Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 25, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, January 25, 1947
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* On The Air Today 5: in p. m. \,VT1C' fJr-'iiul Miirciui'K vv'N'HC ;•'•"!'«* ''.v Snooky .'»::«! p. 111, \V.\'i;(- Aniorictin World \VOK-Voni Holly u'VVCO — f.. A, Symphonic ,•,:.(-> t>- i". u'VPC-WTIC- -King Cole Trio \VOII-- 1 ':il Morton 'Show U:W> p, III. U-CP.Y- WCP-S— Washington \VATK-"Ni' wa and Sportri ' to I* Stutlons— News <;:!"> p. in. \VBRY-\VCBSi- -Columbia Work sho|) \VNBC- -Xiivy Recruiting \VTIC- -Strictly Sports W.I2- Clii-ttl«on Trio WATT. -Music of the Dny \V'SVCO-S|>ort.s Time \VOE'. -CfllPMt HOUHI! (I:. 1 ?!) |). in. U'TIC- -Muster Singers . W.VBC- Boston Tune Party \VATK--N'fWS: Hits and Bits \\'J7, VV'i>:mi'i'(l Sports WOK- NVw* V.'WCO .lax/. Journal <>:<!.> p. in. wnNY-WCBS- Larry I.esinicr WTfC Forum of tht> Air WN'iC Ftf!i.L.'ious Nows WATH-WJ'/,-- Labor. USA WOK - stl '" Ltinmx 7:m> p- m. WRRY-WCBS AVaitin' WTIf'-WN'BC Foreign VVA'1'U-U'JX T:'-< Your WOT! C'liu'ss \\'ho IVWCO • A.'iiui'icnn Bar 7:15 p. in. WI'.'.'.Y [Vivitl Rose 1 Show U''u.'i SnWon WATII-VVJX -Song Spinning 7:HO p. in. WMIIY-U'C'HW Vaughn Monroi: UTlf'-VV.VI.'C -Curtain Ti/no for Clnyton Policy Business ASN n. WATK-WJ55—Curt Masaey WOK—Word Stories VVWCO-N. K. in Washington 7:45 p. m. WOR—Answer Mun WWCO-F. H. LaGuardla «:»<> i>. in. WBF.Y-WCBS-Star Time WTIC-WNBC—Life of Riley WATR-WJ2—Famous Jui-y Trials WWCO-WOR—20 Questions «:30 p. m. WBRY-WCES—Mayor ot the Town WTIC-VVNBC—Truth or Consequence WATR-WJZ—I Deal in Crime W^VCO-WOR—Scramby-Amby »;00 p. m- WBRY-WCBS—Yotir Hit Parade WTIC-WNBC—Roy Rogers WATR-WJZ—Gang Eustcrs WWCO-WOR—Gold and Silver 9:30 p. m. WTIC-WNBC—Can You Top This WATR-WJZ—Murder & Mr. Malone WWCO-WOR—Leave It to -'the Girls U:45 p. in. VBRY—Journeys in Jazz VCBS—Saturday Serenade 10:00 p. in. WTIC-WNBC—Judy Canova WATR-WJZ—American Melodies WWCO-WOR—Chicago Theater 10:15 p m. WBRY-WCBS—This Is Hollywood 10:30 p. m. WTTC-WNEC—Grand Ole Opry WATR—Hayloft I-Ioedown WJ2—Bob Elson 10:45 p. m. WBRY— Here's to Veterans WCES—Talks WJZ—Hayloft Hocdown 11:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News > 11:13 p. in. WERY-WCBS—Enc Scvcrpid WTIC-WNBC—W. W. Chaplin WOI1-WATR-WJ2—News WWCO--Sports; Rhythm at Random ll::to p. m. WBRY—Towne Orch. WCBS—Columbia Record Shop VVTJC—P.-uil Clement Trio WNIiC—Lomharclo Orch. WATR-WJX—Straoa>r Orch, \VOR"-Wi-!ithor; - D;mce Orch \VWCO--Rhythr.i at Random 12:01) Midnight ALL Stations—-News Personal McDermott Takes Bride In Middlebury John R.- MeDeraiott, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McDcrmott of, North Muin street, this morning at 9 o'clock took as his bride in St. John of the Cross church, Middlebury. Miss Margaret J. Jordan, daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Jordan of Christian road, Middlebury, and the late Bernard Jordan. The Rev. H. ,P, Carrig performed the ceremony as the 'bride was presented in marriage by he." brother, James J. Jordan. Wearing a bcijje sutt, pink flowered hat and corsage of camellias, the bride was attended by Mrs. Raymond Flaherty of Waterbury, as matron of honor. Joseph O'- Bremski of the borough served as best man. The bride's attendant wore a green suit, flowered hat and corsage of gardenias. Following tho ceremony a reception for 80 was held in the post rooms of Crusader post, Vetemns of Foreign Wars, with the bride's mother receiving in a black en- semblo, and the bridegroom's mother in maroon. The caupie plan a wedding trip to New York city, the bride traveling in a brown ensemble with matching accessories. Upon their return they will reside In Nauga-i tuck. The bride is a graduate of Wllby High school, Waterbury, and f.ho bridegroom graduated from I gatucl: High school. Ho is a vet- ernn of five years with the U. S, Army, of which 21 months w:is served in India. Acquaint Club Women With Legislation A legislative meeting 6f the Connecticut State Federation of- Women's clubs wus held yesterday at the Hartford Y. W. C. A., with club presidents and representatives Iroin alf clubs of. the state attending. . Mrs. George W. Carroll, president of the Naugatu'ck Woman's club., and Mrs. Clifford A. Teeple, vice- president of the New Haven county club, attended the session to become better informed on bills to be presented to the General Assembly. Mrs. Winifred S. Passmore of Mansfield, . state federation chairman of legislation, presided and introduced the speakers, who for th afternoon meeting were: Dr. Jame A. Dolce, chief of the division o local health, administration; D Stanley Osborn, state commission Local Resident' Wed Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Wallace P. Travcr of Hill street extension, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Blanche George, to Joseph G. Dcssureau, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Joseph Dessureau of Waterbury, which took place Thursday evening In Waterbury. The attending couple was Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Trayer of Traver of Pines Bridge, Beacon Falls, brother and sister-in-law of the' bride. The bride and her matron of honor were at-Lired in grey suits with black accessories. The bride's corsage was white orchids and her attendant's white gardenias. Following a brief wedding trip the couple will reside in Waterbury, or of health, .and Miss Edna Pur (ell of the S'tate labor department •IIS Nu. Main St. Cnlon City - Opi>n Friday .Night I'ntil X O'C'lock Plant Officials Invited To Attend Foremen's Dance Plant officials of 'the Naugatuck Chemical Co, have been issued invitations to the semi-formal dinner dunce of the Foremen's cllib scheduled for Sa'turilay evening, Feb. 1 at th.; Hotel Elton, Watei-- bury. Among company authorities invited arc John P. Coc, general manager and vice-president;. John E. Cnskpy, assistant general manager; and Donald Mc-Collum. factory manager. Following the serving of dinner club members and their guests wil (lance to the music of Cliff Slatci and his orchestra. To Visit Friends In New York, Boston Ruth Hagopian of Cundei* road, will spor.d the wnc-k with fricnd.s in New York and Boston. In New York For Weekend Everett Armstrong of the Y. M. C, A., is spending the week-end in New York. Hospital Patient Returns Home Mrs. Peter Erennnn, 27-1 North Main street, has returned home j Proving, from St.- Mary's hospkal. • Fourth Avery Talk Monday "Reborn France" will be t!ic subject of the Incture to be deliv ered Mtonday afternoon at 3:4 o'clock in the Congregational par iah house by Miss Eunice Harrie Avery. This will be the fourth lecture in the la-lB-'l? series, sponsored by the Naugatuck Women's 'club and the Parish House association. Mrs. Carl Pepporman is chairman of the committee in ch'arge of tickets, assisted by Mrs. Jesse F Davis, Mrs. Seymour Squires and Miss Emily Sophie Brown. Weekend Guests Couple Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taft and son, Donald, 175 South Main street, arc spending the week-end in Woonsocket and Providence, R. J. Report Hospital Patient Improved Mrs. Elmer Schmit/. of Moore ivunue, who is a patient at the Waterbury hospital, is reported'as im- Double Baby Shower Held A double baby shower was held Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Eldon Rohs and Mrs. Gotlfrid Sie- o.uist, Jr., at the 'home of Mrs. Conrad Rohs on Chestnut street. Each WHS presented a maple high chair. ' Among those attending were: Mrs. Victor Rohs, Mrs. Sevcrina Siequist, Mrs. Justine Olson, Mrs. Helen Valentine, Mcs. Wallace Johnson, Mrs. John VanVlandren. Mrs. Stuart Boyd, Mias Alene Anderson, Miss Audrey Anderson, Miss Louise Valentine, the guests of honor and hostess. James Schaffs ^ Today Observe 30thAnniversary Mr. and Mrs. James Schaff of Sandy avenue, Bristol Terrace, are quietly observing their 30th wedding anniversary today. The couple was married 25, 101.7 in St. Mary's .church. Mrs. Schaff was the former Miss Madeline ZicRler. They resided on street in the Union City section of the borough until 10 years ago, when they moved to Bristol Terrace, They have two children, one son,' Leonard J. Schaff, and a daughter, Mrs. Althea Lewis, and two grandchildren. A family dinner .party will be held tomorrow in t celebration of the event. (COVM.), 8ATCRPAY. JAN. «8. IMT-PAOE'.t 'MISS AMERICA OF '41' TO WED Laurel Ave. Woman Returns To Home Grace Kuzunjian of Laurel nv- enue, has returned from Boston, Mass., where she was a recent vis- tor. Attends Funeral Service For Mother Mrs. Mary Sabin, 62 Hotclikis.s street, has returned " atter attending funeral services for her mother in Trenton, N. J. Young Girl In Hospital Lorraine Lontfo, nine - year.-oid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Longo, 5 Stanley street, is a medical patient at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Visiting- In Sreenwich Mr. and Mrs. Donatus Anderson, 2 May avenue, are visiting their on and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Irs. Arnold Anderson in Greenvich. Recuperating At Home Here Mr.s. George Fail-child is recuperating at her home, 17 Fail-child areel, aflei- being a hospital patient for throe weeks. FILM ACTRESS Rosemary LaPlanche, 22, who was "Miss America" In 1943, and radio producer Harry Koplan, 28, smile as they apply for a marriage license at the Loi Angeles Hall of Record*, f international > Chester Isbell Reported Improving Chester P. Isbell, :!01 Hillsidn av- •-•nu<.>, who wa.s injured in a f.ill .recently, is improving at the Waterbury hospital, where he is a patient. What's Doing In Naugatuck A SOUL-STIRRING GOSPEL BROADCAST OVER 905 STATIONS THROUGHOUT THE WOULD The Lutheran Hour to t6e Tune in America's Radio Evangelist calendar ol events foi today, tomorrow and every day Today Ladies auxiliary, Orusader post, VFW, bingo party. Valley Players party. Ladies' auxiliary, V. F. W. party. Jan. 20 Bowling, Veterans league. Jan, '11 Avery lecture. Social Meeting, Woman'.-? club Juniorettes, Wesleyan Service Guild mentinff. Community Parent-Tonr.her association meeting. Junior Woman's club, installation of officers. Jan. 28 Annual meeting St. Michael's Episcopal church. Naugatuck Teachers League, meeting. .Inn. 29 Columbian Rebekah lodge, installation of officers. St. Michael's Men's club, smoltcr. Desert-bridge, American Legion auxiliary. Jnn, 31 Pond Hill Community club card party. Bakery sale, St. Michael's Guild. Registrars of Voters sit. March of Dimes Benefit Basketball, Marry Morticians' against Post oflice and Purple Knights .- against United States .R-lbbcr.i Dancing after the games to the music of Zembruski's orchestra at the Y. M. C. A. , Naugatuck aerie of Eagles, Presidents Night." Recent Visitor In New York City Christine Bedgar, 17 Moore avenue, has returned from a few days visit in New York city. Spending Weekend In Boston, Mass. .'-'Estelle White, 15 Tolles square, is spending the week-end in Boston, Mass. Church Club Holds Theater Party Twenty members of the Twenty Plus club of the Methodist church attended a theater party held last night at thei Salem Playhouse. Following the entertainment the group had refreshments in the Italian quarter of the borougnT Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dennis were co-chairmen in charge of the event. Plans are underway for a Valentine party to be Held at the church Saturday, Feb. 15. Confined To Home Jy Illness Archie Fiupatrick, 22 Hill street, is confined to his home by illness. Fellowcraft Assn. To Elect Monday Election of ofl'lcers of the Naugatuck • Fellowcraft association will be held Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Masonic -hall, it is announced by Maxwell H. Bloom, •president. AD members are requested to attend. New York Residents At Dinner Party Neil Hughes and Ellis Grel). both of New York city, are week-end guests at the home of their father and mother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. P Rodcnbach, 00 Terrncc av- c-nuc. Two Plan Entrance To U. Of Syracuse C. BushP.ell Kodenbach,. .son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Rodcn- bach. 56 Terrace avenue, and their cousin, Ralph Lee Gezelman, will enter the University of Syracuse Feb. 3. Mr. Gexclman is the son of Lieut. Col, and Mrs. Gezelman, who are now in Germany, where the Army officer is acting commander of the Port of Bremen. Hospital Aid Society To Meet A meeting of St.' Mary's hospital Aid Society will ho held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Nurses Home on South Elm street All Naugatuck members arc invited to attend. Pamphlet Provides Answers To Many Vets Questions Veleran.5' questions relating to OPA 'controls .are answered in pamphlets available to veterans at Ihp Service for Veterans office in the Tuttle school, Church street,, it was announced today by Mrs. l-'ord Wnlfeck, administrator. The- OPA distributed matter consists of a pamphlet concerning rent controls, application forms for .sugar ration books to.replace thos<> lost or for sugar ration stamps for j newly born baby," and " o check li.-it designed to aid the veteran . buying' a. .home. The nid the veteran -buying, a home. The list, consists of 50 facts that show whether; a house i* n. satisfactory! buy or sol'. . . . . ' The word "senate" wae derived from ancient Romans. Literally, it meant "council of old men." Porter St. Restaurant 39 West Porter St. Waterlmry FEATURING Tonight BOOTS MALLORY Well Known Pinnixt-Slngpr Back rom E. T. O. Camp Shows And Special Services ' DANCING No Minimum No Cover Large Group At Pond Hill Party A large number of members and guests of the Pond Hill Community club attended a bingo party held last night by the organization in its clubhouse. Special prizes were awarded Mrs. John Hassenfeldt and Manuel Alberta. The ways and means committee of the club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Edgar Green instead of Wednesday afternoon as previously scheduled. "Past SUNDAY STATION Dr. Walter A. Maier WWCO & WICC — 12:30 WATR — 4 St. Paul's Lutheran Church invites you to attend Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:30. Public Worship at 10:30. ! M. Barry Keegan Family Portraits 108 Bank St. Waterbury j Jones Morgan Bldg. Tel. 4-3384 i Store Owner In New York Leynai-d Berber of the Glonbrook Garden apartments and owner of Leynard'E store, is in New Yorli city on a buying trip. 100 At Young- People's Dance A snowball frolic sponsored by the Young People's Fellowship of the ConSTe£aiiona] church niffht in the parish house was attended by more than 100. mostly higrh school students. Many novelty dances were conducted, with music furnished by Ray Hotchkiss and his .orchestra. Refreshments were served. JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY BlafaileeA 99 N. MAIN STREET Waterbury Tel. St-2727 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store US CHURCH STREET White Enameled STEEL CABINETS 12x18x54 Inches — $11.95 12x18x60 Inches — $15,05 R&P METAL WORKS 99 SO. MAIN STREET (Rear) Expert Welding of Alt Typei Forcing, Slieet Metul and Ornamental Steel Work Sheet und Bar Metal, for Sale Telephone 6377 RUG CLEANING and DYEING Also Specializing In Dyeing Ex-Scrvlcemen's Uniforms THOMAS DYE WORKS 64 PEARL ST. 3-7195 Wuterlxiry RUPTURE TRUSSES ply fitted to your requirement! of Waterbury 206 Bonk St. 5-0013 Waterbury Our Diamond* "•• f»rifi*<l for color, •••loltt, quality... Vyo VALENTINES FOR EVERYONE "Special" Kinds for Sweethearts- Relatives — Friends and Children V your awurutj* of WILLIAM SCHPERO IRO CHURCH ST. Kaugntuclc, Conn. "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 ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. . 124* Baldwin St. Wut. — Tel. 4-4342 If You Want to Buy or Sell REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Farrar Tel. 4233 ^ LARGE METAL WASTE BASKETS — 98c TBEtfZ WALT, PAPER BEADY PASTED BORDERS KEMTONE GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET (Across from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephone 5044 BETER START BUYING NOW RUST CRAFT — HALLMARK The Cards You Like to Send and Receive The CARD and GIFT SHOP NEWLY REMODELED NIGHT CLUB OPENS TODAY PALAZZO'S FOKMEHLY CLOVER CLUB Specializing In Home Cooked Italian Foods DINING ~ DANCING NIGHTLY ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDAY DINNERS SERVED COLLEGE HIGHWAY SOUTHINGTON, CONN. For Reservations — PJione Plainville 706 PARTS and SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CARS B & M Motors, Inc. -Nuugatuclt'ii Hudson Agency General Repairing: 80-83 SOUTH MAIN SI. Tel. 6441 GET A JEEP Pour Wir.l,YS-OVKHI.AVD D«aler LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. 14 Qurrlnon AVTM« Off Kvclifcnie rlftce. Wfttcrbwr •Flume »-«5flI Sweeney's ART and STATIONERY 213 Church Street Store Naugatuck 1947 Marks Our 104th Year of Successful Rubber Footwear Manufacturing With This Record of Achievement Behind Us We Look Forward to Future Security and Prosperity For Our Company, Our Employees and th« Community UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. "Serving; Through Science" Naug-atuck Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn,

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