Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 28, 1944 · Page 3
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September 28, 1944

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1944 NAUOATUOK DAILY NEWS Personal :—: Social : Miss O'Loughlin Tendered Dinner By Teachers jtlMs Florence O'LouRliIln, recently appointed principal of tltc rro-ipeel Street school, was tcn- (li-ri'il n dinner lust ni^ht by her formor nssociatos lit the Hop Brook jn-hcK'1 nnd school supervisor.-!. The. nfi'aii' WHS In-ld'at the Copper room of the Hotel Klton, Wuterbury. Miss O'l.iniKhliu was presented prow'it who weru: Hisses AfiiH'S .Tiu-lison. Anna Lynch. Esther Bnl- \vi:li .'i tflft of jewelry from those ten. Florence McCarthy, Mary nncl Eliwil'flth Xeary. Rthulmne Konm-y, Klcanor Brotlerlclt, Sully flrsird.ili'y, Helen King-, Alice Hickey, Giirrtner Wood cuul Leon It's Not Always Your Weight! RUSKIN CORSET SHOP I'M Mi. Aliilti .-I., M'tliy, Ti-l, :i..-,-4l JU'V WAU11ONIJS AND ji'l'A.Ml'S Ways-Means Committee Met With Mrs. Hess . The Ways and Menns committee of the Niuijratuck Woman's club met last nl-ht at the homo of the Chairman, Mrs. Hunnnh Hess, In Bristol terrace. Attendln K were: Mrs. Donald Fcm-ler, co-chairman; Mrs. John Sutherland, Mrs. Louis Zeun, Mrs. Joseph Kellly. M.-s, Shirley- Fuller Mrs. FvUlolC Carlson. Also. Mrs. John Tatipinn, Mrs. Normnn Bovay, Mrs. Georpe Nen.1, Mrs. Verne Grisamer, Mrs. Edwin Glisc, Mrs. Howard Poet, and Mrs. Gcoi'tce Schmesser. John Kazanjian Received M. D. Degree Today John M. Kav.anjlan, son of Mr, nncl Mrs. Martin S. Knznnjiaii, 69 ; Walnut street, received the degree i of doctor of medicine today from the New York Medical college. He will intern at Metropolitan hospital. Dr. KaHanjinn received his B. A. degree from Columbia university in Juno, 19-11, and was recently'com- missioned a first lieutenant In the -Vriny Medical Corps Reserve. N, H. Young- Republican Club To Meet In Ansonia The New Haven Younjr Republican club will meet Friday evening, Sept. 29, at Paradise inn, An- soniu, at S:30 o'clock. A clelejration from the Naupn- U:ck elub, headed by Franklin Hotchkiss, will attend. Guests of the evening will be members of the Republican srtatc ticket. Crusader Post Auxiliary Meets Tonight A. regular meeting 1 of the Crusader Post auxiliary will he hold S:30 iliis evening in the Post •oo:ns on .P.ubber nvenue. Recorder Club Will •Hold Card Party Oct. 6 The Recorder Club at the Bristol Company will sponsor a card party in the Bristol Auditorium, Plaits Mills, on the evening of Friday, October C, at S o'clock, Pri'/.cs will bo awarded and refreshments will be served. Par- tics may be arranffud prior to the event or partners will be secured by the committee for those who desire them, Ji-Vets Club Held Meeting At RoseM. Mangine 's The Ji-Vets club met Tuesday nt the home -of Miss Hose Marie Mung-ino, 03 Melbourne court Plans were discussed tor a party to be held In October." Refreshments and dancing 1 wore enjoyed after the meeting. Members of the club are: Gene- vlcvc Mangine, Florence Niozoln- ski, Sophie Maczarko, Joan JDorsy, Vickie Salinando, Maureen Callahan, Tillie Gasper, Lorctta Man- trine, and Rose Marie Manglne. ' The next meeting 1 will be held Tuesday, October 3, at the: cluli room on Melbourne street. Jack Baukat Leaves For . Naval Training- Center .lank Baukat, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Buulcat of Beacon Falls, who recently enlisted in the U. S. Navy, left today for Sampson, N. Y, where he will start his i-ecruit trnlninjr. 0. E. S. Rummage Sale Today And Tomorrow The rummage sale of Evergreen chapter, O. E. S., started today and will be continued tomorrow at. Masonic hall, Church street, start- infi 1 at 9 a. m. The committee In charge includes, Mrs. Louis H. Zeun, chair- han. Mrs. Irene Houseknccht, Miss Christine BedKar, Mrs. Nona Culvor, Mrs. Lillic Mcffin, Mrs. W. Kaxanjian, Mrs. Bertha Bovay and Mrs. Celia Johnson. Additional Social News On Page Eight Special Flour Sale fh our coupon when you buy a 25-lb. bag of -^& %r"" flour *!*** •*z CLIP THIS COUPON Take advantage of this special "get-acquainted" offer. Try Pillsbury's Best and Guaranteed Baking!- * * * Take the coupon to your grocer -today! r ^ Guarantee Try PilUbury's Best in ANY good recipe. If you don'i ajf rt:<! you Kct IJETTER BAKING than with ,inyothcrall-purpO5C flour, list the cost of all ingredient. 1 ! in your recipe, and write Pillj- bury's Home Service Depari- f en:, Minneapolis. Your money will be refunded promptly. GOOD YOUR GROCER'S . rill in this coupon. Take it to your grocer. He will sell you a 25-lb. bag of _. * PiJlsbury's Best Enriched Flour at a saving of 15c on his regular retail price. * ON1Y ONI COUPON TO A CUSTOMER Date- Address- Town . Stale. GOOD FOR SIXTY DAYS FROM DATI MR. FOOD MIRCHANT: PilJsbury Tlour Mills Company, Minneapolis,'Minnesota, 'will redeem this coupon when it is filled in properly by the customer. It entitles-you to receive ISc in cash from us or from your Pillsbuiy salesman. PILLSBURY FLOUR MILLS COMPANY • MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA UC OF COUF»ON 1 PILLSBURY FLOUR MILLS COMPANY MINNEAPOLIS • MINN IS OTA Party Held On Birthday Of Blanche Beckling A- birthday parly in honor ol' Miss Blanche Beckling was hold recently at her homo on Wopster street. Those v/ho attended were: Charlotte Messick, . Allhea • C a n d o c, Hurry Kaap, Alice Byera> Robert Mcssner, Wilma. Kuap, Joseph Cappola, Harry Ai-cndholz, Agues Humann,- Joseph Connolly rind Ed- u-ard Cundeo. i Troop 24, Girl Scouts, Meets Friday, 7 P. M. T-roop 24, Girl Scouts, will meet in St. Michael's parish house Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Franklyn Hubbell In Joliet, 111, Mrs. Franklin C. Hubbell of Cen- ral avenue is spending several days in Joliet, III., with her husband, who is employed there. Dance Saturday At Hop Brook Club Chairman Elmer Schmltz of the House Committee of the Hop Brook club announced today that there will bo another of the popular- monthly dances for mombcj-s of the,club orid their friends on Saturday nig-ht. These events are very well attended each month and are among 1 the highlights of the Nau- g-atuck social season. The event on Saturday promises to be un- usually well attended, bcinjj th first of, the J^all dances in the bor ou/yb, ' ' Building Activity Here Shows Bigr Gain Construction work in Nau tuck rose from $3,'I3. 1 5 In August 19-13, to $12G,l. l j.'> last month, ac cording: to a state construction re port. Tho larpre increase is attributed to industrial expansion. The Naugatuck figure ranked high on the state totals. BUY WAItiJONDS AND STAMPS CHRISTMAS CARDS FOB SENDING OVEKSKAS ARE READY NOW! 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