Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 16, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 16, 1947
Page 3
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Company Employes New Insurance Plan More than 90 per cent of the em- ployes o f thc Connecticut Light & power Company have subscribed to s no»'. improved jfroup life | n stirancc plan, which became ef fectlve January 1. 10-17, Prosidcn C. L. Campbell announced today. Under the new plan, the em- ploye's tatal contributions purchase paid-up .Insurance. Term Insurance for the difference between the paid- up insurance. Term insurance for tho difference between tho paid-up policy and the total amount for which the policy holder Is Insured is paid for by the company. After paid-up insurance is purchased it remains in force'Whether the em- ployes ceases to contriblte' to the plan — ' • ' • f REED STROLLERS REGULAR 811.08 JUVEMI.E FURNITURE BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND STREET Wutorbury or .terminates employment with Hhc company. In the event he leaves the company, the employe hxs a cuoice of receiving a paid- up policy or receiving a cash payment amounting to at least the amount of his total contributions. Mr. Campbell stated that the company feels that the new plan is the best obtainable, and. cxprcsfcd his pleasure with the enthusiastic reception given the plan- by tho company's employes. " | Women's Activities-Personal and Social Officers Reelected: At f: • ' • • •' .? "**' •'' Auxiliary Annual Meeting ^ TO WITHDRAW SUIT A J20.000 portal-to-portal pay uit against the E. InKraham company of Bristol ,- s to be withdrawn. CIO union officials announces union officials, ' ho °8ht All officers, with one exception, were reeJected. yesterday afternoon at .the annual meeting of St; Michael's branch of the Woman's auxiliary held in the parish house. Two additional officers were named. . The reejected officers are: Miss Guilty Sophie Brown, president; Miss Jane Twitchcll, secretary; Mrs. Clarence E. Fenniman, educational secretary; Mrs. George Barwick, white envelope .and parish fund treasurer; , Mrfi.. William J. Noble, United Thank uffirlrig treasurer. Mrs. J.'W. Bilges, Advent Memorial fund treasurer, succeeding Mrs. P. .W. Stahl; Mrs. George Currier, church club , -..- i..e>,i,,i-uu worKGrs | ' *vi , ijliurcn piuiuuicili U1UD BOC11> conccrned who wish to seek portal I ta ''y; Mrs. Briggs, chairman of sup- Sunday School Teachers Elect The annual meeting of the Hill side Congregational church Sunday School teachers was held recently with Elton ' Ab'ramson, reclected superintendent, 'presiding. Paul V. Johnson was elected as- Distant superintendent, and Miss Ellen Andersoh'~wae named assistant superintendent, of the primary department, of which. Miss . Verna Anderson % la superintendent. Others elected are: MJss Norma pay will have to initiative. th j gallon of contains .about pound- of »ea water "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 THK CARD and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ply committee; Mrs. Mildred Hair, publications secretary; Mrs, .Norrls M. Follett, head of evening group; Mrs, Henry Pope, chairman of shut- in committee; Mrs. Lyman Lamphere, pianist. The two latter of| flees were added this year. | ..Miss Twitchell reported a successful year financially and socially. A resume of last year's "Study of Africa" was presented by Mrs. Fenniman. The group is engaged in a "Study of India" thia year, Mrs. Fenniman read a clipping regarding the effect of 'the Mohammedan- Ism reli£r' % ->n on the. condition of animals, and 'the great loss of cattle through the religious rites. Mrs. Currier reported. 8,000 greeting cards were sent to the Children's Federation for 17 Guests At? Mrs. pbnatus Anderson, 42 May avenue, critertalried 17 guests yesterday afternpon at a Kaffee Kalas: The hostess was surprised with the receipt of. several .gifts present- VFW Auxiliary Sponsors Party Nearly 300 patlenta at the Rocky Hill', Veterans Home were, enter 1 . talncd last night at a party under iH.e auspices of the Ladles' auxiliary, Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Rose Bontompo, president,,. NAPGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. JAN. 18, 1M7—PAGE » the Local contemplate* no portal- to-portal pay- «ulU a«min»t tho Extern Malleable 'Iron company, The wage policy for J9<7 algo wa« discussed. Ant.hcny Oiesky. president, presided. -.« Members of liocal 1058, United Steel Workers.,''of America, CIO. at a meeting- 'held at tho Polish- American club in Union City Tuesday night liea.rd nn explanation why , ,, headtd a . group of about 40 from' the local post and auxiliary, jwho attended the event. Prizes 'were awarded and refreshment? -served. ed in. honor of, her" plrthday, which | Among those attending from ,„„„ „„,„,,„„*„,, c,-.._.,-.. * ....... Naugatuck wcrc . Gep<; vlc"vc Coen,,, Christine Bodgar, Jean Ptetarelli,! Rose Cook,. Josephine Jackson, was celebrated Sunday. A social period was enjoyed. Among those attending were: Mrs. Joseph Nygrcn, Mrs. P. August Johnson, Mrs. Joseph Jenzeil, Mrs, Walter Anderson and son, Peter, Mrs. .Carl Magnuson,, Mrs. Oscar Xichnrdson, Mrs. Carl Anderson. rfi-s. C. G. Swanson, Mrs. Charles kelson, Mrs. Theodore Johnson, 4rs. Jennie Wilson, Mrs, Augusta SALE MEN'S, WOMEN'T and CHILDREN'S SHOES Save 1-3 to 1-2!! NTIRE FAMllv' in schools near Sparta, that many used magazines sent to Institutions and individuals during- the' year. Fifteen boxes of used and, unused clothing- were sent to Alaska, the Philippines, Epiphany, Mission, Sherwood, Tenn., St. Paul'sIflsslon, Amherat, Va., and Rockpolnt school, Burlington, Vt., according to a report by Mz's. Brlgge. lor, assistant -secretary; Walter An dcrson, treasurer. Reports showed an. increase in attendance during the year. It was voted to . appropriate a sum foi visual education, and for chairs for the nursery and beginners classes. To Entertain District Heads Officers of the American Region Second District will be entertained in Naugatuck Wednesday, Feb. 5, according to plans discussed at a meeting of tho Ladles' auxiliary, Naugatuck -American Legion; post, and I No. 17 last night in Anderson, Mrs. Frldolf Anderson, Irs. Harold Heacock, Walter Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Doriatus Anderson. the son Local Man/ Wed Jan. 4 Announcement is made of marriage of Julius A. Stiller, of Mr. and Mrs. August Stiller, 220 Scott street, and Miss Madeline Kolcszar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koleszar, Norwalk, which took place Jan. 4 in the rectory. of St. Mary's church, Norwalk. The bride was -attended by her sister, Mrs. A.nne Marko as matron of honor, and serving as best man was the bridegroom's brother, Wiliam L. Stiller of New Haven. Mr'. ' Stiller is 'a .veteran of four Mary Rose, Otya' Wilkins, Anna Kane, Frances Kosowitz, Jano Bontempo, ^ Mabel Eurkc, Anna Leanharcjt/Mr. and Mrs, Harold H. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Lewif, Anna Stauffer. Mary Pichulo, Anna Rossi, Josephine Bohlman ,Mr. Sigelti, Raymond Baker, Anna Reilly, Mr. and ! Mrs. James Schaff, Mi>. and Mir. Edgar Bjckford, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holmes, Mrs. Peterson, Emily Birdsall, Helena Magas, D. Dempsey, Anna Bchlman, G. Lorson, C Ern,st, Mr, an'd Mrs. William Dibble of Meridcn, state officers. WATERBCRY 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. Church 21 S. Main St. Norwnrk High school. were I Home on Cedar street. A pot-luck! years in the Army, serving one in suppoi'wil be served at 6:30 o'clock. I tnc 'European theater of opera- Mrs. Edward Wilcox. wil be- . 'in U 0 " 3 ' ;, ThTe ,. b . 1 ' id '. is a graduate of charge of arrangements. ' ' "" Four officers will attend the National Defense dinner to be held in tho Hotel Taft, New Haven, Feb. 1. The president, secretary, National Dofense chairman and Americanism chairman will attend. In- publlcation, "Forth" and six foi the Connecticut Churchman. An installation service will be held at a later date. The Rev, Win- frccl B. Langhorst, rector, opened and closed the session with prayers, A tea was held at the close- of the business session, with Mrs, Alfred E. Huband and Mrs, William F, Lutz serving. Poplin, a fabric of silk warp and weft, derives its name .from the fact it was flret made in Avignon, scut of the Popes from 1309 to 1376 To Be Usher At Wedding- Charles Crocker of the' borough will be an v-hcr at the wedding of his cousin, 'Miss Vera Jcanncttc Ratford, Hamden, to William Mor,-,, ,, . j , • ris Brown, Jr., Milford, which takes Plans were discussed for a des- pl ace Saturday, Feb. 1 in the Ply- sort-bridge to be held Jan, 29, witii mouth Congregational church Nev* Mrs. Norrls Follctt in . charge. A i Haven. ' " ' membership drive «;so tvas discussed. ) ti report .oy Airs Jsriggs i ~"-"*"~"" *-"«n ""-**< m** cmujju. ±n- The report of Mrs. Hair showed I Mr'^Mae Bi^d r" ObtalnCd from Hostesses for the 'evening- tvere: Mrs. Augusta Phillips. Mrs. Sue Erickson, Mrs. Catherine Desmond and Miss Ethel Phillips. Girl Scout Troop Meeting- Canceled A meeting of Girl Scout troop, No. 31, under the leadership of Miss Helen Sutor, scheduled for tonight, "has boon :'caTiceled: :..•••.-.••..• __ Announce Birth pf Third Child '.-Mr. and Mrs. Preston White, of 'the borough announce the birth of'their third child and first daughter, Kathryn Mary, Jan. 11, in St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Mrs. Vfhite^s the former Kathcrine Harmon of Waterbury, Return Prom Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sarin and son. Robert, have returned to the borough following a visit with Mr. Snrin's parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Sarln of Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard, Mass".' •'•'- • Rebekahs Plan Installation Mrs. Ada Williams of Seymour, district deputy president of District No. 8 and her staff, will fnstal! officers of Columbian Rebckah lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. F., at a meeting scheduled for Wednesday evening, Jan. 20 in Odd Fellows' hall. Plans for the installation, which i will seat Mrs. Eleanor Monroe as ' noble grand, and Mrs. Geraldine! Travcrs as vice-grand as well a; other officers, were discussed last night at a meeting of the lodge. Mrs. Marie Ash ford, retiring noble grand, conducted the session. Mrs, Emma Vagt was .named | chairman of the committee in charge of refreshments on installa-! tion night. . j STRETCH YQUR DOLLARS ALL THE WAY... BUY THE TODAY .' IU IMPONIHIO.COCOANVr ' ! SHAMPOO 1 f.ravtt~lieir:softcr*.-.--j ffyf '' Dryimc .'. ., Contain* fat- \**tt4 rintint ,e(ent BOt NOTES*! . ._,„. 75* Size 59c-S1 Size 88 Montana han 12. national forests covering 16,2.15.120. acres, or 17 per cent of the, stale's area. NEMOW Prompt, •ffecliv > RELIEF from functional "PERIODIC" PAIN IOX OF TABLETS to Center St. \Tnt*rt>ury, Conn GLASSWARE M. Barry Keegan CANDID WEDDINGS 103 nank St. Waterbury J Jones Morgan Bids. Tel. 4-53S4 » PRICE! •*r**rmrrfrrrrtfff^+f+4 SPECIAL GROUPS Ladies' Coats, V 2 Price :.:..,..... , . . , , . . $15, $20, $25 Ladies' Suits, V 2 Price ........... ...... , ; ! . .$15, $ 2 0, $25 Ladies' Dresses, Y 2 Price ....... ......... ........ $ 3> $ 5> ?7 Ladies' Skirts, V 2 Price ......................... $ 3> ?4> $5 Ladies' Robes, y 2 Price ......................... $3, $5, $7 Ladies' Sweaters, l / 2 Price ......................... $3^ $5 Costume Jewelry, l / 2 Price ..................... 50 C , $1 $2 Jerkin Sets, i/ 2 Price ......... ..... . . ....... . ..... $8, $10 Ladies' Hats, i/ 2 Price ........ . ............... . .$1, $2, $3 CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT Children's Dresses, l / 2 Price ....... . . ...... ...... $1, $2, $3 Children's Skirts and Jumpers, l / 2 Price ........... $1.50, $2 Infants' Fleece Snow Suits, i/ 2o Price ........ ......... $5, $6 Children's Sweaters (slightly mussed), y 2 Price . . ! ____ $1.50 Children's Blouses (slightly mussed), Y 2 Price ........... $1 Music. Department Meets Tonight The Music department of the Naupatuclt Woman's club will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the liome of Mrs. Martin T. Lynn, C7 Walnut street. Mrs. Charles I. Fcllowcs will be in charge of tho program. World. Prayer Day Planned Feb. 21 The World Day of Prayer service will be conducted this year in the Salem Lutheran church Friday, Feb. 21; it was announced today. Mrs, Robert V. Anderson has been named chairman in charge of the arrangements committee. A!l local Protestant churches will participate in the service, "with committees in each church to be responsible for a portion of the service. JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY 09 N. 3IAIJV STREET Waterbury Tel. 3-2727 VISIT OUR SPECIAL 50c and $1 BARGAIN TABLES Medical Patient At St. Mary's • Stanley Boraskn, 71 Pi- »treet, is n medical patient at St Mary's hospital, -Walci-bury. where lie was admitted this morning. Marine Women's Party Tomorrow A public card party will be heir' tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows' hall under tuo sponsorship of the Women's auxiliary. Marine Corps League. Proceeds will be placed in a fund used for the aid of wounded Marines. Mrs. Harry Kreidlcr ' and Mrs. Joy Schle- slngor are co-chairmen in charge. j Venetian Blinds In .Stoik. S l)n« Scrvlr* LEBON'S *;« Nn. Main 81. TH. 3-l^il COLGATE'S NEW CREAM MOOORANT Confom; DURATEX txdusivt Hew Safety fflgmftaff pus in? • Ncv«rCri»?K*r6rtf»)'' IC °$i«* 1f ELECTRIC IKONS $2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 152 CHURCH STREET ATTENTION LADIES! ! •lust arrived Cfofh ami Pnftprii Stylos for Ciibtoin-Tiiilorod Suits. 6J;irt.s, .TarUets attd Topcoats. Fully gored nr pirated skills; fitted or boxed cnuts at EMBRIISKi antiseptic NCN.AICOHOIIC CONTAINS iANOtfN GET A JEEP ,Toor . Wn,I,TS-OVKRIiAND Dolrr LIBEETY MOTORS, Inc. • *•» n»n-l»nn. Avrnne Off Eioliiinse Plo<-». n'alcrbarr Thon. 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