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Personal—Social— Fraternal St. Hedwig's Scene Today Of Bridal In St. Hitdwln'H church this morn tf ut U o'clock Miss Melon S. J;i«' lrwlra, (IfiuKhtetr of Mr, und Mr«, Ci'Uchnlckl, 100 School iiti'cct. l>i:«ivmu th« brltjei of f'util A, J.oltltfM, .ton of Mr, und. MfH. Mlehiml t-okltuH of Hu.MtlnKH. f'u. Trm U.i'V. M. K Naluwajk porfo'rmud the ri'i'umony us the bt'ldo wu» ;;lvon In miiiTliiK" by her ftithur. St-rvliiK HM mulcl of honor wn» MI.I.I Mary Kdtllortkl and thu brUlux- iiiuUI wiiti Minn Sophie SodlOHkl, Stanliiy SuelKiriMkl actod UM bout fimn find uMhorinK wufl William Jn»- kli'Wlc/i. The iilUir was banked with whlii- rejtiuM and Kliulloll, and tht rnn.'ilc-al HiM-vIco wan in cnurfto o Tfli-ri'MIt SollWOOkl. '['lit! bride: WIIH attlrud In u sum riicr milln >;own and ClnKurllp veil (unl carried a cancadn bouquet o white ni.'ie.M and ^IddloU. Tho male u! honor worn d whltu not Kov/n with t>Ui(! iiccuHMOi'lua and a llwi of iiMMCi'Cud flow(jrn. and the bt'l ruiilil wcii'u u white not K0\vn with pink ucci'NSfirld.i nnd a tlaru of :IH m,iUil flowiTH. Both carried can- cadi 1 benHjuulH of assorted flowerti At a r-octiptlon hold at tho home ij! tni'- ta-idi-'rf pn-ronts, Mt'N. Pruch- filckl rrcnlvoil In u pulo blue print Two hundred Kuusti) woru present with out-of-town rulatlvow from Ni.-w Yfirk. Nuw Jurstiy and T'enn <iylviirilii, Ohio and Connecticut towns. Thi- couple iiltin a wo(4dlnK trip to New York, Ni>w Juvsuiy and I'l-un.iylvfinlji, the/ bride travolinK in a black and white print dress with while ttccuHMCirlCM, The bride uUi-mli-cl the NmjgfUucIc nchool«, and the bridegroom 1.1 a gruiluuto of HuHtlnf: fliKh achool. He wan ilisch«n:' i (l from the Bth Armored Division of thet L'. H. Army Jan. of this year after Nerving four yi-ni'H, with oversea. 1 ) duty In the Kiii-rjpeun theutof of operations. Young People Present Play A two-act comedy entitled, "Tho Bum" was presented last night by a tfc-oup of young people residing on Noaglu street. The play was tormod succOHHful. Refreshments woru 'sold to help defray expenses on the purchase of a bout. The cast Included: Paul Bendler, Virginia Eundier, John White William White, Janet Mnjeskl,' Raymond Canaperi, Eleanor Irving, Gertrude Luf/.e, William Davlson, Andrew Davlson and James Bor- Local Girl On Few Days Visit MISM I'llonrnir M. Honlan of Myrtie rivenue (s vlnltlnK foe a fi.'W days cm I.onj.; lMlunc.1 and Cape Ci/d. STRISIK'S 10 (.Vnttir St. Wiitorhury, Conn. COCHMHT CARVERS .Vcw Itlmi Tn Cutlery HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR CESSPOOL? USE Starco CESSPOOL CLEANER NO BOTHER — FUSS or SHUTDOWN RELIEVES CLOGGED OR SLUGGISH CESSPOOLS SEPTIC TANKS — DRAINS ' ELIMINATES ODORS - 5-IO-25.SO.IOO Pound CoM*in«n SOLD BY Naug-atuck Lumber Co. C. W- Anderson Takes Woodbury Girl As Bride At an ufturnoon wcddlnfr today nt 3 o'clock In thu First Conftrega- tlorml church of Woodbury, Clayton W. Anderson of Cross street aon of Mr, and Mrs, William Anderson or Mlllvlllc will tuko u'u hltt bride, Miss Ruth Rftlchtinbnch, daughter of Mrs. Robert Rolchenbach Of Woodbury und tho late Constable- 'Rolchonbuch, The Rev. William Huwkcs, pastor, will ncrfoi-m tho double ring ceremony. Attending' the bride will bo Mrs. Philip Wdklron of Atluntn, GA., her cousin, und flower Klrl will bo Wally Wnldron. Everett Andursnn of Thomu.stori, brother of the bridegroom, will serve a« beat man, and u.sherlnK will bo Walton Anderson of Nuugu-tuck, another brother, nnd Richard Davis of WdturAwn, cousin of the bride. Thee hurch will be decorated with mixed flowers find the muslcn) .service will be In charge of Mrs. H twites at the origin. The bride will wear a gown of whito slipper satin fashioned with n fit/ted bodice, long sJecvcs lupftr- Int; to a point tit the wrists, svreet- hu.'irt noekllnr and full skirt cut entrain. Hor Illusion veil of French nut will be.' finpr^rtip Jonfrth und i fall from ;i Juliet cap, nnd she will carry a shower oouquet of white ML-* und Uiby's breath. Matron of Honor Her matron of honor will be cos- tumod in a llf,'ht blue French ornpc t'n antl hcnddrcss of flowers and netting, and will carry a bouquet of pink roses. The flower prirl will wear n blue m>t over pink tnl'i'etn irown with rosebud trimming, rlb- )on.M In her hair and carry /i bou- luet of Hwccthcnrt roses. At n rocnptlon for 200 Ir.' the church chapel following the oere- •uony, tho flrlclo'-f mother \vlll re- Moses-Wilcox Nuptials Today' In St. Francis' Before the gladioli nnd delphinium banked altar of St. Francis' church thin morning at 9 o'clock, Miss Teresa Marie Wilcox, daughter of Mrs. George R. Wllcox, 43 Ward street, was united in marriage with Francis L. Moses, 2 May street, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Clnr- ence W. Moses of Buseey, Iowa. AH the bride was presented In marriage by her brother, Edward V. Wlloox, the Rev. George Dunn performed the double ring ceremony and celebrated the nuptial Mass which followed. The bride was attired in a white nylon gown fashioned with a.high neckline, off tho shoulder effect yoke edged In ulenzon lace, fitted bodice, long fitted Bleeves edged in lace, and full skirt cut entrain with graduated ruffles skirt front. Her of fill! lace in the length veil Here's n finish that won't scuff ofl — nnd •withstands hnrd wear u well as exposure to weather. Murphy E.na m e I See Our Ijirgo Stock of LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS nlHO All Kinds of Fertilizers jn-i-r- __ r_ •-_.. ~— "—- "~ -- - - '-" TOOES FOR GABDKN nnd ii\WN SUOVKLS (long and nhort GARDEN RAKES IIOKS — SPADES rKr/NfNG SHEARS GHASS SIIEAB9 CANS, Inc. ceive In n navy'blue crepe dros.s. navy blue accessories nnd corsuffe of Kiirdcnlas, and -the brldPfrraom's mothnr will attend In a black and white- not dress, white acccsdorlos uric! corsage of red roses, Out-of- town ;.*uoHts will be frcm Atlanta, On., Portchc-stbr, N. Y,. Mount Vornon. N. Y., Middlotown, X. Y.. ; KldKcw-ood, >', ,/., Hurtl'ord, Stani- forcl, Now Haven, Seymour, Thom- iiston, Watei-bury, NnUK^tuck, Oal<- vlllc ;ind TVd-tertown, I^uiivlntf on a wedding trip to an ununiiounced destination, the brldu will »-c»u- u llfrht bhic drevs with navy blue accessories rcsd coi'Hagc of u-ardenias. Upr>n thoir return the couple' will reside on Cross s-treat. The bride: is a graduate of Woodbury High school and Perry Eusl- ties;: ;;ehool, nr.d was employed In the; oldco of Taft school. Watertown. Mr, Anderson graduated from Naugatuck Hljfh scTTool and la pro- prlutor of the Anderson Manufacturing C:>. STRIKE Norwalk, July 2G — (UP)— One hundred and fifty employes of the Yanked Metal Products corporation have gone on strike. Union spokesmen said the walk-out was called because the company reused to grant a closed shop. of Illusion was caught to a bonnet type headpiece faced with or- unge blossoms, and she carried an urm bouquet of long-stemmed white roses and .stephunotis. Attendants Miss Prances Cuddy of Naugatuck, serving- as maid oC honor, wore a pink gown designed with a taffeta bodice, net puff sleeves, sheer yoke with net ruffles and net skirt over taffeta with two ruffles on either side of the skirt front. She wore a pink lace and flowered hat and carried an old- washloned arm bouquet. The bridesmaids, Mrs. George A, Wilcox, Jr., of Watci'bury, and Miss Janice Reilly of Nauyatuck, wore aqua net gowns styled with sheer yokes, off the shoulder effect with net ruffles, puff sleeves of net, and full sldrtB with ruffles giving an apron effect. They wore bonnet styled hats of.aqua net with rosette facings and carried old-fashioned arm bouquets. At a reception for 55 at the Cur- Lis House, Woodbury, the bride's mother received in an aqua sheet- print dress with white accessories, The couple plan a wedding trip to an unannounced destination, the bride's traveling ensemble being i an aqua dress with pink accessor- ; las. ,Mi-s,-Moees ' is a graduate of j Nnugatuck HL^h school and is em- ' ployed'in.'the laboratory of tho Synthetic division of the U. S. Rubber Co. " The' bridegroom graduated from Iowa State college and is employed as a chemist In the 'tech Farm Bureau Organized In Beacon Valley Mrs. Louis Obst was elected' leader of the Beacon Valley.Farm Bureau, which was • organized Thursday at the home of Mi's., Noble Fassctt on Beacon Valley roa'd, with Miss Frances Whitcomb, of the Now Haven county Farm- Bu- rinn in attendance. Other officers elected.were: Mrs. Fassctt, assistant leader; Mrp. Chalrr;; Price, Jr., secretary, and Mrs. Edna Gladding", treasurer, Plans for the group's activities clurinK the coming-year were discussed, with organizational' sugV gestions being given by Miss Whitcomb. .LIU; next meeting of the Bureau will be held Sept. 24 at _the home of Mrs. Harry' Smith on 'New Haven road. Swept Into Sewer By Storm Visited Parents For Few Days Mrs., William M. Chittcnden of Fail-view avenue, who is at her cottage at East River, Madison, for •the summer, has boon with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. John £.. Eliot of Clinton for ix few days. . Local Girl To Be Bridesmaid Miss Pauline Engle of Naugatuck will be a bridesmaid tonight at the wedding of Mias Miriam .Ann Ohambei-lain of Mieidlebury, . .and Hiig-h Philip Simais, of "Boston-, Msiss., which will take place at S o'clock at the Mldtllebury Congre- trational church. XAUGATCCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, .TTJI/Y 27, IMG—PAGE S Maine Legislature Approves Vet Bonus Augusta, Maine, July 27—(UP)— After a bitter see-saw brittle, tr $10,000,000 veterans benefits pro gram has passed both tlie Main house and Senate and has bee signed by Governor Horace Hi drat)]. The G-I Bill now sor.s up fo a referendum in the Septtmbo elections. Fcmuro of the meiisurc is a $15 bonus-—either in cash or insuranc — to each of the state's 80,000 vet c-rans. At the height of a. storm in Bultlnwru, Md., WilJiiim Fvcrn (above), 1.2, was washed Into an open drain, knocked off his foot anil then swept through sower for a mile and half to ;lll outlet whrroi he> was rescued. Here Willinm is shown witl.i his mother. (IiUrrn:ition:il) Returns From Visit With Grandparents William Russell P.'Unier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Palmer,-400 North Main street, has .returnftd hcine ai't-cr spending-, it ; .. f^^wf'^da-ys.. with his grandparents,'';.Mr.' and 1 Mrs. William Rcitd' of.' HLllcrest,. Middlebui-y. Council Committee Meeting Monday The Special Activities commiuoe of Ojeda Counnil, Kniffhts of Columbus, will meet Mcnilny nij-'ht :a tho council i-ooms under the chairmanship of Francis Wcrzliip;or. . Members of the committee are Paul Gnlinfi-her, John J. Healy, Alfred Fratesi, George Grimm, Colc- '-man' iDee^an, Georpe Kennedy, : 'james Rafforty and Willjum Jan Belle To Bricklayer nical department of the . Synthetic division of the' U. S. Rubber Co. Four Granted Nolles In Court Nolles were granted to' four pcr- To Leave On Three Week'Vacation" Bortel V, Olson, 220 Park cnue, will leave Aug. 1 for a three -week vacation at Chatham, Mays. Tildcn Village, in borough court this mom in" ' by Judge Cain'e, presiding. The four wero: Thomas Loy,' 16 Vermont street, Waterbury. violar tion motor .vehicle law; Francis McKcnna, 10 Melbourne Court, vio- Intion motor • vehicle laws;- Ellen Poynton, 50, of 'Rubber avenue, breach • of ponce.- and Chris Pearson, 01. of Ward street, breach of peace. , , , . Dillon-Stahl Engagement Mrs. Florence N. St'ahl of Lur- botville, Pa., announces the engagement of her daughter, Hilda Stahl, 39 Central avenue, to John J. Dillon, son of Mrs. Joseph Dillon, 73 Cherry street. The wedding is planned for the latter part of October. AUTO CKASII Ogunquit. Me., July 27—(UP)'—A Connecticut man and his 14-yoar- oM sin havi> bc^n hospltalizfid with injuries sustained when their automobile was in collision with a truck near Ogunquit, Hospital officials say that 4!)-yoar-old Carl L'inm of -Meridcn, Conn,, has sus- taned a brain concssion and .that his 'son Carl, Jr., has escaped with minor cuts and a "shaking.up." More Northern Lights Tonight Northern lights ' illuminated the sky in the area last evening, treating local residents to one of their periodic views of one of nature's wonders, - The' aurora, which is being caused by the position of the sun in • its disc, will continue getting brighter over the week-end. PERMANENT WAG Washington, July 27—(UP)—The Senate Military Affairs committee has opened debate on a bill which would set up a permanent Women's Army corps. The corps would have 500 ofUcors and 5.000 enlisted women. Enlisted ranks would be oncn to women between the ages of IS and 35. Officers could be up to IS years old. , To Set Dates For Conventions The Democratic Stalo Centra Committee will meet Thursday, tithe Hotel Bond in Kai-tford, at 7:30 p. m. (o set' dales for purtj r;.iuscs and conventions, it was announced today. Party sources believed it like)} hat the stale nominating convention will be held the \vcelc of Sep. 9, in Hartford. The Republican nominating convention is being held Sept. 0 and 10 at the ttushnell Memorial in Hartford. Industrial Council Meeting Monday A meeting of the Industrial Council will be he!d at :2:30 non at the YMCA Monday, Herb Brown, Y Jensen, president, will preside, secretary .announced today. Otto The Industrial Leagues in softball and golf will be up for discussion, concerning the state tourneys that will be held for these two sports in the near future. Otto Jensen and Harry Peterson will report on the Human Relations in Industry meeting, hold recently .it Silver Bay, Lake George^ New York nt which they represented the Jocal council. The Friendly Kitten Fi.it 9 9 1'ATTBUN No. R2I99 This little kitten-pillow with ita u-tton eyes and happy expression, vill look cute on your sofa or will ri.-jke a delightful gift. Pattern envelope contains hot- i-Jn transfer for cat pillow, stitch llustra-tions and full directions. Just Out! Our new GO-page mul- icolored "Book of Needle Aits" ontaining five free patterns, and inny other suggestions for dress- ng up your home and yourself, is ust off the press. Send your rc- uest for .this book to the address stL'd below, enclosing twenty cents 20c.) in coins to cover the cost nd mailing charges. Send 35 cents (coin) for Pattern 'o, R2199 to Naugatuck Daily ews, Needle Arts Dep.u, P. O. Box 1. Station G, New York 19, N. Y. lease include your postal zone umber. (Rcloascd by The Bell Syndt- ate. Inc.) VERONICA LAKE IM- Hollywood, July 27—(UP)—Film star Veronica Lake has had to stop work on her latest picture for a while. She ti.as been stricken with a chest infection. The actress was sent home from the movie lot yesterday with a temperature of 10-J. And doctors are starting penicillin treatments 10 ward off pneumonia. Discovery that petroleum could be produced from the earth by drilling WOB made in 1S39. An average family in the U- S. inl9-JO had 3.S persons, compared with 4.1 persons in 1930, ARMY AIR FORCES 39 YEARS OLD 'Air Power is Peace Power," theme of Air Force Day celebrations. DANCE Every Saturday Night D r, M. TO 1 A. M. st DUFFY'S RESTAURANT WATER STREET Muwlo By Tho Famou* O, I. TWILIGHT TRIO Onco holder of the tide of "Uesi Dressed Woman in Central Eu rope " Mrs. Anne Scliiclc is shown on her arrival in New York aboard the S. S. Orottnlngholm Widow of the noted Czech chemist Dr. Biirnarr Sclii*';, she was arrested hy the Na/.is and interned in tlm-o concentr.-uion c-unps during her four years of durance. The Na/.is made her work as u bricklayer at tho Auschwitz camp. J'oland. (International) Vic Vet rays 'Orville WriRht, bicycle maker The "Wriffht Flyer" testing its wings at Fort Myer, VirginU," turned airman, m the father in 1908. U was a modest forerunner of the powerful planes of powered American aviation. . built by CurtisivWrift-ht Corp durinp- World War II. 1 SANDY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG DICK FINLKY, M|fr. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. • Birthing 0 Picnics BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT CUT-RATE PKICES! SANZERI'S 5'1^'SiSt 20 SAVINGS ST. DIAL 6-0347 Maple St. Tel. 3507 THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Neary Building NauKtttuek. Conn. iThe B-29 "Superfortress" delivered the final knockout blow, to Japan. Designed by the Boeinfr Air- .craft Company, the B*29 ushered in the atomic aze at Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Bikini. The Boeing B-50, even more powerful and of longer range, is now -In production for the Army Air Forces. '•The streamlined post-war AAF sports a powerful new fighter. Built by the Republic Aviation Corp., the jet-propelled P-84 op- heg- a speed of 600 miles an hour, 4ias * range of 1000 mitt?, awf » mvkc c«iUng of more tfean 40,000 fwt, „.. General Carl A. Spaatz heads the Army Air Forces, our first line of defense, dedicated to the maintenance of world PUNNING TO TAKE OR ON-Ti4E-JO8 TRAINING- ? <^eT YOUR CERTIFICATE OP ELIGIBILITY NOW AT YOUR NEAREST VETERANS ADMINISTRATION OFFICE. Prolate Notice Distrit-t of NauKatuck. ss. Probate Court, July 26th, 194G. ESTATE OF Josephine Anderson, late of Nauiratuclt, wi-thin said District (deceased). WHEREAS Application has been mnde to this Court for permission 1 to scjl ccrinin real estate bclonff- in(,' to said estate, as application, on ill.? more fully appears, it is ORDERED, That the forefi-oin«- nppliration be heard and determined at tho Probate OUlcc. in Nuu- fratuck on the 2nd day of August, JfM6. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon and the Court directs said Administrator to jrivc notice to all persons interested in said estate to appear, if they see cu;:so and be heard thereon, by publishing: this order one time in a newspaper havinff a circulation in said district also by leaving with or by mnilinc in let- ers, postafffl prepaid, from Nuujra- tuck. a copy of this order to al parties interested and rosidinpr .vithout the Probate District of Naugatuck, oil on or before the 27th ifiiy of July A. D. :94fi, and return make to the Court of notice g-iveti. Attest, RAYMOND M. SHEA, All Kinds of Trucking—Ashca. Etc, Removed McNamara Trucking- Co. 31 West XuuRUtuek xol.- 8952 KEEP THE YOUNGSTERS BUSY Colored Crayons Books Games . Coloring' Books - •" Cut-Outs, Etc The CARD and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY; STORE • Noary Building SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG C.K.il.. HII«I«I< Kim ttlrivl Co Ilrnrtt CI.EAXKST Sl'OT IN TIIK STATB WANTED ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-6, 1-4 and 1-2 H. P. Tel. Waterbury 4-1694 nnd Reverse Churijc HIGHEST PKICES PAID The WATERBURY HEATING Co. Loaders in Homo Hcatln< SPKING ST. 4-G478 Church St !LEVEL WIND I KEELS .$2.951! WEISS' Ben Franklin Store J52 CHURCH STREET CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY Tel. 22IH 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Philco Car Radios . Immediate Delivery Automatic Phonographs and Record Chan(r«r« M. Barry Keegan \ CANDID 1VKDDING BOOKS 108 Bank St. Waterbury ;; .lone* Moi-Rim Bid p. Tel. 4~5$84 LINCOLN EQUIPMENT CO. INC. 15 Leavenworth Street — Tel 5-0177 WATERBURY 32, CONNECTICUT SAY.' SHARPENING SERVICE Our new automatic electric machine will quickly sharpen any kind of saw:— BAND SAWS • CIKCULAK SAWS O CABPENTER'S SAWS • BUTCHER'S SAWS • BUCK SAWS • 1>OWEB SAWS • ONE and TWO MAN SAWS Band Saws Made to Order . On Our New Electric Welding Machine! Any Size ! Quick Service! Low Prices! FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 t>AY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 106 South Main St. HUDSON SALES — SERVICE General Automotive Repair* B-M MOTORS INC. 80-82 SOUl'IC MAIN ST. Telephone 0441 IT'S TOO HOT To Do Your Own Laundry— Memorize or Write Down This Number CALL WAT. 4-4106 A MERICA /. 1 1 \ a if i

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