Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 17, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, October 17, 1949
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._.' f;'V ', , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^= _ Personal—So cial—Fraternal Entertain At Birthdaty Party In Son's Honor Mr. and Mrs. Rocco William, Magnanimo, 192 Meadow street, entertained yesterday tt 'a party in honor of their son,"Rocco William, Jr.. who was celebrating his first birthday. Guests, included: Rose an^ Theresa Capobianco, Domenic Car- reDa, Joseph DeSantis, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph lacoviello, Mr. and lira. Vincent Aceousti and children, Anthony. Angelp, .Crisencia, Mary and Rjta Mr. and Mrs. Domenio Capobianco and children. Angel.-), Salyotore, Paul and Domenic. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Calpiobian- co and children, Nicholas,-'ifr..' and Richard. Mr. and Mrs.'' Daniel Capobianco and children. Daniel Jr., and Diane, Mr. an'd, Mrs. Anthony Capoaianco, Mf. and- Mrs. Everett Blanchard, Barbara, Joseph and Thomas Dovidaitir, Mrs. Ann Scozzafoze and son.-Anthony. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rinaldi antJ son, Charles, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Magna and children, Daniel. Jr.. William and Joan Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gogrolewski and son Raymond. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Vito Puopolo, Rose, Carmella and Vito Puopolo, Mr. and Mrs. Vito Magnanimo, Mr. and Mr.s. John Mambrino, Patricia Ann Mariano, Reginald Oldakowski, Mrs. Chris Andoline. Mr. and Estelle MiDohough' knd Mary Margaret Donovan, both of Nau- gatack, are members of the committee of the Waterbury chapter. College of New Rochelle Alumnae association, planning a dessert card party Nov. 29 in the Waterbury Women's club. OCTOBER SPECIAL! Rytex Parchment Printed Stationery Name and Address on White, Rose, or Grey 200 SIHOLE SHEETS 100 DOUBLE SHEETS Only $1.50 A Nice, Gift— — Order Now! Your Local Stationer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY jST 0 »•£ 213 CHURCH STBEET Hjragatnck Ruth Mr. Yaqkowski Wed Saturday In a candlelight ceremony Saturday evening at 6 o'clock in the Holy Saviour, Polish National Catholic church, Miss Ruth Noble Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Adella Taylor, 2 Cotton Hollow, became (.he bride of Alexander Yackowski, con of Mrs. Stephanie Yackowski, 71 Rubber avenue. The Rev. Frank Niemiec performed the double ring ceremony as thej bride was presented in marriage by her brother, Wilfred Taylor. Mrs. Anthony Ruccio, Jr., served as her sister's matron of honor, and bridesmaids were two other Bisters, Dorothy and Mildred Taylor. Walter Yackowski, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man, and ushers were Walter Mechaski and Caesar Ruggeri, Jr. Pompons and palms decorated th& altar, and the musical service included the rendering of Because and O Perfect Love by Paul Anderson, with jRoy Johnson as organist. The bride was attired In n white slipper satin gown designed with a round neckline, net yoke, bertha collar trimmed with seed pearls, long fitted sleeves pointed Bt the wrists, fitted bodice, peplum and full skirt terminating In a long train. Her fingertip veil edged with lace was attached to a crown of seed pearls, and she carried a colonial bouquet of white pompons and hoses. Her matron of honor wore a lilac faille gown fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, cap sleeves, fitted bodice and full skirt with pointed ruffles. She wore matching mitts and a matching hat with email wreath of flowers around the crown, and her colonial bouquet was of white pompons and American Beauty roses. The bridesmaids gowns of chartreuse faille were made with sweetheart necklines, cap sleeves, fitted bodices, bustles and full skirts. They wore matching accessories and carried colonial bouquets. A reception for 100 was held nt Pilsudski hall, with the bride's mother receiving in a gray dress with black accessories and the bridegroom's mother in a green and brown dress with black accessories. Both wore corsages of pompons. Out-of-town guests were from Waterbury, Hartford, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The couple left on a wedding trip to New York, the bride traveling in a hunters green suit with brown accessories and corsage of brown orchids. Upon their return they will reside at 157 Ward street. The brides is a graduate of Naugatuck High school and the bridegroom attended schols in Ashley, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Wlliam H. Krodel, Hillside avenue, celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary recently. They ivere married Oct 12 1929 in Straitsville by the late Rev. Leonard E. "I odd, Woodbury, a cousin of Mrs. Krodel. They have four children and Mr. Krodel is president of the Krodel Foundry. Waterbury. keeps you in NATIONAL POSTURE WEEK OCTOBER 17-22 An fvent in Hoa/fh education • LBOTH what better poilure can mean to you 61 physical well-being, appearance and the fit of your clothes. Your physician will tell you that •/poor posture can cons* -crowded internal organs, rain, backache and fatigue. 4f you suspect anything wrong, '*•» him immediately. If you feel that yours is just a figure problem, let our expert fitters serve you. Your mirror and your new zest for work and leisure will show how a Camp Scientific Support can help you. B RE EN'S Shop Camp Supports fitted to your Doctor's Prescription Music Group/ Opens Season Thursday Night The Music department of the Naugatuck Woman's club will open its fall and winter season at a meeting Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the home o£ Mrs. J. William Bowman, Laurel Lodge, New Haven road, it was annonunced today by Thomas Lee , department Mrs. chairman. "Talent on Parade", a mock radio program, will be presented, ' with Mrs. George Carroll as leader, following the business cession, with Mrs. Lee presiding. Commentator for the program will be uoius Boisvert of radio station WBRY. The program will include selections by Sally Ann Cierello, Mary Ann Wooster, Ronald Ruzzi, Roa- anne Lee, Dorothy Gabinelli, Bernice Ortlieb of Waterbury, Ruth Glazer, Rosahne and Grace Fairchild, Donald Mariano, .Teannie Smith, Claire Semplenski of Beacon Falls, Jaync Quint, and Rosemary Tatijian. Mrs. Nicholas Spadola will be piano accompanist. Members of the genera.! club are invited. Those who need transportation are asked to call Mrs. Lee at C186. Bridef Shower Quest[ A greenback shower was held recently in honor of Mis; Mary Coppola, Waterbury, who will be married Oct. 29 in the Lady of Mount Carmel church, Waterbury, to William- M. Fleming, 65 Sheffield Lane. Hostesses were Mrs. Patsy Coppola, Mrs. James Fleming and Miss Phyllis Divito. The shower was held at the Crystal Lounge, Waterbury. Among those attending- were: Miss Mary Colppola, Miss Delores Coppola, Mrs. Virginia Soden, Miss Marie Fleming, M"rs. Al- •phonse Contois, Mrs. Raymond Doncourt, Mrs. Joseph Contois, Mrs. John Fleming, Mrs. Francis O'Neill, Mrs. Elizabeth Gamache, Mrs. Edward Garaache, Mrs. Joseph Hanley, Mrs. William Fleming, Mrs. Francis Fleming, Miss Theda Nestemski, Mrs. Jeff Beiner, Mrs. Elsa Cikauskas. Mrs. Michael Valcrio, Mr.3. Louis Massimo, Mrs. James Galullo, Mrs. Joseph Bergantino, 'Mrs. Marie Bo- tcllo, Mrs. Joseph Rocco, Miss Beatrce Spratto, Mrs. Anna Martin, Mrs. Ann Querioga, Mrs Christq;.,her McAHen. Mrs. Daniel Horton, Miss Patricia (Martin. Miss Margaret Martin, Miss Betty Dionne, Mrs. Leonard Bergangino, Mrs. Felix Nardello, Mrs. Carmella Nardello, Mrs. Felix Pisani, Mrs. Joseph Parrella, Mrs. Rosalie Cir- esia, Mrs. Anthony Ciefone. Mrs, Louis Cosgia, Mrs: Joseph Roccia, Mrs. Frank DiVifo,"Miss C. Nardello, Mrs. Peter Varsollone, iMrs. Anthony Innaimo, Mrtr. Frank Innaimo, Mrs. Daniel Innaimo, Mrs. Richard Pinto, Mrs. Dominic Pinto,_Mrs. Caesar Pinto, Mrs. Samuel Pinto, Mrs. Anthony Pinto, Mrs. Mary Marani, Miss Lucy Varanelli, Mrs. Anna Schiavone, Mr.3. Joseph Commardo, Mrs. Anthony Lauro. Mrs. Mary Lombardi, Miss Mildred Sylvestro, Mrs. Michael Angel icola, Mrs. Patsy, Mrs. Louis Ricci. Mrs_Angclo Tremagiio, Mrs. Jenny Dlfietro, Mrs. John Juliani, Mrs. Anthony Pelegano, Mrs. Peter LoSchiavo, Mrs. Frank Santora, Mrs. Eil EmpolitS, Mrs. Joseiph Juliani, Mrs. A n <f r e w (Tamele, Mrs. Theresa Corcoran, Mrs. Emma Santalucia, Mrs. Thomas Bernui, Mrs. Gloria Pinto, Miss Pauline Natala. BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Colcman of Waterbury, have returned from a trip by plane to Mexico. Mr. Coleman is manager of the Naugatuck office of the Light and Power Co. Connecticut Mrs. Charles H. Alexander, Mrs. E. T. Rogers, Mrs. F. W. Tolles and Mrs. John J. Wrinn, all of Naugatuck, are among the hostesses to s-jrve at a '.-meeting of the Watprtmry branch, American Association of University Women, Thursday evening- at 8 o'clock in the Waterbury YWCA Miss Catherine Delaney, Naugatuck, vice-president of the Waterbury chapter, Trinity college alumnae, will represent the group at the commemorative e%prcises opening Trinity s 50th anniversary year Nov. 5 and 6 in Washington. Among those from the borough attending a recent dinner of the chapter were Miss Madelaine Caine, IMrs. Thomas Neary. Midshipman Jack Stinson of the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis. Md., was the weekend guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stinson on Pearl road. A meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of Naugatuck American Lo- gion post. No. 17, will be held Wednesday evening- at 8 o'clock in the Memorial Home, with Miss Dorothy M. Broder, president, in charge. Miv?. Margaret Maxwell card party chairman, announces the next party will be held Thursday, Nov. 30. A recent card party was termed successful, and the chairman wag assisted by Mi=e Broder, .Frances and Maureen Braz.el, Mrs. Stanley Szczcsiul and Miss Theresa Maxwell. Members of the Emblem Club of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks have been invited to Tranquility Farm, MiddT,ebury, Wednesday evfenlng, Oct. 26. A demonstration will given and dinner served • at- 6:80 o'clock, Junior Qlub, Head Napned State Chairman Miss Helen Mai, treasurer of the Connecticut State Federation of Junior Women's clubs, and Mrs. M. Francis Feeley, president of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club, attended a meeting of the state board yesterday at the home of Mrs, Charles A. Whitty, chairman. Mrs. Feeley was appointed state drama chairman, and other chairmen named are Mrs. Hubert Elliott, Newington, legislative, and Mrs. Robert Gearing, Meriden, foreign relief. 'The fall conference of the federation will be held Sunday, Nov. C at the 1711 Club Inn, North Colony road, Meriden, with the Meriden club as hostess club. All members of the local club are invited to attend. Registration will be held in the morning at 10:30 o'clock, the business meeting will take place at 11 o'clock, and the luncheon at 12:30 o'clock. A speaker will be heard at 2 o'clock. Local club members planning to attend 'are requested to contact Miss Arleen Sullivan, 16 Barnum court, telephone 3323, or Miss Mai, Millville, 3995. Reservations must be made on or before Oct. 27. Transportation will be provided. Altar Society Plans Events? Several future events are toeing planned by the Altar socjety of . Mary's church, according to Mrs. Francis Scully, .president A continuation of the rummage sale held last week will take place Friday in the church hall, with Mrs. Philip Connell in charge. Donations should be left at the hall. The society will reoeive communion in a body at the 7:30 o'clock Mass Sunday morning, Oct. 30. Anna Moss is chairman of the committee in charge of a cake sale to be held after all Masses that Sunday. A Halloween party for children will be held Thursday afternoon, Oct. 27 ,and the annual Halloween party of the society will take (cJace Wednesday evening, Nov. 2 at 8 o'clock in the church hall. The next regular meeting- nf the group will be held Nov. 9 and Mrs. Rose Flannagran is chairman of a committee in charge of a card party to be held We-lncsday, Nor. at the church . . c underway for the annual children' Christmas party. St. Michael's Women To Meet The first fall meeting of St Michael's branch of the Woman's auxiliary will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the parish of a covered- house in the form dish luncheon. Mrs. Norris M. Follett, president will conduct the business session which will follow the luncheon'. Reports of archdeaconry meetings will be given by delegates, and plans announced for the year's work. Members will tell of their summer projects. In attendance at the New Haven archdeaconry meeting at Trinity Church parish house in New Haven .„.„,. „.,. today are Mrs. Norris Follett, Mrs. 12 :00-A11 Stations—News George Follett, Mrs. Helen Winkler, PRINCIPALS IN SOCIALITE WEDDING Given Continuance In Contempt Case Michael Teach, 192 North Hoadley street, arrested on a charge of contempt of court, was granted a continuance to Oct. 31 when he appeared before Judge Mai-tin L. Caine in Borough Court today. In a second case heard today, William Mariano, Torace avenue, Waterbury, was granted a nolle on payment of $5. He was charged with passing a stop sign. Nolles on payment of $10 in each case were granted two motorists charged with violating the rule 1 ! of the road when they appeared before Judge Oivine in Borough Court Saturday morning. Drivers of the two cars, involved in a slight accident on Riverside drive Oct. 12 were Michael Borsis, 190 Lewis street, and James McCormack, Slate avenue, OaKville, They were arrested by Patrolman Henry C. Rack). SAN FRANCISCO SOCIALITE Claire McGinnis, and Ivan Obolensky (left) are pictured during their wedding in the Rectory of New York's St Patrick's Cathedral. The Re,v. Edwin R. Broderick performs the*ceremony as matron of honor, Mrs. Thomas Sullivan, the bride's sister •tends bv. Bridearoam is son t- .' Col. Beats Oteolensky. (International PON THE AIR TODAY! 6;30—WATR—NAUGATUCK NEWS WTIC—Just Plain Bill WWCO—Tom Mix B-.45—WBRY—Ourt Massey Time WTIC—Front 'Page Farrell 6 :00—All Stations—News 6 :1B—WATR—Sports ol the Day WWCO—Sportscopc WTIC—Strictly Sports WLCR—Sports, Linn Holl WBRY—You & the World . 0 :30—WATR—Von TobeT ; Music WTJC—WrlBhtville Folks WBRY—John A. 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Callers and teams taking part were froiri Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Jersey. Among- the callers was Raymond Hotchkiss, Maugatuck. The elderly Nutmeg Dancers of Bethany gave an ex- nibition of old fashioned New England folk dances. RETURNS HOME Mrs. John H. H. Leuchars, Detroit, Mich., has returned to her home after spending the past week at fhc home of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Wil- Tiazn Leuchars, 11 New street Why Thousands of Doctors prescribe pleasant tasting NAPGATDCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1949—PACK Z Donald Granger Enlists In Army Donald L. Granger, 261 Millvillo avenue, a member of Co. F, Connecticut National Guard, has enlisted in the Hcgular Army for three years. He has been assigned to Fort Dix, N. J., for basic training. Funeral Henry Lafley Funeral services were held today in St. Albans, Vt., for Henry Laf- lety, 68, of 40 Oak street, who died Thursday night in Waterbury Hospital after a brief illness. IX MEMOIUAM In loving memory of my husband, Clarence P. 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