Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 31, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, August 31, 1944
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1944 NAUOATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Thtee j\\r om en's Activities—Personal & Social I Bott Entertains At got Dog Roast Val ,,,, ,.r(,'rl:iim % d her co-work|,,y >'^, u ' v Tui'Sday ntfjlit nt a corn and roast. "Ti'nts" MunglnV, AKm-s HUB he 8 Delia ";„. und Vivian Liott. _ Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry p-« talk, laugh " or i:ui n""'' 1 sncozo \vith- fulsc teeth slippiiii: <»' wjibblinp. It holds plates firmer comfortably. This pleas- r has no ^uminy. frooey, ,,, U |- tVi-linK. Doesn't N ,.:i. It's :ilk:illtu- (non- Officers Of P. M. Of L. Association Will Be Elected Sept, 12 Officers of tire Past Masters untl r.octuri'rs 1 association of Beacon Valley grunge will he elected for ihe onsuing year tit the meeting tci be held Tuesday, Sept. :12. it is announced by June Saunders. secretary. The meetings are usually held the first Tuesday in tlio month, but this time members will as- :'i.'mb!e on tho second Tuesday. The place will bo announced later. Marion Straw Married To Edw. Krampetz Mrs. Sadie Straw announces Ihc | marriage of iiet 1 -duuKhter, Marlon i E. Straw o£ Middlcbury. to Edward B. Ki-ampets, son of Christian Kranipctz of Aetna street, NauKatueU. The marrlaye Look place in Presque Isle, Maine, where the couple also spent I heir honeymoon. Phyllis Kingsley Entertained At Shower Recently Miss Phyllis Kingsley of Woodruf!' n venue entertained recently at a miscellaneous shower" for Mrs. Kenneth M. Kingsley, the former Anna Narber, whose marriage to ilr. fvingslev took plnce August 2tith. Mrs. W. Stevens Visiting In Bcroug-h Mrs. William Stevens of hi'rtville, N. J.. is spending several days visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Kmery of Fern street. ROSE SHOP OnrliriK Little Fail DRESSES Dainty little numbers that will make R-oing- back to school an i-Nciting event. Colorful pvrralcs. cottons, spuns ami chiimbrays. One and two piece numbers: rleated skirls! : And they all launder lienutiflilly. ST'/F.S 1 to CX $1.39 $9- 93 JUMPER & JERKIN SETS Always a school favorite, Fluids and solid u-tinls. .Ifrkin.s feature the smart new liiittiin down vot effects. Stos 3 In 1C. S2.98 to S5.98 100% ^ V **^^-^~^-^-^~^-^r~~ l •X^'VW'Wn ALL-WOOL SWEATERS All the iinpnliii :irt.l cardigans. in sires ". to 1C, Fall culors. Slip-ons Lonjr or short sleeves $1.98 ,o $3.98 CHILDREN'S SKIRTS Plaids and solid wools. Full and pleated skirts. G'liublmw included. Sizes 1 lo 1C. $1.98 $9.98 * to CHILDREN'S DRESSES Wnolsl Twills! Corduroys! Sizes 3 to 1G a.9S S^. to • GABARDINE COATS A xrlnifil 'must 1 . They're < pliild litu'd and water' ropclleut, Si/cs 3 lo 14. GIRLS' NEW FALL SHOES , 0 Loafers. Moccasin Oxfords! Strap Sliocs! All the newest Fall sCyles and, best of all, at Kose Shop's famous "little prices," ., ROSE SHOP ^ ^^^^•^•^^m^mij^^^i^B^Hi^i^^B'^ 1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^ > 8 " South Main St. Open Tonight Until 9 P. M. Visited With Mr.-Mrs, Donald Kirby Mrs. noy West full rclurncd today to her homo in West Liberty. Iowa, uftci 1 visiting her 1 dauuht.or und t:on-in-la\\' t Mr. Lincl Mcs. 1 £>on- altl .Kirby or 0 Dunn avenue, for a few weeks. Most Of Old Tourist Haunts In Paris jJndania Return From Visit In N. J. Mr. and Mrs. George Emery and daughter, Margaret, have returned from Lamberlville, N. J., where they had been visiting relatives. Trocp 9, Boy Scouts, Meets This Evening- Scoutmaster .Raymond' Anderson of Troop 0, Boy Scouts of America, will resume his weekly meetings this evening nt 7:30 o'clock at the Beacon Valley grange. Lt. John Daikus Home On Furlough Lt. John D.'iiUus, U.S. Army Air Corps, is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daikus of Gorman street. Ho will report back to duty Sept. JO. Important Meeting- Kennedy Circle, D. Cf I. An important meeting of Kennedy Circle. D. of I., will be held this evening at S o'clock in Hibernian hall. All members are re- qii'.'Siod to attend. Paris, Aug. 31—(UP)— American 'tourists familiar with Paris will be glad to huar that almost all of their old haunts are undamaged. The furniture is being dusted off ;\nd new name plates are blossoming out In front of old business pluccs familiar to travelers fur from home At the ollice of the Paris edition of the New York Herald-Tribune, olllcers are getting ready to print the first Parisian edition of the Stars and Stripes. The entire plant was found intact—thanks to the watchful guardianship of Mudnme Rene Brasier, pre-war business manager of the Paris edition. And the American Red Cross is moving into the American Express building where so innny travelers made their arrangements in years of peace. The Express building bears marks of its. Nazi tenants. However the windows are still plastered with Pc'tain posters exhorting French youth !.o follow Vichy's nationalist ideology. The Hotel Crillon shows many scars of last week's lighting, but on the entrance there's a freshly lettered sign saying. "Guaranty Trust Company of New York." World War A Year Ago August 31,1943 Russian' ti-oops recapture nearly •100 towns arid push to within 50 miles oC Smolensk; here they also storm dttfunse center ot Yelnyo; to the south, they advance nearly •10 miles to cut the Eryunak-Sumy railroad. • In Washington, President Roosc- 'velt tells his press conference that plans for a tripartite conference with Russia are going along pret- 'ty. well. 1 ' In the Mediterranean, Allied •fliers pound railway lines in Ituly : ; meet some opposition ovrir Aversa (in "the Naples, urea) but bag 27 enemy; fighters. British RAF bombs Berlin heavily. In the South Pacific, Allied bombers raid airfields nt Wewak; M out of '60 Japanese fiyhtcrs are damaged or destroyed. "Y" Undergoes Plumbing Check • General plumbing in the Nun- gatuclc Y. M. C. A. building is being checked before the "Y" fall :ind winter program is planned and put. into operation. The swimming pool is undergoing n cleaning treatment, and refuse is being removed from the filter leading inlo the pool, it was reported this morning. Postmen Drop 10-3 Tussle To CYO In 8 Innings St. Francis 1 CYO defeated the Post Odlce softlmll ten. last night in n. closely fought ball game for seven innings. In the overtime, the youngsters piled up seven runs to trounce eventually the mailmen, 10-3. Detail, alas and alack, as far as the winncra are concerned, in aadly Jacking, but the federal employes «loat with pleasure this afternoon, us their lack of prowoBu and the extent of their • incapability remains u. secret. J'OPE SPEAKS TOMORROW NOTICE! TO OUR NAUGATUCK STOHE CUSTOMERS! Duo to wnr time conditions,' we uro compelled to clone our Nau- tuck store. CAIX US For the day our Koutc Man will ho on your street. Free Telephone Service ITor N Customers Call Enterprise 4700 SHAiETTLUX Uuunderers — Dry CIcanerH "28 E. Main St., Waterbury Main Office '& Plant, 22 Walnut St. Ext. Wulertown — iNii MJildlebury ' Valican City, Aug. 3]—(UP)— Vatican authorities have announced that the Pope has completed the manuscript of his worldwide address to be broadcast tomorrow. The Pontiff's message to all nations will be given on the fifth anniversary of ihe beginning of the present war. • uira ! IVf RV| !M TOMMY AND Ml* fAUOUt /V/ W ' 3» //V7/|>V GAY 90 'REVUE BUY WAK BONDS AND STAMPS SCHOOL SUPPLIES • SCHOOL BAGS • PENCIL CASES • INKS • PADS • PENCILS • COMPOSITION BOOKS — EVERYTHING YOU NEED — • DICTIONARIES • FOUNTAIN PENS • ERASERS • SCHOOL WALLETS • PENS Your Stationer SWEENEY'S STORE Visited Relatives . , In Borough • John, Frank and Peter Kinney hnve returned co their home in Waterbury after spending a few days with their cousins, Ronald and Lauren Lengyei of Homestead a veruie. r^r4^t*rff+r+~*ff*r+f+~r**r*rf++ff+* J FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKiNG- OTHER STYLES \ *5 TO *650 \ * Luxor t&o Nor wash Shoe Store Education for Profit Courses fur Secretary, Accountant, Typist, Comptometer and Machines. AlM'ly 1 '" or Tr;l " Term Now THE PERRY SCHOOL llrown JJlilg. Wntnrbnry FJI.LKIJ BUNS anil - COFFEK CAKKS CITY BAKERY - 171 Maple Street TKL. 3678 , in Color is as important at harmony In music... Murphy Paints in TOO Colors or More permit perfect color harmony in an Jn- finite variety of combinations. Stop in tnd let us tell you about the Murphy Color Harmony Plan. CANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET TEL. 3507 IJUV WAK BONUS AND STAMl'S Fashions That Major On Any Campus! All the things that are so right for your school wardrobe are right here in Breen's Sport Shop. Youthful dresses, jaunty coats, smart . suits, treasure chest sweaters aiid-*kirts . .. these are clothes with the high eye cues- destined to make you a fashion major on any campus. Choose now from our. outstanding collection of college and high'school favorites. SUITS S19.50 to $45.00 V DRESSES $7.95' to $45.00 J SKIRTS .. $2.95 to §10.95 j SWEATERS , $3.95 to $8.95 j SLIPS .,.$1.95 to $3.95 • .-By Barbi/.on, GorcttC, Mary Bnrron _—_— : . :———• J HANDBAGS - .$3.95 to $12.00 | HOSIERY . ........ .. . . . .49c to $1.29 I • \ COSTUME JEWELRY $1.00 to $20.00 I PANT Y : GIRDLES AND OTHER INTIMATE ACCESSORIES J OF COURSE - : • J ' BREEN'S SPORT SHOP NAUGATUCK, CONN. NEARY BUILDING

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