Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 3, 1944 · Page 3
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MONDAY. NAUOATUGK DAILY NEWS Pag* Throe Personal — Social — Fraternal local Couple Married In St. s' Church .oi'S'i- Dunn officiated a ,• riii-f.' I'orc'mony Sutur in. in SI. Fnincis' chat ss Ad:v M. Biirtomioll nf Mrs, Afntild.'i .tin." Knsign Francis J. Sugruei Weds Elizabeth Connolly A mil j»y" ! »'ii'''i aurri™ •jic iini n Uois'iin of Maple Ciiy. . iiii'ur " ml Harold Ki-g:in :ii.'in. Mis." Frar.cc;' T-I m!"t. playiul !ho nuptial ! sun;; "Avo Maria" .ift An ' Tin 1 l i r navy b:':.l*'. who w "' s k'iven In V I'V her brother, Tony "i.iii. was attired In a white I'siitnod with NfUiri top with sli'fvvs and .full chiffon i»h liuiu" train. Hor finjior- fi'l! from a core net of or- ilii-.'ums and she curried a nf wlii'.c and ])inii swuot- fliiil C'".vii. made similar to oS wa.< wurr. by the nuiid- • wi'.h .1 lu-.ii't-shiipecl hut J 'i-muuod in yellow. Her w s i''.>:nf-o*L'd of yollow iriili-'A tnothor w.is attired lihii- inul wor>- r. corsage nurs. A pdiiJiv blue onsem- wurn iiy thi 1 mother of Ihe D;D. and he 1 !' cors.'itic was iTOi'iitmn was \\f\t\ in Odd TTe'.- '- hall fur ;ibnut HlO guests, in- il::i« ;'i>ni" from .New .Haven. .\Viv- Uril.'iii'., Saybrook, Derby, Wa- bury. Inir.hiiry. An-Jonl.i, PrOs- (, f( ;!. N:r.ii;:iturl; inul New York. OM Ihi'-ii wi-diliJii; Irip to ACUin- t!c Ci:y, :hi: ln-ldo wnro a black .«bw iid'-s ami wlii'.o accuhsorii.'S. Ti'.fj 1 will In 1 at lion n.. al'ter July s u; ill Miijil-.- street. Daughter Born To Major And Mrs. James P. Patterson Annouro.">irn'-nt is mado of the M":; of ;i daiiifliti'i 1 to Major and Mr.i. Jumps P. Patterson of Wash;,.-'iii. D. C.. o.-i Juno 2fi. Major Patterson Is a Tormer resi- il.•:-,!. of Niirih Main slri.'ut. Nauga•k. A.'niiviTsiiry nnd ^V^ 1 cltllng Oilii-s A Sjiccliilty CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TKI.. 3(i7» tary \v.>dding took place Nr.Uirt'ay ni.>rning in Waterbury v.'lion Miss; 'Elis-.-ibpth Ward Con'- iiiilly. d.-iughter of JaniOK .1. Connolly of Griggs stroot and the lute Kllv.ahoth \Vrird Connolly became i hr hriclo of Ensign Francis Joseph Sugi-uo. U. S. N. n.. son of the late Mr. jind ifr.-t. Miohiio! Sugrtic uf N'j'.u.'riilucU. Tin; ceremony wus porfiji'inud by R u \-. Francis J. .-<ugruo of Greenwich,, a cousin of thf bridi'gfoi-.m, at fl n, m. in St. Thntnii-i' ehuroh, Wnterbury. Tho bride wore th« wiiddintf gown of her sister, Mrs. Christu- pht>r Francis .Han Icy. It was an original Elivuibetlmn model of bhish pink satin r.ishionod with fitted liodiop, log-o-mutton sleeves and full skirt cut entrain. A t'loor- n veii in thriv tiers was :it- tachcd to nn orchid hunddross and she carrioil lic-r nicithcr's prayer liuok marked with orchids and lilies of the 1 valley. Mrs, Christopher F. Hanlcy wr.s matron-ol'-honor and tht 1 bridesmaids were Miss Gertrude Shanney of \Vatoi'hury and Jtiss \'ir- v;ini:i Grot':' of Xew Britain, class- nmtos of the brido at Teachers' f.'u;li.'gi'. Xuw Brilain. .Knsign John P'ranCM.i Million, U. S. N. R.. Manchester, X. H,, a rlns.sm.iti> o!' the ut the Midshipmen's •iiihool. Columbia unis'L'rsity. was st man. The ushors included l.'imos Mahan of Naug.ituck, Jolin .'.'. Connolly, tt brother of the Ijn'de, Harrington Park, X. J., L. 'Ells- .vorth Ni'iiry, Bod ford Village. N. i'., »nd William Fittipoldi, a 1'orm- -r clnssmato of Ensign Sugruo at \Vnslilngton nnfl .Ler univorsity. Mrs. Hanley's hoavo'n iilue net gown WHS designed with n 1'ailli; bmlic' 1 . an alibrevintccl sweetheart 'neckline trimmed with net, nnd cornplimpnti-d with a cascade bcu- qurt of pini< camrii.ions to corres- {Kinit withi her floral tiara. In the sruni' design were the mist pink frockr 1 . wurn by the bridesmnids who won? tirij.'tf'i blossoms in their i'liir, similar n> the flowers in their paxc.Kio hou(|iu>ts. J-'orns ;md licid {l.iisios dccoratc-l ;li(- Coppt-r Kiittli- for tho reception held for 'Jili') guests. Miss Margaret C'Hinnlly. the bride's r.unt. received in a Navy blue sheer with an orchid cors.'iA"^, a. F H) tho bridegroom's aunt, Miss Margaret Sugrue. in p;i;i v bill'- *.^ith fi corsngc of roses. Tho bride wore H black summer j am! sliei'r with a whito starched laco hat when tho couple left for a trip to Clf'iLi'w:! tor Boach, "Flu., whore they will visit the. 1 bridegroom's brother, Thoma.'i Suf-rue. well kruwn ruiLhor and writer. 7Cn^lgn Stigi'iie if! ri gradunto of N'uugatuck high school. Washington nnd Leo university nnd recent- ly was commissioned 'nt tho U. S. N. R. Midshipmen's school, Columbia university. His bride Js :\ graduate of Crosby high school, Teachers College of Connecticut, JVo«- Britain, and attended the graduate school, Columbia university; New York city. Marie Furtado, RagnarA damson Married Today Miss Marie l-'urtii,do, daughter of Mr. ivr.d Mrs. M. Furtado of Pond street, and Ragnur F, Adanison, •son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Os- c:u' -AUanison of 51 Park avenue, | wore married this morninj, r at 10 ! o'clock in St. Francis' rectory by I Kev. Albert Taylor. The .VLtenckuits were Mr. aiid Mrs. Anthony J. Furtado, brother und sister-in-law of the bride, of Now Bedford, Mass. The bride wore an aqua silk jersey diT-ss, princess style, small brown hat with veil, long aqua i'lovos nnd brown shoes. Her corsage was composed of red und white roses. A yellow dross nr.cl brown ac- co.-isories wore worn by the ina- tron-of-honor. * . Mr. and Mrs. Adnmson have left 0:1 an unannounced wedding trip.' Pauline Bora, Clayton Skelly, Wed Saturday Mr.-Mrs. E. Hess Entertain With Picnic Supper Olllccrs of Evci'/JToen chnptfir, O. K. S., v<M'c entertained :it a picnic suppnr Friday evnninj: at Uio home of Mr. nnd Mi's ICdmuntl O. Hess of Bristol tormcc. Attending" wen, 1 :. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Downes, Mr. rind Mrs, Arthur N'clson, Mr. nr.cl Mrs. Norman Bovny. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Rcud. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lundin, Air. nnd Mrs. H.irold Stinso:i, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson. Mrs. .Louis Kuun, Misses JD.sthcr nos Anderson, Mrs. VV. J. Mrs. Nohlo Allan, Mrs. Armstrong Dtirr, Mrs. MKdrcd Hnir and Miss Christine Bndyar. The wedding of Miss Pauline Bona of Locus! street, daughter of Miv and Mrs. Stephen Bona of. St. Albnns, N. Y., and B, Clayton Skelly, son of Mrs. Irene Shelly of Ward street, took place at 9 o'clock Saturday morning' In St. Mary's church. Rev. Lawrence Sltelly, chaplain of St. Mary's hospital, Watorbury, uniled the couple in marriage. , j Miss Frances Slcclly, the brldo- j groom's sister,- was maid-of-honor, and Stephen Bonn, a brother oC i.ho 1 brido, served ax best man. The bride was attired in a white gown styled wiMi salin top ond net skirt terminating in a train A white satin tiara held her fin ycrtip veil in place and she cai I'iod a shower bouquet of whll, roses. A pink mousstlinc de soic gow and a pii-.k .salin tiara with shoi veil was. worn by the maid-ot'-hon or. She carried an old-l'ashiono bouquet. Mrs. Sltelly, mother of the bride groom, wore a two-piece pin] dress, large pink hat aivd whit accessories, and I he mother of th bride worn a blue print dress anc while accessories. Fitly giiesst were present at th reception held at Sullivan's inn at'iur the ceremony. For traveling, a green prin (I'.rc.ss, white ont nixl white acces sorie.< were worn by the bride. On return from their wedding Irip Mr. and Mrs, Shelly will iWlde on Cherry street. Pvt. Ruth Baummer Completes Basic Training- In WAG Pvt. Ruth Eaummer of Field street has completed her trnfni-ng in the Women's Army Corps at Fort tiglethorpu, Ga., and h:is arrived at. Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, where she will bo assigned to duty. jilnlisteO Waves outnumber enlisted Navy "men -two to one in Washington on duty with the Navy according to Nuvv Bureau of Personnel. t h e Return From Week-End Visit Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Plielan nnd children of North Main 1 street havo returned home after spending the weuk-end with relatives at their cottage at the . Housatonic river. Martin Schluensen Leaves For Fort Dix P. F. C. Martrti Schuensen left today for Fort Dix, N. J., alter spending a furlough with his parents on Porter avenue. Talbot Family At Laurel Beach Mrs. Joseph K. Tally' anu children of Walnut terrace are spending ihe summer months at Laurel beach, Milford. Business Meeting At Hillside Church A quarterly business meeting of the Hillside Congregational church' will be held iliis evening at .8 o'clock ,-J. the church. Mrs. Wm .McDermott Entertaining- Sister Mrs. Frank Glynn of Hartford is visiting" hoi- sister, Mrs. William McDerir.ott of Norlh Main street. There lie goes agnin — out to pour more destruction on the Axis — once more to face the death of enemy fighters and flak! He v/on't hesitate to go Otic on Ills fifty- sixth or his hundred and fifty- sixth mission. He knov/s he might not come back, but he keeps on going — giving more • _ and more until the Hitler and 3) MCSSIOM Tojo crews arc ready to "call it quits." This is only your fifth mission — and a mission which is mighty easy in comparison with the ones he makes every week: Stay in the tight by welcoming the Victory Volunteers—at least doublcyourBond purchases and then keep on. Yourbuying means "bombs away" for the Axis.' WAR LOAN - BUY MORE THAN BEFORE War Speeds Merging Of Indians With Whites Berkeley, Cal. (U P)—California Indians have mixed and merged with while Americans ' since .the days of the gold rush because many of Die Indians, particularly youn.g women, movp.d away from t.'io region of their ancestral tribes and resettled In areas of dense population, '• ' Prof. S. E. Cook, physiologist of , l.hc University of'California, pre- j sen led the. findings of a recent I sludy of Indian population' statls- ; tics in a technical journal; Human j Biology. j He pointed out that the major- i ily of California Indian tribes ney- | or were rcservationized, but wera i left to merge as best they might, j Now more than ana In eight • has moved to predominantly white areas. The. rate was accelerated in recent, years because, of Uie.'-depression of the 1930's 1 and 'the stimulus of war employment. : '• Cook found that few Indian men j marry outside their own people. j However, man-y Indian women marry men of other races -and move to centers of agriculture n,nd industry. .'''• Sponsored in the Interest of the Fifth War Loan by MICHAELS Jewelers GI'S HOLD ART CONTEST Aberdeen, Md. (UP)—The Army, Ordnance Provinp Ground here recently conducted an' art contest for GI's stationed on the post. Contributions were limited to . art work—painting:, drawing:, prints'or sculpture—done as a hobby and for non-commercial purposes. Ninetysix dollars in purchase orders on an artists' supply store was awarded to fledgling RembrandtB In khaki. BUY WAK BONKS AND STAMPS Dropping Bombs, Shells On Minsk (By United I'rens) Bombs, shells and guntirc hav descended on Minsk — biggest bus tion guarding the invasion route to Warsaw and Bcrlhi. Giant columns of Soviet artil lory- smothered the citadel undei a blazing 'carpet of fire. Russian tanks, infantry -and cavalry have massed solidly behind the gruJ position*, poised for the signal to storm the last German lines when the softenlng-up preparation 1 has been completed. The frontal drive on Minsk was launched from positions less than 12 "miles" disiant. Front reports Indicate l.hc Red army has alrcaily seized important outposts of 'the city. Soviet fighters and bombers hold complete mastery of the air. They are flying in low level attacks over -Ihc bosc— strafing enemy troop concentrations and blowing' up military strongpolnts. . Within the embattled fortress— Soviet guerrillas arc engaged in ferocious street fighllng against the Nazis, Other pa.rllsu.iv squadrons—'according to a Pravda dispatch— are operating in force against Gorman communications along the entire While Russian front. They are reported to jiavc smashed great numbers of bridges, and blowr.i up some 12,000 freight cars. .. As the Minsk garrison braces itself for l.hc mJg'hty blow from the east — the jaws of a huge pincers arc closing from the west. Latest reports place Ihe twin thrusts 54 miles apart — anc 1 advancing .at aj pace that promises the complete j envelopment of the citadel in a matter of hours. The Red army has cut all Ihe railways and the chief highways running west from Minsk, In Celebration Of Anniversary A picnic and outln»f wan held it Bnummor's Grove Sunday, July 2, In honor of Mr. and Mrs, Carl Sandbolom of Mill stree!. who celebrated their eleventh wedding an- mlvursary. . . ' ' Present were: Mr. and Mra. John Burke and family, Mra. Elizabeth Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. John Davoy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller, Mr.' «nd Mrs. Arthur Vlellntte and family, Mr. and Mra. John. Gothbcrg and family, Mrs. Mary Dumas, Mrs, Anna Tomkus, Mrs. Hilda Burke, Mrs,. Frances Thompson, nnd family, Mrs. Joseph Castodio and family, Mrs, Asa Anderson, Also Mrs. Patricia Ambrose, Anthony Kindlas, Joseph Rad/.evich, Mrs. Ella Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roucci and family, George Dumas, Harriot Anderson 1 , Anderson, An'.hony Salvatore, Hen- •ictla Langcll, Grace Langell, Arine Van Bomcl, -Axic Sandblom, and P.F.C. Robert Anderson. Fish, Game Club .j Has Fishing Party On Housatonic River Marine Veterans Join Public Relations Staff Selle Granted Nolle In Borough Court In borouRh court this morning', iValter Selle received a nolle on >aymcnt of five dollars on a charge f driving' an automobile without irst obtaining an operator's pcr- lit. Scllo was errested by motor ye- icle inspector Edward Cotter, who is in the borough checking up on automobile equipment. Jumcs C. McDonald of Grandview avenue. Waterbury, received a nolle in court Saturday, and Anna Melneck of TJeacon Valley road was fined $10, both on a simiJiar charge as Selle. The NauR-atuck Fish and Gnmc club enjoyed a fishing pnrty near Cornwall on tho Housatonic river yesterday. About 25 members' of the club made the trip. Peter White caught the lonpcot Huh, a brown trout that Weighed two and a half pounds. Henry Oca- neck caught yic heaviest, a baiw of two pounds and 11 ounces. Joneph Valinchcs landed the Bmallest fl»h, six-inch brook trout. The trip was arranged by Walter A. Gvsscck, chairman of the entertainment committee of i.he club. Mr. Gesscck announced this morning: that the club's annual clambake will be hold September 3 nt Schildgcn's grove. Ticketu will be issued soon. NOT HIS II)KA OF WELCOME Independence, Mo., (UP)—When C. H. Wnkeman arrived in Independence from Kansas City to take over a new job, he found a grave monument establishment had a large stone with the name "Wakeman" on it in its display window. The new . resident remarked. "I have been around New York (UP)—Three veterans of Pacific combat havo been assigned to duty in the Marine lorps Public Relations Office here. Capt. Patrick O'Shecl, 29, who has been appoinled offlcer-ln.- charge of J.hc slaff, was wounded on Bougalaville last Nov. 7. He, . , ,. . ,. _ , ,. s the Purple Heart and Ihe I some ' but thls ls the nrst umc Bronze Star for his work in the escue of other wounded. Lt. Diggory Venn, 27, formerly of i.he San Francisco Chronicle, s a veteran of the Guadalcanal campaign and holds the Presidential Unit Citation for his .work j.s a combat correspondent with the 1st Marine Division, Mast. Tech. Sgt. Eugene L,. Ward, 30, a former New York Daily News reporter, served as a combat cor- espondent in the battle of Tar- that I have had a monument erected to me on the day of my arrival in any community." A signature "X" ha.s no! always been a symbol of illiteracy. In ancient times it was required on all signatures as a profession of good faith. . HUNTS AH just alike—but each' brings a lo«d of fun to someone. Your friends •t homt, the men *t>d women in the service will enjoy extra print* of your receat Kodak snapshots; B* sure, to order enough to pass along .-;;• and still h*r« one for the' album; SMART, NEW SUMMER DRESSES YOUR KODAK DEALER SWEENEY'S Art & Stationery STORE Prompt, Expert WATCH & JEWEr-RV REPAIIUXG William Schpero ,Jnwc\e.r 180 CIIUUCH ST. — 1 Flight Up — a-wa. He, too, .holds a Presidential Unit Citation for service with the 2nd division. "dyne's of Course" That's right, dyne's is the place to go for handsome gifts, gifts that arc treasured. CLYNE GLASS SHOP \ ! 2fl Harrison Avc, Wnlcrhury NEW GLASSES Wednesday, July 5, Summer School. Still time to enroll. OF COLLEGE COMMERCE Egg Beaters Walt Can Openers Dish Drain Racks Clothes Pins Portable Ovens K^^B_ AK^KB NAUGATUCK HARDWARE XEAKY BUILDING Tel. 5212 E C I A I. — — S V 32-PIECE DINNER SET (for 6) *4.50 CCHNEER C ** CBfOlT J|Wlt.r«S *^ OUR PRIVILEGE... Our fighting men have the right to know that we are standing behind them. We can prove it by our response to the Fifth War Loan. \Vc are not asked to sacrifice anything. We are given the privilege of supplying our gallant soldiers with the weapons they need, by lending money to our country. 5* WAR LOAN THE SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE COMPANY WAR BONDS MAY BE PURCHASED AT ANY TELEPHONE BUSINESS OFFICE V

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