Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 1, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, November 1, 1949
Page 3
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Personal Social Fraternal Dessert-Bridge, Church Supper Marks Faff The annual', t^ro^da^ '"*hli t*lr, sponsored by the Church Helpers of St. Michael's Episcopal church, Thursday and Friday, Nov. 10 and 11 in the parish house, will feature « dessert-bridge and cafeteria »tyle supper. • •' The fair will open Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with a dessert- bridge, with Mrs. Chester Isbell in charge of reservations and refreshments. The supper will be held Friday evening from 5:30 to 7 o'clock in charge of Mrs. J. Curtiss Russell. "•''- . ' v Various attractively -decorated booths will be set up in the parish house auditorium on both days. Mrs. C. Arthur Fager is in charge of tables and prizes. Mrs. Isbell is being assisted by Mrs. William Hill, Mrs. James Skeirik, Mrs. Harold Stinson, Mrs. Ellen Baummer, Mrs. William Leuchars and Mrs. George Currier. Anyone .desiring:; reservations are requested' to Contact a member of the committee. , Booths will .be as fallows;. Toys Mrs. Norris Folleft';'" fancy work Mrs. Leon 8mit»>; flojRera * n d plants, Mrs. Hans Griesbach; aprons, Mrs. Harold Free; handkerchiefs. Miss Jane Twitchell; jams andi jellies, Mrs. Arthur Lewis and Miss Alice Johnson; white elephant Mrs. John W, Briggs; baksry. Mi's! Jease Howell; candy, Mrs. Seabury Hungerford; parcel post, Miss Annie Carley; St. Michael's Guild Mrs. Mildred Hair. THE CHINA INN 11 Harrtoon Ave..; Whterbury Clowd All Dmy M6nd«y. Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.' Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday Vt Noon to IZ Midnight Methodist Fair Talent Show Set A special talent program will follow the turkey supper of the annual country fair of the Methodist Church ThurHday evening, It was announced today. The supper will be served from 5 to 7 o'clock, with the entertainment program to follow nl 8 o'clock. Herbert Johnson will be. master of ceremonies for the show which will feature the following entertainers: Cecil Matson and his dancing puppets, to be accompanied by Ann Spadola. Carol and Jeannett Gauler, accordion soloists, will be heard and Russell Savard will present a novelty tap-dance. Mary-Ann Wooster will give an acrobatic dance exhibition and Edgar Wyatt and Ida Schooley will give vocal solos, accompanied by Mrs. Raymond Paul. The Strails- ville Slickers will present several novelty numbers. OES To Plan Bapza/arrSupper Plans for a Christmas bazaar and supper to be held Dec. 8 will be discussed Thursday evening at a regular meeting of Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star, at 8 o'clock in Masonic Temple on Church street. Mrs. Louis Zeun, worthy matron, will be in charge of the meeting, during which a class of candidates will be initiated. Refreshments will be served in the banquet hall at the conclusion of the evening's activities. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Power.s of Church street have had as their guest for the past several days, his father, Walter L. Powers of New York city. Mr. Powers is nn executive with the Bell Telephone Co. of New York. Cast Member Miss Maryann Swan, a freshman at Colorado Woman's college, Denver, Colo., and daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Swan, New Htroet, who IN a member of the cost of the three-act comedy, The Would-Be Gentleman, to he presented at the college Nov. 10. While in NauRtituck she appeared with the I'laymakero. Mins Swan also was a njember of the decorating committee for a Halloween party held laot night at the college. Legion Women A Halloween costume party will be held tomorrow night following a meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of Naugatuck American Legion post, No. 17 at 8 o'clock in the Memorial Homo. 21 Coclar street. Tho huslnuHH session will be In charge of Miss Dorothy M, Broder, president Miss Frances Braziel is chairman of the party committee. All members are requested to wear a costume. Prizes will be awarded and games played. VFW Auxiliary Party Thursday A public card party and bingo will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In the' Voternrs of Foreign Wars Home on Rubber avenue, under the auspices of the Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader Post, VPW. Final arrangements for the event were made last evening nl a meeting of the committee held at the home of Mrs. Franklin Behlman, Jr., chairman. A door prize will be awarded, as well as a prize at each table. A buffet lunch will be served. Assisting the chairman are Mrs. Waller Fitzgerald, Mrs. Harold C. Lewis and Mrs. Edgar Blckford. Hostess At' Holiday Party A Halloween party was held Saturday at the borne of Miss Sylvia Johnson on Fern street. Among those attending were: Barbara Luskay, Dorold Almquist, Mary McNamee, Helen Schiller, Mary Daume, Joyce Webster, Darlene Nelson, Elise Peterson, Ruth Carroll, Patricia Kreidler, Dorothy Rusgaitis, Betty Rusgaltis, Frances Hanson, Sheila Allen, Janet -Tifft, June Allen, Barbara Rnytkwlch. James Brennan, Carl Peterson, Richard Foulkrod, Robert Swanson, Allan Johnson, Walter Saviirtl, Ronald Grnle, William Allen, Carlton Blomborg, Allen Gabrlelson, Richard Sunbury, Michael Magas, Joseph Szczoczaiz, James Tierney. Pfc. Robert Stlen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stlcn of North Hoad- Icy street, who has been on duty with the Army Air Force at Gro- nier Field, Manchester, N. H., is now stationed at the Turner Airfield Base Albany, Ga. - "Woterbury'i Friendly Department Store" EVEN FATHER NEPTUNE COULD KEEP DRY WITH THESE SUPER DUPER Nationally Advertised PACIFIC SUPER-SORB RAYON and COTTON TOWEL ENSEMBLES 4 At LESS Than PRICE BATH TOWELS 24x48 Regular $1.98 SALE GUEST TOWELS 16x28 Regular 98c SALE FACE CLOTHS 12x12 Regular 49c SALE Remember! THEY'RE PACIFIC TOWEL ENSEMBLES NOTE . . . This Is One Of The Greatest Towel Events We Have Ever Advertised You've never seen so many towels in your life, you've never before seen such quality at this price! A terrific selling of-thousands of first quality Nationally Advertised lowels offered at ]<>SK than half price! How Come? We purehaBCil the entire mill closeout. at an off price, you reap (he savings. They're lustrous super absorbent, dun-able. The most sensational towels on the market combining successfully for the first time the luminous beauty of soft gleaming rayon terry, with the durability of cotton. Soft to the, touch, beautiful in their eye appeal. Olowing pastel colors of Golfl, Blue, Peach, Grey, Pink, Helio, Green and White. STREET FLOOR 200 At Polish Nattionajl Church Costume Da^n/ce Morn than 200 attended the third annum masquerade danco held Saturday riight In the Polish National hall, North Main street, un der the sponsorship of the Holy Saviour, Polish National Catholic Church. Gene Bcdnarskl and his orchestra of Bridgeport provided music for dancing. After the march, the following were awarded prizes: Elsie Sommers, funniest costume; Caesar Krzykowskl, best dressed; Stanley Korowtny and Vincent Dumonski, funniest couple; Barbara Szymanskl and Frances Krzykowskl, best dressed couple. Prizes also were awarded for the balloon contest, which was held for the children. Edward Szyman- skl and Vincent Sosnowskl were co-chairmen of the event. Rummage Sale Hkre Friday The Ladies' Aid Society of the Immanuel Lutheran Church will hold a rummage sale Friday in the store next to the Alcazar theater ,on North Main street. Mrs. Joy Schlesinger and Mrs. Theodore Schrader are co-chairmen of the sale, assisted by Mrs. John Vagt, Mrs. Charles Vagt and Mrs. tlhhrles White. Volunteers are asked to report to l.he sale site Thursday evening to prepare- for the sale. Persons planning to contribute Items who wish to have them picked up are .requested to call Mrs. Schrader. ON THE AIR 5:30— WATR NAUGATUCK N1BWS WTIC— Just Plain Bill Farrclt (I:lG-WATl^:Al""vJa°tro-Sports. ol the Day WWCO-Sportscopo WTIC—Strictly Sports WJJ It Y —Hto.y Tuned -WAXR—Von Tobel WWCO-Who'n Talking WBRV—John A. Clunoy ., p Ar W'lyC-Wi'lBhtvllJe Folks 0:4B --X£ T »-5'"nmy Kayo r-tn 0 : 3 0 • Music y. 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D :30—Ule ol Rlley ' 10:00—Amatour Tlour Ammxlng M»w Cromt* Re-Colors Hair In 22 Minutes rirmb h»lr ton nimlaaUitoai yoathfal-looklnsr color, trr Ttnti Crem* Shampoo-Tint todar. lt'« • n*w hair coloring that T»-eolorv hair *t horn* m» It •hftmooo*. T»ke» onijr 22 mlnut*w. No waiting- for r» •ultfl. It'i 9*»jf to Ui«- m«uy mixing. Caattoo: only m* directed. Won't *uh or rub oat. Won't harm Mttn« n«nU. MONEY BACK Oo»r •nt«e. G«t »oor eho4c« of wJor today L __ J«t •!••.«, •!••!., Dark Brawn, ^g CAHHOLI, CUT RATE STORES 156 Church St. 31 So. Main St. Waits Mate's Return AT HER HOME in Albany, N. Y., Mrs. Margaret White Jensen, 20, receives the good nejvs that her deported Danish husband will be allowed to return to the United States. President Truman signed n bill which nlaj lows Jensen to apply for reentry without the customary one-year waiting period. The Jensens have two children, (/nternationall ASKS DIVORCE Mrs. Alice P. Hepp, Watcrbury, hns filed a divorce action,; in which she charges Goorge Hepp, Watcr- bury, with cruelty, In Waterbury Superior Court. The suit is returnable to the December term of the court. The couple was married Nov. 0, 1943 In Naugutuck. Mrs. Hepp seeks to resume use of her maiden name, Alice Petro. . PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS Should Be Ordered NOW! Every Year Hundreds of People are Disappointed Because They Waited TOO LONG! PLEASE Order Now! Better for YOU—Us, too! Your Year 'Round 1 Card Dealer SWEENEY'S \ ART and STATIONERY . STORE 213 Church St. Naugatuck _ jjtlG ATLJCKi E W . ) . TUESDAY, XOV. 1, )!M»— PAGE Junior Women s Club Parley Slatted Sundajy Members of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club planning to attend the fall conference of the Connecticut State Junior Women's clubs Sunday in Meridcn, are requested to make reservations not later than Thursday by telephoning Miss Arlene Sullivan 3323. The local delegation will be head- ed by Mrs. M. Francis Pceley, president. The conference, to be held in the 1711 Club, Mcriden, will open in the morninR nt 10:30 o'clock, with members of the Meriden Junior Women's club as hostesses. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Evelyn Whitmnn. author of I'm Tired of Grandma. Transportation will be provided local club members desiring to-attend. fiO KINDS OF J-JSII Cnnridian fisheries produce nearly 00 different kinds of fish for table use. In Don River Woven Ginghams Exclusive Color Combinations — Pick your favorites Convertible Collars — Smart open or closed long Sleeves - Roll 'em up, wear 'em down! Wrinkle-Reiistant — ie« mussing, less pressing Colorfast — Sun and sods-proof Folly Shrunk - Residual shrinkage will not exceed I % SIZES 32 to 40 Famous SHIP 'n SHORE quality as seen in LI PI MADEMOISELLE and SEVENTEEN 191-109 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK Store Open Dally Monday thru Saturday, 9:30 to 5:45 . . . also Friday N endearing style enduring accessories from norwash, of course Every woman loves to pel; "dressed up" and smart Naugatuck women know how important accessories are to any outfit . . . but more important is the style of the accessories. At Nor- wash, now, you can choose from the verV latest styles as featured in leading magazines when planning your ".fashion-alert" coslmnc. Handbags from $2.98 to $7.95 HOSIfXY 89c to $1.95 Rhythm Step's ever-lovely <U «*•« In iHHIIng taMon mageihrai' For that flattering backward glance, slip on our newest double-' woven Dawnelle ihortie; Its back interest pays handsome tribute to five rows of hand drawn tucking, a center vent, and delicately hand- Ititched fingers., Washable, of coune. Motor $8,95 to $13.95 Wear it as a deeper shadow of your all-green, Fall-green costume... or as accessory to Autumn rust, beige, brown or smoke-toner A'' forest-echo shade that gains depth and beauty in Suede... this Rhythm Step could be the starting point of your smartest outfit! \ "first in fashion in Naugatuck" ~ Norwash S HOE STORE 209 CHURCH ST. — NEARY BLDG. — NAUGATUCK

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