Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 2, 1949 · Page 3
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Social-Personal Fraternal Luther'League. .1 i o ~c i c Prograbn Sunday Night : : • > " am \vill i,p .-.resented ••••'.-;ir.<r JIT 7 o'clock in the r:;or>n e'.-.urch. under the -;; ( :' the leather Loa'.ii: n-o-:on pictv.ro. "And • ?' . ".vi'i be sribvvn. •;r.'l ::;o1 inn pk-turo has I-.:'.-! by the United Lul•::'.••: 'if Airu-ric-i. Movies ' •• i^r.vn ff the famous -::-.::::. "The Telephone •A-::: .-nrr-nncr wi 1 ! V.r re: ;h" bc-.-u.-fit. of the Lu- M-R Auxiliary To Hear Seymour ^Musician Perform l pr:>CTara will be pre- 'Te'.ch Eryniach, Sty'"•'• "•••••-"'. 'it the annual :.-" mas parly of the ;.>ry of .Montanari-R^dc r>Arru-r>ari war vet}•'-.-' afternoon. Dec. IS. •>•-•'* in Christoforo Co- >-.i\ti Main street. '• Z'.K-cirelli is general o: the arrangements n.-- = »sten by Ang-eUne J'fephine Xinr.och. aie:!i, Josephine Tan- eiir.c Fazzino. Lillian rd Artyelino Carielo'. ! he completed for ll-e j: f -- T :n^' of the auxiliary . ni::«, Dec. 13, in the fi:r- Jeff Klub Dance Tom orrow Night •••::••• of tin: Jeff Khib Holi- .:- v-r.orrow evening in r: .".fir. T'.rnss Country Club rcqlie>.-U'd to pro- l the nrranpfincnts furnish arldltior.nl >r the party is o;>- ••ih u.:'.! ho decorated in the :r.d Mrs. Bernard Potter of '.V::-..::h-irr. nnd Stanley Sel- :r.-i daughter. Susan ar.d r C!i:ip!in, were recent -.• 'ho home of Mr. and urrier on John Cheplick Photo Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Yackow- skl, who were married Oct. 15 In the Holy Saviour Polish National Catholic church. Mrs. Yackowski is the former Ruth ff. Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Adella Taylor of Cotton Hollow. Mr. Yackowski is the son of Mrs. Stephanie Yackowskl, IBS Ward street. Salem Club Bridge Scores High scores in the Thursday evening Salem Club bridge tournn- mcnt were announces today as follows: North and south, Mrs. James Kissane and Mrs. Irving Cutting. 65: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pow.er lied with Harold Turnblom ur.d F. L. Howard, 61 1-2; Morris Fo 1 - lett and W. F. Witherwax, 57. East and west, Mrs. Seymour Squires and Mrs. Ralph Fulton, Id; Mrs. Norrls Fol.ictt and Dr. Waltei I. Baker, 75; Mrs. John Hayes and Mrs. Edward G. Cox, !)f> 1-2. Official standings: Mr. and Mrs. Fowler. 263 12; Mrs. Cutting and Mrs. Kissane, 262; Mr. and Mrs. James Nies, 255 1-2. Altar Society Plains Annual* Yule Pajrty •' The annual Ohri.stni;iH party St. Mnry's Altar .Society >vill .eld Wednesday evening, Don. at 8 o'clock in the rhurrh hrsll. Following tho final busin meeting of the fiscal year, a p luck Clipper will be served. Members nre reqiifM <>t| to nir.h a 50-ccnl gift for u grab h.-i A Chi-istiiias tree will lie IMVM-I c rul SatUa C'lau:; \vi!l \-iHit ', meeting. Holiday ••iitei-tainiiie will be pi ovided. During the <n ri'.nj; a fi-uil cake will be :!wn!\l -no all nieinberH lire requestui.1 atrend. Housewarming Guest Of Honor Mrs. C:harleK Kt.nn wn:< guest of honor at a KUrpi ise hou.-.-ewarm- ing party Wednesday evening at her home ori I^-.\\-i;.; si reel . Sbe waw prc.Kented a console .set. -Bingo WH:J played and prizes awarded. Mr.s. Walter Ge-sseck and MI-K. Walter Holmes. A luncheon wns .served by Mrs. Richard Kelley and Mrs. Jamrs Murrican. Among those present were: Mrs. Harold Stauffer. Mrs. Edward Sthore, Mrs L. P. Williams. Mrs. i Kenneth Fredsall, Mrs. Lee Gurci- ai-di, Mrs. William Biscoo, Mrs. John Corcoran Mr.«. Michael Ya- r<i5h, Mrs. Ethel Hims. Mrs. Cleorge Madden, Miss Jean ITAddiu, Mrs. Ges.-:oc:k, iMi.s. I lolJlu,-;--, Mrs. Ki:lly and Mrs. MUITCMM. Mis.sf-.s Antoinette Zucfnrelli. Jo- Trumans Reach Vacationland • f the S?i;em Lutheran >'.\ :n-:-e' Monday evening m.- <•'. Mrs. Eup'le Pigntv v. :-,:;.-. Hostesses will be ;y r;nd Mrs. Arthur Al- WAIT! IT'S UTE! ORDER Personal Christmas Cards Today Nylon Fabric Firm Takes Wferbe Plant Soon after Jan. 1 a New York nylon fabric manufacturing firm is expected to begin operations in the former Marbo Products building in Bantam. A lease for occupancy by the firm has been drawn but not yet executed, according to Atty. David Cramer of Litchfield, owner of the building. The firm would employ about 30 at the outset on three, eight-hour shifts each day. sephine Tf.ngredi Pauline cnxiu and Angelinc y.uiv'iu-el spending the week-end in Y'irk f'ity u'herc tered Sequ- A happy Ihrwsomo. an; President Truman, his wlf<- and daughter Margaret, us (hey drive toward the "little W!ilt« House" at the Navul Air Station in Key West, Flu., fora thrc-c-we.'k holiday. (International) — FUNERALS — Mrs. Mary Slekys The funeral o[ Mrs. Mary (Kuropkat) Slekys, 56, of 28 West .street, who died Wednesday at St. Mary'.H Hosiiit.il after a brief illness will be he!d tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park place. Services will he conducted hy the Rev. O. H. Bertram at St. Paul's Lutheran Church at 10 o'clock, with burial in Grove Cemetery. Friends may rail at the funeral hume thi.s afternoon and eveninj; from 2 to 5 and from 7 to !) o'clock. MI-K. Sadie Kelriail.-r Funeral .services for Mrs. Sadie (Teniplelon) Keinauer^ 81, of 55 Central iivenue, who died Wednas- day nt her home lifter reHidlnR In the hoi-oujrli W) years, were held this miirnin^ at 11 o'clock at the Buck- miller Funeral Home, 22 Park place. The Rev. Winfred B. Langhorst, rector of Kt. Michael's Episcopal Church, officiated with burial in Grove Cemetery.' A native of Belfast, Ireland, Mrs. Reinauer had been employed at the U. S. Rubber Co. until her retirement 25 years ago. General 'Meeting Of Congregation A general meeting of the Con- Kreft-ution Beth Israel will be held Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, at 8:30 o'clock in the community center, 148 Fall-view avenue. All members are requested to attend. Money Talks 'Underground' Quarters Prized NAUGATCCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, nr.C. 2, 1040—I'ACK .1 . this morninK and will continue until 6 o'clock this evening. Mrs. Mary Collectors Prize Kwartjes of 1!M] By TED HAMMER Librarian, Amorlcitn Numismatic AMHtK'Jittlon Treasured 1>y many vclonins and prized by numerous American coin tiollesLors, are tho Holland udor- Si'ound quarters of 1011, produced under the very eyes of the .Nazi invaders. The coin i.s silver, slightly larger than the U. S. dime, and with a milled ed^e like silver money of this country. This doscrijnliop. of the coin wars published by Netherlands News, Netherlands Information Bureau, Vol. 2, No. 3; "A imoMl original way to defy Iho drastic German ban on the use of tho name or Image of Qucou Wilhemina has been discovered by employes of the Netherlands mint. A foreman presumably aided by a number of other patriotic work- cjt-.M, succeeded in mlnUnjf a now 25-cenl coin which bears the likeness of the queen on on-2 ,sidc, with the inscription, 'Wilhelmina Queen of the Netherlands,' while on the reverse the leg-end reads '25 cents, 1941,' surrounded by a laurel wreath. "Before the Germans found this out a considerable number of there new 'Kwurtjcs (quarters) •had been put into circulation. The ringleader was thereupon thrown into a concenration camp, and a sweqping- hunt was launched for the 'patriotic' coins. However, the Nazis did not succeed in retrieving- many of them, since virtually all Hollanders who had obtained the new coin.? hid them carefully." Hans Schul-inan, New York numismatist, who camo to this country from the Netherland.H 10 years ai?o, wus tli<« first to exhibit the "patriotic" Dutch coin In the United States. That the mint officials were able to produce quantities of t'he Wilhelmina coin is evidenced by the fuel they are quite common in collections of this country. i'. CAR!) HF.A1.EH R ""B-NEY'Sl ,E. ART and STATIONKKY STORE -•: , ( h-n-.-h SI. Naiitcatuck Realty Transactions Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John has filed the following documents for record in his town hall office: Certificates of Devise F.state of Joseph H. Reilly to Henrietta L. Reilly, properly on 'MillviJle and Dunn avenues. Estate of Annie Adamailis to Jo. seph and John Adamaitis, property on Golden Hill street extension. Quit Claim Deed Hannah V. Woodin to Ellen M. E. Woodin and Eric H. Woodin. property on Walnut street, and May avenue. Mortgage Deeds John and Mary Kotuby to Naugatuck Savings Bank, property on Marjorie street. Orlanda Schlapfer to Naugatuck Savings Bank, property on High ,-md South Main streets. Assignment of Mortgage Hannah V. Woodin to Ellen M. E. Woodin. property on Walnul street and May avenue. fjw= AMERICAN BANKING IN ACTION YOUR PROSPECTS FOR FUTURE SAVING How much will you be able to save in the decade ahead? Prospects are that average income will be up. So will savings. Under our economic system the trend is from lower income into higher ranges. The savings estimate is that about 9 cents out of every dollar will go into savings in 1950 and I960. The American free enterprise system provides the opportunity to work and earn and sane. The decision to start saving and the will to keep it up depends upon the individual.\Ve invite your account. n '0 Piece wesser Set Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Cheerfully Refunded! REGULARLY $21.50 7-WAY FLOOR LAMP WITH SELF-STAKTIHG ELECTRIC CLOCK No Money Down Pay Next Year! . clock'. , , , GRAND ST. Waterbnry . - AT CANAL Phone 3-4191 Auxiliary Holds Christinas Sale A Christinas fancy work and cookie sale is being- held today in Culver's Florist. Shop, Church street, under the sponsorship of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps The sale started at 11 o'clock Urena is chairman of the committee. This evening- at 8 o'clock, the Auxiliary will hold a regular meet- inp in Odd Fellows Hall Mrs. Raymond C. Woo.Htcr, president, will preside. I'ATKNT LIKE SPAN "~~ A pa I en I from the U. S. patent (jfl'ii-e is Kood for 17 years. i RUST A CUTAWAY FOB THAT ! IMl'ORTAJIT KTEKT! W* c»n Kit ROM Too Bta IMBIMBO'S ISor* Thflo All or «_n It rnlon St., Wlbr, Pkoi* (.MM It's high time to get going on your Christmas List! We're dy with a big assortment . . . and Your Gift Dollar Buys More at Lorraine Shop! BEST BUYS IN BROADCLOTH COATS regular $35 Quality New Special Purchase; Flared, fitted, belted, zipin. Wool Broadcloths Rayon Satin Lined, and Interlined! Juniors 9 to 15; Misses' 10 to 20. COAT8 . . . SKCONI> FLOOF Your Gift Dollar Buys More at Lorraine • Wothoble • Thickly Tu*t«d • Deep Scroll Trim CHENILLE ROBES $398 We scoured the country to bring you these luxurious robes at a low 3.98! Usually not a penny less than 5.99. Cherry Blue Aqua White Sizes 12 to 20. CIIENTIXE ROBES . . . MAIN Ff,OOR SOUTH MAIN STREET WATEBBURY

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