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Naugatuck Daily News Newspaper Archives Jan 22 1953, Page 3

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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - January 22, 1953, Naugatuck, Connecticut Social Oss chief dinner speaker Leslie Howard president of Naugatuck 4-h club miss Leslie Howard wan elected president of the club at a meeting hold at Tho Home of Louis or Street recently other newly elected officers arc Beverly vice president miss Mary Kosko Secretary miss Mary Pilch user Lois by chairman and Kos to program chairman the next meeting of the Busy workers sewers club will by at mrs Home Mon Day january it has been an by mrs Kosko All regular meetings of Tho club and its will b held at the Home of mrs Kosko committees named for card party crusader auxiliary meets this evening crusader Post auxiliary will hold a regular meeting this evening at the Post rooms on Ber Avenue at p president Mary Wii Convene the at which time reports will be Given on Tho recent county Council and District gatherings Kos confined actress Rosalind Russell suffer in from acute laryngitis was con fined to a sick bed on tuesday night Sho was starring in Cal wonderful at the Shu Bert theater in new Haven unti she suffered an attack at curtain time on tuesday Valentines thousands of special ones for those in the service buy and mail now hallmark no cutting or pasting easy to make assorted Valentines in Milf for up come in now and make dealer Sweeney s Art and stationery store 213 Church St several party committees were appointed last night by mrs Ces Shannahan chairman of the ways and Means committee of unit 17 american legion auxiliary at a regular meeting in the Ial Home mrs Shannahan also reported on Progress of plans for the ing card party feb 12 in the Home a report of a recent visit to lord farms was made by mrs f p tation chairman she was on her visit by mrs Evald Jonnson and mrs Thomas the ladies distributed useful cles to the 27 veterans who Are there the committees appointed by mrs Shannahan include the prizes mrs Rodger Hinds and mrs Florence Farow tables mrs Victor Anderson and miss Ruby Freeman Kitchen mrs Sidney mrs Edward Wilcox miss Mary Nelly and miss Mary refreshments mrs Alice son mrs Roger Hinds mrs Philip mrs f p Dinsmore mrs Raymond Ericson mrs John Mons mrs Thomas Gunnoud and Frances miss Ann Nolde Man mrs Louis Jamele mrs Evald Johnson mrs Fremont mrs Norris Follett mrs Anna Behlman mrs Marshall Bontempo mrs Thomas Broder mrs John Clark mrs Louis de Carlo mrs John Lawton mrs Anna Leonhardt mrs George Lewis mrs Anthony Mariano mrs Burton Noble mrs Michael Norris and miss Maureen publicity mrs Florence Farrow tickets my he obtained by nor mrs 3814 or miss Nolde 3605 or any of the ticket committee there will be table and door prizes refreshments will be served hostesses it last night s meeting were mrs Philip Connell and mrs Johnson mrs Follett mrs Radcliffe name red Cross workers Gen William wild Donovan who headed the office of strategic during world War ii will be the Cipal lit the dinner in Honor of Hep t Patterson on saturday under Donovan when he was to Oss in Europe an a major in the Marine the dinner will be held in the Ellis Lodge rooms with Rudolph m an Clark u committee chairman Rainbow girls Joyce advisor and no officers will be installed at a installation of Rainbow girls no 22 tonight at the regular meeting at the now advisory Board will Iso be installed Dolores will preside at the Ion beat a cutaway for that important event other formal for u Union St phone none too or Small we cuff them ail Mary Ernst birthday party guest Mary Ernst daughter of or and mrs William Ernst or 18 Dunn Avenue celebrated her third Day on monday at her party a Large merry go round cake on a musical Happy birthday tray was the Centrepiece Mary wore a Pink party dress am nosegay Corsage movies of birthdays were shown the Young guests attending Thi party were Bonnie and Susan Dowl ing sue Hubbard Mark and brai Linnard Shea or Jane Fitzgerald Brummett Bil lie Conroy Donne Douty Chery Wojtak Donnie and Riano Albey yank Teddy and Judy Johnson zone chairmen of the following two zones for the Ter american red Cross have an the names in their zones mrs Norris Follett chairman of zone 7 states that Grove Street will be represented by mrs William Field mrs Arthur Fager mrs old Wilson Hillside Charles Brust Harry Benham mrs Herbert Brown mrs Fred Abele mrs Ernest Erickson new Kenneth Johnson mrs George Follett mrs Donald Garrick Rockwell Grumman mrs Salem and mrs John san Angelo mrs Harles bos Worth Svea mrs Walnut mrs Andrew Anderson mrs Carl Salmonson Ralph Ruder Awn Arnold Carlson mrs Katherine Radcliffe has an that the fallowing will assist her in zone Christeneen Rose Tempo Hotchkiss Street and Twitchell Max South main from Maple to Phyliss Graham Parish play Star woman of the Walter s Franklin above wife of the president of the Sylvania Railroad is the ent of the 21st annual Gimbel award she proudly the citation naming her woman of the year and the Check which accompanies the citation shortly after it was presented to her at Philadelphia a mrs Franklin received the for bringing ment to hospitalized persons Honor Lawlor probate judge James r win bis honoured tonight at 8 at a testimonial dinner in restaurant Raymond j Quinn or will be the testimonial is being Naugatuck Valley Lub of holy Cross and judge Low s fellow alumni of that College will attend bears in Winter months n temperate regions because they unable to obtain food and addition Standard reception girl scouts to elect officers one one Are to be named to the membership nominating com of the Waterbury girl scouts at the annual meeting Day evening of 6 at the Elton in Waterbury they Are Frances 208 Avenue Naugatuck and Robert senior Prospect Center personals miss Mary f Brown libraries chairman of the Connecticut state federation women s clubs discuss the proposed regional Barry service Tor Connecticut at the meeting tonight of ture and dramatic Art department of the woman s club the meeting will be held at the Home of mrs John h Schmuck 583 North Church Street miss Jessie f Deshong Ian of the Whittemore memorial Library has been invited to Dis cuss the local Library s interest suits if Philco clock radio you la at the versatility of this Beautiful new clock radio not Only a clock but a clock performer do away with jangled morning to this console audio Laby to sleep with soft Sweet in Mellow tones such a sturdy and grand performer Choice of popular models and colors prices begin at pay Only a week Lincoln store enduring to the husband end who Man to much to Yew special one Only portrait and size Only 61 West main St Thibodeau studio 80 Church Street phone 2342 Valley Beagle club buys Oxford land fifty five of land have been purchased by the Naugatuck Valley Beagle club on Hill Ford the club has another 400 acres under lease and in in the of renovating a barn for use a clubhouse officers of the club Are Fred Chapman Bridgeport president Jack Dent Allen Stratford and Arthur Illes treasurer regular trials Are scheduled for feb 15 March 15 and april 3 on Tho club property anyone owning a Church auxiliary elects mrs John h Simmons was de president of the women s of St Michael s Church at the annual meeting yesterday after noon in the Parish House other newly elected officers in clude miss Jane Twitchell vice president mrs Norris Follett miss Emily Sophie Brown treasurer mrs Mattie ply Secretary mrs George Barwick White envelope treasurer and mrs George Follett United thank uttering treasurer it was voted to change the ular third to the fourth wednesday of the month annual reports were read a ered dish luncheon was served under mrs Barwick s direction Barbara Oliver who will play the role of Jenny in the play Jenny glued to be presented in St school Hall on the of february 16 18 and 17 others in the Cut John Peter Garet Susan Brennen Florence Richard Jacqueline Ardry John Nolan Carol Keller Ato Carol Hackett and Grace Mcnamara Clarence h Green and Fred Wohlke Wui direct the play photo no service District of col court of appeals has ruled five to four that restaurants in Washington May legally refuse to serve negroes the decision held that lost non Laws of the were repealed in when All were revised Washington Laws it s always in style Gene Autry turns bread Salesman just about every Cowboy and cowgirl in Naugatuck will be get Ting a great big extra Western thrill this week As Gene Autry America s number one Cowboy to about Little fans Over the nation Steps from his movie Acter roles into the position of Star bread Salesman of Reymond Ery announcement of Gene Autry s personal endorsement of the known local loaf was made by Reymond bakery to All grocers As a prelude to an extensive paper advertising Campaign in which the beloved Cowboy himself signs the copy Why he selected Sunbeam bread As his personal favorite in Naugatuck it s quite a says Gene telling my some thing is Good to eat so i m might to careful there s a lot of millions of boys and girls who depend on my advice so when you my picture on a loaf of bread go ahead and eat it it has my Lute recommendation it s better than Good it s great Beagle is eligible to enter the trials and apply for in the club on March 22 there will be a Derby trial for Dors born since Jan 1 1952 the Type of frock you depend on for Charm and Comfort season after season this carefully de created to flatter a woman s figure with details that Are especially pleasing pattern no 8921 is a perforated pattern in sizes is 36 18 40 42 44 46 48 size 36 4 of for this Send 25 cents in coins your name address Tern and size wanted to Barbara Bell Naugatuck daily news p o Box 98 station g new York 19 n y Don t miss the new Basic Ion for 53 Spring and summer it s a Complete Spring sewing guide for smart practical Robes gift pattern printed inside Tho 25 cents flying saucers now seen in Japan skies by United press the flying Saucer scare has spread to Japan radar observers and pilots re port seeing coloured balls of Light shooting about the skies Over the Northern part of the Island Chain mysterious flashes which change from Green to red to White and which move about the sky times slowly sometimes very fast the glowing balls were sighted on the japanese Island which lies Only 14 Miles from the yield Buriles the Light always disappeared before they could be approached they Are likened to the fireballs which mystified Washington last year the air Force says they definitely big Beans the Ery Thrina Redulis tree of col South America grows giant Means enclosed in two foot pods i the Beans Are two inches Long and an Inch thick and like Lima Beans a funeral services for Jose Agnes Poley Woodbury of of Denny m Foley were held yesterday from the Munson funeral Home to St Church Woodbury where a mass was by the Rev Richard Ning is song abide with burial in St James Tery Naugatuck bearers were Leonard Teitz Vincent Daly Seph Fitzgerald John Simmons Norman and George Ion Joseph a Steen funeral services for Joseph a stolen 96 of 88 Beebe who died monday were held at o clock thin morning from Che funeral Home 82 View Avenue to St Francis Church at 9 for a solemn High mass which was celebrated by the Rev George Dunn the Rev Bert Taylor was Deacon and the Rev Charles Shaw assisted an mrs o Donnell was organist and Farrar soloist music included funeral processional pie offertory abide with re burial was in St James Tery prayers grave were by for Dunn bearers Frank Zalkus John Kleiva Charles William and Michael Charles k funeral services for Charles e Nelson 86 of 124 Park Avenue who died tuesday were held this afternoon in Salem lutheran Church with the Rev Donald e Kent officiating mrs Arthur Parson soloist Sang clock of Ages and there is a Gate that stands burial was in Grove i Charles Spencer or burial took place this afternoon in Grove cemetery of Charles Ridge Spencer or 70 who died at his Home in Boston mass on Day he was the father of Charles e Spencer Iii of Naugatuck plan Lincoln Day dinner february 11 Seymour the republicans of the Dis will hold their annual Coln dinner feb 11 at in the Acton Colony inn for the dinner Are now available cording to Jeue j Kummer re publican town chairman and member of the ticket committee principal speaker at the affair will be in gov Edward n Allen Franklin b mutinies son of rep and mrs b h 28 Pearl Street left tuesday with a group from local Board 70 for military service mrs Alexander Brice and Ter Betty Mae of Tampa Flo Are visiting mrs parents or and mrs Harry a Mealey West Church Street they about two weeks will remain nine big government orders Given new England factories by nine government every one of them totalling More than have been Given new England firms associated industries of reported the contracts Day Man made Harbor the Harbor at Buenos Aires Argentina one of the largest ports in the world is entirely Man made the Apple is the official according to the encyclopedia Brit stale Flower of both Arkansas and biggest is a order Tor plane it went to the Haro Ilton Standard division of United aircraft corp at East Conn an order totalling nearly 000 for rocket parts went to tonal fireworks co of weat Over mass there also was a order for g Sullivan co of Newport i and lesser orders for in Baldwin lumber co of Portland me and Boston Woven Hose and rubber company of Bridge mass i Ann Michigan Diamond game above 6 Diamond above 3 Diamond in ring Ding combination b ing 3 Diamond wedding Gold mountings set Reg fed tax inc five words but they they Tell you her Diamond is the finest obtainable a flawless Gem of remarkable Cut and color its Worth forever protected by Michaels divided payments invited c Are prepared jewellers silversmiths since 1900 sixty eight Bank at Center Waterbury guests of Honor in formal before settling Down to the Ness of governing the United states f resident d hid Ninon pose with their wives the inaugural Washington this picture we made at the town could be Tho National guard armory in Tjie City Aba telephoto Kennedy s now going on nylons Apex Brand humming Bird Berkshire sizes or prone group of dresses values to Kennedy s Church Street Naugatuck

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