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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 9

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, October 29, 1949
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Social-Personal Fraternal 150 Attend Pond Hill Community Club Party More than 150 attended the Halloween party and dance, sponsored by the Pond Hill Community Club at the club center Saturday night. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Manuel Pierra Tor the nicest looking costume, a Portuguese dress; Mrs. Joseph Adamski, the funniest; and JoAnne Aquavia, for the most original. Franklin Farrell of Waterbury was another prize winner. Door prizes were awarded Mr. and Mrs. Athlem Peek and Anthony Sagnel- 11 of Prospect. Prizes were donated by Mrs. Harry Monroe, and a local super market. Prizes at the Children's party went to Susan Gagnon and Eleanor Carriero. Mrs. Arthur Stauffer and Mrs. Peter Moeckel were in charge of the party, attended by 32 children. Music was furnished by Harry Monroe, Arthur Carriero, Peter Moeckel. Hattie Kolodziej and Anthony Sagnelli. Arthur Stauffer served as master of ceremonies. The entire event was arranged by Mrs. Moeckel, chairman of activities for October and her committee. Miscellaneous Shower Guest Mrs. Peter Volage and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Pleasant avenue wer£ hostesses at a miscellaneous shower held recently in honor of Miss Genevieve Rapieff, who will be married Nov. 22 to James Fenton. Among those attending were: Mrs. John Urgitis, Mrs. John An- 'derson, Mrs. Rudolph Anderson, Mrs. William Kelley, Airs. Catherine Lafferty, Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Mrs. Kenneth Rapieff, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Mrs. William Fenton, Mrs. Gustav Bertelson, Mrs. Andrew Anderson, Mrs. Wilfred Davis, Mrs. Roger Kelly. Mrs, Richard EapiefH Mrs. James Moore. (Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mrs. Hary Fenton, Mrs. William Davis, ^Mrs. William Hanloy, Mrs. Charles BiiKs,, Mrs. Howard Hubbell, Mrs. David 'Nelson, Mrs William Mariano,- Mrs. Frank Mariano, Gtnevieve Martino, Gertrude Feeley. "Keepsake Calendars," featuring- photographic records of'the Methodist church and listing birth- datea of parishioners, will be available at the annual Methodist Church Fair Thursday and Friday evening at the church basement. The souvenir calwidars are in charge of John Thibodeau. Mrs. Watson Freeman, who has been visiting Mrs. Mary Johnson on Bethany road, has returned to her home in Newark. N J A meeting of the Past Pocahontas Club of Ramona Council Degree of Pocahontas, will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Fred B Tuthill 136 High street. PMHMORMS New Treatment Gets Real Results of Pin- lor ! *-W Si for Kn-Wm.1 WS OS Plans Supper, Bajkery Sale Final plans for participation in the country fair to be held Thursday and Friday in the Met v ,od:st church hall were made at » recent. meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service, at which 32 members were present. The society will serve a turkey dinner Thursday from 5 to 7 o'clock in conjunction with the fair, and Friday starting in the afternoon at 1 o'clock, the organization will sponsor a bakery sale at the fair. A special service held at the meeting was in charge of Mrs Matthew H. Gates. The offer-ins received will be used in home and foreign missions. Missionary work in Alaska wa,s discussed by Mrs. Nellie Lawton- Japan and Korea, Mrs. Francis Zettlemoyer; Philippine Islands Mrer. Donald Umlauf; Knoxville'. Tenn.. Mrs. Fred Mowrey. Vocal soloists were Miss Ida Sehooley and Mrs. Harold Werner. A luncheon was served by Mrs. Gates, Mrs. George Bel! and Mrs. Ernest Adkins. Farewell Painty Guest Of Hb Priscilla Brigham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brigham, was guest of honor at a going-away party Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brenker, North Hoadley street. The Brighams are moving to Boston Nov. 15. The children were dressed in Halloween costumes and refreshments were served outside. Pictures were taken, and Priscilla was presented a scrap book and photo album, containing pictures of all the children present. Later movies were shown in the house. Those present included Priscilla and Martha Brigham, Patricia Robert and Harry Brenker, Peter and Vera Kahan, Ellen McNeally, Moira Kinne, George Hisert, Jr., Michael Chiavetta, Sharon Johnson, Judith and Ellen Mariano, Monica and Maureen McNellis, Carol and Lois Schildgen. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Oefinger of San Mateo, Calif., who . have been visiting relatives in Naugatuck, are now visiting relatives in Meriden, from which place they will go to New York before flying to California. Mr. and Mrs Harry Monroe of Wooster street had as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Laramie of Scarsdale, N. Y. Kenneth Moeckel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moeckel of New Haven road, attended the State Music Festival at Bushnell hall, Hartford, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton W. Bristol have returned to their home here from a vacation in Atlantic City, N. J.. where they were registered at Haddon Hall. The Rev. O.H. Bertram, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, performed the rites of installation of the Rev. Paul Woy as pastor of St. John's Lutheran church, Middletown, yesterday. The installation sermon was delivered by the Rev. John Leininger of Woodside, Long Island, N. Y. Mrs. Harold F. West, Naugatuck, is serving as president of the Waterbury Dental Assistants association, for a one-year term. NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON ! TO KEEP YOU LOOKING YOUR BEST! Norman's Complete Beauty Care at Your Service Better permanent waves, expert manicures, careful contour hair cuts, hair treatments, skin care ... all are fea- • tures of a beauty salon that operates to please you and keep you looking your best! Call 5522 for an appointment . . . Open Mon. Thru Sat. 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Fri. Nite Till 9 P. M. Phone 5522 Norman's Beauty Salon 87 Maple St. DAR Luncheon/ Reservation^ Asked By Wed. Reservations for the annual luncheon of Sarah Rogers chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, should be made not later than Wednesday with Mrs. Harry Anderson, regent. The luncheon will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the Salem Lutheran church*, hall. Ruest spelker will be Alfred Dillistcr, a writer for the past three years on The Lure of the Litchfield Hills. Speaking on the topic, Connecticut Iron Contributions to Freedom's Cause, Mr. Dillister will relate human interest stories of people residing in Connecticut's old mining towns. He win also exhibit three oil landscape paintings and old relics. Party Held By' Church Group; A Halloween party was held recently by the Children of Mary Sodality of St. Hedwig's Church, at the home of Lorraine Wisinski, 152 Park avenue, chairman of the social committee. Mrs.'Julie Wisinski ( was hostess. Games were played and a buffet luncheon served. Among those attending were: Eleanor Ruszczyk, Florence Rykowski, Ramona Novak, Elaine Biscoe. Dolores Bigert, Helen Pur- koski, Hedwig Hi-ynkiewicz, Dolores Rimkoski, Genevieve Buraczewski, Theresa Borusiewicz, Barbara Krykoski, Dorothy Laguna. PTA Card Party Tomorrow Night 'A public card party for the benefit of the scholarship fund will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at Central Avenue School, sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs Arthur Stauffer, chairman of the ways and means committee, is in charge. There will be table and door prizes and refreshments will be served. There will be no meeting tonight of St. Michael's Guild. The next mesting will be held Nov. 7 and will open with a pot-luck supper in the parish house. Naugatuck Chemical Official To Speak At Y'slen's Event Dr. W. F. Tuley, assistant development manager of the Naugatuck Chemical, will be guest speaker at a guest night meeting of the Naugatuck Y's Men's club, tomorrow evening at 6:30 o'clock in the YMCA cafeteria. Dr .Tuley will speak of his tour of Europe of a year ago. At that time he vistied Scotland, England. Sweden, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy and other European countries. He will discuss conditions in the countries, illustrating his talk with colored slides. Pretty Contrast 1242 PATTERN 1905 Wear this stunning yoked frock on those occasions when you want to impress your audience.' Face- flattering contrast is used for the yoke and sleeves, front closing is edged in neat scallops. Barg-ara Bell sew-rite perforated Pattern No. 1905 is for sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, 4 3-8 yards of 39-inch; 3-4 yard contrast. For this pattern, send 25 cunts, in coins, your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara Bell. Naugatuck Daily News, P. O. Box 99, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. tReady for you now—the Fall and Winter STYLIST. 64 pages of bright new ideas for every home sewer. Free slipper pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) LEGLESS GIRL RETURNS TO SCHOOL STRUCK BY A SPEEDBOAT which severed both her feet while she was bath- Ing in Lake Tahoe, Calif., plucky Imogene Wittsche, 14, returns to her studies in the Roseville Joint Union High School, near Sacramento, Automobile dealer Phil Davis, Oakland, Calif, was convicted of neg- Ueence in the accident and will be sentenced on Nov. 7. (International) Large Attendance At Holy Hour Rites In Saint Hedwig's A Holy Hour, in " observance . of the Feast of Christ the King-, was held last evening in St. Hedwig's Church and largely attended by delegations of the Naugatuck and Waterbury Fourth Degree Assemblies, Knights of Columbus in full regalia, the fire and police departments, Gold" Star post, Catholic War Veterans, and members of other Catholic churches in Naugatuck, Beacon Falls and Waterbury. The hour long adoration of the Blessed Sacrament was arranged by the Fourth Degree Assembly of Ojeda Council, Knights of Columbus. The police delegation was in charge of Chief John J. Gormley, and that of the fire department by Herbert Cockcroft. Chris Owens eras marshal for the Fourth Degree Assemblies. Sermons were delivered by the Rev. Stanley Hastillo, faithful friar of the Assembly. Appropriate hymns were rendered by St. Hedwig's choir, under the direction of Felix Zembruski. Mrs. Theresa Soliwocki presided at the organ. The service also consisted of the rosary, litany and the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament TRY EVACUATION , Hong Kong — Chinese Commun- '.st troops are reported within seven miles of cutting off the base of Lu^how peninsula, some 200 miles southwest of Canton. Thousands of Nationalist troops are trying to evacuate the peninsula by sea. Santa Pack Preview Funerals Francis E. Bowling Military funeral services for Franis E. Dowling, 80, of Lewis street, \ veteran of World War I, were ield this morning from the C. H. Green Funeral Home to St. Fran- Jis' Church where a solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated t 9 o'clock by the Rev. George Sunn. The Rev. Arthur Taylor was deacon and the Rev. Paul F. Keat- ng, pastor, was sub-deacon. Seated the sanctuary were the 'Rev. Edward Morrison of Waterbury and he Rev. Jerome Cooke of Beacon Falls. Mrs. Albertine O'Donnell was the organist and soloists were Mrs. James Farrar and Daniel Sweeney. They rendered Pie Jesu at the offertory, The Star Spangled Banner at the close of Mass and One Sweetly, Solemn Thought at the recessional. Bearers were Harold Dowling, Thomas Dowling, James Hennessey, Edward Hennessey, William Baukat, Jr., a nd John Baukat, all nephews. Burial was n St. James' Cemetery, with prayers at the grave by Father Morrison and Father Dunn. Military arrangements by Cru- Sader' Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, were in charge of Commander William Gerber. Color bearers •were John Wood and Leonard Mangini and color guards were Raymond Baker and Edward Dillon. The firing squad, in charge of Thomas Weaving, consisted of Vincent Christello, Lawrence Sig- etti, John Kelley, Frank Bernaitis, John McDermott, and Frank Wysocki. Austin Phillips was bugler. Honorary bearers were H. T Sodloski, Arthur Holmes, Edward Zwyno, Andrew Radwick, Edwarc Skipp and William Penikas. Raymond C. Wooster represented Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League, and Henry C. Rack and Frank Wysocki represented Gold Star Post, Catholic War Vet erans. Mrs. Lena Carlson Private funeral services for Mrs Lena Carlson, 77, a native of Swe den who had made her home here for more than 50 years, will be held today at the Alderson Funeral home, 201 Meadow street. Burla will be in Grove Cemetery. Mrs Carlson died Thursday night after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Ivy Schmohl Funeral services for Mrs. Ivy Schmohl, 22 Oak street, mothe: of Mrs. Lester (Michael) Murray who died, at her home Thursday were held today at the Redmond Funeral Home, Williamsport, Pa. Burialwas in East Wildwoqd Ceme tery, Williamsport. Mrs. Schmohl a native of Williamsport, had been a resident here for the past three years. A PREVIEW of what Santa Claus will carry in his pack this Christmas opened at the American Toy Institute in New York, when samples of some $300,000,000 worth of toys went on display. One of the novel toy outfits is demonstrated by Russell Ehasz, playing the role of doctor, and Barbara Bishop, who is his nurse. (International) MYSTERY PLANE Cairo — Reports reaching- Cairo say a so-called Russian mystery plane made a forced landing in the Mediterranean near the town of Tohruk, over the week-end. But British and Egyptian planes and ships sent to rescue the three crewmen aboard found no trace of the plane. puw-wtst silhouettes Norwash :SHOE STORE 209 CHURCH ST NEARY BLDG. NAUGATUCK ELECTED Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 31— (UP)— A Woodstock, Conn., man has been elected to the executive cooncil of the United World Federalists. He is George Holt, president of the Connecticut branch of the Federal- __NAUGATUCK NEWS (OQNN.), MONDAY, OCT. SI, 1948—PAGE S —Church Notes— St. Mary's Today is the Vigil of All Saints. Masses were held this morning at 5 and 7:30 o'clock, with Holy Communion being distributed at 7. Confessions will be heard this afternoon and evening at 4 and 7 'clock. At 7:30 o'clock this eve- ling there will be' Novena devo- ions to Our Lady of the Miracu- ous Medal, coupled with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Tomorrow, is the Feast of All Saints. Masses will be at 5, 7, 8 and 9 o'clock. Forty Hours Devotions, which began yesterday at the 11 o'clock Mass, will end tomorrow morning at the 7 o'clock Mass. At 8 o'clock tomorrow evening, there will be a meeting of the Holy Name Society. Wednesday is the Feast ot All Souls. Masses will be at 5, 7 and 7:30 o'clock. At 8 o'clock there will be a high Mass for departed members of the parish. The Altar Society will hold a pot luck supper and Halloween party at 8 o'clock in the evening. Thursday afternoon and evening, at 4 and 7 o'clock, confessions will be heard. At 7:30 o'cjock in the evening, the regular weekly parish entertainment will be held in the church basement. Friday is the first Friday of the month. Masses will be at 5 and 7:30 o'clock, with Holy Communion to be distributed at 7 o'clock St. Hedwig's This evening at 7 o'clock there will be a meeting of the CYO. Tomorrow is the Feast of Al Saints. Masses will be at 5, 7, 8 am t o'clock. Devotions will be held tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock After devotions, confessions will b« heard. Wednesday Is the Feast of Al Souls. Masses will be at 5, 5-30 6 6:30, 7, 7:30 8 8:30 and 9| o'clock.' Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock there will be religious instruction! for the public school children From 4) to 5:30 o'clock in the after noon and from 7 to 8:30 o'clock in the evening confessions will be heard. Friday is the first Friday of the month. Masses will be at 7, 7:31 ind 8 o'clock. Holy Communion wil be distributed at 5:30 and before 1 o'clock Mass. Benediction and de votions to the Sacred Heart will b< held Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock St. Francis' This evening at 7 o'clock there will be a meeting of the CYO. A 7:30 o'clock, confessions will be heard. Tomorrow is the Feast of Al Saints, an holy day of obligation. Masses will be at 5:15, 6:30, 7:30 and 9 o'clock. Wednesday is the Feast of All iouls. Masses will be at 5:15, :30, 7:30. A solemn high Mass will e held at 9 o'clock. In the evening, at 6:45 o'clock, there will be rehearsal of the junior choir. The senior choir will rehearse at 8 o'clock. Thursday morning at 8 o'clock hire will be a month's mind Masp 'or John Baukas. Confessions will be heard in the afternoon at 4- o'clock and in the evening, at 7 o'clock. Friday is the first Friday .of the month. Masses will be held at 5:30. 6:30 and 7:30 o'clock. At7:30o'clock there will be a 10th anniversary requiem high Mass for Antoinette Spadola. Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be a month's mind Hau for Mrs. Loretta Meyer. At 8 o'clock there will be a first anniversary requiem high Mass for Mrs. Nellie Leary. Starting next Sunday evening-, a triduum in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus will be held. The Rev. John Galvin, a Jesuit Father, will conduct. All members of the parish are urged to attend. BANK ALARM Farmington, Oct. 31—(UP)—A burglar alarm rang in the Farmington Savings Bank late last night, but police can find no evidence of a break. The bank guard says he thinks the alarm was set off by a short circuit or a defect in the equipment. ists. BEHT A CUTAWAY FOB THAT nPOBTAVT ETKfT! ff« C»» Fit . HOM Toe B»» . IMBIMBO'S PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS Should Be Ordered NOW! Every Year Hundreds of People are Disappointed Because They Waited TOO LONG! PLEASE Order Now! Better for YOU—Us, too! Your Year 'Round Card Dealer SWEENEY'S AST and 8TATIONEBY B T 0 E E 213 Church St. Naugatuck Extra gv«*r« of •rear /«•**•*• thank* t* ADD-A-\EAR HEMS* Some little girls grow toll in a hurry . . . like Alice in Wonderland, who dronk o magtc potion. 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