Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 25, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, September 25, 1944
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T MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1944 NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS Personal Social Beverly J. Douty Bride Of Burton N. Camp oJlst ' . T. lii-mlli'V r<ong»t;iff pffi- ft! <'"' iloulitiM'liiff corpiuY l.iy ;i( -i:M P- '»• In thp Moth- I'lun'ch whi'ii Misa Bevorly I Hmty. ilimj.'htor of Mr. and Mr*. tlM'Tiro A. Uouty of 157 South Main "tiv<'t. WIIM linked In nmr- rl;ip' t" I 5 '" 1 ' 1 " 1 N'l' 1 - 1 * Gump, S 1-C, n f I'i) Soiitli Second street, HiUTlM- burir, I 1 ". Tin 1 lii'tili''. 1 " father escorted her to tin- iil'ft''- s hi: was attired In a pnvn nf u-hil' 1 t.'il'fcrn., fiishlonod vi-lth swivthonrt neckline and throe r.rul :i h -' 1 "' >'«"<' train. Her long- v,,jl of :»•!• f< '" r ''om -1 pwu'l tin™. :iml -ill' 1 ciuTli'il a Colonial bou- Mi:;* M.iry Ann Douty, miiicl-ot honor, wove a blue sntin and chit foil I.MWM and Juliet cap to match A similar gown find a Juliet ca wns «vrn by Miss Ruth .Louis Fivnel',. who was bridesmaid. Botl mrrioil Colonial bouciuets. r.iirie 'V Camp, S --C, guardian of the bridegroom, served as bes ,,,,i!i atu! Karl 1C. Phillip.s ushered The nuptial music played by thi oru'iiRlst. Herbert Bohlin, includoc ••Roniani-o," by J. S. Svcndson "Soren.'ide" by Franx. Schubert nnd "Tr.'iumerei" by 'R. Schumnnn The mother of the bride wore nuvy Mule dress and whito acce.s- siOl'li'S. A reception was held at the home of the I'fidc'.i parenr.M following th "wi'iUlini;. Compacts woro given by [hi> b:Ul,> to her attendants and the ti>';': man received a cigarette case from the !:room. Ho gave n bill.'«M tn the UMher. An amia light woo! dress find ac- n's^oi'ies to match were worn by :hi> bride on their wedding trip to New York and Pennsylvania. On it-tun'., they wil Atiiia street. reside at 107 South Hawaiian* hi'uan a campaign for> UK the 'l?th stato of the United Slntc.s as early as the year It's Not Always Your Weig-ht! aw//^ fe RUSKIN CORSET I'.'d .in. Aiuin SHOP . Ti.|. 3-KI t Margaret Cowan, Edward Newman Wed Saturday Miss Margaret Ann Cownn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert COWIIM of Jones road, Millville, and I'.dward H. Newman, son or Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newman of 36 Cherry .street, Naugatuck, were married Saturdny at 30:.IS a. in. in M. Francis 1 rectory by Hcv. Albert Taylor. '"he attendants were Miss Gen- evleve Newman and Robert Cowan. A Navy blue suit and black accessories u-otv worn by the bride. Her corsage was composed of red and white voyes. The bridi-maid's suit was red nnd white check with which she wore ' Bchrendt, James L,. Linsley, H. G. black accessories and a ret! and j Book.^G. M, Simpson, W. D. Cnl- white rose corsage. The mother of the bride was attired in a powdci black accessories. Hattie Quay Honored By Fellow Workers A dinner party was held recently at LifUhc-Ltitch inn, Middle bury in honor of Miss Hattio Quay, who in retiring after 28 years of service at the Eastern Malleable Iron company, George J. Bchrondt presented Miss Quay with a purse and compact from her fellow,workers. Attending were: Alisses Mildred Brown, Mtirjorfe Bowers, Margaret Nortli, Gwendolyn Jackson Alyce Hiifrlics. Charlotte Hcidlcnmp, Dorothy Abelo, 'Blanch Thurston, Dorothy .Roberts. Jean Grumman. Vir, Krulikowski, Eleanor Book, Also, Mrs. Charles Normand, ili-s. Axel Carlson, Mrs. John Eack- luntl. Mrs. Maude B. I-Iighrltcr, Mrs. Helen Blackwcll, Charles L. Brust. Emil Mannweilcr, F. L.. Howard. T. Rice Davis. A. Warner. Georfio J. bhio dress and A navy blue dress with black accessories was worn by the bridegroom's mother. A reception was held at the Millville library. On return from a Winidinjc trip to New York, Mr, and Mrs. Newman will reside at 10 Chery street. • | Vert. Georfre W. Wood, D. G. Mat:Vicar, N. D. Hovey, John W. Hayes, Paul V. Johnson, George Tarbox, Otto Jensen and" Carl ^Thompson, Ida W. Schooley Has Party On Fifth Birthday Mrs, Lewis Schooley of Bradley street entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of the fifth birthday of her daughter, Ida Wendy. Games and refreshments were enjoyed and Tda.was presented with many Beautiful gifts. The children present were: Judy Jsriano, Kay CiUlon, Anne Jones. lainu ilooi-u, David Peach, Lewis Schooley Jr., John O'Keefc, Fred P.obinson, Paul Kennedy. Harold tarrett and Charles Starzinski. aroline Bentzen At Vermont Jr. Colleg-e Miss Caroline EentKcn left Sat- irday to enroll in Vermont Junior -•olli'ge, Montpclior, V't. Miss Bcntzcn resides with her iutcr and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. G-eise, 50 Park avenue. Poll taxes are collected by 12 of CHRISTMAS CARDS FOK MKXDING OVKKSEAS ARE READY NOW! Sweetheart Husband Brother lOc TO -91.00 Friend Pal Others SKJ.KCT T1.IKM NOW MAIL BEFORE OCTOBER 15TH . The Card and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S KT^TC^V STORE Mr.-Mrs, Kissane Observe 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Kissane. COG High struct, observed their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday, Sept. 23rd. They wei'i: married in St. Cecelia church, Watcrbury, by Rev. Thomas Mulcahy, Mr. and Mrs. Kissane are the parents of three children, Mrs. John Dowling, John Kissane, Jr., in the U. S. Navy submarine service, and Robert, a pupil at St Francis school. Friends o.' the coupie tendered them a surprise party Friday evening at their home. The SportsterS-t 1234 12-20 Past Noble Grands Club Sponsoring Card Party Thursday Evening The Pat:t Noble Grands club of Columbian Rehekah lodge will sponsor a card .party Thursday evening. September 28, at S p. in. in Odd Fellows' hall. The committee in charge consists of Mrs. Rosalie Travel 1 . Mrs. Mabel Adkins, Mrs. Bertha Huband and Mrs. Ethel Waterhouse. Son Born To Lt.-Mrs.' D. 1 Garrick I'ATTERN 1231 No wardrobe is complete without its suit, nnd wo suggest this handsome two-pieccr. . so perfect foV campus, business, and general sports wear. Make the jacket and skirt in complimentary colors or a rich monotone. Either way, it's a chic pattern for your fall ensemble. Barbara Bell Pattern • No. 1234 is -designed for sixes 12, !•!. 1G, IS and 20. Size 1-1, jacket alone, requires 2 3-1 yards of 39-inch material; the skirt alone, 1 3-4 yards. The jacket lining requires 2 1-2 yards of 39-inch material. Plan your fall clothes now! The new fall and winter pattern book, ''Passing in Hcvicw' 1 is 7iow ready —contains 32 pages of the top hits in clothes the boys in uniform 1 ad- niire—"Date" frocks, street wear, sportswkear, clothes to wear, on the home' front—snappy school clothes for juniors and children. Price 10 cents..' • •' ' • , r ~ [ ;'..'.' For this pattern, send' 20. cents, in coins, your name, address, pattern number and s:*e wanted to Barbara Bell, Naugatuclc Daily News, Post Office Box 99, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. ' Ostrom-Helbig Wedding Held In New Haven „ A recent wedding of local intui cst'took place at Dwlght Mcmorin chapel, Yale univcT-aity, when Re - v Arthur Lewis united in murriajf Miss Janet Susanne Helbitf, daugh tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hclbi of Hamden and Pvt. Richard Cai Ostrom, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Rich ard F. Oslrom of Fern street, Nau g-ntuckk. ' Given in marriage by her father the bride'wore a gown of. white satin and net, a fingertip vei draped from a tiara of pearls, ant carried a bouquet of white roses and orang-e blossoms. Mrs Joseph O. Endriss was her sister's matron of honor. She wore a gown of dusty'blue embroidered net and chiffon,'a harmonizing Juliet caf and carried pale pink asters ant roses. The bridesmaids, Misses Eleanor Benson and Mildred Zicg- ler. were dressed in shell pink taffeta, and net frocks with matching net Juliet caps and carried bouquets similar to that of the matron of honor. Richard F. Ostorm was best man for his son. Ushers wore William Parsons nnd Dovrance Helbij^, White (,'lludioli, roses and delphiniums decorated the Trinity church parish house for the reception which followed, Parents of the couple assisted in receiving, Mrs. Heibip wearing blnck crepe, trimmed with .•iqu.imarino, a blnck feather-trimmed hat and a gardenia corsage, and Mrs. Ostrom costumed in brown crepe with a pro Id yoke, .1 ffold foX hat and a corsasrc of yellow chrysanthemums. When the couple departed on a trip to New York city,'the bride wore a gri^n velvet dress, a matching hat and alligator accessories. The bridegroom who is stationed at Mountain Home. Idaho, is a Russia Says Estonia Has Been Liberated specialist in Intelligence. the Army Air Corps He attended Bentley (By United Press) MOS-OOW rays the Baltic state of Estonia has been liberated. The Russians struck the decisive blow in Estonia by throwing an armored wedge across the last escape corridor that was open to the Nazis. The report indicates that Russia's whirlwind campaign through Estonia has trapped great numbers of Germans in the western "hump" of the Baltic state. Henry Shapiro, the United Press correspondent in Moscow, says the Soviet victory in Estonia has been climaxed by the merging of two Rusisan armies of the Gulf of Riga. The Soviet • forces which captured the Latvian fortress of VaJmiera made a swift advance westward 40 miles to meet. Marshal Govorov's armpy, which won the victory in Estonia. The battle for the Baltics now has centered aiound Riga, the capital of Latvia. Russian naval forces huve sailed down the Gulf of Riga to support the Soviet land forces in the final assault on the i city. The suburbs of Riga are al- •cady invested with units of the Red army. Observers .say the fate of Riga os now sealed. South of the Baltics — Russian orccs arc reported to have crossed heir eiffhth frontier this year, and entered the Balkan state of Hungary. The Romanian high com- iiand says the Red army crossed nto Hungary aXter a nine-mile idvance northwest of the captured Romanian railway town of Arad. I'he report indicates the Russians ire advancing on the capital city if Budapest, sonic 100 miles away. Turkish reports say peace dem- 'nstrations and strikes have brok- n out in Hungary, following the Russian march across the Hun- 'arian boundary. Other reports indicate that So- iet forces have entered the pup- et state of Slovakia, afte." bat- ling across the Carpathian moun- iin ranges in southern Poland. .Page Threo Allied Railways 'Bridge' Channel School of Accounting, Boston, Mass. Harvest Bridge October 9 By Church Helpers Lieut, and Mrs. Donald F). G^r- rtck of \Vaierbury announce the birth of a son, Donald David. Jr.. Sunday, Sept. 24, in Wutorburv I „, -, _ - _. -._ -. hospital. ' | Members Of P. N. G. . Lt. oarrick is the son of Patrol-i club Entertained man and Mrs. Martin J. Carrick <' _ ,„ „.. , T of Naugauick. Mrs, Carrick is the I By Mrs. Walter Long former Jeanottc Thcroux of Wa- A Harvest dessert bridge under the auspices of the Church Helpers of St. Michael's Episcopal church will be held Monday, Oct. 9, at 2 p. m. in 'the parish house. Mrs, Harry Rccd is'chnirman of the committee of arrangements. Her assistants will be Mrs. Jessie Howell. Mrs. 'C. A. Fager. Mrs. G'eorge Lewis. Mrs. Lester .Wig' glesu-orth, Mrs. William Noble, Jr., .and Mrs. Fred Nawrath. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee. terbury. OUR SINCERE THANKS to you tho people of southern New England for your understanding, patience, nnd cooperation during the trying clays just past, when our schedules were disrupted by the devastating effects of flood find hurricane. Although the dollar damage was not nearly as great as in the hurricane of 1938, nevertheless embankments were washed away . . . tracks were left hanging hundreds of feet in the air ... power lines were damaged . . . signals and switches put out. of commission , . . and long lengths of track covered with debris or submerged under water. Through putting into practice lessons learned in 1938, many inconveniences were avoided. Diners and i station restaurants were well stocked. In many cases buses were made available for transfer around flooded areas. And finally, through the tireless efforts of our officers and employees, service was restored in record time throughout our territory. Woman's Club Meeting At Salem Lutheran Hal] i Members of the Past Noble j Grands club and their husbands I were entertained by Mrs. Waiter Lonfr at her home in Middlebury Saturday evonin Mr.-Mrs, W. D. Abel Return From Toronto Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Abel of MillviTIe avenue have returned from a week's vacation spent in Toronto, Canada. While there Mr. Abel attended some o f , the sessions of the An indoor hot dog and hamburg ! Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., Moscow !I:LS not yet announced the smash into Slovakia. In Yugoslavia—the Germans arc suffering- other defeats. Marshal Tito says his partisa nforces have captured Eanja Luka, the second- largest city in Bosnia. The free Yugoslav radio reports other partisan successes around the capital, Belgrade. A broadcast says reinforced partisan forces are now fighting at the approaches of the city. Vital war supplies that were londod on llieso freight cars in Kntfand lire shown being railed out of tho giant monlli of :u> J-Sr to waiting tracks at an Allicd-hcM port somewhere in France. A irreat iimo-savcr, thiH method of shipping supplies will enable men at the front to get equipment without delay. Coast Guard photo. (International) Beacon Fails Man Grange Meeting Fined $55 In Boro Court Naugatuck Soldier Is On The Radio (Continued :rom Pnpe 1) The opening meeting of the NO.U- i roast was enjoyed, following which annual meAting. cratuck Womnn'si club will be held I a. meeting was held by the wo-; Monday. October 2, at. 3 p. m. in the i men. Card games wore "played by Salem Lutheran church ha!! in-1 the men present. stead of the Hop Brook club as pro-1 viously planned, it, was announced toclny. Lacy Protection Lieut. John Daikus Returns To Duty Lieut. John Daikus of the Army Air Forces has returned to North Carolina after a visit with his sister, Mrs. Noble Austin of Gorman street. Mrs. George Painter Hospital Patient . Mrs. George Painter of Quinn street is a patient in the Water bury hospital, Florence Sweeney, Sgt. Bernard Cassidy To Be Married • Eugene J. Sweeney of New street announces the engagement ' and coming marriage of. his daughter, Florence, to Sgt. Bernard Cassidy, AUS, son of.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cassidy uf Lewis struct. An' October wedding is planned. Names Added To Church Honor Roll FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING- Norwash Shoe Store \^r*-+++++++^f+++++^+^*-*+-+* THE IHAVEN ii»Yine NtHYOH* *HD rut or MASSACHVStTTS, KIIOBt ISlAMO *HO CQHHICTICUT INCOME TAX COUKSE XOW BE1XG ORGANIZED rREN'TICE-IIAt-L TEXT, 1945 Phone 4-8772 For Information Post Junior College STORE CLOSED Alt DAY WEDNESDAY DUE TO HOLIDAY D. LIEBERMAN 20 CI1UKCII STltliKT The n.imcs of Woston M. Boyd and Robert R. Eoyd have been i added to the honor roll of service- I men tit the Congregational church. Little Girl Hurt While Trying To Save Her Dog each person was fearful that perhaps the local family did not know that Private Ostrandcr was on the air. and called to make sure about the matter. Due to the telephone calls Lhe h«.°f ^h" ^ n ^* happy over the interest shown by fellow Xaugatuckians. The broadcast lasted half n.n hour with Pri- vain Ostrander on the air the major portion of the time. Private Ostrander has been in the service since July 2? and is now taking infantry traj'ujng at Camp Wheeler. Shortly before entering the service Private Ostrander was married to the former Miss Marie Anderson of Bethany who now makes her home at the Ostrandcr on Scott street. The soldier has a brother in the service, Tech. Sergeant George Os- trar.der of the United States Marine Corps, who is stationed at Mirimnr, California, now following a 1? month tour of service overseas. He has been in the Marine Corps three years, Leonard T. Russell, of Eclhar.y road, Eo.icon Falls, w?.s. fined .1 total of SE5 in borough court this morning. He was charged with driving .in automobile without first obtaining permission of the owner, nnd driving an uninsured car with defective br.ikos. 1-Te was arrested two weeks ago a.ficr being- involved in an accident with.. Homer Noragong. 12, of Chrisupnsen street, who was thrown from his bicycle -and taken to St. Mary's hospital. The lad, however, was found to have been not seriously injured. In another borough court case, Wazil JjCsick of Andrew avenue was fined SIO on a motor vehicle rule violation. He. was involved in a slight automobile accident. Albert Slavis, Highland avenue, who was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while his driver's per mit was under suspension wa* given a continuance to October 9. All these cases were continued from dates earlier this month. Judge Thomas Keary presided. Number of males per 100 females in the U. S. population declined to 101.1 in 19-50 from the previous mark of 102.5 in 1930. S AXD STAMPS In Beacon Falls Tuesday Night Rock Rimmon grange of Beacon Falls will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday night .it the parlors of the United church. Tuesday night's event is "Booster Xight" and the meeting will get under way promptly at 7:30 o'clock in order that visitors may join the assemblage at 8:30 o'clock. Members are ,-i.sked to bring friends who may b<i interested in the grange. STAB IN THE nijtif Uf^LwIm -That's how lomo cimp^G muscle pafris and ctrdint f««I. Don't worry — don't wait! M>ply • Johnson's RED CROSS Plaiter right cway, ri^ht on the spot. Thim tri*d» and-lruc relief goes to work In* stnntly. Warms — soothes — protect* — supports— works while you work. RED CKOSS Plasters ore clean, «»ry, cnsy to uso. Keep a supply nlwayi on hand. Ir.sist on the conuinc, fnmoui for more than 50 years, mude by Johr.son & Johnson. ONLY 35c— «t your drug store. RED CROSS PLASTER HIT B Y AUTO Watcrbury, Sept, 25—(UP)—A Portland man—Walter Leggett—is hospitalized in Watcrbury .after be- ng struck by an automobile. He is suffering sca!p lacerations and abrasions ' 'PATTERX No. R2154 . HerCpis.a lovely filet, set to protect and beautify your favorite chair. The pattern is designed to delight the expert, yet not discourage 'he beginner. Pattern envelope contains two Mcdford, Mass., .Sept. 25—(UP) —A brave attempt to save her dog from death has resulted in injuries to a. seven-year-old girl. Little Arlene Fulgoni was taking her pet, "Teddy" for a walk before going to bed last night,, when the dog went into the street 'and wouldn't leave. Seeing a speeding car approach, the little girl ran into the street and picked up the dog. But she was too late. The automobile lilt both her and the dog, She suffered bruises and lacerations, and | filet-crochet diagrams of easy-to- thc 'dog was severely injured, .The see dot-in-squarc method; also full automobile did not stop. directions. Our 60-page multicolored book of Needle Arts containing five free patterns, and many other suggestions for dressing up your home and yourself is now available. Send ; your ji-eques'u for this book to the address listed b e 1 o w, enclosing .twenty cents (20c.) in coins to cover the,cost and mailing charges. Send 15', cents (coin) for Pattern No, R2154 to . Naugatuck Daily News, Needle Arts .Dept, P. O. Box 172, Station D, New York 3, N. V. Please include your postal zone number. Peter Paul Inc. XADGATUCK, CONX Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling CANDIES and CHEWING GUMS PINCH HITTER -with a Steady Job Cong. Talbot To Address Teachers Cong. Joseph E. Talb-ot will be ho speaker • nt a meeting oC the JauRatuck Teachers league Tues- ay at S p. in. .it .the high school. His subject will be "Education ml the Federal Government," MAKE YOUR POOD DOLLAR LAST LONGER AT Highland Grocery 92 HIGHLAND AVE. TEf.. .|8«0 KOCCO K.I DO. Proi). Electrical Supplies Lighting- Equipment BOMB 'EM WITH BOMBS Victor — Columbia —- Doccn Record* SWAN ELECTRIC CO. IS CHURCH ST. TKL. 2574 VENTILATED! * SAFETY BONDED! *• MILEAGE TESTED! .Almost overnight, tires made of synthetic rubber wera called upon to do a vital job of pinch hitting. The new U.S. Royal DeLuxo Synthetic scored an instant hit. Today, that pinch hitter has a steady job! Reports from every section are piling in telling of performance records close to pre-war natural rubber tires. BUY WHERE YOU SEE THE U.S. TIRE SIGN GOO Hig-h St. L. P. RACKE Naugatuck, Conn. TIRES ARC SCARCE* RECAP IN TIMEI Tel. 2800 J. C. RAYTKWICH, JR. 106 So. Main St. Naugatuck, Conn. Tel 4096

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