Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 28, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, November 28, 1949
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Personal—So cial—Fraternal Greenwich Priest To Speak Before. Catholic Women The Rev. Eugene Moriarty. formerly of Waterbury, whc is no'.v serving at the Sacred Hca.rt academy, Greenwich, will be fe"ue^t speaker tomorrow evening at the monthly meeting of the Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women at 8 o'clock in St. Francis' hall. Mrs. diaries Daly, program chairman, •will introduce t h e speaker. Miss Francos Cuddy, president, will conduct the business meeting. Several vocal selections will be rendered by Miss Anna Paolucci, "Waerbury lyric soprano, accompanied by Miss Josephine Lamanno at the piano. Following the program refreshments will, be aerveii by the social committee. Couple Celebrate 18th Anniversary Mr. snd Mrs. Henry Braun of Cotton Hollow celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary Thanksgiving Day at a family dinner. Mr. and .Mrs. Braun were married Thanksgiving Day. Nov. 26, IB31. They are the parents of a daughter. Lorraine, 12 years old. who is in the eighth grade at Central avenue school. Mrs. Braun is the'former Katherine Arbusto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Arbuste of Cotton Hollow. Mr. Braun is the son of Mrs. William Braun, .of Waterbury and the late Mr. Braun. A meeting of the Nauffatucli Woman's club Junlorett«s will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock In the American Leg-ion Home. Cedar street, at which time a talk will be giver, on personal hygiene. CASTLE FILMS ARE GREAT GIFTS fO«. All' MOVIE MOrtCTOR OWNERS OWN OR GIVE A CHWSTMAS DHEAM *• mmm M Nfc.' THE BARBER OF SEVILLE CHIMP Oil THE FARM MIGHTr MOUSE RIDES AGAIM •'» *•*•• MrtM ctvKtU i. I lOT|k.' •NAMf. MOOHSS. jcrrr: ZONf STATf I* fiimt- nil catalog ~ SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STOKE 213 Church St., Nmi.enluok Recent Bride Mrs. Chester I'. I.slwll, Jr., tho former Shirley E. Bowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowprx, Hillside nvomie, who Ivas married Suturdny to Mr. Ishcll, KOII of Mr. and Mm. Chi-.ster p. lHlx-11. Hillside avenue. Beacon Falls Man Weds Ansonia Girl Miss Helen Louise Kuczynski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuczynski, Ansonia, became the bride of Thadcus Joseph Mis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mis, Feldspar avenue, Beacon Falls, Saturday morning in St. Joseph's church. Ansonia. The Rev. John J. Kuczynski of Erie, Pa., brother of the bride, performed the ceremony as she was presented in marriage; by her father. Miss Josphine Kuczynski served as her sister's maid-of-honor, and Edmund Mis, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride wore a candlelight slipper satin gown, designed with a sweetheart neckline with narrow nylon edging, long sleeves pointed at the wrists and full skirt with bustle back. Her French illusion 'fingertip veil fell fiom a halo of orange blossoms, and she carried a prayer book marked with white camellias, flour d'amour and streamers. Her maid of honor wore a French pine green faille taffeta gown, old-fashioned bonnet and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and snapdragons. Anthony Persutti was vocal soloist, and Miss Martha Lachowskl was organist. The bride's mother attended in a green crepe ensemble, black accessories and corsage of red roses, and the bridegroom's mother in n gray crepe outfit with black accessories and corsage of red roses. Following a reception the couple left on a wed ell rig trip through the southern states, and upon their return they will reside-in their new home on Feldspar avenue, Beacon Falls. The bride attended Ansonia High school and is employed by the H. C. Cook Co.. and Mr. Mis attended Naugatuck High school and is an em- ploye of the Scovil! Manufacturing Co., Waterbury. The Harvest. Hop, snonsorod bv the Ladies' auxiliary of Montannri- Riido post, Italian-American veterans attracted about 300 Saturday night in the Cristoforo Colombo hall. The committee in charge included Lillian Gargonia, president; Antoinette Zuccarelli, Mary Plch- ulo. Jrnnie Nardello. Jay Tangrcdl. Josephine Klnnoch, Jennie Fazzino and Angf.-line Carlr-llo. Charles Mtfrlor Wed Saturday In Water/bury Miss Ann Christine Rletdyke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Char- Jes , Rictdyket Waterbury, ,-uid Charles Smith Marlor, son of- Mr. and .Mrs. Henry S. Marlor, Woodbury, former Na.uga.tuck residents, were married Saturday of- ternoun in the Bunker Hill Congregational church, Waterbury with the Rev. Alan M. Fairbank officiating. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her aunt, Miss Eileen Pcderson as maid of honor, 'and Ann Dunphy and Kay Fiirrington, bridesmaids. James Marlor was his brother's best man, and ushers were Ally. Henry H. Marlor, Jr., Naugatuck, another brnthoi, and Charles Rlctdyke, Jr., brother of the bride. The altar was decorated with white pompons and palms, Arthur Freeman offered vocal se- lectiom. Guest* attended from Nnugatimk New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode sland and other Connecticut communtlcs. The bride wore a white velvet gown designed with a mandarin neckline trimmed with s«ed pearls and an heirloom pin of pearls and sap/pihlres, basrque 'bodice, long sleeves coming to a point over the wrists and full skirt cut entrain. Her illusion fingertip veil was held by a crown of orange blossoms and K'ho carried a bouquet of whlto roses and carnations. Tho attendants wore faille talTuta gowns, braided crowns of the same material ,,ml carried bouquets of pompons. Miss Pcderson was In melon with lavender pompons; Miss Farrlngton in yellow bronze pompons and Miss Phy in fern green with pompon.5. A reception for 150 was hold at he Copper Kettle, with tho "rides mother receiving In n black crepe gown with with Dun- yellow . - ,.,-... .,,,.,, lace bed- Ice over shell ,pink, pink feathered hat and cotyagc of ipink rosebuds and white pompons, and tho bridegroom's mother in dove "ray chiffon, lint of crray ostrich tips and corsage of pink cumel- liim. When the couple left on a wed- 'ling trip to Atlanta, Ga., and Ml- nmi Fla., the bride wore a brown and beige Khar-talc In suit nnd brown accessories. She Is a graduate of Wilby High school. Mr Marlor graduated from Cheshire academy and served with (the Marine Corps during the war. He is n-ssociatcd with the U. S. Rubber Co., of which his father Ji vice-president. Honor Couple On 15th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Walter OU'ukow- *ki of Church street, were honored Thanksgiving Day at a party In observance of their wedding anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Heller. Ouosts included Mr. and Mr«. Mlrhael TarnowskI, Miss Helen Sy,-.«nowslU, Bernard Drabiskc, Mary Hcnceman, Steven Belska, Henry Henccman, Mr. and Mrs. Holler and daughter, Barbara, nnd Mrs. Oldakowski's brother-in law and sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley and, son, 7?ioiiard, who arrived in Ihl." country from Kurop c two months ago. Isbell-Bowers Nuptials t^eld Miss Shirley Elizabeth Bowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. How:ir.:l K. Bowers, Hillside avenue, and Chester Parsons Isbell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester P. Isbell, Hillside avenue, were married Saturday afternoon in the Congregational Church, with the Rev. Wlllard B, Sopor officiating. Mrs. Howard F. Walsh was her Mater's matron of honor, and bridesmaids were. Miss Jane Gri•;-.-, nor cousin, and Miss Carol Iribull, sister of the bridegroom Lynn Carlson acted as flower girl. John H. Tsbell, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and u.-ihera were Arvid J. Anderson, Jr., Phil Robinson, Jr., Robert Richardson and Donald Swanson. The altar was bn.nked with wtille chrysanthemums and palmn. Mrs. Charles D. McClenry presided at the organ, and soloist was Joyceanne Kanehl. The bride wore a white skinner satin gown with u bateau neckline, bertha^f Venetian lace, small cape of satin, long pointed slocveB, filled bodicn and full Hklrt, terminating In a trnln. A Dutch cap iiekl her fingertip veil of French Illusion, and she carried a cascade huuquet of orchids and stephanoll:). Her matron of honor wore a gold tissue faille gown, tiara of fo\-l velvet leaves and carried a bouquet of talisman roses and Ivy. The other attendants wore peacock blue with matching poke bonnets and carried bronze i»ompons and Ivy. A reception for 100 was held :it T^lft-thn-Latch Inn, with the bride's mother receiving In a purple sheer wool gown, black ncce.HMorles and orchid corsage, and the bridegroom's mother in a green crepe gown, black accessories and cor- sngn of yellow orchids. The coilplo left on a wedding trip to Virginia, and upon their return will reside at 176 Elm street, Winsted. Th- bildc Is a graduate of Naugatuck High School, JIH JH Mr. Isbell, wlio !»lpo attended the University of Connecticut. , Christmas, Bazaar Planned By Circle Final plans for its annual Christmas Bazaar, wil be completed at 1 special meeting of Friendship Circle of Immanuc;! Lutheran •jhurch tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Hit! church parlors. It In announced by Mrs. A. Peck, president. Tho bazaar will be held Friday night Dec. 2, starting at 7:30 o'clock at the church hall. Playmakers Meet Wednesday Night The regular monthly meeting of The Playmakers will be held Wednesday evening in St. Michael's parish house, opening with a potluck supper at 6:30 o'clock. Mr. and MI-H. Andrew McNeil], Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fellowca and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludolph will be In charge of the mipper. Mrs. Seymour Squires, president, will conduct the huwlncns meeting at 8 o'clock. Entertainment will follow In charge of Jack Con way. Holy Name Society in- Columbuu hal|. The Rev. Benjamin Masse, S.j ., will be the guest speaker The Altar Society will hold its annual Christmas gale and card party Monday, Doc B, In the achool hall. St. HedwigTs The CYO will meet this evening at 7 o'clock for -eligious instructions. Religious Instructions for the public school children will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friday is the first Friday of the month. Masses will be at 7, 7:30 and 8 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Thursday afternoon and evening at the usual times. Sacrod Heart devotions will be held Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. cicty and the Holy Name Society. At 8 o'clock, all members of the Holy Name Society will meet. Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, the regular weekly parish entertainment will be held in the church basement. Friday Is the first Friday of the month. Masses will be at 5 and 7:30 o'clock. Holy Communion will be distributed at 7 o'clock. Confessions will bo heard Thursday afternoon and evening at 4 and 7 o'clock. Funeral Church Notes St. Francis* The CYO will meet this evening at 7 o'clock In tho chapel. Tomorrow morning at 7 30 r.'tlock there wllV be a requiem high Mass for deceased priests of the parish, At 8-o'clock tomorrow evening, t!lo Onaanil -.( Rcithollc Women 1 will moct In Columbus hall. Wednesday cvcntng at 6:30 o'clock, the junior choir will rehearse. At 8 o'clock, the senior choir will rehearse. Friday is the first Friday of tho month. Masses will be at 5:30, ti.30 ;tnd 7:30 o'clock. Holy Communion •will be distributed before each of the Masses, Confessions will ba heard Thursday afternoon and evening. Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be devotions to tho Sncred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Fatlma. Saturday parishioners are asked tr> celebrate the apparition of Our Lady at Fatima by attending Mass. Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be a requiem high MUBS tor Oabrlel Lopes. At 8 o'clock there -will bo a second anniversary requiem high Masa for John Hulstrunk, feunday evening at 8 o'c-IIck tiiero there will be a .uhort meeting of the a charge of violation of the rules will be a forum sponsored by th.j dance committee of tho Altar So- of the road. St. Mary's Masses: An anniversary requiem high Mags will be held Thursday morning at 8 o'clock for the late Sgt. Joseph Barboza. Thla evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be Novena devotions In honor of Our kady or the Miraculous Medul. Following devotions there will bo a short meeting of the Altar Society. The CYO will also meet after devotions, for religious instructions. Tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). MONDAY, NOV. 28 1M9—]>AGK 3 Max Lconhardt Funeral services for Mnx A. Loon- hardt, 85, of 167 High sircc!. were held Saturday afternoon at the C. H. Green Funeral Home, 66 Terrace avenue, with the Rev. Wlnfred B. Langhorst, rector of St. Michael's Episcopal church, officiating. Burial was In Grove cemetery. Bearers were Albert Mai. William Bau- kct, Emil Kassner, Jacob Schwartz, George Lehr, George Berlin. CONTINUANCE Walter Kimmer, 19, of 430 Quinn street, was granted a continuance to Dec. 7, when ho was arraigned before Judge.James R. L,aw]or in Waterbury city court Saturday on Personal- Registered at the Hotel Commodore, Now York city, for tht holidays were Mrs. William Madden and daughter, Mi«s Ellen Maa- ifbn, R.N., of Galpin street. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard H. Bristol, Nau^aluck, entftrtiiincd on tho holiday thc:ir son-in-law and daughter, !.!)<• Rev. and Mrs. R. N<jrri« Wl(son and children, Barbara ard /.Hoe, of Madison, N. J., and 'heir •Ic.URhter. Mrs. George Hart'.and. Mr. Hartlnnd and daughter. S!ir>r- rie, Plainfk-ld. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Whittemorc. Ji., Church Bireot. entertain* 1 .! Mmo. Armand Holtz, Genev.i, Switzerland, at their summer hum.! in Middlebury for the holiday. Mr. nnd Mt-K. Francis Ley, Brailsford. Derbyshire, Kngland, recently Kiient euvernl diiys with thorn. Mr. and Mrs. Tully Shelley. Jr., Nmitfatuck, und children, Susan, Tully, 3d. and William, are vinit- liii; Mrs. Shelley's parents, Mr. :xnd Mrw. Basil n. Bolder, Washington. D. C. Tlu-y attended the Arriiy- Nnvy foot hi.11 if tone Saturday in Philadelphia, ENGELMAN'S! GIRLS 7 COATS • Legging Sets, Sizes 3 to 10 • Coats Sizes 7 to 14 • .Mid-Teen .... Sizes 10 to 14 • Teen Sizes 10 to 16 On account of the unseasonably warm weather, our regular coat makers have cooperated with us in bringing these coats to you at substantial savings in mid- season. SHARPLY REDUCED Excellent Group Incomplete Assortment REGULARLY SOLD FOR $29.95 AND $34.95 OPEN EVERY MONDAY TILL CHRISTMAS 90 SOUTH MAIN STREET, WATERBURY Miss Florence Laffun.a, daughter of Mrs. Anthony F. La,guna, Bridge street, who u a student at the Fay Business school, Boston, Mass., is a member of the dance committee for the Princess Ball, a Christmas formal, to be held at the Somerset Hotel, Boston, Dec. 10. Mrs. Amelia Peck, 17 Fuller street, who has been n surgical patient at the Wnterbury hospital, Is convalescing at ther home. the Everyone will want to follow this brilliant feature telling the story of the coming, the birth and the youth of Christ. * Adapted lo strip form liy Willi.-iin K. (.lilroy, D. })'., inlcrnatioiiiilly known religious writer. Pictures by W»||., illustrator of fiction Ktorios iirid children'N books. * , 18 CHAPTERS Starts Monday, Dec. 5, In The Naugatuck News How Many Times Have You Flicked a Switch And Nothing Happened? ! • * : * k ; » : \ ^ u. mutter of courun— Vou iK-crpt tin; availability of cli-clrlclly we all do. Vim should also acrcpl thn fuel Hint (tm-urilloH of well managed, privately owned operating companies arc Hound liivoHtmentM. . . . 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