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Personal=SOCIAL ACTIVITIES - ■ ~ Weddings
Irish-American Auxiliary
Will Sponsor Dinner Dance
The first annual semi-formal
dinner dance given by the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Irlsh-American club
will be held on November 8th at
White House Tower. All officers.
Future Bride /• ■
Guett At Shower
Miss Georgianna Peters of Louns
bury street who is being married in
November was honored at miscel
laneous and greenback shower given
recently at the Scovill Girls’ Club
by Miss Mary Church ahd Mrs. B.
Shannahan. The bride-to-be was
presented with a number of gifts
from the guests who Included Mrs.
Edward Grace, Mrs. John Sullivan,
Mrs. Catherine Sullivan, Mrs.
Mrs. Michael Carroll, Mrs. Thomas
Dodds, Mrs. Walter Swift, Mrs.
James Conway, Mrs. John Brophy,
Mrs. John Naylor, Mrs. Edward
Goggins, Mrs. George Horan, Mrs.
Michael Fitzgerald, Mrs. Daniel No
lan, Mrs. Alice Horan, Mrs. Ted
Donahue, Mrs. Leo Coleman, Mrs.
Thomas Brophy, Mrs. Eugene O'Con
nell, Mrs. George Kelly, Mrs. James
Shannahan, Mrs. John Paige, Mrs.
Patrick Barnes, Mrs. Francis Car
. roll, Mrs. Joseph Fenian, Mrs. Wal
l ter Flynn, Mrs. Joseph Quinn, Mrs.
Edward Rabtoy, Mrs. William Deg
nan, Mrs. Thomas Gilmartin, Mrs.
George Fox, Mrs. Enos Kelley, Mrs.
R. V. Peters, of Bridgeport, Mrs.
i;| Francis Peters, Mrs. John Edmonds,
Mrs. William Dunne, Mrs. Edward
McGrath, Mrs. Joseph Kendrick,
Mrs. John Nevlns, Mrs. Michael Cal
lanan, Mrs. James Reilly, Mrs.
James Shanahan, Mrs. ’McCabe,
Mrs. William Fellows, Misses Rita
Sullivan, Lillian Deegan, Melba
Rossi, Margaret Edmonds, Imelda
Boyce, Helen Deegan, Agnes Ryan,
Mary Sweeney, Lorraine Tierney,
Mary Connelly, Leona Kelly, Mmy
Church, Kay Connell, Mary Dunn,
Agnes Shannahan, Agnes Larkin,
Helen Reilly, Mary Donahue, Helen
Halpln, Sadie Reilly and Catherine
Reilly.
Robert H. Blewltt of Eastwood
avenue, a sophomore at Brown uni
versity In Providence had as his
guest at the Beta Theta PI dance
for Dartmouth week-end, Miss
Bybill Perkins of Providence, a stu
dent at the Rhode Island School of
Design.
We Lead — In
Value and Service
There’s a reason why we have
so many thousands of satisfied
customers. We offer a service
equal to the highest priced
beauty salons—but always at a
low, modest price 1
All Branches
of HAIRDRESSING
always at modest prices
• • e e
GET ACQUAINTED with
CLAIRE. See for yourself this
large, beautiful, completely
equipped beauty shoppe.
NO APPOINTMENTS
ARE NECESSARY
CLAIRE
Waterbury’s Leading
BEAUTY SHOP
20 E. MAIN
41 S. MAIN 4*7Wi|)
BROWN BLDG.
Take Elevator at 20 E. Main St.
past and present and their wires
are asked to act as patrons and
Miss Ann McDonough is chalrlady
gthe affair and will be assisted
the following committee. Misses
Kay McCarthy, Dorothy McDon
ough, Mary As, Lynch, Mary E.
Lynch, Mary Mahoney, Anna Ma
honey, Mary McKenna Helen Brown
Virginia Regan, Peg Leahy, Helen
McKenna, Mrs. B. Tracy, Mrs Joyce
Mrs. Sullivan, Margaret Lynch and
Esther Shea.
The dance Is the first of its kind
to be given by the club and ex
tensive plans are being made for Its
success.
Dubonnet Club Has
Annual Dinner Dance
The Dubonnet club held Its an
nual dinner dance recently at
Waverly inn. The following guests
were present: Miss Gertrude Browh,
Fred Notes, Miss Genevieve Urba,
Samuel Morgan, Miss Mildred San
tora, Mlcahef Sirica, Miss Florence
Santora, John Pesce, Miss. Alice
Gustafson, Donald Hall, Miss Lil
lian McQuade, Fitch Guilford, Miss
Agnes Nelson, Joseph Callahan,
Miss Mary Sweeney, Otto Rechen
berg, Miss Dorothy Sweeney, Stan
ley Bartagowskl, Miss Helen Flore,
Jean Tracy, Miss Margaret Razler,
Frank Whelan, Miss Ceil Larrlvee,
John Sharkey, Miss Irene Loner
gan, Louis Bouley, Miss Eleanor
Holmes, B. Burrows, Miss Mary
Kellas, Fred Sage, Miss Margaret
Canavan, Raymond Cleveland,
Miss Marcella Mullins, James
Rlelly, Miss Ann Day, Harry Bag
ley, Miss Eleanor Murphy, Vincent
Maloney, Miss Alletta Clark, Des
mond Sullivan, Miss Claire Ou
lette, William Gullfolle, Miss Ger
trude Kern, Edward Farley, Miss
Edith Schwartz, Everett Slaman,
Miss Josephine Loilergan, Louis
Tucker, Miss Ruth Tucker, Wil
liam Lonergan, Miss Florence
Tucker, Clarence Tucker, Miss
Margaret Fitzgerald, Richard Can
field, Miss Mary Morris, Anthony
Marsano, Miss Helen O'Neill, Ed
ward Gill, Miss Hazel O’Neill, Ray
mond Broudtle, Miss Emma Hem
lock, Joseph Tram, Mr. and Mrs.
John Voss, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. An
tnony ureco, Mr. ana Mrs. juaa
Minor and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mott. There were also several
guests from Boston and New Bri
tain attending.
Miaa Edith Knudson
Tendered Shower
Mrs. Richard Parkinson of Naug
atuck was hostess at a shower given
In honor of Miss Edith Knudson of
Cooke street on Thursday evening.
A varied program of entertainment
was enjoyed. During the evening
a delicious luncheon was served.
The bride to be was presented with
a beautiful studio couch. Those at
tending were:
Mrs. E. Parkinson, Mrs. Frank
Wylong, Mrs. J. Callahan, Sr., Mrs.
J. Callahan, Jr., Mrs. Nell Callahan,
Mrs. E. Callahan, Miss Mazle Cal
lahan, Mrs. Mary Hearns, Mrs. E.
Tynan, Mrs. J. Morrissey, Mrs. D.
McCarthy, Mrs. Mary Shea, Mrs.
D. Quirk, Mrs. J. Curtin, Mrs. D.
Curtin, Mrft. B. Schmidt, Mrs. A.
Carroll, Mrs. N. Scanlon, Miss M.
Nolan, Olive Smith, K. Smith, Mrs.
L. Parkinson Smith, Mrg, H. Rod
man, Mrs. R. Parkinson, Mrs. N.
Mariano, Mrs. M. Chlswell, Mrs. J.
Barblero, Mrs. N. Donahue, Mrs. K.
Pecclnelll, Mrs. A. Galvin, Mrs, J.
D. Shea, Betty Shea, Mrs. E. Grant,
Mrs. M. St. John, Mrs. Carl Shea.
Mrs. M. Connell, Mae Garrick, Mrs.
M. Jones, Marie Leary, Mrs. M.
Fleming, Mrs. E. Gamache, Miss M.
Jones, Mrs. M. Bresnahan, Mrs. D.
Kasameks, Mrs. E. Brannlgan, Miss
M. Mariano, Mrs. E. Pryor, Mrs. L.
Hannon, Mrs. J. Patterson, Mrs.
Alice Cantonguay, Miss Mary Le
zotte, Miss Marguerite Knudson,
Miss Edith Knudson.
19 Laavi
Dial 4-4894
THE SHEIL SHOP
Anniversary Sale
Crepe Panties and
Step-Ins
Lace trimmed.
NEW LOT
Satin Chemise Panties
and Dance Sets
»
T,flcp trimmed. N
Future Bride
MISS MARY E. BRENNAN, R. N.
Mrs. Joseph Higgins of South Main street wishes to announce the com
ing marriage of her daughter, Mary Elizabeth Brennan to Benjamin F.
W. Reeve of Richmond Hill, N. Y. Miss Brennan is a graduate of the
Waterbury Catholic high School and also St. Mary’s Training School
for Nurses in Brooklyn, N. Y. She is now associated with the Willard
Parker hospital in New York. Mr. Reeve is associated with the O. R.
Kinney Company, Inc., of New York City.
Mrs. John oteck, or.
/s Guest ’At Party
A birthday party in honor of Mrs
John Stock, Sr., of Arch street wat
given recently by her daughter
Mrs. James Allen at her home or
Arch street. The honored guesl
was presented with many beautlfu
gifts. Those attending were: Mr
and Mrs.-James Steck, Mr. and Mrs
William Pierson, Mr. and Mrs
Ralph Kenyon, Mr. and Mrs. Jamei
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John Steck o:
New Milford, Mr. and Mrs. Eugeni
Steck and Mrs. John Steck, Sr.
Mrs Frank Dance and Mist
Adelaide Solomalt were hostesses
at a surprise greenback show®
given in honor of Miss Anna Danci
at the Chase Girls’ club Saturda:
night. Those present were thi
Misses Catherine and Mary Zap
pone, Sylvia Benevento, Eleanoi
George, Connie Cermola, Rose So
omlta, Anglyn Guidletta, Helei
Cecilia, Lena Palmier!,' Louisi
Mastropletro, Nellie Llelesk
Mary Cuillo, Jane and Anglyn De
Bane, Sylvia Copes, Mary Sfartz
Mary Orsinl, Winifred Spina. Eva
lyn Fusco, Mary Rosa, Marie Con
tlnello, Virginia Croce, Anns
Dance, Adelaide Solomlta, Mn
Gustave Santagotta, Mrs. Gene
vieve Moreno, Mrs. Vincenzo Av
ellani, Mrs. Mary Ralnone, Mrs
Vlncenza Ralnone, Mrs. Jamei
Fetro, Mrs. Carmela Grappl
Mrs. Marie Constantine, Mrs
Elizabeth Denze, Mrs. Pammlns
Solomlta, Mrs. Antolnetta Mar
rone, Mrs. Mary Trossanz, Mrs
Marietta D1 Battista, Mrs. Domen
lc Rosa, Mrs. Michael Emanuel
Mrs. Anhtony Lours, Mrs. Frenis
Mrs. Mary Dance, Mrs. Anthon;
Tomasiello, Mrs. Vlttoria Testa
Mrs. Albert Dance, Mrs. Johi
Christie, Mrs. Josephine Prlsti
Mrs. Ralph Clark, Mrs. Madellm
Tosta, Mrs. John Roy, Mrs. Car
mella Nappl.
Mrs. Mary Lamma, Mrs. Vert
Dance, Mrs. Mary Mlele, Mrs
Mary Damiano, Mrs. Mary Nlcele
Mrs. Lucy Dance, Mrs. Nanc;
Vltone, Mrs. James Aurlo, Mrs
John Reno, Mrs. Elizabeth Gisl
Mrs. Anglyn Duva, Mrs. Catherini
Paccaro, Mrs. J. Casetta, Mrs
uaseua, Mrs. uune muuui, mu
Francis Zappone, Mrs. Angeli
Zappone, Mrs. Jennie Pietro, Mri
Anthony Zello, Mrs. Steven Rain
one, Mrs. Margaret Baslla, Mre
Anna Emanuele, Mrs. John Roc
co, Mrs. Rose Anelll, Mrs. Johi
Valerio, Mrs. Anne Frenis, Mrs
Anglyn Petruccl, Mrs. Frank Zel
lo, Mrs. Florence Ella, Mrs. Lou
lse Voccla, Mrs. Marie DIVltc
Mrs. Anna De Rita, Mrs. Florenci
Baslle, Mrs. Rose Capoblancc
Mrs. James Dance, Mrs. Jennli
Qulntena, Mrs. Mary Manganarc
Mrs. Sersle De Floria, Mrs. Vln
cenza Valerio, Mrs. Mary Valeric
Mrs. Lleleskl, Mrs. Frank Raucc:
Mrs. Dorothy Chrlstofano, Mn
Frank Rose, Mrs. Lucy Massarl
Mrs. Nigrata Musu,™ rs. Flor
ence Daddona, Mrs. James Da
versa, Mrs Oena Blanchl, Mrc
Gabriel Clprlano, Mrs. Joseph Pie
tro, Mrs. Mary Onalfo and Mri
Frank Dance.
LUNCHES AND MEALS
ALWAYS READY
Good Service and Prompt
Attention
Dratehar ft Kick Cafe
16-18 HARRISON AVENUE
' Open Every Evening
Y. M. C. A.
BOWLING
ALLEYS
Open
Sundays
3 to 12 P. M.
Kecent Bride is
Guest At Shower
A greenback shower was given re
cently for Mrs. Joseph Oracle, the
former Alice Osborne, by Misses
Margaret and Anna Osbome and
Anna Labutls at the Osbome horns
on South Main street. The guests
Included: Kate Fitzpatrick, Mrs
William Osty>me, Anna Labutls, An
na Maze, Anna Savard, Barbara
Shopis, Orace Benedlth, Mary San
: tulli, Agnes Vackaviech, Susie Fitz
gerald, Eva Dalton, Margaret Car
1 ney, Lena Hayes, Elsie Mussino, Mri
Mansfield, Eva Glebes, Mary Fitz
gerald, Mrs. William Gleason, Bet
i ty DlLeone, Margaret Osbome, Mrs
: Brown, Lillian Snyder, Clondin
■ Voceanelll, Alice Martin, Christine
i Geghone, Doris McGuire, Mrs. Me
’ Gulre, Helen Santoro, Mary Lam
i bert, Louise Papa, Mrs. James Car
- roll, Genevieve Strokalaitis, Jo
’ sephlne Lahey, Julia Carey, Mrs
- Sugrue, Mary Bumgardner, Rache
i Ourzlo, Flora Brunl, Kitty Capanc
i Connie Bessettl, Margaret Shana
i han, Anna Osborne, Anna Moore
Florence Hallock, Annie Mitchell
, Eileen Mahoney, Margaret Senkus
Mrs. Timothy Cronin and Helei
Snyder.
The Daughters of Saint Georgi
will conduct a rummage sale oi
Thursday at 339 South Main street
The store will be open from 4 un
til 0 on Wednesday for those wish
lng to bring In arctlcles. Those un
able to do so are requested to cal
Mrs.-Frank Carey.
When rising from a dining tabic
It is good form to let the chat
remain where It is. Instead of push
lng It back Into place.
Lecturer Speaks
At Vj/omen ’* Club
Ulu Eunice Avery, well known
current events lecturer, addressed
the members of the Women’s club
yesterday afternoon at the club
quarters on Central avenue. The
speaker discussed the Itallan-Ethto
plan difficulties and declared that
the law of averages will prevent a
general European war. She declared
that It Is not right for Italy to take
colonies and new sources of raw
materials by force Just because the
country wants to expand.
Miss Avery referred to Italy and
Germany as the two bad boys of
Europe at the present time. A third
of Ethiopia Is Christian, a third Is
Mohammedan and a third is pagan,
the speaker Informed her audience.
Recent Bride Is
Tendered Party
Miss Bernice L. Hurlburt, who
was married October 19, to Elvln W.
Pierpont, was honored at a party at
Waverly Inn, October 16, by mem
bers of the Connecticut Light &
Power company. Those attending
were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lager
qulst, Ernest Greene, Grace Wolff,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond West, Mary
Noonan, Mary Jane Fltzmaurlce,
Joseph Mulcahy, Ceclle Moore, Jack
McKenna, Marion Gardner, George
Leary, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dunphy,
Naeml Anderson, Carl Larson,
Leona Corr, Tom Leonard, Alfred
West, Betty Mullen, Emmett Shutts,
Reginald Hurlburt, Mlml Altlerl,
Betty Spirt, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Wood
bury, Frank Vallone, Mr. and Mrs.
William Duncanson, Edward Calla
han, Joseph Cahill, Mr. and Mrs.
Burton Wames, Helene Binder,
John Mulhern, Violet Schulzlnsky,
Mildred Bumstead, Gertrude Rlor
dan, Walter Mitchell, Harry Huey,
David Coe.
Contract Bridge
HILLSIDE BRIDGE CLUB
In yesterday’s session' of the Hill
side Contract club conducted by
Mrs. Joseph Bergln, top scorers
were: Mrs. J£. J. Nielson and Mrs.
George Pierpont, 42 1-2; Mrs. Ar
thur Carey and Mrs. Chris Russell
substituting for Mrs. Raymond
Quinn and Mrs. Frank Daly, 34;
Mrs. Charles O’Connor and Mrs,
George Russell, substituting for
Mrs. William Shea, 34; Mrs. Frank
Gullfoile and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien
substituting for Miss Grace Daly
and Mrs. William Fitzgerald, 33.
The standing to date is as fol
O’Brlen-Hess, 164 1-2; Daly-Qulnn
162.
Couple Celebrate
Nuptial Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McHugh cel
ebrated their tenth wedding anni
versary at Sullivan’s inn recently
The guests included: Mr. and Mrs
John Bogort, Mr! and Mrs. Willian
Scully, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Iris
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Scholan, Mr
and Mrs. William Poetle, Sfr- and
Mrs. Timothy Horrlgan, Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Byrnes, Mr. and Mrs
Francis Reilly, Mr. and Mrs. Wll
4am O'Keefe, Miss Adrian Paradis
Francis Devereaux and Mr and Mrs
! Robert McHugh.
Miss Catherine R. Kenney waf
guest of honor at a farewell partj
1 given at the home of Mrs. Josept
Banslaben of Easton avenue or
1 Monday evening. Miss Kenney. wh<
will leave soon to take up her resi
dence in New York city was pre
, sented with a beautiful gift. Thos<
• present were: Regina Cyr, Bellt
■ LeClalr, Evelyn Stevens, Elsie Beni
and Mrs. Joseph Banslaben.
CONTRACT BRIDGE
By WM. E. McKENNEY
Sec retry of the American Bridge Luiu*
. Review the Bidding—Follow Up Every Detail of the Hand
r to Get Most Out of It, in Either Offense or Defense
solution w irtiiuin
i Contract Problem
By WM. E. McKENNEY
• Secretary, American Bridge League
• Have you ever noticed that some
• people, while reading a newspaper,
' will take In the headlines and thp
' first paragraph or two, while others
' will absorb the complejte story with
1 all Its details? Well, you will nev
; er make a good bridge player by
Just reading the headlines.
A good contract player has to be
• interested In the whole story. You
1 have to pay strict attention to the
’ bidding.
Even during the play of the hand,
’ you should keep reviewing the bld
' ding In detail to see If it cannot
'• give you some additional lnforma
• tlon on the hand.
Just take to-day’s hand and try
’ it out on some of your friends, and
' you will And that, In most cases,
' when South holds the second dia
• mond trick, he will try to plank
' down his ace of spades fot a trick.
Others, however, who have taken
time to go Into details will look at
the hand along these lines: North
made a free rate? In spades over
West’s two heart bid, showing good
support for spades. Nevertheless,
East has bid clubs and West goes
on to four hearts.
When North bids four spades,
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’ass Pass Pass
Opening lead—* A. •
Today's Contract Problem
South Is playing the con
tract at three no trump. East
hatf doubled his first bid of
one club. How can South
make the contract?
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• Solution In next issue. 80
East carries the contract to flvi
hearts, which certainly shows tha
East and West are short In spade*
Now, when you can see the dummy
it seems reasonable to figure Wes
out of spades.
Then, again, North did not opei
the spade suit, which probabl;
meant that he held so many spade
he was afraid his first spade trlcl
would be ruffed.
The Play
When the ace of diamonds hel<
the first trick, and North continue
with the five of diamonds, Wes
false carded by dropping his eigh
spot, but this should not fool South
If he had reviewed the hand as :
have, he would not be eager to casl
his ace of spades.
He also knew that his partnei
did not have the six of diamonds
otherwise, he would have led it in'
stead of the five spot. So now it i
easy for the thinking player to la]
down the king of diamonds on thi
third brick and defeat the contract
Trying the cash a spade trick be
fore playing the third dlamom
would permit declarer to make hi
contract
i copyright, INS, NBA Service, la
Sorority Completes Plans
For Annual Dinner Dance
A meeting of the Sigma Alpha
Tau Sorority was held last eve
ning at the .home of Miss Ellnore
Nalband on Earle street. Plans were
completed for the Harvest Dinner
Dance to be given at Hotel Bond,
trlbuted to members.
The next meeting will be held at
Personal
Mrs. J. K. Bronneke and Mrs. L.
J. Somers of this city are spending
severayl days In Washington, D. C.,
where they are registered at the
Dodge Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Clemenson
and, son Arthur of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
have taken up their residents In
this city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Boyle of
Oak street and Mrs. John Walsh of
Fairlawn avenue have returned aft
re visiting at Niagara university
where they were the guests of Mrs.
Walsh’s son, Donald Walsh, a stu
dent at the university.
The third Order of St. Francis
of the Immaculate Conception
church will meet this evening after
devotions In the lower church.
Fitzmaurice Group
Enjoys Dinner Dance
The committee in charge of the
"John Fitzmaurice Day” which was
held recently enjoyed a dinner dance
at Waverly Inn last evening. During
the evening a varied program of en
tertainment was enjoyed and several
vocal selections were rendered by
the following guests: John Fitz
maurice, Alice McGrath, William
Clasby, Frederick Hall and others.
Among the guests In attendance
were: Mr and Mrs John Fitzmaurice,
Mr. and Mrs Martin F. Hayden,
Mrs. Arthur Fragcau, Mr. and Mrs,
Henry A. Hayden, Mr. and Mrs,
Frederick Rochon, Mr. and Mrs,
nkovlnu north Mr anrl Mrs Prank
Malley, Mr. and Mrs. J. Galvin, Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Braun, Mr. and Mrs
Patrick Carlin, Jeanne McAvoy, Mr.
and Mrs. Patrick Hughes, Mr. and
Mrs. Prank X. Keefe, Mr. and Mrs
Vincent A. Scully, Julia Qullle and
James Crowe, Bessie Shea and John
McEvoy, Betty Sullivan and Thomat
Walsh, Grace Lawlor and Harold
Sheehan, Mary McGrath and Thom
as Purcell, Alice McGrath and Wil
liam Clasby, Mr. and Mrs. Marti!
Bowes, Freddie Hall, Mrs. Kellej
and T. Keating.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barbierl 01
Myrtle avenue were the guests 01
honor at a party tendered them b;
their lrlends. A buffet lunch wa
served and Mr. and Mrs. Barbler
were the recipients of many beau
tlful gifts. The guests present In
eluded the Misses Ray Biscont!
Mary Orso, Bertha Orso, Dololei
Paolonl, Albertha Orso, Bertha Pao
loni, Lucille Sicuranza of Har4tforc
and the Messrs. Joe Trainor, Mich
ael Blsconti, Yale Margioti, oJsepl
Detale, Otto Wookie, Nick Barbierl
Romeo Barbierl, and Mr. and Mrs
Phil Ronzello, the latter of Bristol
Miss Marie Canfield was elected
president of the Tri-Gamma soro
rity at the first meeting held Fri
day night at her home on Wood
lawn terrace. Other officers
chosen were vice-president, Mis!
Margaret Burke; secretary, Mis;
Peggy Boppeler; treasurer, Mis!
Alice Kiely.' Refreshments wer<
served following the meeting
Those attending were Misses Mar
garet Burke, Harriet Allen, Peg
gy Boppeler, Lorraine Arcand, Ma
bel Bristol, Margaret Brennan
Alice Kiely and Marie Canfield.
NOTICE
MARGARET A. GEDDES
will resume teaching of
PIANO, RHYTHM BAND,
HISTORY OF MUSIC NOV. 1st
Studio, 177 Willow St. Dial 3-3719
the home of Miss Rita Emons on
Falrlawn avenue.
Those attending were: Olive Ro
chon, Oenevleve Urba, Claire Ouel
lette, Anne Cimlnera, Ellnore Nal
band, Lynnea Oyllenhammer, Mar
garet McOra^h, Marge Dowling
Alice Morrissey, Ermlna Blrs, Loll
Slater, Rita Emons, Vivienne Wills
and Anne Mae Hamel.
Women Of Third
Church Plan Fait
Final plans for a Sample Fair tc
be held In December were made al
a meeting of the women of the
Third Congregational church helc
In the church basement last night
The event will be held following ex
tensive preparations which wen
decided upon at the meeting. Th<
gathering also considered plans foi
a Hallowe’en party for the mem
bers and friends which Is to be helc
In the church basement on nexi
Monday evening. Mrs. Harry Wa
terworth will be In charge.
Vocal selections were rendered b;
Rev. Gomer Lewis, Mrs. Mortor
Chipman, Mrs. George McDermott
Mrs. William Dllwlller, Mrs. Georgi
Callan was the accompanist. Read
lngs by Mrs. Lewis VonLott weri
also enjoyed.
During the evening tea was serv
ed, the hostesses being Mrs. Georgi
Knowles, Mrs. Paul Von DcBogari
ahd Mrs. Harry Pritchard.
Marywood Group
Elects Officers
The local chapter of Marywood
College Alumnae met laat evening
at the home of Miaa Marion Cav
anaugh of Hillside avenue. The
following slate of officers was elect
ed: Miss Marcella Corcoran, presi
dent; Miss Ann Toomey, vice pres
ident; Miss Mary Gibbons, record
ing secretary. Miss Marlon Cav
anaugh, corresponding secretary;
Miss Marlon Cass, treasurer, and
Miss Josephine O’Leary, loaf secre
tary.
Plans were discussed for the fu
ture activities of the group. It was
decided that the annual dance
of the group would be held
during the Christmas holiday sea
son. A committee for the affair
will be appointed at a future meet
ing of the chapter.
Mrs. Vincent Barnes was hostess
at a personal shower given at her
home in honor of Miss Camille Tel
esca who Is to be married to Ar
thur Grant In the near future. The
bride to be was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts. Those at
tending were Florence Anderson,
Catherine LoRusso, Mary McEvoy,
Beatrice Romaine, Anna Barber,
Daisy Dudley, Helen Kamansky,
Florence Bruslle, Alma Shedrlo,
Theresa Schrolder, Peggy Fuller,
Phyllsa Tessltone, Mrs. D. Telesca,
Mrs. G. Frlsble, Mrs. R. Fuller, Mrs.
H. Guerrera, Mrs. V. Telesca, Mrs.
E. Scott, Mrs. M.' McCrlstle, Mrs.
I J. Sullivan, Mrs. E. Manclni and
Mrs. Rose.
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WEDNESDAY SPECIALS
| At Waterbury’s Most Popular Market — 14 tojjj NORTH MAIN ST
STEAKS c£“ ib 2t&
ROUND - SIRLOIN or SHORT “
CHICKEN DINNER Za,
1 Fresh Fowl — 3 lbs Potatoes All
1 Soup Bunch — 1 Loaf Breadfor ^
FRANKFORTS m PolUh BOLOGNA
BOLOGNA 1 |h BLOOD RINGS
VEAL LOAF I IU MINCED HAM
2 lbs BEEF STEW
3 lbs POTATOES
1 SOUP BUNCH...
ALL
FOR
39c
Sliced Calves Liver.. ft 32c
Sliced Dried Beef... lb 35c
Fresh Sausage Meat ft 26c
MOHICAN MEADOWBROOK — OUR BEST ,
BUTTER 2 »b» 5 Jtj
LAND O’ LAKEp Mild <fl Meadowbrook EGOS gk
CHEESE .Ib *1 C| To Poach, Boll, Fry, doi<3 I V
Breakstone^ oP;a^ncar:X CreamCHEESE lb 29c
CONN. VALLEY YELLOW ONIONS . 10 lb bag 13c
NEW CROP LARGE BRAZIL NUTS ...t........ lb 17e
EXTRA LARGE RIPE BOSC PEARS.doz. 39c
FANCY WHITE MUSHROOMS .. lb 25c, 3 lb bskt. 69c
Fancy White HALIBUT STEAK, lb 21c
WEDNESDAY’S SPECIAL PENNY BARGAINS!
WALDORF TOILET TISSUE.3 roll* 15c oc 4 for 16c
CUT RITE WAX PAPER.1 roll 10c dt 2 for lie
GOLD MEDAL PANCAKE FLOUR.2 pkfs 20c or 3 for 22o
MOHICAN MINCE MEAT.2 pkfa 20c or 3 for 21e
CARNATION OR PET MILK.2 small cans 8c or 3 for 0c
SHREDDED COCONUT.1 pound 23c or 114 lbs *4e
CALA SEEDLESS RAISINS.2 lbs 20c or 3 for 21c
FULL STRENGTH AMMONIA.1 tall bot 10c or 2 for lie
ELBO MACARONI.2 lbs 20c or 3 for 21e
FREE RUNNING SALT.2 pkgs 8c or 3 for 9o
WHIPPED
CREAM
Assorted Fresh
ROLLS
2 doz 25c
PUFFS
6 for 23^
BUNS=>zl3c
COMPLETE 4-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE
Regularly $109. . . . You save $50
on this Modern Complete Bed
room. Here are the pieces—full
size bed. dresser, vanity and
chest. The suit Is walnut finished
and has a very Interesting two
tone effect.
2-Pe. TAPESTRY SUITE
Regularly $59.
. . . You save
$20.00 on this
2-piece living
room offer. A
large sofa and
odd chair well
upholstered in tapestry.
You can buy the extra chair for $14Jf
OIL
HEATERS
Buy warmth* ^ J a{*
for this wln-0 | ■ JJU
’ ter now.
1 Pipeless type I
heaters In Jj, JL
[ walnut flnlsh
, ed cabinets at this very low
price.
. . . -'J ■ .. ' viv-'ij v' A
Fine Dependable Furniture”
JUNCTION SOUTH MAIN, SCOVILL AND BH
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY UNTIL 8 P.

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