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Personal—So cial—Fraternal ^^^^^•^•••MMIMMMM^MMMMI Eoflcomttes Plan Holiday Youth Party The annual Christmas pariy /or children of members of the Polish Kalcons 4 Ulan Society, Nest 65. will be held Sunday afternoon, Dec. 11. In Falcon -bttll, under the sponsorship of (he Falconettes, auxiliary of the society. A hot luncheon will be served :it I i o'clock to all In attendance, nad Santa Claus will arrive about 4 o clock to lead In singing Christmas carols ancl dlslrirlute gifts to the children. Members may obtain tickets for 'heir children Sunday, Dec. -1, from Kalconeltes at the club rooms immediately after a meeting. Engaged Leg-ion Women Send 68 Gifts To Vet Hospitals Sixty-eight gifts have been pent to Newlngton and Rooky Hill Vet- c'ann honplnla from the Lacil.vi' auxiliary ot Naugaluck Amer'ea.i legion post, No. 17, according to Miss Dorothy M. Broder. presldort The gifts, together with those from all other units In the •jtatc, i-re a part of the Gift Shop project, and nlre to assist (veterans In hospitals In sending gifts to liiclr families. Placed In the hospital* auditoriums, the veteran may nrnk* his own selection, and those inllenU unable to 'leave their rooms may make selections as the blfts are taken around to the various rooms. The gifts are available tviihou! cost. t Gortrude Oemckc, rehabilitation chairman, has uxpri-sgcdtier appr-t- ciutlon for the response of the local auxiliary. , . ' The next regular, meeting of thn auxiliary will be hcfd W*dnc<vlrrr evening, De<* 7. The ijnontby curd party will tike place Dec. S, wltn Mrs. Thomoe Broder, chairman. The food sale originally scheduled fur Fiday has been postponed indefinitely. Lithuanian Group To Elect Officers Election of officerh of the Daughters of LlthuaniV wUl be held bun- day afternoon, Dec.'4, at 2" o'clock, in St. George's hall, tjndcn -Park. Mrs. Anna' ZelosTtn*;. president, will conduct the- meeting, during which a dlscuision will be held en a new constitution. All members aoc re/guested to nt- tend the important mooting. y Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Harper, 3rd, of 15S Division, street,''-Anaonia, announce the birth of a daughter, Janice Marie, |Nt>v. 9, ,i|» 'Griffin hospital Derby. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. cSamuel vHnrper .of Naugatuck, and Mr. -and Mrs. Charles Miganl of Anaonia. Miss Madeleine Caine, North Main street, entertained at a dinner party last Friday evening .preceding the Trinity college alu-nnae associate on dance held in the Country club of- Waterbury. Miss Caine W,TS a member of the dance arrangements committee. Buy Christmas Seals M«rjorl<; S. OluHuliravk, whose eti- KUgeini-nt to BiiyiuoiKl .1. Bler- nlw.UI. son of Mrs. Sti'llu Itier- niicUl, Falrvlcvv avenue, IK announced by hi-r inn I tier, Mrs. O. N. GlaNMhrofilt of luixlfy. /\lu. M!HS (ilUHshrooU Is a (irlvato In Dm WAC, Ntulioncd at. Fort Jlclvolr, Va. Kennedy Circle Members To Attend Installation Sunday Mfmber.5 of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, who wish to attend installation ceremonies for of fleers of the Simla. Maria Circle. Wnturbiiry. Kundliy, Dec. 4, at the Hotel Klton, wWlerbury. are asked to telephone Mrs. Oliver Loison, . r >71U. GUI'S will be available. Dinner will be at 1.30 o'clock and the installation at 7 o'clock. Kennedy Circle will moot Tuesday night, Dec. C, at 8 o'clock in the Knight.., of Columbus hall. Mrs. James Pettlt, rnrjeiit, will preside. A benefit wile for title Circle of handmiuli, articles nnd home-baked food will be held. Hostesses for the social hour will be Mrs. Dolly Schultz, MI-.M. Mary Rt.-isldc- wicz. Mrs. Rose Murray, Mrs. Viola Desmond. Mrs. Edith Evans, Mrs. Stella Barna, Mrs. Helen Christ!. Members of the Circle who attended the i-cccnt Southlngton Installation included Mr.«;. Loj'son, Mrs. Paul dishorn, MI-H. Mary Kennedy. Mrs. Mary Aspcl, Mrs. Bridget Curtln Mrs. I^iwrencc SI- trett, A-Irg. R.o~<- Beardsley, Mrs. Pettit, (Mrs. Mary Ash, Mrs. Alice William?, Mrs. Ella Kiernan, Mis. Olive Brcnnun and Mrs. Bernard Moron. The circle will hold n. Chrl.-.-t- r.ms party in connection wllh the bociul meeting Tuesday night. Santa Claus will pay a vi.sit lo members, who are asked to taring ^ gift not exceeding 25 cents in c'-.st, for the gab bug. Following the visit by Sanla, there will be singing and entertainment. Help Stamp Out TB rMPOBTjUTT" Bf BWT! W* CM y|» Jlom, T«o Bl| IMBIMBO'S F ?J5^ Tk» All or ta*n It ¥mlo. BU Wtkr. Pkoa* 1-K4II The annual Christinas card-party, .sponsored by St. Francis' Alhir society, will be hold Monday eve- nlnp. Dec. n, at 8 o'clock in Columbus hull, with Mrfi. William Thurston, chairman of I he arrangements committee. In conjunction with the pary, there will he a booth with (xrUrl'.Tj suitable for CnrlHlmns RiftH, and also a bakery and food sale. Prizes will be awarded. Th^.sn attending- are requested to furnish their own cards. Three members of Chapter No. 6, American War Mothers, of Nnuffa- •uck, attended the installation of the New Haven Chapter, No. 1, ••ecently. They were Mrs. Arthur Holmes, Mrs. Mae Krause and Mrs. Harry Kreidler. MKKTING TONIGHT A meeting of the Ladies' Aid society .of St. Paul's Lutheran church will be held tonight at the parsonage on Grove street. Pays to Shop at CHESTER'S SAVE UP TO 30% ON CHRISTMAS GIFTS MEN'S JAC SHIRTS $7.95 MELTON SHIRTS $5.95 ALL WOOL SHIRTS $4.98 BOYS Gabardine Flying-Type JACKETS $12.95 Value, only $8.95 B-15 JACKETS $7.75 Reversible Baseball Jackets $6.50 CHESTER'S ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Naugatuck Phone 6919 OPEN DAILY 9—« — FRIDAY KIGHT TIM. 0 V. M. South Majin St. Majn Tio Mjarry (Special to Thfi News) New York, Nov. 30 --The rn.'ir- i i«KO of Mrs. Sophie Wllhelmlna tioroliiiH, Brooklyn, to Fritz Rudolph Johnson. 322 South Main htreet, Naugatuck, will take plnee noon. Tlip couple obtained thnlr llconsH- to wed al the Municipal Building here today. Mm. BorclhiH was born in Got- mnny, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kronenburfc. She is the v Idow of Karl Borcllus, who died in 19-1-1. Mr. Johnnon, ihn won (if Mr. and Mrn. John Johnson, is a native of Sweden. His first wife, the former Sl^i'ld Thaye, died earlier this your. Couple Observe 17th Anniversary Mr. anil Mrs. Frank Bigert. of J'chool street, celebrated their ]7lh wi-ddlng annlversfiry Nov. 20. Those attending a party werrr; Mr. and Mrs Francln Kh'lktiwrl.i, Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore KiirimlnHkl, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Taradlni', Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kudaslk, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wasko, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Supranovlch, Mrs. Walter Heffcrselt, Frank Blgnrr, Jr., Dolores Blgert, Flot-i!l|r:(! OriiHz, Ilnnn ICdgar, Carol Witriko. IMward Kuduslk, Jr. A huyrfdc was held recently In Woodbridge by members of St.. Miu-y's Catholic Youth Organization. Among those attending were: Elaine MagaB, Alan Cro3swa.it, Mnry Ann Stokes, Chiirlen White, Bernadettet Poiilln, 'Edward White, Joan Hepp, Haymond Hanks, Nancy Sullivan, James Drnyeske, Mary June Kovalcskl, Kdwiird Kolavot»nkl, HoHcinary SIIHHO, Ml- ohuel White, Nancy SIIHSO, Del CJail- wn, Jean Dillon ICugene Scninton, Ann Rellly, Clayton Nichols, Pa- t.rlcla Olson, Klmor White. Chap- crones were Mrs. Raymond Glynn and Mrs. E. J. Eldrldge. PlajymcQkers To Entertain Wafcerbuniafris A joint meclln-f? of th« Playmak- ui'M and FoolllirfltBrH of Wa'lellmry will bo held Jan. 25 at the regular monthly session of the locnl drama tfroup In fit Michael's parish hoiKe. The meeting- will open with a po'.-luck i-upiper at 6:30 o'clock. A brief business session will bo held ni 8 o'clock followed by the presentation of two one-act plays, ono by canh «roii|t>. There -will be no meeting 'of The Pluymakers in Dc- ccmt)er. At lii.ii nlwht'a meeting of the locnl organization conducted by Mrfi. Seymour Squires, president, .several new memberships ••were accepted. Mrs. George Williams, ticket, chairman, reported 47S sub- t-rrlpilnnH i<old for the I'J-IO-fiO sen- non of UK- I'laymakerH. A letter of appreciation from Mis.H ISmily Sophies Brown, religl- OIIK chnlrmiin of St. Michael's k'l.-.ljjropnl church, wan i'«/uJ for the I'liiyrnalutrH annual Halloween Olr- cu:+ for Sunday iichool children. Jack Con way, director, was in charge of the program and presented n. resume . of Play-makers' nho\ve since UMfl. He also gave a rmiko-u>> demonstration and conducted -L question and anmvor PCJ lofl. Scores In Salem Club Tournament Scorns In the fourth round of the Wedm-.-idiiy evening Halem club brldgn tourmument played !aut nljdit are: North and south, A.j,'nen and Es- lihnr Anderson, 773-2; (Mildred Carlson nnd Mrs. John Wcdo- meyi-d, 70; Warren Menu and Joseph Fisher, .1(1. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hroch, Sr., of Marjorlc street, spent the weekend In Atlantic City, N. J. Pond Hill Cluti Plans Several j Future Events! Activities for December, sponsored by the Pond Hill Community club, were announced today by Helen Aclamnkl, wnyn and moans committee chairman. ! A special business mooting will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock, and Tuesday, Dec. 13, a! curd party will be held at S o'clock. Table and door prizes will bo awarded, A aoclal mooting fealiirlntf cnter- talnmont will be hold Jfrldny evening, Dee. 16 at 3 o'clock, and the annual children'* Christmas party will bo held Thursday evening, Doc, 22. at 7 o'clock, Adults are requoiit- cd to furnish a 26-cent gift for the grub bag. A New Year's Eve party Is planned Saturday evening, Doc. 31 starting at 9 o'clock. Juniorettes Planning Ball Plans for a Slelghbell Ball wore discussed at Monday night's meeting of the Naugatuck Woman's club Juniorettes at the American Legion Home, Cedar street The dance will bo held Thursday evening, Dec. 22, ;\nd all former Jun- iorettes arc invited to attend, UH well as present members. Mrs, JoHHe F. Davis Hpoko on thn topic, Paruonnl Hyglflno, and answered questions following tho talk. Couple Observe 32nd Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Baylls nT SO North Hoiifllny Hlrant, colebraUi'4 their 32nd wedding annlvor.ju.ry Monday. They were married Nr,\-. 2,5, 11)17. In St, Francis' rectory by (he Rev. Thomas Coonoy. They are the parents of a son, George, nnd a daughter, Mrs. Nancy Gniazdcvv- sld, both of NauKutuok, Mr, and MCH. Buylls aro nullvi) In tho American Ixiglon, pout. No. IV, and Its auxiliary. Mr.,Baylln op- i.rates the Bayllti Sorvlcn Station. Mr. and Mrs *ttophon Kocskcw of Cotton Hollow had as their holl- dny weekend guests, "Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Novak and daughter Theresa, of Syracuse, N. Y. ROWLAND-HUGHES "Waterbury's Friendly Department Store" "Everybody's Santa Claus" "CAROL MODES" OF CALIFORNIA Long Sleeve Tailored SHIRT $2.38 SIZES 32 to 38 STIIEET FLOOK Beautifully tailored classic i-iliirt, so urnsirt iiriil NO weuriibld, you'll tcwrn it up wiUi (!V«rylliiiipr J'roni slucks to\ suitH. FaHliionod of SiJdulca rayon crepe that launders like ;i uliitnii, gtiiiriLiitcitidl 1'iist, color. ltni\\( sliK'Vi; style with French (/ufJ'H, flange. Khouldor, pointed two-way collar. Detailed with raised pearl buttons and cuff links. Colors of Green, Red, Aqua and White. Sizes 32 to 38. THEY'RE WONDERFUL AND ALWAYS WELCOME Chinese Hand Made LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS ea. made OTHER CHINESE HANKIES 39c to $3.00 each. Over 200 different 4 corner designes from which to choose. Exquisite gift hankies, hand in China of n)ieer Irwh linen. »t' iirtl'ul femininity in do/unw of patterns iming sopkirig, filtirie, need stitching, scroll .shadow and Apen- .ri\ type embroidery. Uem.s hand rolled and hand .scalloped!. They're handkerchiefs to give with pride at Christmas . . . so conic in and make your seleetkm now while assortment i.s HTBEET FLOOR, Rynecki-D'Addio Wedding- Held Sorgt. Bernard S. Ryncckl -110 North Main street, and Florence IJ'AiUllo, Church nlrcel, wuvo unllod In innrrluKn Nov. 1.0 nl VJollInK Air Forci- BHRO chupol, with Chaplain (Mujnr) L. U. Mon'.- oulm, offlcliiltinK oil Ihw nupv.lal MliHS. Tho bride worn .1 navy hluo suit will' white and blun aci-'CBKrin?* niHl tarried a nofleKay or whlln r;iv- i.at.lon» nnd roxuH. Hnr only at.tend- nnl. WIIM h«r nlalnr, Mrs. Paul W. Fox. Paul Qulnn unrvod UH host li.iui Mm. Kynecltl l» employed aH a Uf'cretary by the American A'llo- niobllc AHKoclixtlon, Nntlnnal I-Innd- (lUarlurM, WuHhinnlon, D. C. Scr«l. iCynnck.1 la utatlonod at Offutt Air Force Basil, Omaha, Neb. NAtJOATUCK YoUthH of the MclhnilUI. church will prestint a program; tonight, ut a meotine of the Wonmn'H Society of Christian Service In the churoh hall. All officers are refn'osted to bo at the church at. 7 o'clock to make annual reports. The meeting will be hold at 8 o'clock, and hos- lcitm.'« will bo Mru. Frank Valentine, 'Mrs. William RIchardM, Mrrt. Oliver Wn.llock, Dr. Alda Wiint- worth. Youth to participate in thi^ proxriun will bo .Janet Brown IJn- da McK(ic, Patrloln. SMIIK, Dolorna Zettlwnoyei', Clharlotlo fi'lnyd aiul tho junior choir. PurpOHc ' of the fjrogrjim isi to give youth the fooling of ha.vlng- a part In adult affair,* :of the church. lUaiil and west, Mm. John Vermeil and Mrs. John Kelly, 75; Mru, John Carroll and Mm. Jamcn "luwvno, 02 1-2; Mr.s. Mcrf.on Qnlrke and Miss Anna Lynch, 5-f .1-2. i Official standings: Miss Carlson an,d .Mrs. Wedcmeyer, 28-t; the Jifis- SDH Anden-ion, 2-15; Mrs. Kelly iini'1 Mrs, Vorifimon, 237. NEWS (CONN.), TIIURSDAV, I>KC. 1, 11)111—VAGF ." Christma^ Tea To Feature Club Program Monday A ChrlstmaH ten will feature the pr»/{ram of the N.tu;;alu<.'k Woman'M club Monda.y afternoon, sponsored by the IjltiM-ature and Dramatic Art. department, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Charles I. Fellowes. at 3 o'clock In the American IjOKlon Memorial Home, 21 Cedar st'n-el. Mrs. ArniHlroni; -Uurr, prc'sldctil. will conduct a brief business nicet- InK. An»lstin« the chairman will bo Mrs. l-'rpdurlc.k /Conlno. vice-chairman; Mrs. Donald C. Wood, wecre- tnry; Mrs. George F. Mc.Kennn, treasurer; Mrs. John J. Can-, Mrs. Ruasell S. Tobias, Mrs. OeorKe W. Carroll. Mrs. Robert; V. Anderson, Mrs. Marshull H. Lorn; and Mrs. Martin Garrick, Jr. Mr. and Mra. Frank Gerald! and children, KiUh'orlno, Frances, Michael and Rio.ha.rd, Beacon Palls, were among those attending- a family dinner roconty .In eelebr-vlion of tiho 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mi's. Stephen Gyurlc- Bko, Waterbury. Mius AdulheUI P.num, Nivnna- tuck native, has bi'en appointed assistant periodicals librarian at Lorn; J;s3an<i university, uco.rdln;; to an announcement by Dr. Tristram Wallcor Melcalfe, unlvei-slty prc-Hldent. Miss Baum, who lives at 200 Washington .-weniie, Brooklyn. N. Y., was chief lltorarun of the Lucy RoMMns Wnllcs llbiaj-y in NowlnKton. Mnitilwint of the Wati'rbury i-hnp-' lor of tho COMORO of Now Rot-hello, i ulunjnao were. HOMIOHKCH to pronpec-; live college students and their )»ir- : onts at a. tea held recently In the: Knights of Columbus Home, Water-i bury. Miss Justine Brophy was a j member of the arrangements committee. Atty. Helen McDonough pn- I ' ' ' at the tt«t tiihle. Entertain At Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. K ar \ \viiiio of Kub- bcr nvcnijp. enlci-IiilnriJ at a cll'in-r ThaiikiijtivInK I1ay in honor of .Mr.f. Wlilli^'M p:iifiil»" Mr. and Mr.. Saniii.,1 llin-|,i.|-, who w«'i-c .••!.-. bratiiiK th-ir ,'i7th wedding nnn'.- vr;sary. Mr. :ind Mr. Charl<-. John :. in i.f Arrh nii-'-i'!. uni-l,. ;tlll | -.uai if Mrs. Whll.-'ii. win, wi-r<- < I'lcbr.i • ir.« tljelr 3(>lh wcdfjluj; tt:iniv>-tf,ir;\ V.TCP 'r-uirpri^c honor j:wr:tt; r ,t t^i,« |j*rly. Mi-mbi-iv ,,r Hie t.-unilv fru'ii NriUKnlurk, Waterbury and An. s.mln, altendi'il. I DON'T WAIT! j IT'S LATE! j i t ', ORDER ', Personal t I Christmas Cards ! Today » r J voi;u (Ann I>KAU:H 2 SWEENEY'S! v j f K a x * K 2 AKT and STATIONKKY « STORE S 21S Church St. Nuugaliirk S 156 CHURCH ^Bf U • fc^ 2 1 SOUTH MAIN STREET ^^£££^55^ STREET STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 DETECTO BATHROOM SCALES e AC 3.99 Now Only REGULAR 50c SIZE DR. BROWN'S Baby Powder WE HAVE ALL THE NEW Anti-HistamJne Wonder Drugs! 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