Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 6, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, February 6, 1947
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frit Scout I Paper Drive jlmipntuek Boy Scout troop No. will mnkn n collection' of xcran Saturday mornlnj; for the of the troop fund. It Car Owners Urged To Renew Motor [('stations Now JJ^n of tl'o troop commtttco. Those wishing to oonti-lbuto pa per to tlio Scout collection arc re fluest'ecf to call Robert Van Delft telephone TOO, no Inter than Frl- cvcnlnp. handllnp. It P<;r9 be tied For convenience In l.i rrtiuod-lccl that pc» In bundles. r RADIO EXPERTS , Since 1925 SWAN'S 15 Church St. — Tel M74 Resident* of i Connecticut com- miinltliis somewhat removed from I cstabllnhed branch office* of the State Department of Motor \t~ Women's Activities-Personal and Social VISIT OUR NKW GIFT SHOP for Weildlnjr Annlvcmnry nnd Shower Gift* , . . Silver, China, Lump*, Viucn, Etc. $1 to 350 William Schpero JBWELEB M Church Street RUG CLEANING nnd DYEING Alao Speclallilnx In Dyeing • Ex-Servicemen'* Uniform* THOMAS DYE WORKS ST. Wnterbury 3-7105 are urged by Commissioner Elmer S. Watson to renew motor vt-hlclc registrations by nmll » e : fore February 15th. All current motor vehicle r«gi«. (rations expire at midnight on Friday February 28th, Motor vehicle* which are used on public ways af- ei- that hour and' date, without thw new 1017 registration insert in the number plate and proper registra- lon certificate showing the validity. will be operated "Illegally" ana drivers will be subject to arrest ana prosecution on that chargo. Renewal applications, advised ----- — "ffo^wiiwiu, UUVJaCLl Commissfoner W«tscn, are attached to the registration certificates The only action required o'f -the car owner is to detath, the 'application, sign the .same, which many rget to do, and so require too department to return same for signature, and then mail with the proper fee by check or money or[ c!cr. It this action Is taken before Saturday, February 10th, the department can handle a substantial mail business, returning renewala promptly. 1047 number plates may be used on February 15th, whether re- ncwnls or new issue. The Watorbury .office of the Department of Motor Vehicles is the nearest, to NaupatucU and all applications from this town sh'ould be mailed to the Department of Motor Vehicles, Waterbury, Connecticut. Rebekahs Name Mrs. Jones As Vice Grand Mrs. Kato Jones waji elected ylc grand- of •Columbian , .Robekah lodg .No, 35, I. O. ,O. " F.'.^-at a rooetlh of the lodge last night In Odd Fe lows hall, succeeding Mrs. Gel aldlne Traver. who resigned due to ill health. !••,'• Thj post of warden-' formerly held by Mrs. Jones, and- that of ' rlg-h supporter to: the vice grand' from which Mrs. . Rosalie Traver has. re signed, will be -filled at the nex meeting by Mrs. Eleanor Monroe noble grand, The new officers will be installed at the Feb. 19 meeting by Mrs Ada Williams; of Seymour, district deputy president. A school of instruction for officers will 1 bo conducted in Seymour Feb. 17, it .was announced at tho meeting. CRIME DOESN'T PAY Holyoke, Mass.—(UP)—When an eip-ht-year-old girl tried to gat a .sort drink Trom n dispensing machine without a nickel, her hand became caught and the fire do pnrtmcnt had to sand a hook and luckier to free her. V THOUSANDS OF THEM Special Ones For SWEETHEARTS — RELATIVES and FRIENDS 5c to $250 BAG OF VALENTINES FOR THE CHILDREN Library Group Plans Auction Plans for a' lunch basket auction to be held' under the sponsorship of the Mlllville Library asso elation March I'l, were discussed at' a meeting of the organization Tuesday evening at the home ol Mrs. Emil Krampetz, A 20-poune turkey also will be awarded during the session. . The group Is planning a dance to be held next week, but arrangements have not 'been completed. Other routine business was_ transacted, Mrs. Albert Bremwer, president, conducted the meeting at which 12 members were in' attendance. Plan VMentrne Dance Sunday ^Heads \Ente$ained'By A Valentine dance , under the uu»- pices of St. Hedwlg's Sodality will be, .held Sunday oypning,. Feb. 9, In St. George's hall, Linden Park, beginning at 8 o'clock. " ' . ' i . - -—>•— —j -V... Music for dancing will .be fur- 6.rtt.ert(il'ned-; last, hlgiti'l at a meet nished by Ray HotchWss and hla '.'"X ' hc , ld ln '.the- Naugaiuck Ai orchestra, It is expected' a large-I. 0 ** "Cgl'ort 1 '/Memorial- JHome, attendance will be "recorded.' '' ' I'/Codar street 1 , and', conducted' MJ The" committee in' charge ,"of ar- I Mi's.' Margaret Maxwell; president, •angements includes: '.He'ifw'lg- Prior to 'the' business' meeting a Irynkiewicz, Lorraine . WlBlnaKI, pot-luck supper'-was served'to more Joglna Zwolinsky, Marion Paszel, I than 100 'members and' guest*; . _ • . •• . • . , • * ... He F°, nd District' dfflcerf'Df th; I American 1 Legion' .auxiliary' wer'o Sierfciiiied-;last ni'ginl at a meet- 'held In' the' Naugatuck Amerl- ''''''-' Flyer'? As«ociatiqj|i til •- Problems of- the private flyer will be dlscuneed at .the,- state-wide luncheon- meeting, next 'Tuesday, 9teb.ll', of Connecticut Chapter, National Aeronautic Association. 12:15 Hart- Principal speaker at the meeting in the Hotel Bond, ord, will be Jtoseph T, Gteutlng, Jr. at the- Personal Aircrafi NAPOATtCK (CONK.), THtJMfcAf. FROZEN- FOOD "ALABM" ";.•'.• s INVENTED ", " Schcnoctatfy, N. Y.~(UP)—Genera! • Electric Co. h*8 developed•• n, boon : for owners of frozen food cabinets. It's ah' alarm thermostat Which (jives a warning of any mechanical failure: in time- .to; avoid costly food losses. CHAPPIE'S AMOCO OASOLINI SERVICE STATION ttt BBIDOK ST. ' TEL. MM M«Mn.rwur moron to* ; '••--• '" Manager Council'. Two More Gifts Contributed: ...,., . — G-ertru.d .\VestpJjia), New' Haven; first vice J>r;es-lder>t;.'Mrs. 'Mokel Casey, Wa. I'**•*••••"" secretary; ' "Mrs. 'Edna •New Haven, 'treasurer ., en, reasurer Mrs. 'Mae foodor,. Naugatuck, his frit''I a n • ' "\Jfta*- ''A n H T^fnll iXr« «._«u.^.... gifts have been' r'e- elved from local merchants, by I.were Sirs. Charles" ifulvillo and he Ladles' auxiliary, Crusader LMrs, Leo, Dumont, both of Water- Veterans of Foreign Wars, 'for'l bury. ' Fellowship Conducts Clothing- Campaign A clothing drive- for European relief is being conducted by the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Residents having donations are requested to telephone James Umlauf, 3930, or Anna Mae Zerbe 3745. The clothing will be collected, or contributions may bo left it the church. he '"Country ' Store" to be held in' cbnjunctio'n" with a benefit card party tonight in'the post rooms on Rubber' avenue, Carlson's Furniture' Co, has contributed an electric toaster, and the Fetor Paul, Inc., five boxes' of Mounds. ' The committee In charge of the' event, from which proceeds will be contributed to the: VFW National Foundation, includes: Miss Jane Bontempo, chairman; Mrs. Maude Lewis, Mrs. Anna Leonhardt, Mrs, Hazel Bickford, Mrs. Mabel Burke, Mrs. ' Katherine ' Radcliffe, Miss Joan Pistarelll, Miss Ann Mikaitis and 'Mrs. Rose Bontempo. Kimmer-Harrison Wedding Planned , 'Marriage Intentions have been filed in the'office of Town Clerk Raymond J, St. John' by George Edward Kimmer, 430 Quinn street, and Elinor Ru-th Harrison, .125 Quinn street. The couple plan to be married Feb. 15 in the Methodist church. • • • .During' session plans \yore. discussed to send a local gir: to Grids' State, A new. member \v accepted, and a report read on a card party held Jan. 29. Arrange.- ments were .made for observance of National Defense'and American- ism'.'Nigrht to be the next meeting.. Mrs/ Ellen Gerber is chairman of the National' Defense committee, and Mrs.. Florence Bon- tempo-'f OP. the'Americanism aommit- t'ee. Mr. 'Gouting" will deal especially with the need for small airfields, irparks and ialr harbors and will reply to objections that communities Jiave made- to landing fields for light planes. Public relations phases of the Airport is»ub will J>c considered by Mr.- Qeutlng-. : Prior to becoming executive head of the Personal Aircraft Council Mr. Geutlng was an officer of the General Aircraft Corp. and he represented that company in the af fairs of the Aircraft Industries-As sociation. He is a 1 founder and former president of the Philadelphia Junioi Chamber of Commerce. fcedkuae -of airfield problems and pending, aviation le'g'l«latibn : 'a large attendance of Connecticut aviation carters' is expected. Sterling Nei- on, chapter.president, will;preside. Reservations may be made through Sidney A. Edwards, secretary, *oom 475, State Office,..' Building, iartford, -.- ASSORTED DESIGNS WITH ENVELOPES 21 For 37 For 51 For,- 29c 59c 79« The Quick and Easy Way to Buy SWEENEY'S 213 CHURCH ST. The Card and Gift Shop —. STORE --- NAUGATUCK Couple File Intentions Marriage intentions havo been filed In the Bureau of Vital Statistics. Watcrbury, by Donald O'Toolc, 42 May street, and Dorothy Kennedy. Waterbury. Leave For Three Weeks In Florida Mr, and Mrs. Ed.ward G.. Anderson, 19 New street, have left for a three week's vacation in Florida. Spending Month . In Miami, Fla. Miss Sophie Zehnder and Mrs. Gottlieb Zehnder, both of Mil! street, and William Baribault of Waterbury, are spending a month's vacation in Miami; Fla. Guild To-Hear Guest Speaker' John G: Mont', treasurer of the Na-ugat'uck Savings'Bank, will 'be guest speaker at a meeting of St. Michael's Guild Monday evening, Feb. 10 in. the parish house. He will 'speak on his experiences in Japan. ; .Prior to the .principal speaker a pot-luck supper will be served at 6 o'clock followed by a brief business session. Guild members may invite guests to hew Mr. Mont's address. cur RRTi WATERBCRY 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. NACOATtTCK 186 Church St. 21 S. Main St. Girl Scouts Postpone Meeting 1 A meeting of Girl Scout troop, No. 31, scheduled for tonight at 7 o'clock in St. Cecelia's hall, has boon postponed, according to an announcement by Miss Helen Su- ;tfr, leader. BUSINESS TBAINING FOB VETERANS Jifcw Classes Feb: 3rd JUNIOR COLLEGE 24 Central Avc. Waterbury Phone 4-8772' SKCUI T.Mll.AI, KKI'OltTIM, Jlprrlnnini it in tirrisf Xhorlhunil In Illli ivimi * vi-nlnicx ut (I I' M THE PERRY SCHOOL "or'i''ici.\i. «.mi-:c;i; NCIIOOI.-- llruivn Hiillcllni; ICuiprbiirr Hill St. Couple Parents Of.Girl ,. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Darmqdy of .Hill street, announce the birth of a daughter, Mary Kathleen, yesterday at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Mrs. Darmody is the former Miss Mary Wall of Waterbury. Goleman Family Resides In Ohio Mrs. Ralph Coleman and children, Arlene and Roger, who have been visiting Mrs. Colcman's mother in Medford, Mass., have left to join Mr. Coleman in Columbus, Ohio, where he is studying at the University of Ohio. The family wa former residents of Naugatucl whore Mr. Coleman was a/chemis at the Naugatuck Chemical. Announce Birth Of First Child Mr, and Mrs, John Jasulavic o Woodbine atrcet. announce th birth of their first child, a son Philip John, at the Waterbury hos pital, Jan, 31. Mrs. Jasulavic ii the former Miss Lillian Baahun skas. Scoutmasters To )iscuss Banquet Clifford.'Teeplp, district commissioner, will preside at a round table discussion of Scoutmasters Monday, (Feb. 11, at 8 p: m., at the firehouse on Maple street, il was announced by Francis Clark, Naugatuck district chairman. Final plans of the Father and Son banquet to be held Feb. 13 at St. Michael's Episcopal church will be dlscusecd. The Scoutmasters met last Monday night at the fire house to discuss plans for the banquet of which' Bruce Fisher is chairman. The world's most popular After-Shove lotion V SPECIAL! 2~Cabinet Size Portraits—Vel-Tbne Beautifully Mounted in Garnet and Grey Folders On!y .„ . Regularly $4.00 PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO Neary Building Naugatuck, Conn. TELEPHONE 2342 FOR APPOINTMENT — Returns From Ashley, Pa. Mrs. James Karabanowski, .71 Golden Hill street, returned Tuesday from Ashley, Pa., where she spent a week at the home of her mother, who was 'seriously ill. Move Saturday To New Home Mr. and Mrs. Norman Benson, 194 Maple street, move Saturday to their new home on New Haven road. ' Completes. Term At Junior College Audrey Patterson has completed her (studies' fo::'thc term, at Lasel! Junior coegc, Auburndale, Ma: and is spending a two month's recess at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Patterson, 8 Central avenue. Large Class Of Girls Prepare For Y Gym Former Resident Parent Of Son Mr. and Mrs. Willia-m McCann of Milford, announce the birth of a son, Monday. Mr, McCann is a former Naugatuck .resident. WEISS* Ben Franklin Store 133 CHURCH STREET Hot Off The Juke Boxes! ! POPULAR RECORDS 25c . , "Old at 40,50,60?" — Man, You're Crazy JJorgst your «(je! Thounnnda are poppy at,TO, Try 'Ipoppintrup" with Ontroz. Contain, tonic for woiik, rundown fooling dm> »ole)y to bodVi .. ,*, ° r "rap which many mon nnd womtn cau' m X- G "' C" fu , ta ' *l-OQi«iz» now only 89cl Try Oatrm Tonic TabUU for new pep, vigor -vim and year, youtuw Minff. thi» vtry day. '— mile HL Hll dt-uif Mtorc-ti uvcrywhur.o— .NuiiKiiiiKk. ut Allori'a Cut llaic Per- _ A i number 'of girls joined the NauBatuck . YMCA last Tuesday .to be In readiness for ,tHe coming Annual Exhibition 'which will be held Friday and Saturday May 2nd' and.'May 3rd. Marching-, drills, dances, g-ymjiastica are now in full swing with special sessions bcinfj held to make one of the best shows held in Naugatuck. The new girls.and. renewals-are Faith Hancock, -. Barbara Oliver, Jpnna Sundberg, -,Lorraine Kenney, Doris Vest, Rose Mario Brocelnik, Regina Brecelnik Eleanor Irving-, Patty Johnson, Mary, Ann Stokes, Patricia Stokes Betty Jane Townsend, Betsy Conover, Sandra Mik- letonas,', Patricia Bradley, Ann Erlckson Barbara Litke, Barbara GcBseck. .and Dianne S'padold." Indications point to a class of over 180 girl's participating in this year's exhibition. . it CHICK INOICTClll JtAZOJt AUTOMATIC- Blatttt pull .- . . push . . . k««n DI«J, Schicli Biid* iniUnt^rj corrtct »havin( poiidonln le*B*r,, cloni. Woodorf ul for [womcn'rnMdt, too. 50% FASrM- I00«« SAft* ~~~\ 200% SMQOTHt* •-. " CARROLL PERFUMERS 186 CHURCH ST 21 SO. MAIN ST. 1 SO. -MAIN ST. • 45 W. MAIN ST. NACGATUCK NAUGATUCK WATEBBURV WATERBUBY DODGE Hotchkiss St.- Garage 47 J10TCHKJSS STHKJOT ToJ. 57J87 J. L. MAZLLAUSKAS, Prop. SALKS — SERVICE .An a- c.rage appje contains a core with five cellsi each containing, two seodjg. THE 0HI1JA INN 11 Harrlkan . A»».' 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