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   Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - April 19, 1922, Naugatuck, Connecticut                                For onlv Sf So out of tlio of as well in aU other iJftnuv umlor our obsorvaUon 01tc and McKEEV ijooauso our us 14 1 1 for the homo sold on itio SAVE on tie say to Corner South Main Scovill and Brook Streets METAL CEILINGS Tlnniiig Hoofing FHONJ98 a028 and 15552 Jas A Baker Mala WJ3 CARRY A LINK OF HJSACH Basebnll Goods also the famous Lomsvillo Slugger lints CO MS IX AND SEE OUR LINE ALL KINDS OF FISHING TACKLE DRESS CORSETS KjHMicr Burgicnl Corsets Ahdfuniiwl IJeUs for Won Women A CAIISLLO Telephone 01312 l55 Curtiss St THE DUNHAM MILLS OW jttne Underwear Sweaters Foot Street Kstiraatos given on anything 1 the building lino Jobbing promptly attended to Office and Shop 12J OHff Street Telephone OOJJ4 WmP IfcMl ifetato Notary Room 1 Itolme 2742 A IfONGDISTANCE Light Trucking Floyd Wooster SCHUJHACKER MANCINI to have Gutters Leaders and Roofs repaired and spring plumbing done at reasonable prices Oil 159 So Mnin St WELDING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Including Aluminum Burning Jfcon roro cyilndore n epoclfttty Sharpened 20 o Kline Chevalier Railroad Baggage Room PI8TANOH MOVING by truck POBt OfflGO bOX 161 2SK Chorry etreot C A Bailey Co D1HEOTJK8 JLLSO DEALERS W Mfttttosaoa Wloor Mattresaea made Furniture Store repair H of oil kJnda attended to Priow ON GALli UPTODATE LIKE OF CHILDRENS RQMPEBS AND OHIiLDREN1 S DRESSES Prices And Bocoived Now Pictorial Review Monthly Magazine Plxone 160 Church Stt YOU WILL ENJOY transacting your witlr the Naugatunic NationalBank where a friendly spirit prevails the best facilities are at your service Your Account IB invited Interest aid 011 Baity to check Number of Merit Badges Awarded at Meeting Held in Chamber of GommerceHail A fine meeting of the Girl Scout troops was last at the of liall It was bpened byf reciting of the pledge allegiance the singing of the Star and repeat scout premise and scout laws A number of merit badges to members of the varioustroops and other girls were advanced in rank Afteiv the conferring of badges an held consisting of apiano a reading and a dance The Awakening of Doris Weaving of Troopi 1 re ceived a tenderfoot badge To Viola MMler Marion IHr ing Lorraine Ben ha niy Anna Helen Balinski of Troop second aasv scout were awarded Mildred Kinney of 2 re ceived tenderfoot badge and secT honors were conr feired Catherine Jacksonv and Eleanor 2 Tenderf dot badges were awarded ito an dr Girace Hoi in es op Troop and to Mabel Ad kin l3afeel son Marion Viola JohnBonandr ElsaThompson second olassiscout badges were given Tenderfoot badges were awarded girla of Troop 4 Helen Bird ieaH Viola Carlson Nina Anderson Mabel Anderson Dorothy Anderson and Astrid Anderson f Merifc Badges The Girl Scouts who received merit badges last evening wore Josephine Allison scribe citizen laundress cooking Mary Anderson citizen laundress Adeline Andersen laundress craftsman N Margaret OLt scout entertainer Jane Robbins craftsman Harriet Bean dancing Benham dancing Dorothy Berger cooking bird hunting scout entertainer Anna Rosenblatt laundress scribe homemaking Porfoct Attendance Tho following Girl Scouts received xf or perfect attendance at meetings 1 Marjorio Squire Gertrude Nelson Charlotte Rose Althea Pris cilla Andrew Emily Lobclell and Lil lian Winer Silver stars were awarded to the Girl Scouts who were absent from meetings only one two or three times those1 receiving silver stars be ing Frances Moss and Anna Rosenblatt Miss Angelina C Mancini and Jerry M Ranando United in Marriage by the Rev Tltomas Gooney A pretty wedding was solemnized at church at 10 oclock when daughteiv of Mr and Charles Mancini ofHigh street and Michael Ranando of Water bury were united in mar by the ThomasCooney who also celebrated the nuptial high mass Miss Matilda Mancini a sister or the bride was bridesmaid and Rocco Ranando a brother of the bride igroom officiated asbest man The bride attired in a gqwii of white Japan sillc Irish lace She wore a bridal veil caught with pearls and carried a of Ophelia roses sweet peas I The bridesmaids gown was of color silk canton medV with lace and silver Shewore hat to match and a bou quet of pink rodes The coviple left B afternoon for a New York and Atlantic City and upon their returnwill reside at 63 Leonard street ALL WILL BE ELABORATELY STAGEC Indications Are That Xangntuck Musionl CojnMly Will Score IecideTly BBIEFS Naugato THE OLD TIME The Ladies auxiliary to the Sons will hold nn entertainv on April 27 inthe Gem opera house in honor of the 100thanni vnrsaryiof the bjrtliof U S Grant The public is invited If some one owjesfiyou mone3r do Jnot write to him about it on a pos tal cautioni the authorities of local postoffice Dunning cards are not permissible in the mails It is deemed necessary to issue this vvarningy as people some tarars unintentionally violate Uiis This refers onliy to cards call attention to whinlL is past due and does not In requests for settlement of cur rent accounts or that give notice an accqunt or bill become due It should be care folly notedr that this regulation has no reference that is under THiDannualjqonvention of the Con necticut Dental association will be this week in New Haven meetings wilJL begin in the Tatt hor tel The first da y jbegins with a business meeting at 10 oclock reports of various connuitr and at 11 oclock Dr H T Hartford speaks on and Inclis creot Remarks the Effect on the At12 oclock AKred Walker of New York Bplciency As a Practice Thursday aEternoon JRiosnun Oral Surgery I Clantorn slides Dr lIieodoreBIum jo I Ne vr Yor Finlay At tach in ents jljhv Henry New York iCity of Testing Teeth Dr Bertram B Machat JBiooklyn at 5 p the inBpection bfe quadrangle a luncheon noonat the Kolynos plant aj dinner Fridaynight at the Taft and a tournament at theRace country club Saturday after noon A real treat is instore for am use men t lovers here onThursday and Friday evenings April 27 and 2S tjin musical revue All Aboard will bo presented at Col umbus hall under the auspices of Naugatuck post of the American That Legion show will be de lightfully staged and costumed is a certainty for it is a well known fact that the Rogers company spares no expense when it comes to scenery costumes and clever manuscripts The cast wilVbe the strongest purely local talent ever seen in a local production and the members are beingthoroughly drilled and coachedby Miss Dixie Doyle The action of All Aboard takes iplnce on board the S S Florida and the cleverly written librettohas to do with two young college boys who are both in with the same girl One oL1 hem has the misfortune to loso four of his front teeth in a football game The lost teeth have a groat deal to do with the play and creating comedy situations of which there are plenty The leading part will be taken by Mrs Raymond Paul who will play the role of Beatrice Sloan The part olMrs Sloan which is perhaps the mast exacting in the comedy is in the capable hands of Miss Gelia Aim Miss Aim who has frequently appeared in local amateur theatrical productions has again been secured for All and has a part which will plenty of oppor tunity to display her talents The Legionnaires considerthemselves fortunatein being able to secure her services for this play Harry Benham as Billy Brady W i 11 i a m BoyIan as C ap tain Kid Joseph Dnrkin as the pilot or whatever he desires to call himself Mrs Beauchampaa Doro thy Ethel Swansou asthe Swedish stewardess and Alfred Huband Johnny Thomas together with David Dillon and Clarence Fruin as trio sailors make a combination which insures a successful produc tion Tickets are by memi bers cast and the committees will shortly be in the of mem bers of the various groups nameswill appear in an early LETS BEGIN Junior Baseball to Send in Gaimw NOTICE District of Naugatuck ss Probate Co u rt Apr i I 18 A D 1912 Estate Charles P Lander late of in said District deceas ed Upon the application of The1 Naugatuck National Bank through UsTrust Dayton pray ing t h a t a n i n st r u men t in wrl tin g p urpo in g t o be t h last will an d of may be proved approved allowed and ad Mnitted to ao ier application on flic morn fully appears it is said heard and determined at the Pro bate Oftice in in said Dis trict on clay of April ATD 1922 at oclock in thefore moon and the pendency oF said the time and of thereon by publishingthe same onetime in having a circulation insaifl and bypostins a copy public signpost in thet in said Dlatricu andT by sending iogtage prepaid a liko noticeto each ofthe known heiira Distinct six days before said day assigned FRANIO BATOK Judge The basebalj season and The News wants tiio scores1 of all the junior baseball gaines Sometimes reports of three or four junior games are received in one day of which one may befairly decipherable The rules vailed last year will be in effect again this year They are as fol lows Kurorts must be in the News office by 9 oclock of the clay after the game They must be on wliite paner aud in a handwriting that can be read without too much difficulty Many of the boys whosend in the games hnve neglected to pay much attention to their If they cant be read cant be printed Use oiily one side of the paper The war is over and the paper sup ply is not so short as it was Snell the correctly Some of the boyswould never recognize their own names it they were print ed the way the young reporters of the games spelLthem More than acres of coast soil has slipped into during the last fortyyears English the FOR INDIGESTION 6 BELLANS Hot water Sure Relief FINE ASSORTMENT OF 132134136 Church St Naiigatuck ALMOST TAKES YOUR BREATH f jj YARDS ON SALE Why Silks Of Course BOYS WEAR Our Hoys Department Is equipped to take careo f khaki mI stiwos Priced nun NKCKWlOAJt Xoxv styles KarTi Prevent Moths Destroying Your Furs and ens BY USINiff MOTH PREVENTATIVBS THAT WE SELL MOTH PROOF BAGS Three 65c 7fk Large size will hold oilli cr an fur oav or two sit i Is CEDARLENE mixture or cedar wood moth camphor lor sprinklingon clothes Harmless to lotlios posi tively keeps moths a MOTH BALLS o i i A prevcntativc by many people hold in lOc 20c Hoc bags i PETERMANS MOTH FOOD old reliable preparation for sprinkhnon clothes when putting away to dollies guaran teed by manufacturers lOc box CAMPHOR GUM AJthough a little more expensive than most other preparations it is used by as it surepro tectionand has a veryagreeable odor Leary Drag Store f Let Us Serve You Pair of Heavy Work Horses for Sale OLD COMPANY LEHIGH COAL mid Office 45 Bridge Bt Established Telephone 103   

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