Social-Personal Fraternal Middlebury Briddl Oct. 29 Invitations for the wedding of Miss Carol Wilson Duryee, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Laurence Matthews Duryee, iliddlebury to John Elton Wayland. son of 'Mr and Mrs. E. S. Wayland, Woodlawn Terrace and "Ardshea]- Paget. Bermuda, have been issued Rev. Charles L. Ives, pastor of Middlebury Congregational Church will officiate at the 4 o'clock ceremony Oct. 29. Miss Duryee -has chosen as her attendants Mrs. Willard S. Girvin, Jr., of Water-town as her matron of honor and Miss Ann Hinman ot Southbury as maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Alice Wayland. sister of the groom and Miss Joan Summer of New Canaan. John Schuyler Thomson of Southbury will be Mr. Wayland's best man. The reception wilf be held in the Duryee home on Breakneck Hill. Miss Duryee is a graduate of Saint Margaret's School and Bennett Junior College. Mr. Wayland is a graduate of Brooks School, Northwestern University and Yale. He is a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity. Lotties'Aid Rummdge Sale The Ladies' Aid Society of the Salem Lutheran Church will hold a rummage sale Thursday evening Oct. 13, from 7 to 9 o'clock and Friday evening, Oct. 14. from 9 to 12 noon in the church hall. Mrs. Carl Thompson is chairman assisted by Mrs. Fridolf Carlson. Those having articles to contribute are asked to bring them to the church on Wednesday, Oct. 12. If unable to do so call Mrs. Carl Thompson at 2604 and she will arrange to have it collected. Juniorettes" Hold Tea The opening tea of the Naugatuck Woman's Club Juniorettes was held Monday afternoon fn the Legion Home on Cedar street. Following the salute to the f&g, Marilyn Carlson welcomed the members and guest$. Following the reading of the pledge, Mrs. John Deegan, Mrs. .Armstrong Durr and Mrs. Francis Feeley gave brief talks. The business of the club concluded, the program was turned over to Margretta Deegan,. program chairman. Barbara' Burtnett began the musical by'singing Estrelita and Danny Bo_y. Ann Sheedy then'sang the Last Mile Home followed by Darlene Nelson who rendered Four Winds and The Seven Seas and To You. The meeting was then adjourned and tea was served by the Hospitality Committee headed by Cynthia Wilmot. The Fidelity Bible class of the Methodist Church will hold a business meeting and social at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday in the church. Mrs Thomas Walsh and Mrs. Harry Rogers will be hostesses. EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Fainting Facilities Wrecker and Towing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 5236 TA_ CUTAWAY .KOB THAT ntPOBTAHT XYXVTI W* CM Fh jrom* TBO B* «t T»«» AH or •••!! (FALL TEEM NOW OPEN Office Open 8:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. .POST JUNIOR COLLEGE J4 Central Ave. WatSbury Phone 4-OTTt N«w A Reconditioned Motor* FORD A MERCURY Budge* Plan Available The NAUGATTTCK FUEL CO DEALER Tt-vte 62S1 COMBINATION' STORM WINDOWS A DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCO tSt Bank St.. Waterbnry Phone 4-9219 Noted Stylist To Speak To Woman's Club Mary Roberts, prominent Boston stylist, and fashion advisor to many if Boston's best known professional women, musicians and artists, will be—the guest speaker at Monday afternoon's meeting of the Naugatuck Woman's Club, at 3 o'clock in the American Legion Home, Cedar street, it was announced today by Mrs. Willis D. Merrill, publicity chairman. Miss Roberts will be introduced by Mrs. Albert Holmberg, program chairman. "Her subject," '-Mrs. Holmberg said, "will appeal to women who are interested in al- •vays looking their best. She tells vou how to fashion-analyze yourself—the art and technique of mak- *ng the most of one's appearance." The noted stylist has studied both in Europe and in this country, and is the winner of the Good Housekeeping American Designer Contest. She is a member of the faculty of the Von Ladlau School if Fashion and fashion instructor tor the Kathleen Dell Secretarial School, and is well-known as a •speaker at women's clubs throughout New England. Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president, will preside at the business meeting. Garden Dept. Views Bristol Mums Show Twenty-three members and one guest of the Garden Department of <he Naugatuck Woman's Club attended a tour of the Bristol Nurseries a,t Bristol, Conn., yesterday l o see the Chrysanthemum display. The party of 24 left Naugatuck at noon lunching en route at the Seven Acres Chicken House in Terryville. The group motored on •o the Bristol Nurseries where Arthur Bird, proprietor, gave a short 'ecture on the care of chrysanthemums and other flowers and followed his talk with a tour of the beautiful show gardens. Many of '.he new species seen were Sincerity, Golden Carpet, Tapestry, Betty, Red Cloud, Masquerade and Moonbeams. Mrs. Chester Garvin, chairman of the department, and Mrs. Fred Mowrey, transportation chairman, were in charge of arrangements for the trip. Attending were Mrs. Omar Gibbs, Mrs. Euple Pigaty, Mrs. James Thurston, Mrs. Victor A. Anderson Mrs. L. H. Racke, Mrs. John J Gormley, Mrs. Chester A. Garvin, Mrs. Henry McCarthy, Mrs. George W. Carroll, Mrs. H. E. Perkins, Mrs. Clayton A. Houseknecht, Mrs William Schofield and Mrs. Robert W. Fenn. Also Mrs. Fred Mowrey, Mrs George Barwick, Mrs. Chester Bosworth, Mrs. William H. O'Donnell Mrs. W. J. Megin, Mrs. Francis A! Clerk, Miss Jane G. Twitchell Mrs. George Painter, Mrs. John P Ooe, Mrs. M. A. Stewart and Mrs W. Glenn Kirby. St. Mary's Rummag-e Sale The Altar Society of St. Mary's church in Union City will hold a rummage sale Friday evening. Oct. 14, from 9:30 a. m. until 4. Anyone having articles to donate are asked to please have them at the church basement or to telephone Mrs. Phillip Connell at 5938 and she will arrange for their col- lec^ion. Miss Jungle To Wed Nov. 12 Miss Boda Engle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bige Engle of Southington, former Naugutuck residents, has planned her bridal to Frederick Ardry, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ardry of Beacon Valley road for November 12 in St. Michael's Church, Beacon Falls. BAMOS IRON WORKS 4t» ftUBBEB AVENUB Expert Weldtap ol All Types-F Sheet Metal * Ornamental Steel Wor*. - Portable Welding Equipment — TELEPHONE 1177 TED'S AUTO BODY WORKS 57 HOTCHKISS ST. TEL. 6159 — Collision Specialists — lenders — Bodies — Auto Painting Towing- Service FLUSHING NOTICE The water mains of the Low Service System will be Hushed beginning at 11:00 P. M. on Thursday, October 13, 1949, and the operation will end at 3:00 A. M. on Friday, October 14, 1949. The water will be entirely off for most of this period in the higher section of the system. Flushing of hydrants win be continued on Friday, October 14; Tuesday, October 18; and Wednesday, October 19, 1949. The flushing operation will discolor the water and !t would be advisable to draw sufficient water for drinking purposes before the flushing operation begins. The part of the town serviced by this system comprises all the streets below Johnson Street on the east side of the town. On the west side. It will affect Hillside Avenue and all of the streets east of that thoroughfare, also all streets south of. Hifhland Avenue, except Galpin and Hoadley streets.. THE NAUGATUCK WATER CO. Sat. Birthday Guests Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L,. Wilcox of 66 Goodyear Avenue, entertained at a birthday party Saturday afternoon in honor of their son Stephen Earl, who was six years old. Guests include John Kaufman, Edith Granger, Judy and Mary Hansleit, Judy Hearns, Rosemary Wargo, Raymond Foley, Barry Stiber, Robert Gillon, Marcena Wilcox. Karln and Gretchen Anderson and William Warren. Games included Pin the Tail on the Don- feey, Punch Board, Hide a Dish, Matching Shoes, and a guessing game. Winners were John Kaufman, Barry Stiber, Mary Hanslei'. Gretchen Anderson and Karen Anderson. •Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox entertained the guest of honor's grandmother, Mrs. Inex Wilcox of Naugatuck, his aunt, Mrs. George Haney of Naugatuck. his aiint and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lrf>ngyel of Waterbury, o.nd their daughter, Judy. NAUGATITCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1949—PAGE 3 Ansonia Editor Addresses Ojeda Council, K, Of C. Church October 15 Members of the congregation and friends who wish their contributions to the auction sale, to be held Saturday morning, Oct. 15, in the Congregational parish house, collected, are asked to in.ll Mrs. Victor Chambers. A truck will be available to the Ladies' Aid Society, sponsors of the auction, Thursday and Friday nights, for the collection of articles. Members of the arrangements committee for the auction which will sta--t at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, include Mrs. J. Scott Brown, Mrs. Joseph Little, Mrs. John Hayes, Jr., and Mrs. Chambers. ' Honored At Housewarming Mr. and -Mrs. Jackie Renzoni, who are now occupying their new home at 36 Woodland street, were honored at a house warming recently. Hostesses were the i r daughter, Mrs. Eugene Ober of Bridgeport, Mrs. Angle Volpe. Mrs. Dpmenic Pinto and Mrs. Sal DeVito. A buffet luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Renzoni were presented with a beautiful English china dinner set. Those attending included: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rosini, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rosini Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Baldelli, Mr. and Mrs Edio Forchlelli, Mr. and Mrs. Enio Forehielli, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Forchielli, Mr. and Mrs. Sal De Vito, Mr. and Mrs. Domenic Pinto Mr. and IMrs. Louis Piculo, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Olieveri, Mr. and Mrs. Mario Olieveri. Mr. and Mrs John Palmeri. Mr. ,:nd Mrs Edward Impoliti, Mr. and Mrs Eu(gene Ober of Bridgeport, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nori, Mr,5. Lena Car- pacinni, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rossi, Mr. and Mrs. Lawence Vol|pe Mr and Mrs. Michael Broderick Miss Eleanor Broderick, Miss Irene Janus, Walter Janus, Mr. and Mrs John Doback, Mrs. Jackie B~rod- erick, Mrs. William Broderick, Daniel Renzoni. Nello Renzoni Aldo Forehielli, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- w ^° b i nS » i ' Mtes Marv PIa <=e of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. William Mannelh^and the guest of honor. Congregational Bridge-Tourney Scores for the Congrsgational Church bridge tourney which opened its fifth scission last evening have been announced ti^ 0rth , l , a0n , d S ° Uth hj Kh' scorers tied with 84 were Mrs. Lester Up^V nd ,^ rS ' Conrad Lindahl, and Mrs. Willard Bittle and Mr , Seymour Squires, In second pl ace with a score of 80 were Mr. and Hot /T Sigl ° r - MrS ' Edi ™"^ Hess and Mrs . Chester Randall followed in third place with 78 1-2 Tallies for East and Wewt top eh 0 ," 6 , ^ M J - 2 f ° r Mr ' ^d M° SP Charles Reeve. Tied for second Place with 84 were Mr. and Mrs Becker and Mrs. Walter Booth and Mm. N. J. Benson. John Sutn ir I" ,h /"? ° heSter Randa » wore m third place with 81. Totals were first Mrs. SquircK and Mrs. Bittle 448 1-9 • second Vr, and Mrs. Charles Howard I 424 f 2 Sodality Elects New Officers <W T M Ch , ildren of Mary Sodality of St. Mary's Church elected officers at a meeting held last evening Miss Lucille Smey was chosen as president of the Sodality, other officers include Ann Rathburn vice-president; Barbara Borba"' secretary; Larrainne Grant urer; Caralyn -, Tn meetin £ will be held Ma V, ^ the 9:3 ° °' cloclc Mass All members are requested Beth Israel Rummage Sale The annual fall rummage sale ot the Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation will be held Thursday and Friday, in the vacant store next to the Alcazar, on Main street from 9:30 to 5 o'clock each day Mrs. Jules Don is general chairman, and reports a wide selection of attractive clothing, especially m the women's wear line, available. Mrs. Hyman Alpert is cor chairman. Mrs. William Rosenblatt 's in charge of publicity. Those who •wish to may leave contributions at Rosenblatt/s, Maple street, or telephone Mrs. Don at 6905 Degree Assembly; ancT Clarence H. Green, councillor. Celebrates 3rd Birthday Linda Jane Southworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Southworth, Beacon Valley Manor, who was three years old Thursday, celebrated the event with a birthday |;.iarty Monday afternoon. Guests included Bernice and Bobby Bcnuon David and James Mahan. Beth Vincent, Joseph Wol- cin, Slaine Severson, Diane Kirk, Thomas and Peter VanVesserr|. and Steven Pca.sley.-- Mrs. Southworth was assisted by her daughter, Carol DuJoy. Briefs The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational Church will hold an auction Saturday at 10 a. m. in the parish house. Persons having articles which they wish to donate are asked to bring them to the parish house before Saturday, or if unable to -do so, to contact Mrs. Victor Chambers of Summitt Road and she will arrange for their collection. The auction committee in addition to Mrs. Chambers included Mrs. J. Scott Brown Mrs. Joseph Little, and Mrs. John Hayes, Dr. and Mrs. George DuBois and Dr. and Mrs. Hans Griesbach were among the 45 couples attending the third annual dinner dance sponsored by the Waterbury Dental Assistants Assn. Saturday evening- in the Assembly Room of the Elton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Loman of 65 Hoadley street will entertain as their guest for several days Mrs W. C. Crandall of La Jolla, California. Mrs. Chester A. Garvin, chairman of the garden department of '.he Woman's Club, headed a delegation in Bristol today. Members will tour the Bristol Nurseries to witness and hear a lecture about chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. Prank O. Anderson of Millville and -Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newman of Cherry street, spent the week-end in Pawtucket, R. I., visiting Mr. Newman's mother. Mrs. Hall Kinsey p of White Plains, N. Y., is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nuber, of Millville ;ivenue. ^ Pfc. Robert A. Stien, of the U. 3. Army Air Force, who is stationed at Grenier Air Force Base, Manchester, N. H., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stien, North Hoadley street. CONTINUANCE Thomas Walsh, 20. 20 George street, was granted a continuance today in Waterbury city court, on a charge of violation of the rules of the road. Thanksgiving Bridal Planned Mr. and Mrs. Nunzio DeLeo of Berkeley avenue, Waterbury, have announced the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth to William Triano, son of Louis Triano and the late Mrs. Mary Triano of Naugatuck. Miss DeLeo is planning her bridal for Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24 at "8 o'clock in St. Lucy's church, Waterbury. Square Dance On Saturday The Playmakers of St. Michael's Church are sponsoring a square dance to be held in the parish houise on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 8 o'clock. The public is invited and there will be no admission charge. Miss Cecile Brenneis of Waterbury will. direct the dancing. New Haven Not A City-M'cCook HartfSrd, Oct. 11—(UiP)—Coun- cilman Anson T. McCook had be,t- ter steer clear of New Haven for a long ti'mie. After he had reported" that the streets of Hartford are dirty compared with those of other cities he was asked, "How about New Haven?" 'McCook replied, "I don't consider New Haven a city " Naugatuck Elks To Attend Formal Dinner The 0?a.st Exalted' Ruler., Association of Connecticut Elks will honor three outstanding members Saturday night at a dinner in the Town House, New Haven, President Edgar Leach of the local association announced today. To be honored are James L McGovern, Bridgeport; Martin Cxm- nmgnam. Danbury and Harry C Brown, Norwich. The formal dinner will be attended by a dele- oration from Naugatuck. Plans will • , d ,' sc "? secl at a meeting tonight i nthc Naugatuck Lodge rooms at S:M o clock The local group will meet at 6:30 p. m. Saturday in the lodge rooms. NOLLE~' ; r«inH» Henry Carroll. 18, of 180 Maple street, was granted a nolle on payment of ,$24 when he appeared in Waterbury City court this morning on a charge of speeding. His case had been continued from ves- terday. 4 YEARS IN OFFICE Bolivia's president is not eligible for immediate re-election after his term of four ye°ars. QUITE AN INCREASE Canada had only 1,215 residents when her first census was taken in 1666. "Vbur cars no polar Bear/ BULLETINS (By United Press) WANT MOCH Paris—Jules Moch, the tough Socialist leader who smashed the Communist strike fronts, has been asked to form a new French government. Moch said he would give his answer this afternoon. MAY QUIT CANTON Canton—Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek made a quick visit to his provisional capital today on a warship. It is understood that top Nationalist leaders talked over the poslblllty to abandoning Canton without a fight to Red troops now less than 40 miles away. NEW PRESIDENT Berlin—The new'East German state has elected Moscow-trained Wilhelm Pieck as its president today. It also got word from the Kremlin that it can rule the Soviet zone. Russia's promise to turn over administration of eastern Germany to the puppet government was read at the first joint meeting of the new parliament in Berlin. ADMINISTRATOR Springfield, Mass. — Monsignor •lohn Phelan of Worcester today was appointed administrator to serve the Springfield area's half- million Catholics. Father Phelan will serve until a successor is named for Bishop Thomas O'Leary, who died yesterday. HITS ARMY Washington—A high Navy officer, attacking the Air Force B-36 and unification plans, charges that the strategic plans of the Air Force are "ruthless and barbaric." Rear Admiral Ralph Ofstie also told House investigators today that the Air Force plans do not serve what he caled the "primary demands for our vital minimum security." • oOo FARM BILL Washington — President Truman has urged warring farm factions in Congress to get together and pass a farm hill at . this session which ho can, approve. The President met for an hour this morning with House and Senate leaders, but the White' House press secretary says no agreement was readier] at the conference. • oOo . PAY RAISES Washington—A joint House and Senate conference has agreed on i compromise bill raising salaries of cabinet officers from S15.000 to $22,500. The measure also would boost the pay of some 200 other government executives to figures ranging from $15,000 to $20,000. Essex Couple Finds Son Dead In Bed Essex, Conn., Oct. 11—(U P>— Sadness awaited Mr. and Mrs Frank Bean on their return from a vacation in Maine. When they arrived home, they found their 23-year-old son. Harold, dead in bod; The medical examiner said death was due to natural causes. Unidentified Person Uses Rado's Name in Pastor Bertram Call Burgess William Rado today protested the use of his name by an jriidenUfied person who he said telephoned the Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran ihurch in connection with the clergyman's recent attack on gambling. "I'll make trouble for the person responsible," said Senior Burgess Rado. Mr. Bertram said he received a 'elephone call yesterday from a person who questioned him concerning the identity of the Irish Sweepstakes winner he referred to in his Sunday sermon, who had gone sour as result of misuse of wecpstakes winnings. He said the ncrson identified himself as "Bill Rado." Mr. Bertram said he agreed to supply additional detail concerning the unfortunate sweepstakes winner and bring them to Mr. Rado. When he called at Mr. Rado's store this morning the latter told him he had been out of town yester- do.y, at Belmont. Mr. Rado said he wanted It known that he had not called Rev. Bertram, and that he was anxious to determine the identity of the person who used his name. Mr. Bertram said he bad received "quite a bit" of reaction to his attack on gambling, "most of it favorable." Bishop O'Leary Dies In Springfield Springfield, Oct. 11—(UP)—Funeral services are being arranged for Most Reverend Thomas O'Leary, Catholic bishop of Springfield. The prelate died* after a long illness yesterday at the age of 74. Bishop O'Leary was a native 'of Dover, New Hampshire, and served in churches at Manchester and Concord in that state. He was a priest for 52 years, with 28 years 'servide is bishop of Springfield, INDUSTRIAL COUNCIL A slate of officers for the coming year was submitted to members of the Naugatuck YMCA Industrial Council at the regular semimonthly meeting of the group this noon in the Y cafeteria. 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