Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 15, 1967 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, April 15, 1967
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Pogt 2 - NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Sot., April 15, \W MISS LINDA CARLSON (Thibodeou) Linda M. Carlson To Marry William]. Woll Mr. and Mrs. Carl W, Carlson, QUinn Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Marie Carlson, to Mr. William James Woll, son of Mr, and Mrs. William J, Woll, Anaheim, California, formerly of Naugatuck. The v,-edding is planned July 1 at 11 o'clock In St. Francis Church. Miss Carlson a graduate of Naugatuck High School and is employed in the Data Processing Department of the liisclon Manufacturing Company. Also a graduate of Kauga- tuck High School, Mr. Woll will be a June graduate of Waterbury State Technical College where he is majoring In tool and raanuia-cturiiig engineering technology. He is presently em- 'ployed at the Colonial Texaco •Station, Waterbury, Shepherd Lodge To Hold Stated Communication Shepherd Lodge No. 78 will hold their Stated communication Tuesday Evening April 18th In the Temple at 7:30 P.M. Vernon E. Williams, Worshipful Master, will preside In the East and conduct the business meeting. A summary of the 179th Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge A.F. A.M. of Connecticut held In Hartford April 5, 6 will be given by the Junior Warden, Protem. A social hour will follow. • Mississippi is called the Magnolia State. MISS FRANCINE BAUKUS (Wyckoff) Francine Baukus Engaged To Mr. John C. Fruin Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Baukus, 28 Beacon Wood Court, announce the engagement oflhelr daughter, Francine, (o Mr. John C. Fruln Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John c. Fruln Sr., 4 Alma Street. Miss Baukus Is a graduate oJ Naugatuck High School anti is employed as a secretary wilh the Bristol Company. Mr, Fruln is also a graduate of Naugaluck High School and Is a junior student at Cenlral Conn- ecllcul Stale College where he Is majoring In elementary education. The couple wil! be married In June of 19C8, i i r A london "peawup" fog, wa read, tan coit that city at much ai $5 million a day. "Pmioup?" Soundi mor« lik* diampagnd Craft Day Set ' By Artists And Writers Sunday, April 16, Is Craft Day for Artists and writers of Connecticut Incorporated, at 3 p.m. in the Community House next to the Woodbury Town Hall. Members are requested to bring paintings, crafts and literature. After a brief business meet- Ing there will be an open discussion of works exhibited. Members bringing a sample of their work will be asked (o tell about (heir particular craft. We urge all members to attend and make Craft Day a success. A Pot Luck Supper will follow. Homemakers Will Meet Tuesday The next regular meeting of the Salem Homemakers will be held Tuesday, April 18 at 10:30 •.m. In the YMCA. Mrs. Walter Baker, president, will conduct (he business meeting. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected at this meeting. Coffee and dessert will be •erved at noon. Hostesses for the day will be Miss Ida Hotchkiss, Mrs. Charles Kohn, Mrs. Andrew McLaren, and Mrs. John Malone. New members are cordially invited to Join the Homemakers. The club Is affiliated with the Extension Service of the Uni- Tersity of Connecticut, Storrs, with many Interesting programs offered to Interested clubs. Some of the subjects coveredby the Extension Service are: furniture refinlshing, floral arranging, new fabrics for decorating, outdoor cooking and many others. Pamphlets are sent regularly to members from the Extension Service with information and Ideas on new services being offered to the public including such Items as the hazards of the convenient spray can. There Is no age limit for members and all women of the borough are Invited to Join. Card Party Fashion Show Monday Evening Miss Clarice Brockman, genera] chairman of the forthcoming Card Party and Fashion Show to be given by the Uni- Royal Girls' Club, announced loday that arrangements are complete for the gala showing. The event will be held Monday evening, April nth, at the Prospect Street SchoollnUnion City. This fashion showing will be rather unique, according to Miss Brockman. It will mark the first time that UniRoyal products have be en shown in this area. In addition to footwear, models will display rainwear, clothing, bathing attire and other company products. A New Haven concern consented to supply the necessary apparel to compliment the UniRoyal products. Leslie C. White, footwear designer for the local Footwear Plant, will act as commentator for the Fashion Show. Mr. White is a world traveler and each year attends the leading fashion couturiers' salons In Paris, Rome, and Madrid as well as. the Oriental trends. White Is considered one of the leading «hoe fashion designers In the country, and it Is expected that bis comments at the fashion «how will be Informative as well as Interesting. Models from UniRoyal Inc. Include Bebe Graves, Judy Knobf, Lois Carrier, Carole Zaza, Gerry Clark, Hilda Des- marals, Cynthia Mareke, Lucky Handles, Dennis Clisham, Joseph Pagalla, Harold Savell- Vlek, Genevleve Buraczewskl, Vlnce Grlgnano and Frank Faz- zlno, Miss Brockman noted that another flrst as regards this Showing Is the use of male models. Because of the many Industrial and sports products to be shown it Is expected that Monday night's audience will Include gentlemen as well as ladles. Assisting Miss Brockman In arranging for the card party and fashion show were Betty Graben, Carole ZaZa, Ann Williams, Helen Furs, Glnney Ma- sdka, Janette Taylor and Liz Dullard. Refreshments will be served during the evening, and assisting In serving will be Lynn Navllle, Mary Ann Manclnl, Doreen Wooster, Nancy Aqua- vla, Paula Membrlno, Jean Karwacki, Janice Stephens, Lee Burns, Dorothy Clard, Sharon B. Graben, Donna McGee, Christine Burke and Katlry Aqua via. Egghead Nixes Exam Cram COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (UPI) — A counselor at Texas A and M University thinks students make too much fuss about staying awake all night to study for final examinations. "I think two hours on one subject is long enough for a, single study session," Austoi^ S. Kerley, director of the university's counseling and test- Ing center, said, "Several review times are suggested ovei one lengthy session." He said rest and a clear mind are among the best things a student can take Into an exam. "One advantage of studying all night before a final examination Is that it jrfves you a beautiful alibi for failure," lie said. MRS. SERAFINO GENOYESE Miss Pereira Becomes Bride Of Mr. Serafino Genovese At 11 o'clock this morning, the Rev. A. Michael Tarnburi solemized the marriage of Miss Lucy Alfonso Pereira, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jose M. Pereira, 35 Hoadley Street, and Mr. Seraflno Francis Genovese, son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Seraflno Genovese, In a double ring ceremony at St. Francis Church. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a sleeveless scoop necked gown of white crepe with a floorlength lace overblouse fashioned with fitted sleeves. Her fingertip veil fell from a matching pillbox and she carried a bouquet. Miss Judith Ann Patren attended the bride as maid of honor with Miss Mandy Pereira, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Tama Tramposch, sister of the groom, as bridesmaids. All were dressed in gowns identical to the bride" sin chartreuse. Their head pieces were Dior bows and they carried bouquets of yellow carnations, Miss Tainrny Tramposch, niece of the groom, was flower girl. Mr. Hanford Bates, friend of the groom, served as best man with Mr. Joseph Pereira, brother of the bride and Mr. James Ginch jr. oi Danbury, serving as ushers. Master Scott Tramposch, nephew of the groom, acted as ring bearer. A reception at the Fieldstone Restaurant followed the ceremony where the bride's mother received the 150 guests from Long Island, Massachusetts, New York andstirroundingCon- necticut towns in a yellow sheath dress with matching coat and accessories. The gown of the bride and her attendants, as well as the dress of the bride's mother, were hand fashioned by the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Genovese left on a wedding trip to New York and Washington, D.C. for which the bride wore a chartreuse and purple coatdress ensemble with matching accessories. They will make their home at 83 Lake Avenue, Danbury, when they return. Mrs. Genovese Is a graduate of Naugatuck High School and Danbury State College. She is a fifth grade teacher with the Sandy Hook School System. Mr. Genovese Is a graduate of Danbury High School and Salem College, West Virginia. He is employed by Qualltron Corporation of Danbury. . ft MISS CAROLYN FAMULARO Carolyn Famularo To Wed Mr. Joseph T. Cavilaro Mr. and Mrs. Charles Famularo, 181 Gorman Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carolyn Ann, to Mr. Joesph Thomas cavllarl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joesph Cavllarl of Oak vine. A graduate of Naugatuck High School, Miss Famularo is presently a senior al Stamford Hospital School of Nursing and will, graduate In May. Mr. Cavilaro attended Avoca High School, Pennsylvania, has attended the University of-Hawall and Is presently employed as an Industrial engineer at Brunswick Corporation, Tor. rlngton. The wedding will take place In St, Francis Church on September 2 at 10 o'clock. SCSC Women Students Held Variety Show NEW HAVEN, - A 60-member cast took part in the presentation of the 'Wilkinson Follies," a variety show produced by the residents of Wilkinson Hall at Southern Connecticut State College recently. The title of the revue was •Mad About Manhattan* and it was written and directed by Elizabeth Harrison of West Haven and Lynn Brennan of Trumbull. Faculty advisors are Mr. and Mrs, Robert M. Droblsh. Mlchele Gilbert of Easton was the production manager, and Patricia Thyren of Kauga- tuck was the set designer. ilarcy Schulman of West Hartford was the musical director. Choreographers included Carolyn GuzzJ of Bridgeport; . Elaine BlumeneauofSprtngdale and Barbara Kinnirey of Portland. Anna. Mae Zdanowlcz of Mlddletown was In charge of properties. Arlene Smith of Mlddletown was In charge of tickets. Brenda Hershatter of West Haven was publicity chairman and Cynthia Lasky of Waterbury was in charge of technical effects. Dancers who took part included: Miss Blumeneau,MlssGuz- zl, Maureen Donahue of Waterbury, Carol Keenan oi Groton Point, Marcia Vachss of Slam- ford, Cheryl Carlson of Kensington, Karen Wooster of Wolcott, Patricia Zbikowskt of Terryville, and Miss Zdanowicz. Members of the chorus were: Elaine Dawson of Mlddletown;. Marilyn Reid of Manchester, Susan Warner of MiddBetown, Jacqueline Henderson of Plymouth, Gretchen Berting of Hillside, N.J., Jean Pizzuto of Stratford, Susan Robertson of Stony Creek, Mary McGuire of Canaan and Miss Kinnirey. The 'Stars' of the production were: Debora Meyers of Long Beach, N.Y., Jan Hungerford of Wethersfield, Charlotte Roodhuyzen of Westporl, Ann Simpson of Darien, Virginia Pepe of Bridgeport, and Donna Reulbach of West Hartford. •Times Are A Changin" was sung by Susan Collett of Meriden, Sandra Wheeler of Uncas- .'vllle, Jerra Smith of Avon, and Pamela Stewart of Stamford. Lynn Pesak of East Norwalk offered 'My Coloring Book* and "Lullaby of Broadway* while Miss Roodhuyzen and Miss Simpson presented 'Two Lost Souls.' Francine Beaulleu of Terryville sang 'Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat* and Joanne Kick of Durham offered •Wouldn't it be Loverly,* and Miss Blumeneau presented a dance solo,'HarlemNocturne.* The revue included two acts and 16 scenes. Cerebral Palsy Group Meets Wednesday Plans for the Annual Meeting of United Cerebral Palsy of the Greater Waterbury Area, Inc. to be held Wednesday, May 10th at the Harten House In Waterbury were announced at the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors by Mrs. George Spencer and Mrs. Ackley Shove, Jr., Co-chairmen of the event. Tentative plans for this dinner meeting, which will be preceded by a social hour, will provide for brief reports on the year's activities, election of officers and directors for the coming year, and a speaker yet to be announced. Invitations and copies of the program will be mailed shortly, but the co-chairmen announced that all members, of the community will be welcome and may make reservations by calling the United cerebral Palsy office, 756-7843. Sausage Bakes With Apple Slices For a Tempter Savory pork sausage patties with cinnamon - sugared apple allces can come to breakfast, lunch or supper I The dish has a »lmple goodness which appeals either by Itself or in combination with other foods. For patties which are at their palatable best, meat authority, Reba Staggs suggests shaping and browning the pork sausage patties before they're placed on top of the apples for baking. Serve this as a lunch or supper with freshly baked bread, or with pancakes or waffles and chilled glasses of milk. Sausage-Apple Bake 1V4 pounds fresh bulk pork sausage 2 cans (20 ounces each) unsweetened, sliced apples, drained % cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon Shape sausage Into 12 patties. MISS DONNA EVENSEN Miss Evensen Fiancee Of Mr. William Ross Music In Motion To Be Presented At High School On April 19, at 8:00 p.m. the Modern Dance Club of Naugatuck High School, will present In the school auditorium a dance concert entitled "Music In Motion." There will be thirteen numbers included In the program. There will be songs such as: "The Little Green Men From Mars," "Rainbow Rhapsody", "Shadow of Your Smile" and many others. Admission will be one dollar for adults and fifty cents for students. Tickets may be purchased from any of the members of the Modern Dance Club. Mrs. Barbara O'Brien Is the club advisor. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy O, Evensen of Trowbrlcige Place, Naugatuck, announce the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter, Miss Donna Joyce Evensen to Mr. William J. Ross,Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William J.Ross, Sr. of Harding Street, New Britain. Miss Evensen Is a graduate of Central Connecticut State College, New Brllaln and Is presently a teacher In the Naugatuck School System. Mr. Ross was also graduated from Central Connecllcul State College and is working In Indianapolis, Indiana as a Sales Represenlative for the Russwln Division of the Emhart Corporation. The wedding Is .planned for June 24 In the Salem Luthern Church. MISS ELAINE FRATESI (Merin Studio) Miss Fratesi To Become Bride Of Roger Sundberg Cheese Snacks Serve cheese nibbles for appetizer or a snack. Sift together 1 cup of com meal, 2 cups of sifted all purpose flour and 1 teaspoon of salt. Cut In 1 cup of shortening. Stir In 1 cup of grated cheese. Add 1% cups of milk and stir until combined. Using a pastry bag with '/2-lndi tip, squeeze dough into 2-lnch bar, spiral, pretzel or initial shapes on ungreased cooky sheets. Bake In preheated 375-degree oven about 30 minutes. Cool. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese or salt. Makes about 7 dozen. Cook until lightly browned on both sides. Combine apples, sugar and cinnamon. Place In an 8- inch square baking dish. Arrange patties on top of apples, Bake In a moderate oven (350'P.) 30 minutes. 6 servings. Mrs. Arniand Fratesi, 1!8 Birch Lane, announces the en- gagemenl of h e r daughter, Elaine, to Mr. Hoger Sundberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. najph Sundberg, 320 Park Avenue. , Miss Fratesi, who Is also ^he daugliler of the late Mr. Fralesl, Is a graduate of Naugaltick High School and the University ofc^n- nectlciit where she received Ijer BS degree in clilld development! She Is presently a teacher In the Hartford School System. Her fiance is also a gradftltfl of Naugaluck High School and graduate of theschoolofbusiness administration al the University of Connecticut whore lie was a member of Hie Slgna Phi Ep- sllon Fraternity, He Is currently a Second Lieutenant with .the United States AirForcestalloried at Webb Air Force Base. : "

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