Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 15, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 15, 1944
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 Personal NAUGAtUCK DAILY NEWS Page Three Social Birthday Of Tricia Hale Is Celebrated Tin' MOVi'nth tnt-Uulny of Trlcla daughter of Mrs. Lois I.-'.. •At -Maple' street, was cole- li'ri'i'il yosti'iMay afternoon at her homo with a l>ariy. ,\ iiitmlvr <•>'• her li:l!o friend.-; u-i'iv ptvsont, includini; Phyllis |.[,. r r.HMiut. Ui-tty Ann Joxi'l'li, June CJiiM-U'lsoii. r.arbara Smith. Clicrle l\Vi.i.i. Alice Glynn, htarold Joneii, J:inifs :inil Alice Gibbons, Cynthia.. Uium nful Ho/Kilil Lciijiyrl, Sewn Hronnnn, Arliru 1 . Xeal. Gerald n.-i.l IxmiK Ift'i;:n.'!!.ii>y and Buddy James Hanley Entertains On 16th Birthday James Hanley celebrated his :IClh birthduy Wednesday os'uiilng at his home on Ctirtiss street by entertaining a number of friends. Attending were: Manuel Alberta, Anthony .Lawrence Wayne .Rlicin- hart. Kenneth KoaianoVf, Annul Fjiwrenco, Joseph Kopp, Donald Lleauciimp, .Rayn oriel Caron, Fred Sokoloski. Harry Brandion and Doimld JSvou, 21-I'l-c. .'•liver CCHN <* CUttMTtJ Knivi's, 7.95 Jane G. Wyatt Competes Course At Medical Center Miss Jane G. Wyatt has cnmplet- i-rl hi'i- course oi' training at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Ci-mu-r, New York city, ,-itid i.s spending n. month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wyat: of Walnut street. During- World produced 11.700 airplanes. ir I the V. S. CHRISTMAS CARDS FOK OV.KKSK.AS ARE READY NOW! Sweetheart Husband Brother Friend Pal Others Til 701 .VOU MAIL BEFORE OCTOBER 15TH' Tin- Card ;iml Gift Simp SWEENEY'S sT\^oSv STORE Local Teachers Entertained By Mrs. R. J. Hughes Mrs. Raymond J. Hughes, a former teacher of Rubber Avenue school, recently entertained ttVe teaching -faculty of Naugatuck at an outdoor supper at her home/on Sotithview street. Those attending were: Mae Cul!en, FlOrena'Reilly, Cell Reynolds, Ann DowJinsr, Nellie Kiernan, Pauline .Smith, Catherine Duffy, Mary Pen rose, Elizabeth Neni-y, .Helen King, Sally Bcurdsley, Virginia Smith, Mary Donahue, Helen Balinskj. Florence O'Loughlin, Music, Dancing Enjoyed At ; Surprise Party A surprise parly was held Wednesday evening- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Holm of Oxford. Thomas l^cilly of Union City played Irish jigs and polkaa on the accordion. Dancing was enjoyed and refreshments served. Vocal solos were sung by M,il- drud C. Galvin. Dorothy Callalmn,, and Allies MeNamara. Ann Ackerman, Jane MyNumara and Phyllis; StuulTcr played selections on the jinno accompanied by Leslie Stauf- 'er on the drums, ' >• , Those present were Mary Strom, Mary Wilcox. Ethel M, Kenncy, ! Miss Ann Daly, Mi*. Ray Ruccio, Helen McCarthy, Esther Daltmi, I Mrs. Ann' Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Lenorc Leary. Florence McCarthy, I Arthur Holm, Miss Mildred.Galvin, Gcnevievc Gorman and Mary Me- j Mrs. Vivian Stauffer. ' : • C:L ' Uiy ' ' Also, Leslie Staffer, Miss Jane McNnmnra, Thomas Keilly, Phyllis Stuuffcr, Herbert Fray, Miss Bobbie Hub be] I, Daniel Fisnni, Edward Collins, M'rs. Dorothy Callahan and -Mrs. Agnes McNamani, RallyDayOf Methodist Church School, Sept. 24 The annual Rally Day of 'the church'school of the Naugatuck Methodist church will take place Sunday, September. 24. Sessions will start at the usual time, 9:15 a. m. Departmental (promotions and a special service of dedication will be part of the program- at the 11 o'clock service. Mr. and Mrs. Robert MacFarland are In charge of the program-"and Raymond Yarrison of the promotions. Parents and friends are Invited to attend. The plans for Rally Day were made at a meeting held September 12th at the home of. Marshall Long, 25 Dayton road. Rev. J. T. Butler Named Pastor Of Portland Church Crusader Post Auxiliary To Attend Mass Members of the Crusader pos uixilku-y are asked to attend the military Mass at St. Heclwijv's church tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. It will be in honor of three local servicemen killed in action. Ncna Culver Enrolled At Lasell Jr. College Miss IS'oati Culver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Culver of fill High street. IcfL yesterday for Auburndule. Mass., where she will outer 2.,sise]l Junior college, Donald Pleming Leaves For Sampson Donald Fleming, son of IVfr. ani! Mrs. John Fleming of May street, who recently enlisted in the Navy, left today Tor his recruit truining at the Xaval Center, Sampson, >r. Y. .rhel Mack KrsliU-r 43 Center-Street ' Phono 3-15-12 Pot-Luck Supper For St. Michael's Guild A pot-luck supper for St. • Mi- chnci's Guild will be held Monday at G p. m. .it the homo of, Mrs. Wallace Nobie of Field street. Each member is requested lo briny a covered-dish, plate, cup and scr- s'ico for one. If stormy, the supper will be held in the parisli house. Husband Gets Promoted To Sere-cant Mrs. A. Linone of Hill street has received word from her daughter, Theresa D'Avorso of Stai-kc, Fla., thac her husband has been promoted to sergeant. Ho is stationed at camp Blanclin™, FJa. Ladies' Aid Of. : • Immanuel Lutheran Church Plans Rummage Sale The Toadies' Aid society of the Jmmanuel Lutheran church held u successful meeting Wednesday evening:. Refreshments were sci-ve-il following it by Mrs. Pauline Rad- csk and Mrs, Anna Luschenat. Plans were made for a rummage sale to be held in the church hall Oet. !l9 and 20. Mrs. Elsa Kram- petx w:is appointed publicity chairman. Rev. James T. Butler, Naugatuck native and a graduate of Naugatuck schools where he was a prominent athlete, and very well known here, has been appointed to the pastorate ot the Church of St. Mary at Portland. Rev. Butler had been pastor of St Joseph's church, Chester for the post eight years. Rev. Butler has two brothers here, Wr. William J. Butler and. Edward Butler. Father Butler was born here, Oct. 13, 1887. He attended. St. Francis' parish school and Naugatuck high school. Graduated from St. Thomas' seminary, he was sent to St. Mai-yls, Baltimore, for his ma-" jor seminary course. He completed this at the Catholic university, Washington. Bishop Nilan ordained him in 'Hartford on Dec. 21, 1918. He was assistant at St. Francis Xavicr church, Waterbury, from 1919 to J031, and at St, Mary's, New pointmont as pastor of St. Joseph's London, from 3931 until his ap- church, Chester, in 1936. Rev. Butler's appointment was announced by Most Rev, Maurice F. McAuliffc, D, D., bishop of the Hartford diocese. Lorraine's Master Tailored Sharkskin William Smith At Naval Training- Center William Smith, son of Mr. and -Trs. Henry J. Smith of -May street las started his recruit training a| ho U. S. jN'av.-i) Tr;i.inir.g Center; Sampson, ?\'. Y. '' Brownies'' To Have Hot Dog Roast The "Brownies" of N.iugatuck will start their Fall activities tomorrow. The three Troops will hold a hot dog roast in the yard of the home of Mrs. W. Glenn Kirby, 25 Sweeney street, beginning at H:30 a. in, Games and songs will bo enjoyed. The leaders arc Mrs, Philip E. Rice, Troop 57; Mrs. Thomas F. Lynch, Troop 5G; and Mrs. Norman Rain Causes Blast On Fire Whistle A short circuil owing to heavy rains caused the fire ala7-m whis- lie to blow a blast yesterday afternoon, it was reported this morning. The fi:'e department extinguished a fire at the home of P. F. N.-a.-jl- ixes, 118 Ward street, later ir. the afternoon. The fire, caused by a short circuit, • "did little damage, firemen said. Jewish New Year Starts Sunday Eve. The Jewish Now Year, Rosl Hashanah, which marks the be nine of the season for pcnitcnc- Wood, Troop 58. In case of rain, | in lho Jcwish ca iendar,' will begin the affair will be postponed for a Sunday , lt sunt iown. The Hoh week. Back The Invasion Buy More Bonds! 0t*Z> th rz?" W^' HZ*?" ^s^^jy"' --^ Wo wish to thank our ever increasing clientele for their, patronage during the past seven years and pledge otu-afh'c.s to continue to bring- you the finest maple furniture 1 available . . . majite 1'urnitiire that is not only individual in its styling but also superior in quality. K you arc rr.aple minded we surest you come in and make your selection from the largest display of .solid maple fiirr.iturc in \Vaterbury. ££»?& ii-i-.~**- F;:*;. I'W MAUGATUCK RANGERS C.S.G. V .R. Sunday School Sessions Start At St. Michael's The first session of the Sunday school of St. Michael's Episcopal church will be held in the parish house next Sundav at 9:30 a. m. Corp. Guclakis have charge of the Rangor detail a.t St. H c d w i g'ri church Saturday The special detail for Saturday afternoon will report at Schildgen's Grove at 1:00 j>, m. All roads lead to-Naugatuck and the Third Battalion outing, Sun day at Schildgen's Grove. Rangers who can arc requested to report there at 9:00 a. m. Marian Wyatt Enters University Of Connecticut Miss Marian L. Wyatt of Walnut street has entered the school of engineering at the University of Connecticut, Storrs. days will end at sundown on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement Sop!.. 20, lasting until sundown the following day. Services will be held in Waterbury synagogues to observe the holy days, starting Sunday. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Store Clo>ed >'e.\t Monday nnd Tuesday For Keliglous Holidays D. LIEBERMAN CHURCH STKEKT 32- 95 Very broad in the shoulders . . . very narrow in the hips ... a slim sliver of a skirt. Adroitly man-tailored for Lorraine 10054; Wool Sharkskin that discourages wrinkles, needs no coddling Sizes 10 to 20. SUITS SECOND FLOOR Back the Attack — Buy Bonds Capt. F. Baker has issued special orders thai, all Rangers' report, with full equipment, at the sound of tfic V-Duy signal. Lt. J, W, Thompson. SO'LUIEll AIDS IlOMliFRONT Pratt, (U P) — "Lend-least; lid a right-about-face recently vliun Sgt. Ben.ny Maymird, rend- ng in an American paper over- ieas thru ping pong balls were icui-co here, shipped a supply to he locnl Chamber of Commerce, vlaynard is stationed' in England vherc I here IK no .shortage of the (.•creation equipment. FIRST STEP I IN EASY WALKING- No-.v On Display! Complete Selections of Solid Rock Maple DINETTES • BEDROOM SETS • KITCHEN SETS • OCCASIONAL PIECES OTHER 5IYIIS $ 5To*650 Luxor ) —-^-T-^— t Norwash Shoe Store I'UK-\VAK SPRINGS and MATTRESSES.' VOUJl HOME BAKJCBY!.! 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