Social Fraternal Parish Players Dance Tonight A dance will be held tonight at 8 o'clock In the Congregational parish house, under the sponsorship of the Parish Players. Square and round dancing will be held. Mr. and Mrs. Puul M. Elliot are program committee chairmen, assisted by Robert W. Brown. Martha E. Beck, Mildred Reilly Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. McCleary and Mr. and Mrs. Philander Norton. Mr. and Mrs. E. Leonard Borg will be in charge of refreshments, and Miss Arl*tta Qurr is i* Charge of publicity."- ? t • * "- r - Louise Gamble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Foster Gamble of May avenue, arrives today from the Newington Home jtor Crippled-Children to visit her parents. Methodist Group, \ 50 Aft Music Plans Special Dept. Flirst Worship Service Fall Meeting, A special service, in observance of the Week of Prayer and Self Denial will be held following; a business meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church Wednesday evening, Oct. 26, in the church hall. The business session will be held at 8 o'clock, and the service will start at 8:30 o'clock. Mrs. Matthew H. Gates, worship chairman, will be the leader of the service, the theme being, "The World That I Do Ye Do Also", with i Mrs. Francis Zettlemoyer and Mrs. Donald Umlauf as speakers. Quest soloists for the evening will be Mrs. Harold Werner and Miss Ida Schooley. Special floral arrangements will be made by Mrs. Fred Mowrey. At the conclusion of the service there will be a sacrificial meal in charge of Mrs. Ernest Adkins and Mrs. Richard Ort. All Methodist women are requested to unite in the corporate worship service. BRIGHT NEW FACES! Mrs. Joseph Durette of Candeo road, was hostess at a cosmetics demonstration party recently. Guests included Mrs. Dayton Palmer, Mrs. Floyd Bird, Mrs. Arthur Carrington, Jr., Mrs. Franklin Behlman, Jr., Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Nelson Holcomb of Middlebury; Mrs. Henry Yaple of Middlebury. Mrs. Clauncy Ford, and Mrs. Mildred- Ahrens. Fifty members .ind guests attended the first fall meeting of the Music department of the Naugatuck Woman's club held last night at the home of Mrs. Joseph William Bowman, Laurel Lodge, New Haven road. Following a business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Thomas Lee, chairman, a mock radio and television program was presented, with Mrs. George W. Carroll as Mrs. Carroll read a paper < Talent on Parade," and intro- luced Louise Boisvert, who conducts alchildren's program at a Waterbury radio station, and served as commentator. The children, in costume, who performed last night were: Sally Ann Cierello, Bernice Ortlieb, Waterbury. and Dorothy Gabianelli, pianists; Ronald Ruzzy, accord- ianist; Ruth Glaser, violinist; Rosanne Lee, Grace Fairchild, Rosemary Tattigian, Jane Quint, toe dancers; Roseanne Fairchild, Mary Ann Wooster, Jeanne Smith, acrobatic dancers; Donald Mariano, tap dancer. Mrs. Nicholas Spadola served as piano accompanist. Hostess for the evening was Mrs Bowman, and pouring was Mrs Armstrong Durr, club president, and Mrs. Lee. The Pond Hill Community Club will hold a social meeting tonight at 8 o'clock at the .center. Let Sehpero's give your old watch a •wonderful 'new look 7 with a brand- new modern face. Schpero's has smart, replacement watch faces for your selection. William Schperol 162 Chnrch OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 8:45! Junior Club 1 To Present Program Monday The annual Neighbors Night vent of the Naugatuck Junior Voman's club will be augmented y a program, "An Evening at the 'heater with Jack Conway," Monay evening at/S o'clock in the American Legion Memorial Home, 1 Cedar street. Mr. Conway, director ofThePlay- nakers, local drama group, which ast spring won the state drama ournament, sponsored by the Con- ecticut Junior Chamber of Com- nerce In Yale theater, will pre- ent a resume of stage setups and quipment; technical points of the heater nnd its background; makeup on the stage ,and will conclude he program with blackout sketches, with club members participat- ng. Junior clubs of Torrington, Bris- ol, Meriden and Waterbury have been invited to attend. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson is in charge of arrangements, and Miss Sara Emery ind Miss Jane O'Donnell will be charge of hospitality. Miscellaneous Shower Quest Hillside Women Nominating' Group Na*tned> A nominating commHlec was appointed laHt night at a meeting of the Ladles' auxiliary of the Hillside Congregational Church, and includes Mrs. Oscar Swanson, Mrs. Elton Abramson and Mrs. James Fox. Mrs. Yngve Dahlin, president, conducted the business session. during which Mrs. David Rappc announced final plans made for the harvest sale to be held Oct. 27 ant 28. A reiport was made by Mrs. Carol Erickson on tne annual meeting of the CWA held Oct. 1 in Washington Depot. Mrs. Erickson also led the the devotions. Mrs. Harold Hoacock, missionary chairman, reported planograph supplies have been sent Miss Edith Olson, missionary in Ecuador. Sooth America. The afternoon bandage rolling meeting will be held Nov. 9 at 1 o'clock. Next month the Thanksgiving tea will be held for the benefit of the Helen Solberg dormitory at North Park College, Chicago, III. Guest speaker for the evening was Miss Pearl Adkins of the Southbury Training School. Hostesses were Mrs. Harry McLean and Mrs. Carlson Nelson. To Entertain/ Alt Open House Mra. IS. Philip Walker of Mill- vlJJo ttvenuo will ontcrtciin at Ji.n open house party Sunday afternoon In West Hartford, in honor of Miss Vornicc Gay, new resident <Tf that place. M!HH Gay, Who In 11 pluno In- ulructor at St. Mtirgarot'a wchool, Waterbury, recently moved from New York to West Hartford. NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN.), KIlinAV, OCT. 21. 1iM!»—1'AGK 3 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Durctte, Candee road, entertained recently at dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Birdsall and Mrs. Nelson Holcomb of MldUlcbury. Following dinner, cards were played. Entertain At Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Clayton F. Davit! of High street entertained lust, eve- nine at a triple birthday parly. Tim party was lirlil in .-ulvann' of the regular dates an thulr HOII, James, reports next Tuesday to hi;! Navy base in Bayonne, N. J. Honored at the event was James, who observes his birthday Nov. •!; Mrs. Norman Wood, Nov. 13, and Mrs. Clayton S. Davk«, Nov. R. 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