Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 6, 1944 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1044 NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS Personal Social J I Mrs- E- Saunders Entertains For Ivelyn Jones 3. sad. tho ice- i oro Iho Ir!l . Ann ' \( r! i Edwin SnundPt's of T'ros- '.r Voiiil, .-ntortiilnod recently for (jiVs Svolyn Jones, R. X of Come- i»r'v st'i'i'i-t. whusf mari'lujru to Wlt- iln-'crychenu takes plnco July 12. Those prosont. besides Airs, i, wlio wore classmates o i<snt tlu* Wutorbury hospl i wart: Mrs. U'llliaru Khiirerborg Frank Clynm. Mrs. Curtiss Mrs. Harold Benson. mil nnd Mrs. John Blji i nttoiuling were: Mrs. Joshua Fnjrbnnk, Mrs. Arthur Johnson Mrs Arthur Snundors, Miss Evelyn Clifford nn<' -Mrs. Edwnrd Clifford. Sailor Spending- Leave At Home Coxswain Chiirlos< Gillette of the L'nit<Ml States Navy, who h.is trnvi-liMl ni'iirly 70,000 tnllea since entering U'<' si-rvieo, nearly two w ir.-i.:ico, i" .spending a leave with ills moihcr, Mrs. f<uth Cho.iky of Sfcacon Fulls. Coxswain Gillette is v«ry wi'll known In Niiugatuck. wtuTt! ha uttcmlud Nnugfitiick hicti school, iieing graduated in JIM?- Marie Fleming: 'zr»i» ? _./ n^-it Leaves With Friends' \Ehxateth Miller ~ — - - - Engaged To Harold Sanford For Visit In S. C. Miss Mario Fleming of Myrtle nvonue, accompanied by Mrs. Mar- pui'rite Mixrtin and Hedy Lalcow- sky of Watcrbury, left Sunday for V-'urrlH Island, S. C., where they will bo the guests of Pvt. Cnrrlc Flammia, U. S. M. C. Hansons Now At Hop Brook Club' Mr. nrul Mrs. Ralph Hanson and .'rtmily. who havt? returned only recently from Wllllnmsport. Pa., wh'Ti 1 they spont the past several yt'.'irs, nn? now rt'.siclim/ nt ihci Hop Brook club. Mr. and Mrs. H» n*on will !)..• in charge of the dub. Local Couple Now In Providence, R.-I. Return To Naval Training-. Center At Sampson, N. Y. John Foley of Scott street nnd James K'. Ahorn of North Main street, Second Class Seamen, returned yesterday to the Naval Training center at Sampson, N. Y. Lieut. Thompson Now On Vacation Lieutonnnl. J.imos W. Thompson of the Noujwtuck Kan^'oi's, a resi- donl of Brae!ley -street, ihis wuelt Is enjoyinB hii, annual vacation fi-oiii his duties i:i the mill, laboratory of the United States Rubber Company foolsvcar plant. Floyd L. Miller of Prospect street, Union City, announces the engagement of hls:dau(fhtor, Elizabeth R., to Harold E. Sunford, won of Mr. and- Mrs. Samuel M. Sonford, Si-,, of Mill street, Niuig-atuck. The weddiiiK is planned, to ;tako place In tho Fall .' "U. S." Employe Now In The Navy .Sherman Cohen, former employe of 'the United States Rubber Co. footwear laboratory, has joined the United States Navy. Mr, _Cohen is tire son of Philip Cohen, h»ud of the Nnii^atuck olllce of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Mary 'Lawlor ,.,,-;.. Has Son's Shipmate, ; And Wife As .Guests' S. W.' Lehman, aviation chief Ordinance- man, nnd Mrs. Lehman of Ingle wood. Ca.1,, have'returned to their homo after spending several days with Mrs. Mary Lawlor of 45. Phoenix avenue. ... Chief Lehman recently, returned from service in the South Pacific where ho was a shipmate of Mr». Lawlor's son, Thomas. , • Local Family Visits In Boston Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNamee incl I'nrniiy of North Honclley street, in; spVinclins theii- vacation with nllvuH. in Boston..Mr. McNamee an employe of the lost olllce. Mr. nnd Mrs. [ancz of South up^ndlr.K thfir with relativi:." in e >fon- Maln street are vacation period Provldenco. R. 1. 'Lab" Employes Are Now On Vacation . Edward -Rosky njul A. E. Manuso. employes of the United States- tubbor Co. footwear plant mill tab- oratory, and both residents of South Main stroet are now enjoying tdeir aaniml vacations. Californian On Visit To Town Miss Hcle.n Eirdsall, former Nau- ^atuck resident, now resides in Burlinuome, California, is spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Edith Birdsall .of Park avenue. , Post Office Employe Now On Vacation .Cliff Swirski of Hillside avenue, currier in the NatiKiiluck post olllce, is now enjoying his annual vacation. John Decru's first steel plow was forced fcotn a saw blaclo. SHOP ATR-CONDITIONED COMFORT NATIONAL'S JULY CLEARANCE Will Visit Brother At Fort Benning Misses 'Clare and Ethel Smith of Millvillc have loft for Fort Ecn- niriK, Ca,, where lacy will visit their brother, Pvt. Leroy Smith, a paratrooper stationed, there. Annual Picnic Of ' Past Masters And Lecturers Assn. July 8 The annual picnic of the Past. Masters and Lectururs association of- Beacon Valley grange will bo held Saturday, Julj' 8, at the cottage of Mrs. Lillic Megin at Lake Quass.apaug, Middlcbury. A covered dish supper \yill., : bo served starting at 6:30 p. m. ... Local Executive Back From Vacation Ermnnil Valor? of Galpln street, U. S. Rubber Company executive, has 1 returned to his post after on- joying one week of his annual vacation. Local Resident Is Camp Visitor John H. Brcon of Fail-view av- onue, well known local resident, recently spent -several days at -his' camp at Lake Quassajmiitr. Other campmalos wt*;rc Roy Penrose und Henry Freeman. Mrs. Edwin Meyer Returns Home Mrs. -Edwin Meyer returned today to her homo "in Worcester, Mass., after spending a few days with her father, P. H.- Daly " of Elm street.. DRESSES ' ' 286. • OXK AXO TWO PJKCfi] " '• .(.'li'RPKS, J>J';J.\*TS ,-\XD PASTELS - fc>i-:rj-:cTKD ruoar- KISUULA'U STOCK £00 $goo Spent Holidays At Twin Lakes .Mr. and Mrs. Clayton F. Davis and family of High street spent the July 4th holiday period at their cottuge at Twin Local Resident * At-Myrtle Beach; Mrs. Robert Grant of Cherry street is spending her vacation as t,he guest of her sister, Mrs. Edward Stien at her cottage at Myrtle Bench, Milford, Conn, •, • Child Recently Hospital Patient Betsy Patchett, daughter of -Mr. 1 and Mrs. Donald Patchetl of Park avcnuo, has returned from the ; Watcrbuiy hospital where- she recently underwent an opura-tion for the removal of her tonsils. Soldier -Recent " Visitor At Home- P. F. C. John J. HethcrinK'.OM of the United States Army, who is stationed at Camp/Dix, jV. J., was a recent visitor at his home on Galpin- street. L\ Suits rn.Mtt-1 Shi'tlantla. and Wools ror/i Our Ro;,'iilnr Stock Formerly to $32.08 15 OO Coats Popular "Boy" Coats In Many Pustcl Colors For Wear Right Now Formerly to $32.08 Return From Visit With'Soldier Mrs. John Sodcn of Myrtle avenue and Mrs. Kay Martin of Waterbury have returned from a three days' visit with Staff Sergeant John Sodcn in New Jersey. Patrick. Kelley K Finishes Vacation •<"• Patrick H. Kcllcy, assistant, director of industrial relations at Uie Naugatuck Chemical, has returned to work following his annual vacation. Local Resident Now In Annapolis Mrs. Andrew McCann of Cherry slreet, has loft for Ajiivupolls, Maryland, where she will spend' the week 'as the guest of relatives In that city. Davi Family Is Now In New York - Mr. -and Mrs. Fred Davi of Hig-h street are spending several days with relatives in Now York city. Local Girl Now On Vacation In N. H. Miss Marian Jones of Millville is spending? her vacation 'In New Hampshire. Miss Jones Is-expected to return here next wc'eU: New Jerseyite Is Visiting- Here Mrs. Emma R. Brewer of Hamilton Square, N: J., is the jruest of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.-W. W. Clymor, of Southview street. v Son Born To Van Vlandrens Mr. and . Mrs. "John • Van : Vlan- dren of 139 Park avenue announce^ the birth of a son,..K.ui;t, 'Sumlay, July 2, In the Waterbury hospital. BLOUSES SI-;r,KCT!'3D 'FOR CM'L'VRANCE KROM IMCGULAR STOCK l'X)h'.M"KK'LY ,$2'.f)8. to $f>.D8 HOSIERY HAYO.V >ir>:sn 89c Ol'KJV EVENING ALL SALES- FINAL NO RETURNS OB EXCHANGES' C:I.\HGI; ,\>-i> nvncKT ACCOUNTS WELCOMED •• W^^^. ~ rF ^ rr ^y ril .^,^.f^» •, >^' i \ j-«../>l .ft" 102 Where You Always* Find Viiliio nt u Fuir Trice ^' : V..-':^v*v^.^ •Returns From Fishing Trip Pasho of Park Place has retrrned from Toronto, Canada, where he spent l.he past two weeks on a fishing trip. Mrs. White In New York City Mrs, Ann White nnd. family o) Highland avenue are now in NEW York city where they are 'l,he KiiesLs of relatives during the current Naupatuck vacation, period. Observed Wedding 1 Anniversary July 5- Mr, and Mrs, George Waterhou.se observed the 22nd anniversary of their, marriage, Wednesday, July D. I Holiday Visitors At Bantam Lake Mr, and Mrs. Rudolph W. Smith and. family of Millville avenue were July ->th. holiday visitors with 'riends at Eantnm Production Heads Are On Vacation WPUCffi .PRINTS All just alike—but each, brings a load of fuo to iomeooe. Your friendi; •t home, the men and women in the service will enjoy extra print! of'your recent Kodak snapshots; Be sure to order, enough t° P>« •long:;; and still have one for the albumj YOU!* KOnAK DEALER Bernard Sullivan and Frank Sul- ivaiv, United States Rubber Co. ootwear plant, production execu- Ivcs, arc now enjoying their an- mal vacations, . ••' SWEENEY r S Art & ^Stationery ; / STORE In The Home 1 ' Mis«:'Nan'cy Klnlccad of :y Ward street, who is rhoving to Williams port, 'Pa',;' In-, the' near future/ wil be' ente'i'talncd' : by.'.tho^ Aid aocicty of the; 'Congregational: church Monday In the 'parish houao; 'Those who.:wiah'-.to attend' arc asked, to bi'lng- a covered- ditih for thc..lunchoon-tO'be held at 1. p. m. and : to. notify., their - circle- ; :'chalr- man.;.-Membei'S-ot-largo -may. call Mrs. Albert. Holmberg, telephone 3154.,.; .',- ..'., . .-..--• •Miss Klnkcad has-:been a.faith ful worker »nd active member of tho.society for some time.. Robert Bull Has. Joined Navy Robert Bull: former chemist at the U. S. Rubber company footwear plant, and a star basketball player .with the "U. S." and Zephyrs basketball teams, has joined the United States Navy and now in. stationed, at the Sampson Naval Training' Station at-Sampson, N. Y. ; . Robert Rhodes Now In ^Reading Robert-Rhodes, a. chemist in Ihe United .Stiles. Rubber Co. fbot- wacr plant,, and a star basketball and baseball player, is spendlnB his vacation in Reading,. Pa,, with his family. Mr. Rhodes has been sipned up by the Washington Hills for service Sundays in the Waler- bury Amaleur baseball league. - -Hartford, July' 0—(U P)—Home Isn't the safest place in the world —far from it! . • , ' According: to tho state health-department more, th~an one-third of all fatal accidents' occur In the home, and. most of. these could be. avoided with a little precaution. Last year 260 persons died as result of falls 4n their; own homes. Other frequent causes of home deaths-arc gas Tunics, fjmoking in bed, leaving matches,around where children can! get them,.; and keeping poisons and'drugs in places where they, might be confused'with harmless toilet preparations. Temperature Report July is coming into its very own with a groat deal of heat.. The sun rose rapidly today and before Ret Hermans knew it, the. temperature .was 87 .nt 9 a. m. Red; decided, to take a dip durinfj lunch hour anc proceeded Lo. fill, the bathtub. Four lengths of the tub and Red. had enough. ... The heat mark today should reach 100 before that evening.sun goes down. • ' Midnight 72 G a. m 04 S"«. m. 87 Noon 04 1 p. m, . ..• 95 BOROUGH DAILY DIARY JULY 1944 i M » W T. F . i 2 3 H J 6 7 • » 10 11 It U U IS 16 17 IS 19 Kt,2\ 21 24 21 26 27 2t 2* JO Jl CwncflOf Conn. Meets Hartford, July 6^-.<UP>— The- > I&- J«lBlive council-lii m«»tlnjr today Jn Hartford to Mart drawing up/, ibe agenda for lh« IMS; e»ner*l...a»- ' ' . ROBUI'IRV REPORTED Cambridge, Mass., Ju!y G—(UP) —Two armed robbers stole $120 in cash from a North Cambridge Irug • store early this morning. acob . ; MourucMan said the irjen iud two shots as they left. He dded that he was forced to lie on he floor in a rear room while they rifled the cash register and stole his; wallet containing several gasoline coupons. . Coming Events j TOXIGHT Meeting and . Hook and —oOo JULY 10 Co., St. FranclN' T.A.B., School Hull. oOo JCL.Y 12 Moctlnic NaiiRiitiick Fltih nnd Game Glub, Inc.. Town Hall. Weather Report Massachusetts, Rhode 'island and Connecticut—Fair weather tonight and tomorrow. Little change .in temperature ionight, somewhat warmer tomorrow. Eastport to Block Island — No small craft or storm warnings are being- displayed. •Among It* consideration! will-be a »tote- labor, relation* act, and; «. propOHoI, that. (he.crjmjn«lly iniuiV at State, pri«on b« ncgTefrated. .'. . The> labor, rel»tlon« act may .be patterned,, after a proposal turniid down by the 19«, general a»»c'm- bly aesRiona.v. Labor and- employe™ have been invited' lo,. the council meeting to cxprc«« their views.. Anniversary and. Wedding . CakCH A Specialty CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street - TEL. 3678 HAS NQ EQUAL ijPQR TIREP;FEET Saya :M**sachUMtU -Doctor:.,:,'. And wanli more: If'" ybu buffer the misery of tired, nching:, but-n- Ing Tect you too can Ret quick and •atlnfyintf -relief --with tfreajiclc««, inlonii PODOt foot relief. Coct* so littlo nnd doea 10 much. Get a 50c jar. TODAY at Naugatuck Drug, Adam* Drug-, Donovan- Pharmacy, Naugatuck; .Union, City. Pharmacy. Union. City, and all cood drug; «torc>. . RATION FREE- 3.45 BHOK STOBK Shoe* (or the Entire Family NORWASH Freedmans Annual JULY STARTS TODAY! Extraordinary values which have been anxiously awaited by the women . of Water-bury and vicinity. Every item on sale . is. J'i-om,.biir regular stock — all of it high grade, fine quality merchandise that you expect to find at Freed man's.. Wo advise'.an. early; Selection as quantities are 1 United in .some instances. ONE GROUP OF 250 DRESSES Navy sheers, prints, spun ra-yons-nnd crepes. Sizes 9 to 17 — 10 to 20 — 16% to 22% — 38 to 42 •OO a n d 11 .OO Formerly up to 19.95 • * * ONE GROUP OF DRESSES SPUN KAYONS COTTONS Sixes 9 to 17 and 10 to 20 Formerly $8.95 BETTER DRESSES — GREATLY REDUCED! \ .--*•-•- i ;1 Clearance! SPORTSWEAR BLOUSES To"" 8 2.00 SWEATERS JACKETS r^,r 8 8.00 .'•. JUMPERS Were $3.98 2.00 SLACK SETS ^T, Wore *7.98 to SlO.flg 4.oa No Fefunds! . ALL SALES FINAL! 54 BANK STREET

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