Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 26, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, October 26, 1949
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Personal ^^^^^^^^^^^^s^__ s===s===i=B=a= Waterbury Civic Orchestra Opens Season Nov. 6 The Waterbury Civic Orchestra opens its 12th season Nov. 6 when it presents Vivian Delia Chiesa, soprano. Three Sunday evening- concerts are planned for the 194050 series in Wilby Hig-h school auditorium, Waterbury, at 8:15 o'clock. The second concert will be presented Jan. 15. with the soloist to be Jean Casadesus, pianist, son of the world famed Robert Sasadesut^ Violin soloist ct the April 9 concert will be Patricia Travers. Reservations and additional information concerning: Irie concerts may be obtained by telephoning vVaterbury 4-5EOO. Vivian Delia Chiesa has become a distinct radio personality, averaging -more than 40 appearances a year as the featured soloist on many famous programs. Concert- goers in the United States. Canada, Australia and Central America have endorsed the remarkable voice and good looks of Vivian Delia Chiesa. She is a striking blond, whose art and unusual glamor have caused music critics to dub her "America's greatest singing actress." Jean Casadesus carries on the great Casadesus tradition. The 22- year-old artist was born in. Paris and came to the United States in 1340 with his parents and scteled down in Princeton, whers the family -til] makes its winter home. He started to play the piano at the age of five and in 1938 entered the Paris Conservatory us a solfege .tudent and the same year won the First Medal. He began his American education by going four years at Lawrenceville and a year at Princeton. In 1S46 he won the Youth Contest of the Philadelphia Orchestra, appearing in the Ravel G minor concerto under Eugene Ormandy in 1947. In October, 1947, he was a prize winner at tbe International Contest in Geneva,* Switzerland, and last year he be£an his career with a series of introductory con~ certs in this country, followed by a European debut in Amsterdam. He not only is-a gifted son of'. a famous father, but a young pianist destined to a future as brilliant HS his background. Patricia Travers made her debut in New York 12 years ago. In the summer of 1948 she was selected as the first artist to appear in Germany under a fcew program sponsored by the Civil Affairs Division of the Department of the Army and the Information Central Divuion. Office of Military Government for Germany, U. s". She is said to be one of those- rare musicians who realizes on their prevocious childhood, anrt that she plays everything with dashing bravura. She made her debut before European audience in the spring of 1947 and scored tremendous successes. CHRISTMAS RUSH Washington, Oct. 25-7-C-UP)—The Defense Department says the Army. Navy and Air' Force- will lend the Post Office Department about 4.000 trucks and automobiles to help handle the Christmas rush. The Perfect Gift!! 8x10 KASHMIR PORTRAIT and 12 Portraits on GREETING CARDS All for only — $3,95 THIBODEAU STUDIO Neary Building . . TeL 2342 Full Line of Fresh Bakeries Every Sunrise CANDIED APPLES CHOCOLATE ECtAIRS ASSORTED ROLLS BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. 3678 Open Dally «:M A. M. to « F. M- SCHPERO'S BANISHES DIRT! Dirt and oils stop many a fine watch. Let Schpero's watch repair department give your watch the thorough cleaning it needs to give you perfect time at "all time. Methodist Faf,r> To Feature Fun Night Prograim A "Millionaires Carnival" will eature the fun night program of ne annual Country Fair of the Vaugatuck Methodist church Nov. and 4 on the closing night of the iront. The Rev. Matthew H. Gates, minister of the church, and an able naster of ceremonies, will be in harge of keeping action at a igh pitch. The church hall will be decorat- d in the style of a real old-fash- oned country fair and attractive ooths will add to the motif. The ide-show wi!l be fronted by a bark- r in full carnival costume. Games f skill, square sets and a real ake walk will be among the out- tanding events of the show. Refreshments will be served at Grandma's Pantry Shelf" where offce, doughnuts, pop-corn and hot- ogs will be dispensed by jovial -layton F. Davis. The carnival is being staged by he Methodist Youth Fellowship inder the direction of Mr. Gates i"un is promised for all the fam- ly and the public is invited. Mrthdafy Party Guest Of Honor A surprise party was held recent- y at the home of Mr. and Mrs. >arrett Joyce, 74 Nixon avenue, n honor of Mr. Joyce, who was elebrating a birthday. Among those attending were- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scally and daughters, Lisa and Sandra; Mr. md Mrs. John Scally and daugh- er, Brenda; Mr. and Mrs. Harold "lemrow. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tooke and daughter, Nancy; Mr. nd Mrs. Samuel Leveque, Mrs. Hola Baummer, Emmett Nixon, Mrs. Mary Aurentz of Columbia, Pa Social Aid Society Bazaar Being/ Held Today "Everything- is pointing to a most successful Harvest Bazaar," .says Mrs. Donald Brubaker, who is serving- as general chairman of the bazaar, sponsored by the Aid Society of the Congregational church, today in the parish house. The bazaar continues to C o'clock tonight. The sale includes booths containing jellies, candies, home baked goods, vegetables, fruits, flowers gifts, parcel post packages, aprons and kitchen articles, children's clothing, grab bags of toy*, books ipmes, a white elephant and knick-knack booth, and a rectae basket. v Other features of the bazaar are the tea room, the/ tea room lounge a sale of attractive candles by the Pil ffrim Fellowship, and movies for the children Those assisting as waitresses are M )as Jean Grumman Mrs Joseph Little, Mrs. Dudley Chittenden. M rs Ralph Bavier, LMr a . John Hayes, Jr., Mr.*. William- Dickinson, Mrs. Conrad Lindahl, (Mrs Leroy Fuller. Mrs. Arthur Anderson and Mrs. Ralph Fulton are tea room hostesses, and Mrs Cecil Grant is assisting the tea room chairmen. Fraternal Sgt. and Mrs. Clifford A. Teeplfc, Jr., of Naugatuck, are now residing it Beaufort, N. C., where Sergeant Teeple is on duty with the Marines t. Cherry Point Mrs. Teeple, before "icr marriage last summer, -was Miss Mary Lalor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lalor of Meadow court. WS'CIS Special Service Set' For TonighP A special service, in observance of Week of- Prayer and Self Denial, will be held' tonight following a brief business meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church. Mrs. Matthew H. Gates, will be leader of the service, the title of which is The Work That I Do Shall Ye Do Also. Speakers will be Mrs. Bruce Fisher, Mrs. Donald Umlaut Mrs. Francis Zettlemoyer, Mrs. Nellie Lawton. Soloists, will be Miss Ida Schooley and (Mrs. Harold Werner. Following- the service a self denial meal will be served. All mem" bers are requested to attend the special event. Mrs. Uimlauf, WSCS president, will be in charge of the meeting. A meeting and Halloween party will be held tonight by the Prospect street school Parent-Teach-, er association. John Burns, presY- dcnt, will be in charge. All members and teachers are requested .o attend. / Playnw/kers Meet Tonight A Halloween party will be held tonight as the program portion of the regular monthly meeting of the Playmakers, with Jack Conway in charge. Members are requested to wear costumes. Prizes will be awarded those in winning costumes. A pot-luck supper will be held at 6:30 o'clock, with those attending requested to furnish a vegetable, salad or dessert. Baked ham will be served. At a brief business meeting, with Mrs. Seymour Squires, president, in charge, principal business will consist of voting on the amended constitution and by-laws. Members of the Emblem Club of thf> Naugatuck Lodge of Elks will visit Tranquility Farm, Middlebury, this evening. A dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock and a demonstration held. A meeting of the group .will be held later in the evening In the local Elks rooms. A meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will be held tomorrow evening at 8:15 o'clock in the VFW home on Rubber avenue. Mrs. ili-anklini Behlman, president, will be in charge. Refreshments will be served. Juniorettes % Hold Meeting The first fall meeting of the Naugatuck Woman's club Junior- ettes was held Monday evening in the American Legion Home, with Marilyn Carlson, president, in charge. Plans were discussed for an informal dunce to be held next month. , Guest speaker was Miss Kay Shaker of Waterbury, who spoke on the subject of cosmetics. A question and answer period was held. The program was in charge of Margretta Deegan. Entertain At Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanson, 23 Gorman street, entertained recently for their son, Forrest, Jr., on the occasion of his seventh birthday. Halloween decorations were used and refreshments served. Among those attending were: Nancy and Judy Foley, Raymond Foley, Harriet Lutz, Olive Jane Hanson, Ralph and Robert Hanson, William Fairbank, Richard COoney, Marilyn Su& Hanson, Neil and Ruth Ann Tuohy, John Rimkus, Charlie Samularo, David and Brian Walsh, Fred Fail-child, Edward and James Thomas, Mrs. Harold Lutz and Mrs. N. T. Kenney. Wears 100-Yea*Old Dress In Christening Cathy Jeanne Williamson, four- monlhs-okl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williamson of Onset, Mass., was christened Sunday morning during the service at the Congregational church, with the Rev. Willard B. Soper, officiating. Mrs. Williamson is the former Estella Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown of .Meadow street. The infant's paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs, Walter Williamson of White River Junction, Vt. The infant wore a dress, which is lOOyeara old. A white, luce-trimmed dress, it is hand-made and was first worn by Mrs. Williamson's great great grandmother in Alexandria, N. H. Harvest Sale Opens Tomorrow The annual two-day Harvest | Sale, sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary of the Hillside Congregational church, will be held tomorrow and Friday in the church hall. The sale will get under way tomorrow evening from 7 to 9 o'clock, and will continue Friday morning and afternoon from 10 to 5 o'clock. Tea and coffee will be served during the sale by Mrs. Albert Curtiss, Mrs. Paul Anderson, Mrs Carlton Nelson, Mrs. Curtiss Smith, Mrs. Charles Nelson and Mrs. C. G. Swanson. PNG 1 Club Be Entertained Members of the Past Noble Grands clulb of Columbian Rebekah lodge, No, 35, I .O. O. P., will be entertained Friday evening by the PNG club of WInona Re- ibokah lodge in. Odd Fellows hall, Waterbury. A supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock. Tomorrow, the local PNG club will sponsor a bakery sale starting in the morning at 11 o'clock in the Quality Cleaners store on North Main street. Attending a dance recently at the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity house, Wesleyati University, Mirl- dletown, were Lois Romanousky, Barbara Stien, Shirley Rentz, FSusan Hall, Ann Marie Petrucelll, Janet Petrucelli, Mary Ann Tran- BTe, Elaine Tierney. They also attended a party at Phi Beta Kappa fraternity house at Trinity College, Hartford. Realty Transactions Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John has filed the following documents for record in his Town Hall office: » Warranty Deeds Gladys B. Elwell to Charles T. Kohn, property on Lewis street. Bridget Curtin to Robert C., and Mary C. Hall, property on Cherry street. Mortgage Deeds Charles T. Kohn to Naugatuck Building and Loan Association, property on Lewis street. Robert C., and Mary C. Hall to Naugatuck Building and Loan Association, property on Cherry street. Mortgage Releases Naugatuck Savings Bank to William W., and Ellen Bell. Naugatuck Savings Bank to Dennis J., and Bridget Curtin. vMrycK NKWSJTONN.). WKDNKSIMV, OCT. w. IOW-PAGE s Jeff Klub Plains Turkey Trot A Turkey Trot will be held by the Jeff Klub Saturday evening, (Nov. 5 at the' American Brrfss Country club, with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McNeil in charge. In the form of a barn dance, the evening's activities will include Virginia, Reels and square dances. Ray Hotchkiss and his orchestra will play for dancing. Dress will be any appropriate attire for the occasion. Assisting- the co-chairmen are: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Baliaski, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Dobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinckerhoff and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bulka. A mooting of St. Michael's Guild scheduled for Monday evening has been canceled with the next meeting to be held Monday, Nov. 7 opening with a. pot-luck supper in the parish hou&e. Yesterday the Guild held a rummage sale, with the committee in charge including Mrs. Lester Yeaton, Mrs. DeFor- r:st Hart, Mrs. Lester Follett, Mrs. William Birdsidl, Mrs. Harry Monroe, Mrs. F. P. Dinsmore. Mrs. Cyrus Gould and Mrs. G. Foster Gamble. BEST A CUTAWAY FOE THAT MPOHTAST EVENT1 W« Can Fit Ho»« Too Mi IMBIMBO'S Them AU «t_Unlon St.. WtDy. or Pkrm* t-8«8l Party Held For Eight-Year-old Sally Bossidy, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Bossidy, 25-1 North Hoadley street, celebrate.! her eighth birthday Monday with a doll party at her home. Guests were eight classmates from the third grade at St. Francis parochial school: Virginia Bend- lor, Joan Berardi, Susan Callahan, Sally Ann Cierello, Olivia Celelo, Rosemary Fitzgerald, Karen Pettit, Patricia Rossi and the guest of honor. Each guest was given a small plastic doll, needle, thread and materials, and created a costume for her doll. Refreshments were, served. A class of candidates will be initiated at a meeting of the Naugatuck Assembly, No. 22, Order of | Rainbow for Girls, tomorrow eve| ning at 7:30 o'clock in Masonic Temple on Church street. All Mastor Masons and members of the Order oE Eastern .Star are invited to attend. Are You Surprised? Are you surprised to learn that only 12 share* of stock ol THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT ft POWER CO. will pay enough in dividends to pay the most frequently occuring monthly electric bill? The total amount of money required to put this plan in effect is less than #700.00. If you are interested in owning a utility stock which will pay all—or a part—of your electric bill just send in the coupon. My yearly electric bill u about £ ' I would like to know how many shares of stock of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT ft POWER CO. I would have to own to have the dividends pay it. Name Street and Number, City or Town William Schpero 162 Church Street I PUTNAM & CO 6 Central Row, Hartford TeL 5-0151 OUR NAUGATUCK REPRESKNTATIVE IS MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN Please Phone Waterbury 5-0238 (Reverse Charges) ADVERTISED IN LIFE "Grandma Moses" Christmas Cards Other Assortments Plenty of Them Your Local HALLMARK DEALER SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY S TORE 213 CHURCH STREET Naugatuck • • —• - _•___'" ' •_•• _.-T~ they're made of that wonderful new CORTRON $298 Couldn't wont a cufer shoe, could you? ... or hope to get it of a lower price? You're sur* of the best in value, the prettiest in style, when you BUY BUSKENS. •S«8. U.S. Pot. Off. 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