Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 8, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, January 8, 1947
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Personal Miss O'Connor Graduate Of Modeling School Miss Jlosoijaary O'Connor, 2J Cocn street, was graduated reccnt- cn sr, from the Barbizon School of deling, 570 Fifth avenue, New York city, America':? most exctu- ,ivc school for fashion and photographic modeling. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas O'Connor, Rosemary is, at present, residing tit 5Y West 45th pre street. Helen Frasc: ' director of the Ba'rblzon School, predicts a bright futui-u for Roaemru-y, pointing' out tha: *h<; already has passed the first hurdle toward a successful modeling career In meeting Bar?. ion's nccepEnnce requirement.^. A Bai'bizo.i, s>ie has received the spe- clnllzert training i\i3ential to pro fesjioruil modeling, while her nn turil attractiveness has b e e n ^raomcd to that personal di.itlnc lion for which models arc famous Announce Birth Of Fourth Son Mr. and Mrs. Edward Williams 44 Cliff street, announce the birth of their fourth son, yesterday In St. Mary's hospital, Watcrbury, M. Barry Keegan FAMILY FirOTOCR-tl'IMSR 108 Bunk St. Join..* Wnterhury Tel. 4-ttHS-t ; Beth Israel Group Plans Sunday School The organising of u Sunday school as soon an possible was discussed lost night at a meeting of Beth Israel Sisterhood hold at the- home c; 1 Mrs. Leonard Bergcf in the Glcnbrook Gard : cn apartments, ridp-e street. • '. Tentative preparations for instituting the school were made following a report of the bonrd of education by Mrs. Lawrence Matzkln. Other members of the board arc Mrs. Berger and Mrs. Abraham Rubin. Members, who arc'parents of children from five years of age and upward through school age,' have been requested to submit names of their children. Other Jewish families In the borough desiring to send 'their children to the school are requested to contact n momber of the board. The tfroup discussed plans for a card party to be held in February, the date to be announced. Mrs. Dora Liebvrman was appointed chairman of the arrangements committee, to be assisted by Mrs. Herman Weiss, Mrs. Albert Pliskin and Mrs. Eva Saffron. Eng-aged Resumes Studies At Milford Prep Henry C. Wrublewski has re- urned to Milford Preparatory school, Milford, after spending the lolidnys; with his parents, Mr, and ' Mrs. Henry Wrublewski of Park ivcnuo. Miss Ellziibetli Krzyhowskl, whoso oiiKaeoincnt to Edmund G. Zlffmont, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georjfe Zlgmojit of Spymoiir, Is announced l )y her parnntH, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krzykowski, 19 Breiiniin strset. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. Zlgmont, a voteran of tlireo and " half ynurs in the Nuvy, Is now iittonding Ilurtwlck college. Oneonta, N. Y. • • , ,.. •. ) Ten'tatlye PJ.a'ns.,for' 1 ;'a "'pot-luck supper to be served ne-ar the 'jlfitfe of Valentino's Day wero dlscusBPd last night at a .jnoetinc- of the Mill- vllle-'Llbriary aisociatlpn. held .- at the honie .of Mrs:'Raymond ErlcU- MVs, 'Albert'' Brewer, president, conducted the business meeting; at which all officers and two trustee* were present. The next session ':,o1 the group'will be held Feb. 5 at the home of Mrs. EmII.' Krampetz.7- •' The Mlllville 'llbraYy is open -Pel' day afternoons from 3:30 to 4:'30 o'clock for t-he purpose of selecting and exchanging books. THY NEWS WANT ADS Yale Student Back At School John Sutherland, Jr., returned to his Ktudies'at Yale university after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M Sutherland of Walnut street. Carol Stories To Be Related! Mrs. Norris M. Follett,. head of he evening group of the Woman's auxiliary of St. Michael's Episcopal church, has anonunced 'the speaker for the meeting to be held tomorrow evening at 7:45 o'clock in,the, parish house will be her brother, the Rev. Cuthbert Fowler. rectoi\ ; of St. Andrew's church, Belmont, Maes. The Rev. Fowler will lead thoae present in the singing of carols and will tell the s'torjes of tlie carols in informal talks. He will 'be at the piano and will be accompanied by Miss Emily Sophie Brown, violinist. . - • Three . members-, • of. the Naugatuck Woman's club will h'ear. Miss Katharine' Lerirc-ot, 'chief. of the. Children's Bureau,. /Fedora ISecurity Agency, and ,Misa. Sarah Gibson Blanding, president b.f Vassar'Col- (pg-e, discuss the development of. the family, as a responsible social unit at a. forum on ."The Family. Today—Tomorrow" to be .presented for members of. Connecticut's women's clubs at < Centinol.-. Hill Hall, Hartford, Friday,. Jan. 10, by the Service Bureau for Women's Organizations of the Beatrice Fox Auerbach Foundation. Planning to attend are Mrs. George W. Clarrpll, president; Mrs. John Wrinn and Mrs. Frederick Zonino, Naval Reserve Will Be Issued New Uniforms For Drills Enlisted members of the Organized Navn! Reserve in the Third Naval District will receive complete now uniforms to be worn at drills. Uniform Items will be is- WEDNESDAY. JAN. t. IMT- sued through .organized battalions, brigades arid divisio'ns, to-members below, the rating of Chief Petty Officer. . •Valued at $39,03, the complete clothing issue will consist-of one u'ndreBB- blue uniform, two white uniforms, two white "hats, one pair 'of -dungaree trousers, one chambray shirt, .one Jersey, one neckerchief, one black woven- belt, one overcoat, one watch . cap, -three while rating badges and thr«» blue fating- badges. . > JANUARY FUR BALI UNDER WAY W N. MAIN STRKKT Waterbury ; , Tet Fayettevlllo, N. C. near Fort Bragg- was the .first town in the United States to be named for the Marquis do Lafayette. Drama Group Holds Meeting •t Members of the drama group of St. Mlchaql's Playmakers met recently -ijn -: the; i-choir, room of the j church.' The.,; group:, read one-act plays and •''excerpts'' from better known'plays, v . . Each mndo themselves up following: some character ,lines-of differ- .ent types. Play reading, and makeup will .be, conducted again at the next meeting scheduled for Monday evening; Feb.. 3. - • ^.^ : . ' American Legion District. Meeting-" A Second District meetinif of the American -Legion posts and auxiliaries will b'e held tonight |ji-omi--i.iy at 8:30 o'clock, with the New Haven American .Legion, post, No. 48 on Orange' street, • being the host post, . . ...•'' VFW Auxiliary Plans Party ., Final arrangements T.or a bingo party to be conducted by the Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, at the Rocky Hill hospital Jan. 15, will be made I tomorrow evening- at a meeting of ; the group in the V. F. W. rooms j | on Kubber avenue. Mrs. Rose Bon- j tempo, president, will conduct the : business session, . I THATEXTRA DRESS Jht the Prince^ One Lot of WOMEN'S SWEATERS *«.M Values _ S4.93 Viiluos — One Lot of HANDBAGS Values to $5.95 20% TO 40% OFF FOUNDATION GARMENTS and GIRDLES SPECIAL SELECTION of JEWELRY at 20% DISCOUNT ODDS and ENDS TABLES of ITEMS PRICED v - at 50c and $1.00 One Lot of DRESSES y* PRICE Students Return To Junior College Resuming their studies at Lasell Junior college, Auburndale, Mass,, are Miss Audrey Patterson, daugh te." of Mr. and Mrs. William Patterson of Central avenue, and Miss Anna Behrendt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bchrnndt. 30% TO 50% OFF ON WOMEN'S COATS and SUITS LARGE REDUCTIONS . ON HOUSE COATS Postpone Meeting 1 ^oi- One-Month -" '.-. The £ regular monthly, meeting 'Of "the Ladies' Aid society'of the Salem -.Lutheran chiirch 'scheduled for tomorrow afternoon has . been postponed one mo.nth. Announce'Birth Of Daughter' •-• Mr. and. Mrs... Stiles Harris* nf Southbury; "anrio'unce the birth of a daug-hter Jan. -1 at St. Mary's hospital. Waterbury. Mrs. Karriss is the former Ruth Fitzpatrick of West street. Duties were collected by London seaports as early as 9SO. ALL WOMEN'S HATS AT y a PRICE OVERCOATS 2O% DISCOUNT MEN'S WINTER JACKETS AT '•' ' . 2O% to 50% DISCOUNTS Snapshot Albums Scrap Books WE HAVE: A SWELL VARIETY sioo to $800 This is a good time of the year to mount your pictures and clipping's, etc. Albums in All Sizes up to 12 x 16 Kodak Film Photo Finishing YOUR KODAK DEALER 'S AHT ond STATIONBKY STORE 13 Church St. Naucatuclc ONE LOT OF BOYS' SWEATERS Sizes 28 to 36— Values to £5.00 «2.95 NEARY BUILDING FORYOUR FAMILY NEEDS!! NAT'S 410 North Main St One Dollar Dress Sale Starts Tomorrow! . Here's all you do! Pick any dress from the sale racks, note the price . . . then pick any other dress of equal price or less and just pay another dollar. That's all there is to it .. . . It's just that simple. Example: 1 Dress $19.98—2nd Dress Reg. $19.98 and $1. Total2 Dresses $20.98. We Offer These Tremendous Savings Because We Are Overstocked and Must Make Room for Spring Merchandise EVERYTHING REDUCED Suits--Coats Sportswear--Blouses ETC. NAUGATUCK, CONN. Henry Disston •, & Sons, Inc. Chain Saws Delivery from Stock

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