Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 29, 1942 · Page 1
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 1

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, July 29, 1942
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NAUaATTJOK DAILY N»WB, Women's Activities MINNIE T. AHERN, EDITOR 01iam Jennings Married Recently Page Registrars To Meet •'*'• iuym"im uid - Miss iiitflilrr of of Kill iKu'is Rvu Bohlun- Mr. amUMrs, Julian Hlvi'r, worn iu«p- »«• m, In St. Joby Uev. Likeable Apron ,,,.|<l'' w ,is atllwl In a I ,,, m , t n|tils ( 'llc IrlMimed with which ?»lu< wore u veil 1'i'oiu ui'orouul, I lor bridal Of WhUO IV A rt ' ( ' 1 ' UH I;|>HM Hnhknskl, n sister of lirlih', was hridt'Hiimlct and worn ,ll,,\v'm.-ii'Mid^cHe gown and hat. 1 ,!,.(,. sin 1 ourrlod souvenir / KIM nk Snillh of iNaugntuok [ll'Sl Ml Ul. . | on wa.-i held at the Floral wlili K»i';ilH being pi fi-iiiii SViit'.'Mbury, MUford, Say- N.iuxuluok, Chester and ? *i navy blue young ouuple New H I root oxton vauatl'on at Cedar flu- iii'lili- uh!,' wlu'ii lick l.t'itt <>f IfDJOl.N NAVY \V;iriTii .l«»cUlnun a* left y.'sf<T(hiy wlim- In- will of lUil>l>er uvu- I'oi 1 Now York Join (.ho U, AT (;\,>ii> Jdlm.sdii ol' ;n i\o\v street Is vai'iillon at (.lump Main Waturltiwn. I (Jl'KSTS Hoy Shumait of Wll- ar« Iho KUUHtn of r>f Sootl street, Mr. and Klhi IHTH.N KMO.M ,NK\V YOHK Mr, unit Mrs. Vim-wit Culotla I'llff stp't-t have (•(•turned from tt-to visit In iNi-w York elly, IllsiTHl) PAHKNTS liari'lrk, a member of the reserve, has returwul to Go- university, N, Y,, after vlslt- hi* pfsrenls, Mr. and Mrs, Mar- (iuiTifk, Sr., of lliKh Htroet. IIKI) I''M(MI CAMP M3K iharles Connor of Har- coui'l has been iJrom Cariifi I,«T lo Camp IT VIIUilMA IIKA1III Mi.y Hi'li'ii M. ifawson of North )|)ln rftrei'l Is ainoni,' I ho 'KavaliiT liulrl, Virginia |« VACATION Jliw In-iii' S<|ulrfM, secretary of J|. ( IOTI!-Chamber of Coiiimoren, IH HT vacation at AnnlHfiiwni/ M.NHISKUY ,\IKK Th-'fuonllily meeting of Ihn Nnu- flliii'k I My Nurnery (iHsoolatl'on will hh"hUl llu- mu'HH'y Friday morn- at 10 o'clock. Ill WUMT IIMACH MN. .\iuilp.Sm-Kfaiil of fllTTf ntrnct »l Mrs. John Weber of MlllvWIe fl lodfiy for Walnut .Hqaoli where 'fey will spend several dyas, ImWIOTKI) TO TOP SAHGICANT II.IH been received by All»l Mui'k»-y of Alma street thai M 1 . Sergeant James Markey, proinol«rl. to tho rank of ml at the 07th Ah PATTERN 161M-B a few strips of ria-truo braid, smartly a[)plled, transform this apron. It Is strictly practical, yet it is decorative tool You are going to have extra fun making it and you'll take extra pleasure In wearing it. Note the clever construction which avoids -all buttons — Ohis, is an apron to sll'p over the head.' and tic In place, Uarbado Hell Pattern No. 1040-0 Is dusigmul for sixes 14, 10, 18, 20; 'iO,. .42, 4'j and 40j Uorrespqndlns bust nicasurtmionts 32, 34, 30, 38, 'iO, -Vi, M and /•(>. Sl/e 10 (tf-i) re- ((itlrns 2 l-''i yards 32 or 3G-Inoli material, 7 yards rlo-rac, Wo aru ready with a now Fashion Hook for .Kail, a fascinating' guide to styles for the •corning season. Send 15 cents for your copy today. It may bo ordered'.with a KV-ocnt pnHorn for £> bents, plus i cent i'oP postage. , For this attractive pattern send JfJo, plus Ic for posago, In coins with your name, address, pattern number and sl/e wanted to Barbara Boll, Naugatuck Dally News, 'Post Office Box 7f>, Station O, Wow York, N. Y, lo 8 oii|> (ilKTS 1:1; MAKICH ('npa(!lly ITRISIFS "'Vl'KM ST. IIIAL ,'J-27(J! S'l, DIAL (il,A.SSVVA«K • K ITCH ION SC.MtClC! M'o Still Htivo S'OIFIO. $2.95 SCHNEER c w CRI ** Demonstration of Canning 1 Yesterday ' A canning demonstration Avasheld yesterday at the borne of Mrs. Clay- tan I' 1 . Davis of Ml-flh street, undoi 'tlui'leadership of Mrs. Mlsncy,^ canning Instructor, of the Now Haven Farm Uureau, Tho next demonstration will bo held the. latter part of August-at Mrs. Davis'homo and poaches, poarfc and lima beans will bo canned, The public is Invited to attend, VISITKI) HI'iLATIVES Mrs. Robert Cook and daughter Nancy, of Lewis street, 'have returned from Wlllla-msport, Pa., where they visited relatives for the past throe weeks, . IT JCWCLCRS Mold S». — 4-2206 TASKS I.NACTI doing war ;unl fli-- lift work niTd a l fciiiiiiullou |1;ir '' U' ll pin WH SOUTM I 50UTH MAIN Imvo Kiwi- l (lint IM-I-M lookini; Credit 'rorni* l''r»ok foi'I! DORIS \H(» MAIN «. » M < L OX ._ ... Pvt. Kenneth Tuckcy, who Is «ta- tioned at Kort Kiiox, "K.V., Is spending a 10-day furlough with, his parents, 'Mr; .and Airs, Uleha-rd Tuckey of Orchard terrace. MOTON TO >V1L1JAMSI»0«T Mrs, Olllo I/orson'of'Central avenue arid Children, HlCa and,;Bllly, motored to \yilljarnsport -over tho wook-end SvliOro-Wioy visited friends and relatives, .•••; ... AT (!AMI» KASri'ON . ' ''''•' .- Soott-- Wltherwax of Uockwoll ; av- onuo Is spending a vacation at Camp Htoston,' Sharon, Conn, HKTUHN •• VISIT Mrs/ Alvln Noble and daughter, Jotmn, of To lies sciuaro, have returned -frotn a vlalt \vlWi relatives In Wllllarnsport, Pa. VISIT1XO SON ; Mrs. Claude Uogors of. WilliamH- port', Pa,; Is visiting lior»on, Ilazon flogers -of Central dvonuo. AT CAMP MATAOCHA Jamos S, Davis, son. of Mr, ana Mrs, C, F, Davis of High street loft •today for .Clamp MaUUc-h'ri > In WH : itortcn^n Avhoro he svlll «pond a two weeks 1 vacation, NKTUIIN-1IOMK Mr, and Mrs. H, W. Smith .'and 'family, of Now street have returned from Clnvcland, -.plilo 'whoro th'ey filiont llio-pnst. two 'WeokH.- Mr, Smith Is the,manager, of tho 0. C, Murphy Co, store hero. A New Spread From * Scraps , OBITPARY (PRIVATE BUCK ..C" By Clyde Lewis! - *xm Jll- Q \ '" -'-"I ' - . r + ' • I ZWICK The lwo"i t O(jistVni',s will .hold sessions on'August 7 nnd August 14 at tho Town Hull'l)iiil(liiif) fof tho purpose of party enrollments, correctiiifi tho \votlnfl llsl.s (uid transaetiiifj any otlier business In (help particular Hold in preparation for the coihinn cnucusesniiiJ elections. ".;'. Local Young Couple Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Frad Mp.wr.oy. of 8-i Uoekwell avenue., today announced t-ho. engagement of their daugjiter, Batty Jane, , lo 13d mil rid ShJllhsKas, son .of Mr. and Mrs. .iosoph 'Slillln- :as of Melbourne eouut.'':-Both are graduates of,the class pif'.;l!>3i) f . Naugatuck high scliool'. The wedding wfll .-lak^j -pl'oo'c >on August d.5. Nick Ba leer ski Feted By Friends Nick BaloerskI of Anderson street, who enlisted in the U.< S. navy and left yesterday .from New Haven, was tendered ,a farowoli parly ro- ccntly at Sullivan's inn, Cotton Hollow, by a -number of friends, llo was prc.scnlocl with a gift and a sum of money. Mr.. Balcci'ski 1 Is well known .in Naugafuck'and Union Oily. He bass been employed in 1,119 i'»aohlne;shop of the. U. S. Rubber company anil bas been active in sports, i not u ding professional 'wrestling., exhibitions at i smokers ajjrl other onterlaln j monts. lie also .performed with I'YIU Klambt and his troupe and v^- pearcd in many of ,tho "Y" exhibitions. . Mr, Baleor.skl'.has enlisted In the aviation maclilnlsls' branch oi' the navy. , ; : - •• ' HKCKNTLY Ti\ N, Y. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin R.• Gurran oC North Main street wui\u recent visitors in New .York bily. Knitters Needed For Red Cross Naugatuck, clia'pter^ American. *Red Gross, . has an order .on .'hand for women's" .sweaters i'or war relletV These -are,badly needed to c'bmplete the present quota-.• Knitters are asked . to kindly offer their, services kn'medidtely. Funeral Mrs. Louise liritcs The funeral,of'Mrs/JLouise Britcs , of 139 Andrew.avenue, w^s lie! this morning at 8:30 from the^Buck miller funeral home, 22 Park place ,to ,'St. Francis' church, where .solemn high Mass 'was celebrated by Rev. George Dunn. Rev. Join McTeagiie/ served : as deacon and Rev. Arthur McEnen'oriy was sub- deacon. , •'' "" ; r r • Miss prances Higgl'hs, organist played the "Funeral March," "Pauls Angclicus" arid "Abide: With Mo;' M}ss Anna Dowling was. soloist. . Bearers were;,Domenic Condc, Alfred Mattos, Afah-uel Gohcalves, Del- flno Pula,;Jacinto Fidalgo and Manuel Scares.; o. Burial- was ' In St. James* ceme. tcry wl'tli Hoy/'. George .Dunn conducting the committal services." .";—1^— ''***,'+. '',...•—— ANNIVERSARY MASS \ A fjpst anniversary requiem Mass will be celebrated at 8 u. m. Saturday, in St. Mary's church i'or the 1'ate Mrs. F-rank Jones. CONTRACT HAS IN NEW YORK Miss Evelyn Warren street Is on a business York city. of Meadow to -New- FROM TRIP -Glarcnoo Frecdman .... of • the Freedman Co., has resumed duties after enjoying, a week's cation trip. M. his va- \ HOT GINGKHBREAD SQUARES (Bake and Servo Jn i Samo,;D}s,h). Ii]!) IIKIUC John .Broswihan of. 'Bethlehem, 1 Pa., formbr,.-local resident was a rqocnl, visitor at the home 'of his nib Mi or 'Mrs. Mary Brpsn'ahnh of High/land avenue.. • Pj'Cparo. and bake/ ' * the bread mix based, on Mary Ball Washington's rcclpe,> ace,ordingv to directions on the. package: -(Batter may be baked in a rtictarig'ular glass ^baking dish, or. other baking dish, or cake pan suitable for serving from the table;)"' In ;- advance of baking blond together well 3 oz. c;'eain clieesc and 3 tbsps. milk iUnti 1 of spreading .consistency; whip. untM light and creamy. Cut hot gingerbread at the table ju^t before -serving; split, spicad with whipped choose. 8 'servings. " > t PATTE|W No. 1821 Putting patches'together'to' form colorful'and interesting pattern^ is a relaxing^ and e^i^rOssing pastime. So m?my ;fa-vorlte, pastimes reciqire expenditure on y^our sp'art, that it is gratl^'ymg^ to have a.,hoftlyy ( that costs 4 so liljtle and is^rea.tlve at the same time. Pi«k ortt an assortment | ofk prints , r ^nd' »olid-t,oned fabrics'| ifroni' your f >vork-ibag . and make 'yout-self'a r ne\vbedspread fitom 15->Inch patch' squares joined by, strips I of one color. i Pattern envelope contains cutout designs 'for each patoh.or pattern; a'lso full directions. i Send lie. (coin) for alcove pattern, 'number to Naugatuck Daily News, UVeedle Arts :Dep't, P. r 0. Box 172, '"Station D f . New-York, N: Y.. WashinglQ.n/ July 29— (UP)— Plans to hear more testimony today from Andrew Higglhs, 1 the New Orleans shipbuilder, have been called off. Higgins has left for New Orleans. The ship builder's. ; contract to •build 200 "L-iberty ships" was 'cancelled by the Maritime commission because of «, shortage of steeK Two Son-ale' committees' if car testimony today frojn aviation and production experts on the advisa^- l)ility of building huge cargo pianos to carry men .and matcrJals to distant war theatres. "My nose gets cold at night Samel TWO HURT IN AWO CRASH PLANNING TO FIGHT REMOVAL Washington and lego, Washington, .first college to be ol\ tho -Allegheny has a library Ilia! .Jefferson Col- Pa., -was- the established .west mountains It was ,a gift from Bjible Class Picnic Will Not Be Held Benjamin Franklin, , Tho Folcn .Community in J^exington, Afass , Is Ihe only heptugonal church church nation's building. The pj'Cnlc," of the John Wesley Bible "class of -the -Naugatuck Methodist church, scheduled for August 3, has been cancelled. A corn roast will be hold in September. -At this time, there will <also be* a Swappers' party The date will be announced later, so that members and irlends can plan In advance tho articles 1/htfy HvIIl'brJng to swap. J\ CORNWALL ' Miss Betty Green, daugiiter of Postmaster and Mrs, prank T Green, of FaJrview avenue, is vacationing in Cornwall, Conn. New York, July 29— (UP)— The publisher of the New York En- guirer, William Griffin, pJans to fight removal 4 to Washington for trial on charges of conspiracy to lower army morale. ,, Griffin 'has been released in $5,000 bail for a hearing August 11 on the removal proceedings. He appeared in court with a nurse after leaving a hospital Where's under treatment for a heart ailment. He refused to waive his right lo have a removal hearing. • Three pigeons recently were clocked at an average of 46 miles p per hour, in a 670-mile flight from /Brownsville,- Tex., ( to Oklahoma 1 - Boston, BrbokJine, Jn critical after a bus July •' 29—(U P) -T>vo resiclerjts nre reported •condition at u hospital a.nd automobile collision Jn which live other persons were hurt. • Francis. Casey,; the operator of the car, and 13-year-old Anita Hennessey, one of, his passengers, arc said, to be seriously liurt after tho automobile and bus '• co-lllded In Brighton. One bus passenger, Mjss Marjorie Stamps of . Waban, is still' hospitalized but her condition, is. better. Tho other' injur^u* persons were treated .and .then re- .le'ased. ' <•-•.-.'•.- MARGE Pnducnh, Kentucky, July .29—(UP). —Officials are searching for the bodies of four men 'believed to have been killed' when an oil barge exploded on the Ohio river.-'The- bodies of four other --men-Hall residents of Paducali— already have been recovered, : ; BACK OF THE BOYS IN THEE Buy Your Defense Stamps Here. k Buy Bonds — NOW! ANOTHER GOOD DEED — WRITE LETTERS "VICTORY SPECIAL" WRITING PAPER || 100 Single Sheets fTQ ^ or 60 Double Sheet! ? 50 Envelopes -tl/C 50 Envelope* They're Wailing to Hear To Get a Letter—Write a Letter SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIONERY STORE For The f amity Sweet Tooth ON VACATION . Harold McDonald, a Naugatuclv pos toff ice, i'his annual vacation; clerk in 'the is 'enjoying RKTU«N FROM CAMP Thomas Walsh of George street •and Thomas Bradshaw of High street, who spent the past four Weeks 'at St. Mary's Cfinip" In North "Woodstock, have returned to their homes here. RETURNS FROM V/VCATION Mrs (Ella Wagner ot Scott strcel, has returned* irom Wllliamsporl, Pa., wheic s'he spent a week's vacation with relatives. FOUR SQUARE PUDDING 0 slices 1-2 cup 1-4 cup 2 eggs, 2 tbsps stale-.^read- raisins brtin' cereal separated sugar 1-4 teasp nutm&g ( 2 cups milk 1 leasp vanilla 4 tbsps sugar 'Remove trusts from broad; spread wilh butter, cut bread into .squares and arrange in layers in gicascd baking dish. Sprinkle leach layer wilh rujslns and 0)ran cereal Boat e$g y,olkg; add sugar, nutmeg, milk and flavonmg; anK thoroughly and poui over bread. Bake in moderate oven-(350 degrees R), about 35 mlauj-cb. €OVor with merjngue made Irom two.beatdn egg \yhite and 4 tablespoons sugar Bake in slow oven (3(X> degrees F ) about 20 min- uties , or .until mcririgue' is'brown. Serves 8, * •<th ~'f 5 piece MAPLE KITCHEN SET fJOUSEWIVES CAN BE PATRIOTIC and at the same\time satisfy , the family sweet tooth by adopting the newest Jested recipes'Jor 'desserts. ITop is pictured* a delicious strawberry t preserves cream, pie .which uses very little, sugar, Glassed*syrup,and glcfs^ed^ea Garden strawberry preserves give the necessary sweetness. Below, a, peach dessert cake'<w)uch depends, on rTea 'Garden^Dnps /or? a delicate m«p(£-UJce -flavor antf a golden j ,brown color, ~ " -^^^« , HAM AND POTATO KOLL f _ ( f f ^ -^« ^ Ham and s\veet 'potato roll Is so good, 'and easy to make too. For this recipe, use 3 J 4 pound ground smoked ham, 1-2 pound ground pork, J-2 c"up cracker crumbs, 1 egg, 3-4 cup milk, pepper, and two cups mashed sweet potatoes. Combine all; Ingredients except potatoes. Making iM Iloll. Spread on waxed paper to one- half »fnch tbickness, >yhjph will make a sheet about 6 x 10 inches. 1 Spread with seasoned mashed, potatoes and roll lifce<a jelly roIL Press the last inch' of uncovered l meat Urmly In sp tile roil'will hold its shape A?h«^'Finished Boll," Bake 1n a 350 degree F. oven for V^rtiojurs.} 1 Qrarnjgh with pear halves/topped,\vlth mjnt meringue, made,by, Beating egg white, i ta. blospoon 00151 -syrup and 2 tablespoons mjnt Jelly^ together. lambs fattened for the, t market In Colorado > than in any other state Approximately 3,000,000 f sheep grazed On Colorado, about,half of which are (u boardcrs" from other states.,/ This -trim, hand rubbed maple kitchen set consists of four chairs and extension table that ,caii be opened to sixty-four inches, allowing ample! room to sit" six or eight places . . . it should sell for more... come in today and see for yourself •what a-really-excellent buy it is at this low price. SALE PRICE EXTENSION TABLE OPENS TO 64 INCHES

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