Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 12, 1944 · Page 3
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HI .'. «,'•; ?-, -?'•; Personal De Gaulle IK N. Y Vacationed In Vermont^ Hrrthn und Mui-tliu Kos- O f slii'ITioUl Luru\ Holeuc k.1 O of 'Act nn street, aiul tit! av- frutu Vupmoi'-t re'oy «r*' » • • Cedar Grove Hotel on Unkc Eomo- ie«n. Spending- Month In Canada Mr« Raymond Churchiill and '. of t'oi'n street, accompanied h°''hei° ntotticf nnd father, Mr, and lira John Vntijrhn of Orchard Tor- 4co Union City, are spondinic a month In Ciinml". Visiting- With Grandparents Raymond Hotchikss of Oak jUTi'i, i* spending his vucation In. Roxbi'iry. Onn., a.i jrucst of his - -cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Evelyn Jones Bride Of Williaijn Crycheau Johnson. Returned From Cape Cod Mr. nncl Mr^. Charles Noblo of Actnii street have returned from tiicir vacation nt Cape Cod, Masii. .Alinlvi-rssii-.v and WrililliiK CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TKI.. 307!* • Brforo Your f.i'avp On Your J; | Viii'iitlnii HrliiK Vour ?i|n>rt j' » Clutlicn lli'rr To Uo Ur.v } Clrani-d i D. LIEBERMAN !!(i CIIUKCII STKKKT J St. Mary's chui'ch was tlic scene of a mid-July wedding this morning when Miss Evelyn PulricUl JOHOM wus united in miifi'iage to William T, Crycheau. The ceremony WHS performed by Rev. TMomuM Grilllti nl ,10 a. m. and the bride wus ^,'ivon in marriage by her fathur. Alljin Jo'nes is the dniiRhtcr of J. Krsinlt Jones of Cemetery street dud the bridegroom is the son of Gooi'KC Crycnenu of New Haven I'orul. The brldo was beautifully attired In :i floor IcnKth,'sheer nincm jrnwn, which was trimmed • with corded iileucon lace. She wore a lltiKer tipped veil of illusion tulle with n coronet of orange blossoms, and carried a, bouquet of white ruses jiud orchids. S Mrs. J. M, Fairbanks, sister of the bi'idc was matron of honor and she wore a jrown of pini; lacu und i\et, Mer hat was a tiara of garden flowers with a shoulded lenfrth face veil. She carried an old-fashioned bouquet. Miss .Helen Tynan, a cousin of the bride and Kdna Crycheau, a sister of Uio Rroom, who were the bridesmaids, wore identical yowns of aqua lace und net tin'd a tiara ol' Kurclen flowers with shoulder length veils. They also carried old- fashioned bouquets. Raymond Grant, uncle of the irroom. was best man and the ushers were Francis Jones, brother of the bride, and Dnniel .Leary, Jr., a cousin ot" the bride. A wedding breakfast wns held following the ceremony at Lift-the- L.a!.ch .Inn, Middlebury, for the ininic'dlately families. Jtrs. Crycheau is u graduate of NuUKatuck high school and" the Watorbury hospital school of nura- inj;. Mr. Crycheau also attended Nuugaluclt high- achool. . . • For their wedding trip'to Canada Mrs. Crycheau wore a trcple sheer print with white... accessories and an orchid corsage. On return from their wedding trip, Mr. and ; Mr». Crycheau will reside on Coen. street. Return From ., •, '• Des Moines Mr. und Mrs.''Viol'or Koh:; of Quinii slroct have returned from Des Moines, Iowa, where they have been visiting their som and daugh- ,|er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. EJdon Rolls. On Vacation . In Virginia The Missus •Ohrlstihb, Amelia and Ann Gallucui of Culver slreet und Lena Mon'?nnte of Riverside Drive are visil.ln'g friends at Vlr- 'ginla Beach and a'rc registered a i|;he Princess Ann Hotel in .Vlr ginia. • .-. Returned. ..'. From Maine '•'••'' Mrs. Fred Sehumachcr, Mlllvlllc Helen L-awlcy of Cherry Btrcet''and lieo CuroIl of Andrew street have returned to Nnugutuck after vacationing nt Moosehead lake in Maine. • . At Camp In Maine John .Russell of Moore avenue and Bunjamin nnd Klaworth Randall of George street are spending the summer at camp in Winthrop, Maine. Vacationing- At Bay view . Reg-ina Sullivan At Lake Quassapaug Mi-^s Retina Sullivan of Beebe street is visiting Betty Ann Sweet- mtin at f^-ikc Quassapaug. ENLARGEMENTS FROM YOUR FAVORITE PRINTS Heave Extra Ones Made For Your Friends In The Service. They're Not Expensive C up PHOTO FINISHING You'll like the way ve do them in album style. Bring- Yours Here yOUK KODAK DKALEIt SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIO.VKKY STORE T'lic Mi.sacti Janice Hcilly of Olive .sti-uut and Mtirjoric Howard of Ptirk avenue arc vacationing at Bayviuu', Milford. Home From Hospital Mrs. Earl Bristol of Hoadlcy strec! hay returned from the Wu- terbury hospital where she underwent an operation. Meeting- To Be Held Thursday The Ladies' Auxiliary, V. F. W., will meet Thursday night at S:00 in the Post's rooms on Rubber avenue. Hot-Dog- Roast For Tony Gabacci A hot-dog roast was held recently at High Rock for Tony Gnbuc- cia, who will soon leave for service in the U. S. Navy. A large group of employes at the Naugatuck Chemical, where Mr.' Gabaccla in a .foreman, were present. . Local Family Back From Trip Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ktiapik and family of High •street have're- •Uirnad from ' a vacation' trip to Philadelphia, . WillUunsport and New York city. Vacaitioned- ' At Westbrook Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glnxcr of Gorman street- have returned, from their vacation 'til'.Westbrook,". "; Visitors. In New York . Mr. and Mrs. Riiymond Hotchkiss of Oak street, were recent visitors in New York. Henry Scliildiren, J'i'-. EoLuriicJ From Maine .l?cttinis To Ba.<c Henry Schlldpcn. Jr., of Enst Waterbury road, has returned from a [wo weeks' visit in Topsficld, Maine. . Sjrt. James B. .Mellon, Jr., has returned to the Army Air Force Base at Rapid City, South Dakota. Serfrt. Mellon is a flight engineer ona B-17 bomber. His wife, the former Theresa Wersig and they- 13-months-uld .son, Richard reside at llivcrsidc drive. I-Tomo From 'Tops-rit'ld, Maine Charles Laddcrbush of Ee.'icon Valley road has bean visiting Jor I ho past several weeks in Tops- ficld, Maine. Visited Cats kill, N. Y. Mrs. Matthew Kiely -and daughters, .Louise a.nd Gladys ot Prospect street, have returned from a visit in CaL.skill, New York, Temperature Report Thing's are beginning to look brighter, and Red Hermans is the cause .ot it all.,.Red fixed things up with the wcaThcrmnn after -last night to clear up the sky, and ho did. Red escaped getting soaked yesterday but got home just in time to go wading along the 'stree curbs. The temperature was just a bit lower today, but with the after noon coming on, it was getting hotter. ... Midnight '..' 76'- : ' ; 3 a. m 74 G a. m 73. a a, m. .:'.': si Noon ' 89 1 p, m .' 90 As a result of war indiintrlcB more thar,- one-half the stales now have smaller populations than the; had in 19-10. BUY W.YR BONUS AND STAMPS Have a Coca-Cola = He's coming home tomorrow • • • .preparing to welcome a returning soldier When your fighting man returns home, it's the simple joys he seeks;; •. reunion with his family ... moments in the living room .;. a snack and refreshment in the old familiar kitchen .. ; and ice-cold "Coke". So remember to keep some of his favorite snacks and have -ice-cold Coca-Cola in the refrigerator. He'll respond as always to the invitation Have* »&>ke". In camp or home town, tbtpaw that rtjrvbv, is a symbol of a friendly way of living. • OTTUD UNDIR AOTMOKITY ' Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY It COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATERBURY It's natural for popular name* to acquire friendly .abbreviations. That's why you -hear J Coca-Cola called "Coke"; C-CCo BOROUGH tflARY JULY 1944 .«.--,H'-'T W. T .F'.' ••] 1 3056 .»'.:• 9 10 11 IJ U "I* IS Ift 17 1* 19 20 Jl M JO Jl — — —-— —' Coming Events •• • TONIGHT /• t : t '; • Meeting -Naimatuck Fl»h and Oiuno Club, Inc., Town Hull. •". -iRbell . Camp, .Sons ,of the. '.Union, V; F. W. h»ll, Bubbcr - uvenue. ••'.'• • .' - TOMOBBOW : School Board"Meellnir, Tut- Uc House, 5 p. m. SATURDAY : St. Hedwlg'•'Bamur, Church :Pavilion - ' ;-•'.- '.•••''•'•:•.' '-SUNDAY - Blood Bed' Croiw Mobile Unit, Y. M. C.-.A. : • • •': JUUY '24 ' : : Paper Salvage Collection -oOo '- •-:•• • ' 'JULY; 2fi Police estimated that about 500,000 : pcrHom turned out to'-grcet-Gen.' ChurlcH do Gaulle'when he vl*ltc<l New York city; He IM Bhown on the elty hall MKsps with Mayor Florello H. IM. Guarrtla. The: toll leader of the French Committee for Liberation Is- waving In.unKvrer to'-thc of "Vive de Gaulle! from about'20,<H)0 persons. .(International). Faper Salvage Collection Weather Report .Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Johncct.icut—Partly cloudy toniglit and tomorrow -with- scattered showers and- thundershowers. Continued warm tonight and- tomorrow,- bQ- soniing less humid tomorrow, Eastport to p Block'Island— ; Small craft warnings are being displayed. U.& Rubber Co. Sets Record In Wire Producfion • Wire has gone to war in a big way. Billions of feet of single conductor footage, previously employed in thousands of miscellaneous appliances, house wiring, motors, generators and domestic electrical systems, is now being used at the world's battlcfronts to play a strategic part in the winning of j.tnc war.' ' • , .,-. -; • • A' j-:. ,Productipn.-of this.'vltal m'atcrjal, a nc*8cntial of front-Uric communications, has. 'reached gigantic, proportions during the last two,-and one half years. One' plant of the United States Rubber '-company has produced more than 4,178,000,000 single conductor footage ..of wire during this period. This'rec- ord for a single manufacturing: unit in more than the combined'in- dustry produced in building wire for the year 1941. . There were 170,487 cars'of "export freight other than cool and grain, handled through U. S. ports i'n May, as compared wiUl 122,080 cars Ule same month in 1943. ••-.-.. •••". ••"..•'•,•.•-. ••.-•• W-'-ijiffj.-. 4 Death ToU Now . ' M;? of of Hartford, July more do«.th«.h*v« i»««n r«pprU4 in. the . clrcu» fir*, • r*teinc--.14i*f toll to 4419 • •• • • c . ' "" - k . • '* iO*. ••-..• : '. *, ' • - ' • /• The' latent victim*' •T*:" Charter-. •KamaJomUi,' • mg*Hartford. '.•'-'„•;".=. ••••'„•'• Mn.: H«l«n Oray, •«•'. W, : Provldtnc*, • R. - I.-, .':•'. ••"' •'., •: And Mr*. Marela Ma*>n, m«* M, of Wc»t Hartford. '.. . , : The Connecticut : War • Council announced- .that 'one. duplication had. been found In pr«vlou». death lf»(x..ao that the total - now ta 'officially 1«2. : ,' •••.-. ••' : .... :... ..One : of th« ' B*v*n peraona '.;• |i«t- od a* mlaiinc baa ; been, found. . He is : Ertno Ftandera, ill-" yean old. of Belfaat, Maine. .-,,. i< ; Flandera attended- th*. elrcua but escaped unhurt. • He. waa located t-cn day at hl» EM( Hartford- roomin* houic. . . ,' , . • . • .' • Naugratuck Sailor Returns From Europe Paul KovacM .Seaman.1-C. A3. 31 M,'3., IB now home on l*»ve, with bU father, John' Kqvach: of -Aetna street. • . •.-....-,-,--' ~ "T Seaman Kovach, in' the' »ervlc» t.hecr ycara. ha* b««> Ini England— visiting London, .Liverpool;.- and other cities—Ireland, Scotland, 'and North -Africa, ••.: .,:-,:•"• •'-••.••-•. " • Fourteen of the *tat«» elect judge* and appointjotheMvr- BUV WAR BONDS AND STAMPS RATION FREE 3.45 8HOK BTOBB Shoe* for the Cotir* Family: NORWASH Starts Thursday, July 13 DRESSES Cotton, Eayon .Jerseys. Crepes Shantungs, Piqnqcs, Spuns 97 Dresses 118 Dresses 218 Dresses 94 Dresses Reg. JS.OO and $5.98 Rc K . »6.50 and $7.98 Rep, to S12.9S Re*. $12.95 to 519.98' *3.59 $ 5.00 $ S.OO $ 11.00 SPORTS WEAR SLAX SUITS •I/? Reg. J7.98 Rep. $8.98 and $10.98 '- . . • . Reg. $12.98 and $16.98 •5.00 1 Group of Dresses and Pinafores Reg. ,lo $8.98 '3.00 PLAY SUITS 13 24 17 : Re»r. »3.»§ Reg, J8.98 $10.98 and «11.M . too •9,00 COATS and SUITS 7 Shortee Coats RCJ?. $19.98 100%'All Wool . 24 Shetland Coats and Suits •• SHORTS 27 - ' •• 22 18 $ 8.00 $ 15;00 BAGS;..-- : r;:^"-~ r . ", V:-:.-.-v v ^" : '!S''. -'""" : Straws,'Plastics, File, .'Garycor'd!:''-'•,.•ii'p- AVliile "aiid'VCapestin' with Colors and'Pastela;/ Heg. $2.25 Reg. $3.00 and $3.50 Re*. $5.98 $ 1.39 $ 2.39 *4.00 •'....- . .';_."..";.•'• ReffJ'W.00 to $8:60.'-" - SKIRTS and BLOUSES 21 . . ' Reg. to »3.50 ; 07. . , •-'. -• '. °' Rcff $3.98 to $5 »8 129 Maple Street 'On The .••;.'. .-•.•;;..'\.' i " :^: ^^''.V 1 ^"".'-^ •

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