Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 24, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 24, 1947
Page 6
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Personal—Social—Fraternal Legion Women Plan Dessert Bridge Jan.29 Valley Players Party Tomorrow A <lc3icrt-brklge Wednesday afternoon, Jr.n. 2U under the jponsorshlp of the Ladles' auxiliary, N'augatuck American Legion post, Is'o. !7 In t^.c Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street. A party and dtxiice tor the cast of "Arsenic and Old Lace," present- will be hold i Ml by tho Vallcv Players :n Deccm- bf-r, will be held tomorrow evening at the MU'.vlllc Library ;it 7:30 o'clock, Miss Joan Dillon is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Jfimcs Nies and Hyaoll Brooks. Those dcsirin.7 transportation 1.1 r c requested to contact the chairman. Dessert will be served and curd playlsg may .itart anytime uftui 1 1:30 o'clock. Those planning to (it- tend are requested to make reservation* on or before Tuesday, and those making up t:iblcst arc asked MLllville Library ta furnish their own cards. Door prizes will be awarded as will n prl/e for high score at each table, Committee in charge of arrange Not Open Today Tho Mlllville Library, scheduled lo be open this afternoon from 3:30 meats Includes: Mrs. Norrls M. Follett, general chairman; Mrs. James Thur.ston, reservations; Mrs. Victor Anderson, refreshments; Mrs. Marshall Bontempo, prizes; Mrs. John Simmons, Ms. Charted Duly, Mrs. V. S. Conover, Mrs. Raymond JJrlcson, Mrs, John • Desmond, Mrs. Thomas Brodcr, Mrs. Frank O'Don- m.-il, Mrs Margaret Maxwell. •to '1:30 o'clock for the purpose or exchanging or obtaining books, will not open, due to illness in the family of Mrs, Albert Brewer, president of the library association. The library is expected to be open next Friday Afternoon, WEISS* Ben Franklin Store 132 CHURCH STRKKT White Xnainrlofi MTKEI, CABINETS 12x18x54 Inche* — SI 1.0.5 12xlH.YC.<> Inches — $!,•;.!>;> R&P METAL WORKS l» SO. MA IN .STJIKKT <K«!;«r) Expert Welding of All T>|ii>.s Forging, Sheet Motiil mid Orimmmitnl SI eel Work Sheet and Bur Metul for Telephone UH77 Annual Meeting Of St. Michael's The annual parish dinner of St. Michael's Episcopal church will be held Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in the pariah house, followed by the annual business meeting at 8 o'clock. An entertainment program will be presented at 0 o'clock. Surgical Patient f'At St. Mary's Miti. Helen Denver, 35 North Hoadley street, is u surgical pa- tlunt fit St. Mary's hospital. Waterbury. St. Paul's Bible Class To Meet The fiible class of St. Paul's Eviin- ' grlical Lutheran church will be ' conducted Wednesday evening, Jan. ' 20 ul R o'clock in the parsonage on ! Grove street. ; February Bride Shower Guest A miscellaneous shower was held recently in honor ot Doris C'.adclinK -of Walcrbury, whoso marriage to Bernard C. ArfJry of J^iUKnUirk, will be an event o! Feb. 1. AmonK those attending were: Mrs, V/iliiam Woods, Mrs. Emily Hulsart, Airs. K.iymond Munson, .Mrs. Franc's Shanahan. Mrs, Fred Vnik'Ue. Mrs. Raymond Booth, Mrs, II::rry Eriiilcm, Mrs. Lero£ Miller. Mri. Stanley Strcvcr, Mina JrJclna Strcvi-r, Mrs. Finton Cuddy, .".ties Florence Frappior.-'Miss Ruth Grubiir, Miss Jane Norton, Mis= Margaret Stack, Mrs. John Cuddy, Mr.;. Eugene Cuddy and Mrs. uj:one Ford. Mrs. John Cuddy, Sr., Mrs. J..tines Gow, Mrs. David Dug-Ran, Mrs. Ralph Ruggles. Mrs. Norman Hanson, Mrs. Ed'r.a Gladding, Mrs. Edward Ardry, Mrs. Fred Ardry, Mrs*. Ralph Drdry; Mr*. Hoi-ton Sar- uoivt. Mrs, Marion Whipple, Mrs. J. Stothart, Mrs. Francis Coughlin and Mrs. John Adduci. Bakery Sale Next Friday A bakery sale will be sponsored by St. Michael's Guild Friday. Jan. 3.1 from 11 o'clock in the morning to 2 o'clock in '.he afternoon. The alt; will be held in the parish house. Easily Made 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 29c 79c Hillside Women Name Committee For Concert Appointment of a committee to ill-range for the Second District auxiliary annual spring concert to be held in March, was mudc last night ait the monthly meeting of the Ladies' .auxiliary of the Hillside Congregational church, und attended •>>• I'O members. The committee includes: Mrs. Malcolm Wilson, Mrs. Yngvc Dahlin, Mrs. Lee Haas, Mrs. Roy Johnson, Mrs. Oscar Swanson, Mrs. Harold Heacock. Tho session was conducted by Mrs. David Rnppe, president, who also lud the devotional service. Mrs. Wilson road a paper in' memory of ;he la'.c Cai'ric Jacobs Bond, and two solos, "Just A'Wearying For i'ou," and End of a Perfect Day," written by the late composer, were rendered by Mrs. Swanson. Mrw. Paul Johnson read two poems and gave a reading on the subject of prayer. An apron social planned by thi? group Lu raise funds was canceled and changed to personal'donations clue to a birthday social scheduled for February. A ways and means committee was ^ppmc-icd composed of Mrs. Paul Peterson, chairman; Mrs. Walter Anderson and Mrs. Carl Erickson. Hostesses for the evening' were Mrs. Theodore Johnson and Mrs. Paul Anderson. The next meeting will be bold Feb. 20. Juniorettes To Play Contract Bridge Instructions in the playing of contract bridge will be given by Mrs- Walter I, Baker Monday evening- at a of the Naugatuck Woman's club Juniurettcs at 7:15 o'clock in the American Legion Homo, 21 Cedar street. A brief business mooting v/ill be conducted by Audrey Kerne:', president. The club mc.iihciVi will piny bridge and oth er games during the evening. DAR Women In New Haven Mrs. W. J. Megin, regent, and Mrs. Shirley W-Fuller, vice-regent, of Sarah Rogers chapter, D. A. R., attended a special meeting this week of the D. A. R. at the New Haven T. W. C. A. Marine Women Accept Invitation BETER START BUYING NOW RUST CRAFT — HALLMARK The Cards You Like to Send and Receive The CARD and GIFT SHOP Sweeney s ART and STATIONERY 213 Church Street WOMEN'S SHOES o» SALE » *4*OO SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. This crisp, fresh looking daytime dress is delifthtfu'.ly easy to make, with just two main pattern pieces. Brief sluevcs are as comfortable as can bo. and there is n soft feminine : bow tie, I Barbara Bell Pattern No. 11532 is designed for sixes 12, 1-1, 16. IS. 20; •10 ?nd •!-. Siy.e I'l requires 4 yards o:' 35 or 39-inch fabric. .For this pattern, send 213 cents. in coins, your name, address, pat•tern number and si/.e wanted to Barbara Bell. Niuifratuck Daily News, P. O. Box HP, Station G, Ncw York ]<>. -N'. Y. ' Rolcu.sed by The Bull Syndicate, Ine.i Members of the Woman's auxiliary, Nauijatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League, have been invited lo attend the installation of officers of the Hat City Detachment at Knights of Columbus Home, Danhury. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Frank Clark, president, and other members intend to attend the ceremonies. New York's first railroad, running 1 from Albany to Schencctady, besan operations in 1831. JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY The answer to ;i maiden's prayer! A softy hut how it can take it! Gives the gently molded silhouette fashion and £Ood taste require but won't hamper your gallivanting a bit. Rayon satin la.stcx front and back panels, with generous leno lasccx sides to hug your curves to a satiny smoothness. Very sharp indeed. Small, mcd. and large. $5.00 and $7.50 XKARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. Charles Civiniskas Expected On Leave Charles Clvlnakas, who .Is. a civilian government worker employc'd no a printer In Germany, will return to this country at the end of January for a 60 day furlough at his home, 36 Fern tsrcot. Upon completion of his leave he will return to Germany /or two years. To Attend Wedding In Bridgeport Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bakamis, 3G Fern street, will attend the wcd- dlnp of Mrs. BukamiH' cousin, Ant h o n y Wllcinsky, tomorrow in Bridgeport, Methodist Class Plans Meeting The John Wesley class of the Methodist church will meet Saturday' evening, Feb. 1, at the home of'Perley H. Brown, 6 Walnut-terrace, at 8 o'clock, Theodore Zcrbc will be In charge of the meeting. Tour Hartford Radio Station Miss Helen Balinsky, Miss Mary Donahue, Miss Martha Johnson and Kdwin C. Miller, all teachers ot the N;uii,-:Uuck public school system, , were in 1-larlforfl yesterday after- ! roon, where they loured the stu- , dios of radio station WTIC. At Women's Club Conference Today Mrs. George W. Carroll, president of the Naugatuck Woman's club, and Mrs- Clifford A. Teeple, vice- president of the New Haven county club, fire attending a conference of the State Federation of Women's clubs today at the Y. W, C. A. in Hartford. Crime On Upswing, Figures Show New York (UP)—The number of crimes committed in this metropolis has beon increasing for several years. "Weekly crime statistics fluctuate," Police Commissioner Arthur Wallender solid, "but the steacij trend is upward." In 1044 the number of crime* cimmittod was 10.4 per cent, more than in 1943. In 19t!5 the Increase was 11.9 per cent over 1944. During the first half of the 1946 there was a rise of 12.8 per cent over the corresponding period in 1945. And in 1946, the increase in New York's crimes is 2 per cent less than the national average. The figures also show that crimes committed by youths arc increasing. Of 6,175 crimes listed in 1945, 30 per cent were committed by persons under 20, Of 285 murders or manslaughters, 24.2 per cent were by youths under 20, and 22 pc.r cent by persons under IB. NAUGATUCK NEWS (COTffK.), FIUPAV. JAN. U, At Portal Hearing Deaf Gj r | D,^ By'Feeling'Music Young People To Visit Seyomur The Young People's Fellowship of the Congregational church will .it- tend a meeting: of Pilgrim Fellowship in Seymour Sunday, Jan. 26. Those planning to attend arc requested to assemble at the bus stop that afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and to provide their own lunch. Couple File Intentions Marriage intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Lucille Karbowicz, 97 School street, and Andrew Russell, 160 Highland avenue. San Francinco (UP)--Deaf »„... early childhood, Gwendolyn Ston 24, has succeeded In be'cominjr "' professional dsncnr by "fcclin * musical vibrationx through *"* hands «nd feel. A.R a child, handicapped by not being able to hear music, she «o On astonished her teachers by danc ing with perfect rhythm on «, pchool stage. After appearing in nu mcroi .. dance routines throughout iT country, including featured nlehi club roles and several movie» ,, well as more than 209 U. S. O cam shows, she is currently engaged »i a local night club. High St. Couple Parents Of Girl Mr. and Mrs. George McCann. -137 High .street, are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Saint Cotthard railway tunnel in the Alps required eight years lo build, It is 9 ]-2 miles long, 26 foci wide, and 21 1-3 feet high. LEGISLATIVE representative of the AFL, Walter J. Mason is shown testifying at a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee in Washington. Mason argued that portal- to-portal pay suits should not be allowed to provide an "excuse" for the "emasculation" of the Fair Labor Standard* Act. (international) PROFIiSSOR NAMED Providc.-se. R. 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