Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 8, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, August 8, 1944
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1944 NAUGATUOK'DAILY NEWS Personal—Social—Fraternal pretty Wedding Held At St. Francis' Church At Hi' 1 recent wedding of Mar- j-nivl Mary Pruin of 17'J Scott utt'tvi, to Francis H, CsuiIfU'kl. Potty Officer, 2-C, of 237 South Mnlii sti'o' 1 '. th(> I)ride wore a white sntln gown fashioned with tin tin top. .•w' neckline, long sU-ovr•' and full not skirt. Her veil MM* dm;or-tip length and .vile cnr- rlcd ;> white prayurbooU with or- ohid nn top. Miss Ji-an Frulr.'. r. s^.-uer of the lirld. 1 , wild ."t'rvcd JIM numl of honor »'ii j attired in a gown of pinlc inariiuisettc. styled \viLh threi tliinrti'i' Ifngt.h sleeve* and sweo hiur: ni'cUlini 1 . Shi- carried a inu uf pi-.ioh gltulloli with rose iuser Anthony Costa was best man, Ki-v. Albert Taylor u.".'itr>d th cuiii-le in :iuirrM.go lit, 0 a. m. Au< ;. in S:. Francis' church. A «vddinjf breakfast for thr? in mediate families wa.s Nevrecl a thi! Hotel Eltun in Waterbury, The mother or the bride wore r-M'y I))!!! 1 ensemble- and a pua gliulii'li corsage. The groom' mother was .'LltiriHi in a hivend:; divs.« .'iud hat -and wore ;! . corjmgi o;' yellou* roses. Or, their wedding trip 10 Xav York, tin- hrido wore a navy Mix rrrj>e dress ami -hat. white glove and navy blue shoos. Martin Backlund Has Party On Second Birthday Mr. and Mr.s. Louis EackliinU of Q.T ! iillci-est avenue enU'rtaine.d recently in honor of the second liirthd.iy iif their son. Martin John. The guest. 1 ; present Were: Alfred Bonteiller, Jr, Lela Ann and San- ilra Marie L-iiHiteiller. Kenneth I'itvs. I.enore Tinker. Charles l-'ilke- wieh, Jr.. ffaroM Barrett, ( I'ilkewich, Judith Barrett Leonard linker, Jr. Party Held At High Rock For Local Youths A farewell party waa held Friday overling at High Hock in honor of Douglas Arundholi: and Robert Dwy of Now Haven road who ai'o leaving for California. A sum of money was given to each one. Attending wore: Charlotte Messick and Chuck Messner, Blanche Heckling ;ind Robert J3wy, Alice Bye.r and Ned Cnndee, Betty and ISIuinu Huckutt, Robert Mes.snur, Wendell Trefl'ory and Douglas Arendholn. Local Girl Maid Of Honor At Military Wedding Miss Colette I'l.-iersan of Mill- vit!» avenue has returned from .Hulliston, Mass.. where she served ns inuiil-fif-hdnor at the wedding of Knsign C.'arolvn .S. A very to J'.i'.'Ut. j. g. George 10, Flnther, b'.. S. -\. K.. of Washington, U, C.. Sat- iiixldy, AiiKiisc .1, ,-it •! (i m. in the First Congregiitional church, Holliston. Miss Peterson and M^iss Avery V.-HI-P fuc/iicr (;l,'i.ssniates at Simmons college, Boston. Vacationed At Compo Beach, Conn. Mr. rind Mrs. John Fitxgorald and family of Fern s( rm-t havir returned from C'onipo Beach, U'est- [ifirt. fonn.. where I hey had been vcieulinnlng. Attend Commissioning Ceremonies In N. Y, Mi's. HedwiK Schumnchoi' o Cherry street and Mr. and Mrs. Albert .Dumutis of Wiiterbury. wen quests of Seaman Frederick Schumacher when they attended the commissioning of a ship reccntlj at the Brooklyn Nnvy ynrd. Week-Enders! T-3-G W. J. Jones Rose Murphy, Married July 26 Announcemcnl is made of : Lho marriage on July 2C of Miss Rose Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy of Port Stewart, North Ireland, to Tech. 3rd iTratfe- William J. Jones, son of Mrs. Helen Jones of North Main street' and the kite 'William T. Jones. The wedding Look place in St. Mary's Star of the Sea church, Port Stewart, with Rtiv. Fi'. Mc- JCoown and Rev. Fr, McHujfh of- fioiatinjj. Miss Hcle.n, Mui'p'ny, a Bister of the bride, was nviid-of-honor, . and Mrs. Evan ,P. Shea served as m tron-of-honor. 'The best man waLs T. Sth pi-. Gc.orge Bray of Louisville. rsL,v., and ' Master &xt. Kvon P. Shea of Decatur, 111., and. T. •ltd (,-rade Byron Winder or; Montana ushered. ' ' . A reception was held at tho Monta-g'uc hotel, Port Stewart, following the ceremony. Farewell Walter/Ndbfey^' • Walter. anUlFrod^Noble .of ,Ncw Haven road wore tendered a'fare- well party Monday Vevenlnjf'b'y- u. number of their friends, They.,ure leaving In the near'.future Jpr,.'the West.' 1 ' ' ; ;•'. "• '•'."'"!' : ''," : .V'' V A'' . Attending the party .were -Betty and Elaine Hacktott, Robert'and "Chuck" Mcssmer, -Blanche -Beckling, Robert Dwy, Alice' JJyers, Ned Candee, Charlotte '.Messich, and Douglas Arendholz. .. ' "', BOROUGH DAILY DIARY How French Handle Collaborationists AUGUST • 6 ll 20 27 U vt u 21 2S r ::I » IS 21 29 W. I « 16 2J JO 1944 1 1 10 17 24 11 » 4 11 II « I S 12 19 26 | Coining 1 Events o——— SCNDAY Dowling Brothers! \ a . At Camp,Palmer Tech. Jones ii; well-known in Nau- patuck and wa's a star basketball player of .the U. S, Rubber team before entering (.he-service. He has been stationed in North Ireland for 14 months. Donald and Robert DowlinR, dons of Mrs, Raymond Dowllng of Lewis street are Mpcndlngvit two weeks' vacation at Camp Palmer, on t-he 'Housatonfc river. . ' . ' Last Band Concert On Green August 16 Tl'.e concert of the summer by the Naugatuck Community band, will take place on-the'Green Wednesday, evening, August 16. Family Outliijr of. V. S. Rubber Company at I'.lnden I'ark. | Weather Report q-^—: _ o Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, -Myisachusetls, Rhode Island .und Connecticut—Fair and continued cool tonight. Tomorrow fair with somewhat higher temperatures. Enstport to Block Island—Small craft warnings are beinjj displayed Block Island to Provincetown. extended forecast: New En;,'- Brother Chrysthon Of Graympor Visited In Borough Brother Chrysthon o[ Gray moor. Garrison, N. Y., has returned iif- tor iieiriK the yuesl, of Mr. and Mrs. Harold ISrennun of Meadow street for- sevural days. A number of his friends, \vlio visit Craymoor often, were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Brennan Friday evening at then- home. On his return trip Sunday brother Chrysthon was accorn- tiied by Mr.and Jfrs. Bretinan ind the Missfs Marie Plnnnitan incl Sadie Mulcahy. They enjoyed a chicken dinner when they arrived, Wiven by the Brothers of the Atonement. Visiting Sister . •••In New Haven Miss. Elna. Lundin of Park avenue is spending aevBral days visiting her sister. Mrs. Eskll Bjorklund if New Haven. Former Resident Visited Relatives offccr Joseph Gallagher, petty 2-c, (J. S. N'avy, and Jfrs, G h.-ivo returned to Xorfolk, Vn., after spending several clays with Mr. and Mrs. William McDermott at their summer home tit Ccdai'lar.d, Southbtiry. Mrs. Gallasrhcr is tho former Hose Ann McDermott of Orchard street, Helen Sutor In Atlantic City, N. J, . . Miss Helen Sutor or Gorman street, an employe of the Synthetic, Rubber Co., is vncatloning "in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Here's tho kind weather The temperature durinpr the next four days will average about the boasonal normal. For Boston, this is 71 degrees. Rising temperatures tomorrow .aixl Thursday, will be followed by .a return to cooler weather Friday. ': Rainfall will average about one- hulf inch—occurring as sho\vers and thunder showera lat.o Thursday and early Friday morning. The loathing and contempt in which a French collaborationist (H held by the French patriot* 1* dramatically registered on the face of a Gondjirme ;t* he gr jlw uni: by Uic hair an.l literally y«nk« him off to the Iicilici; Ntiition in Kitnnes after the IJ. S. forccn had liberated th<: city. All over the city Frenchmen-who had aided the Germans were given nssorti-d punishments. C. S. Siirnal CorpH Radlnnhoto. (International) Christmas Mailing To Servicemen Starts Sept. 15 Vacationing At Narrag-ansett, R. I. Private Presto In Saipan Campaign (Continue'd from Pa^c 1) Mr. and Mrs. N.. Hadly Cox of Woodlawni avenue aru spending a viicaliuii ;it Nai'i'Ligunsett Bay, R. T, Attended Retreat At Staten Island Visiting- Daughter In Bristol, R. I, Mrs. William Church street druiKhtfr, Mrs. Tir-istol, R. T. Frrnandcs, Sr., of is vcKJilnj,- her Anthony Ndnes of Dr.-Mrs, F. Weile Return From Mass. Or, »lt.'r Cod. Mass. nnil Mi-s. i.>,. t | VV. W.>l',(- of h sifi-ct havo returned homi- i two Wi.'i'k.v' vacation at Cairn I'ATTKHX 1!>7!) Xo week-end is ciuite complete this summer unless you have a smart "hare hacker" to wear for sports and sun-tanninjr and .1 trim and tailored jacket to wear ovor when occasion domarxls. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1979 i=. diisl^nod for sixes '12, M. 16. IS. 20; -JO -and -12. Size, M d.-ess, requires 2 1-2 yards oC 30-inch material: short sleeved jacket, 1 7-S Ready now— the "brand now ABC Pattern Book — tho quickest aid to home sewers yet devised. It's a complete up-to-the-minute catalogue. Price 10 cents per copy, Order an ABC Pattern Bool; with n .'15 cent pattern for 23 cents, plus 1 cent postage. For this, pattern, send 20 cent? in coin's, your name, address, pa tern nunibor ami siv.e wanted t. Barbara Bell. Natifrntiick Dail News, Post Office Box 99, Static O, New York 19. N, Y. Francis Scully of North Main street was one of a group of aln'mt 200 who attended a ruii-eas. con- dueled, by the Jesuit K-ithers at Manrusa, Statten Island, N. Y. recently. Registered At The Sea Breeze Inn, R. I, Miss Cathe;rne Cox of Woodlawn avenue is the guest of M:-. and -Mrs. LeroyGihbs of Park avenue at the Sea Breeze :nn, Quoixichon- taug. 11. 1. Three-Way Flattery Ellen Scanlon Resumes Duties Miss Ellen Scanlon of Dunn avenue hns resumed her duties in the local Welfare Department after )ier" 1 anmial vacation. Margaret Hasslinger Returns To Washington Spt. Margarut- Hasslinucr of the WAC has returned to Washington, D. C., after spending the week-end at her home on M.'ty avenue. Sgt. Franklin Smith On 15-Day Furlough . Sfrt. Franklin Smith, who is stationed in Dayton. Ohio, is spending; a 15-day furlough at his home on Gorman street. , CHOOSE THE SILVER YOUR CHILDREN WILL BE PROUD TO INHERIT . . f e of course. There is nomething ageless about Jntcrniitionnl Sterling Silver, It's crealcJ to Inst nnd la^t— not only through your life. time Imt ynur cliiMreii'x ns wi:H. Mntlu todny by -N'cw Knglaritl crn ft'-nirn whot-e pred*:ccssorH niuclc spoons of coin silver over one htim.'n.'d yi:,irs ii^o. Stop in toiJay lind l(?t 113 whow yo;i soiiiuof tin! Iieiiiitiful patterns. ^^(lsl si plucu i less than Hventy-fivc ilullurs. coat Michael*. SIIVIMSMITHS SINCI 1900 Mid-Week Service Wednesday Evening The mid-week service of the Hillside Confrrep;.tiona! church- will be held lomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. much Into a V-mail letter. Please don't worry about me. With all my love. .The Saipan operation in which Private Presto's outfit took part IK regarded as the most cosly in human life that American armed forces have ever undertaken. The toll in killed and wounded wa.s much higher than on Tarawa where the Marines lost nearly 1200 in dead and nearly three times that number in. wounded, and hundreds more listed as missing in action, The local soldier's address is Private Joseph Presto, 31337970. 38th Field Hospital.- Headquarters, P. O. 956, in care Postmaster, Sun Francisco; California. Corporal Joseph Jecturc of the U. S. Marino Corps, a Spring street resident, was wounded twice in the _ face in the conquest of Saipan. nn- thc ant wil Postmaster Frank Groen nounced this morning that Christmas mailing to • men women in the armed forces extend from Sept. ir> to Oct.. 15. It is only between these dales that packages may be sent to- military personnel without first presenting a written rorjuost from the servicemen, said Mr. Grcnn. Wartime shipping demands make early and restricted mailing dates necessary, as space aboard ship is used for medical supplTes, food, and equipment, Mr. Green saicj. ' -Many parcels have never been delivered, the local postmaster said, b<;c;uisc of insecure wrapping a weak container. Mr. Green recommended a box made of metal, wood, or fiberbonrd, and reinforced svitli twine and ffummcd paper. And writing Iho address pn both the wrnppcr and the container mi£ht help in the delivery, as the wrapper may bo lost. Parcels must not. weigh over 5 pounds, and must riot be more than 15 inches long- or 30 inches in length and iiirth combined. Each package s'-iould be marked "Christmas | Parcel," the postmasicr said.' )j Perishable Roods; such as fruits • jnd vegetables that may spoil, arc prohibited. Intoxicants, inflammable materials such as matches or lighter fluids, poisons, and any- thinjj that may damage other mail also an: prohibited. Gifts enclosed In glass should be substantially packed to avoid breakage. Sharp instruments, such as razors and knfv'es, must, have th«ir edges and points protected so. that they cannot cut through the coverings and injure postal personnel or damage other packages, Mr. Green concluded. Greenland has an estimated area of 826,000, square miles. Hotchkiss St Girl PossibleFracture Mildred Hanstelt, 22, of II Hotch- ss street, wo-s reported comfoi-LabJy at St. Mary'». hoapital late this morning:. . . The local girl is suffering from a possible fractured &ku)l. v *u«- tainod from an apparent fall, W«.- tcrbury police said this morning. She is employed at Loft'» in Wa- tcrbury. _' -.; DID YOU WRITE TODAY? A LETTER MEANS SO MUCH WE HAVE A DON'T DELAY COMPLETE LINE OF WRITE TODAY- STATIONERY AIR-MAIL V-MAIL PLAIN and NOVELTY PAPERS FOUNTAIN PENS — INKS. Your Stationery Store -. ' ^ ART AJfU . 9 STATIONERY THE CARD AND GIFT SHOP 68 BANK , SPRING GLORY PATTERN STREET Also available with the following patterns. Order by number. L, 22—Enchantress I- 20—Prelude 'L 23-noynl Danish S-* 27—1810 T, 2-1 —Serenity L 2S—Spring Glory L, 25—Courtship R2I30 PATTERN No, R2130 B}' simple changes In the vib- ion trimming, this smart 3-way at adjusts its flattery to your in- ividuat hair-do, whether jx>mpa- our, bangs or feather-cut. Pattern envelops contains complete easy-to-road and easy-to- follow directions for the above. Our GO-page multicolored book of Needle Arts cor'talning five free .patterns, and many other Sugges- j lions for dressing up your home and yourself is now available. Send your request for this book to the address listed below, enclosing twenty cents (20c.) wucoins to cover the cost and mailing charges, .Send 11 cents (coin) for above pattern number to Naugatuck Daily Nnws. Needle Arts Dupt., P. O. Box 172, Sattion D, New York 3, :N, Y. Plca'se include your postal: KOITC number. About. -15 million persons in the U. S. have savings accounts. Temperature Report Who says this is Leap Year? I don't sec any sign of women. Maybe if I put on my Boy Scout uniform it would help. But the old saying is, and I quote, blame it on the wcnther. Unquote. Personally I don't think you can blame anything for a woman's reactions. Not even another woman. To a guy like me, who will be <1-F even in his grave, there seems to be a real woman-power shortage Funny thing Is, I don't look repulsive. Maybe those are the Dog Days. Somebody accused me of being a — once. Thnt sounds plausablc. As yours truly was coming up Maplo street this a. m. our old Friend Red Hermans was seen wallosving in the refreshing waters of the Naugatuck river. What un iron constitution that man has. At that time (1 u. m.) the temperature of only 68. Errrrr. And now at long last, the report: From midnight 'til 6 a. m. the 'temps' was as steady as I have ever seen it. It stayed at 68 during that lucious sleeping hour. At 9 a, m. it climbed to 74 nn'd at 10 a. m. readied 80. It is 82 now ((11 a m.) and it appears as If it might rise woe bit more. Incidentally the humidity is quite low Or did you already know that? Be seein' ya, •A-** SPECIAL! MEN'S SUITS Beautifully Dry . Cleaned and Domothed 9Ct 16 ° 0 Church St. AS WAR activities gradually give \vay to those of peace, ZX some workers may have to seqfc new places of employment. Whether the new jobs are in another part of town or in a different community, C. R. & L. pledges itself to do everything possible 'to bring the worker and the job together. . . . The flow of riding will be carefully studied so that buses may be added where necessary. New routes will be established^ : '" if the demand warrants them. One hundred and twenty-)fi\V > new buses are already on order to assure better peacetime.service. •!' ; Count on us—go to work by bus! '. 'V ' - -' FREE!! 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