Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 24, 1944 · Page 3
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August 24, 1944

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 24,, 1944 Personal rth. ;m '. ft ntlo ••Id '«ll> on. Storting Today-Thursday Choice of Any Summer Dress In -stock . .. . for values as hiph as $16.95 ii , . . wo have included every bettor dress in stock. You will find many larger size dresses. MAIN FLOOR IN \V.\TKKIJUIJY . . . IT'S l.ORK.MNi; FO1I VAI-UKS flla nn ins 1 -Armstrong 52 BANK STREET OVERSTOCKED SALE 1,000 Pairs of Black and Brown Pumps and Oxfords—Formerly $4 9 5 to NOW ONLY $^95 to $£95 We have too many shoes. We have reduced prices so as to reduce our stock. ALL SHOES FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK SEE OUR SOUTH WINDOW MANNING-ARMSTRONG 52 BANK STREET Back the Attack — Buy Bonds Buy War Bonds For Victory Genevieve Fitzgerald Is Bride Of Edward Leahy Lt; 0. J. Bucchieri Home For Week-End Rev. Ablert Taylor officiated at the wedding- this morning at 9 o'clock in St. Francis 1 church, when Miss Gcncviovc Ann Fitz- daughter of John F. Fitz- of 103 Park avenue and Llio lite Snrrih O'Brien Fltzg-cruid, bo- urne the bride ot Edward William Leahy, son of Mrs. Edward J. Leahy, and the late Edward J. Leahy of 1J.7 WcthersfielU avenue, J-Iartford. Miss Sally Fitxjrerald attended hur .sister as maid-oJ'-honor and velvet hat with accessories to match were worn by the maid-of- honor. She carried an oldrfush- ioned nosegay. The bride's aunt, Mrs, Milton Gulvln, wore an orchid crepe dress and purple accessories. Her corsage was .composed of,, yellow roses and gladioli. An ensemble in R. A, F, blue was worn by the bridegroom 1 ;; mother, with a gurdcttiR corsage. A reception was held at th'e home ol' Mrs. Galvin, 115 Bradley street. Out-of-town guests' were- present from Hurtfoi-d, Spring-field, Holyoke, Mass., Bristol,. East Lieut. C, J. Bucchieri, A. N. 'C., who Is serving at the Gushing Gcii,- e r i.i 1 hospital in Massachusetts, spent the week-end with her mother, • Mrs. Filoincna Marinaccio of ,130 CUM street. She entered the service Nov. 17, 1943. -Two ; sons . of Mrs. Murinaccio, William and' Michael, are at pres- Lt.-Mrs. Garrick Honored Guests At Lawn Party Mrs. Johin Cooper Visiting-. Her Aunt •Urs.'. John Cooper ''and children of .Philadelphia., Penri,, are . the guests of Mr.s. Cooper's ,-iuin, Miss Theresa. 33. Daly of OVlc street. ent in France with the armed forces, v. Michael was r e c c n t.l y awarded the Good Conduct medal Haven, VVoslflcJd, Waterbuiy, Now Haven, Bridgeport, New London, Hnmden, Now York city, Washing-ton, D. C., and Windsor Locks. For traveling- ,on their wedding- trip to New York cily, the bride wore a purple velvet, two piece suit with accesosries to match. The couple will 'leave later for San Francisco, Cal., ' 'where they will reside. The bride is a graduate of Na>- Katuclt, high/school and the bridegroom was graduated from' Weaver high -school and Hartford Trade school. Card Party Friday At Millville Library . The ^Millvillc Library nssocia- 'tion. is sponsoring a card party tomorrow evening- at 8:30 o'clock in the lihrnry. hall. Bridge, pinochle and setback will be played and there will be prizes and refreshments.- The library will be open at 3 p, m. lor the exchange of books. Margaret Gilbert On Vacation Return From Vacation At Cape Cod, Mass, Miss Margaret Gilbert of Golden Hill street is spending her vacation at Wi'.demero beach, Milford. Miss Gilbert is employed as a clerk in the loe.il street department. Ad<litio.n;i] Soci;i] ;im ; ! Pcr.soi!:i I T to ins <"m 'P.'iy'ft S. ' Lieut. Donald Gai-rick, U. 3. N. R., and Mrs. Garriclc of Waterbury" were guests of honor at a lawn party held recently at the home of Lt Garrick's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Garriek, Sr., of High street. After a 23-day leave, Lt. Carrick expects to return to duty in. the South Pacific. Attending tljc party were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Phcroux and Lorraine Pheroux of W.'iterbury, M:-. u.ml Mr.s. Martin Garrick, Sr., Mr, und Mrs. Martin Garrick, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Brud- rihaw ond Tommie and Carol Erad- shuw, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J'. GnrricrS, 1 Jane, Bernard Jr., and Maureen Carrick. Also, Ecv. Thomas G.-irrick of Norwich, Mr. and Mrs. Norv:jl E. Turner and son Tommie, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Garrick anil daughter, Marcia, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J, Sweeney, Stephen, Jr., and .Ellen Sweeney, Misses Marie and Elizabeth Kenney. Mr.-Mrs. H. Pliskin Vacationed In N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Harry PHskin of High street, recently returned from a vacation to the Catsklll mountairis, New York. Three _;-'!' Local Young Man Engaged To Derby Girl MY. and Mrs. Pasqurilc Gaudio of 14 Smith atrcct, Derby, • announce the engagement of their d.iURhtcr. Miss MargralaiA Gaudio, to Pvt. Mi- chai?I7G"argoni. son of Joseph G.-ir- goni of 172 Maple street, Naugatuck. Mo 'date has been set for the wedding. Pvt. Gargoni, who,recently returned from two • years overseas will report to Caup Butner, N. C., ?or reassignment on completion ol his 21-da.y furlough. " BCY WAR HO.VnS AKO STAMPS Visiting In New York City Miss Anna Lynch of Walnut stroiil is visiting in New York city. SCHOOL SUPPLIES • .'SCHOOL BA&S • PENCIL CASES • INKS ' • PADS • PENCILS • DICTIONARIES • FOUNTAIN PENS • ERASERS • SCHOOL WALLETS • PENS COMPOSITION BOOHS — EVERYTHING YOU NKKO — Your St-ilionor SWEENEY'S AUT AND STATIONERY STORE Homy, Chambe.-iand of Hnr'tford served as best man for Mr, J_cahy. 1'ho ushers were John F. Fif/.goi'- ald, Jr.. brother of the bride, and Joseph English of Wostriel'd, Mass., cousin of the .bridegroom, Mrs. Albertir.u O'Donr.oll of \Va- U'rbury pri.-sldt'd al the organ, and William J. Doyle of Hartford was soloist. The bride's father escorted her to the altar u-hich was prettily decorated with gludioli and palms. She was attired in a I'uschin cropo street length dress with side drape rind I'uschia Breton sailor of Bag- herra. She worn her mother's pearls and carried her mother's prayer book with an orchid attached. A gray jersey street length dross I with side drape and an W blue ' Misses Kathlutn, Adeline and Barbara Kelly ot Highland avenue with Mrs. Agnes Kullcy and children of 3Ve\ir York, have returned I'rom ,a vacation at Cape Cod, Mass. :' STOCK UPNOWPSAVE/ Return From Vacation ' ; At Bay View Mr. and Mrs. James Heavens and da-jghtci', Joy, of Dunn avenue, have returned from a two weeks' vacation spent at Bay View Milford. Helen Passeck Undergoes Operation Miss .Helen Passeck of Beacon FalJ.s is a patient in Si. Mary's hospital, Watcrbury, where she under, went an operation for appendicitis yesterday. Eleanor E. Smith Married To Sgt. John S. Weaving Miss Eleanor Elizabeth Smi-.h daught(M' of Mr. and .'-'Irs. I-lunr. J. Smith of -17 May su.or.t, a:u 5>gt. John S. \Veaving, KUH uf Jo.'n U'uaving of CtirroM Mi-eel, \vei- married \Vcdnesciay morning ;tt ' o'clock in St. Francis u:uirc:i b.\ .Rev. Albert Taylor in a doubl< ring ceremony. Mrs. Francis O'Xoil, a Cousin the bridi', was matron o!' honor and Miss Jeanne Smith, the briile^ sister, and Miss Lorraine \Veav. ir.g, sister of the bridegroom served as bridesmaids. The best man was Donald Weaving, .the groom's brother, and. William Smith and Donald Fleming, brother :inj cousin of the bride, respectively, ushered. -Miss Frances Higgins played the nuptial music and the soioisl was Jo.'m Burl:e, The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a while faille taf- feUi gou-n stylud with high oval ninon yoice edged with French lace, a long torso fitted bodice, More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here is ••' ploasanl. way lo over- oos<- plato discomfort. FASTEETH, n improved powder, sprinkled on ippor and lower plates holds them irmer so that they feel morn com- ortable. No gummy,-gooey, pasty nste or feeling. It's alkalim- ' non- cicl). Does not soul'. Checks "plate oclqr" < d e r. t u r e breath). Get FASTEETH today at any drug store. full skirt ' and . long train. Her finger-lip voi!-of silk illusion was edged with dainty French lace [ and fell from • a coronet of seed, pearls and net. Slic carried a shower bouquet of white roses and | stcphanotis. '• : 'Mrs, O'IS'ei', was attired in -a shell pink gown designed with ninon yoke trimmed with ruching. three-quarter length sleeves, long torso bodice and full skirt of ninon. For a headdress', she wore •a pink and silver flowered tiara with shoulder length veil. Happy Days roses composed her arm bou- fjuet. Blue gowns fashioned with satin bodices, three - quarter length sleeves and fu!l ninon skirts with satin bows in space formations .vere worn by the bridesmaids. Blue and silver flowered tiaras wii.h shoulder length veils completed their costumes. They car- -icd HapUu'o roses. The bride's mother wore a blue crepe dross, brown accessories and corsage of gardenias. Miss Ann Veaving, aunt of the bridegroom, vore a dress of brown «nd aqua rope with a corsage oC gladioli. A reception was huld at.the Hop 3rook club. Guests from Water-' "bury, Seymour, Is'ew Haven, Wa- tcrviile and Naugatuck attended. On their unannounced wedding trip, the bride traveled in a green suit, and brown accessories, wi~ih an orchid corsage. Sgt. Weaving will return to Puerto Rico on completion of hiis furlough. IS YOUR SKIN DRY ROUGH DRAWN? j ANK ST IMPARTS SOFT SMOOTH FINISH TO SKIN 6O/ Jar NOW 4^C If II I C ON CONTACT IVILL9 FUNGI OF ATHLETE'S FOOT MURINE for Your EYES-/ 60c Size 49? Uss No: 2—dc-HciOuri; mlnty- sfstfi or powder crc.itr'i by t\ neiutjt 'or clranins hn7i!-ir,-bryt<jn tpclh—hw Good Zlousok-ccpinc Scni. f ODE NT JFSTE POWDER.-Qw si. oo lh« pain of cornf. 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