Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 6, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
Page 5
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Present Wheelchair, Entertainment At Rocky Hill Hospital An entertainment program, sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Naugatuck Valley Detacnment, Marine Corps League, was presented at the Rocky Hill Veterans' Home last night. During the program a wheelchair was presented the home by the unit. Featured entertainer was Cliff (DoolitUc) Warren. singer of Western songs who was called back for several encores. Also on the program were a trio of singers. Joyce Ash, Theresa Kerski and Lois DeCarlo; Joanne Aqua via. soloist; Dolores Aquavia, soloist; Claire Semplenski, Leona Baker, Russell Savard and- Andrew Rau, dancers; Ruth Semrow, pianist; Jack Monroe and Al Alenzynowicz, drummer and accordionist. Robert .Miller was master of ceremonies. Mr. Warren, a popular radio a- tist. will appear on the Arthur Godfrey television show, "Talent Scout", next Monday evening. He recently signed a contract with Decca records and will begin recording next week. Also attending, as .representatives of the auxiliary, were; Mrs. Raymond C. Wooster, president; Mrs. Stephen Harper, senior vice- president; Mrs. Alex Urena, junior vice-president; Mrs. Neil Casini. Mrs. Miller, Miss Charlotte Leuchars and Mrs. Harold Ash. Representing the detachment were: Mr. Wooster. Mr. Casini, Mr. Urena, Wliliam E.^ Simmons and William McClellan. Mrs. Dorothy Baker also attended. ' Action At Exchange Club Block Dance BUTKUS \tlantic Service Station Fern and Chestnut St*. NOW OPEN! ! Atlantic Top Grade Oil Second-to-nom Mc-35c nortfh Exchange Club are shown above as they threaded thef^Uay^hrolgh a portion of the crowd at the club-sponsored block dunce, Tuesday i-vonlnir on th,- V K Kubonr To Footwear Plant's parking lot, on Church street. Peter WUlocUi, Exchange Club president l s shown ?n ^ left Joreeround. Behind him are Clayton Dethlefsen, co-chairman of the danj and Walter Andersona member of the committee Th. couple In the right foreground are .tapping out in omfoYthe fatt numbers An estimated 1,200 to 1,500 persons attended the dance. i Eclipse Of Moon Takes Place Tonight (By United Press) The moon will have its second eclipse of the year tonight. It will be total, as was the April eclipse. The earth will start passing between the sun and the moon at 6:30 (E. S. T.) The period of totality will start at 9:20 and last until 10:35. The eclipse will not be completely over until 1:03 tomorrow morning. Since there will be a full moon tonight, the sudden shift to dark- ness will make many, very,-, faint stars visible that usually, can't be seen. , All North America except Alaska and northwestern Canada will aee the eclipse. It also generally visible in South America, Europe^Africa, Southwestern Asia, the eastern Pacific and the Atlantic ocean. Home Nursing Course Opens i •( •• ,.'..' . V • .'..:• . This Afternoon Care of Mother and Baby and Family Health, unit 2 of the Naugatuck -Red Cross chapter's home nursing course, opened this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Tuttle School.- i The course Is deoigncd to asslB" mothers expecting their first child and consists of many important problems and questions which frequently arise with the birth and later care of a baby. The classes are open to all residents. Six two- hour sessions will be held on each succeeding Tuesday and Thursday. Two Women Die Of Accident Injuries (By United Frew) Traffic accidents have taken the lives of two Connecticut woman. . . • •• • A 5G'-year-old registered nurse was struck toy an automobile in New Haven. Police said Mrs. Theresa Bolt Law was crossing a street when the accident occured. The driver, of the automobile—Mrs. Frederick L. Johnson of Orange— r.a held on a technical charge of driving so as to cause loss of life. An automobile-truck accident in Barkhaimsted has been fatal to a 79year-old woman. Miss '• Louise r.kppitt of New Hartford was killed when a car which she was operating crauhed into an oil truck. The truck driver—Fred Rayderi- bow, Jr., of WJnsted—is held on a technical charge of negligent homicide. . - * ** •nt If* v,.. > 1! \ idea! u IJU- •412 basic units do the trick! Exclusive with us ... America's most perfect functional furniture^—designed for every room! Here is the ultimate in personalized decoration . . custom- built to your needs . .. with the help .of our designer-decorators, you can create your own bedroom . . . assemble your own dining room . . . design your own living room ... to reflect your own personality and taste! See the exciting presentation of new decorations unique colors, and new treatments, in the . exciting display now on our floor .,<'LJ "*•*) * * J . J^A •*». I* JOB Moderately priced (Chest Units trom ^39.50 . . Cabinet Unite from $74.50 . 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Members of the degree team In charge of the ceremonies are Ste- nhen Owens, Edward Galvin, William O'Donnell, Anthony Froelich, John Mikalchus, Virgil Paiva. Bon- aid Zehnder and Andrew Illes. Next week's nieeting. Wednesday evening: at 7:30 o'clock, will be In charfee of the social committee headed by Donald Williams. Salute « Mlute as they celebrate Scent Week COMMERCIAL and DOMESTIC REFRIGERATION WALTER'S REFRIGERATION Main St, Beacon Falls • Tel. 7430 Emergency . C*U 8657 SCULLY, Florist, Flowers for Every Occasion 480 BALDWIN ST. Waterburr LEO T. SCULLY, Prop. PHONE WAT. 5-7280 Mezzio's Offers:— Couplet* Brake SerTlcc, Wh««l Align •»nt and Wie«l Balancing, Front Unit K»i>alriii(. Badlttor Beveric Fliihnut, Sxmc fntuAft. 4-at-foog Tlr**. MEZZIO'S M« HITKRSTWH TIHTVE. TEJ «"?J» EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting: Facilities Wrecker and Towing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available . The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 5238 TED'S AUTO BOOT WORKS 57 HOTCHKJSS ST. 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