Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 22, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, August 22, 1944
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1944 "NAUOATUCK DAILY NEWS +++++<F++++t *+'++++++'++-f-4 Personal—Social—Fraternal Jean V. Hunter, Walter Lannon, Wed Monday Miss Jean V. Hunter, eliiughter p f Mr. line! Mra. Andrew V. J [muter "f Clowes terrace, Wutcrbury, M-II.H nwrrietl to Stuff Sgt. William E, Uinncm i>r Andrew mountain. Xnuc.'ilucU, Monday, August 21, at ,', ji. in. i» tht> Second Congrega- tinniil rluirrh. Watcrbury. SK'.. Uinncm Is stationed Ht Fort Dix. N. J- Rev. Claude Welch Will Substitute For Rev, T. B. Long-staff Hov, T. Bradley T.ongKtaff, pns-' tor of the local Methodist church, will li'tivr Saturday, August 2C to <i:tfnd tho Chrlsitlnti Aclven- iiiri 1 Camp under the tiusplcos ot the Ni'W York Kiist Conference' Roiii'd uf Education and to bo held nt Cnmp Curtis 8, Rend, Long J'nnd. Miihopnc. N, Y. Ho wll', bo (iw.'iy "no week. Rev. Clitudc Welch, nt present Htuflying (it the Yale Divinity nctiool. will conduct the 111 :i, m. ni-i-vlci- (it the church next Sunday. Shower Given Last Night For Eleanor Smith Mrs, William Wood and Miss Ann Weaving- were hostesses at » miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss ]Slusi.nor Smith, of May street given last night" at the home of Mrs. Wood of Tolles srjuare. Attending were: Mrs. Lottie Williams. Miss Ann Wood, Mrs, Mrs. H. Taylor To Be Organist At Plymouth Church Mrs. Harry Taylor of Plymouth, who has served as organist at the Naugatuck Methodist church for tho past ten years, will preside for the last time Sunday, August Mrs. Taylor is resigning to take Helen Lawlor. Mrs. Mary Brotlomv n position as organist in the Ply- Visitcd Husband At Norfolk, Va, Mr.-. Stanley Laguna haw re. turned t» her home on May av- t'tiut. 1 after spending a month visiting hi'i- husband, Stanley La- ititnii. Bakor --C. of the U. S. Navy. Ho is stationed at Norfolk, Virginia. Mrs. Marjorte Sheehan, Irene Smythu, Dorothy Brodeur, Mrs. Edwnrel Honyotski, Mrs. John Fleming, Minnie Smythe, Mrs.. Bernard Smith, lilrs. Mary Ashmore, Mario Wood. Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. Nellie Dillon, May Hankey, reno Stinson. Ruth Wood, Barbara Smith, Mrs, Rita O''Ncil, Ldrraine \Ynving. Adule Kie'.b, Mrs. William Wood. Mrs. John Sloan and Miss Ann J. Weaving. m o u t h Congregational church, starting her duties there September third. Golden Gleaners Meet With Mrs. Bair Leahy-Fitzgerald Wedding Thursday In St. Francis Church Mrs. E. Chappas Entertains On Ba by's Birthday Mrs. Charles Chappas, Jr.',- of 111 Carroll street entertained Monday afternoon in' honor of ,..the. '.first birthday of her daughter,, Sharon E$tello. , •• . . i .' The guests at the party ^included: Bobby Stinson 1 , -Betty .Jcun Hanlcoy, John, O'Toole, Beverly Barna, Judy Hankey, Susun Bradley, Billy Ashmorc, Jimmy Bradley, Linda Pcrriei-n.. Also Shirley Carn, Lois Mancini, Estellc While, ..Mrs. Ruby Ashmore, Miss Edwina White, Mrs. Earl Hankey, Mrs. Fred Ash- moru, Mrs. Theresa Perreira,, James Cantor and Miss Ruth Wood. Page Three. Air Bases On Texas Cbast Are Evacuated Because Of Storm Houston,' Texas, Aug., 22—(UP)— •Army air buses, along- the Texas coast were evacuated today »s a severe tropical storm blew .inlano from the Gulf of Mexico between Brownsville and Corpus. Christi. The full'force of the storm is expected to hit the coast late this afternoon. AJth.ough the winds arc close to 50 miles an hour, it is not' believed the gale will reach hurricane force. However. ,a full-scale hurricane with winds of 75 miles per hour H expected 'to hit Mexico's Yucatan peninsula sometime today, Transportation .on the island of Jamaica .'•• was disrupted -Sunday night and Monday as a result of the storm. • • Russian Envoy At Big-4 Meeting The all-day meeting of the Golden Gleaners of Beacon Valley Grange will be held tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Lucy Balr, Beacon Valley road. President Mrs. Emma Moecke will preside at the business meet Ing which will start at 10:30 a. m Lunch will bu served at noon. The wedding of Miss Gcnevlcve) Ann Fitzgerald, daughter of John! TnVi-n F. Fitzgerald of 153 Park avc- i „"' nuc, to Edward W, Leahy, son of Engineer School Mrs. Edward J. Leahy of 117 Weth- crsfield avenue. Hartford, will take) place Thursday at 9 a. m, In St. Francis church. Rev. Albert Taylor will perform the marriage ceremony. Spent Week-End At Cedarland Park Miss Celia Crowe of Highlanc 'ivenuo spent the week-end at hei cottage at Ccclarland park, South- bu'ry. W, S. C. S. Meets At Mrs. Fred Mowrey's . There will be a meeting of tho Womens' Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church~at the home of Mrs. Fred Mowrey, S'l Rockwell avenue, tomorrow. The executive committee -will assemble at -i p. m.,' with the business meeting to follow, A pot luck supper will take place at 5;30 o'clock. In case of rain, the meeting will be held in the church hall. Members arc asked to bring dishes and silver for their family. John Malone, U. S. Navy, has been promoted ,to Fireman, 2-C. and .ib now at Basic 'Engineer School nt. Culfport. Miss. He is the Mrs. Ivy Malone of May son of street, Mrs. A. Dun- In Erie, Penn, Mrs, Armstrong Dun- of Sweeney street is vacationing for several weeks in Eric, 'Pennsvl ylvania. Police to Clamp Down On Motorists Naugatuck police will clamp clown on parking violations in the downtown area, especially on double-parking, which has incroasc'd considerably of late. This practice is especially dangerous, police h-late, near a crosswalk, as the pedestrian, crossing the street, cannot very readily ascertain ;ip.. preaching cars. Double parking, police declare, also endangers cars at the curb, ready to pull out, as the driver is unable to see traffic approaching from his rear, and a serious accident might occur. Natives Of The West Indies Are Coming To ConiL Hartford, Aug. 22—CUT?)—The slate War Manpower CommJmfon s.-iys West ^Indies natives n I ready arc cominp jnto Connecticut to work in' war plants. The WMC has authorized importation of the natives of Barbados lo work as heavy • laborers in vital jobs—especially in foundries and forge shops. v . . Although the number of worker* now in the state is not revealed— the WMC soys man natives arc signed up to work in Watcrbury, New Haven, and Meridcn. Soviet amli;iss:i<for to the U. *S. and chairman of tho Russian 1 delegation to thu postwar security conference, Andrei 'A. Groniyko in irreijt«<l on his arrival in Washington, I). C., by Undersecretary of State and chairman of the U. S. delegation, Edward SteUlniiis, ,Ir. (International) Speeding on Rubber avenue, Cherry and Elm streets has also been noticed, and the police will start a, campaign to-curb the unnecessary speeding. Naugatuck motorists are asked to cooperate, and in this way avoid appearing in court. COW IIAS TIUl'l-ETS Roseau. Minn. (UP)—A cow owned by Mrs. Elsie Foley has borr.a seven calves in two and one- half years. The latest offspring arc triplets. All of ihn, seven c.iJvcs are living and of normal size. FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING- Norwash Shoe Store i Returns From Vacation At Twin Lakes Mrs. street -akos ionint,' of Hartford. John Millw.-ird of Walnut has returned from Twin where phe had been vacn- with her daughter, Grace, Visited With Mother In Borough Mrs. Albert Erickson and daughter, Patricia Kathleen, have returned to their home in Pnuls- boro, N. J,, after visiting Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. K W. Swcn- ston of Highland avenue. Birth Of Daughter. Is\ Announced Mr. and of Beacon birth of a August 35, Watcrbury, Mrs, Thomas Walker Fal.'s. announce the- daughter, Judith Ann. in St. Mary's hospital, "There's something about ac Patient At i St. Mary's Hospital { Miss Francos J. Lewis of Rock- •' well avenue, is a patient at Si. ' Mary's hospital. She expects to re-i turn home in several days. ! Make Miru your wucldinp silver lias per- enduring Lcauly. There :is somcilimg about really fun: Sterling lliat gives your liomc « kind of dignity arid diarjinler, and [iiimiaiioiuil Sterling is tmmijliikalily really fine Sterling. Most MX.jiicci: pLi'.T i-L-liii^.-j cu.-t los than twenty-five flnlliirj. including lax. Slop in loi'uty ;md Ic.-l us show yuii ihu iiKiny bc;nilifiil jjullorns from \s'liich to choose. . . . JUViaSMITHJ SINCI 68 8ANK STREET Vacationed At Qucnochontaug, R. I. Mr. and Mrs, S. I. Lyons and daughter, Elizabeth, of Park avenue, have returned from Quonochontaug, P.. I,, where they ha been vacationing. EVERY HOME Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM Red Men Meet Thursday Evening Nn.ti.itue, Tribe, No. 20. I. O. R M., will meet Thursday evening a 8 o'clock in Pythian hall. All mem bcrs arc requested lo be present. Special Meeting S. Of U. Veterans, Aug. 23 A special meeting of Isbell camp, Sons of Union Veterans, will be held tomorrow evening at S o'clock in.V. F. W. hall on ".Rubber avenue. Church Music Board Meets Wednesday A meeting of .the music hoard ot he held Wednesday, August 23, at the Salpm Lutheran church, will 8 p, m. at the church. Florals SMAI.I, OK Baby Pictures Scenes — TIIKY'IJI-: IIKKE J MIRRORS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY Mid-Week Service At Hillside Church i'i-IERE'S something about a Wac ... With her. fresh, cool poise, her air of .quic; confidence.' Her gallantry and her spirit. Her way of getting things done, quickly and without fuss. . Her pride in her vital Army job. And in the Women's Army Corps ... There's, something about a Wac that makes you want to stand up and cheer! The way the soldiers did- 1 —when the Wacs came down the gangplank in Australia. The way Generals do—with cables that say: "Send more Wacs.'" Receiving radio messages from combat planes Recording the return of wounded men Good soldiers... BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS All Our Mirrors Are Pittsburg- Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED OR UNFRAMED SO MANY DIFFERENT SIZES O. SOMETHING TO FRAME; WKXT, no IT up SWEENEY'S ART ANT> STATIOXKRY STORE The mid-week devotional service of the Hillside Congregational church will be held tomorrow evening at S o'clock. SPORTS EDITOR DIES Lawrence.. Mass., Aug. . 22—(UP —The sports editor of the Law rence Eagle-Tribune is dead" of heart disease at his home. William P. Peters died Inst midnigh^ He was employed by the newspaper for tHe past 38 years. He was official scorer for the old New Enp- Ian5' Baseball league when he was a member. Peters leaves a wife, Margaret, and a son, Corporal 'William P. Peters, Jr. GREATER SERVICE ; from your clothox whon thc.r ] i arc cleaned regularly by our | J expert workmen. Prompt serv- ] i| C D.LIEBERMAN j 20 CHURCH STREET ARM/ CORPS *• FOR FULL INFOKMATION about the Women'* Army Corp*, go to yotir ntarctt U.S. Army Recruiting Station. Or mail the coupon btlou. Mwtng up to new posts ^ fafiindtht front I I «** I

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