Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 21, 1949 · Page 3
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Social Former Resident Wed Personal Fraternal Bride Of Saturday John Joseph Leary, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Leary of East Haven, former Walnut street, residents, and Hiss Evelyn Marie Shoemaker, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Joseph T. Shopmaker. East Havfii were married Saturday morning in St. Elizabeth's rhurcli. Brunford, with the Rev. ThoniuH H. Fury officiating. Mrs. Manuel Liebenson nerved as her bister's matron of honor, and Misa Joan Missel Leary, .-sister of the bridegroom, waw bridesmaid. Miss Mary Joan KUbride, a roman of the brltin, wan t_no Junior bridesmaid. .Donald King of New- York city was be.st tman, and ushers were James E. Ahern. Naugu- tuck, and Manuel Liebcnson, East Haven. A reception was heJd in Rivcr- side Community hail, E;ist Haven, with 100 relatives and friends attending. The bride was graduated from Eaat Haven High school and New Haven Teachers college, and ia a teacher in the East Haven grammar schools. Mr. Leary graduated from Hillsouse High school and Yale university Institute for traffic training. He is a member of the motor patrol squud of the East Haven police department, holding a special assignment las police photographer. He alsi is a leader in the East Haven Boy Scout council, la active as a swimming instructor and advisor for youth organizations, Upon their roturn from a wedding trip to New York and the south, the couple will live in Granite Bay, Branford. The- bridegroom's father conducted a pharmacy in the Neary building for a number of ysars before moving his family to East Haven. To Head Delegation To New York Banquet Mrs. John J. Wrlnn of Warcj street, president of the Consumers League of Connecticut, will head a delegation from the state to the EOth anniversary banquet and celebration of the national league to b« held Dec. 9 nt the Hotel Commodore. New York city. Speakers will include-Mrs. Frances Perkias. Senator Paul Douglas. Dr, J. .Douglas Brown, dean of Princeton university: Dr. Evelyn M. Burns,.(president of the New York league; Dr. John Howard Lathrop and Dr. Aicc Hamilton, who will make the anniversary, presentation. Gives • TWO' important' benefits. First it gives prompt relief of cough and throat irritation due to colds by its soothing effect on the throat. Second, it help* IjniM resistance to colds caused by lack of vita- miii A. Get Father John's Medicine today and get rciults. Borough Man Engaged To Wed Announcement is made of the engagement and coming marriage of Miss Joan Marcella Claffey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ThomiiH R. Claffoy, Waterhury, to Ronald W. Sehopp, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Schopp, Gorman B'l-oel. The couple plan to bo married I in. 2ti. MiHH ClnfTey In a nrmlllMle >l Crosby High Mchool, Wnterbury, mil Mr. Hchopp graduated from Niiiif'Htnok High school; and served -1 rnonthH In the Army. Personal- Members of Kennedy Circle, l>aughloi-s of Isa.bclla, who attended tho Mass In honor of deceased j members Saturday morning In St. | Francis church included: Mrs. Oliver Lorson. Mrs. James Petlit, 11 gent. Miss Rita Lorson, Mrs. Robert Lorson, Mrs. Steven Kecskos. Mrs. Paul Cllsham, Mrs. Bernard Sullivan, Mrs. Conleth ICIernan, Mrs. Philip Connelly, Mrs. P.ea. Mackin, Mrs. Cutherlne Mahnney, Mrs. Fr (! d Ardry, Mm, Howard Brennan, Mm. Edward Williams, Mrs. Bridget Curtin. Miss Mary Donahue, Miss Angeline Mariano, Miss Madge Mariano, MI-H. Jcnnnnttc Klclndmi and MI-B. A. F. BowleH. A public card pnrly will be held ("night at K o'clock in I he Idridi-r. rirtr-n room of tho T'ro.ijierl H fr«-rl •<hool under the nii.^-iee.., ,,f'the . »•• '<• f preacher im»oe,lalf uOn M.n Huw«,ll Palmer | M chairman an'd '•eqiiests tho.Hc attending n,r,il,. : h lie r own playing card* and card tables if possible. M.nv i51i/il>Pth I iiiuasw Mtiidtn MRS. rR<VNK I. SIIF* Becoming the bride af Frank "Spue" Shea, New Vorli Yankee hum-bull club pltohor .Saturday in St. FninclB church win Minn (Joiuwievo Marttno, daughter of Air. and Mrs. Emil Murtiun. 11 I'lioeni.v avenue Mr. Shea is the son of Frank Slieii of IletebUIss Ktroef. The nuptials were followed by a reception at the Copper Kettle, Woleott. Sister, Brother Mark 82nd, 80th Birthdays Ida and Irving Sincerhox, .sis-* ler and brother of 131) L,ewiH TT tin street, are ohrerving their 82nd HOTlOr WOOStGI'S and 8Oth ibirthdays, respectively, today. Natives of Sharon, they have resided in the borough for more than 30 years, having come here in 1918. Mr. Sincorbox was engaged in the milk business for many years, during v/hich time he and hi.* sister acquired considerable land in the Lewis street area. During the past few years, they have sold a large portion ot thi) property to the Naugatuck Lumber Co., and to . individuals. The brother and sister, who arc well-known and highly respected in the community, are Icnown a.=; per- .vons. who are extremely kind to children. • OPZN EVERY M*MDAT T.LL CHRISTMAS • or pst ti 1 '? "to ''-' ' \ft •:•' » Y Petit f4i.nt •'our fcvorite name in lounge foot- «-r , wear . . . presents this delicate beauty. Wonderful rayon satin, embroidered in flowered petit poir»t pattern. Genuine leather soles and corrrfortoble wsdge. Royal, Light Blue, Pink, Red. Sizes 8 to 13 and 1 to 7 of hon- Charliyj as li«>st Kijuiros 'if We-jl At Reception On 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. F. Floyd Wonstor (if Wooslor strcot,, who obsi;rvi) tl-.clr 50th wedding anniversary tomorrow, were guests of honor :it i-.n open house reception yoHlnrdJiy afternoon ;il tho homo of their ton find duiiKhtor-ln-lnw, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Woostnr on Wooster street. Mrs. Wonstcr, tho former Ell:x Siinnionii, was wearing an orchid, tho (,'ift of the couple's son find duiiirJitor-in-law, Mr. rind Mr:i. Alvln A. Woostpr of Bln«hiimun, N. Y., who wiiro unable lr> hn present. Mr. and Mrs. Wouslnr received mr.ny K\C\ ?, from friends. Thi-y lulled hy lolephono durins the dft- firnoon In Iho Alvln WooHlorH. and tfci-ived a c'lnK'i-al.iilatriry lole(;rn.m from reli\Mvo.s, Mr. and' Mrs. Jo- «oi-h Wilson, ICvloth, Minn. Miss Irene Si|iiireH, mnld or at their wedding, and .1-IoiiHoknocIil, who Kerved man, wore |>resenl. Miss and Miss Mabel Ashtnn Hartford, poured. Tho house was cincorntod with chrysanthemums and poinpons. Arnon;; those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. George Kuhn, Bev- (.•vly Dwy, Emily T. Bell, Mr. n.nd Mrs. Charles Houseknecht, Mlns Kvelyn Warren. Mrs. John D. Cullinane, Mrs. Mildred B. Hair, Mrs. Bertha H. Owens, Herbert F. Parker, Miss Ida M. Holchldss, Mrs. Anne Oranjier, Miss Pauline S'milh. Mrs. Charles Price and oauf,'hler. I'rlseilla, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dur.-lto arid sons Don :»id Joel, Mrs. John Lnwton, Mrs. T.etta S. Hull, Mrs. Charles Wurtcnberpr, Tliomas M. Heally. Mr. and MI-H. John II. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Thorrms J. Pnrk'f, Mr.M. F.dlth M. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Peel, Mr. and Mrs, F. Alton Clark, Mr. nnd Mrs. Nohlo O. Fawiett, Mr. !iml',Mrn. Ij'.on H. Kmith and <l.-iu«hl ef, Annul)..), Mr. and Mrs. !looi-(-e H. jSchloHHur. Mr. nnd Mrs. I^oifls CurtisH, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dwy, Mrs. Robe.rt E. Phillips, Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Obsl, Mrs. Mary Giersheski, Miss- Martha Ijittncr, Mrs. Edith M. Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Roy, Sr., Mrs. Mo.r.|or!o 1C. Phillips, M.r. and Mru. William C. Feltmnn :i".J children, Annis and William, the hostess and sons, Gerald nnd Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smilh, Miss Mildred C. Wooster, Mrs, I^coiii Wooster, MI-H. Anna A. Mover, Mr:. I/illian Amundson, Richard nnd John Moyer, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lineburgh, Mrs. Stella Springer, all of Waterbury; Miss Elva S. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Spe;i- cer, all of Kent; Mrs. W. O. Florion, Bridgeport; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rudolph and daughter, Mary, Easton ; Ronald L.. Cu/rler, Meredith, N. H., and Amzi Harmon, Milford. Ramona Council Nominates Tomorrow First nomination of officers will be held tomorrow evening at a meeting of Ramona. Council, Degree of Pocahontas, at S o'clock in Odd 'Fellows hull. Mis. Russell Palmer, Pocahontas, will conduct tho meeting-. Plans for the annual Christmas party will be discussed, and following the business session, the group will join the Redmen for refreshments. Fairview Ave. Couple To Mark 61st Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bird of :1<M Kali-view avenue, will observe I hell- !HMl. wedding ii.nnivor.Mnry tomorrow. Mr. and Mm. Bird, who were married INov. '.!2, 1H8H, in I he Old Con i;r<'KUt!orinl church, oil the rii-eon, whoro the llonor Koll now HlandH, will be giu-HlM for ThankHKlvIng ilay at the home of I heir iH'pbew and nlooo, Mr. and Mi'n. Derwooil O. NU'hola, li'lold iilreet. At I'M. Bird IM I hi- former Misn Delia. A. Woi'.cis, daut;hlei- of the lale Mr. iinrl Mrs. Charlon O. Wodgu of Naiig!ituc:K.. Mr. Bird hi a. native of UhiKimml.on, N. V. Mr. Bird, who was empolyod by the lato James fl. May, druggist, when he first came to Na,uj.;atuek,' later worked about IS years for the Naugaluck Water Co., and for the U. B. Jiulibor Co., about 15 years. Mrs. Bird, who taught -school before her marriage, in the old borough school hoii.-io of four rooms, Hiiy.s hers was the first room lo have Mingle do:;k:! Tor pupils. She, said she registered about 75 pu-' pll.-i In the third grade. Both aro in good health, and; Mr. Bird In Hi III nctlvo in hln gar- Miss Janet Hr-bmitx, a. sophomore at Connecticut College for Women, New London, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Klinor Srhmlt/., Moore a.vo, nue, recently atlondud the Columbia-Navy football ga.mo ul. Iho U. H. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Mil., as the 'guest of Midshipman Jack Parker of Furl Wayne, Ind. Church Notes St. Hedwig's This evening at .7---o'oloclc there will |in 1,1, mooting of the CYO. Tim grammar school will clone Wednesday for tho Thanksgiving holidays. Regular cla.sscs will be resumed Monday, Nov. 28. St. Mary's This evening^ at 7:30 o'clock there will be Novrnn. devotions in honor of Our body of the Miraculous Medal. Following devotions, I ho OYO will meet. Tomorrow morning nl. H o'flock I hero will he an anniversary requiem high Mass for Mrs, Frances Mariano. S'll.imlny movnlng a.t, H o'clock thorn will b« an anniversary ro- ifiilom high Mass for Mrs. An- loiiH!ll:e Orlekls. Them will be no parish enler- l.'uiriiinnt thlw week. St. Francis' This evening a,t 7 o'clock the CYO will rm;et In the Chapel. ^ Wednesday evening at O^fl o'clock I hi; junior choir will rehearse. A.t S o'clock, the senior cliuir will rehearse'. The Sodality of tho .Blessed Virgin Mary will sponlior a Thanks-giving dance, WeilnesdHy evening In St. Frnncl.s 1 school hull. Dancing will be from 8 1o 1] o'clock. Ticket, may be obtained Irom members of the Sodality Friday morning , lt 8 . ;io (1 ' o l lH -k there will be u sixth anniversary re((Ul,, m high iMa«j 'for Cutherlne Ciliiney. Saturday morninfr at 8 o'clock '.'tore will bo a «l»th nnnlvoi-Hn.rv 'C'luiem 'high Mas,, f or Ann,,. KIs- De . fi, the Altar society l "" ly ln " U! « ch "f>' NAIJG/VTUCK NKVVS (CONN.), MOMDAV. N(M'. 21, 11MO-1'AGK S Funerals Robert K. Muoncy Funeral services for Robert 1C. Moonoy, East Watc.rbury roml, who died suddenly Friday at his home, were held thin morning from the Buckmillcr Funeral Home, 22 Park place. A solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's Church by the Rev. George Vileiaufikas, with (he Rev. Stanley Hnslilo as deacon and the Re.v, 'I.'bomim Griffin JIN sub-deacon. The Rev. GeorKo Dunn of .St. Fran- els' Church was Heated In Hie. minr- luii.ry. Mr«. iSrnoHt Caroiiolla, Wa- turbury, wan the organlKt n-ndi-r- Ing Funeral March, Pauls Angeliou« and Abliln With Mr, Be.'ircri-K were Felix Poulln, Kdward Poulln, IC'rnont l"l/./.\ito, I3dwti.nl Larson, Kdwiu-d Cle.'ileWHkl .'aid Archie Fif/.- pa.lrlok. Burial WII.M in St. J nines' Cemetery, with prayers :it the grave by Fnther Vllciiumkus. Ofllcoi'.u of tlie Ladies' auxiliary. Ancient Order of Hibernians, were Installed yoslorday by Mr-i. Ruth Gaivin, Moi-Idcn, county (president, assisted by the Mention degree team. MI-K. Edward Nolde Was in- ntallofl as president. OIMeer>i of two Walerbury auxiliaries also were installed. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. PrivHcra, Naiig.-ituok, wore guests at a party held recently by Mrs. Albert Del Negro. Wnterbury. in honor of her husband, who has retired after 20 years in the Navy. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the muny friends, relatives, and neighbors who, by their many acts of kindness, floral tributes and expressions of sympathy did so much to make lighter the burden of grief in our recent bereavement, the death of our loving husband and father. Special llmnk.'i nri. extended to: Nftiiitiitiirk Chemical Co.; Payroll and Tabulating Dept. of the Nau- galuck Chemical Co. Mrs. Margaret Dunn & Family. hall. FOR A LATE SNACK, GET HAKORN CORN MUFFIN MIX For that late snack, serve corn muffins —plain, hot or cold, spread with butter or preserves. Quick and easy with Flnkorn. Just add an egg nnd milk, and bake. Also quickly makes deli- JCincoln (T) Siore WEST MAIM ST TELEVISION STEREO STORIES tlluitraUd wlrii full c*lar plcturai HIM •cam* *• llf»- IN THREE DIMENSIONS Chlldrrn'v ttorlrt Illustrated with full color atereoitopic mounted In ecvtn-icene View. Matter Reel*. 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