Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 5, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, September 5, 1944
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1944 NEWS Page Thr«« Personal Social They Lie Wow In Free Soil s. Kazanjian Honors Couple At Buffet Supper Mrs. Mm-old C!. Knxniijlun of .NYttli'ti"! nvrtiur onU-rtuined nt i\ buffi't suppi-r .Krkliiy evening In Honor of Miss Mildred Wcyh of Sci'U Mtrt-i-t and Midshipman Norton A. Kii/.ivnjinn of Xow Hnvcn ruiul. Miss U'i'.vh was ninrricd to Mid- iiliipniiin ICiiainjian Saturday at the lofiil CuiiK'VK.'itloniil church. Thosi- attending the supper wore: Mr. uiitl Mrs. Viihim 7-1. NnrK'1/.uin of Hfmpsti'Ud, I',. T : .Mr. and Mrs. Liiwtvmv \Vi\vh of Wnterbury: 1't'c. Clmrli-s ['Inner of Syracuse, If. Y.; j'fc. John Suu-i-i- of Pltmn.ii, X .J.; I'lY. Kilwnrd J. Ward. Pl'c. Aram y. Ti-r/iari. nnt! M!d.«h|pmnn Kich-j arc! M Sti-inhilbor of Phlladelphii PH.: I'l'c, Jacob O. Ohancsiiin. ^,V\ Uritnin: Miilshipmun Joseph E Tunit'r, Chester, L'a., and Hnrolc G. Ivu-.anjinn. Dainty Doily Bakery Sale Thursday By W. C. D. Society A b.-iUory snlc under the suis- puvH of Ihe Woman's Christian SiTvu-r socii'iy of the Methodist cliiin-h will be held Thursday, Sept 7. :it Culver's store. Church street, Martini,' u! 11 :i. nl. Mrs. U'illlnm Umlaut', Mrs. Eclnn CJI.-uklin.i,'. Mrs. C. Van Vlnndivn, Mis. Kulph MoyU ,-ind Mrs. Don- compose the canimi v of the y;ile. Baxter Family Return From Lake Zoar Mr. and Mrs, Kdwnrrl Baxter nnd children, who hnvc .spent the sum- JIIIT .'it Ijiiti. 1 Xour, have returned In ilu'ir home on Olive street. Rebekah Lodge To Honor Past Noble Grands Accent,Oh Line! Past Noble Gnuuls of Columbia Rebekah Indjro, No. 35, I. O. O. F will be honored jit the regulu meeting 1 Wednesday evening, SCF tcrnbcr G, at 8 o'clock In Odd F'.'l OWK' hall. Mrs. Emma Vogt, nobl' ftrand, will preside. Mrs. Stacia Robinson will be in charge of the rcfi-es'hmenls to be served after the meeting. All pus nobie grands are urged to be pres cnt as a pood attendance is dc> sired to start the /all season. I'ATTKRN No, B21I7 Brighton that dull spot with a 'acy new crocheted doily — here's a sweet one that you can mahe in Jiffy. Pattern envelope contains complete oasy-to-reacl a n d easy-to- oilosv directions for the above. Our GO-piisc multicolored book il' Xoeclio Arts containing five free latterns, and many other sugffes- ions for dressing up your home md yoiii'«elf i.s now available. Send •our request for this hook to the Birthday Party Held For Shirley Bowers . Saturday Evening A birthday party in honor of Miss Shirley Bowers was held Saturday evening 1 at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowers of Maple street. Attending' were: .Chester P. Isbell, Jr., Jack Lent, Edward Goodyear, William Smith, Eonald Fleming, Robert. Panasulc, Jeanne Chiswell, Laura Pulco, Betty . Chiswell and Marjorie Bowers. Return To Home In Port Chester, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wicgard and daughter. Mary Ruth, returned today to Portchester, X Y., after spending the past few day: with Mrs. WIejrard's father, with Mi's. Deisard's father, Daly of 351m street. ; w i t h P W. P. H. Returned From Vacation In N. H, . Ri'v. nnd Mrs. Arthur T^ewis of C'hun-h street havr reuirnotl from Mi'w Hampshire where they had lii.'i-.'i vat-ationinK. Nancy Lee Cook Has Tonsils Removed enclosing I Maririu Cherry Nancy T,t>c Cook, daughter of Mr. iii:M Mis. Cohort Conic of (>S Lou-Is s!i"i't h.icl her tonsils re mo veil this iii'uni.".',- fit St Mary's hospital, listed below twenty cents i20c.) in coins to cover the cost and mailinp charges. Send 11 cents (coin) for Pattern No. U21-17 to Naujratuck Daily News. Needle Arts Dopartmeiu, P.O. Box 172, Station D, Now York 3. .V. Y. Please include your postal none number. Harry Fager Returns To Cherry Point, N. C. t. Harry Fajrer of the U. S. Corps has returned to Point, N. C.. after a short visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fairer of Walnut struct. Send-Off Party For Atty. John Kenny Returns To Baltimore Attorney Joh.-i Kenny returned today to Baltimore. Md., after a short visit with relatives at '212 North Main street. Yeatons Return From Laurel Beach Mr and Mrs. Philip Voaton and son. Lee, have returned to thci'. home on Homestead avenue after a week's vacation at Laurel Beach, Mi I ford. Spent Week-End In New York City Mrs. Charles Erennan of Ward street. Miss Jeanne Ercnnan and Mrs. Lois Hale of Maple street spout the week-end and holiday in New York city. Conrad -Robs Host Tc Luther Leag'ue The Luther league of ihe Salem Lutheran c h u r c'h will :ii e e t tonight at S o'clock at the home of Conrad Rohs, 1-13 Quinn I street, I'ATTEJiX I3Gti A frock which is tho essence of sheer loveliness of ;ine —a Princess model which flatters the young nnd active figure. "Make il. up as a. "date" frock in sheer materials — do it in luunderablu cottons for everyday summer wear. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1B66 designed for sixes- li, 13,' 15, 17, and 19. Size 13. short sleeves, r< quires 3 5-S yards of 39-inch material. ' | Good news for nil home dross- ! makers; the new Spring- ABC Pattern Book is ready! Send for a copy today, it costs only 10 cents You may order a. copy with a 1C cent pattern for 25 cents, plus' 1 cent postage. For this attractive .pattern send -0 cunls, in coins with your name, address, pattern number .and. size wanted to .Barbara Be!l, NtiUfe'atuck Daily News, Post Office Box 99, Station G..NCW York ly,, N. Y. Held By Parents \ Mr and Mrs. Willlum Edmonson of Galpfn street entertained on Sunday at their, home In n send-off party for their son Henry Edmondson who Is subject to call in the September quota for the military services. Refreshments were served and the entertainment program was featured by Clarence Quackenbush with several novelty numbers for which he is well known . Amonjf 'thoic present were Mr and Mrs, V/illiam O'Connell, M.r, and and Mrs. Edward Laprise, Mr. and Mrs Albert Weiss and family, Mr.'and Mrs^ Henry E. Weiss and daughter, Cheric. Also Mr .and'Mrs. John Edmond- KOJ] of Bethany, Mr. and Mrs. Joi. seph Steinmann of Bayshore, L. I., ! Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Slclnma'nn uml son Alfred, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleck of Bethany. Also Mrs. Robert Leitton and son Robert, Mrs, Peter Leitton, Sr., and son, Peter, Jr., and Leonard Leitton. Two CiuiiuJian soldiers and two Fivnch civilians stiiml in reverence at a Ci:m«t«ry in nii-pp'-, France, The crosses mark the graves of some of tin.- Canadians who were ltil/e<l in a commando r;iid on the channel port two yuars ago. This photo w:i_s niadu'just after the Canadians had taki'ii -IJicplic. U. S. Sijfrlai CorpsKadioplioto. (International) Mrs, Clayton Bailey Visited In Cleveland M'rs. Clayton Bailey of Oak street has returned from Clove land, Ohiui where she visited her sister, Mrs. William Bartlott. Leo Meegan Of N. Y. Visited Mother Leo Meegan of New York city visited . his mother, Mrs Mary Meogan ' of Highland avenue over the week-end. - Scovill's Group ia~ i • Holds Outing At Baummer's Grove Private Sutherland Will Graduate From Mechanics School Visited Relatives In Providence, K, I. Mr. and Mrs. "Richard Foetsch of Central avenue have returned from 1 a visit with relatives in Providence, R. I. Leg-ion Auxiliary Meets Tomorrow j Guests Of Friends In Laurel Beach A meeting of the American Legion auxiliary will he held tomorrow evening nt S;SO o'clock in Pythian hall. I Ladies' Auxiliary, A. 0. H. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Linpen-| held of Walnut street have returned MeetS_TOmg'ht from Laurel Boach, Mill'ord, whore they visited friends for the pas few days. Visiting- Friends In Washington, Conn, -Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jones or Walnut street are visitinf,' Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Parks of Washington, Conn. Vacationing- At Twin Lakes .%/,•<• n sttirt it'iVi Serenity pnttcrn shown hive. S!x-[>icci: plucf sen-ice— $22.63 including twenty per cent federal '•ux. For Bpner.'itionii International craftsmen litivn cl>.-vi>u-il tl:u'ir lives to sivir.;; Inlcr- Sterling; a character and boaut/ lliat is It i« not cnuu^h t!mt silver be Sterling. Tt rn.-eo'j tin: const;uit skill of the designer and cr:iftsrnan. ft nuist lie {^ivui: form nnd lml;iin.'u tuul be (li.-.-i^ncil with f;u:ltli:.i» jmlsinciU ;mil taste in transform it into tlia fin;il jit-rfecjion of Inlcriialional Stcrliiig. Michael*. Xtr. and Mrs. Lyman and family of Walnut street have left tor Twin Lukes where they will spend their vacation. Pfc. Katherine Deeg-an Visiting Relatives Here P. F. C. Katherine C. Decgan, U S. Marine Corps, stationed at Cherry Point, 'X. C., is visiting rcki- tivcs on .North Main street. The Ladies' auxiliary. A, O. H. will meet Ihis evening at S o'clock in Hibernian hall. Mrs, Mary Hughes In West Hartford Mrs, Mary Hughes street is visiting her Mrs. Roy Bunting in ford. ' ' i of Meadow daugghtcr, West Hart- Spent Weekend : In New York 'City Miss. Margaret North of Hillside avenue spent the holiday week-end n JN'ew .York city. Local Paratrooper ts Hurt Overseas Seattle is halibut port. the world's largest Several hundred employes nl- tended the outing here on Saturday at Baummer's Giovo on Field street of the Trim and Kncrl De- partmenls of the Scoville Manufacturing: Company of Waterbury which includes a number of Xiiu- gatuck residents. A full program of sports in addition to a. picnic spread, fe.'ilured the event for which Leo Smith, 'ell known Naugatuckian, was master of ceremonies. Charles Tembo was head of tho beverage commitlco, T. J. Merin- eio was in charge of food, "Eddie" Baummer was head of the transportation and entertainment divisions. Edward Collins was sports chairman and Atbort Selinskie, swimming referee. Robert Currie had a featured spot as soloist on the entorlainmenl program. Kijosler Field. Eiloxl, Miss.. Sept. Pvt. Uobcvf C. Suthorlnntl to- morro\v will receive his srratluntion diplom.'i from the AAF Training Command's B-2-! Liberator bomber mechanics school in appropriate ceremonies hold nt Kecsler Field's toclinical school. JTc is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sutherland, Walnut street, Naugauiok, Conn. .The training he received at Kecs- er will be augmented at anoiher Army Air Forces station before his assignment to a combat air crew. The .'"-week course has.skilled him in Liberator aircraft rr.ainienancc and emergency operations in flight. Tho latter was achieved during flights extending over several hours during which he vcccivocl actual practice in the performance of the aerial engineer's duties. Secy. Perkins Says American Worker Wffl Fare Well Local Soldier Is Awarded Infantry Combat Insignia . (Special <o The X«:w«) W i t. h the America! Division Somewhere in the Southwwt fic, Sept. 3—For his -performance of duly in action aj;.iin8t the enemy on Bougainville, Private Jo'rin Sims, 285 Cherry street.. N'aupra- tuck. Conn., has been awarded the Comba.t InfanU-yman Bad(»<j. The b;i.dge, worn above the left breast pocket, 1» n silver rifle on a. field , of infantry blue within a silver border, an elliptical wrcatn n I he background. ' ' Private Sims, overseas sixteen months, in ,1 vcter:i.n infantry regiment, which fought, at Guadalcanal with other units of the America! Division securing: the island on Feb. r J. 39^3. Again on Bougainville, the regiment distinguished itself in the bloody battle for Hill 2GO. Maj-Dr General Robert E. McClure, of Palo Alto, CaL. commanding the America! Division, saw action on Guadalcanal and led the amphibious attack that took Vel- 't-ivclla in the Solomons. The division, formed in ^*ew Caledonia, is the only division in the United States Army having n n~amc instead of a number. Private Sims is Ihe son of Mrs. Lawrence Matson. is a former amateur and professional boxer hero and a brother of Ernest Sims, former stale welterweight boxing champion. Boston. Sept. 5—(UP)—Tiie Secretary of Labor. Frances Perkins. believes that employment will be maintained on a high level durinR: 'he postwar reconversion period. Madam Perkins, speaking sr. Boston, said that "the American Worker will f.ii-e well because labor, management, unions and capital are all .of one mind—to gat rolling after the war." She outlined a four-point program for the post-war years. The major ono was a proposal to ox- i lond the Social Security system to provide longer term benefits for the temporarily unemployed. She also called for a quick revival of the shorter working week, on increase in collective bargaining, and a wider distribution of goods. SAILOR KOBBif.I) Boston, Sept. 5—(U P)—A Michigan sailor has be-on beaten and robbed of S150 in the Public Gcr- den early this morning. Kichard P.owf! of Hubbell, Mich., -,oUi po- Ikie ho was walking across ihe Back Bay Garden when three young men stopped him and-askod for .'I mntch. They thcrj jumped on him. he related, struck him abouI the face—and escaped with his wallet, contnininir the SliYO. TIu« 23-year-oKi sailor was not scr- iouslv hurt. Zamboanga in the Philippines ha» the greatest area of any city in the world. Its area of 1.159 square rr.ileu i.s about equal to all of tbc state of Rhode Island. BUY WAR BOXDS ANT> STAMPS* 29 Mo»» I ton A**. Don't Hurry .... When you co. your gut shopping at Clyr.e, you will enjoy . Inspecting our many sparkling items. Mirrors,, pictures, paintings, artifl- cial flowers, spun glass, suauary. Josephine R. Manzo, gift stylist, is at your service, • •Just a few steps from Evchanrc PI/ Mrs. Du Bois Reported Improved' ^rrs. Lionel Du Bois of 120 Ma street, who suffered lacerations o the face and bruises in a fail a her home Sunday morning, wa reported to be "improving" by Si Mary's hospital authorities thi morning • Mrs. EuBois. treated by Dr. Vic tor A. Case!la, was taken to th hospital in the community ambu lance. She has three sons in the sorv ice: Lt.Comclr. Raymond DuEois commander of a submarine on du ty- in Pacific waters; Lt. Robcr DuBois in' the Army Medica lorps, stationed in Chicago: an< Corporal Earl DuBois, stationed ir France. Lt.-Comdr. DuBois is r 'ormcr captain of the U. S. Nava academy football team RKCKIVKH BY 1'OPE JIWILfft} . . . SILVMSMITHS SINCE IfOt 68 BANK STREET SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOL BAGS • PENCIL CASES • INKS • PADS • PENCILS • COMPOSITION BOOKS DICTIONARIES . FOUNTAIN PENS ERASERS SCHOOL WALLETS PENS — KVF.RVTIIING YOU XKICD — S'our Stiitioiinr SWEENEY'S STORE Education for Profit Tnr Srrrrlaf.v, f 1 iiin:iLiiiiii'lrr mill .•\ppl.V Por Full Tnrin >'ow THE PERRY SCHOOL ISrnwn Hldg. Wnterbury pai-n- NU'ki was FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING- ; Norwash Shoe Store *?+•+*++++++++»*++++•+••++++++++* One oC 'Naugatuck's first troopers, P. F. C. Edward of the United States Army, injured on one of overseas, and is an ambulance driver in Corsica, local relativcK have hcen informed. After receiving his paratrooper winns at Fort Benning, Georgia, P. F. C. Nlski shipped out and took purl, in the invasion of Sicily where it is believed he so badly injured one of his feet that the member could not stand the shock of further jumps, P. F. C. Niski on recovering from his injury was transferred' to North Africa 'as an ambulance driver, • transporting American •wounded as they came in -from lialy to various hospitals .i;n<J ports for shipment back to the States.' .Later, the local soldier spent some time' in a rest camp and 'is now reported stationed on the island of Corsica, from which point many of Ihe American paraatroop- ei's who invaded southern France' took off. ' ' • Prior .to volunteering- for para- ! troop service, P. F. C. -Niski was staiioned at Camp Edwards, Mass., for two years .as a'member of the Military Police. _. .y . V ,. '. •_ P. F. C. Nisid's, .address'- is 599 Medical Ambulance Co. (M. T. R,)' 31009112; A. P. O. 386, Care of Postmaster, New York, N. .Y. Vatican City, Sept. 5— (V P)— Pipe Pius has received Casimii Papcc, Polish ambassador to the Holy See and 1 Karl Sidor, Slov.ik- ian minister, in Private audiences his assignments ! today According to the semi-oll'.cial now serving as ! Vatican news agency, the Slovakio.ii minister presented a detailed account of his country's cris:Vi. while Papce presumably discussed the Russo-Polish situation. SEW and SAVE .with MURPHY'S YARD GOODS 25c to $1.29 Mak* long«r - wearing, bffHor - looking ciothos from ihii bright attorfmant of patterns, colors and fabrics. G. C. Murphy Co. "EITHER FARM ERRANDS OR WAR WORK I Our 19-il Ford is kept on the go, with A. A. A. Committee, Board of Education,Faria Bureau, U.S.O. and War Bond work, besides firming." "Sure glad I've got a FORD!" says WILBUR .T. HILDRETH, Farmer ELKHAKT, IOWA -WE ALL USE THE FORO-my wife foe household trips and volunteer work and my boy for his 4-H Club, and scrap-drive activities.. It'i gone 6-1,000 miles and it's okay." • . Forty years of reliability-.'stamina and low-costopenuion have made Ford cars the choice of millions; Letters from Ford owners in cities and towns nnd in the country, tell bow well their cars arc standing up. And.ilmosrnlways, thcoxvner gives a big. share of credit to his friendly Ford dealer, whose careful Protective Service contributes so. much to maintaining America's essential transportation. MIBHTY LJTTU TO RUN 1 It delivers goad R.IS and tire mileage »nd needs very few repairs, and the good looks and comfort surely last, tool" NEWS NOTES—;« ii » w o», Ihe lorgtil of ill Und, coal il fhn pn'nc.'pol fu.1. 8jl lh*rt i, t*l r on« icoop.|l,ovc/,'n Ih. (nlira bui/rfinfl end il h chranwptaM on* ftrpl 01 o ro'l'c. Nowaday t Iho cobf 11 pulvvrtrKf^ bJown int* tfi. bot/an tikti gat. More uisn 30,000,000 rord, Niitin ttt Until tin-art Firt Tntks-tan tan Ml

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