Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 29, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Wednesday, January 29, 1947
Page 3
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Women's Activities-Personal and Social „ . .m»**.**ffrffrrfrrffr+*ttm*mt To Display Shoe ,jf Chicago Show viiss M. Felice Mooncy of East avvtcrbury rond. Jerome White nd Vincent LaBuc, fill of tho U. » Rubber Co., leave tomorrow for Biibbor ChlcaK 0 ' I "" w '' cl ' c tncy wl " a '" tend the Chlca.iro Bout Show as r( , n iY.tontativM of the footwear giant, ,ni;y will be there for two svceks .„,! will display thc "Spcrry Top Cidci 1 ." ft .-"hoc. which is a-type of ;cnnl« .»hoc. Recently they wore in nf.tond- lincc nt tnL ' Boat Show conducted I n Grand Central Palace in New York city. Returns Home From Hospital tlntia Ercu-ei^ two-ycur-old j»ii?htcr o' Mr. and Mrs. Albert S:c wer of Allorton road, returned home yesterday from St. Mary's hospital. Waterbury, whore *hj rad hccn under treatment Cor n week, Mission Groupf \Micellaneous Makes Plans/ \Shower Guest For Convention Funerals A miscellaneous shower was hold recently in honor o£ MU-3. Thomas i 1-vuuni.iy in nonor 01 j.viu-d. "xnomas Plans for the Hartford district I Galluccl, the former Ruth Latterly. 'Rate Increase Mrs. Winifred Kloly 'The funeral service -for Mr*... Winifred (O'Brien) Kleljr, ,widow \.ripf »••'• mi • of Michael Klcly, who died Mon- H f f AJ»f iirA I AflJ) V day at thc home of her son, Jamoi, l*IlvVU¥C lUUdJT on Jones road, waa held this morii- „ ,irr>V TM ing at 8:15 o'clock from the C. H. Hartford, Jan, 29 -("P>- T «e Green Funeral Home, 62 Oak I ncw ratM on most of . the Western street, convention were discussed at the e quartcrly meeting Monday evening "PS as hostess ' ' , . her aunt, Mrs. Austin Phil- ct' tne Women's Missionary . Among those present were Mrs. -- the Salem Lutheran cmircn Raymond Lafferty, Miss Ethel at the home of Mrs, William K, Phillips, Mrs. Anita Banno, Miss .Krendborg. The convention wjll oej Florence Polakowskl, Miss Adele held in tne borough jn March, Stasonis, Miss Lillian Stasonis, Twenty incmbuio of tno Joca: Rose Herb, Miss Jen Fazalno, for Visitor In Derby Brs. Domenlc Lago or Mlllvlllc, •ran ••! visitor in Derby ynstcrdny. where shn visited her slster-ln-iuw, group were, elected to aat\e on tlio| lM »' 8 ' Pauline Tuttle, Mrs. Lillian dinner committee for tne Oonvon-l Brown, Miss Ann Gallucci, Miss lion at wnicn representatives froinl Concetta Gallucci, Miss Laum Lutheran piiurches tnrougnout ths ^uleo, ull of Naugatuck; Mrs. Marem. ire riaruord divctycl will DO j ffaret Mendillo of Waterbury, pi-escnt, Mrs. Anthony Bachinsky of Bca- Ivir.i. Victor Olson was elected con Falls; Miss Diane Ryan and ~oii;Kate to the Hartford district M '' s - -Patrick Ryan, both of A;i- convuticloti auu Mrs. Adolph Mel- . a °nla. Those sending gifts but un- son delegate to tne .New England able to attend were Mrs. A, J. Gai- uuiivcnuun at .Brockton, Mass., in uccl ot Naugatuck,, Mrs. Joseph Alav. I Lang of Bridgeport, and Mirs. Em- to St. Francis 1 where a requiem Mass was celebrated by the Rev, Albert . Taylor church, I Un l° n telegraph services in Con nectlcut go into effect today. The rates are higher than heretofore' May. iuis.s Vivien Anderson, Mrs. Gliuiyj Carioun, Mrs. Alfred Peterson uncl Mrs. Ellen bmitn were named to tne committee in charge ma of Seymour. MM. Lngo. r? FRED'S Ill-WAV GKI1.LK SOI South Mnln St. Rejiiliir Dully Dinner COc up ,\ La Cnrto Menu Spaghetti To Tnkfl Out Banqurt Koom, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor Mccnno lumiuu [o tne committee In chartel • P® XllB ot the sprlns lestlvol given Intentions by tne Junior Women's Miwion Marria EQ intentions have been •UC.OO-. ptan» lor wn,cn are still in mod in the office of Town Clerk 'he tentative staae. Raymond J. St. John by Paul Mrs. Joel Anderson, Mrs. Victor Tuozzo of Torrington, and Angeline OUon, Miss Delia Anderson, and Robbiati, 38 Carroll street. crated by the Kev, Aloert .Taylor../ «"•»» are IIIKMEI- wian The musical service was in charge I b X eight to 10 percent. of Mrs. Albertine O'Donnell and I The''increases affect day and included the Funeral March, Schu-1 night letters and serial telegrams bert's Ave Marie and Nearer My I and have been approved by the God to Thcc, thc latter two seloc- I Stare Public Utilities commission. tioiiB sung- by Daniel Sweuney. I The commission, following a Bearers were: Lcroy Connolly, JOT I hearing on January 27, finds that soph Purcell, Arthur Henry, Paul Jits order of January 16, suspending Fournier, Edward Loary and Jo-j until further ordLf of the commis- seph Coty. The committal service slon the proposed schedules of in St- James' cemetery was •- ' - charge of Father Taylor. Ojeda Council Makes Plans For Valentine Dance George Kennedy has been named chairman of the Valentine dance to be given by Ojeda Council, Knjghts of Columbus, 'in the council club rooms in the Neary building, Feb. 8. Mr, Kennedy was named chairman and ^he date decided on at a •cgular meeting of the council last night. Plans for thc dance are not yet complete. Mrs. Victoria Pouro Funeral services for Mrs. Vic toria Poura, widow of Anthony who died Sunday at her In I rates, filed by The Western Union Telegraph Company on January 8, should be, and it -hereby is, terminated, It was announced today by Louis Warren, administrative as-' sistant. The Western Union Telegrap! authorized to put into KADOATCCK Steam turbine engines, used to propel large ships, were invented In 3884 by C. A. Parsons of Sweden. Marie Hanson were named to assist JVlr. Victor Kohs with dues collections, 'i wur.iy-uight members were pros cnt at me meet ing at whicn Mrs. Dismissed From Hospital Mrs'. Elmer Schmitz of Moore home, 130 North Main street, were i - - held this morning- at 8:30 o'clock £orce - effective toflay, the proposed from the Buckmiller Funeral schedules of rates filed by thc Home, 22 Park place, to St. Mary's I company .on January-8. A finding church, where a solemn high Mass upon the reasonableness of the in- of requiem was celebrated at 91 creases of rates contained in said o'clock. The Rev. George ViJciaue-1 schedules will toe issued hereafter, kas was celebrant, the Rev. John [ according to Mr. Warren. Wana-t, deacon, and ' the Rev. Vin- MURDER-SUICIDE What police describe as a murder Auolph Nolsou presided The next Mra EImCr Schmlt * <* Moore ^'tnuania included: Mrs. Margaret mec'intr will bo npfri ir th« h«» avcnue - returned to her home to- Baker, Mrs. Catherine Pralaikus, ' mec of street. 'intr will bo npri ir th« h«» avcnue - returned to her home to- aer, rs. atherine Pralaikus, Mrf Gadv r'iri,t , o , day fl ' om thc Waterbury hospital, Mrs. Mildred Poscavaga, Mrs. Anna Aiis. Wad> 3 Canson of Quinn W herc she had been a patient for Glinckas, Mrs, Mary Burk, Mrs- I two weeks. Margaret Stasonis. Thr> Almv sn. cent Flynn of St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury, sub-deacon. The mu- ,, rl , . ,. ,, ,. sical service was in charge of Mrs. What police describe as a murder Albertine O'Donnell and included and 3Uici ?° has tahen P )acc in thc Funeral March, Pie Jesu and St * m 5° rd :, Lend Kindly LiRht. Prayers at the Authorities say that 46-year-old grave in St. James' cemetery were Donat ° Dc Maio killed his 37- read by Father Vilclauskaa. Dele- year-old wife Mary—and then turn- ?ntion from the Daughters of I ccl tn& S un on himself. Lithuania included: Mrs. Margaret •**•*« LADIES' FLANNEL NIGHTGOWNS Reg. Size — $2.39 X-Size — $2 69 fallv'a UEPT - Cliajr « STOBB U SPRING SIKEET REMINGTON and SCIUCK ELECTRIC SHAVERS SCHICK SHAVER8KTS G. IP. Table Model Radio* . Portable Electric Record Piaycrc G. E. Electric Hantlo Clock* Electric Ironn HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHCRCH STREET •.«•«»« «***f >*< M. Barry Keegan GLAMOUH POBTBAITB 10S BMik St. . Wfttorbnry Jonen Morfkn Bid*. XM. 4-CM4 *»•••••»»»•»»••••»»••»•*••*•»• CLOSING OUT! Children's ROCKING CHAIRS JUVENILE FURNITURE BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND STREET Waterbury Just Received \ Shipment Of Modern Radiators Enough for 10 Seven Room Houses Firse Come - First Served The Waterbury Heating Co. Leodeni in Home Hcutlnj? M-38 Spring St. phone 4-6*78 Waterbury Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired Chimney* Cleaned FROZEN DOLGH AND PIE CRUST AVAILABLE DAILY CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. M»plo Street Telephone 8678 Now Here! PHJLCO ZENITH R, C. A. CROSLEY BENDIX Radio- Phonograph Combination* Union City Store Open Friday Nljht UnUl 8 O'Clock Our Diamonds •f« f»rifi,J for lot»r, Otlffki, joar of li <tjo WILLIAM SCHPERO ISO CIIL'ROI ST. , Conn. U. S. Rubber Co. Engineer Engaged' Announcement is made of the cngagemcMt of Shirley Marie- Wilson, daughter of Mir. and Mrs, *'Kink A. Wilson, Bridgeport, to C. Kuymond Ekwall, son of Mr. and Mrj. .Carl Ekwail, Bridgeport, and chemicul entfineer at thc U. S. Rubber Co, Miss Wilson was graduated from Central High school, Bridgeport anil Yale university. Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert iTrny, 323 South Main street, announce tho birth or a daughter at the Waterbury hospital recently. Marine Women Meet Friday A meeting of the Ladles' auxiliary, Naugatuck Valley Di The Altar society was represented by Mrs. Francis Scully, Krs. John Kissane, Mre. Edward Reilly, Mrs.'Marcella Schultz, Mrs. Michael Wood, Mrs. Raymond Donnelly, Mrs. Andrew VanDelft, Mrs, Ernest Anderson, Mrs- Charles Odd Fellows hall. Mrs session. Frank , ho AUSTRALIANS SMOKE UP Canberra, Australia—(UP)—The average Australian smoked 3,3 pounds of tobacco and paid 3 pounds, 15 shillings, 2 pence (about $18.28) for it in- 1945-10, Radio Australia reports. Smokers used about 38,500,000 pounds of Imported to- boicco leaf and 4,500,000 pounds of Australian tobacco. £kep- - Daughter Born To Former Resident Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walker, Waterbury, are the parents of a ckuighter, Jean Anne-, born Jan, 2-1 at St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Walker is tho former Eleanore. Daly of the borough. Less than COO.OOO natives of Ireland can speak the Irish lanc-ur. English is thc dominant lonp-uo. COLD PrMicrlb ad by thou«and« of Doctoral FBITUSsrn la scientifically prepnre* to not at once — not only to relieve inch coughing but also to loosen tickling phlegm and make it easier to raise, Saff and mighty effective for both old and young. Pleasant tastingl DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 JIOTCHKISS STREET Tel. 5737 \ ,J. L. MA/ILAUSKAS, Prop. SALb'S — SEBVICE HIM •tXnodL HER AS SEEN IN Mademoiselle AS SEEN IN VOGUE " You might hido your hands under a bushal, if liicy'ro not at thoir lovoliost ... But it's easier, and more fun, to uso Elizaboth Arden's wonderful preparations for riand-to-elbow beauty. Hand Lotion ... for a strolto of softness aflor ovory soaping. Camollia Hand Cream, rich with mollionf oils, for (ho smooth fool of o flow»r'» pefol Magic (wins ... 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