Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 3, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, October 3, 1949
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j ^^^~ H— T-JJ-— -— ^ ._ . -. — —_ ..... ,. .„..-.——., ...^—... -, i Wi;»^ .-V.-.--;,— , ,.__,i-,— •"--•- —, - < —-__ -I..I I | _~_ Social-Personal Fraternal 300 A/ttend Junior Club's Show, Party Approximately 300 members and guests of the Naugatuck Junior Women's Club attended a fashion show and dessert-bridge held Friday evening in Pythian hall. Amonj those attending were: Mrs. Russell C. Adams, Mrs. John Halasik, Mrs. Ralph Pronovost. Mrs. William Ernst, Jr.,, Mrs. Mario Schiaroli, Mrs. Harry Bergen. Jr., Mrs. John Donnelly, Mrs Philip D. Connell, Mrs. Alice Ratkiewich, Mrs. G. A. (Brown, Sophie Cornish. Mrs. Seabury Hungerford. Mrs. Harry E. Needham. Helenanne Donovan. Sally Fitzgerald, Mary Margaret Donovan. Mrs. Arthur Pearson, Mrs. Hilding Olson. Mrs. E. L. Borg. Mrs. Martin O'Rourke, Mrs. George Barlow. Mrs. Edward S. Noble, Ann Reilly, Phyllis Morris. Bernice Neal, Arietta Durr. Jean Campbell, Mrs. Edward Phalen. Dorine Durr, Mrs. Frederick Foetsch. Helen Mai. Mrs. F. C. Hubbell. Kathleen O'Brien. Genevieve Olson. Mary King, Mary Hodavante. Mrs. Franklin Hubbell, Mrs. George Dowling, Mrs. Henry Dean, Mrs. Joseph Burke, Anna Nolde, Mrs. R. K. Foley, Olive Gunnoud. Mrs. Daniel Oemckc. Mrs. Matthew Erickson, Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick. Mrs. C. R. White, Mrs. Andrew J. McNeill. Mrs. Eugene Balinski, Mrs. Joseph Casper, Mrs. James Quinn. Mrs. Walter Nor- wash. Mrs. Frederick Randolph. Mrs. Everett Rogers, Mrs. John Hoben. Mrs. Ellen Baummer. Mrs. Georgo Lewis. Mrs. Ellen Cooke Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Harold Stinson, Mrs. Conrad Rohs, Mrs. John Quint, Mrs. Charles Howard. Mrs. 3ea Burns, Irene Langley, Shirlee Corrigan. Grayce Maher. Mrs. Leynard Berger, Mrs. James Pettit, Mrs. Edward Ash. Mrs. Leo Magas. Ruth Luschenat. Mrs. John Swiderski. Mrs. M. A. Phelan, Mrs. Ralph Hoy. Mrs. John Talbot, Mrs. Robert Goodwin, Mrs. James Coffey, Mrs. Jack Davidson, Lois Boyd. Mrs. K. Merle Hyde, Arnold Lundin, Mrs. W. R. Webster. Mrs. H. R. Kamerzel. Ann Yvasauskas. Mrs. Charles Noble. .Tr.. Mrs. Donald Gillette, Mary Galeski. Helen Carzasty, Mrs, Lewis B. Becker. Mrs. E. Wesley Barlow, Lena Pelose. Mrs. Fred Bendler, Anne Pawelchak, Mrs. Wesley Barlow, Mrs. Newell Porch. Mrs. William Patterson, Mrs. Peter Wislocki. Evelyn M. Gunn. Rosa!> Lawton. Mrs. Neal Tuohy, Mrs. John Dillon. Marion Reilly, Mrs. Ambrose Daly, Mildred Reilly. Midred E. Brown. Mrs. Edward Lowe. Mrs. George Kennedy,' Marion Holland, Margaret H.iss- linger. Mrs. Adrian Olson, Mrs. Norman Carlson, Mrs. John Van- "VTandrei:, Ss'rs. Lamont Kirk, Mrs. j Harry Logan. Mrs. Carl Toothaker. Mrs. Robert Scheiber. Mrs. Robert Pasho. Mrs. Carl W. Lawson, Mrs. David Walsh. Mrs. Joseph Smey. '£. Mildred Curtin, Nancv Anderson, Ellen Madden, Mrs. E. T. Walsh. Mrs. Ivan Maukowich Mrs. James- R; Bates. Mrs. J. Malcolm Poynter, Cpllette Peterson. Julia Mura, Mrs. Edwarcs Mason, Jr.. Mrs. Harold Belan^er. Jr., Ro-emary Reilly, Mrs. Norman Gibbs, Mrs. Paul O'Brien. Mrs. Robert E. Kesson, Dorothy Cormack, Hedwig Makoski. Wanda Jensen. Marion Shimer, Mrs. C. F. Davis, Mrs. Frank Strom. Mrs. Ernest Harding,' Mrs. Bernard Raap. Mrs Robert Baker, Ramona Novak, Mrs. Ray E. Sovla, Mrs. Donald Linhard, Ethel Schiman, Mrs. Leo Kedderis. Mrs. Benjamin Federawicz. Helen Einik, Mrs. E. A. Reilly, Mrs. Frank Madden, Mrs. Roy Poust, Mrs. Elsie Costello, Mrs. Mary Withers. Mrs. Howard Bowers. Mrs. Chester Isbell, Mrs. John Carlson. Shirley Bowers, Jeanne Brennan. Mrs. Julius Oris, Mrs. Charles Dalton Mrs. David Ebersole. Mrs. Robert Burns. More At Kenney Party More than 100 attended the Golden Wedding anniversary open house reception held yesterday af- tcnde"^" daughter" of"~Mr, and ternoon and early evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kenney, 22 Melbourne court, with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Melbourne, entertaining at their home, 130 Rubber avenue. The couple will observe the event tomorrow, as they were married Oct. 4, 1899. in St. Michael's Episcopal church. Among yesterday's guests were Mrs. Frank Lobdcll of Middlebury, who was maid of honor at the "wedding, and Mrs. Kenney's sister, Mrs. William Davis of Birmingham, England, who is visiting in this country. Miscellaneous Shower Quest A miscellaneous shower was held recently in honor of Mrs. Paul Kovack, who wa smarried Aug. '29. Mrs. Jane Jones was hostess. Among those attending were: Mrs. Joseph Kloc. Mrs. Mark Jones, Mrs. Cora Beach, Mrs. Mary Rimkus, Mrs. Sara Dry, Mrs. Edith Houseknecht, Mrs. Florence White, Mrs. Josephine White, Mrs. Alice Kovack, Mrs. Sally Kovack, Mrs. Ma.mie Mambrino, Mrs. Viola Mariano, Mrs. Betty Daddona. Mrs. Lois Painter, Josephine Nelson, Florence Houseknecht, Ceil Regan. Val Gabani, Mar jorie McClury, Florence Niewinski, Gertrude Baummer, Helen Kloc, Sabina Kloc, Phyllis Klpc. Sending gifts, but unable to attend were: Mrs. Frank Crelan, Mrs. Walter Nelson, Mrs. Doris Mambrino, Mrs. Margaret Lazdauskas. Mary Chittenden Engaged Zb Wed Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Mary Eliot Chit- 28 Churches Represented At Brotherhood Conference William M. Chittenden, Fairview [church. The first annual square table discussion of the Hartford District Brotherhood was held Friday night at the Salem Lutheran church, with about 70 attending rcpresent- : ing 28 churches of. the Hartford 1 District of the Augustana. Lutheran avenue, to Frederick Day Zonino, son of Mrs. 'Frederick Zonino, Ward street, and the late Mr. Zonino. A graduate of St. Margaret's Srhool, Pine Manor Junior College and Katharine Gibbs Srhool, New York city, Miss Chittenden is a member of the Junior League of Waterbury. Mr. Zonino graduated from Phillips Andover Academy, and is a member of the class of 1951 at Yale University, where" he is a member of St. Anthony hall. He is a veteran of World War serving with the Navy. II, Couple Observe 12th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Attillio Valentini, 44 Hicrh street, celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary yesterday at a family party. The couple was married Oct. 2, L937, in St. Francis' church by the ate Rt. Rev. Monsignor John J. Fitzgerald. Mrs. Valentini is the former Romilda Bartomiolli. Theg are the parents of two children, Eugene and Josephine. Mr. Valentini is an employe of the Naugatuck Chemical. Group Holds Skating Ptfrty The second party of Baummer's Roller Skating club was held re- recently and featured fancy exhibition skating by Roy Nichols, William Baker, Jane Noragong and Edith Lewis. Others participating, were James Borbas, Mary Ann Macsarks. Warren Stevenson. Balloon scramble was won by Edith Lewis and William Barker, and second place was taken by Sally Thurston and John Barker. Balloon breaking contest, Barbara Borbas and Edward Mychas- ki; bear and deer game, JoAnn Magone, Lorraine Gniazdowski and Leonard Peterson; elimination contest .Lorraine Gniazdowski, Donald Poyston, JoAnne Magone and James Borbas. Jungle contest, , Stephen Wargo, Donald Poynton, Allen Peterson, John Barker, Peter Passeck, Sally Thurston. Maiy Ann Macsarks; door prize, Joan Lengyel. Entertained Ait 1 Birthday Party Nancy Mariano, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Mariano. 12 Hotchkiss street, was honored at a party yesterday at her home, on the occasion of her third birthday. Present were: John anil Marie Del Priore, Susan Greenwood, Regina and George Douty, Gerard and Donna Cababianco, Richard, Jojo, Barbara and William Plasky, Donna Costa, Robert and Ronald Grenier, Chicky Sirrica, Patty, Noreen and John V/oods, Peter Ruggeri, Marcia Norman, Marjorie Mariano, the guest of honor the host and hostess. and •v bptrt Caftan Win Hi ft lack to Wwfc br T«r *«T)WA«n«K. SCHPERti'S Someone Sick? The Least You Can Do Is Send Them "GET WELL'' CARDS THEY COST SO LITTLE BUT MEAN SO MUCH We Have Them Sentimental or Humorous The CARD and GIFT SHOP ! SWEENEY'S ABT & STATIONERY STORE 213 Church St. Naugatnck IRREGULAR NECKLINE A.ND HEMLINE —for a black trepe cocktail dress for fall and winter. Small corsage is made up of violets. llf. Y. Dress Institute Photo) Grand Officers To Visit Lodge Grand officers of the Rebekah Assembly of Connecticut will pay :heir official visit to Columbia Rc- bekah Lodge, No. 35, IOOF, Wednesday night in Odd Fellows' hall. A supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock, and the meeting will open at 8 o'clock. A class of candidates ivil] be initiated, and Mrs. Charles Robinson, noble grand, will be in charge. Tonight members of the local lodge will attend Neighbors' Night at Sylvan Rebekah Lodge, Seymour, at 8 o'clock. Eldon Rohs of Naugatuck, president of the district group, conducted the session. Devotions were led by the Rev. Richard B. Pearson, pastor of the Bethesda Lutheran church, Forestville. Ralph Johnson,' Waterbury, a member of the executive council spoke briefly about work being carried on by the Brotherhood through its Boys' Work committee. He urged all local Brotherhoods: to provide recreation for the boys of their parish and community. LeRoy Anderson of Forestville, vice-president of the New England Conference Brotherhood, reported progress of the Youth Camp held each summer under the siponsor- ship of the conference at Camp Lutherwood, Lake Webster, Mass. It was noted that the camping period has been extended from two to three weeks in order to accommodate the large number of boys now attending the camp. Mr. Anderson lauded the Brotherhood for its program of Lutheran scouting: carried on in cooperation with th4 Boy Scouts of America. A Successful • Local Brotherhood Program was the subject of an address by Harold Seaberg of Bridgeport, vice-president of the district Brotherhood. He pointed out that a successful meeting is dependent upon careful planning and following that plan as closely as possible. Mr. Rohs reminded all present of the second annual statewide ded- .cation service to be held Brotherhood Sunday, Oct. 16 in the afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the Center church on the Green in New Haven. The speaker at the rally will be Lloyd A. Schwiebert, n. prominent attorney from Moline, 111, Tale uni- -'ersity-s famous Battcl Chapel ;hoir, composed of 56 trained singers, under the direction of Luther Nosa, will furnish special music Closing devotions wore conduct"•d by the Rev. Donald L. Kent, pastor of the host church. Refreshments were served by a committee headed by Arthur Parsons. Kennedy Circle Event Tbmorrow The first Mother and Daughter banquet in the history of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will be held tomorrow nipht at 6 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus hall, Neary building, with more than 150 expected to attend. Members who cannot bring a daughter will bring a friend. Mrs. Rose Beardsley is chairman of the entertainment committee, and has provided for singing, dancing and other amusement, Mrs. Conleth Kiernan has served as chairman of the arrangements committee. Church Notes St. Hedwig's This evening at 7 o'clock there will be a meeting of the CYO for religious instructions. At 8 o'clock there will be a monthly meeting of the Gold Star Post, Catholic War Veterans, in the club rooms on Prospect street. Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock there will be religious instructions for the public school children. Friday is the first Sunday of the month. Masses will be at 7, 7:30, and 8 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Thursday afternoon and evening. Briefs Members of Girl Scout troop, No. 22, will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John McGroary, 64; Park avenue, instead of in the Congregational parish house. Margaret Baldwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Baldwin, Naugatuck, resumed her studies at Wollesley college, Wellesley, Mass.. during the weekend. Entering the freshman, class -was Miss Fredericka Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Brown, Naugatuck Donald G. MacVicar, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. MacVicar, North Church street, has returned *io Amherst college, Amherst, Mass., where he is a junior. Miss Virginia Chittenden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Chittenden, Fairview avenue, has returned to her studies at the Child Education Foundation, New York city. Delegates to the National Triennium in San Francisco of the Woman's auxiliary of the Protestant Episcopal church were named at the diocesan and archdeaconry officers meeting held recently in Seabury House, Greenwich. Money was voted to assist in educating a .young woman student from India; for the Chapel Fund for Berkeley Divinity school; for Christmas gifts for Connecticut's missionaries in the overseas and domestic fiefld and for the Seaman's Church Institute. Pothplders NADGATUCIC NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, OCT. 3, inift—PACK 3 N THE AIR TODAY] Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hopkins of Boston, Mass., announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Jean A.nn, Sept. 23. Mrs. Hopkins is the former Marion Baldwin, daughter of Mrs. Warren D. Abel of Mill- viile avenue. Personal- Richard Wersig has returned to his home, 63 Riverside Drave, after being a medical patient at the Waterbury hospital. Mrs. Wallace Traver has returned to her home at 141 Hill street, extension, after spending two weeks' vacation in Marvlfnti, Norfolk, Va. Kentucky and Milan, Tenn. While in Milan <ihe visited with her son, Wallace, affiliated with the Milan plant of the U. S. Rubber Co. SUIT WITHDRAWN The First Federal Savings and Loan Association of New Haven has withdrawn a suit in which it had asked foreclosore of ;a $5,000 mortgage on property in Naugatuck owned by the Naugatuck Development Co., Inc., after settlement out of court. Named co-defendants, on the basis of subsequent claims, were Michael and Ha2iel Teach of Naugatuck and Anastasia Teach, Waterbury. SLIGHT FIRE . A slight fire in a storage shed at the rear of the Economy Auto Supply Co., 30 South Main street, was extinguished by borough firemen at 12:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Fire Chief John J. Sheridan reported today. He said the fire started from sparks from a nearby incinerator, with only sjight damage done to the building. The property is part of the Edward 3'Brien estate, he said. Miss Beverly Tuthill of George street and Miss Jean Tuthill of High street, spent the weekend at *he Tuthill summer home in East Marithesi, Long Island, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Abel of Millville avenue, returned Friday night from a three-weeks trip to California, where Mr. Abel was a state delegate to the Odd Fellows national convention in Sacramento. Their trip took them through northwestern parts of Canada, Seattle, Wash., Portland, Ore., Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon of Colorado, and other points of interest. R2857 PATTERN No. B2857 These delightful potholdcrs make perfect shower gifts as well as popular bazaar items. "Hers'' are feminine as can be with a lacy trim and shell stitch edging, while "His" are trimly tailored with a more masculine-like border. Fun to crochet and easy.. The pair pictured were made of ecru cotton trimmed in green with red lettering. Pattern Envelope No. R2857 contains complete crocheting instructions, stitdh illustrations, material requirements and finishing directions. To obtain this pattern, send 20c in COINS, giving pattern number, your name, address and zone number to Peggy Roberts, Naugatuck Daily News, P. O. 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WATERBURY TEL. 4-8772 I LINCOLN STORE WILL INSTALL THIS TELEVISION SET St. Mary's This evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be Novena devotions in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, followed by Benediction. Following devotions, the High School Study Club will meet. Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock there will be an anniversary requiem high Mass for Mrs. Bridget 'ronin. Saturday morning at 8 o'clock there will be a high Mass for the late Mrs. Anna Stein, requested by the Sirtowt family. Friday is the first Friday of the month. Masses will be at 5 and 7:30 o'clock, with Holy Communion to be distributed at 7 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Thursday afternoon and evening at the usual times. The Altar Society will hold a rummage sale in the church basement, Oct. 14. Donations of all kinds will be appreciated. The parish census will continue this week. St. Francis' This evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be a meeting of the CYO in the chapel. At 8 o'clock there will be a meeting of all carnival workers in St. Cecelia's hall. Tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock, the senior choir will rehearse in St. Cecelia's hall. Wednesday morning .at 7:30 o'clock, the junior choir will rehearse. ' Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock *here will be a month's mind. Mass for Gabriel Lobes. At 8 o'clock there will be a first anniversary reauiem high Mass for Ellen Duffy. Sunday morning the Knights of Columbus will receive Holy Communion in a body at St. Michael's church. Beacon Falls. The Holy Name Society will re- icive Holy Communion in a body it 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Thursday afternoon and evening at 4 and 7 o'clock. The rosary will be said each day during October at the 7:30 o'clock Mass, POPULARLY-PRltCED FASHION—Dress and jacket ensemble of beige rayon crepe bodice and cocoa brown wool skirt and jacket from New York. A soft bow ties on the short-sleeved bodice. (N, Y. 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