples production of elbows and saves over 1,000 man-hours monthly. Feiner, an American of Polish descent, was given a Certificate of Individual Production Merit by the War Production Drive Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of the May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King was Philip D'Agostino, of Italian descent

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of the May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of the May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of the May was Emily Shivak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the king, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King, Philip D'Agostino, of Italian

Manpower. Americans all. Husky, bright-eyed Joe Gore, Jr., is a young American of Polish descent who is determined that Hitler shall be driven from Poland and kept from America's shores. An expert machine operator, Joe is one of many hundreds of first and second-generation Americans of every possible background and heritage who are turning out medium tanks for Uncle Sam's fighting men in a Midwest tank plant. Pressed Steel Can Company, Chicago, Illinois

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction; the King was Philip D'Agostino, of Italian descent

Southington, Connecticut. At Beecher Street School, whose student body consists half of Americans of Italian descent and half of Americans of Polish descent. The Queen of May was Emily Shuvak, of Polish extraction, and King was Philip D'Agostino, of Italian descent

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom in the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. Laura Czaya passing cherry pop to her two sisters-in-law who have dropped in on Sunday afternoon. Laura's husband is a Corporal stationed in Arkansas. She works in Symington-Gould, makers of tank, ship, and railroad parts. The sisters-in-law also works in war plants. They are all of Polish descent

Buffalo, New York. The wedding of Cecelia Wrazen and Bronislaus Nowak, who work at Ross Heater, makers of condensers for the Navy. They are of Polish descent. He is temporarily deferred from the Army because of his essential work. They will live with her mother

Buffalo, New York. At the wedding of Cedelia Wrazen and Bronislaus Nowak, who are of Polish descent. They are employed at Ross Heater, makers of condensers for the Navy. Cecelia with two of her bridesmaids

Buffalo, New York. The wedding of Cecelia Wrazen and Bronislaus Nowak, who work at Ross Heater, makers of condensers for the Navy. They are of Polish descent. He is temporarily deferred from the Army because of his essential work

Buffalo, New York. Laura Czaya painting snubbers, a part of railroad car couplers at Symington-Gould. She is of Polish descent and formerly worked at Gould Battery. Previously she was forelady of a WPA (Work Projects Administration) sewing project. Her husband is in the Army

Buffalo, New York. The wedding of Cecelia Wrazen and Bronislaus Nowak, who work at Ross Heater, makers of condensers for the Navy. They are of Polish descent. He is temporarily deferred from the Army because of his essential work. They will live with her mother

Buffalo, New York. Laura Czaya painting snubbers, a part of railroad car couplers at Symington-Gould. She is of Polish descent and formerly worked at Gould Battery. Previously she was forelady of a WPA (Work Projects Administration) sewing project. Her husband is in the Army

Buffalo, New York. At the wedding of Cedelia Wrazen and Bronislaus Nowak, who are of Polish descent. They are employed at Ross Heater, makers of condensers for the Navy. Cecelia with two of her bridesmaids

Buffalo, New York. At the wedding of Cedelia Wrazen and Bronislaus Nowak, who are of Polish descent. They are employed at Ross Heater, makers of condensers for the Navy. He is temporarily deferred from the Army due to essential work. They apologized for the smallness of the wedding, blamed it on rationing of food, talked of how their parents' weddings had lasted for four days of feasting

Buffalo, New York. At the wedding of Cecelia Wrazen and Bronislaus Nowak, who are of Polish descent. They are employed at Ross Heater, makers of condensers for the Navy. Guests and orchestra at the wedding feast

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the living room of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. The wedding of Cecelia Wrazen and Bronislaus Nowak, who work at Ross Heater, makers of condensers for the Navy. They are of Polish descent. He is temporarily deferred from the Army because of his essential work

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom in the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. Laura Czaya painting snubbers, a part of railroad car couplers at Symington-Gould. She is of Polish descent and formerly worked at Gould Battery. Previously she was forelady of a WPA (Work Projects Administration) sewing project. Her husband is in the Army

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the living room of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant