Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 3, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, February 3, 1947
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Conversion Oil Burners On Market For Any Size Home Fnlrbnnku. Momo & Co., Chicago, linvc Rrnat plans under \vny tor thi» development n'nd snlrs of thcli' hontini,' uqulpmont. ticeordinff to R. H., Jr., vlco prc.sldnnt nnd K^nci'dl suiles muntiKi'i' .of the company. Alrcudy thn cotnpnny's bl« Throe Rivera, Mich., blunt Is In full production of n now linw of So pound hopper type and bin feed HtoUe.ra, liuvlnjr ninny oiitMtnnilinj,' feature*, many of which uro exclusive, New Oil Unit Added to l,liu> In order to servo the public Cut thftf with IL choir.o of Rqulpmrn for home hnatlnK purpo«os, thi company is now announclnj,' " lin< of conversion oil burners in> witl ris paelttiKe units for 10-17. Them rnnjfo In si/i- 'from one to silver XiillonN pt'r hour and oruiblo the company to fiirnifih uutornatlc ol hffjit for any alxc home. F. .1. Kloumpor.M, Stoker Division mnnnxftr, looks with grout optimism on the future of the heat- IDK equipment industry. Stilrl Mr. Kleumpers, "The day of old-fashioned hnncl-t'irlnK is past. The mocl- frn homir owner and home builder demands f:om.rprt and convenience together with economy. He can hiive all ailvn.n'tuf,'f.s with low installation cojtt riKht now," Much-Traveled Yeast Makes Good Bread Frultclal,., S. D. (UP)—"Lucy yen<<t" (H a neighborhood Isivorlia. It wns jitaKed by Mrs. T. C. Kelliim in 1011. During tlif next two yen I-M it went to Iowa, Mi.ssouri nnd Since then it haw travi'led' uround the m-ighliorhoficl. "Nothing like travel for yoaHt," .sh« .viiy.s. And Urn neighbors IIKI'KI: .";iyin|L; it tnakcs MUperior bread. Now At Strand Gene Tli-rney, who heads an. ull- Hlur cnst 111 "The Ku/or's Edge." now at I.oew's-Strand In Water* liury. Congregationalists Name C. E. Brust As Moderator Charles E. Brust was elected VFW Auxiliary Benefit Card! Party Thursday 1 A benefit card party and "Country Store" conducted Thursday evening. Feb. 6, under the ausplcos. of the Ladies' .auxiliary, Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, In the. post rooms on Rubber avenue. Proceeds -will be contributed to the V. F. W. National Foundation. All types of card games will 0 available, with prizes to be awarded' high scorers at each table, A door prize also will be presented. . 'Merchandise donated b'y .NaUR'a- tuek merchants will bc sold a't the "Country Store" booth, ' Miss • Jane Bontempo is chairman of the event, and will be assisted by Mrs. Maude Lewis, .Mrs. Anna Leonhurdt, Mrs. Hazel Bickford, Mrs. Mafeel Burke, Mrs. Katharine Rndcliffe, Miss Jean Pistnr- ;e!li and Mrs. Rose Bontompo. of the Congregational an adjourned annual Farm silos originated in central Europe and wirre In-troducol into ttn: United SUitu.M about .1875. 1)11,1) UOONKY, Mrs. Mnricart't (lli-:irns) of 2 W I n s I o w court, Nuu- KUtuck. in Wuterbury Fob 2, JW7: Funeral Tuusduy mornln;; at 8;SO o'clock from Buckmlllur Funeral Home, 22 Park p'.uco to St. FrancU' church uc 9 o'clock. Burial in St. Jomes 1 cemetery. FYiondM mny cull nt thn funuvul honiu Monday ut'tornoon and uv.- ninj,' from - to JO o'clock. moderator hurch «t nci.-tin;r held Friday cvenlnff in ho parish house. Other officers elected included: 'ohn W. I-fnyes, clerk; John N. ''i-ri'ls. treasurer; ' Onuir B. Gibbs. tre.'isurc-r; Andrew \Va-ton, financial secretary; Glonr- F. iiiidiioi'; JSiirl M. Barrum, fn.rr.ld E. Chittundon, Harold G. <n/unji!in, dnncuns; Mrs. W. Glenn Cirby, Mrs. Donald O. MucVicar, (k'ncciric.-isf-K; I,i.-wis A. Dibble. John K. OiKkuy, trust.acs; Dr, J. Nelson .Judy, prudential committee; t,. Harris l':noki\ bunint'HS eommlt- lei 1 ; Fred S. Conover, nominating c:o:nniiLteo. Ruborls wore read by the various officers and oi-Ranixations, which indicated u hijfhly succe.iM- ful voar. The church voted to join with other local churches in forming ii Xfiu>:ntuck Council of Churches. Representatives v.-ern named ! to at- ten'l ;m ni - )ianixii.tionril mentln};. The 19-17 budget was presented by the business committou and Local Couple Wed Thursday/ In Baltimore! . 'Miss Anne- Thomas, daughter of Mrs. Alexandra', Thomas, 57 f ron- pect' street, and Elmor Cardinal son of. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Cardinal, 73 Locust street, were .married Thursday afternoon, Jan. 30 In St. Patrick's church, Baltimore, •Md,, by the Rev, 'Nicholas W. Dohoney. • The bride .wore a powder blue-ana fuohsin, dress, black..hat, black accessories and a corsage of red roses . Miss Marie Thomas, ne; cousin and only attendant, wore a ligiht trreen dress, fuchsia nut, black accessories and a cprsajr« of red roses. 'Stephen THomaa,.a. cousin of bheb ride, served as best maii. Followinfl the ceremony, a recep-. tlon was held at the -hom« of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. ana Mrs. Leonard Thomas In Baltimore, After a short weddsus- trip thaj couple will reside on Beacon Icy road, . ' r onor l Woman's Club' Guest Night Guest nifrht will bo observed by the Naugatuck Woman's club tonight at 8 o'clock in the Congregational church parish house, with Mrs. Georjre W. Carroll, president, i merit of their daughter, Mary, -to Samuel Harper, .Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Harper, 20 • Beebe Local Resident Engaged To Wed . Mr, and Mrs. Charles Migarii of Ansonia, announce the. engage- Guest On 8th Birthday A birthday party In honor of; the eighth .birth annlvcr'stn-y of- Rosemary. Tatlglart; was held recently at the -home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tatigian, 5 Walnut terrace. The guest of honor received many gifts. Games were played and refreshments served. A program was presented by the.guests aa follows : ' Sweet Heart of Jesus Be My Love, group; Dance, Dutch clop, Jane Beardsley and Jayne Quint; Our Christmas Prayer, Betty Leary and Marilyn Best; Little Duckic Duddle, Doris Vest and Barbara Fisherman; Dance, Bonnie Fitzgerald; Helping Mother, Isabel Fernandes; Give Me Five Minutes More, song, Mary Monuhan; Alone W.tth Jesus, Janet Breault and Barbara Errico; song, Tura- Jura-Lura,- Joan Ardry; Dance, Sally Murray and Barbara Guela- ds; Hula dance .Shirley Gyurik; The, Snowman, group; God Bless America, Jayne Quint and Rosemary Tatigian. I'.vrrv SIIKI.LS TO OIUH:K FOIt PAHTV NKKDS CITY BAKERY B. I'. STOI'PANI. 1'rop. M»pl(> Street Telephone S078 Our DiamonJa mr» fmrlfivJ for * 0 1»r, if tight, qita/ity,,, o( ionm Till-: THOUGHT COUNTS Exfitilsior. Minn. (UP)—Mrs. Clara Peck, Kxc"lsinr. Minn., has given her hii;:ti.'ind (Me same Christmas card uvei-y year for the last 25 years. Nautical Queen LiJ» quality jrou» WILLIAM SCHPERO 1HU CUUKCII ST. Nnugntuvk, Conn. JUST LJKE in charge of the event. Dr. Walter Nathan, faculty mem- er of Branford Junior college, will be principal spcikcr, discussing the opie, "Russia in the New World Order." Mombors .'ind their gu"G.sts are,Iu- vitocl to attend the session, ulsu will include a musical program under the direction of Mrs. Hurold Chittcnde'n. Refreshments will be Kerved by ?. committee l.n charge of Mrs, Clarencft Baldwin, and Mrs, tcr Bos worth will have charge of decorations. street. No date has bu»n set for the wedding. Miss Mlgani attended Ansonia schools and IB employed in that ci'ty. Mr . Harpej-, who attended Naugatuck High scliool, is a vet- crart of three years with the Army, with one aTid a half years in the European theater of operations. He is at present employed at the U. S. Rubber Co. Leave For Miami And West Indies Mr. and Mrs. Paul E, Buckmil ler of Park avenue, left yesterday for a vacation In Miami, Fla., ant Jamaica, West Indies. Vacationing In Florida Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Nichols of Field street, arc vacationing in Florida. Library Group Meets Tomorrow A meeting of the Millvllle Library association will be held tomorrow evening ' at S o'clock at ihe hmne of Mrs. Emil Krampetz. Mrs. Albert Brewer, president, will be in chtirgo of 'thu session. All officers are requested to attend, ar.d residents of Millville are inv.ted. Upholstery Cleaned .... and revived with consideration for their life and textures *'. Dur.i-clenninK restore*! rCMU- lence to wool fibers * Pile un- rriat.i and rinesi * Colors revive ' Furnl«hin|,'M tire Duru-cloancd In your home " No inconvenience in hnvlriK them done. .. . DURACLEANING Is rocoiTimcnclocl nationally by America 1 :* leading 1 furniture tfc clcpt. stores. Phone Waterbury 4-1781 "Const to Coast Sorvlce" DURACLEAN SERVICE CO. 39 Mbrrl.v St. Wnti-rhiiry SHAPELY fllm star Rita Hayworth, posed prettily before a ship's wheel, has been wlected to reign as "Queen of th« National Boat Show" In Chicago. The exhibition Is being held at Navy Pier. (International) World Will Now Beat Path To His Door Chicago (UP)—Henry Hillebrnnd has invented .1 mousetrap for dainty poitsons. It is a small paper carton with plastic substance that serves n bait When the mouse is trnbpe< only its tail is visible, and th dainty person may pick up carlo and throw the whole thing away. Kennedy Circle Card Party Tuesday A public card party will be held tomorrow evening following a meeting of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabelal.'in the Knights of Columbus rooms in the Neary building at S o'clock. Mrs. Grace Pettit is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. Prizes of aprons will tje awarded high scorers at each table. Door prizes also will be presented. Mrs. Hotchkiss ' Birthday Guest . A birthday party in honor of Mrs. Raymond Hotchkiss was held yesterday at the Hotchkiss residence on Oak street,, with guests present from Roxbury and Naugatuck. A dinner was served followed by the playing of games and group singing. The guest of honor received many gifts. Rebekahs To Elect New Vice Grand Election of a vice grand for Columbian Rebekah lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. F., will be held Wednesday evening, Feb. 0, at a special meeting scheduled for 8 o'clock. , Mrs. Geraldine Traver. installed vice grand last week, has resigned due to ill health. The meeting will be conducted by. Mrs. Eleanor Monroe, newly installed noble grand. There are 2-1 municipalities nam cd Washington in the U, S. Nature Paints The Scene ANOTHER SHIPMENT AMERICAN MADE GUARANTEED ALARM CLOCKS $2-20 Inc. Tax CCHNEER'C aiarcREDiT JEWJIERSW 162 South Moln St. — 4.2204 Ollies Radiator Shop JH PIIOSPECT ST. TEL, 5541 Union City Auto Radiator* Repaired, Clounoil and Ko-Corod Work Ciillfil For nnd I>«llvero<l AM, WOKK GUAIiANTEED Olllo I,e Due, Prop. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Electric Appliance Co. 12U Baldwin St. Wilt. — Tel. -M24S PATTERN No. B2237 A striking woodlands scene, catch- ins Q H t nc richness and glorious color of nature. Simple stitches are easy to embroider, but the results ai'p breath-taking. Pattern envelope No. R2237 contains hot-iron transfer, color chart, stitch illustrations and, full directions. Our new 60-page multicolored "Book of Needle Arts" containing five free patterns, and many other suggestions for dressing up your home and yourself, is a homemak- cr's treasure. Send your request for this book to the address listed below, enclosing twenty cents (20c) in coin to cover the cost and mailing charges. j To obtain this pattern, send 15 ] cents in COINS, giving: your name, ' address ar.d zone number 'to Peggy Roberts, • Naugatuck Daily News, P, O. Box 100, Station G, New York (Released by The Beil Syndicate, Inc.) 19, N. Y. ' . Guild To Mend Choir Robes Choir robes will be mended tonight at a meeting of St. Michael's Guild in the parish house at 7:45 o'clock. A brief business meeting: be held. Members are requested to furnish their kits. own sewing TO KIDGEFIETVn Publisher Henry R. Luce and his celebrated wife Clare are going to move to Ridjrefield soon. The couple last summer purchased a house there. Last year they sold their Greenwich home and had be<>?] living in the Newtown home of Grace Moore —who was killed in a plane crash last Sunday. RETIRES Colonel George R. Sturffes of VVoodbury has retired from the Connecticut State Department of Education. • ... Stmvjeti has henn with the department for £9 Entertaining Classmate Miss Justine Brophy, daughter of Warden and Mrs. Leo J. Brophy of Hillcrest avenue, and a student at the College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, N. Y., is entertaining a classmate, Miss Patricia Pond of Norwalk, during midterm recess. Miscellaneous' Shower Honors Nora Bressler A miscellaneous shower was jfiv-' c.n recently in honor of Nora Breig- ler by her sister, Mrs. BJvero AUao and her mother. Mrs. John O'Connor. Guests were present from Naupatuck, Watertown, Walqrbury and Seymour. ' Among t'hose attending were: Mrs. Carl Herb, Miss Theresa McDermott, Mrs. Corinne Lawley.Mias Alblna DiPetro, Mrs. Lucy Caj*no, Mr.3. Viola Mariano, Mrs. Florence Barre, Mrs. A. J. Corrlveau, Mian Jennie Teao, Mine Florence Nie- winaki, Lillian Cleary, Helen Gagnon, Mrs. Bessie Schwartz, Mrs. John Ryan, Kornadette ThlffauH, M.'.-i?. Kate Reilly.' Mr.-i. Theresa Colassanto, MIJS. Pauline Mariano, Lorraine Barre, I Miss Wai lie Karp, Mrs. Donat Barre, Mrs. J«»hn Fraser, Mrs. Mary Lndjjc, Mrs. Agnes Madore, Mrs. Janet Schlch, Mrs, Teresa Donahue, Mary Brnndien, Miss Catherine Sweeney, Mrs. Dorothy Nisseii, Mrs. Elizabeth Klanooh, Mrs. Frank CosteJlo. Nora Burke, Julia Burke, Mrs. Alice Barre, Mrs. Cohlck, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Alice NAPGATPCK XEWS (COXy.), MONDAY, FEB. !», IMf—PAOK S Library Revises System Of Fines On Overdue Books A. change in the library's policy In regard to lines nnd rental tecs lor overdue books was authorized by the Eosrd of Trustees ot the Howard Whlttemore Memorial Library at their recent meeting. The ,, .. . .,, change will become effective on bc sald - anct did - Young Man Pays For Own Birth Madison, S. D, (UP)—The younc man paid for his own birth. A 28-year-old man stopped at the community howpital here anu .inquired for Dr. J. R. Westaby. He told the doctor that he had attended his birth, but had never been paid for the services. He had come to make it right. February 15. After that date a cbarprc will he made for each calendar day that a book is overdue, rather than for each day that the library la open. The librarian, Miss Jessie F. Dc- Shonfi-, who made the announcement, explained that at present the penalties arc too low to be effective In securing: Die prompt return of books, and that a stronger incentive is necessary for some borrowers if the new and popular books are to be made available to all within a reasonable time. Tho change will apply to books borrowed from ^oth the adult and children's libraries. A minor change in the Children's Library hours, also effective on February 15, was decided upon at th« meeting of the trustees. After that date the Children's Library will close at 5 p. m. 'daily, from Monday through Friday. The Saturday sc5:edule, from 9 to 12 a. m. Aiarma jiiexanacr, mrs, .aiice ... - . • Cuba, Mr». Ann*, Mrs wi " "snam-unchanged Clemic Zembruski, Julia Santa- luccl, Mrs. Jake Mariano, Mijs Margaret O'Connor, Mi's. Betty Jankowskl, Mrs. Kay Slason, Mm. Ann JShikowski, Laura Delagc. Nola Delage, Mrs. Frank Niewinski, Mrs. Helen Carroll. Miss Mary Lawley, Miss Clara DiMaria, Mrs. Theresa Mangini, Mrs. Al- Delage, Mrs. Michael Scan- on, Miss Elen Scanlon, Mra, Margaret' Scanlon, Mi-s. Rocci Mariano, '..ena Earbieri, Mrs. Rae Seech, Mrs. Ann Hroclt, Miss Ethel Sla- John Mambrino. Mrs. Mae Kraus, Tessie Masi, Martha Smith. Marie Wood, Madge Mariano, Irene Smythe, Shirley Madore, Genevieve Ekberg, Janice Thomas, Mrs. Jean Becker, Miss Doris Delage, Ida Schwarts, Mrs. Howard Schwartx, Mrs, Petei- Lakis, Mrs. Eva M. Saffran, the guest of honor and 'hostesses. A'.jstralian ballot system of secret voting had its origin in Australia in 18CG. It was first adopted in the United States by Maes- achustftts about J888. RED TAG SALE Bargains in GLASSWARE POTTERY TRAYS NOVELTIES Better Come in Today The Card and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S ART and STAT1ONKRV STORE Announce Engagement • Mr. and Mrs. A. William Birch of Pond Hill road, announce the engagement of their daughter, Doris Mildred, to Donald Philip Hickey, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Philip Hickey of Waterbury. An autumn wedding is planned. Spent Weekend In Rhode .Jsland. Gardner and Howard Wood, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner F. Wood of Summit road, have returned from Pawtucket, R. I., where they spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Georget Wood, former Naugatuck residents. Fashion Film To Be Shown A motion picture fashion show will highlight a meeting of the U. S. Rubber Co. Oirls' club tonight in the clubrooms in the Central office on Maple street. The film will be shown by Jones. Morgan Co. of Waterbury. 1 Supper will be served at Hall's ; restaurant at 5:30 o'clock, followed j by a meeting in the clubrooms at 6:30 o'clock.- -The "'firm, "Faniasy in Color 1 ' will ibe shown at 7:30 o'clock. It gives you double protection for baby's health! Scout Leaders Meet Tonig-ht A meeting of Girl Scout leaders will be held tonight at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. Walter Miller, 4S Aetna street. Resumes Studies In Vermont Miss Patricia O'Donnell. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Donnell,' Maple terrace, has resumed ier studies at Green Mountain Junor College, Poultney, Vt., after a vacation at the home of her parents. BUSINESS TRAINING FOR VETERANS New Classen fell. 3rd JUNIOR COLLEGE 24..-Central Ave. Waterbury Phone 4-8772 DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 IIOTCHKISS STREET Tel. 5727 J. t. MAZJXAUSKAS, Prop. SALES — SERVICE Weather In which you can't hung out clothes you've just [washed doesn't bother us. All clothes sent here are done In- Idoors in n mude-to-order. atmosphere that assures, odorlcssly [cleitn laundry. And, of course, {delivery 1.4 dependable in rain ine, sleet or snow. AMERICAN LPUNDRYCD. PUONE:4-4I06-60COTTA6E PL THE CHINA INN 11 HarrlHon AVf, At I>iivnnu 4 nrth - H'j»t*?rbury SiH'rlnlizini: In Chlnt-Hc nnd Ainrrlrun DlKlivH Stop In After the Theater Opi'ti Dully 11 u. m. In 10 p. in, SumlayH 13 noon tn 10 p. m> Clofwtl till day 3fonduyH , Bill's Danbury Hatter 57 SOUTH MAIN ST. Win. Mariano, Prop. Men's Huts Cleaned, Blocked ] Factory Methods j NEW HATS FOB SALE 1 Hats Made to Order j tjjsjirfsntfrfrttirrrffrrrr'fi'trt' SKCKliTARIAL RKI'OBTING ni'Vi'lnpmrnl In f,rfgg Sliorllmiid (n 100 wpm.' New Group bfirfnM ,Iun: 27, 1U47. Kwnlnicii at (1 P. M. THE PERRY SCHOOL "OFFICIAL OBKOO SiCllOOI," Brown Bide, WaterVm RUG CLEANING and DYEING Also Specializing In Dyeing Ex-Servicemen's Uniform* THOMAS DYE WORKS 64 PEARL ST. ,. 8-7190 Wnterbury FRED'S HI-WAY GRILLE 501 South Main St. Regular Dally Dinner SOc up. A La Carte Menu Spaghetti To Take Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor License M. Barry Keegan FAMILY PORTRAITS 108 Bank St. Walcrbury ,Jon$s Morgan Bldgr. Tel. 4-3384 VERPLEX SHADES COG to $9.05 STRISII'S t». Center St. Watartury. Conn RE-WEAVING 'Tears;' acid and clgarct burns beautifully repaired. 'EMBRUSKI LI t AN EH TAIttOf ' ', f UOftlER, REMINGTON and SCII1CK ELECTRIC SHAVERS SCMICK SHAVERSETS G. K. Table Mode) Radio* Portable Electric Record Players G. E. Electric Muntle Clocks Electric Irons HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH STREET MAMRS MOCUMD UNDIR NATIONAL LABORATORY CONTROL I Yet! Diapers Checked by Chemists, Bacteriologists, to make sure they are !lOO% Safe! 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