Achievement Awards Given Students By Principal Foley Achievement awards were presented this morning at the BetVr Eusincss Club assembly held in the Naugatuck High School auditorium by Principal Raymond K. Foley. Senior students awarded progress certificates (for typlnp; between 30 and 40 words a minute for 10 minutes with five or lotii errors are: Helen Kurylak. Margaret Hayes. Betty Hartwell, Lois Cohick, Ruth Caparolla, Ann Rnthburn. Carole J3ower, Constance Zwollnsky. Lucille Smey. Barbara Russell, Theresa Knrski. Competent typist certificates •were won by Thorosa Kerskl and Ann Ratbburn. certificates were wr.n -by Therosa Korsk! and Ann Rathburn. Miss Hartwell wn« chairman of the assembly, which opened with the flag salute led by Ann Shoeriy. Ohristmu Gifts for the Homej I Water Heaters Kitchen Sinks How About Your * POWDEE BOOM? « Geo. Wigglesworth | & Son, Inc. £ Maple St. Tel. 5263 « 24 Hour Service The school hymn was sung, with Dolores Aquavla as accompanlrt. Barbara Sticn delivered the Invocation and the principal was Introduced by the chairman. Miss Bower, Spotlight editor, was introduced, nnd Mr. Foley presort- ed Peter Klnncy the freshman [short story prize. The prize consisted of a Better Business Club inniKnifi, with proper Inscription. &nd a cash award. The program concluded with the showing of ti i.iovie, "Shy Guy." Sixteen members of tho class of 2fj bookkeeping students were awarded the junior achievement certificate In a nn.tion-wlde project conducted by thn Business Education World, Now York. They are: Jcnn Blazuk. Rcgfna Brcci:!- nlk, Pauline Bro/.alt, Jatrri Buckley, Isabel Cznpllckl. Wilma Cnlsm. Mary Cllsham, Joyce Dcth- lefscn. Ann Gnlvln, Marylln Grs- seck, Barbara Henrlchs. Catherine Kloc .Fred Scrra, Helen Shla, Lorraine T<^IOM, Ann Zmynwnkl nnd Virginia Canupcri from bookkeej)- inp throe. For attainlnR better than 06 per cent nccxiracy In transcribing rliorthaml dictutlon taken for flv^ minutes at the rate of 60 words n minute, CO-word Gregg ahortlinnd flpocd certificates Were awarded the followlrifj elj;ht Ncnlorx: Mlra Bower, Miss Hartwell, Mlsn HavuH. Miss Kerskl, Miss Rathburn, Miss Cohick, Janice Grele, Miss Kurylak. MRS. BARKLEY PUZZLED BY JOKE VICE PRESIDENT Alben W. Bnrkley and Secretary of State Dean Acheson (right) enjoy a joke that seems to be puzzling Mrs. Bnrkley at the Democratic Notional Committee $100-a-platc dinner in New York. Barklcy, who Interrupted his honeymoon to address tho gathering, ns- inllcd the Administration'* critics and unid that the Democrats' program has made the United States more prosperous than over. (International) wo nits ON orus Obcrlln, Ohio, Doc. 7—James D. Zonlno, son of Mrs. Jcnnette D. Zonlnci of 173 Ward St., NauRuluck IH a member of tho properties crew for tho forthcoming Oborlin College's Mummers' production, "Opun 2", on Dec. 8 Um«inh 10. Mummers IM /i miiHlciil comndy KTIIIP which pren«ntH orij-lnal playn, nongs, and dancing. More than an acre of dishes to wash and drq *Thnt "R the ypnrly .-ix'cni^c in ». )..V|)i(!«) American bonic. )iu|, liclp'w nt. hand ! I'lcnly of pen I hot. wat.ur (>liiiiiniil.<-H (!()% nf (lio luinl woi-k ol' disliwiiKhing! And you can linvt; :ill you need to do Ihi! work (piirkly whou you iaslall an AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATER Arid' that's not, nil ! You'll liavi; plenty for o,v<>r.v other purpose too—enough for baths, wasli- duy, hoiiscc.h'tiiiiug (.(<.,, without waiting! For dcpondulih; automatic perform^ nee . . . sl.rcain- lined appearance . . . utmost economy and rrecdtom from tutik rust and eorroHioii. AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATEKS are hi a elan.-; by tlieni.sclves. See them now at, our showroom. Your Ma.sl.er Himiher or our J-RprrscnUitivc will help you «c- !(•(•.(. l.he corrcet, wi/.o. to meet, the requirements of your household. ONLY 10 DOWN INSTALLS ONE IN YOUR HOME NOW 24 MONTHS TO PAY BALANCE THE CONNECTICU IGHT & POWER Ca M A Business-Managed, Tax-Paying Company Aclele Addis on Receives Lead In Opera Role It in an old story in the theater tint !<•! tiff era or actors arc ofton hiistily pUHhcd Into leading roles through Home unexpected turn of evcntH. Thin opportunity IH usually referred to as a "break." The '•'•will, however, Hcildum monies tn those who are not prepared to no- t:<tpl the litci't>n«c In ronpoiiHlhllHy. Adclc Addition, young lyric BO- pnmo who r.'i])>petirs Frldiiy cvnn- ii>K I" the ConwcfTatlonul church on thf Women's Study club con- rjerl-locturo aeries, recently hud "ueh a break. A member of the Now TCnglnnd Opora Theatre, Ml™ Addition wan catapulted within four brlnf dayn fi'om.ti micnndury purl Into the leading fcminlnn rolo of Ro.icini'fl "The Turk In Italy," produced by Boris Gokl'ovsky at the- Academy of Music In Philadelphia on Oct. 20. Through the midden iridtapoHll:- lun of June Gardner, nchcvduled U» Hint,' the rolp of Klnrlllu In Phlht- tlolphia. Mr. Gnldovttky wn« fi'.ccd with cancellation of the performance nt n loss of $3ROO. When Jin expluliiivl lila predicament nt a chorus rcnonreal In Boston, Mlns Addition volunteered to learn the roln, one of the most cxaotlnK In any opera. Slnccs M|BH Addition had nli'oarjy dlwtlmjul.shud hc/MClf In her Interpretation of the role of Zalda, In the «timn opera, n» •well a« in the rolo. of Mlcao'la In. "Carmen," Mr. Goldovsky decided to let her try It. Ho begun ruhcnrslnjj; her that nlnht on th« imldnlftht train to PhlliulittrMilu. And within four Hhnrt duys who had learnod thioe nrliiM, five duetH, nix enar.mhlcH, a qiifirlct find (he Ktaso action to nn- c(»mp;iny 'them. Yet when the opera wan iflven itn iichodnled on Thursday evening" her pci-formanco was .10 brilliant that a Philadelphia niunlc ci-lllc tmld hnr work wni3 "the finest of tlui ovnnlntt," "The Turk In llnly" opened at the Bnnlon Opora Jloifm: Sunday aflnrnonn Nov. 13, with Mian Addi- nrin being retained In the lending role of Florllln, the fickle wife. As a result, she received once again the plaudits of a ctupucity uudion'Ce, with tho newspaper reviews predicting her to toe a alng- cr with a great future career. Bortio Goldovaky, director of thn New Knpland Opera Theatre, has been Mi,u» Addlnon'o teachor for the past three years. He in not only a renowned toucher of opera., hut IH huii.nl as planliil-cnmmontator every Saturday al'tornoon on tho •Metropolitan Opera House Neww n' the air. MlHH A'ldliioti'B proKnirn Frklay evening will Include Honirs hy NABGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). WKUNHSnAY. I>KC. 7. l»l»—f'AGK 7 Mnndrtl, n. group hy nrnhrnn, an aria from the opern "The Turk In Italy" In which Hh« recently ttl-vi • red, n. French group, three Knf;- ll»li xonKH, and a clorflnK Krcnip nf Nojji'o nplrlluulM. Among the Hplr- Ituals is "Sweet Little Jesus Boy," which Miss Addl.son sung exqui- Hltcly (lurln.tr a Sunday mornini: service at the Hillside church in the fall oC VISIT CHICOPKK T-,ant Thursday, 85 members of the Forerncn'n Club nt the Naugatuck Chemical and Synthetic Rubber PUintH_ visited :he United State* Kubhor Company's Risk Tire Plnnl jit Cblcopon FnllM, MJIHM. Tho (rip was made by bus which left at 4:00 p. in. and returned at 32:30 a. in. Mr. Robert Schollicr, president of the club, headed the group. 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