Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 5, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, December 5, 1949
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Personal—So cial—Fraternal Wed Saturday On Long Island Elizabeth Calder Sand, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sand. Kockvill* Center. Lonff Island. N. Y., and Howard C. Robinson, Naugatuck. son of Mr. nnd Mrs Francis T. Robinson, Newport News, Va_, were married Saturday afternoon in St. Mark's Methodist chuich. Rockvllle Center, with the Rev. Harold R. Brcnnan, officiating. Miss Xan<ry Crosby was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Barbara Hearn. Dodoros Duffy, Barbara Swenson. The flower girl -n-as Susan Calder, cousin of the bride. John F. Sand, Jr., brother of the bride^ was best man. and ushers were: Henry S. Brumiey. Charles Metier, Jr., and Donald SU-wort. The brido la a graduate of Cen- tenrxrv Junior college. Hackotta- town. N. J. Mrs. Robinson graduated from Clark school. Hnnovor, N. Y., and' served with the Marine Corps on Guam In World War II. He is associated with the U. S. Rubber Co. footwear plant. Tho couplo will reside U Nnugatuck following a wedding tri' ? to Quebec. Former Resident Plans Wedding- Announcement is made of the coming marriage of Miss Anna Mae Zerbe. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Zerbe, Dallas. Texan, former NaiiKntuck rogl- dents, to Charles E. Arnold of Dal- Hs, formerly of Blufton, Ind. The candlelight wedding eern- rr.ony wJll Itukc place Saturday evening. Dec. 17, at 6 o'clock In St. Luke's Methodist Church Dallas. with the Rev. .F. Talbot officiating. DON'T WAIT! IT'S LATE! ORDER Personal j Christmas Cards S Today Awt&rd Prizes! At Jeff Klmb Holiday Dajnce Prizes were awarded In several contests held Saturday night ut tho Holiday Frolic of the Juff Klub held at the American Brass Country Club. Tho prize winners were Henry Bulka, Roy Fount, Mr. ard Mrs. Louis Barto and Mrs. Ruusdll Weaving. Those attending the dance- nr.d party were: Mr. and Mrs. Philip C'lnnclolo, Mr und Mrs. Anthnr.y Clnnciolo. Mr. and Mrs. August. DIVittorio, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lucc-nlna. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hur- row, Mr. and Mrs. Edward .Tnn- kowski, Mr. and Mrs. J, Strasdas, Mr. and Mrs. George Schuienk Mr. and Mrn, Albert Robinson Jr.. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kochanowsld, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Adamson. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Maxim, Mr und Mrs. John Quint, Mr. nnd Mr.}. Kdwln H. Baummor. Mr. nnd Mr!;] Donald C. Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Mrr- win Packer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bnrto, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Scho- fltild. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Dobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulkii, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCnnn. Mr. ana Mrs. John Tltley. Mr and Mrs' "' J. Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Rochon.'Mr. anjl Mrs. Robert Dowllng, Mr. und Mrs. Eugene J. Dowllng, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. Greene. Mr. and Mrs. aimer Lnrson, Mr. and Mrs. Mcr- ritt Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wood, Mr. und Mrs. Ru.HHoll Wonv- ing, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllum Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bulkn. Mr. and Mrs. Eugono Biillnnkl, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McNnlll, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Br-lnckorhoff, Mr. and Mrs. George H. BirdsRl!, Mr. and Mrs. William Plikfiiti.v, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Madden, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Nles, Mr. and Mrs. Koy Poust. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Foderowlcz. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gorman, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Muconuld, Mr. and Mrs. Frame jilroy, Mr. and Mrs .Frank Peas- ee. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Ort, Jr. YOUR CARD DEALER I SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY £ STORE \ 213 Church St. TVau^atuck J Kennedy Circle Party Tomorrow Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will hold a party, In connection with their social meeting tomorrow night at 8 '/cock- in he Knights of Columbus hall. Every member Is asked to furnish a 25-cent gift for the grub bag. Santa Cluun will visit tho party, after which hero will be winging and entertainment. A benefit sale for members also will be stagod at tomorrow nlgbt'n uvent, Mrs. Steven Kecskcs, scribe, snnounced. Mrs. Oliver Lornon, stnte Inner puard of the Daughters of I.inhella, was among those attending the installation of officers of Santa Maria Circle, Waterbury, yestcrd.'iy In the Hotel Elton. Watiirbury. Mrs. Calvin J. Kuzunjlun of Woodbury, has left for Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. where she will remain for the winter. Th« shoes you taw in GLAMOUR . . . you'll travel /otlf, than light . . . smoother Man tfic wind ... in thetf comfortable, tlatiic, to ra»y-lo-vtar TKSHfCZCI Store Open Thursday and Friday Nights Free Coupon With Every $1.00 Va'ue—Win A New Ford Norwash 'SHOE STORE 209 CHUBCH ST. — NEART BLDG. — NAUGATUCK •• '•••^"^^••••••^^•••^^•^••••••••••l*™ Pdrticipa/te In A'nmuyl Parley Two Nnugntuck Htudonts nt New Haven State Teachers college wore among a delegation of students from the college attending tho annual New England conference of International Relations clubs meeting at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N. It., this pant weekend. Miss Virginia Qulrkc took part in tho round tablo discussion of "China's Futurii Under Communism." Lillian Qulrkc participated In a discussion of "Progress in India under Nehru." Lillian Quirke has been elected one of the co-editors-in-chief of The Laurel, the college yearbook. Miss Charlotte O'Connor of Nuugatuck has been elected to tho editorial staff. Entertains At Bridal Shower Mrn. Joseph Shanloy, 2BO Qulnn street, entertained at u bridal sho- wtir recently, In honor of hot- niece, Mlsw Lorcon Wynne of Bi'a- con Fulls, who will become tho hrlde of .lumen Cornwall, nun of Mr. und Mrs. Frederick Cornwall of New Haven Dec. 26. Miss Wynne is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wynne of Wolfe uvc- nuc, Beacon Falls. Guests incldcd 1 , Mrs. Ralph Pronovost, Mrs. Franklin Hubbcll, Mrs. Terrancc Carmody, Mrs. Esthor Grunt, Mrs. Edward Cur'Jn, Mrs. Raymond Qulnn, Mrs. Rnlph Qulnn, Mrs. Peter Qulnn, Mrs. AUix Sullivan, Mrs. Hnrbort Churchill, Mra. Albert VcllloUu, Mrs. A. L. Kails, Mrs. James Summa. M!ns Anne Musics, Mls.s Helen Jonon, Mrs. Lee Gucclurdi, Mlas Murgurot Nolan, Miss Bridget Joyce, all of Nuugntuck. Mis. Frank Wynne und Mrs. Wilfred rius.',el) of Beacon Fulls; Mrs. I.ostcr Forest of Oxford; Mr*. J. F, Wynne, Mrs. George Cadorct and Mrs. William Sullivan of An- honiu; and Mm. George Dunne of Derby. Mr. nnd Mro. I^ouis S, Andrew Mountain, left recently for West Palm Beach. Fla., where they will remain for the winter. AltaJr Society Party Tlonight' St.. Fnmcls' Altar society will sponsor Its annual Christmas card party tonight at 8 o'clock In Col- umhuH huli. Mr.s. William TlHirston in chairman of the arrangements commlt- tee. In conjunction with the party, there will be a booth of articles suitable for Christmas gifts, and there also will be a sale of bak- ory und food goods. Prl/R» will be awarded high scorers nt each table, und thoso planning to attend arc requested to furnish their own curds. Emblem Club Plans Party For Children _ Tho first annual children's Clirlstmns party, sponsored by the Kmblem Club of tho Nnugutuck f.odgn or icik«, will bo held Sunday afternoon, Dec. 11. at 3 o'clock in the Elks rooms, Noury building. Santa CIuus will distribute, pi-cs- rntn to the youngsters, and t/ilnment hn:< linen arranged. Hu- Inishnn'nts will bo served nt the conclusion of Iho program. Mi'M. ICiig(!n<! St. John, chnli'/n.-in of the urrangomentst commltten, IH uhslstcd hy Mrs. Corrlnc Lawlcy, Mrs. John Ash, Mrs. ISdwnril Auriscn, Mrs. Jamos Honncsrioy, Mrs. Donald Brennan. Mrs. D. Ein- mett Shea, Mrs. Joseph F. Donahue,, Mrs. Krnest Plchuld, Mrs. Mury Brandlen and Ms. John C'urtln. —Church NoteS- Bible Class Plans Christmas Party Tho annual Christmas party of tho Fidelity Bible claHH of thn Meth- odlHt church will be held Thursday evening, Dec. 8 at. the American UriiHH Country <;lub. The parly will start at 6:30 o'clock. Members having "pals" are requested to furnish Rifts for each other, and those without "pals" are asked to provide a gift to bo exchanged. ,Mrs. IS. Philip Walker nnd Mrs. Willinm G. Boles nro members of thi! Hcnlur uommlttuo for tho Uov- ollcrs Dinner Dunce planned Thursday evening, Dec. 22 at 7:30 o'clock in the Country Club of Waterbury St. Francis' This evening at 7 o'clock, the CYG win meet lu the chapel. At H o'cloijk, thn A liar Society will hold a C'hrlHtrtmi sate und cai'il party In St. Frnnclti' school ball. Wudnenday morning tut 7:30 o'clock there will bo a month's mind Minis for Daniel Lcuy. At 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, confessions will be heard. Al«o at 7:30 o'clock, the, junior choir will rc- heu-rao In preparation lor Christmas. The senior choir will re- hcarHo nt 8 o'clock. Thursday Is tho Feast of tho Immaculate Conception, a holy day of obligation. Ma a sen will bo at .1.15, 0:30, 7:30 nnd l» o'clock. Friday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be a third anniversary requiem high Mass for MM. Mary Trlano. Saturday morning 1 -at 7:30 o'clock there will be a fourth annlvciwiry requiem high Moss for Simon Youle. At 8 o'clock t.horo will be ft ninth anniversary requiem high Mass for Joseph Mognanno. Sundny, t.h« Holy Name Society will rnnclvit Holy Communion in n body at the 8 o'clock Mans. members of tho societies are invited to attend Communion and the Communion Breakfast. Hnijlnnlnn; mixt Rumluy, the Ohll- lIl'Oll'H M.HHH Will I HI Imllf" 111 Hill chnreb biiHoment. nt !):.'if) o'clock. All children of the pitrinh ai'o exi>er:tt!ii to attend this wpcclul Masn. Tho Mans will continue until further nolice. St. Mary's An anniversary requiem high MUMS for tho lute Andrew und Mur- rellii Grlckls will | m hold Saturday morning at 8 o'clock, The Children <it Mary Sodality hold ii cake and food sale yesterday after all the Masses. This evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be Novena devotions In honor of Our Lady of tho Miraculous Medal. After devotions, thr CYO will meet. Tomorrow evening' nt 7:30 o'clock thero will bo a npeclnl meeting- of tho Holy Name Society lo make plans for thn annual smoker Doc, .1 \. Wednesday afternoon und evening, confessions will be heard. Tho Altar Society will hold its regular monthly mooting and a Christmas party, Wednesday evening ut 8 O'ClOCk. •); i ,T(, Thursday Is Iho Feast of the'Im- maculate Conception, a holy day of obligation. Masses will bo at B, 7, 8 and 9 o'clock. The regular weekly parish entertainment will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday, Doc. 11, the Knlghtti of Columbus and tho Daughters of Isabella will receive Holy Communion In a body at the 7:'iO o'clock MUHB. After tho Mass, a Communion Breakfast will bo held in St. George's hall, Linden Park. All St. Hcdwig's This evening ;'it 7 o'clock, thcru will be a meeting of the CYO. Tomorrow evening at; 8 o'clock, the Children of Mury Sodality will NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, DKC. C, 1»49_PAGK 8 hold a card parly in tho Falcon hall. The public is invited. Wednesday eveninjf at 7 o'clock, confessions will be heard. Thursday In the Fount of the Im- muculiilu Cunouptlon, a holy day of obligation. MUHMOB will bu at f>, 7, 8 and 0 o'clock. Birthday Party Guest Of Honor A party was held recently In honor of Barbara Vaiskuuskas, who celebrated her llth birthday at. tho trailer home of her parcnln, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vaiskauskas, 13« Lewis street. BF.NT A CUTAWAY FOB THAT IMPORTANT KTBNTI W« C«n Fit HOD* Too Bit IMBIMBO'S »<»«»*«• Them All It tin Km Hi., or (Mud Pko«» S-RtH Still Time To Enroll! P.hiu-r Whi-«'l«T Cotirsi- In TESTED SALESMANSHIP ChiNHCK Me»t Mori. Night (I:.'t0 POST JUNIOR COLLEGE ^.| (Vnlntl Avc. 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