Social-Personal Fraternal £**£ Legion Women 1 Salem Club Rummcfee Sale Bridge Scores Plans Complete Preparations for a rummage sale to be held tomorrow were completed last night at a meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of Naugatuck American Legion post, No. 17, held In the Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street, with Miss Dorothy M. Broder, president, in charge. The sale will be held in the vacant store Adjacent to the Alcazar theater on North Main street, with Mrs. Philip Connell in charge. It will start a£ 9:30 o'clock in the looming and articles for sale will include a lawn mower, sled, child's Wutomobile and children's clothing. Those desiring to donate cloth- la* «re requested to telephone Mrs Connell, SMS or Miss Broder. 4817. Mrs. Margaret Maxwell, chairman «f the"card party series, announced tie ^irst party will be held Thursday evening, Oefc 13 at 7:30 o'clock in the Legion Home. Those attending are requested to furnish their own cards. The auxiliary made a donation to the National Polio Foundation, and voted to send the president and •eeretary to the banquet honoring The department commander and president Oct. 29 at the state armc- ty in Willimantic. •Hostesi for the Evening was Mrs. Thomas Broder, assisted by Mrs Margaret Bntler and Mra. Charles' Head Wisits Lodge > Mrs. Harriet Ward of Mystic president of the Rebekah Assembly of Connecticut, and her associate officers paid an official visit last night to Columbian Rebekah lodge. No. 35, I. O. O. F. Approximately 150 were present at the meeting, during which the Rebekah degree was conferred upon a class of candidates. Mrs Charles Robinson, noble grand was in charge of the session. Prior to the business meeting a •upper was served. Guests were present from Bristol, Seymour An- •onia, Waterbury and Mystic'. Mr. ana ilrs. Roderick W. Cooke have returned to their home here after a two-week visit with their •on-in-Iaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Appleby, Cincinnati, Ohio. BOY! Stereo-Stories th fen «•>•; com* >• IH«" THREE DIMENSIONS Children's stories illustrated with fuU color stereoscopic photograph* mounted in seven- scc*e View-Matter Reel*. Gnnd jifts for boy* «nef girlil • •AIBY TAU UHS 39c, • WKD AMMAl «• 35*. 1 tor $1.00 • CHMCTMAS STOtY _ TtoMft**te$1.00 • HOUriAMOUHS 35c, 3 tar $1.00 • HKI ItOBY MW SO. ••* VIIW-MASTI* High scores in the Salem club bridge tournament match played last night are as follows: North and south. Mr. and Mrs •Ernest Owens . 65 1-2; David Rogers 'and Stanley Timmerman, 63 1-2; Mrs. Martin Lynn and Mrs. Morris Follett, 62. East and west, Agnes and w Esther Anderson, 69; Mrs. Merton Quirke and Miss Anna Lynch, 68 1-2; Mrs. Henry Jdhnson and Mrs. Idris Alderson, substitutes, 62. Official standings: Richard Sain- berg and Norris Follett, 201 1-2; Mildred Carlson and Mrs. John Wedermeyer, 192; Mr. Rogers and Mr. Timmerman. 1|9 1-2. Plans Progress For Harvest Sale Plans are progressing for the annual Harvest sale, sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary of the Hillside Congregational church. Mrs. Paul V. Johnson and Mrs. David Rappe are co-chairmen of the arrangements committee. Tables of aprons, knitted articles, novelties and bakery goods will be available, as well as many other articles. The sale will be held Thursday evening, Oct. 27 from 7 to 9 o'clock, and Friday morning and afternoon, Oct. 28 from 10 to 5 o'clock in the church hall. Birthday Party Guest Of Honor Kayanne Gallagher daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gallagher of Millville avenue, celebrated her third birthday recently with a party at her home. G-uests included Mr. and Mrs. ISdward Lowe and daughter, Christine, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- Denmott, Mr. and Mrs. John McDermott. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabia. Mr. and (Mrs. Leonard McGrath, Mr and Mrs. Edgar Leach, Mr and Mrs. J. William McDermott, James MoDenmott, Miss Marie Sabia, Miss Ann McCarthy, Miss Margaret McCarthy of Florida, the guest of honor and her parents. SWEENEY'S A»T and STATIONERY STORE 213 OHUECH STREET Nang&tuck Amnuatl Birthday Festival Friday The annual birthday festival sponsored by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Salem Lutheran Church, w^ll be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the church, hall. All members of the congregation are invited to attend, and are requested to bring their birthday envelope with them. An interesting program has been arranged and refreshments will be served by members of the society. A social hour will follow the program. Charlotte White was elected president of the Junior Jibber Jabbers 4-H Club at its first meeting held yesterday. Other officers are: Florence McKenna, vice-president; Maureen White, secretary; Carole Crelan, treasurer; Constance Wilkas, reporter; Charlotte Carole Crelan, assistant reporter; Maureen Whits, refreshments chairman. THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison, Ave. Waterbury Closed All Day Mondays Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Full Line of Fresh Bakeries Every Sunrise BIRTHDAY CAKES CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS SWISS PASTRY PARTY ROLLS CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. S678 Open Dally 8:30 A. M. to '6 P. M. Save 50c Per Yard And Up On- DRESS, BLOUSE and LINGERIE MATERIALS By The Yard By Buying Direct From Mrs. Ruth Pliskin 125 MILLVILLE AVENUE - (By Appointment Only) TEL. 5895 Dress Materials include: — Part Wool Blends, Lnana Cloth, Alpaca, Moss Crepe, Crease Resistant Rayon Gabardine, Plaids in Spun Rayon, Woven Suit- ings, Tissue Failles, etc. Blouse Materials in Fine Crer>es, also Silk Crepes for Lingerie. _ ^ . , Club Executive Board Meets A meeting board of the Woma of the executive Naugatuck Junior ning , _,, . ° — oitteee win ue neio. every weunes- £ L K Waa r *, 6ld ,| ast CVe " da >' evening at 7 o'clock, and start at the home of Mrs. M. Fran- *— — ' • els Feeley, president, on Church s-ireet. Mrs. Armstrong: Durr, president of the Naugatuck Woman's Club, was in attendance. Board members present were: Arlene' Sullivan, Mildred Reilly, Mary Margaret Donovan, Nancy. Anderson, Mrs. William Yanarella, Mrs. Charles Noble, Jr., Mrs. Robert Schelber, Mrs. Everett Rogers, senior contact; Marion Traficanti, Mrs. Edward Lowe, Mrs. Ralph ~" Mrs. Pronovost, Eleanor Oemcke, Ernest Erikson and Mrs. >wn. Ann 37 Tables M Club Bridge Thirty-seven tables were in play last night at the first dessert- bridge of the Emblem Club of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks held in the lodge rooms, Neary building. Door prizes were awarded Miss Ruby Freeman, Mrs. F. J. Zwick and Mrs. Bernard Sullivan. Mrs. Louis Triano, president, and Mrs. Mary Laguna leave Sunday morning for Swampscott, Mass., where they will attend the national convention of the Emblem clubs. Juniorettds Opening TJeal The opening tea of the Naugatuck Woman's Club Juniorettes will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the American Legion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street. Marilyn Carlson, president, and Cynthia Wllmot, chairman of the hospitality committee, are in charge of arrangements. All members, prospective members and their mothers are invited to attend. Marriage intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Alexander Yackowski, 71 Rubber avenue, and Ruth Taylor, 2 Cotton Hollow, who plan to be married Oct. 15 in the Holy Saviour Polish National Catholic Church. India's Religion was the subject of a talk yesterday afternoon by Mrs. William Pohl, Jr., at a meeting of the Aid Society in the Congregational parish house. Devotions Wilson Curtiss, 16, Southbury, were led by Mrs. Frederick Zonino Hostesses were Mrs. Victor A. Anderson, chairman; Mrs. Warren Abel, Mrs. F. O. Anderson, Mrs. Burton R! Ward. Mrs. Fred Abele Mrs. Ralph H. Bavier, Mrs. Earl M. Barnum. Thirty-four retail store personnel last night attended the first session of the retail training Clausen being conducted here under 'the sponsorship of the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the board of education. Classe will be held every Wednes- the front room of the Tuttle school. The classes arc under the direction of William J. Dunham, personnel manager of a New Haven store. Last night he explained how to approach customers, and discussed actual cases. Those attending the class were: Valbert Gauthier, James Dunn, Ver ner Gustafson, Jr., Raymond Smith, James Quinn, Tracy Breen, Thomas Keating, Eleanor Kennedy, Kd- ward J. Bogis, Betty Canapeni, Helen Hunt, Mary Wargo, Helen Amador, Marion Bolton, Mary TOole, Olive Gunnoud. Sarah Dry, Johanna White, Mary Phillips, A. Radwick, Mrs. George Engelhardt, Mrs. Andrew Culver, Mrs. Charles Hitchcock, Mrs. Elmer Wood, Carolyn Sargeant, Manuel Ramos, Mrs. Joseph Zehnder, S. Gerald Wylong, Louis P. Quinn. Mrs. Edna Parkinson, Peter E. Leitton, Robert . D. Leitton, Mary Klonis and William J. Lynn. ' Foley L. L Board Meets Tonight The monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Peter J. Foley Little League will be held this evening at 8 .o'clock in the Knights of Columbus rooms,, in the Ncary building. President Paul E. Buckmiller requests all members to attend. Local 45, United 45 Rubber Work- , - ers of America, CIO, will-meet Oct. 20, it was Announced today by officials of the local. The meeting was scheduled for Sunday but was changed to the 20th on a vote of the executive board. Funeral Mrs. Grace Grumman Funeral services for Mrs. Grace Isabel (McCormick) Grumman, 80, of 8 Rockwell avenue, who died Tuesday night, were held this afternoon at 2 o'cjock at the Alderson Funeral istrcet. The Home, 201 Meadow Rev. Wlljard. B. Sclper of Naugatuck Congregational church officiated. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Gordon W. Curtiss Funeral services for- Gordon former Naugatuck . resident, -who died Tuesday in New- Haven Hospital after being stricken three weeks ago with polio; will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Southbuty r federated Church. The Rev. '"Arthur J. Smith will officiate with burial Mr. and Mrs. E. F Easterbrooks in Pine Hill „.„„_,. ,*„„ ,„„„, uttIJCB Ll) De nela Baluraav nlgnt , have returned to their home in was the grandson of Borough En- announce that the dance site Beacon Valley after visiting Mrs. gineer Charles D. Curtiss of Nau- American Brass Country Club will Easterbrooks' mother, Mrs. George gatuck. The body will lie in state be decorated for the evening Prizes P. Plat, who is a patient in the at the church tomorrow from 11 will be given members wearing the Newport. R. I., hosmtal. a. m until Hmo nf tho fimoi.ni K««,» „—*. B a. m. until time of the funeral. N THE AIR TODAY! 3VAUGATUCK "VIKWS (CONN.). 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