Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 24, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, October 24, 1949
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Personal—So cial •— Fraternal —^"^^^^^^^"•^^••^"^^•^^^••M Literature* Drahnafric AJrt Dept. To Mfcet Francis O'Connor will be guest speaker at the first fall meeting .of the Literature and Dramatic Art department of. the Naugatuck Woman's club Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Winfield S. Witherwax on Rockwell avenue. Mrs. Charles I. Fellowes, department chairman, will conduct the meeting, during which Mr. O'Connor will speak on the subject, The Drama of the World Today. A native of Naugatuck. Mr. O'Connor is qualified to discuss the subject as he has traveled extensively in the United States and abroad. He recently returned from flVashington, D. C. All members are invited to attend. Father Taylor To Address, Catholic Woiwrt The Rev. Albert Taylor, assistant pastor of St. .Francis' church i and spiritual advisor of the Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women, will be guest speaker at a.meeting of the council tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in St. Francis' hall. His subject will be Ireland and Its People- Father Taylor recently returned from a. pilgrimage to that country. Miss Mary Pace,-'well-known soprano soloist of Vlfat^rbury,-accom- panied by Miss Joawphlne-LamaTino, who recently returned from a European trip, will present a musical program. ' - • -•/ Miss Frances Cuddy, council president, v.-ill conduct the meeting. Those attending are requested to furnish yarn or yard.goods for the war relief collection. . An all-day meeting of the Pond Hill Homemakers club will be held tomorrow at the Pond Hill Community club center 'starting in the morning at 10:3f).o'clock. Luncheon will be served at noon. Miss Frances Whitcomb, New Haven county home demonstration agent, will . -speak on the subject. Attractive Living Rooms. Mrat Manuel Alberta is president?-;* GIRLS!! •- ;.,V-, ;.j #;;:..•: Stop In for a--^ree Copy of the Big "Billy and Ruth" Toy Book!! CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 or 6090 SCHPERO'S BANISHES DIRT! Dirt and oils stop many a fine watch. Let Schperb's \vatcH " repair department frivc your watch the thorough cleaning it" needs to give* yon perfect time at' all- time. William Schpero 162 Church Street C.H.Tomlinson Neary Buildinc tuck. Conn. IWAfttendNHS Clqss Of 1939( First Reunionj Members and guests of the 1939 Naugatuck High Sc.'hoo! class held ihelr first reunion Saturday night at Rinaldo's restaurant, South Main street, with 110 in attendance, vPicture on Page One.) Chairman of the arrangements committee was John Dunn, assisted by Helen Hedzega, Molly Cob- bol, Elizabeth McGrath, Charlotte .Brennan, Marjorie Brinkerhoff, Martha Reilly, Arthur Clark, Richard Zollo, Charles Clark, Edward Gamache, Anthony Nardello and John Farrar. Following the banquet dancing was held. Among those attending wore: Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kirk, Joan Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lingenheld, Mr. and Mrs. James Reilly, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lutz, Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Magna, Mr. and Mrs. V. Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinkerhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shilinskas, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Nardello. Mr. and Mrs, Leo Oldakowski, Mr. and Mrs. Edward March, Collette Peterson, Celia Pilkewich, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poulin Mr and Mrs. Edward Boranski ' Mr' and Mrs. Edward Bontempo, Mr and Mr. Anthony Swiderski, Mr and Mrs. George Tatoian. Lucille Vest, Mr. and Mrs. John 7 £ a ' 5 r ' and Mrs - H «=nr y .Zapatka, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zollo, James Dunn, William Borg "/• an ? Mrs - William Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brennan, John Butkus, William Butkus Mr Sind Mrs. Arthur Clark Charlci Clark, Miss Moliy Cobboi, Mrand Mrs. Charles Connelly, Mr. and ^rs. Vincent Cuddy, Mrs. Margaret Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ODea, Mr. and Mrs. John Dunn Mrs. Ruth Durette, Mr. and Mrs Edward Daikus, Mr. and Mrs. William Ernst, Mr. and Mrs. John Farrar, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fed- .cronis, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Gan- aareillas. Josephine Gabino Mr and Mrs. William Triano, Mr and Mrs. Leonard McGrath, Helen Radziga, Mr. and Mrs. Howson Mrs. Claudia Wilcox, Mr and Mrs. Neff, Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Foetsh, Mr. and Mrs.. Zoss, Mr. and Mrs. Eschuck, Mr. and Mrs. Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Laraway, Mr. and Mrs. Cralon, Mr. and Mrs. Giuliano and Mr. and Mrs. Jiannin. The Beacon Valley Homemakers club, of the New Haven county Farm Bureau, will hold an all-day meeting tomorrow, opening In the morning- at 10:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Alice Valentine, Valentine street. The subject" of the meeting will be making lamp shades. A pot luck lunch will be served. Members and interested non members arc Invited to attend. The Pa-=t Presidents club of tht Ladies' auxiliary of Naugatuck American Legion post, No. 17, will meet tomorrow evening at 7:45 o'clock in the iMemora! Home, 21 Cedar street. Mrs. Margaret Maxwell will be hostess. All members are requested to attend as important matters will be discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klukis of spring street, celebrated their 16th wedding- anniversary, Oct. 21. It also was the date of .her birthday. •Mrs. Kdukis is the former Ida Som.bathy of Torrington. They are the parents of a daughter, Mary Ann. M-r. and Mrs. Charles Klukis of Middle street, also celebrated a wedding annivej-sary, Oct. 21. Art, Qraft Work TpFpafure Methodist Safe Hand-made art and craft work will be one of the features of the annual Country Fair of the Methodist church to be held Nov. 3 and 4 in the church hall. This is the first time that such a booth will be seen at the fair. A group of women in the parish, under the leadership of Mrs. Matthew H. Gates is presently working- on the attractive articles of copper, glass, wood and pottery and are also employing water color, oils and various metalwork. The work feature latest techniques learned this summer by Mrs. Gates in a crafts course she studied at Ocean City, N, J. Members of the group" announce the items may be obtained reasonhly and point out that orders will be taken by those desiring to give personalized Christmas gifts. Those working on articles for the display in addition to Mrs. Gates are Mrs. Herbert Brown, Mrs. Harold Werner, Miss Mildred Brown and Nona Hanson. Ra/monai Council Supper A spaghetti supper will be served tomorrow evening from 5:30 to 7 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, under the auspices o£ Ramona Council, Degree of Pocahontas. The public is invited to attend. Reports by Mrs. Viola Hahvick and Mrs. Nellie Lawton, delegates to the Great Council convention held recently in Bridgeport, will be heard at a regular meeting of the local council at 8 o'clock. Cub Pafrk Mfcets* Tomorrow Nighfc Cub Scouts of Pack 15 will hold a regular monthly meeting tomorrow night at 7 o'clock at Hop Brook school, it was announced today by Grady T. Carpenter, Cub Pack leader. All parents are requested to attend. Boys between the ages of 8 and 11 years, who are interested In joining the pact are invited to attend with their parents. The theme of the meeting will be inspection for the boys in uniform. Mrs. William Roy of Wooster street has returned frorm visiting Mrs. Flora Hall, Gaylordsville, and Mrs. Gladys Warren, Pittsfleld, Mass. Francis Worzlrfccr, ' 26 North Hoadley street, is a member of the cast of Arsenic and Old Lace, which will be presented by the Connecticut University Theater association Dec. 6, 7 and 8. Norris M. Follett, Jr., Grove street, is among the 4,308 students, who have registered for the fall semester at the University of Maine, Orono, Me. Mrs. Charles P. Rodenbach of Litchfield, former Terrace avenue resident, was among members of the Waterbury branch, American Association of University Women, attending a meeting of the state AAUW Saturday at Teachers College of Connecticut, New Britain. BEST A CUTAWAY FOB THAT IMPORTANT EYESTJ W» Can PJ» Ho»« Too Blf IMBIMBO'S Tkcm AU Union St., Wtnr. or Small Phone S-8IBI St. Paul's* Lajdies' A/Id Qhristmafr Fafir A Christmas Fair' will be held Friday evening, Nov. 4, under the sponsorship of the Ladies' Aid society of St. Paul's Lutheran church starting at 7 o'clock in the church hall. Mrs. Elizabeth Ross, Goodyear avenue, and Mrs. John Enamait, Gorman street, are co-chairmen of the arrangements committee. Various booths will be set up in the church hall, featuring fan- cy%vork, knick-knacks, food, jewelry and other items. Coffee and refreshments will be served during the evening. Fenton-Rafpieff Wedding Set' Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Rapieff, 229 Cherry street, of the coming marriage of their daughter, Genevieve, to James F. Fenton, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fenton. The wedding will take place Tuesday, Nov. 22 in St. Francis' church. Miss Rapieff is affiliated with the office staff of Peter Paul, Inc. Her fiance is a patrolman on the Naugatuck police force. Jr. Conference Reservations Members of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club planning to attend the fall Junior conference to be held Sunday, Nov. 6 in Meriden, are requested to make reservations with Arlene Sullivan or Mrs. Charles Noble, Jr., at tonight's meeting of the club at 8 o'clock in the American Legion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street. Transportation to the conference, at which the Meridcn Junior Women's club will be hostess club, will be provided to local members deRiring it. speaker at tonight's meeting will be Jack Conway, director of The Playmakcrs, local drama group. Dr. Everett T. Rogers of« Rockwell avenue was an usher at the wedding of his brother, Dr. E. Donald Rogers, Waterbury, to Doris Eileen Salston, Waterbury, which took place Saturday afternoon in the Bunker Hill Congregational church, Waterbury. Vocal soloist was Daniel Sweeney, Naugatuck, whose selections included The Lord's Prayer, Because and Through the Years. ' .Pull Line of fr«Hh Bakone* Every Sunrise CANDIED' APPLES SWISS PASTRY ASSORTED ROLLS BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. S678 Open, Patty 6; 30 A. M. to 6 P. M, Now Is The Time for the DRY CLEANING -o Pick-Up and Delivery Service Custom Tailoring MBRUSKI NORTH MAIN ST. TEL. SSOT Open Frl. Till 9 ANNOUNCING THE ELMER WHEELER "WORD LABORATORY" DEMONSTRATION MONDAY NIGHT ONLY October 31,1949 8:00 to 9:30 HOTEL ELTON ASSEMBLY ROOM Ever see .a "Word Laboratory" in action? Would you like a sales talk developed, or your present one revised with "Tested Selling- Sentences"? Then here is your chance at this strictly "private showing of the new post-war methods of Tested Salesmanship as created by the Elmer Wheeler Sales Laboratories. This is NOT a "lecture," but a "live" demonstration of a Sizzle Lab in operation. You will see how words are then T^TED!*' fr0m SiZZl6S t0 ^^ sentences ' and The demonstration must be limited to 150 people only! Admission By Ticket Only — Phone or Write POST JUNIOR COLLEGE of COMMERCE 24 CENTRAL AVE. WATERBURY TEL. 4-8772 Church Notes St. Mary's Saturday morning at 8 o'clock there will foe a Month's Mind Mass for David Welch. This evening at 7:30 o'clock, Novena Devotions in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, coulpTed with Octobet- devotions and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. After devotlohs, the CYO will meet Thursday, evening at 7:30 o'clock, the regrular weekly parish entertainment will be held in the church basement Forty Hours Devotions will begin next Sunday at the 11 o'clock Mass, with a solemn high Mass and procession- The Bleswed Sacrament will be exposed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday ^mornings. Donations for flowers should be made at the convent or with oln- eers of the Altar society. The Altar society will receive Holy Communion in a body next Sunday at the 7:30 o'clock Mass. After all the Masses next Sunday, the Altar society will conduct a cake and food' sale. Donation of cakes, pies, bread and canned goods will be appreciated. Mrs. Anna Moss is chairman of the committee in charge. St. This evening, at 7 o'clock there will be a meeting of the CYO. Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7:30 o'clock there will be Rosary devotions. Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock there will be religious Instructions for the public school children. St. Francis' The CYO will not meet tonight. Tomororw evening at 8 o'clock the Council of Catholic Women will meet in Columbus hall. The Council will receive Holy Communion in a body next Sunday at the 9 o'clock Mass. Wednesday evening at 6:45 o'clock the junior choir will rehearse. At 8 o'clock the senior choir will rehearse. Thursday morning at 8 o'clock there will be a first anniversary requiem high Mass for William Narbutatis, Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be a month's mind requiem .high Mass for Mrs. Rose Cavarollo. At 8 o'clock there will be a first anniversary requiem high Mass for George Classey. Funerals Mary E. Klndulas Mary Elizabeth Kindiilas, infant daughter of Edmund and Sadie (Tannius) Kindulas, Maple Hill road, died Saturday at Waterbury Hospital. Private funeral services were held today. Mrs. Jenny Ahlqulst Funeral services for Mrs. Jenny (Petersbn) Ahlquist, 80, a Nauffatuck resident, were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home, 2O1 Meadow street, with the Rev. Donald Kent of Salem Lutheran church, officiating. Burial wa» in Grove cemetery. Bearers were Carl Erickson, Everett Friden. Arthur Lorentzson, Alfred Larson, Robert Anderson and George Anderson. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the many friends, relatives, and neighbors who, by their many acts of kindness, floral tributes and expressions of sympathy did so much to make lighter the burden of grief In our recent bereavement. The DeCarlo Family. LIMITS BUILDING . Sydney, Australia, limits the height of its buildings to 160 feet. BUY NOW BOXED ASSORTMENTS 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 _NAJ7GATUCK .NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, OCT. 24, 19«9—PACK 8 Briefs An important meeting of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Israel will be neld tomorrow evening at 8:30 o'clock at the center, 148 Fajrview avenue. Mrs. Harry Pliskin, president, will be in charge. Refreshments will be served. All members are requested to attend. A meeting of the executive committee of the Hop Brook school Parent-Teacher association will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Malcolm Wilson, president, 205 Quinn street. 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That's a far cry from the day we opened the world's first commercia! telephone exchange in New Haven in 1878 with 21 subscribers and eight lines. And each new telephone added since then has made telephone service more valuable — because new telephones mean you can call more people and more people can call you. Miss Party Line of 1949 She's popular because she's a good neighbofon'the party line. For example, she always releases her line in emergencies . . . allows time between her calls ... and hangs up quietly when someone else is using the line. She's typical of the thousands of friendly Connecticut people who share parry lines fairly, making telephone service more pleasing for everyone to use. fe-, Telephone Service for Air Defense Test Your Telephone Company played a big part in the Air Forces' new test o£ civilian air defenses last month. Telephones and other communicatipfis equipment were located at observation posts and control .points during a seven-day test of the aircraft warning system;. Telephones were used to. help spot, report, and relay information on aircraft. This is another example of how your Telephone Company works to protect you and the nation's security. THE SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE •«;*. "Owned and operated by and for Connecticut people since 1882." COMPANY

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