Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 2, 1949 · Page 3
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Personal Social Fraternal Kennedy Circle Installation* Last Evening: Mrs. other James Pettit, regent, and recently elected associate officers of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, were installed in impressive ceremonies by \Miss Esther Cranker. of New London, National Regent, last night at the Hotel Elton. Waterbury. The officers were presented for installation by Mrs. Lawrence Sigetti of Naugatuck. Speakers included the *lev. Georjre Vilciauskas, assistant pastor of St. Mary's church; the Rev. Albert Taylor, circle chaplain, and assistant pastor of St. Francis' church, and the Rev Stanley Hastillo. assistant pastor ,ot St. Hed- •w-ig's church, whose theme was "Tou Can Change the World." Mrs. Oliver Lorson, past worthy regent and Miss Mary Connors, of Southington. National Chancellor also spoke briefly, as did Mrs! Bea Mackin. past worthy regent. Another state officer present was Miss Bertha Bacas, of New London, state marshal. Mrs Arthur Calder was soloist. Officers in=tal!ed included Mrs Pettit, regent; Mrs. Conleth Kiernan. vice -regent: Mrs. Rose Beardsley. financial secretary- Mrs. Jeanette Klefndan/ recording secretary. s Mrs. John Malik, treasurer; Mrs Stephen Kecskes, scribe; Mrs. Fred Ardry, custodian; Mrs. Paul Clisham. chancellor; MrsC. Robert I»or- son, banner -bearer; Mri:i James' Kennedy, monitor; Mja. John Barna, inner. guawj; M*».,Cath£tine Pichulo, outer' guard^*Mrs.''N(Jra Curtln. first guide; Mrs. Howard Bretman, second guide; Miss Angeline Mariano, orggmist; trustees Mrs. Edward WllHains, two yeirs; Mrs. Oscar Wirth and Mrs. Bernard Sullivan, both for one year. Following the banquet, installation ceremonies • and talks, there, 1 lias. Beacon Fa/lls/ Resident Wed In Ansonia The marriage of Alice M. Fitzger aid. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Fitzgerald, Ansonia, and Joseph S. Betkoski, son of John Betkoski, Bethany road. Beacon Falls, and the late Mrs. Betkoski, took place Saturday morning in the Church of the Assumption, Ansonia. The Rev. William Mahoney, cousin of the bride, performed the ceremony, before an altar decorated with deep pink chrysanthemums. The bride was attired in a princess style gown of white skinner satin, fashioned with a high neckline, small petal collar, three-quarter dolman sleeves, full gored skirt accented in back by a large bustle. Her French illusion veil fell from a scalloped cap of heirloom Brussels lace, and she wore matching- lace mitts. Her bouquet was of Easter lilies and stephanotis. The maid of honor. Eileen C. Fitzgerald, sister of the bride, wore a gown of white clairanese, mandarin style with fitted bodice, pleated cap sleeves, full gored skirt which had unpressed pleats at either side of back. She wore an open crown picture hat of matching material trimmed with flamingo ostrich tips and carried a colonial bouquet. Charles Betkoski served as his brother's best man. Miss Anna Ignace presided at the organ, and soloist, E. J, Tottenham rendered Mother at Thy Feet I'm Kneeling, Ave Maria, Panis Angelicus and Because. A wedding breakfast was served at Green Acres, Seymour, with the bride's mother receiving in a dark green crepe dress, matching hat with varigated plume and corsage of yellow «hrysanthemums. Miss Jane Betkoski. sister of the bridegroom, wore a plum suit, black velvet hat and corsage of pink camel- Recently Married was group singing. Mrs. William Fleming was mistress of ceremonies. The event was arranged by Mrs. Kiernan, ' Mrs. Wirth, Mrs. Sullivan and Mrs. Malik. ....-;.- Entertajins At Holiday Party A Halloween party*was held at the home of Joan Ann Verceski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Verceski. 123 GoTdeh H1H street, Monday evening, -with 12 attending. Games were played .and refreshments served. ' • Attending were: Helena Magas, Barbara Vaiskauskas. Frances Beadier, Patricia Bradley, Virginia Miss Ruth Yusaitis, R. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yusaitis, 230- May street, began studies today at the K"or-vvegian-A.merican school of anesthesiology, Chicago,-111. For- Wood, George Petro, Fred Bulkier,- -merly associated with St. Francis' hospital, _Hartford, she is a graduate of St. Joseph's college, Hartford. John Mezzio. William Cardinal, James Flemming, Robert Karbc- -wicz and Miss Verceski. The bride, a graduate of Ansonia High school and Coady's Elm City Beauty academy, is employed in Naugatuck. Mr. Betkoski graduated from Naugatuck High school and is a member of the board of tax review in Baacon Falls. He is in the dairy business. The couple left by car for a wedding trip through the southern states., the bride traveling in a tan sharkskin suit, brown accessories and orchid corsage. Upon their return they will be at home after Dec. 1 on Blackberry Hill, Beacon Falls. Sterling Photo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. 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Committee members, -in addition to Mrs. Nelson and Miss Mowrey are Dorothy Powell, Mary Emerson, Arleen Brown and Pearl Adkins. The public is invited. Birthday Party Guest OJF Hbnor t A party was held recently in honor of Gerald Wooster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Wooster of Wooster street, who celebrated his ninth birthday. Mrs. Wooster was assisted by Mrs. Irving Dwy and Mrs. Joseph Durette. Games were played and a buffet luncheon served. The honored guest received many gifts. Among those attending were: William and Annis Feltman, Robin, Carol and Russell Dwy, Jack Karbowicz, John Kolodjiez, Joel and Don Durette, Nicholas and Samuel Kosko, Peter and Elaine Rybinski, Floyd and Gerald Wooster. Personal- Marriage Intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Paul Kunkel, 19 Phoenix avenue, and Erma Fairchild, 95 Gorman street, who plan to be married Nov. 26 in the Congregational Church. A Halloween party was held recently by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller, 8 Cliff street. A luncheon was served. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Earl Cooper and Otto Miller. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Sandbloom, Mr. and Mrs. Olto Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Twitchell, Mrs. Edward Anderson and son, Buddy. Mrs. Isabel Fravel, 343 Spring SI., celebrated a birthday yesterday. 30 Laid Off By Candy Company Although reports of a layoff of personnel at the Peter Paul, Inc., were denied last Saturday morning by an official of the plant, the weekly report of the State Labor Department today states that "In the Waterbury area a candy firm laid off 30." Lodge Honors, Past Past Noble Grands ot Columbian Rebekah Lodge, No. 35, IOOP, will be entertained tonight at a meeting of the lodge at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows Hall. Mrs. Charles Robinson, noble grand, will be in charge of Ihe session. Refreshments will be served by a committee headed by Mrs. Klsa Krampetz.. Entertainment will be in Charge of Mrs. Seth Booth and Miss Bertha Rzewuski. Members of the local Past Noble Grands Club entertained recently by that of Winona Rebekah Lodge, Waterbury, were: Mrs. J. William Johnson, district deputy president; Mrs. William Titley, Mrs. Wallace Traver, Mrs. Bertha Huband, Mrs. Ernest Adkins, Mrs. Justine Olson. Mrs. Bertha Stiber, Mrs. Ethel Waterhouge, Mrs. Henry Voegeli, Mrs., Lottie Waterhouse, Mrs. Aage Jensen, Mrs. Marguerite Williams, Mrs. Joseph Barratl, Mrs. Albert Markey, Mrs; Jesse Barratt, Mrs. C. Edwin Anderson, Mrs. Thomas Ashford, Mrs. Charles Jones, Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs. Harold Newman, Mrs. Herbert Fairbank, Mrs. George Hall, Mrs. Jesse Howell, Mrs. George Currier, Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers, Mrs. Russell A. Weaving, Mrs. John Monroe, Mrs. Marion Jennings, Mrs. Charles Vagt. Virginia Quirke and Charlotte O'Connor, both of Naugatuck, are members of the Drama Club of the New Haven State Teachers College. The club has chosen for its first production this year, rJenny Kissed Me," which will be presented Dec. 8 and 9. CLEAR AS NEW CRYSTAL! All sizes, shapes and kinds of crystals for all types of watches. Sehpero'a will replace old crystals quickly and 1 at a moderate cost. William Schpero 162 Church Street NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, IMS—I'AOK 3 Annual Council Parley Slated More than 1,000 members of the Connecticut Council of Catholic Women and its affiliated organizations are expected to attend the high Mass at St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hartford, Saturday morning at 11 o'clock, opening the annual meeting of the slate council. Miss Frances Cuddy, president of the Naugatuck council, will serve as a hostess at the meeting. A luncheon will follow the Mass, wilh guest speaker to be the Most Rev. Henry J. O'Brien, bishop of Hartford. Three workshops will be held at 2:45 o'clock. Joan Tracy of Naugatuck, a student at St. Joseph College, will serve as an usher. 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