Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 4, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, November 4, 1949
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Social-Personal Fraternal Local Resident Wed Saturday Miss Mary Eleanor Coppola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Coppola, Waterbury and William Michael Fleming, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming. Sheffield Lne, were married Saturday in Our Lady of Mount Carmel church, Waterbury. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Patrick Flynn. Miss Phyllis rfiVito was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Dolores Coppola, sister of the bride: Mrs. Virginia Soden, sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. Jeffrey Bernier. cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Robert Cekauskas. James Maxwell was best man and ushers were Paul and Donald Oliver, brothers of the bride; Donald Fleming, cousin of the bridegroom, and George DeMatteia. The bride wore a white duchesse satin gown, fingertip veil caught to a crown of seed pearls and carried a bouquet of Eucharis lilies. The rnaid of honor was attired in an American Beauty duchess satin gown and the bridesmaids in aqua duchess satin gowns. All wore matching mitts and picture hats and carried cascade bouquets. Miss Theresa Tremorglia was soloist. A wedding breakfast in the Crystal Lounge. Waterbury, was followed by a reception for 200, with out-of-town guests from .New Hampshire, New York, Danbury. Long Island. Brooklyn. N. Y.,' Torrington, Winsted and Naugatuck. The bride's mother received in a turquoise dress, black accessories and orchid corsage, and the bridegroom's mother in a cinnamon brown crepe dress, pink and black accessories and orchid corsage. When the couple left on a wedding trip the bride wore a burgundy ensemble. The brid« is a graduate of Wilby High school, and the bridegroom attended Naugatuck High school, is a World War II veteran and employed at the U. S. Rubber Co. Alembic Assn. Fashion Show, Dessert-Bridge The unnutil fashion show and dessert-bridge, sponsored by the Alerr.'bic association of the Naugatuck Chemical, will be held Friday evening. Nov. 11 at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall. Styles will be modeled by Naugatuck Chemical employes, :md models from New York will ,-:how the latest in lingerie and foundation garments They will bo accompanied by their professional advisor on correct garment wear. The committee in charge of arrangements • includes: Mary Mick- nalt, chairman; Hodwig- Maltov- -ski. Marie MarrcMlo, Sura Emory, Virginia Scovell and Helen Sulor! Birthday Party Guest Of Honor Vera Kahan, who celebrated her seventh birthday Wednesday, was truest of honor at a birthday party tit the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Knhan, 333 North Hnmlley .street. There wero names, refreshments and other activities. Vera received man'y gifts. Guests included Michele Howard, Jeanne and Marilyn Lehman, Robin Spcarin, Ellen Sunbury, Pricilla Brigham. Judith Mariano, Sharon Johnson, Moira Kinne. Peter and Vera Kahan. and Patti Brenker. Salem Club' Bridge Scores ' Scores in the now Thursday evening Salem club bridge tournament, •vere announced today .as follows: North and south, Mrs. Arvid An- lerson and Mrs. Norris SAjlletl, substitutes. 78: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Howard, 66 1-2; Mrs. Martin Lynn and IMr.3. Edmund Hess. 57- 1-2. East and west. Mrs. Irving Cutting and Mrs. James Kissane, 08; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fowler, 66; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Becker. 65. Housewarmling- Party Held A housewarming party was held last night in honor of iMr. and IMrs, Alfred T. Happy at their now home in Mlllville. They received many gifts. Among those attending were: Catherine Grin, Vivian Barratt, f.'athorine Griflln, Vivinn Barratt, Charles Fellows, Jr., Mr. and Mrw. •Peter Quinn. Dorothy Almquist, ftolla Smith, Muriel L o n g o, Madelyn Thurston, Joan Happy. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quinn, Mr. and IMrs. Ralph Quinn, Donald Quinn. Thomas Quinn, Mr. find Mra. William Oarflold, Mrs:. Joseph Happy, Mr. rind Mrs. Donald FellowB, William II.-i,p;;y. Shir- Icy, Richard and Dorothy Tuckey. Church Helpers Meet Wednesday Final plans for the annual fall fair of the Church Helpers of St. Michael's church will 1 be discussed ut the regular monthly meeling of tht> organisation Wednesday afternoon, Nov. fl at 2:30 o'clock in the tiarlsh house. A covered-dish luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock prior to the business meeting. The fair will bo held Thursday and Friday, Nov. 30 and 11 in the parish house. Booths will be constructed Wednesday morning and decorated In the afternoon. Mrs. Chester Isbcl', (president, requests' all members attend and assist with the work. The fair opens Thursday noon. After Naming The Wedding Day MKET TONIGHT The regular serni-monthly meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League will be held this evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Mildred Woos- ter.p resident, will preside. Threo makes :i happy crowd, us proved | >v vice President Alben Bark- li'.y, Mr«. Curlctoii S. Mailli-y and hor <li»u (filter, ,Tiine, 11, after the couple aniiniiiiri-d they would be married in St. Louis on November 18th Ilurkley, 71, and the widowed Mrn. lladlcy, 38, have been a romantic twosome since thi'y were Hirst introduced in Washington. (Int.) Name Delegates To VFW Meeting Mrs. Franklin Behlman, president of the Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader post. Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mrs. Edgar Blckford, Mrs. Fred Burke and Mrs. Max Leonhardt will be delegatea to a meeting of the district VFW Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in West Haven, when district officers will be elected. At last night's meeting of the auxiliary a door prize was awarded Walter Fitzgerald and Mrs. Burke also was presented a prize. Clothes For Dolly AND LAMP COMBINATION Couple Observe 15th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. IH'.l.siio Gn.lluccl, 7 Cotton Hollow, were honored at a surprise family, party at their home last night, in observance of their 15th wedding anniversary. About 12 persons attended. Mr. and Mrs. Gallucci were married Nov. 3, 1934 in St. Francis' church. They are the parents of two children, Dolores and Anna Marie. Guinness'Work In Art Exhibit Vic Guinness of Field street, will be among 22 Connecticut artists who will exhibit their work at the Woodibury Town Hall tomorrow and Sunday. The ex* hibition will be open to the public from 2 to 9 o'clock. It is spon- Hoi:cd by the Woman's Club of Woodbury. - \ Mr. Guinness. a nationally linown artist who took up residence in the borough two years (isro, will exhibit two paintings, "The Last Supper" and the "Chinese Letter Writer." During World War II he was a Marino Corps artist, serving with the rank of Major. "Contemporary Connecticut Art," as the exhibition In called, marks one of the rare occasions when the painters and sculptors who live in the state have shown samples of their, work for the pleasure of their friends and neighbors. NAUG'ATIJCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, NOV. 4, llMft—PAGE 3 YMCA Aqua Show Well Attended Approximately ISO persons, in- eluding- 121 children and 28 adults. attended a performance of the Mi- I ami Aqua Show lusi night at the Y. I M. C. A pool, it' was announced today by physical director Fritz Kl.-imbt. The spectators were treated to demonstrations of water ballet, trick and comedy divinK. A group of local swimmers entertained following the SO minute performance with menu and demonBtra- lions of various strokes. U. S. Produces Minerals The LT. S. ranks first In production of about half of the 30 most Important mineral products. FUR COATS SHOP The Iti-v. William Stinve, executive iitiNtor of I IK- Lutheran Inner MtaHlon In New York city, who will preach the sermon at the annual Welfare Sunday service In St. 1'iuil'H I.utherun c.hurch Sunday morning at 10:80 o'clock. The. R<;v. Slieve carries on work among Displaced Persons arriving In Now York city; visits many InHllttitiotiM of mercy, and con- ductN the Tuner Mission Chapel and Home for th« underprivileged. Funeral Actual Photo COMPlEJt fOR OHLV Regularly $19.95 Pay 50c Weekly! Hadley's sensational DOUBLE VALUE ... featured while just 150 of T h « e i^, S I EP TABLE COMBINATIONS LAST! The end table has 3 sturdy shelves and is handsomely finishedl The lamp is finished in beautiful English bronze with brass plated arm that directs your light where you want it!, Neat, tole parchment shade with decorated gold leaf design Hadley's price is LESS than you d pay for the TABLE ALONE! 16-24 PATTERN 1712 You'll have plenty of time between now and the holidays to make a complete new wardrobe for a little girl's favorite doll. Pattern No. 1712 contains everything a doll needs to make her well- dressed. These clothes are fun to sew! Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1712 is for dolls, 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 inches. For exact yardages, consult pattern. For this pattern, send 25 cents, 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. Ready 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 Syndicata Inc.) FOREST AREA Almost one-third of Canada's surface is covered by forest. Personal- A public card party, sponsored by the Hop Brook school Parent- Teacher association, will be held in the school auditorium, Tuesday/ night, Nov. 15, at 8 o'clock. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs. Harry McGinnis. There will be refreshments and door prizes. Players are asked to bring cards. Marriage intentions have been flled in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by James Fenton, 288 Cherry street, and Gcnevieve Rapieff, 229 Cherry street, who will be married Nov. 22 in St. Francis' ohurch|T Police- Col-,tain Anthony ,A> Malone, Fairview avenue, has returned to his duties at headquarters after a vacation of several days. Captain and Mrs. Malone r-ipont four days in New York city earlier this week. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Charles, Wasdo Cotton Hollow, are observing their 16th wedding anniversary today, i They were 'married Nov. 4, 1933 in Ansonia and are the parents of two children, Mary Ann and Richard. Mrs. Thomas Burns of Ward street, and James Bums of Carroll .street, have returned from Glendale, Long- Island, N, Y where they attended the funeral of a relative. Hotel Association Makes Complaint Of State "Tampering" Hartford, Nov. 4—(CJP> The Connecticut Hotel Association complains that it has been ignored in the appointment of a state board to study wages in the industry. The association told Governor Bowles and State Labor Commissioner John J. Egan that the Connecticut hotel industry represents millions of dollars and thousands of employes.but has no representation on the board. William B. Rogers of Hartford, chairman of the association's legislative committee, said Ihere is no reason for the study and that nobody wanted it. He warned that if much more tampering is done by the state, the price of coffee will go up to 35 cents a cup. WE ARE FEATURING RUST CRAFT CHRISTMAS CARDS Advertised in Ladies' Home Journal THE KIND OF CARDS YOU LIKE TO SEND AND RECEIVI ' /re<t« tstictuuitUui Gh&ut&A, The card illuitrated It only one of Iff* many cute deiignt by Marjorie Cooper of THE RUST CRAFT ARTISTS' GUILD 25 Cards with envelopes ONLY '1.00 25 Identical corrfi WITH THE LEGEND and o CHRISTMAS GREETING on each card ONLY $1.00 IOOK FOR BOTH BOXES WHEN YOU COME IN TO BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE NEAKY BLDG. — CHCRCH ST. — NAUGATUCK Mrs. Hannah Woodln Funr-ra] .services for Mm. Hannah Woodin. 79 , o f 106 Walnut street, a resident of Naugatuck for tlie past. 58 yr:ir-. were held thi.s mornlnK at 11 o'clock at tho Salem Lutheran church, with the •Rev. Donald L .Kent, i-ninirter, officiating. Burial was in Grove cemetery. Hc.irers wore Burton Lundin, Arnold Lundin. Ralph Blake, Eskil Bjorlilund. Harold Nichols and Arthur Nelson. A Sellout Repeat!! 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