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January 15, 1947

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Co-eds Told How To Act On Date Seattle (UP)—Co-cds at the Unl vcrslty of Washington should know flow they would be expected to tic (f dntlntf ntiy one of five of the rnnte students nt ! tho school. The rnnlon, nil undergraduates ppoko nt the nnnual Frouh Stan- meeting on the campus*. Gummlc Johnson, Btudrnt body president, said he didn't allow his dotes to smoke in the crxr on 'the n'ay home from a social evening. "A clpnrelte I,M mighty defensive weapon for n frlrl whoso escort is ninorotiH," he said. "And amoking Is not conducive to a smooth situation." Another mnlc said ho didn't np- * prove of drinking when out on a date. "Lkiuoi' l- s no' necessary for n good time," he said. "There are other ways ot enjoying yourself when out with n girl." Two others (clt the same way. Johnny Webber, homecoming chairman this year, said he didn't amokc or drink. "Don't know why I wan chosen to talk," he said. "I don't smoke or drink nncl now I have to talk nbout necking. Well, T know a little about that." Women's Act iviti es- Persona I and Social Miss Peterson Chairman For College Drive Speaker Lumber from rosewood trees in jold by Its weight. M. Barry Keegan I CANDID I WEDDINGS j 108 Dank St. Wutcrhury • Jones MorfcT.n DMg. Trl, 4-038J j • Jones MoTgG \ttfttffffrn Mlas Colette Peterson, 198 Millville avenue, has been appointed ocnl community chairman in Nau- Katuck for the Simmons College 50th Anniversary Appeal, which will seek to raise $3,300,000 for academic and physical needs as he college approaches its COth irthday. Mlsa Peterson is a graduate o the School of Business at Sim mons. She w,"! have complete '.'e sponslbllUy for organizing the capital fund campaign in the Nau gatuck area. Funds will be uscc to build a new library, science building, residence halls, social and health unit, and increase faculty salaries at Simmons. National Committee headquarters for the Simmons 50th Anniversary Appeal nre located at 10 State street, Boston. JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY 99 N. MAIN STl'RKET Wnlerbury Tel. 8-2737 Venetian Blinds In Miotk. • PIIV .Hrrvlr* LEBON'S 8711 Xi>. .Miiln Nt, Ti'l. .1.7SS1 Wutfrhury Nobles Observe 24thAnniversary Mr. and Mrs, Charles J. Noble, Sr., 170 Aetna street, yesterday observed their 24th wedding anniversary. The couple marked the occasion quietly, with n family dinner party being held last evening at their home. Married Jan. 1-1. 1923 in St. Fran- els' church, with the Rov. Thomas Cooney officiating-, the couple have three children, two sons and a daughter. They are: Charles J, Noble. Jr., Thomas Noble and Miss Margaret Noble. The couple is well-known in the borough and have a large circle'of friends and acquaintances. Mr. Nohie is affiliated with the Connecticut Light & Power Cp. EvangelineCircle\ To Observe Its 36thA nniversary Girl Bather Starts Milan—cup)—Still rwary. afte-- E o 1.n g: - hook-Hne-an'd-sinker , 'for Lake Coma's "monster" — which turned out to be 'a s.turjjcon-^ama- t.eur adventure-seekers of northern Italy nevertheless eagerly accepted newg of discovery of gold, in, the Flans-fbr the 36th-anniversary of I c °m° region.' Men of'science-found argument unavailing, when .,. imaginations were aroused, by the universal gold fever. They, tried .to explain -that there was some'gold in specimens turned in—but only .0070 per cent —not enough for exploitation. But people cared only .for tHo fact that microscopic bits, of gold could, be.. found.' By .the score, Orchestra Will Visit 53 Cities NACOAtPCK NEWS (CONN.). WEDNESDAY. JAN. U.1MT—PAGE S Evangeline Circle of the ' Salem Lutheran 'church, were discuweii ast night at a meeting of 'the organization in' the church hall. The anniversary meeting- -will. .ha' icld Tuesday evening, Feb. 11 ' In. he church hall, with a pot-luck upp>r to 'be served at 6:30 .o'clook.. Group' One with Mrs. Willis. Peterson, chairman, will be. in'.charge^ 'The , first transcontinental tour by Pierre Montcux and the San Krancisco Symphony will start In Visalia, .Cal,, oh March 10 and continue through an eight-weeks itinerary. -Visaing 03'cities, the orchestra will travel by special train through the southwest and south, arriving in New York via Washington, to make Its Carnegie Hall debut on April 11. Members are requested td ; .furnish.] »4uad»» of amateur 'proBpectors'.;. t set Optometrist Addresses Grange Dr. Harold E. Davids, local optometrist, was speaker at a meeting- of the Middlebury Granp-e Monday evening in the town hall. Hairy Moeckol, master of the Beacon /alley Grange, was in attendance. Mrs. Winifred: YVnUsor, wife of the Rev. Dr. John Wulkcr, minister of the Second"..Congregational church, Waterbury, who will present a lecture. Tuesday evening, </;i,i. SI iindnr thp.spon- sorship, of''the Men's Fellowship of the Hillside Congregational church. The lecture will be iic- companied by. . motion pictures taken by Mrs. Walker during the punt summer when In the .com-. piuty of- her husbiind xhe, visited France, Holland, Italy and Switzerland and observed relief and reconstruction work l>elng done there through church funds. The lecture will be held tit 8 o'clock In the church auditorium with the' public invited. a penny for each year of 'her 'age.' During the business session' attended by 33 members- and conducted by Mrs. Pctorsbn, vice-president, in the absence af Mrs. Joe], Anderson, president, two new metnbers. were admitted, to the group. ;,Thoy >.re: Andrew, Anderson .and "Alans Anderson. ... ' -" ( • ' Speaker for the evening. was. Mrs. Ailing Squires who spoke on the subject, "Mysterious Talti. She told' the group, of -her' experiences while on a cculse in August 1941 abroad the SS Granada. She described several historical places and ijave many interesting anecdotes of her trip, Three Local Women Attend Boston Univ. PJ/J'<1>1 *• *' t * / *' "RED TAG" CLEARANCE R U LOOKING FOR BARGAINS? COME IN — WE'VE GOT 'EM Glassware — Waste Baskets — Bed Lamps Novelties — Pottery Each Item on Sale Has a "Red Tag" DON'T WAIT — THEY'RE GOING FAST TIIK CARP and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S In its lOSbh year of uninterrupted service to 'higher education, Boston university, the largest" educational institution In New England, has enrolled its record-breaking: top of more than 20,000 students of whom between 7,000 and 8,000 men and women are veterans. Local residents who are studying- at this famous institution are: Miss Amelia Violr. Galluccl, 50 Culver street, student at the Bos|ton university School of Education. I Miss Phyllis Bernadine Johnson, |41 BinKham street, College of I Physical Education for Women, Sargent. Miss Oiivc Mary Walton, New Haven road, School of Social Work. A public dessert-bridge will be hold, under the sponsorship of .the Ladles' auxiliary, Naugatuck American Legion post. No, 17, Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 29, at 1:30 o'clock in the Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street, it was announced today by Mrs. Margaret Maxwell, president. Mrs, Norris Follctt has been appointed chairman c-f arrangements, to be assisted by Mrs. James Thurston, reservations; Mrs. Daniel Oem- cke, refreshments, and Mrs. Marshall Bontempo, prizes. t out, .for the mountains and the Como. area' reacted With the same fever., ,.. '". , . ', f:, .Cosimi'o .Boirrpmeo,.. noted mineralogist,-.'who 1 ' unwittingly set; off the rush by reporting discover of a gold, vein. near. . Coino, .said that because o£- theV'mlnimum .percentage of .gold,, it.ya Inadvisable to continue work as; a commercial venture."' ^,..i- Borromco eaid. that. after scientific exploration '.through the region, he had located,'^" large gold vein extending 'for.''about eight miles In Italian territory. and six, or eight miles into Swiss territory. ! He did not reveal the- exact location of the "voln," but said his work was carried, out between Lakes Como and Lugano. The original discovery of the possibility of gold in this region was made by a girl bathing in the Breggia River.'At the time. s he reported that her arms were covered with a glittering substanc* after swimming in the river. SEEKS CITIZENSHIP A well-known author is renewing his fight to gain American citizenship. Richard J. H. Kreba —who under the name Jan Valtin wrote-the Nazi expose "Out of the Night"—will . be. given a Federal court hearing at New Haven, Jan 24. • . Congcssmcn in 1840 represented about 48,000 constituents,, The average district today has 250,000. reafment In Mental Cases Urged As Cure Chicag-o —(UP)— Three basic viewpoints concerning mental health and--the caro and treatment of the mentally ill prevail In the U. S. today, according to an article in the current issue of the Mental Health Bulletin, published by the Illinois Society for Mental Hygiene. "The first of these views is that •crazy people arc a menace and a conclusion to thin premlke la that hospitals should bo built for their care 'and treatment. "The third viewpoint, toward .which we arc moving-, 1* that 'theno p.itior.ts in our hoipibitu Were »lck longr before they entered the hon- pitaJ and their community* helped to make them what 'they are.' The. conclusion, to this promise Is that the treatment should be boRUn before hospitalir.suion becomes necessary," WEDDING PLANS A son of former Governor Wilbert Snow is RoinR- to be married. February 1. Miss Elizabeth Brown cf Cromwell will be married to nuisance.' On this basis 'crazy' i Charles W. Snow. Jr. The younger- people arc locked up wherever they gnow . js „ sludcnt at Wcslcyan where his father will resume teaching next month. can.be conveniently confined — in jails, in cells, and even in county •houses. "The sccod viewpoint—the one dominating at present — is that 'these abnormally bchuving people' are sick and need treatment. The Idaho and Montana arc separated by the continental divide which also extends through Wyoming-, Colorado and- New Mexico. Queen Of Hearts! Local Man To Wed Feb. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Forte of Waterbury, announce the engagement itnd coming marriage of their daughter, Mary, to Louis Sequenzia, son of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Sequcn- 'zia, 43S South Main street. The wedding will take place Feb. 1 in the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. N. Y. Resident Weekend Guest Miss Astrid Anderson of New York spent the weekend at her home on Pnrk r.venue. Guests In Southbury Mr. and Mrs, Lynwood Donovan, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rice, of Naupntuck, were Kuests recently at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Eir.ar S, Healand in Smi<thbury, Annual Meeting- Of Church Friday The annual nice-tin? and election of officers of the Congregational church will be held Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The meeting will be adjourned to Jan. 31 in order that reports may be printed and distributed. Savings of 1-3 to 1-2 on Norwash High Quality Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes. Don't miss this great Bargain event! ! . •• *• WOMEN'S SHOES — $1.99 $2.99 $3.99 VALUES VALUES VALUES TO TO TO $5.00 $5.95 £6.50 Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Salvatorc Tigan clla, 67 Cherry street, announce the birth of ; thoir second child and first daughter. Diane Mary, Dec. 31 in St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Tlganclla is the former Concctta Mollica. Visitor In New York City Miss Ebba Lorcntzson of May avenue was a visitor in New York city, yesterday. Surgical Patient In St. Mary's Mrs. Edwin R. Curran, 272 North Main street, is a surgical patient in St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Medical Patient In Waterbury Miss Gertrude Euttcrworth of Trowbrklpe place is a medical patient at the Waterbury hospital. Catholic Women | Postpone Meeting The meeting of St. Francis' branch of the Connecticut Council of Catholic Women originally scheduled for tomorrow night in St. Cecelia's hall has been postponed/ to Tuesday evening Jan. 21, at 8 o'clock. MEN'S SHOES VALUES TO $7.95, '. $495 — $$.95 $8.95 VALUES TO $8,95 VALUES TO $10.95-$11.95 R2504 Crisp red organdy heart accented white eyelet ruffles. Shining sequins trim .the dainty .hearts. Sew this lovely apron for yourself and what a charming- Valentine host- es you will be! Pattern envelope No. R250-1 contains tracings for designs, tissue pattern and complete sewing instructions, •Our now GO - page mullicolored 'Book of Needle Arts" containing five free pnUei-ns, and many other suggestions for dressing up your home and yourself, .is a homcrnak- cr's treasure. Send your request for this book to the address Jislcrl bc- lo\y, enclosing twenty cents (£0c) irf coin to cover the cost and nmil- ittg charges. '••To'obtain this pattern, send'15' cents in COINS, giving your name, address and zone number lo Pe.^p-y Rpbcrls, N.-iugntuck Daily News, P.O. Box TOO, Station'G, New York 19;: N. Y. •' ' ' THATEXTRA DRESS Weekend Guests Of Local Woman Mr, and Mrs. E. J, . Daly of Brooklyn, N. Y., were weekend guests at the home of Miss Loretta O'Shea of Cherry street. GOING AWAY? GET^YOUB LUGGRGE At FISHER'S 111 South Main St., Waterbury ! RADIO EXPERTS , Since 1925 - SWAN'S 1C .Church St. — TcL Z5T4 WE'RE ALTERING OCB STOKE Wittch Us Grow! CORNER CANTEEN 393 No. Main Street "Dom" Tellerico, Prop. CHILDREN'S SHOES VALUES TO $4.50 VALUES TO $5 and $5.95 _ $3.45 $4.45 •»»*»**j WOMEN'S SLIPPERS Vz PRICE $2Value 3 STRISIK'S 10 Center St. tVatsroury, Conn . GLASSWARE • FROZEN- BREAD nnd PIE DOUGH FOB SALE PATTY SHELLS TO ORDER CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Maple Street .. Telephone 3678 Now In Progress! 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. Total 2 Dresses $20.98. EVERYTHING REDUCED ETC, SHOES FOR- THE -E'NT I-RE FAMILY NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. GLIDE-0-MATIC ELECTRIC IRON. Automatic Control $995 Lightweight-:;)><; ibs. Nlchrome Element CRFDIT JtWriERS _ Mi South Main St — ^ 2204 25%. Reductions On LAMPS

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