Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 12, 1949 · Page 3
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Personal—So cial—Fraternal Evangeline Circle Fair To Be Held November 17 The monthly meeting of the Evanftellnc Circle of the Salem Lutheran Church waa held lust evening at Tranqulllty Farm, Middlebury. A chicken dinner was served to the 55 members attending. Following the dinner, a tour of the farm was made and the various processes were demonstrated. A business meeting followed conducted by Mrs. Willis Peterson, president of the Circle. It was reported that three girls from the church spent their vacations at "Lutherwood." Lake Webster during the summer. The vacations were sponsored by the Circle. It -was voted to donate a sum of money to the Girl Scout campaign. Mrs. Adolph Nelson, director of the Evangeline .Circle Chorus reported that rehearsals will be held each Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. and that the chorus will sin.? at the morning worsnip service on 'Church Lo3-alty Sunday", Nov. Mrs. Norman Johnson was accepted as a new member. Mrs. Wallace Johnson, general chairman of the annual fair to be held Thursday, Nov. 17, gave a report on the fair. Committees tor the following booths have been appointed. Aprons, Mrs. Anthony Lupo. Vivien Anderson, Agnes Anderson handkerchiefs. Mrs. Conrad Rons, Freda Peterson; food. Mrs. Eric Anderson. Mrs. Joel Anderson; snacks, Mrs. Norman Sears, Mrs. Wallace Nelson; miscellane- 6us. Mrs. Gustav Johnson. Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Edward Gerber; jewelry. Pauline Pearson. Mrs. Andrew Anderson. Ebba lorentzson: stationery. Ethel Salmonson. Mrs. Raymond Carlson Ellen Anderson; novelties, Mrs. HiJding Olson, Mrs. Harold Peterson. Mrs. Srnest Englund. Florence Anderson, Mrs-. Wallace Johnson. A supper will also be served with Mrs. Robert Anderson, chairman of the kitchen committee and Mrs. Elmer Sanford and Mr*. J. Louis Johnson, chairman of the/dining room committee. .'•> " Tickets will be in charge of Mrs. Willis Peterson and - Delia Anderson. ... .,'." The next meeting -will fee' held Nov. 8 at the church"'hall with Mrs. Stephen Luskay and Mrs. Gustav Johnson as hostesses. I Beth Israel Plans Oct. 29 Halloween Dabice The Sisterhood of Both Israel Congregation held a regular monthly meeting last evening at the Ceriter. 148 Kairview avenue. Plans were discussed for the formation of a nursery group and plans to reopen Hebrew classes are also under way. On Saturday, Oct. 29. a Halloween dance, a "Turn About Hat Party", will be held at the Center. A committee has been appointed to arrange for the annual dance to be held in the early spring. The Sisterhood will also sponsor a fall rummage sale Thursday and Friday, Oct. 13 and 14, in the vacant store next to the Alcazar Theater, on Main street, from 9:30 to 5:30 p. m. each day. Mrs. Jules Don is general chairman of the sale and Mrs. Hyman Alpert is cochairman. Following the business meeting refreshment were served and a. social hour was held. Church Helpers Fair Mm 10, 11 The Church_ Helpers _ Fall Fair will be held two days in St. Michael's parish house Nov. 10—and 11. It will open with -• dessert bridge on the 10th at 2:<XJ p. m. The hall will be decorated with various booths as follows: Toys, Mrs. Norris Follett; fancy work, Mrs. Leon Smith; flowers and plants, Mrs. Hans Griesbach; aprons. *Irs. Harold Free; handkerchiefs. Miss Jane --Twitche!!; jams and jellies, Mrs, Arthur Lewis and Miss Alice Johnson; white elephant. Mrs. John W. Briggs; bakery. Mrs. Jesse Howell; candy, Mrs. Seabury Hungerford; parcel post. Miss Annie Carley; St. Michael's Guild. Mrs. Mildred Hair On Nov. nth there will be the church supper, cafeteria style, from 5.-30 to 7:00 p. m., and the public Is invited. 15 New Members Join Jr. Club At the Monday night meeting of the Naugatuck Junior WoTOanfs club, held at the American Legion Home, Cedar street, Mrs. M. Francis Feeley presid_58l Miss Arlene Sullivan, •membership chairman, introduced fifteen new members who have joined the organization. The new members are Mrs. Norman Gibbs, Mary Ann Hoey, (Mns. Robert Kesson, Mrs. Paul O'Brien, Mrs. Lewis Becker, Mary Jane Mann, Mrs. Tracy Breen, Mrs. Francis Moses, Mrs. Robert Thurston, Mary Foy, Mrs. John McCollough, Mrs. Moses Shimer, Grace Kazam jian, Mrs. Nerses Matossian and Mrs. J. Seery Gogrgln. Following the business meeting Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scout television show was witnessed by the group through the courtesy <5f the American Legion. Clifford Warren (Doolittlc) who. recently performed for the group was one of the contcratants on the program. Mr. Norman, local hair stylist was guest for the evening. He demonstrated the latest hair creations both informal and formal. Mrs. Edward Noble, Mrs. Newell Porch, Jr., and Phyllis Morris were his models. A social hour followed with refreshments served -by Mrs. Ralph Pronovost and her committee. Religion School Teachers Tb Mieet Thn tnachitrH and commlt.tocH of the Weiik-Dtiy School of KiMlKfcm will nioi't lit (hi! ConRrrgaltiiniil Church tomorrow ufk'i'noon Immediately fallowing Iho Instriic- tlnn HeHHion. The religious Instruction beglnn at 2:-IO p. m. and those children from the local grammar schools who attend will be released from school at 2.30. Registrations arc still being received from those who have not aa yet registered. Catholic Women Executive Mket The Executive Board of the Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women held a business meeting last evening at the home of Mrs. Clarence Green, Terrace avenue. Miss Mary Claire Sullivan, vice-president, presided in the absence of Miss Frances Cuddy. The food sale originally scheduled for Oct. 14 has been postponed until November, the date to be announced in the future. Those attending last night's meeting were Mrs. William O'Donnell, Miss Margaret McG-uire, Miss Ann Lawlor, Miss Phyllis Morris, Mrs. John Joyce, Mrs. Joseph Zehnder, Mrs. Bernard Sullivan, Mrs. Joseph Murtha, Miss Dorothy O'Toole, Miss Sullivan, Mrs. Frank Dolan, Mrs. Green, Mrs. Charles Daly, Mrs. M. Francis Feeley, Miss Eleanor Oemcke, Mrs. Donald Gillette, and Mrs. Charles Noble, Jr. Following- the business meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. All Catholic women in Naugatuck are cordially invited to join the Naugatuck Council at its monthly meetings. Cost Mfrn To Mfret Salem Ladies' Aid To Meet The regular morkhly meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Salem Lutheran church will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Adolph Nelson of 56 Quinn street. Mrs. Olaf Nelson will serve as co-hostess. Eleven members of the Waterbury Chapter of the National Association of Cost Accountants will attend a regional cost conference in Springfield starting tomorrow and lasting through Saturday. Thomas E. McLaughlin, president of the Waterbury chapter, will be speaker at a session tomorrow. He will lead a discussion on publicity to be attended by officers and directors of chapters in New England. Mrs. Robert Saunders of Bethany road has returned to her homo from St. Mary's Hospital, Water bury. Celebrate20th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William H. Krodel of Hillside avenue will celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary on Columbus Day, today. The couple was married Oct. 12, 1929 at the home of Mrs. Krodel in Straitsville. The late Rev. Leonard E. Todd of Woodbury. a cousin of Mrs. Krodel, was the officiating clergyman. Mrs. Krodel is the former Celia Clark and they are the parents of four children, Ann, William 3rd, Jeanne, and George. Mr. Krodel is president of the Krodel Foundry in Waterbury. The Order of Rainbow, No. 22, will meet tomorrow owning at 7:30 o'clock in Masonic Temple, Church street, Clarice Swan, worthy advisor, will preside. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT SAMPLE HAT SALE Selected jiroup of beautiful sample hats styled to fit everyone. Values 12.95 to 18.95 Pwqyinakers Tb Open With Comedy Play The I'laynmltei'M will opon f.holr fifth wnson with n. thrcc-ucl cuni- cdv fantimy "Hoaven Cttn Wait," Novemht-r 15 luiil 1(1 In the -Parish Hull of St. Michael's Church. Chai'lcn T^udolph and Tom-Pace, arc slated In thn loading roles. The irnipporllnR cast will include Frank Molen, Mel EnRolHtud. Judy Conway, Warren Hess, Georpre 'Williams, Joe Donahue, Pat Hess, Steve Sturdevant, Hy Brooks! Janis Neprash, Betty Adams and Tom Lee. Jack Conway will direct and curtain time is 8:30 o'clock. E. H. High Principal Speaker At Hop Brook PTA Meeting Tonight Tin- Ortolmr mnolliiK »f Un' Hop Krcmk School Pnrpnl-Tcuchor AHMOctutlori will ho hold at H o'clock thin uvonlnjr In the mihool iiiKlltorlitm. Thn |j)r<>Ki'<im ,-wlth Curl Gai'vln, principal of the Knot IJavfn Hljfli fichuol, HH luui.Mt n]icultnr will bo^ln promptly .at 8 o'clock, after which thn huaincHK mooting will be hold. Mrs. Malcolm, president, will preside. All parents of the ischool nri> Invited. N CWS . ) , WKHNKHDAY, IKIT. 12, IfKIS—l'AOl'. 3 BUD N THE AIR TODAY] History Of Masom Traced Approximately 75 Naugatuck Masons attended the "Information Night" session last evening in Masonic Hall to hear high ranking state Masonic officials discuss the evolution of Masonry. The meeting was the first of Its type to be held locally in several years. Right Worshipful Frank H. Lindsley. Most Worshipful Earle K. Haling, and Most Worshipful Thomas H. Desmond traced the history of the Masonic organization from its inception up to the present date. A question-and-answer period followed the discussion. Refreshments and a social hour followed the meeting. Prospect PTA To Meet The Prospect PTA will hold an executive meeting this evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. William Butler of Morris street. The members of the Halloween party committee are also requested to attend. . BISCUITS Bristol—The let-down was terrific! Four fire companies were called to Salvation Army headquarters. But then the eager fire lad- dies found that the only damage was an ovenful of badly burned biscuits. Briefs There will be a meeting of the Auxiliary of the VFW tomorrow evening at the post rooms on Rubber avcsuo at 8 o'clock. Plans will be discussed for the card party to be held Oct. 20. The Emblem C}ub of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks will meet this evening at 8 o'clock in the Elks Hall. Mrs. Louis Triano, president, who attended the three-day convention in Swampscott, Mass., with Mrs. Mary Laguna will report on their activities. Personal- Mr. and Mrs. William Baribault of Mill street, Union City, have as their guests Mrs. Baribault's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Zehnder of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Zehnder will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday fiere. The Connecticut Society of X- Ray Technicians will hold -the first meeting of the season tomorrow, Oct. 13 at 8 o'closck at New Haven hospital. The guest speaker will be Dr. Joseph Espoisito, radiologist frtfm Bridgeport. The 2nd district of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet this evening at 8:30 p. m. at the Westville Post Rooms on Whalley avenue, New Haven. State Permit Given For Sister Kenny Polio Fund Effort The distribution of coin collection boxes for the ' Sister Kenny Foundation Hospital in Newark, N. J., in stores in Naugatuck and neighboring- towns was done under a state permit with the approval of the State Department of Public Welfare. The funds are to be used in the treatment and rehabilitation of infantile paralysis sufferers and ac- cording'to word received from the foundation officers, Connecticut iufferers are helped there. Neither the local nor Waterbury March of Dimes committees, which are in charge of solicitations for 'he fight against infantile paralysis in this area were advised of ;he appeal, The man who handled :be distribution of the boxes is no longer associated with the sponsoring- organization and efforts are now being made to learn what arrangements have been made for the collection of boxes and disbursement of funds. 6 .- IN BODDLEBUKY The Naugatuck Barber Shop singers, 35 strong, entertained last night it a meeting of the Middlebury Parent Teacher association. Rhumba King Stars At State, Hartfrd Xavier Cugat and his World-Renowned Orchestra will be the head- ine In Person attraction at the State Theater, Hartford, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Cugat will bring with him a rhythmic colorful aggregation that includes such talented stars as Norma, Otto Bolivar, Tato & Julia, Dick Benedi§, George Lopaz, Chino Santos, and a host of additional talent headed by the scintillating violin of Cugat himself. The Crosby Sis- ers, the nation's foremost singing mpressionists and comediennes, arc also added to the program. Xavier Cugat's engagement is imited to 3 days only, starting Friday. There are late stage shows every Saturday and Sunday starting at 10 p. m. Why Thousands of Doctors prescribe pleasant tasting nxwm (CAUSED BY COLDS) PERTTJSSIN acts at owce.Itnotonly relieves such coughing but also loosens up phlegm and makes it easier to raise. PERTUSSIN is sale! 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