Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 23, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, August 23, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1944 NAtJGATUOK DAILY NEWS,: Personal—Social—Fraternal pns- mU the In".' Double-Ring Ceremony Used At Lannon Wedding The double-ring ceremony was ti.ied at the wedding Mond.-iy 01 Miss Jenn V Hunter, daughto.r ol Mr. and Mrs. Andrew V, .HuiiU'i of Cluwes Terrnce, U'atcrbury, to 5-Stt. William K. Linuion, son of Mr. nnd Mr.s. Walter l,iinnon of *s'niiK:ituci<. s<gt. iJinnou Is ,-r<itlon cd lit I'ort Dlx, X. J, Rev. Dr. John C. \VnlUer, toi- of the Second Congrpga church, Waterbury, united couple in marriage .'it C p. in. Kscorted to the altar by fiitticr who gave her iiv marriage the bri<le wore a gown of white- net nnd tnflVtn fashioned with three-quarter length sleeves and n sweethenrt neckline. Her ['Ingor- tip veil fell from a Juliet cap studded with seed pearls and an iirrhid marked the white Rainbow .Kihle which she carried. As her sister's only attendant. Miss Ada K. Hunter was Downed In aqun.- mni-ine taffeta with a gold Juliet cap and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. C'hmles .Simpson of Sinisbury, brothei'-in-law of the bridegroom, served as best man. Only members of the families nnd intimate friends were present «t the reception held at the Hunter home where Mrs. Hunter re- ciMvrd in a politico hlue pawn with navy ami chartreuse accessories imd a corsage of Sweetheart roses, Mrs, Charles Simpson, the bridegroom's sister wor» a green print yown with navy accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. S-Sg:. and Mrs. Lnnnon departed Inter in the evening for a wedding trip to New York nnd Atlantic- City, the bride traveling; in a green dress with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. She will reside wilh her parents when the hrirteirroom returns to his pnst. Su't, I.antum is an alumnus of th" .Vitugatiick high school and his britlo was graduated from I,e:ivi-nwortl\ high school, Wator- luu-y. "Solid" For Schoodays I'ATTIOK.V ,,Vo. .K2M-I Crusader Post Auxiliary Meets Thursday The I.;iflios' Aiixilmry of Cru- .•iiulcr 1'osl. V.I-'.U'.. will meet tomorrow ev.-nii'.i; at 8 o'clock at. the |iris( ioom.1 'in .Kuhlipr avenue. Mildred Grrumman Hospital Patient Mis* MlldrciVCruniman .or Rockwell uvcniio. who sill'IVrod ,M frtic- fun- (if her loft shoulder recently, is :i patient in the \V;iterbury ho.t- I'ital. 1" o r "back-to-school-smartness," this tricky outfit offers- a. nifty poodle-trimmed bolero and a cute little pillbox hat with a Dutch cap variation if preferred. Pattern envelope contains hot- iron transfers for the designs shown, plus full directions for making pillbox hat and bolero in size.-i 1'-', 1-1 and Jij. Our (iO-pagc multicolored book of Xcedle Arts containing five free patterns, nnd many other suggestions for dressing up your home and yourself is now available. Send you:- request for this book to the address listed below, en closing twenty cents (20c.) in coins to cover the cost and Betty Hackett Honored Guest At Shower Mrs. Howard Hackett of l[,7 Hoadley street was hostess at a miscellaneous shower held last nifht ut her home in- honor' of Miss Betty Hackett of Spring street, who will be 'married on September 30 to Leonard McGrath of Walorbury. Those present were Mrs. Charles Fogarly, Sr., Mrs. Charles Fo£T- urty,, Jr., Mrs. George Waite, Sr., Mrs. Frank Waite, Mrs, Joseph Dolan, Mrs. Raymond Howard, Mrs, George Waite, Jr., Mrs, Frederick -Bcaruslcy. Also, Mrs. Francis Scully, 'Mrs. William McDermott, Mrs. John. Cm-roll, Mrs, Caroline. Eelohery, Mr.s Edwin Melbourne, Mrs. Robert Brinckcrhoff, Mrs. Michael Stokes, Mrs. Henry Minor, Mrs. D. Michael Smith, Mrs. Edward Sodlosky, Mrs. Tracy Erecn. Mrs." John Linskoy, Mrs. Clarence Fruin, Mrs. John Hackett, Misses Vivien Miner, Jean Hackett, Virginia Scully, Helenc Mc- Dcrmott and Patsy Dolan. For Boys And Girls Ccckies Will Be Shipped To Servicemen On Sunday A. shipment of cookies and let- ers for servicemen at the Luthi-an Service Center, Aver, Mass., '•ill be prepared and sent from the alem Lutheran church next Sun- ay, August 27. The committee which consists f the following;, will meet at •! m. Carlton Nelson, G, P. Po- erson, Arthur Parson, Henry ohnson, Gottfrid Siequisl, Jr", nd Carl Skojfhind. Not All The Riviera Landings Were Easy •~~ - - , ••+••* i v „*•.- '^~™/«#*!S5«s*?' t - . -*«•• *: 'S*£f^^>£-g£Z?*''4 1* -_u. _. . « jf\ i . -T L" J .»i-*' .-••'.,• • ' • ^ Page Threr as legislative pay Increase*, a* proponed in nix states, were approved by three «tM.c>, Oregon, Mlwouri and Maryland — in the November 3942 general election*. .'.. A number of points In south France «'<>r<: taken .with little trouble l>y Allied troops, but Home others were pretty -hot for a time. This was one of the tough spots. American medical eorpxmcn and. MP'it afe pictured as they sprawled on the sand waiting for uKxuuIt troops to blast the defending Nazis a short distance inlund out of their path. This is nn official U. S. Slgnall Corps Rudiophoto. (International Sound-;'••.. .. photo) Send '11 cents fcoin) for Pattern No. R2.M-I to Xaufrntuck Daily Ni-v.T. Xeedlo Arts Dept., 1 D . 6. L'-ox IT:.', Station O, New York 3, N .Y. Please include your postal /.one number. Stella Yackcwski Entertaining- Guest Miss Stella Yackowski of Ward srrt't-t has Mis.s Irene Machonis of Ashley. Pa,, as her guest fur .several days. Outing- Committee Is Entertained At Hot Dog- Roast A hot-dog roast was held at High Rock park .Monday evening for the 75 members of the committee who were in charge of the annual family outing of the U. S. Kubbor company, held August 13 at Linden park. PATTERN' 1091 E. S. Cieslewski Promoted To Tech-Sgt. -Mr. and Mrs. B, Cieslcwski of Melbourne Court havi; received word from their son, E. S. Cies- vski. that ho was promoted to technical sergeant. Tech.' Sfrt. Cieslewski luis been in the U. S. Marines for two years and is 'stationed at Cherry Point. N. C. A brother-and-sister summer play ensemble wh-ich.... is_ pretty, completely practical and very easy to make. Choose washable cottons in stripes, checks, plaids., or,-.pastel shades for "best" wear. Barbara Bell Pattern No.. 1091 is designed for sizes 2, 3, -I, &' and ij years. Si'/.c. 3, 'dress, requires 1 1-1 yards of 39-inch material; boy's suit, 1 1-1 yards; blousci for either, 1 yard. Ready now—the brand new ABC Pattern Book—the quiokoiK. aid to home sewers yet devised. It's a complete up-to-the-minute. ,cain_- logue. Price .10 cents per copy. Order an ABC Pattern Book with a 20 cent pattern for 30 cehts, plus 1 cent postage. For this pattern, send 20 cents, in coins, your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara Bell, Naufc'atuck Pajly .News. Post Office Box 99, Station G. New York 19, N. y. .AS FEATURED IN VOGUO Returned From Vacation In R, I. Ends Vacation At Annisquam, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andersen of Jj'Rirview avenue have returned from Quonochontaug, n. I., where they had been vacationing- with Iheir cirni^'hters. Patricia, Barbara, and Thelma, and Mrs. E. A. Andersen. Guests Of Relatives In New Jersey Mi-, and Mrs. Georprc Emery and daughter Margaret of Fern street are visiting relatives in Lambcrl- ville. New Jersey. Visiting- Friends In Oxford Mrs. Joseph Hnrnns nnd children, Helen and Joseph of Good- yen i 1 avenue arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Rocco Salinnrdi of Oxford. Mins Irene L. Squires of Mcad- i ow • street has returned to her i duties as secretary of the Nauga- I tuck Chamber of Commerce after | vacationing at Anniaquam, Mass. Mr.-Mrs. M. Anderson • Returned From Bantam Mr. and Mr.s. Mai-tin Anderson of Church street have returned from a vacation at Bantam Lake. Japs On Marshal Islands May Be Doomed To Stagnate (By United Press) The hold-out Jap garrisons in the Marshalls seem condemned to stagnate on their by-passed islands--until the end of the war. They are apparently doomed to disappointment if they hope to die for the emperor in .1 suicide charge against American landing parties. For the Navy says these islands in the Marshalls are not worth the trouble of ui.kjng. We do not need the bases for operational purposes. There :iro four Marshal! atolls still in enemy hands—and novice American pilots ftet their first battle experience in daily "milk runs" over them. But far to the west—Yank airmen arc conducting an entirely different type of air campaign. They are systematically smashing Halmahere Island in the volcanos into a mass of rubble. The attacks are following t.he same pro-invasion pattern designed by Goneru.1 MacArthur for the reduction of tho northern New Guinea coast. After Sunday's devastating blow at -Halmahcra—Allied bombers returned Monday to planter the stronghold with 130 tons of explosives. They ripped up an airdrome, supply dumps, and gtm positions—SOL Rreat fires ana explosions—and destroyed or damaged clg-Jit grounded Jap planes. Couple Files Marriage Intentions Francis Brcwstcr, of Bridgeport, now in the U. S. Army, and' Ellen O'Donnel) of 7G Cherry street, filed wedding intentions at the office of the town clerk, Janet Evon, tho town clerk's assistant, announced this morning-. Russians Gain In New Drives Against Nazis AWARDED SILVER STAU Recent Visitor At Bay View Miss Sabina Suchenski of Spring street w.'is visiting recently at Bay View, Milford. Wilh tho Fifth Army, Italy, A up. 23 — ( U P) — A FoJ) River,' Mass., j sergeant h.-is boon awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action on the Fifth Armv "front in Italy. Sergeant Alfred "Grcenberg squad in the famous SOth "Cxjgter" infantry division. He reorganized his leadcrless squad' and loci it in an attack through heavy German artillery fire. (By United Press) Two Russian armies have punched out'gains of up to 43 miles in the first three days of new drives across the Bessarabian and Mol- davian plains. 'hoy knifed to -within 70 miles or less of the Gaiati Gap—doorway to Bucharest and the Plocsti oil fields. The offensive is designed to shove Romania out of the war— and deprive Germany of her last major source of oil. The biggest prize of the new thrust is las:—Romania's second largest city—which fell to the second and third Ukrainian armies .yesterday. A Soviet communique says massive Russian artillery bombardments lore wide gaps in lasi's fortifications. Red Army tanks, infantrymen and self-propelled guns then pouiX'tl into, the openings. Russian shock troops assaulted the German trenches and slaugh tered hundreds of Nazis in fero cious hand-to-hand combat. The Soviets also isolated the Bossarabian capita! of Chisinau More than 350 other localities were taken and 37,000 Nazis killed or captured. Front reports say the third Russian Army has broken completely through the German hedgehog defenses guarding the Gaiati Gap. Jt crossed a river 'to cut a 19-mi!c stretch of a strategic railway— the .last lateral line- between the Dnestr and the Danub"e estuaries. Farther north—General Zakha- rov's Soviet troops scored new ;:ains in their push across the southern approaches to East Prussia. They took a. town nine miles southeast of the important enemy stronghold of Lomza. The British radio says General Heir.h:irdt—commander of remnants of tho German third Pan/er army now based in East Prussia — issued an order warning his soldiers "thiit they arc no longer in Russia, and must stop looting and murdering:." From Bulgaria comes word that prospects for an early armistice between the Balkan kingdom and the western Allies are waning. Peace hopes faded in the face ot a demand by Foreign 'Minister Draganov that Bulgaria be allowed 10 retain Thrace. The province was stolen from Gi'cecc early in the war. IF you've stopped at the COMMODORE you hov* l*orn*d thai Tt«* Commodor* it conv*ni*nHy clot* to oil »h'» principal center* of bullnou, shopping, omujerrwnf and cig Pvt. Rynecki Now Reported Safe Pvt. Stephen P.ynccki, 22, who was previously iistcd as missing in action, was reported safe, according- to word received "by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Eyn- eclci, of -M9 North Main street. The local soldier in letters to the family >iere indicated thai he had been in plenty of action on tiie Italian front. He was reported missing July 13. t Prior to his entrance in the Army, he was Risdon Co. He 2-! months. employed by the has been overseas IF you haven't all the mora roaton to find out how much tint* ana 1 ' trouble you *av« through TJ»« Commodoro's central location • which it unnVoll«d in New York City. ( PLEASC mak«' rcivrrattont well in advanco; canc*l'un- wanted room* promptly and chocfc out as oarly as pottibb on your departure day*. 2,000 larg*, tomfwtabU, reomi, all wirti privir* m THI lommoooRE 'N*w York's l*it touted MASTIN SWEENY. Pr*>u ••w* GREATER SEKVICE ymir clothes whon they ined rejrulnrly hy our ; verliincn. Prompt scrv- ] e. - . D. LIEBERMAN j 20 CHURCH STREET ', EVERY HOME Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM Florals Baby Pictures Nuttings Scenes S.M.-ILI. On r,ARGE — THEY'RE HERE MIRRORS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS AH Our Mirrors Are Pittsburg- Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED OR UNFRAMED $ MANY DIFFERENT SIZES SOMETHING TO FRAME? WET.*. DO IT up I SWEENEY'S ART AXD STATIONERY Lt. William Holmberg- Completes Leave Ueut. William Mo'.mberg, who has been spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holmborg of Sweeney street, will leave today to resume his duties. Espotabs Returned Prom Marblehead. Mass. Miss M-iritm J. Kceffc of Park place recently returned i.-om Mar- blchead, Mass., where she -had been vacationing. Shea Family . At Bantam Lake Mrs. Carlton She'a and sons, Carl tor. and Richard, of Quinn St., and Miss AM da Anderson ,of Church street are vacationing- at. Bjintam I/ake, Florence Yenches On Vacation FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING- Miss.Florence Yenches of Aetna place, who is an employe 'at Ihe Lewis Engineering -Co., "is enjoying her' annual vacation. Have a Coca-Cola=Let's work refreshed OTM« STYLES $ 5To*6so Vacationed Recently . In New Hampshire Mi«s Bornice Nea.l of Hig-h street has returned recently from a vacation at Hampton Beach,- Ne\ Hampshire. rjrrititi( mu 'j/U'il I'jr r.///.' Fashion siiys lit'p folrirs i:rt lu'ifc as smart JS r»ie, antl r.TT/\ C/IViVt'5 brhig* you ihit iriter[rrt't t itiott of thr tieir look. A hdiidjontcty fjitorcd suit l romjijii'ion roat'in ''tt'.IWt'KN". a /(''"/> irn]iorie:l tt'i/o! hy AI/ffON WOOLEN, icilb itri&injf braid trim. .tyjn /run! tritl>-!i/\KL-(i'f>. •'•< lujrcetlj trit/i lil.iek, antique ft:, fiit.'eriirrrf it-it li black. Shfl 0 lo 17 llt iei U> to Id. S39.98 I Norwash Shoe Store >r^*«* PARENTS Your chiughter will need spc- clullxcd training to hold a good position after tlln «-nr. >"o«- IN the time to get It, New classes n Secrrturinl, Bookkeeping nnd Office Machine coursos liog \\'i'il., Sn|>t.'C, Get Free Bulletin. POST JUNIOR COKLEGE Returned From Vacation In Maine Chester Randall and daughter Dorothy, have returned from Ken nybunk Beach, Maine, where the;, were vacationing 1 . ' • Girls' Choir Meets ; . Thursday Evening- The Girls' Choir of St: Michael's Episcopal church will meet Thursday evening- .at 7:30. o:clock >( ii3 v Uic' choir room.. '-'.-'• -.'•'•'"' 11KWARD TO CANINK VETS Fresno, Cal—(UP)—-Fresno's- 20' World War II canine veterans will'- 'ind the folks back home didn't. 'or/ret. them while they were out Jattlins the. Axis'. The.'y^ council ins voted to award free'licenses to •xll dogs honorably discharged from the Army. / ... or a helping hand on the farm Helping to feed America means long hours in the EeIds /;. endless tasks to perform. All the more. welcome, then, is the friendly pause for an ice-cold Coca-Cola. Have a "Coke", says a farm companion, and it means Let's work refreshed. In country home or city dwelling, frosty bottles of-"Coke"- belong in the icebox. Across America, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,— a symbol of kindly hospitality. • OTUED UNDER AUTHOKITY .OF THE COCA-COtA COMPANY »T COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATERBURY tt't natural for popular name* to acquire friendly abbreviation*. That'a why you hear Coca-Cola called "Coke". > G1744 Th* C-C Co.. I

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