Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 8, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
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Club Board Completes Plans For Yule Party for the annu.-il nf the Nautili Clu;> were corn- t :it (hi- monthly executive honril Arrangement.- Christmas party unior Woman's p!r:,.,l ins; nlirh m"rtlnK of the held at the- home of Nanry Ander- non. 32 Walnut terrare. The party will bo hr'.d Mmd". >• evening at S o'clock in the Congregational 7>arish house, wila member* of tho Nnui;ntiick Woman's Cluh ns special cuests. Roru'd members will bo ho.-uessen rit Hi? t-nrtv. Mrs. M. Francis "Foeley. pr"'-.l- cent. was in charge of the meeting. during which Mary Reilly. foreifj.i relief chairman. reported she has sent n CARE package to the cluY.-- adopted family in Finland. A social hour followed tho bu-":- ness, with refreshments serve:] by Miss Anderson. Amoni: those attending were: Mr*. Fepley. Mr*. l^. Ellsworth Neary. Mrs. Eilwar-J Lowe. Arlocn Sullivan. Mildred Rnllly. Mrs Wlllam Yarmrc'm, >frs. Robert Seheiber. Mrs. C]av'<>n Dethlefson. Mrs. Krm-sl. Krlckson. Mary M.-irtfarf-: Donovan, MI--I. Ann Brown. Mr;:. Charles Noble, Jr.. Marion Trafirnntl. Eleanor Cemckf. Mrs Ralph Pmnovii-i-. Mar>- Reilly. Mrs. Everett Ro^rr?,, senior contact. Father Taylor Guest Speaker The Rev. Albert Taylor, assistant pastor of St. Francis 1 church, was speaker at this week's mooting of Kennedy Circle. Daughters of Isabella, and si reused the importiinnn •if the Junior Circle program, which I will lie organized after the first of I the new year'. ApplMcatlonH for mernborHhlp were signed by mothers having •laughters ranging in age from 10 to 13-yearn. It. Is believed the local circle is the first to sponsor a junior group. Following n brief business session, a Christ ma.i pnrty V.-IJH held, •vith Santa Clans distributing Klfls from a grub bag to those attending. Entertainment included Hinging by Mrs. Paul Clisham; piano solos by Miss Lorctta O'Shoa and Ml»s •\ngcline Mariano, and group singing of Christmas carols. A bubble gum contest wan won by Mrs. Rose: Be:irdsley. A benefit, sale wan conducted by Mips Rita Lorson and Mrs. Robert l*orson. Mr:i. James 1'ettlt, regent, and Mm. Oliver l-orijon, past regent, were among members attending Installation ceremonies of the Waterbury circle la:!t. Kill iirdiiy, A buffet Uir.c-h V/IIH nerved ilurlnic n nodal hour. Fram-cis Pa/ttf Wed OTIIKlt SOCIAL NEWS OX PA OK SKVION Pays to Shop at CHESTER'S SAVE UP TO 30% ON CHRISTMAS GIFTS The Season's Outstanding Seller !SATIN TACKLE TWILL JACKET Featuring .... • Mouton Collar • Quilted Lining • Water Repellent • Knitted Wristlets 10 .95 In GRAY or TAN Reg. $13.95 You SAVE $3.00 BOYS Gabardine Flying-Type JACKETS $12.5)5 Value only $8.95 CHESTER'S ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Naugatuck OPEN TONIGHT Phone 6919 FOR CHRISTMAS GIVE AN AS LOW AS $2.00 A WEEK Revolutionary /Veto ASK ABOUT OUR FREE TRIAL PLAN Ktnc to Buy IVeto SpHt-Scfond Station Selector Picture* Sharp and fleur a* the WIN A NEW $1800 FORD CAR Coupons Free With Every $1.00 Cash Purchase!! Admiral 1'rwnln . . "Slop Th« Mimic" . . AHC TV Network Thursday, 8 I'. M., KST. RADIOS ^AI>PLIANCES. 15 CHURCH ST. 413 NO. MAllTsT. Naugatuck (Phones 6490—6491) Union City FREE PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS Mifts Jo.'in Vosinr, daughter of Mr. and Mm. lOdwnrd Vu'/.nr. J tn-/.«lton, Pa._ nnd Francln fntt, won of Mr. and Mrs. Len Patt. of Oxford road, wnro murrli-d ThunhsKlvInu mnrn- liiK In St.. Oubrlol'ii chiircih, I liirtH- lon, wllh tin. Rrv. JoHuph Mi'.Don- ouKh, officiating. MI.SH Shlrlny Ann Vo/.nr ««rvod JIH linr Hi.slcr'.s mnid of honor, find bridesmaids worn Carolyn Snpola and Mnry Unix. Francl.M Putt of Wllllamspdi-t. Pa., n cousin of the bridt-jrroom. WIIH host man, and ushers were Anthony Scatton, Don- itd Swnrtz nnd Stanley Patt. Miss Margaret Flynn presided at the 01..'.•in and Joseph McNeils was soloist. Tho bride wore an original ^own of ivory Hllpjicr Hiitin, flnf;f!rtl]) liinKlh veil ut Inched to a Katln crown with a French plume, and carrlrd a prayer hook with a pink orchid and Hi mumem- of lIlleH of (ln^ valli»y and hahy'.H l>r('at.h. Hor maid of honor worn an omnrnlil t;recn sllppor satin gown, nnd the lu'ldnKmnidM Amnrican Hnnut.y nnd Old KtiKll'th hlno ruHpoctlvnly. A dlnnitr wan iii.-rvnil nt the home of tho bride's puri-nta, followed by a. reception at the Snrhlnn-Montnn- CKrln hull, with the brldu'n mother recelvlnR In an atjtia Rown with white accessories, and the hrlde- Kroom'.i mother in .1 hlnck sown will) blacU acncsKorleM. The brUlo IH iiKTiidualo of St. Ga- hriel'a Hi«h school and McCann School of B\iHincBH. Mr. Patt graduated from NauRatuck Hlfjh school and served three ycura in tho Army Air Force. Tho couple arc rcsldlns in their new homo on Oxford road after a wedding trip to Niagara Falls. Legion Auxiliary Accepts Two New Members At Meeting- Accepted r, M n member .ind junior member, n-HpecUvely, of the Ladles' auxlllnry of Nuuffntnck American T.eptlon post, No. 17, Inst ni'rht wan Mi's. Albert W. Heunouk ii nd Carol Dinsmore. DurlnR tho meetlns-, conducled by Miss Dorothy M. Brnder. president, Miss Oertrude Oemcho, re- hahilitnllrin chnlrmnn rei>orted r.n uifts sent to the Rocky Hill and Newlnnlon Hoapltal Rift shops. Veterans will select JIH m;my Rifti •IH i.H needed for their families clur ini; the next two weeks. The annual Christmas party of the Ijojfion nnd auxiliary wilt he neld Wedncsdiiy, Dec. 21, All mem hern are requested tn furnish a 25-cent Rift. Mrs. Station Kralis will be chairman of arrangements. Miss Brodor nnnovinccd that books ore needed at Rocky l'fl!l Hospital, with veterans liking mystery nnd detectlvo Htorlcit nnd sports magazines. Books and rtinn- azlnes may be left nt the Legion Memorial Home. 21 Cedar street. Mrs. Esther Bodcnheimer, nunr.r- visor of a recently conducted li-'- ephonc sale In Naupatuck, with proceeds to be used for work in veterans hospitals throughout the slate, was n «ucnt at the meeln£. Tho monthly card party will be held tonlpht at 8 o'clock in charge of Mrs. Thomas Brodor. Those nt- tfcndlnfj are requoated to furnish thelj' own curdu. Several door prizes will bo awarded. Hostesses at last night's mooting were Mrs. Joseph DeCarlo. a«sl-i1- c«l by Mrs. F. 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