Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 1, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 1, 1944
Page 3
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1944 i Personal NAUGATUCK DAILYJ NEWS Page Thre« A nna Completes Summer College Course ., HS • Anna Koduv.i of 82 Coon resumed her duties an a "—• nrul Instructor in the Water- Jl!!rt' l> ho.-Plt«l. < u ' tcr comPl 01 '"^' «* ,,.r com-si' at Catholic tin Ivor- jiiii^ . rt f* ji'J'- '*' !_ The University of Havana la okl- .| ian nit but throe U. S. col- , ,,., which are William, and Mary. Harvard and Yale. Return From Vacation At Lake Beseck Mr'and Mrs Kenneth Johnson of New street hnvc returned from a vacation spent at Lake Bcsech, Rock fall, Conn Mr.-Mrs. B. V. Olsoa At Nantucket Island Mr. and Mrs. Eertcl V. Olson of .Park avenue are vacationing -at Nantucket Island, Mass. SCHOOL SUPPLIES L • SCHOOL BAOS • PENCIL CASES • INKS • PADS • PENCILS • DICTIONARIES • FOUNTAIN PENS • ERASERS • SCHOOL WALLETS • PENS COMPOSITION BOOKS — KVKBYTIIING YOU X.ISKI) — Your St;«tloncr SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIONERY STORE James J. Duffy To Marry Lorraine Preece Plans have been completed for the -wedding of James Joseph Duffy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duffy of 07 Meadow street, Lo Miss Lorraine Evelyn P r o c c c, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Walker Freeze of Milford, to take place Tuesday, Sept. 'J, at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's church. Milford. Mrs. Alton Glendon of D.erby will be matron-of-honor and Miss Janet Preece and Miss Betty Duffy, of Naugaluck, will be bridesmaids. Alton Glendon will serve as best man for Mr. Duffy and Dean Preeco and Leslie Lee will usher. A wedding breakfast for the immediate families will be served at the Milford Yacht club after which a.reception will he hold at the Preece home. Josephine Gibino Resumes Teaching Miss Josephine Agnes Gibino of | Coen street recently completed a summer course at the Graduate School of Vale univcdsity and has resumed her duties as a faculty iriembcrfof the Long Lano school in 1 Middlctown, Conn. •i^^^MW^^^^™™""""^^^^^^^^^^^^^-™ 1 " '" • HERE'S HEADLINE NEWS FOR FALL THE HOUND'S TOOTH CHECK LINING^ THE INSIDE BOOK POCKET S THE SIDE VENTS jfr Undor-Grad Clothes for suits, for Toppers, for Sportswear Sizes 32 to 38 Suits and Toppers S25.00 to $35.00 Sport Jackets S17.50 to .$25.00 Slacks S5.95 to $10,95 And for Undcr-Orad's Younger Brother the Same Style Individuality is available in Prep-Grade Clothes, Sizes 12-to 18 the Bonds Boys' ;^ui l\fei;'s Wqnr 60 Bank Street Men's Wear . . . \Vatcrbury * Torringtohl Mrs. Henry Hayden Will Reside In Del. Mrs. Henry Hayden, the former- Miss Isabel Smith oi Gorman street, left today .for Wilmington, Delaware, where she will ,1-eside. Her husband, P. O. 2-C Henry Hayden, is stationed atEdgemoor, Del. x - - '• ' Visited Relatives In Borough Mrs. Margaret .Waterhousc has returned to , her home in Bristol, Conn,, after visiting her sou and dauphtor-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watcrhouse of Pleasant avenue. Margaret Gerber To Join SPARS Miss Margaret. Gerber, a former employe of Iho Synthetic- plant- ot the U. S. Rubber Co;, has returned to nor home in Lewisburg, Pa.,, to await orders to' report for active duly with I he Spars. Returned From Vacation At Cape Cod Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walcrhouse of Pleasant avenue have returned to their home after vacationing at Cape Cod, Mass. Vacationing At Bay View, Milford Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heavens and children, Shirley and Donald of Is'ettlcton avenue arc vacationing at Bay View. Milford. Thanksgiving Dinners For The Soldiers Planned Washington, Sept. 1— (UP)— The War department has bouRht- pvc 1 . 1 one-million pounds of • turkey so American soldiers both here- and abroad will got a real Thanksgiving dinner—with all the fixin's. Civilians will not be deprived of their holiday bird. Peak production will assure more turkey per capita than in pre-war years.- Boys in service camps at home will sit down to a groaning mess table loaded with roast turkey, giblet sauco and dressing, mashed potatoes, string beans, corn, crans- bcrry sauco, celery, olives.' pickles — hot rolls, butter, pumpkin pie— apples. t.T-ng-ei'inus — candy—nuts and co'.'foc. The War department says the tempting menu will be duplicated as nearly as possible in every overseas theater. Turkey is being processed in 12- otince cans for shipment to American prisoners of war in Germany, Similar packages will be prepared for American boys in Japanese crimps, but it is uncertain if they will reach their destination. Delores Suiiton Is Feted At . Dinner-Shower Miss Dclorcs'Button, of Beacon Falls was feted at' a dinner and .shower Thursday evening by .the Ollico employes of the Risdon Manuttcturlr.i,'- Co, The affair was held at the White Ea^c restaurant with, an amateur contest being a feature' of, .the'entertainment.. Miss Lucille Morel was awarded a.pri/.e. The' wedding of Miss Button to Scrgcant'-Charles Gand.-irillas, also ot Beacon /Falls will, take place Labor Day. ' Miss-Nprcne Fralesi served as mistress of. ceremonies.- Attending were: Misses Jane Kullojiry, Sara Emery, Mary Daikus, Kl'ary Hala- sfk. Vircmia and Audrey Fosdick, Betty Soiiwocki, Agnes Gi«ibows- kas . A-lso, Ellen Anderson, Anno Gal-,- Martha Houlihan, Lucille and Mary Curlin, Mrs Charles Follows, 'Mrs. Edward Ena.iTi.ait, Mrs. Robert GrarH, -Mrs. JDdward Larson. Pyt. Sargeant On Furlough Another Member Of PAC In Woonsocket Has Resigned WoonsocUot, R. I.,' Sept. 1—(UP; —A 10th member of the political acLion committee of an Independent Rhode: Island union -has resigned. John W. Gelinas of Woonsocket 'declared that he quil the committee because he believes labor should not mix in politics. He added that his local union also was dissatisfied with the committee's policy. Gelians' resignation cut in half the membership ofM.he Industrial Trades Union P-A-C committee. Meanwhile, the remaining members of the committee issued a statement in- which they denounced those who resigned as "disrupters." Commi linemen asserted that their work of political education would be continued/ At. the-'same time the group denied a ch.-irgu- that they had forced members to vol.e the Democratic ticket'. The nine members who resigned Wednesday said the committee's policies were detrimental to labor. And they claimed that a division was being created between men \v ( ho are free lo vote as they pleased and 'those in the labor movement. Pvt. Elliott Surgoant, U. S. Army Aid Corp, is spendinj; o. furlough with his mother, Mrs. Fred Sar- Keant of Cliff street. Pvt. Sargeant was stationed at Truex Field, Madison, Wis. Cb.ristoforo Columbo Society Meets Tonight A regular meeting of the Christoforo Columbo society will be held this evening ;it S o'clock in their hall.on South Main street. Recent Visitor In New York City Mrs William P. C'JShman of Moore avenue was a rucont visito:- in New York city. Sgt. Thomas O'Connor On 14 Day Furlough Sgt. Tohmas O'Connor, \vho is stationed nt Columbia, S. C.. is spending a 1-1 day furloush with his family on Hig-h slr^ut. BTJY WAR. KONDS AXO STAMIV-* PREEM CXEAA'S and WAXKIS FLOORS Qts. ~y. G«l. G:il. Wi; have just added :in- otlii'r new iti-in to our slock. NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEARY BUILDING Tel. .5212 SFREE j - ri ^ PhoneUs! 01 £° Uon Waterbury Heating Co. ,Z St., Wlliy. 4-G-I78 l.^r>F * *y &&/ f i Th» B»w wld* wtddlat boa< la • •alehlBf ill lor bride an! qrco'^i THE STORE WITH A NATIONAL REPUTATIOH . si!iiir.lny » "I" ^ ' i In Buy War Bonds For Victory One-third of the cement produced in the U. S. comes. .from fou:- counties in Pennyslvania -and one county in New Jersey. • Too Late To'Classify AMERICAN'- couple, no".:jChililn:n. desire 4 room- rbnt; 1 : App!y box "B," Care-of. The News':-.-" "' Success in Peace-time.: Certify Voiir Offici; Skills, yo-wrrk courses of Monday, Tuesday, and Tlmrsday, G p. 111. THE PERRY SCHOOL Official Gregg- School- Brown Bide. .Wiitcrhiir'y FIRST STEP .,:.'.. . IN EASY WALKING- Norwash Shoe Store NOTICE! TO OUB NAUGATUCK STORE CUSTOMERS! : Duo .to w«r" time'conditions, we lire compelled to close our Naii- giituck utore. . • • •' ; - CALL US .- •:•' ' For the day our Route Man will ;l>e on your-street; Free Telephone Service For Xaiieiittick- Customers ; . Call; Enterprise 4.700 Y- SHALETT-LUX Lnunderers—: Dry .Clewicrs • 28 K.. Miiln. St., Wiitorbury ; Main Office &'Plant, .. .22,T ; Wnlnut ' Watcrtown Mlddlebury

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