Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 29, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, November 29, 1949
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Personal—So cial^Fraternal Junior Club Marks 3rd Anniversary With Program The third,anniversary of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club was observed la»t evening at the annual pot-luck supper held in the Methodist church halL ' [ Following a"~L.i:eT Business meet- „ ,,•«,,•. ,-, , ', ing in charge of Mrs. M. Francis M''™™ H ^ Brlnckerhoff. j Mrs. Edward Larson, Mi's. Robcr* Fatek-Palrzyck Nuptials Pjeld Mrs. Edwin Melbourne, Jr., Mrs. Robert Kesson, Nancy Anderson, , u ,, 0 ^.,. I Mary Reilly, Eleanor Oemckc, Mary i tele, son | Jane Mann, Evelyn Gunn, Arlene street, w president, Mrs. Clayton Dethlefsec, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Maybelle Osborne, editor of the WBRY radio Home Journal and Walter Howard, station manager. Mrs. Osborne and Mr. Howard presented a program similar to those done by them on the air dally, including two skits, Dead Reckoning by Bob Holczer and Quarrels from Sheridan -School, lira. Feeley and Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president of the Naugatuck Woman's club participated Jn the Hat Chat portion, debating the question, Do Women Dress to Please Men, Themselves or Other Women. Pamphlets, The Children's Page, Canasta Rules, Teen Age Miss and Money, Apple Recipes, Children's Prayers, Home Decoration, How to Cook a Husband may be obtained from Mrs. Osborne by writing her at the radio station. Miss Sara Emery was Interviewed on the subject, Th« .Origin of the Naugatuck Junior'Woman's club, with the Interview tape recorded and played this morning on the Home Journal.''Jfrograna. Hat Chat also was program. Jack Conway, . . a p<J8flon ofr today's Playmakers, local presented '& «J<|f/ keeper's DtjOphUn including .Stevjf - v . director of The drama group., tidgrithouse- \vljj -.the . cast 'Mrs. Seymour Squires, Betty'Melbourne, Frank Molen and Robert Whltte- tnorc. *- • ? Mr. Conway was narrator, and also presented several chalk lalks. Guestf ncluded Mrs. Durr, Mrs. Everett Rogers, senior contact; Mrs. Robert Anocrson. Mrs. George W. Carroll, Mrs. Clifford A. Tecple, Mrs. Glenn Kirby and Mrs. Morris Follett, all members of the Nauga- Bacon, Mrs. Harold Belanger, Mrs. Francis O'Nell, Mrs. Edward Mason, Rose Mary Reilly, Sally Fitzgerald Mrs. Richard Reynolds, Mrs. Gustave Thynell, Mrs. Franklin Kirk. Jane Foy, Mary Hoy, Mildred Brown, Mrs. Andrew McNoill, Mrs. Eugene Ballnski, Mrs. John McCullough, Mrs. Ralph Hoy, Mrs. Bernard Cassidy, Arlene Sullivan, Mrs. Constance Bernard, Mrs. Dethlefsen, Mrs. Charles Noble, Jr., Mrs. Donald Gillette Mrs. Ernest Erickson, Patricia O'Donnell, Justine Brophy, Marion Reilly, Mrs. Roger Williams, Mrs. William Yanarella, Mrs. Eugene Dowling, Arietta Durr, Mildred Reilly, Ellen Madden, Mrs. Franklin Hubbell. Mrs. William Ernst, Mrs. Joseph Burke, Mrs. Edward McGrath, Mrs. George Dowling, Mrs. Frank- Mis:s Helen Mary Para.xyck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William "Filter of 'Mr. and Mrs. William Hu- iowsky, Ansonia, and Eugene Fa- of Frank Fatok, Bridge were married Thanksgiving Day afternoon in SS. Peter and Paul Ukranlan Greek Catholic church, Ansonia. Miss Mildred Wadyka served as her cousin's maid of honor, and bridesmaids were: Miss Barbara Moshaluk, Thomaston, another cousin of the bride, and Miss Margaret Mondo, New Haven, Mi's. Phyllis Spak, an aunt of the bride, honor, and of tho bride, was junior bridsanmid., Andrea Rozum, niece o f the bridegroom, was flower girl. Stanley Sobcinski was best man, and ushers were Ronald 'arzyck, brother of tho bride, and the ring was matron of Parzyck, sister lin Andrew, Mrs. James Quinn, Mrs. George Kirschmann, Margaret Stotz, Lois Costello, Dorine Durr, Helen Mai. Mrs. John Dillon, Mrs. Robert Mariano, Mrs. Neal Tuohy, Mrs. Arnold Paulk, Mrs. William Cln- namond, Mrs. Marion Shinier Helen Carsasta, Mary Mrs. .John Betkoski, Ma/.anski, Catherine Others attending were: Mrs. Tracy Brecn. Mrs. John Lurkln, Miss Emery, Mrs. lia.'pii Pronovost, Mrs. Thornas DiXwHng. Marion Traflcantl. Mrs/'feeleyf Elda Schi- aroll. Mrs. Edward Lowe. Mrs. Edward Noble. Marie Marrello, Phyllis R-X'd. Hedwig M'akowskl, Mrs. Robert Lawlor, r.lrs. James Coffey, Pearl DuBois. Mrs. Donald Linhard. Mrs. Samuel Barto, Mrs. Samuel Barto. Mrs. Mario Schlaroli, Mrs. Leonard McGrath. Mrs. Ann Brown. Mildred Curtin. Lois Welfiii; llrs. Frederick Foctsch. Mrs. Francis Moses, Mrs. Wayne Mowrey. Mrs. Carlton Hultbcrg, Minnelfo, Mrs. Robert Scheiber. Two Couples Mark Anniversaries Today Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Stilknsky, 186 Quinn street, are celebrating their 21st wedding anniversary today. They were married Nov. 2!), 1928, in St. HecVwig's Church. Mrs. Sulkosky is the former Hedwig Romanskl. They are tho parents of one daughter, Theresa, who Is employed in the industrial relations office of the U. S. Rubber Co., and wh» i.! attending the Perry School of Business. Waterbury. Mr. Sulko >ky ir employed as a roller in the Sr .>- vlll Manufacturing Co., Wntcrbnry. Mr. High cncond wedding anniversary today. Mrs. Cowan, niece of Mrs. Sulkosky, is the former Mircella Mar'ot- U. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan were married In St. Francis' Church, Nov. 'M, 1947. At present they are both •Ufillatcd with the U. S. Rubber Co. and Mrs. Robert Cowan of street are celebrating 'heir SMART — RACY — STREAMLINED NEWEST 1950 MODEL GENUINE COLUMBIA BEST LOOKING BIKES IN TOWN FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF ALL AGES — ALL SIZES SELECT EARLY — FOR BEST CHOICE USE OUR XMAS CLUB LAY- AW AY PLAN PAY AS LITTLE AS $1 A WSEK jCificoItt (^ Store WEST MAIN Andrew Estwan, cousin of bride. Andrew Fatek was bearer. The bride wore a white slipper satin gown, a mantilla of imported rose point lace attached to a beaded coronet, and carried a bouquet of white roses and stonhannti:;. The attendants nil wore similar gowns In Amcricnn Beauty, peacock blue, orchid, sea/orm green and heather sutln, with matching •hats trimmed with plumes, and carried bouqueti of American Beauly roses with varied shades of pompons. A reception. W/IH held in Liberty hall, after which the couple left on a motor trip to New York and Washington. After Dec 0 they will live at 53 Hill .street, Ansonia. Mr. Fatek is a graduate of Naugatuck High school and employed by the U. S. Rubber Co. Eastern Star Plans Meeting Thursday Members of Evergreen Chiiplor. Order of Eastern Star, will c'im- j plctit plans for a supper and Chrlft- nias bazaar to be held Dec. 8 and !. vesper service Dec. -I at. a meot- mg Thursday evening nt « o'clock in Mrisonlo Temp!.-, Church Street. Mrs. Loui:i Zcun, worthy matron, will be in charge of the meeting during which a class of candidates will be Initiated. Re- lieshmentH will be served during a. social hour in the banquet, half. Beacon Palls Girl Has 8th Birthdav Judy Ann ChlebowHKl recently celebrated her eighth birthday «l a party held at her home, 13 Highland avenue. Beacon Falls. Balloons decnriited the house, and pastel colors were used us a theme nt the table. The guest of honor received many glfu. Guests attending were: Catherine. Daunis, Jean Smith, Irene Lanky Carole Chlebowski, Ellen Carole Russell, Joan Andrew, Gaylene Speck, Lurana Chicoskl, Beatrice \Vonst er. Entertain For Bridal Party Mr. and Mrs. Chester p. Isbell of Hillside avenue, entertained nt a dinner party last Friday evening for the bridal party pnrt.Iclpating In the wedding of their son. Chester P. I.'ibcll, Jr., to Shirley Bowers, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Howard Bowers, Jfillalcle avenue, which look place Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Burger was hostess at. a luncheon for the bridal party Saturday noon at her home on Rockwell avenue. A rehearsal for children planning to participate in Ihe ChrlHtmiiH enlerlalnineal of (In, Mlllville Library association are requested to meet tomorrow lifter school at the borne of Mrs. Karl White in Millville. ^NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON= An Individual Hair Style— by- r- STYLE . $1.25 the new, shorlcr look in hair styles will do for yon? Aft.T a consultation with our hair stylist, you will n-filixc I he sliortrr look can fee most feminine and ll,iHeriii<r when stvled for von '• ' "-'" Consultation with Mr. Norman without charge n. Thru Sat. f) A. M. !o (i i'. ]\r. I'Yiday Xit-es Till !) ]', M. =PHONE5522 NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON 87 MAPLE ST. ==, Mrs. Stanford Qhurch Mission Group Mrs. Elmor Santord was nlorlntl IjroHidcnt of the Womon'H MtHHityn- .a.y Society of the Snlcm Lutheran Church hist, night at tho annual nioeing; of tho orftnnSzaUon held at Jier home on Cho.stnut otreet. I^r.r- r.icrly vice-president of the prroup, she succeeds Mrs! Adolph Nelaon, who has held the presidency for the past four years. Other officers elector! .'ire: Mr.i. Herbert Bohlln, vicc-proHidont; Mrs. Carl TluimpHrm, reelented nee- rotary; Mry. J. Victor HohH, ri;- (ilected tro:isurer. Committee chalimen nfLrned arit: Mrs. Gottfricl SlcquiHt, pa; Mrs. Harry Carlson, dime bunks; Mrs. Gunnard Anderson, hoxos of blessing; Mrs. Eric Andorjion, My I/.iaslonury for a Day; Vivien Anderson, pianist.; Mrs. 1 I. V. Olson. Mrs. Bohlin, Mrs. Willis Peterson, auditors; Miss Julia Anderson, Mrs. ~ unnard Anderson, refreshments; Mrs. Eric Gabrielson, Miss Pauline Pearson, nominating commUto?; Miss Delia Anderson. Miss Ellen Woodin, Mission Tiding; Mrs. Hary CdrlRon, junior secretary .of .Sun- 'lay school. / ... Twenty-five mernliera aller.iled the meeting, after which me.ntH were served by the hoat'.-SM. MeetlngH 1'ur next year nro OH follows: Jan. 30, Mrs. Carl Thompa<ui, liostess; Miiy 22, Mrs. Robei i. Houselcnecht; Sept. 2. r >, Mrs. Eric Anderson; Nov. 27, Mra. Hurry Carlson. Arrest Motorist In Accident Here 'An accident occurred lato last ni/.rht nt. the Intersection of North M;iln and Cemetery streets, with Patrolman Henry Rack! arresting John Kaf.riln oC 'Pcm'rl Hill on a charge of violation of the rules of the road. He is scheduled to uppcai in borough coilrlj. Saturday. According f.o police, the car operated by "Katttln, traveling south, struck a northbound automobile driven by Frederick Libcratorc, U Soutjimayd road, Watorbury. No one was Injured ,buf. the vehicles were considerably damaged in the front sections and were towed from the scene. DAR Christmas Party Friday The annual Christmas party of Sarah Rogers chapter, Daughters of (hu American Revolution will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock nt the home of Mrs. 'Chester P. Isbell, Hillside avenue. Members are requested to provide 25-cont gifts for the grab hag. Central Avenue Christmas Party The annual Christmas party of the Centra] Avenue School Parent- Teacher Association will be hold Thursday evening, Dec. 8, ot H o'clock in the school, according to plans discussed last night at a Meeting of the executive board at the home of Mrs. Frank Peas'.cu, Cross road. The second annual tea for teach- i.r.o and parents will be held Sun- tay_afternoon, Dec. 18, from 3 to 5 o'clock in tho school, with Mrs. Poaslce and Mrs. Mahlon Seaiv, co-chalrmiui of t.hc arrangement.."! committee. , WITHDRAWN Withdrawn from the Waterhury Common PI can Court yesterday was a foreclosure action by UN- American Brass Co. Employes Federal Credit Union against George and Ruth Grohs, Naugatuck and' Elizabeth and Peter Stokns, Waterbury. Y'S MEN The Y's Men's Club will meet« evening at (1:30 o'clock In tho YMCA cafeteria. Dr. Gerhardt Bohr, n. law instructor at Yale University, will he guewt speaker. His topic Is "The United World Federalist Movement." Finance Board Votes Record Budget For City Of Waterbury Waterbury A record budget for Waterbury was voted by the Board ol Finance yesterday, calling for a one find throe-qvmricra mill increase in the lax rale. The budget calls for $0,21:1,500, as compared to $8,5-19,341 last year, an increase of $(i()2,105. A 2& per cent increase in water rates and a 32 mill tax rate will be. required if the Board's budget is adopted by the Bonrd of Aldermen. About 80 per cent of tho increase in due to relief costs and pensions. The aldermen will hold a public hearing on th:; budget Dec. 12 at 7.30 .o'clock. Soon ivftcr, it v/ill adopt tho final budget and set tho tax rate, Salary Hikr Salary Increases of IfiOO was ask- 3d of.the Waterbury Board of Education yesterday by 7I?lcn R. Ale- Donald, president of the Waterbury Teachers' association on be- ialf of the city's teachers. The :oachcrs had previously requested .he increase and McDonald asked the hoard to reconsider Ihe request. The Increase as requested by the teachers, would be made in steps nt $200, $200 .and $1.00 over a peri- :1 of three yearn. However, the !>nn.rd 'took no action of tho matter. Dr. Harold .7. Pcrkinson, j>re- >.<kl«nl, an.ii] tint the Board of Aldermen Is th'> body to which the request should have been because the budget for the year is in its hands. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, NOV. 20, ]94!»—1'AGK 3 Chorus Rehearses For Friday Concert The Naugatuck Men's Chorus held its final rehearsal in preparation for its winter concert last night at YMCA. The concert v/ill bo held Friday evening In the Naugatuck High school auditorium. Paul Anderson is chairman of the ticket committee for tho concert. Tickets may be obtained from members of the chorus. POSTPONED The Parents Night program planned for Thursday evening by Boy Scout troop, No. 2, of the Congregational church, has been postponed to Thursday evening, Dec. Funerals Frederick J. Carter Funeral .vervicrs for Frederick J. Carter, 78. of 77 South Main street, who died Saturday night in the Wiitiriljiiry hosoita]^ aftrr a long illness, were held this morning from the Buckmillcr Funeral Homo. ?.2 Park Place, to St. Michael's Kpiscop-il oliuivh. with Hi.? Rev. Winfrcd B. Langhorst, rector officiating. Huria.1 w/u in Grove "cemetery. Bearers were: Arthur CiU-rington. Arnold Carrington and Howard Schwartz, .-ill nephews of the deceased; William Stokes. Raymod Kaiser and Lx>uis Magone, representing the Xruigatuck. Aerie of Eagles of which Mr. Carter was a charter member. FIRST DEGREE The first degree will be adminls- tred to a class of candidates this evening at 8 o'clock, at a meeting of Ojcda Council, Knights of Colu-ml)UH, In the 1C. of C. rooms. 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