Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 30, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 30, 1947
Page 3
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THECHINA INN I" *'""" 1 """ mop I" •*"«"• thc „.;,„ IWlly II >•• "'• I" '« ". m Hnniln.v" 1'- noon '" '" "• "»• {ilwMil nil <ln" Monclmm DOUGH AND PIK AVAILABLE DAILY CITY BAKERY B. F. STOPPANI, Prop. Street Telephone Sen „./« HI-WAY GRILLE 501 South Main St. Regular Dully Dinner BOc up A L» Carte Menu Spaghetti To Tako Out , Banquet Room, Cocktnll Lounga ; Full Liquor License * Methodists At Conference Ton members ot the Women's Society of Christian Service ot the Methodist church, attended the nlxth annual meeting of the Women's. Society of itho New York E.'ist Conference yesterday In the First Mcthodlut church, Stamford, Those attendlnp; were: Mrs, Cor, nellu., VnnVlanclron. Mrs. William |Umlaiif. Mrs. Raymond Paul, Mrs, Nellie Lawton, Mrs. Francis Zet- tlcmoyer. Mrs. Elmer Wood, Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Mrs. William Titley. Mrs. Prank Valentine and Mrs Martha Andrews. Guest speaker was Mrs. Harper Personal of the United who To Try NEWS W»n* A«J«.— They Hring Retnlta. RUST CRAFT Sicllcy, president Council of Church Women* used as ner topic, "Women Work For a Christian World." Medical Patient At St. Mary's John Sullivnn, 252 North Main street ,is a medical patient at St Mary a hospital. Waterbury. •+r*ff*+*ff f *m SPECIAL VALENTINES For Sweetheart - Wife Husband - Relatives Thousands of Valentines HunioroiiH or -Sentimental BAG of VALENTINES 29c — 59c — 79c Come in Today While Selection Is Complete \ \ — The Card and Gift Shop — ! SWEENEY'S ^ivSTORE | 213 CHURCH STREET . NAUGATUCK Eleanor Monroe Installed Head' Of Rebekans More than 200 witnessed Installation ceremonies of Columbian Rcbeltah lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. F., last "night in Odd Fellows' hall, conducted by Mrs. Ada Williams of Seymour, district deputy president and her staff. Officers installed were: Mrs. Eleanor Monroe, noble grand; Mrs, Geraldine Traver, vice-grand; Mrs. Marion Jennings, 'chaplain; Mrs. Mai-ic Ashford, acting past noble grand; Mrs. Kate Jones, warden; Mrs. Laura Peterson, conductor; Mrs. Myrtle Hotchkisa, inside guardian; Mrs. Sarah Dry, outside guardian; Mrs. Lillian Johnson, right supporter to the noble grand; Mrs. Grace Painter, left supporter to thc noble grand. Mrs. Rosalie Traver, right supporter to the vice grand; Mrs- Elsie KrampetH, left supporter to the vice grand; Harold Newman, degree master; Mrs. Clara Dibble, chairman of ways and means committee; Mrs. Lorella Newman, chairman of entertainment; Mrs. Garaldine Travel', sick vlsi ; ting; Mrs. Tonia R. Anderson, publicity. Guests were present from New Haven, Bridgeport, Seymour, Ansonia, Bristol and Waterbury. Following thc business session a social period was held and refreshments served under the .direction of Mrs. Emma Vagt. Admitted; To Hospital Yesterday •Mrs. Edward Gargonla, 19 Woodland street.. was admitted to St, Mary's hospital, Waterburv, yesterday as a medical patient. Reported As Improving Mrs. T. P. Brndshaw. 11 South View street, who Is a surgical pa- 1 ticnt at St. Mary's hospital. Waterbury, is reported as improving. BOTANY500 MAMD CLOTHES TAILORED BY DAROFF . . . will toon be within reach of all the men who have been waiting for the supply to catch op with the demand. NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. \Legion Women Entertain 80 At Bridge Party Twenty tablcB wore In play ye: t c r d a y afternoon at a dosscrl bridge sponsored by the Ladles auxiliary, American Legion post No. 17, in the Memorial Home, 2 Cedar street. Mrs. Norris Follet was general chairman of the com rhittee in charge of arrangements Prizes were presented high scoters at «ach table, and door prizes were awarded 'the following:- Mrs Timothy Cronin, given by Ereeri's Sport Shop; Mrs. 'Carl Salmorison gift of Mrs. Margaret Maxwell; Mrs. John Desmond, by Miss Mildred Holland; Mrs. A, B. McDonald, donated by the Culver Florist store. Among those in attendance were: Mrs. Raymond • Ericson, Mrs. Edward Ericson, Mm. John Desmond, Mrs. Marshall Bontempo, Mrs. Oscar Wirth, Mrs- Martin J. Garrlck, Jr., Mrs. Edmund J. Garrlck, Mrs. Thomas Norton, Mrs. Arthur Andrew, Mrs. Chester Garvin, Mrs. George Carroll, Mrs, James Moore. Mrs. Arthur Almquitst, Mrs 'Hugh McSherry, Mrs. Milton Lent, Mrs. Cronin, Mrs. F. S. Conover, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. A. J, Chesky, Mrs. R. H. Smith, Mrs Victor Anderson, Mrs. Omar Gibbs, Mrs. Jamas Thurston, Mrs. John Vanasse. Mrs. George Neal, Mrs. Henry Baxter, Mrs. Dolly Baxter, Mrs. George Scngstacken, Mrs. Louis Johnson, Mrs. C. Arthur Fager, Mrs. Leon Smith, Mrs. Salmonson, Mrs. Bertha Rudder, Mrs. Francis Clark, Mrs Leon Whitcley, Mrs. Henry C. Erk. Mrs. Fred Melbourne, Mrs. R. F. Kcnney, Mrs. W. G. Scott, Mrs- George Barwick, Mrs, George B. Lewis, Mrs. Harold W. Stinson, Mrs. R. J. Lyons, Mrs. G. L, Wigglesworth, Mrs. John O'Keoife, Mrs. John Thureton, Miss Ruby Freeman, Mrs. Norman Smith. Mrs. Martin Lynn, Mrs. John E. Kelly, Mrs. W. Glenn Klrby, Mrs. E. O. Hess, Mrs. Fred Abele, Mrs. Chester Bosworth, Mrs. F.L.How- ard, Mrs. Daniel Oemcke, Mrs. Charles Daly, Mrs. Frank Dolan, Mrs. Clarence Upright, Mrs. Henry Daly, Mrs. Shirley Fuller. Mrs. John Kazanjian, Mrs. Her- St. Paul's To Show Motion' Picture Sunday A motion picture, "The Book for •the World of Tomorrow," produced by the American Bible society, will be sh'own at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church. Sunday evening, Feb. 2 at 7:30 o'clock, it was an- noun'ced today by the Rev, O. H. Bertram, pastor. The' picture represents a. new departure in the making of motion pictures -with a distinctly religious message. All residents are invited to attend. There will be a bri«£ worship service accompanying: the presentation. the interesting sequences are the first printing from movable metal type in Europe by Gutenberg; how a, translation into a. foreign tongue is actually made; and the story of the Vulgate translation by St. Jerome, still an outstanding work of scholarship. Many ne portions of the picture and some of the musical background were contributed by Warrior Brothers, Metro-Goldwyra-May- or and the Radio Corporation of America with the consent 'of thc American Federation of Musicians. The Gutenberg press nscd in thc picture is an exact replica of thc original in Mainz, Germany, and loaned by the Cuneo Press of Chicago. bert Cockroft, Mrs. John Dunn, £'"" *„'" •"£* Mrs. Ambrose Daly, M,,. Lawrence ; ^"^f^, Fourteen At Demonstration •Fourteen members of the newly organized Pond Hill Farm Bureau met yesterday afternoon in the Pond Hill Community club building, with Mrs. Mahlon Scars, president, in charge of the session. Clothes closets and accessories were explained and demonstrated by Mrs. Alvin Wooster and Mrs. Charles Price, At the next meeting, Feb. .26, drees forms will be made. It is expected the meeting will be an all-day session opening in thc morning at 10:30 o'clock, and that Miss Frances Whitcomb will be Woman's Club Prepares For Guest Night* Guest night will be observed by the Naugatuck Woman's club Monday evening in the Congregational parish house at 8 o'clock. Speaker will be Walter L. Nathan, PH.D. Members and their friends anc! families are invited to attend. The musical program will be in charge of Mrs. Harold E.'Chittenden,, chairman or the Music department; refreshments by Mrs. Clarence Baldwin, chairman of thc American Home department, anil decorations by Mrs. Chester BOB- wort'h, chairman of the Garden department. Mr. Nathan was born and educated in Germany, came to America in 1937 with his family and has taught at Western Maryland college, the Johns Hopkins university, and Boston university. ' In February, 1944, he volunteered for service overseas with thc OWI and was attached to thc Psychological Waffare division, Twelfth Army Group. Actlye'in England, France, Luxembourg and Germany, he was awarded the European Theater of Operations ribbon with four battle stars and a citation from Brigadier General Robert A. McClurc for mcritoriou 3 service. He is an extensive traveler. Beebe St. Man Studying Law Harold Sutor, son of. Mr. and Mi's. Fred Sutor of Beebe street, is taking a three year law course through the American extension School of Law, at Chicago, 111. Dunn, Mrs. James Lutzc, Mrs. George Scholssnr, Mrs. Howard Poet., Mrs. Robert Ford, Mrs. Harold H. Lewis,' Mi's- Max Leonhardt, Mrs. John J. Casper, Mrs, Michael Morris. Pond Hill Club Card Party Friday A card party will be hold tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock under the sponsorship of the Pond Hill Community cluto. Prizes will be awarded ar.d refreshments served. Mrs. RubyConroy and Mrs Jean Miller were named to attend a dross school in Waterbury at a date to be announced in March. They will later hold a demonstration before the local group. Following yesterday's -.session, refreshments were served. .THE LAST WEEK OF, OUR 37th ANNUAL JANUARY SALE NOW IN PROGRESS FINE FURS REDUCED 25% Committee To Meet Wednesday The ways and moans committee of thc Pond Hill Community clu'j Infant PatlCHt will meet Wednesday, Feb. " Red Men Hold Installation Officers of Natatuc tribe, I. O. R. M., were installed at a joint installation with Nonnawauk tribe of Waterbury. Deputy!.Sachem Edward Jenzcll'-of Naugatuck was installing officer of the Nonnawauk otlicers. Attends Dental Hygienists' Meet Miss Elizabeth Brennan, 329 High street, a member of thc Waterburj Dental Hygienists' association, at tended the executive board meeUnj of the Connecticut State Denta Hygienists' association this weel in thc New Hnven Chamber o Commerce building. Only one-eighth the height of an iceberg projects above thc water. at the home of Mrs. Fremont Hoadlev, No Meeting Of Marine Women There will be no meeting of thc Ladies' auxiliary, Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League, tomorrow evening as originally announced. The next meeting of thc auxiliary is scheduled for Feb. 7, In Hospital Guild Bakery Sale Tomorrow A bakery sale will be conducted tomorrow morning and afternoon from 11 'to 3 o'clock by St. Michael'.? Guild in the parish house. Mrs- John Simmons will be in charge. Putting too many clothes in a washing machine reduces efficiency and prevents wa'lcr from circulating freely. I'ARTS untl SKRVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CARS B & M Motors, Inc. Natigatuck'N Hudson Agency General Repairing 8<>-82 SOUTH MAIN S*. Tel. 6441 Shl-i-lpy "Martin, six- weeks - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin, 77 South Main street, is ft patif.nt at St. Mary's hospital, Wa- terburv. Surgical Patient At St. Mary's . Gcortiana Patro, 78 Johnson street, is a sui-pical patient at St. Mary's 'hospital, Waterbury. HUNDREDS OF VALUES! January Clearance SALE at BENSON'S KIDDIE SHOP 130 SOUTH MAIN ST. Walcrbury •*+**+***» ALL SALES FINAL MEN'S and WOMEN'S SHOE SKATES (Including White Shoo Skuten for Womon) Boys' Hockey Skates ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE 80 SOOTH MAIN ST. Naufcntuck, Conn. TEL. 6162 FOR RENT Our New CLARK FLOOR WAXING MACHINE NEABY BCtLDINQ 6213 .- Complete Lino of CARMOTE PAINTS for interior and exterior uses NATIONAL PRESSURE COOKEHS o—Union City Hardware 384 N. M.UN ST. Union City M. Ratklewlcli, Frop. • W. J. Stoke§, Mgr. * DODGE; Hotchlriss St. Garage 47 HOTCHKISS STREET Tel. 5737 J, L. MAZILAUSKAS, Prop. SALES — SEIIVICE Heolher-fresh grooming requisites that go to his heart . . . get him aheadl SINGLY. J! - HANDSOME GIFT SETS, S2 TO J7 SPORT SHOP NEARY BUILDING >'juiEM(il(;k, Conn. Bill's Danbury Hatter f>7 SOUTH MAIN ST. Wm. Mariano, Prop. Men's Hats Clouncd, Blocked Factory Methods >"EW HATS FOB SAtE Huts Mndc to Order Just Received A Shipment Of Modern Radiators Enough for 10 Seven Room Houses Pirse Come - First Served The Waterbury Heating Co. Loaders in Home Hunting 34-30 Spring St. Phono 4-6478 Waterbury Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired . . . Chimneys Cleaned r SPACE FOR MORE VETERANS TO GAIN A PINE EDUCATION UNDER THE — G.I.BILL — APPROVED COURSES IN 0: Accounting 9 Bii«ine.<<s Adiuinlstrulioi) « T.v|>ii>K ^ Bookkeeping: ' 9 Office Machines c Sliorthand 0 Fflinc M Famous Short Courses _ FREE LIFETIMiE EMPLOYMENT SERyiCE NEW CLASSES FEBRUARY 3 POST JUNIOR COLLEGE of COMMERCE 24 CENTRAL AVENUE — Waterbury NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THUMDAY^ JAX. M, IMT-rAOE 9 Hospital Patient In Waterbury Mr.s. Harry O'Dormell. 116 Highland U.VCTIUC, is a surjjical patient :it thc Walerbury hospiL-U. >.... Visiting Here With Cousin J Mrs. Delia Daly While or New-' crlt, N. J., is spendin™ a few days' will] her cousin, Mrs. John Kane of| North Main street, while she- visits her brother, the Rev. Pctor Daly, who is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Wnterbury. 8KCRKTARIM, iDevclninncnl In Gr*ffir HhorMmnd to 16O wtun, »w Orviip liriln* Jan. 27. 1»*T. KvrnlniK *t 8 p. M. THE PERRY SCHOOL -nl'VICtAI. CRIOili IBrn«n III**. M. 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Blues WM» You W.,k NEMOW Prompt, effective RELIEF from functional "PERIODIC" PAIN IOX OF TAIIETS —COTTON— I.oz J2c 4 o* «c 16 ox $1.3$ —BANDAGE— 1 Inch x 10 yards lOe 2 Inch x 10 yardt ISc —GAUZE— 5 yerds 8lc FIRST AID NEEDS —ADHESIVE TAPE— 5 y»rd* x \Vi" ISc 5 ydi. x I" 25c $ ydt. x I" SOe —'BAND AID— Adh«(iv* Band*g« • 36" Astoritd Me 12 Hej. Sit* lOc •Tride Mark Rrit. C.S, Put. Ofllcr

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