Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 8, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 8, 1944
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1944 NAUGATUCK .DAILY NEWS Page Three Personal—Social—Fraternal Large A ttendance At Past Noble Grand Night At the rojrul:ir meeting of Col limbinn n e t> i-k a h loilKo, r. O. O. I 1 ',. In-Ill Wednesday cvuuing. J'nst N'oble Grand night was ob- MiM-vi-il, Mrs. ISrnma Vajrt, Noble Gi-ind. \valcumcil the quests and Mm. Mabel Adkins, president of tho Noble Grands' club, ru- .s|juiuliHl. Mrs, Vagi prosoiitixl uor- s:i).:r:, to rai:h of the guostn, Thu I' Noble Grands pn-scnl wi'ro; All's. Gertrude ilowell, Mrs, T. Stuhl, Mrs. Grace Kuii- biink, Mrs. Tonlu Andorson, Mru. I'.nhotto Anderson, Mrs, Miirgui'iit i Williams, M:'s. Not'iuiv Hutcher. ,\l,".s, ICli-.iaboth Rogers, Mrs, Anna CuiTiiM-. Mrs. CUirn Hall, Mrs. Jjoriilhy .Mai'lu-y anil Mrs. Jessie ]>UI i-l'tt. Also Mrs. Ruth Barrett. Mrs. Kosalii* Tnn'i-r, .Mrs. Mabel Adkins, Mrs, r.illiiin Johnson, Mr;;. Uort'lla N«uniiin. Mrs. Louise Vo'e- gfli. Mrs. M;ii.- Tit ley, Mrs. [sjiln-l I.onur. Mrs. Justim- Olson, Mrs. P. M, & L. Association Will Meet Tuesday At'Tucker Home The Past Masters' and Lecturers' association of Beacon. Valley tfr.i-nKO will meet Tuesday evening-, Sept, 12, at S o'clock at the IIOIIIL- of Mr. iuul Mrs. Elmer Tucker of Beacon V;illoy. Tliurc will be election or officers for Uie ensuing- yen;-. JStich nicm- bcr is askud to bring- an article, worth not less than 110 cunts, for a "white elephant" s.ilu. Articles are tu be wrapped. Avis Anderson Starts Training In Nurses' Cadet Corps Miss Avis Anderson, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fridolt' Anderson o 5-1 W-jodlnwn avenue, has untoruc thu X tii-sos 1 Cadet Corps tit .\Vutor bury hospital. Miss Andui-Kon was graduatec in June from Naujraiuck higl school. IVrllm Hubji.'Kl, Mrs. Lottie Wn- ti-rliotiso, Mrs. Ethel, V.'uterhotise, unil Mrs. EJmnia \Veiiving, ' A ili'licimis lunchoon was served mi attnirlivoly decorated tables, .\fi-s. St.'tclu.'i J-iubitison %vas chairman of tin- refreshment cornmit- ti','. nnd Mt-s, .Laura Peterson and Mrs. Maine Hailoy acted as Ihe re- on ciirr,rnittt:o. tin' meeting-, plans wore made iHi-iiiliiit; Neighbor's Night, to .-lil nt th.o Sylvan Robekah 1 in St-ynuKir on Monday, Sept. Church Helpers To Have Pet-Luck Luncheon A pot-luck luncheon by th Church Helpers of St. Michael's Episcopal church will taki; place Wednesday, .September 13. at :1 p. m., 1 in the- parish house. A business meeting will follow. Returns From Visit To New York City Miss Helen Mai has returned to lu.-r home in Millvillu after a visit .r. Xow York city. SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOL BAGS • PENCIL CASES • INKS • PADS • PENCILS • COMPOSITION BOOKS — "KVKKVTJIIN'G V DICTIONARIES . FOUNTAIN PENS ERASERS • SCHOOL WALLETS PENS NKKD — Yuur Stationer SWEENEY'S AKT AXn -STATJOXKRY STORE Duffy-Preece Wedding Held At Milford Church .Rev. Thomas Moi'an officiated at llin wedding' Tuesday in St. Mary's church, Milford, of Miss Lorraine Evelyn Prcece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Pi-eeco of Milford- to James Joseph DmTy, son -pf Mr and Mrs. Thomas DulTy o£ 57 Meadow street. Mrs. Alton -Glcndon, Derby, was matron of honor and Missus Janet Procco, Bridgeport, the bride's sister, and Miss Bct|.y Duffy, sister of the bridegroom, wore bridesmaids. Gladys Dolun served :LS i'lowci- girl and Alton Glendon, Derby, was best man. Guests from Waterbury, Nauffnf.ick, Ansonia, Derby, Shelton and New Haven wen: ushered by the bride's brother, Dean Precco and Leslie Loifih, Arilforci. Mr. Prcece presented his chuiffhter in iTuirrlafrc:. The fitted bodice of the bride's white slipper satin ROWII featured not yoke with ar. on'-shouldor ruffle of white eyelet sat, and otigf-taperinK sleeves and the full kii't tonnimUed ir. a train. A cluster of orar.fre blossoms held her fingertip veil of illusion and white gladioli and stcphanotis 'ormod her bouquet. Her matron of honor's sown of yellow not VLIS designed with a he'art jicck- It'.o. shirrod bodice, pui'l'od sleeves :nd a bouffant skirt trimmed with let flowers Completing her or.- lH were a Jul'iot camp caught t either side-with yellow flowers, nd a colonial nosegay. In the runn rosijjn were the aquamarine rocks and c.'ips ^^•ol•.^ by the ritlnsmaids The flower girl was rcssed in heaven blue taffeta ancl arriocl a colonial noscjray. Follou-inj." a bi-iclal dinner at tiio Milford Yaciit club, a reception Mrs. Procce received in aqun was held at. the bride's home whcr Crope, brown accessories and i coi-sajre of yellow roses, Xavy bkie crepo with a rose hat and a cor- siigc of ;-ed roses was worn, b\ Mrs. Duffy. The couple will spend thoir honeymoon in New Hampshire, the bride traveling in a grey light woo! suit with black accessories. They will reside on Hill street, Naugatuclc. The bridegroom who is engaged in ehumieal i-eKCwcch nc the U, S. Rubber Co.. is a graduate ot St. Thomas' seminary, Bloomllcld, St. IvonavcMHure'.s college and attended St. Mary's seminary in Baltimore. His bride is a graduate- of Shelton high school and the Waterbury CoKegp of Massage and Physiotherapy. Margaret Cowan ; .To .;._*• : Marry Edward 7 Newmati : Saturday, Sept. 23 • Mr. and- Mrs.': Robert Cowan of Millvillu announce! the co'm'irig mur- i'iag-e of their daughter, Miss'iMaiv garct Cowan, to Edward Newman, son of Mr .und Mrs. Harold'New- man of 16 Cherry street.' '. The. wedding is scheduled' fo Saturday, September 23rd!' 1 Many Deaths In Cohii. Last Year ' * ' ' Hartford, Sept. 8— (UP)— The Connecticut Highway Safety com Alice Jones, Ann Kralis', N, H. B;. Graduates, Enter Nurses' Training School! .,. Two members of the class of. 19-H, Nuug-atuck High school, have entered the Wutcrbury hospital nurses' training school. They are Miss Alice Jones, daughter of Mr. Mrs, Charles Jones of Field street, and Miss Ann Kralis; daugh- e," of Mr. and Mrs, Stratton Kralis of High slreet. mission reports that, although Cop npcticui is supposed to be the. safest state in the union, accidents were the fourth largest cause of death in the state last year. During 19.13, 3.0S5 persons idled as result of accidents. Only heart disease', cancer and cerebral hem- orrhagu caused more deaths. Co-Operation Helps In Cancer Cases Congregational.- Church School Reopens Sunday l. V The church school of the Congregational church will Yb-opcn Sunday. The junior, intermediate and senior departments, including .'.ill children nine years of age or older, will meet at 9:45 a. m, The beginners and primary classes will assemble at 11 o'clock. Official Board Meets At Methodist Parsonage The official board of the Is". tuck Methodist church will meat Monday at S p. m. at the parsonage, .1.5 Frederick street. '- " Reports ot' the summer months will be given and plans made for he fall. Gertrude Maher Visitor In N. Y. C. Greatly increased reporting of cancer crises in Connecticut is the esult of constructive cooperation >y physicians, clinics and hospitals, according to Eleanor ,T. Macdonald, Research Statistician, in the August bulletin of the Connecticut - State Department of Health. For- the lirst six months of 19-1-1 there, was. a-.J.-l7 per ,cent increase over the comparable period of 1943 in cancer'records received by the Division of Cancer Research. This same period was also marked by an increase of 134 per cent in follow-up information^ During the first six months of 19-t-l, 50 more wore received than during the total year of 19-13. The 1943 results had been considered, indicative of n greatly increased interest over any other period. Two Marines Win Death Battle With Japs On Saipan "SEVENTH CROSS" NOW THE LEAD AT THE STRAND THEATER Miss Gerlrurte M.nhcr of Cherry street extension, :in employe', of Uic Synthetic Rubber .plant, was a recent visitor in New York citv. Returned From . t Vacation In Mass, .; Mr. and Mrs. George Warner of Hillside avenue h a v e returned :'oni Slockbridg-o. Mass., they had been vacation) njr. Recent Patient At . • St. Mary's .Hospital .. • The picture thai. Spencer Tracy uskcd to make. The most thrilling:, suspense- packed drama he has appeared in since "Fury" reaches the screen with the two-time Academy Award winner. It..ia's "The Seventh Cross," based on Anna Seiners' bcsl-sclliriK novel am Book-of-the-Month Club 'selection which opens today at the Strand • heater for another week in Waterbury. u "The Seventh Cross" is n, story of world events that will be (Uy Sergeant-JoNOph P. Donaline, of 5H Cherry SI,, Natiifatuck Conn., a Marlmt Corp* Combat Cor respondent, formerly of tiie Jfmi gatuck News.) Somewhere in the Pacific—(De a'yed)—Eight Japs charged a fox Mole occupied by two Marine Browning- Automatic' rifle oper- itors, Privates First Clawi John S •Cleman, of H. D. No. 2, Johnstown, ?a.; and Paul Paulson of Birney, Montana, who went inlo Saipan vith the first wave. Private First Class Klcman dropped four with a burst from lis gun—then it jammed. Private ^irst Class Paulson opened up nd cut down the olher four. The ast to fall was so close that his ifle landed in the fox hole with he two Marines. Ordered to move ahead, the two Marines started across an open eld, dodging fiom. hole io hole. While on the run. Private First Class Kleman was hit. Me has been awarded the Order of the Purple Heart for wounds received in action. Evacuated to a ship for treatment, Private First Class Kleman mcl his buddy, Private "First Class Paulson there when the latter was I brought in wounded teri'days later. Speaking- of the D-day attack, Private First Class Kleman said, "I don't know cvactly how m':i'ny Japs I killed because cvci-ybody was firing like mad. They were going down like clay pigeons and I know I got my share. Before he eniisled in the Marine Corps Juno 17, 1942, Private First Class Klcman was employed as a machinist at the Baldwin Locomotive Works, Chester, Pa. His father, John Klcman, lives at R. D. 2, Johnstown, Pa. Private First Class Kleman says that after Ihe war he plans to "travel and see the rest of the world." Exclusive Stylecrest ring design*. diamonds of first quality. A written guarantee" of satisfaction.' Full trade-in value for a larger diamond. r/o k^liarge for (^.reclLt at $2.50 A WEEK After Down Payment excising oxamplo of tho boaufy of Styloccoit crcationi. USE YOUR CREDIT charge for crtd.'f Mis.s Helen Pnsseck of Hiphlnnd ivenuo, Beacon Falls, has returnee! to her home, where slip is recuperating, after ;in operation at St. Jaiy's hospital. Shirley Kerner To Enter College Miss Shirley Korner, daughter of Mr. .int! Mrs. Eric C. Kerner of Park avenue, will enter .Mount Holyoke college, South Hndley, Mass., Monday us a membcr'of.the Freshman class. ' .. . Conn. Vacation Data Sought By 19,400 Persons Hartford, Sept 8—The Connecticut: Development Commission received 53 per cent more l-ndividual inquiries about Connecticut's vacation nnd recreational facilities during the season now drawing to a close than it did in the corresponding months of 19-13, it was announced today by W i 11 a r d B. Rogers, chairman ot the commission. Inquiries about Connecticut this year totaled 19.-IOO as against 12,680 a year ago. The 1944 figure sur- j passed that of the entire previous summer during the first week in June, and this deluge of mail con-, nuec! LO roil into the commission offices until mid-August when it started to dwindle, Mr. Robers snid , A more marked contrast is found, the chairman pointed out, when this yPar's crop of demands for information about Connecticut, is compared with the total of 7,385 inquiries made in 19>12. Reports -received by the commission indicate that the summer season has been a banner one throughout the state and in many.places it was the best season on record, the chairman stated. where \ chronicled in the history books of ;. i the future. Romance keeps pace with adventure when Tracy shares a twenty- four hour love idyll with Hasso; Swedish star to whom In- prld Berjtman, in her own words, "used to play second fiddle." Until now. Miss Hasso has always been .1 Kir-en in such vfllms as "The Cross of Lorai'nc," -."Journey for Margaret".and "The Story of Dr \Viis- se)l." This is her flrst. opportunity In display her talents :.t!iat"'\von for her the Scandinavian equivalent to our Academy Award. Knt since "Furv" has' Tracy had si:ch n role of force and strength As n N.izi concentration camp prisoner who escapes, n man who starts out more dead than alive, only to End new life and hope throuuh .the friendship of othnrs, it murks another -dramatic mile- -stonc in tbc M-G-M star's career. The striry, which tells of the escape of seven German political prisoners from the Westhofcn ron- ccntr.ition camp near Mainz. Germany, in the fall of 1D3G, when Hitler had just come into power, but had not yef. started his \var on the world, is more than a mere hunt. All the thrll'ls.of n brcath.Rri.Tf: escape and the ruthless pursuit arc present, plus the poifrnant romance of the two principals. Thcseconcl fc.iturc on the new Amendments To Rent Regulations Amendments to rent regulations which clarify the limitations on the charging of "security deposits' by landlords were annomjced to Connecticut Rent Executive James Thomas Sullivan. While the amendments represent litlle actual change in the administration of rent regulations here, Sullivan said, they . do spell out provisions which have hitherto been applied largely by interpretation. In addition to its regular meaning, ••! he term "security'deposit" includes any pro-payment. 'Jf rent in excess of one month in advance the rent executive stated. Under the amendments, land- ords who can 'establish need o a deposit for such objects as keys Jind ice trays may petition the Vrea Rent Director for permission o require such a deposit, but in 10 cat.-e will the amount exceed ;10, Sullivan explained. Strand program opening today is Republic's "Goodnight Sweetheart, featuring Robert Livingston and Ruth Terry." An M-G-M color cartoon. ''Bear Raid Warden' ruid latest Movietone News complete the bill. Our Favorite For. Fall! Magic formula for thav excitingly smnrt look. Simply marvelous. .Dresses . . Street Floor • Charge Accounts Invited IX \VATEKBURV . . . IT'S I.ORUAIXE'S FO11 VAHUKS Oklahoma City is planning ., post-war midcontincnt airport t cost about S2S.OOO.OOO. and which will occupy 1,590 acres of land. BUV WAR BOXnfi .VXD STAMP! "There were HS,213,287 white'per- sons and 13,405,988 non-white per- n Ihe U, S. in .1940,.' -' FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING'"-' Norwash Shoe Store i *S++++++++++++++++f++++'+++++++l BREEN'S SPORT SHOP FAMOUS CLEANSING CREAMS l /2 NOW AT PRICE! LARGEST SIZES SPECIAL AT »2» EACH LIMITED TIME.' • Choose the cream that's ' right for your skin! Dty.Skin Clearer — richly lubricating cleanser for thin, dry, skin. Leaves jfcrn looking clean ... sweetly soft. Salon Cold Cream — pure, -.'• blaiid cold-cream type cleanser :.;. for young and - normal skin, -• Flu(Ty-li£ht. /.'rcftcshTng! Liquelyiitg Cleansing Cream — quick-melting cream for oily skin. Removes clogging prime, stale make-up in a twinkling. FALL FAVORITES! • BUMPERS • G ALOTS •BERETS VALUE PRICED $1 98 $2 A ' AND ^ VICTORIAN COLORS GAY FUCHSIA INVINCIBLE BLUE TllOl'IC OLIVR CHERBOI;RG. SPICE RUST COFFEE KELLV XAVY BHOWX GREY. BLACK PELTS — VELVETS — FABRICS More than 2000 hats to choose from , . , for Miss- and Matron —headsizcs up to 2-1 — nnd all theso value-prices from S1.-19 to ?3.9S. Come in and browse around to your heart's content. FALL HANDBAGS ,$1.98 and $2.98 Conn, — Near 1'owcr 49 CENTER ST J Opcn Thu ™- V3 V^Jiil^ l&K OA. . ,

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