Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 17, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, August 17, 1944
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1944 Personal , NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Thfte Social Mrs. Ethel Weber Elected Pres. Of Legion Auxiliary The American Lopion auxiliary held nomination and election of officers las-t nlpilit at their mcct- inc In Pythian hall. Mrs. Kthol Weber was elffi'ted president, Mrs. Mao' Van Vlan- dren, first vice-president; Mrs. Catherine Dcsrnond. second vice- presldcr.t; Mls-M Anna Noldc, treasurer; >trs. Hazel Gunnoud, oliap- lalri; Mrs. KaChcrlnc Radcliffe. liistoritin; Mrs. Ethel Simmons, scrp:eant-nt-virm.-», and Mrs, Mautle Lewis, assistant sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Kazanjian Is Hostess At Shower Undergoes Operation In St. Mary's Hospital Mrs. Edward Fitztrerald of Aetna .ttrrot is a patient in St. Mary's hospital. WatPrbury, where she underwent an emorgnncy operation Tucsdiiy ni},"ht. Former Residents Visited In Borough Mrs. Annie Baxter and daughter. Miss Cnllsta Baxter of TorrlnRton, former Naujratuck residents, visited relatives In town Tuesday. Church Music Board Meets August 23 The Music Board of the Salem Lutheran chutvh will meet Wednesday, Au.irust 23, at 8 p. m. at the church. Mrs. Harold G. Kazanjian of Nct- tleton avenue waa 'hostess at a miscellaneous shower Riven recently at her home In honor of Miss Mildred Wcyh who will be married to Midshipman Norton A, Kazanjian on Sept, 2nd. The greats wno attended were: Mrs. Oar! Wey.h, Mrs. Larry Ka- ranjian, Mrs. Lawrence Wcyh, Mrs. Luther Kuy.anjlaru, Mrs. Kazar Ta- toian, Mrs. Henry Keshian, Mrs. Georpre Earonian, Mrs. John Kn- /.anjian, Mrs. M. Kallejian, Mrs. Aram Barsumian. Mrs. Taft Mar- dirossian. Miss Grace Kuxanjian, Miss Hormina Barsumian, Miss Eli/.abetli Tcrzkin, Miss Guldane Keshian, Miss Arlene Kcshia.'!, and Mis?. Ai-menia Saiafian, of Yonkers, New York. Relatives Visiting- Mr. And Mrs. John Cox Val. R. Cox and Mrs. Ehnore VV'chle of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, are visiting Mr. ared Mrs. John Cox of 100 Galpin street for three weeks. They arc brother and s ter of John Cox and liad not seen him for 30 years until this visit. Capt. T. Stackpole Visited With Friends Ciipt. Theodore Stackpole, a former locaj resident, has returned to Baltimore. Md.. jiftur visiting with friends in town. CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS $1.69 and $1.89 NOR WASH Shoe Store *f+*+++f1* Mrs. James McKenna's Mother Dies In,Perm.,. : Mr. and Mrs. James McKonna oC North Main street: have' left for Wllliamsport. Pa., whore they were called due to the death 6r.Mrs. Mc- Kcnna's mother,' M~rs. Jacob Flfch- infrcr, who had been .confined to her bed for sornc time. Mi;a; Ellck- inger wns 78 years, old and was the mother of two sons and three daughters. • . ^ . , .' Edward A'. Hanley At' St. Francis Hospital" f\ •'-'' ' T ' Rcorder Outing Corn Roast Edward A. Hanloy -of Curtlss street is a patient in St. Francis hospital, Hartford, instead of 'St il's hospital, as announced previously. • .... Vacationing; At Pond Point Mi-, and Mrs. William Woll- of Millvillc avenue an 1 , vacationing at l D ond Point, Miltord. . PATTERN No. K1830 Dress up your favorite chair-with this picturesque filet crochet act. Pattern envelope contains two filet-crochet diagrams of ctisy-to- ooc dat-in-sfluare melhod; nJso full directions. * Our GO-pape multicolored book of Xced'.e -Arts containing five free pattern 1 ;:, rind many other suggestions for tli-essing up your home and yourself is no\vava.ilnble. Send your request for this book to the address listed below, enclosing twenty cents (20c.) in coins to cover the cost and mailing Send H cents (coir.) for Pat- ; tern No. R1S3G to NauRatuck Daily | News. Kocdlo Arts Dept., P.O. Box | 172, Station, D. Xcw York 3, N. Y. Please include your postal zone number. Henry W- Pope, Jr., Spending .Furlough Here . Aviation Cadet Henry W. Pope, Jr., who is stationed at Lancaster, Cal.. is spending ,1 furlough with his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Pope, of 361 High street. Brief Sun Clothes ANOTHER NEW LINE Has Been Added to the Gorgeous Array Already Available ForNaugatuck Women Exclusive at BREEN'S SPORT SHOP COSMETIC DEPARTMENT * Other Primrose \ 4 House I Products Here Include: take 3 minute In LOOK 1011! LOUT! BATH SALTS j . . % SOAPS ! For busy women with whom war work comes first these days DEODORANTS HAND LOTIONS, Etc. LIP STICK ROUGE CHIFFON COLOGNE ', famous New York hcanty salon, suggests tin's simple 3-ininntc m;ikcup for dry or normal skin. First, cleanse with Chiffon Cleansing Cream. Jtemovc. IN'ext, apply Kosc Petal Foundation Lotion for a smooth, satiny powder base. (Particularly good for dry, rough or chapped skin.) Then, apply Chiffon Face Powder, a dull soft finish that clings for hours, and color stays true! (Your choice of shade that flatter? your Bkiu) Huu.Hp CJiifTon ariHmj; Cru'iiin,?!. 51,73 Ecoimniy sizo t $3. f! Htmso Hono Petal FouiuLiiton Lotion 1205 \l4-44 Chiffon Knee Powder |1 Economy size |3 BREEN'S SPORT SHOP There /tre more rintlon/iily fJimoust linen of cosmetics available here than at any other single store in America,- Watch our future advertisements on these delightful products. NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. PATTEKN 1933 Be free and pay in the H clothes you wear ->- acquire a tan in prcttiness and-''comfort! The smart sun-T>ack dro»s with matching- "cover up'" bolero is top*> in looks. Sci, if perfect' for. mid-summer wear about the' house, ty<5. Barbara Bell Pattern ' No.- 1983 IK designed in fiixc^ 10, 12, 14, 10, IS and 20. Size 12, dress, requires 2 7-S yards o£ 39-inch-.-material; bolero, 1 l-'l yards. ' Ready now—t-hc brdnd new"ABC Pattern Book—.the quickest aid to home sewers, yet. devised. It's a complete up-to-the-minute' c : ata- lop.ue. Price 10 can.ts per -copy, Order an ABC Pattern. Book'-; with H. IS cent pattern Cor 25 cents;! plus 1 cent postage. ' y' ' •' ' For this attractive pattern'send 20 cents in coins with your name, fuldress, pattern, num'bcf and si?.e- wanted lo Barbara Bell, Naupa^ tuck Daily Mews, Post Office-'Box 90,'Station G, New York 19,' Jf. Y. Author Finds [fatchez. Miss., Mbst Lovely ' : J Buffalo, (UP)—James P.-.Welsh, luthor and world traveler, believes Nfitchc?.. Miss., .is the most.'beau-' iful city-in the'Unltcd States:. ' The lecturer, writer and radio innouncor, who is known, us the OTO Traveler," pointed 'Alt' on a 'iait here .'that Natchez .- residents- ocall the days when -Gen. U. S. rant kept his CJnion^forces from helling- the community for fear oC cstroyinpr its beauty.. .-••.-' ' • Welch; who says Amorlcans; are ilind to the glory of -their r'.own ountr'y. asserts'nc would rather ravel In the United States tlia' ny foreign land. ?•.:"•;'•' ; '•;'.•': "Within our shores we have a aradise, yet few people realize it," e declared. "The United States- is acked with' plory, adventure; romance, love of God and freedom.". He termed Louisiana .the . most "fantastic" state in the Union 1 ."There, many old.,customs,".: unchanged-by the passirifj 1 "ot'\ thd years, still/prevail," he .said.,^ ; Ihspc.ctinfr the NiaKara.' Frontier, the author pointed out that'people from all' 1 over the world''. cohre to view the Niagara Fills?" VBift to those who live ri^h't here', wh'at is it? Just another -rriiracle- ' of- nn- ture"'. ^ •• —':•' .; • pounds of peas to about 15 pounds in a. 10-hour" process. Products of the .numerous Vic to£yrfOar<lens Worked- ^'" s y c <"' b eniployeos- of.the-' Bristol Company wllJ7fea.ture'-'thc['°iQG'nu 'or the'but- in(f.£ai*:c6rn''ro«i«t^ sponsored ; by thc/.Recordjer Club which will take place-5-Tuesday evonlrig, Aujj. 29th at 5.'- o'clock 1 at the Bristol Company,-, recreation • fteld In . Platts MH.IK-.:- ... -.-"-. .-.. : B. : ;CIaytoni Skelly, chairman, of the/Jclub's entartainment committee, -16 arrangririp.. the . event and wilKtye ably a'(«?.lsted by the mem- bors,.or his group. The 1 outing will be -tor members of tile Recorder Club~'only and a nominal, charge willvbc made. Refreshment will be served. ' • Svea Lo'dg-e Will Meei Tonight A;meeting of 'Svea Lodge, No. 21, O. of V;, will be held this eve- rilrig'-at'8 o'clock'in'Pythian hall. Oscar T. Anderson, president, will preside. Ail- members are urged to be present. • " Entertaining' Guests At Her Home Miss Mary Ann Moon of Westport,- Pa., and Mi«s Ann Hughes of : Woonaocket, R. I., are the guests of Miss Patricia Sanders of Central avenue. Repairs To Be Fountain On Green Warden'• Leo J. 'Brophy an- nounced'today that repairs will be made %f> the. drinking fountain on the Green ,and .it also was Jrfdicat- ed that some method will be formulated for. the cleaning of the fountain.""' ••'.•-. '•'•"• ''- : ' : '"-- . •' • -• •'•''•" It wag indicated by Warden Brophy that-the pointing of The atones that make up-the,.lountalri," Is glv- ng away, allowing water to »ecp through the fountain", at the back and also 'onto' th* walk abo'ut the drinking place. The drinking fountain is B very jopular spot these days', hundreds ing- advantage.of the opporlun- ty' for. a cool drink there when hey arc about the center streets >r when starting up. the steep hllU in the west side of the borough. Weather Report Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island 'rid" Cohriecifcuf— partly " cloudy vith little change in .temperature onight. : . Tomorrow considerable loudfhesa ' with thundcrshowers nd becoming much cooler by late fternoon and. night, Eastport to Block Island — No mail craft or stbrm warnings. PERSONNEL BRDUCTION Newport; K. I., Aug.' 17—(UP)— The. Navy announces a huge pcr- onncl reduction at the Naval Toredo' Station' in Newport resulting •om American successes against bo Japanese. Officials explained that about hree thousand workers will be re- ascd beginning October .1st. artment— Clearance Entire Summer Stock Of DRESSES While They Last 75*NEW SUMMER PINAFORES Regularly Sold For $3.98 • REDUCED TO BETTER SHOP DRESSES Summer Dresses, formerly $10.98 to $12.95 REDUCED TO In Groups: Sizes 9 to 15 10 to 20 38 to 44 ;.. MAIN !*I>OPR IJV WATEUBURY'. .'. IT'S r.OKBAIN'E'S FOH VALUES EVERY Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM . Florals Baby Pictures ••:•.' f' '.• . ... Nuttings Scenes SMALL OB LARGE — THEY'RE HERE MIRRdRS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY , -•; BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS ; : All Our Mirrors Are Pittsbury Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED;-OR UNFRAMED ; $Q KQ MANY DIFFERENT SIZES ........ ^l**** U p J , • . . SOMETHING TO FJRA.ME? WE'LL DO IT SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIONER*' Church Picnk Is Just after being decorated with the. Silver. SUtr far (rall;mtr.v in fighting off a number of Nazi pia>ic» over Germany dCKpltc hi» severe wounds,. S-Sgt. Wilbcrt Schulz,. New York city, I* also rewarded with a kiss by his wife, June. Tho.prcMCiitution was mnd<> nt the England General hospital in, Atlantic City, X. J. (International) . . . - • Sunday, Aug. 27th It was announced.' today.- lh*t (.he annual picnic' and outing of 31. PauTjg Ev4tn#elic«.) L u. B h e r ajn church ,will be held, on Sunday, August 27th, instead of next Sun- a ady as had been originally planned. The event will" be' ihcld at Raytlc- wlch's farm, and plan's' *ro- : heliwt made for an attendance of approximately 50 at the outing. Fred Hermonat Is chairman; of lie committee of arrangements • for .he outing, asKtetcd by Mrs. Krn- c-st Voland' and. Miss Martha. • Mar- inkat. ' ',''•' Rev. O. H. -Bertram, pastor of Lhc church, announced today that here will' be services as usunl icx\. Sunday) but "on the day of the uling 1 , morning services -will be mittcd but an outdoor service will be held at 12:30'o'clock.. , BUY WAR BOXDS AND STAMPS SPECIAL MEX'S SCITS Beautifully Dry Cleaned and Dcmothed DEBITS 89. 100 Church St. WATERBURY U 1 So. Main St. N 45 W. Main St. 3TACGATCCK 156 Church St. 21MAIN ST. Genuine r «| Thermos Bottle ^ I - 09 With McUl Cup | Pint Six* : WRISLEY FLORAL SOAPS Box of t ANTISEPTIC -SOOTHING GREASELCSS Nail Clippers FEET HURT? GET RELIEF! | New Super-Soft DR.SCHOLL'S ZINO-PADS />-' V/;«/A Foot Comfoti W»*k Combination SALE Gillttt* "Tech" Rmor S Gill»ll« Blu* Blmdft Tub* GillcM* Shav* Cr*»m ALL FOR WHILE THEY LAST! Rectal Soreness Get M*li*f N«w lacy Way — Sit In Comfort' rrolnrmon KcctAl ii & <juick, 4«I>cndfebl» reliever of itthinv, pujnful rectal vorcncM -symBtomii fhleh Buy »l«o »e«>mDiin» oilr» and hfmorrhoidi. Brinfi •MUiinf itnie ot comfort upon .contact, formi pro- xetinc film »rrt «OT« irn. h«r« dtttrej Infection* (trm>. aid Nanirc heal up raw, cvrnken tii>u««.' Ko oil *- no rreaic to atain :loth!n|t. Sold on money b»c)c ruanntM 3ft this, modern rtlitf tod«7 . . • »k fol PROLARMON RECTAL MIGHTY MIDGET CIGARETTE LIGHTERS litrate of -Qu«ntity Limit** Conklin Fountain Peir Mennen Baby Oil Formir SI» Jt ei ?|,79 OLD SPICE Toilet $•§ 00 Water I' a-WAYXrOMFORTFOR "drtadtd dayt" ••ll»v«t CRAMPS , /«»«* "WRIOOIC" WAOACHt /_€ yd HUES ,/WATl «Z£ TRtJUR • BATH POWDER Flot.l Odot« ,

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