Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 12, 1949 · Page 3
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Personal—So cial—Fraternal Club Yule Party Slated Tonight The annual Christmas party of the ~S T augntuck Junior Woman's club •/ill be held tonight In the Congregational parish house at K o'clock, with member* of the Naugiitui'k Woman's club as guests. Mrs. M FrnnclH Fcnley. president. will t»e in chnrgu of a brief biinlnc*.s mppllne. after which the parly.will be held. The program will include a musical presentation by Daniel Sweeney, local tenor, accompanied by Miss Josephine Lamnnno. Members are requested to make ticket returns tonight for the annual Yulctlde dance to be held Saturday night at the Hotel Elton, \Vu- terbury. Birthday Party Guest Of Honor Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Woos'.cr o{ Woodier street, entertained :•! n 'party Saturday afternoon, in honor of their son. Floyd, who wa. celebrating hia 10th birthday. Ouenta InnllKloi! Leslie Srbofli-ld. Willlnin and Annla J*'cllm:i», Nlckey and Samuel. Kosko, Elaine and Peter Ryblriulcl, Carol, Robl'\ and Russell Dwy, John Kolmlz'nJ. Jr., Joel and Don Durette. and Gerald Wooster. the g\icst of honor, his parents, and his grandparent?, Mr. and Mrs. F. Floyd Woostor, and Mrs. Gladys Feltman. There were games. contents, pi izes and many gifts Circle Members M Breakfast Aoionn mr-mberH of Kennedy Circle. Daughter of Isabella, wlio iitlcndnd the OJeda Council, KniKhtn of rVihimbuH, f?ommunlon HreakfiiKl ye.'ilcrday morning in St. "iMirce'fi hull, Linden Turk, were: Mrs. Jmncs I'ettll, regent; Mrs. Oliver I,orMOn, pnnt worthy regent ; M|MM Madgn Mariano, Mlmi Angellm: Marliuio, Minn Kiln l.^rson, Mrs. Bridget Curtln. Mrs. Charles Romanoff. Mrs. Aklo Pi.ilnrclll, Mrs. Henry Behlman, Mrs. C. J. Wa.ikowlox. MI-H. Charles Staskic- wic', Mrs. Raymond Schultz, Mrs. John Christie, Mrs. Ralph Hoy, Mrs. Anne Gawitt, Mrs. Steven K ec.sk nM. The next regular meeting nf !he Circle will he held Tuesday nl(;ht nee. 20. lit fl (.'clock In (.hi; 1C. of C Hull. Elisabeth Lyons Engaged To Wed Announcement In made or the i-ngiiKcnicrit of Ml!< ;( ICIIsabelh Lynns. ilain;liler of Mr. and Mrp. Snmuel I. I,yons, Park avenue, to CharleH lOdward c,nrvln. non of Mr. and Mi'ii. William H. Uurvm, Taunton. MU.HH. Miss 'I^yons graduuted from Mount Holyoko College, Sou'.h Had Icy, Mass., last June. Mr. Garvin, a graduate of Yiilo University in this year's class, served nw an Army captain during the war, and is now associated Swllh tho Vlcks Chemical Co., New York city. LINCOLN STORE THE SAFEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR NEW 1950 MODEL TELEVISION WATERBURY'S LARGEST DEALERS CHOOSE FROM THESE FINE SETS • ADMIRAL • OAPEHART • EMERSON GENERAL ELECTRIC • PHILOO • RCA VICTOR • STROMBERG- CARLSON TELETONE • MOTOROLA » ZENITH BEST SKBVICE — KASIEST TKUMS Lincoln l r ) Store WEST MAIN ST. r ?in Fresh Cut Connecticut CHRISTMAS TREES 500 TO CHOOSE FROM! Larg-e and Small Sizes FRESH STOCKS DAILY Open Daily and Evenings Starting Tuesday, Dec. 13th RUDY SMITH'S CHRISTMAS TREE STATION Park Place 'Next to Gt. 0. Murphy Co.) FREE DELIVERY YOUR CAR AT CHUCK'S CHUCK'S I*** Set-nice Union City — Tel. 4965 531 NORTH MAIN STREET Mrs. J. Wrinn Honored Eor League Wbr'k Mrs. John .7. Wrlnn of Wnrtl iln>(!l, pi'cnkliMil of Ifio Omincrtlrut Con.'iiinici'H Li<nKti*!i WM» fmnorccl Tur her \vorlt In Uir ulntf and on Ihi^ tmllnn'il council, at. Itn- r>0!h •innlvrrmiry tllnnnr of (hn Nittloiinl ConHumcra Ldague held last Fr\-i d.'iy nl^ht nl the Hotel Commudort;, New York cltyi laH Jcnnnctlo Studlny, executive director of the Htnte league, O ri-celvdcl mention for ht^r .application of loKUiltitlon, piirtlculnr- ly an concerns child labor. Thn Connncticnit r^oague wnn nited for ImvliiK InlroduumJ 12 liri|>ortnnl. labor bllln In (.li« (jiinoml .AMHcin- bly during tho pant ID ynara, none of them hnvlng bnon rnjtralnd. A rcbroadcuHt <»f tho dinner mnr;1- Iru: will be heard on n niitloiial hookup thin eomlnjf Hulurday. Mra. Wrlnn also attcndcrl a lunnheun iiicrlliiK of olflri'i-H, illriK'torn and council moniburn Siil.urdiiy at the: National Art club, New York. All fiOlh .'innlvnniriry tifTlr.i'rn vsi-fr- rculeclod, and It wan voted to ob- luln J.TO.OOO a« an unnlvoiwiry j'und. The national j)rojei;l. for the coming year concerns Migrant. Labor In the United Statew. Mrs. CMara M. Beyer of Wimlilngton dlacuHnnd tho subject. After the luncheon Mr». Wrrfin, M!HH Studley and Mrs. Kllxabcth McGee dlscuHHi'd the year's program In Connecticut. Projects will include- Increasing mcmbernhlp rm the board of directors; working for tuli>qutitc enforcement of the law governing the 14 year age for or- ganlxed Indnntrial woi-knrn. The league will miike a mirvny of nur- Bury and child care ci'.nters In Connecticut, with MJ-H. William Magenau of Naugatuck, and Mrs. Krmtiil Truex of Weth(!rsfleld to assist In thi^ jirogrnm. Entertain At Party Friday Mr. and Mm. KUKKC]] H. Ayrui. •Jr., Quinn olrcnl., eiitni-tiilnod at a Dutch Treat cocktail parly at. their honii- Krlilay evening before ||if Junior Chumber lof X-'oriimiM'iyi Christmas dance held In Odd Fellows hall. Attending wore Mr. and Mrs KlngHley W. French, Mr. and Mrs. Tiilly Shelly, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. David Gilixitrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gcllst], Mr. and Mr.i. (leorge Scliaffer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oswald Tower, Jr., and Mr. find Mrs riporgo W. Young, I he latter (Oiijilti of Woodbury. Personal- Evergreen Sewing Circle To Meet The regular monthly mcc-Hng of Evergreen Mowing Circle of Kver- urenn rhaplcr, Order of l^aftlorn Star, will In' held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of MI-M. Henry ICrli, Now llavon road, Mrs. Joy Schlonlngor, president, will conduct M brief hUHlnertH rnnel.- IIIK, iit'ler which u ('lii-lnl nniH party will be hold. Mcmborn tiro requested to furnish n 25-cont gift for the Krafj baK and food for a gift basket. HnstOHHO will bo Mrs. Krk, Mrs. Fred Tuthill, Mrs. Milton Robey, Mra. Howard Bowcn and Mrs. Hchle- slngcr. Mi.s.3 Margaret O'Connor, Oharlotlf! I*cucha.rK a.nd .Mr. and Mr», Raymond C. Woontor, attended 11 tis'-Umonlal dinner In lionur f>T Mr.s. TTolon liojfoi'H, Mprldnn, recently filrcted tuutlonal (ivrn-nldcnI. of thn Marine Corpw T^oa^ne auxiliary. The (?rotip from the borouph roprescntcd Naiiftatuc.lt Vnlloy Do- Inrhmnnl. Marlni! Cor-pw I^OIIKUG and lt« auxiliary. Tho dinner wan held at lUdyeway rpnUiurant, Berlin. M!HH Judy Ann Nnrwanh, daui;h- ter of Mr. and Mrn. Walter A. Norwin-rh, Fnlrvlow avenue, onlnr- tnlned four cliiKnmalcH of St.. Mar- Knrnt'n Hcliool rect'nlly. They were Mlim Ann Hill, Mlddlrbury; Nancy •OrijrKH, Hartinrii ByrnoH, both of Waterbury, and Royce Powell, Woodbury. Mrs. Donald MacVlcar of North Church utroot, will be among the howloMNCM nt u reception Friday evcnlnB in tho Ansembly Room of the Hotel JBILon, Watiirbtiry. for former piipllH of Minn Hlocum't! dancing- clnaunn. A clan. i of camlldfiluu will be initiated tomorrow night at a meeting of the Ramona Council Degree of Pocnhontaa, in Odd Fellows hrjl, i, y (l t ,.,,,„ frr)m Kvodl'a Council of Bridgeport. A si'ipper will be served at 0:30 o'clock, with the business meeting at 8 o'clock Nomination of offlcen, will take plan-. Election of officers of the Sisterhood of Congregation of Mrt I, !,„ nwl will tain- pluoe tomorrow eve"Ing n.l H o'clock In the community center, 148 Fall-view avenue. Mrs. Sidney Wota Is chnlrma., of U.o nominating commltteft, as«i«t- Rob.'rf^''"' 1A " r0n Wel « m "n, Mrs. Robert Harris and Mrs. Julea Don. Due to the death of Mrs. ChoH- «r A. Oarvln. chairman of fho harden department of the Nau^ uck Woman's ...Uvb, a meeting of lie department setieduled lhl« af- li'rnoon WIL-. (pioHtponod. A li-oluj-c Plrinned by,Mr f , ,-Mrry W ln«ch of - ° Woodbrid,-.,, win hcll , „, Brownie Troop Wins Log Hunt Members of Brnwnln troop, No. 5R f NaugaLiick and lroop_ No, 37 of A/aterlniry, were wlnnera In the iruwiilc Yule dog hunt, held Satur- n.y at Luke WoquopauHot, Wator- II.•, Aftur l.hti hunt, In which npproxl- natcly DUO partlcijiaLed, Htorles were old, ChrlMtman carols nunj^, chips rum 1 IK; lotf dint i ibuted^ and re- roHhmontii sorved. 'I'hn atory of tho Yule Log was told by each group :uptain. ollege Freshman On Honor Roll Mary Ann Swan, daughter of Wr. and Mr.s. Arthur W.'Swan, f-5 New Mtreet. and a frnshmnn at Ctjloi'ado Wcimfin'H college, Dcn j vcr, Colo., Is amoriK Ihone on th.r> ienn's honor roll for the first peri- rid of Ftohonl. The honor roll In a littl of thono s'lrlfi attaining the hlghpHt acholaH- lic Mtandlng of tho entire school. Church Helpers Party Wednesday Church HelperM of »(.. Mi- chael'H KplHcopal Church will hold a ChrlfttmaH i>arly Wednesday ernofin In conjnnotlon with tho regular monthly inei^thiK In at, Ml- ulmul'H parlHli hmiHo, A covered-dlHh luncheon will be mi'vrd lit I o'i'loi-li, iiftur whlrh Mrn. t:he«l.i-r I'. Irthell, prrTlldet.t will (.•(induct a hrlof biiHlncHH mnnt- fnr- Membei-H n re retjlH'Hled I nliih a 25-ccnt Klft for (lie Ch mns liarly, which will be chnrfjn of Mrn. Harold Hlln MfH. lEIIen Hiuimmer. Mrn. A. J. lntiM- and Mr.s JenHi) Jlowell. Second District Auxiliary To Meet A meeUiiK of (.he Second n trlrt American l,cf{lori ailxlllnry will 'In; held WednuHday cvonln; lit H:30 o'clock In Pythian hull CurtlHs place, Wimt Hnvon, At a recent, card party, conducted hy the I/adlCH' auxiliary of Naufraluck American H-oglon pout No. 17, In charge of Mrs, Thorn.if 7 J ,ro{lcr, iloor prl'/.cn \verr; mon by MIH. Fred Dwycr and Mra. Ray mond Men^accl. M'lBn JDinily Sophie Brown wll lead ChrlHlmas carollntr a,t, a, moil Inj? of thn Waterbury branch American Aimoclat.lon of Unlvnr- >illy Women, Tbiuwday evnnln).; at o'clock In the Walerbury YWC'A. .She nlHo will .serve na a hostoHH. MKinbnrn of the IjmlloN 1 auxiliary )f Na.u|jn.lucjc Valloy Detachment. Marine Corps Long-lie, will meet tomorrow nl>,'hl at H o'clock at tho homo of Mr.s, Joy .SehlcslnKur, M WHH announced today by M>;f, Raymond C. Woostcr, prciildont. hurch Notes St. Mary's Novcna devotions of the Miracu- ous Medal will bo held this eve- Ing nt 7:30 o'clock, with u muot- itf of the CYO study club to f al- ow. A special meeting of the Chil- ren of Mary Society, will be hold it 0:30 thin evening. Wednesday evening nt 8 o'clocK ho Holy Name Society Smoker vlll be held In the church Imminent, with all male members or he piirlwh Invited. Thoro will bo no bingo unlll al't- ir thn holldayM. Hnlurdiiy mornlnic ill H oVIoelc horo will be a month's ml ml Mn IH 'or Robert R. Mooney. " Wednesday, Friday and Saturday no Ember Days. St. Francis' A first anniversary Muss f,<r Mra. Margaret Ferguson was col- jbrated this morning. Tlilw evening at 7 o'clock tho T,'YO will meet In thn chapel nnd :he Holy Name Society will meet it S o'clock. Tomorrow morning a nocond an- •ilvornnry MaHM will bo culobruted it 7:30 o'clock for Patrick Conwrty. Wedncuday evening the junl'>r jliolr will reheanie tit II:-In ii'itKniic ind the senior choir will rnhear-c it S o'clock. Wednesday Is an Emit? r Day. Thuniday morning at 7:M o'clock hero will be n flrnt anniversary: Mans of Martin Ward. Friday IB i Kmhor Oiiy, Saturday morning at 7:80 o'clock a requiem Mass will bo celebrated for Anpolo Glunncarll and at S o'clock there will bo a month « rilnd Mass for Raymond McNn.ni- ara. The CYO will stage a cako sMe at the Naugaluck Public Mm- kel from 10 a. m. to •» p. m. Hal- urdny Is an Ember Day. St. Hedwig's The CYO moots this evening nt 7 o'clock. The Children of Marv Christ mas party will be held nt K o'clock. Thursday, religious InHtruclloiiii will bo given public school children ni 3 o'clock. Wednesday. Frlduy and Mnttirdav are Ember, Days. Opera Star Hurt FAMED opera sln|?cr Mary Qnrdcn, 112, Is fihown In Cleveland, CX, os sho tolls newsmen how she "fell over like a ton of bricks," fracturing her elbow, when she tripped on n lawn in Chicago, scene of many of her triumphs. The Scottish prlma donna recently arrived in tho U. S. for a lecture tour. (International) NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN.), MONDAY, DEC. 12, 1!M<»—1'AGK 3 Pond Hill Young People Now Members Of Community Club Tho Younjr People's group of the Pond Hill Community club held lt» flna.t mooting Frld.i.y evening, arid has now been Incorporated whh till.' iiilu.ll, group. Special prlvl!ij?<M will be given tho toon-niflfers upon notification to thr» senior club. The monthly card pa.rly of the cliff). will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, with tables and door prlze» to bo awarded. The children's Christmas party, originally scheduled for Thiirmlay, Dec. 22, will be held Monday, Dec, 19 Instead, at 7 o'clock. Adults are requested to furnish 25-ccnt gifts for t.hp grab-bag. Mrs. Jof»c-ph Adams'il, chairman of the wn.yn and means <'rmwnllt.ee, l» In charge of the two mania, i ' -\-.\ Now & lb>cmi<1ltloii<><l Motor* FOlin A MKKCIJKY Bmlffet I'lnn Available The NAUOATUOK FUEL CO ItKAIMlt IMtonn 5231 Emblem Xmas Party Attended By 90 Tho rlrnt . ;inmiul chlldn-a'', C'hrlt;l.m«H parly, Rponsorrd hy the lCm1>l<*ni Club nf the Nau^'itur k JxutK^ of JO)Its, look plMoo ycntiT- tiny Jiftr*rnof>n whm Of) chlldn n wr-ro onti*rt«i wtl. Mot ion pirt urtvi wrrf rhown t>y 1 lurry 1 'arUn, nml ncrordinn «.<•!«• r- tlonM were prcpnjtrd \>y lloim-d Hir/./y. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thi. Old Tra.tm.nt OfUa Bring* Happy R*IUf Wl»n <H>oM>r of \Un*r fnctloo gotaonou. mBltor h> ra»Jn In FOOT * i n * )p i c * u »? n *f#'>* b<wk Mini, leg Mini. Ku of p«p Ung • ".OmnUnt mllllom for o»»r Co r**rm. rcltef .nd will b.UT«i tii!>«« (lu Mr. and MI-M. David Ronch of Cotton Hollow are upending n two monlliH vucatlon In Florida. Numerous Small Articles for Parties and Grab Bags Miss Foster's Shop 17 Carroll Court ROWLAND -HUGHES *W»t«rbury'» Friendly Department Stor»" SANTA'S SCHEDULE DAILY 10 A. M. to 12:30 P. M. 2 P. M. to 5 P. M. LUNCH HOUR 12:30 to 2 NIGHTS OPEN 6:30 P. M. to 8 P. M. KODASCOPE i EIGHT-71 r s \Y Check These Features and You'll Se», Why the "Eight-/!" is Your Best Buy/ •;.\,» f/1.6 lumeniied Lent • 750-wam'lamp ; • Takes 1000-watl Lamp,"too '• • 400-foot Film Capacity • • Quiet, Cool Operation A ( S(op in'and lof ufTiHowtybu'lhisTecoriomicaO , t.J8mm.t projector.vfT.^oacejyou'vtjion it in* •' j jOelion, we're sure you'll bo as sold on if as w<r .j- are. Its f/1.6 lumen/zed lens \ and 'powerfyl! / I lamp auuro you large, jbrillionljmoviei.*And' ,' .- ^you'll like the plus voluejof being able to'pro-*- .r 1 ject 30 minutes ( of continuous f movies^ Major} <r controli aro on a single panel... ha» simplified Ihroadino ."T"'. buill-in motor-driven rewind."' ' MOVIE CAMERAS — SOUND PROJECTORS PHOTO SUPPLIES ON THE BALCONY SWEENEY'S 213 CHURCH STREET ART and NAUOATUCK NkftMiMtM,**),? New Hearing- Device Has No Receiver Button In Ear r Chicago Ill—Deafened people are sailing a now device that elves hem clour hearing without making Uiom wear u receiver button In the car. They now enjoy fl on BS sermons friendly companionship and business uucccas with no Hclf-con- sclouB feeling that people are lonk- * a ,»n. ny bUtt ° n h(ln «flnK.on their ear. With the 'now invisible Phan- tomold you may free youmolf not only from deafness but from ,-vnn the appearance of deafness. Tho makers of Bellonc Dopl 40 MSO W. 19th St., Chicago 8, ill., are so proud of their achievement they will gladly send you their free brochure (In plain wrapper) and explain how you can test, this immz- Intf Invisible device In the privacy of your own home without risking a penny. Write Beltone today — Adv |? CO! "s^CK 'fll CERTIFICATP jk ~-::rr=r= J jfea- L-.;,...,.^ V.% »* Stocks Are Pieces of Paper Stocks are pieces of paper tKat represent OWNERSHIP in companies which issue them. / •?;• . .y If you own a stock, you own a part of the company—just the f same as if you have a deed to a piece of rcn! estate—or a bill of f J sale of an automobile. ^ J ' jf If you want to know ab'oiit a company whose stock you have heard of, chances are we Have information on it—or we can get it for you. Come in and see us—or mail in tKc ccr.ipon. There is ho cost or obligation. / I would like to have information on the following company (!«): PUTNAM ccTCQ 6 Central Row. Hartford T«l. 5-015T OUR NAUOATUOK REPRESENTATIVE 18 MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN Please Call Waterbury 5-0238 (Revenue Charges) ami quotations , Name .yes. . no Street ancl Number City or Town (NN)

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