Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 14, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, October 14, 1949
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Personal Social Fraternal Edward Raftery Engaged To Hartford Girl Mr. and Mrs. John Cole Cook of Asylum avenue, Hartford, announce the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter, Miss Jane Cole Cook, to Edward James Raftery, son of Mr. and Mrs. James V. Raftery of Maple street. Miss Cook is a graduate of Hartford Public High School and attended St. Joseph College, West Hartford. She is a member of the Hartford Junior Woman's Club and Is employed at the Aetna Life Insurance Co. She served with the TJ. S. Coast Guard in the SPARS at Savannah, Ga., for three years. Mr. Raftery was graduated from Bates College and the University of Conn. Law School, June, 1949. He was admitted to the Conn. State Bar Association and is practicing law in Naugatuck. During the war he served in the ChinarBurma- India theater. The wedding will take place Nov. 12 at 11 o'clock in St. Joseph's Cathedral. Hartford. OCTOBER SPECIAL! Rytex Parchment Printed Stationery j| Name and Address on White, Rose, or Grey 200 SINGLE SHEETS 100 DOUBLE SHEETS Only $1.50 A Nice Gift— — Order Now! Your Local Stationer SWEENEY'S ABT and STATIONERY STORE 213 CHURCH STREET Naugatjick ' —- ' ' - " "—.• Mrs. X J. Wrinn Hostess To Consumers League Mrs. John J. Wrinn, president of the Consumers League of Connecticut, Inc., was hostess at a meeting of the directors at her home at 179 Ward street Thursday afternoon. Dr. Albert S. Gray, of the State Health Department, and a member of the advisory committee of the league, discussed the program of the department for protecting the health of workers and their families in the smaller industries which are unable to employ full time physicians. The department sponsors a plan whereby several small bus- inessss or industries may participate with the employment of one physician. Miss Jeanette Studley, of Hartford, executive secretary of the league, discussed minimum wage laws in this and other states, and legislation pending in connection with minimum "wage scales. It was voted to send representatives to consult with Gov. Chester Bowles to get his views on a minimum wage for Connecticut. Mrs. William Maganau of Naugatuck and Mrs. Edward H. Treux, Jr., of Wethersfield, have undertaken a study of a situation which they term quite serious, the " increasing popularity of so-called nursery schools. -A discussion revealed that many of these childcare places are private homes under no state control. They will report upon this project at a later meeting. Dr. Gray complimented the league upon its undertaking such a project which he termed "a timely one". The aims of the league are to study and improve the conditions under which goods are produced, Mrs. Wrinn pointed out, in a review of some of the past accomplishments of the group. Plans I are underway, she said, to enlist j group membership. I ~ Guests included Miss Soph if. Brown, a past member of the league, who has helped on research, and Mrs. Anne Granger. Mrs. Earl. W. Pierson of Waterbury, a member of the board, contributed to the various discussions. The invitation of Mrs. Treux to hold the Noember meeting at her- home in Wethersfield, was accepted. Dr. Gray invited the group to visit the State Heath Department in Hartford to learn more of the department's program. Pond Hill Club Dessert-Bridge The Pond Hill Community Club held its.first dessert card party of ths fall season Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Those playing includes: Mrs. Jo- ,scph Adamski, Mrs. F. J. Randolph, Mrs. Joseph Aquavia, Mrs. James Quinn, Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Mrs. Alden Saunders, Mrs. Amy Bott. Mrs. Mahlon Sears, Mrs. Fannie Sear.s, Mrs. Arthur Stauf- fcr, 'Mr?. Fremont Hoadley, Mrs. Sokolski, Mrs. Peter Kinney, Mrs. Ellen Lucas, Mrs. Lambert, Mrs. Anna Washes, Mrs. Rheta Monroe Lave, Mrs. Marjory Phillip.?. Mrs. Floyd Wooster, Er., Mrs. Carrie Smith, Mrs. Harry Monroe. Mrs. Arthur Cnrriero, Mrs. Peter Moeckel, Miss Florence Schiller, Mrs. Walter Pock of Cheshire, and Mrs. iManuel Alberto. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Bott. Mrs. Adamski, Mrs. Hoadley, Mrs. Carriero, Mrs. Woostcr and Mrs. Washes. Mrs. Randolph ,and Mrs. Smith were awarded the door prizes. The party was arranged under the chairmanship of Mrs. Peter Moeckel iSr., activities chairman for the month of October. CAESAB KXZYKOW8KI ••Muter — Decorator 1» BBENNAN ST. TEL. 3783 Free Estimate* Full Insurance Coverage PALL TERM NOW OPEN Office Open 8:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. POST JUNIOR COLLEGE •'A Central Ave. Waterbury Phone 4-8778 Variety Show At Grange Hall The Beacon Valley Grange will hold its second entertainment evening of a three day fair tonight at Grange Hall. A variety show including a. cast of 35 members will b<? presented this evening at S o'clock. The public \n invited and there will be no admission charge. Thomas Hoi-an and William Brush, Jr., are in charge of refreshments. Last evening- was highlighted by the annual turkey supper. William Brush was chairman of the supper committee. • On Saturday evening a masquerade dance will be held, with prises awarded foi costumes. The Star Dust Ranq-ers will provide music for dancing. This will be the first in a regular series of Saturday nisrht dances sponsored bv the Grange. Junior Woman Announce Full Year Prografrn Mrs. Clayton Dethlefsen, Chairman of the Program Committee for the Naugatuck Junior Woman's Club has announced a full year of scheduled programs and activities which include speakers, a Field Trip, parties and two formal dances. The speakers engaged will discuss subjects of interest to young women. Assisting Mrs. Dethlefsen as cochairman is Mrs. Donald Nelson and the following committee members: Mrs. Joseph Burke. Miss Jane Garrick, Mrs. Frederick Gould, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs.. Serge Nep- rash, Miss Elda Schiaroli, Misa Patricia White and Mrs. Roger Williams. The program activities are: Oct. 24, An Evening at the Theater with Jack Conway (Neighbors Night). Nov. 14, Gripes and Groans Session. Nov. 28, Pot Luck Supper at the Methodist Church. Guests, Mrs. James T. Patterson whose topic will be Trials and Tribulations of a Congressman's Wife, and also Dance Selections by Marl-Anne Granger, a student at the Metropolitan Opera School of Ballet. Dec. 12, Christmas Party, guest, Daniel Sweeney, tenor. Dec. 17, Christmas Formal at the Hotel Elton, Waterbury. Jan. 9, Meteorology, William Fuller of the U. S. Government Weather Bureau in Hartford. Jan. 23, Gripes and Groans Session. Feb. 13, Major Victor Guinness, Art. Feb. 27, Mrs. Dorothy Thompson Lewis, Coordinator of U. S. Station Relations, United Nations; Lake Success, N. Y. The meeting will be held in the Naugatuck High School auditorium at 8:30 p. m. March 13, Field Trip to Reymond's Baking Company. March 27, "The History of Architecture." Henry Moeckel, Jr. April 10, Floral Arrangements, John L. Karr of Waterbury. April 24, Child Psychology, Dr. Louise Ames. April 29, Spring formal dance at the Hotel Elton, Waterbury. May 8, Election of officers. May 22, Annual Banquet. Coming Bride Shower Guest Miss Louisa Valentine was hostess at a shower Monday evening at her home on Brook street in lonor of Miss Irene Bryk who will be married to Richard Polomski of Crowr^ street Nov. 12, in St. Hedwig's Church, Union City. Attending were Mrs. Michael Bryk, Mrs. Charles Fogarty, Mrs. Helen Valentine, Mrs. Ronald Polomski, Mrs. Donald Holmes, Mrs. John Kochanowski, Mrs. Marie Triano, the Misses Dorine Durr, Vicki Rynacki, Lorraine Wisinski, Heddy Hrynkiewicz, Gladys Harrison, Barbara Vipzoski and Helen Einik. Unable to attend.but sending a gift was Mrs. Raymond Bryk. A luncheon ws served and Miss Barbara Vipzoski poured. HOBSES SLEEP STANDING Louisville—H o r s e s can sleep standing up because their legs have a muscular mechanism which causes them to lock. Altar Society Plans Socials St. Mary's Altar Society held their October meeting Wednesday evening in the basement of the church. Plans were formulated for a Halloween party for" the children of the parish. It was also decided to hold a food sale in the church hall Oct. 30. Plans were also discussed in connection with a card party to be an event of Nov. 16. Mrs. Rose Flanagan was named chairlady ol the Npvember social. Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Labriola, 172 High street, have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Famularo of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tangradi of South Main street have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Tangradi and Mrs. Betty Veronica Stockwell, mother of Dean Stock well of the movies, all of Califor i nia. Feted 1 On llthBirthdafr Teresa Marie Rosate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosate, 543 South Main street, celebrated her llth birthday yesterday with a party at her home. Guests included Mrs. Goran Rosa, Gerard Rosa, Jr., Alfre,. Rosa, Paul Rosa, Marie, Dolores and Anthony Rosate, Sara Hud ner, Lind NardeBo, Josephine Tri ano. Judy Mardello, Angela anc Linda DeCarlo, the guest of hon or and her parents. Calendajr For Weekday School Announced The Weekday School of Religion ponsored by the Naugatuck Coun- il of Churches held its second ses- ion yesterday afternoon. Follow- ng the regular instructions in .the various churches, teachers and ommittee members held a business meeting in the Congregational Church. A calendar was outlined for the loming year and it was decided o have a teachers' meeting on tfov. 17, a Christmas program Dec. 5, World Day of Prayer on Feb. 23, 1950, Easter program April 6, and closing exercises on May 26. Report cards are to be issued three imes a year on Dec. 1, March 9 md May 18. Next Thursday, Oct. 20, following he regular instruction period a Teachers' Institute will be held. This will include special instruc- .ions to teachers and will be fol- owed by discussion of the materials being used. Rev. Matthew Gates, Methodist Church, is moderator of the fourth ;rade group. Rev. Theodore Schrader, Immanuel Lutheran Church, moderator of the fifth grade group, Rev. Donald L,. Kent', Salem Lutheran Church, the sixth grade and Rev. Willard B. Soper, Congregational Church, the seventh grade group. The present enrblliment totals about 170 pupils. Parents are urged :o have their children enrolled in ;he Weekday School, and registrations are still being accepted. Plan Oct. 21 Square Dajnce The Parish Players will hold a square-doughnut dance Friday evening, Oct. 21, at 8 p. m. in the Congregational parish house. Raymond Hotchkiss will be caller for the dancing. Members and friends a {a coi-dippy invUted to attend. FRIDAY and SATURDAY at irATLEY T S~ These Values Available ONLY to the Readers of T/his Paper Your Choice m'24 Pay Only $1 Down! PROTECTIVE SECURITY PLAN at NO CHARGE . . you don't pay when you're ill, injured or unemployed. Your bill is canceled in case of death. BED and SPRING . . at a great budg-et-pleasing- price! Bed is paneled in golden maple. Resilient coil spring is built for greater sleeping pleasure. CHEST OF DRAWERS . . superbly constructed with smooth finish interiors. Roomy drawers. Distinctive Early American design. DRESSER base . . sturdily built beautifully finished. Satin smooth interior. Wonderful value! HANGING MIRROR for dresser ................ $6.95 DRESSER "ASS $ 24 as FREE COURTESY CAR SERVICE from your home to store and back Phone 3-4191 . . . Mr. Holmes Plenty of Free Parking Space VFWiPlalns A business meeting was hu last evening by the Ladies' Aux iliary of the VPW in the Pos rooms on • Rubber avenue. Reports were given on the din ner held last Saturday for the de partment president and command er. Also reported on was the coun ty council meeting held in Devon on Sunday. Plans were concluded for the card party to be held. Oct. 20, on Thursday. Elna House is chairman of the affair. Her /committee in C'ludes Josephine Behlman, Margaret Malik, Maude Lewis and Mary Behlman. Hostesses for last evening were Miss Malik, Miss House and Miss Behlman. _NAUGAT_UCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, OCT. 14, 1949—PAGE ." APPOINTED The executive secretary of the Connecticut State Emplovcs association has been appointed as a trustee of the Connecticut Cancer society. Bernard H. McCusker of New Britain also was named to (he campaign planning committee During the recent cancer -irive. McCusker was a co-chairman of the drive among: state workers. GOLD LURES SETTLERS Canberra—During Australia's gold rush the country's population increased from 411,000 in 1850 to more than 1,100,000 in 1860. 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