Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 27, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, October 27, 1949
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Personal Social Fraternal Miss Cuddy To Serve At Annual Council Meeting Miss Frances Cuddy, president of the Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women, will serve as a hostess at the annual meeting of the Connecticut Council of Catholic Women. Saturday. Nov. 5 in Hartford. The committee appointment •was announced today by Mrs. Robert H. Mahoney of Hartford, president of the state council. The meeting will open in the morning with a. high Mass at 11 o'clock in St. Joseph's Cathedral. The Rev. George M. Grady, spiritual advisor of the council, will be celebrant; the Most Rev. Henry J. O'Brien, bishop of Hartford, will preside; and the Rev. John S. Kennedy, associate editor of the Catholic Transcript, will preach the sermon. The Mass will be followed by a luncheon at St. Joseph's Cathedral Community House at which Bishop O'Brien will be the speaker. Institutes on parent ee-jcation, social action and international relations will be held following the luncheon. Main speakers will be Mary Perkins, author of the current book, Mind the Baby; the Rev. John F. Donnelly af New Haven, director of the diocesan Labor Institutes; Miss Eileen Egan of war relief services, national Catholic welfare conference. 3TT A CUTAWAY KoB THAT WOBTAKT ITB3TTI CM. TH .Wo» Too Me . . CHBIMBO'S T»»» All »» P»l«« SHOP or Sun ' ^—«™™^™™»HIB^ Four Admitted To Emblem Club Membership Four new members were initiated into the Emblem club of the Naugatuck Lodge of Elks last night at a meeting held in the Elks rooms, Neary building, with Mrs. Louis Triano, president, in charge. The new members are Mrs. John Tatigian, Miss Catherine Sweeney, Mrs. Tames Burns and Mrs. Francis Burns. District Deputy night will be observed Wednesday evening, Nov. 15. A dinner will be served, with Mrs. Richard Ostrom as chairman. Prior to last night's business session, 63 members of the club attended a dinner and demonstration held at Tranquility Farm, Middlebury. Society Plajnst Rummage Sale A rummage sale, sponsored by the Ladies' Aid Society of Immanuel Lutheran Church, will be held Friday, Nov. 4, in Raytkwich's garage on South Main street. Cochairmen are Mrs. Theodore Schrader and Mrs. Joy Schlesinger assisted by Mrs. Charles White' Mrs. John Vogt and Mrs. Charles Vogt. Volunteers who wish to price the items for sale and help in other ways are asked to report at the sale site Thursday afternoon, Nov. 3. Contributions may be brought to the church or delivered to the site. Those who are unable to de- l.ver their items are asked to call Mrs. Schlesinger or Mrs. Schrader. Follett-Sajinberg Teaftn Wins Club Bridge Tourney The final session of the Salem club bridge tournament, conducted during the past six weeks, was held last night, with Norris Follett and Richard Saintoerg- being declared winners with 3i)5 matched points. Stanley Timmerman and David Rogers were in second place with 375 1-2 points, and Miss Mildred Carlson and Mrs. John Wed- ermeyer, third place, 369 1-2 points. High scoros in last night's match are: North and south, Mr. Follett, and Mr. Sainberg, 71 1-2; Mr. Timmerman and Mr. Rogers, 71; Esther and Agnes .Anderson, 60 1-2. East and west, Mrs. F. W. Swen- ston and Mrs. Norman Benson, 72 1-2; Constance and Adelaide Clayton., 66 1-2; Mrs. P. J. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Ann Hogan, GO. Entertain At' Birthdajy Party, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chiswell of Tolles square entertained Tuesday night in honor of their grandson. Robert Burns, Jr., son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Burns of May street, who was celebrating bis. third birthday. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. George Chiswefl, Mr. aand Mns. Donald Linhard, Mrs. Thomas Burns. Miss Marion Francis, Mr. and Mrs. John Riccardf, Mr. and Mrs. John Curtin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bagley, iMr. and Mrs Burns, the guest of honor, host and hostess Woterbury's Friendly Deportment Store" y '•' •"•; ..-'*'! 'if *~ Brass TABLE LAMP Special $498 Comparative Value $7.08 Brass table lamps in a choice of two styles with gracefully designed bases polished and lacquered to hold their lustrous finish. Stands 25 " tall. Complete with drum parchment shade in tole red or tole green with narrow gold band trim. Exclusive With Us < Colonial Milk Glass TABLE LAMP Special $900 Regular $11.98 A handsome addition to your 5 living room, den or bedroom. Gorgeous table lamp /with milk glass fount and base, polished brass mountings and applique white shade with decorative floral motif in soft muted colors. Beautifully styled, expertly strueted.. con- Hand Painted China Base TABLE LAMP Special $798 Regular $9-98 Lovely, tall china base lamps, hand painted with colorful designs, brn shapes, some mounted on sturdy brass standards. Fitted! with fine rayon shades in soft eggshell color. Wonderful in pairs on either side of your sofa. SPECIAL LAMPS . . . THIRD FLOOR Miss OraJbowski Engaged To W/ed Wajterbury Mjafo (Matthew Grabowski, 28 School street, announces the engagement and coming marriage of his sister, Wanda Marie Grabowski, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Grabowski, to Carmen Paul Calrelli, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cairelli, Waterbury. The wedding will take place Saturday morning, Nov. 26 at 9 o'clock in St. Hedwig's church. A miscelaneous shower was held recently in honor of Miss Grabow- •iki, with hostesses being. Mrs. John Fleischer, Mrs. Paul Smolinski and Mis Helen Grabowski. Among those attending were: Mrs. Vincent Cairelli, Mrs. Joseph Richard, Mrs. John Cairelli, Mrs. Fred Giambroni, Mrs. Anthony laien- noro, Mrs. S. J. Caruso, Mrs. Anthony Caruso, Mrs. A. J. Perugini, Mrs. Leo Krajewski, Mrs. John A.mbiozaitis, Mrs. Ronald Polomcki, Mrs. Raymond Schultz, Mrs. A..J. Huminski, Mrs. Michael Panlow- ski, Mrs. Anna.Banno, Mrs. Louis Lakatos, Mrs. A. J. JFederonis Mrs. Philip Rimkowski, Mrs. Eugene Korzynski, Mrs. Alex. Smolin- ska, Mrs.'Raymond Czaplicki, Mrs. Al Paiva, Mrs. U. J. Radomski, Mrs. Eugene Fortuna, Mrs. Joseph Sortino, Mrs. Edward Banatowski, Mrs. Fred Maseizik, Mrs. Anthony Grabowski, Mrs. John Grabowski, Mrs. Joseph Kenzel, Mrs. Joseph Krajewski, Jr., Mrs. Raymond Ta- moska, Mrs. Joseph Pitino, Mrs. Walter Lubowiecki, Mrs. C. A. Winslow, Mrs. D. J. Holmes, Mrs. Walter Sokolnicki, Mrs. Ludwig Dulepski, Mi's. Mary Paugas. Mrs. Richard Lakatos, Mrs. Edward Accardi, Mrs. S. J. Cable, Mrs. Frank Pochron, Mrs. T. J. Krulikowski, Mrs. Joseph Przybylowski, Mrs. Joseph Krajewski, Mrs. Stephen Przybylowski, Mrs. E. J Kisielewski, Mrs. Florence Sloboda' Mrs. Nell Brellis, Mrs. Anna Sha- mansky, Mrs. I. F. Karba, Mrs. D. L. Berger. Mrs. Joseph Tomkowicz, Mrs. Al Grella, Mrs. B. J. Kinncy, Mrs. John Rimkus, Mrs. Joseph Banno Mrs. V. D. Schaer, Mrs. P. J. Pao- iino, Mrs. Jack Ashmore, Mrs. John Kiesel, Mrs. R, J. Mangan, Mrs. Paul Sicurd, Mrs. Joseph Sokolowski, Mrs. Henry Hayden, Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Thomas Reagan Mrs. Mary Nelson, Mrs. Anna Kiely Betty Cairelli, Marie Krzykowski, Helen Krzykowski, Rose Lakatos, Heien Lakatos, Wanda Koiakowski, Henrietta Lomar., Eleanor Kutera, Phyllis Vest, Sophie Maiconioneki Rita Joyce, Ann Siernacki,, Theresa Kwasniewski, Alice Jankoski, Zita Wojtczak, Christine Gallucci, Gladys Grochol, Joanne Urabowski, Marlene Grabowski, Betty Maseizik, Dolores Rimkowski. DEED FILED A mortgage deed from Edwin March to the Naugatuck Building and Loan association, on Woodbine street property, has been filed for record in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. Blind Prodigy BLIND since birth, three-year-old Rosalie Hoffman goes through a few finger exercises for her proud father, Sidney Hoffman, after she had astounded a Brookline, Mass., audience. Her performance on the piano Is considered particularly remarkable because, unable to read music, Rosalie learned to play by listening to record" <Jntc.rnationcl) Full Line of Fresh Bakeries Every Sunrise CANDIED APPLES CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS ASSORTED ROLLS BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. S678 Open Daily 6:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. FOR DRY CLEANING and ALTERATIONS PHONE 3807 For Pick-Up Service [EMBRUSKI NORTH MAIN ST. TE1 3807 Open Frl. Till 9 Plafymdkers Hold Stepper, Meeting, Party Constitution of the Playmakers was amended last night at a meeting of the organization held in St. Michael's parish house and attend, ed by 30 members and guests. Mrs. Seymour Squires, president, conducted the business meeting, during which Mrs. Thomas Norton was appointed membership chairman, to be assisted by Mrs. Norman Wood. Mrs. Hans Griesbach was named flower and card chairman, and Mrs. Philip E. Rice, chairman of square dances. Mrs. George Williams, ticket chairman, announced subscriptions to the plays to be presented in the 1949-50 season of the Playmakers are still available, and may be obtained by telephoning her at 5202. General sale of tickets for the first production, "Heaven Can Wait," to be presented Nov. 15 and 16, will take place this first part of next month. Plans were completed for the annual Halloween Circus to be held tonight for members of St. Michael's Sunday School and children of members of the Playmakers in the parish house. Prior to the business meeting a baked ham and potluck supper was served in charge of Mrs. Chester Isbell and Mrs. Leroy Gibbs, Jr., and following the business a Halloween costume party was held, in charge of Jack Conway. Prizes were won by Warren Hess and Mrs. Griesbach, winners of games. Awards also were presented Mrs. Er'win Baummer, prettiest costume; Mrs. Norman Wood, most original; Mrs. Franklin Andrew, funniest •woman; Franklin Andrew funniest man. Cider and doughnuts were served. THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 'AGK .1 Church Helpers Fair Opens With Dessert-Bridge The annual fair sponsored by the Church Helpers of St. Michael's Episcopal church, will open with a dessert-bridge Thursday afternoon, Nov. 10 at 2 o'clock in the parish house. Mrs. Chester Isbell is chairman of the reservations and refreshments committee, assisted by Mrs. William Hill, Mrs. James Sheirik, Mrs. Harold Stinson, Mrs. Ellen Baummer, Mrs. William Leuchars, Mrs. CUeorge Currier. Those desiring; to make reservations are requested to contact a member of the comimittce. Tables and prizes are in charge of Mrs. C. Arthur Fager. Several booths will be arranged for the sale of various articles. Hebrew Women To Nominate New Officers, A nominating committee was appointed at Tuesday evening's meeting-, of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Israel to present a slate of officers at the Dec. 13 meeting of the organization in the community center. 148 Fairview avenue. The committee includes Mrs. Sidney Weiss, chairman; Mrs. Aaron Weissman, Mrs. Robert Harris and Mrs. Jules Don. Mrs. Harry Pliskin, president, conducted the business session, during which reports were given on the rummage sale and bridge party by Mrs. Leo Lieberman, treasurer. Plans were made for a pot-luck Halloween party to be held Saturday night at the center. Mrs. David Goldsmith will be in charge of the entertainment. The purchase of new chairs for the center has been undertaken as a project by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Samuel Kievman and Mrs. Morris Rosenblatt were appointed to investigate costs and other details. Mrs. Leo Lieberman, Mrs. Murray Kugell, Mrs. Goldsmith, Mrs. Hyman Alpert and Mrs. Pliskin were named a committee to arrange a New Year's Eve party. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. William Rosenblatt and Mrs. Abraham Rubin. The Perfect Gift!! 8x10 KASHMIR PORTRAIT and 12 Portraits on GREETING CARDS All for only — $3.95 THD3ODEAU STUDIO Neary Building Tel. 2342 ADVERTISED IN LIFE "Grandma Moses" Christmas Cards Other Assortments Plenty of Them Your Local HALLMARK DEALER SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 213 CHURCH STREET Naugatnck U.S. WARSHIPS RETURNED BY REDS Brownie Troop Holds Pajrty Thirty-four members of Brownk- troop. No. 58, attended a lov.-ecn party held ye.-.terd:iy .•iftor- noon in St. Michael's parish MOIJTO. under the leadership of Mrs. Hobort A. Pritt and Mrs. W.-irrcn Doolittle. Sony's \vcro sun;r and games iplaypd. Refre;.hn-.ents served included cider. doughnuts and cookie?. The- table wa.s decorated in keeping with the season. At a !>us;n».=.s meeting it was voted that merr.bers will observe Girl ScaiU Sunday. Oct. 30 by attending church services. Protestant members of the troop will attend tho 11 o'clock service at the Hillside Congregational church ,and Catholic nrcm'ierj the 8 o'clock Mass at Sh. Francis' church. Marlene Passeck. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Passeck of 40 Damson Lane, celebrated her ninth birthday this afternoon with a party at her home. Games were played and refreshments served" Guests included Susan Kinne, Linda Hubbell. Leonora Johnson. Susan Johnson. Donna Smith. Nancy Shia and Betty Ann Passeck. Funeral Da n Y k T cers aoul space in Yokosuka, Japan, following the return of nine lend- o r rr that had bocn ««>«*«» by the"swte? during teev h? r ?• A ?^° r T(bottom > look s over the returned warships aft"? they had tied up at the Japanese naval base. (International SoundUoto) Charles II. Rogers Funeral services for Charles Henry (Rogers, 76. of 43 )5tatc street, Waterbury, father of Mrs. Algol Algren. Xaugatuck. who died \csterdriy at his home will be held tomorrow morninp: at 11 o'clock at the Aldcrson Funeral Home, 70 Central avenue. Watrrbury. The Rev. Wilbur D. Cannday will officiate and buria) wjjj be in Grove Cemetery, NaiiKiituck. Friends may rail at the funeral home this evening from 7 to. 9 o'clock. 156 CHURCH \sJKM I f^ 21 SOUTH MAIN STREET ^fcM" R^^ STREET STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 Feel Better for Lessl Every Day Home Remedies at Deeper Cut-Prices! 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