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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - June 20, 1922, Naugatuck, Connecticut v rT 11 NAUGATUCK DAILY JUNE 20 1922 THE CHAUTAUQUA OFFERS THE BEST OF ENTERTAINMENT The Course Will Be Opened Tomorrow Night on Chamber of Commerce to Hold Parade YALE ALUMNI ADVISORY BOARD HONORSLOCAL MAN Howard Appointed Member of the Executive Committee at Meeting Held in New Haven FLAPPER TO LEAD KANSAS JOYHAWKERS BACK TO LIBERTY Restoration of Light Wines Beer ami Jazz Favored by Miss Petti grew KllllHUS of Kansas Oarberry I N flity June CJarrle Nation Western paradise of tho home of the anti law bugbear of the shim mvshukliitf to hear the of light wines beer jazz or women preached from political stump or out of thu west has como a to load the Jayhawker to lib At least such Is the claim ol leu PiHtigruw bobbodf blond and npublicaii candidate for the par nomination of governor Miss ivuitfrcuv who lives in Kansas City has filed for the nomination the of state at Topeka Is a platform without pruce dMit In the arid spaces of tho state MVW which another with ax upraised Miss Ieltigrew outlined her plat form In her potltloti for a place on MIC ticknt tho people what they want Such she says Is hor one and only campaign slogan blue Kansas has more than Its share She champions jazz the shimmy and the abbreviated skirt She cries out against more war Miss Pettigrew is but one of 14 republican candidates for the nom ination The great number to appear on the ticket at the primary August 8 gives her new hope of being victo rious My platform Is the flap percandidate says in explaining the things she advocates sum it all up in saying Give the people what they want Kansas is a wonderful state but a lot of bluelaw and women whose faces would crack if made lifea bur den for its people What a man or a woman wears eats reads or drinks is a matter of personal liberty And personal lib erty is the very cornerstone upon which our American institutions are Pettigrew says Wednesday evening the big tauqua course of concerts will at the tent on the grounds of the Chamber of Commerce Nobet ten class of amusements could be offered the public tharr the programs as laid out by those in charge of this work It would cost a big penny to see them all if one took them in each in its turn but the low price for the entire course makes it a very low priced course of entertainments Then re member there are five big days af ternoon and evening Any one of the big events is worth the price of the admission to them all The Fadette orchestra of Boston alpne with its group of talented musicians could not be brought to at a price that the course admission would admit you and you will miss a big treat if you do not hear them This can be said of every program AH are of the very highest class The local committees urge buyers to get their tickets today or tomor row for the entire course It is the first 500 tickets that helps the good citizens who have amount of the expense put off the purchase of your season years Noah H Wayne 93 was ticket until after Thursday you cani chosen vicechairman Dickinson W Howard B TattleofMillville aye was elected a member of the executive committee of the Yale alumni advisory board at a meeting held in New Haven today The com mittee was six to nine J members Mr is a graduate of Yale He served five terms as warden of Naugatuck and also served a term as state senator from the fourteenth senatorial dis trict A New Haven dispatch re ceived by The News telling of his appointment as a member of the executive committee of the Yale alumni advisory board is as follows New Haven June Yale alumni advisory board increased its executive committee from six to nine members at a largely attended meet ing today the committee also to in clude the officers and chairman of the Alumni Fund association Ed ward B Greene of Cleveland Ohio who retires as corresponding secre tary in view of the appointment of Assistant Secretary Minott A Osborn of the university to be permanent BEFORE INVESTING You wouldnt buy a pair of shoes without seeing them Why buy your paint on trust B P S Paint comes in sliptop us open one and show you why B P S Paint is true economy SMELL IT You will find the odor of strictly pure Linseed ITESTJ IT BETWEEN YOUR FINGERS It is ground to the finest it work easily under the brush covers a large SAVES GALLONS SATISFACTION Honeirmaterials and care in making B P S Paint gives you years of sat isfactory service Labor costs three times as iriuch as the B P S and pay as few bills for labor as possible Estimates cheerfully Aak for ColorjCard The John M Page Co guaranteed the full secretary of the board was elected xpense and chairman of the board for three in to AVhi ly r Shn light Favors Ijighl Wines restoration of bear and She vows death to all am in this campaign to win With my sister Alice Pettigrew as my manager 1 intend to go into every town and hamiet every city and every crossroad in the state be tween now and primary day seeking to lead Kansas out of the darkness of narrowmindedness I do not advocate a return of the old saloon system I do stand for the stile of beer and light wine I live in a community whore there are many packing house work ers of Kansas City Kan I know what prohibition hasclone to killed scores jailed hundreds and imido thousands discontented Thoy call Kansas dry I have boon into the very heart of the state is looded with liquor Death dealing homemade liquor is on sale not get one at all but will have to pay single admission This will make it a costly course Get in line today Visit Kehoe Learys Ma ple and Church streets Carl G Ol son 174 Church street the Nauga tuck Drug Maple and North Main street or the Cross drug store South Main streetalso at the Naugatuck Savings bank Church street or from any of the team mem bers or captains in your place of business Do not let the good peo ple who have guaranteed the full amount go down in their pockets to settle but buy at least one ticket and help Naugatuck become classed among the towns that give the best amusements to be secured The program on Wednesday ing will be given by the Mordelgia company headed by Pietro Mordel gia a noted accordion player who will be assisted by Miss Jane Gold ing Russian violinist and soprano Miss Christine Wismer reader so loist mandolinist and pianist On the second day the Manila quartet will present two unique and fascinating concerts of vocal and in strumeiHal Philippine music and William Hung a son of the former governor of the famous Shantung iprovince who has received degrees everywhere Kansas is noi a parJ frrpjlt American universi the subject Richards of the Essex County asso ciation and Howard B Tuttle of the Naugatuck Valley association were elected new members of the executive committee as also were William G Warren of Buffalo Richard Hooker of and John Cros by of Minneapolis SINGING NOVELTY AT THE ALCAZAR THEATER Al Benson WellKuown Entertainer Pleased Audiences Tjitst Will Be Here All Week wlnoi ticlo different from any other oven though the bluelawers like to make itappear so state would CLEVER BILLIARD EXHIBITION BY N Y CUEIST AT WALDORF Many Fancy Shots Demonstrated by Professor Scout in Major Leagues The billiard exhibition at the Waldorf parlors last evening by Prof howls of New Vork the SOyoarohl rue proved o bo the finest kind of a success and the many fol iuwors of the cue game who were irostiut witnessed much clever work mi Mir part ol tho isew Yorker Running tho ball along tho of MIH side cushion down the length iif the labie and then making It rross he froon cloth for a shot was oiuof thu spectacular shots demon i rated last evening Playing the hull straight back forth across on a shot proved to bo easy r t fin Of oursf the mala feature of the proved to be the capability I1 MIC aed cue mnnlpulalor in mak iiuv billiard shots using his nose for i iur Tho protestor has what one tMtght call a nose do luxe Constant and tear bus put it in the right for billiard playing The claims that he is better off ordinary billiard player In doesnt have a rotip his ASSAULT CASE IS EOPENED IN LOCAL COURT Joseph Levinskl Who Disappeared Yesterday Before Case Was Called Fined and Costs rho In a i iuis ThiNmv Vorker proved to be n liivhly interest ing character nnrt dur ing i he course of tho evening re markd that at one tlmo lie had scout in tho big leagues and credit for 10d thefamous Chicago White Sox pitcher find Addle Joss another major leaguer of much Tamo Nutur tlly Trot Is svoll acquainted stars In tho billiard world and flu1 that Young I ho worlds cham pion billlardlsL is in a class by hlm remarking that even the famous lloppe is outclassed by tho holder Josoph Lovinski of Rubber avenue charged wjih assault upon Andrew Hormaot of South Main street in the shoo room of the Glove shop some weeks and who created quite something of a furore in court cir cles yowl onlay by disappearing short ly before hiy case was to be heard had his case reopaned today Utfoii being found guilty of the charge he was fined costs the total amountingto It was said today that Leviuski upon being asked by his attorney why he disappeared from court yes terday just previous to the calling of his case said that lie bad sudden ly been taken ill was forced to leave Tho bonds which were for Ioited yesterday when Levinskl dis appeared were given back to him this morning The scuffle in which and Henwiot are said to liuvooagaKed in the local plant re sultd in Hermaot receiving a frac ture of the leg from which lie has just recovered OBITUARY Mrs Caillo Kmlth Word was received here today oC tho doath of Mra Callio Smith wlfo of Kdson H Smith pt Norfolk Va Tlyo body has been tak to Mlddiotovn whore tho funeral will bo hold Wednesday afternoon oclock duyllKht miving time at the hacon funeral parlors ttmith had many friends hero will be pained to learn of her Her husband was formerly dent of this borough COMBINED MEETING OF VARIOUS GIRL SCOUT TROOPSHERE Will Be Held This Evening in Cham ber of Commerce Award Merit Badges at at Mrs deafcli a resl FaimMnl of Miclmol T Donovan Tho funeral services of Michael J Donovan will be conducted tomorj row after noon at 2 HO late homo Maplo stn key Samuel C Johnson the M church In trove cemetery More than visit Rnrope tnated oclock at his pastor Interment will There will be a combined meeting of the Girl Scout troops of the bor ough this evening at oclock in the Chamber of Commerce hall on Church street at which time second class and merit badges will bo con ferred The local girl scouts have shown marked proficiency at mastering the various difficult arts For which merit badges are awarded it being only a short time ago that merit badges were awarded to many members or Naugatuck girl scout troops To show their appreciation oC the work done by the girl scouts here in the past year Naugatuck councH of will give a from three great ties will lecture on China in the World The thirdday will be one of rare opportunity for all Chautauquago ors The one of Gilbert Sullivans famous light operas will be presented by an especially chosen cast of 10 professjonal actors and opera singers In the afternoon the same company will give version Little Red especially for Mie children the fourth day the Little Sym phony orchestra will play It is ex actly what its title indicates a small edition of the great orchestras of the country Jn the evening Den ton C Crowl lecturer journalist and stu dent of the countrys business and commercial conditions will lecture on The Turning of the He will show proofs of a new era of business prosperity and its bearing on America of today and tomorrow The fifth day brings three at tractions Songs and Ballads of Long Ago will bo presented in cos tume by Miss Louise Lancaster as sisted by F Stanley McCusker pian ist Miss Evelyn Bergelt one of the best crayon artists on the plat form will make a number of sketches and accompany them with amusing and descriptive stories Dr David Vaughan professor of social service at Boston university will lec ture on Community An old time favor ite will come on the last day a real band The Fadettes Military band of Boston composed of 15 talented women musicians has the distinction of beingone of the leading womens musical organizations in the It will give two big concerts Of course junior good times last not one clay but all the Chautauqua days This year on the final day the juniors will present an absolutely novel event a Junior Hippodrome The Hippodrome elephant will join the juniors in giving their elders all kinds of jolly surprises Each day a new and carefully selected list of games stories and folk songs will be under the supervision of a trained playleader and the juniors will or ganize their own Following are more names of pa trons and patronesses Miss Lucy Hampsoiir Miss Stella Harmon Miss Eileen Holton Edward E Hotchkiss Mr mid Mrs Manfred Johnson Mr and Mrs E J McSorley Miss Helen Moroiiey Mr and Mrs Jere J Mur phy Mrs Herschel Neal Glen F No ble Miss Anna Nolcle Mr and Mrs Harry B Olson Herbert F Parker Mr and Mrs Raymond W Paul Alj fred Platt Miss Alice Platt Miss Grtrutfe Raytkiewich Miss Adelaide A Rolllnsori Mr and Mrs George M Rumney Mr and Mrs F F1 SchafTer Miss Katherine Shea Miss Ernestine Simmons Kdith H Skoglund Miss Irene Squires Mr and Mrs Ernest Swan son Mr and Mrs Frederick W Swenston Mrs Ellsworth Tracy Miss Jane G Twitchell Miss Jessie Twitchell Mr and Mrs H B Tuttle Mrs G Dana Warner Mr and Mrs A Warner Mr Lewis C War ner Miss Gertrude B VYhtttemore Mr and Mrs George T Wigmore Mr and Mrs B N Wilmot Miss Hazel Wilson r A special feature of the programs at the theater this week will be the singing novelty present edby Al Benson a popular New York entertainer He made a big hit with the audiences last evening Nearly all of the used by the youngartist are followed line for line by specially produced films with well known moving picture ac tors and actresses As encores Mr Benson presented some of the latest comedy songs that brought forth hearty rounds of applause Not only does Al sing he has a humor ous line of chatter thats boiind to make a hardboiled laugh He will appeal Pt matines and around p the week with an entire change of songs with the regular theater program On Wednesday afternoon Mr Ben son Will conduct a kiddies V Vrhich will consist of community singing of oldtime choruses thrown on the screen and a siaging con test for cash prizes when the little mites will be upon the plat form to show their vocal Mr Benson has been congratulated in other cities upon his efforts to fas ter the musical talents of the little ones remembering that he started his theatrical as a youngster V INTO IT TRAOC MARK REGISTERCQ ONE DOLLAR FOR iTOUR OLD TEA Trade in that old Tea Kettle We willallow you for it regardless of its condition as partpayment on thisbeautiful Mirro Colonial 5quart Tea Kettle This Mirro Tea Kettle regularly sells for During thts sale if you bring in your old Tea Kettle you can get it for Phone 317 BRIEFS The weekly be held at the Church street from L to 4 baby conference will Red Gross house on tomorrow afternoon oclock It is desired lav Your Diploma Should Be Framed Now Bring it in today while you think of it Dont let it around until its soiled or stained Remember it framed right We do only first class work and use only the best but that doesnt mean that our prices are high The volume of our framing business keeps the pric es down Plmidreels of samples to choose from Try Naugatuek First Have you visited our new Kodak department WEENEYS ART STO A PLEASANT PLACE TO SHOP that all mothers of the DO rough who are not sure just what care children should have during the warm weath er should attend this conference Columbian Rebekah lodge will meet tomorrow evening in Odd Pel lows liall There will be initiation and refreshments will be served Tue presence of all members of the is requested WAGON REPAIRING OF Akk KINDS AT THE Millville Horse Shoeing and Wago The Place To Get a V Good Wagon F Alton Clark ARCHITECT Room 10 I O O Bldf JOHN M SUTHERLAND RJfiAL ESTATE OP A KINDS Koom 8 Charcb PIANO AND VOCAL TEACHER Lessons only by Appointment B 44 GofleM Hill Union City The Circlet is more than a Brassiere Its SelfAdjusting aadsLsiply slips over the head clasps at the waist and under arm and smooths out ngy IF your dealer cant get it tend actual measure name address and Well sand Circltt pre Sizes 34 to 48 Nemo HygienicFashion Institute I2O Newr York Dapt M be preeaton of merit badges This is Cor girl scouts only of Junior will open to costume par r Chautauqua inorrow night with a ade for children between six and 14 years of a Re The parade wi 1 1 s tar t at the Salem school at 7 oclock and the children will inarch tothe chamber of commerce wivere the tauqua play leader r possible that evening Tickets purchased at the grounds if children have not already bought them from the boys and girls who are selling them To Collect Before Parade Envelopes containing childrens answers in the contest will be taken np at the Salem school playground befqre the parade starts tomorrow niglit and all children are expected to hand in their envelopes at that time The judges of the contest are the Rev Edward R Hance chairman Harry The Starsand this summer oer REPLACES WOOD SHEATHING ELIMINATES WASTE INSULATES Cclotexis proper insulation and building board com bined at the cost of one to the builder It is 12 inchthick 4 feet wide and comes S 8 l2r9 9 foot long UP TO THE MINUTE Never fn the history of merchan dising was it so important to LOOK AROUND as you are livable to pay too much for merchandise bought at high prices We pride ourselves to keep OUR PRICES RIGHT Specials this week In Enamel and AluminumWare How would you like an all Copper Tea Kettle 14 ounce for Competitors are getting as high as because they bought at a high market W G HARD Water i Open Saturday Nights Stylish Stout OUTSTZIS PUMPS AND OXFORDS Hlaok White and lirown to S HOSIERY n all popular sluules and SemiFashioned Full Fashioned DODGES POPULAR 8180 South PRICE Main SHOE STORM Tel 10S Ice Cream What children sert Is more tempting to tha than Ice Cream for dea Wo have the leading Bulk Vanilla Chocolate Straw berry Brick Union Neapolitan THY FOH NAlTdATUCK F1KST YOUR 1CK OH 10AM Peter Pauls 3G Maple St 23 So Main St Phone 310 29 feet a second what you go at 20 miles an hour Think of the chance of at such a low speed Then the claims and the repair bills Better be free from worry by insuring your car Tel ephone right away to Dayton Rumney Wigmore Representing The TRAVELERS HARTFORD CONNECTICUT Grease Gun With 5 Pounds of Whiz Stoplights Genuine Ford Parts E Phone 2874 rt ubber Ave Now your sprng done is the time to picttite framing K Birdsalli VTCTROLAS I Maple
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