Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 27, 1949 · Page 12
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TAGK 18—NAOGATTJCK NEWS. (CONN.), THTJRSDAY. OCT. 27, 1019 A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Thursday, Oct 27 First fall meeting. Literature and Dramatic Art Department. Naugatuck Woman's Club, home of Mrs. Winfield Witherwax, 8 p. m. Evergreen Sewing Circle meet- Ing, Masonic Temple, 2 p. m. Domestic bakery sale, sponsored by Past Noble Grands club of Col- uirtoian Rebekah lodge. Quality Cleanera store, North Main street, 11 a. m. Board of Assessors, 2 to 5 p. m. Harvest Sale, spons'rcd by Ladies' auxiliary of Hillside Congregational church in church hall. 7 to & pi m. Friday, Oct. 28 St. Mary's Altar society's children's Halloween party. Board of Assessors. 10 a. m. to • p. m. Bakery sale, Girl Scout troop No. 34, St. Michael's parish house, 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. Local Eagles Aerie will play Torrington Aerie in setback matches. Harvest Sale, sponsored by Ladies' auxiliary of Hillside Congregational church in church hall, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 29 Board of Assessors, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Halloween Dance for adults and young- people,- Pond Hill Community Center, 8 f. m. Sunday, Oct. SO St. Mary's Aitar society receives Communion in body at 7:30 a. m What's Doing In Naugatuck Monday, Oct. 31 Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle school, 3 p. m. Board of Assessors, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 1 Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, Installation o' Officers and Banquet, 6 'p. m., at Hotel Elton, Waterbury. Executive Committee. Naugatuck Council of Churches meets at 8 p. m. in Hillside Congregational Church. Regular monthly meeting, Board of Warden and Burgesses, Town Hall, 8 p. m. Public card party, at Central Avenue school, sponsored by PTA, 8 ijx m. Board of Assessors, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 2 Naugatuck District Girl Scout committee meets at home of Mrs. Philip E, Rice, Park avenue, 8 p. m. Monthly meeting of Aid Society in Congregational parish house. St. Mary's Altar society annual Halloween party, 8 p. m. Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle school, 8 p. m. Thursday, Nov. S Annual banquet, Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce, Elks' rooms, 7 p. m. Annual Methodist Church Fair, 1 p. m. Turkey dinner from 5 to 7 p. m. Friday, Nov. 4 Rummage sale, sponsored by La- dies'Aid society of Immanuel Lutheran church. in.Raytkwich garage. Annual luncheon, Sarah Rogers chapter, CAR, Salem Lutheran Church hall, 1:30 p. m. First concert in Woman's Study Club concert-lecture series, Congregational Church, 8:15 p. m. Christmas Fair, sponsored by FLORENCE COMBINATION RANGES ALL MODELS ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY HAVE YOU,SEEN THE NEW SWING DOOR BROILER' * EASY TERMS 0 OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS * CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP, WATEBBUKY ROAD, WATERTOWN, PHONE 275 Ladies' Aid Society of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 7 p. m. Annual Methodist Church Fair, 1 p. m. Dessert-bridge 2 p, m. Movies shown both days at 4 p. in. for children. Monday, Nov. 7 Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle School, 7:30 p. m. Meeting of committee arranging for Montanari-Rfido post nuxiliary, Harvest Hop, in Cristnfoi'o Columbo hall, 8 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 8 Junior Chamber of Commerce supper-meeting. 6:1!) o'clock, An- ncnberg's Restaurant. Wednesday, Nov. 0 Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle school, 8 p. m. Testimonial dinner Cbr Q. P. Rodcnbach, 6 p. m., Salem Lutheran parish hall. Regular meeting, St. Mary's Altar society .church hall, 8 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 10 Card party, sponsored by Ladies' axixiliary of Naugatuck American Legion, No. 17, Legion Home, Cedar street, 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 1(1 Card party, St. Mary's Altar society. Friday, Nov. 18 Food sain, .sponsored by Nnu- gatuck branch, Connecticut Council of Catholic Women, Brennan's store, Church street, 10 a. m. Royal Baby Sitter COUNTESS Liliana De Rety, wife of former King Leopold of Belgium, takes time out from watching a golf tournament in Milan, Italy, to temporarily hold the baby of one oi the spectators. (International) Put A Pause For Coke On Your Program, Too Ask for ?'/ either way . .. both trade-marks mean the same thing, IOTIIED UNDM AUTHORITY OP THS COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OP WATERBURY, INC. Salvation Army Caravan Father Hastillo To Preach Holy Hour Sermon Rev. Stanley Hastillo, assistant pastor of St. Hedwig's church, and Faithful Friar of the Fourth Assembly Knights of Columbus, will preach the sermon at the Holy Hour to be held Sunday evening beginning at 7:30, according to Chris Owens, chairman of the committee arranging the service. Also taking part in the ceremonies will be members of the borough fire and police departments, and a group from the Catholic War Veterans, post 708. Mr. Owens said. Fire Chief John J. •••••••••••aiifla^.gs ••••[••••••••••••^^^^•li^^^Ka.t.jnggk'r^,. . T^^nTrS JaU^^tn — '<( Reuuy lor service throughout New England is The Salvation Army» new mobile-type caravan In special dedication services in Boston recently Colonel William H. Fox, provincial commander of New England is accepting the keys. Looking on arc William A. Nicoi, (at the Colonel's right) who Is the originator of the project nn<l director of the provincial public relations department; and Richard A. Ehrlich, president of the Greater Boston Advisory Board. Study Club Concert Series Opens Here Friday, November 4 Subscribers to the Women's Study Club concert-lecture aeries will enjoy a rich musical experience when they hear Stuart Canin, ycung violin virtuoso from New York, who will open this season with a concert on Friday evening, Nov. 4, in the Congregational Church on the Oreen. Stuart Canin was born in New York 23 years ago. For the past nine years he has studied with the eminent violin teacher, Ivan Galamian. At the age of 14, Mr. Canin won the National Federation of Music Ciubs' nation-wide contest for ycung violinists, for which he received the award of $1,000. In 1944, he was drafted, and early the following year went to Germany as an infantryman. In May of 1945 he was transferred to Special Services. Two months later, his name made headlines as one of the two young American artists chosen to play for Truman, Churchill, and Stalin at the Potsdam Conference, Eugene List being the other. The young violinist returned to New York in August, 1946, after having appeared as soloist with the GI Symphony in Germany and Austria, playing for American, French and British troops. In January of 1948, he mode a highly successful debut in Town Hall, New York city. That same year Mr. Canin won the Younc Artists' Award of the Young Men's and Younpf Women's Hebrew Association, which entitled him to n. recital '^.i a scries including Nathan Milstein, Guilomar 7'ovaes ami Isaac Stern. The New York Horald-Tribuno said of him after his Town Hall concert, "For a youn^ man, Mr. Canin is extraordinarily advance'! both technically and interpretively, It wa.s a distinguished recital.... Canin's rendition of the Bach was not only warm in tone but inter- m-etively sure. The remainder of tho program was of like calibre." The leading Montreal newspaper "Le Devoir" had the following to say after he gave a recital in that city on March 11, 1948: "Stuart Canin i.s extraordinary. .. .He has a beautiful tonn and handles his iTitrumont perfectly. When he in- interpreted the Bach, we recalled the young Menuhin." Mi'. Canin replaces Sandor Sn.l- gc. who was originally scheduled to appear, but who has joined the music faculty of Stanford University and will be unable to go on tour this fall. Mrs. Jesse F. Davis, chairman, dated today that a capacity audience is again assured for this season's series. "It. gives us tremendous satisfaction," she said, "to be able to give the people'of Nau- Katuck so rich an opportunity for so little money." Community Club To Plan Yule Party Plans for the first annual children's ChrirtrnaF party of the newly organized Union City Coaiimun- ity Club will be made at a meeting Friday evening at 8 o'clock in iS.t. MaryHs Church baae.mcnt, it was announced today by President Richard Kelley. All residents of the Union City MI-OB, arc invited to attand anrl ue- come members. Mr. Kelley said today that the club is open tj all who desire to promote social .ind community activities in Union City. Clinic Arranged For Convention A highlight of the Connecticut Teacher,*' convention this year will be a clinic" on stage directing sponsored by the Department of Drama at Yale University, ascord- ing to F. G. Roth, president of the C. E. A. The convention will be held- Friday in two sections fit Now Haven and Hartford. "This clinic should be of special interest to all teachers who direct student'dramatics," said Mr. Roth in a recent interview, "and we are extremely fortunate in having the cooperation of the Yale Drama Department." The clinic will be conducted by members of the faculty of the Department of Drama at Yale and will include observation of demonstration rehearsals by students in the department. Beginning with a tour of the Yale Theater at 1:30 the clinic will continue until 4 p. m. Interested CEA members are to 'meet in the Yale Theater at the main entrance on York street. The Department of -Drama at Yale invitfts all CEA members to be its guests at a special performance of an original three-act play, The Crystal Trumpet, at 8:00 p. m., in the Yale Theater. This Workshop production was written by David Rayflel and directed by Howard Orma, both students in the playwriting and directing classes. CEA membership cards must be shown to secure admission Sheridan, and Police Chief John J. Gormley have given their pft-rnis- sion for delegations of both groups to take part. Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus of Waterbury are also expected to attend in full regalia. The Holy Hour, commemorating the Feast of Christ the King, is being arranged by members of the Fourth Assembly Knights or Columbus of Naugatuck, headed by Faithful Navigator Joseph Suchenski who will appear in full dress to form a guard of honor during the service. Members of the third section Ojeda Council, will also take part in the hour of adoration, as will members of the other Catholic churches of Naugatuck and Beacon Falls. St. Hedwig's Church is expected to be filled to capacity for the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament service. MORE DAYS TO GO IN tor-Stfety Contest YOUR S AreTY CHECX AMD ENTRY The NAUGATUCK FUEL Co 87 Church St. TeL 5236 © 1949, Th« Coca-Cola Company BE A PROUD HOSTESS, USE CUPLETS CUP CAKE MIX Serve cup cakes made with Cup- lee for youj:,n.ext desse.ft, tea or bridge party. Delicious plain or iced. For variety, add cinnamon, dates or chocolate. Also makes one nine inch layer. PORTABLE LAMPS! • Table Lamps • Floor Lamps Pin-To-Wall Lamps • Bridge Lamps There are many long winter evenings ahead which you can make more enjoyable with Portable Lamps. Good home lighting is so inexpensive that there is little reason to spend a single evening hour without its coziness. 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