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Personal Ladies Aid To Hold FM Dessert-bridge Mrs. Chester Randall, chairman of the annual fall dessert-bridge^ of the Ladies Aid Society of the Congregational Church, to be held Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 12, at 2 o'clock in the Parish House, has announced the names of those who have made reservations for tables: Mrs. Frank Bronson, of Beacon Falls; Mrs. T. O. Smith, Mrs. Earl Pierson. Mrs. Lawrence Farrell, Mrs. George Cashman, president of the Waterbury Woman's Club. Mrs. Gerard Marcll, Mrs. Louis Schmidt, Mrs. John C. Moriarty. Mrs. M. Cooke, all of Waterbury. Mrs. J. R. Neil of Waterbury, Mrs. James Tyler and Mrs. Howard Smith of Middlebury. Hostesses from Naugratuck include Mrs. Howard Peet, Mrs. George Barwick, Mrs. Donald Fowler. Mrs. Paul Elliott, Mrs John Madigan, Mrs. John Sutherland, Miss Irene Foster, Mrs. Chester Bosworth, Mrs. Verne Grisimer. Mrs. F. Rollinson. Mrs. Rudolph Swanson. Mrs. William Booth, Mrs. Fremont Tolles, Mrs Conrad Ham, Mrs. John Caskie, Mrs. Victor Anderson, Mrs. M. Ford, Mrs. Albert Marsh, Mrs. Alfred Benson, Mrs. Ernest Weber, Mrs. Donald Brubaker, Mrs. Lawrence Corcoran. Mrs. Bernard Raap, Mrs. W. Glenn Kirby, Mrs. W. J. Megin, Mrs. Donald Wood, Mrs. Glenn Noble, Mrs. Ralph Bavier, Mrs. George MoKnnna. Mrs. Conrad Lindahl, Mrs. Donald Umlauf. Mrs. George Wigglesworth, Mrs. M. E. Robey. Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs. Waiter Norton, Mrs. Harry Carter, Mrs. Everett T. Rogers, Mrs. Idris Alderson, Mrs. Lewis Dibble, Mrs. Henry Erk, Mrs. Ambrose Daley Mrs. " John Kelley, Mrs. George Currier, Mrs. Frank Mowrey, Mis-: Florine Durr, Mrs. Fred Abele. Seventeen door prizes have been contributed. Besides the door prizes, there will be table prizes. Decorations will be in the Columbus Day theme. Assisting Mrs. Randall are Mrs. Allen Trask. Mrs. Fred Zonino, Mrs. Ralph Fulton, Mrs. Joseph Little, Mrs. Irving Cutting, Mrs. William Roemer, Jr., Mrs. John Helquest, Mrs. D. Leete Keefer and Mrs. John Hayes, Jr. Social _• 0 Fraternal Junior Woman's Club Fashion Show Chapter To Getebra/te 70th Evergreen Chapter No. 22, Order of Eastern Star, -will meet Thursday evening to celebrate the 70th birthday of the local chapter at Masonic Temple, Church street. •Dinner will be served .at.- G:30 o'clock, and dancing and refreshments will be held later in the evening in the banquet hall. Degrees will be exemplified by the past matrons and patrons. Tarnowskis Wed 35 Years Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tarnowski, 158 Cherry street, are celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary with a 'trip to New York c'ty this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tarnowski were married Sept. 27, 1914 in Newark, N. J. They are the iparents of four children, Casimir Tarnowski. Mrs. Joseph Gonski, Mrs. Edward Lewonski and Miae Ann Tarnowski, and four grandchildren, all of Naugatuck- They have been residents of Naugatuck during most of their married life. Mr. Tarnowski operates a grocery store on Cherry street. Miss Kreidler Party Guest Miss Patricia Kreidler was honored at a party in the home of Miss Frances Hansen on the occasion of her 16th birthday. Guests included Barbara Luskay, Dorothy Rusgaitis, Sheila Allen, Sylvia Johnson, Frances DeBarber, the guest of honor and the hostess. Miss Kreidler received many gifts. Mrs. Ernest Erickson is shown modeling at the fashion show held last Friday night in Pythian hall and attended by approximately :iOO mnm- bers and quests of .he Naugatuck Junior Wnmnn'H. club. Shown at the left is Mrs Constance Bernard, who served as commentator during the show, which was fallowed by a dessert-bridge. Auxiliary To Hold Rummage Sale On Fri. The American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 17. will meet tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the Lesion nomo on Cedar .street. Miss Dorothy Brodcur will pre.side at the business meeting. Final plans will be formulated for the rummage sale to be held IJriday at the vacant .store next to '.he Alcazar theater. Those wishing information or who have articles they would like picked up, are re- luested to call Miss Brodeur at Naug. 4817. St. Michael's Church Helpers, Rummage Salle The Church Helpers of St. Michael's Church will hold a. rummage sale at the Parish House Wednesday and Thursday starting at 9 i. m. Mrs. George Barwick is chairman •it the affair, and is assisted by Mrs. George Wood, Miss Annie Carley. Mrs. M. C. Bronson, Mrs. John Tones, Mrs. Seabury Hungerford, Miss Pauline Smith, Miss Irene Squires, Mrs. George Currier, Mrs. Edgar Green, Mrs. L. Howard Wilmot. Jr., Mrs. Howard Noble, Mrs. Ernest Simmons, Mrs. Thomas Parks and Mrs. Leon Smith. Those wishing to donate articles to the sale should have them in the Parish House on Tuesday, or may call one of the committee members to ha\'e them collected. Mother-Daughter Supper Tonight* Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will hold a mother-and- daughter pot-Hick supper this evening in the Knights of Columbus Hall bef;inninK at (> o'clock. (5ach member i>; asked to bring either her own daughter or the 'laughter of a member. Entertainment will be by Mrs. Rose Beardsley. Mrs. Conloth Kiernan i'j chairman of the event, assistc^; by Mrs. Grace Sigetti, Mrs. Jeu--.et.te Kleindan, Mrs. Oliver Lor'-./n, regent of the group, Mrs. Sto', e Kecskes, and Mrs. Paul Clisha'.n. Mrs. Giernan is ir, charge of table decorations. Mrs. Mary St. John, Mrs. Aldo Pistarelli, Mrs. Katherine Pichulo and Mrs. CHsham are in charge of refreshments. Harvest Sun. To Be Observed Oct. 9 A regular meeting of St. Michael's Guild was held last evening at the Parish House. Plans were completed for Harvest Sunday, which is fo be observed next Sunday, October 9th. Members have been requested to bring their fruits and vegetables to the Parish House by noon Saturday. Plans were also discussed regard- Ing the rummage sale to be held at the Parish House Tuesday Oc- fober 25. Former Resident Named To Group Mrs. Amelia C. Richards, administrator of Ossining, N. Y. hospital, was elected a member of the American College of Hospital Administrators, at the 15th annual meeting of the college, an international professional organization of hospital administrators, recently in Cleveland. Mrs. Richards is the former Amelia Balinski, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Balinski of Scott street, and sister of Eugene, Chester and Helen Balinski. You May Win A Hotpoint DISHWASHER FREE! The lucky person has not as yet been found — therefore we are extending . . . MAGIC KEY WEEK FKTJM Oct. 1 to Oct. 8 Ycur chance to win increases as each day passes ! REMEMBER — SOMEONE MUST WIN THIS DISHWASHER AND IT MIGHT BE YOU ! Nothing to Buy! No Strings Attached! ONLY ONE WEEK TO GO OCT. 1 TO OCT. 8 CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATERBURY ROAD. WATERTOWN, PHONE 275 Open All Week Mon. Thru Sat. — Open Wed. and Thurs. Evenings Until 9 o'clock DeMolay Degrees To Be Conferred Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Masonic Temple. Church .street, the initiatory and DeMolay degrees will be conferred on a large class of candidates at a meeting of the Arthur F. I-,ewis Chapter, Or- tlcir of DuMolay. •lohn K. Anderson, maslm- councilor of the group, roporr.s that newly-elected chapter officers will be installed by state DeMolay grand officers nn Oct. 19 at 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hull. Carl E. Bovuy. elected junior stew ircl of tho state DeMolay last June, will be installed as master councilor. Sharleen Celebrdtes Third A birthday party was held Saturday afternoon in honor of Sharlene Ann Hogan of Lynn Circle tn celebration of her third anniversary. The room was gayly decorated with streamers and balloons, and the (,'uent of honor received many gifts. The guest list included: Susan Anderson, Ellen Holdsmlth, Karen Strectcr,. Nancy Gibbs., Louis and HsUi Marano, Patty Jane Ruccio, Susan Packer, Diane, Karen and Freddy Scheithe,. and Eddie Hogan. Also: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hogan. Sr., Mrs. Jerry Ruccio, Mrs. Omar Cibbs, Mr. and Mrs. .How-. ard Packer, Mrs. Clarence Scheithe, j Mrs. Fred Scheithe, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scheithe, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marano, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Luth, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sacks, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miglizzo, Mrs. David Goldsmith, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hogan, Jr.. and the guest of honor. Miss Phillips Capped Sunday/ Miss Rosemary Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips of 129 Highland avenue, was one of sixteen students capped at ceremonies held Sunday at St. Agnes Hospital School of Nursing, West Hartford. Miss Phillips is a graduate of Naugatuck High school, class of 1949, and a former baton twirler leader. Attending capping ceremonies were her parents and sisters Eileen and Florence. St. Mary's Plans Rummage. The Altar Society of St. Mary's church, Union City will hold a rummage sale in the church basement on October 14 from 9:30 a. m. to 4 o'clock. Tlicise having- articles they ->vould like to donate are .asked to bring them to the church basement or contact 'Mrs. Philip Connell, at 5938 and she will arrange for their collection. Mrs. Clayton Osborne of Myrtle avenue and daughter, Mrs. Raymond Paul of Walnut street have returned after spending several days at Provincetown, Cape Cod, Mass. Pfc. Robert Stien ,on duty with the Army Air Force at Grenier Air Base, Manchester, N. H., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.: Anthony Stien, 287 North Hcadley street. Sr. Woman's Opens Season; The Naugatuck Woman's Club opened its fall and winter season with a reception and tea Monday afternoon in the American Legion Home highJigtited with the ipTesen- latlon ol Cliff Warren Doolittle. in a program of cowboy and western .songs. Cliff accompanied himself on his guitar, and closed his program with an impressive singing of "Tim Rio.'ui.ry." Onn hundred and iifty members and guest H were present. The hoy from Texas was more at home than iie. realized, for •sjTnilCH of recognition sproad over the faces of many members of the club, when he faced them, and whispers of "Why 1 knew that hoy when he was a little fellow. Hf used to love to sing and yodol then." While 'he received enthusiastic applause for each number, it is interesting to note' that his own composition. "The Yodeling Freight," won the highest applause, over miiny old established numibers. Ho was introduced by Mrs. Armstrong- Durr, president, who said elm was proud to present another NauKHtuck native. She said that \vhr-n she hoard him at the Junior Woman's Club, isho> at once asked him. to aipipear at the Senior Club. Guests tit the meeting included Mrs. Charles Klini;, a member of the Uppei- Mor.t Clair, N. J. Woman's Club ,and (mother of Mrs. Paul Elliott; Mrs. M. Francis Feeley, president of the Junior Woman's Club; Mrs. Clayton Dethlefsen, and Miss Marilyn Carlson, president cf t'he Juniorettes, and Mrs. Rose Hubbell. New members introduced included: Mrs. Allen Trask, Mrs. F. Schiller, Mrs. Ralph Sundberg, Mns. Howard Ellis, Mrs. William Dickinson. Mrs. Howard l^amerzel, Mrs. William Schofield, Mrs. Edwin Baumtmer, M r s. Bernard Raap, Mrs. Potter Dragnot, Mrs. Edward J. I»eary, Mrs. Matthew Gates, Mi.€s Irene Squires, Mrs. Robert Nelb and Mrs. T. Rex Befar- man. Mrs. Irving Cutting land Mrs. Ronald Peaker were reinstated as members. During the business meeting, with Mrs. Durr presiding; Mrs. Clifford fA. Teeiple, second state vice-lptresident ,gavc the call for the state meeting in Torrington, Oct. 19, Mrs. George Carroll, state custodian, gave the call for the New Haven County meeting, to be held Thursday, in the Congregational Church of West Haven. The reception line included: Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president; Mrs. Clifford A. Tceple, second vice-president of the State Federation; Mrs. George M. Carroll, Mrs. Norris M. Follett, Mrs. John F. Deegan, Mrs. Thomas Moore, Jr.. Mrs. Walter Booth, Mrs. Martin J. Garrick, Jr., Mrs. John J. Gormley. Mrs. John M. Tatigian, Mrs. Albert W. Holmberg, Mrs. Robert Houseknecht, Mrs. Charles I. Fellowes. iMrs. Thomas A. Lee, Mrs. Chester A. Garvin, Mrs. Edmund O. Hess, Mrs. George C. Follett, •Mrs. W. Glenn Kit-by. Tea was served by the hospitality committee, headed by Mrs. Wallet- Lampston, Mrs. Ernest DiMaria, Mrs. Frank R. Madden, Mrs. Norman K. Sundholm, Mrs. Clayton A. Houseknecht, Mrs. Clarence H. Green, Mrs. William H. O'Donnell, Mrs. Frank Strom, Miss Helen Whitlock, and Mrs. James E. Moore. Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Deegan and Mrs. Hess poured. Helen Efron Becomes Bride Of Local Miss Helen Evon, 125 Quinn street, daughter of Mrs. George Evon, Waterbury,. and Clifford Mertelmeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gisbert Mertelmeyer, 27 Homestead avenue, were married Saturday evening at 7 o'clock In the Congregational church, with the Rev. Willard B. Soper, officiating. I Miss Gladys Harrison served as maid of honor, and Jay Coffee of Waterbury was best man. The bride wore a dress of brown lace over pink taffeta, brown feathered hat and brown accessories, and corsage of bronze pompons. Her maid of honor wore a brown velveteen dress, matching hat and accessories and corsage of yellow pompons. The bride's mother attended in a black print dress and black accessories and the bridegroom's mother in a forest green crepe dress with black accessories. A reception was held at 125 Quinn street, following which tho couple left on a wedding trip, the bride traveling in a three piece plaid suit with brown accessories.; After Oct. 15 the couple -will reside at 27 Homestead avenue. Red Cross chapter and field workers learn up to serve the armed forces A chapter volunteer baits his hook «*He this arm, HuSr patient looks on and his Red Cross field director smiles e™onrag£ T en ,i, A fc Spe i. ci J? llj ! desi K ned «»«' wA "Hows the patient to fish from the bank durinc an online •poiwored by the Red CroS cJuMer Columbian Kebekah Lodge will be host to the grand officers of the Rebekah Assembly tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows Hall. A class of candidates will be Initiated into the lodge during the meeting which will start with a supper at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Charles Robinson, noble grand, will preside. The Ladies Marchigian Society will hold a public card party, Saturday night, Nov. 12, at 8 o'clock in Pastime Hall, High street, according to plans made at the first meeting of the season Sunday afternoon. ', t\H Rummcjge Sale On TJhurs. A rummage sale for the benefit of Beacon Valley Grange will be held Thursday, Oct. 20, in the vacant store next to the Alcazar on Main street, from 9 to 4 o'clock. Mrs. Anthony Brodeur is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Charles Streaman, Mrs. Miller Smith, and Mrs. Fred Twitchell. Contributions of clothing, dishes and other items will be collected, if residents will call Mrs. Brodeur at 0575. - Mrs. Dorothy Kamerzel is among t.hse invited to the Golden Rod Chapter, Eastern Star, New Haven, Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Carl von Allmen, grand representative to the State of Nevada. The meeting will be held in Masonic Temple, West Haven, In observance of Grand Representatives Night. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Elliott '*of Spencer street, are entertaining Mrs. Elliott's mother, Mrs. Charles Kling of Upper Mont Clair, N. J. Mrs. Joseph W. Bowman, president of the Laurel Bridge club, announces the closing meeting of the club for the remainder of the year. The first dessert-bridge of the Emblem club of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks takes place tomorrow at 8 o'clock in the lodge rooms. Those planning to attend are requested to furnish their own playing cards. Tickets may be obtained at the door or from club members. Door prizes and table prizes will be awarded, and refreshments served. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dry and daughter vWinifred, o£ New Haven road, ihave returned from a two-weeks motor trip visit to relatives in Montana. Briefs The first fall meeting of the libber-Jabbers, a junior 4-H Club, will be held this afternoon at 3:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. William Carrington, Millvllle. Election, of officers and Initiation of new members will be the principal business of the meeting. Little Sharon Elizabeth Edquist was guest of honor at a christening party Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edquist of North Main street. Edward Fanning was in charge of the freshman court at New Britain Teachers College during- the initiation period last week. Mrs. Frank Tajevi and Mrs. Alfred Rossi are co-chairmen. Every member of the Society will be contacted for a donation. There will be table prizes and refreshments. Tables may be reserved by calling Mrs. Talevl or Mrs. Rossi. , Young Love BECAUSE of their very youthful dp- pearance, Scott Beckett, 20, Hollywood film juvenile, nnd his bride, Beverly Joyce Baker, 19, had to wait several hours before Las Vegas, N. M., officials would grant them a wedding license. After their ages bad been checked, the ceremony was performed. (International) THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison Ave. Waterbury Closed All Day Mondays Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 Noon to 12 Midnight NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, OCT. *, 1»4»—PAGE S Evangeline" R 28.5 6 By PEGGY ROBERTS PATTERN No. R2856 Here is an embroidery and Crochet design you'll love just as much as you do the celebrated poem by the same name. Pretty and popular pineapple motifs form the graceful skirt and enhances the delicacy of the embroidered figure and colorful background. Simple stitches and delightful shadings make the designs appropriate for towels, pillowcases or runner. Pattern Envelope No. R2856 contains hot-iron transfers for two designs, measuring 11 by 10 inches; material requirements, color suggestions, crocheting instructions, stitch Illustrations and making 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. Box 100, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. Miss Nancy C. Bowman has returned to Boston, Mass., to continue her professional training in physical therapy at Bouve-Boston School of Physical Education, which is affiliated with Tufts college. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bowman of Middlebury. Full Line of Fresh Bakeries Every Sunrise BIRTHDAY CAKES CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS BANANA CREAM PIES FILLED COFFEE CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. 3678 Open Dally fl;8Q A. M. to 6 P. M. CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS With a Portrait of You! THIBODEAtJ STUDIO Neary Building Tel. 2348 Funerals George Olson Private funeral services for George Olson, 486 Rubber avenue. a native of Sweden who died ycs- tcrdny at his home after a long illness, were held today at the Alderson Funeral Home, 201 Meadow street. The Rev. Donald L, Kent, minister of Salem Lutheran Church officiated, with burial in Grove Cemetery. Mr. Olson was a former employe of the Eastern Malleable Iron Co., where h« worked as a carpenter. John A. Baukas Funeral services for John A, Baukas, 75, of Andrew avenue, who died Saturday after a long illness, were held this morning from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park Place. A solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated at 9 o'clock In St. Francis' Church by the Rev. Robert Talmadge, with the Rev. George Dunn as deacon and the Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor, sub' deacon. Mrs. Albertine O'Donnell, organist, played the processional Funeral March, and Pie Jesu at the offertory. Daniel Sweeney, soloist, rendered Vale and the recessional was One Sweetly Solemn Thought. Burial was in St. James' cemetery, with prayere at the grave by Father Dunn. Bearers were Fred Armonat, Frank Bulka. Peter Brastauskas, Stanley Butkus, Frank Butwell and Joseph Murdusa. David F. Welch The funeral of David F. Welch, 17, of 13 Washington street, Eon of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welch, who died Saturday after a lingering illness, was held this morning from the Fitzgerald Funeral Home, 240 North Main street. A solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's church by the Rev. George Vilci- auskas, with the Rev. Stanley Hastillo as deacon and the Rev. Thomas Griffin as sub-deacon Burial was in St. James' cemetery. Bearers were Berton Sunbury, Theodore Tomaski, Thomas Szeprowski John Levandoski, Edward Kamin- skl and Frank Sobieranskl Someone Sick? The Least ^'ou 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 ART & STATIONERY STOKE 213 Church St. Xaucatuck ENGELMAN'S THREE STEPS * . . TO PROPER FOOT CARE in DR. POSNER'S Shoes Protect your child's feet! Help him to proper posture by .starting him off in our DR. POSNER'S RITESTARt SHOES. (Step.1, Step 2, Step 3). Our shoe fitting experts will advise the correct shoes for your child's feet. Step 1. Pre-Walker . designed to protect the 52 bones in baby's lect..- $2.98 Widths C; D, E. V Step 3. First Walker trains and holds the" entire foot gently yet firmly in the correct walking position. $4.98 Widths B, C, D, E. Step 2. First Stepper shapes foot with its flexible leather soles. ^ $3.98 ^ Widths B. C. D, E. . .(OIIICT Mtr llUMt. CLOSED MONDAY • OPEN THURS. EVE. FASHIONS | FOR YOUNO WAXBMVBV 90 SOUTH MAIN STREET, WATERBURY

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