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Saturday, July 15, 1944
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SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1944 -NAUGATUOK DAItY NEWS Pa«e,Three Personal Social nt it*. >e Marguerite M. Kissane Bride Of J. H. Dowling Engagement Is Announced Tl,|.t morning n' U o'colck. St. Mary 1 " church was licuutlfulty dec- prntoil wlltl calla lilliv and white ,.j n ,IU>Iu.< and trimmed wltli palms Jnil terns an Marguerite Mary Kl».iano W '^- M unltoU in man-Inge lo f John Hnwtt Dowling. The cere- money wi" prrformod by .Rev. jani''* O. Lambert of St. Jamon' church, Slratfunl. (aid ,-ipocial nui- s lc wa.i r e ml o r u cl by William b'Brli'ti of Waterbury. , Mi.-i.i Kisaue i* l.ho daughter of | j(r. niul Mr.i, John P. Ki.s.Janc of jlinh .itroot, anil tho bridegroom Is !hi- ."on of Mrs. Mary Dowllng of Hurtfurd. The briil-?, who wax given iiv marriage by nor rather, was beautifully nownoil In luce and mnrctuU- ctto, fashioned with a high M.-I.-I-- lir.i 1 . a yolti- accentuated with seed JK'IU-K a fitted bodice, long taper- In^ sloovus and a full skirt ter- minuting in- a train. She wore a finROi'-tip vjit of Illusion which was fji.-iL-nfil to a tiara of niutchlng low, edjreil with seed pearls. curded u shower bouquet, of wlilto I-MOH and baby's breath with an ort-hhl ci-nlcr. Bcrniiri- M. .Downey of Waterbury, a C'.-nisin of the bride, was the [uaivt uf honor. Hor gown was o! miiuiniitrinu mnrquisctcc a styled with a high necltllno. It hat! bi.<hop sleeves and it bouffant skirt Sim wore a Julirl cap wilh a mulching shoulder veil and car- i-ii'J iv Colonial bounuet. Thj two brU'.esmnld.i wore Identical gowns o.' lemon yellow an<.l carried Colonial bouquets. They \^ere Mrs. James it .Lagan of Hartford and Mrs. Vincjin IX O'Xei! of I'utnam, both classmates of t.hc bride Hi St. f-'rnncis Suhool of Xutv-lnK. Hart ford. Mrs, Klssane wore a pink sheer Kown witli lace in.sertionn and Mrs. bowling wore a blue print. Both li«d corsnjrw of pin): roses. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was 'held for about 70 jrut-ats al T-.ift-thc-I.atch tun. Mid- <!k-bnry. Tn the afternoon, a reception was held nt the home of Uie bride's parer..(s. Out-of-town gitestj included were from Hartford, Wa- tiM-btiry, Putnani, New London, Fiirmlngton, West Haven and Win- sti'd. When Hie couple InCt for r.n un- unuui ;ed wvddin.i,' trip, Mrs. Dowling wore ,'i .Spanish i-kifth tropical Married Today MKS. JOHN II. worsted suit with \\-hito acce.Hsor ies. Mrs. Dowling is a graduale of i Xaugatuci; High .school and St. Francis Hospital School of NUI-Hing, Htirtforcl. -\rr. Dowling \s u potty officer In tlio U. S. Navy Seabecs and is .s.'aloinod at Camp Parks, California. Before his entrance into service he was associated with tlio Southern Now England Telephone Co. After the wedding trip hc.wi!! return to camp and hi',; wifo will reside with her parents. Corp. And Mrs. Thomas Eng-le Visit In Boro Returning with Mrs. William R. Engle of ISO Cherry street, who m:uif a trip to various states in tho South on her vacation the last twn weeks, wore her son, .Corporal Thomas Kngle and his wife. Corporal and Mrs. Knglo wit! ipetul several days in the borough, ind will then return, to Fort Mfindo, where the s o 1 d i u r is itatloncd. The Koldier'K mother visited relatives on her tour through the South, Lieutenant Krell IsiBferriedTo Boston Resident 'First" lit.. Wilfred Krcll, son of Mrs. Henry.Krejl of Carroll street, and Mi»s'Uorothy Stuart of Boxton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Edward SUin.rt, were married July 8 in the Sciirsdalc Baptist church, Scarsdale, N, Y., it was announctd Friday. About 100 attended ; the wedding. . Lt; Krell, who is In. the Army Air Transport service, Is stationed at Romulus Field, Detroit.-He is a graduate of the Mount Hcrmon school, Maafi., and attended Obprlln college, OHio. Hi« brother, George, of Hartford served as best man. The coupie will reside in Detroit. ' ' ' BOROUGH bAILY DIARY Overtaken By The" , . JULY 1944 I M . T W T » !•• J'S s 6 » e 9. 10 11 12 1114 IS 16 17 1* 1» 20 » 11 21 24 25 26 27 28 29 10 11 Coming: Events TONIGHT MISS COR1SKE KVTH The duns-liter of Mr. und Mrs. Rudolph M. .Hciimick, Av.nlon circle,. Wutrrhury, and lu-r eiltriiK<-iiiitnl! lo Private Ricliard Joseph. A. ; C. S., the suit of Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry Joseph, Cliicii^o, I",, was Iowa Girl Is Engaged To Local Soldier, Overseas 3VII*s Shocke.V'» i'iijrajren>i.-nt tx> 1'fc. Arthur L. Taylor, won of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor of KMi Spring htreet, WUH aiuioiinccd mi ThiirKcluy, July 1.3th N at • the 20th iitiiiLvcniury party of thc local couple. About £5 couple* wore present at the annivcrHury St. HedwlK'i Bnznar, Church Fuvllloii TOMOIiROW Bazaar oOo JULY 17 Ked Croiw Mobile Unit, Y. M. C. A. .JULY l!l Blood Band Concert, Hand, Tho Gri.-<m Community Trying to comfort hix weeping wife and daughter. In a Chicago police station Is'.ToKcph Jumex ,JaWon»kl follouinjr hi* arront a»-»- fudUve from Jollet Prinon Kami. While KervlnR- a^life, term ^for<.:a.'holdup, .murder, he CKCapcd in I'M'.) und remained, frcc : .untll the ...other, .day. .After hiH arrest at a plant where he trail a die maker, lie -wM <te- Hcrlbd lui one of the company's most rcllahln" worker*.' (Intemittional Soundphoto). . , . . Miss Ht>iiiil<:k wiis ei-iiiluutet! from Crosliy liifli school and Is. now :i senior n(: Syracnso univrrsily. Her father, Rudolph M. Hon- iili-k. is |iiililish<-r of tin- Nuimiitiivk Daily NI.-XVM. J'rlvad; .lusi-ph, an iiluniiius of Syracuse university, Is now ttta'- tioiii>d at Hoca Hation Air Field, Florida. No duti? has hot'ii set for tho wedding. Audrey Carrington, Robert McDermott, Wed fotluirclt Hillside Congregational IU-v. I'uiil AV, I'etor^ou On Sunday. July ICth, the worship .service will be held at 11:00 o'clock. Thu subject of the sermon will bi-, "Behold the Uimh of God." .Following tho service the Lord's Supper will be celebrated. Tim mid-woek service on Wot nesdny evening at 8:00 o'clock wi ln^ niv«n ovor to Bible study, Th fourth c.-hiiptei- of Genesis will b di.icii.Hscd. On Friday evening at 7:1 o'oluek. Boy Scout Troop No. will meet. On .Saturday afternoon and Sun ilfiy, July 22 and 23, tho Eastern Sunday School association wi! rr.i-et iit Cromwell, Conn., for It- annual conference j{.-v JoMrph C. Oanlolson of Chi Cairo, fllinois, will be the .Mpuaker ThiM will be in conjunction with thi; 2-ith annual Cromwell confer cncu which takes place July 22 to 30. Naugatuck Methodist Itev. T. Bradley I,oii£Ntuff .11:00 a. in, Sunday service, Sor- mon, "The Christian Pilgrims." Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Fidelity Bible class monthly business social. Congregational Itt-v. ICdwurd K. Ilanco Tin.- mornintr worship • will bt hi.-ld at 'I I o'clock. The minister Ki-v. Edward K. Ilance, will preach on "Who Is A Christian?" Music: .Introductory voluntary "Tficctita In C. Major," Each; "Adagio in A Minor," Bach; thi.-ni, "Send Forth Thy Spirit," •Sehuetky; offertory, "Y« VVatch- I-I'.H and Ye Holy Ones;" concluding voltintiiry, "Prelude and I'tiptio I" K Minor," Uach. Adult choir rehearsal, Tuesday KVtMimK. 7:30 p. m. St. Michael's iluv, A. I-', 'J-ewls The vii-eM at St. MlC'hnel'.i chiireh om Sunday, July 10, sixth Simdny after Trinity, will be p.* follows : Celebration of illie Holy Communion at 7:3f> a. m. Morn- Invr prayt;r anil sermon at 11 a, m. Sermon subject, "Baptism and (i New r.ire." Thursady; 7:00 p, m. Grammar School Girls' choir in choir room. ":30 p. m. r-tlKh School Girls' choir in choir room. Friday: 7:00 p. m. Altos Pf«no.s; entire choir ut 7:30 p. aind m. Salem ]{. Lutheran Synod) I'nwtor Sixth Sunday After Trinity. Tim Majesty of the Law (Matthew ri: 17-19). Ushers—Miles Berry and Arthur Johnson. Sunday, 9;30 a. m. Relish gor- V ' C| '. Mr, Klaus SchaelTor of Yale Divinity school will conduct the "ervlce. Soloist—Mrs. Miles Berry. Holy Saviour (T'olish Xittloniil Catholic) I Itov. I,oul.s KiicxurowMkl >tassos celebrated at 8 a. in, and 10:20 a. m. St. Mary's (Komnn Catholic) Itov. XlioniiiH M. Griffin The Manses at St. Mary's church will be, celebrated at 7:30, 9:30 and 11 n. in. St. Hedwig's (I'olNh llc.inun Cutholic) Jlev. S. F. Tho Masses at St. HcdwlR'3 church will be celebrated at C:30, 8, 0:30 and 11 a. m. Tho re-KiiIar weekly vesper ser- vlco will be nt 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. St. Francis' (Roman Catholic) J, .1. l'it/.Kcr:ild, 1'astor Massoa will be celebrated In St. rancis' church Sunday morning fit 7, D and 11 o'clock. Miss Audrey Carrinffton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carrir.K- ton o:' Clark Hill rond. Prospect, W:LS married this morninp: at 0 o'clock in St. Mary's church to Robert McDermott. son of Mr, and Mrs. Andrew McDermott of Porter avenue, Middlebury. The bride was {{iven in marriage by her father with Kev. Thomas Grillln perform- in}; the ceremony. Tho bride was beautifully attired in a frown of white lace with n. sweetheart neckline an<l Ion;; pointed sleeves. It had a tight bodice and a full skirt with inserts of tulle. She wore a full length vail crowned with oran|,'c blossoms and her bouquc7 consisted of gardenias, stephanotis and orchids. Miss Arlette Carri:i{, p ton. a nister of tho bride, who was makl-or-hon- or, wore an arjua jrown with a tai'- I'eia bodice and a full skirt of tulle. Her hat was aqua lace and she carried pink roses. Tho bridesmaids, Miss Ruby Keane, and Miss Jane Scanlon, cousin ot the bride, were dressed In yellow frowns of nioussoiinc do sole, whTch wore fashioned with sweetheart necklines, tiRht bodices, and three quarter lenjrth sleeves. The wore yellow and carried yellow roses. Vincent L,a Po.-ta of Waterbiu'y actcrl ns best rnan and Anrrcw Mc- .Dcrmott. brother of the bridegroom, and Leonard Montori of Waturbury were the ushers. M-i'K. Carrintrton was dressed in ohartrusc with black accessories; while Mrs. McDermott wore a two piece white dross with white accessories. , After the ceremony a reception was hnlcl at St. George's hall for about l.'O guests, including those' from Boston, IVcw Haven, T-Tart- 1'ord, Norwich, Mericlen. Prospect, Micidlebury and Waterbury. When Mr. and Mrs. McDermott left for an unannounced wedding trip, Mrs, McDormott wore an aqua dress of sheer crepe with black and white accessories. Mrs, McDormott is a graduate of Wiiby hiph school, Waterbury, and Mr. McbormoU is a graduate of Naugatuck hi^rh school. Bride-To-Be Is Honor Guest At Personal Shower Miss Elaine Gi'icder, wliose coming marriage lo William Connelly, ] Jr., U. S. -N'avy, will take place or. Saturday, July 22nd, was honored recently ;it a personal shower jjivcr. by 'Uie Misses Helen Ander- .-c-n n;v.l Rose Knpntka at Miss Andersen's home on. Laurel avenue. Refreshments were served and a pleasant, evening of gojncs and sports was enjoyed by friends al.tcnding. An elimination badminton contest was held and Grace Woodl'icld and Lorraine'.ly wore relumed the winners, despite many polen- tial mishaps. Mildred Perkins entertained with ferns of letrtrdemain and fortunes •while Dorothy Ahnciuist jircscntcd an exhibition of lerpsichorean. art in her own Inimitable style. A special feature was the'prcs- cr,Uii-io;i pf the Melody Maids ciuar- ti:L. \vliu offered several vocal .selection?. This quartcl. 'was rnade up of Dot-is Pisehotle, Sally Guicd- cr. Ma.rg.iret Fruin and Molly Cob- boll. The guests included Melon Andersen, Rose Zapa:.ka, Mildred Perkins, Matt'ic Grelc, Grace Woodfield. Eiair.e Poulin, Rita p'Neil, Doris PiscliottP, Florence Mooney, Lcor.a Davis, Evelyn Emery, .Margaret Fruin, Irene Banner. Lucy .S'lakuni, Buatric-.' Gauvin, Jean Chipman, Helen Sultana, Lorraine Reilly, Minhelc De Biuse, M.olly Cobbo'.l, Sally Grieder. Mao' Pi-rjlo, Dorothy Nicsson, j:iu ' .Mary Cob- boll. S^'s4vfr;'.-t^P|h.'':-4^:..K .'•- .S3-;JrS >>,.•.... ••vT-V-i-' j -. Slectmccn, IlcKlitrara, und. Town Clerk Meeting for New Voters, Town Mull . oOo JULY 24 Paper Salvugc Collection oOo JULY 23 Pujk>r Sulvuife Colloctlon Weather Report | Massachusetts — Saturday 'and Sunduy fair: Slowly rising temperature except for a cool sea breeze along the coast on Saturday. Rhode Island and Connecticut— Saturday and Sunday fair. « — On The Air Today MISS VIRGINIA K. SHOCKEY occasion, with Miss Shockcy lieing one of the (riie»f,s of honor. Mr. ,nnd Mrs. Taylor rncelvcd ninny beautiful gifts in honor of tin? event. Miss Shockey Is the daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Clinrlcs V. Shockey of Council Uluffs, Iowa. 1'fc. Taylor In now stationed with tin: L", S. Army in Burma. ?>'o date liiis been not for the wedding. Vacationing In Harrisburg, Penn, Miss Anna Anderson rind Mr?. Helen Butkus of MillviHc arn spending I.heir vaca-tion in Harrisburg, Penn. T;hey also visited H e r s h c y and Ir.< Gap where Mi-5. Eutl:us's husband 1's stationed. Local Resident To Vacation At Bantam Mrs. Mildred Hair of Cliff street, an employee of the Naugatuck Savings bank, will leave for a two- week's vacation at Bartam Lake. She will join ihcr molher. Mrs. Mattie Brigps, and .har son. Robert, who are' spending the summer there. Stage Being Set For Democratic National Convention Quiz - Chicago, July - 10-(U P)—Final preparations arc underway in Chicago for the Democratic national convention, which opens Wednesday. Chairman Robert Hannegan of the Democratic national committee arrives on the convention scene today after last minute conferences with tho president. The renormna- lion of President Roosevelt is believed certain. But the choice of a vice-presidential nominee still remains open. At present more than 20 prominent Democrats are said to be eyeing the vice-presidential nomination. Thomas Jefferson Papers Microfilmed For Libraries St. Anthony's I'rosiicct. Conn, (liotnnti Catholic) Masses will be celebrated at St. Anthony's church in Prospect Sun- ay morning at 8 and 10 o'clock. BEACON FALLS United Church (llnv. Harry K. Thonws, PnHtor) The Everyman's Bib''o class will nnct at the church at 9:30 o'clock vlth President Clayton Dubols In hnrftc of the meeting. Morning hour of worship service 111 bo conducted nt 10:.15 o'clock, it.h Rev. Harry E. Thomas, tho astor, officiating and delivering ho oermon. In the evening the Christian En- envor society will meet at the hut-cli at 7 o'clock. A. Fiftal, U. S. N., Promoted To W. 0. Alexander E. Fiftal. N. S. N., nnri-of Mr. find Mrs. Walter FifUil, of Cornwall avenue, .Watorbury, has been promoted from Chief Petty Officer to Warrant Officer A: P, C. Warrant Officer Fjftnl, who itv now .stationed somewhere inutile Pacific, is well known' through~out the borough. Local Couple Is At Hotel New Yorker Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Larrivce of Prospect street, who are spending aovoral days in Now York, are registered at the Hotel New Yorker. Thrive In U. S. Mission Hospital New York (UP)— The 11-months old JJ Loft." triplets, "Why Wore We "How Shall We Grow" and St. Michael's (Itomnn Catholic) Jlov. .leroino Cook. Pastor Tho Masses for tho parishioners _.' St. Michael's church will be coli-lirntod ixt 8 o'clock, 0:15 o'clock and :il o'clock on Sunday morning In tho now church on Maplo avenue. S Local Resident Saytrcck Visitor Mrs.'Jonnio Wilson of May avc. nuo has returned home aftci spending the past few weeks at Saybrook, Conn. Visited Relatives In Spring-field, Ohio Mr, and Mrs. James O. Flora and son, Jimmy, of Hunter's Hill, have returned from Springfield, Ohio, where they 'had been visiting relatives. Spend Several Days At Myrtle Beach The Misses Dorothy Roberts and Alberta R. Enfrlo spent, a few days at'Myrtle beach in Milford as tho guests of Peggy Curtin. "What Will Mnlco Us JTappy"' are doing nnc, 'thanks to'-the care''.of niii-sos and doctors at' the Methodist Hospital in Nyadirl, Southern JJhodfwia, Africa,, the Board 'of 'Missions and Church. Extension of the Methodist Church reports: The triplets, two'boys and a girl ("What Wil! Make Us Happy" ys the girl) were born in the African bush a'nci were ' taken to N'yadiri two months after their mother died in the middle- .of last .July, which is the height of ttio South African winter. When they arrived they were wearing .nothing but calico and their lives were despaired of, according, to- Dr. .A. Garllcld Anderson, : of Chicago,-(superintendent of the hospital. ;In seven months, however, they weighed' 17 pounds each and give every indication of growing to an old .-age. ' . Their survival Is the more remarkable in the face of the un- cient African superstition which dooms twins, and triplets to almost immediate death, as they are considered bad luck. Missionaries have made some inroads on this belief and today the grandfather of the , triplets visits them and his wrinkled face beams : with obvious delight. . . • :- - - Two Conn. 0. P. A. Violators To Be Sentenced July 25th . Hartford, July 15—(UP)—Th= Connecticut Importing company of New Haven and .two of its officers have pleaded Pruilty in federal, court, to cJharpes of con.spir- •acy to violate O-P-A regulations, They wiH be sentenced July 25th. The.pleas wore entered by President Morris Brochin and Secretary Sol R«:binowit; r ., Another mambcr of l.he firm—Sally Robins—on!.erod u plea of innocent and will go on: trial -Live- 25th of July. \ The firm was one of several recently named in indictments charging, violation of O-P-A regulations and engaging in blade market activities. BUY WAK BONDS AND STAMPS Washing-Ion (UP)—The collected papers of Thomas Jefferson held in the Library of Congress will be microfilmed and the copies made available to other research centers in tho United Stales, it was announced recently. The collection—constitutions the major portion of the surviving Jefferson originals — contains ap- proximalely 65.000 pages in 23G folio volumes which will be transposed into about SO microfilm reels of 'about 100 feet saah. It is expected the . job .will be completed by -Ihe e-nd of July. As a result of Uie microfilming it has been necessary to re-catalogue the entire collection and description material was prepared to accompany . l.he microfilm reproductions. Dozens of -manuscripts previously not perfectly understood have been identified and dated, the Library of Congress said. The collection includes not only Presidential documents but much personal correspondence in which Jefferson touched upon philosophy, science, agriculture and the arts. Like many other Virginians of his day, Jefferson made copies of. a! his letters, preserving: the entire correspondence. Twelve institulions hrtve alrcadj ordered microfilm copies: the Amerii'-an Philosophical Society Philadelphia; Princeton University Library, Princeton, 1ST. J.; University of California Libraries Berkeley, Cal.; New York Public Library; Harvard 'University Library, Cambridge, Mass.; Columbia University Library, New York; Stanford University Library, Palo Allo, Cal.; Universily of Minnesota Library. 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