Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 25, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, November 25, 1949
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Personal—So cial—Fraternal Willici/m Triaftio Tfakes Waterbury GirlAis Bride In a Thanksgiving Day br.dul yesterday morning: in St. Lucy'.; Church, Watebury. William Joseph Triano. son of Louis Trian.i, J G Carroll street, .and the .late Mrs. Triano, took as hift.bride.' Elizabeth Mary DiLeo> daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Nunzib DiLeo of Waterbui y. Given in marriage by hi>r father, the bride wan 'attended by her .'•' :ter. Mrs. Daniel Porillo, as matron of honor. Rocco Triano serve;! na hi* brother's belt man. Jllvod r-ompona decorated the altar, and the musical »ervlee was provided by Leo Curci- of JNcw Jersey nnd Marie DILoo, Waterouy, cousins of the bride, ipho. sang Schubert's ''Ave Marie" knd "Pajiis An^ol- icus." The bridtt worn an, ivory slinpc.- aatin gown de»igned with a Chinese neckline,: mandarine sleeves, dotted bodice and full skirl terminating in a train. Her fingertip veil was attached to an ivcry satin tiered cap, and she carried a. prayer book marked with an orchid, stephanotls and Ivy. Her attendant wore a sea foam trreen taffeta gown fashioned with u Chinese neckline, <Mpe sleeves, fitted bodice and full gathered skirt. She wore mitts, a headpiece of taffeta with plumes And carried a bouquet of yellow and bronnc pompons. A reception for 300 was held at Eorrelli's restaurant.- Waterbury, with the bride's mother receiving !n a black dress, black accessories and corsage of red roses. Out-of- town guests were from New York New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The bride wore as her traveling outfit f. black suit, black accessories and gray Chinese kidskln coat, when the couple left on a wedding trip to an unannounced destination. Ur-oa their return they will reside Lt 46 Carroll street The bride a'- tended Wilby High School, and thj bridegroom, who served four yearn in the Army, attended Nuugatuck High School, VFW Card Party Planned Tuesday A public curd par;y and b\ax<i will be held Tuesday cveninc; ar. £ o'clock, under tho auspices of the Lj-dles' auxiliury of Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, In r the VFW Home, Rubber avenue. MI-H. William Gerber i.s r.hnirm;,n of the iirrnnKemi'iilH coinmitle,!, assisted by Mr.s. Henry, Echini:;!!. Mr:;. Victor I.pmolne, Mr.s. Michr."! MUK.I.H, Mrji. James Schaff. Rc- tcshments will be served. Missionary Group To Elect Monday Thi> annual moi-lim' and election- of officer* of the Women's Missionary society of the Salem I,u- thei-an church will be held Monday evenin/; at 8 oclosk at tho home of Mrs. Elmer Sanford. 3 Chestnut street. Personal- A miscellaneous shower was hold recently by Mr.s. John Knauf, Wri- terbury ,in honor of Miss Ann Rcit- dyke, Waterbury, who will be married tomorrow to Charles S. L,. Marlor. Wood bury, former NaviKatuck resident James M. Mart, a senior in the school of business administration. University of Connecticut, Hpent the holiday at the home of bin parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeForest L,. Hart, 27 Fuller street. Mrs. Myrlio Donovan nnd Mr;;. Martha Andrews of Maple .street, and Heibert Johnson, High street, are spending- the holiday week-end a* gue-Hts of Mrs. Donovan's Kon and daughter-in-law, Mr. ,-ind Mr.s, John Donovan in Lewiston, Mo., where Mr. Donovan i.s a professor nt Bates college. Miss Alice Quish of North Main s-treet is visiting the next in d.-iy.s with her nephew, William Connote raid Mrs. Connole in Arlington. V:L. \ The nominating committee, uiu nominating committee, in- Animal fats were used as lubri- cluoing Mrs. Justine Olson and >nf«,.M ;«,i—»—I Mrs. Eric Oabricison, will present cants before the petroleum industry ' •--- - .•• Hi^mn was developed • ' a s)atc of officers for the co-^in<I year. Visit Our TOYLAND GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET Free Delivery Telephone 5044 CITY BAKERY TBAPl^E ST. TEL. 3678 Open Dally 6:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Wedding Cakes Delivered Marzpan Fruits Birthday Cakes Miss Helenanne Donovan a sophomore at tho College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, N. Y. is spending the Thanksgiving-holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Donovan, Park avenue. A public card party will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, under the sponsorship of the Pond Hill Community club, in the club house. Mr. and Mrs. John Davison are spending the holiday weekend at the home of Mrs. Davison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Berry, Walnut street. Mr. Davison is studying at the University of Connecticut, Storrs. Dorothea/ Hfroch f Hjolidci/y In St. Fronds' In a (joubli: r;n^ r<>remony yrs- lerddy luoriihiK in KL ]'Ymici»' Church, DoniUicn TAm\ Uro-'li, ilMj^htcr of Mr, nnd Mrs. PVnnlt J. Hroch. 7;j Murjori). Htrocjl, lic- f.-:,mc tin; hridc oT Sobiistinn A. BiiJi/.:ino, son of Mr. and Mrs. Car- miilo MiiKKano, ."!!)7 Hi^li strrct. '1'lic Kcv. Or-.m-Kf. tiiirin i>i>i-f<irnic-d Hi;J doulilii rliif; ('('('('[noriy mi fhn hridc was pi-pscntrcl in m;»rrij;j r f; by JK>I flltlllM-. The brldiil ptirly IniMiided: MI-M Knmk .1. Hroch,' Jr., MiHti!r-lii-l!i>v ol the bi-ldr, matron of honor; MiH', jfickie HruHfilui 1 , W«li>rbiiry r m/ild t-.t honor; Minn I^iis Hroch. O/.om> Park, N. Y., i-.imsin of the. brirle, M!KS Doris Tlf.nx. Richmond Hill, LOIIK Island, N. Y., MJKH Putrlfi.i Hnckr-lt, Brnr'on KallH and Mis." P.clty Marinno, hrlili'^rrniids; Mi. j s Julia Noonnn. flower girl; OV'ral.l Nnonan, i-intc hearer; Frank .1. Hroch, Jr., brother of the brid.', am' Charlos .DeCtirlo, best mi^n, Robert. Jones, Thomas Cllshum, .^ichai-d Painter, Felix Nardcllo, usliers. The .illar WDM ducor.'ilod with lioiunietn ol' .loyanc.e red I-OIHM, while roses and palm*. Kololst ' Camel Sweeney, who rendered " AriKollciiH," "On ThiK Day f)h Beautiful Mother" and Av^ Mfiria. Tho bride wan attired in a. tw.i piece gown of candlelight skinner .satin designed with a «truple.w bodice edged with beading, full skirt extending into a long circular train, fitted jacket with .--m- brold«r«d liipe! r.ollur trimmed wilh a scroll of need jif.-jirlH urid bn;,'l-! bciids, buttoned down front, lom; lilted Klecives with befuled cufl'H. Her fingertip veil of scalloped French illusion was set off with a queen's coronet of orange blosaonia, and she carried a mother of pearl l>raye book marked with orchids .-'.nd Htephanotia. , The ol' honor wore a two piece white sutln gown with stra.p]e«s bodice, ful Iskirt, bolero jacket wilh short sleeves. She wore matching mitts, a large red i picture hat trimmed with lace, and carried a prayer book marked with Joyance red roses and stephanotia. The maid of honor wore a white satin gown with standing collar, cop sleeves, fitted bodice, and full skirt with apron effect edged with Alccon lace. She wore a small ruffled red satin hat and carried a prayer book marked with roses and ste- iphanotis. The bridesmaids wore gowns of whtie satin with round necklines, illusion yokes, lace cap sleeves fitted 'bodices and full .rkirts set off with side paniers. They wore short ruffled mitts and red satin hats trimmed with lace, and carried small cascade bouquets of red roses. The flower girl wore a gown of white i?atin with Peter Pan collar, cap sleeves, fitted bodice and full skirt with padded hops.. She wore a white Tulin-Cutting Bridal Held At Fort Benning lace M. Miss .l Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cutting of Park avenue, announce the mar- rln:;r of i.lnilr daughter, Lelti Anne Culling, |» Mom. Irving Elliott Tu- Un, Him of Sidney Tulln ol l ; lari- i'ord, and thu lute Mrs, Tulin, which look place Sept. ','. In tho main chapel of the Infantry Center, Fort On. Chaplain (Col.) Wal- Halo officiated. lane Com.stoek of Cheshire K maid of honor, nnd Lieut. H/ivagi; of .Stamford wun best man. Others u (tending tho nuplm!:, 1 included LIc-ul. and Mrs. Ooiinld M. l-iiuii-iliiiiiii of lintibury; Drill. n,n| .V)r;<. .loricph L (! |jcl of WnUirlmry, and othc;r officurn and thoir \S-|VI'M. Mrs. Tulin In a graduate of the SVatcrbiiry hospital School of Nm-a- In, 1 ,', and thtf Unlvei-Hlty of Connecticut. Klin I.s a member of Phi Mil Kornrlty. l.ieut, Tulin attended Washiiiivtnn anil LIM* -.inlvcr.sity and t.hi' UnlvcM-slly of Connecticut and i>i a membi'i- of 1 '111 Kpinolon PI fru- (erriily. Me %vlll return in the spring term to the University of Connecticut to continue his studies. The couple arc 1 residing in Hartford. THE SHAH PLAYS HOST TO TRUMAN p U h! N< ? ™ STA " , D ' NNER at " Wash ingt°n hotel, Mohammed Re 2a Pahlevl, 30-year-old Shah ol Iran, talks things oWr with President r^V'^" q V 0t EiVe " f ° r tho naUon ' a Chief Executive by the vti?- £fi Shah. Attending the dinner were members of the cabinet and the U.S. Supremo Court. Speaking at the affair, the Shah rctifflrmcd _~untnr'..frlendshl n with thn UnHnrl Suu Couple Observe 21st Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. W. Alton Burke of of High street, observed their 2'I.Ht wedding anniversary Tuesday. Mr. and Mr.s. Burke wen* married Nov. 22, 3028 in St. Michael's Episcopal church, by the late Rev. Arthur F. Li-wist. They are the Parents of two sons, Howa.rd fund- Roy tin: laUcii- being a sixth grade .pupil at Control Avonur- .wibool. -. MI-H. Burke i,» the former Mayah Huhhell, daughter of Fred Hub'bell and the late Mrs. Hubell. Mr. Bi-uke is the son of the !ate Mr. and Mr.s, William Bruke- of Niuigntuck and is propricor qf Burkc's Dairy. lace picture hat and carried a basket of red roses. A diner for 100 and reception for 200 was held at Lift-The-Latch Inn, with tha bride's rnother receiving in a dress of teal blue trimmed with ChantiUy lace, silver nnd rhincstone beading,, black accessories and orchid r.oraage. ""he bridegroom's mother wore a .avy blue dress, black accessories and orchid corsage. Out-of-town ;ucats were from Schene-ctady, N. ., Hartford, Waterbury, New Yoz-k city, Arizona, Texas, Maryand, Miami, Fla., and .surrounding Connecticut owns. "file couple left on a wedding trip ot Miami Beach, the bride traveling- in a moonstone blue velveteen suit with matching- accessories and orchid corsage. Upon, their return they will reside in Beacon Falls. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bazzano are graduates of Naugratuok High .school, and the bridegroom' servec in the Merchant Marines. Expect 300 At Dance Tomorrow An attendance of about 300 In ex- puctod tomorrow night at the Harvest Hop, a dance, sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary of Montunari- niido post, Italian-American War Veteran.-), in Christoforo Colombo hall, South Main street, from 0 .to 1 o'clock. Lillian Gargonia, president, is In charge of the arrangements committee, assisted by Antoinette Zuccarelli, publicity; ' Mary Plchulo, Jennie Nardello and Jay Tangredi' refreshments; Josephine Klnnoch and Jennie Fazzino, tickets; Anguline Curiello, checking. Gene Di- Zinno and his orchestra will provide music for dancing. Samuel Annenberg, a student at. the Unuiversity of Missouri, is apemling the holiday weekend at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Annenberg on Hill street. Justine Sanford, a student at Centenary Junior college, Hackctts- town, N. J., is spending the holiday weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sanford, 3.Chestnut street. Miss Astrid Anderson of New York city, spent the holiday'at her nome on Park avenue. Barbara Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Olson, Park avenue, is home from Vassar college. VJEWMASTERS ff M • $2.00 J^JJ)JOMS!On itd , Jk PROJECTOR $9.95 PROJECTOR Model S-l REELS 35c 8 for ijil.OO 7-Kodiuihromc, Views on Kucit Roel Hundreds of Different Scenes of UNITED STATES and FOREIGN COUNTRIES FAIRY TALES CHRISTMAS STORY A Your rhoto Dealer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONEKY STOBE 213 Church St., Naugatuck ^NAOCATUCK NEWS (CONN.). FRIDAY, NOV. 25, lfM9—PAGE S Realty Transactions The following papers have pcei filed in the office of Town Cle:-k Kaynrond J. St. John: Ortlrivnlro Of Illstrihution rental o of Chnrlnn A. Johnson 1o Amiim.ia C. Johnson, Crirl Johnson nnd Kiwi J. Petci'Hon, property on Qulnn stret't. Naugatuck Savings Bank to Vin- ccnzo Aquovia and Angelina Afjuavin Giuffre. KABTIKJIJAKKS WAY DOWN HclenllHtB nay Home earthquakes occur IIH far down as 1,000 miles below the earth's surface. FISH STAND HKAT Some fish can live in spring wa- ler us hot as 115 degrees F. Columbian Squires Visit Fire Station Twenty members of MSRT. Flan- nu'Kivn Circle, Columbian Squires, mado.frtour ot th<> Nauiratuck Kiro Department Wednesday nl«ht. Fire Chief John J. Sheridan reviewed the history of the fire deportment and led the tour through the station. He described for the boys nil of the npparatuo currently housed at the firchouse. Arrangement)! for the tour were mad.- bv the civic committee, headed by Edward Dclancy, chairman After the InnpcctJon of the flrc- hoiiHfi, thr. Squires attended the in Columbus Hall. CLAYTON'S PRESENTS... DIAMOND PLATINUM ENGAGEMENT RINGS- NtW AND TRULY tOVtlY OHMONO CNOAOtMtNT ' WNOS AT MODIBATC PBICMI DIAMONDS ' CARCrUUY StltCTtD rod MATCNINC COLO* AND aHllLIANCI, IM fUTIHUM* MOUNHKOI -* TO PSOTtCTTMOII^ DIAMONDS THROUIH * TMCTCARI. ' ' ./ ^ ''-,-- rowM 0 » B80llT *" (t>< " THIil0fOIAMOKDi '"" UT ""' •••••• ». DIAMOND lointiMwrn 4 f roc OUMOKDI metvoiNi t MMtmi " WATMWi . . » . 4M.M PERSONAL BUDGET PLANS Take One Year To Pay SAVE 22% TO 53% in HAD LEY'S 35th BIRTHDAY PARTY Sove Up to $30.15 on Famous-Make 9 x 12 Axminster ADLOOMRUGS ularly Priced to $79.50 All Other Sizes ot Big Savings B-I-G Companion Feature! Reg. $3.95 HALL and STAIR CARPETINGl We bought all the maker had ... 3000 yards of Velvei Axminster car** m ^^S^^^'^S^Si 90 ^ in rich co1 " PAYJIEXT YEAR! in the face of rising rug prices . . . IIADLEY'S SCOOPS the TOWN! Many months ago, when we planned for our great .'ttth Birthday Party, IIADLEY'S placed huge orders with the leading rug in ills in (he U.S.A. We bought luxury ione-on-toncs, gorgeous leaf: patterns, handsome scrolls, curved effects and handsome Colonial patterns! We selected all the newest and best decorator-styled colors ! Unit, 20 yqrds to a customer! "Waterbury'i Friendly Department Store" Due To Balloon Parade THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28th 12 NOON 'TIL 8:45 P. M. PLACE THESE ON YOUR GIFT LIST • • • AND RECEIVE COMPLIMENTS Chenille Robes Sizes 12 to 20 Sizes 40 to 46 A prety practical robe for cozy wjiriuth, lonp wear, easy laundor- alnJity. Fashioned of thick fluffy chenille j n classic style- with full wrap-around skirt, 'shawl collar Ihrco-quarier length sleeves and <l<'(-p S id<! pockets. Jieaiitiful col- ws of Camellia and Aqua, also White, Sizes 12 to 20 ... 40 to Quilted Rayon Satin Robes Sizes 12 to 20 $10-98 QUILTED $10.98 CHENILLE $7.98 and $8.98 A luxurious robe that will thrill every woman. So easy to slip into ... so handsome to wear. Fashioned of rayon satin, deeply quilted, beautifully lined in* rayon crepe. Designed -with ful sweeping skirt,- slash pockets, soft flattering collar. Luscious shades of American Beauty, Royal Blue, Copen, Cedar Rose. Sizes 12 to 20. SECOND FLOOR

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