NADOATOCK NEWS (COffff.), SATPKDAY, OCT. IB, 1949—PACE 5 AME CLUB TO DEDICATE NEW HOME TONIGHT Left to right, Eugene i, Walter Wutkiewicz, Michael Ziemnoo.ha, Stanley Taranowicz, Micc- zysluw Bobinski, and Hlpolite Kliinuszi-wski. On January 10, 1921 a group of Union City residents organized tha Union City Polish-American Club. These men, all of Polish extraction, were Eugene Zakrzewski, Walter Wutkiewicz, Michael Ziemnosha, Stanley Taranowicz, Mieczyslaw Bobinski, Hipolitc Klimaszewski. This group elected as their first officers Bronislaw Kolakoskl r.s president, Stanley Taranowicz as vice-president, Leon Wojna, recording secretary and John iszkiel, financial secretary. The purpose- in organizing the club was to promote social activities and to assist Polish immigrants in obtaining citizenship papers, discussion of political issues, and to arrange payments of benefits to members in case of sickness or death. On February 2, 1927, the club was incorporated under the laws of the state of Connecticut. In 1933 the present building, the old Union City Fire House, was purchased from the Borough of Naugatuck This organization continued to grow until at present there are 155 members on the roster. Because of increased membership the building occupied by this organization became too small, and con- :trnction of an addition was authorized and will be dedicated today, October 15, 1949. This new addition, a one-story modern structure, allows for a large hall in the front of the building, cocktail lounge and .buffet and a large modern kitchen. In the basement are recreation rooms, nnd shower rooms. No expense has been spared and members have ',,'one all-out in their efforts to make this one of the most beautiful cl'.-^s in Connecticut. The membei \ of this organization have taken an active i>art in athletics and have produced outstanding teams !n Softball and bowling, having won the Borough Fraternal Softball Championship In 1940 and the Naugatuck Twilight League championship In :947. The present officers of the organization elected to serve for ISO are: John Zbikowski, president; Victor Grabowski, vlce-presi- rlrnt; Casimir Galeski, recording secretary: Francis Grabowski rmanoiol secretary; Henry Sawicki, treasurer; Anthony Pruch- mcki, trustee; and Stanley Slomcenskl, steward. ,iY"»1*I !I"L ab ' e . le * dc , rshl P of thes » men this outstanding or>.^ e reBi< j ents of Naugatuck m ay justly —— —~ ——______,^__ Best Wishes From W. J. MEGIN, BUILDING CONTRACTORS Frank secretary; Stanley C. Clomcertski, steward. Inc Complete facilities for handling all kinds of industrial and commercial projects Architectual engineering and modernization services. Projects. MAIN OFFICE, MILL AND LUMBER YARDS AT- 51 ELM STREET, NAUGATUCK TELEPHONE 2235 NAUG - 3-0254 WTBY. Compliments Of Sasso Tile Company 1906 Chapel Street New Haven Telephone 3-3511 Compliments Of Federal Roofing Company TAR and GRAVEL ASPHALT—ASBESTOS BUILD-UP ROOFING APPROVED RUBBERIZED APPLICATORS 178 Division Street, Waterbury Tel. 4-4604 Best Wishes For Continued Success Jay's Oil Service Jos. Przybyloski, Prop. 21 School Street Tel. 2029 Compliments Of New York Store Fixture Manufacturing Company 50 Orange Avenue West Haven Telephone 9-6063 N. H. Compliments Of Joseph Ajello SCHLITZ BEER 154 Water Street New Haven Tel. 7-4133 Walter A. Norwash Insurance Fire, Automobile, Marine and Accident REALTOR SALES MANAGEMENT 209 Chruch Street. Tel. 4784 Best Wishes A. V. Hardwick & Son OIL BURNERS 53 Starview Ave., Waterbury HEATING Tel. 4-4682 Gerald's Appliances Sales & Service 107 Spring Street, Union City Tel. 2651 Compliments John V. Sevenson & Sons Painters and Paperhangers 116 Walnut Street Phone 3806 Naug. Compliments Of Waterbury Iron Works Inc. 112 Porter Street, Waterbury Tel. 3-6591 Best Wishes Earl Smith Jnc. 659 Ferry Blvd., New Haven John M. Sutherland AH Kinds of Insurance 203 Church Street PHONE 2176 Compliments American Blind & Shade Company 142 Cherry Street WATERBURY Best Wishes Brassco Bottling Company, Inc. 21 Bond Street Tel. 5-1217 Wtby. Morey & Co, Inc. 45 FREIGHT STREET Tel. 1-9435 Wtby.
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