Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 20, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Three Personal •— Social—Fraternal Margaret Cherry Tendered Shower By Pat Robinson Miss M'iirxmvt Chen-y nf 17 Hltfli- liuul Ciivli 1 , who is to bo nuuTied -1,101! to Arthur John.ton, foi'iuiu- 1-i'siiU'n!, now In the U. S. Marino Curi'S. "'a* honoi-rd at a ahowor rii-lil r-i-i-i'tilly :it the homo of Pa- t:-U'i:i Kobinsun. -'- Cliff sti'ciH.- (.lifts inc-Iiult-cl su-riing silver fmrl n UtK-h'Ti ,ihowi>r. A buffet lunch Attending uvre: Mrs. ,1ohn Sim- im>n>. Ml:1 - Wugciu- Kollly, Mrs. i-Muin (Vinrkr, .Mi-s. Churios t'og- nrty. M's. tU-rtii;in Surulsti-om, ML-ISCSI Anna Xoltlo, 10,'hol Slm- iiinti!'. lii't'tnuli. 1 OemcUi', Mnl-y. Mfi- ionc, ,1am 1 O'Oonm-'ll, Kuth Soni-r- st:uS;<'M. .luslinr O'Dtmnoll, Kk-iui- ,n- UliSM'll. Mm-jcjrie Miller, Kltu Ki-lly. KlU-n Donnelly, Mnrle Sul- t;ul!i. Ann llrcnmm. Nona Culvur, Om.-'iiiiii't 1 I'fnrriSf, Sfiirli\v Miller. Ann MiUJiiti.". I'litrlc'ia '.'.Uiblnson, iirul M.'-.-i. Alii'c Exobinson. Tailored, Slip Large Delegation OfRebekahsAt Neighbors' Night A liiri;i bian K O. !•'., Sylvan rvi-ni /!;. tli-lcgatum from Colum- -h<-k:ih lndg<<, N'o. 35, T. G. tti-nd'-d neighbors' night :it ii'djr' 1 . Si-ymour, Monday '111' 1 ,--''-*' wi-iv 5ilsn prrsent from N*'w : Iiivi-n. AnNoniu, and U'utfrbiir.v, •',.u-!i liul^i.- t-cn-iU'llHiteil a number u :l-.-- rnterUiinmeitt witl-, Mrs. .ly.-t'.i- !I<itchki.i:i of '•nilriiiik; a [>iano solo, fjn-iil riu-nibcrs of tho lodge whoi ti,.-i.l.-il wen 1 : Mi-s. t.ouiso VoogeliJ - 4t - v ' Mis. .V'-liii.- Ijiwton. ilrs. Johanna j looking, U'riito Mr.-*. B.-ibi-tto Antl.-rson. Mrs. | lhal C!ul I.ori-lln N't-wman. Mrs. Sully Robin-! xnn, .Mrs. Myrtle Ho:chkiss. | Also, Mi's. Tonia Anderson, Mra.j Kriirna V.'igt, Mrs, Marlon Jon- '. nine's. Mrs. Lillinn Johti.-'-on, Mrs. I K!'-;ir.u:- Monroe, ^rrs. Laura Peter-. 1 .ion, M:-^. Rosalie Travel-, Mrs. Ednai Olmlding, Mrs, Borthti Huband,. ; M:-s fli-raldini- Truver and Mrs. '. Kate Hopp. J'ATTKUX lilli For heavier -figures, this tailored slip with its built-up shoulders will he exceedingly comfortable rind smooth-fitting. With the pinny shown, you'll have a goocl- Founder Of 0, E. S, Will Be Honored Thursday Tlu'i-..' '.vill be a regular meeting of Kvei-i;rcen chapter O. JC. S. Xo "2. nt M:.sonic temple, Thursdaj .-vi-n:r.L-. Si-ptember 21st. at S p. m .Mis. Hannah Hesis, worthy matror will joresid,-?. At this mooting 'n <•• will l»i pi'^sunted in honor of Kohort Morris, founder the Order, and .'L 1 is rt-fiiit-sr.ed. a large atlund- Daughters Of Isabella Meet Thursday Night Kennedy Circle. Daughters o; f.s.-idelta, will mec-t Thursday evc- :ii,TU :it S o'clock in Hibernian .'i.i.'I. Afi.-mbors having books are nsld-d to t-iiturn them at the meet- Ing. Mrs. B, Mackin, president, M-iil preside. F.'RSTSTEP IN EASY WALKING- Norwash Shoe Store pi'ncticat underwear sot 3o made in satins, crepes, or cottons. Make .the slip in dark j fabrics for wear Under sheer • dresses. ! Barbara Bell Pattern No. 121G i is designed for si'/.es 3G, 3S, -10, -12, ! •!•(, -10. -IS, 50 and 52. Size 3S slip (high sh-juldor) and parity require •1 l-.S yards of 39-inch material. Plan your fall clothes now; The ne«" full and winter pattern book, "Passing in Review" is now read;, —contains 32 pages of the top hits In clothe? the boys in uniform ad mii'i.—"Date" frocks, street wear- sportswear, clothes to wear on the homo front—snappy school clothes for- juniors and children. Price 10 con is. For this pattern, send 20 cents in coins, your name, address, pattern "number- and size wanted to Barbara Bell, Naugatuck Dailv News, Post Office Box 99, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. Local Union Official Weds In Seymour A weckling of interest to many employes of the U. S. Rubber Co. football plant here took place on Saturday in Seymour when Mrs. Stella Dercn Segul, secretary and treasurer of Local 45, United Rubber Workers of America here, was married to George J. Geier of Boston. The marriage took place nt the residence of .the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bronislaw Deren o!'. 201 Cedar street with Justice of the Peace George R. Owen' om- cialing. Mr. Geier, who Is the - son of Charles J, Goier -is the International representative of the United Rubber Workers oC America' for this district. The bride, who was given- in marriage by her father, wore a struct length dress of blue velveteen with- round shirred neckline!, and a Dubonnet ostrich tiara with .shoulder length veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses and gladioli. .MUs M a r-y Belcinski, the bride's-attendant, wore a similar dress with bows in her hair and carried a bouquet of red roses and white gladioli. The best man was Joseph Urgovich, representative ol' the United Rubber Workers of America. C. I. O. Guests were present from Boston, Somerset, Mnss., Now York, Now Jufauy and towns in the Nau- gutuck valley, ' Following a wedding ,'rip to Now York, tho couple will be at homo lifter October 1st at Glen- brtok Apartments ir. Naugatuck. Schoolgirl Smart Set Slip Of Paper Is One Of Allies' Potent Weapons ' Washington, Sept. .20— w ( UP}—One of'the most potent Allied weapons in (.lie drive through Germany—is a slip of paper—shot into Nazi positions. -.- ^ •• •;••• • • • The paper Ts a. safe conduct pass —bearing surrender instructions for German soldiers and-guaranteeing proper treatment or war prisoners. • Officials of the- Office, of War Information say these papci >, are' inducing great 'numbers 'Of German•-soldiers 'to surrender us Allied prisoners of war. - The -"Germans have boon known to fight savagely be- tween''themselves'for- possession of one ol these passes, which they hide in their shoes and elsewhere on their person to conceal them from theii- officers." . The ,OWI reports that more than 05 per cent of a group of German . prisoners recently admitted they I had read—and accepted as true the contents of the British American propaganda pamphlets. Canine,Tribute To Comrade Quiet tribute is paid <o I'fc. "Skipper," » Marine Corps. <log killed during a Jap charge: on Giiimi, by his hniidy I'fc. "Butch." Skipper was OIK: of /our marine dogs lout in :ic,-tir»i on the island and a special cemetery lias heen si;t aside for these canine heroes, (International) Man Gets Stay On Charge Of Beating Wife 1'ATTKHN '>'<i. IIMI10 Mrs, Marjorie Brodeur Hostess Today To Golden Gleaners Mrs. Mnrjorie Brodeur of Xew Havun road was hostess today ;it the all-day- mooting of the- Golden Gleaners n[ Uonaon Valley grange held at her home. Mrs. .Emma Mocckel, president, conducted the business session. William Brush, master oC Beacon Valley grange, will preside at the meeting of Pomona grange this evening nt 8 o'clock in Roxbury Grange hull. Bible Class To Hold Game Party At Umlauf Home The John Wesley class of the N'migntuck Methodist church will sponsor a game party for mom- jer's and friends at the home of Ur. and Mrs. Donald Umlauf, 122 Oak street, Saturday at S p. m, I Local Couple Observe Fourth Anniversary The fourth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Uacklund was observed recently at their homo, 23 Hjlicrest avenue. Guests attending tho celebration were: Mr. and Mrs. Victor- Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Piros, Air. and Mrs. Leonard Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bouteiller. Mr. and Mrs. Chu.rles Holmtts, Mrs. Ida Bncklund. Mr. and Mrs. tin Dipuhinski. Mr. and Mrs. Har-i ry Eloy and Mr. and Mrs. Einar j Johnson. I Any schcol-girl will like this gay Ijcanie and bag set. and it is so .vimply done iliat she can make it for hurscJf, Pattern envelope contains cuL- out designs for each patch or pattern: also full directions. Our C0-p;igc multicolored book Of Needle Arts containing t'ivo free patterns, nnd many other suggestions f-or drosing up your home and yourself is now available. Send your request for this book to the address listed b e 1 o w, enclosing twenty cents (20c.) in coins to cover the cost and mulling charges. Send 15 cents (coin) for Pattern No. RIUIG to Ntiugutuck Daily News. Needle Arts Dept., P.O. 172. Station D, Now York 3. N. Y. Please include your postal y.ono number, DegTee Rehearsal After Rebekah Meeting This Evening At 8 O'clock Daughter Born To Donald Linskeys Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Linskcy of Woonsocket. R. I., annoufice the birth of a daughter. Donna A-Inrio, Thursday, Sept. 1-ltli. at the W-jonsocket hor.pilr-.l. The baby was born during tho hurricane wljich swept this area tlml night, and the lighting system out the hospital at tho time. M Linskey is the son of Mrs. Nor Linskey and the late Dennis Lin skey. of Curl.iss street, and resided bore for many years befor moving to Woonsockct where h nus been a resident for the p, feu- yen rs. Mrs. EmmaVagt, noble grand oC j Columbian Robckah lodge, No. .35, 1. O. O. F., will preside at the meeting this evening in Odd Fellows' hall at S o'clock, A rehearsal of the Rebekah degree will be held after Mho meeting and Degree Muster Harold E. Newman requests a'.l officers, characters and choir members t_o be present.. Andrew Sargcant, -12, of 399 North Main street, Union City, received a continuance to September !iG in borough court this morning on .'L charge of assault. He was .arrested last night by Patrolmen George Kogut and John Hanley, after his wife claimed tha ho had beaten her and k t nocke< her down. Mrs. Sargcant was taken to St Mary's hospital where she wu? treated - for a possible fracture of the skull, laceration of the scalp and bruises about the arms and face. Her condition was "good" according to St. Mary's hospital authorities. Judge Thomas Neary presided in court. Fine Parley Of Service For Veterans (Continued from Pago 1) eran may need vocational guidance rind counseling before he decides what kind of employment is to be his life work. He may need further education, re-training, or advice 023 finiincial and home matters. The guidance and counseling and the referring of veterans to agencies Svea Lodge To Meet Thursday Arvid Anderson Returns To School Local Girls Return To St. Joseph College Miss Alice Clark, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of IVes street and Miss Arlciio Zehnder laughter of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Zehnder of Hillcrcst avenue IIIIVL •esumcd their studies at St. Jo scph's collcKC, West Hartford. tfrs Linskey In Woonsocket, R, I.. Ill \ AM" SAVi: AT Till': Highland Grocery 92 HIGHLAND AVE, KAIill. I'r ..... \ YOL'l; JIOMK U.-\ KKKV.' CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street Special Meeting-Of Crusader Post Auxiliary A spncial meeting of Crusade post auxiliary will bo held tomoi row evening at S o'clock at th post rooms, Rubber avenue. Al members are urged to attend. Robert Cock To Enter School In New'Haven Robert N. Cooke, son of Mrs Ellen Wigglesworth Cooke ofHigl .street will enter l.hc Senior schoo of Hopkins Grammar school ii New Haven on Monday, Sept. 25. Trcop 7, Boy Scouts, Meets Thursday Troop T, Boy Scouts, will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock St. Michael's parish house. CHRISTMAS CARDS TDK SKNDING OVEHSKAS ARE READY^ NOW! Sweetheart f""» CE Friend Husband \ i Brother ] a ' IiICE lOc TO $1.00 Pal Others SKUiCT THEM NOW MAIL BEFORE OCTOBER 15TH The Curd and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S sT^oSS* STORE Mrs. Nora Linskey of Curtiss street is spending several days in Woonsocket, R. J., as tho guest ol her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Donald JLinskcy of that city. Orange Couple Visitors Here Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mchigcn of Orange, former Naugatuck residents, wore recent visitors in the borough. Mr. Mohigcn holds 11 responsible position in tho storotyp- ing department of the Bridgeport Herald. Local Residents Now In New Jersey , Mrs. Howard Olson of Hillside avenue and . Mrs.. Edward Jlrilly of Olive street Ire spending several days in Maplcwood, N. J., ns the guests of Mr. nncl Mrs. William Haggerty, former local residents. Rhoads-Plumb Wedding-, Sept. 30 .Invitations have been issued for the wedding of Miss Patricia Ann lumb to Robert James Rhoads, Saturday, Sept. 30th, at 4 p. m. n St. Michael's church. Frank 0. Erickson, Helen C, Crosby- Announce Marriage Arvid Anderson, son of Mr. nncl Mrs. Arvid J. Andorsor. of 137 New street, left yesterday for Andovcr. Mass., where- he will resume his studies at Phillips academy. Svoa lodge, No. 2-i, O. of V. will ld a regular meeting on Thursday night at S o'clock in Pythian hull. President Oscar T. Anderson announced today. A discussion of the plans for tho District meeting of the order which will be held at New Britain on September 30th will take place on Thursday and all membiu-s of the group are asked to be present. President Anderson and David Lorcntson will represent the local lodge at the District meeting. MANY DKS.KKTKRS Sept. 20—(UP)—Tho ro- ficc of the War Ship- udministralion says tho.t a Doston gionai o •ping clrivc is umlor way to alien seamen who have jumpe ship in American ports. The W S-A estimated that there are abou 0,000 deserters of every United Na tion nationality now in coa-sta areas. The shipping officials sai< dcsci-tors apprehended are given the clraicu of being deportee or rei:urnir.g to ships of their own countries. DIED SUDDENLY Newton. Mass., Sept. 20—(UP)—j Police _ Chief Michael T. Hughen of New'trm Js at Toledo, Ohio. Hughes apparently died of heart disease after collapsing at a meeting of the Fedcral'Communications Commission. The Newton police head was 05 years old. He had gone t.o,tjie FCC meeting to protest a proposed change in the Newton .police radio wave length. Chief specialising Ln facilities for the solution of his problems is the "human engineering' 'service provided by the Stale Re-Employment Commission and Veterans' Advisory Committee, by whom the Nau- gutuck organization, "Service foi Veterans," is recognized as U:e official local ngency. "It is the purpose of "Service for Veterans" to serve Che returning service man or woman in every way possible. We -'eel that the problems which confront our veterans fall into five groups. "First, he or she will be interested in securing a position. Perhaps he prefers to return to his old job. Maybe he has not worked nc! seeks his first job. Or. he may have learned now skills and may acquired new ambitions.! Then again, he may have beer, in- ..errupted in his education nnd wishes to complete high school, vocational courses, to graduate 'rom college, or lo pursue pro- 'essional degrees." "The federal and Suite governments have established agencies ind have designated existing agencies to serve in various phases of he rc-cmployment activities. It k'ill be our function to find out .ich veteam's problem, to advise lim as to the various ways i-hich it. may be-solved, and, knowing tho function of each agency, to refer him to thai agency which conccn.tru.tos its efforts on the fa- cililies which ho requires. "The second type of problem A Nice Model Frank O. Erickson and Miss lelcn C. Crosby of Naugatuck an- oiince their marriage, which took ..lace Saturday, Sept. 9,- 194-1, in bedding, Conn. The Ganges canal' consists of bout 1.000 miles of main channels nd ahout 3,000 miles of secondary channels. Tho attractive two-piece swim suit being worn hy sliupcly Opal .Crcffg ;it I.os Angeles, U one of the newer styles that will be seen lit- }tc:ic)>c>i (luring the coining .Wilson. It Is made of cclanese Imwkskin and IK a combination of lieigc und gol<| print. (In tor- national). which returning service people may encounter is that of home adjustlmeiu: finding a house or .ipartmenl. to rent if they wish to assemble tho family which may hove boon scattered because of war conditions: purchasing a home, a farm or a small business. He m;iy have problems of adjustment in relations ,ind child care and adjustment. Here again, 30 years. He became chief in 1930. it is our function to discover his round -up ' Hughes served the 'department: for problem, to 'know the facililies available through all co-opcraling agencies, and to refer him to that agency which can most adequately deal with the problem presented. "This third type of difliculty ma> be in securing financial assisl- ance for the starting -of a business, .the purchase of a home, 1'or hospitalization, compensation, education, re-training, or for emergencies of short duration. It is the function of "Service f.or Veterans" lo know the laws regarding financial aid and re-habilitation for veterans and to direct him accurately and quickly to the agency designed by the federal. State, or local govern m en i for the aid which be requires and deserves." "The fourth adjustment which the veteran needs may be along the religious and moral side of life. In such CU.KOS, we plan to consult with the pastor, the priest, or rabbi of ihe ciitu'ch of his choice and with social agencies serving this area. "Thus far, we have nnlicipated the veteran in his relation to his job, his finances, his home and his church. There remains a fifth problem which, seems to be the immediate function of "Service for Veterans" in Naugatuck — that-of providing a community-wide recreational p.'-ogram. Through 1his program we expect to entourage ipproved hobby groups, game und sports lessons and tournaments, dances, arts and crafts, public spcakins: and dramatics., These recreational activities will be sponsored by "Service for Veterans" —not by organizing them—but by acting in an advisory capacity. seeing a need, co-ordinating var- Brazilian Envoy To Washington Denies Reports Washington, Sept.- 20—CUP)— The Brazilian amba.HKador to Washington denies recent rumor* of internal trouble in Brazil. The BrixKilian ambassador Btty« —to use his words—"T'here in not a single clement of truth" in the rumors. Ordinarily, such denials arc Issued by Ihc ambassador himself. Em; this time, the Suite department took the unusua! step of making public the denial after receiving it from the :imh:ix»ador. And the denial was issued a short lime after Secretary of State Hull denounced the rumors us coming from busybodies and troublo-mak- c.'-s. According- to these rumors, cable wires from Brozil had been. cut as a result of disturbances inside the country. Temperature Report Red Hermans sees a silver lining for the weather tomorrow, aftor Inc clouds rid themselves of. som« more moisture today. The redhead doesn't care at all' about the weather, and is happy no matter what turns or trends the climate tako*. Give Rusty a horse that can ba ridden ,some tobacco that can bo smoked, and a barn with an orchestra that can be danced in, and that's all that's necessary.. Tho thermometer recording today w^a pretty steady, as the indicator moved in an almost perfect arc until 9 a, m. Midnight ............ <5S 3 a..jn ................ 68 6 a, m ............... 68 9 a. m ............... 69 74 74 I p. m ious existing groups, and bringing together those individuals who desire a certain form of recreation with that organisation or group which cun and will provide the activity desired." "Tho community recreation program is planned to meet the requirements of three groups: the teen-age young people, the returning servicemen and women, and, later, the displaced war-worker. "Service for Veterans" is operating with four well-defined policies in mind. First, all existing agencies will be culled upon 10 co-opcrrue and every effort will be made to avoid any duplication between agencies or between "Service for Veterans" a:id any other agency. "Second, the veteran will be encouraged to accept his position in he community as a full-fledged citizen and there will be no ot-, tempt to establish special recrea-. tion and education projects designated "For Veterans Only." "Third, each veteran wili^Te urged to view his life in terms of permanency—not just today's problem of getting a job ior this week, or this month—but of planning his work, his home, his finances, Jiia insurance and his spare-time activities on a permanent, long- range basis. "Fourth, all conferences and interviews arc to remain in the confidence of "the -office administrator so that each applicant may have the assurance that problems in "bis life will not be discussed except to the agency which may take the case and then only those facts -which are absolutely necessary for the efficient operation of the agency." Paper contained in 15 grocery bags and the cloth in one handkerchief arc suiliciem to manufacture one book. BCY WAR BOX70S AXD STAMPS Electrical Supplies Lighting Equipment BOMB 'EM WITH BOMBS Victor — Columbia — Deccft Records SWAN ELECTRIC CO. 15 CHURCH ST. TEt. M74 Have a Coca-Cola = Soldier, refresh yourself .... or a way to relax in camp From southern camps with their moss-hung cypresses to camps near the north jvoods, there's .one place soldiers can relax—the Post Exchange. There they settle down to "shoot the breeze" together. Have a "Coke", they say. Coca-Cola is a refreshing reminder of what they left behind. On "Company Street".in camp as on Main Street at home, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes. In your own refrigerator, ice-cold bottles of Coca-Cola are a symbol of • friendly way of living. lOTUCQ UNDCU AUIHOSIiy Of THE COCA-COlA .COMPANY »y COCA-COLA BOTTLING* COMPANY OF WATERBUBY ' It*« natural for popular mine* to acquire friendly ibbrcvu- d'oru. That'* why you hear Coca-Cola called "Cot*".

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