Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 19, 1944 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1944 NAUaATU:CK DAILY NEWS Page Three Personal—Social—Fraternal Sengstacken Js Honored By lewis Co. Workers i Mis.-i Povis SenKstacken of .Park i H-HH f,'iiortt-of-honor at a I $ ami hot doK roast held Thursday evening at the cottage of Mr. iin'l Mrs. Jiinu's Swuotiniin at j ilip QuarsapaUR. The affair was sponsored hy (ho Kir-Is of the Blue Room at the Lewis Engineering company. Sinjfintf. danclnu. 'swim- nii'r.;.' an' 1 biKitlnjr were onjoyeel. Atti'iKli'itf were: Mr. and Mrs. Jiiiiii's VwiH'tman ntid family, .Mr. •iiu! Mr.-- Atht'tm Pock ant! fam- 'iv Mi. and Mrs. Matthew Kffcly ,'i:°itl fsiaiily. Mr-'. L. Bacon, M!l- <in'il C. flalvln. Krnest McKoe titul son. l-'.nik'.v. Mary FoRarty, Ruth S:inf«' nt ' Clara Rutynski, Violet Cr.rl. Lois Erlckson, .Doris Sen^- sMCkfn. Sophie Marciszonek. An- Lviinc KiKvio and son. Joseph, ;,.,.;.,' Carlaml. Audrey Cable, Mrs. Mary Malu-r. ./iuiios Bt'i-nniin, H.i- 2t>l Aui'isli, Aunt's Anderson, Jean Hol:ul:i-ri: and Lillian Qulrke. Mr.-Mrs. Lorenson Return From Vacation Local Girl With Air Corps Hospital Overseas Now In England i nd Mrs, David Ix>rc-n.ion turnrd to their homo on sirt'i;: afti'i- a two weeks' 'i spent at Point l>i.;u'h. South l^ymo, nf the P. F. C. John Darby Home On Short Visit p. V. C. John Darby who is station'-'l at l,<jwry Field, Ca!.. is .'pi'iidir,:.' a few days with hi.-i rnoth- i-r, Mr-. O. A. Hair of U;" Central Birth Of Son Is Announced A son, John- Kic:h«rd, was born r:-;d;iy. Aufju-t Us. to Sfft. and Mrs. John Muuro of Central Avr. Mrs, Motn'e is the former Betty \VylonK'. John Mahan Undergoes Operation ' • John Mahan of 3."G .Srotf street, who undi.'i'wont nn operation in St. Fr.-inois hospital, Hartford, \Veil- rv'sd/ty, is improving sntisfnctorily Lieutenant Hlima Ostrom, a nurse with the Air Corpx of tho United States Army, lias arrived in England uncl is stationed at an Air Corps hospital, possibly somewhere on-the English countryside. according to information received by her parents, Police Sergeant and Mrs. Richard F. Ostrom of Fern street. For the past several weeks no word hue! been received of their Aii- Corps nurse daughter by the lucal residents and the tirst letter in finite n period stated that she had arrived safely in -Enplane! and wus ready to K° °n duty at her new station. Lieutenant Ostrom stated tha*. the trip overseas was beautiful, the weather ail the way was lino and the nurse contingent that she was with on the voyage! had very little j discomfort, j The Air Corps nurse stated that lhi- weather in I2nji:lancl was quite chilly, uncl she asked for a number of items that would indicate thru shortuKOs in anything other 'than basics, still exist in England to a K'reat decree, Lieut. Oslrom is a grtiduutc of Xauttatuck hi};h school drifts of U'-lO, and St. Mary's hospital school uf nursing, class of :ty-!3. She enlisted as an air corps nurse in December of last yoar .and has bi.-oii stationed for the past some months at Goldsboroujrh, M. C.. a n d Greensboro. JS'. C., where she volunteered for oversells duty, \ A brother, Richard is in the set- j Mr, and Mrs, Goor^o M. John- vico. also in the Air Corps. i son of New street iMitertainud at The iVaunatuck nurse's overseas j ;i party recently in honor of their riddross is as follows: Lieutenant | daughter, Banclra, who celebrated Birthdays Are Celebrated At Summer Home Xiie - seventh 1 'birtli'day. -.of Howard Thurston, son of Mi. and;Mi'j!'. Janus Thunston, '•• and the" 'jiilnlh birthday of Joan iDunn,- daughtei ot Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Dunn of Culver street, were celebrated Wednesday at a hot dog roast'-held .it the summer 'cottage of'' t!'ie family at-Wilclcmer.e '• were Mrs. . • Jaipes ThurVlpn, Mi-s. Frcem.'in TJiui-slon, Mrs, liawrcncc Dunn, Mrs-.Thorna;i -Ifiitiry,' Mrs, ' John -Tliurstion, Mrs. 'Thomas O'Day, Mrs. William T.hurston. .T o a n, Joi-Jt. 1 , Bdrbara, Sally and (Ellen Thurslon, Maureen, Jack and Joanne Lcary, Pa- trioj.1 find Rosemary Dunn, Pcjt- ;y O'Du.y and Rbbui't and Joan Sullivan. Harold Sanford, Elizabeth Miller To Marry MKUT. JULitlA OSTKOM Sandra Johnson Celebrated First Birthday Wcddinp iiUonUoiTM have been Ciletl by Harold Sanfovd '..of CfiS Nortli .Spring street and Klir.abcth Miller of SIC Prospect street, at tho office of Town Clerk .R: 'J. St. Jolnv. ' • ' ••'•'.' BEACONFALtS Correspondent'* I'honc 4324 Wins Both Battles And Friends •Cpl. John H. Isbell On Furlough mi'mlx.'1'.s of the Army Air Forces in Italy have chosen pretty Anne, Oillls, former .child screen star, • as their "Wallet Girl." Ainu; received--'the Rood, news at- the same tlinn aha learni'cl Unit her nirinnn fliuice, reported missing, hud parachuted to' safety and hnd foeon taken prisoner. (International) Cpl. John H. Isbell, wild is. stn.- j .tioncd at Camp Swift. Texas, is | f\t j , spending a furlough wiUi his par- 1 lllflClPK »* ««'>«' I Kilma Otrom, No. 700070, ::L>-llh Genera! Hospital. A. P, O. fifiliS in CilfO Cit' .Postmaster, N*tfW X. Y. Good Company SPECIAL i MKN'S SUITS lli'vuitifully l^ry C'/i'li'ii'd ii'Kl Ormnthcd.' r ^ C . 300 3 Church St. in Color is as important os harmony in music . . . in 1 00 Color: or A^.ore permit perfect color harmony in ;in in. finite v.iricty o' combinations. S:op in ind lit us tcl! you nboiic Che ATurfih) Color Harmony Pl;in. her tlrst hirthclriy. Sandra received many beautiful York, i f,'il'ts. Those uttuiidin^ .were: Karin I Sicofriiiiul, Lynne Johnson, KoS'ci Anderson, N'uncy Delohory, David Fo.u-arty. Judith Fiermonte, Mrs. Cai'l Skof,'luncl, Mrs. Gustro Johnson. ?*Irs. Eric Anderson, Mrs. T. Delohory, Mrs. Charles Foyarty, Mrs. Daniel Fiermoate. cnts. Mr. n-iul Mrs. Chester bell of Hillside avenue. P. Is- Temperature Report Most Reps. "Tag Along" Baseball Game At Warner's Field Sunday at 2:15 P.M. The St. Michael's Crusaders will play Ihe Amily Boys ol' Now Haven at Warner's field tomorrow. The llrst ball is expected to be pitched at 2:10 p, m. Coach Dom Minnicucci has been working his crow hard the past week .ind .a good battle is in the offing. Condition Fairly Good Tho condition of Mrs. N'oi'man Boi'Knls of Bethany road, who is recyverin^ from an operation, was reported "fairly Rood" by authorities ut St. Mary's hospital. Enjoyed Vacation Mi 1 .'and Mrs. George Lccpor of Wolff avenue enjoyed their annual vacation this week. Attended The weekly bingo parly of St. Michael's church basemen^ attracted another lai'Kr;' crowd last niyht. The Friday' is one of the most, popular events in this vicinity, with many out of town peopie attending. Cone Fishing John Karaban, Albert Rupsis, Shorty Medaj'cski. and Waiter Traver, Jr. 1 , left for Branford this norniiiff for a fishiny vonttire in Jong Island sound. Wash Dress CANS, Inc. MAPLE STEEET TEL. -3507 Given their proper place on your Ititchon towels, I'lippo and Pus- sums hav*> a different way of ro- a:indii]tr you to smile every day of the week. Pattern envelope eon-tains hot- [_ iron transfers for seven designs ' .:ach about ," 1-2 by G inehe«; color chart, .--tilnh illustrations anJ full dirrcticms. Our (jO-paKU multicolored book of Xeodlo -Arts containing five free ;/attcrns. and many otlior SUKKCS- '.ions for dressing up your homo and yourself U- now availruble. Send ytiur i-L*f| for this book to the address listed below, oiiclosinw twenty cent.* (20V.) in coins to cover* cs Tiie Nfiws approached Hod Hermans this mo'rninjr for comment on the change in the weather. The only comment Red hnd was 'B-rrr." And'that was. the way practically everybody felt this morninfr as tho sun failed to send down the hon the borough had been ^cttii'iK las'; \vcelt afr-; 1 earlier this week. "lie tcmperntisrc was !J3 .it €.-!!) n. m. for the lowest point. At 30 a. m, it was 7-1. Midnight 05 3 n. m . r )K 0 a. m. .5-1 9 a. m 71 11 a. m 7S P.O.W/s Use Skill To Fix Arniy Trucks Despite llic fact that IK: has hLs bands fiiil riafchiiiir his- way,,'toward J'aris, 1 A-Ccii. Gfortri- S. Pittton, .»r. (Ol<l HlocMl and Girf.K),:.t«ikc» time out tx) receive/ :be thanks of LAVO j-oimp French children in one of the vlIlaR-es lilxrrutod l>y his Tast-niovinp; armored forces. (Intor- tional) TUOPICAI. STORM Miami, AUR. 19—(UPi—The Miami weathor Jiure.'iu . .says .1 tropicai disturbance now is located about 2G5 miles so;ith of Triijillo, Dominican republic. The storm has been moving westward in the lower Curribbean. CIIfMES IKK .)i;»CE Spi-injilield. Mass. <U PJ—Pro- bale Jud^c John A. jienison complains that the municipal chimes riiiKcr disturbs his divorce hear- in;^ by playins ::Lct Me Call You Sweetheart." O— -O Weather Report __ O w Hampshire, Vermont, Mass- usct'x. Rhode Island and Con- ncctii'Ut—'Fair wotilher and continued moderjttcly cool todiij-, to- nivrlit. and tomorrow. Eastporl to Block Island— No small craft or storm warnings. Fort Sheridan, III. (UP)—Gorman prisoners of war are usinir Springfield, 111. (UP)—James M. lhcir mechanical skill in an auto- Graham, 92, said to be tho oldest j JT , 0 u vc .-epair and maintenance living former conKressman in the United States, is still an active civic leader here, on attorney said, in private, a "thinker." Graham was elected Democratic representative from Illinois in 1900 when Taft was president, and remained in oflice until 1915. "About one-third of the house shop at this Army post, where they work on all types of equipment except combat vehicles, .-iccordinpr to Col. John T. Rhett, post commander. Many of the prisoners v.'Cre drivers for the Afrika Korps, others were mechanics, before thciY nap- lure bv the Allies. A former sheet- \. members are intelligent.' patriotic mol .i| \\-orker docs fender repairs, ro^ Hillside Congregational Jvev. J'aul .\V. PeU-.rson Next Sunday, August 20, our worship service will be ht--Id :u" the St: Micliael's ( Rev. .V E. Lewi* men," he says in expressing . his views on congress. "The other two- thirds jusi tajj alonjj under their hour, eleven a. m. o'clock. the co-t and mailing charfr- ' in a very handsome \v-ay! pretty frock for vacation Send :tl cents (coin) for above pattern numb -J r to Nausatuck 15«ilv News, iN'uf.'dle Arts Dept.. P. O. Box 172, Station D, New York 3, N. Y. Please inciurte your postal zoriR number. In thin cottons, crisp piques and pastel ^inyhams, or.-c ur two of ptinol-front dresses will bolster up any younf,' ffirl's wardrobe lt'.> a after-. Cool \VfOki-nil Boston, Au^r. 19--(UP)— Xow IHti^laiul will have a cool weekend to recover from its tropic heat wave. The weather bin-win predicts continued fa-ir and cool 'weather for today, tonight and tomorrow. In .-uldiiion. the weatherman says tlierc won't be too much humidity. The cool, dry air which followed yesterday'^ rains r c 0 u c o ci tcr.i- puriHuro'i- rapidly, and for several hours l-'.ist nijiht in Boston the thermometer dropped below '10 de- «-rees. after more than a week a!' mid-90-clegre-e tcm^ ratures. Tha '••'ins — rant, r in>.t tnroi.-clioiit New England from one-half to three incho's. havn Rreatiyaidod droupht- worried farmers. Jn Maine, the I s t o r m s complete'.y extinguished j mont of the serioou forest fires 1 rnnpinf; in woodlands in central sections of the irLnte. most sati.sfactory EVERY HOME Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM ''I : Plan yo { i now fall Florals Nuttings Baby Pictures Scenes SM.AI.I. OH LAKGK — TIIKVKK HERE MIRRORS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS All Our Mirrors Are Pittsburg Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED OR UNFRAMED SO MANY DIFFERENT SIZES O^ SOMKTH1NG TO FKAMK? W.ET.r, DO IT noons and ljacl!-to-school Barbara Bell PVittern No. 122G is desig-ned for sixes G, S. 10, .12 and 1-1 yours. Sixc S, short sleeves, re- i qulros 2 3-3 yards of 30-inch mat criiil your fall clothes now! The and winter p.ittoi-n book "Passing in Review" i.--i now ready — contains 32 paKes-of tha top hits iir. clothes the boys in uniform ad- miiia — "Date" l'rocli p .s. street wear spoi1.swcar, clothes to wear on t'hc home front — snappy srliool clothe; for juniors and children:. Price 10 cents, For this pattern, yend 20 cents, in coins, your name, address, pat- torn number ar.:d si'/.o wanted to Earbiira Bell, NaufKUUck Daily News, Post Office Box 99, Station G. Now York 19, N. Y. Coffee drinkers in Louisiana and Mississippi drink two to three times .is much coffee as the average for the U. S. All-Navy Wedding up SWEENEY'S AKT A> STATION'KRV STORE I-IRST STEP IN EASY WALKJNG- He says his days as a legislator were happy ones and that his associations with former House Speaker Champ C.'urk, of Missouri; Fiorello LoGuardia, now mayor of New York and President \Voodrow Wilson were "very pleasant." "Wilson was. a most wonderful !i)a!i," says Graham. "He could anticipate what you wore ^oinpr to say almost before your yourself knew it. * "Its absolutely marvelous," snys G.rahnm. "the way tho war is bcin£ conduoi.od by tho United States. "I am amazed because, ns a rule, re;3i:blics \vi,M-e not made for war. Our novornment was made to take the greatest possible care of the imi is-iiliml," Graham was born in Ireland and cru.-io to this country when he was .10, He studied law in a law olllce and was admitted to the bar. In JSS5 he was appointed to serve on the National Uniform Laws Committee. a. position he held for 20 | years. [n .IfiS!) Graham received a par- ' letter from the Pope appoint- in;.' him a .Knight of St. Gregory. ! n.r, honor onU 1 ;x few Americans JJOSSOSS. White-haired. but erect and a{,'il(\ ho s.'iys his use affects him in only one way. "When you not as old n.s I am. names bejrin to elude you. Some- limns I can't think of men's namos I have known for years." Graham is president of the Civic Lincoln Memorial Gardens Association n,:iri .1 board member of tho Lincoln Library and San^amon County Building and Loan Asssoni-' .-iticj. He als'o maintains a '.aw office which he visits" daily. He has seven children, all li\'in^ except one son: ]1 grandchildren, and IE jroat-prnnd children. and on who was a violin worker t Germany repairs -woodwork on automobile bodies. ] One. -who .speaks and writes ; English, writes work orders both 1 bulletins and serves as interpreter. i in English and German, writes The shop is under the direction of the post automotive officer. Capt. G. L. Eyth. ' U'Jiile at work the prisoners are under the constant supervision o'' two skilled civilians. Two t.rninnd American non-commiV>sjoned olli- ccrs made complete inspections before and after the Germans do their repair work. The post reports that the prisoners' work -seldom is i-cturnod as uns.i l-isfactory, and the shop turned out 75 vehicles in the Jirst J-l (lavs of operation, in addition to minor services such as cleaning carburetors and spark plugs. One of the prisoners asked permission to repair a Held coil for a motor, which was about to bo discarded because the insulation had boon burned from the wires. Consent wasf granted and two days later the coil was aprain in working condition. The prisoner had ona:i) 7 elcd the wire and rewound it. The men work in teams, and team numbers are ' recorded on work orders so that any defects can he traced directly to the man who worked on the defective vehicle. Safety precaution signs in German and English, such as "nicht ranchen" ("no smoking") are huny in the 'shop, and inside the stockroom door is another sijjn which reads: "Visitors will refrain from war comments." The subject of. Uio minister's ser man will bo, "Kepentancc — the Portal of Consecration." We will have the joy of the vocal ministry of .Miss Elbe! J. SaJmonson, a. well known and welcomed soloist with the Hillside peqplc. On Monday evening, August 21. the Deacon • Board will hold o. secial meeting. The mid-week devotional service wi'll be held at S:00 o'clock 0:1 Wednesday evening: Salem Lutheran ana 'S>iiod) K. Fr«ndl)er(j, J.'astor Eleventh Sunday After Trinity. Tho Two Sons Son;, 3 mo The Vineyard (Matt. 21:2S-31) Ushers — Bin-ton i^undin, Fridoif Nelson. Sunday, 0:30 a. m. English sev- vice. Soloist. Mrs. Joseph Noyack. Wednesday. S:SO p. m. Church music board at church. Friday. S:0:1 p. m. Commiitoe on parish education at church. Tho services at St. Michael's church on Sunday, Aug 1 . 20, llth Sunday after Trinity, will be as follows: Celebration of the Holy Communion at 7:30 a.m. Morning- prayer and sermon at 11 &. m. The Rev. Richard W. Baxter of Middlebury will be in charge of the services. 7:30 p. m. Girls' cboiy in choir room. St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran . . Uev. O. II. Bertram SM." a. m. service. • Text: 23 Psalm. Verse 5. Thome: "Our Victory is cd By the Good Shepherd." Sunday, Aufj- 27: service will be omitted. Outdoor service will take place at outing. First Church of Christ Scientist \VATEHBUKY (Corner Holmes .-nid Mitchell Aves.) MANY REFUNDS | Norwash Shoe Store Yeoinun 3-c Glorin Garner, JErie, Pa., cousin of former \ v ice-rre»l- dent John Jv", Curiicr, .is shown with her bridegroom,. Specialist Gunner S-c Georj;e W. Veale, of Cleveland, Ohio. They were married in an-all-Navy ceromoneyin New -Turk city. Gloria hnd to oli- tuiii permission to wear the w««l- cliiijr frown. (liHerniitlomil) American Airmen Continue To Drop Bombs On The Japs (By UnitotI PressV American bombers — operating- on Japan's southern doorway. Two island, in the volcano Kroup. Other allied air units sank a Jap ; iip hvDn.v'ao trulf off the Philip-, pine island of Mindanao, nnd hit enemy bases .south of Hnlmahcra.. And to t.he cast, our troops' have made a new landing on Biak island in Geelvink bay off northern New Guinea. • ' Martforti, Aug. JO—(UP)—Colloc- '"i- nf Tnternal Rever.ue Frank W. Kracmer s.-iys that 50,000 Connecticut taxpayers have received refunds on income tax returns filed in ;vrarch on in-13 incomes totaling- more than two. million About 100,000 more taxpayers in the slate are duo to receive refunds for the same returns. British Gunsig-ht 51;000 Taxpayers Receive Checks- Sunday school, I0:-i5 si. m. Wednesday evening meeting -it S o'clock. ".Mind" will bo the subject of Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, August 20th. The Golden TcNt is from II Corinthians 3:5. "Not that wo ni-e suiliciont of ourselves to think any ihinjr as of ourselves; but our suf- Hciency is of God." Selections from the Bible include the following: "Great is our Lord, and of sreat power: His uncict- stanriin™ is inlinite.'' (Psalm 1-17:51. Correlative passages from the Christian Science textboo k, 1 ••Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following- (p. 143): "If Mind was first chronologically, is lirst potentially, and .must be first eternally, then K' V C to Mind the S'lory, honor, dominion, and power everlastingly due its holy name." Holy Saviour (•polish National Catholic). Kcv. Coviis Kaczorowskl Masses celebrated at S a, m. and 30:30 a. jr.. Ucv. St. Marys i Cathoiic) Thomas M. Griffin The Marscs at St. Mary's church will be celebrated at 7:30, 9:SO and 11 a. m. St. Hedwig-'s (Tolish 'Roman Catholic)... Rc>v. S. F. Xaluwujfc The Masses at St. Hcdwijfa church will be celebrated at 6:30, S, 0:30 and 11 a. m. The regular weekly vesper service will be tt 3 o'clock Sunday .nflernoori. St. Francis' (Koman Catholic) ,). .T. FlU-Konild, raster Nangatuck lletliodist Rev. X. Brudle.y 31 .1. ni. Usual service. Sermon topic, "The Spirit Sent Forth." . Wednesday — Meeting of Woman's society of Christian service ;it home of 'Mrs. Fred Mowrey, 3-1 Kcpkwell avenue. The executive committee will assemble nt -I p. m. with the business mooting: to follow. A pot luck supper will take plaee at C:SO o'clock. n.p- in In- FKty'-one'thousand 'of the proximate 200.000 . taxpayers Connecticut who, upon'filing: come Tax returns last sprinp, discovered the almost unbelievable fact' that the U. S. Treasury owed them money, have received their refund checks totaling: over two million dollars, it was announced today'by Frank W. Kraemor, Col- Uonhliiifr the. efficiency of BrltUlt fig-liter aircraft is .this jryro-jrnn siR-lit, called the Marli'I1D, Fiffht^ er pilots employing- tile' device can open effective fire on hostile Planes while hotli cruft are flylnE over 4(1(1 M. T. M., at uncles of deflection that were |ni|iriic<:icnl)l(> only a few months " buck. (International) Full Gospel Tabernacle Pastors W. G. and liernicc Hunter Rev. John Reinhardt ot W.itcr- bury will conduct the Services tomorrow and will substitute :n all services during tlic illness of tho pas to i'. Immanuel Lutheran Church Rev. Harold r,uca«, Pastor 10:-10 n. m. Church service.- This, is the final Sunday service Until September 30. Masses will be celebrated in St, Francis' church Sunday morning at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. St. Anthony's Prospect, Conn. <Koman Catholic) * Masses will be celebrated at St. Anthony's church in Prospect Sunday morning at S and 10 o'clock. BEACON FALLS United Church., (Uev. Harry K. T'.ioma*, Piuttor) The Evcrymaivs BibV class will meet nt the church at 9:30 o'clock with President -Clayton Dubois- in charge of l.he meeting. Morning hour of worship service will be conducted- nt :0:-!5 o'clock. wir.h Rev. -Harry E. TViosnas; the pastor, officiating: and delivering- the sermon. - - •' In the evening ihe Christian En-" deavor society wjli meet at .the church at St. Michael's (Roman Catholic) Rev. Jerome Cook, The JTasscs lor the parishioners of St. Michael's church- will bo celebrated nt S o'clock,- 9:15 o'clock and 11 o'clock on Sunday morning in the new church on Maple avenue.

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