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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, October 10, 1949
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i^~~~ "'" "^' ^ " '--•.--••••• - vvv^r '.m.. a.-^TJ^-iB.JL.,-. '_ 7.T.k... i^'-,--..,'. fc.«Biifi*;B!"."'l "•:,!...'. "^ '" "•, Tli T-?^^^-?::?^^^^^" 1 *'^" Social-Personal Fraternal Je// Klub Holds At the American Brass Country Club, which was decorated with corn husks, 'pumpkins and orange and black crepe (paper streamers, the judges, Joseph Triano, Ray Hotcbkiss and Jim l>ur,bin had trouble making a choice of the best costumes; at the Masquerade party of the Jeff Klub, Saturday night. With the aid of the applause of members of the club, the judges chose Mr -and Mrs. Nick Dobbins for the most original costumes, representing the "Ton! TwhS5," usins; hair made of mop strings and matching skirts and sweaters. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Poust won a prize for tjie funniest costumes impersonating a baby in i> carriage and her colored nursemaid. Mrs. Ray Adamson won a prize for the prettiest costume, dressed as a drum majorette. Mr. Gtorge Birdsall won the man's cracker eating contest. Mr.!. Mathew Phelan won the •woman's cracker eating contest. Mr. Ralph Hoy was the" first to get a bite of apple from one hanging on a string from the celling. Mr. and Mrs DiVittorio won 'the peanut contest. Mr. and Mrs. Cass Strasdas won the Anniversary Waltz contest which was the cli~- max of activities cf a wonderful evening. Mr. and Mrs. John MacDonald were co-chairmen of the party, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Andy Atc- Cann. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Scbofleld, Mr. and Mrs. John Titley and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dillon. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ort. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Cass Stradhas. Mr. and Mrs. John Quint, Mr. and Mra. Al Robinson. Mr an3 Mrs. Philip. Burrows, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jankowski. Mr. and Mrs. E, Dowling-, Mr. and Mrs. M. Anderson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Banner, Mr? and Mrs. Robert Bowling. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulka. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cianciolo. Mr. and Mi's. Philip Cianciolo. Mr. and Mrs. George BirdsaU. Mr. and Mrs Russell Weaving-, Mr. and C&rs. Roy Poust, Mr. and Mrs. E. Balinski, Mr. and Mrs. Andy McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brickenhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Phelan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoy. Mr and Mrs. Louis Baito, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Packer. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cantor, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Easter- brcok 5 and Mr. and Mrs. . August DiVitorrio. Miss Lannea Gisslander of Stamford is visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Gisslander of Hillside avenue.. lack i» W«k fat Y«! •• •m*mumt MtuMcnMB SCHPERO'S ActsttONCEtefelieye (CMISCD BY COLOS) must be good when thousands of Doctors prescribed it for years, yatroasm acts at one* to relieve such coughing. It actually loosens up' phlegm and makes ft easier to raise. Sajt. .Effective. JtAIMU — TEUSV1SIOK K.C.A, — Admiral Television Sale* anfl Service SWAN'S Electrical Contractors Since 1915 35 CKDAR ST. TXX. 837* B. V. Grafrge To 3-Dajy A group of 35 members of the men's and women's drill team of Beac6n Valley Grange will exemplify the first and second degrees in Bethlehem, Conn., this evening. Activities are progressing favorably f6r the annual Fair and Bazaar to be held by the Grange this week. Booths have been installed and decorated. William Brush, chairman of the turkey supper to be held October 13 at 6:30 p. m. announces that almost all tickets have been sold, but there will still be some available at the door. Harry steele, chairman of the entertainment committee, reports that a sparkling variety show for Lhe night of October 14, at 8 o'clock, is in rehearsal with 36 members completing vhe cast. Margaret Henry, chairman of the masquerade dance to be held Saturday evening, October 15, announces that plans have been completed. Music for dancing will be provided by the Stardust Rangers and prizes will be awarded for costumes. The dance will climax the three-day bazaar, and will also be the first of a series of Saturday. night dances sponsored by the Grange. There will be a meeting of all committee chairmen and members Tuesday evening, October 11, at T:30 p. m. at the Grange Hall. To Meet In N. H. The Second District of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the Westville Post rooms on Whalley avenue, New Haven. Mrs. Blanche Connell, chairman of the recent rummage sale, has announced that it was a very successful affair. She was assisted by President Dorothy Brodeur, Miss Ann Nolde, Mrs. Margaret Maxwell, Mrs. Ellen Johnson and Miss Theresa Maxwell. There will be an Auxiliary card party Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. in the Legion Home on Cedar street. DA'R Regional Hene Class Of '39 To Hold Reunion The reunion of the Naugatuck High School class of 1939 will be held at Rinaldo's Restaurant on South Main street Saturday, Oct. 22. Jack Dunn is chairman of arrangements for the reunion. Tickets have been sent out and those planning to attend have been requested to make their returns to Mrs. Robert Brinckerhoff by Oct. 15. Girls'Club Fall Tea Address Jr. dub Mr. Norman, local hairdresser S # V TWl " be the guest Beaker of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's Wub Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the American Legion Home on Cedar street. ' : Mr. Norman has recently attended a national hairdressing convention m Chicago and will speak on the latest hair styles. He will also demonstrate three types of hair styles, using Mrs. Edward S. Noble, Miss Phyllis Reed and Mrs. Newell Porch, Jr as models. There will also be a question-and-answer period for discussion of any problems women may have regarding hair, arrangement. Refreshments will be served at the social hour following the business meeting. Nineteen new members were received into the U. S. Girls' Club of the Naugatuck Footwear Plant, United States Rubber Company yesterday afternoon at the Hotel Elton where a Tea was held in the Colonial room. Miss Molly La Vorgna, president introduced each of the new members to the assembled group, Seated at the tea-table were Mrs. Lois Hale and Mrs. Loretta Murphy, vice-president and secretary of the Club. Corsages were given to each person as she arrived. The new members included: Evelyn Nelson, Evaline Luetters, Lucille Dee. Dorothy Stepnoski, Geraldine Glynn, Ann McGown, Barbara Griffin, Phyllis Pearson, Isabelle Tokarczyk, Mary O'Connor, Betty Gabani, RuISi Reynolds/ Olga Natalzio, Prances Zuppalla, Margie Dillon, Marcle Summa, Alice O'Brien, Madelyn Galvin. and Betty Mariano. Others present were Marie Pes- anelll, Mary Heffersnan, Patricia Brcnnan, Helen Hadfield, Connie Linskey, Jeanne Miller, Stella M. McCann, Anne Remsen, Charlotte Chagnon, Barbara Stone, Theresa Aquavia, Stella Hylwa, Margaret Moore, Carmella Rio, Genevieve Buraczewski, Helen Dunn, Ramona Novak, Mella Mancini, Wanda Voy- cik, Jean Roberts, Mildred Goggin, Lois Smith, Sylvia Smith, Mazie Callahan, Gladys Harrison, Helen Atchison, Mary Rielly and Dorothy Connolly. The committee in charge of the tea were Mary Heffernan, chairman, assisted by Irene Fitzgerald, Ramona Novak, Patricia Brennan, Gladys Harrison, Sylvia Smith, and Rosemarie Mangini. Mr. and Mrs. Larmon LaFley of Burlington, Vt., and Mrs. Ira Gaf- rett of St. Albans, Vt.. are guests at the home of Mi. and Mrs. William Cota, Carroll street. , The American Home Department of the Naugatuck Woman's Club will make a tour of the Reymond Baking Company in Waterbury Thursday evening, Oct'. 13, at 8 p. 1949 _ 1950 NAUGATUCK CONCERT ; LECTURE SERIES Sponsored By THE WOMEN'S STUDY CLUB NOV. 4th—STUART CAJfIN Violinist DEC. 9th—ADELE ADDISON .' Lyric Soprano JAN 13—ALAN BURR 0VERSTREET Lecturer on World Affairs FEB. 10th—BRUCE SIMONDS ..... Pianist All on Friday Evenings, at 8:15 Congregational Church, on the Green, >"augatuck, Conn. Season Tickets Only S&.00 (tax Incl.) Tel. Naug. 6189 The local Sarah Rogers Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, were hosts Friday afternoon t.o the regional DAR meeting held in the Congregational Church parish house. Mrs. William Chittenden was chairman of the event assisted by Mrs. William Rocmer, Jr., Mrs. Rona.ld Jones and Miss Helen Whitlock. Mrs. Earl Pierson, chaplain of Melicent Porter Chapter, Water- hury, offered the opening prayer. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Flag Chairmen from Thomaston and Watertown Chapters. Mrs. Harry Anderson, regent of Sarah Rogers Chapter, presided. A welcome was extended to State Regent Mrs. Kenneth Trewhella of East Hartford and visiting chapter regents Mrs. William Grlerson of Waterbury Chapter, Mrs. John Bjerkoe, Watertown Chapter and Mrs. Randall Hathway of Thomaston Chapter and their members. Reports were given by Regents of the represented chapters. Miss Diana Smith, 11-year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jaspar Smith of Middlebury presented a delightful program of piano selections. Bach's "Prelude," and "Minute Waltz" by Chopin were among her renditions. Her encore number was "The Minute from Diverlimen- do in D" by Mozart. Miss Smith is a pupil of Miss Josephine Lam- mano. Mrs. Kenneth Trewhella, State Regent, was the principal speaker She was introduced by Mrs. John Bjerkoe, Regent of Sarah Whitman Trumbull Chapter, Watertown. Mrs. William Grierson and Mrs Randall Hathway presided at the tea table. About 100 members attended the regional meeting including representatives from Abi Humiston Chapter, Thomaston; Melicent Por- w'L,? hapter ' Wat erbury; and Sarah Whitman Trumbull Chapter Watertown, ' Local Mlafa Sat.InWtby. Edward Cichowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Llskiewicz of Union City, took as his bride Miss Audrey Marie Archambault, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Archambault of Waterbury. Saturday, in St. Francis Xavier Church, Waterbury. The Rev. David O'Keefe officiated at the 9 o'clock wedding ceremony. The bride wai presented' in marriage by her father and wore a gown of white Skinner satin with a mandarin collar, beaded trim, fitted bodice, long fitted sleeves tapered to points over the wrists and a full skirt, with a peplum and a circular train. Her fingertip veil of French illusion fell from a coronet of orange blossoms and she carried a cascade of white roses, stephanotis and ivy centered with an orchid. The maid of honor was Migs Rita Boisvert, cousin of the bride, and Robert Archambault, brother of the bride, was beat man. Ushering guests from New York, New Jersey and surrounding Connecticut towns were Clifford Archambault of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Felix Cichowski. A reception was held in Franco- American Hall and the couple left on an unannounced wedding trip. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Cichowski will realde at 36 Anderson street, Union City. The bride is a graduate of Wilby High School and Mr. Cichowski is an alumnus of Naugatuck High. Libraries tb Close Wed. Miss Jessie DeShong, librarian at the Whittemore Memorial Library, has announced that both the adult and children's libraries will be closed all day Wednesday, Oct. 12, in observance of Columbus Day. The adult library will also be closed, as regularly, on Tuesday, but will be open until 9 p. m. this evening. There will be no story hour at the children's library this week. Miss Emma Urgitis, who is affiliated with the American Red Cross in Syracuse, N. y.. arrives Wednesday night at her home, 92 Highland Avenue for a three weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Trask of George street, returned last night from Clover, S. C., where they were guests at the wedding of Miss Nellie Bigham Grier, of Clover, and John Ladd Sewell of Hudson, Ohio, cousin to Mr. Trask. The wedding was held in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church of Clover, with the bride's father, • the Rev. William -Pressley Grier, officiating. Briefs Mrs. Cheater Isbell, president of the Church Helpers of St. Michael's Church, announced that there will be a short business meeting In the parish house on Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. <Tollcs, former Naugntuck residents, have left for their winter home at Melrose, Fla., following: an extended stay at their lodge on the Miramlchi River, Canada. Lewis E. Darabos of Rubber avenue and Frank J. Long of Coen street, officers of the local Plumbers, Pipers and Steamfitters Assn., attended the weekend meeting of the state association in New London. Church Notes St. An attendance of nearly 200 were present at a toll dance sponsored by the parishioners of the Polish National Catholic Church Saturday night In the parish hall. John Sosnowski and Caesar Krzykowski were co-chairmen. Miss Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W 3rown, Is taking a teacher-training course at Shady Hill School, Cambridge. Mass. Miss Brown is a graduate of Wellesley College and spent the summer on a bicycling tour of the Scandinavian countries, France and England with a group of college classmates. Louis Tangradi, formerly of the borough, spent the weekend with relatives in Naugatuck and Waterbury. Mr. Tangradi is the owner of a night club on Hollywood Blvd.. and will return to Hollywood by plane today. John Howard Whittemore of Middlebury ia studying for hlB Ph.D. degree at Yale University. Mr. Whittemore Is ah Instructor in the Romance languages at Trinity College, Hartford, and Is a graduate of Harvard. He holds a master's degree from Teachers College, Columbia University. Mrs. Michael D'Aversa of Naugatuck served as a bridesmaid Saturday at the wedding of Mary Grace Marcella and Domenic Raymond D'Aversa of Waterbury at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdcs. Mrs. D'Aversa is a. sister- in-law of the bridegroom. Miss Astrld Anderson of New New York spent the weekend at her home on Park avenue. Mrs. Louis Triano, president of the Emblem Club of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks, and Mrs. Mary Laguna, are attending a convention of the Supreme Emblem club In Swampscott, Mass., Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Sundbury of North Hoadley street, are entertaining Mr. George Oswald of Berlin, N. H., a relative. Miss Ann Tarnowski of 156 Cherry street and Miss Irene Loman of 55 Hoadley street, spent the week-end visiting friends in Montreal, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Oef- Inger of Sari Mateo, Calif., arrived Friday night to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dooling, 10 Carroll Court. Mr. and Mrs. Oeflnger flew from California to New York. EXCHANGE CLUB The Rev. Matthew H. Gates, minister of the Naugatuck Methodist church will be guest chajpiain at ..tomo.rrow evening^ dinner- meeting- of the* Exchange Club at Hall's restaurant, it was announced today by President Peter Wislocki. BANKS CLOSE The Naugatuek National and Naugatuck Savings 'banks will be closed Wednesday, Columbus Day, it was announced today by bank officials. This evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be a meeting of the CYO. At 7:30 o'clock there will be a meeting of the Polish, Roman Catholic Union 'Society. Rosary devotions will be held Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7:30 o'clock. Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock there will' be religious instructions for the public school .children. There will ;be no school for parochial school children Wednesday, Columbus Day. St. Mary's A Month's Mind requiem Mass will be celebrated Saturday morn- Ing at 8 o'clock for Mrs. Anna Stien. This evening: at 7:30 o'clock there will be Novena devotions in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. ' Societies: The CYO study club will meet this evening after Novena devotions. Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock there will be a meeting of the Holy Name Society. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock there will be a meeting of the Altar Society. Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock the regular, weekly parish entertainment will be held in the church basement. Friday the Altar Society will hold a rummage sale, from 9:30 o'clock •in- the morning until 4 in the afternoon, in the church basement. Donations may be left In the church basement or will be picked- up by calling Mrs. Philip Connell, of John street. The parish census this week will include Curtlss, Johnson, John, High and Orchards streets and Orchard terrace. St. Francis' This evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be a meeting of the CYO. Wednesday evening at 6:45 o'clock the junior choir will rehearse in St. Cecelia's hall. At 8 o'clock the senior choir will rehearse, also in St. Cecelia's Hall. . This morning at 7:30 o'clock there was a seventh anniversary requiem high Mass for John Baukas. Wednesday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be an anniversary requiem high Mass for Anthony Longello. Friday morning at 8 o'clock there will be a month's mind Mass for Louis Buckmiller. Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be a requiem .high Mass for Catherine Carroll. At 8 o'clock there will be a month's mind Mass for Joseph Marinaccio. All children in the St. Francis' parochial school and the public schools have been given letters on Neighborhood Rosary groups. The Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor, urged that parents read the letters and form Neighborhood Rosary groups. The Rosary will be said at the 7:30 o'clock Mass each morning In October. This is Fire Prevention Week. Father Keating urged that all parishioners exert the utmost caution to avoid fires. FIKEMEN MEET The committee of the annual Firemen's Ball of the Naugatuck Hose, Hook and Ladder Co.. will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the flrehouse Foreman Herbert Cockcroft chairman will be in charge. The ball will be held Thangsgiving Eve. . . . MEET TONIGHT The executive committee of the Naugatuck Chapter of Barber Shop 'Singers will meet this evening at 7 o'clock in the Elks room 1 . President Arthur Swan will preside. REHEARSAL The regular rehearsal of the Men's Chorus will take place tonight at 7:45 o'clock in the SMCA cafeteria. Jesse F. Davis will direct. '..'.. '•.;.•. YOU CAN INCREASE YOUR INCOME The famous ELMER WHEELER Course in Tested SALESMANSHIP Will Show You How ... /" 1. To make bigger sales—and more of them 2. To fit yourself for a better sales job . 3. To handle sales meetings, dealer or customer groups capably. . . f 4. 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Fran and Ollle 7:30—Show Room 7 :45—"News Caravan" 8 :00—Tele-Theater 8:30—Barlow Concert 9:00—The Theater 9 :30—Black Rohe 10:00—Quiz Kids EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wrecker and lowing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 5236 _NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, OCT. I», HM9—PACK 3 Funeral Mrs, Kathryn Bennett Funeral services for Mrs. Kathryn Bennett, wife of Clarence W. Bennett, Prospect, who died yesterday at St. Mary's Hospital after a brief Illness, will' be Wednesday from the Mulville Funeral Home ,270 V/est Main street, Waterbury, time to be announced. A solemn high Mass will be celebrated at St. Anthony's church, Prospect. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 10 and tomorrow from 2 to 10 o'clock. Schools To Close For Teachers Annual Convention Oct. 28 Hartford, Oct. 10 — Connecticut teachers will meet in Hartford and New Haven, Oct. 28, in their annual convention under the auspices of the Connecticut Education Association, 'Friedrich G. Roth of Bridgeport, CEA president, reported today. As usual, public schools throughout the state will be closed to allow all teachers to get to Hartford or New Haven for the annual sessions. In Hartford the general session, to stari at 9:30 a. m., will be held In Bushnell Memorial Hall, with Mr. Roth presiding. In New Haven Woolsey Memorial Hall of Yale University will be the meeting place, and Klma C. LeBlond, West Hartford, CEA vice-president, will preside over the general session, also scheduled for 9:30 a. m. Exhibits for the Hartford meeting will be at Hartford Public High school and for New Haven at Hillhouse High school. Principal speaker at Hartford will be Louis Fischer, author of "Men and Politics" and numerous other books on world affairs, newspaper columnist and well known political analyst. In New Haven' Ray Josephs, author of "Argentine Diary" and other works on Latin America, magazine writer and foreign correspondent, will give the keynote address. The Hartford program will also include talks by Dr. Edmond Thome, Superintendent of Schools for West Hartford, and Helen S. MacFarland, Mansfield Center, former president of the CEA. In New Haven, Dr. Finis E. Engleman, Connecticut's Commissioner of Education, and Lyndon U. Pratt, CEA Executive Secretary, will speak. Special interest groups will hold luncheon meetings and business sessions in both cities beginning at 12:30 p. m. 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