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Social-Personal Fraternal South Main St. Resident Wed In St. Francis' St. Francis' Church .was the scene of a wedding this morning at 9 o'clock, when Ihe Rev. George Dunn united in marriage Miss Concetta J. Sequenzin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Se- quenzia. 438 South Main street, and Leonard Antinozzi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Antinozzi, Derby. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Dorothy Sequcnzia as maid of hori- or. Josephine and JosJeph Sequen- zia, niece and nephew of the bride, served as flower girl and ring bearer. Peter Antinozzi, acted as his brother's best man, and ushers were Mario Setjuenzia, brother of the bride and Daniel Antinozzi, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was. attired in a white velvet gown, fingertip veil and carried a colonial bouquet centered with three white orchids. Her maid of honor "wore a rust velvet gown with matching hat and carried a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums. The flower girl's gown was of gold velvet and she wore a matching bonnet, and carried a colonial bouquet. At a reception for 80 at Fred's Hi-Way Grill, the bride's mother wore a black and white dress with black accessories, and the bridegroom's mother in a gray dress with black accessories. Each wore orchid corsages. Out-of-town guests were from New York, New- Jersey and Middletown. The couple plan a wedding trip to Florida, the bride traveling in a black dress, green coal with furs and black accessories. Upon their return they will reside on New Haven avenue, Derby. V-wJ-t,De- Local Clubwomen Invited To Industry Meet "Connecticut at Work" will be Ihe theme of a series of industry meetings to bn held throughou' 1 . Lhe state to emphasize the pnrt Industry plays in our lives and in the American economic stru.lure. These meetings will be sponsored by the Industry Department of the Connecticut State Federation rf Women's Clubs, Ihe first of which will be held on Tuesday. No.'. 15. at the Now Haven Lawn Club, ID.'i Whitney avenue New Haven. T;;e morning session, beginning at 10 j o'clock, will consist of a tour of thn I United Illuminating Co. office building and English Station power plant, with buses providing transportation for those arriving by train or car. Luncheon 'will be served al the New Haven I^wn Club at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Rii/hard G. Koch of. H«.mc!on. state federation chairman of industry, will preside at the afternoon .session which will convene at 2:30 when Mayor William C. Celentano will bring greetings from the city. Mrs. Wilmer I,. Shultz of Canaan, president of the stele federation, will present tne program which includes the following speakers: William A. Purtell of Hartford, president of the Manufacturers Association of Connecticut, Inc., and William C. Bell of New Haven, president of the United Illuminating Co. A question and discussion period will follow. Luncheon reservations should be made by Nov. 10 with Mrs. G. H. Ohrenberger, 2798 Whitney avenue, Mount Carmel. IN MEMORIAM In lovinK memory of our mother, Rachel Szombati, who -died a year ago today.—November's, 1948 She is gone to rest, her troubles are oTe She U free from all sorrow and •pain; The trials of life she so patiently bore; Shall never disturb her again. We shall not forget you nor do we intend, We think of you often and will to the end. Gone and. forgotten'Tiy some you may be.. But dear to our memory you ever will be. A wonderful mother",, so good, so true, " ' One in a million, that, mother, was your .." '-'•— , -ifj".' ' Ko sacrifice too great for the ones you held dear . Praying, working, Smiling, never a complaint did we hear. Your faith,' dear* mother, was wonderful. Your hea.rtliko.gold, so pure; God needed an angel in heaven. That's why nt took you, we're sure. Son, daughter-in-law and grandson. Hillside Church Young- People Name Officers Clifford Swanson was elected president of the young people's Conven.o.nt Hi-League of the HU1- side Congregational Church, at a meeting Thursday night in the church hall. Others elected are: Joyce Webster, vice-president; Anne Elise Erickson, secretary, and Brendt Englestad, treasurer. The Rev. Harry J. Ekstam, new minister at the church was the principal speaker. Plans for n hike to Meriden Mountain Sundaj afternoon were made. The younj, people fvill be accompanied bj Paul Anderson. Following the meeting, a socia hour was held and refreshment served. Meetings are held ever} two weeks. IT'S NO SECRET! EVERYONE KNOWS WHO HAS THE BEST VARIETY OF BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS HALLMARK — RUSTCRAFT lower Prices Better Quality Your" Year "Round Dealer $ SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery STORE Buy Yours Now Personal- The regular monthly meeting o the Evangeline Circle of fv Salem Lutheran Church will b 1-eld Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the church hall. Hostesses wil bo Mrs. Stephen Luskay and Mra Gustave Johnson. The Young Women's Misslonar Society of the Salem Lutheran Church will meet at the home o Mrs. Arnold Lundin, 57 Woodlawn avenue Monday evening at o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs Lundin and Mrs. Ivar Johnson. The Ladies' Marchiglan Societj will hold its monthly meeting Sun day afternoon at 3 o'clock in Pastime hall. High street. Mrs Orlando Gabienlli, presiden', wil be in charge. Plans for the public card party to be held Saturday night, will be completed. Mr. and Mrs, E. Philip Walkoi of Millville avenue entertained Stuart Canin, violinist, and his accompanist, Miss Alice Shapiro, nt dinner last night. Mr. Canin was guest artist at last night's concert of the Woman's Study Club, in the Congregational Church. Marriage intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Alfred Freeman Reid and Mary Lewis, both of Naugatuck. COMMERCIAL and DOMESTIC KEFBIGEBATION WALTER'S REFRIGERATION Main St., Beacon Falls TeL 74SC Emergency C<U1 6557 THE CHINA V INN 11 Harrison Ave. Waterbury Closed All Day Mondays Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. ML Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 18 Noon to 12 Midnight LEWIS CARROLL The Dealer on ttie Sqosm CESTEB SQTJABK - CORNER PBOSPECT ft USIOJf 8TBEETB Barclay Tile Board Chrome Trln Door Frames Window Sash * Frames Paintt Floor Sanders lor Beol TEIEPHOSE *484 OPEN MONDAYS 9:30 to 5:45 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK Store Open Daily Monday thru Saturday, 9:30 to 5:45 . . . also Friday Nights 50 Attend DAR Annual Luncheon Friday Bridge Club Scores Approximately 50 mcmbi-i-H <mcl j,'u<;Ht.s of Sarah Hogm-H chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, attended the annual luncheon of the local i.-hapter yesterdwy afternoon in the Salem Lutheran Church hall. Among ' guests attending was Katherine Mai tie.;, thi/d vice president general, .lid regents frjm chapters In Ansonia and Seymr.ur. Alfcd Sinister, writer for tho Lure of the Lltshfleld Hills, was guest speaker, anj discussed Connecticut's Iron Contribution It/ Freedom's Cause. He" displayed 'landscape oil paintings and o;d t relics, and told human Interest stories of residents in the mining towns of Kent, Sharon and Soir.h- biiry. The CHrlKtmas meeting of the chapter will be held Friday afternoon, Doc. 2, .it the home of Mi-';. Cheater label! on Hillside uvcnue. Miss Delaney At College Event Miss Catherine Delaney of Church street, a delegate of the alumoae chapter of Trinity college, Washington. D. C., is now attending the Golden Jubilee celebration of tho college in Washington. Vice-president of the Waterbury chapter of Trinity college alumnae association, she also is visiting her niece, Miss Anne Delaney, a Trinity student and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Delaney, 276 Church street. Miss Delaney was accompanied to the nation's capitol by Mrs. Gladys Keating of Meadow street. Cast Member Of School Play Jeanne Hackett, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Hackett, 193 Sprin- street, is a member of the cast which presented two one-act play* iin the Stockingjoot /Theater -at Lasell Junior College, Auburndalc Mass., last night. An informal production, It featured central staging with emphn- sis on acting rather than on scenery and properties. Its purpose Is first to give members of the Workshop Players, who want experience in acting, an opportunity to appear before an audience; and secondly, to provide informal recreation for the student body. Miss Hackett is a senior at the school. National Guard (Continued From Pago One) versv about the land, we can look for some other place for the garage nnd armory. I'm 100 per cent for an armory and jjarnRc in Nuu- gjitunk nnd nlwityti httvo been." Tim CNG him been Htuuylng Ihe possibility of erecting- a $50,000 garage in the borouglj on the River- wide drfvi: property, with a plan to nomitrucl. an armory nt a later date. Twn yonrH ago when the matter first was discussed, the CNG rejected the* site as too small and the possibility of flood damage. Another site, on Rubber avenue, was suggested at that time, but when the General Assembly, failed to appropriate funds for an armory here, the matter was dropped. Tsis year, Mr. Mcngacoi introduced a measure requesting a state armory here, and the Riverside drive properly again was mentioned as a possible site. Warden Carter at that time stated that the former Rubber avenue proposal would be "out of the question", because of the construction of a :iew school in the area, as weli as Nau- gawam Village, moderate rental housing project. New Officers Of Scout Tribe Officers were elected yesterday afternoon at tho first meeting of the year of Girl Scout troop, No. 26 held in the Hop Brook school. The new officers are: Frances Rebello, president; Mary Jane Mod- cclewaki, vice-president; Marilyn Boraski. secretary; Carol Waite, treasurer; Ann Witkoski, scribe. Plans for the year were discussed. High scores tallied in the first match of the Friday afternoon Salem club bridge tournament were announced today as follows: North and south, Mrs. Arvid An derson and Mrs. Marshall Long, <K 1-2; Mrs. Willard Bittle and Mrs Seymour Squires, 49; Mrs. Leon Lovejoy and Mrs. Vivian Kernan 4 1-2. East and west, Mrs. Michael Fitz Patrick and Mrs. Daniel Oemcke Jr., 50 1-2; Mrs. Robert Ford and Mrs. Norman Benson. 46 1-2; Mrs Harry Glenn and Miss Madelain Caine, 46. The annual fall dance of the Wa terbury-Naugatuck Swedish Jun ior League will be held tonight a 9 o'clock in the Hotel Elton, Wa terbury. Miss Anna Mae Vaccaro, daugh ter of Mr .and Mrs. Lorctto Vac caro, Derby, will become the brid of Milton Smith, son of Mrs. Mar tha Smith, Rubber avenue, Nov. 1 at 9 o'clock in the morning in St Mary's church, Derby. :?"/< Some Good Buys In Second Hand Refrigerators & Kitchen Ranges Visit Our Bargain Department which includes new DUO-THERM SPACE HEATERS in all sizes. Also Launderall Automatic Washers and Thdr Automagic Washers at greatly reduced prices. • EASY TERMS " « OPEX WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS • TIIE B15ST IN TRADE-IN VALUES CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATEKBURYROAD, WATERTOWN. 1'HONE 275 NOTICE Our Ford Sales Room is open evenings until 9 o'clock Monday Through Friday The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. _ NAUGATUCK Two Men Held (Continued From Page One) preached Brandt with the Idea, but Brandt did not have sufficient funds to support the venture, according to Albrccht. He then contacted the third mnn, whoac name Trooper Doollnj; refused to reveal, pending further investigation, and the fcusinees was started. After lotting money on tho cl«- nrot venture. Albreoht claims to have entered into an agreement with Brandt to use worthless checks to .help Albrecht repay money obtained from Brandt. He said that he Intended to make good checks cashed by Brandt until the amount became too great to keep up with. He claims he did not intend conspiracy In his dealings. Clgaret Deal The clgarct dealings of Albrecht rind the third mnn, according to Trooper Dooling 1 , were operated In the following manner: They made four trips from Elkland, Md., where they purchased clgnrcts, to the Canadian border- where they were sold to a smuggler at Beeeher Falls Vt. . They lost about $1,000 on the entire deal, and to cover their losses they is.nitd fraudulent checks In the amount of $675 on the first trip, $300 on tht second; $600 on the third and $1,400 on the last trip. The pair ran Into difficulty on their last trip, according to the trooper's report. They were arrested in Brattleboro, Vt., and posted a bond of $26. Their car ran olf the road and crashed into an enhankment, injuring Albrecht badly enough to cause him to be hospitalized. News of their misfortune was learned by their contact at the border, and knowing their desperate need of cash, he slashed his payment for the clgarets. A signed confession has been obtained from Albrecht, according to Trooper Dooling, but he added, Brandt denies hnvlngr a pnrt In the clKiirot deal. The two face poBsiblo invoHtlgo- tlon on federal charges and additional state charges involving the illegal transportation of cigarets from Maryland to the Canadian border, and the alleged illegal sale of the clgarets to a smuggler there. Explulim OprrutlOMH Trooper Doollng'w explanation at ho*r the pair operated In the check dealings is that one would ts.suc a fraudulent chock. When it wns learned that Ihcre wore Insufficient funds to cover tho cheeK, the other man would write a check In the amount to cover the first bad check. The cycle was continued by Ihe pair, with several days elapsing In each case before it could be learned the check was phoney. One check was issued in the amount of $180. NAITCATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATUKDAV, NOV. 5 IM9-PAGE 8 Naugatuck Woman Awarded Divorce Mrs. Emma K. Glover, Naugn- tuck, was granted an uncontested divorce yesterday from Charles H. Glover, Shelton, afler a hearing before Judge William J. Shea in Wat.erbury Superior Court. Tho couple wan married In Nnu- gatuck Sept. 12, 1940, and arc the parents of three children, whose custody was awarded the monther. Glover was ordered to pay $25 weekly toward support of the children. He was also ordered to pay $1 weekly as nominal alimony. Paper Collection Scheduled Sunday 'The Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League, will hold a borough wide paper drive •tomorrow. Residents having papers or magazines they wish to dispose of are asked to tie them in bundles and leave them on the curb In front of their homes . Members will meet in front of the Odd Fellows hall; on Maple street, at 9 o'clock. Funds realized will be used for hospitalization and rehabilitation work. BLOODHOUNDS IMPORTED First purebred bloodhounds were shipped to the U. S. from England about 1890. OAESAR KRZYKOWSK1 Fainter — Decorator 19 BUENNAN ST. TEt* 8788 Free Estimates Full Insurance C This is a HOME not just a house . . . A two family dwelling in the best section of Naugatuck. Four rooms on each floor, oil heat, automatic hot water, excellent condition. An extra lot of land makes this setting ideal. The I>ricc is just right. For appointment to see this home call Naugatuck 6736. Webster Insurance Service *' "Where Cost Is Less and Service Greater" 111 WEST MAIN ST., WATERBURY • TEL 3-0431 Spec Shea To Be Honored Tonight Frank "Spec" Shea, New Tork Yankee hurlcr. will be honored at a testimonial this evening In Odd Fellows Hall, by an estimated 800 persons. He will be married Nov. 29 to Miss Ocncvlcve Martlno. Raymond K. Folcy, acting principal of Naugatuck High (school, will be toastmosler. LARGE PARK SYSTEM The national park system of the U. S. contains more than 21.5 million acres. t« IF IT'S ELECTRICAL we have it IF IT'S ELECTRICAL we service it HOTPOINT REFRIGERATORS • WASHERS • HOT WATER HEATERS • ELECTRIC RANGES FLUID DRIVE AUTOMATIC WASHERS EASY TERMS TO SUIT STRAITS TURNPIKE ROAD CANASTA — with the advice of an expert WILLIAM E. McKENNEY, America's Card Authority, has prepared a series of columns on CANASTA. The NEA card expert reveals tricks of higher scores, solves puzzling plays, explains fine points of the game and tells readers how to have more fun with CA'NASTA. * •• -Follow McKenney- - PLAY CANASTA This interesting new feature starts Monday in THE NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS An even dozen well-written columns on CANASTA by the same expert who has won thousands of followers as an advisor on Bridge . . . You've read McKenney On Bridge '&* •! - " Beginning Monday you can follow McKenney on CANASTA In The

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