Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 6, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, September 6, 1944
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144 WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1944 NATJGATUCK DAILY NEWS » hi, ' PrJ '"turn j Women's Activities—Personal •& Social j Grace Langell To Pvt. Earl Cooper The muri-iugc of Miss Cfi'ace Ijinin-ll of -13 Aetna street, daughter of M" 1 \\'«lter Mlllor of Naugn- nicl;, ti> Pvc. Karl Douglas Cooper, ion of Mr. niu ' Mi's. Earl Cooper of U'oi><!l>'.i>',v. took place Tuesday af- ti-rnoon in tho Salem Lutheran cliurch. Kev. William ,R, Frend- berj; performed the double-ring wedding ccromony. The bride was uttircd in n bufX»'idy velvet suit with black ani! gold nccosjiories and wore n • corsw of white roses. Mi.-* Henrietta Langell, sister of tho briiii 1 , served as muid of honor. She wore a furcst-grccn velvet .tint with t>lnck and gold accessories, and a corsage of yellow roses art in glnflioli. Tho best man was Carl Sand- Mom, uncle of the bride. A reception was held at the Mll- |,-r home with out-of-town guests present from Wuterbury, "VV'ood- tniry and Bristol. Tlii- mother of the bride received friscsts in a black and white mar- quisftft 1 dress and white accessories Jihe wore a corsage of Gar- di'nius. The groom's mother was nttired in ;i liliick silk crepe with while fic- I'es.soiies, Her corsage was also compiisrd of white gardenias. Tho bride and groom will leave Siturday for Fort B o n n 1 n g, Georgia, whore he is stationed. Naugatack Elks Ready For Fall Social Season N a u g a t u c k Lodge of Elks through the chairman of its entertainment committee, announces the opening of the fall season of social activities. The club will be ihe scene of a dance Saturday night and the committee assures all those that attend a gala evening in true Elk fashion. Leonard Kay and his orchestra will furnish music for the affair and since this is his firs!, appearance in the boro, a treat is in store for the gathering. <. Chairman Robert Spencer and Four Local Girls Start Training To Be Nurses T'our local girls have started Special Division For The WAVES In Mai! Department Will Soon Have Return Ticket As nn Indication of the steadily increasing use of WAVES in the Navy's mnll service, and the need for more of them, announcement was made today of the transfer of the Mall Specialist school from the training at the St. Francis' hospi- j.Naval Training- Center, Sampson, till school of nursing, Hartford, They arc: Miss Rosemnry Rcilly, dmifi-litcr of Mr. and Mi-s. Edward Noilly of High street; Miss Ruth Yusnltis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yusaitis of May street; Miss Sully Fitzgerald, daughter of, Jolin Fitzgerald of Park avenue, .incl Miss Viola Mambrino, daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. John Mam- brlr.o of Scott street. Eighth Birthday Of Joan Alexinski Is Celebrated his co - chairman. Alex Buukus. have spared r.o time, effort or expense to make this one of the outstanding affairs of the coming season. The cn'tire proceeds will bo turned over to the charity fund of, the lodge und to assure themselves Ihiit nothing is loft undone the following mcm'bers of the committee are requested to attend the meeting tonight for arranging final details. The committee is Robert Spencer, Alex Baukus, Louis Buckmil- !er, Rocco Siilinarcll, Louis J.-imelc, H. Schlldgcn, Clarence Quackenbush, Edmund Ryan, John F, Hanley, Paul Euckmll'.er. Frank Muleaky. Francis Calvin, Clayton F. -Davis, Pierce Casper, Josep'h Ford, Harry Ingrfim. .Dancing will be enjoyed from S:30 to .1 a. m. with many novelties injected in the program. Helena Barrett, Former Resident Feted By Nurses Miss Helena Barrett, forme: 1 local resident and sislcr of William Barrett, Church street businessman, was recently foted by mem- burs of the nursing staff, the medical staff, nnd other officials of Plunkett Memorial hospital in North Adams, Mass, Miss Barrett is completing her 25th yea- of service at ithe hospital. She Joined the staff in November. 1919, after serving as a nurse in the first World war. Miss Barrett who serves as nigh I, supervisor, from the received several gifts rroup in nt'tcndance. Delia Santore Starts Training In Nurses' Cadet Corps of Joan Mr. and of North Tim eighth birthday Alcxin.-ki. daughter of Mrs. Mirh.'ii-l Alexinski M:iin street, wim celohrtued Sunday with n party he-Id at'thc White Kairl" restaurant. Attending were: Pi.'im 1 t,'i-Nnn, Patricia Galvin, June Kinch, Buddy Dockor. Jlmmlc M'lc^onald and Robert Pencil of Niiiigiituck. Alice and Phyllis Vu- li'iin .-UK! Bi-:ty Ann Ro'salos of Ansuniji. and Thomas Shields of -NVw Haven. Returns From Visit To South John Wesley Class To Hold Meeting, Roast At Hig-h Rock! Members of the John Wesley class of the Naugatuck' -Methodist church will meet at the church at 7 p. m. Saturday from where they will go to High Rock to hold a business meeting followed by a hot dog roast. j Miss Deiia S.intore, daughter of -Mr .and-Mrs. Anthony Santore of 53 Scon street has entered St, Mary's hospital, Watcrbury, take a course of training in Nurses' Cadet Corps. Miss r.firraine Mallane, daughter n.' .Mr. and -Mrs, Philip Mrill.-ine of 1'ninr. City, hiis returned home al'- t'-r Hf-mllng the summer with relative. She visited at Mobile, Alah.'inw: New Orleans, '.oulslnnn Oulfport. Mississippi; Pensacola Florida, and Baltimore. Maryland Visited Friend At Williamsport Hospital Mi'.i. Ulmec C. t'.oftlon t/C Hlll- ."ido avenue hns returned from WilliumsinoTt, Piu, where she vi.s- !:••(! -\tiss Jo.-iiinc F3. Warner who is seriously ill iit the Williams. I'ort h-o.ipitul. Visited At Home Of Mrs, John Casper Corporal Samuel Smith and Cpl. Thomas Thompson have returned t" Imliunt-jwri Gap. Pa., after spi-nditig- a few days fit the-! home of Mrs. John Casper of I-Iotchkiss SllVrt. Washing-ton Resident Visited In Borcragti '"rfOi-;,-! 1 Ffnyfs has returned to his ho;,if in Washington, D. C.. af- 'i-i 1 visi'ins at thi; home of Mrs. f'.dhort UYuving of Homestead Patient At The Waterbury Hospita] James Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Davis of High street, underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils al the Wnter- j bury hospital this morning. He plans to return to his studies at Sut'field Academv on September 2!, to the St. Michael's Sunday S.chool Starts Sept. 17 The llrst session of the Sunday school of St. Michael's .Episcopal church will he held Sunday, Sept. 37, at 9.-30 n. m. Enters Nursing- At .St. Mary's Miss Phyllis Klimnvy.cwski of Prospc-ct street left yesterday to enter Ihe Nurses' Cadet Corps at St. Mary's hospital. \Vatcrbury. Miss Klitnasxewski was graduated in June from IN'iuigatuck High school. Meeting Thursday Of Troop 2, B. S. Of A, A regular meeting of Troop Boy Scouts, will be held Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the parish house. Ali scouts are requested Lo bo present. Meeting- Of Evergreen Chapter, 0. E. S,, Thursday Evergreen chajiler. O. E. S., will hold the first meeting of the Fall scfiain tomorrow evening at S o'clock in Masonic temple. Vacationing- In Adirondack Mountains Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rogers of Dunn avenue nnd I^dw.-trd J-tuhn of .Millvillc avenue a:-e vacationing in the Adirondack mountains, Pfc. Piortowski In States After 21 Mos. Pastor's Cabinet Meets At Salem Lutheran Church The pastor's cabinet of the Salem Lutheran church will meet this evening lit 8 o'clock at the church. Spent Week-End In New York City Spent Vacation In Provincetown Miss Kli/abcth Myi-tlc avi-nin; and Miss Pearl Adkins of cuff street havn returned fi-'im I'l'iivinci-tuwn. MHHH,, where "I'.-y ."iii-ii! Ihnir vacatkin. of Important Meeting- Of Oscar Wedin Lod/re Stewart Dahlin of Hillside avenue, and Clayton Anderson of New sl.rcet spent the holiday and week-end in IN'ew York city. Mr.-Mrs. L. R. Corliss Return From Maine An important meeting- of O-scnr ^••'li.'i lodge. No. -IRS. will he hold •his evening at H o'clock in Otl'1 ri'llnwji 1 hall. Hfifro.ihmcnts will I" 1 Moi-vofl following Ihe meeting. Education for Profit 'm fit-., f lir SIT re In r,v, .\crnimtnnl, •M'lM, C'iiti|tt.iMiii<irr iintl .MitchliH 1 -*, 'M>p| t v I-'or Kail Tfrrtn >'o\v THE PERRY SCHOOL 'H'ltf. Wntcrbury Mr. and Mrs. Leon P.. Corliss of Park uvur.uc have returned from Maine where they spent the summer months. After 21 months of service in the European theater- of war, Pfc. Clemens Piortowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex PiortoWKJji, 3P9 North Mnin street, has arrived in the United States, it was reported this moi-nir.g, Ho is a vetnrnn of the Sicilian and -Italian campaigns. In Italy he met Sgt. Kenneth Tuckcy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tuckoy of Prospect. Pfc. Piortowski after arriving nnd being stationed in England and Scotland, was sent to North Africa, whence he left for the invasion of Sicily. Switzerland's population mated at about '1,000.000. is es'J- FJR5TSTEP IN EASY WALKING- Spent Week-End At Lake Waramaug Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weaver of Ncttlotem avenue and Mr, and Mrs, James Malcolm of May avenue spent the past week-end at Lake Waramaug. Ancient Chinese constructed suspension bridges- using iron dial/is many centuries before such nnji- ncoring principles were known to the western world. Norwash Shoe Store SCHOOL SUPPLIES • SCHOOL BAGS ' • PENCIL CASES • • INKS « • PADS • • PENCILS • • COMPOSITION BOOKS > DICTIONARIES . FOUNTAIN. PENS ERASERS SCHOOL WALLETS PENS — KVKUVT/IING YOU NEED — Votir Stutloner SWEENEY'S ART AXT> STATIONERY STORE MURPHY'S YARD GOODS 25c to $1.29 Mako longer - wearing, bottor - looking c) ;• -A i from thii bi'ight 'fljjoftfnent of paftomi, colon and fabrics. G. C. Murphy Co. N, Y,, to tho U. S. Naval Training Center (Women's Reserve), Bronx, Now York. WAVES have proved their worth in the -important job of handling the mail and. the Bureau of Nava Personnel has decided: to train no more men as mull specialists ex cept on the job, tho Navy said WAVES will continue to be trainee in school for the rating of Specialist (M) and the transfer to the school in the Bronx, the "U. S. S. Hunter,;' provided a convenient location w"here women fresh from basic training can go directly-into advanced training. The nine-week course will qualify them for work in fleet post offices and shore establishments throughout the United States. Six and a half weeks are devoted to classroom work, followed by two and u half weeks of field training-. Then the graduates arc sent to the New York or San Fleet Post Offices, where they may be retained, or transferred to shore stations. With the main objective of. the Navy's mail system to get mail speedily to the men overseas and fit sen, accuracy is the keynote in training WAVES for the important job of putting the right letter in the right place. BEACON FALLS Correnpondent'n phone «3S* Hose Co. Puts Out Brush Fire Near United Church I'rlnce Felix, of Luxembourg (loft) will soon hr; returning to the pie. tiircsqui; little DucJiy, for Gen. EjNcnbotvor Jm.s istutcd that for J>ux- cr/iouri; .und the Netherlands tliu hour of libcriitlon Is at hnnd. Hero the prince visits British fluid Miirshul Bernard "L. Montgomery Komcwlicrti in Fruticc. U. S. Signal CorpsItHdidphoto, (International) Several Naugatuck Marines Stationed At Cherry Point Master Sergeant Hari-y F.ige.", son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Fager of Walnut street, who is 'stationod at Cherry Point, N. C., the Marine Corps .aviation base, in his visit home u few days ago, stated that there were several NaugiHuck men stationed now at that base. ' ' One is Sergeant William Leuchars, :son of Mr. and -Mrs, William Louchars, who is a photographer 'in the Marine Air'Corps', and recently a visitor, here. Another is Tech. Sergeant Edward Cicslewski, who has "been stationed at Cherry-Point for the past two years. The fourth is Private Edmond Shilinskas who has been stationed at Cherry Point for Che past some weeks following the completion of his "boot" training. In 1930 Japan produced 36 million pounds-of rayon. In 1939 the tola! was 535 million pounds, or 20 per cent of the world output. The Beacon. Falls • HOKF. Co. cx- lingulghcd a brush fire in a lot in the • rear of the United church yeHler'day. shortly after 2 p. m. No material ' dar»ago wan reported Chief William Lee said, and the deportment had a good turnout of volunteers. G. O. )>. CaucuH Tonight The' Republican caucus will Tie held tonigght at 8 p. m. in town hall for the choosing- of candidates to the-various conventions.. ChriB- tian Heiss, chairman of the town commlttc'e. will preside. Sergeant And Wife Visit Here Staff Sgt. nnd Mrs. Louis Een- the, servant'* -mother'! borne > on Highland* -avenue; '"Rationed at . the prenent in CaJtfortoia, -Uw recently .returned;. after, about 25 month* ' in the AltutWn*. nere ;•- . . Stuff Sjrt. Nicholas Piamna' la Jincndlng a 10~day. furlough with hlii-.purcnu,- '*fr.--«rwl, Mi*, boula PiRnnc of Main street. The Hon- commlmiioned' officer. I* utatloncd in North-. Carolina, f-' - • <£ F .D. Bake All Bet , Fire department.. clumbaJte tick* cts arc still available, .it waa_ reported this morning. Plan* forv'the' affair Sunday arc complete. The bak« will be held Rt the • SeymWir Flih and Game club. »rrour)d», "»t«rtin«- at 10 'a. m.' Tha-maln tlab will served at 1 p. .In. . ,i dient' arc spending a furlough at report.' Weekend In MJKII Irene, and Jodcph Ryblnaky of Church atreet spent the paaft weekend in Boston. .. "I •Joins V. 8. Nary ~- .; John -Bnukat, son of Mr. and fr/i. Will ism Baukat, w»» recent- y sWorn into the U. .S.'Navy. ,Tha ccruit in now awaiting order* to • t Ar«. Always Appropriate •'-. Next, time you are purzled to know what to give, why.not drop In «o us, Shop around ittsurely — MC our wide variety of really, attractive gills. Meet and talk with- Josephine R. Manzo, gift ityltet. .' '..-..-v' •Ju»t a few itept from Exehaat* ft' General Eisenhower H »J_ « s IT IT'S A SPIRIT that rises to accept each new challenge with dignity. \ It's a spirit born of vision. Of a love of free* dom so great it transcends human hopes and fears. And makes any sacrifice worth while* It's the spirit that tackles all kinds of Army jobs. Humbly. But with a joyous pride. A spirit that has its eyes on Tomorrow-— a spirit that has won the eternal respect of the Army of the United States. This is why General Eisenhower has said: 'The. esprit constantly exhibited by our Woes Is exemplary!" , / couldn't jait wail for the war to end. I'm working for victory!" tayt Corporal Margaret Wynant, / Good soldiers... 'Being a Wac make* me feel I'm helping my country!" writes Surgeon t Shirley Thomson. 'Tm prea of my job—intilligtncf leork mt Ml Army airftfldl" teyt StrgumAt Ann* Mmtlntoth. VV0MENS ARMY CORPS ^ FOR FULL INFORMATION mtout the Wommn'f Amy Carpf, nearctt V. S. Army Rtcmiting Station. Or mmll th* S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION

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