Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 10, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 10, 1947
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Snapshot Albums Scrap Books WE HAVE A SWELL VAR1ETV $loo to $800 This is a good time of the year to mount your pic tures and clippings, etc Albums in All Sizes . up to 12 x 16 Kodak Film Photo Finishing 1 YOL'H KODAK DEALER SWEENEY'S AUT and STATIONERY STORE I,'! Cliurcli St. NullxutncU Wendes Chemical Foremen's Club Guest Speaker The Foremen's Club of the Nnu- gatuck Chemical and Symbolic Rubber Plants will meet Tuceiday, February nth, at 1:30 p. m. in the Syntactic plant cafeteria. This monthly mectir.# will feature an illustrated talk by J. C. H. Wendes on Australia and the South Sou Islands, lining motion pictures which Mr. Wer.des mudc during'the course of his travels in these parts. Preciclont Clurence Lundsitrom announced that refreshments and varied forms of entertainment will follow the address by Mr. Wendes M. Barry Keegan FAMILY { rilO'1'OUtt.M-IlKK I 108 Bunk St. \V . COMPENSATION Georg-e W. Way. 73 Woostcr street will receive weekly disability pay ments of $12.19 from the Naugatuck Water. Company under an aware approved yesterday by Workmen's Compensation Commissioner - Hairy Krasow. The payments, retroactive -to April 8, 19-IC, were awarded low back muscle strain. for a MATCH TELLS STORY Indianapolis (UP)— Holbcrt Sweet- J Jones Margin Hid;?. T , - k'utnrlitiry { | mar >. 23, lit a match to see if there «;l. '(-5.WI } , w , as any jilcohol in the radiator : I Bill's Danbury Hatter : 57 SOUTH MAIN ST. * IVm. Miirlnrio, Prop. Men's Hats Cleaned, Blocked'. F.'lftory Mctliorty j NEW HATS FOK SAL13 { Hilts Mndr to Order DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 4T HOTCHKISS STREET Tel. 5727 3. L. MA/II.AUSKAS, Prop. SAI.KS — SKKVICK his car. There was. Sweetman won treated for face burns nt City Hospital. Chest Colds WICKS WVAPORUB Wage Chicago Jan. 27 Robert' E. Lowell, industrial re latior.B munajrer of the local foot wear -plant, .United States iRub'bec Company, reported . today that' a conference on industry-wide wnge negotiations would be held Jan.' 27 n Chicago. The union seeks a wage ncrcase.of 26 cents an hour! He stated that a .tentative agreement was reached between management and CIO officials relative to he company-wide contract at : a onference in New York City 'the ast sovc-ral days. Mr. Lowell said action by company and union - officials on the agreement would be taken'at another, conference in Chicago,-to be held cither Jan. 22 or 23,- the final date not yet haying been -decided ari. • • ; •-..'••. Mr. Lowell was a member of the .-ubber company special committee which attended the New York conference and he attend the conferences in Chicago. ^ * NAUGATUCK NEWS.CCONN.).FRIDAY. .JAN.. IB, Now At The State Elected Evergreen " To Relieve Misery Rub on Tested Congregation Beth Israel Plans Meeting- installation of officers ol th« Beth srael Sisterhood will be held at a ncotlng of the Congregation Tues- ay evening, Jan, 14 at th« com- lunity center on Fairvlew avc- ue. The program will be In'charge of the T>"aug:atuck chapter of Hadassah. Women are requested t bring- donations of linens for th< Palestine supplies. Hostesses will be Mrs: Hymai Alpci't, Mrs. Leynjrd Berger and 'Mrs. Snmuel Hnckler, Refresh ments will be served. ' Mrs;' Stuart 'M; : Boyd''. was "o'le'et'J president of the Evergreen SawJn circle at- tho annual ' : meetlnjf ' hei yesterday .afternoon' in the. Motho dlst' church, .Huccceding 'Mrs.- 'Kiel ard , Ken,ney. . . • ; .\ . "• Prior to ^the buslnoaii meeting' ,. uncKcon : vviag served by the Joh Wesley class oi' the church, : ,. < Other officers for the ' comin/ ear aroi Mrs.' Howard 'Kamorzel rat 1 ' vlOft-prosldent; Mrs. Arm trong Durr, second vIcc-proMlrio'ht Mrs. Louis Zoun, sccrerary-treaa- JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY !«» N. MA IX STREET Wntcrliury Tel. 3-2737 TRY CLASSIFIED ADS ITS FLEECE IS WHITE AS SNOW and everywhere that Mar.v went, she talked about the American Laundry! Soiled and coarsened blankets respond to our gentle laundering. The nap is restored to its orig- :nnl soft, warm fluffiness. Evuiy bit of soil is removed and .ve guarantee against shrinking or stretching. A MERICAKJ I \ i Mtif'i • •• ^ Waterbury Sodality Meeting At St. Francis' An important meetlrig of Our Lady's Sodality of St. Francis' church will be held Sunday afternoon, Jan. 12, at 3 o'clock in St. Cecelia's hall. All members are requested to attend. Siurgical Patient Returns To Home Miss Betty Hotchkiss, 141 Spring street, who has been a surgical patient at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. has returned to her homo. Screw propcllors were first used en ocean vessels in 1839. Among those attending wore: Mrs. Robert Fenn, Miis. Boyd, Mrs Durr, Mrs, Zeun, Mrs,-J.-E. 1 Ray, Mrs. Henry Erk, Mrs. Kerincy, Mrs. George Neal; Mrs, Bertha Hudder, Mrs.- Leila Schmitz, . •' Mrs, Nerltza -Kazanjian, Mrs; Myron Noble, Mrs, Warren Abel; Mrs. Arthur Nelson, Mrs. Ed-ward- Clerk, Mrs. Kamorzel, Mrs. Frederick Tuthill, Mrs.'Gcorga Wigglesworth. ' ' •• • • Mrs, Nellie Lawton, M ! 's. Cora- Ellis, Mrs. Augusta Hoadley, Mrs. Marion Robey. Mrs. E. : Yeaton, Mrs. Joseph Noyack, Mrs. Theodore Zerbe, Mrs.. Lillic Mejrin, Mrs. Howard Bowen, Mrs. Milton Webster. Keetecis/ .'.QfflcBrS'.of.;Cbncordla society, of the Salem Lutheran church were .ree'lefctcd .at the 'annual meeting of the .grdUp. .held recently in- the church; hall. • ..' ••—••-" '•••'•- •• Those'' re-elected arc: The ' Rev.' William R.'. Frendberg, president'; ESniil. S; Rohs, vlce-presideht; Robert- Anderson; recording and. financial 1 Becretary; John Q.vGlBslander! treasurer; • Joseph : Frlck, .custodian William' O.' •Pc^teMon;.' J.- Emil : Anderson, auditors; .'Emll.' S, Rohs, Victor Rohs, Emll Anderson, -Miss Julia' Anderson,'. Mrs. J'.' Emll -Anderaon, :-Mrs. Arthur Parson, 'sick jommi'ttee;''Miss-Ellen ; Woodln,. J. Smil Anderson, membership committee; Jbhn- Gisalandei-i 'purchas- ng agent.' Church Guild To Sponsor Bakery A bakery will be sponsored by St. Michael's Guild Friday, Jan. 17, in the parish house from 11 o'clock in the morning to 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The group win hoJd its regular meeting- Monday evening, Jan. 13, with a po-i-iuclt supper to be served' -it C o'clock. ' : r» a ^»ii t2K / ^ « a ^sy OI/ERCMT and TOPCOAT Recent Guests In Woonsocket Mre. Dennis M, Linskcy and fam- ly, and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Collins "tnd daughters Jeanne and Jane, all if 12'I Curtiss street, were recent ;uests of Donald Linskey in Woon- ocltet, R. I. Mclvin H. Skinner of he U. S. Navy, a guest of Jeanne 'oilins, also accompanied the group. Resumes Studies At Virginia Tech Cadet Joseph P. Suchenski, Jr., son of Mr. om! Mrs. Joseph Suchenski, 126 Fairlawn avenue, has returned to Blacksburg, Va., to resume his s-tudies at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, aftor spending the holidays with his parents. Quarterly Meeting Of Fund Committee The quarterly meeting of the building fur.d committee of St. Michael's Episcopal church will be held Monday morning, Jan. 13, at 9 o'clock in the parish house. Junior Club To Elect Monday Election of - officers' and appolnt- nehts of committee members will e held. Monday evening. Jan. 13. y the newly organized-Junior Wo- ian's club in the American-Leon Memorial Home, 21 Cedar reet, at 8 o'clock. A slate of officers will be submitted by the nominating: committee, which includes: Mrs J. E. Larkin, chairman; -Miss Eleanor Oerii- cke. Miss Sarah Etacry, Miss Caroline Bcntzen, Mrs. Edward Lowe. Representatives of the general club to attend the meeting will be Mrs. Clifford A. Tceple and Mrs. George W. Carroll, president. Beauty Topic At Juniorettes Meet Mrs. Marion (Davis) Shimer will be guest speaker at a meeting of 'the Naugatuck Woman's club Jun- iorettes Monday evening, Jan. 13 at 7:15 o'clock in the American 'Legion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street. ' , Mrs. Shimer will speak on the \HillsideChurch Installation To Be Held Sunday The annual service of installa lion and communion will -be held Sunday evening, Jan 12 at 7 o'clock in the .Hillside Congregation'!! church, it was announced today by the Rev. Pa'ul W. Peterson, minister. The following- officers will be Installed by the Rev Peterson: Fridolf Anderson, chairman; Yng-ve Dahlln. vice-chairman; Phillip Peterson, secretary; Elton Abramson, Carl Anderson, -Donatus.Anderson, Carl Erlckson, Horace Grovcr, Paul V. Johnson, Theodore Johnson, David Larson, Joseph Nygren, deacons. Chester Burtnett, financial secretary; Albert Curtiss, Edward Jenzell, Carl Mag-nuson, Roy T. Nelson, David Rappe, chairman; Arthur Swanson, treasurer, all .trustees. Mrs. Carl Erickson, Mrs. Harold Heacoch, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mi-s. o. G. Swanson, deaconesses; Elton Abramson, Sunday school aupcrin tcndent; Mlas Verna Anderson, primary . department superintendent. Pond Hill Club Plans Events A special card tournament is held every Tuesday evening: at 8 o'clock, according- to an announcement today by Mahlon Sears, president of the Pond Hill Community club. A History-Making Su&jrc Even for 1947, featuring; two-top "name' headline attractions on one gk bill will be offered at the Slate theater, Hartford, today, Saturday & Sunday, Headlining the out- Tuberculosis Seal Safes Total $2,177 The total nmount collected to date in this year's annual Tubor- culoifi Seal Sale, ag announced by Mrs, Albert Holmberp and Mnj. Irving: Cutting;, co-chairmen of the 2J 1 ™ J,* * 2 ' 177 -°° " compared to J2.JOO.OO a year ago. Of thl. sum, 5510 ha.i been contributed by the •choolc, and 4216.68 .by Beacon Fall B Reminder cards arc belnjf Bent out this week to .those who have not yet contributed and It Is urired hat tho*e who have not reenond- d do to immedidtoly | n order to acilltatc the bookkeepln* Three events planned' for the month include a special meeting and entertainment Friday evening, Jan .17, at 8 o'clock. A bihtfo party •will be held Jan, 24 at 8:30 o'clock, and a card party with table and door prizes Jan. 31 at 8:30 o'clock. Those attending the card party arc requested to furnish . their cards. T In the 1917-18 World war, the S. lost 37,568 men in action, and topic, "Beauty Hints." Miss Audrey Kerner, president, will conduct the business session. Church Annual Meeting 1 Sunday The annual meeting of the Holy Saviour Polish -National Catholic church will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the church hall, it has beer, annonced by the Rev Louis Kacitorowski, pastor. Election of officers will be held-. ( — • •—" •••»-•• ((i t*wnwn, eiiiu injury and illness casualties totaled ,233,184. standing program will be The Mills Brothers, sensational stars of stage, acroen and radio, together with Elliott Lawrence, his piano and his orchestra. the Mills Brothers sing all their newest song hits as well as such favoritie* as 'Till Then," "You Always Hurt the One You Love," "I Wish," "I Guess I'll Get the Pacers," "Paper Doll," and others; Elliott Lawrence and his orchestra, co-heodlincrs with the Mills Brothers, is the mo»t sensational and "most talked about" band in the country today, and is considered to have reached the pinaclc of success with his Now Kind of music which blends popular stylings with symphonic tones. Extra added ore Tim Herbert, zany young comedian of tho Broadway hit, "Follow ihe Girls," Lynn Shirley, lovely dancing star, and others. Showing on the sei-een wll Ibc "Mr. Hex" with Leo Gorccy & Huntz Hall, Our Diamond* V year WILLIAM SCHPERO 1M CHCBCH «T. Annual Meeting Of School Staff The annual meeting ot the Sun- John McDermott To Wed Jan. 25 • Announcement'''is made of the coming marriage of Miss Margaret Jordan, daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Jordan of Middlcbury, and John McDermott, 488 North Main street, which will be an event of Saturday, Jan, 25 in the Church of St. John of the Cross, Middlcbury, Chemical Employe Engaged To Wed Miss Patricia Huth Gregory, who ted with the Naugatuck church wil Tuesday evening, Jan. o'clock. be held 14 at 8 COATS OF 100% ALL-WOOL MASTERFULLY TAILORED Conic soo and compare — yon cnn't heat (liosc co.'its in st.ylo, quality or price, ]00#> all-wool in smartest models with infinite- ni.lent.ion given to detail. Brown, navy, grey, etc. A.1J ROCK-KNIT OVERCOATS NOW Young People To'Entertain The Young People's Fellowship of St. Michael's Episcopal church will entertain the felolwshlp of Christ church, Bethany, Sunday evening. -Jan. 12, at the parish house. 7:30 o'clock in Sunday School Teachers Meeting The Sunday school teachers of the Immanucl Lutheran church will meet Tuesday evening, Jan. 14 at 7:30 o'clock. REMINGTON and SCHICK ELECTRIC SHAVERS SCHICK SIIAVERSETS G. E. Table Model Radios Portable Electric Record Players G. E. Electric Kitchen and Mantle Clocks HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH ST. ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Warner of Hamden, it is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Gregory of Hamden. Mr. Warner, a veteran of the Navy, is ^studying at Yale university. ^Pastor, Family To .^Vacation In Florida ; . 'The Rev. T. Bradley Long-stair, | 'pastor of the Methodist church, i and; his family will leave next 1 week for a month's vacation a Daytona Beach, Fla. They will re turn Feb. 12. IN NATIONAL'S JANUARY CLEARANCE Bible Class Plans Meeting 'The Fidelity Bible class of • Ihe Methodist church wil! hold' its monthly business and social meeting- Thursday evening, J=n. • .is n.t 7:30 o'clock in-the church. Leaves Sunday For Miami, Fla. Milton Weissman of Highland av- ; enuelcavoB Sunday for Miami, Pliv. SMART NOW SAND-BANUM STANDARD The entirely different boiler seal* ellminant, Sand-Banum Standard: Saves 10-50% in fuel. 162 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK, CONN. 582 MOBTII MAIN ST. . Union City - Tel. t683 WINTER DRESSES Sportswear ROBES $5 CHARGE AND BUDGET ACCOUNTS AVAILABLE WITHOUT COST We'll Gladly Open An Account For You If You Do Not Already Enjoy This Convenience ""'-' WOMEN'S WtAft STRISIK'S U> Center St. Watirrmry, Conn GLASSWAKE THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Building Conn. WHITE JERSEY COTTON DIAPERS " $3.39 dozen 117a11*r'« "EFT. IT Qliy S STORE '.'•••,: 14 SPRING SXttEET FROZEN BREAD imd PIE DOUGH FOR SALE PATTY SHELLS TO :ORDER CITY BAKERY . .B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. M»ple Street Telephone 8078 FAMOUS FOR QUALITY COATS For Over A Quarter'.Century 102 SOUTH MAIN STEJEIT Waterbury

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