Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 19, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, October 19, 1949
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Clubwomen A$ State Meeting Ten members of the Naugatuck Woman's Club are attending .a meeting of the Connecticut State Federation of Women's Clubs being held today in Torrington. The delegation, headed by Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president, includes: Mrs. Clifford A. Teeple, second vice-president of the state federation; Mrs. George W Carroll, state federation custodian of flags; Mrs. John G. Kazan Jlan, Mrs. Erancis A. Clark, Mrs. George Currier, Mrs. John J. Gormley. Mrs. George Barwick, Mrs. Henry H. Gorton and Mrs. Joseph F. Schmltz. Two NaJmed As Directors Mrs. William D' Yanarella and Mrs.. L. Ellsworth Neary, were named directors of the Waterbury branch of the Connecticut Cancer Society at the annual meeting held this week at the medical building, Waterbury. The two local women are members of the Naugatuck Junior 'Woman's CSuty which sponsored the annual financial campaign of the Cancer Society last spring in Naugatuck. The Walther League of St. Paul's Lutheran church will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the church. • > ,, FLATS Black Green - . Red Town Brown Imog'm*, so much style afisuch a little price. It's only one of many Buskens we have for you . . . most, in that marvelous hew material CQRTRON that feels like suede, looks like swede, wenrs like mad. that won't flatten your t«9. U. S. Pot. O*. they're only "First In, Fashion In Naugutuck" NORWASH 209 CHURCH ST. SHOE STORE NAUGATUCK DIAMOND MERCHANTS FOR THREE GENERATIONS Clve better Quality better Value MICHAELS (rwn top to bottcm: Ftawltu Dianwnd, Two side diamonds, 14 karat $800 Fl*wt**> Diamond, 4'side diorriorids, 14 karat gold ... , $325 Diamond Solitaire, 14 karat gold ..... $750 Diamond, 2 side diamonds, platinum -setting $575 rkwkM DtamMd, 14 karat gold ' $200 Ftawlcu Diamond, 4 side diamonds, 14 karat cold setting $400 Prices Include Federal Tax EASY PAYMENTS INVITED In addition to the customary 30^day charge account, ^fichaels invites divided payments in small weekly or- mpnthjy accounts.. Michaels makes available, at no added cost, the lowest terms offered by fine jewelers anywhere. JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS SINCE 1900 68 BANK STREET AT CENTER STREET, WATERBURY Mrs. James Pettit was elected regent of Kennedy Circle, daugh- i the Mrs. sue- ters of Isabella, last night .. Knights of Columbus hall. Pettit, who was vice-regent ceeds Mrs. Oliver Loi-son, who has served for two years. Others elected are: Mrs. C'onleth Kiernan, vice-regent; Mrs. Rose Beardsley, financial secretary; Mrs. Jeanette Kleindan, recording: secretary; Mro. John Malik, treasurer; Mrs. Stephen Kecskes, scribe; Mrs. Fred Ardry, custodian; Mrs. Paul Clisham, chancel- >r; Mrs. Robert Lot-son, banner bearer; Mrs. James Kennedy guard; Mrs. Joseph Pichulo- outer ETuard; Mrs. Nora Cut-tin, first guide; Mrs. Howard Brennan, second guide; Miss Angeline Mariano, organist; trustees, Mrs. Edward Williams, two years; Mrs. Oscar Wirth and Mrs. Bernard Sullivan, both for one year. The new officers will be installed at formal ceremonies, Tuesday light, Nov. 1, at a banquet at fi o'clock at the Hotel Elton, Waterbury. Mrs. Jame^ Fleming wilj serve as mistress of ceremonies. The assisting committee includes Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Wirth and Mrs. Malik. Speakers will be announced. The Rev. Albert S. Taylor, chaplain, who has just returned from a month's visit to Ireland, dis- ;ussed conditions and people there, in an enlightening talk. New members include: Mrs. Frank Bowles, Mrs. Stanley Bob- Personal So cial Fraternal Kennedy Circle Elects m M- Mrs. Pettit New Regent •«» T -,-..... ^"~"^ Attend Emblem Club Exercises Seventeen members of the Naugatuck Emblem Club and eight members of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks attended installation ceremonies last night of the Danbury Emblem Club in Danbury. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Triano, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Leach, Mr. and Mrs. , -,..10. ^^jn,^a i-njunuuy Harry Parks, Mr. and Mrs, Leo lonitor; Mrs. John Barna inner Happy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sirica, ,,,„,>. •»,.._ T ~. . . Mr and Ms Samuel Tummerella, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Somers. Mrs. Lillian Quackenbush, Mrs Myles Keating, Mrs. Mary Laguna,' Mrs. Edmund Ryan, Mrs. Donald Brennan, Mrs. Lois Hale, Mrs. Mi- Names Ba&afar, Tea Chairmen M-R Auxiliary Plans Harvest Hop Nov. 26 Plans for a Harvest Hop, to be '•and"t"ea"spo;;"red'by y tne A"™" 5 el f Saturday night Nov 26 from riptv nf tvio rv,v,<r,.» ti i C. 9 to 1 o'clock m the Criatoforo wTll be helri W^rt« E rt na l, ' Ch ' Colombo hal, South Main street, Oct 2? fr T? , « * y , afternoon ' were formulated at a meeting of SLrish ho^ ™ Cl ° Ck in the the L^ 163 ' auxiliary of Montanari- tho win f I*™ 8 ° f th ° se ^do post, Italian-American Veter^ n r h £ 6 ^ ohlurmen of the ans last night in the-hall. President various booths were announced to- * •— ~ • - day by Mrs. Donald Brubaker, . ;eneral chairman. Fruit and Vegetable booth, Mrs. Robert Fenn and Mrs. Frank Anderson, co-chairmen; flowers, Mrs. James Lutze; candy, Mrs. Albert *-•!. win ici-ii, in i o. JLJ\JI& iiiiic, A*.!, i n, ITU- ^"~*j «• «*nu j-vLtty, nirncsi chael Leary, Mrs. Wanda Krzy- Harding; gifts and parcel post and Miss Stephanie Laguna. vr "" T "--'•• ~ insky, Mrs. Paul Ernest Hughes, Lem'oine, Mrs. Mrs. Mary L. , . . Fitzgerald, and Mrs. Agnes Johnson. During the business session, with Mrs." Lorson presiding, it was voted to hold a benefit sale of handmade merchandise and homemade foods, sometime in December. Miss Rita Lorson and Mrs. Robert Lorson are co-chairmen of the sale. Tickets for the banquet were distributed at last night's meeting. Others who wish tickets are asked to call a member of the banquet committee. A social hour with refreshments closed the meeting. GOP Women Plan Parley Working Toward 1950 Republican Victory is the theme for the one-day conference to be held Saturday at the Hotel Bond, Hartford, arranged by the Connecticut Council of Women's Republican clubs, Inc. Two speakers of note will be Guy George Gabrielson, New Jersey, new national Republican chairman, and Miss Marion Martin, commissioner of labor for the state of Maine. The session will be conducted by Mrs. Edna Edgerton, Stamford, president of the council and vice- chairman of the state central committee. The program has been ar-i ranged by Alice K. Leopold of Weston. Three discussion groups open the program in the morning at 10:30 o'clock. Birthday Party Guest Of Honor Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Costa, 16 Hotchkiss street, entertained yesterday afternoon at a party in honor of their daughter. Donna Marie, who celebrated her seventh birthday. Halloween decorations were used and refreshments served. Among those attending were: Robert Grenier, John Woods, Noreen and Patricia Woods, John Delprior, Margaret and Nancy Mariano, Suzanne Greenwood, Charles Sirica, Jr., Anthony Calo, Jr., Linda and Janice Perrler, Janet and Nancy Carpenter, Raymond and Nettie Paivo, Margaret and George Douty, Joan and Diane Sabia, Mrs. Charles Woods, Mrs. Anthony Calo, Mrs George Perrier, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Volonino. A public card party sponsored by the Central avenue school Parent-Teacher association will be held Tuesday night, Nov. 1, at 8 o'clock at the school. Plans for the party were completed at a meeting of the committee, yesterday at the home of Mrs. Arthur Stauffer chairman of the ways and means committee. Assisting Mrs. Stauffer in arranging the event are Mrs. Joseph Celelo, Mrs. Manuel Alberto, Mrs. -Mahlon Sears and Mrs. E. F. Easterbrooks, president Holmberg and Mrs. Verne Grisa- man; Mary Pichulo, Jennie Narde)lo and Jay Tangredi, in charge of food; ticket distribution, Josephine Kinnoch and Jennie Fazzino. Angle Cariello will serve as chairman of the hat and coat checking committee. The committee will meet Monday night, Nov. 7, at S o'clock in the hall to discuss further plans. Following the business meeting, . baked goods, Mrs. Ernest Weber; children's grab bag, which ncludes toys, boo'ks and gam* Mrs. J. Nelson Judy; white elephant, Mrs. W. Glenn Kirby apron and kitchen booth, Mrs Stuart Boy* and. Mrs. Ernest Chambers. The chairmen will welcome donations from friends and members of the church and they may be brought to the parish house Tuesday, Oct. 25. Those "who are unable to deliver contributions are asked to call the booth chairman. Movies for children will be shown from 3:30 o'clock during the afternoon. The tea room will be _pen from 2 to 6 o'clock, under the direction, of 'Mrs. Willis Merrill, Mrs. Joseph Reilly and Mrs. Irvng Cutting. A new feature will be a recipe basket with favorite recipes for »le. Contributions to this basket be welcomed. They may be Mrs. Warren D. Abel or >aker. Attractive candles purposes will be hold by •im Fellowship of the The entire hni-i -win he The Perfect Gift!! KASHMIR PORTRAIT and 12 Portraits on GREETING CARDS All for only — $3.95 THIBODEAU STUDIO Neary Building Tel. 2342 EntertainedAt Surprise Party Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kinnoch of 505 South Main street, who observed their second wedding anniversary yesterday-, were entertained at a surprise celebration by members of the Montanari-Rado post auxiliary, who visited them following a meeting at the Christoforo Colombo" hall. Mrs. Kinnoch is the former Josephine Zuccarelli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Zuccarclli. They were married in St. Francis' church Oct. 19, 1947. Those attetnding included: Mrs. Oarmella,' Mariano, Betty IMar- lano, Angeline and Tjucy Zuccarelli, Angeline Fazzino, Barbara Rado, Jeannette Vallone, Marie Pisln- elli, Evelyn Mariano, Lydia Giancarli, Lucillei Grella, Pauline Se- quenzia, Lillian Gargonia, Antoinette Zuccarelli, Mary Pichulo, Jennie Nardello, Jay Tangredi, Jennie Fazzino, and Angeline Cariello. Appointed To Nursing Staff Miss Stella Griggs, 61 Cliff street, has been appointed to' the staff of the Waterbury ' Visiting Nurses Associaion. Miss Griggs, -3; .graduate of lit, Sinai Hospital School, of Nursing, New York,-and on the staff of Doctors' Hospital, New York, has had experience in private practice and the New York State Veterans Camp, Mt. McGregor, N. Y. She was in the Army Nurse Corps during the recent war and served in the Pacific area. street, : from 9 to North Main o'clock. ' \ Mrs. Anthony Brotleur is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Charles Streaman, Mrs. Miller Smith and items will be dents will call Marriage intentions . have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St.- John by Richard Robert Polomski, 52 Crown street and Irene Mary Bryk, 105 Elm street, who plan to be married Nov. 12 in St. Hedwig's church. THOSE WEATHERED BROWN SPOTS New Kind of Hand Cream Specially Made to do it I ESOTERICA is lhal marvelous new kind of hand cream for fading those browh «po!s that make your hands look old. lisa fades other surface blemishes and roughness In a way no ordinary hand cream or lotion can. leaves hands whiter, clearer, younger looking quickly—often within the first few days. While ESOTERICA looks and feels like the finest non-greasy vanishing hand Team, it has an added clearing action. Produced in a laboratory lhal hat studied Ihe effect of cotmttlci on »k!n plgmenli for 25 yean. Thousands gladly paid $5.00 for ESOTERICA. Now in quantity production. It can be sold for $1.50, plus lax. If you want clearer, whiter-looking hands, get ESOTERICA. Money back I the first jar does not bring desired results. {' Get ESOTERICA at CARROLL COSMETIC STORES 156 Church St. — 21 So. Main St. Esoterica Skin Magnifier FREE with Each Jar . Lillian Gargonia was in charge. Music for dancing will be pro- videc* by Gene DiZinno and his band of Waterbury. Committee personnel includes President Gargonia, who will serve as chairman; Antoinette Zuccarelli, publicity chair- Mrs. J. 200th Scott Brown; children's' (clothing), Mrs. Victor ' to the church. Rummage Sale Tomorrow A rummage sale for the benefit - eacon v a»ey Grange, will be the vacant ilcazar theater collected if res! Mrs. Brodeur at NACGATtICK_NteWS (CONX.),JVEDNESDAY, OCT. 19", 1949—PAGE 3 Couple Wed At " Fort Dix, N. J. Announcement is made of the marriage of Jacqueline F. Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- Harold M. Wilson, Southington, to Staff 3ergt. Harold W. Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hill, South Main street, which took place Oct. 1 at Fort Dix, N. J., with the Rev. John Baker, chaplain, officiating. Miss Lorraine Carle, Plantsville, served as maid of honor, and John Zaccanini, Waterbury, was best man. Henry Nonemachcr, Milldalc, gave the bride in marriage. A graduate of Lewis High school, Southington, the bride is employed at the Clark Brothers Bolt Co., Milldale. Sergt. Hill is scheduled to leave in the near future for a two year tour of duty in Germany. Mrs. Hill will accompany him there. All choir rehearsals at the Salem Lutheran Church have been canceled this week, according to an announcement by the Rev. Donald L. Kent, pastor. CANCER RESEARCH FCND A total of $3,000,000 was spent on cancer research in the U. S. in 1848. Following regular sessions of the Weekday School of Religion tomorrow afternoon at 2:40 o'clock, teachers will attend an Instruc- i-uiiuvviujj me Dusiness meeting, leacners WIN anena an insiruc- a social hour with refreshments was tors Institute at the Congregaional "eld. parish house a 3:30 o'clock 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 YOCR YEAR 'ROCND CARD DEALER SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 213 CHURCH STREET Naugatuck =NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON Features Brief, Fluid Lines Youthful, Smart and Lovely! ! ! ti ...HAIRCUT $1.25... Consultation with M;-. Norman without charge! Open Mon. Thru Sat. 9. A. M. r.o 6.P. M. Fri. Nite Till 9 P. M. gPHONE 6522 NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON 87 MAPLE °T. You Are Invited to Our Open House from 7 to 9 p. m. You Are Invited To Our OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY EVENING 7 to 9 P.M. Come and celebrate with us Thursday Evening—it's our 49th Anniversary!!! "Joe" Carlson will be on hand to greet yon. His long-lime friends who'remember when he started in. business 49 years ago will bo especially welcome. Coine and bring your frie'ndte as this Open House is tor everybody. 'We're'going to forget business for the eveniri" but of course you are welcome to browse around and view the new b»autiful styles in furniture. CARLSON'S 49th ANNIVERSARY 9 Each lady will receive a beautiful rose Illustrated at the left is the original Carlson store where our business was started in 'October, 1900 sit, 162 Church street where the William Sfhpero Jewelry store is now located.

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