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St. Mary's Communion Breakfast Slated May 6 '8t Mary's Alfar society -will hold their .annual" Communion break- f*st'<on Sunday, 'May 6, at the «hureh halt, • following the 7.30 O'clock Mass. *vMT», i "J6hji L. v Burns' ; i3 chairman Mttbe breakfast. . -Members of her Committee include: .{Mrs. Francis Bcnlly, Mrs. John; Kissane, Mrs. An- Htvw • ^McDerfiiqtt, ; Mrs. Joseph "ISiStfe,' MrA M?aul 'Smey; 'Mrs. Wil- 1 am. Mariano,--Mrs:. Jennie Hepp, '**-- '"•-haielh'Wp.od' Miss Theresa and Mrs. Thomas Welch. Social - Personal - Fraternal "All.women of the parish are in: it»a-it6f£tt*nd -the event. ilfcjSketii'may -'be';- secured f ollow- •g *)V Masees on Sunday, or by ontacting "Vany?-'member of the 1- -* ~..- : -.-j. -*b«rft|e.Tuesday. . , IJr. Martinaitis Plan , June Bridal^. , t . Miss .Helen" iNaiewa'JK;; ^daughter of Mr.-; arid Mrs. 'JosepfeNalewajk, 80; Cedar ' streejy i&ymoto; was honored »t a surprise personal shower t|il»">w«!li' it-' the , home of Mrs. H«nry;T. ZJgmont, m<:vya»bington av»nue, Seyinpiir. .: ,Mta» » Nale wajk wlh; ekchan^»Mnaiie'yvoW8 : With IBdward MaJtlnaltls, Naugatuck, on Saturday, •June: ,2S,:>in . St.- Augus' Literature Dept. Holds Party And Closing Meeting The annual party and closing event of the Literature and Dramatic Arts department of the Naugatuck Woman's club was held last evening at the home of ;Mrs. Winfield S. Witherwax, Kockwell avenue. The' nominating committee presented the new officers to the department, and they are Mrs. James Hi-League Group Will Enter District Contest , . tine'a c'htochi : Seympur. './•The home . waavvdecorated In . . green .and .yellow, .color •: scheme •lid a buffet luncheon was served by the hostesses Miss Violet Kazy noikl, Miss Pauline Salagai Miss Francisco and Mrs Zigmont 20 guests were present MRS. W. GLENN KIRBY is in charge o!f the "Books In Brief" program of the Aid Society of the' Congregational church, to be held Wednesday. Book Reviews' _ Will Be Given On Wednesday A sewing session at 10 o'clock will open the regular meeting^ of the Aid Society of the Naugatuck Con- Rummage Sale fa Postponed Fa-he Turomagfti&e.orthe Ladies AM of the Immanual Lutheran church, originally planned for Thursday- May 3,^ha« "been post poned until the following week Thursday, May 10 *• The sale is to be held at Racke s Oarage. Mrs. Josephine Gerber is chairman <!>f the affair Student Council Open House Is This Evening The Student Council of the Waterbury hospital, school of Nursing will hold open house for student nurses and 'their guests* this, evening in the classroom of the Nurses' residence. Bowling, ping-p.on'g, music and dancing will be featured. Refreshments .Will be served. Miss Norma Everly, class of 1952, is chairman of the Activities committee:. Assisting Miss Everly are • Virginia -Bianco, Audrey, Carson. Jeannette Zoni, Joan Graziosa, Janice Stavnitzsky and Elain Lucian JohnE. Kelly; and Mrs. John M, Brady, program chairman. Mrs. John W: Vergosen, chairman; Mrs. Lawrence , J. Matzkin, vice chairman; and Mrs. Noi-nian Benson, secretary, are entering their second term. Mrs. E. Leonard Borg, refreshment hostess, was assisted by Mrs. George L. Kazan jian, Mrs. Harold W. Turnblom, Mrs. Robert N. Holdswdrth, Mrs. George F. McKenna, Mrs. Philip E. Rice, Mrs George C. Follett, and Mrs. Benson. Mrs. Vergosen and Mrs Charles I. Fellowes poured. "Speaking of Rubber", a soun< motion picture, was shown. The 30 ihiriute film on the story of rubber was produced by the U. S. 3ates, treasurer, replacing Mrs. greg-ational church on Wednesday ""in the church paush house. At 1 o'clock a covered dish luncheon will >e served, and the business meet- ng will follow at 2 o.clock, with Mrs. J Scott Biown presiding. Devotions will be in charge of Mrs. Victor A. Anderson/and the 1 program, "Books In Brief," will be, in charge of Mrs. W,' Glenn Kirby. Short book ruviows will be given- by Mrs. Frederick Zpiiino, Mrs- Albert Vf. Hoimberg,".Mrs..,'Irving' i 'E: Sutting .and Mrs. flrnest J. Hard- , A group from the Hi-League of the Hillside Covenant church will take part in a District Public Speaking Contest and Music Fes- tivaKSaturday in New Haven. Among those who -will participate will >be Glenda Burtnett, vocal solo, Loi3 ITox, pijino solo, Carol Gustafson,, Ann EJise Erickson and Eleanor Wilson;: public jpeaking The winners wiH compete in the. New England finals to to be held 'In. Cromwell on June 9. Attending from the local League will be. Hi-League counselor Fred Lorenson; Rev. Harry J, Ekstam, Barbara .Burtnett, Glenda Burtnett, Ann. Blise Erickspn, .Eleanor Wilson, Bruce Ericksori-, Lois Fox; Carol Gustafson, Violet Gustafsoii, Russell Johnson,. Joan Moeckel and Braxton/Nelson. „.„ Welsford .Clark will discuss . and display her collection of hand- .Mrs. Raymond Floss, 22 North made rugs at the evening discus-, Circle, Beacon Falls,- has returned ,.?.-,_ «.:—' "_'t a jVninAir I from a visit with relatives in Plain- Rubber company, In Naugatuck. with the setting sion at their njeeting "at 8 o'clock in the parish house: ; field, New Jersey. Judgeships Issue Seen Certain For Tight Deadlock A tight Republican-'Democratic deadlock was indicated yesterday as the municipal judgeship issue was placed squarely before the General Assembly in Hartford. The Republican-controlled House. Judiciary committee, with avowed determination of bringing the issue to a quick head, delivered to the House a favorable report on a measure fixing four-year terms for the judges. . •-. . The action was generally regarded as the initial 'move in a battle which b'oth Republicans and Democrats conceded can only end, as s. imilar fight did two: years ago, in he State Supreme, cpurt.r •;.':'.'.-:"..' State" Democratic, Chairman John Ml Bailey labeled the measure one; which showed Republicans "in- a great rush to e,riact legislation which would allow Governor Liodge to replace Democratic incumbents with members of his own party." He said, "We're interested in complete court reform. We doubt very much if the mere fixing of a term will solve the real problem. The Democratic party intends to present a bill containing its idea of what should be done to modernize the minor courts." NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.>, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1951—PAGE 3 Household Recipes WSCS Society Marks Tenth Domestic Bakery Planned'May 3 The Rebekah Planning Commit- ,'ee of Colombian Rebekah lodge, No. 35,M.Q.O.F., will sponsor a domestic bakery sale at Culver Flor- st, Church street, on Thursday, May 3, beginning at 11 o'clock. The committee in charge is composed of Mrs. Ereida Jenson, past noble grand; Mrs. Lorella Newman, past noble grand; and Mrs. Marion Jennings, .past noble grand. Cabaret Danpe" Saturday .Evening J The Pond Hill Community club 1^111 hold a cabaret, dance and en tertainment Saturday evening be pinning at 8.,o clock at the club £jj?ll«scominitftft-jn charge of. the fffafr, w&efflncfe inyono who de tfti to attend T©OtS VENETIAN BLINDS .' -: rjO'- TH M/.IN iT PHC.vt 3-7221 Wigglesworth, Inc. To Be Operated By George Nieske Effective today, George, ;Wig gleworth and SonSj r -Ihc ;) - plumbing and heating is to continue opera tions under the: new ownership ane management of .a Meriden''man, George Nieske and will be' known as "Wigglesworth,"'Inc." •' ; The 1 --Wigglesworth concern'' has been prominent in plumbing and heating circles for more than 50 years and during.this time 'it has successfully completed a number of piping contracts .throughout the Naugatuck ..Valley. George -Nieske "is ~the- former [president and 'treasurer of the C. Si Flagg and Co., Inc., piping con- :ractors .of Meriden, having served 25 years with that company. He is a registeretd Connecticut professional engineer, and is.a member of the 'American Society of''Heat- ing and Ventilating Engineers. At present he is the treasurer of the Connecticut chapter. He also is a member of the Meriden Rotary Club: Until he is able to find a home in Naugatuck, he will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Currier 22 Bank street, Seymour,- observed their golden wedding anniversary Thursday, April 19. The cou .. .pie was married in 1901 at Har't The 10th anniversary of the found-- wock> Vermont. The event was ng of the Women's .Society of mar k e d at a reception at the home Christian Servlca o£ the Naugatuck; of their daughter, Mrs. J..Touch- Methodist church was observed eEj Bungay'road, Seymour, Satur- Wednesday evening. The session. , day even ing. vas a joint meet:.:g with the WSCS' . of the West Side Methodist church;, , Mrs _ B E -Wakefield, Brookline, Waterbury. Mrs. V/lllard-. Uphouse M ass _ p has been the guest of her of West Haven was ; the, guest;| brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and speaker, and discussed "Wpinenacdil Mr 3 .William Bruber, Railroad av- Dethlefsen, Merden ter. with his wife and daugh- Former Seymour Resident To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Edward S.. Cobb Franklin, -Mass.,, formerly of Sey mour, have annaunced the engage ment of their daughter, Priscilla to John Millar.d Dennison, son o Mrs. Guy E^ Dennison, Lexington Mass., ad .the' late Mr., Dennison. : Miss CoW> was graduated 1943 from Seymour High schoo and. from'Wiliiam;; Eind.- Mary .co lege.ih'. 1947.-•.':',-•' ",J- ":-.'.,•'"- '••,' Mr. 'IJenmson'.-attended Hebron academy /and -y Dar|tmouth college, 'where lie .w,as..a./member of .Delta -Tau JDeita fratsrnify "and the ^Dragon Senior; society. He" served as a 'fighter - pilot with ..the '^.United States •'•'Navy'';"Air Corps during World ; War' II,: : in both: the 'Pacific and . Eurppeaji,.-theaters. / Firemen Douse Brush Fires kFalse Alarm Firehien were called out twice yesterday;'afternoon, .once for a "alse. alarm':. A -brush fire, at 2:25 o'clock-'on: property owned by Alex Kazalunas and J'oseph Sodloski, 48 Washington, sirect.'v.was doused by firemen -with, 'ho damage reported. At 3:20 o'clock: the fajse alarm was turned in from Box 71; Prospect street: "and-Lines Hill-street. Society.' A birthday cake was presented, to the local group by Mrs. Arthur, Clementsen, president of the Waterbury society, and a candle cere-, mony followed, during which time the local group enumerated their accomplishments of the past year. Retail Grocers Given OPS Data enue, Beacon Falls. Carol Elizabeth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dethlefsen, 382 Quinn > street, celebrates her 'first birthday today i.The new staff of officers Will 'exemplify the M.. M.' Degree at this evening's convocation of Allerton chapter, m Masonic Temple, Church . street, at 7:30 o'clock. Providence Plant Of U. S. Rubber Co. Gets Defense Contracts The Providence. R. L, plant of the U. S. Rubber Co,, has received three defense procurement contract .during the-period April 4 to 18, : according to a list compiled by the'New England Council from U. S. .Department of Commerce reports.. :.-::.,' The plant has been awarded contracts for pneumatic water rescue vest accessories; various sizes of special -.purpose -waterproof bags with and without back strap, and life preservers inflatable with pouch: Mrs.; Wirifred Booth, who has been residing with her son arid The following information was I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. War- transmittedito all retail igjcjcers in ren Booth, Van Nuys, Calif., Naugatuck by the Naugatuck Chamber > ot Commei«e' 1 -ioaayi : "Ceiling Price Regulation 7 •& Amendment ,2 to CPR 7_ i Sainple Pricing Chart form OPS^ Public Form No. 3 * "If you sell any", of *the ' item? listed in CPR 7 or Amendment 2 to CPR 7 you are required to file a Pncirtg Chart and OBS Form No. 3 with the OPS 'District Office, 106 Ann Street, Hartford, Conn, no later than May,30, 195\ "OPS'Public FornCwo 8, which was mailed to you earlier, covers grocery and. food items under Ceiling Price Regulation 16 and must be filed with the OCRS District Office, 106 Ann Street, "Hartford, Connecticut, not later than April 28, 195L" ' (returned to-Naugatuck to be. with her mother, Mrs Marie Zehnder, who is convalescing at the home of her daughter, .Mrs Harry Schmitz, New Haven road. Apple Bin? Salad (4 serving*) . Two red cooking.apples, 3-4 cup sugar, 3-4 cup water, 1 cup cottage cheese, coconut salad: dressing. Slice apples crosswise in 1-2-inch slices. Remove cores. Simmer apple rings, a few at a time, in boiling water 2 mimites; Meanwhile, combine sugar and water and bring to a boil./Remove apple rings from boiling water and transfer to boiling' syrup. Cook gently in syrup until apples are tender. Remove from syrup. Continue boiling syrup-'uritil thickened. Pour over cooked apple rings to glaze. Chill. Syrup may be tinted red if desired. Arfarig-e' crisp .lettuce on salad plates. Place one apple ring on top ;of lettuce on each" plate. Top each apple ring; -with cottage cheese and additional apple Ting. Serve with coconut salad dressing. •••••• Tangerine Dessert Cups (6 servings) : ., Six tangerines, '1 grapefruit, 2 tablespoons sugar, optional, 6 pitted dates, cut. ' Cut tangerine peel into 8 seer tions; peel about 2-3 of the way. Carefully remove tangerine sec^ I tions from tangerine "cup." Cut sections in half with scissors. To section grapefruit, cut off peel in strips from top to bottom. Go over fruit again, removing any Vremain- ing white mcmbrance. Cut along side of each dividing..membrane from • outside to middle of core. Remove section by'•section., Cut sections with a scissors into thirds. Combine with tangerine .'sections; sprinkle with sugar if desired, Arrange fruit in tangerine "cups"; top with date pieces. Island Spareribs Three pounds pork Bpareribs, S tablespoons brown sugar, 2 tablespoons cornstarch, i-2 teaspoon .s'alt,,.i-4-,cup vinegar, 1-2 cup cat-; sup, 1.nine-ounce can crushed pine-. applet 1 tablespoon soy sauce. , Cut /ribs in .serving pieces. Com-' bine sugar, cornstarch and • salt and: stir in vinegar, catsup, crushed i pineapple and juice, and soy sauce.. Cook until slightly thickened, about 5 minutes, stirring constant-' ly. Arrange layer -of sparerlba in, roasting pan. , Cover with half of: pineapple mixture; add second layer of ribs and top with rest of sauce. Cover pan tightly and bake in moderate oven (380 degrees F.) 1 1-2 to 2 hours. In 1949 more than 1,750,000 major crimes were c'ommitted In the u. s. •" ;••••'•-• *;• •' ' •' .| ORDER NOW! WEDDING INVITATI1ONS AND Announcements QUICK SERVICE LOW PRICES COMETN AND LET XJS SHOW YOU SAMPLES AND QUOTE PRICES Your Stationer, SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery Store 213 Church St. Funeral Rent A Cutaway For That - ^ Important Event r Forpwl CJothe*^^ For^^ Mire FORMAL S-8898 TELEVISION SPAN'S ttaatncton Slwte 1MB - "TEL. «87«' ' LEAVES FOR DETROIT George Froehlich, president of Local 45, will fly from New York to Detroit this afternoon .to .attend an" executive conference which pre- ceds the national meeting of the union on Saturday. Four other members of the union will leave tomorrow v-af-ternoon. Pretty Cover-All Firemen .w^re.iunable to 'say turned iri. the alarm. ' who GUEST SPEAKER THE REV. C. LAWSON W1L- XAKD, JR.*. rector of Trinity, Episcopal church, New Haven, who will be principal speaker at the Annual dinner-meeting of the Naugatuck Council of Churches Monday evening In St Michael's parish house. The business meeting will be held at 5:30 o'clock, followed' by the dinner at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Schluensen 'Funeral. services..for. Mrs. -Helen Bertha ,(Gerber). S.chluensen,-•wiiis of Charles' W. ^ Schluensen, Porter avenue,' were held this .afternoon in the-'lmmanuel Lutheran church, with ; the Rev. Theodore A. .Schrader, ,pastor ; officiating. Mrs. R niond ' Kaiser rendered The Old Rugged-Cross. Burial was in Grove cemetery, with, bearers being Albert F. Smith, Michael Kaminski John' -Vagti Albert Rathburn, Mi chael Leary and Benjamin Suchenski. •'" .'• :'..; •.',.'' ': ; ;' ••' •'. 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