Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 22, 1949 · Page 3
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Social ^^^•»• m jjiSB Pot-Luck Supper Set By Junior Club Monday The annual pot-luck, supper- meeting of the Nancratuck Junior Woman's Club will bo held Monday evening, Nov. 28, at 6.30 o'clock in the Methodlet Church hall Meadow street, with Mrs. M. Francis Feeley, president, In charge. Marlon Traflcantl and Marie Marrello are co-chairmen of Ihs arrangements committee, assisted by Mrs. Robert Lawlor. Hedwijj Makowskl, Mrs. Leonard-McGrat'.t. Margaret Stotz, Mrs. Edward Noble. Phyllis Reed and Mrs. Mario Schiaroll. All members will be contacted by the committee lor food items. Mrs. Clayton Dethlefsen, program chairman, will introduce £ues;s of the evening, who will include Maybelle Hinton Osborne, former Naugatuck resident, who conducts Home Journal on the air ever radio station WBRY and Walter Howard, station manager. Sara Emery will bo Intervle'Wrd or the subject, "The Origin of the Nnugatuck Junior Woman's Club", v/lth the interview to bo tape recorded and presented Tuesday morning on the regular program From 9:30 to 10 o'clock. Miss Emery IK a charter member of the club. Also on the program, Director Jack Conway will present The PUymakers in a short play, "Th'i Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter," with the cast to include Steve 3turdevant, Mrs. Seymour Squires Frank Molpn, Jean Baummcr urul Kobert VVhittamore. Mr. Conway ilao will be miuitcr of ceremonlca for | he performance. A brief buslncsH meeting will be conducted following the supper. Joan Butler Guest Of Honor Joan Butler, who celebrated her 14th birthday Sunday, was honored at a surprise party that evanln/r at her homo on Meadow street. Games were played and refreshments served. Among those attending were, Carol* THaekeU, Alan Happy. Patricia Regan, Frar.k Oren. Grace McN«m«e, Robert Ro- ditis. Shirley Benson, Robert Van Deift and the- honored guest. Personal William DMmond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Desmond of Maple itreet. a nophbraore at the Rens- iclacr Institute of Technology, Troy Y., will spend the ThaiHwglvJag ollday with hla parents. Illustrated Lecture Presented At Club Meeting Here At) J'oximattely \m micn-Jficrs rjf tho Naupatuck Woman's club heard a lecture yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Edith Stewart Smith of New York, on the subject, Charleston and Plantation Gardens. The Illustrated lecture was the annual general club program sponsored by the Garden department of the club. As the colored Kodachromc slides were discussed by the lecturer, a musical program was presented by Mrs. Adolph Nelson, soloist, accorr|:anicd by Mrs. Norman Hovey. During the business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president, the annual penny collection wns held, with the funds being contributed to the Connecticut State Federation of Women's club?, which purchases a painting by a Connecticut artist and awards It t° the club having the most outstanding art program of the year. Mrs. Clifford A. Tceple presented a report on n. state indu«trv meeting- she recently attended In New HavcnJ and Mrs. WllSiam O'Donnell. foreign relief chairman, rend a Jotter of appreciation for .school supplies sent to a school in Germany by the club, and also tho $10 Christmas gift for ithe war orphan, sponsored by the club. Mrs. Durr delivered a Thanksgiving message. The program was arranged by Mt«. W. Glenn Klrby. 150 Attend PTA Card Party Here Approximately 150 persons attended a card party last night In ho Prospect street school, under the sponsorship of the Proapccf street Parent-Teacher Association. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Francis Moss, Mra. Russell Palmer, Mrs. Jri m( , H Scullln, MI-H. Louis Emons nnd Mrs. Harry Roberts. A mystery prize was won bv Mrs. Frank Grabowaki. Mrs. Palmer was In charge of the arrangements for the party. PERSONALS A meeting of the executive com- P« n*. T f u h ° H ° P Brook Hcho » 1 Parent-Teacher association scheduled tomorrow night has been postponed to Nov. 28 at 8 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Theodore Voyda Glcnbrook Garden apartments,' Bridge street. Friendly Department Store" SHEER SORCERY FOR LOVELIER LEGS leg-size stockings 40 DENIER MEDIUM SHEERS $1.50,,r For hardest wear, working, walking.or sports' SO DENIER SHEERS $1.75 |,r EUuly"* 1 "!' ° r *** tlm ° du «W»ly with 20 DENIER VERY SHEERS .. SI.85 pr For after-five glamour, satisfying year. 15 DENIER fr^ _ _ GOSSAMER SHEERS 3) 1.JfO pr For Dressiest hours, sheerest beauty. Bewitching, that's'what'it is! The way Bellc-.Shariuecr Stoekinp.s fit c%-ery little curve of your legs-, transforming them beautifully . . . you'd think these famous stockings vrerq inarle for your very own lef?s . . . and they are! Belle-Sharnieer Nylons are imuk! in all leg sizes to fit all le? sizes perfectly. Colors include Tower Taupe, Skyline, Nttttroiie, Boulevard, City Dusk, Ash Lite and Wine Velvet. Sizes 8y 2 to 11. for deader for avenge for tall, •c until let» ibe leg* larger leg) I'. STREET FXOOfc 28th Anniversary To Be Observed By Sea/rs Couple Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Seara of j Pond Hill will celebrate their 2Slh wedding anniversary ThanltHKivlng Day. They were married Nov. 24, 1921. Mrs. Scars is the former Beatrice Schiller, daughter of Louis Schiller, of Prospect rond, antl the Uitc Mrs. Schiller, and Mr. Sears Is tho nan of Mrs. Frank A. Snarn of Naugtil.uck, and tho lute Mr. .Scars, They are tlio parents of three sons, Robert, Donald, who IM majoring in electrical engineering at Rennselaer Institute of Technology. Troy, N. Y.., and David, who. is president of his eighth f.;rudc class at Central avenue school, Mr. Sears was the first president of the Pond Hill Community club, and has continued to/be active In its program. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sears are supporters of the Parent-Teacher Association movement In the borough. For 2fi years Mr. Sears has been employed as a foreman at the Watcrbury plant of the Risdon Manufacturing Co. Fraternal Bride Of Sunday Girl Scout Cookie Sale Resident/) of Nmitfatuck will Ijr called on throughout the balance of the month by Brownie and In'fiv- cnedintc Girl ScoutH for orders for Girl Scout cookies. Miss Marf.iia Beck, chairman of day camping ol' the Naugatuck DJslrict, nn- nonnood toddy. An ntlriii-flvi) dliiplny of !(><• tili'l Hciml. codklmi mny (in M«itn nl Parker's Slallonory atom on Church street. A specified portion (.'' the proflln realized from l.h<< miln of tlii> Girl Seoul cooklnn <vi)l he Met n-Hldn for the li-nnH|«jrtiitlun of Girl Scotil.s to the day oamp n«xt r.ummcr, mennlng more girla ',\i]l be nbln to enjoy the tikilllUnH r.f the well miprrvlHcrl cnmp dur'm.f the •wiit-m we'ithor. Assisting MiMH Berk in the cnoUl> will? f-vimpnlgn In MiKH Mlrliun Norlh, H.IHO a mumbitr of the dl'j- frlct committee of Naugaluck. NAUGATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, NOV. 22, 1919-PAGE 3 What Our Readers Think! kittle League No Place For Prejudice And Selfishness, Interested Observer Writes; Don't Disappoint The Kids Naugntuck, Conn. Nov. 22, 1949 Dear Editor of The Mown: The recent statement by a borough burgoas who has always /op- resented himself as one devoted to the Interests of children, suggesting I ho exclusion of out of .town men from membership In tho Union, City Little League has como fia-a nhock to many of us. In tho flrwt. placo, Iho nnodit of children transcend such petty arguments. And just for the heck of It, this reader tried to figure out the names of those to whom the burgess referred in his remarks! It is difficult. Certainly he did not refjr to Ed McGrath of the U. S. Kubbt— who Introduced the idea and plan lor a Little League to the Naur-ri- tuck Exchange Club not more Iha-i year ago, and who has been ac- tive In Its support on Iho LIUio League became a reality And rcr- Uilnly not to Tom Dillon, prp.nlduiil of Iho NauK<it.u.ck Industrial Council! Both of Iboso mon work for human welfare wherever the orva- alon arises. They were elected to membership in the Little Len K u,> by vote of other members. Surely no one thinks of these two men an 'oul-of-towncrs". Not really- And to gol back to the nropo-md Union City Llttlo Loixjruo, a lot or tnc children of that area «nd of the East Side are my good frlenda! They are pretty thrilled over prospects of a Little League all their own. And frankly, I am sure the k!ds will welcome Ihe help of anyone In their behalf, whether ho lives in Naugatuck, Water-bury or Ypsllanti, Mich. I was talking v-i!h several of them Sunday afternoon. Thcty won't Ilka It n. nil If prejudice f^ntl HclflKhiir.Hti nrfi nllowed to h? n purl of thnlr I..it,ll<> I^atjuc. Don't dlHttppolnt t!ift kWn: Thank you, INTERESTED OBSERVER. Merodlth Studio Mrs. Irving Llnltcrmun, the former Eleanor Fayo Sherman, daughtor of Mr. and Mt-H. Alirulium Shormim, Wutnrbury, who lx'<:i«ini- tho bride of Mr. MelMTimui Snnduy afternoon In thn Winmum.V iwrfurmed In thu ll(»t<;l ICIloti, Walnrhiiry. Mr. Llohcrmun IH tho son of Mrs. Doru Llpberman, H4 Ward fitrcet. Jeff Klub Plans ___ Holiday Dance A Holldfiy Fro 1 In will hn held by the Jeff Klub Hiilurduy ovcnlnif, Dec. 3, In 'Ihe American Hrn.:«i Country Club, with Mr. and MIT,. Phillip Cianciolo of Water-bury, in phurRB of nrninftemBntB. Rny HotchlUaa nnd his orchcstni has been cngngcd to Turnl.sh miiHii: for danclnj;. Prizes will be awarded for novelty dances nnd jrnmo/i. AimlHllriK the r;o-i:hnlrmitn nrc> Mr. und Mra. Anthony Clnnclolo, Mr. and Mrs. AujfUHt. DoVlrottlo, Mr. unt! Mrs. Eufcone Liicchln.i, Mr. and Mra. Edward JunlcnwHkl, 'Mr. nnd MI-B. Phillip Burrows. Leg-ion Women Plan Telephone Sale A telephone sale to Niuiffntuek housewive« of uHeful household ilema will be conducted by members of tho Ladles' auxiliary of Nuug-atuck American Legion Posl, No. 17, with proceeds to be used for Chrlfftrnaa work In veterans hospitals. Miss Dorothy Broder, president, has appointed Mrs. Esther Boden- hnmer as sale supervisor, j STEREO STORIES lllultrated with full <oler plctur.i that -com* la III*" IN THREE DIMENSIONS Children's ilorlet Illuilratrd with ' (att color ncrcotcopic pholorr»ph« : mounted in itytn-iccnt VUw. Muter R«i!>. Or.nd (Kli | ar every child. • FAIIY TAU IIIEIS 35c, 3 lor $1.00 • WILD ANIMAL KtELS 3Sc, 3 tor f 1.00 • CHMITMAS STOItY Pocket of 3 R M li, tl.OO • MBLi STORY HitS 50c »ach • HOLY LAND MCLS 35c, 3)of Jl.OO STEREOSCOPE * Jt* SWEENEY'S Art nnd Stiulonci-y MTOIHJ Supervisors Club To Hold Dinner Meeting Tonight Supervlsorn of tho f.lylc Gaiter TVpart.ment of the U. S. Rubbisr Co. footwiTiir plivil will Mill, an hoHte.MHCB ai. a dlnnur nintit.lng of the Super- viiiorfi' Club tonlghl. at. the Pnvk Plncc restnurnnl, I:i<illa 'Mnrltino. chtilrmiin of th^ diiiiKir-iiifii.'lInx, will he HHHlril.cd by Ccsil Kander.s, nnlcrlalnment; Ann Pnwr-lchak, Jen nip Bondler, Lena i'climl nnd Ann K/omikl, rnvoi-M; fii/|)lilf! f/'orninh nnij Ann O.slrem, deooi-Mt.lonfi. Tho meeting contlnuoK the season started lant. month when 50 mora- IJCIH of tho Supervisors' Club mnda a trip to New York for a day's out- inj; of. window shopping and to sft> ''As The OirlM Co By." Thi! I >i'ci'inb('i- mi-i'Ung will bij plfitmi-'l by riii'icrvlHoi-.i «f (he Heavy Gtiodii Making Dupartrni-nt who (il.so will serve nn ht)nte;iHoa. Throughout the balance of Ihe club ycur, Hupervlnonj of each department of the local plant will hant.Ho ;i monthly mr'et.lng. Pond saln.M and olher rnoripy raising nrt.lvltins \vi!l (i,lie place ID support Inn R(.Plla MrC'nnii Hcliolai-Hhli> KimtJ wiilflh tniikes It poMiilhlr! for the won or '•'-'Ughlcr of » fuolwi;;n- plant f'ir,~ ployn l.o compote for the $500 award to. defray coylH in tholr collt!f,-j ircshman year 1 . The offlcci'H of the fHupcrvloncn Club who soi-ve a two-year to.rm nru: President, Margiirct Davison; vIce-proBldent, Bertha Ritcwuskl; secretary, Katherlno Dro'/.nic.k, and trca.surer, Alice L>ysacoskl. Couple Tlo Maffr 9th Anniversary Mr. nixl Mi-ri. N. Antonio Brodour of NIIW jliivnn 1'iiiiU, will uitlnhriit.it I heir ninth wedding unnlvorHiiry, Nov. 2<t. They were married Nov. 24, 1040 In the Congregational church liy the Into Kov. TCdwiml Hancu, Their children are NolMOn Joseph, three yearn of aije, and Linda Lou, six yearn old. Mra. Broduur In the former Miir- jorlo Dwy, d/i.uKhter of Mr. and. Mrs. CharleH Dwy of California, former local residents. Mr. Brodeur, a native oT MfiH^uchuRottH, is employed at tho NauKdluck Chumlcul. WSCS Program In Observance Of Youth .Week A projfmm In obHcrvnnco of Youth Week will bo pre.'iented n.t n. moOl- inK of the Womun'B Society of Christian Sci'vlee In the Methodist church hall Wednesday evening-, Nov. MO at 8 o'clock. Charlotte Floyd will present n. hook review on the book, Tumble- wnoti Boy by Eleanor Hull. Minn Poai-l Adklmi will dlncUHH •inr work ut-t.ho Southbtiry Training .school, nnd the Junior choir will sing. The wornhip service will Vic in charge of the Youth Group and the Sundriy uchool. HoBtnascH will be Mrw. Prank Valentine, Mrs. William RlchardH, Dr. I Alda Wcntworth and Mrs. Oliver Walloch. Mr. nnd Mrs. William N. Gardner, who were marrleil last Friday In t.hn Second ConfrroRational church, Wnlorbury, will renldo at 19 Wln.slow court following- a. wedding trip. Mrs. Gardner before her marriage \va.s Mr.s. Rose Helen Ryce, daughter nf Victor Wnynrmnn, Wa- torliury, Mr. Garner formerly resided In Now Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baker of Chestnut Htreet. will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary tomorrow. They were married Nov. 23, 194-1, in St. Francis' Church by the Rev,. Albert Taylor. She la the former Mary Froellch, daughter of Mrs. Wlillam Froelich of Naugatuck and the late Mr. Froelich. Mr. Baker is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Baker of Oakvllle. He Is employed at the Naugrituuk Chemical. There will be no meeting of CJirl Scout Troop. No. 3-1, Friday ar'.er- noon this week. MenPast40! Old"? WantOld-timePep,Vim? Want Normal, Younger Feeling? Do jou «»r raa'ro "olil" wlion weak, llmim 01- luint«l M 40, 50. 60? TliounmuH ot ronn ana w ?T l! il d °" lil ' tccl "' "»>»"• »! I> IIUIo"t»pnln« up" wltii Oltrn. ContnliH wnlo for bodlai old nolifly ^""!?, '°S ln ' rnn - Now """oiliiolonr »l»n now mttl too. Try OMrnx Trmlo Tnlilotn <or normal vim. vlWJIty, ytofH ycmu(r<;r foojjine. tlila vory <lny. AUocoululu vluinlo bi. calcium ami yiimpiioni. iM all ilniK Htiirim <>vi>r>'wlii'm — In KnitviitiK-k, nt KiiMKiitnck Drnu. SMART — RAOY — STREAMLINED NEWEST 1950 MODEL GENUINE COLUMBIA BICYCLES BEST LOOKING BIKES IN TOWN FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF ALL AGES — ALL SIZES SELECT EARLY _ FOR BEST CHOICE USE OUR XMAS CLUB LAY-AWAY PLAN PAY AS LITTLE AS $1 A WEEK Lincoln f) Siore .61 WEST MAIM PERSONALS Miss Lucinda Hoadley will discuss her work at the Chlppcwa Indian reservation In South Dakota at a mooting of tho Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church Monday evening, Nov. 28 at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Clarence Nelson ,284 Hillside avenue. Katherlno Brcnnan is a member of tho nmingeninntw comrriHtoc for i prospective BtudontH toa to ho icld Saturday in tho parlors of tho Knights of Columbus hall, Water- jury, under the sponsorship of the Watcrbury chapter of tho College of Now Rochellc alumnao. VENETIAN BLINDS OF t STAY BEAUTIFUL BECAUSE THEY STAY Clean Onr hlim'lK ciiHtom tniidu with new FLEXALUM actually shed ilust. . . wipe clcnti with a flick of u cloth. Won't, fade. Keep lovely nrnvne.SH for and years. BLINDS from $3,20 up their years SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STOBB 70 Church St. — Phone 8888 .NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON Mazanski Directs Decorations For Gold Star Ball The decorating committee of Gold Star Post. Catholic War Vot- eruns. in charge of Stanley Mazanski, meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock to cumplntc dcror.-itinjr Fnloon Hull for tho fourth unnmil Mlll- tni-y Ball of the post to be held tomorrow nijrht. Joan Happy will ho featured vocalist with the Follx Zcmbruskl orchestra and Daniel Sweeney will sing The Star Spangled Banner. Austin Phillips, >po.n bugler, will sound Taps. Dancing will be enjoyed from 9 to 1 o'clock and some reservations are still open. An Individual Hair Style— by- STYLE CUT — $1.25 Wondering what the new, shorter look in hp.-lr styles will do for you? After a eonHiiltntion with our hair Blyli.sl,, you will rw.lixc Iho Gorier look can be most feminine mid flatt.ir.ijiK when .si.yh-,1 just for you. Consultation with Mr. Norm on without dun-go Open MOM. Thru Sut. 0 A. M. l.o 0 1'. M. Friday Nit.es Till !) 1'. M. |PHONE5522 NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON 87 MAPLE ST., GIFTS FOB HER ( CHRISTMAS CLUB SHOPPERS . . Shop Rosenblatt's For Practical Gifts for Everyone In The Family WOMEN'S PURSES In the McnsnnVt outstanding Special plus tax GIFT SLIPS In regular and extra sixes. Pino quality inultii'iluincntsj, All colors. 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