Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 10, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, July 10, 1944
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MONDAY, JULY 10, 1944 NAtJGATUOk DAlliY NEWS Thr*« Personal Social Little Lady's Pinafore Miss Carrington Feted Ori Approaching Marriage Miss Audrey Curringlon was the guest ot.honor at a currency shower recently «t the Odd Fellows hall in honor of her coming marriage to Robert McDcrmoll of Micldl'c- Iniry. The Misses Arlettc Carrington, Jean Scanlon and Ruby Kearn were liostcsscs. About GO guests attended the affair. Mrs. Joseph Durcjtc pf New Haven road gave a. miscellaneous ,-iliosver recently in honor of her niece, Miss Audry Cnrrington of Prospect whose coming carriage to Robert McDermott of Middlcbury will take place at. St. Mary's, church, Union City on Saturday, July 15th at 9 o'clock. About 75 ','i.ientn attended. th« Mini. led VATTKKN No. 2063 en? is a cu'.c little pinafore that hi'lp the little girl be chnrm- inc. M.'ii<e it up tor her I; ham calico or muslin, not forgetting the lovely L.tllic Lamb embroideries that go !o make it such a winsome thing. Fiittcrn envelope contains hot- iron transfers for 3 designs, one abou: B by 10 inches, one about : inches, and the other about •'! Inches: .stitch Illustrations and full direction;; for Pir.afore. Our 60-page multicolored book o,' .Vectlle -Arts containing five free pattern*, and many other suggestions for tlreading up your horn: and yourself is now available. Send your request for this book to the address listed below, enclosing twenty cenw (20c.) In coinj to cover the cojt and mailing charges. Send u cents (coin) for Pattern No. 2063 ;o Naugatuck Daily News, Needle Arts Dop't, P. O. Box 172, Station D. New York, 3, N. Y. Several Events This Week In Local Churches j\ midweek service will be celc- l>r.Tled ji.t thu Hillside Cor.gregn- tiomil church Wednesday at S p. m. Troop P. Boy Seoul.", will meet at 7:10 p. m. Friday. Tile Men's Fellowship of the church will hold its annual outing on :he church grounds Saturday evening -and supper will be served at 0 p. m. The grammar school girls' choir of the St. Michael's Episcopal church will convene Thursday cul 7 p. m. in the choir room and the high school girls' choir will meet ttt 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Altos and sopranos will rehearse at 7 p. m. Friday, and the entire choir will meet at 7:30 p. m. Frl- Robt. McDermott Guest Of Honor At Event Here Robert McDormott of Middlcbury, well Known here was guest of honor recently at a bachelor-dinner at the White Eagle restaurant. Ho was presented with a.purse. The dinner,was arranged by Vincent La Porta of Waterbury. The • muster of ceremonies was Martin Lucas of Union City and the speaches were by. Ray Sugdcn, Frank Garlinaki and Otto McCann. A delicious chicken dinner' was served to 65 -guests. Mr. McDermott be married to Audrey Carrlgton of Prospect at St, Mary's church in Union City on Saturday, July ao at. 9 o'clock. - Princess Frock Mrs. Joseph Is'oyack was soloist and Burton Lundin and FridolC .Xctson were ushers -at. -the Eng- Hog- Dog Roast Held Last Night A hot-dog roast was held last night ;it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eimcr Phillips of Highland avenue. Refreshments were served and entertainment was provided by all. Those present w ere Mr. and Mrs. John O'Donnell, Mr. and Mrs. William Cuulllcld, Mlsa Catherine, O.'Donnell, Margaret and' Billy CnuJllold, Rosemary. ' Eileen and Florence Phillips and Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer P-hillips. Sp.ent Weekend With Parents Private Joseph Rcilly, U. S. Army, spent the week-end with his service Sunday morning at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rcil- G. 0. P. To Meet Here On Tuesday Finn) pians for the annual out- top of the Naugatuck Young Republican club will be made Tuesday evening when tho club meets to Pythian hall, Tho outing wit lake place July 20 at Schlldgon's J.TI1VP. Othor plans for future activities will he discussed. Refreshments will be served at Ih-j mooting BurgosM and Mrs. Wiltiama Plos*k nnd .Burgess and ..Mrs. Domcnic Di'C.-irlo will have charge of refreshments. Ihe Salem Lutheran church. Klaus Schacffer of the Yale Divinity school conducted the service, in the absence of Rev. William R. .b'reiKlberg. who is on vacation. The church council of the 1m- mnnticl Lutheran church will moot n: 8 p. m. tonight l:i the church. The Missionary group of tho is'augatuck Methodist church will meet Wednesday at S p.'m. at the parsonage. 10 Frederick street. Chaplain B. Johnson And Wife Visiting Relatives Here ticiit. j. g. Birger J. C, Johnson, chiiplnln. u. S. Navy, and Mrs. Johnson arc visiting Chaplain Johnwn's li rot hers, Uric and Yngvo Johnson, of l«L Park Avenue. C'hnpliiin Johnson, is stationed it thy IT. S. Naval Alt' Station, Lclnntl, Flu. Weekend Visitors In Naugatuck Mr. and Mrs. George W. Andrews °' rvitchognp, r,, l,. v/ore week-end visitjrs with Mrs. W. .f-f. Paul of Onk street, and' Mr, and Mrs. Raymond W. Paul of Wnlnut street, Mf. Andrew* is editor of the Port Jctrenion .Vows, Vacationed At Cedar land Miss Kfjuomary Phillips of illgh- mml avenue has returned from C-odnrlnnd, Kouthbury, where she V'lis vncfUioning. Pvt. Robert J. Casper Somewhere In. France Mr. .and Mrs. John Casper of Hotchliiss street have received word that their son, Pvt. Robert James Casper, i-s somewhere in ly or. Highland circle and has re- Playground Group Celebrates Birthday •'The,younger group at the Salem school playground held a birthday party recently for Mian. Dolores Dolnn, -who was H years old. Patricia 'Blum,' Agnes Loldtls and Marion Brown* were In charge of refreshments and Ann Dclaney, Betsy Kissane and. Jean Zchnder of the ol'dcr'-group assisted in serving.. .-.-. ',.'•' : Games were played and group singing was part of the program. Younger people attending were: Ann Amato,, Barbara and Teddy Sccidol, Jimmy and Vivian Thomas, Kathcrine Duffy, Veronica raveson, Donald and Robert Brodcur,-Maureen and Bcrnie Garrick, Kevin Daly,, Marion Brown. Ann LaFoe, Agnes and Mary LoUitis, Bcrnadctte, Joan and Catherine Lokitia, Phyllis Lokitis, Pat- •icla, Mary Lou, Buddy and John ;lum, Eleanor and Cclla Furtado, Robert Curtis, Francis LaFoe, Joan and Patricia Cantwcll, Joan ind Joseph Butler, Gladys and Dolores Dolan. 1978 ill-19 turned to his camp Town Gap, Penn. ut Indian He is with tho casually detachment of the U. S. Arrr.v. Grange Holds Annual Outing- About 50 members of the Past Masters and Lecturers association of the Beacon Valley grange hold an outing Saturday afternoon at the summer home of Mrs. Lilb'c Mogin. Games were played and a covered dish supper was served. Residents Return From Maine Trip Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meyers of Scot.t street and Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Johnson of North Main street, w h o have been vacationing at Moosehcad lake, Grconvilic, Muino. have returned. Marriage To Take Place On_July 15 . In an item in the Around-Thc- Clock column in Saturday's News it was erroneously stated that the wedding oC^Miss Audrey Carrington and Robert McDermotf was scheduled for the past Saturday. Tho wedding will take place on Saturday, July 15 at St. Mary's church in Union City, Invitations Cor the event, which will be one of the social events of the season, arc already in the mails. PATTERN 1978 1 A Princess "smoothie"- -for. the junior miss! The pert 'little frock wJth the lovely lines and interesting side-closing, will 'be a' b'oauty made up in crisp cottoTis. ^ • Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1978 is designed for sizes 11, 13, 10, 17 and 19. Size 13, short sleeves, requires 4 yards of 39-incli mate-- rial. ... Ready now—tho brand now ABC Pattern Boolc^- the quickest aid to homo sewers yet devised. It's a complete up-to-the-minuto catalogue. Price 10 cents per copy. Order an ABC Pattern Book with a 15 cent pattern for 25 CO'U.ts. plus 1 cent postage. For this attractive .pattcrr. send 10 cenls, plus 1 cor.t for postage, in coins with your name, address, piUce.rn number and size wanted to Barbara Boll, Naugntuck Daily News, Post Office Box 99, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. She; Still Goes For Her Hero Ivelyn Jones To Wed William Crycheau The wedding of Evelyn Jone?, InugJltcr of J. Frank Jones of Jcmatery street, and William Cry- hcau, son of George Crycheau of Vew Haven road, takes place Wcdr icsday monr.,|ng at 10 a, m. at St. Mary's church, Union City. ocal Girls Back From Westerly, R. I. The Misses Phyllis and Sylvia Bohlin of Hillside avenue, tho daughters ot Mr. 'and Mrs. Herbert Bohlin, have returned from a Week's vacation in Westerly. R. I., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kylander. WorldWar A Year Ago July 10,1943 ..(Hy. ... American, BrltJch. and C«n«dl«n troops; land .oil a iOO-mllc front- in - goutheaatcrn Sicily at 4 a. tn^ under protcctlqn/o't a three-hour btrrag* laid down by naval gum; A*l»- reports indicate Allied landing* .at Cape. Boob and In the Trapanl: »r«a; in' the woirtern- part •'of' Sicily, »rid at Gcla, in the «outh«a«t. '' . On notification of successful Allied landing on . Sicily, President .Rooncvclt. declares. that "the bcgin- ninjf of. the end" of Hitler's -new Europe has' mtartcd""' ''*"'" "~J",~ Russians repel all Germ»n- ; assaults on the Belgorod-Kursk-prel front. • - • U. S. Eighth 'Ale Force, th* British RAF and other AJllcd aircraft pound four, enemy. alrtieW»v^i|i France. . ' ..;„ • .' .,-•_ ;., _.. ••• British and Indian' troop*. 'raid Japanese-held -Maungdaw^ . In . Bur- Pretty K;iy Cochrun, Prairie du Chlen, WU., tiunccc ofUL Col. Francis Gnhroski, top-ncorlng Vunk air ncc, MhowK her boy friend's picture to'J*tf Robert Taylor, farmer film *tiir. In Chicago. After niccUnjr the idol of American movie fans, who wrote to Gubrcttki, NuyiiiK". "I have met tin; best, Jlcmoy,'and.1 still love you."' (International Soundphoto) Long Islanders Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs. William Caulfield and children, Margaret and Wiiliam, Jr.. of Middle Village. !_,. I., arc visiting Mrs. Cauificld's parents, Mr. and Mr.-:.. John O'-Donnell of MillviJIc avenue. Local Residents Now In Rockport Mr. and Mr-5, Charles J. Baxter of Frederick street, and Miss avenue arc vacation-ing in Rockport, Mass, Returns From Summer Cottag-e Mr. ;mel Mrs, Howard K. Hub- boll and dauaA'fitor, Jacldc, have •(.•turned .to their home on Pleasant avenue sifter spending a week ;it Ihsir oottapc In Madison, Conn. Called to Mass. On Death Of Sister Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scanlon of Dunn nvcnuo are In Cambridge, Mass., where Mr. Scanlon was culled by the death of his sister. Mrs. James Lewis. Visiting Now- In Worcester, Mass. Miss Marion Cassidy of Lewis .street and Miss -Aun Brennan o Bridge street arc visiting friend in Worcester, Mass. Navy Chaplain On Visit Here' U. S. Navy Chaplain Birger. Johnson and Mrs. Jolinson are the guests of Chaplain - Johnson's brothers, Eric and Yngvc Johnson of Park avenue. The naval chaplain is stationed at Dclalid, Florida, and is spending a 10-day leave with his Naugatuck relatives. Guests In Ansonia Ramona Council Meeting- Tonig-ht The ramona council, degree of Poeahontas No. -13.! hold its regular meeting tonight in Goodyear hall. Olllcers will bo installed by Deputy Great Poc.ihontas Gussie Espclir. of Waterbury. BOROUGH DAILY DIARY JULY 1944 » M W T F I 23056 7 8 9 10 11 12 11 U 15 10 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Jl Hold Annual Picnic Tile employes of the W. J. -Mc- gin. Inc., -held Mi.c-ir nnnual picnic last week at Bill Noble's New Haven i-oad. About 200 were pro-sent and the refreshments and " cntor- tainmcn.t were enjoyed, by ali. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doran of Grove, street., Mr. and Mrs. Francis Scully of -North Mairi s-treet, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Larson of'Bristol were the guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. James Condon who celebrated anniversary. .heir 25th wedding Return From Revere Beach Three Return From Jamaica, L. I. Louis Jamclc, Sidney Bayli.s and Fred Trestrall have returned from Jamaica, L, .1., where they visited friends. Hampton Beach Visitors Back ENLARGEMENTS FROM YOUR FAVORITE PRINTS Have Extra Ones Made For Ycur Friends In The Service. They're Not Expensive C up PHOTO FINISHING hke the way H 'c do them in album style. Bring Yours Here SWEENEY'S VOUK KODAK DEALER ART AND STATIONERY STORE Miss Margaret Scanlon rind Mis.s Rose Uilcy of Dunn avenue, who have been vacationing at. Hampton Beach, N. H., have returned. Couple Visits In Long 1 Island Mr ; and Mrs. William Bell of Lewis street arc visiting their daughter, Mrs. Albert Nelson of Valley Stream, L. I. Vacationing- On Housatonic River Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adcrhold and daughter, Sandra, and Mrs. Mabel Melbourne of Central avenue aro vacationing at the Housatonic river.' .' . .'.-.'. Mrs. Charles Phillips In Providence, R. I. Mrs. Charles Phillips of Duma avenue is visiting 'relatives "in Providence, R. I. Iowa Girl On Visit To Town Miss Virginia E. Shockcy of Council. Bluffs, lowa^ is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs! A. M. Taylor of Spring' street. Marion Ravensorofl, .of .'Beacon Fulls and Lillian Mclbo'urn'c''of- Ward street have returned from a vacation spent at Point of Pines, 'Revere Beach, 'Revere, Maiv-s. Visiting With ; Grandparents Miss Patricia Hurlchy of PougrT- keopsic, N, Y., is-spending several weeks- us the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Durkin of Highland avenue. Local Family At Lake Quassapaug Mr. nnd Mrs. Gustavo Johnson' und daughter Lyncc of Park avenue are vacationing at Lake Quas- sapaug. Coming Events TONTGI1T St. Francis' T.A.B., School Hull. oOo—— WEDNESDAY Meeting Naiigatiick Fish and Gumu Club, Inc., Town Hull. oOo - JULY 17 Derby Nan Forfeits Bond In Boro Court SAIFAN KEV- Washington, July- JO— (Up)M!H-. tary. observers in -Washington .'nay the conquest of Sal pan gives America the key -to victory • as«ln»t Japan. The experts. rank -the .cap/ lure of the Marland'-Btrohghold • a'» one of the most .Important victories of the 31-month Pacific carnp*lKn. They agree that It marks a major turning point in the war; -r '-•>.• In borough court this morning, Honi-y Drauszeuski of 7 Cresccnl street, Derbyi forfeited a $3 bond. He was arrested last night by Patrolman George StnitJi aflcr going around the left side of a. rotary. This was 'Jie case scheduled in borough court this, morning. Temperature Report Shades of Hodc.s: It is hot.! Red Heramans fried an egg on a manhole cover thi-s. afternoon, turned, it'over, but didin.'t cat. it after remembering that the Redhead likes all eggs sunnyside up. Red -'figures to roast a hunk of beef if tlic beef were available, on the manhole cover. 9'a. m 88 '. Xoon 95 1 p. m. ...I.... 9T A fresb< COM of Mint oo th* wood-wocfc ana wmlto «M male* that room MW you can •ad tad W« fc aii wicb Murphy Palnfs MAPLE STREET TEL. 3507 . Kcd Grow Mobile Unit, Y, M, C. A. Blood Weather Report Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut — Partly cloudy and slightly cooler tonight nnd torn or- row. Scattered light showers to- norrow. Eastport to Block Island —No small craft or storm warnings are being displayed. Two Warranty Deeds Filed At Town Hall .Hunters in Utah hove boon asked by l.hc state game and fish department to turn in all dcsr fat from game they shoot- to help swell the waste fats 1 collection. Now Open DEEN'S 100 CHURCH STREET Dry Cleaning Laundering Re-Weaving • Opening Special • Beautiful Moth Proof Bag With Each Order Harry O'Bonnells At Lake Zoar ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry O : Donnell of Highland avenue arc spending the week' at Lake Zoar. Spending- Summer At Bay View .. ' Miss Betty Smith of North Main street is vacationing at Bay View, Milt'ord for. the summer months. ;Alice Murry At. Cambridge, Mass. Miss Alice Muury >of Elm slr.ect is spn.endihg her vacation 'in'Cam- bridge,Mass,, 1 and. atRcv.cre-Beach. Visitors Of • Mrs. Rosemary-Mur-ry Mr. and Mrs. Edward •• Brennan and son, Bobby, ' of - Grcanwich,, lave returned to thcir..home - after, visiting Mrs. Rosemtu-y;-Mui-r-yj^f- Elm, -': - . •'.-->••'••: •'' '- for. the Entire Family ***** According to warranty deeds filccl at Uie office of Town Clerk Raymond J, St, John, EJrrier Hoffman, sold a lot on Valeniine street to. Sophie Hulpa; and Puula Sal- tanus has sold a house and lot on .Olive street, -to Harold and Tlior- eea Murtha, .. TK\ Salvador is the. smallest of jriiddje American republics. NOTICE! TO OUK NAL'GATUCK STORE CUSTOMKRS! •Duo to %var- time conditions, wo arc compelled to close our N:iu- giituck store, CAI.I. US For the «Jny- our Route Man will l)e on your street Free,.Telephone Service For' NaiiRatuck Customers Call Enterprise 4700 SHALETT-LUX 'Lauhdorcrs'— Dry Cleanccs 28 £. Mjiln St, : , Waterbury : Main Office & Plant, •23 Walnut 7 St. Exti Watertown — Nimgatuck i Mlddicbu.-y YOUR -EYEGLASSES SHOP Tonilinson Ncury Building Nuugatuck, Conn. . STORE.: CLOSED ALL DAY EACH. MONDAY DURING ,-• JULY ANT>. AUGUST Announcing — NEW STORE HOURS From 9:00 to 6:00 Tues. - Thurs. From 9:00 to 9:00 Mpn. -, Wed. •""X ' Fri. -Sat . , -,V,•-.••' 'x • .'.". •• • •- -. We feel certain that, \yith these-new •store hours you will get adequate service/in : your: • ; ability, to secure your record needs. ••';•-•-: : ^•r^vr'-. Full Stock of^New Records; New records when they .arc. new is the policy- b.f, oiir ';". • business. Try us the next time you have'the urge to.he^r V,, one ci! -the r.o\yest band or vocal numbers. . •'. .--.'•• , ; , Classical Music Interpretation -;'-• : -'v ; ; By Miss E. Roberts ...--. r Miss Roberts will be pleased to have you stop in Monday . Jiiid Wednesday evenings and discuss with her ybiiF dif-' fercut questions on the many classical music'themes"that- arc bothering-you. ' . . .''•'•'\--ffi. Marjorie Doolittle is constantly- in attendance to assist you in selections and to help you in any- way. SChurchSt. I i

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