Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 11, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, November 11, 1949
Page 5
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'ainting Of High [School Acclaimed Joan Phillips, 16, daughter of [Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phillips, of New I Haven road, has painted a picture of NaugatuclT High school 1 which is now on display in a window of the Connecticut Light & Power Co. office, on Maple street. Miss Phillips, a Naugatuck High school senior, is one of the most talented meTnbcrs of Mrs. Mary Penrose's High school art classes. She has done several outstanding paintings, but her latest effort is being acclaimed as her best effort. Local Resident Unhurt In Crash An auto operated by Phillipe B. Jensen, 47 Locust street, was one of three cars involved in a crash Tuesday night in New Haven, police of that city report. No one was injured in the accident. According- to police, a car driven by James S. Wilbur. 36, of Shelton, was struck by a car driven by Andrew D. Thomas, 45, of Ansonia, and then striking the Jensen vehicle. Thomas was arrested on charges of reckless driving, operating while under the influence and operating with defective brakes. Albert Eggleton Appointed To Home Service Committee Resignations of three members of the Home Service Commitu-c of the Naugatuck chapter, American Red Cross, were announced at a meeting of the group this weok 1st thru loth Eve. at 8 Mafinees Dec. 3, 4 and 10 at 2:30 ALBERT EGGLETON in the chapter house, Chxirch street. Miss Anne Crane, Mrs. Chester 3arvin of Beacon Falls, and Jay Hoyt have resigned from the committee, with Albert Eggleton of Beacon Falls being appointed to replace Mrs. Garvin. Miss Emily Sophie Brown, chair- nan, conducted the meeting with Hiss Jane B. Kellogg, Home SRI v- t ce secretary. Members of the committee attending wore Mrs. C'lar- ence S. Austin, Mrs. Harris Whit temore, Jr., Mrs. Carl E. Anderson, Mrs. Bruce Fisher, Joseph H. Litlle, Hysell M. Brooks, TUT. Edward Williams and Atty. Lawrence Matzkin. A report was given by Miss Kellogg on the Connecticut conference of social work held Nov. 4 'In Bridgeport. She attended the institute on basic skills In casework, which was led by Miss Marion Lowe, professor of social work at the University of Connecticut, School of Social Work. Guest speaker at the meeting was William Davison, a member of Naugatuck American Legion post, No. 17. He told of his personal experiences with the local Red Cross chapter, relating that sever-il months aga/hls grandson was ill in a Pennsylvania hospital, rind that the Naugatuck Red Cross chapter contacted the chapter in Pennsylvania and was able to obtain a report on his condition mnd news about the child's parents, who wore yislted by a Red Cross worker. H« expressed his appreciation for I he service, and told the committee he knew of no other way in v/hich he and his wife could have obtained the information. In his talk about American I/e- Rion work Mr. Davison described the Legion program for assistance to veterans and its responsibility for administering the Soldiers', Sailors' and Marines' Fund of Connecticut. Miss Kellogg explained how the Home Service works in cooperation with the fund. LOVE SWINDLER ENGEL IN JAIL A TRAIN A MINUTE Day and night, a train arrives In New York 'on the average 'ot every 50 seconds. itGANS <* f ** r. > *J Ho! Ha! Christmas Adams and Christinas EVes, look what we have here for your wonderful holiday Just tak» MAKE IT A TOY G IVING CHRISTMAS NAUGATUCK'S GREAT TOY STORE CANS, INC. MAPLE STREET NAUGATUCK STORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 8:45! ! ! Marjorie Saffran Win® Jaycee Oratory Contest The annual Voice of Democracy contest of the Naugatuck Junior Chamber of Commerce, held last night in Legion Memorial Home, was won by Marjorie Saffran, u .senior at Naugatuck High school. She was presented a $25 savings bond, given by the Jayceea. Marion Wrobel, second prize winner, was presented an album of records. Duplicate awards of albums were given Cynthia Wilmot and Pea.t-1 Brower, who. tied for third place-. Miss Saffran's speech will be recorded and entered in the state competition at Hartford. Winner of the rotate contest will compete with other state winners for an '•n-e.xpenc.e trip to Washington, D. C., and a $500 scholarship.' The contests are staged on a national scale by the U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce.- Judgera were the Rev. Willard B. Soper, Helen M<-Donough, Mrs Mrs, Frederick Ztmlno and Arthur Pwan. Contest chairman wan John Darby. Seventeen other contestants were Kathleen Rourke, Margaret Plocke, Ann Lorenson, Theodore IXuczynski, Lola Roman). Marguerite Deegan, Diane Spadola Robert VanDelft, Joan Sullivan Barnett Conn, Ix>rralnft Tellcs Judy Martinez, Mary Ellen 'Len- nnn, Regina Sullivan and John Juckett. 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