Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 29, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 29, 1944
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1944 Personal NAUOATTJOk;DAILY NEWS Page Thrw plans Made far Enjoyable Bridge preparations an cnjoynbln arc u n- ilorway for i" cnjoynbln Harvest Dcssi-i-t Brlflsv to be fflven by the Ctnirch Helpers of St. Michael'* church Monday. October i>. in thi. [Kirlsh house. Mrs. Harry A. Heed is chairman of the affair. Tin- rffrc.shmcnt committee in chilli's Mrs. Lvon Smith, Miss Annie Curley, Mrs. William Ford, Mrs, Jessie Howetl. Mrs. Albert Mor- tcnsen. Mrs. William Lotictmrs. .Mrs. Hnrold Perry, Mrs", William Sclioflolcl. Mrs. George Seh'.osscr. nnil Mrs. Francis Clark. Keserv.-ituins are being made daily with Mrs. 'Rood, telephone :W". Thriv will be prUccs at each table and clooi- prizes, Playpi-s arc asked to bring their own cards. It's Not Always Your Weight! RUSKIN CORSET SHOP . Tot, Valley Players' Committee Met A tMatzkinffome The first meeting or the executive committee-of the Valley Players was held laatnljrht fit the home of Lawrence Matzkln of ipleasant Vlc\v street. Plans wore formulated for a membership drive to start Immediately, and also to present tlirec pluys thisscnson. The first of these Plays will be "Tommy," a thrcc- t comedy. There will be .tryouts* at the Tut- tlo shed Tuesday evening- at 7:30 oclock under the direction of ran Is Jones, Anyone interested, 1 whether a member of the Vnlloy Players or not, la invited for a tryout. The ultimate groa.1 ithts year is to write and produce a play within he membership. Social activities or the season will be discussed at he next meeting of the qommit- ee on October 20 at Mr. Matron's home. Committee members present last •nijfht were: Harold Bui-roll, Robert Schcibe:', Jane Bontempo, Lnw- rcnoo Matzkln. Two other members, Herbert Sciillin and Edward Saunders, were unable to attend. . It was decided that n refrular monthly meeting; of the Valley Players will take place on Mon- diiy evening, October 9, n£ 7:30 o'clock' ut the Tuttlc shed. Ladies Night On Saturday At Elks Club Here Final plans entertainment total the dance and the Elks Club Saturday night were perfected last night -at an enthusiastic committee meeting. Chairman Robert Spencer and his co-chairmen have promised Exalted Ruler Edgar E. Leach a ,gala evening. The keynote pf the meeting was that everything possible must be done for for ithe comfort.and entertainment of the guests. Leonard Ray and his orchestra have spent several hours in rehearsal on the now novelties that he intends to -introduce on Saturday. The floor has been gone over and is in excellent shape for the variety .program that has been arranged. Dancing will be enjoyed from 9 until 1 a. m. Preparations for the luncheon to be- served during the evening are well in hand and those who attend the event will be amply repaid with an evening of unsurpassed enjoyment. Reservations are going fast and it would be well to contact any member of the committee for reservations or get in touch with,the steward at the club. George-Graham, Pvt. Nora Knox, Manned Sept. 2 , Announcement was made, today of the marriage of "Pvt. Nora Knox of the WAC's and .Pvt. First Class George Arthur .Graham, Jr., of the U.' S. Army, which '.'took place .Saturday, September 2, at : 8 p'.-.m. in 'the chapel of Trinity Episcopal church, Tulsa Oklahoma. . : The bride in a daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. James E. Knox, o£r Johnstown, New York, her-father being vice-president and treasurer of "the Charles B. Knox Gclatino company. She was graduated Irom rv.nox School in .Cooperstown, New York, and had completed three years at Skidmorc college, Saratoga, when she enlisted in the service. Her parents are prominent •residents of :Johnstown and Lake Pialco, Now York. The bridegroom Is- the son of Mr. and Mrs. George A, Graham, formerly of Naugatuck, Conn., but for the past year residents of Charleston, W. Va. Pvt. Graham's father is manager of the U. S. Rubber company at Institute, West Virginia. He is a grandson of.the late William Roes Graham, who for many years was president of the J, T, Barlopw company of Dayton, Ohio, and a cousin of William B. Seabrook, well-known author and .lecturer. Mr. Graham was School Students lose Their Fight Worcester, Mass., Sept. 29—(UP) —Students -in four of'Worcester's hig-h schools apparently 'am reconciled to' a school committee decision that refused to shorten the .lengthened school 'day. Twcnty- eiRht-huridred pupils last week 'staged a three-day, walkout in pro- .tes't against increased classroom •hours. Principals at all four of the city's high schools reported normal attendance at this morninp's session .despite the committee')* decision. The school board emphasized that the'school day would riot be shortened until the Army and Navy decide to withdraw their physical fitness programs. However, the students managed to draw ut least one concession from the committee. A student demand for better cafeteria conditions was met by the committee at its meeting last night. WHITE PKLOX toilet water from THE H3RB FARM SHOP Use White Phlox and men sing about you ... fight over you! It's a head- turning, hcai-i'-stopping scent . . . precious as an armful of fresh phlox, sweot as o promised kiss. Wear White Phlox . . . and daro him to forget! $1.50 S2.50 51.00 . Breen's Sport Shop Lee Gertrude Barber Visiting Grandmother Mrs. Norma Butcher -of Hiph street has with her, Lee Gertrude Barber. 10-months-okl daughter of Chief Specialist and Mrs. Harry Barber of Geneva, N. Y. The baby is the daughter of the former | Laura ^Butcher of High street. Jane Hubbell To Resume Studies Miss Hubbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C, Hubbell of Central avenue, will leave tomorrow for Baltimore, Md., where she will resume her studies at Gouchcr college. Girl Scout Meeting In Parish House Ncary Building- Naug-atuck, Conn. A meeting of Troop TM, Girl Scouts, will be held this evening at 7 o'clock in St. Michael's parish house. educated in the N'augatuck schools and was graduated in 1913 from Dartmouth college, where he belonged to Theta Chi. After enlisting, he studied for nine months at Pcnna. Military college under 1 , the Army Specialized Training 1 pro- Bi-am. The nuptial ceremony was performed by the Rev. Cleverdon Hyde, and the attendants were Pvt. Jean Kelsey of the. WAC's and A.C, Harris Whittemoro, 3d. It was a military wedding and all four members of the bridal party were in uniform. A wedding supper was enjoyed at the Hotel Mayo in Tulsa, but the honeymoon ot the young- 'couple was confined to a »'eck-end pass. It was not a war romance as the young couple met and became acquainted before they went into, the service. Both are connected with the Army Air Force, the bridegroom with the 36th Photograph Reconnaissance at Muskogee, Okla., and the bride at Enid Air Field, also in Oklahoma. Householders Warned Not To Waste Coal Coffee Soon May Be Harder To Get In U.. S. . (By United Prcnu) Coffeb noon may -be IIH hard to get UH a new automobile. The. Off Ice of Price Administration may 1mvc to ralnc the price ,of coffee or ration It. Coffee NtockpllcN are low and Importer.* can't buy It from Bracll nnd. Mttll make a profit ut existing celling prlccB. Temperature Report " Boston, Sept. 29—(UP)—Massachusetts householders arc warned no't to waste cnal this year because there will bo less anthracite and bituminous coal .available for home-heating than there was in the winter of 19-13. Regional Representative W. A. Henderson of the Solid Fuels Administration urged Bay Staters to save fuel by delaying the use of their furnaces until lator this fall. Henderson said that furnaces would not be fired until the weather bureau issues special cold temperature forecasts that indicate sustained tcmpcrture less than 65, degrees. Birth Of Son Is Announced A son was bo:-n Thursday. Sept. 2S, to W. T. 1-C Warren Jack man .incl Mrs. Jacitman in the W.-Lter- bury hospital. Mrs. Jackman is the former Marion Secloff of Naugatuck. Troop 6, Boy Scouts, Meets This Evening Troop 6, Boy Scouts, will meet this evening at 7:15 o'clock at the Hillside Congregational church. Daughter Born To Mr.-Mrs. C. Hotchkiss Si Louis Browns Buy One-Armed Outfielder Memphis, Tenn.", Sept. 29—(UP) —The Momplils Chlctts of the Southern association have sold Pete G-rtiy—Hcnsntlonnl ono-armed outfielder—to the St. I.oiil.s Browns for an unannounced sum and one plnyer. Gray wiis selected us "most valuable player for 19-M" in 1 the South- em HNMochiUon.- - .. It rained cats and dogs 'for a while early last night, hence Red Hermans came out of .the storm vith n couple of more pets, adding o a present menagerie of a cat, a dog, a horse, an oyster, and a nonkey. Red is the only person in xistencc who has a tame oyster. Red was taking it for a- walk last ight in the rain. The temperature was in the 60.1 today, starting at midnight with CO, and gently receding to 63 shortly before 6 a. m. However the sun Is out, and a pretty day is our blessing. Don't forget the block dance in Cotton Hollow tonight. Midnight 68 Man Is Said To Have Confessed To Setting Nine Fires New Hav,on, Sept. 29—(UP)— Police say that a 33-ycar-oltl laborer has confessed to setting nine fires, one of which caused the death of Thomas Scott last Sunday. Charles J. Ycagcr is being i;<:ld In $3,000 bond, pending .,the outcome of a conorc's investigation. Ycngcr gave himself up to authorities, saying he was conscience stricken by what he had done. Accqrding to his purported con- 'ession, he set fire to a tenement louse, wnd th^n ."joined the ci'owd that watched" firemen carry Scoli's body from the building. Forty other occupants of the tcncmen't fled to safety. LAWSUITS FIXED 3 a, m. G a. m. 8 a. m. Noon . 1 p. m. 69 63 65 68 69 Bridgeport, Sept. 29—(UP)—Two var workers arc suing the M. and Vf. Transportation company of .Voi-ccsler, Mass., for $50,000. Herman Grant of Norwalk is asking 20,000, and Walter A. T-cavitl of .Vest Hartford. S30.000, for injuries suffered May 7th when their automobile collided with a parked company truck. FIRST STif IN EASY WALKING Norwash Shoe Store Chrysler and Plymouth O. M. 0. Trucks , J.C.RAYTKWICH, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 106 SOCTIl MAIN' 8T. Telephone 4090 , -O | Weather Report Connecticut and Rhode Island— Fair and cooler tonight. Tomorrow fair followed by increasing high cloudiness in the late afternoon, continued cool. Eastport to Block Island—Small craft warnings arc being displayed 'or strong 1 northwest winds dimin- shing late today and tonight. Extended Forecnxt The temperature in New Eng- :ind during the next, five days will average from two to seven degrees below the seasonal normal. Moderately cool weather tomorrow will be followed by still cooler weather Sunday and Monday and moderating- temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday. Tile normal temperature at this time for New Haven, tonn,. Eos- ton, and Kantucket, Mass., is 58 degrees, Portland, Maine, 55 degrees. Burlington. Vermont, and Concord, N. H., 5-1 degrees, and Eastport. Maine, 52 degrees. Rainfall will average between 1-4. and 2 : 3 inch and will occur tomorrow and Sunday. The 1-1 U. S. cities -over 000,000 population, all with - mayor-council American steel industries in one governments, pay counciimen year- 2-t-hour period consume 50,356 kwh ly oalarics ranging from $l,SOo|of electricity, enough to supply 17 your .\ir.n- rrKPHK li»for YOUR IN UNIFORM CAN USE Your mon-ia-i*rrico will oppr*ciati thouqhl- <ul qllli h* can actually vc*. S*I*ct from complete itocki of practical Mrs. Gertrude C'arey Returns From Trip Mrs. Gertrude Carey of High street has returned from a trip which included visits at Noagara Falls, Troy, N, Y., and Geneva, N. Y. Christoforo Columbo Society Meets Sunday A meeting of the Christoforo Col- timbo society will be held Sunday it 2 p. m. at their hall on South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hotchltiss of Millville announce the birth of a daughter, Linda Jean, Sept, 27th, in the Waicrbury hospital. Legion Auxiliary To Attend Mass For Lt. Wood Members of the American Legion .luxiliary arc requested to attend the requiem Mass for Lieut. James Wood at St. Mary's church at 8 . a. m. tomorrow. to a maximum of $9,000. 1 million families. 29 Ha TT I son A v*. H-E. CJLYHE. CLAc/V yMOP Gifts For All Occasions GJittcring glass . . . spnrkJiiig mirrors . . . pictures, statuary, spun flciss novelties . . . all are represented in our x wonderfully exciting collection. JOSEPHINE R. MA.VZO, StyUtt Just a step from Exchange Place BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS are really hats again! ... a Sug-enheimer exclusive! One costume from a coordinated wardrobe created by B. H. Vmiggc . . . Truly cloa-ant i'asliimis "'ith simple, flattering- lines— -the- distinction .of Sugenheimer's exclusive fashions! Bolero suit in grey, russet or purple. 12-20 SU'fW Steeple chase print shirt. 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