Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 7, 1949 · Page 3
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Weekday Religion School Opens Fifth Session Personal *The Weekday School of ReHgion opened its fifth year in Naugatuck Thursday afternoon. The schbol is conducted under the auspices of the Naugatuck Council of Churches and is designed to increase the opportunity of Protestant children for religious training and experience. 'The fourth, fifth and sixth grades from Hop Brook school attend Salem Lutheran church under the teaching direction of Mrs. Adolph Nelson, Mrs. James Reynolds and Miss Marlyn Carlson. Immanuel Lutheran church receives the fourth and fifth grades from Oak Street school. Teachers are Mrs. Seth Booth and Rev. Theodore A. Schrader. Religion School at the Full Gospel Tabernacle will accommodate the children in the fourth and fifth grades at Prospect Street school. Mrs. Leon Smith will instruct. The first session will begin next Thursday. October 13.' Children from the sixth'and seventh grade at Salem School will attend the Hillside "Congregational church. Teachers -there include Miss Martha Johnson and Mrs. Arthur Pearson. Mrs. Morris f ollett, Mrs. Harold Brown, Mrs. Howard Noble and Mrs. George Follett will instruct at St. Michael's church. Children from the fourth and fifth grades of Rubber Avenue ' school and fourth grade of Central Avenue school are to attend St. Michael's. The Methodist Church instruction will be under the direction of Rev. Matthew H. Gates, Mrs. Bruce Fisher, Jr. and Mrs. William Booth. The fourth and fifth grades of the Salem School are to attend the Methodist Church. Central Avenue school children in -the fifth, sixth, and seventh grades -will attend the Congregational Church. Instructions will be Siven by the Rev. Willard B. Soper and Mrs. Louise KLalas. A total enrollment of 120 children was reported at the first meeting of instruction. The need for more teachers has been stresed, ind any who feel the desire to assist have been asked to call the "arious church pastors. There will be a meeting of all teachers and committee members next Thursday, October 13, following the regular 2:40 o'cfock instruction period. The tentative meeting Dlace is to be the Congregational Church. Protestant children attending gradss four through seven of the local grammar ' schools will be released from school at 2:30 p. in. each Trursday afternoon. Children have been asked to bring a loose leaf notebook and a. Bible to all the class sessions. 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, Luana Cloth, Alpaca, Moss Crepe, Crease Resistant Rayon Gabardine, Plaids in Spun Rayon, Woven Suit- ings, Tissue Failles, etc. Blouse Materials in Fine Crepes, also Silk Crepes for Lingerie. Dessert-Bridge In Prospect A dessert-bridge will be held in the Prospect Grange hall Wednesday evening, Oct. 12 at 8 o'clock, with proceeds to be given St. Anthony's church in Prospect. The party was to have been held in the afternoon, but was rescheduled to afford more .people an opportunity to attend. Awards will be given for Our Lady of Fatiraa shrine. Prizes will be given high scorers at each table. Fraternal Study Club's 55th Birthday, The Worifan's Study Club of Naugatuck this week celebrated their fifty-fifth anniversary. At the opening Fall meeting, Mrs. B. N. Wilmot read a paper on "Moment and Memories" in which she reviewed previous- anniversary celebrations. Mrs. Franklin S. Lobdell, Club Historian, summarized the program of 1948-1949. Mrs. Philip T. Paul, president, emphasized the value of study. Mrs. E. Philip Walker is chairman of a committee for the Club which sponsors a concert-lecture series annually. f Miiss Joan Green served on the decoration committee for a dance given by (^he . science department of Danbury Teachers college last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burnett of New Haven road are leaving Sat urday for Dallas, Texas to visit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burnett and family. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Hillip Koch of Damson Lane recently entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schuer of Port Jervis, N. Y. ' Gift suggestions from Home- Making clubs throuhgout the state have arrived, to oe studied by the local group. Eclipse Of Moon The eclipse of the moon last night was observed by many Naugatuck residents as the earth passed between the sun and the moon starting at 8:30 o'clock. Forty-five minutes later the eclipse was complete. The second eclipse this year, last night's phenomenon was seen more clearly than those in recent years. In most parts of the country, overcast obscured the moon. 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No.223t.Rich 18th Century Style in Honduras Mahogany. Drawer in base. PHONE 3-1101 Waterbury's Oldes t Furniture Store 27 CENTER ST. Women's Club Federation Lists Events The Presidents' Council of the Connecticut State Federation of Women's Clubs will hold its fall meeting- on Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the Waterbury Woman's Club, 76 Central avenue. The meeting will begin at 10:30 with the president, Mrs. George K. Cash'man of Waterbury, presiding. Reservations for luncheon to be served at the clubhouse should be mad:e with Mrs. Melville Skiff of Middlebury. Club presidents of federated clubs throughout the state will attend' thin meeting to discuss their problems. The Annual Fall meeting of the Connecticut State Federation of Women's Clubs will convene on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at Conley Inn, Torrington, at 10:30 with the State President, Mrs. Wilmer L. Sehultz of Canaan, presiding. After f. brief business meeting, the new department chairmen will be introduced. The principal speaker at the morning session will be the Hon. Stanley P. Mead of New- Canaan, whose subject will "The Strength of ' Our Juvenile Courts." A 'musical interlude of vocal solos will 'be rendered by Mrs. Percy G. Hartnett of Meriden, who has been on the concert stags throughout the United States and Canada and was formerly a member of the Municipal Opera Company of St. Louis and the Civic Opera Company of Chicago. Following luncheon at 12:30 the afternoon session will begin at 1:45 when Mrs. James L. McConaughy of Cornwall, ^wiir give first hand information on the life of a Governor's wife. The second speaker of the afternoon will be Miss Helen Ridgeway, a Public Library Specialist of the American Library Association, Chicago, who will speak on "Strengthening th,; Library Program on the Adult Level." Miirs Ridgeway is a graduate of PemibtJke College, having received her Masters degree - at Columbia University. She has had wide experience in Public Library work and is the author of a book "Reading Habits of Adult. Non- Users -of the Public Library." A large delegation of cluftwom- en from the 833 federated clubs in the state will attend this meeting The hostess club will be the Torrington's Woman's^ Club, Mrs. George L. "Ross' ^resident, with •whom II-un che id n reservation's should be. made before Saturday, Oct. 15. Her address' Is 42 Charles' street, Torrington. ' .... . The Beacon Valley Home-M^k ers Club ,of the New Haven Firm Bureau, will hold an all-day meeting Monday at the homte of Mrg Fred Twltchell 17 Burke street, Union City, starting at 10:30 Jisra William Feltman, president! will preside. - 1 * The MUSIC . . . records for children make wpnderful year-round gifts . . . 88 Church St. Phone 5287 THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison Ave. Waterbury Closed All Day Mondays-.. Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 F. M. Saturday 11 A. 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Others attending- from Nauffatuck included Mrs. Clifford A. Teeple, Mrs. George W. Carroll, Mrs. John J. Gormley and Mrs. L. Harris Racke. The theme of yesterday's session was '.'Helping Federation To Fulfill Its Fians." Mrs. Wilmar L. Schultz. State Federation President, spoke on "Strength and Unity." .Another address "Occupational Therapy At Middletown State Hospital" was given by Mrs. Gerald J. Jud. At yesterday's business meeting Mrs. Durr was elected New Haven County treasurer. WSOS Attends Seven members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church attended a caravan meeting yesterday at the Hamden Plains Methodist Church. Those attending were Mrs. Fred Mowrey, Mrs. William Richards. Mrs. George Bell, Mrs. William Titley, Mrs. Martha Andrews, Mrs. Thomas Walsh, and Mrs. Donald Umlauf. The featured speaker at the meeting was Dr .Hyla Watterts, who has been a medical missionary to China for the past 25 years. Salem BTjA To Meet The first meeting of the Salem PTA will b e held Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 8 o'clock in the school auditorium. All parents and teachers are invited" to attend the business rqpeting and refreshment >p«r.iod that will follow. The executive board for the current year include Earl Shedd, president; Carl Toothaker, flrst vice-ipresident; Mrs. Earl Shedd, second vice-president; Mrs. Timothy Cronin. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Willard B. Soper, recording' secretary; Walter Booth, treasurer; and Miss Helen Maroney, school representative. Mrs Ralph Fulton is chairman of the membership committee and Carr Toothaker is 'program chairman. Salem Circle Tib Meet The regular monthly meeting of the Evangeline Circle, Salem Lutheran church will be held Tuesday evening, Oct. 11, at Tranquility Farm, Middlebury. A supper will be served 1 at 6:30 o'clock followed by a demonstration of the various processes of the farm and also a business meeting. There will be a monthly business meeting of the Pond Hill Community Cluto this evening at 8:30 j>. rra. at the club rooms. President Harry Monroe has requested all members to be present. UHQEST STOCK OF FINE WATCHES IN WATERBURY •\ ,A?[lW*tJ 17Jewels, WIWHUD'S MOST HONORED WATCH _ $ WO°» I, 17 Jewels, 14K Gold Cose.. >, 17 Jewels, Gold Filled 0 D^Mfcorson, *7 Jewell, Gold Filled-i !•£ Cameron, 17 Jewels, Gold Filled Case.S?; $ ft n '•. toSdjwt Washington, W> V* Gold Cose *t50" JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS^'sirjCE 1900 :v ,*j ,. -_ BANK STKEET AT CENTER = WATERBURY EASY PAYMINTS INVITED: In addition to the customary 30-day charge account, Michaels invites divided payments in *moH weekly or monthly amounts. Michaels makes available, at no added cost, the lowest terms offered by fine jewelers anywhere. COMPENSATION Alfred E. 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