SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1944 NAUOATUOK DAILY NEWS Personal • m • Social Lawn Party Tendered Dolores Kelssy On Seventh Birthday Poloivs Krlsey wild tendered fi livwn pnrty r»t. the home of her mother, M''s. l-'luivuco Kcl.sey of Golcl- ,.„ I'lnco in honor o;' her seventh birthday- DO'OITH WHS the recipient of tunny gifts from those in uttancl- IlIlCi'. Keire-shmonts were served 'nncl pinii'M wi're enjoyed. Maureen Leiii'y Sully Thurston, Jo Ann Lc-ary, nncl ni.innc Spaclolo won prl/.PM alTerccl for conti'til.-intji in tho games. Children attending the party iiYrr: Sully Ann Ttuirstoti. Jonn Dunn, Jonn Tjiinry, Anna Sturlo 1'rrstu. .Mti uro on Leary. .Ellen Ttuii'sti'n. Dlnnnc Spndohi, Sundra Tiickfr, Angola ROMC Presto, Mnry Juno Blokordyke. \Vilma Weaving, nncl n<ilorfH Kohn. A:ni Cnrol Junes. Jncltic Kodmun, T<fii-b:ir:i Kelsey. and Dolores Kel- spy. Ab-o there were Mrs. M;uynret Kii'ki'i'dyUe, Melon Cresbtick, Flor- i-niv. I'iiylis.t and Ksthoi 1 Dnddio, nnil Mrs. Fi'ecl U'illifclns who served 'ts hostess. To Be Married Today Juliet Cap Mrs. Gertrude Baummer Honored Recently At .Dinner Party Mrs. Gertrude Baummer of Auburn street was honored recently at n dinner party given by -associates at tho Eastern' . Malleable Iron company [it v the PI-QBB club in Watcrbury. . • Mrs. Baummer retired from the llrm last week. She was presented with gifts by those-(it the party which wns arranged by Miss Virginia. Kolnkowski. To Be Married BOROUGH DAILY DIARY Paga Thr*» Something New In Music World. Dcmenic Torsiello Gets Compensation Compensation Commissioner John J,_ O'Connell recently approved the 'oilowing agreement for weekly xiyments -during disability: Domenic Torsiello of Union City ainst American Brjisra company r, Wutcrbury, $2-1,97 beginning July 0, buck injury. MISS I.SARK.I, SMITH Isabel Smith To Marry Henry Hayden At 2 P. M. Patient At Water bury Hospital Mrs. Albert. Marsh of . North Moaclley street is a patient at the Watorlniry hospital where She recently underwent'an operation. Gertrude Nelson Visiting Parents Miss Gertrude Nelson, R, N., of Hartford is visiting her parents, '.Mr .and Mrs. Charles Nelson of Grove .street. MI*H Genevleve Ann daughter of .John JF. of ISS'Purk avenue and the Into Sarnh V.- O'Brien, will be married to Edward W. Leahy, son ol Mr». Kdwurd J, Leahy :ni<l •Itlie -lute Edward J. Ix:uliy of Hartford,- Thursday, Aupust 2-1, n't 9 a. m. In St. Francln Church. No Invitation* have been Issued for the wedding:. AUGUST 1944 t W t '» » I I 3 « S 678 9 10 II 12 U 14 IS 10 I? IS 19 20 21 22 2) 24 25 26 2J 28 29 JO II Coming Events SUNDAY Family Outlnf? of V. S. Rubber Company at Linden Park. MONDAY ' Rcliciira) of Nnujriitiick Com- rntinlty band, t) p. m., '/little whed. oOo-— " WEDNKSDAY Entertaining- Guest From Lowell, Mass. Miss Ann Rowers of Lowell, Mass., is the guest of Mrs. Henry Only of Elm street. 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AIK.VS SUITS Ui'iiufiftilly Dry ('li-HMi-d and Di-nuil lu-i , •UJElJElN S Church St. .Mi.-is r.sabc-l Smith, daughter of Mrs. [rvinK Smith of 153 Gorman] slri.-i.-t will become the bride of Henry A. Haytlon. Jr.. Ph. M. 12-c. U, S, C. G., and son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A Hayden of S-l Luke street. Watcrbury, this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the rectory of St. Mary's church. Kev. Joseph Ko- r.-luinas will perform the wo- ct-ivmony, Tho muid-ot'-hono!" will bo Miss Marjorio Smith, a sister o;' tho lf\ ."ncl Wallace CtiroTjtol, I5ro[!~, oi'-in-law m 1 thr bridegroom, will serve as best man. A white unwn fashioned with fitted ktco bodice. -;woet.hearr. Jicck- liiu-, sihfii-l sleeves ,-inc! full ninon dkirt with lace appliques will by worn by the bl-idi.-. I-Ier i'injroriip ve.il of illusion will be anvinKiJd from :i hcai-t-shaped bonnet of or- nnt,'i> blossoms and she will carry n iuisi:;ray of wiiito roses, stupha tioiis ami b.-|by's breath. The maid-of-vonor will wear an nshi'S of roses faille taffeta pown' syh.-d with embroidered sweetheart' ni.-cidim;, throe - quarter lonpth I sleeves and full shirred skirt. Her] nosegay will be composed of contrasting flowers to match those ir her hair, A navy crepe suit, white acccs sories and a corsage of Kardcnin, will be \vr>rn by the bride's rnothoi' Thi.> mothi?" of tho vroom will weai :i soldier blue cii-c-ss. white series and a ^ar-deniii. oorsape. About 7S quests will .ittond a re- c«-p:ion r.o be h.-Icl .-it thn home ol thie bi'ido. Out-of-town people from ' York, Hartford. Now .Haven i> River and Sprinjjfiuld, Mass, will be prc.sont. For u-fivrlinj,' 'on their woddinp trip to New York I he brido will •.vc.'ir a two-pintm sui;. o(' Alice blue with flowi.-retl blouse anfl navy ac- oosnories. Engag-ed Vacationing- At Lake Quassapaug Prank Jor.es ot Cemetery street, an employe oC the Risdon Mfg. Co., is spending a vacation at his cot- UIKC at L^xftc QUASsapaug. Return From Washington, D, C. 5frs. Minnie Olson and daughter, .Doris of May avenue have returned from Washington, D. C., where 'they spent the past week visiting Donald V. Olson. Radio Technician 3-c Olson is stationed at the Is'avnl Research Laboratories there. Alice Dolan Gets Promotion In WAVES Miss Alice Dolan of the WAVES, U. S. Navy, stationed in Washington, D. C,. has been promoted to specialist Q. . Miss Dolan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dolaa of Golden Hill street. Concert by Xuugntuck Com- niiiiiJty Bund on Green. | Weather Report I o— — —— : :—o Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island—Continued hot today. Fair weather followed by partly cloudy with scattered thundershowers this afternoon and evening. Fair and not so warm tomorrow. Eastport to Block Island—Small craft warnings are displayed from Block Island to Provincetown. Tho world's first orchestra composed entirety of nun* haw made It* appearance UK a summer nchonl feature at Ford ham .untvcmlty. New York, and here arc some of the /Jftccn member* • In rehearsal. Th«y have, a wide rcpcMwirc of-modern and d»m|cal rnuufc. (International) Mrs. Thomas,Lee Returns From Waterbury Hospital Mrs. Thomas Lee has returned to her home on Hi£h street riftcr ir.s; u p!i.tient at. t,he Watcvbury hospital where she underwent an operation for appcndjcitis. CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS $1.69 ""1 $1.89 NORWASH Shoe Store SIURI.KY J. O'DONNKU. Tli.r ciii;-:igrnii-nt: of Mls.s Shirley .'I. O'Uoniu»ll. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i-Tiink A. O'Douncll (l f Walnut -.(I'ci't tn ,7(ilin ?Iah:in, M>n nf Mrs. >Jnr.!;-:iri-t .Miiliun of Scott striM.-l, lui.s liron aiunjunci-il. The wriUling is .s<:hi;diik-<l to lake pluVL* Oclohi.'r T. Mr-Mrs. Edward Duffy Return From Vacation Rubco Bocci Team Trims Scovill's The U. S. Rubber Co, Bocci squad defeated Scovill's in n two team match in Watcrbury last night, -1-2. The matches were .ill close. A return match will be played at the Mnrchcgana cluh Aug. 20. The Rubco team was made up of Hutzy Marinclli, Tom Palmion, Frnr.k M.'irtone, Lou Ruggicro. Rod Kelly, pudgy Signotti, JPrimo Mass.i, and Augic Martinez. GREAT NOVEL IS ON THE SCREEN AT of , returned Mr. and Mrs, Udward Duffy Fail-view avenue have from a vacation spent ut Mamp- ton Bench and the Rockinghnm hotel, Portsmouth, N. M. Returned To Home In Erie, Pa. Miss Kllcn . Anderson who has been visiting Mr, and Mrs. Carl SkogHind of Walnut street for the past week, IIM.K returned to her home in Kriu, Pa. EVERY HOME Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM Florals Nuttings Baby Pictures Scenes Spending' Vacation At Bay View Mrs. Bernard Sliulkin ol" An dor- son street, Mrs. John Estes of Gold- n Hill street, Mrs. Hubert J-I:ill of Riverside drive, and Mrs. Euganc Orlando of Crown street arc spending a two weeks' vacation at En View, Mi I Cord. Week-End Guest Of Colette Peterson Miss Mario Anderson of New Ha- vcn is spending the woelt-end as the guest of Miss Colette Peterson of Millvillo avenue. S.MALI, OK :,AKGK — THKY'KK MKRI5 ?l MIRRORS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY ITur JUujinndaliiu Auto Insuriincc BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS All Our Mirrors Are Pittsburg- Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED OR UNFRAMED SO MANY DIFFERENT SIZES O. SOMKTHf.VG TO FKAMK'.' \VK'I,J. DO IT SWEENEY'S ATCT AND STATIONKRY STORE City Insurance Agency ' .Jn.irjih V. Koslio, Accnt 'A Union Street Tel. 4U28-2953 GKKATI5R SERVICE \ from ynur clothes when they ! I'Miii'd rujrularly by our I ert workmen, Prompt sen- D.LIEBERMAN 20 CHURCH STBEET FREE!! Htnlng planning Your Fiituro- \rrili!. Call or phoni! -1-8772 24 CEXTKAL AVENUE Or.ly Fear! S. Buck, with her in- lini.ite knowicdpo and understanding of the Chinese people, could have written "Drapron Seed" now at Loew Poli theater. Tin: map- n'ificcntly courageous ^tory of inod- ern China, of its men, women and children united in righteous wrath to combat the terrorism oftheJiip- aneso invaders. Millions thrilled to Miss Buck's be?t .scliur JTOVC) of Uii.s heroic people's valiant, struc- plc to survive. Now It 'has been hroufjht to the snrccn with tremendous power a.nd specktclc. 'fetfii 1 - rir.fr Kathcrine Hepburn a« Jade and W"-"-- 1 ' Huston as Lin T;ur. The picture is one of, three being: featured by M-G-M in observance of the company's Twenty Year Anniversary. . ' • "Drafron Seed" is the story o Jade, 11 •Chine.'e g-ivl'," 'who 'thirst. for the' knowlcdso in .books', rc-i izcs that without freedom' .her na tion-camiot be stron-g-, 'Knd 'become a dynamic leader. In-' -the fift against. Japanese brutality "an tyranny; of her beautiful rornanc with Lac Er. a farmer's son; o Lin Taiv, a philosophical, kindly and pcvicc lovinp; farmer'rising tc tho bitter challenge of a'-world a war, 'of Wu Lien, who sells out hi people to the Japanese, of sturdy Chinese guerrilla.s, fighting the Japanese with their bare hands the farmers burning 'their.. farms and crops nncl ravaging the pood earth tht:y love so that it will be useless to the hiited Japs. In her .portrayal o£ Jade, Miss Hepburn's versatile dramatic talent reaches new heights. It is a daring- departure in clla.'rricteriza- .ion for the-star of "Keeper of. the Flame," "Woman of the Year" and The Philadelphia Story." The .supporting oast includes Tu'i-han Bey, Akim Tamlroff, Henry Tra.v : ers, Agrees Moorehea'd and Aline MacMnhon. Plus on 'the same program of Hits, t.herc will be Selected Short Subjects and latest news of, tile day. Mrs. John Prus And On' Vacation Mrs. John Prus and h,er niece, Irene Gilda, of Anderson street have loft for Bay View, Mil/ord, where they wUl spend the next two weeks. WIVDSOKS AT XEWrOUT Newport, R. J., Aupr. 32—(UF> — The Duke 'of Windsor -believes that the war apparently is in its final stapes, but he refuses to predict when it will end. The Duke—roy.il governor of tho Bahamas—was :n- tcrvlewcd at Providence, en route to Newport for a va'caiion. He and the Duchc-5* of Windsor will be guests of Robert H. Young; and later of Mr.«. Duncan Douglas at their Newport homes. No largo parties or receptions arc planned. Smart Apron OFFICE'S BURNED Thomaiston, Maine, Aug. 12-— (UP)—Fire- .has destroyed the main building and that housing the", offices at the' Gray Boats' shipyard. Loss was estimated at about $20,ooo: Waterfront Fire In Hoboken Caused Heavy Damage Hoboken, N. J., AUR-. 12—(U P) —Officials estimato that millions of dolla.rs worth of combat-bound war material was destroyed in a spectacular waterfront fire Jast night. The blaze broke out on the wharves at Hoboken — across the Hurson river from New York city. Fourteen persons were treated at hospitals and a score of firemen Buffered smoke poisoning. One man ii listed as missing, although it's likely he may have escaped in. the confusion. The. inferno started with an ex- ploision aboard a lighter and threatened the entire waterfront area for four hours. One of Ho- bolten's largest piers was destroyed rc It St. Michael's (EpUcop»l) Rev. A. F. Lewi* completely. Other property was damapod. Three ' barges u. n d floati.ng crane were ruined. The services at St. Michael's church on Sunday, Aug. 13, 10th Sunday nfter Trinity, -will be as follows: Celebration of the Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. The Rev. Richard W. Baxter of Middlcbury will be in charge of the services. Thursday: 7:30 p.m. Girls' choir in choir room'. Hillside Congregational Rev. Paul W. Peterson The lighter was unloading 50- Kallon drumte of an explosive chemical wiien a small fire of unknown origin broke out. Tho first blust —nt S p. m.—hurled the drums all directions. Other detonations followed rapidly. Dozens of sailors and dock hands jumped into the water and swam to safely. •All available Hoboken equipment, aided by large New York turnout of .-i.ppai-.uud and 30 Coast Guard vessels, joined i.n the four-hour fight against the flames. The Lord's Day warship service will be held at the regular 11 o'clock hour Sunday morning. Aug. 13. The minister, Hew .p. W. Pe- a tcrson, will preach on the subject, "When God. Limits Himself," based HOME IN INDIANA" CURRENT LEAD AT THE STRAND THEATER Salem Lutheran (AuKU*Utna Synod) WIHUm R. Frendberr, P««tor Tenth Sunday after Trinity. Jesus Rejected at Nazareth (Luke 4:23-30). Ushers—Carlton Nelson, George Johnsor.. Sunday, 9:30 a. m. English service. Soloist, David Ahderson. Tuesday, 8:00 p. m. Board of trustees. Host family — Carl Salmonson. St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran B«v. O. U. Bertram upon Christ's experience of rejec-1 tion by his own people at Xazar-[ eth. The mid-week service will be held on Wednesday evening at S:00 o'clock. The sixth chapter of Genesis will be the object ofoursludy, The Ladies' Auxiliary win gather for a lawn party at the home of Mrs. C. G. Swaiuon on Park avenue, on Thursday afternoon. August 17. Tho banks distributed at the beginning of the" year will be opened at this time. The Mutua.1 Benefit Society will hold its monthly meeting in the church library on Thursday evening, at S:00 o'clock. On Saturday afternoon at 5:00 o'clock the Young People's Society will sponsor a corn - roast. All Divine worship at 8:45 a. Wi. Text: Psalm 23, 4. Theme: "Death —And Then?" The Lutheran Hour, Sunday, 1:30 p. m. Station: VVTCC, Bridgeport; WTHT, Hartford. The Rev. O. A, Gciseman, S. T. D. will preach on the theme: "The Presence of the Comforter" based o nthe text, of John 14, J6f. Young People's meeting-, Friday at 7:30. Immanuel Lutheran Church Rev. Harold Lucas, Pastor 30:-J.'5 a, nj. Worship service. Monday, S p. m. Meeting of Church Council, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Friendship Circle meets. Once again 20th Century-Fox has ! fi' ic " ds <vrc invited to enjoy this 1893 34-48 1'ATTKBN 1893 An apron .without a.nj r , tricks— iust a beautifully fitted big coverall with comfortably big. armholes, a smartly cut neck, sensible pockets and. a. big bow tie in back. It's an apron as. necessary in the kitchen as'your stove! Barbara Bell Pattern No. ' 1393 s designed for sizes 3-1,.36, 38, -10, 2, 44,'46 and 48. Size 3G requires 1 1-2. yards of 36-inch .material; 6 ards bias binding- or rfc-rac trim, Good news for all home dressnakers: the new . Fall ABC PJU- ern Book is raady! Send 1 for a opy today, it 'costs only 10 . cents, fou may. order a copy with a 113 ent .pattern for 25 cents, plus 1 ent postage. •For th.is attractive pattern send 0 cents in coins, with your name, ddress; pattern number and - size wanted 'to Barbara Bell, Nauga- jck. Daily News, Post Office Box ^_ 9, -Station'G, New York 19,'-N, Y. delved into the riRht lore «f jrreat American tradition and has come up with a picture that is at once a ffrent, heart warming experience as well as a triumph-of thrillingly exciting entertainment. Gloriously filmed in Technicolor, "Home In Indiana." which opened yesterday at tho Strand, is an utterly welcome sequel to 20th's two memorable excursions into romance fin dramn of horse racing, "Kentucky" and "Maryland," both of which this new fllm surpasses in breath-taldnpr beauty, dramatic impact and stirring action. Featuring Walter Brcnnan, Lon McCallister, Jeanne Grain, Charlotte Greenwood, June Haver and a celebrated supporting: cast, the picture is based on the Saturday Evening: Pose serin], "The Phantom Filly," by Gcoi-jrc Aftnew Chamberlain. "Honie In Indiana" tells the story of spirited youth, beautiful and excitingly. Of lovely women and proud men, all against the brilliantly colorful background of. county fairs and the great "apple pie" 'country in the most beautiful and dazzling Technicolor this ro- viexver has ever seen. On every can nt—story, acting performance, direction, production and sheer beauty—"Home In Indiana" stand's in a "class by itself. It's delightful entertainment and a tonic for these times that's crowded with war.nerves and war pictures. It is a glorious entertainment that 'shouldn't be missed. The second feature on the current Strand bill is the newest in the Charlie Chan detective adventures. It's title is "The • Chinese Cat," and once again the role of the super orential sleuth is taken by Sidney Tolcr. Joan Woodbury is also featured "Americans All," a new March of outing on- the church grounds. Time release and the latest issue of Movietone News rounds out this "Morc-lhan-your-money's worth" Strand program. HOME BOBBED Boston, Aug. 12—(UP)—A Dorchester couple report that their home has been ransacked and robbed . of $500 -and costume jewelry. Mr. and Msis. Charles La- Mattina told police that thieves forced entry through the front door while the LaMiattina's were absent. First Church of Christ Scientist WATERBUKV (Corner Uolmen and Mitchell ATC«.) Sunday service, 10:45 a. m. Sunday school at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock, "Soul" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, August 13th. " The Golden Text is from PsaJms fi2.5. "My soul, wait thou only upon God; for my expectation is from him." Selections from the Bible include the following: "Ix>rd, thou hast been our dwelling place in all gcncT-ations. So teach- us to number, our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. And let file boauty of the Lord our God be upon us:. . ." (Psalm 90: 1.-12, 17) Correlative passages from 'the Christian Science textbook "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following <p. 598): "One moment of divine con- sciovisness, or the spiritual understanding of Life and Love, is foretaste of eternity. This exalted view, obtained and retained -when the Science of being is •understood, would bridge over with life discerned spiritually. the interval of death, and man would be in fuTl consciousness of his immortality and eternal harmony, where sin, sickness, and death are unknown." Holy Saviour (Polish National Catholic) Rev, Louis Kaczorounkl Masses celebrated at 8 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. St. Mary's (Roman Catholic) Rev. Thomas M. Griffin The Masses at St. Mary'n church will be celebrated at 7:iJO, 9:30 and 11 n. m. St. Hedwig's (Follah Roman Cathode) Rev. S. F. NaUwnjk The Masses at St. church will be celebrated at 6:30. S, 9:30 and 31 ». m. The regular weekly vesper »er. vice will be at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Naugatuck Methodist Kcv. T. Bradley I/ongfttaff Sunday, August' 13, -194-t—and following week: Service of morning worship, sermon, "Thy Will Bo Done." 11:00 a. m, August 17th—The Fidelity Bilblo class will hold their monthly meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Fassctt, Beacon Valley road, on Thursday, August 17th. The members will' meet in the late afternoon and share in a pot-luck supper, A white elephant sale and • business'.meeting; will follow. St. Francis 1 (Roman Catholic) Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, Vattor Massei will be celebrated In St. Francis' church Sunday morning at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. St. Anthony'i J'ronpoct, Conn. . (Roman Catholic) Masses will be celebrated' at St Anthony's church'In Prospect Sunday morning at 8 and 10 o'clock. BEACON FALLS United Church (Rov. Harry K. Themiw, Factor) The Everyman'* Bib'e class will meet at the-church at 9:30 o'clock with President Clayton Dubols In charge of the meeting. Morning hour of worship service will bo conducted at 10:45 o'clock, with Rev. Harry E. Thomaa. the pastor, officiating and delivering the GCrmon. In the evening the Christian Endeavor society will meet at the church at 7 o'clock. St. Michael's (Roman Catholic) Rev. Jerome Cook, Paator The Masses for the, parishioners of St. Michael's church will b« celebrated at 8 o'clock, 9:15 o'clock and 11 o'clock on Sunday rooming in the new church.on Mapl* avenut.
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