Twenty Plus Club plans Theater Party A theater party IN bolr.jr planned hy the Twenty Plus club of the Vcchoilist church to be held Friday cvenlnp, Jn.n. 2'l In the Salem Playhouse. MrH. Gerald Dennis Is In charge of nri-ft'njrciiicnt.H. and those desiring ' n Jiitend are requested to assemble in tfi o'clock. Beacon Falls Girl 111 Marlon Lcnnon, six-year-old (ItuiR-hter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Raymond Lcnnon, 33 South Circle, Eon- con Falls, Is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Waterburv Recent Visitor In New York City Women's Activities-Personal and Social JANUARY CLEARANCE! SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STORE 68-70 Church Street ANNOUNCES ITS END OF THE YEAR CLEARANCE SALE WITH OUTSTANDING VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Eastern Star, Four Soloists To Neighbor Heard On Music PMns to attend Neighbors Night in Seymour Feb. 7, were discussed last -night at a regular meeting of Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Mrs. Howard Kamci-zel, worthy matron, conducted the business session. Those attending-' the Seymour meeting arc requested to contact the worthy matron. Following the buslr.osa meeting a social period was hold and refreshments, served, Waterbury Doctor To Address Group Dr. Franklin Warren, Waterbury optometrist, will show colored slides of the Philippine Islands and relate oxporleices during 'ills service with the Navy at a meeting of the Methodist Youth Fellowship HI the church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Four guest soloists appeared be fore the Music department of the Naugntuck Woman's club last night at a mooting held at the home o£ Mrs. Martin T. Lynn on Walnut street. VoeallBts Danlol • Sweeney, Mrs, Helen Farrar. Miss Myrtle Hard' COME IN AND LOOK ABOUND! ! Announcement Of Coming Marriage Mra. Katherijjb Possldcnto of Waterbury, .announces-the coming-mar- ringre- of her daughter," Lucia, to John ZuccarclH, aon of Mr. and Mrs. PasqualeZuccarelll, 512.South Main street, which will take place Saturday morning-, Feb. 1, at 9 o'clock in the Sacred Heart church, Waterbury. Youth Fellowship To Have Speaker At n meeting of the Congregational church Youth Fellowship Sund.iy • evening at 7''o'clock, an illustrated talk will be given by Dr. Harold Davids, local optometrist. The public is invited. ing and .Miss.Ruth. Matson, accord- linist, were heard with Mrs. David H. Craig as accompanist, Tho program, "Songs-.Wo Ix>ve To Sing" was In chargef; of Mrs. Charles I. Fellows. Mr.-Sweeney's selections were, "Somewhere a Voice is Caiiing,".'.."i'il-;Take You Ho7nc Again Kathleen,", .and "Molly aralone." Mrs. Farrar prpsontcd, "I Love You Truly," "Beautiful Dreamer," "Make Believe" and "Always." Miss Harding sang, "Tho Last Rose of Summer, "Trees," and "Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage." Accordian solos by Miss Matson wei-e, "Walking in a Winter Wonderland," "Easter Parade," "M«ct Me in St. Louis," and "It's a Grand Old Flag." Group singing was conducted. A luncheon was served in charge of Mrs. Andrew Watson. Local Couple* Engaged To Wed Announcement Is made of the engagement of Mias Pauline Thcr- Lutheran Council lault, .of ,-Naugatuck, daughter of Mrs.. 'Morton Williams of Water- JUiy, to Joseph C: Triano, son of Mr. nri'a'Mrs. Dominic Triano, 25 Baldwin-street. -No'date has been set for the wedding. Miss 1 Theriault is an employe of ho U.' 3. Rubber Co. Mr, Triano s a veteran of four years with :he Army,; of-'wliich three and a half .were served in the rca.' He also is.employed U. S. Rubber Co. Pacific at the Methodist Group Meets Wednesday The Woman's Society of Chris tian Service of "the Methodisi church will meet Wednesday after noon. Jan. 22 at 2:30. o'clock, in the church, with Mrs. Cornelius Van Vlandren, newly, installed president, in charge. Visits Here . With Mother Win. Coulson Squires of Madison has returned after a brief visit with her mother, Mrs. Alfred E. Huband on Church street. Localites At Shower Mr. and Mrs, Franklin Hotchklss, G4 Carroll street, recently attended a personal shower held in honor of Miss Bqrnice Aspinall of Waterbury, at the home of Miss Betty Megin of Wolcott. Panasuk Pledged To Fraternity Robert B. Panasuk, son of Air. and Mrs. Samuel Pamasuli, 321 Hillside avenue, n student at Colby college, Watcrvillc, Me., baa been pledg-ed to the Zeta Psi fraternity at Colby. He is a graduate of Cheshire academy. St. Paul's Council Schedules Meeting A session of the c'hurch councll of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church will bo hold Thursday evening, Jnn. 23 at'. 8 o'clock tn the church hall, it has been announce by the Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor Admitted To St. Mary's John Koris, two-year-old son Mr. and Mrs, John Koris, 123 street, was admitted to St. Mary's hospital yesterday as a medical patient. of Closer cooperation in activities of mutual interest and concern will bn sought by Lutheran Churches of America when the National Lutheran Council holds Its 39th annual meeting- at Detroit, Mich., January 21 to 24. • As the common agency of eight Lutheran bodies,.with a baptized membership of more than 3,600,000. the Council represents two-thirds of the Lutherans ta the United States and Canada. Participating in the Councii are the United Lutheran Church - In America, Evangelical Lutheran church, American Lutheran church, Aug-ustana Synod, Lutheran Free church, United Evangelical Lutheran ' church, Danish Lutheran church, and Finnish Suomi Synod. An ever-expanding program of, service to America Luthcranism NAUUATUCK, JWW8 (CONK), HlIDAY, JAH. has bqen undertaken by the Council since it, was organized -In 1*18 It Is now active In the field* of social welfare, student work, publicity, research and ' «tatJ«tic* l emergency missions, mission* In temporary housing: projects, service to Military pornonnel, • and postwar relief and roconatruction abroad. At il» four-day session in Detroit, the Council wj.'l consider uev- eral proposal* t< of activity- It* E can Missions, in be Instructed to mcqt for the Chr the Jewish Pcopl al*x>. expected to i plans for a Dep* Missions, to Negr< other minority gn TRY 3VBW8 widen Its area Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kirk, 123 May street, are the parents of a daughter born yesterday in St. Mary's, hospital, Waterbury. "RED TAG" CLEARANCE R U LOOKING FOR BARGAINS? COME IN —. WE'VE-GOT *EM Glassware — Waste Baskets — Bed Lamps Novelties — Pottery J Each Item on Sale Has a "Red Tig" " DON'T WAIT — THEY'RE GOING FAST THE CARD .and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S Mrs, Brennan In Hospital Mrs. Peter Brennan of North Main street, is a surgical patient at St. Mary's 'hospital, Waterbury. Bible Class Postpones Meeting The meeting: of the Fidelity Bible class of- the Methodist church scheduled .for last night was postponed to the February meeting. Playmakers To Meet Wednesday The monthly meeting of tht Piaymakers of St. Michaej's Episcopal church will bo held Wednesday evening-, Jan. 22 at 8 o'clock in ! the parish house. C. B, Hall, president, will conduct the .business session. Friendship Circle To Meet Tuesday A meeting: of Friendship' Circle of the Immanuel Lutheran church wiu be held Tuesday evening- Jan 21 at 7;30 o'clock. Installation Of Church ..Council -Installation of the church councii >f the Immanuel Lutheran church vi!i be held during the Sunday norning- services at 10:30 o'cloclt, it is announced by the Rev.' Harold Lucas, pastor." Church Auxiliary Monthly Meeting The Women's auxiliary, of the Hillside Congreg-ational church will hold, its monthly meeting Thursday evening, Jan. 23 at 8 o'clock in the church parlors, Mrs. Paul Anderson .and Mrs. Theodore Johnson will bo hostesses. Medical Patient In Hospital Nicholas Paulowski of Rubber avonue, is a medical patient at St Mary's hospital, Waterbury. "GOOD FOR THE GOOSE s — as we// as for the gander!" MKN — don't get the idea that the Electric Blanket was invented just to solve the problem of keeping Milady's little tootsies warm! Nothing could be farther from the facts. No sircc, the Electric Blanket is for everybody and it is finding just as enthusiastic an acceptance by men as by women — everywhere! Look at the man in the picture above. See that smile of sleep satisfaction. He retired to a warm bed that was preheated by his Electric Blanket. No cold sheets to cause him to fold up in an uncomfortable position. No pile of heavy blankets to burden him. All through the night, with an open window for fresh air, he will sleep an soothing warmth at just the right temperature — no matter what the weather does! Here is one of the greatest contributions ever made toward winter comfort in the American home. If you know someone who has an Electric Blanket ask him all about it. There a*c numerous dealers handling electric appliances who now sell Electric Blankets. They can give you a complete story of this marvelous new way to better sleep. STRISIK'S 18 Center St. Watortmry, Conn, GLASSWARE M. Barry Keegan CANDID WEDDINGS 108 Bank St. Waterbury Jones Morgan Bldg. Tel. 4-5384 THE CONNECTICU POWER Go. A Business-Managed, Tax-Paying Company Venetian Blinds In Slock. . LEBON'S S70 No. Mnln St. Ti-l. 3-7M1 Wutrrhnry JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY 89 N. MAIN STREET Waterbury Tel. S-t727 REED STROLLERS REGULAR $11.98 SPECIAL $9.98 j;UVKNDLE FURNITURE BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND .STRF.KT, \ • Waterbury'-. "•'• . GIRLS' WASHABLE DRESSES Sizes 1 to 6x and 7 to 14—Regular to $4. 14 GIRLS' COAT, LEGGINGS and HAT SETS Sizes 1 <fc 2 Only—Regular to $24.95 GIRLS' SOCKS and ANKLETS All colors. Sizes 8y 2 to 10%. Regular 39c FURTHER REDUCTIONS—GREATER VALUES 11 GIRLS' SNOW SUITS Poplin, Detached Hood, 6 to 10 only Children's BED SLIPPERS All Sizes ^. . Regular to $1.98 r DR. POSNER'S SHOES FOR GIRLS, BOYS and INFANTS These Famous Nationally Advertised $?! it .. Shoes Now On Sale For The First ; time in 5 years Regular 2.98 to 4.50 Infants Shoes Sizes 2 to 6 Regular 4,08 to 5.98 Shoes & Oxfords SI/.CS G'/2 tO I« Regular 5.98 to 6.98 Oxfords & Loafers For Limited sizes i to s Time Only 15% OFF BOYS' JUNIOR LONGIE SUITS In Tweeds. Sizes 6 to 12. Regular to $15.98 $9 BOYS' OVERCOATS Sizes 6 to 12 Regular to $18.95 Sizes 10 to 18 Regular to $24.98 • BOYS' COAT and LEGGING SETS Sizes 1 to 4 only — Regular $19.98 • BOYS' WASH SUITS Sizes 2 to 6x — Regular to $2.98 • BOYS' LEATHER ZIPPER JACKETS Sizes 6 to 14 — Regular to $11.98, • BUFFALO PLAID WOOL SHIRTS Sizes 12 to 20 — Regular $6.98 $150 $6 Closed '• * All Day Monday 'S 90 South Main St.
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