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WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1944 NAUOATUCK DAILY NEWS Personal E»»»^^»^^s» Julia McCarthy Mode Of Th * Moment Raymond Hughes Carried July 3 „!,«• of jitrcol '"^'diiirch/'Ncxv Haven, whore 'John J. Hurko. imcl.: of the j'Y,'i-noni, Is pnstor. Rev. Joseph ie.1 MI* jtralford Mrs- jtster c ni-ci* °- Cartliy. bi-olhor of the groom, por- 1 thi* ceremony. Father Miii'Ciiroi Mary Nowack of nlooo of !he bi-ltli>, was ,.,;ii)r. and the best man ^"'joVrT'j. McCarthy. Solos wen 1 romlorotl during and /I.r'tho nuptial high Mass by Kay Hunting i>f Hartford. K of th" bridegroom. Throe the hrldo, Helen Ann Mc- .fi'.nnr.o Nowaek and Maty sorvoil as ushoretlcs. dinner was served for ;o familial in St. Pe- f Mrs. Hoot of New i>runnl Garrick pro- j'j'jj jit thf piano at the reception. Mrs. WillianVWyatt. And Son Visiting 1 ' Relative? In Bantam Mr*.' William li. \Vyatt and -sort, 'il'liJ'ni. Jr., of I'itty.hiirgh, Pa., . ( visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. R. : ih.-'ir summer home at lake. Hnntam. Conn. ,>]o Imtni'dlato Vs P^"-" t! h IB-'in cli.irgc ' ' Yorker Is Vacationer Here Jamt'S Gilbert, former Naugattick roitli-'iit. but who has mnde his home in •"•'•• w York city for the pasr Ifi yi-nra. is spending his vn.cn- tion with roiutiws in the borough. Mr. Gilbi-i-t is now employed "by Ihe fjnltt'd .statr'.t Kubber Co. textile division a"d recently visited (ton plunt of thr> firm in Hogans vilU 1 . Ga. Ladies' Aux., A. 0. H. Meets Tonight • A rcRiii.ir nitv.'tlng of Iho Ladies' niixl'.iitry, A. 0. H.. will bo held thin evening at H o'clock in Hi- b«rnlnn hall. Action will be tfik- rr. on the doalli of Miss Kuthorine Daly. -Loral Family Is At Bantam Mr. rtnd Mrs. Eric Gabrlelson and family of May street will i.por.cl !hf .-ummnr months a( Bantam Uki\ They already 'have opened their cottage nt l-he resort. Elaine Grieder Honored Guest At Shower A Fresh, Glean .-Look VATTERN mill The hat in this combination adapts tho flattering lines of the •Dutch cap to the current "head uuriil" mode. The matching- bag roomily accommodates all your what-nots. Pattern -envelope contains complete ensy-to-rend and easy-to-foi- low directions for the above. Our CO-page multicolored book of Needle Arts containing five froe patterns, and ma'ny other suggestions for dressing up your home and yourself Is now available. Send your request tor this book to the address listed below, enclosing twonty cents (20c.) In coins to cover tnc cost and mailing charges. Send 11 cents (coin) for Pattern No. P-21M to Naugatuck Dully News, Needle Arts Dept., P. O..Box 172, Station D, New York 3, N. Y. Plvase include your postal zone number. Miss Elain.e IT'. Gricdcr of Fuller street was entertained recently at u miscellaneous shower given at the home of Mrs, Frank P. Mc- Dcrmott of Auburn street. Guests present wore: Mrs. Anne Brownlow, Mrs. Charles Holmes, Mra. Hilda Marsden, Mrs. William Kurtvv Mrs, Lillle Millwarcl, Miss Bridget Joyce, Mrs. William Connelly, Mrs. Thomas 7rfcDormott. Also, Mrs. Herbert. Mai'iden:, Mrs. Henry Gricdor, Jr., Mr». Stanley Motcjaitis, Mrs. Walter. Baldwin, :Mrs. Ruth Tuylor, Mrs. Frank McDermott, Misses Joan Baldwin and Kosena Pctcr.'ion. Also, Mrs. Henry Gricdcr, Sr,, Mrs, Arvid Peterson, Miss Sally Grieder, Mrs. Edward Daley, Mrs. Mary Shanley, Mrs. Margaret Kel- | ly. Mrs. Albert Doughty, Mrs. Waller 13akor, Mrs. Florence Clayton arxl Master Thomas Brownlow of Denver. Colorado, Miss Gricdcr will be married to Petty Officer William A. Connelly, U. S. Navy, on Saturday, July 22, Henry M. Zwick Spending-• Furlpug-h With Parents .* Henry Merwln Zwick, musician, third class, U. S. Navy, who lias beon stationed in Hawaii is spending a 20-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zwick of Golden Hill. Anne Meleganics Returns Home As Casualties By "T'v "l-:'ir^ 1 'i";'i. r '.ii' J^.. K^J \ Miss Anne Melcjranics has re turned to her homo on Ward .stree after being confined to No\i :-favcn hospital recovering from In- iurics received several weeks ago nn automobile accident. Krampetz Family Now At Bantam Lake Gertrude O'Brien Resumes Duties . At Hospital Miss Gertrude O'Erlon has re Hur.iotl her duties at St. Mary's hos [jltal, Watorbury, whore she is tak \nii a nurse's • training course, af ter spending a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Ed ward O'Brien of High street. Mr .and Mrs. Albert Krampetz and family of Auburn street have left for Bantam Lake whore they wil spend the next 10 weeks. Hassell Family i\'ow At Bantam Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ha-sell and fnii)l!y of Bristol Terrace arc spending the slimmer months at Uleir cottage at Bantam Lake. Return From Visit In New York City Mrs. Howard K. Hubbcll o Pleasant avonuo nnd Miss Mildre Galvin of Meadow street have re turnuc! from ' a visit in New York city, whore they were registered a thu Hotel Astor. Week-End Visitors From New York DUPLICATE . PRINTS All just alike—but each brings a load of fun to 1 Jomeonc. Your friends it home, the men and women in chc service will enjoy extra prints ' of your recent Kodak snapshots.. Be sure to order enough to pass along...and siill have one for (he album; KODAK nKAT.KIi SWEENEY'S .Art & Stationery STORE SCHNEER C C»IOIT JiwcitKf ** Anniversary »nd . Cakes A Spccliilty CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street . TKI.. Miss Mnrfraret O'Neill and Mis? Grace Parker and d a u K h t c r Muriel of -Brooklyn, N. Y., and Pvt Ray Swartx stationed in New York, wore week-end visitors Mrs. Mary SolherK and William Parker of Hijch street. Recent Visitor In New Jersey George Emery of Fern street has returned from Lambertsvllle N. J,, where he spent the past several days with relatives. William Dunn Has Joined The Navy William Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dunn- of Culver street.' has joined the United Slates Navy. He is a brother of Sergeant Lawrence Dunn, U. S. Army Air force, who Is now a prisoner of war of Germany. Harold Schroeder Leaves For Navy Harold Schroeder, former resident of tho Y. M. C. A. .hero, and chemist at tho footwear plant of the United States Rubber Co., has for service in the United Slates Navy, Carson natlon-al forest in New Mexico has 1,128,000 acre*. Egg Beaters Wall Can Openers Dish Drain Racks Clothes Pins Portable Ovens NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEABV Tel. 5212 Probate Court Clerk On Vacation Mrs. Lcnoro Tnmpclllni. of Curtiss street, clerk in the Naugatuck Probate count,.'is annual vacation. Naug-atuckians To Visit Bantam Mr. find Mrs, Harry P.oed and family of Phoor.ix avenue, and Mrs. Mildred H-air and son Robert of Cliff street, will spend their vacation period at Bantam Lake, Mr.,-'Mrs. Fowler Now At Bantam Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fowler and family of Park aver.tie arc spending thoir vacation) now at Bantam Lake. Wyatts Now At Bantam Lake Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wyal.t'and family of Walnut street are spending the.summer months at their summer homo at Bantam Lake. PATTERN 1955 _ Designed for those who demand perfect clothes for summer sports! i The sun-tan dross is a beauty for out-of-doors wear—the smart bolero makes it a complete nnd fascinating summer street dress. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 19I3D Is designed for sizes 11. 13, 15, 17 and 19. Size 13, ensemble, requires 3 3-8 yards of 39-Inch material. Ready now—the brand new ABC Pattern Book—the quickest aid to home sewers yet. devised. It's a complete up-to-l he-minute catalogue. Price 10 cents per copy. Order an ABC Pattern Book with a 15 cent pattern for 25 cents, plus 1 cent postage. For this attractive pattern .send 35 cents, plus 1 cent for postage, in. coins with your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara Bell, Naugatuek Daily News, Post Office Box 99, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. Church- Outing 1 And Sunday School . . Picnic Saturday The annual Sunday school picnic and church outing of the Hillside Con£TCirationnI church will bo hold ! Saturday nt; 2:30 p. m. on the] church grounds. Washington"; "July 5—(UP)—The names oC. 10 Connecticut soldiers wounded in action have been released by the War department,.- Woun.tled." in ' : the. Asiatic- area fighting was Corporal George B. Condron-'. of ,10 Erwin street, West. Hartford. . __ Sl.aff §ergeant John JE. Dunn of 250 Mapleton avenue, Siiffiold, Is reported to have been wounded the European- war theater. The 1C 'others' .wouncdd in the Mediterranean ore: Private Malcolm. E. Areham- beaull. of 207 East Pearl street, Torrington. St.aff Sergeant Ralph Casttio of 48 'Morgan street, Hartford. Private Arthur J. Charnonneau of 282 Church street, Putnam, Private Roland L. Conncll of 119G West Main street, Williman-lic. Private First'Class Joseph De Maio ot 17 Summit street, Danbury. Private First Class Milton J. Hall of. 26 Mea'cJov/ street, , Torrington. First- Lieutenant' Gc o rg e W, Hoppe oi' l&O Bristol' .street, South- ngton. Technician Fourth Grade Harold F.. Jakad . of 110 Brighton street, New Britain. . Private Walter R.. Johns ot 105 Villets- aveivuo, New London. Private Bernard F. McKeon of S2 -King street, .Hartford. ' Private Antonio Miranda of 11G Courtland street, Bridgeport. Private Ernest J. Pctrone of 3 Walnut street, Thompsonvillo. Private -Alfred Pisano of -12 William street. Now Haven. Private First Class James B. Scott, 170 Williston street, Bridge- ] port. Private Stan-ley A. Waz of East Had dam. And Private First Class Joseph G. Zboyan of 23 Grove street, New Canaan. The Navy department reports that Aviation Machinist's Mate Third Class William S. Reilly of Wcstport, previously listed as missing, now is dea'd. Five others are reported by the Navy department as wounded They are: Ship's Cook Second Class Bernard L. Huybcck of 281 Main.street Norwalk. Ship's Cook-Third Class Joseph O'Brien of 7C9 Broad street, Bridgeport. Torpedoman's Mote Third Class Gino A. Pix/.ini of Higganum. Seaman First Class Michael E. Rayel of 33 Hickory street, Waterbury. j And Seaman First Class Stanley I F. Slo.iski of -19 Cherry street, Wallingford. Now You See 'Em Boy Scout Now* Troop 9. will'hbM.ills nnn.) meeting until'the. fall, at the home of Charlcn Mc»«ncr_ on Bc»con--Vallcy road. A bu*lnog»-~ meeting and Scout activities wl)l..mnke up the first, part of the program. The meeting 1 -will be. followed by a hot dog ronxt and a'campflre. AOI members of the troop and the troop committee arc requested to iiUcnd. In case of rain, the mectin^'will be. held at the Eeacon Valley Grange hall. Despite tho camouflage, these three Jap vessels couldn't hide from tin: iiryinic fl.ves of U. S. Fifth Army homlmrdiers nt Manokwari, Dutcli Jtrw Guinea. Two enemy ships are on their way down us the third (foreground) IN hlusted to IjiU by or airmen. (International) Regular Fire Signal Ready For Use Herb Family At Silver Sands, Milford Mrs. Anna Herb and family of Ward struct are spending several days at Silver Sands. Milford. ocials—1-1—Visiting Relatives . ., Mr. and Mrsi Anthony Chiulli of North Main street arc visiting relatives in Providence, R. I. Open Summer Home At Bantam Lake Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Lutz of Cliff street liave opened their summf?! home at Bantam Lake for the season. Spending Summer At Bayview Beach Mr. and Mrs. John Tatigian and family of Walnut Terrace ar.e spending tho summer months at Bayview Beach, Milford, Conn. New Haveners Visitors Here Mr. nnd Mrs. John Keating of Now Haven were week-end guests it the home nt Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Fellows on Cherry street. Return From Vacation Trip State Trooper and Mrs. Thomas Smith of West street have . rc- urnod from a vacation" trip to S'ew York state. The state policeman goes back on active service his week. Seaman Lawlor On Leave Here Seaman James Lawlor of the Jnitcci States Navy was a recent isitor nt his home on North Houd- ey street. Mrs. Lillian Williams Undergoes Operation Mrs. Lillian Williams of 20 Church street is a) patient in Ihe Waterbtiry hospital* where she recently underwent an operation. Herman Jones Leaves For Navy Herman Jones oC Frederick street who has bcfin employed at the Nau- sn'l.iiek Chemical for the past some time, has left to spend some time at his homo in BiiiKhampton. N. Y Mr. Jone.s is awaiting- a call fot service in l.he United States Navy. After a three-day shut-down of the U. S. Rubber Co. holler room, the regular Naugatuck fire whistle was again ready for -use this morning, John J. Sheridan, fire chief, said today. Air raid whistles located at the Naugatuck Chemical Co., the Eastern Malleable Iron Co., and the Risdon 1 Mfg. Co. were connected to the borough alarm system, to substitute for the rcgu'.ar whistle. No fires wr^re reported for the period from tho start of the weekend until today. Rain And Hail Caused Damage In New Haven County New Haven, July 5—(UP)—New Haver, county farmers counted damage of about $100,000 today as result of a Fourth of July hail nnd rain storm. The hail stones—said to ' have been as big as dimes—smashed hundreds of acres of vegetables, and ruined growing fruit in orchards. The hail fell for about 20 minutes and covered many of the farms with a coating of icel The northern area of the state escaped "tho severe storm, although at Andover a home was struck by lightning. Part Interest In rt«i]» p. .• Oil Filling Station bold Seventeen Violent Deaths Occurred In Connecticut Hartford, July . 5—(U P)—The long holiday week-end, in Connecticut cost 17 persons their lives. Drownings were responsible for 11 deaths, while automobiles claimed but »nc life over the four- day period. The state's death toll was among tho highest in, the nation. Only three of the deaths occurred onlhe Fourth of July. Paul E. Bishop -of Hartford drowned in Connecticut river at Rocky-Hill, and s'cvcn-years-old Betty Ives drowned in .a swimming pool at Ts'owington. And n Bradley Field army pilot died when his plane crashed and burst into flames on a beach at Eranford. Philip DiNovn sold a oncyfoui'th merest in a gnf station on South Main street to Angelo An.ost.itio, iccording to a deed filed at the ii-o of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. Mr. St.' John also roporlcd the sale of a house and lot on Meadow street to Gerinaino nnd An- i hony Stion by the 3. Saundcrs. St. Paul's Aid Group To Meet At Nichols's The Ladies' Aid society of St.- Paul's i Evangelical Lutheran church will meet Friday evening of-S o'clock at nhc homo of Mrs. D. TJ. Nichols on Field street. The : meeting was previously. state of Lydia j scheduled to h?' hold at the church parlor in the Sunday bulletin. American Gunners Hurled 4th Of July Salvos At Nazis With the ' American" Forces in "Vormar.dy, July 5—(UP)—Amcr- can gun crews in France arc grinning today after the biggest Fourth of July celebration in History. At the stroke of noon--yesterday, svory ennnon, howitzer and mor- -ir in i.he Amcricnn lines hurled a concentrated salvo ol the German*. The fireworks, display Blrclched iom' tile west coast of the Cher- bourg'peninsula to the point where he American left fiiank joins the "itish. The smashing barrage wm» irod at the order of Lieuienant- Soncral Omar Bradley, -comnjan- er of ihc United ..States First army. . ."-.-, United Press War:Correspondent -Jn.mes McGlincy joined in the celebration with. Ihc crew of one of the biggest grins. The shell that -was .slammed into the gun a lew minutes before nooni was inscribed: "To Adolf—This lit the Fourlh of July." The shell . was backed with a huge powdc,r charge. The barrel was tilted toward 1he sky. McGlincy says by this time spectators were holding their ringers to their ears. The clock ticked around to noon. Tho barked order came: "Fire!" With a tremendous roar and fluh. the,shall was on its way. Eighty seconds later it was splattering- its target —a supply dump behind the German lines. It is estimated 350,000 families were driven from ;heir homes in drough Inswept, regions during the past 10 years. STORE CLOSED MOXDAV and TUKSDAV JCtAT 3 and 4. D. LIEBERMAN 20 CITORCH STREET Prompt, Expert ' WATCH &- JEWELRY REPAIRING William Schpero Jeweler . 180 C1ICRCH ST. — 1 Flight Up _ CHTXA T.\BI.E $8.95 to $29.95 STRISUTS :XTER ST. . DIAL. £iT6 'Midshipman Curtin Back At Annapolis Midshipman Lawrence' Curtin of the United States Nav.il Academy nt Annapolis, Maryland, who has been spending the past month with his mother, Mrs. Bridget. Curtin of Hillside avenue, ieft today to resume his studies. . - ' DeForest Harts Are On Vacation Mr. and Mrs. DeForest Hart and family of Fuller street .have 'left for Bantam I^ake, where they will spend the summer months'at their cottage. First railroad in Illinois was constructed in 1800. ' •••• .-.--.'.,,• NORWASH Shoes for the Kntlrc Family SMART, NEW SUMMER DRESSES Have a "Coke" = How are things goin'? .. .or being friendly in Newfoundland There's an American way to make new-found friends in Newfoundland. It's the cheery invitation Have a "Coke"—an old U. S. custom that is reaching 'round the world. It says Let's be jriends— reminds Yanks of home. Because -.'."•• . * v Coca-Cola stand* for the fame that refreshes,— has become a symbol of our friendly home-ways. So Coca-Cola belongs in your home, too .; .ice-cold and ready in the refrigerator. Get a supply today. BOTHED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COC A-C Ot A COMPANY tY COCA-OOLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATERBURY "Coke"=Coc«.CoU ' It'* natural for popular tumw, to acquire friendly ibbrevic tions. That'* why you-tutr I Coc*Cola c*U«d "Coke"* .

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