Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 3, 1949 · Page 3
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Social-Personal Fraternal Carol Singing At Clubwomen's': Meeting Wed Recently I Carol nlnjnnjc by a group of 16 i voices of the Iifa.tiKr.tuck Mlffh j school Glee club will be n feature of the NE.uxa.tuck Woman'* club Ohrlj*tm:..t tea program Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Aniyr- j lean LeiRon Memorial Home, 21 J Ccd.ir street^ -> j The program t"; under the direction of the"l,iteratur° andL Dramatic Art department. Mrs. Charles I. Fellows, chairman. Mrs. Armstrong Durr. president. •will conduct e. brief business meeting. Aid Society Meets Wednesday At Parish House The junior choir of-the Cons- KiUonal Church will present a program of Christmas music, i,n- der the direction of Mrs. ChnrloH D. McClenry. minister of music, nt a meeting of the Aid Society Wednesday in the parish house. The society's meeting oiwnri In the morning at 10 o'clock, wltn o stwinR period until 1 o'clock, when a covered-dish luncheon will be cervcd. The business meeting will be held nt 2 o'clock and the cnti-r- tninment will rotlowr Devotions will be led by Mrs. Albert Holmbern. Hostesses wil be Mrs. Robert J. Ford, chairman; Mrs. Omnr tt. Gibbs, Mr.t. E. J. Harding, Mrs H. E. Benham. Mrs. E. A. Benson, ilr.s. J. M. Sutherland. Mrs W H Norton. Mr». W. J. Roemer. The evening division of the -••>- Ciety will meet at 8 o'clock in the r-arish house. The adult choir wi'.l provide a musical program. Still Time To Enroll! Elmer Wheeler Cour«w In TESTED SALESMANSHIP CiasHe* Me«-t Mon. NlRht (i:SO POST JUNIOR COLLEGE M Central Avc. rhone J-M72 Waterbiiry ' | DON'T WAIT! f IT'S LATE! y | ORDER 5f Personal V I Christmasr Cards | Today J VOfR CARD DEALER ' SWEENEY'S 5 ' V ART mid STATIONKRY ] I STORE i f 213 Church St. N'»u/;atuck ' Ferguson Photo Mr. and Mrs. ThadriVtm .loseph Mis, who were married lu*t Si»t- urdny nioriilni; In St. Josi ph's ehurch, Ansonhi. The bride Is »h«> former Helen I.. Kuczynxkl, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. JONeph KuczyiiNkl AiiHonln Mr. Mis Is »hc son of Mr. and Mrs. .John Mis, Feldspar avenue, Beacon Falls. Tlui couple will reside in Ihelr new home on Feldspar avciuio. Friday Salem Club Bridge Tournament Scores in thi> Fourth round of :ne Friday afternoon Salem Club bridge tournament played ycsi'o"- day are n» follows: North and south, Mrs. Willnul Bittle and Mrs. Seymour Squires !!> 1-2; Mrs. I.eon I,ovejoy and Mr/.' Vivien Kernnn, 49; Mrs. Anthony Stien and Mrs. JoJsoph Monahan •1V. East und west, Mrs. John Kax'ir- jian an'd Mrs. George Kazanjian, 02; Mrs. Norris Kollctt. nnd Mrs Martin Lynn, 50; Mrs. Robert Ford and Mrs. Norman Bcn.son tied with -VIt-M.tFrank Smith and Mr.i'uiilph 1'Ulton. -11 1-2. Official standings: Mrs. Squire-; and Mrs. Bittle, 213; Mrs. Atvlrl Anderson and Mrs. Marshal] J..ony -'Uti; Mr-it. Love joy and Mrs, Kor- nsn, 196 1-2. Visit Our TOYLAND GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAI'I.K STltKKT Free Delivery Ti-lephonc fiftl-l Mezzio's Otters: — Complete Iimk« SorTlee, Whntu AllKn- •«nl MMI Who*! IlnlunelDit, Front I'.nC >KW 11M9 PHILCO REFRIGERATOR 7r $199.50 7 Cn. Ft. — 5 Your Warranty $20 Down . . . $2 Weekly «13 NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITY Phone 6491 15 CHCnCH ST. TKL. (690 ME2ZIO V S 3ANTOS GENERAL Riujlittorn, liulturlus Wa«hln»t Muehlnefi, B:\by Cnrringei LAWN MOWERS HIIAIMTJVKTJ <BO Rriblwr Avo. I'bono (CI77 A Kccdiidllloiiod Motor* FOKD & MERCURY udcrt Plan Available Tho NAUGATUCK FUEL 00 6281 For Your Convenience OUR WDOL 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 To Donate Clothing To Mountain School Tim regular monthly inertInic and annual ChrlstnniH party of Surah Kcij'.rrn chapter, lh\uj;hlrni nf the Aiiierlefin Heviilul Ion, wan hetil yen- 'iy itfliirnouii ut the honu- (if Mrs. William Chlttcnden on Fairview avenue. Mm. Harry Anderson, repent presided nt. tho business meeting.' during which members were asked for contributions of old clothing to he sent to the Kate Duncan Smith school in Guntersvllle, Ala. Tho uchool, one of many established by the DAR, helps the mountain poo- pie Discarded cluthint; and such household articles as curtains, tow- ui.i and such Items are needed. On Saturdays, usually twice a month from October until May, the people from Ounter Mountain and the surrounding arcnu make their way to the school for the "rum- natfc sales." The mountain people let-lire serviseable clothes at a cost hoy can afford to pay and tho sale of tho clothing provides the school with a source of revenue. I'M. Anderson reque.Ht.s clothing lunations be made not. lalor than 1'hursclny, Dec. 8. Contributions were voted to the Girl and Buy Scout financial campaigns. A m;r)cH nf card parties will be held In tho early spring- for the benefit of the building fund at national headquarters in WashlnRton, During the program Mrs. Anderson read, "The Christian Legend of tin; Christmas Hose," author unknown, and Mrs. Victor Chambers corresponding .secretary, read a Christmas message by Mrs. Rnscoe C. O'Byrne. president general of JJAIl. Members exchanged Christmas (,'ifts and tea was served by the hostess. Mrs. Anderson poured. Church Circle Holds Bazaar The annual Christmas bazaar of Friendship Circle of -the Immanuel Lutheran church \VI\H held Inst night In the church ball. A varied program or entertainment was offered fnaturlnif selections hy the Salem Village Four, Naugatuck Barber Shop Quartet. Tho committee in charge Includ- ': Mrs. Audrey I'eck, Mrs. Theodore Schrader, Mrs. Walter Allen Mrs. Howard Welch. Mrs. Lawrence Welnbanlt, Mrs. Joseph Mikleton- a«, Mrs. William Krue K er Mrs Anna Uisehennt, Mrs. John Uolllv' Mrn. Athelm I'eck and Mm. Wl'l- liiim Meyers. Inspects Proposed Union City Little League Site \ tfAVGA ' fVCK NEWS (CONN.). SATURDAY, DEC. 3. rMltl,lea.y"'"" °| ly C '" rn1 " 11 ""«y «"'» commltt. W which U li.H,H, C Un)t nlt^s f,>r thn |>r,,p« N ,-d Onion C urcl r ,H , t ,", " ,? V " "" th "' V }0nk "' 1 ° VWr a pleCK <)f lllml in tmck "' St ' 1> »« l '» I-uth«ran Is n the ,mr hw 7' ' ""'"*} ^ , ' ^"^ An " (h " r " lcci ' «' '""I '»'"'».' «n»lderwl hy the commit!*, r.f , /• h ?/ !' r ,°,' TJ " <lR " ' ttrk> " Wn<!d l>y St - G "»«-K"'» I-HlHianlaii Society. Ploturml iihove left lo rl B | |, arc: I . Zi,,l«»kl. R. K.,ll«.y. T. Katklewl.ih, D. Cowil.i. C. DethleNon, J. FoiiHol F I.. N«Hry. I, MoniHkl. .1. Corcoran. I'. Wlslockl. <J. l',«ll», C. G.Uoskl, and W. NUHklowlc!!.Mr. witch IM rlinlriiiiiii of Hie comniHtrr. Funerals Mr*. Mury Klnkyn The funeral of Mrs. Mnrv TKuropkal) Slekys .10, of 2g Wi-it al.rei-1, who died Wednesday at fit Mary's Hospital, after n brief iil- IIPHR, was held (his morninir at th n Hiir-lttnlllor Funnral Homo, 22 Pirk I'litce, with thn Rev. O. ' H, Bertram. pastor of St. Paul's T.uHnir- an Church, officiating. Burial wa* In Ornvo Comotory. RonrorH vcn-" .John Ennmalt, Hr., Fred Kniirnnll Kdwiird Ennmnlt, John IS. ICninn- f.it. Rnymond Flnsel, GOOI'KO Dra'. inlnkns. Mrs. Ratlin Kolnauor Fiincral Hervlcea were held yr-j- tcrdny for Mrs. Sntlln (Tomplofnn) Helnaun, SI, ,,f r.fi Central nvenuo i't I he Buclunlllo.r Funeral TIoiiii.' 22 Park Place. Burial wan l;i Orovo Cemetery. Bearers wcr" Henry Neumann, Hurry Bloy A] Oepun, Hoburt Ruccio, Michael buriAn{CL>lo and Norman Bulakliln. Wo OF THANKS wish to exju-ess our sincere md heartfelt thanks to 'tho many friends, relntlvcs and nelchboi-B who, by their many nets of kind- m's«, floral tributes and oxprow «loiiH of sympathy did no much to make Mahler the burden of K rlef In our recent bereavement. Mr. Hi MI-M. ThomiL-i lorl/./o. CARI> OK THANKS Wo wish to express our rdncnrc md heartfelt, thanks to the m;,n v rlends. relntlven, nnd noiKhbors wlio, by -their many acts of kindness, floral tributes and expressions of sympathy did so much lo rnahe lighter the burden of K rief In our recent berenvement. The Leary Family. PKANIJT I'KOUUCIOUS Tho three blK-KCwt peanut producing nations In 1848 wore India ohina and tho United States. Alphonse LeVasseur MesInWaterbury Alphonse LoViiHseur, 15 CosHott fit rent, Watcrbui-y, father of Mrs. Robert r.ynnh and Bernard TjoVaM- seur, both nf Na'igatuck, died yesterday at his home after a lonf? 111- noss. Ho was a native of Van Huron, Maine and cume to Walorbury 2f> years n#o. Funnrnl sin-vices will .he hold Monday mornlnK at 8:30 o'clock from tho Prison Funeral Home, 08 East Clay street, |,, st, Ann's Church wlicro a Holemn lil^h Mass of requiem will bo celebrated at 9 o'clock. Burial will lie In Calvary Cnmc.- ter-y. Bcnides his son and daughter hero, Mr., I.eVnsseur is survived by two daughters, three sons, a brother, two slst.ers and :i Krandohlldren." Friends may cull nt the funoral homo tonljjhl from 7 lo 10 o'clock iinil tomorrow afternoon nnd evening from 2 to 10 o'clock. Birthday Party Guest Of Honor Robert, Ut.iHhka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Urntmkn of 12t) Cher- i.V slri'ot, who wan nine years okl Thiirnduy, wan nui-nt of 'honor at it party at lili-i homo. Clients Included .IriHnuh Vu- llnrlies, Tbomns Curtln, Wllll::rn Alli-n. Edward Urashka, Donnld f'ellowi,, Lukii Kfinn. Ho K lna An- iHMKon .John VleJni, Andrew hnnplk, William Palmer, R O s« Ann J-'nlrfbllil. Jitmnu T?,i.,*.~.—".-, Aliio his ftranrlpnrnntfl, Mr nnr! MI-K. Michael Urashka, bis 'uncle and aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Waller- rtatlwlclc, nnothor uncle and aunt. Mr, and Mrs. Mayo. Abate, tt nti Mrs. Joseph Vnllnchen. Tberc v.-i.ni rerreHlimctilH, Kumn.-i and a j^rab IJ^K. The L.adlos Marchl K ian Society III hold lin animal niitullni; Hun- 'iay nftnrnoon nt 2 o'clock (it Pastime hull, Hlg-h street. Officers f.'.r •'iHlanelll. president, will bo In iarj;e. Iti'fri'tihiuitrilM will b« rv«d diilri(f a nodal hour Robert Ort, son of Mr. nnd Mr" Richard Ort, Jr., <lf I 2r> Qulrn M-roet, Is colebratlnK his 14th birthday today. Milton Berkowitz (Continued from Page One) TKA HANKS TlUltn Tea (M tji,. worlfi'M thlnl W'Jlar ,lr|,u:. nmlun,; h,M,^"wn- •er and milk. rno'il IMMC'KS njlOPPKO TO A NFVV LOW. Compare 1'rlco nnd Quality KutablMhed 1851) Ml NO. MAIN BT WATKKUnUY RAMOS IRON WORKS ._ '*• niniJJEn AVHNHK \*f«rt 1 WnMIiid ol All 'Vfnn*— If ll«flt Mnlnl A Orimiiiiintnl Htiinl Christmas Gifts for the Homejj Water Heaters i Kitchen Sinks \ How About Your j POWDER ROOM? \ Geo. Wigglesworth » & Son, Inc. —pie St. Tel. 5263 f 24 Hour Service £ of his clam during- his junior year In hlsh school and wus an active memberd of ttio French club. Following bis graduation ho took a ponlUun as clerk in the wholesale tlepnrtinont of ji store in Chftlsoa, working thnru until J.9-12. Durinff thin period ho continued an active, participation in music by playing two or three nights a week in various hanclx. In June of 1042 he took another position, this one with Undo Sam, enlisting In thu U. S. Coast Guard. At. that early period of the war, t.ho Unltod Stalos was mobilizing an rapidly as poiifilblo ami many of Iho men who wc^t Into tho mirvlco at that timo were sent to duly stations with llttli! or no basic training. Milt, was one of those. Without the benefit, of any boot training, lie was Kent to Greenland where lie <lld IS months of patrol duly aboard '-li» ciiltor, U. H, S. Communchi!, Aboard tho Commancho'he WOB at- luchcd to the radar unit an n ntrlk- "i- anil befiiro coming bnclt to tho !<;-'i in tho liiltijr part of I1H8, lio mudc his radarman'H rating-. Afli-r a brief stay on t.ho cast, const, hi> wan wnt to CaJIfornlu and from lluirii to J-lonululu In Llxi J la- wallnn fslandn for a brief period of shorn duty. Thin cnrno to an end "bout six months later however, nnd WO.H traiiafurrdd to duty aboard an LST. Actlton A few monthH later hln craft bat troops at. a South Pacific Jumpoff area nnd In February of IB'tn nut them ashore on the benches of Iwo Jlnitt. After n. brief rest period Milt was bark In action nR/iln, talc-! (HK part in the landing on Okinawa In April. In Hi'pl.'mbcr of '11)45, non nfter t)io und of HIM war, bo ri.'l.urnod In the States and was discharged tlie following- month with the rank of Hn-itnrmrm 3-u. After bin <!lHCtmrK« hi) wan offered th« nhnnen given to n.1! < ; x- Korvlcemnn and taken advantnifi- of by Hiieh a compnratltvo few -' the opportunity lo furlhur his ndu- cation iitidiir the C![ Bill. Milt Jumped at the chancn and In Janu- Hi-y ,,f UMfl enrolled in Boston Unl- viii-slty'fi fichool of jnu.slc, whore he majored In music education. He; attended school for three and •ino-half yearn, both winter and iiummur, and graduiit..<l In ./uno of l-lils year with a degree of Bachelor of Music and Education. Store Schedule Week Dec. 5 to Dec. 10 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 8:45 Open Friday 9:30 to 8:45 Open Saturday 9:30, to 5:45 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUOK At Boston IT. ho was a member of tho band, the orchestra and chorus and was a member of Phi Mu Alpha Epsilon, a national honorary music iiocloly. Ho, now holds a life membership In the group. He also belonged to Fantasia, a music club, was a member of tho student council as n sophomore and WUH honored by being- elected president of his class as a, senior. Milt first met Mr. Davis at n Hummer ncsslon of Boston U., which tho local music supervisor v/im intending. They became frlcmln, and whan the assistant's post, was vacated In tho spring, Mr. Davis advised Milt to write to Superintendent of Schools Harold E. Chltton- 'lon applying for the job. This he did ant] after an Interview with the Superintendent, was Bubse- •lURntly appointed early in September. Since his arrival In the borough, Milt haw organized an Instrumental' lana at, Salem wchool, In an effort to build up the lower br.-isH no that future high sohool bar.ds and or- choMtrnu will bo blggoi- und better. In the, claRB are two trumpets, one trombone, one tuba and one barl- UiB future plans call for the In- ntltutlon of nn Instrumental pro-1 urnm to tako In all the public. nehoolH. Ho plans to start with the fourth grade and Interest as many children as possible in playing Instruments nnd to encourage and develop that intercut to provide sufficient material for bands of the future. The plan is not something that will be accomplished in a short time, but rather, it is a long range program, the effects of which will probably not bo nollcoiiblo for three or four, yearn. But tho very fact l.hnt such a program IB tiven -now being planned given* proinlHn that Nnugatucli will Moon bu turning nut lt» Mbare of DorMOyn, KrupiiH, lamcHCM, MIllei-H and GoixJinunn MH in tbc jjust. Al primi-nt, Mlll'n ilulloM eunnbil of (HroctliiK nnd Innlriit'tlnif th« Naugatuck High Hchool band nrxl orchestra, and orchestras In Sr.lem, Hop Brook and Prospect grammar schools. He al»o Instructs rhythm bands In the lower grades, out of which arise the musicians of the Cuture. He also has plans for the formation of an orchestra at Central avenue school after tho first of the year. A bachelor, Milt makes his homc- wlth Mr. und Mrs. E. Philip Walker, 151 Millville avenue. Although he receives some mail from a young miss in Boston, he has no present plans for marriage, fooling that ho Is Just starting out in bin chosen profession nnd that it would be best to get .settled before giving much serious thought to such matters. Making- Frli-ndM Milt recently joined the, Nauf;u- tuc Men's Chorus rind Is rapidly making friends in thu borough, Although not used to life In a small town, he has already formed a Ilk- Ing for our community. J n bis duties as supervisor of instrumental music in t.ho schools, he has won the respect and friendship of his students—which is half the battle His own love for music he hopes to impart to his MtudentH, With hi« energetic spirit couphld with a strong desire to succeed, he .should accomplish that end. Puppet Show Feature At Juvenile Grange Meeting Monday A puppet uhow presented by Mr. and Mm. Harold Daurae, Nauga- tuok, wil! bo stag-ed at an entertainment program at Beacon Valley Juvenile Grange Monday night, It wan announced today by Mrs! Olivo Greenwood. All members of the Grange and their friends are i/ivitcd to attend. Adultn, tut well n.q clillilrcn, aro Invited to attend. Movlcrj will also be shown as a part of the' program. The affair -will start at 7:4.- o'clock. Suicide Finding Issued By Doctor Dr. William E. Hill, medical examiner today announced n finding of nuirlf'n In the death of Frank <\d»iimU!n, 03, of 12!) r.oldrn Hill Htreel, who wan found dead nt hln home Thm-ndny iifternoon. Dr. Hill "aid dealli WIIB rnuKcil by lllumlnal- Ktmriul nurvlern will be held Minuliiy moniliiir lit H lf> o'clock from Ilic Fitzgerald Funeral Home. l|0 North Mojn «trteet to St. Mary's church where a solemn hluh Mass of requiem will be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in St. James' cemetery. Friends may cnll at the funeral home; tonight from 7 to 10 o'clock and Sunday afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. Police were called to the Adamaitis home and responded to the cnll with the Inhnlator. They re- nort not havrng used tho apparatus because It wan apparent that the victim had been dead for eom» time. Patrolman .lom-ph Farrrn «ald that Dr. Hill told him that Mr. Adam.-iitis had been dead about two hours before the police wcr» called. Dr. Reilly's Aunt Dies In Hospital M|KH Mary R Hi-llly, 89 H.infrrd 'Ince. Bridgeport. aun \ of r_> r . vval- l«r J. Rflilly. Naujratuck, died Thursday at her home after an iihiQSK of three monthii. Miss KcllJy was a retired pinno teacher. Among her survivor? is another nephew, William lU-niy, Funeral services will bo held Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the lute home to St. Aum>«tine's Church where a high M»»s of requiem will bo celebrated nt !> o'clock. Burial will be In St. Michael's Cemetery, Bridgeport. Hawley Hardware 120 Church Street Man Wanted Purt-tlnm Job with luc.k lloimliiK Authority / or mini with qimliririitliiiiN (n tuirvti UH NiijM'rlnl.'iiilcnl of project linmes. Apply hy letter only to NAUGATUCK HOUSING AUTHORITY P. O. Ilox 87 Christmas Suggestions as . ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TOASTERS, MIXERS, Etc. also SLEDS — TOYS SHOE SKATES PYREXWARE, Etc. Phone 4086 We Deliver i BUST A CUTAWAY KOB THAT IMPORTANT J5TEHT! W. C»l> Fll Him» To* M| IMBIMBO'S O Tk«« All * r Pko |V«MI YOU READ IT IN THE NEWS i - - - Now Here's The Book. HOW PLAY f.i'• iV; -.-:H jVJ *'r £'. i ! t. • •?*•• -':,'-. t ;J>3L. j.' VILLIAM E.*McKENNEY Available At NEWS Office 10 THE C COPY

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