Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 3, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, November 3, 1949
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Personal Mrs. Trask Heads Aid Society Evening Group An evening division of tho Aid Society of the Congregational Church was formed last night in the parish house with Mrs. Allen Trask named as chorman of an interim commiltee. The committee, which also includes Jean Grumman. Mrs. Clarence Baldwin. Mrs. William Davison and Mrs. Clifton Sherrow, will serve until January, when regular officers will be elected. A part of the regular Aid Society, the evening division will have a single president and two vice-presidents, one to serve as an executive officer of the afternoon group and on« for the evening group. The evening division will mee! the first Wednesday night of the month, and Its activities in general will parallel those of the afternoon group. The new section was organized for women of the church, who have small children and are unable to attend daytime meeting? and also for working women. Membership is now open for t h .e new group. Last night's meeting was in charge of the Rev. Willard B. Soper, minister, and Mrs. Harry Anderson. Fifty members of the society met yesterday morning and afternoon in the parish house for their regular monthly meeting, at which time Fred Ensminger, president emeritus. Southern Union College, was guest speaker and told that students from poverty stricken families in the south pay their college tuitions with preserved fruits and vegetables in many instance.!. He discussed cas'i histories of students, who came to the school with nothing but the desire to learn and who have become lawyers, doctors, ministers and members of other professions. Mr. Erisminger said that tho Alabama college is carrying on a constant battle to eliminate race prejudice In the South, and that students leave the college with a better understanding of the Negro problem. He illustrated his talk with slides showing experiments in agriculture. A sewing sesseion opened the meeting, and a covered dish lunch- con was served. Mrs. W. Glenn Kirby was in change of devotions;. Hostesses were Mrs. Clayton R. Houseknecht, chairman; Mrs. A E. Anderson, Mrs. Glenn F. Noble, Mrs. John Kazanjian, Mrs. Henry Junior Women Plan Events For Holidays Plans for the Thanksgiving and Christmas season were discussed last night at a meeting of the executive board of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club held at the home of Mrs. Edward Lowe, 9 Bradley street. Mrs. M. Francis Feeley, president, was in charge. .Mrs. Thomas Dowling. chairman of the Yulcttde formal dance, presented a progress report, and other committee chairmen submitted reports of activities. Refreshments, were served at a social hour, which followed the session. Among those" present were Mrs. Clayton Dcthlefsen, Mrs. Ann Brown. Marion Traficanti, Mrs. Dowling; Nancy Anderson, Mrs. William Yanarclla, Arlene Sullivan Mrs. Ralph Pronovost, Mildred ! v!!, Reilly, Eleanor Oemcke, Mrs. Fee- Social == •-•—==== 28 Pa/st Grands* Entertained By Rebeka/h Lodg/ Twenty-eight past noble grands of Columbian Rebekuh Lodge, IOOF, were entertained last night by officers and olher members of the lodge at a meeting in Odd Fel low? hall. The past noble grands were Introduced by Bertha Rzewuski and l>resented corsages by Mrs. Charles Robinson, noble grand. Miss Rzc- wuski and Mrs. Seth Booth were in charge of the entertainment, during which a prize was awarded Mr.". Aagc Jenson. Several readings were given by Mrs. Boolh and refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs. Elsa Kfam- petz. Past noble grands in attendance were: Mrs. Jesse Howe!], Mrs. William Titley, Mrs. Lottie Waterhouse, Mrs. Georgo Currier, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Mrs. Joseph Barralt, Mrs. Bertha Stibcr, Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers, Mrs, Ethel Wa- Fraternal ley, Mrs. Lowe and Mrs. Ernest C Erickson. To Give United Thank Offering- Mrs. George Follett, United Thank Offering treasurer of SI Michael's Episcopal Church, will join in the presentation of alms by placing money from the women of St. Michael's Church on the offertory plales at the diocesan convention of the Woman's auxiliary of the Episcopal Church Friday. Nov. 18 at Christ Church Cathedral. Hartford. Mrs. Fallen requests Jill who have not already made their All Saints' United Thank Offering to present it at a service at St. chael'si or mail it to her at home, 77 New street. Two million dollars was offered •it the general convention in San Francisco as the triennial token of thanksgiving from the women of the Episcopal Church. The money is used for salaries of women workers: restoration of buildings destroyed by war and for the construction of new institutions and churches in domestic and foreign mission fields. Justine Olson. Mrs. Clara Hall, Mrs. Bertha Huband. Mrs. Walter Long, Mrs, Herbert Fail-bank, Mrs. Aage Jensen, Mrs. Wallace Traver, Mrs. Harold Newman, Mrs. Ernest Adkins, Mrs. Albert Markey, Mrs. J. William Johnson, Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs. C. Edwin Anderson, Mrs. Chnrlos Vagi, Mrs. Marion Jennings, Mrs. Thomas Ashford, Mrs. John Monroe and Mrs. Charles Jones. 100 Attend PTA Card Party The names of those who were awarded prizes at the benefit card ;>arty, sponsored by the Central /.venue School Parent-Teacher Association Tuesday night at the school, wore announced today by Mrs. Arthur Stauffnr. chnlrninii. The event drew an attendance of 100. Funds realized go Into Ihe PTA scholarship fund. Dooi prizes were awarded Mrs. [Prancte BablritCf Miss EJ/lzabeth Mnegn, Mrs. Mary Ryblnski, Mrs. Hans GricHbach, Mrs. Rheta Monroe Lave and Mrs. Rose Manglnl. Those who received table prizes Included Mrs. Ronald Peaker, Mrs. Edna Scholfleld, Mrs, Virginia Raggo, Mrs. Frank Talevl, Mrs. Josepl- Wolcin, Mrs. James Nnr- dcllo, Mrs. Leo Brophy, Mra. George Weiss, Mrs. Manuel Alberto. Jr., Mrs. John Thibodeau, Mrs. Edward McGovern, William Conroy. Mrs. Alice Monroe, Mra. Alice McDermott,,, Mrs. Mahh Ion Sears, Mrs. Joseph Aquavla, Mrs. John Mambrino, James Moore, Mrs. Anna Wasbas, Mrs. Michael Meehan. Mrs. Joseph Adamski, Mrs. John Goggins and Mrs. Edgar Green. Mrs. Stauffer was assisted by Mrs. Sears, Mrs. Joseph Celollo, Mrs. Alberta, Mrs. Frank Pcaslec and Mrs. E. F. Easterbrooks. .Minor E. Weiss, Mrs. C. S. Austin, Mrt; Aram Barsumian and Mrs. B. W. Raap. New Salem Club Bridge Tourney A new Wednesday evening Salem club bridge tournament opened last night, with the following high scores tallied: North and south, Mrs. Henry Johnson and Mrs. Everett Rogers, 66 12; Warren Hess and Joseph Fisher, B2 1-2; Mrs. Morton Quirkc and Miss Anna Lynch, 58 1-2. East and west, Mrs. Hugh Me- Sherry and Mrs. F. W. Swenuton, 73 1-2; Miss Mildred Carlson and Mrs. John Wedermcyer, 62; Mrs. P. J. Fitzgei'ald and Ann Hogan, 59. The regular monthly meeting of the Pond Hill Community club will be held tomorrow evening at 8:30 o'clock, with Harry Monroe, president, in charge. Program for November will be announced by Mrs. Arthur Stauffer, activities chairman for the month. St. Paul's Fail- Tomorrow Nig-ht Arrangements have been completed for the Christmas fair to be held tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock in St. Paul's Lutheran Church hall, under the sponsorship of the Ladies' Aid Society of the church. Co-chairmen of the fair committee are Mrs. Elizabeth Ross and Mrs. John Ennmnll. The fair will feature booths of fancywork, knlck^nacks, food, jewelry and other items. During the evening coffee and refreshments will be served. Sodality Names New Officers 'Mary Ann Tuohy was elected president of Our Lady's Sodality of St. Francis' church at a recent meeting held in Columbus hall. Other officers named are: Joan 'Sulllvarj, vice-president; Eileen Phillips, secretary; Wil'ima Weaving, treasurer. Tickets have been distributed for the annual Thanksgiving dance to be held in Columbus hall Wednesday evening, Nov. 23. for yourself why this is America's Favorite Suit] tailored by Daroff EXAMINE THIS WONDERFUL men's clothing. Take it in your hands and feel the luxurious 100% vir-] i gin worsted two-ply fabric. Try it on and see what , * • • it does for your appearance.Wear it and /earn that;! it's as loyal in service and durability as it is hand-' some in looks and fashion.This great combination' j of superlative fabrics and superior tailoring has accomplished wonders for you.'And the biggert wonder of all is the fact that all this is yours at only' THE FABRIC IS THS SOUL OF TH£ SUIT FAMOUS BRANDS IN BREEN'S MEN'S SHOP INCLUDE Manhattan Shirts and Ties — Van Heusen Shirts — Stetson Hats — Holeproof Hosiery Florsheim Shoes — Hicock Jewelry — Fownes Gloves—Strook Suits and Goats Gorden Munsingwear Underwear. «iucu, BREEN'S MEN'S SHOP Legion; Women, To Contribute/ To Gift Shop A Christmas gift shop will be conducted at Newlngton and Rocky Hill Veterans hospital!! again this year, according to an announcement made by Miss Gertrude Oemcke, rehabilitation chairman of the Ladies' auxiliary of Naugatuck American Legion post, No. 17, laat night at a mcet- .ing of the group. Gifts will be sent from all units In the department and placed to gether in auditoriums of the hos .pitals, where vnterans may select ns 'many gifts as they desire toi members of their families. The program has been conducted for many years, and Ihe local auxiliary feels the shqp helps to nake the holiday season htipploi ';• hospitalized veterans. All vet- •ans in hospitals throughout the country are remembered durlnr 'he holidays. ' Many residents of the borough not members of the Legion auxiliary, have asked about'donations and these will be gratefully accept ed by Miss Oemcke. who should be contacted before Nov. 16, as a! gifts must in hospitals by Dec .1 The chairman may bo reached by telephoning 2478. At last night's meeting. con ducted by Miss Dorothy M Broder, president, final arrange ments were discussed for a des sen-bridge to he hnld Thursday evening, Nov. 10, with Miss Anna Nokle as chairman. The Dublin invited. ' . A testimonial dinner will be htld Thursday evening, Nov 17 for District Commander John Mul Hgan of Merlden and Dlstrlc President Edna Coughlln of West vine at 7 o'clock In the Town House, New Haven. Those plan ning to attend are requested t. telephone the secretary 2619 Th next district meeting will bn' hcl, Wednmday evening, Nov. 9 at th •New Haven post, Nb, 47 head quarters. A Halloween party was held af ter the mectnig, with prizes helm awarded Mrs. Charles Welch, Mis Nolde, Mrs. Edward Wilcox an< Mrs. Mary Raytkwich. Hostesse were Miss Frances Brnzicl, Mis Nolde. co-chairmen; Miss Oemck Mrs. Welch and Mtes Brodcr. Personal- A meeting of Alpha Tri-HI-Y wl be held tonight at, 7:30 o'clock i, the YMCA, with Ann Kopp presid ing. Following the business SUB slon members will witness an nqui snow at the Y pool. Borough Man Wed Saturday Mian Rolando Dcancl|?«« Cham- I)fif,'nc, Waterbury daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Antonio Champagne, Ter- yvillc, and Walter Mychaskiw. son f Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mychaa- Ivv, 31 Union Rtrcct, were married alurday in a ceremony performed y the Rev. Stanley Haatillo. Mrs. Kenneth Winchester. Salem, was matron of honor for her sister, ind bridesmaids wore Stella My- haskiw, a sister of the bridegroom, ind Helen St. Genmiine. Edward Hychaskiw servod as his brother's jest man, and ushering were Mar- .el Champagne, brother of the bride, .nd William Divino. Sheila Gahan Lnd Leo Graham acted as flower rlrl and ring bearer. The bride wore a white satin rown with fingertip vei! attached o a jeweled crown and carried a :ascadc bouquet. Following the ceremony a reception was held at Wiggins Inn, Thomaston, after which ho. couple* left on a wedding trip o New York and Pennsylvania. The bride is a graduate of Wa- erbury Catholic High school, and Hr. Mychasklw graduated from Naugatuclt High school and is employed at the Waterbury Companies The couple will reside at 1819 Thorn- iston avenue. Waterbury. NAUC.ATUCK NKWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, .NOV. 3. I'ACJK 3 Marriage intentions have bee filed in the office of Town Cler; Raymond J. St. John by Wand Marie Grabowskl, 28 School streo and Carmen Paul Calrelll, Water bury, who plan to be married No 26 in St. Hedwig's church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rado, 8 Cocn street, have returned to thel home after a three months tour o Italy, where they visited Rome Naplo.s, Isle of Capri, Ruotl an other places. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kellcy , Hillside avenue have had as the! recent guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Slnon of Bridgeport. William Pord, Naugatuck, wi servo as one of t&s masters t RcrnmorricH at the annual froshmti reception of the University of Cor noctlcut college of pharmacy, No' Haven, tomorrow evening in th New Haven Lawn club. Clubwomen To Hear Violinist David Brown, violinist, son of 'Jlr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of North Church street, and a graduate of Yale School of Music, will present a program at a meeting of the Naugatuck Woman's club Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in St. Michael's parish house. Mr. Brown will be accompanied by Lee Howard of the Yale School of Music. Organist and choir director of St. Michael's Episcopal church, Mr. Brown has appeared in concerts In the borough. He recently organized the Naugatuck String Orchestra. A brief business meeting will be conducted by Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president. Guild To Hear Miss Hoadley Miss Luoinda Ho::dlcy will be guest speaker at a meeting of St. Michael's Guild Monday evening 1 in the parish house. She will talk about, the North Dakota Indians. The .session will open with a potluck supper at f,:30 o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mildred Hair, chairman; Mrs. Herbrct Fairbank Mrs. Car! Anderson. Mrs. Kmmfc Swanson and Miss Edna Schocck. The business meeting will be in charge of Mr.«. G. Foster Gamblo, president. Members bringing guesls are requested to contact Mrs. Hnir. Wedding Slated For Saturday A wedding of local interest will ;ake place Saturday morning in the Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, at 10 o'clock, when Alice M. Fitzgerald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Fitzgerald, Ansonia, will become the bride of Joseph S. Betkoski, son of John Betkoski, Bethany road, Beacon Falls, and the late Mrs. Betkoski. Need Two-Cent Stamp On Unsealed Mail A number of inquiries have been received at the Nauatuck Post Office concerning the amount of postage required on unsealed greeting' cards, Postmaster Frank T. Green said today. Mr. Green stated that all unsealed pieces of mail now require two-cent stamps, instead of one and one-half as in the This includes not only Christmas ',-ards, but cards of all types, he said. Miss Shirley Bowers, Hillside avenue, has been visiting Miss. Jean Coffcy in Winchester. 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