Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 23, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 23, 1947
Page 3
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1 Old Age Tax Bills To Be Mailed Next Month Deadline for payment of the flvo mill property tax by roTldentst o hc Inside district \» Friday afl ' on jitn. 31, in 0 o"clock, it ha been announced by Tax Collocto pitrlck F, McKcon. A large num her 0' residents paid thfl tax In ;,i]y whon the 21 and 1-4 mill tax wn .i clue, ho said. f«l!ln;r to pay the -tax by j a n. 31 wl " bf! slll) Jcct to -an Inter sl pcniilty. T'IO tax collector'* of•Ico will bo open every night riexr ^ek from 7 to 9 o'clock, and dm: !; p noon hours. OKI Ago Asjiiitnncc bills arc be: n g prepared by employes of. tiic borough, and wll! bn milled early next month. Personal Playmakersi Have Unusual Program More than 50 members and guests of : thc Playmakers of 3t. Michael's Episcopal church attended tht monthly meeting of the group last night in the parish house. During the busines uesslon con- lucted by C. B. Hall, president, a \Swedish League: Fifteen Attend Installation Church Father Dunn Kacey Club Guest Speaker The Kftcey club, newly formed dismission (croup of Oji-da Council, KnixhW of Columbus, will hold Its first meeting this evening at 7:30 o'clock In the club rooms in the Neary building. Ke.v. Gcor(,'e Dunn of ?''• Francis will speak on "The Mnss." Our Diamoncii *'• tfifiaj fur tolor, 9 fight, quality.., V you* 4uar«nt«» ol Luiu Vyonf «<iuiui<i« of l«li«£«ctioa WILLIAM SCHPERO 180 CIlt'KClI ST. , Conn. •oport of the treasurer waa road by Gorman Wood. Maurice Davis re- lortcd the. clresslnpr rooms are" be- ng painted, and Jack Conway, dir of the drama group, an- ounced a niefitin^ of the group vill be held Feb. 3, A novelty entertainment followed the business meeting called the "Playmakora Supper Club." Mr. Wood was master of ceremonies, assisted by Edward Shimer and Mr. Davis. Those attending wore their funniest hat or onr; of their own crea- '.ion. Humorou.H poems, commercials and other radio comedy was Included in the show. Pri/e for the* funnit'.st hut xvus awarded Mj's, John J. Car:'. Several other prizes were presented. Refreshments were served by 'the committee In charge of the program, Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Mr. ;ind Mrs. Shinier uml Mr. and Mrs. Davis. VFW Auxiliary Meeting Tonight . A regular meeting of thn Ladles' auxiliary. Crusader post, Veterans of Fon>igvi Wai's, will be held thin ovoninp; at 8 o'clock in the post rooms on- Rubber avenue. Installation of oHieers--of the Waterbury-Naugatuck Swedish Junior League was held Tuesday evening in the Waterbury Business and Professional Women's clubrooms, Waterbury, Officers Installed are: Mrs. Arthur Ncrling, president; Mias ELsa PalmquJsu, - vice-president; Mrs. George Williams, secretary; Mlas Edith Grahn, treasurer; Mrs. John' Rigney, financial secretary. Committee chairmen appointed are; Mrs,- Eric Gustafson, - publicity; Miss Gladys Johnson, scrap book; Miss Marth'a Anderson, flower fund; Mrs. Walter Clausen, Miss Natalie Morgan,' hostesses; Mrs. Norling-; chairman, Mrs. Arthur Olson, Mrs. Dewey Austin, Miss Edith Garlstrom, Mrs. Ruymnod j Palmer, Mrs. Kenneth Rappe, Mrs.; Howard Sterner, Mrs. Harry Ross, program. Mrs. J/imes Hunstone, chairman, Mrs. Maitfolm Palmer, Miss Olga Benson, Miss Llnnea Gyllen'ham- mer, Mrs. Donald Hilliard, Mrs. Join Campbell, charity. Plar.s were discussed for a card party to be 'held Feb. 18 In Davenport 'hall, Waterbury. A program .on missionary; jwork was presented last, night by'Mrs. Francis Zettlemoyer a ; t, a meeting of the Women's- Society • of -Christian Service at. the. Methodist church. The meeting attended .by .15 members was conducted by Mrs. Cheater Boeworth, secretary, In the ab- isence of the president and vice- president. "• ' The ' hospitality committee included Mrs. Zettlemoyer Mrs. Donald Umlauf and Mrs. William Umlaut,-' " ' ••'.• ' • •• TRAIN FOK BUSINESS I>.\V (IK KVKNINIi—NKW CLASSIC .1.1 N. a:i AM) FKB. ,'{ JlfNlOH COLLEGE 14 Cent nil AVI-. Wutnrlitiry Phone -1-H772 WELL I'LL 3E DOG-GONE Don't b« a dunce, learn the inn: economy und oC our modern laundry service ... Hero your laundry is Kivrn (;:«ictin;i cnro--returned to you fresh, bt'untifully done . . . and our charges arc moderate. AMERICAN LQUNORYCO. MEN! These are real bargains /A LOAFERS and SHOES Sale $495 Sale $595 TAKE A LOOK!! — SELF-SERVICE — S-. FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. Attends Farewell, . Party Recently Mi-s. Crien Corey, 92 Cherry street, attended a farewell party held recently by members of the Syrian Ladies Pence society, in honor of Mrs. Julia Wakeeni or Wuterbury. Congregational Youth Group Dance Tomorrow The Youth Fellowship ofthf! Con- STegritionul church is sponsoring; a dunce tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in t'hep arish house. Novelty dances are planned and refreshments will be served. Jennie Melijan Engaged To Wed Announcement is made ot the engagement and coming marriage of Miss Jennie H. Melijah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antonl Meli- jan, 72 Prospect street, to Walter S. Polonis, son of Mrs. Delia Polonis, 31 Union Street... The wedding is scheduled for Saturday,-Feb. 15. Mies Molijan is a graduate of Naugatuck High school and ia employed at Bob's Ice Cream Parlar, Mr. Polonis served for three years in the U. S. Marine Corps, and is un employe of the U. S. Rubber Co. Surgical Patient At St. Mary's Peter Para\vich, 3-1 Melbourne court, IB a surgical patient at St. Mary's hospital, Watorbury, Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and' Mrs. John Dillon of 80 Cherry street, announce the birth of a daughter, Jan. 20 in St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Mrs. Dillon is the former Hilda Stahl. Visits In New Hampshire Stie'n, 202 Millville avenue, in Nashua, N. Jack was a recent visitor H. Daughter Bom To Local Couple Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stelmack, 68 Anderson street, Union City, are the parents of a-daughtcr born last night in St. Mary'B hospital, Wa- terburv. Local Man To Wed In Waterbury Miss Ann Tedesco, claufc'h'ter of Rosario Tedosco of Waterbury, and Edward Pieksza. son of Mr. and Mrs. Constanty Pieksza of Naugatuck will be married Feb. 15 in Waterbury. A demonstration on clothes closets, storage space and. closet accessories will be given by Mrs. Alvin Wooster and Mrs. Charles Price, Jr., Monday evening, Jan- 27, at a meeting of St. Michael's Guild in the parish house at 7:45 o'clock. A model closet also will be displayed. The public is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. Junior Club To Install Monday Evening Installation -of officers of the Junior Woman's club will bo held Monday evening, Jan. 27 at,8-o'clock In the American Legion Home, 21 Cedar street. Miss Ivy Needharo of Waterbury, state chairman of Junior clubs will be. the installing officer. ' Guests will Include Mrs. Thomas E. Thibeau, first vice-president of the. state fedemtion,. and . Mrs. C, W. Gowrje, -third. vJce-pKesident, A committee" of 'past'presidents of the local general/club *yi!l- attend and Include:'Mrs. "W.: Glenn Klrby, Mrs, Donald MeCollum, Mrs.' Frederick Zonlno, Mrs. W. J. Noble; Mrs. Robert Anderson, -Mrs. Cllr lord Teeple und bho, present, president, Mrs. George Carroll. • Ofllcern to be installed are; Helen Mai, president; P.hyllls Morris, vice-president; Jane Gnrrick, secretary; Eleanor Book, treasurer; -Arietta Durr, registrar. All women between the ages ot 18 and 35 are invited .to attend the open meeting 1 and to .join the membership. Refreshments will . be served by the pasl'preslaents committee and the executive board of the general club. .. Francis Clark' Guest Speaker Francis Clark, was guest speaker last night at a meeting' of the-Prospect Street school Parent-Teacher asBC-ciatian held In the kindergarten room of the school. His subject was, "Vocational Guidance." At the next meeting- schuduled for Feb. 2G, Dr, Harold Davids, local optometrist, will speak on the topic, "Seeing Eye." Following: the meeting: a social period was held and refreshments served- Entertain At Novelty Tea A mother, and baby tea was held yesterday afternoon at the Roden- jttch residence, 56 Terrace avenue, with Mrs. Charlea P. Rodcnbach, Mrs. Ellis Grell and Mri. .Nell rlughes as hostesses. Twenty-six children from Infancy to five years of age were in attendance with their mother*. 'Games were played followed by he serving- of refreshments to the children. Mothers were guests at ea served at an attractively decor- ted table. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.),*: THTOaDAT.,JAM.US, IfW—PAGE'S WATERBDRV II ISo. Main St. v 45 W. Main St. NAUGATUCK 156 Church, St. 218. Main St. Wyoming has almost 30 millkji icres of unreserved land. HOW IT WorksWhik ChfldStops To Eat* Distrait of Cotdt During the Night '/A PENETRATES Into upper bron> chliil tubes with spaciil soothing medicinal vapori. STIMULATES chest end bick surfaces like » wirm- ing, Comforting poultice. A s soon as you rub VapoRub oh throat, chest and back at bedtime it starts to work instantly to ease miseries of colds. It invites sleep and works for hours during the night to relieve distress. Often by morning most misery of the cold is gone. Only VapoRub gives this special penetrating-* f|/»|/C stimulating \/IWf\9 action.Tryit! W VAPORUB M. Barry Keegan Family Portraits 108 Bank St. Jones Morgan Bldg. Waterbury Tel. 4-5384 The Pond Hill Farm Bureau will meet Wednesday, Jan- 29, In the Pond Hill Community club building with Mrs. Mahlon Sea'/ in chnr/rc of the session, A de.7ion- Htration will be presented by Mrs. Alvin Woostcr and Mrs. Charles Price on closets and accessories. FOB SATURDAY Filled Coffee Cakes Cream Pies Hard Crispy Rolls CITY BAKERY B. F. STOFPANI, Prop, Maple Street Telephone 3OT8 VALENTINES FOR EVERYONE "Special" Kinds for Sweethearts- Relatives — Friends and Children "BAG OF VALENTINES" THE CHILDREN'S "SPECIAL" CONTAINS Ic - 3c - 5c VALENTINES Envelopes With Each One The Easy Way — Saves Time . 21 For 37 For 51 For At ROSENBLATT'S PRICES TUMBLE TO A NEW LOW! • TO CLEAR OUR STORE OF WINTER MERCHANDISE • TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE • TO BRING TO NAUGATUCK QUALITY MERCHANDISE . WE ARE STAGING A MAMMOTH CLEARANCE SALE Drastic Reductions In All Departments Famous Brand SHEETS 81" x 99" Reg. $3.98 Quality SALE - $2,95 Limited Quantity "Snow Ball" KNITTING WORSTED 4 Ounce Hanks SALE TABLE OILCLOTH Beautiful New Patterns SALE - yd. 79c BETER START BUYING NOW RUST CRAFT — HALLMARK ^ The Cards You Like to Send and Receive The CARD and GIFT SHOP Sweeney's 213 Church Street ART and STATIONERY Naugatuck PIECE GOODS Crepes - Glazed Chintz - Seer- suckers — Cushion Dot and Plain Marquisettes - Shirtings Poplins - Tickings SALE - 59 ~yd. MEN'S COATS Overcoats — Topcoats — Reversibles Men's Flannel PAJAMAS SALE - $2.95 Men's Sanforized WORK SHIRTS Blue Chambray Full Cut SALE - $1.37 Men's Fine Quality LEATHER JACKETS Reg. $21.50 Feather BED PILLOWS SALE - $1.58 WOMEN'S COATS Reduced 25% to 30% Reg. to $39.95 SALE $15.00 and $20.00 WOMEN'S: SKIRTS Colorful Wool Plaids and Solid Colors SALE - $3.00 See Our SPECIAL TABLES Closeouts at 50c $1.00 $2.00 Values to $6.95 BOYS' MACKINAWS Ml Wool Plaids Flannel Lined Zipper Hoods Reg. to SJ2.95 SALE — SNOW SUITS Reduced 25% to 50% BUY THEM NOW FOR THIS NEXT SEASON! RECEIVING BLANKETS 30" X 40" SALE — ONE LOT BEDROOM SLIPPEKS Broken Sizes — ONE LOT SHOES SALE SHOP AND SAVE AT Rosenblatt's Two Great Floors of Values 85 MAPLE ST. TEL. 3742 THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Bulldlnc Conn. , Deluxe Straight Bourbon Whiskey $4.24 J. K. STORES CUT BATE, LIQUORS, WINES, BEERS Free ;Dellvery Anywhere In Borough 390 No. Muln St. Tel. 4979 ' I MEN'S and WOMEN'S SHOE SKATES (Including White Shoe Skutcs for Women) Boys' Hockey Skates ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Nauffttuck, conn. ' '" CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY IN NEW QUARTERS AT- 28 CHURCH STREET Tel. 2219 — RADIOS — i — PHONOGRAPHS — Radio - Phono Combination* RADIO REPAIR SERVICE STRETCH YOUR DOLLARS ALL THE WAY... BUY THE /^^etdW TODAY ! THROAT AND COLDS 7 «Z. CUE BOTTLX NEMOW Prompt, .Ifotiv. REUCF fnm l»ncH«Ml "MWODIC" MIN •OX OF TABlirs49c LIQUID QtNTIFklCI MURINE BOc Size 49< BAYER ASPIRIN WAKEFUL' TONIGHT? if I raggtd Out Tomorrow 25c Si»— 2 1 C >**5 I.OOSizt— 03* M11E5 NERVINE REGULAR S1.7S HARRIET H. AVER 1 flfl NJCHT CREAM I •UU (Plus Tax) SHAMPOO

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