Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 6, 1949 · Page 10
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PACE 1ft—NAUGATPCK NEWS <CONN.). THURSDAY. OCT. fl. 1MO Mrs. Mary Mathieu Leaves Saturday For DSWV Convention MRS. MART MATHIEU Mrs. Mary Mathieu of Church street, aister of the Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor of St. Francis' Church, leaves Saturday by train for Tampa. Fla., where she will join some 150 delegates from Connecticut to the national United Spanish War Veterans convention. Mrs. Mathieu is national vocal soloist for the Spanish-American War Veterans organization. Most of the Connecticut delegates left this morning for the convention site.. The state veterans hope to elect one of their members president of the organization. Atty. Henry H. Hunt of Weat Hartford wlltv-be nominated for the high office by the delegates. Atty. Hunt, a former Glastonbury town court judge, is senior vice-commander of the Connecticut Spanish War Veterans. SAM'S 8E&VICE STATION and OARAGE « M Robber Ave, TeL 5M7 — Front End Work — Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights FANS HAVE THEIR INNING AS SERIES GETS GOING THREATENING SKIES and early morning showers failed to dampen the spirits of hundreds of fans (left), many of whom (pent the night just outside the entrance gate to the bleachers at Yankee Stadium, New York. In Brooklyn, on* of the largest crowds ever assembled outside Borough Hall (right) gathers to cheer the Dodger* M to victor*. An Mtimated 900.000 persons turned out to take cart in the ceremonies. (internoiieMl) New Britain Package Robbed Last Night New Britain, Oct. 6(UP)—A package store at the outskirts of New Britain was held up last night by two men who robbed the place of an undetermined amount of money. Police say the pair entered the store, ordered a pint of liquor and then ordered the clerk to empty the cash register. One of the holdup men was armed. Officials report that the men were in their twenties. Fall Causes Death Of Ex-Commissioner Danbury, Oct. 6—(UP)—A fall from a ladder at the Danbury Fair causad the death of former State Commissioner of Domestic Animals Claude Jones of Hebron. Ho was 55 years old. Jones was exhibiting (prize oxen at the fair and was climbing into the loft of a barn on the fail- grounds when he slipped and fell. Medical Examiner John D. Booth said death wa!s caused by a brok- &t neck. Jones was commissioner of domestic animals from 1911 to 1945. "Romance, Of Money" Starts Friday In Naugatuck News Ted Hammer, WicIUta, Kan., newspaperman and librarian of the American Numismatic Association, will write n series of weekly articles for The News on "The Romance of Money." The American Numismatic Association is a non-profit corporation comprised of more than 8,000 coin collectors In the United States and Canada. It does not buy or sell coins. Where did the term "pin money" originate? How do crooks try to cheat coin collectors? How did paper money of America canoe the origin of the term "not worth a continental?" Are buck and doe slang terms for money? Why did congressmen wait until 1862 to issue the first paper money? These are some of the questions Hammer will answer in early articles on "The Romance of Money." He will explain how some coins found in circulation can he sold at a premium. He also will answer Individual questions addressed to him in care of The News. A stamped-addressed envelope should accompany questions The series will begin Friday. Monroe To Preside At Pond Hill Session A regular meeting of the Pond Hill Community Club will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the clubhouse, with President Harry Monroe in charge. The new oil burner has been 'installed in the clubhouse. All members are requested to attend the meeting, as. plans will be discussed for an active fall and winter season. IV T4 THX/FTY SHOPPER WE INVITE yOU TV INSPECT THE TEMPTING ARRM OF CHOICE ME A T CUTS WE FEATURE TODAY. Lean, Tender, Boneless ROAST PORK . 63c Small, Lean Smoked Shoulders 45c Fresh Killed Roasting Chickens CRACKIN' GOOD 1 LB. BOX OF FIG BARS 1 LB. BOX OF SANDWICH COOKIES 70c Value for 57c SPECIAL PREMIER CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 T 35c 39c Fresh Made Italian Sausage 59c SPECIAL VALUE IN THE GROCERY LINE. MAKES miS STOKE A FAVORITE OF MINE f Fresh Made, Delicious LAMB PATTIES lb. 59c U. 3. NO. 1 POTATOES 55c Peck I Firm, Ripe BANANAS 2S25C Large, White . CAULIFLOWER Extra Fancy MacINTOSH APPLES 25c head 5 to*- 25c 6 Fresh Green PEPPERS Sugar Sweet RED cr WHITE GRAPES 25c 3 ibs 29c UJ fly SIDE FURffl ivi *^- T=I '*< 'E: ~r WATER&URY AT PLATTS MILLS T E L, WAT E R B U RY 4-96 32. P'feanty. of Pat/any Space Artists, Writers To Meet Sunday In Southbury CSpecial to The Naugatuck Dally News) Southbury, Oct. 6 — Sunday's meeting of the Artists and Writers of Connecticut at the Congregational Church here will comprise a triple program. At 3:30 there will be a work forum for all arts and crafts, including writing, painting, music, sculpture, ceramics weaving and the like, with leaders in each group conducting discussions, accompanied by demonstrations. Writers will bring and read manuscripts for criticism. After the work forum the annual business meeting and election ol officers will be held. All officers will make their reports and the nominating committee will present a slate of officers. At 7 p. m. there will be a musical program in the church auditorium under the direction of Mrs. Katherine Leavenworth, Southbury. On the spot wire recording' of various proceedings will be done by Charles Clark, Seymour, and made available to members. ^ Chatter By KENNY CIA'MKH CUPLETS CUP CAKE MIX SUCH QUALITY! Here's quality that no other cup cake mix has been able to equal. Cuplets makes 12 to 18 light and tender cup cakes or one nine inch layer. Precision-mixed for sure rer.ults. Just add an egg and milk. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET Tel. 5236 We arc all hoping for Glenn Dann- jy'rf speedy recovery from his an kle injury. Glenn, who is a Freshman, broke the ankle In a JV foot- hnll game In Seymour last Mondny iftnrnoon and IH now recovering In St. Mary's Hospital In Waterbury. Members of the' local Football squad visited him at the hospital Wednesday evening., He Is In room 206 and visiting nours are 1:30-3:00 In the afternoon, and 6:30-7:30 In the evening. Four local high school teacher* havn been chosen to serve on the High School evaluation committees. They are Miss Martha Johnson, head of the Business department. Miss 'Dorothy Moss, Home Economic*, Miss Florence Andereson, Guidance director, and Raymond K. Foley, acting principal. The attendwance at the Pop dance In the high school gym last Saturday evening was the largest ever recorded In the high school's history. It was also a success socially and from every other angle. Koger Currier was successful candidate far election In the Senior class elections held last Tuesday afternoon. Boger was president of his Junior class also. Other officers elected were John Brady, vice-president. Doris Mitchell, secretary, and Bob Babtoy, as treasurer. Bob Trafleantl was elected class representative, the first one In the school's history. ,. For the. first time'In the Naugatuck High school's history, "home" night football game' wlU be played at the' local Recreation Field this- Saturday evening. Torrlngton will be the opposition. Shelton high will show here at night a week from Saturday. This year, Garnet Glimpses in- itcad of being put out solely by ;he Senior classes, will rotate tmong all four classes. The Seniors will edit the first Issue, which will be in THE NEWS the latter port-oft the month. There will'' bio a meeting 6i the CIAC rules committee next week. Our school will be represented at thu meeting. Alexander Krayeske ha.a boon named to succood the Into Prof. James Leary as the head of the Science Department. Mr. Krayeske Is at present teaching Physics and General Science. Members of the Senior class will start selllrtK Christmas cards next week. It was announced recently by Boger Currier, class President. The class of '50, Is starting out on the right foot to raise funds for later activities. Pearl, Kevin Nixon ,and many oth- hope of getting started as soon as or». ' possible. A. movie on the discovery of aluminum wan shown In Miss Virginia* Smith's Economics classes recently, and will be shown In Leon Surln'x Chemistry classes later In the week. Miss Louise Graingcr's English classes tiro preparing to get the CluH» Book opertillona underway. Editors for the various departments are being appointed with Mrs. .loan Glenn, Junior English teacher of last year. WM a substitute for Mrs. Jeanette Matzkln, who loaches f. S. History, last Monday. Mrs. Frances Dickerman, Geometry and Algebra teacher, has started a "brushup" course In math for Seniors who think that they may need it In taking college board r.xams. It will be given to students who have free periods, cither Music or fourth periods. Ann Ellse Erickson. a Junior, was chairman of the X-Ray assembly held In the high school auditorium this morning, which was to prepare the Junior and Freshmen students for the program which will be held Oct. 18. Dr. Samuel Atkins was the guest speaker, and a movie on* TB was shown. The assembly was sponsored by Miss Brooks, school nurse. Now white uniforms were distributed, 'Monday, to the local high school football players.' They're real snazzy. Coach "Gimbo" Sullivan will start training' his Naugatuck High- school swimmers soon at the Y. 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