Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 4, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, August 4, 1944
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1944 Page Three Personal THEIR 1*IFTH .AWARD Dorothy Kuraitis Tendered Party By Y. P. Society Jliss Dorotliy Kuraitis 61 Rubber a%-cnuo \va.y entcrtAlncd at n surprise party-Wednesday evening at licr home. The party was sponsored by the Young People's Society, of the St. Paul Lutheran church. Miss Kuraitis will enter the Watcrbury School of Nursing in Sup- tciribcr. Those iittendinp included Martha and Hcrtha Koslosky. Mildred Fin- sol. Lydin. Mayeiku, Ho ten Slvikau- kn.f, Snra Boi-^'.strom, Lydin Vol- <;nti, Helen Palouinski, Edith XJrjji- U.«, L,ydiu"Uriiskii, nnd Ruth, Dor- at-hy and Irene Kuraitis. For Home Brightening 1884 II-IS I'ATTKKN .1,08-1 Km- vacation a smart peplum frock is beloved by the junior rrnwil! M.ikf It in j-sheer cottons for town wi.-nr—in soft and flatterinj: rulni-.s in rayiv.-v crepe Cor date uji'l dinn'T wi\ir. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 19S-1 Is il-.-smn.'(l for sizes 11, 12. .13, 1-1. l.'i, M :ind IS. SiXf 12. .short Mloovpi! jni-iv'-t .ind si'p.'U'.'i'c skirt '.-rriuiros ;i ,'-S yards of 39-Inch material; 1-1 yard I'ur.tnsit for ruffle. Fn-sh i: ;piraii»n for homo sew- era in our new Sprinu' ABC Pfit- fi-!-:i Bcok jiMt oi'f thrpiTf;. Price 10 (,vr,t:< per cupy. Order an ABC Pattern Book with a Id Ot'nt pat- ti-rn for 2.1 ri-Kt.-s. plus 1 cent post['•or this attractive p.ittcra' send 20 ci-sits. in coin-, with ynur n:imc address, putti-t'n number and size wnnti-d tn [ia:-b:n-:i Bull. Nauirntuok I'Viily X'-v.-s. I'ost Ofi'icc 1 Bos S>S, Section fJ, -Vriv Yorl: IP. N. Y, Societies To Meet At St. Paul's Church This Evening . The • Ladies' Aid ot St. Paul's Evangelical .Lutheran church will meet thin ov^ninfr at S o'clock in the church hnll. Members arc re- ciut'Stucl to return their mission boxes. The "Younf: People's society o£ the church will hold a special meeting nt 7 o'clock tonight. Mr.-Mrs. H. Krampetz Held Hot Dog- Roast -Mr. and Mrs. Henry TCrnmpctz of Forest street held a hot (log roast Wednesday evening at their home with the 'following attending: Mr, and -Mrs. Herbert Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kriudler, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krampetz, Mr. and Mrs. William Butler and Mr, and Mrs. Edward Baummer. Ensig:n Anderson Home For 7 Days Lt. Schrul On Leave ..... For Several Days [•• T.,t. Edward Selu'ul, L'. S Arrny Air Corps h.'iH be"'n spending srvn'M rljiys t'ur-IoLiKh with his par- i-nt.i. M-. find Mrs. Kdwfird Schrul nf Chi'i-ry Steffi cxtonsioi). Pic will n-iic/rt bur-ti to Hartford tomorrow Guest Soloist At Hillside Church Miss rt'pfio Gustafson of Chicago, III., will br; guest soloist at thP U ri, in. sorviro SumUiy at the Hiii- :;idi- Oitwpffatiofi.'tl Church. Frank L. Bradbury Returns Home Fi-nnk r* Bradhury of, Xorth .('hiiri-h stn-rt.^ returned from tin- Wali'i-lniry hospital wht>re he li.-is lifi-n .1 patient. Returned To Wo-rc^ter, Mass. Mr. nnd Mrs, f."ri:stnve Anderson hnv» i-i-iiirni"l to their homo in U'lirr-nsti-r. Mass., .attnr atlendint; tin' funcra! ot Mrs. Eldon Rons. IU V UAH liONDS AND STAMPS Er.iMgn Gordon Andorfon, U. S. X. R.. is- spending* a s.-jven-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Car! Anderson of Park avenue. He recently graduated from a course IT. Radar at the' Mas*. Institute of Techno'.osrj-, -and will roport to the west coast whom his leave is completed. Vacationing At Annisquam, Mass. 2.022 \ PATTERN No, R2023 Here is a rich embroidery tic- siftn, featuring poppies worked hi crosj-stitcli, for your chair net, buffet or occasional tables. Pattern envelope contains hot- iron transfer for throe designs, one about'7 by 'JO i:xhes; two n-bout 5 by 7 inches; co'.or chart, stitch U- Uistratior.s and full directions. Our CO-pagc multicolored book of Needle Arts containing five free patterns, and many other suggestions for dressing up your home a-r-.d yourself is now-availa-blo. Send you'r request for this book to ufoc uddross listed b o 1 o w, enclosing twenty cents (20c.) in coin* to cover tho cos', and mailing; ch-argos., Ser.d 11 cents (coin) for Pattern Xo. R2022 to Nnugatuck Daily >*ews, Mecdle Arts Dcpt., P. O. Box 172, Statiom D. New York 3, N. Y. Please include your postal /.one number. Miss Irene Squires, secretary of the XaugatucU Chamber of Commerce is vacationing at Annis- <;i!nna, Mass. Will Visit Relatives In Michigan , Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Green of PairviONV avenue have left for EirminRham, Mich., where they will visit relatives for a few weuks. Returns From Vacation At East Gloucester Miss Jano Twitchell has returned to her homo on Meadow street after spending a vacation at East Gloucester, Mass. Daughter Born To Lt.-Mrs. A. Kievman Lieut, and Mrs. Albert Kievman of Wriffhtsvillo Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Judith i\nn, Wednesday, August 2, in the Wilmington N. C. hospital. Mr.-Mrs. C. Isbell Entertaining Guests Mr. nnd Mrs. .Donald McCullum of Ch.irle.iton. W. Via., are the truesfts of Mr. and Mi-*. Chester Isbell of 1-Iillside avenue. New Recruiting Heads For Navy Several changes have occurred in the Wntcrbury Navy Recruiting Station. The former recruiting officers have beon transferred elsewhere, and their duties have now bocn assumed by two now men. Chief Water Tender J.-ijncs T. Hathbonn has been placed in charge of recruit,ing. activities for this area, assisted by Yeoman 2nd Class Ambrose Reynolds. Chief Raihbonc has had many years of active duty with the U S. Navy and will be capable of giving invaluable aid to the young women between the ages of 20 and ,3C who are eager to join the WAVES and help win i.hc war. It is further pointed out that J T. year old boys are being accepted for enlistment in the Nava! Reserve. Reynolds served a short lour of. duty here at the Watcrbury recruiting otlice about two years ago. The recruiting ollico is oiion from • 8 a. m. to C p. ni. daily. First' bridge across the Mississippi river was constructed at Davenport. Iowa, in 1S33. Sure We Have Them! 24 Pee. Triple Silver Plated Flatwear In Service for 6 A Sensational Value! ! $J95 On Stainless . Steel SCHNEERS 1G2 Scuth Main St. Waterbury NORWASHShpe Store DID YOU WRITE TODAY? V LETTER MEANS SO MUCH WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF STATIONERY AIR-MAIL V-MAIL PLAIN and NOVELTY PAPERS FOUNTAIN PENS — INKS' Your Stationery Store SWEENEY'S AKT AND STATIONEKY STORE 'tin: CAKD AXIJ GIFT siior Chrysler and Plymouth G.' M. 'C. Trucks J.C.RAYTKWICH, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 100 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4000 Wanted •*«r*^*^*^e*^** ed ] Part or full time- help, male or | female. No experience necessary. J CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TEL. S678 Jane Kolakoski Entertained At Farewell Dinner The Tonsils Packing department 1 of'the'O. S. Rubber. Co. held' a farewell dinner at Stratton'w res- t.'iurant Thurscay in. honor of theilr suporvisor, Kolakoski, who ife bcinff transferred to .the Waterproof Division. The presentation of the frift was made by-the mistress ot ccremonlo's, Ma.rie Fto'na- (jan. Those pi-cscnt were;. James Mllllcan, FninJt Baohin- ski, Mary Yaconi, Outhcrinc Oaw-' ley, Sadie Mulcahy, Jrene Bruce,. M-arie Flanagan, Mary Schmltz,. NclliP Lconiu-d,,- Arina flarkoa, Hilda Ed(|uist, Mary Tamburello,' Oe- cile Vasello, Lacadia . Dumschott, Kjiy Standbridfje, Miarsucrite Max-' well, Helen ' Machnich, Os- trowisky, ' Eddie Golomb,. Howard Bipgin, Michael Nolan, and JErncst' Guolakls, Convicted Man Insists That He Returned To Homes In Williamsport, Pa." Mr. and Mrs, Charles Larson and' son, Charles Jr., Mr, and' Mrs. Billio Straub and Mr.s. Robert Adams have returned to 'their homes In .Williamsport. Pa,,'niter attending the funena.1 of Mrs, Eldon Rohs. . '. : Visiting- In Washington, D. C. Mr*. Julius Olson and daug-hter, Doris, of Mny avu-ij'UL 1 . are -visiting? Mrs, Olson's son, Vernon Olson, Jn , D. C. Christpfpro Cqlumbo Society To Meet A meeting of the Christoforo Columbo society will be hold this uvonirif? at S o'clock in their hall on South Main street. ' San Francisco, Alls, 4—(UP)—A San Francisco Negro faces life Imprisonment-after ..being : convicted us.the Hre-bU)j murderer of 22 por- sons 1 ' '•• . ; . ''; ;' .... '. .,-.-•'• GcorRe .Holmari-~a •-19-year-old cafe ' owner—WHS found jjuilty of charges.' growing out of the 'Now Amsterdam" tire... last-,.March., The three story frame 'hbtol was. dcs- .troycd in'.the' clty'slmoat disastrous blaze since the-1906 earthquake and' Many occupants'were trapped- in their rooms arid were .burned beyond recognition, . ." • ••/ j : • Witnesses -testified, Holiman had. Ijcen in the hotel .justBefore the flr.e. and that he had In his possession a live-gallon can of gasoline.' " i "The"'Negro 'exclaimed upon hearing, the., verdict—"no matter what anybody, 'else thinks''— I'm not g-uilty." """..- .. •'-. ' Coiin. Employment • Hartford, Aup. 4—A slight decline in employment was registered by Connecticut industry during the past few months with a definite drop as of July 1st as compared with the same period a year ago, State Manpower Director William J '.Fitzgerald . said today in disclosing a. report issued for 18 important state labor centers. How- over, the majority of the 421 (Irms in Connecticut who furnished the njfurcw report that they expect a resumption of the uptrend in employment -by January 1st of next ' 'Noi'tl\flald, \Vt.if Aug.'.-.<— (UP)— Tlic ' Und'crsocrct!,T.ry" i of 'War' "will receive an . 'honorary decree at Nor'~' celebration. Sunday,, Ro.bjtjrt. P.; Patterson is .among, four who albo will receive honoiar'y ""degree's ""n.V ITis commencement exercises. , 'S,EaSt Hartford, Aup. 4— <U P)— The' 1 East Hartford' n.nd Westerly, K. L, plants of; the' Hamilton Stand- :Vr3"" Propeller; division -of United Aircraft Corpoi<a1.ion, have been awarded the f,oiir ; star Army-Navy •'E." This is \.hc .'fifth ,"E" award to t'lie two plants. New Britain.. .Aug. 4—(U. PJ-pA ZV-yofirold sa-ilbrT 'J«jnc« McLaUflfh- lin,'is hospitalized with-serious injuries, .suffered . in- an : automobile accident. -McLauRhlin's automobile ran' off.'the" Highway''an.d! while he .was driving from New Erita'in to Hartford; .. '. ._.;_,.* ANOTHER rmr: VICTIM Hartford, Augr. 1—(UP)—^Another death has resulted from the July CLh circus fire, raising thc^toll to I07. The latest victim is 05-yen.r-old Mrs. Martha Moore of West Hart- i ford. ' jT &" At ONCE! Lifts . . . Molds ... Corrects . . , Holds Slip into a precision-cut LIFE Bra and enjoy the snug, yot'ccmfortiible uplift that youlhifics any bust . . . Hat, average or full. Come in for on expert fitting . . . toriny! Main Floo» They 're In! They're h e r e I The synthetic elastic girdles you've waited for to give you the freedom -you've wanted• .since : rubberTvcnt to war. Lightweight. . . . cool . . . sleek-fitting . . .• with a two-way stretch control that makes Lhem comfortable. In notion' or repose. Te&rose. Small medium,-large, sizes. Main Floor There Here Again! Two-W°y Stretch GIRDLES of Synthetic Elastic $Q.50 ! 3 While They Last RAINCOATS ; $7.95 - $8.95 "Shop Tonite" Second Floor IN WATERBURV . . .IT'S LORBAlNEIS BOB VALUES Woterbury's Friendly Deportment Stor« Blanket Show Each August for over 20 years, Howland-Hughes has made it possible for housewives, rooming 1 , house owners and hotels of Waterbury and vicinity to be sure of their winter warmth in blankets and comforts. Durinff these years it lias been the policy to save you money wherever we could unless'the resale price o'f any'article had been established by the'manu- facturer. It also was our aim while saving you money, to help you make your choice from the largest selection possible. This year another August and a blanket show larger than ever despite unfavorable market conditions; Purrey Blanket Made by 'Nashua, the modern blanket scientifically made to be warmer; lighter-and lovelier contains 88% Purrey rayon- and I27« wool: Large bed. size, 72 x 64, In colors of dusty rose, blue, green;' cedar rose nnd all white • bound with Mbutiful rayon satin and nicely boxed. Catolina Blanket Ceiling Price, $5.98 ea. A product of Cannon Mills containing 50% woo; and 50% cotton, weight 3 Ibs. o.ich in large bed size, 72 x 84. Beautiful colors of rose, blue, green and mahogany, nicely bound with rayon satin and boxed. • Delmont Blanket Ceiling Price, $10:00 ea. Made by famous- American Woolen. Mill, 10pC5> wool, weight 3y 4 IT*, each. Size 72 x "84'. Solid color single blanket, in dusty rose, bluer green and winter-rose with rayon sntin binding-and boxed.- ' • ''••'• • - - '••,."; Shelton Blanket COMFORTS Lofty Puff Comfort Ceiling Price, §5.98 Large size. 72 x 84, with filling 95% cotton and fZ wool famous Lofty Puff construction. Percale covering with floral centers, solid color border and back. • Colors: rose, blue, green and wine. Permo Fluff Comfort Ceiling Price. $7,98 Our most popular comfort extra' large: size, 72- x- 90. Pilling of -95%-- cotton and 5%' wool. Be.iuUful sateen covering in floral pattern and. plain sntcen back. Colors • arc: rose,' 'blue, green, orchid and gold. • . .'•'.'. • \)Vo6l Comfort Ceiling Price. $12.98 Size 72 x 84 with-; -100%- white wool filling. Printed sntecn top with t&ffeta, insert and sateen back. Subject to- very sllghtrimperfcc- tions.. -Colors;, rose, Wue ..-U7d green." ' " " Ceiling Price, $12^50 Our own beautiful 100% wool blanket ,'madc for Howlahd-Hughcs and associated stores.. Guaranteed weight 4 Ibs,, size- 72 x 84.. Solid colors of dusty rose, blue, riile and rust bound'With •rayon' satin: • ••-•-.• ...--.. Starlight Blanket Wool Comfort _ ,, „ ^ — .., All virgin wool filled, 'siac"72 "x" 84.' Floral sateen' center with ~ : rayon -taffeta -insert • end- floral sateen .back. Colors: rose, blue, and ccdaT. " .:. . .Wool Comfort. Made by famous North-Star-Mills: an.extremely lofty brushed wool -blanket with deep-;billowy nap. . Expertly, woven . of, wools selected .for softness and long wearing. Solid colors of Monte- Blue,. Rose Dust, Green and Rose-Pink bound with rayon satin. Size. 72 x 84, ... .'. .. ,' Domestics . • Largo- size, .72 -x "--84. .filling of 2^»" Ibs. white virgin wool. Covering of Coronation satin-.with beautiful trapunta- -pattern. Colors of 'Dusty Rose, Monte-Blue, Green -and Wine. . Street Floor • .' ". Many Other August Blanket Show Items Unadvertised v

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