Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 18, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, October 18, 1949
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— ^=== -.-...——.-^— Personal—So cial—Fraternal Boston Stylist Addresses 115 Local Clubwomen : 'Whiie cloth«s> -do., not always make the man or •woman, clothes are 90 per cent of what we see of you," Mary Roberts. Boston stylist declared in her talk before 115 members of the Naugatuck Woman's Club yesterday afternoon in the American Legion Home. Miss Roberts was introduced by Mrs. Albert Holmberg, program chairman. The attractive and youthful blond speaker amazed her audience by telling them she was a grandmother and very proud of it. "Your personal appearance reveals your emotions, your social and~economic status and your tastes," she pointed out. : . "Every woman carries ' within herself some element of beauty." she said, "and it is her responsibility to find out what that element is. One does not need to be a perfect beauty." Miss Roberts warned against those who make the mistake of developing only outer beauty end neglecting the inner spiritual beauties of life." a practice which results in so many tragedies," she said. Definite feminine types and the clothes best sufted" to them were discussed in detail by the stylist.' whose own personal ifcppearance indicated her qualifications to advise. She urged Jwomen to study their own qualities.' select good points and emphasize them. Particular care in the buying of Clothes was advised. Style trends and their development, and final adoption by the general public were discussed. She brought a note of humor to her . stimulating talk by reviewing some of fht> style* of the past, and reminding her listeners of the - time they said •'111 never wear that." She closed her talk by- modeling several of the -ssason's newest hats, and indicated she felt her audience was the type which did frive considerable care to the wise choice of clothes. "A woman owjMtif-to v herself, her family and to trie woTid. to present as an attractive,appearance at all times as possible, ,a project which is not impossible," she said. Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president, conducted the business . session. Mrs. George W. Carroll, state custodian of flasrs. reported on the New Haven Cofrnty 'jjneeting, Oct. 3. at West Haven. Mrs. Holmberg announced that David Brown, violinist, and organist and choir director of St. Michael's Episcopal Church, -would be the guest artist at the Nov. 3 •meeting of the club, in St. Michael's parish house. His accompanist will be L^}e Howard of Yale Music School. Mrs. Durr said this •was in line with thfi club's aims to sponsor local talent. Department chairmen announced forthcoming meetings of their groups and invited all club member to attend. Mrs. Clifford A. Teeple, second vice-president of the State Federation, invited members to attend a state meeting Thursday in Tor- ringon. and pointed-'out that ."by" attending these meetings you bp- come better acquainted with the work of the clut*.". She also announced that Mrs.- Durr -had been asked to served on . the resolutions committee for "the state." Jean Coe recently elected president of Girl Scout troop No, 34, under the leadership of Mrs. George Schlosser and Mrs. Donald Fowler. Other officers are: Donna Marnan, treasurer; Gail . MacVicar,'-secretary: Arlene Nelson, scribe. .The troop will hold a bakery sale Friday. Oct. 28 in St. Michael's parish house in the morning and afternoon from 11: to 3 o'clock. , .," Silver Wedding Anniversary Open House: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Bethany road celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday by holding open house from 3 to 6 o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Brown also was observing her birthday. The couple was married Oct. 16 in Miami ,Fla., by the Rev. E. A. White in the Baptist church. A buffet luncheon was served and entertainment was furnished by Raymond Sullivan and Jack Simpson. Leonard McGrath sang O Promise Me and I Love 'You Truly. The couple received many gifts, and Mrs. Brown also was the recipient of birthday gifts. Hostesses were Ann Brown, Mrs. James Shettler, Mrs. Donald Seit % zer, Mrs. Harry Bergin, Jr., and Mrs. Leonard McGrath. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. William H. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. McGrath, Mr. and Mrs. Seitzer and children, Donna, Martin Lee and James, Mr. and Mrs. Shettler and daughter, Edith Lou, James Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Bergin, Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radwick, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mariano, Mrs. Robert Saunders, Mrs. Josephine Martin, Winifred KoJakoski, Mabel M. Grant. Ann Ezenski,, Sophie Cornish, Joseph Buttner, Jr., Anna Buttner, Mj. and Mrs. Jack Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs. John Hackett, Jeanne Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin G. Hotchkiss. Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Leepcr. Mr. nd Mrs. William Wrobel, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Federowicz and son, David, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Squires, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin L. Behlman, Robert Behlman, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Oris, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mausey, Mr. and Mrs. E. Philip Walker. Lucille-Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Pisterelli. Mrs. Jennie Mazanski, Mary Mazanski, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Scully. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Balkunas and daughter. Ann, of Seymour, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Shaffer of Woonsocket. R. I. Sending a gift but unable to attend were: Ellen Bocchicoio, Helen Morris, Mae Conway, Lena Pelosi, Jennie Bendler, Ann Pawel- ack, Ann Gallucci, Julia Cross, Mary Laivlor. Ann Hrock, Agnes Moskus, Natalie Tarasiewicz, Josephine DeCarlo, Ann Ostrom, Raymond Deegan, James Stanley, Roy Penrose, J. Touraigan, Ann De"Carlo, Emma Trestrail, Ann Miller, Ann DeMoshe, Ann Poscavage, Alice Lysakoski, Agnes Blomberg and William DeCarlo. Name Hostesses For Circle Meet Hostesses for tonight's annual meeting of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, in the Knights of Columbus hall at 8 o'clock, will include Mrs. Oscar Wirth, Mrs. Rose Flannagan, Mrs. John Malik, Mrs. Bernard Sullivan, Mrs. Nellie Scully, Mrs. Margaret Healy and Mrs. Josephine Behlman. Mrs. Oliver Lorson wiJI preside at the business session. A slate of officers will be presented by Mrs Mary St. John, Miss Mary Donahue' Mrs. James Fleming and Mrs. Behlman. Tip the lid up—and there's a big, handsome easy-to-tunc dial . . . above Che set. The famous rsenith Wavemagnet* is inside the lid, up high where it gives a new measure nf performance. Efficient reception ... on AC, DC or battery. TOURNAMENT eautiful clear, true C ne. Flexo-Grip han- . Consohone*. In Valnut plastic. _ PACEMAKIR Rich, powerful tone— » j& A A _ Sharp positive tuning. J•• •• Un Consoltone*. Long Distance. Wavemagnet*. In Ebony plastid 15 CHURCH ST. Naugatuck 413 NO. MAIN ST (Phones 6490— 6491) Union City PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS Squires-Bittle* Team Wins Aid Society T&urney Mrs. Seymour Squires and Mrs. Willard Bittle with 511 1-2 matched points were declared winners of the Aid Society bridge tournament, in which the sixth and last round was played last night in the Congregational parish house. Second place was taken by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard with 505 points; third, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sigler, 492 1-2, and fourth, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Coe, 491. High scores tallied last night are as follows: North and south, Mrs. Chester Randall and Mrs. Ellen Lyons, substitute, 91; Warren Hess and Mr FJscher, 85; Mr. and Mrs. Coe' 83 1-2. East and west, Mrs. Walter Baker and Leo Battel, substitutes, 100 1-2- Mrs. Norman Hovey and Mrs. Albert Marsh, 85 1-2; Mrs. Irving Cutting .and Mrs. Martin Lynn, 84. ~". Final Plains For Class Reunion Final plans are being made for the first reunion of the Naugatuck High school class of 1939, which will take place Saturday evening Oct. 22 at 8 o'clock in Rinaldo's restaurant. Dress will be informal and a dinner will be served. Members of the class desiring to attend, and who have not received tickets as yet, are requested to contact a member of the arrangements committee. Members may bring a guest. Committes For Harvest Sale Committee members for the annual Harvest Sale, sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary of the Hillside Congregational church, was announced today. The sale will take place Thursday and Friday, Oct. 27 and 28 in the church hall, with Mrs. Paul Johnson and Mrs. David Rappe as co-chairmen. The committees are: Aprons, Mrs. Fridolf Anderson and Mrs. Paul Anderson; knitted goods, Mrs. Arthur Swanson and Mrs. Harry McGinnis, Novelties, Mrs. Walter Anderson and Mrs. James Fox; address labels, Mrs. Harry McLean and Mrs. Elton Abramson. .White elephant, Mrs. Malcolm Wilson and Mrs. Wilfred Webster; decorations, Mrs. Oscar Swanson and Mrs. Roy Nelson; parcel post table, Mrs. Melvin Engelstad and Mrs. Henry Peterson; bakery, Mrs. Donatus Anderson, Mrs. Carl Bergstrom, Mrs. Lamont Kirk and Mrs. Carl Erickson. Tea service, Mrs. Paul Anderson, Mrs. Albert Curtiss, Mrs. Charles Nelson and Mrs. C. G. Swanson. A meeting of Friendship Circle of Immanue! Lutheran church will be held tonight at 7:3 o'clock in the church parlors. Mrs. Athelm Peck' president, will be in charge. All members are asked to attend. A regular meeting of 'Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will be held Thursday evening at 8 0 clock in Masonic Temple, with Mrs. Louis Zeun, worthy matron in charge. Following- the business session card playing will be held in the banquet hall and refreshments will be served. Hillside A>ve, Couple To Mtitrk 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bohlin, 365 Hillside avenue, will observe their 25th wedding anniversary Friday, and will celebrate the occasion that Jay s and Saturday. The couple was married Oct. 21, 1924 by the late Rev. Hilmer Larson at the Salem Lutheran church. They have two daughters, Miss Phyllis Bohlin, a dietitian at the Bristol hospital, and Miss Sylvia Bohlin, a student nurse at the Hartford hospital. Mr. Bohlin is organist at the Salem Lutheran church. Friday evening a family dinner will be held, and the couple will hold open house for friends Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock and also in the evening. Birthday Party, Guest Of Honor A surprise birthday party was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Francis X. Moss of Stanley street, in honor of Mrs. Francis Gremm. Members of the Neighborhood Chatter club honored their fellow member. Vocal selections were rendered, and refreshments were served, including a birthday cake. Among those attending were: Mrs. Lee Guccardi, Mrs. Richard Kelley, Mrs. Charles Dalton, Mrs. John Corcoran, the guest of honor and hostess. Sisterhood Catrd Party Tonight: A public card party, under the sponsorship of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Israel, will be held tonight at 8:30 o'clock in the center, 148 Fairview avenue. Mrs. Morris Rosenblatt and Mrs. Dora Lieberman are co-chairmen of the arrangements committee, assisted by Mrs. Hyman Alpert Mrs. Sidney Weiss, Mrs. Leo Lieberman, Mrs. Abraham Rubin, Mrs. Herman Weiss. Homemade cakes, candies and cookies will be served as well as other refreshments. Prizes will be awarded high scorers at each table, and dor prizes will be given. Those planning to attend are requested to furnish their own cards Members of the Emblem club of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks planning to attend the installation ceremonies of the Danbury Emblem club in Danbury tonight, are requested to meet in the local Elks rooms at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Louis Triano, president, will head the local delegation. A special meeting of the Past Noble Grands club of Columbian Rebekah lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. F., will be held tom'orrow evening following the regular lodge meeting at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Marion Jennings, president, will be in charge of the brief business session. Marriage 'intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Vera Johnson, New Haven road, and Arthur Gaudet of Beacon Falls; and Nicholas Zajac, Bethlehem, Pa., and Anna Zubauch, 10 Cotton Hollow. The committee in charge of arrangements for the Country Fair card party to be held at the Naugatuck Methodist church Nov. 4, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Clarence Nelson, 284 Hillside avenue. Tomorrow evening the decorating committee m charge of Mrs. Andrew Culver will meet at 6:30 o'clock in Culver's store, Church street. The fair will be held Nov. 3 and 4 at the church hall. A card party will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the VFW Home on Rubber avenue, under the sponsorship of the Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader post Veterans of Foreign Wars. Mrs. Elna House is in charge of the arrangements. A rehearsal of the Evangeline Circle choir will be held this evening from 7 to 8 o'clock, instead of tomorrow evening, it is announced by Mrs. Adolph Nelson, director. PHILCO AV75 71/2 Cu. 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(.International Soundphoto) BRIEFS Chicken Coop Fire Quelled Last Night Firemen were summoned at 7:55 o'clock last night to extinguish a slight blaze in a chicken-coop owned by Bronek Palomski, 36 Anderson street, according to Fire Chief John J. Sheridan. He said that slight surface damage resulted from the fire. Firemen were summoned from Box 62, .Anderson and School streets. SUIT WITHDRAWN A $7,500 foreclosure suit brought by the Ciriello Construction Co., Waterbury, against Dr. A. Frank Bowles and Catherine H. Bowles, has been withdrawn from Waterbury Superior Court after settlement out of court. The' plaintiff firm claimed it held a mechanic's lien on property owned by the defendants on New aven road, Naugatuck. Funerals Harold- C. Richardson The funeral of Harold C. Richardson, 60, of 20 Frederick street, who died Saturday, was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home, 201 Meadow street. The Rev. Winfred B. Langhuorst, rector of St. Michael's church and the Rev. Richard Baxter, Middlebury, officiated. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. James DeCarlo Funeral services for James DeCarlo, 82, 6f New Haven road, who died Sunday at St. Mary's hospital after an illness of two weeks, will be "held tomorrow morning at 8:15 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park, place. A solemn high Mass of requiem will b« celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Francis' church, with burial in St. James' cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 o'clock. John Edward Donlan The funeral of John Edward Don- tan, 72,'of 31 South Circle, Beacon Falls, who died Sunday at his home will be held tomorrow morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Alderson Funeral Home, 201 Meadow street to St..Michael's R. C. church, Beacon Falls, where a, solemn high Mass of requiem will t>e celebrated at 9 o'clock. BuriaJ will be in St. James' cemetery. Friends may cal) a,t the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 3 to 5 and from 7 to 10. Members of the Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet tonight at 7:45 on the Green and proceed in a body to the funeral home to pay their respects. William V. O'Donncll Funeral services for William V. CVDonnell, 66, Seymour, husband of Mrs. Mary CPenrose) O'Donnell, formerly of Naugatuck, will be held tomorrow morning at 8:45 o'clock from the Shay Funeral Home, 47 Washington street to St. Augustine's church, Seymour. Burial will be in St. Augustine's cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening from. 3 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. Ezio's Grandson GRANDSON of singing star Ezic Pmza, little John Boiler, one- month-old, makes his debut in the arms of his mother, Claudia Pinza, also a noted singer. Grandpa Ezio famed for his operatic ability, recently found himself a matinee idol through his role in a Broadway musical comedy. (International) MEET TOMOBBOW Columbian Rebokah lodge, No. 35. I. O. O. F., will meet tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Charles Robinson, noble grand, will preside. BUY NOW BOXED ASSORTMENTS ot CHRISTMAS CARDS 32 for $1.00 28 for $1.00 12 for $1.00 12 Cards for 29c Quantity and Quality Dozens of Different Assortments Cello-Packs — Super Value 15 for 50c YOUR YEAR 'ROUND CARD DEALER SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 213 CHURCH STREET Naugatuck it's the talk of the town all the smart, new fall accessories at fashion- alert Norwash--- - - - Naugatuck's rapidly growing style center. See our .smart collection of lovely handbags in the season's newest styles . . . envelopes, pouches and box bags in popular costume colors. a Black • Multi-Color $8.95 Rhythm Step's stop-truffle styles ,. for the casual side of your 116$, are the an rest way for a girl to get places! Artful styling— • rich but subdued colors—make them Jttst the way-you- want-to-look, this Fall. 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