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a* * TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Personal—Social—Fraternal Mildred Weyh Honored Guest At Shower .MIs.H Mildred E. Weyh of Scott strci-t, whn will bocoiuo thi! brldi; of • Mldhipmun Norton A. Xtuiui- jinn on Si-ptembi'i 1 .second, wus finest of honor at u mlnceliimou.i .ihowt-r jjiveii ln.it nl{,'ht ut the home of Mi'M. Tioliert MucFui'lund of Ci'dur utrei-'t. AttundinK wcro: Misses lUiry Knu'fMon. Aritvie <'i n d JVIildrnd .Brown, .\Irn, 'I'. Krudloy .Iio stuff. Mrs. Paulino Grovrr, ill's BrrnlLV Bovn-s, Mrs, Kd. Val (Mitinc. Mrs. Curl \Vvylt, Mrs. I4ob- fi't .MficFurlnnd. Afis.ie.s Rhcu Mowrey, Dorothy /iml Clmrlutti; I'owull. Doris San- dull, I'uurl A<lkins, Hu/.ul Sloan iiiU: Shirluv Walsh. Handy And Decorative Joan P. Oivens Has Party On Eighth Birthday Tin.' eighth birthday of Joan P. Owens wim colobrnted Stiturclny nfti'rmiim with ii pnfty hciil :it her home on \VoOiUer street, The HiK'sts who uttciulod woi'o: il.'iry Juno liurke, -Milton PoUei', J'Yiinciji Morrow. In£n Rivnp. Ar- j»-rii.- find LiOu Kosku, Patricia (,'huvalu. Klaine rind Pi-tor .Uybin- Mki. Lori-aim-. Shirlvy, Kdn.ii, Joan, Howard urul Jiiuniy C'hctpnutn. Also Wilniti. Blanche and I-lernard 1-laap, Joseph tiiul Blanche Heckling" Mrs. Hut Liu Chapman, Mrs. I'Yt'd XV'urU'nbfry. Mars- .Kusko, Kumut'l and Kdith Wood, Mary .Kybinski, Clifford, Trnia and Norman Owens, Lillian Carlson Returns From Chicag-o Alijw f.illian Carlson of Ward streift tins i-i-tunied from Chicago. Jll., whcrt> sin- spent Lho past two •wuuks with her Mister. ,\fr.-<. U'ally j IT the cost and mailing charges. Send 1.1 cents (coin) Tor Pattern Xo. KIS51 to Naugatuclc Daily Xows, Xeedl Arts Dapt., P. O. Box .L7L>, Static nD, Xcw York 3. N. Y. Pleiisu include your postal /.one number. 1851 r.VITKKX >'o. K1S51 Hung near your kitcivn. stove, hi-.-ie three color accents be u.sot'ul a.s ornaments when lot in actual use as potholders. l j citt.i:rn envelope contains hot run transfers for three designs -oloi- chart, stitch illustrations anc nil directions. Our BO-page multicolored book f Noedel Arts containing five true latterns. ancl nxany other sugg ions for dressing up your home ml yourself is nowavaiiable. S^ our request for this book to the ddress listed below, enclosing r'rits (20c.) i:i coins to cov- Mrs. John Hogan Was Hostess At Recent Shower Mrs. John Hogan ot Highland avenue was hostess at a personal shower given Sunday evening 1 at her home in honor of Miss Charlotte Graves of Waterbury, who Is to be married to Elmer Gravuline of Waterbury on Aupust 2-1. Attending- were Mrs. George Dlnffwtll, Mrs. Peter Connelly, Mrs. William Cowling, 'Mrs. Patrick HdKan, Mrs, osoph Byron, Mrs. Joseph Byron, Jr., Mrs. Margaret Stanlon. Mrs. Ann Graves, Mrs, Thomas Hogan, Mrs. Helen Graves, Mrs, Raymond Graves. Mrs. Andrew Healy, Mrs. Thomas Connelly, Mrs. J. Armour, Mrs. James ] Gravolino, Mrs. John Barna, Mrs Andrew ChristolT, Mrs, Chestoi Graves, all of Waterbury. Mrs. James Brennan, Mrs. John Maher, MJ ; S. Margaret Morris,'Mrs, Richard Darkin, Mrs, Daniel Lusk Mrs. Joseph Durkin, Miss vfVgne Gormley, Miss Dorothy Hoyan and -Miss Ceralcline Morris of Nau ttick. Also, Misses Alice May Graveline, Lois DinKwell, Anna Connelly, Murgarc: Hea!y, Ann Danaher, Pauline Patrick, Helen Smith, Alice May Barna, Anne Byron, Pearl Graves, Kathleen Hualy, Evelyn Graves, all of Wutorbury and Mrs, Arthur Anderson of New Britain. A Blouse Wardrobe Mr. Kadexk, formerly of N; tuck, is at present in the Army Air C'orp.i, stationed, at Scott Field, III. Visited Relatives In Monson, Mass. Mrs. J'Ycderiek .Biggin and f-Utlph Scmofii.'ld of Bradley Mi-.-et nave returned from iu visit with .Mrs. Kiggin's daughter, Mrs. George in Mon-sun, Muss. Meeting At Carl Salmonson's Returns From Vacation At Indian Neck Miss Hulc-n Tyn;in, H. '.V.. of Cen- Trcrl avenue, hits returned .from Indian -N'eck., jiranford, where . she hail been vacationing. Th.- btiard of iiU'fn 1 .iil.ht.-r:ir» i truati'i.-.M of tho -luirch will nn-ct tliis iinj.: at rt o'clock at thi.> horrid of Cai-l .Salrnonson, '138 Walnut strenl. Birth Of Daughter Is Announced Mr. ,-itul Mrs. Frank Mariano of J3a!dwin street announce the birth of it, daughter, Elaine Marie, August "ith, in the \Vutorbury hospital. Young People's Society Will Sponsor Corn Roast Aug. 19 The Young People's society of the Hillside- Congregational cTTurch will sponsor .a corn roast Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock on the church grounds. Friends are invited to enjoy the outing with them. • Public Invited To Demonstration Of Canning Wednesday The public is invited to attend a canning demonstration at the olfice of the Connecticut Light und Power company tomorrow afternoon at 2:l, r j o'clock. Squash and tomatoes will bo canned. Local Youth Prank Madden, Jr., 34' Coen Street, Expected Home On Leave Today Franlc Madden, Jr., son or Mr. end Mm. Frank Madden of 3-i Coen street, was commissioned a flight officer »!.• irradiation ceremonies at the Bombardier School in Sa.ni ng'iilo, Texas. The young flight officer was a nembor of the- class of 19-J2 of Dual Flight For Baby And Bombs 1999^ PATTERN 1 -1!)!)9 With good aky high ir, Jeanne CoIJins Resumes Duties In Washington Petty Officer' Jeifnnc Collins of the WAVES. U. S. Navy, has returned to Washington-, D. C.. to resume her duties after spending •i few days with her parents, Mr. md Mri. F. D. Collins of Curtiiis street. OF TRUE DISTINCTION Return From Vacation At Lake George Miss Janet Evon and Miss Helen Sheridan of North Main street have returned J'rom a vacation .spent at Lake George. :jriee these days, you certainly can aave money by jiiakiny a b'oust; .vardrobe for yourself ! Lovely fiow- ei-printed rayon sheers — cool, soft. cottons i.in various colors and ves ari> available at . drcss- ,'oods counters for the fashioning of the three blouses illustrated.' Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1999 s dusiyned for siy.es, 12, !•!, 1C, IS, 0; '10 ;ind -12. Sixc J-l, jabot blouse .'it-h IOHK sleeves, requires 2 1-2 ards of 39-inoh material; pliifn lotue with sliort sleeves; 2' !••( ards; short-sleeved >il:ot blouse, 3-S yards. Heady now — the bra.nd new ABC Pattern Book — {he quickest aid to home sewer_> yet deviccd. it's a complete up-to-the minute catalogue. Price 10 cunts per copy. Order an AEC Pattern Book with a 15 cent pattern for 25 cents, plus 1 cent postage. For this attractive pattern seind _20 cents, plus 1 cent for postufc, 'in" coins with your name, address, pattern number and size wanted lo Barbara Bel!, :N\aucuiucl< Daily News, Post Office Box 90, Station G, New Yuri: 19, N. Y. Whllo U. Grant JonKcn, 2-1, of Kenosha, WIK,, was drop|)iiiK homlw on Uiivao, In the. I'lillippinrs, In firwt U, S. ho ill hi UK Uicrc, the ntork vftis riyiii(f over McroHe, N. M., with a baby for his wlfe^ Mrs. Uilllu •leiiKiin. Xliey have named their danifliler Terr)- Lx->i£>i. (International) . -F. O. FRANK MADDK.V Naugvatuck high school, and 'attended the Cochran-Byran Preparatory .school uL Annapolis, Md. He enlisted in the army July 17. as an aviatio.ni cadet. He received basic training at Greensboro, N. C. He was sent to Michigan State, and later sent to the bombardier school, receiving his wings Saturday. The flight officer is expected to arrive on leave in the borougti some time today. School Board To Have Session Thurs. The school board will have its monthly session at Tuttlc house Thursday u.t 5 p. m., after a week's do!:iy. The del-iy was brought about to .allow all members of the bo.'U'd to he present at this meeting. The main event at the meeting: \vill be the appointmnt of a -j^ow h-lgh school teacher. Elizabeth Maejjon, principal of Centra!- Avenue school, - and Elizabeth Ca_ss, high school librarian, are the two most prominently mentioned as candidates for the job,- ' .Transfers in tho givimniaj* scliool circuit, arc also expected to bu discussed and approved. Routine business, including th« • monthly financial report of the superintenclcat of schools, Harold E. Cliittenden, will .i!so be taken care of. . Pvt Elwood Harper Back From Overseas Mrs. E<iwood S. Harper of 35 Barn'um court, r«:civcd»wor<l from her husband, Pvt. ElwooO S. Harper, today ih.it he ha.s arrived in the United Siatcij and is at present in a hospital i.n, North Carolina. Ho expects to be transferred nearer homp later. Pvt. Harper was overseas 1C or 17 months, having been in'the Africa and Sicily invasion*-. Senate May Favor Relaxation of Sawe Censorship Rules ,Washington,- AUK. Thc Senate may- pa»«.. a : mca*ure lifting- flomc.'of'-lhc cen»or»hlp re-- strjctjons 'on reading mklter for the armed forces- today.":The Senate. privileges. 1 and • election* committee is meeting: this morning: tx> complete -work on the;bill: "Ghiilf- , man Theodore Greeny, of Rhode Island hopes to get the measure on the Senate floor 1 anil 1 M.ye ft puuted immediately. ', "' '. ' : MeanwhiJc, in U}e ; Hpufie,,Repub- lican leaders are expected to, block plan for an immediate , political reorganisation of- the lowcf chamber. The proposal 'has. heftn made by Representative Ed R6we of Ohio, who claims .-the-.Democrat* no longer hold ai'true majority in the House.- Rowe wantu to 'unseat Speaker Sam Rayburn and aiibsti- lutc Republican control.' • ' : ' Today, the 'House is KlaV>d to consider a bill providing for • the disposal of HOmc-,75-billion dollar* wonh of surplus war property. Use of natural gas In -the U. S. in 3943 is estimated at 31000 billion cubic feet, an a)l-tijna record. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS S P E'C I ALM MKS'S SUITS 89 Cleaned and Demothcd t Church, fit. Tobacco Fields In Northampton Damaged by Hail Announces Birth. Of Son, Aug. 13 ertiny i'ruludc is a really captivating pattern—its sh.ifl a lu.-'lruus ribbon o[ silver—its crown two clusters of tv>sc^. p:itio;itly, Lcatitifully carved. Buy iiulivicltial (Jvico settings <;f six jjiuccs, Tlie jiricc is S22.C3 iticjiiditig 1Q% Jedfral lax. This is solid silver of first rank, International Stci'liii'' Silver, Patient In St. Mary's Hospital Edward A. Hanley of 7S Curtiss street is a patient in St. Mary's hospital, Walerbury. Michael*. JIWILIAS . . , SILVIRSMITHS SINCI ttOO 68 BANK STREET CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S SUPPERS $1.69 and $1.89 S2.-IO NORWASH Shoe Store \ Naugatuck Rangers To Date Have Had Very Busy Year The Rangers have had a very busy season so far this summer. They have had in addition to regular duties two maneuvers and two rifle matches. Tho first maneuver on July ISth was attendee! by I_,t. Col. Fox and his staff. After the maneuver the groups assembled at Schildgen's Grove -where P. F. C. Behlmnn, Sr., and staff had prepared a good supply -of hot dogs and hamburgers, beer and birch beer were also served the croup. The second maneuver was held July 30th in the area south of Pond Hill. This maneuver was very ibly handled by Lt. Harting. The two rifle shoots were held on Aug. 6th and Aug. 13th. These .vere held at Beacon Valley range with Lt. Thompson in charge. Sgt. Pichulo acted as range ofllcer with Sift- Valinches, Corp. Vaiois and Corp. Miller acting as instructors. The scores of the shoot held Aug. 13 were as follows: Corp, Valois' team—289. Sgt. Valinches' team—230 Corp. Miller's team—193. Rangers are now planning an overnight maneuver and also more rifle shooting. Anyone interested in'Joinlng the Rangers please note these activities. Next drill tonight ' at 7:30 o'clock at the Tuttle school. P. S. .It seems a shooting feud has started between some of the members, with Lt. ''Hai'tlng- and Lt. Thompson doing most of the feuding. Rangers are also awaiting the return of Capt. Whittemorc. C. S. G,, from Camps Niantic and Devon, ancl are looking forward to some very interesting evenings with Capt. Whittemorc telling of his stay at camp. . Ca?5t. Fred Baker is very busy these'clays planning for something that we- can not tell you about at this time but you can bet your old tin hat it will be good. Watch this .paper for further details. Mr .and Mrs. Franci's Steponaitis of 'IS Lines Hill street announce the birth of a son, Douglas Francis at St. Mary's hospital on Sunday, Aug. :,3. Airs, Stuponaicis is the former May Goilibowslti. Mother and son are both doing line. • Lewis A. Dibble On Iron Industry Advisory Group • Lewis A. Dibble, prominent Naugatuck Tnaniufcieluror and head of j the Risdon Manufacturing Co. and the Eastern Malleable Iron Co., has j been named to tho .Malleable Iron industry ,-ulvisory ccnmittce This committee and a number of others, have been named by the War Production Board to facilitate production in the iron field where now exists one of the bottle necks of American wartime production.. It has beeni indicated that losses in heavy equipment, particularly trucks of four tons- or more, have run to '(,000 units during the second quarter of this year, more than six times the normal production for a year ending during peacetime. Castings and fo'rgings arc used j. for heavy and light trucks, jeeps, ; trailers, wheeled vehicles, tank de- btroyors, tank armor, motor mounts and treads, gu.ni monnts ; and barrels, combat vehicles, engines, Diesel, truck landing craft, tank, mini.r,ig machinery, handing craft, warships, freighters, aircraft, 1-adio and radar, ordnance, signal corps equipment, machinery and gears, locomotives, freight •ijaru, rubber productio.iv machinery •and "construction machinery to give only a partial listing. Northampton. Mass.," Aug. 35— (UP) — Tobacco plantations- in Northampton have been damaged by ycslerdny's hall, high winds, ar.d heavy r.-iinstorms. Total clamngi; was estimator! be- tweun S250.000 rind 5500,000. A violent olectricrti storm in western Massachusetts damaged a score of houses and bar/is. and tore dou-n power and communication lines. Welfare Dept. Report Points (Contir.-ued from Page 1) Monthly ICvjieilsc •April S12.275.1S May '.- 2,511.96 June 3,<M3.92 July 1,366.1-1 S9.497.2C1 This statement is for the purpose of giving a cleacer picture of the financial condition of the welfare department. Appripriutiorv S33.S50.00 Loss expenditures to July 31, JP-!'! S.-VP7.20 52-1,352.80 E.--timaieil Suite Credit for four months 3.200.00 EVERY HOME Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM . Florals Baby Pictures Nuttings Scenes .SMALL OR LARGE — THEY'RE MIRRORS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS AH Our Mirrors Are Pittsburgh Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED OR UNFRAMED . $<] MANY DIFFERENT SIZES ^ SOMETHING TO FRAME? WE'LL DO IT Balnnce, available for balance of year S27.552.SO SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIONERY STORE Risdon Employes Hold Meeting- Thurs. Employes of the Risdon Mfg. Co, j will hold a meeting in Rubber Workers' hall Thursday, The mass meeting climaxes an organization drive at the company by Local 251, Mine, Mill and. Smelter Workers, CIO, Ov'ide Garceau, CIO international representative said this morning. INAUGURATION PLANNED Northfleld, Vt., Aug. 15—(UP)— The new president of Norwich university will be inaugurated formally on October 9th. Dr. Homer L. Dodge became the 18th president of the old military college on Aug. 1st. He succeeded John M. Thom- 1 as who retired in May. As professional pharmacies, CERTIFIED QUALITY DRUGGISTS deal in health—compounding 1 prescriptions with the scientific accuracy demanded "by physicians and selling- a multitude of items which are essential to the well being of men, women and children. This is a responsibility—a trust placed in us by the people of the community in. which we exist, and we discharge this trust faithfully by stocking only. those products which, meet the highest standards of quality. i HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AT THE SIGN OF THE CERTIFIED QUALITY DRUG STORE EMBLEM! v : Naug-atuck's Quality Drug Stores Include: . > Albert Adams Naugatuck Drug Co. 1 No. Main St. Tel. 4288 Donovan's Prescription Pharmacy Edward J. Sodlosky Olson Drug Store 174 Church Street Tel. 3341 Parks Drug Co. 67 Rubber Avenue Tel. 2854 2 Church Street TeL 2680 217 Church Street Tel. 4125 411 North Main St. Tel. 4921

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