Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 26, 1949 · Page 3
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Social And Personal Miss Gra/bowski Becomes Bride* In St. Hed-wg's St. Hadwigr's church wa* the srene of a wedding this morning at 9 o'clock, when the Rev. William Topor performed the ceremony uniting in marriage Wanda Marie Grabo-.vski. 28 School street, daughter of the late Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Grabowski, and Carmen Paul Cairelli, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cairelli, Waterbury. Presented in roairiag-p by her brother. Matthew Grabow:ki. the bride was attended by her -?ister, iliss Helen Grabowski. as maid of "honor. William Vassalo of Waterbury served as be.5t man. The al- Engaged To Wed MBS. CABMEN CAIBELLI tar was banked with yellow pompons, and the musical program was under the direction of Mrs. Theresa Soliwocki, organist, with IXaniel Sweeney as vocal soloist. The bride wore a gown of white slipper satin designed with an illusion yoke, drop shoulder effect, satin bertha collar embroidered with seed f«arls, long sleeves coming: to a point at the wrists, fitted bodice cascade of imported Chantilly lace with ruffles down the front and full skirt with long sweeping- train. Her fingertip veil of imported illusion fell from a crown of satin scented with seed pearls, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and pom-pons centered with an orchid. Her maid of honor wore a sea foam green satin gown fashioned •with a drop shoulder effect, illusion yoke and fitted bodice. She wore a green picture hat of satin trimmed with a bow of maJine, and carried a bouquet of yellow chty- santhemums and green pom-pons. At a reception at Borrelli's restaurant, Waterbury, the bride's sister, .Mrs. John Fleischer received in a brown ensemble and corsage of red ro^es, and the bridegroom's mother fn a black outfit of -white camellias. guests were from and corsage Out-of-town = . Newark. N. J., Bloomfield, N. J., Bridgeport, NCNV Haven, Seymour. When the couple leave on a wedding trip to an unannounced destination, the bride will wear a toast colored dress, black coat and accessories and orchid corsage. Upon their return they will reside on Fairfield avenue, Waterbury. The bride attended Naug-atuck High school and the bridegroom Leavenworth High school, Waterbury. Mr. and Mrs. *>eter Moeckel, and son. Kenneth, of New Haven road, spent the Thanksgiving holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moeckel, Jr.. and son Jeffrey, of Willimantic. Mrs. Moeckel. Sr., will celebrate her birthday Monday night at a family dinner at her home. Calvin Hoadiey, a senior at the University of Connecticut, is spending the weekend at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Fremont Hoadiey on Pond Hill. Thibodeau Photo Miss Doloroes Redo, whose engagement to Manuel Buela, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Buela. Cliff street, recently was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Becio, 34 Tolles square. The couple were honored at an engagement party recently with guests including Mr. and Mrs. Buela, Mr. and Mrs. Becio, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monlz Mr and Mrs. Louis Moniz, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Moniz of Bhode Island, Mrs. Stephen Kecskes and Ildefronsa Freire. What's Doing In Naugatuck A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Saturday, Nov. 26 Harvest Hop, sponsored by Ladies' auxiliary of Montanari-Rado post, Cristoforo Colombo hall, South Main street. FiiaL annual parade of quartets, sponsored by Naugatuck chapter of barbershop singers, high school auditorium, 8 p. m. Monday Nov. 28 Naugatuck Woman's club Junior-. ettes meeting, Legion Home, 7:30 p. m. Naugatuck Junior Woman's club pot-luck supper, meeting, Methodist church hall. Tuesday, Nov. 29 Meeting of Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women, St. Francis' church hall, 8 p. m. Pubic card (party, bingo, under auspices of Ladies auxiliary, Crusader port, Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW Home, 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 Regular meeting, Prospect street school Parent-Teacher association, 8 p. m. Friday, Dec. 2 Food Sale. Brennan's Store, 10 a. m., Sponsored by Glendalc Manor Community Club. Square dancing, open to the public, Lewis Memorial hall, St. Michael's parish house, 8 p. m. Sunday, Dec. * St. Francis' Holy Name Society Forum, Rev. Benjamin Masse, S. J., speaker, 8 p. m., St. Francis" School hall. Vesper service of Evergreen chapter. Order of Eastern Star, Methodist church, 4 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 8 Christmas bazaar and public supper, Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Masonic Temple, bazaar otpens 1 p .m.,, supper, 5 to 7 p. m. LITTLE BIRD IS BIG PRIZE WINNER Michael Matyoka Completes Course Michael Matyoka, 533 North Main street, is one of nearly 400 apprentices registered with the Connecticut State Apprenticeship Council, to. receive certifcate« as. qualified journeymen, at exercises for the southern district of the state to be held Tuesday evening- nt Klein Memorial Auditorium, Bridgeport. Mr. Matyoka has completed his mechanic's training course at the Naugatuck Fuel Co. Principal speaker at the ceremonies will he William T. Carroll, Torrington, Lieutenant Governor of the State. HEARING TODAY Cases of three brothers. Michael, Joseph and Raymond Geneva, all of Waterbury charged with breach of peace, were scheduled to be heard today in borough court by Judge Martin L. Caine. The three were under $2,500 bond. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1949—PAGE 3 To Receive Report On Stadium Site The Union C,ity Community Club will hear a report on possible sites for the Union City Little League stadium at Monday night's meeting at 8 o'clock in the Polish-American Club, it was announced today by Pres. Richard Kelley. The group will also discuss "further plans for the first annual children's Christmas party to be held Dec. 18 in St. Mary's Church hall. male™ '" 6 Se this " buff va " R " Best Bird in Show " Thoms Purnnf f ' rdnAsSOdatiDn ' s Grand Nationals in New York. 1 nomas Purtell of the Bronx owns the little chirr,!*. < International) Funerals Clifford S. Teeple (Continued From Page One) The couple was married Nov. 26, 1919 in St. Mary's church. They have two children, John E. Parkinson and Mrs. William Goodale Jr. Odk St. Couple Wed 30 Yeans Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parkinson of Oak street are observing their 30th wedding- anniversary today, and will celebrate the event tomor- - -„„ „.„., row- at a dinner partv at The Cor- " ner House in Farmin<gton prove the general organization of the movement. Because of lowered age limits in all branches, Cubbing, Scouting and Senior Scouting, many more boys will have the opportunity to become Scouts. However, two important factors enter the picture, Clif points out. First the more boys that join the movement, the more leaders are needed. Second, the larger the Scouting- organization, the greater the financial responsibilities. "We need both of those things to make Scouting what it should be," Clif said, adding, "everyone is in favor of Scouting and what we are trying to do for the boys, but not enough of them will come forward to lend a helping hand in working with the boys or in giving financial aid." In speaking of the re-organization of the Scouting program, Mr Teeple summed it up as "not trying to give the boys what they think they want, but giving them what they should have." The new program will take a boy of eight years old and through trained adult supervision bring him through the various, progressive stages of Scouting until he is in his late teens or early twenties. Senior Scouting embraces Sea, Air and Explorer groups. Mr. Teeple safa, with each planned to help the older boys in fields of Scout-lore they find most interesting. Clif has always loved the out- of-doors and since a boy has loved to hunt, fish and camp in the woods. Until his recent illness Sirs. Nora Bradshaw Funeral services for Mrs. Nora (Clifford) Bradshaw, 85, widow of the late Andrew Bradshaw, who died suddenly Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Walsh. 20 George street, will be held Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park place. A solemn high Mass of requiem will be celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Francis' Church, with hurial in St. James' Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 10 o'clock and tomorrow afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. James Cantor Has 10th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cantor, 28 Tolles square, entertained Wednesday at a party in honor, of their son, James, who celebrated his 10th birthday. Games were played and a luncheon served. Among those present were: Raymond Rossi, James aorne, Rudolph Valentine, Leonard Baker. Robert Knapik, Robert Magnamo, John O'Toole, Dak- Williams, Joseph Celello and William Benson. Makes Dean's List " At Music School Miss Ruth Matson, a sophomore at the Shenandoah Conservatory of Music, Dayton, Va., is on the dean's list of the school for the mid-semester term. . She is spending the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil F Matson, 235 North Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rusate, 934 South Main street, announce the birth of their fifth child, Joseph Nov. 14. in St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Mrs. Rusate is the former Juliana Triano of Naugatuck. Mr Rusate is the son of Mrs. Andrew Rusate of New Haven. Their other children are Anthony, 13, Theresa ,11, Dolores, eight, and Marie four. Max Leonhardt The funeral of Max Leonhardt 85, of 167 High street, one of the oldest German-born residents of the borough who died Wednesday night, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the C. H. Green Funeral Home, 66 Terrace avenue The Rev. Winfred B. Langhorst rector of St. Michael's Episcopal Church, will officiate, with buria! in Grove Cemetery. John H. lorrzeo Funeral services for John Henry lorizzo. three and a half yeai old son of Thomas and Bertha (Hansleit) lorizzo, 139 Conover street, Brooklyn, N. Y., who died Wednesday morning after being struck by a truck near his home will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Fitzgerald Funera Home, 240 North Main street. The Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor of St I Paul's Lutheran Church, will officiate, with burial in Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Ellen Baummer, Mrs. E J Melbourne, Jr., and Harold Stin son are among those attending th< Army-Navy football game today in Philadelphia. They will be the guests of Midshipman "jack Stin- Store Schedule Week Nov. 28 to Dec. 3 Open Monday 9:30 to 5:45 Open Tuesday 9:30 to 5:45 Open Wednesday 9:30 to 5:45 Open Thursday 9:30 to 5:45 Open Friday 9:30 to 8:45 Open Saturday 9:30 to 5:45 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK „... .. " *~^in, unless, Ulif round great pleasure in camping with the Scouts at summer camp and at week-end Camporees Parents are the back-bone of Scouting, according to Clif. Manv of them will favor their sons becoming Scouts, and they take it for granted the boys will be cared for by trained, adult leaders They are, he said, but more Scouts could get more out of Scouting if more parents, especially fathers, would take an active part in the move- Because of his illness Clif hasn't been too active in Scouting for the past few months, but he hasn't lost any interest in Scouting affairs! He in a member of the committee conducting this year's financial drive and he is hopeful that Nau- -•••ick will reach its quota of $3- The drive started yesterday and will continue through tomorrow, with supporters of S cout , nf> to canvass the borough for contributions. Clif Teeple grew up without the opportunity of taking part in an organized Scout troop. After seeing the results of Scouting- in his own community and in his own famny, Clif became devoted to the movement and has given freely of his spare time and efforts to "further promote the movement in the Naugatuck district which includes he borough and Beacon Falls He is one of the small band of menUl in ""*" Wh ° a '' n inatru cess in the borough and he lo^ks forward to .the day- when more and more fathers win take an interest build -"'-""1 Sc °V Ung * ctiv *y to Local Violinists In Radio Program Five Naugatutck youngsters ap -peared on radio station WBRY this morning, according to violin instructor Toffie Thomas. Alice Waskowicz, Ruth, Glazer and Shirley Hupprich, a string trio played Andante from Beethoven's Seventh Symphony, accompaniec by Barbara Burtnett, Naugatuck high school student, on the piano Miss Waskowicz also played a solo "The Song of India". Also hearc in a solo was Joseph Amaral, playing variations on "Home Sweet Home." Mis« Ruth Matson, a student at the Shenandoah Coservatory of Music i n Virginia spent the Thanksgiving holiday with he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mat- .son, North IMain street. Now YOU can give her a HOOVER for only During the last war, Clif was ac- waste a*' h ° me ' t - akin(r part ' n and other programs related "to^the var effort. Because of his modest etmmr nature, Clif is somewhat to discuss his numerous ,.. f n f immunity activities, but nends know him to be a dependable, hard worker. CHRISTMAS PARTY nf Th . e . 47tl X animal Christmas party r! t the .,, Cristof<: "-° Colombo society, w,ll be held Saturday niirht Dec. 17, in the new Cristoforc" Co£ umbo hall, South Main street, from 8 to 1 o clock. Chairman Joseph Rusate will be assisted by Dominic Anjfellillo HOOVER MODEL 115 It's the newest model Hoover Cleaner with genuine triple action. It beats, as it sweeps, as it cleans. See the now Model 115 at our store or phone for a home showing (no obligation). Cleaning tools are available at a slioht extra cost. CARLSON'S 175-185 CHURCH STREET Borough Resident's * Brother Succumbs Frank Kulas, 49, of Torrington, brother of Mrs. Helen Kockowski, Naugatuck, died suddenly yesterday shortly after being admitted to Charlotte Hungerford Hospital. Medical Examiner Dr. H. B. Hanchett said death natural causes. A native of Poland sister he is survived ents, three brothers, sisters, and several nephews. Funeral services will be- held Monday morning at 9:15 o'clock from the Driscall Mortuary to St. Francis' Church, Torrington. Burial will be in new St. Francis' Cem etery. and friends may call at the funeral home this evening- from 7 to 1 o'clock, and tomorrow afternoon and evening. URGE TALKS Washington—Government labor experts have urged Northern and Western coal mine owners to invite John L. Lewis to resume talks on a new contract. Labor sources say these experts have warned the coal men against tying any strings to the Invitation. SEABCH PARTY New Iberia, La.—A search party equipped with a walkie-talkie will penetrate the deep swamp near New Iberia, Louisiana, today to hunt for the wreckage of a plane missing for more than one year. The party will be led by C. A. Doyle, who spotted the wreckage two weeks ago while on a deer hunt in the swamp. RESCUE UNIT Wiesbaden, Germany—American, authorities in Wiesbaden say the U. S. Air Force is mobilizing an airborne rescue unin. They say that the unit will be able to sweep one eighth of the world in searches for missing planes. Notice PKOHATK NOTICE District ol NauKasuck. ss. Probate Court. Nov. 25. A.D. 1949 ESTATK ol Carrie B. Jennlnss. lale ol Nausaluck. in said District, d*- i-i-asuO. The- Administratrix, havini: <;xhlb-/.*vl her auvuunt with suld u»Uite ID thi.i Court [or allowance, and made application {or an order ol diKtrUiu 1 .ion <>l .said ostate. it iK ORDERED, that the r,th day ol December, A.D.. HM9. al 2 o'clock, in the afternoon, standard lime, at th«? Prolate OHicc in NnuRatuck be an«l the same is. asuleried lor a he-irinc on the allowance ol Haiti account, and application and the Court directs :!,.• Administratrix to jrivo notice there-*,;, by publishing this order In some newspaper having a circulation in said d^ - trict. nnd Ijy leaving with, or by maH- intf in letters addressed to each oi ih^ persons interested, and residing wi'li- out the Probate District of NauRatuoic. a copy of this order, nil nt least 2 dr.y-j before snid dav of hearing and relu'in to Ihis Court. Attest. ANN N. UNDKP.HILL, Clerit. was due to , besides his by his par- three other nieces and Asks Court Order In Equipment Sale In a Common Pleas Court suit filed yesterday a.gainst Michael Teach. Naugatuck, and Samuel Teach, Wolcott, a court order for sale of restaurant equipment held as a chattel mortgage as security for a $7,000 note issued Jan. 7, is asked by Anastasia Teach, Waterbury. The equipment is from the Little Hof-Brau Restaurant, Union City. A notice of intetntion to sell he bar and grill on North Main sreet was ' filed this week in the office of Town Clerk Raymond St. John from Michael to Samuel Teach. For Your Convenience OUR TYDOL GASOLINE STATION On Church Street Is NOW OPEN From 7 A. M. to 10:30 P. M. Monday Through Saturday and from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M. on Sunday Ford for '50 50 Ways Finer A1 Used Cars Many Bargains The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St Phone 5236 SWEENEY'S FM PERFECT VAUANTI i-lookinf, popular favoritt! includes Touchdown Pan and nt-««*i-»f FIMB fa handwma gift box. $17.50; note*. «M Set Shtefftr'f Ntw M9C» 09VK ItfMft ft» if On W«/U t» Hi ... JttMMr tir tot ttt wtrltt sNumn STMISMNI Outatanding value at a modarate one*. 1 down Pen and m.«rf»in« Pencil m ami ca*>. 114.00; no fad. tax. you M* tay a»y Shtttftr writing Uttnmttt MbHattty, *t *nft*h% toxtd i* tetr. feu fnm, SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 213 Church St, Naufatuck Bason's Greeting $ AS ANOTHER CHRISTMAS SEASON APPROACHES OUR THOUGHTS TURN TO Gift Giving Days HOLLY and KRIS Wardrobes Over $500 in Merchandise TO BE GIVEN AWAY December 24, 1949 Ask Clerk For Details Watch Our Window Display Look What Santa's Left At Breen's For Christinas Gifts! Gifts For Her COSMETICS Chanel Elizabeth Arden Dorothy Gmy Coty Early American GLOVES Fownes Van RaaltJ LINGERIE Vanity Pair Van Raalte Barbizon HOSIEKY Roman Stripe and Many Others Gifts For Him SHIRTS Manhattan & Van Heuscn Sport and Dress , TUBS Manhattan-Van Heusen Wembley HATS Stetson MEN'S SUITS & COATS Botany Schrook SHOES Florsheim HOSE Holeproof WALLETS Buxton BREEN'S SPORT SHOP OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL FURTHER NOTICE

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