Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 23, 1949 · Page 4
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 4

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 23, 1949
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Social Entertained At Surprise Party Mrs. Francis Shannahan of Park place, entertained at a surprise party Monday e-vening In honor of Mrs. William Bowman at lie home. Members of St. Francis' Mothers club and several flruosts, including the Rev. Albert Taylor, were present. Mrs. Bowman was presented nn afg-han made by members of the club. A luncheon was served. Personal Fraternal Musical Headquarters for 43 years Yes TIME MARCHES ON and we try to .g«t BIGGER and BETTER as the years roll on. Four Floors gives us all a lot of room to move around. Spinet Piano* Television Radios . Combinations ... Records .." Music .. Visit Our Now Children'* Ife«ord Room 158 GRAND STREET Waterbury, Conn. Dolores Redo Engaged To Wed Mr. nnd Mn?. Israel Redo, 3-1 Tolles square, announce the en- Saj;oment of their dr.ughter Dolores, to Mrinuel Ruela, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Ruela, 39 Cliff street. Miss Redo nttonrled 'Naupatuck High .school nnd Is now employed at the ausatuck Glass Co. Mr. Ruolti is an employe of the U. S. Rubber Co. Fentow-Raipieff Nuptials Hjeld' In St. Enr/reeis' 1 In a setting of fall flowers, Grti- cviove R. Rnpleff, daughter of Mf. ,-ir.d MI-H. Ulchnrd N. Rnpieff, 12!) Cherry street, became the bride of Patrolman James F, Fnnton of Cherry street, son of Hit; lat.n Mr. ;iml Mrs. Tliomny Fenton, ycslorcl.".;/ iiornlnp In St. Fnincln' Chiu'c'i. The Rev. George Dunn performr-J ; the single ring ceremony :IH Ihr) ! Newlyweds Cut Bridal Cake Parewell Party Honors Wooster Street Couple Mr. and Mrs, Anthony Pogiln, Morris sftrrct. enteijtr^ned n t a fnrewell party rocentry in honor 'if Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Von Etenr* of Wooster street, who nre. movinr; soon to their former place of rc-ii- aeiinc, Patchoprue, Long Island, N. Y. They have lived In Nau^a- tuck about eight years. Mr. and Mrs. Von Etens wove presented a mirror for their new home. Their niece, Miss Marion H,yng", will reside with them on Lonp Island. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Harry*Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Hrir- n'tl Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. John Koiodziej, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. William Roy, Mra. Marjorie Phillips, Miss Amy Jones, Miss Helen Kurylak, Mrs. R!ie!a Monoe Lave, Mrs. Francis Babbitt, Jack Monroe, Robert Phlllliw. Cheater Bennett, Mrs. Harold 'Roy, Martin Jcznnch, Clifford Hotch- kl.-.h, Mrs. Mary Rybinski and Mrs, Charles Sirica. John Tuley arrives Friday from Mount Hermon School for Boys, to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Tulcy on..Allcrton road, TRY THE K offee ottage For Your Thanksgiving Dinner "From Your Choice of Wines to a Home Made Dessert" -Reservations Will Be Appreciated WHITNEY AVE. Tel. Cheshire 538 .-A CHESHIRE : oi'ide was presented in marriage by her father. Mrs. Roger Kelly of Southbury served as her sister'H matron of honor, and Kenneth Rapleff of BoHon, Mnss.. brother of the bride, wns best iruin. FrnnKUn Mnrian-.> an<! Charles Clark ushered liie pucsts from New York, Boston, Annoniu, New Hnven, Sotillihury and the borough. James Gorni.'tn if Wiilurbury sang Ave Mnrln and Pimls AnKelicuB. The bride wa.s attired in' n floor ngth champnpne French Chun- Lilly lace gown with underdresu of plush satin designed with a Hwrj.-r- leart neckline. She worn lar.c niitts, a sweetheart halo of Frenr-h Cbantilly lace and salin, and curried a bounuol of pinl( llnlnil pur- oenliiH with a shower of pink i::itl.n : ibbons and pardoninH. Her matron of honor worr^ ;i i;own of toast colored lacti wiui Lindcrdress of aqua satin fnshloiio;! similar to that of tho bride's. Rlv> wore ince mlt.tM. sweetheart h;ilci nf lace and carried a bouquet of f-oM chryaantliomumH. , A reception for 1BO was held .'it AnnenberK's Park Place restauraiu, with the bride's mother receiving in a brown crepe drcH.s with jjulrl trim and orchid corsnce. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Kathcrine Lafferty wore a ^rreen crepe ensemble with corsapo of bron'«n pompons. Tho couple nlan a wedding I rip t'irough the southeastern state.-! by car, and after Jan. 1 will be at home at 229 Cherry street. The biide traveled in a gray and navy suit, silver fox Jacket and na\y accessories. She is an employe of the office staff of Peter Pavil, Inn und Mr. Fenton IH >i member of the Nuufcatuck police force. Invite CIuEwomen To Pot-Luck Supper Several' members of the Nmiga- tuck Womnn'n club will ba Ruo»tn of the Naiigutuck Junior Woman's club at Its pot-luck Buppcr-mcetlng to bo held Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock In the Methodist church hall. The invited guests include Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mrs, GcOrge W. Carroll, Mrs. Clifford A. Tocplc, Mr». Armstrong Durr, senior club president; Mrs. Glenn Kirby, Mrs. Norrls Follctt and Mrs, Everett Kogcrs, senior contact. NAUGATOCK NEWS (CONN.), WKDNKSDAV, NOV. Z8, 1949—PAGE I Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. M,ic- Vlear. North Churnh Mi net, arc entartalnlni? Mr». MneVionr'K mo- thor, Mrs. J. W. Alford of Kant Orantrc, N. J., for the holiday wenknnd. Donald G. MacVtcar, Jr., :i Htudrnt at Amherat colleiro. Am- hi'i-Ht. Miuw.. alKO will np«nd the weekend with hi* )>tuontn. Tom Scally l j hoto Mr. ami Mrs, Klchiird William Hcliaefer nhown cutting a bridal culce lit, u rcro/jlloM following their marriage lant Satiirduy mornlrifc in St. Kriinrls 1 church. Mrs. Snhucfer In thn former Annn Kll'/.ahcth Byrne, <luUKhtcr <•( Mr. inttl IVIrn. Kdward .1. Uyrnv, 172 Mlllvllln iiv»niu>, Mr. SelmclVr Is I lie mm of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Schuefer, H BurriU piurr. After » wrdtllrnc trip to ticrmuda, the couple will runldo at l{l<lRi'w«<l llrlRhls, MnxpHth, Inland, N. V. St. Michael's Guild To See Motion Picture A motion picture, "Time for Llv- inR," will bn shown Monday o''i>- nlnK at 8 o'clock, In St. Mlchm 1's parish house at a .meeting of St. Michael's Guild. Members may invite frlomlM to attend. Mrs. G. Poster Gamble, president, will conduct a brief business meeting. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Mildred Hair. North Metin St. Couple Ho Mark 30thAJtiniversafr$ 'Mr. nnrt Mrtt. James H. Plxlcy, 202 North Main street, whose 30'ii vvpdilinK anniversary is Saturday, li'ft lust nielli "n a. lrii> to Cliivo- ianil, Olilu, wiinrcr thoy will vi'ilt leliitlvcH of Mr. Vlxley. Mr. and Mrs. 1'lrley, woll-knov/n 111 NauRaluck, wci-e married Nov. 26, 181D, in New Haven. She Is the former Viva Sauiebury, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Saulsbury of New Haven and Mr. Pixli-.y, n n:\Uvi; or South Carolina, ban lived In NaiiK'ttuck 10 yi-tirs. They have lived at. 2112 North Mnlr. slriM't nlnci' their murrliiBe. Their children are James Plxlcv, jr., and Mrs. Walter Reed. Thcri> urn tlirno grandchildren. Birthday Party Guest Of Honor A party waa held Monday In honor of Beth Vin(;«nt, dauKhtnr of i.Vtr. and Mrs. GeorKo Vincent of 13<!iieon Manor road, who waa celebrating her third birthday. Tho honored (,'uest received many k'iftrj from those attending: Thomas and Peter Van Vessero Carol and Russell Weiss, Diane and Bruce Kirk, John Andersen, Klalno Severson, IJnvId, ThomiiM' arid Jamos M.ahan, Linda Southworth, William and Charles Easterbrookis, Christine Vincent. John F. Coxy, nun of Mr. and Mi-H. Mlrbiilc: On/,y of Radnor avail tit:, H ml rt. fitiuhinl. at CheH'hl iK'.fulemy, In al honu; Cai 1 tlui VioU- dny weekend. At homo for Ihf; holldny wook- end f com Chn.sliiro a nude my I; Solornfin M. AordUlnn, «on of Mr nnd Mr,-. Aliujik C. Aordltinn, 5} ! lornc.Ktc'iid uvt'nue. SOFT DOLLS and ANIMALS $1.00 . $2.98 AT FREEDMAN'S — DOLL LAND Is Ready! Horseman and Sayco DOLLS $1.98 to $7.98 featuring tho Horseman CRY BABY DOLL Thiil. cries when you put Ii,. r to !>,>(!, andl stops when you pjc|< |i(. r [,p COWBOY DOLLS $2.98 and $3.98 Make Your Selections NOW!! Use Our Lay-Away Plan M. Freedman Co. 191-199 CHURCH STREET Naugatuck, Conn. Kenneth Barratt, a pre-rticdlca! student at- Wcsleynn university, Mlddletown. will spend the holiday with hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeaso Barratt, 109 Johnson street. Carol P. Walker, a ntudcnt <it the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Mnsa., will spend Thanksgiving Day with' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Philip Wulli- nr, 151 Mlllvllle avenue. ADDITIONAL SOCIALS ON PAGE FIVE John B. HO'bcm, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hoben of Rockwell itvenue, is speeding the holiday at hoimi from his ChOHhlre academy VIEWMASTERS Third Dimension _______ __ PROJECTOR $9.95 PROJECTOR $47-50 REELS 35c » for $1.00 7-K«Mlachrnnio View* an Kuch lloc-l ^— — ^««* Hundreds of Different Scenes of UNITED STATES and FOREIGN COUNTRIES FAIRY TALES CHRISTMAS STORY Your Photo Dealer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 213 Church St., Naugntuck * Gift inspiration! XMliUOO /I tidy fitted cat* thai holds its own matching compact, gold-tone lipstick tube and comb) Th*r*'t room too for a hankSt, theatre tickets and cosh ... yet it's so small yaw can tuck it in a pocket) !• genuine calf, snakeikin, suede, gold kid, "velveteen or brocade ... AND in • RAINBOW of colors! $2-98 Plus 3Oc Tax Norwash 1SHOE STORK ZOO CHURCH ST. — NKARV Bf-DG, — NAfGATUCK YOU'RE SO ATTRACTIVE when you get High Fashion from Norwash Look to Norwash for all the latest in fashion accessories .. . because shoes, gloves, or handbags are so important to every outfit.,. and smart accessories make you so attractive when they come from Norwash. Ardsleu MASTER PURSE Plus Yax awneMe For that flattering backward glance, slip on our newest doublewoven Dawnelle shortie; its back interest pays handsome tribute to five rows of hand drawn lucking, a center vent; and delicately handstitched fingers. Washable, of course. "first in fashion in Naugatuck" Grand Centura . . . the rich-look faille bag to complement your smartest costume...magnificently clasped with a crest of lucite mounted on polished gold. Intricately shirred. i Exquisitely shaped. And just as beautiful tnnrfe. Black, brown or navy with matching rayon satin lining. Rhythm Step $2°° Norwash SHOE STOJIE 209 CHURCH ST. — NEARY BLDO. _ NAUOATUOK $13.95 tempts fashion .with Eve's Leaves A pa!r of them... adornir\g a pump-on-a- platform done with inimitable Rhythm Step flattery. Sure to be the apple of yogr Fall wardrobe)

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