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July 18, 1944

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

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TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1044 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS (Women's. Activities—Personal & Social Timeless Classic William F. Barrett Attends Funeral Of His -Sister Witlinm K. Barrett of Bjvnuim court has returned from SetaukeL, L. I., where he attended Ihe funeral of .his sister, Mr.i. Elhui'buth lUarrett) Davis Sunday at -I p. m at the ScUuicliCl. Catholic church. L'.uria! was in Se.tiiulcut. Fun In Rompers Iowa Visitor Returns Hcme Miss Virginia Shochcy of Council HIiUTs, 'Iowa who has been spondit'.g the past several weeks us the KUe.it of Mr. uiul Mrs. Arthur Tjiylor of Spring street, has returned tu her homo. Miss Shockey's engagement to P.F.C. Arthur "L. Tjiylur of the USA was announced here last week. Helen Smolinski Guest Of Sister Miss Melon Smolinski of Now York city is spending' n three weeks' vacation . with her Bister, .Mrs. Peter Hepp. Jr., of 271 ,N"orLh Muin street. Mrs. Mitten Lent Returns From Beach Mrs. Milton I^oni: of Is'ew street linx i'etiirnocl from :i week's visit with friend.-! at l\irt Trumbull bench. .Milford. _. r.vrcKK.v inTii A irc'o'l -'in; spring or summer, ;.; [In 1 Irifkbo::^ of a good Wiird- ivbi. 1 pi;in! And fur !lu; "suit-rnind- n\" w.imrin, ll:o woman who likes sin!' I" !'''•' tl'.ati *.'"' dnos dresses - ;i l,.'!;!wi-ii:ht .-'ummur s>iit ix a n.'ivsity. I •;••; mu- can fie done in rayon siliis, iiv shantung, in s.'nnot'ii-oUi-l'.'uvd cutl'ins or in lin- ni.s i;'. eiMu'f dark or pastel color.". Marlj.-ira Kt-ll Pa I tern Xo. 1<J"C, is divii.-iii'ii fur sizes 12, II. n;, .IK :ind "". Sine 1-1 iv<|'.::res -1 1-1 yards o;'IV.'-ir.rii material or 3 yard.? of G-l inch :u:i:crial. i-'ri'iih inspiration for home sow- i;u i;; our in-w Spring ABC Pattern r'uuu ju.-'t off I he press. Or- i!"r :u: AI!C Pattern Book with a 1; cttr ji.'it,'er:i for 25 cents, jjlins for Hi;.- aiii-active [tat'err. send ;j o.nN. pul.s 1 cent for po.sio.ge, in coin.-i with your na:ne, address, l»it:.Tn liuinbpr and sizr wanted to Be Dailv .Vfiw. f'ost Office Mox 'jy. Station 6". .V?w York J!', ^'. Y. Helen Jones, R. N., Returns Home Miss Helen Jones. H N.. who i::is heini confined tu St. Mary': Ivwjiitfil. Watorhury, witJi .'i true!;in % d ankle hs.'i ivt urned to hot 1 home on Xorth Main street. Fidelity Bible Class To Meet Vacationing- At Morning-side, Woodznont Hiss Annie Cnrlcy of Meadow stl'eot is at Morninprside, \VooJ- niont. where she will spend a two weeks' \vication. Entertained Nephew For Several Weeks BOROUGH DAILY DIARY JULY 1944 . 1 M T W T F • 2 3 H S 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2? .28 29 30 31 — — — Wihidsors Arrive In 1 New'York: Coining, Events SViliiam Meyer left today for his luime in Columbus, Ohio, after spending the pas't live weeks with hi* [Hint, Mrs. Russell Tobiiis of Millvillo avenue. Local Resident Vacationed In Moodus The kitc-f'.ying Icddy hear may be eilliur appliquod or embroidered onto this eutc little romper. Pattern envelope contains a ha.l- Iron transfer for the embroidery design, and complsle instructions • m til; ing the romper iitv sixe< 1 2 and V. Our GO-page multicolored book of Needle Arts containing 1'ive free ,le:'!is, and many other suggos- .ions fur dressing up your home •and yourself is now available. Send your request for this book to the address listed bc_low, enclosing twenty cents (20c.)" in coins to'cov- er tho cost and mailing dluirges. Send 11 cents (coin) for Pattern No. R2103 to Xaugauick Daily News, Js'ecUlu Arts Dep't, P. O. Box 172, Station D, Xew Yurk 3 N. Y. Mrs. T,ois Collett of Hillside avenue, was among the Xauguttick ivsidents who vacationed this sum mi'r at Moodus, Conn. Vacationer Is Back From Moodus Mrs. GcnovicvL.' Smith of Scott street, of the U. S. Ktibbcr Co. Industrial Relations department, has r'.'tr.rm'd from Moodus. Conn., where >'he spent her vacation. Tin- monthly business meeting of tin- [-Vlolity |:ible class of the N'Hijuaruc-k McHiodiKi church will >»: lirld Thursday at 7:3<1 p. rn. with H'-v, T. [-:. Lonvstuff. Visited Relatives In Williamsport Mr. and MI-S. Howard K. Boworsi MfJ (|;riii-(iicrs. Shirley ;md Marjo:!••, h:ivr i-fMtrnrd It, their home on M:i|,.v sti-.'ct aflcr vi.sititij,- relatives i:i Williamsport. Pa. " Local Girl Is Hospital Patient Miss Barbara Gurlakis of Pond (•fill, d.'iughter of ilr. and .Mrs. Ernest Curlakis, is a patient at the Watt'i'bury hospital where she will undurgu a minor operation. Spending- Week At WiJdemere Beach Mi.ss Eleanor Brodurick of South .Main street and Miss Marjoric Healy of Coe street, W'a.'erbiiry, are spending- this week at Wilds- int.'re, Milford. Brown Family Now Vacationing' Recent Visitors In New York Mrs. Thomas T-awley and Miss Olivo Smith of North Main sti-eel were recent visitors in New York city. Albert Zapatka Visiting- Parents Coxswain Albert Zapatlia of the L". S. Xavy is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zapalka of CS Olivo street. Bible 'Study Wednesday Night The mid-week service nl the Hillside Congrog;itiunal church Wednesday evening will- be Riven over to Bible study. The fourth chapter of Genesis will be discussed. To Visit Husband In San Francisco Mrs. Catherine Bartelli of High street has left for San Fivincisco, ^itl., where she will visit her hus- iand. Oiympic Bartelli, S 2c, U. S. Navy. HAS NO EQUAL FOR TIRED FEET •Says M;isMachu.si.-tls Doctor: And wants more. If you suffer tniscry of tir'i'tl, arhing. hurn- f'-i-t you tuo can get quick and Mr. ,-md Mrs. Harold \V. Brown and family of Xorth Church street ,'ire vacationing in Rhode Island. ! Lccal Is ini; Dr. and Mr.s. Arthur li. Anclor- Hon a:ul family oC Walnut terrace arc vacationing in Khode Island. Mll.ifyuig .-(.|i(.f with fODOL iv.ot relief. Cosw visiting- Friends Visited Relatives In Westerly, R. I, Mr. and Mrs. John Larkin of M:inlc street, who have been visit ing relatives in Westerly, K. have returned home. Leng-yel Family Returns Home •*" liilli: mu| rloi-.M >•.,, much. Oct a Mi: |ar TODAY at .Vaugatuck Drug, A'tunii! Drug. Donovan pharmacy, •V;iiiit:i!licit; Union City I'harmncy, ;: i:ion r;i|y p an ,[ In Milfcrd J[lss lislolle McDonoiiKii of Mill- vill^ fivciuic is visitinj,' friends in Milford, ENLARGEMENTS FROM YOUR FAVORITE PRINTS Have Extra Ones Made TOY Your ; Friends In The I ^ Service, i They're Not Expensive C up PHOTO FINISHING You'll like the way w e do them in album stylo. Bring- Yours Here o YOL'Jt KODAK I)K.' S\A/ F F M F" V»c AKT A * N " D *•* • V C. C. IM C. Y O STATIONKUY STORE Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L and family- h;tx - c fCturned to thcii homo 0:1 Honiesfead avenue after a two weeks' vacation spent in Xahar.t, Mass. For Victory Buy War Bonds and Stamps Band Concert On Green, Wed. Night Tho Community bnnd will .present tho second of a series of band concerts on tho Green tomorrow ni^hl. at 8 o'clock. The first concert was held three weeks a?,'O, attracting several hundred borough residents, The hand will present two more concerts after tomorrow ni^ht, one In Union City on (ho lot on Bridge street, and another one on the Green. The program will bo announced tomorrow, .. Soldier And Girl Hurt In Accident Danbury. Conn.. July 18—(UP)— J\n Allentown, Penn.,, girl—Miss Gwendolyn .Long—is in a serious condition at Danbury hospital as cstilt of an automobile accident. Miss Long and Staff Sergeant Ervin Castagnera of Wcslover Field, Massachusetts, were hurt \vhnn their car collided with a parked coal truck in Newton. Sergeant Castngnera suffered minor injuries, while . Miss Long sustained head injuries. • TOMORROW n a n (1 Concert;, . Community Ulllld, Tliv Green Suluctincn, Kuglstrnrs, iind Town Clerk MeoMiiK for New Voters, Town Hull' St.. Mary'* Carnival, Cliurch Grounds Until .Inly 2!) ——oOo—— SATLHD.AV St. ll«><l\vlir's lj:i/.nar, Cluirch I'ttvllioii SCNTJAV SI. Hcdwlg's U:i'/.a:ir • oOo JULY 21 l*apiT Salvnge Collection The, Uulie and Uuclicss of Windsor :irc shown on their arrival in New York city. After a hricf visit in NYw Yorlt, the Kovornor genonil of the Hiiliamas and his American wife, tin: former \V:iIly Srmlison, plaii to visit \Vasliingtoii, n. C. arnl p<:rli:i[>s Cainnila. (Intcnmtional) Japanese Commit Mass Harikari On Saipan Islands " Sajpan 'Island, July 38—(UP)— The Marines have iMjncti .1 certain cave on Sa.i'i>an Mic "Cave of Horj-ors." t What they saw there, will go down in their memories as the I most jjrucsomo Kipjlu of the war. •It was a cave where Japanese 30!I fliers, trapped wil.b civilians, com- j milled, mass suicide.- They killed old mc'ni, women and children alonj with themselves. . One Mav:'nc, who ispolcc Japanese, waited outside Uie ca.vo, p^e^'iding•^ .lyjth the Japs to come out and surrender. Hc-'pleuded for four hours, wliilc oihej.- Marines stood by. During ,1'he four -hours, they heard fircrKidc explosions, j-;J"Jc \ shots, groans and wailir/y. On: old World War A Year Ago July 18, 1943 (By United PrGHK) In first proclamation oa military governor of Sicily ".ind adjoining islands," Gen. Sir Harold R. 'I.. G. Alexander dissolves . the Fascist party .and annuls :jll discriminatory laws b.iscd on race, color or creed. ' Allied troops are now in pogiicii- slon of one-third of Sicily; U. S. soldiers enter Porto Empcdoclc. More than 500 bombers strike at Naples in heaviest air raid inflicted upon any Italian city in the war. Russian troops push four miles closer to Orel. m;m kept crying for water. Finally, there WAS Vllcnce and ;hc M-arines went in. They found jodies of men, women and children. fiss suicide apparently was Ulic Japs' idea of ;i victory. 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