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SOCIETY SOCIAL FUNi CTIONS I Ladies* Aid To Hold Silver Tea Mrs. John C. Walker of the Sec ond Congregational church will apeak and show pictures on “Cube”, at the 8ilver Tea to be given by the Ladies’ Aid society of the Mill Plain Union church Tuesday, Apnl 17, at 2 p. m. in the church gym nasium. Mrs. Ormand Reed's work group will be in charge of refresh ments and Mrs. Ralph Roberts' group will supervise the dining room. All women of the commun ity are invited to attend. Mrs. Roberts’ group will hold a rummage sale Friday at 9:30 a. m. at 22 Savings street. The annual all group card party of the Ladles' Aid will be held on April 25 at the church gymnasium. Mrs. Reed’s work group will super vise the dining room, Mrs. Roberts' group will be in charge of refresh ments, and Mrs. Joseph Mulkerns group, will be in charge of prizes. Mrs. Pelletier Feted By Aunt Mrs. James Hyland, Lounsbury street, entertained recently in hopor of her niece, Mrs. Leon Pellitler the former Annette Carpentier, of Stanley avenue, Oakville. Mrs. Pel litier received a hand carved coffee table from those attending who included: Miss Grace Miller, Miss Eileen Olson. Miss Mary Shelley, Mrs. Robert Sutton, Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. Mary Shea, Mrs. Frank Law lor, Mrs. George Conrad, Mrs. John McWeeney, Mrs. Martin Lodge, Mrs. William Meehan, Jr., Mrs. Harry Carpentier, Mrs. Helen Hum bert, Mrs. Albert Johnson, and Mrs. John Hyland. Personal Mr. and Mr*. Charles Heaven. Prospect street, and Mr. and Mrs Douglas C. Heaven of Watertown have returned after spending a va cation fci Atlantic City where they were registered at the Jefferson. John F. Teh an, son of Alderman and Mrs. Martin J. Tehan, Baldwin street, has returned to St. Mary’s Seminary. Palond Park, Baltimore, Md., where he Is a student. Miss Doris Jacaruso. Bank street, and Miss Anne Bartco, Hartford, are spending a few days in New York City. Paul E. Fenton and W. P. Fergu son, Middlebury, are vacationing at The Cloister. Sea Island, Oa Leon H. French. Woodside avenup, is also at The Cloister. James A. Lord, son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lord, Willow street, has been elected Deputy Grand Knight of the Mt. St. Mary College and Seminary Council, Knights of Columbus, Emmitsburg, Md. Mr. Lord has been financial secretary of the council for the past year. § Hon* THE SITUATION: You borrow a small amount of food from a neighbor and she tells you not to bother to bring it back. WRONG WAY: Take her at her word and don’t repay what you borrowed. RIGHT WAY: Repay the things you borrow, however small they may be. A Gale Scoop! =FALCON= Cameras Can be finished in Sixe 3x4 CANDID TYPE 16 Pictures for the price of 8. USES £ C Genuine No. 127 Film $ % •W 3 , , or A. 8 Film Graf Lcn* COMPLETE WITH CASE and SHOULDER STRAP F Jewelers 52 E. 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City. 1 (WATERBURY SAVINGS BANK | 60 NORTH MAIN STREET BAZAAR PLANNED BY MARY ABOTT CLUB Plana for a slimmer bazaar were made by the aMry Abbott Commun ity club at a meeting held last night at the aMry Abbott school. George Marrone was named chair man of arrangements. Twenty new members were welcomed into the organization by Albert Wilke, presi dent. wHk its wetV, tired folisgs? If functional periodic disturbances make you feel nervous, tired, restless— at such times—try this great medicine —Lydia E. Plnkbam's Vegetable Com pound to relieve such symptoms. Taken regularly—it helps build up resistance against sucb distress. Also a grand stomachic tonic.Follow label directions. F0RMmL CLOTHES TO R.E:!T We Guarantee To Fit Any Size. Formats, Weddings Special Appointments Far Oot Of Town Weddings IMBIMBO'S 39 ONION ST. DIAL 3-8896 Open Eves. Tfl I a Clock RUGS SHAMPOOED Hlfheat Quality Work By Expert* THOMAS on WORKS 64 PEARL ST. 3-7195 FURS and Fox Costa and Neck Pieces UP TO DATE FUR SHOP 1ST S. Buy War Bands I Stamps To Attend Dinner "■■Il w. 1 "*.i MRS. EDWARD J. McDONALD Mrs. McDonald, a member of the Democratic State Central committee, will attend the Jefferson Day dinner, to be given Saturday evening at the Hotel Taft, New Haven. The dinner will be held In conjunction with similar affairs throughout the country under the sponsorship of the Democratic National Committee. Current Rationing Regulations MEATS AND BUTTER Red Stamps T-5 through Z-5 and A-2 through P-2, in Book Iv, each worth 10 points, are now valid. Stamps T-5 through X-5 will expire April 28. Stamps Y-5 and Z-5 and A-2 through D-2 will expire June 2. Stamps E-2 through J-2 will be valid through June 30. Stamps K-2 through P-2 will expire July 31. PROCESSED FOODS Blue stamps C-2 through X-2 each worth 10 points, are now valid. Stamps C-2 through G-2 expire April 28. Stamps H-2 through M-2 expire June 2. Stamps N-2 through S-2 expire June 30. Stamps T-2 through Z-2 expire July 31. SUGAR Sugar stamp 35 in Book IV, valid for five pounds, will be in force through June 2. An additional sugar stamp will be validated May 1. SHOES Airplane stamps 1, 2, and 3 in Book III are each valid for one pair of shoes indefinitely. GASOLINE A-15 coupons are valid for four gallons each through June 21. B-6, C-6, B-7, and C-7 coupons are valid for five gallons each. Applicants for all gas rations must now present mileage ration records to the local ration board with the application. FUEL OIL Period four end five coupons of the 1943-44 issue and period one, two. three, four and live coupons of the 1944-45 issue are valid to Aug. 31. All coupons are worth 10 gallons per unit. SOLID FUELS No delivery of any solid fuel will be permitted until the consumer files a consumer declaration with the coal dealer. The maximum amount of "scarce solid fuel” permitted for delivery between April 1, 1945 and March 31, 1946 is 80 per cent of the annual requirements. Coal dealers are per mitted to deliver 50 per cent between April 1 and September 1. "Scarce solid fuel” Indicates anthracite, eastern coke, bituminous coal, and briquets. Miss Niver Weds Wilmot Platt Jr. Miss Janice E. Niver. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pen ten Niver. Sudbury street, and Wilmot Platt. Jr., BM-c. U.S.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Platt. Miami, Fla., were united In marriage Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Bunker Hill Congre gational church. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Alan M. Fair bank, pastor. The bride was attired in a char treuse woll suit, white and match ■ g accessories and an orchid cor sage. Miss Margaret A. Munson, Hamden, served as maid of honor for her cousin, wearing a navy blue dress, black and white accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Royal Bristol, Woodbury, an uncle of the bride, was best man. A wedding reception for members of the immediate families and friends was held at the home of the bride’s parents, Mrs. Niver receiv ing in a black dress suit, black ac cessories and a corsage of gardenias. The couple left on a wedding trip to Miami, Fla., where they will take up their residence. Mrs. Platt is a graduate of Crosby High school, and her husband is a graduate of Miami Edison high school, Miami, Fla. He is stationed at Stamford and is at present on a 30-day leave. G. /. Wives Hold Meeting Members of the G. I. Wives met recently at the Central Y. M. C. A. and Louise Gould, club advisor, read the invocation. A poem, written by Sgt. Karl D. Beach, with the Eighth Air Force in England, and dedicated to the G. I Wives Club, was read. Members of the club have volun teered to sort clothes at the Armory in connection with the United Na tional Clothing Collection. Due to several requests to enlarge the club by admitting new, members, an amendment to the constitution was made. Women*8 Club Has Annual Luncheon A program of poetry and song was presented by Anne McClure Heilman, Fairfield, at the annual luncheon of the Waterbury Wo men’s club yesterday afternoon at the clubrooms. Among the original poems read by Mrs. Heilman, who is the au thor of the two poetry books "Star Holiday” and "Star Spangled Ho rizons" were: “The Mirror", con cerning the place of youth in our scheme of things today "Then I Shall See’, which deals with the philosophy of the blind; and “Eces tasy”, a childhood memory of a baking day. Following the reading of several others works, a group of piano selections were offered by Henry S. Montague, chairman of the Musical Research club of Bridgeport. His program included: "Chair de Lune”, by Debussey and selections from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Mendelssohn. Mr. Montague also accompanied Mrs. Heilman when she sang several of her poems set to music, including "Deny Me Not My Dreams”, “Moon Magic”, which she read earlier, and "Daffodil Gold”. She concluded her program with the reading of a humorous poem "I’m Going To Be In A Play”, about a little boy who was going to play the part of a tree; "Inspira tion”, describing the encourage ment given by a kind word; and a song "Beauteous Swan”. Mrs. Robert T. Baldwin, West port, president of the State Federa tion of Women’s clubs, addressed the group briefly during the lunch eon. Mrs. Thomas E. Thibeau, Hamden, spoke of the county meet ing to be held at the New Haven Women's club, April 30. Those attending, are asked to bring a box lunch. Dessert will be provided by the New Haven club. Mrs. John W. Casey, vice-president of the Waterbury Junior Women's Club, reported on the work of the Junior club, during the Sixth War Loan Drive. Mrs. Clifford A. Tee pie, Naugatuck, secretary of the State Federation; and Mrs. Leon Corliss, Naugatuck, president of the Naugatuck Women's Club, were also guests of honor. The luncheon was under the su pervision of the room committee, Mrs. James W. Abercrombie, chair man, and the program was under the direction of the program com mittee, Miss Ruth I. Todd, chair man. Luncheon music was pro vided by the Imperial Trio; Mrs. Adelene Russell, Miss Bertha Cady and Mrs. Brone Rasims Lucas. Mrs. William J. Wolf, president, Introduced the guests of honor. KIWANIANS HEAR TALK ON ELECTRONICS TODAY Use of electronics in the postwai world was described by Lawrence Duryee, engineer for the Connecti cut Light and Power Co., at a meet ing of the Kiwanis club this nooi at «hc Elton. 8IX IMPORTANT RULES Vacuum cleans and washing machines may not be weapons of war, but they can help in the war Job. A recent WPB release reminds us that by caring for household equipment, they can ease the strain on factories making vital war mechanical equipment. Caring for home machines, par ticularly those with movable parts. Is an important Job for the home front. Everybody knows these machines are almost Impossible to replace, now the WPB tells us how to keep them In good working order. "Observe these six rules," says the WPB* 1. Keep your machines and motors ( W<2J^rotect them from weather and rust. 3. Repair and care for home ap pliances. 4. Lubricate ball and roller bear 5. Share the ride and share the equipment. g Sell equipment not being used. Club Notes A meeting of the SS. Peter end Paul Mothers' club will be held to night at 8:15 in the school hall. All members are urged to attend. Mrs. Marcel Young, president, will pre side. The Itallan-American Women's Democratic club will meet Friday, April 13. at 8 p.*m., at the studio of Miss Doris Jacaruso, Bank street. Plans to hold a banquet at Llft the-Latch Inn. Mlddlebury, on May 8, were made last night at a meet ing of the Bunker Hill King’s Daughters. The Concordia Ladles' auxiliary Junior Women To Meet Tonight Richard Forester will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Water bury Junior Women's Club this : evening at 8 o'clock at the club ; rooms. Miss Marjorie Lewis, pres* 1 ldent, will preside. ; The program will be under the , supervision of a special committee, , headed by Miss Lewis. The convention of the Connectl- . cut Junior Club will be held Sun day, May 8, In Bristol. j will meet Friday at 8 p. m. at Con- 1 cordia hall. Mrs. Burton Beecher ‘ will preside. BUT WAR BONDS and STAMPS i Contract Bridge CORNELL BRIDGE CLUB High scorer* In the city daiBa. hip tournament for the Oorerner Raymond K. Baldwin trophy, held , ast night at the Cornell Bridge ?lub. under the direction of Mia. fohn C. Mortarty, 60 Linden street, rere: North and south, Frank Bul ivan and Mrs. E. J. Netlson, «0 1-3; kelson Adducl and Mrs. Joseph Vedge, 113; east and west, Vincent Celly and Arthur Leece, 110 1-3; drs. Joseph Riley and Mrs. Jama* Valsh, 105. The official stand * g: dr. Sullivan and Mr*. Neilson, !39 1-3; Mr. Kelly and Mr. Leece, 138; Mr. Adducl and Mrs. Wedge. S35 1-2; Mrs. Nelson Squires and drs. Joseph Riley, 333. How land-Hughes "Waterbury's Friendly Deportment Store" Store Hours Thursday 12 Noon Til 9 P. M. 9 ♦ i < ♦ personality / 6 ty •IQ-95 It’s bow soft for date time — trim and neat for day time. A song of a dress with its smart cap sleeves, and reed slim waist. Cool and crisp in small patterned print on white grounds of rayon crepe. Sizes 10 to 20. V That clean cut look Suits • 39-95 The jacket with the pop ular one botton closing, neck high cardigan neck line plus the pencil straight skirt make perfect compan ions for that clean cut look. Fabrics of gabardine, doe skin and menswear grey flannel. High shades of rasp berry, lime, gold. Sizes 10 to 18.