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September 14, 1944

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1944 Page Three Personal—Social—Fraternal Richard Ostrom, j ane t S. Helbig, Marry Saturday .' iiiivcn :iml Hamdon ]«•'• :1 "' '•" lnini; "i:»-fi:>n j,. Jaun'iit.'i-. •'»"''« Susaii ii: Kirlianl Ostrum. sou uC Mrs. Ku'h'ii'l Oslroiii of 1'Yrt fl. .\ji.iH.-i: ncU. )„. woiUluv.;- will tiiUi- phu-o S:it- i'liibrr II ill -1 |>. lu 1 V:ilo ir Cum- lUivon. Arm Nicholson Returns From N. J. f* Ann Nii-holsdn, who luisi visiiinx I"'" p»ivnts in Mot- w"i. N. • '.. li;<« tvturnod U N.uii, r at'.ii j k i n d tuki-n up rian ;tt ;!io .Vc roiiip:ir.y, Lutheran Brotherhood Meets Friday Night The I.u: moo: a !<i:;!»i i 1 ' n;o:ion ',".'in F-irntfii'i'liood tln> Sail-in I-utrn'i'a .\vnin>; at S o'clock. A i'tiii'i-, "This AmuHini ill bt. 1 shown and tv- In 1 *r:'VL-d. r;'ili;s;ri.-il I'i'-c-:,-i<- powi-r s:ilos in IMS amounted to SS billion kilu- \v;if. hours, eornparod with 76' bil- :K.H liiii'wui: iiuiirrt in t'j'l.1. Elks' Dance Here Saturday lodK>: B. P. O, I2llcs. will .sponsuir another dance Sattir- clay uvoniiiK at Elks' hall. Robert Spencer is chairman of the alTair and the Loonnril-Rny or- Smaft* ™ bc'VdrlS son .is possible with Mr. SpL-r.Oui-oi- h'.NHltfd Uuloi' Ed tin r Loach, H thr. nttotulance is larj;e onovifrh. the dunces will be continued for the- winter. Tea Is Held In Honor Of Future Bride Mrs. Richard Ostrom or street cntiM-Lulncd o.t a tea day afternoon at her homo in honor of Miss Janet S. Helbig ot Mew Fern Sun- Crusader Post Auxiliary Meets This Evenin- A meeting of Crutnidoi 1 Post ai liury will be held this evening u'ulock at tlii: Post rooms), Rub- Trocp 31, Girl Scouts, Meets Friday The first meeting of Girl Scouts, roop 31, for the season, will bo U'Ki Fridny, Si-pi. .15, at 3:,';o p. in, n Knights of Columbus hull, John Swenston Resumes Studies John Swunsiton of .Highland ,-iv- nilo has re'Cirnod to Cunnocticut 'versity. Slorrs. where ho e;;- tt'ivd his junior year. Licul - Kichiu-cl Oat rum Satin-day. There were thirty-two fi'ucsls urcsunt, iiicltidtiT},' sevurnl from Mow Haven, Humdur., New York and No.ujja.Uick. Mrs. William Parsons, Jr., and Mrs. ,.'jsui>ii Kmdross of Hamdon ponrud. Margaret Cherry Guest-of-Honor At Shower Mrs. Andrew Johnson of Higli i'.Li Circle 1 was hostess a.s a sui pi-iso shower in honor of Miss Mai jf.irot Cherry, also of. Highland Circle, Tuesday evening> ut he home. Miss Cherry will be 1 married • in 1C' npnr future to Arthur John son, U. S. Marines, former real dent of Naufj-uluclc. About 20 •attended, including •ionic from Huriford, Waterbury MIdcllcbury and I Opera Singer LilyPonsls Made Voter Taking FOR SI'l ARE KEADY NOW* ^•f^- v-,-^ ^ ./^ j*^e^+^-+ t Sweetheart J |I::K:K J Friend Husband | ^ j Pal J-Jroihcr J 31-00 : Others SKI.KCT Til KM NOW MAIL BEFORE OCTOBER 15TH . Tin- Curd mul Ciil't Shop SWEENEY'S s^xTo^v STORE Catherine Roff Personnel Course At Radcliffe College . Ciimbi-idgo, Mixiss., Sept. .1.1— Mis. Catherine Kofi", daughter ot Mr and Mrs. Henry C. Rot'f. 29 George street, Naugaluck, is working ii the Kaythfon Company, Newton Mass., as a part of liur field worl< in the Training 1 Course in Personnel Adir.iniscrution at Kadclifl'c Cailo^e. ICuuh member of the 30-mor.th course must yain first hand knowl- ;dne of human problems by work- tig dnrinir twu field work ]>ei'iocU n such organization's as a fac- ciry, a ^'overnnient npcncy, n tic partmenl store or a hospital. Miss Roff entered the Personnel Course last July and has been enrolled for the past two months in advanced courses and seminars ir. personnel problems at Harvard University and Kadcliffe College. Missionary Group Met With Mrs. Van Viandren Mrs. Corneiius Van Viandren of RuMw avenue was hostess to the .Missionary >;roiip of the Women's society of the Methodist chui'ch Tuesday evening* at her homo. The stibjoc: of study was "The American Indian." Jegion Auxiliary To Attend Mass Mrs, Theresa Baglcy, president of the American Legion auxiliary, requests all members, if possible to attend .the Mass for three local servicemen at St. Hedwij-T's church at 9 o'clock' Saturday morning. Mrs, Edna Gladding Presides At Meeting The Church Activities Circle of the Naugatuck Methodist church held their monthly meet ins at the church this afternoon, with Mrs. Edna Gladding presiding. New Canaan, Sept. 1'4—(UP)— Radio and opera slur Lily Fons is a voter now. Miss Pona postponed the start of -a U-S-O. lour so she could take the elector's oath and become eligible .to vo.tc in November's election. . Earlier this week she tried lo arrange to become a voter in. absentia, so that she could start the U-S-O tour on time, but l,he deputy attorney general said she would have to appeal- before town registrars in peri.'jn. Her husband, orchestra leader Andre Koatelanct/., who had sought the same favor, did not appear bo- e cnc registrars. Y. E C. A. Bowling And Gym Activities Will Start Soon Temperature Report \ •*+^++++-+++++$ Fish, Game Club Continues Planning For Junior Branch Choir Rehearsals Friday Evening The chciirs of St. Michael's Episcopal church will rehearse lomor- row evening. The boys will n.s- si-mbh' ;it 7 p. in., the pirls at 7:10 and the men at 7:30 o'clock. lIOI.lD.AV. •jpi-cll'iilly ; Th ri'iiitc I.'mcciln Slupi- will In- G'l.OSICI) Monday, Sept, .ISth and Tuesday, .Si'iX. Jutli. VSV re I our patrons lo plan aecordirii,-!,', Tlcmlc .von. of those large heavy gauge cclcl pack canners. Plans for the rormation of a juii- oi' group are progressing well, it s'as reported at a meeting of the «. T auk r at;ick Fish and Game club .t the town hall last night. The uggeslion of n junior club was -.ado last winter, but little action lias been taken since. A similar unit has been organ- ised in Bloomdeld and the local club will contact leaders for information of its charter. A junior sporting club will aid in lowering the rate of delinquency it was reported, hence tho local club's effort. Fred Baker, president of the local organization announced tha the club win get its first shipmcn of 300 male phcnsanls October 2 The hunting season starts Octobei 21. The shipments will contain 25 birds each. An additional 100 pheasants Js expected from the Htate, a numbci 2.1 fewer than that of last year The distribution on the par-; of the state, fish and game department has been reduced this year to ai clubs, it was reported. Mr. Bakei believes ihtu locul hunting will still be enjoyed. Several sites were .suggested for citib headquarters and a committee was appointed to investigate and report at the next meeting since the start of the war, the club has been un.'ible to use the land owned by the NuugntucU Water Co. on N'eu- 1-Inven road. Red Hermans was nailing- down everything in sight today includ- ng the little blacli dog "Judy," and he white cat ."Peter" that the Red cods every day, in preparation for he'hurricane that is expected to lit the state tonight. Red is even arrying 25 pound lead weights in every available pocket. / The temperature got a bit warmer this afternoon, muggy as heck, Red said. Midnight 66 3 a. m G7 6 a. m GS 0 a. m 70 Moon 7S 1 p. m 73 Bowling, leagues .at the Nauga- luclt Y. M. C, A. will start on Monday, October 2nd, Secretary Albert S. Cox announced today. Details of tho league are now being worked out and full details on the varir ous bowling events at the "Y" will i announced in The News within a short time the official indicated. Physical Director Fritz Klambt is looking forward to another big yuar with hs gymnasium classes at- the Y. M. C. A. it was also indicated here today. i The gymnasium. 1 schedule, it was stated', for the fall, winter and spring months is also being drawn up at the moment, and a.nnounce- mchls in this field will also take place in the near future. BEACON FALLS Pfc. J. Kiernan Reported Slightly Wounded In France Purple Heart Award On Way Home, He Writes; W. D. Sends Telegram have returned to the Ber base in California after spending te ndays at the home of his mother on Highland avenue. More Than 100 Boys "Y" Swimmers (Continued from Page 1) O— Weather Report I O : O Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island—Heavy rain tonight. Tomorrow cloudy with scattered showers. Winds of hurricane force and abnormally high tides along the coast with whole gales inland tonight and early tomorrow. Eastporl. to Block Island — Hurricane warnings displayed Block Island to Portland and southeast storm wurning-s north of Portland lo Eas'.port for southeast winds increasing lo SO m. p. h. Block Island io Porland and up to 60 m. p. h. north of Portland to Eost- port tonight and early tomoriw. President Of Women's Clubs Gives Address COLUMBIA CUP or Pressure Gun GEEASE 5 I,b, Can 33c LUNCH KIT ff»lils , FUEL STRAINER [^o r C •>*(>! I no mill Furl Oil. Kasily inslHllort. Complete w ' t li nrcr.ssnry f i t- ling.s. 69c POCKET KNIFE \Vith 2 stronpr, sliarp si or I Stromberg- Batteries For quick I,'»I<1 \YC1I tll- •IS plates. Heavy duty With old battery. $6.95 Groton. Conn., Sept. 3-1 — (UP)— The president of ll-.o Oencr.il Federation of Women's Clubs, Mrs. La- fr.'ll 'Dickinson, snys '.'it is up to i he \vomnn ol" 'he United Slates" to ".'H-jusc the nation to alertness." Spanking; at tho Nov.- England conference of State Federations of Woman's C'iubs, Airs. Dickinson poinlod to the fact womun have Ki'cator voting power than men this year. She called juvenile delinquency-; one of the major problems of \vj- fncn. She urged that while it was i ill rif, r ht for *vomen to po into i business or to take work outside I .heir homes, l.hc homes should be coked a.Ctcr first. Hurricane Warning Boston, Sept. l-l—(UP)—Hurricane warnings were hoisted from Block Island, Rhode Island, to Ea.stport, Maine, at 9 a. m. today and winds- up to SO miles an hour were predicted by the weather bureau which said that if the storm I strikes New England its first ot-1 fects will bo felt along the southern coasts late this afternoon. The weather bureau asked that rfctnils of tho hurricane be given the fullest distribution by radio broadcasting ' stations. The complete text of tho weather bureau's warning 1 follows: "j-'njsL hurricane warnings 9 a. m. Block Island to Portland ar.d southeast storm warning's north of Portland to Eastport, Winds will ncrease along the Connecticut, Rhode'' -Island and southeastern Massachusetts coasts late today and over the remainder of the New England coast tonight. Reaching up SO miles per hour Block Island to Portland and up to CO miles per lour north of Portland late tonight and Friday mornnig. These warn- ngs arc in connection with the hurricane now only a short dis- anco of Cape Hottcras and niov- ng northward. Full and complete irecautior.s should bo taken against lestructivc winds and extremely •h tides in southern New Eng- and tonight and in southern and northern New England late to- light and tomorrow. ouple Files Wedding 1 Intentions Joao Miranda, 73 Arch street, and Laura Barrcqniero, 175 Maple street, filed inler.tions of marriage at the office ot Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. No date has been set for the wedding. Af- WltX Now Haven. Sept, M— (Up) ei' :SiJ years of service in the •lay en police dcphrtmcnt, Captain Walter L. Stanford is retiring. He lad been a captain for 20 years. Too Late To Classify JI.ACK coal r:inj,'« for wile. Model Glonwood "E", complete with hot water front. Dial S'177.. I'KE-WAK Tric.vcN.' wnnhxl for 3- year-old cliild. Dial 3519. FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING- METAL FUNNELS 9c hnusoliolrt itr-m of many I Norwash Shoe Store • BUY \VAll BOXDS AND STAMT9 FIAKD PIE CRUST YOU'D S/yVE YOURSELF a lot of worry and be more certain of. success at every baking by making your pie crusts • with precision-mixed Flako. And it's so easy to use—just add water, roll'ah liam Humphries, ' Wade Holland, James Hennessey, Donald Hodman, Richard Hedman, Donald Hcancus, Donald Hauley, Jan Kelly, Ziggy Kobylenski. Jack Knapp,George Leonard, Ernest Legault, John Laskey, Francis Lufo. Also Robert Mitchell, John Miller, George Mitchel. Anthony MJele, Edward McElroy, Matin Mcisasz, Charles Mascola, Anthony Martinez, Johr. Malerba, Joseph Mih- iilk.i, Manuel M.-jtos, William Males, James McC.inn, George McAuliffe, Jamu sNolan, John Xori, Felix rs'.ii'delio, Leonard Ollcro.' Steven O'Ncil, Steven Palmer, John Piccili. Also Steven Pecka, Joseph Pav- lomski, Edward Paiva, Ronald Pi- chulo, Robert Quigley, George Rice, Daniel P^enxoni, Louis Rug- gori, Robert RockJiill, Patrick Reynolds, Frank . P.usKell, Lawrence Rockhill. John Doiand, John Scan- Ion. William Schoithe, and Robert Smith, Also William Stinson, Edward San Angclo, Robert Sastino, Joel Salagns, Charles V c s t, Arthur Vagi., Edward Wester, Robert Wooster, Walter Wozniak, -oseph Whiddon, Robert Williams, Don Williams, E<hvard Zimmer, and 1 Robert Zchndor. The War department notified Mr and Mrs. Conleth Kiernan of Fels par avenue last night that Iheii son Pfc. John Kiernan, 19, was slightly wounded in action in Dunce August 30. No details were given in the War department telegram. Mrs. Kiernan, however, received a letter Tuesday from her son, saying that he was sending home a Purple Heart Award which he received recently. The soldier did not say how badly he was founded or whether he was, at the present, in a hospital. The letter was dated September 3. . Overseas since April, 191-1, the soldier served with the Cth" Ranger Battalion. Ho transferred to the Rangers while in England after serving in the regular U. S, infantry. He is .1 machine gunner. He'entered the service in April 1943, and received his basic training at Camp Blanding, Florida, and later was shipped to Camp Robinson, Ark. He also spent n. short, time at J'ori Meade, Md., prior to -iis embarking overseas. He landed n France the latter part of June with the Rangers. He attended Naugatuck high school and the Bridgeport Trade school. He was employed by the U .S. Rubber Co. in the Beacon Falls plant prior to his entrance into the Army. Staff-Sgt. and Sirs. I/ouis Bedicnt Sailor On Leave Here S 1-c Chnrlea Maluszcwski, USX, is spending a 17-day shore leave with his parents, Mr. and MV«. Alec Matuszewski of Railroad avenue. He"is serving as a member of tho armed guard aboard a Liberty ship. He has visited various ports in the Mediterranean sea, and also in the Xcar East, including Pcraia. R. D. dub Meet* Sept. 21. The R. D. club will hold its Hrst meeting of the winter season at the new remodeled club room Wednesday nig-ht, September 20, at 8 p. m. Gene Impcrato, president of. the group urges al! members to attend the session as all plans for the winter season will be discussed. There are a few vacancies in the club and anyone wishing to join is iskcd to contact Mr. Impcralo or Albert C. Mcnnillo. Refreshments will be served at ..he conclusion .of the meeting. !f ow Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkiilir.c non-acid) powdcr.'holds false tecih ~iorc firmly. To nat and talk in more comfort, just spi-;nk)e a little 'ASTEETH on your plates. No ummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeing-. Checks "plate odor" (denture reath). Got FASTEETH at any t ~ Gifts of Lasting Beauty ^F _-• The real joy in selecting s. gift Is the feeling it will be liked. Here at dyne's ... a step from Enchange Place ... we specialize in sure-to- plcs.se gilts in glass, statuary, pictures.' •Just a few steps from Exchange PI.' A •». MEATS-FISH-GROCERIES- FRUITS AND VEGETABLES BACK TO SCHOOL FOOD SALE! GROWING CHILDREN NEED NOURISHING FOODS ;£ Get Them At Your Neighborhood Fulton Market and Save! ( NUTRITIOUS MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS Fresh Dressed For Roasting 4 to 5 Ib. avg 1 . For Broillnff 2',i Ib. avgr. CHICKENS GRADE "A" FOWL STRIP BACON 46 41* 29* SLICED CALVES LIVER «. 69* 33' In The Piece Hb Ib 12 oz Can CANNED SPICED HAM: MOR-PREM-SNACK TREET-TANG-BLACK HAWK | FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SALE | FRESH ITALIAN PURPLE PRUNES Ib. 15c FANCY MaclNTOSH APPLES BARTLETT PEARS LARGE NATIVE ELBERTA PEACHES . 2 2 2 Ibs Ibs Ibs I5c 29c PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND TURNIPS SELECTED" SWEET POTATOES . V. S. NO. 1 NATIVE m POTATOES 5 A . S »* u* A4 A 21 C r QUALITY FULTON GROCERIES AT SAVINGS! DEL MONTE I Ib COFFEE Vacuum Jar POST'S RAISIN BRAN w CHEF BOYARDEE Regular SPAGHETTI DINNER SEALECT EVAP. MILK - 11* "S." 1 29c Tall BLUE MOON A Real Treat 4 ot CHEESE SPREADS . .CUP JUNKET RENNET TABLETS «* CLAPP'S STUAINED A BABY FOODS O*>rs CLAPP'S CHOPPED JUNIOR FOODS '" 15c 10c 24c lie AROMA TEA BALLS...... Pkg. of 48 .. 39c FOR LAUNDRY OCTAGON SOAP THE TASTIEST HOT CEREAL MALTEX KILLS FLIES ,v:, • , FLIT SPRAY ... BEARDSLEV'S SHREDDED CODFISH . . . . CLEANS WINDOWS QUICKLY WINDEX . Quart Botti e 22c 33c WILBEKT'S NO-RUB WAX" FRISBIES FRESH APPLE PIE SUNMAID SEEDED . ; RAISINS . . . . . BRER RABBIT GREEK LABEL MOLASSES For Salads—For Cookinr WESSON OIL i< Ktf. Kc 15c Pint J*M.«. 57 C

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