Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 25, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, October 25, 1949
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Personal Aid Society Bcszacvr, Tea Here Tomorrow Sandwiches, made just before they are served will be featured at this year's Tia. Room, in conjunction with the Harvest Bazaar, sponsored by the Aid Society of the Congregational church, in the parish house, Wednesday. Tea, coffee, and cookies also will-be served. The tea. room will be open from 2 to 6 o'clock. ^ A new feature this year will be tile Tea Room L/ounga for the convenience of those who wish to visit with friends, and it also will enable the waitresses to give better service, by being able to see who are waiting to be served. qc)2pa hSJ w O t fm 8- O'.z .. Mrs. Cecil Grant is assisting the co-chairmen, Mrs. Willis Merrill, Mrs. Joseph Reilly, and Mrs. Irving Cutting, who are in charge of the tea room. Miss Jean Grumman is designing the signs for the tea room. Volunteers from the Aid Society will serve as waitresses. Sewing Circle Plans Meeting A regular meeting of Evergreen Sewing Circle will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Masonic Temple on Church street. Mrs Joy Schlesinger president, will be in charge of the business session. Following the business meeting card playing will be held and refreshments served. Hostesses for the afternoon will be "Mrs. Leila Schmitz and Mrs. Neritza Kazanjian. Miss Ma/rtino Honored Guest At Shower Here A personal shower was held re* cently at the home of Mrs. Frank Mariano, 15 Baldwin street, in honor of Genevieve Martino, who will be married Nov. 19 to Frank Shea. The guest of honor was the recipient of many gifts. A buffet luncheon was served. Among those attending were: Mrs Anne Celello, Mrs. Lena Emmanuel, Mrs. Jessie Mengacci, Mrs. Lucy Gaiiette, Mrs. Mary Mariano, Mrs. Margaret Mariano, Mrs. Viola Mariano, Mrs. Mame Presto, Mrs. Josephine Presto, Mrs. Katherine Rad- clife, Jane Bontempo, Mrs. Loretta Shea, Loretta Shea, Mary Lou Shea, Mrs. Eleanor Scheiber, Mrs. Tina Contaldi. Mrs. Helen Hayden, Mrs. Elizabeth Schultz, Mrs. Marie Geigle, Mrs. Concettao.Cipriano, Mrs.. Grace Pandolfi, Marie Marrello, Genevieve Rapieff, Audrey Fosdick, Angela Presto, Anna Presto, Anita Martino, Angeline Cariello, Rose McDonald, Frances Mariano, Mrs. Emil Martino. Unable to attend, but sending gifts were: Mrs. George Graham, Frances Mariano, Mrs. Emmett Shea, Mrs. Anna Mollico, Jennie Pandolfi, Mrs. Helen Glcason. ADVERTISED IN LI F E ''Grandma Moses" Christinas Cards Other Assortments _ Plenty pi Them . Tour Local HALLMARK DEALER SWEENEY'S ART ana STATIONERY STORE 213 CHURCH STREET Nangatuck Social ••^•.^^^^^^^.^_^^_ Miss U. ffiroch Shower Guest On Long Islafod Miss .Dorothea Hroch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hroch, of 73 Marjorie street, was guest of honor at a surprise bridal shower recently at the home of Miss Doris Rcntz, 9563 115th street, Richmond Hill, Long Island, N. Y. Miss Rentz and Miss Lois Hroch will be bridesmaids at Miss Hroch's wedding, Nov. 24. to Sal Bazzano o£ High'street. Miss Rentz and Miss Hroch were hostesses at the shower. Among those attending were: Mrs. H. J. Hahnel, Mrs. Erna Conrad, Miss Mary Ann Conrad, Miss Eileen Conrad, Mrs. F. J. Roessler, Sr., Mrs. Lucille Boutlngcr, MrK. Claire Rentz, Miss Virgina Rentz, ^ Mrs. Bertha Hroch, Mrs. Harold i Leas, Mrs. C. A. Kaiser, Mrs. Walter Kenney, Miss Dorothy Fleeger, Mrs. Mae Bergman, Mrs. Mildred Roessler. Mrs. Dorothy Owens, Mrs. Frank J. Hroch, Sr., Mrs. Audrey Rentz, Miss Lee Kennell, Mrs. Rita Hroch, Mrs. James Kimmers, the hostesses and the guest of honor. Sending gifts but unable to attend were: Mr.s. A. J. Maier, Mrs. Clifford Schneider, Mrs. Dorothy Schneider, Mrs. Else Thielman, Mrs. Margaret Bendnll, Mrs. Vita Thielman, Mrs. Charles Thielman. Fraternal Isbell-Bowers Wedding Nov. 26 Announcement is made of the coming marriage of Shirley Elizabeth Bowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Bowers, 321 Hillside avenue, to Chester Parsons Isbell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Isbell. 301 Hillside avenue. The wedding will take place Saturday afternoon. Nov 26 at 3 o'clock in the Congregational church. Miss Bowers is employed in the payroll department of the U. S. Rubber Co., and Mr Isbell is affiliated with the Winsted Furniture Co., Winsted. Olsons Enroute To California, Hilding Olson, president of the Naugatuck Savings bank, nnd Mrs. Olson are enroute to San Francisco, Calif., where they will attend the American Banker's association convention. They will be away about three weeks. Mr. Olron recently completed 25 years service with the local bank. Plan Afnnual DAiR Luncheon Friday, Nov. 4 The annual luncheon of Sarah Rogers chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will be held Friday afternoon, Nov. 4, at 1:30 o'clock in the Salem Lutheran church hall. Members may invite guests to attend. Guest speaker will .be Alfred Dillister, who has written for the past three years on The Lure 'of the Litchfield Hills. He recently returned from a hiking trip in the northwestern part of Connecticut. His subject will be, Connecticut Iron Contributions to Freedom's Cause. He will display three oil landscapes and many old relics. Mr. Dillister will tell human interest stories of people living- in the old mining towns in Connecticut, such as Kent, Salisbury and Canaan. The Women's - Society of Christian Service, Methodist church, meets tomorrow night at R o'clock in the church hail. Mrs, Matthew Gates will be in charge of the program. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ernest Adkins, Mrs. Richard Ort and Mr.3. Gates. ••^^Mi^HMIM^BB^MMM^MM^^HMMMM Theater Work Described By Jack Conway A resume of theater work, including stage setups, make-up, pasting and other phases of the theater was presented last' night by Jack Conway director of The Playmakers, local drama group, at a meeting of the Nangatuck Junior Woman's Club at the American Legion home, 21 Cedar street. Mr. Conway, who directed The Playmakers to first place in the state drama tournament last spring, told several human interest stories, besides describing the intricate workings of the theater. After a question and answer period, three blackout skits were [•resented, with club members volunteering to act the roles. During the business meeting, conducted by Mrs. M. Francis Fceley, president, an invitation was received to attend a meeting of the Bristol Junior Women's Ciub. A social hour was held and refreshments served. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson was in charge of refreshments. Table arrangements, using the Halloween motif, were in charge of Mrs. Ralph Pronovost. Guests from the Waterbury and Torrington Junior Women's Clubs represented for Neighbors' Night included: Mrs. Robert Schuster, Mrs. Richard Wright, Mrs. Elmone Roges, Mrs. Harold Adams, Mrs. Roy Genmarr, Mrs. Russell Clark, Mrs. John Carlson/ Waterbury; Mrs. Florence Bonnome, Mrs. Charles Pastonello, Mrs. John Fahey, Mrs. Fred Kirkwood, Mrs. Charles Nickerson, Mrs. Raymond Grady, Torrington. Local Resident Wed Saturday Miss Lois Pcilitis, daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Politis, New Britain, and Monroe Derr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Grouse, Naugatuck, were married Saturday afternoon in St. Mark's nSk'scopal church, New Britain. Ronald J. Politis gave his sister in marriage, and Mrs. Betty Siraomn served as matron of honor. Miss Martha Martinez and airs. -- Doris Buntin were ' bridesmaids, and the twst man was Raymond Derr. Ushers wera Casimir Jufzyck and Edward Herbst. Following a reception in the church parlors, the couple left on a motor trip. The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church meets next Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the hcme of Mra. Robert Holdsworth, New Haven road. Mrs. H. Flint Entertained Of?/ 86th Birthday Mrs. John A. Monroe of Hopkins Homestead, entertained recently at an afternoon tea in honor of Mr. Monroe's aunt, Mrs. Harriet Hopkins Flint on the occasion of her 86th birthday. Those attending were:'Miss Mary Shields, Mrs. Fred Wurtenburg, Jacob Keeling, William B. Holp- kfns, (Lillian R. Monroe. Frank Keeling sent a gift, but was unable to attend. Mrs. Flint alao had birthday visits from the Rev. Willard B. Soper .minister of the Congregational church, Major and Mrs J. William Johnson, Thomas F Johnson and Mrs. George Held. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe and daughter, Lillian, held a family dinner party- recently for Mrs. Flint Those attending were Major and Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard W .Flint and daughters, Louise, Grace and Inez, Mr. Hopkins. Unable to attend was Dorothy Flint. The guest of honor received several gifts and many cards and messages. Sunday Mrs. Flint had a visit from Mrs. Elizabeth Timbrel I and Howard Timbrel! of New Britain. The table on both occasions were decorated with fall flowers and birthday cakes were used as centerpieces. Mrs. Flint is in fairly good health. Vitally interested in current events, she enjoys the radio and keeps abreast of the times through the daily newspapers. She operates her household very well for one her age. She and her brother are living In the house where they were born, and are the flfth generation to do so. Their nephew and great niece make the sixth and seventh generation. The house was built in 1789. K| A TU RALLY, WE CANT nO THIS! I\ATURALI.Y we can't have one of our salesmen flying over every Ford-we sell... ready to remind you and all the other Ford ownera of the many advantages you get when you deal with a Ford Dealer. It would take too many salesmen to do that, and we don't think you would be too happy about your loss of privacy. So we do the next best thing. We see to it that your Ford stays at its best. We do everything we can to give you the very finest Ford service... sticking to factory-approved methods ... keeping a stock of Genuine Ford Parts .. .,and keeping a staff of Ford-trained mechanics at your service. We know we have a lot to gain by giving you and your Ford a good, square deal from the moment you get the keys . . . because satisfied customers are our best salesmen. Briefs Marriage intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Dorothea Mae Hrcch, 73 Marjorie street, and Sebastian Antonlno Bazzano, 397 High street. They plan to marry Nov. 24. A bakery sale will be held Friday morning and afternoon in St. Michael's parish house from 11 to 3 o'clock, sponsored by Girl Scout troop, No. 34, directed by Mra. George Schlosser and Mrs. "Donald Fowler. Troop members recently held a (picnic in the William H. Bristol Memorial Park, Middlebury, at which time they worked on the Ram/biers badge. Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Davis, of Freeman lane, have returned from Worcester, Mass., where they attended the convention of the Society of American Magicians. The three-day ,mecting began Friday and' ended Sunday. Jo Stafford, Paul Weston Headline State Show One of the greatest musical at- % tractions ever to come this way, Jo Stafford, "America's Most Versatile Singing Star" and star of the NBC Supper Club, will make her llrst New England stage appearance, together with Paul Weston and his Orchestra at the State theater, Hartford, this Saturday and Sunday, for two days on)y. Jo Stafford, who is equally adept at doing a modern pop tune, a hillbilly ditty, or a tender folk ballad, will present her own original renditions of many of the recordings that made her famous, such as "If I Ever Love Again," "Some Enchanted Evening," "Rag Time Cowboy Joe," "Whispering Hop*,'' and scores of other hits. Paul Weston, famous Capitol recording artist,, feature® in his band, 25 excellent musicians and entertainers. There will be no (Performance on Friday. NAUGATOCK NEWS (CONN'.), TUESDAY, OCT. 25, 104»—PAGE 3 Vast Pro-Tito Underground Grows In East Europe (By United Press) A report from London says 41 vast pro-Tito, anti-Soviet underground is springing up in Eastern Eurolpe. The information comes from a western intelligence agent who cannot be identified. This source confirms that Russia has moved troops into eastern Europe, but not for purposes of an attack against Tito in Yugoslavia. According U. Ihla agent, those troops have bf.'in used to combat the growing underground. The informant says the pro-Tito operatives have murdered many minor cominform officials in Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary. And, he says an attempt to assassinate President Klcment Gottwald of Czechoslovakia last month failed by just a few minutes. 1he story is that .Gottwald was enroute by train to make a speech in northwestern Bohemia. A bomb exploded on the track a few minutes before the train reached the town of Louny. The entire history : 'of the dispute between Marshall Tito and the Soviet-controlled cominform is believed to havi> been discussed at London in a special meeting of American diplomats. American representatives from capitals behind the iron curtain aro taking pan In the secret meeting, which ends today. Rev. E. G. ZeHarsr Oxford, To Retire; Served Fifty Years ' Oxford, Oct. 25—(UP)—Rev. Edwin G. Zellars ig retiring from the ministry after 50 years. Rev. Zellers has been pastor of he Oxford Congregational church since 1937. Before then he was a pastoral Bethany and Wallingford. OCCASIONAL TREMORS Los Angeles has experienced a mild earth tremor about once every five years. PRIVATE SHOWING Elmer Wheeler Sales Training Elton Hotel—Mon. Eve. Oct. 31st Call, write or phone for ticket POST JUNIOR COLLEGE 24 Central Ave. Phone 4-8772 Waterbu ry Funeral •lohn GudzunuH Funeral .service* for John Gudzunas, South street, Middleburv. an employe of the Wostover School for the past 30 years who died Saturday, were held this morning in Middlebury with a solemn high .Mass of requiem at 9 o'clock in St. John^of the Cross church. Burial was In Middlebury cemetery. Mr GudzunaK was ;i members of St. George's Lithuanian society, Naugatuck. The Perfect Gift!! 8x10 KASHMIR PORTRAIT and 12 Portraits on GREETING CARDS All for only — $3.95 TH1BODEAU STUDIO Neary Building Tel. 2S4J BKJfT A CUTAWAY KOll THAT IMPORTANT EVE3TTI W« CM FN If ou Tao Ml < IMBIMBO'S ««**«• Full Line of Fre»h Bakenea Every Sunrise CANDIED APPLES SWISS PASTRY ASSORTED ROLLS BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. M78 Open Daily 6:30 A. M. to B F. M. THE NAUGATUCK FUEL CO., 87 Church St, Naugatuck Here's exciting fashion news... Fashion-minded jS'augatuck women can now shop at Norwash. for high style accessories . . . because Norwash takes pride in introducing fall handbags and gloves designed to harmonize with ntjy fall en.sumble . . . lovely bags and gJoves await your selection today at Norwash . . . Nangatuck's growing style center. LINES THEY FALL FOR... PIHPS in siren silhouettes by Rhythm Step MASTER PURSE As advertised in October CHARM ft »*n i* Itoding feilifeii mcfMfcot $8.95 to $13.95 ~ Take it from the men-in-your-Ufe, nothing sets off a pretty ankle like a pump... when it's don» with the suave lines Rhythm Step knows how to do so well! This one is a "must" in Fall-wise shoe wardrobes. ONLY AT NORWASH IN NAUGATUCK CAN YOU BUY NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MORE than jusl beaulilul thorn... Thru inviliblt rhythm tittdl fwbion every Jl«p "first in fashion in Naugatuck" Norwash " TT n r STORE 209 CHURCH ST NEABY BLDG NAUGATUCK An all handsewn Downelle shortie, at casuot, at th« hand-tucked pattern on the bock thai wends it* way to feminine wrists.' Of full-shrunk, double woven "El vette" *. $OQO

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