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1 ^^™«.—•••—»~».^^___^_^ Personal—So cial—Fraternal -^^———___^___^± i C7t/fo Federation To Hold Fall Meeting "Strength In Unity" will be the i • theme of the fall meeting of the Connecticut State Federation of Women's Clubs to be held in Conley Inn., Torrington, on Wednesday, Oct. 19, beginning at 10:30. Mrs. Wilmer L. Shultz of Canaan, State Federation president, will preside at the all-day meeting, assisted by the vice-presidents, Mrs. Douglas A. Johnston of Newington and Mrs. Clifford A. Teeple of Naugatuck. The invocation will b« made by the Rev. G. Homer Lane of Center Congregational Church, Torrington. The Hon. William A: Kifcnsrtin, Mayor of Torrington, will welcome the delegates to the city. Mrs. Joseph F. Reed of New Preston, Litchfield 'County vice-president, will extend greetings to the federation with a reaponse by Mrs. George L. Ross, president of the Torrington Woman's Club. The morning session will feature two speakers. Henry R. Murphy of Rockville, will speak on ''Strengthening Safety Through the Community". Mr. Murphy has had wide experience in developing traffic safety programs throughout the state for a number of- years. "The Juvenile Court—In Theory and Practice" will be the subject of the Hon. Stanley P. Mead of New Canaan. Judge Mead presides over the First District Juvenile Court covering Fairfield and Litchfield Counties. Following luncheon at 12:30, the afternoon session will reconvene at 1:45 when the lieutenant governor of Connecticut, the Hon. William Carroll, will bring greetings from the State of Connecticut. Mrs. James L. McConaughy of Cornwall will take as her subject "Interrelated," during the afternoon session, giving first hand information on the life of a governor's wife. "Strengthening the Library Program on the Adult Level" will be the subject of Miss Helen Ridgeway, public library specialist of the American Library Association of Chicago, who will be the final speaker of the afternoon. Musical interludes will be provided fay Mrs. Percy G. Hartnett of Meriden, a soprano soloist, formerly a member of the St. Louis Opera Co., accompanied by Mrs. Madaleine Horton Schmidt of Meriden. The hostess clubs of this meeting will be the clubs of Litchfield County. j Reservations for luncheon should be made with Mrs. George L. Ross, 42 Charles street, Torrington, by Oct. 15. A large attendance is expected at this meeting with representatives from 83 Junior and Senior Women's clubs of the State Fader- ation. Brown University recently began its 186th academic vear with an entering class of approximately 600' freshmen ,among v.'l.ont was James (Doug) Lynn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin T. {Lynn. of 27 Walnut street, who will study for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. He is a graduate of N:u:ga- tuck High school in the cljxss" of 1949. St. Michael's Prayer Book Pageant Sun. On Sunday, Oc.t. 16, at the 31 o'clock service at St. Michael's Church, the pageant of the P«-.yer Book .entitled "The Boole Belovc-d ' will be presented by a group of forty children and adults from the Church School under the direction of Mrs. Mildred B. Hair. There will be no 9:30 session of the Church School as th* children will attend 'the service ir. the church at 11 o'clock. The pageant is one of the best- known of all religious dramas having been written originally for a. church in China, and rewritten for use in connection with the 400th anniversary of the Prayer Book. Mother Ch'.irch, through the help of her servant Christopher explains to two pilsrims the meaning- of various services, each one of which is represented by a person in appropriate costume, carrying- a banner with suitable inscription. Rev. Winfred B. Lanerhorst a ad Rev. Richard W. Baxter will iiave a share in the pageant. Other leatl- ing- participants will be Robert Andrews as Christopher, Mius Lucinda Hoadlcy as Mother Church, Judy Hart and Richard Morter.sen os pilgrims. David Brown, organist will play the chosen hymns in the drama. Emblem Club Hears Report Of Convention The Emblem Club of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks.met last eve j ning at the Elks Hall to hear a I report of the National Convention held last Weekend in S-.vampscott, ! Mass. Mrs. Louis Triano, president of the' club and delegate to the con- vr.ntion reported that 702 delegates representing 19 states and 124 clubs were present. One of the main happenings was the convention banquet held Mon- Iday evening when the 817 assembled guests heard the main address on "Charity" given by former National Grand Exalted Ruler John P. Malley. A sum of money was also presented to Mr. Malley for aid to the Children's Foundation, of which he is chairman. Nine scholarships were awarfled to daughters of Emblem members who were most deserving. Mrs. Helen Carlson, of Tiffin, ^ Ohio, was installed in impressive ! ceremonies Tuesday evening as the I new Supreme President. The 24th annual National Convention of the Emblem Clubs will be held in Ohio in November of next year. Lutheran Brotherhood To Present Reliious Film Additional Social News on Page 4 Mrs. Ralph Rasche served as matron of honor in the wedding of Miss Shirley M. O'Brien of New! ington and. Arthur R. Sutherland I of Hamden, which took place in I Trinity Episcopal Church Satur- j day. Mr. Rasche was among the ushers. ENGELMAN'S' SEMEJiBER THE 'CHIMEI* T01HOTE <* CfflLl REMEMBER THE CHILDREN YOU LOVE on CHILDREN'S DAY Children . . . the pride and joy of our lives! Our inspiration today, our hope tomorrow. Let's show them how much we care by remembering them on this their day, Sunday, Oct. 16th flV A custom-careful look of embroidery. A ruffled scoop neckline, a darling dress to delight the heart of any little girl! It's Cinderella's "Magic Touch" in two-tone broadcloth. Sizes 7 to 12 $3.98 Sizes 3 to 6i/, $2.98 Grown - up glamour for dainty little feet. She'll love the white bunny fur collar and gay plush. Elastic strap hack and real leather soles. Sizes 8 to 3 $2.79 Sizes 4 to 8 $2.99 • OPEN THURS. EVE. Give her a "vanity- case" that's just her size! With a real hair brush and comb in Incite, built - in mirror and two pairs of polly pigtails panties. Sizes 2 to 12 all for only. $1-98 FOR -VOUNV WATEKBUBY 90 SOUTH MAIN ST., WATERBURY Let tis help you thrill that boy or girl on Children's Day, October 16th Sunday, October l(i, 1!)4£' will be observed as Brotherhood Sunday _ by the United Lutheran Church in / /7/7>»/?C America. The men. of. the. Brother- *-***P*•*•"•> hood of the Immanuel Lutheran Church, cordially invite the public to attend the .showing of the movie, "Like a Mighty Army" in the church at 7:30 p. m. on Sunday evening. The entire service will be conducted by the men of tho Brotherhood. The; movie was produced in Hollywood by Cathedral Films, Inc., and has boon acclaimed as one of the most realistic and stirring religious dramas now OTV the screen. It tells of the conflict in a large and substanial city church when a proposal comes that it should start, a branch or mi-j«;u-.n congregation In a neighboring community. AH (.he parts are played by carefully selected professional actors of Hollywood, except the one instance where the Congregation of Trinity Lutheran Church of Pasa- dent, California, was lllmcd during its regular Sunday morning sev- vice. The script was' written by Hen- Roemer, Jr., Mrs. Ralph Rasche, ry Endress, stewardship recretary Mrs. M. H. Bickelhaupt and Mrs. of the United Lutheran Church. r »""" 1 - 1 »«•--•»« This is the third film written and directed by Mr. Endress. Following the movie a social hour will be held in the church parlors with the men of the Brotherhood serving light refreih- inenls. The committee in charge of the affair consists of Albert Krampetz, Emii Schiman .ind William Pohl. Miss Martino Honored Guest A shower honoring Miss Gene vieve Martino of 11 Phoenix avenue was held October 1 at Odd Fellows hall. Miss Martino is planning her bridal to Frank "Spec" Shea as an event of November 19. Hostesses for the shower were Anita Martino, Mary Lou Shea, Marie Marrello and Mrs. Frank Ciprlano. Attending were: Mrs. Robert Harvey, Mrs. Katherine Radcliffe, Miss Antoinette Lamparella. Mrs. Louise Tyszka, Mrs. Eric Gabrielson and Jane Gabrielson, Mrs. Edward Rielly, Mrs. Gnido Santillo, Mrs. Grace Pandolfi. Mrs. Joseph Sijmma, Sr., and Margaret Summa, Mrs. John Girulis, Mrs. Mayme McCarthy, Mrs. Charles Sirica, Mrs. Frank Mariano and Frances Mariano, Mrs. Frank Presto, Mrs. John Mariano, Mrs. William Mariano, Mrs. William Ernst, Mrs. R. M. Shea, Mrs. Frank Berardi, Mrs. Angelo Triano, Mrs. Pat Mastropietro, Mrs. Frank Morris, Mrs. Ben Cretello, Mrs. Louis Cretello, Mrs. Joseph Triano, Mrs. Michael D'- Averso, Mrs. Joseph- Celello, Mrs. Anthony Mariano, Mrs. Sam Riz- zutti and Rose Rizzutti, Mrs. Sam Martino, Mrs. Michael Garufi, Mrs. Andrew Sirica and Mayme Sirica, Mrs. Lorraine Lafo, Mrs. Joseph Spadola, Miss Jennie Pandolfi, Mrs. Adam Oliviere, Mrs. Jerry Sirica, Mrs. Charles Triano and Mrs. Mario Oliviere. Also Mrs. Samuel Tummarello and Mary Tummarello, Miss Ann Gallucci, Mrs. Carmella Pandolfe and Sarah Pandolfe, Mrs. Mary Marrello, Mrs. David O'Shea and Helen O'Shea, Mrs. Carl Merolli, Mrs. Rocco Donofrio, Mrs. Raymond Fredericks, Mrs. Angelo Martino, Mrs. James Henderson, Mrs. Grace Cipriano, Mrs. Robert Scheiber, Mrs. Loretta Marrello, Mrs. Frank Brennan, Mrs. Antoinette Sabia, Mrs. Edith Limone, Mrs. Edward Sweeney, Mrs. Marie Ciarleglio, Miss Margaret Morris, Miss Audrey Fosdick. Mrs. Rocco Tri ano, Mrs. Olga Russo, Miss Gene vieve Ropiecff, Mrs. Joseph Summa, Jr., Miss Joanne Aquavia, Mrs. Connie Berardi, Mrs. Muriel Campbell, Miss Delores Aquavia, Mrs Bernie Palmer, Mrs. William Hill Mrs. LeRoy Schiethe, Mrs. Josephine Zinko, Miss Lois DeCarlo, Mrs. Louis Martino, Miss Lorretta O'Shea, Miss Dorothy Grady, Miss Angle Cariello, Mrs. Felix Cariello, Mrs. Rose MacDonald, Mrs. Charles Berardi, Mrs. Joseph Gleason, Miss Lucy Nardello, Mrs. Joseph Pitino, Mrs. Grace Pitcher, Mrs. Michael Stabile, Mrs. Emil Martino, and the honored guest. I Unable .to attend but sending gifts were: Mrs. Joseph Aquavia, Mrs. Louis DeCarlo, Miss Antoinette DeCarlo, Miss Jeanne DeCarlo, Mrs. Albert Grella, Mrs. Rocco Sabia, ' Mrs. Salvatore Presto, Mrs. Lawrence Machione, Miss Agnes Machione, Miss Anna Machione, Miss Mary Machione, Mrs. Mildred Amatruda, Mrs. Frank Garufi; Mrs. John Presto, Mrs. Rocco Mollico, Mrs. William Capello, Mrs. John Wells, Mrs. Henry Click, Miss Marion Traficanti, Miss Elma Traficanti, Miss Catherine Mennillo, Mrs. Rose Cusio, Mrs. John Cellello, Mrs. Lina Emanuel, Mrs, Domenic Triano, Mrs. Ray Men- gacci, Mrs. Carrie Soda, Mrs. Rita Sunny, Mrs. Theresa Borgnis, Mrs. George Graham, Mrs. Michael Sabio, Mrs. Mikllne Marrello, Mrs. Donald Dibble, Mrs. John Delaney, Mrs. Milton Shea and Mrs. Olga Grant. All Day Meet Of Archdeaconry A delegation from St. Michael's branch of the 'Woman's Auxiliary will attend the semi-annual meeting of the New Haven Archdeaconry branch, to be hold in Trinity Church parish house, New Haven, Monday, Oct. 17th beginning- at 10:30 in the morning. Mrs. Norris M. Follett, president will be accompanied by. Miss Emily Killer, Mrs, Lyman "Lamphere, Mrs. George Follett, Mrs. Helen Winklor and Miss, Sophie Brown. The Iprogram for the all-day session will include a report of the San Francisco Triennial by Mrs. John D. Plant, president of the Connecticut Auxiliary. Annual Bridge The Ladies Aid Society of the Congregational Church held their annual fall dessert-bridge yesterday afternoon in the church hall with about 240 attending. Mrs. Chester Randall was chairman of the arrangements committee. The hall was decorated with flags in observance of Columbus Dai. Prizes were awarded at' each table and 20 door prizes donated by local merchants were also awarded. Door prize winners were Mrs. Charles Ashborn, Middlebury; Mrs. Earl Pearson, Waterbury; Mrs. Thomas Norton,, Mrs. Edward Weaving, Mrs. C. M. Ludolph, Mrs. Ralph Fulton, Mrs. Martin. Lynn. Mrs. Willard Perkins, Mrs. C. Holding, Mrs. Clayton Houseknecht, Mrs. . L. Kecfer, Mrs. Donald Wood. Mrs. Joseph Little, Mrs. Leroy ribbs, Mrs. William Chittenden, Mrs. Henry Zwick, Mrs. William NAUGATUCK NEWS (COXTf.), THURSDAY. OCT. 13, 194ft—PAGE 3 The Board of Education met yes- | that only routine business was ex- terday afternoon at the Tuttle i pected to come before vhe bo:ird School, Chairman, Dr. J. Nelsen I — Judy, explained that the agenda for I The Mardi Gras parade has ber-a the meeting had been arranged but > staged in Xew Orleans since 1&38.- Christmas In October BOXED ASSORTMENTS OF Christmas Cards Donald MacVicar. Assisting Mrs. Randall on the arrangements committee were: Mrs. Allen Trask, Mrs. Irving Cutting, Mrs. Fred Zonino, Mrs. Ralph Fulton, Mrs. John Helquist, Mrs. D. L. Keefer, Mrs. John Hayes, Jr.. Mrs. William Roemer and Mrs Joseph Little. Scores For Salem Bridge Scores for the Salem Bridge have been announced. North and South, high score, Miss Mildred Carlson and Mrs. John Wedemeyer, 71 1-2; second. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schmitz, 68; third, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Owens 57 1-2. East and West, high score, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butcher, 76 1-2; Mrs. Anthony Stien and Mrs. Arnold Carlson, 63; and Mrs. John Kelley and Mrs. J. w. Vergosen, 62. The official standing Us Miss Carlson and Mrs. Wedemeyer 263 1-2; Richard Sundberg and Morris Follett, 257 1-2; and Mr. and Mrs. Schrnitz, 249. NOW ON DISPLAY It's not TOO early to select cards. Better buy and address them now. Choose from dozens of different assortments including famous Hallmark — Rustcraft Paramount and Volland Cards. QUALITY AND QUANTITY COMBINED GIVE YOU BETTER CARDS AT LOWER PRICES Here's A F$w Listed Below 32 25 12 for for for $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 28 for $1.00 15 for 50c 12 for 50c GRANDMA MOSES — CURRIER AXD IVES — EDGAR GCEST RELIGIOUS BOXED ASSORTMENTS 50c-S1.00 Personal Christmas Cards IMPRINTED WITH TOUR NAME 50 fcrSlOOi,, . Sample Books Are Ready For You ORDER TODAY — WHY BE TOO LATE? The CARD and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ST £—STORE 213 CHURCH ST. ART and STATIONERY 1 NAUGATUCK 156 CHURCH STREET 21 SOUTH MAIN LOWER PRICES - Better Values! REGULAR $2.25 ALARM CLOCK only $1.59 PULL PINT MINERAL OIL Heavy Type 27c The Modessjompon ipkg. of 1OV 35* pkg. of 40'* *1.19 REG. 50c VALUE! PLAYING CARDS Straight or Pinochle "SURE-FIRE" FLUID ji LIGHTER JJQ Big Can for INSTANT CLAiROL Often bclpt to make wornta look ten years yonnfer — in one quick treatment too. Permanently colon Mr to which it i« ipplied. 23 ' florioui thadei. 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