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MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1944 NAUGATUCK. DAILY NEWS *++*+++++***++?**<••*•++*+* Personal Social Henry A. Hay den Is Feted At Bachelor Dinner Mayor Ji.>hii S, Momignn of Wa- tei'bury 'served -as toasimaster at A bncholoi- dinner given recently for Henry A. Hayden, Jr., Ph, M. 2-C, of l-uke street, Waterbury- Seaman Haydeu was married Saturday to Miss I'sahel Smith of Cicirnuin street, Naugatuck, A |'iirs<> was presented tho )>ridi'i, r i''K>ui by the group, which Itu'luiled: ' Oorgi- r.uddy. Dr. Richard C. M;H>. Dr. Alfred Finn, Patrick Wjillacv. (M-artk Mi\>, Arthur Gri- ouurd, Tlionia* Walsh, Henry Dowling. William Uritiui. Thomas Conway. John Daltcn. Diinlol Oi-Sey. Martin Tehan, OniL-r .Proulx, Dennis McCarthy, John Stokes, Clai-- oiu-i- P-aNuula, tedward Fil/.gerald. Kiehni'U MimciglUi, Thomas Bnr- boi'i. Franklin Smith. Jo.'eph-Shea, Neil Malom-y, Daniel T. Fat-ring- ton. Jr.. Nod BU-witt, J. Franr.is Smitr, MiiLirici; Tangney. Humbert Mangini, l^itriok foi-cl, JohnTobln. Frank Ki'rgin, William Kelly, Delwood Candrn. George Lynch. War- Ten Cook. Charles Thompson, Jsro- ili I a !i KiM-wln, Ambrose Scully. ThiMiUis I''. O'DonriMl, John Hayel en. Martin l-kiydc-n. Jean A. Matchett Is Bride Of Vincent'J. Tafnowicz Dress Up Your Vanityj The Ncuigatuck Methodist enure was tho «cotii> of a prutty wedcllnf Saturday morning nt • 10 o'cloc! when Rev. T. Bradley Longstuf unltRd )n mtirringe at a Uonbl ring ceremony, Jean A. Miitchott daughter of Mr, nnd Mr». How art! Mn'tcheu of 111 Gorrann atrcei to Aviation Cndel Vincent J. Tar nowlc-/., son of Mr. and Mrs. Su\n ley Tarnowicz of 38 Ncagle .street The bride was attired in a sti-oe length tlrc.is of clover pink 'crepe matching Dutch hut, pink accessories and wore a corsage of white roses and stephanotis. She was attended by 'Miss Mars Barto as niaid of honor and Alii. Ann Sultana, a cousin of th groom, as bridesmaids. Both attendants wore dresses of pole blue crepe, Juliet Caps with veils, blue accessories and corsages of rose buds and baby's breath. The- groom had as his'best'man, Peter Giesen of Watei'bury ancl David Matchutt. brother of the bride, ushered. Mrs. M'atchott. the mother of tho bride, wore s. powder blue dress u-ith navy blue accessories and Mrs. Tnrnowicz, mother of the (,'i-oom, was dressed In navy blue and whit« with navy acoossurics. Both worn corsagiv of pi-aoh gladioli and rosebuds, A wending breakfast for the bridal party and Immediate families wii.x served at Sullivan's inn, after which Mr. and Mrs. Tarno- wicv. loft on .in unannounced w>-d- din« i rip. Upon their i-etui-n. Mr. Tarnowicx will return to. Lubback, Texas,, to continue his training while Mrs, Tarnowicz will make her home with her parents. The bride, a graduate of Naugatuck high school, is at present employed by the Lewis Engineering Co. Prior to his enlistment, in the Air Corps, the groom, who also attended loc.-U schools, worked in the Fuel Cell Development Department of the U. S. Rubber Company. Non-Slip Straps Many Friends Call..On Anniversary; Of Mr.-Mrs. A. Limone >'' Open'houHC was held recently by Mr, find Mrs. Anthony Limone o'J 114 Hill street on their 25th wed- 1 •ding •anniversary.. A.larfte, number of friends called to 1 extend' congratulations und wish • them, many morn years of hapincss. •• Mr. and Mrs.. Limore wish to thank all those who made the day such a happy event. Pvt. Ernest Molnar Is Entertained By Several Friends Pvt. Ernest Molnnr, who is stationed at Fort Bragg. N. C., i--5 spending n 10-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. 'A-nna Molnar of 390 Scott street. . He was entertained at a hot dos roast held recently at the home of Mrs. Margaret Liav.daus- kci.-v of Field street. On completion of his furlough, Pvt. Molnar will report at Fort Jackson, S. C. PATTKKN >'0. IWIIW Pili-t crochet Is ideal for your vanity, nnd it should not t/il;<; you lonfc to make up n sol in this .simple pattern of butterflies and rosi's. I'iitti'iTi fnvnlopu nnntnins 2 lllet- croniii-i illii^'rams of cnsy-to-si'i; dot-ln NCiiiari; method; also full di- rcctUins. Our ilD-pii^'p multicolored book of Nf:edle Arts containlnff live free patterns, ruu! mnny ottmr suj,'j,'es- tlon.M for dressing up your home and ytnirst.'lf IM nou- uvalliLblo. Send your refiiiost for this book to the address listed bulovv. en- floslnf,' twenty eft n us i20c) In coins tn Oliver the cost and muillnK charges. Kencl 11 c.-nts (coin) for above pattern number to Xaufr/Uuclc Daily Nrws. Nfiodli 1 : Arts Dep't., T'. 6. l-Jnx 17'.'. Station U. New York ". 7s'. Y. ['lease include your postal '/.(me niunher. Wedding Intentions Are Filed Wedding intentions have been filed at the otllce of Town Clerk R. J, St. John by Atirullo J'inho of -l-l Arch -street and Arminda 3lamos of Pond street. Rita Schulz Vacationing- In N. Y. Miss Rita Schulx. of May avenue an employe of the NauyaUiek Chemical Co., is spending a week's vacation in New York. Vacationing In Boston, Mass, Miss Helen Patterson of Beacon Falls is vacationing for a week in Boston, Mass. She is: an emploj'e nf the Naufjatiick Synthetic Rub-j ber Co. A'O. 1^10 : ,. A boon to the woman who likes a wide shoulder strap cut ri^'ht in with the slip. It's particularly ap- puiiiiriK to the oldur woman and the H'oman of stout builtl. Mukos up nicely in both rayon silks and satins and in cottons, Tho tailored panties'-match the slip. Barbara Bell Pattern No. J2U1 is designed for si/.es 30, 38, 40, -1'J, •l-l, -1U, -IS, , r )0 and 32. Sine 3S, slij: built-up shoulders, requires 2 7- yartis of 39-inch material; 1 1- yards for panties, Ready now—the brand new ABC Pattern Book—the quickest aid t home sewers yet devised. Jt's i complete up-to-the-minute . cam lofrue. Price 10 cents per copj Order an ABC Pattern Book wiU a 15 cent pattern for 23 cents, plu. 1 cent postage. For this pattern, send 20 cents plus'l cent for postage, in coin.s your name, address, pattern num ber and st/c \vanted Lo Jj'url'ur; Bell, iN'autrattick Dally Nuws, j'os Oflicc Box 99, Station G, N'cw \orl 10, N. Y. Friendship Circle Will Meet Tuesday' The Friendship Circle of tho 1m- m.'uiuol JLuLhuran uhurch will mod tomorrow -evening al 7:20 o'clock at the church. Engagement • .... , Of, Local Girl Is Announced • • Mr.fi.nd Mrs,- Chr'iH Salalla. of 3-1 Gorman street announce ).ho en- j^it^cmenl; of their cla.uKh(:er, to .Tosoph Santucoio, son of Mr, Mrs. John Sanluccio of X^aAvren Mass, Daughter Born To Pvt.-Mrs.; J. Sirica A daughter was-born l.o Pvt and Mrs. .Jerry Sirica, of ,'lij M.M.V street, Aiiffust :K1. in 'St. Alacy's ho.-ipjl.'i), j Watcrhiny. . •• ' 1'vl. ,Si]-u,n. ifi sUiUnmni at Camp Whoelinfr, (la. "M.r-s. Siricn iv |.)K; fanner Uouiso Durm.Mruina. of Nnw Troop 31, Girl Scouts, Meets Sept. 15 The next mi'.etinj.,' of Trnnp .",1. Girl ScouLs, will be ho'.il on Sop- tenihor 15 instead of on 25, as previously annuuncoil. Visiting- At Sanders'..Home IVrj-s. n;mii;l Sa.ni!ors of Vvilliams- jiorl., Pr., is visil.in^: a.-,, the honi': "f lie:- smi, liohei-i; Sanders of Cuntral Mr.-Mrs. John Blum On Vacation Mr. rvnd Mrs. John Blum of Meadow street .in.' spciniir.fr a vacation at Silver Sands, Milford. 1 Morn than one million -pounds of Uyna.mite wer^ trsocl each yeur in the H0moKi.:il<i; ^.'ultl mine locat- LHl at Lead, Stnnh • Dakolxa. Richard Anderson Visiting- Grandparents Richard Anderson of New York is visilin;,' his Ki'.'indpariMits. -Mi', and Mrs. Don.itus Anderson of May ;v\-eniif;. 'Diere i '-i.n .'u'-.-jvij^e nf. one lif- 1 insurance ayent. ui o;u;li 200 families in I.he U. S. Casualtylists Issued By Navy, War Departments Washington, Auff. 1-J—(UP)— The INiivy department announces %c names of three Connecticut men wounded, in action ami xhrce others reported missing; Wounded ,-iro: 1 Marine ' Corporal Qetr^e J. Chnrny of CO Charles street, New Mfiven. .Marine j'riv;iti> First Class James K. 73er'mody of 308 Ocean avenue, We.xt 1-la.vcn. And Moi'ino Private First Claws John H. Dur.al ,of Hole! Brunswick, First street, Seymour. The 7jiissin>r arc: Chief J^aiifoman Fclico Philip Do Co.-i.-i.re, of 2-1-1 Catherine street, Hi-iilKOpOrt. Motor M:icliinisls Male Second Clans Robert Jellin^ton, Jr., of. 200 iVi>rlh Bank street. New London. And R;tdiomnn Second Class John Jo Moflitt of JS2 Hov.-;j.i-d stj-ee--, XHW London. Additionally, the War ueparl.- mert. announces the names of IT Connecticut men \roiimlcd in the Celral J^aeiflc, Kui-opean, and Mediterranean war areas. Private First. Class Norman C. Hurlburt of Thompson street, Rast llaven, was wounded in the Central,-Pacific ai-c.-x. Tv.-elvo men wounded in the Ku- ropnaii area are: Secnncl Lieutena.nt John K. Btil- lard of i*7 l-liibbunj avenue, Stamford. •Private First Class G-eoi'KO K. Barker of 27 . Californi:.L street 1 , ] J ,!-id^e]>nrl.. IViivae First Cla.ss Edwaril 3'". Burke of 81 ^Farmington. avenue Kensington. ' "'' Private George H, Burr of 144 Pembroke, strett. Bridgeport. Private First Cln.sk. Franklin 'J Curtis of Sunset Farm, West Hartford. Technician -Filth Grade .-Paul D.-jivjJuck of 8'J Warner street, \\ Sergeant .William E. Coss of 31C1 M:i.in street; Hartford. Second Lieut. William A. Hahn, Jr.. of North Woodbiiry. Sto.lT Sergeant G-eorgn W. Jennings of 202 Bronx avenue, Bridgeport. Corporal Elmor F. Z,,iuf of 9 Cherry street, Uanbury. Private John E. O'Brien ot 13 El msircct, Winsted. And Private, First Class Herbert Sommijr of 3208 Stratford- ;ivenue, { Bridgeport. Wound casualties in the Mediter- I vrmean area include: Private J.locco B. Lucian of Gv.l W.-itertow:^ ,-ivonue, W:iterbui-y. St--)ff SerBWa.nl. Sebastian P. Salus- l.ro of 1JO Village strnot, Hartford. Private First Class Harry F. Sal- vaiore of S71 WoodsUJck uvonue, Stralfoi-d. And Pi-ivatc Firet. Class Victor S. Toloski of -17 Hoi-ace street, Tor- Suggests Take Vitamin D From Sun In Small Doses Slnto Coliefr'.', Pa. — (UP)—Dr. Hans NeiifoerKur, of Pennsylvania SI.-LIO College, has warned vacationers, forced by tho Lrancpovta- tion shorlaffo to substitute ' bacU- yard sun bathing for their normal trips to the shore, that the dancers of sun ba.thin^ arc frequently much firoatoi-'than the beneficial results. The Penn State "weather man" Play Progress In G. Trophy Tournament Balph Hanson- and s -Frtd' Zonlno sln.7-ted the George P.-Youn* ffolf tournament' off with a'win over Gus Klcm, club'champion.and'^ohn Fitzgerald on Thursday,- night -at tlie Hop Brook course,'.in the correct U. S. Rubber competition. The tournament consists' of,;lwo- rrmn (.cams p>ayin# in two sections and pri7.cs arc being awarded "Tor each section,' -»'ith -a Rrandvprizo jjoinjj to the team winning the plny-oflT championship.. The matches for this week arc scheduled as.follows: .'—. Petrucelli -Sweet "vs. Ander.ion- lover. .. Cioslewski-Van Twisk .'-vir.'-Gcs- sock-Minicucci. . Eo.rrott-Ix»cpcr v». Sulllvan-Wirth. said that "ability to withstand sun s an individual matter, but no one should . make the mistake- of ro- .-iininK too lon£ in the hot sun." Dr. NQuhcrstcr said -.that sun hins can be beneficial-only in small doses and that painful jnin- rn, heat strokes, as -well -as nk*n cancer, result from' over-exposure. The therapeutical effect "of sun ics in the production of vitamin D n the skin, the expert said. It vould be less ' danperous~ and probably more effective, he kidded —to acquire vitamin D internally through food: • •• .-: Xortb Dakota's « t. a te capitol I>uilf3in£ at Bij-mwek is of skyscraper construction and a. part of it is'JS stories hip!].' Former Resident Will Enter Pratt Institute Beverly Ann Eradshaw, claugh tor of Mr. and Mrs. James F Brad.shaw of Winatcd, formerly o! N.-iutrutuck, has sitcccHisfully passoc her entrance examination;; Pi'att institute, N. Y., where she will Uejfin studying art in Septum her, Spent Weekend With Family William -Halwick. U. S. Army spent the week-end visiting hit p.-u-ents; Mr. and -Mrs,-Leroy \' CLEARANCE \ CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS $1.69 and $1.89 NORWASH Shoe Store EVERY HOME Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION J TO CHOOSE FROM . t | Florals Baby Pictures Nuttings Scenes SM.-M.I. OIC I,/\KOF. — THKY'KK 1IF.RK MIRRORS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS All Our Mirrors Are Pittsburg Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED OR UNFRAMED SO CQ MANY DIFFERENT SIZES O.UJ7 SOMKTHIIVG TO FJIAM10? WJi'l.L DO IT up SWEENEY'S AttT AND STATIONERY STORE p.-u-ents; Mr. ana Airs,-J-oroy -Hulwick of Pleasant View street. He \t stationed at Fort Dix, New .Jersey Local Family At Bantam Lake Mrs. Elmer Sanford and daughter, Justine of Chestnut .street und Mrs. Stephen Luskay and .daughter, Barbara, of. North -Hoadley street are vacationing at liaise for several weeks. Pvt. W. Savmders Visiting Parents Pvt. William 5.iunclers is spentl- inis Keveral. days visiting Jiis parents, Mr., and Mrs. A. .T, Suundei-s ol' Now Haven roail..Pvt. Saundcrs is stationed at tliu Municipal Airport, Nashville, Tenn. Special Meeting Of Legion Auxiliary A fipncal meeting. oC tho Amar- ican Legion auxiliary will be held Wednesday at 8:30 p. m, in.Pyth- on hall.. All int'uiberd arc requested to attend.' Harold MacDonald Home On Visit P. O. Hal-old McDonald, U. S. Navy. .who. is stationed at the- Fleet Post Office, New York city, is spending" a few day..-? at his home on New Haven road.-. Visited Friends In Wbodmoht Mrs. Margaret Brauneis of Brad- Icy street will return this evening" from'Wootlmont whore she-visited friLMids the past few 'daya. . . Captain W. S. Hanson Home For Week-End „• Captain Walter S. Hanson, U. S. Navy, .spent, the week-end .with his family on Central avenue. Around ike world — ci aiorious war reco rd! A.T COOSE BAY, LABRADOR, a Wac helps speed a B-24 on its way to Berlin ... Behind the lines in, Italy, a Wac flashes a message from General Clark to the storm center of battle. "Somewhere" in Neiv Guinea, a Wac speeds mail to the men at the front. In Normandy, India, Australia, Honolulu, England, North Africa, New Caledonia—Wacs are helping our fighting men hasten the hour of victory. Working in highly skilled jobs that require nimble fingers, keen minds, steady nerves. Keeping at the work of war with an inspired spirit. With a red-white-and-blue courage that will know no letdown until the fight is won ... ' Across the seas and around the world—they're making a glorious war record. The Wacs—gallant soldiers of the U. S. Army—the women all America is proud of. Tabulating v/faf front-line statistics Good soldiers... iVOMENS ARM/ CORPS Speeding ma!l t fyr fo/tf-ff/rt FOR FUt.L INFORMATION about the Women'* Army Corp., go to you f ",-• nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station. Or mail th* coupon Moio. fig combat orders ///<? Allied tines - U.S, ARMY RECRUmNG STATION bo live, their training, P«

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