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MONDAY, JULY 24, 1944 NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS Personal —Social—Fraternal local Girl Will fie Married To Stamford Soldier Th.- Mr.". i.,,mr<ird. "l," July 1 Miss Marjorin Mr. and of Rubber Corporal .Robert B, in of .luti^o an<l •]. Hrinckorhof of talii' place Saiur- -' x llt ' l:3 ° p ' '"' '" St> K|)is.-i.,.:il fhureh, ' c .,| Hriiu-kiM-luif ivccntly re- tll ,,,,Hl from th.. Aioutians. Guests Return To New Jersey U'iliinm AlbTi and son. Wil , hav,. r->!urned to the! I'a-'i'r.wn. N. J., after be jjiij ilii- irm'sl:! of Mr. and Mrsi Stewart r,iir|HP* of Cherry atrou ;„,. s.'VlT Registered At Sea Breeze Hotel Mr, anil Mrs. Lri'ny M. Gibbs, Jr., n.i'Vdii, Hailli'.v I^rny. of Park vrnia- an 1 rrKisiMvd at the Sea IV.O' holi-1. Quomichontiilix. R- Home-Made Rug Wedding Held Saturday At St. : Hedivig's Church 1 The Wedding of Miss 'Irene J, Passeclt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Joseph Passed; of Union City to William Arthur Bellcmorc of Wa- torbury, tool; place Saturday at a u ,n\. in St. Hedwig's church with Rev. S. J. NalewnJK olliciating ut the ceremony. The bride 1 was attended by Mis: Irono liinkosltl. Union City, a: maid of honor, and by Miss No rim; Arnatrudu. Waterbury, and .Miss Helen Biclsld, Union City, as bridesmaids. Henry Sobiernski cousin of the bride, Union City served the bridegroom as bos man. Ushers were William Roy of Tomn.uton, and Armand Con tnire. of Waterbury. Eleanor Sibur- .•iki, Union City, was flower pirl and Leon Gotmilinski. of Winsted, was ring bearer. Thf bride's wadding Kown was of white satin and maline, and her full length veil hunj.; from a crown of orange blossoms.' She carried a bouquet of white roses. The maid of honor wore a yellow marquisette frown and match- in j;picture hat and carried u bou- ciuet of yellow roses. The bridesmaids were Downed in poudre blue and aciua, with harmonistlm; bonnets and old fashioned bouquets oi' mixed flowers. reception was held in St. 'orfe's ha!!. Union City, for about SOU Kiii'sts. including several from VV-nstcd, Torrinfrton, New York. Now Jersey. Thomuston, Bridtfe- purr. and Devon. 'Die bride's mother received in aqua and yellow with a corsage of gardenias. The mother of the bridegroom wore a blue summer suit white accessories and gardening. Mr. and Mrs. Bellmore hnve left for a wecldinj; trip to Canada, the >rhli> traveling in a pink silk crepe Irrss. white hat and accessories. On their return, thoy will reside it 15-t Baldwin street, Waterbury. Glenna Granger \Sgt.J.J. Sullivtiv Married July 1 To Petty Officer Mrs. Arthur Grander of Millvillc avenue announces the man-rape or her daus-lncr, Glenna Peyton, .to Petty Officer 1-c Charles Johnson, U. S. Navy. Thu' wedding took place In St.. Peter's Lutheran church, Now Demonstration Of Canning Wednesday At C, L. & P, Rooms J'ATTKRX No. lilllT You car. uiiher crochet this A. canning demonstration spon- orocl by the local War. Council will tak: 1 placn Wednesday'at 2:15 p. m. .-it the Connecticut Liprhi and Power compnny rooms. j Mrs. Marftaret Cha^not will be | thn instructor and demonstrator and will can vegetables and fruits now in season. Mrs. Clarence Js- boll is sorvinft as chairman of 'the council ;'or the summer in place uf Miss Dorothy Moss. \ork city, July 1st. Rev. Kent Gil- •octor, ])crl'ormcd the cere- fifroom is the son of- Mrs. Myrtle Johnson of Richmond, Va. rlie bride will reside with her husband's family in Richmond. Dirndl Frock Takes Bricle In Colorado .Staff"Sgt. John 3 ,'SuUivnn,. ,s6i of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Sulilyai of Earnum court j»nd,MJSK,X)orotl' Payne, .daughter of the lB.'te.i;Mi and,Mrs, William P. .Payne.of-Den ver, ,Colo., wcr.o married /Saturday morning: at the Lowry'AirfleTd^Col orudo. . ,, .:.-..-j;,'j"-X'.\ 'Die couple ,pxpncts | ',to\7vlfllt'':'in Naugatuck on thoirV wedding .trip Spt. Sullivan has gained natioha fnme for his contruction cul dovJceH, . .'•",, Sailor Spends; Leave With Parents Seaman, 2-c, Carmen Miele of 198 Maple street. The local sailor is stationed ut Sampson Naval Training base, where he is attending tho storekeeper school, A week ago, Seaman Mielc arrived home to meet his brother, Pvt. Peter, of'the Jleld artillery, who was delayed en route home from Fort Leonard Wood... Mo., to Camp San Luis O.bispoj CtCl. A pleasant family reunion was held at the time. . Maryann Klukis Celebrates Birthday A birthday party was held Saturday afternoon in honor- of Maryann Klukis of 15D Spring struct, who celebrated her 10th birthday. — She received a lovely birthstone ring, a $25 War Bond and many other, beautiful . .gifts.. Relresh- monts were served. • Those present wor, Mary Stokes, 1 Nancy Klukis, Judy Kallnoski. Michael Stokus, Charles Kiukia, Stanley Gesseck Eddie Suvoski, Joseph Valinchus and Donald Boroas, Also Mrs. Charles Klukis, Mrs. Michael Stokes, Mrs, Gtistave Borbas and Mrs. Joseph Valinchus. A lovely time was had by all. BEACONFALLS Correspondent'*, phono; 4S2* Local Soldier Finishes Gunner's Coiirielri Tiexas ' Pfa. Thomas A. Fitzpatrick, son of Mr. and Mrs, T. Fitzpatrlck of •18 J-Iigrhland avenue, Beacon Fulls, Conn., was .graduated last week froni tho Army Air Forces Flexible-Gunnery school, Laredo Army Air Field, Laredo, Texas, a member of the AAF Training Command. Ho Is now qualified to. take his Jilace as a member 'of a bomber combat crow. • Along with his diploma, he received a pair of aerial gunner's silver wings and a promotion in grade at brief graduation exercises held here. . . He was prepared for his place in America's stppped-up air offensive by a comprehensive six weeks course in every phase of aerial gun- Where Yanks Entered St. Lo This Is :i gateway to St. tjo; Nazi stronghold in Nonnundy, through which the U. S. First Army force* Muaxhod their w:iy to victory. The Germans made, a dcxiieruti: but lowing effort to hold this central IMIK- nery warfare. Besides learning to-j tlon. The photograph xhowx the battered condition of buildings follow- Tire every type weapon from cam-1 | n)f the heavy Yiink bombardment of the French city. (International) era g-uns to the deadly caliber .SO . . —- . : Brownings, he studied tuyct.- man- jiulation, aircraft identification, i itripiiing'and'reassembling- of machine puns while blindfolded. He cllimaxed tho course by air firing on. towed .targets. Pfc. Fitzpatrick is now home on urlougrh. Marrld Saturday Lena Lalacak, local business oman and 'Andrew Wargo of •Jaugatuck were married Saturday lorninff at St. Michael's church. tier the reception, the couple took wedding trip to New York city. The couple will take up residence in Beacon Falls upon their return. Mr.-Mrs. C. A. Baldwin Return Home cliarminjr cotton rui; yarn or rnaUe it out of ras-^ and aid stoi-kin™:.-. i'alrcrn envelope contains com- pli'ti> instruction.-!, plus suirgestion?. for <i!hfi' ways of combining tho bnsi'! tj'in nKr.'S, ()\;r i>i-priK" multicolored book of rVi'iMlc Arts containing five free [i!it!i>r , -mf| m;my other sue.ues- lion.« fur drpssiriK up your home ;iiil ;.v»nr--:i'lf is now a vailabin. S-'jnd your rci|iie.ft for this book to the mlili-css ;i.-tctl below, enclosing twvnly rents (2i">c.) in coins to cov- »•!• the cost anft ninilin^ charges. Si-;iil M ,'cnts (coin) for Patlorn X». l:'JH7 to Naufcnuiclc Daily N'.-ws. Ni>i-dl,. Arts Dept.. P. O. Jiox IT:, St.'iiion ti. New York 3, X. Y. ' ricay,-' Include your postal zone Mrs". Joseph Ciriello Returns From Kentucky ^trs. Joseph Ciriello has returned from 7<eniucky, where she sjion't n month with her husband, wT.o i; stationed tit Fort Knox. Jlrn. Ciriello is the former Mavion Harper of Naue/atuck and now resides in Waterbury. I'ATTJSKX .1952 Tho siraight yoke with square Vacation Spent In Rockport, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Charles .T. Baxter of Frederick street and Miss Flor- i;nci; McCarthy of Hillside avo.nue h/ivo returned from a two weeks' vacation spent in Hockport, Mass. and SAVE with MURPHY'S YARD GOODS 2oc - 6»c yd Mrt<o longer- wearing, bolter - looking c I o rh o * from thi j Spent Sunday At Mcrris Cove neckline — the puffed sleeves, tie sash and big. full skirt make this style mos-t attracuve for a tittle gir! or a. grammar school girl. Afakes a nice party dr.?ss, • too, when done in sheer cottons. Barbara BeU Pattern No. 1.0.12 is designed for sixes •;. 0, S. 10 and 12 years. Sixe G rnouires 2 J-S yards of 39-Lnch material; 3 y.-.rds ric-rac trim. Ready now—the brand new ABC Pattern Book—the quickest aid to homo sewers yet devised. It's a complete up - to - the - minute catalogue-. Price 10 cunts per copy. Order an ABC Pattern Book with a. J3 cent pattern for 25 cents, plus 1 cer.l postage. For this attractive pa!tern send l:j cents, plu^ 1 cent for postage, In coins with your name, address, pattern number and sixu wanted to Barbara. Bell, Naugal-uck Daily News, Post Office Box 09, Slation C, New York 19, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Baldwin have returned to their home' on Goodyear avenue after spending- several days in Essex and Hamburg, Conn. Mrs. Helen Brown Visiting Father Mrs. Helen A. Brown is visiting 1 at the home of her father, Warren D. Abel, of' Millvillc avenue. Mrs. Brown is librarian at St Mary's school and Junior college in Raleigh, N. C. Oiled The oiling of roads in Beacon Fall's was begun this morning. The state allotted $17,000 for this purpose. The work is being done with Anthony Do) Vecchio in charge under the supervision of the state high- wu ydepartment. Local Carnivals Attract Large Crowds Of People Celebrates 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. -William Baukat, of Felspar avenue, celebrated .their 25th wedding anniversary yesterday at their home. The couple arc the parents of four children. • . St. Mary's church fair which opened on Friday night, 'was; at- .tendcd by a-large number of the local residents. The affnir is-set on the church lawn, and' Rev, Joseph Hoc-bunas is the general chairman. It will continue al! this week. Another affair, St. H e d w i g's church ba'/.aor. wa.-. also well attended -Saturday and Sunday evening. It is being held at St. Hodwig's pavilion- and will stage its "ir.al events next Saturday, and Sunday. A third, the -American Legion carnival, being held on Bridge street, was also well-attended. Carcass Of 15- Ton Whale May Be Dynamited BOROUGH DAILY DIARY JULY IW4 • M T W T * ft 2 3 0 S 6 » • 9 10 II II li I« IS 16 IT U 19 20 ai 22 23 24 25 26 2? 2* 29 30 31 Coming Events | MONDAY Paper Salvage Collection TOMORROW Paper Salvage Collection- .ILXY 23 , Clambake; Tcnniw Making Ucpt., Col Ion Hollow Grove. Weather Report J -o O Top Retail Prices | -O Furloughs at Home Pvt, William Johnson, Jr., of Johnson street, .is home on a 10- duy ,furloug-b with his parents. He is stationed at Bananna River, Florida. These are the highest prices for the items 'listed in Connecticut retail stores, according to the Hartford OPA o/Jice. Sirloin Steak— Bone-in — per lb., •(C cents. Mr.-Mrs. W. D. Abel Entertaining- Guests - Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Ahern of North Main street spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, John Leary of Morris Cove. Betty Smith At Bayview Miss Betty Smith of North Main rpot is visiting with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Wolff at their cottage at Bayview, Mllford. Birth Of Son Is Announced G.C. MURPHY Co. CHURCH ST. Niiiiic;itiir:k. Conn, CLEARANCE SALE <- : n:its. Suits and I! Mr. and Mrs, William MotcaT: of City Hill street announce the birth of a son, William Robert, Jr., July Ifi in St. Mary's hospital. Waterbury. Dramatists To Fete Sgt F. J. O'Connor The Valley -Players club will honor Sgt. Francis J. O'Connor, one of the founders of the orga iKation and the director of the clu for .several yours. The affair w be held tonlg-ht at. Plop Eroo Country club. The sergeant recently j-eturne from a two-year stay in the Soul Pacific, and at the present is horn on furlough. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Lee Ostrom of Schoneciudy, N. Y.. nrc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Abel of Millvjlle avenue. Return From Williamspcrt, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. William Casey o South Main street have returnee from Williams-port, Penn., where they have been spending- theii vacation. . •••»*.•.»,. Spending Vacation At Fall Mountain Lake Mrs. Edward P. Williams ar.d sons, Don, Bob and Paul, of 44 'Cliff street arc spending a week's vacation al "CherokeeLodge," Fall Mountain lake. ' OPA Odd Lot lie] ease Men's, Women's and Boys' SHOES No Ration Stamps Required NORWASH Shoe Store NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK Local Girls At Cape Cod, Mass. Misses Florence Sweeney of Nev street, Ruth Fitzpatrick of Wes street and Betty Brennan of High srent are spending several days a Cape Cod, Mass. Mae Rooney Returns 'From Vacation Miss Mae Rooney, who spent las week at Lake Pocotapaug, has re turned to her home on Noaglc street. Mrs. Joseph Doran Visiting Relatives Mrs. Joseph Doran of Grove street is spending a few days with relatives in Stamford. A. P. Kaufman Returns From Indiana A. P, Kaufman of Meadow street has returned from a vacation spent, at Diamond Lake, Soul.h Bend, Ind. At Summer Cottage For This Week Emmet Monahan of Lewis street s vacationing this 'woe-It at his mmmer cottage nt Momauguin. SUV WAR BONDS AND STAMPS U. S. Equipment Speeds Up Trans- Iranian Railway Schoncctady, N. Y. (UP)—American equipment iu- responsible for converting the single-track Trans- Iranian 1-a.ilroad in Iran to a doily express -train route, says the General Electric Co. Before the a r a.r '.hero were i-wo passenger trains weekly on Iran's on.ly railroad. Today diescl-ej.-jctric locomoi.ives speed American lend- leasc shipments of food ar.d armaments to Russia over this som line. Two American- Locomotive-Gen oral Electric .uni-ts are used lo hau I'hc he-avy trains -over tho 1.4 pe cent grade and dc-spilc 130-degre desert temperatures, the units onj rquirc periodic inspection and noi mal maintenance. Equipment from America in riludes four-wheel truck frci-fe r h cars with automatic brakes, a telephone-teletype service for train dispatching, .half-a-dozem automobile-engine inspection CARS and powerfu-1 locomoi-ive .headlights. Shortage Of Top Grade Beef Is Predicted lb., -12 per lb., 34 -J8 (By Unllod Press) The American Meat institute says the nation's housewives will have ,., more trouble finding thick steaks I cents. Bacon—Standard — por cents. Fresh Ham—Bone-in- cen t_s. Veal Chops—Loin—per lb., cents. Fresh Port Roast—Rib End—per lb.. 32 cents. . Round Steak—Boneless— ; per )b., 47 cents. Oleomargarine—Nucoa. .1 lb.. 26 cents. Cooking Oil—O Mia—1 pal.. $3.89, Baked Beans—E & M—Glass—18 o?,, 20 cents. Lard—Swift's—1 lb., 20 cents. Sujrar — Granulated—2 Ibs., 15 Addison, Maine. July 2-)—CUP)— Addison town officials say that they will have to dynamite tha 15- ton body of a whale that was waslied ashore at the town beach early last week. T.'ie carcass is about 70 feet long and USJIIR T.hc dynmaitc is the only method that it can be salvaged. About 3,000 persons traveled to the beach during- the week to view hn remajns of the whale. Officials were urged io hasten heir plans by rcsiden-ts. of- the | area wlio complained of the-odor. Massachusetts, Rhode Isl.ind and Connecticut—Parlly cloudy tonisht with showers and scattered tbun- dershrjwcrs late tonight and ending tomorrow morning followed by clearing. Continued warm tonight and somewhat cooler tomorrow. Fresh winds tonight. Eastport to Block island—^small craft warnings arc being displayed. Rep. Bolton Making Tour Of British Isles Two Houses, Lot Are Sold John F. Nixon- sold v,vo houses on Nixon nvenue, one to Garrclt and Christine E. Joyce ar.d the oi'licr to GcacvicvK Molnar, according to the warranty deeds 'filed at the office of. Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. London .July 24—(UP)—Republican. Reprcsentalive Frances Bolton of Ohio is making a personally- financed tour of American, bases in tho British Islos. She has arrived in Eire and is due in weslern England late to- da.v. Mrs. Bolton. says «hc wants to see ar.d understand !he conditions uncle:- ivhich American men arc fiSflHinp- and to brinK back UK; .in-" formation to America. • There were 37.211.000 dwelling and 34,773,000 families in Ihe U. S. in. 1940. and lop grade beef the rest of the year. In fact, the institute predicts that it will become increasingly harder to find top grade beef throughout 19-1-I. . The Institute predicts the short- nffe of civilian consumers despite the fact that the ranges and farms of the nation have what tho institute calls "unprecedented numbers of cattle." Says the institute: "The industry expects little Couple File Wedding Intentions -ff in-tenl.ions were filed at the office of Town Clerk Raymonc St. John for Marjory Melbourne of 130 Rubber avenue and Howard B. Brinckcrlioff of 125 Hubbard avenue. Stamford, Conn. OLD NEWSPAPERS FOITXD Hastings, Neb. (U P) — Two 19th -Century newspapers and a ettcr written by a Hastings Civil War Veteran were discovered by painters redecorating: an old build- ng here recently. An 18G4 Now Tork newspaper and a Hastings Daily Tribune, dated 1897, were he prized periodicals. The letter, vritten in 1865, requested a gov- rnment pension. IN ACTION Mexico City, July 24—(UP)—A oloano 200 .mile sweat of Mexico ity is erupting anew, sending earby farmers -rushing for safety. V small village in the district lias ccn abandoned to the lava. flow. Vnd Eruptions blew burning a«h ver the homes and fields throughout a radius of several miles. change in the situation with respect to the top grades of beef. It threatens to get worse." Tho institute goes on to say that tho percentage of top grades of beef for the armed forces may lave to be increased. Also, the ever-growing black market is given as another reason for civilian shortages. The .institute says tho black market is divertin thousands of top grade cattle from legitimate meat packers. liowcvcr, War Food Administra ,tor Marvin Jones describes th overall food situation as unusual! -g-ood. He says the United State Army is the best fed in history The American people arc consum ing more food than ever before And millions of dollars worth o •food is moving overseas daily t< Allied nations. Jonos attributes it all to Amor .lean farm production. Ho says e mijftt be selling for a dollar a dozen if the American farmcr"had ti'ot stepped up production to'a historic pace. Fruit Cocktail—Dainty Mix—No. 2 1-2. 3S cents. ' If you are asked to pay higher prices for tho items listed, report the facts—store, item, r.-cight or grade or size—to the Price Panel of your local War Price and Rationing Board. About -10 per cent -of Americans have blonde, brunette or red hair. Another -10 per cer.t have' medium brown, nnd the other 20 percent gray or white. DENOUNCKD BY VOPE Vatican, City, July 24—(UP) — Pope Pius has denounced the Catholic Communist party of Italy, The Pope said that, tho organim!ion appears to have forgotten what, he -crmed the more important and sa- ed teachings of the church. . Have You Bought That BOND? HIGHLAND GROCERY 92 HIGHLAND AVE. TEL. 4880 KOCCO BADO, Prop. GIFTS FOR WEDDINGS. SHOWEKS. ANNIVEKSAKIKS, Etc. jmusirs CENTER ST. . DIAL .3-3702 t; Screen Wire Window Screens Screen Doors ' Hilo Enamejs & Varnishes Wall Papers NAUGATUCK HARDWARE RST BUILDING Tel. 5212 GllEATEK SERVICE j from your clotlirs when they | arc denned regularly by our • expert workmen. Prompt service. D. LIEBERMAN 2fl CHURCH STREET By requiring postmen to ca^ry' SMALL CAKES, the Los 'An- ! greles postmaster has reduced i bites and torn pants among! mail carriers annoyed by dogs: I CITY BAKERY j 171 Maple Street TEL. 3G78 MEN'S DIAMOND RING Jvcr a Carut In Size pcclal .(Tux Incl.) SCHNEER c •^ CREDIT JEWriERS ** 162 Soiitb Main St. — «.7?:6 ' Pepsi-Cote Company, Long •fgland'-Cily; X. Y. • -'"•' '-'• Franchiser! Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Bristol, Conn, PICTURES TO GIVE OR TO KEEP Visit Our Balcony Display GO RIGHT UP ANYTIME AND SEE THE LARGE VARIETY. FLORALS — BABY PICTURES — NUTTINGS OIL REPRODUCTIONS Many Sizes to Select From MIRRORS? WE HAVE THEM, TOO! FRAMING — PHOTO FRAMES YOUR PICTURE STORE The Card and Gift Shop x SWEFMFY'Q ART AND •O wV C. I— m C. I O STATIONERY

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