Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 17, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, December 17, 1949
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Social-Personal Fraternal Statue Placed On Lawn As Gift On 77th Birthday >Irs. Mary Mariano. 1 Pond street, celebrated her 77th birthday yes- tcrdfiy nt n pai-ty attended by her 11 children. nincT/randchlltlrcn and two greut-nrandchlldren. The birthday celebration was ac- rornpanird by thn placing of a statue dedicated to Our Lndy of Fatlrrm on the lawn of Mr.t. Mariano's home. Tin- stntue In lighted nt night and attracts conwldvriibli: attention. BF.ST A. CUTAWAY row THAT IMFOBTAUT KTEJCT! Wo CM FH Ho»i Too HI* IMBIMBO'S Tk*B AU I* U«lo« 8l_ Wt»y. SHOP or PhoM l-»tfl Hawley Hardware 120 Church Street Christmas Suggestions as ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TOASTERS, MIXERS, Etc. also SLEDS — TOYS SHOE SKATES PYREXWARE, Etc. Phone 4086 We Deliver Former Resident To Wed Tbnight In Dallas, Texas In a oandlcllght service this evening at 6-o'clock In St. Jjuko'n Methodist church, Dalla.3. Texan, Miss Anna Mac 7,crbc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore SJorbe, 2((31 Ivingdon avenue, Dalian, former May avenue residents will become tho bride of Chnrlos K. Arnold of Dalian, Hem of Mr. and Mi*. O. K. Arnold, Bluffton ,Ind. The Rev. F. M. Talbot will perform the single ring ceremony a.s the 1>rlde 1« presented In marriage by her farther. Mrs. Robert Gorman will servo as her nicce'a matron of honor, and Kenneth Zerbe, brother of the bride, will be best man. UMhcr.s will be Mr. Garman and Hherhcl Lacrxl. The bride will be attired In u wine colored suit, white hat and corsage of white carnnUons and rom.'buds. _Her matron of honor will wear a gray null, black hal and corsage of pink carnations. A recoptlon for 50 will be held nt the home of the bi-idew parent!), with Mm. Zerbe to r«ceive in a black suit and cor.suge of white caa-nntlons. AmonK out - of - town gue.-itH attending will be Lewlu R. Kr>'dcr of Sunbury, Pa., grandfather of the bride. . Tho couple plan a wedding trip to Bluffton, and upon their return they will bo nt home after Jan. 1 at 2227 Lovcdale avenue, Dallas. The brldo IB n graduate of Nau- g'lluck HU;h wcliool In tho C!II»H of 11H7. Mr. Arnold hold.H the rank of captain in tho Army Engineer} reserve. Past Noble Grands Plan Party Tonight Th« Print Noble Grumls club of Columbian RebcUah LodKo of Odd P'cllowf* will hrjlrl 1 hf it* n.nnunl rlHtmnM p».r( y toni^M. In Odd FcllowM Hall. Mi'H. Wnltcr Ix>n^ IH n chni'Kc of arrangemont» for n AirUcy mippur t.o he, «rrv«tl lit tt'.XO, i..MHtHt.f>tl by MrH. Mnrlriri J«nnlri(; ft :tTul MI'H. rjhurliw Vi\}^• War Mothers Hold Pot-Luck Supper A pot-luck Miippcr at the homr of Mrn, Marry Krekllor Ouk utrmil wa.s at.tended by about 20 mem- bern of thu local chapter of the American War Mothers. Five Ku from Chapter I, New Havi;ri, ;it- tpncled, A brief buHlnc-SH meeting wan conducted by Mrs. Christine Holm proHldf;nt. Mr'H. KriildlfM' nml Mm Mai; KruUH were hoHtt-HHCH. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ort, Jr.. ]2!5 Qulnn Hlr«n!., eni.urtnlniMl lit ChriHlnuiH party nt their home recently. Gucnta Included Chni-len KtraHdan^ h'rarik 1>. I-*e/iMlci\ John McDonald, Mi Adumson, Mr. and Mrts. Russell Weaving nn<l Mr. and Mr.s. (leorge HlrdHull. 11 waH Charles StniHdiiH' birthday, and u cake was presented In bin honor. Mr. Mr. Mr. '. and and Mrs and MrH and Mr« Mrs. Fred AVf Take Plcnstm 1 In Announcing Thnt EDGAR .J. COHSETTJC, Jr. O.J'.A, Has Been Admitted As A Partner of This Firm KNUST, EVERETT & CAMBRIA CEKTJP1KD 1'UBLIC ACCOUNTANTM December J5, 1!)49 15 LEWIS ST. M1DDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK BI^DG. HAHTFORJD, CONN. MIDDLETOWN, CONN. Youngsters (Continued from 1'ngo One) Give The Perfect Gift 'A Portable Typewriter'! ALL 1950 MAKES and; MODELS Free with Each up _ Termfl Purchase A Set of Typewriting Lessons A Box of Typewriting Paper A Box of Onion Skin A Package of Carbon Paper One Year Service GIFT WRAPPING and DELIVERY VALLEY OFFICE SUPPLY 1 & EQUIPMENT CO. Artist Supplies, Stop! Filing Cal>mc1.n uwt Adding .Machines, Bookkeeping Systems, Etc. Open 'Til 9.P. M. Until Xmas HOBSON BLOCK 180 CHURCH ST. through the development nln^lnp; carulH. When the K''oup .stopH, rhll- will meat MantR <,'liiUH nrwl will b» dlHtrlbnteil. MrH. George HlBcrt will l>o in charge, hq Ktn.l fit. I'lllll'H An organ recital of Chi'lHtmtu* music will be held tomorrow nt- ternoon at 1 o'clock In St. I'aul'n Ijittheran nliuivrji, wll h .Dorolhy Surgent of l-lru'tford i\r, KiwHt or- Kvuilst. Guc'Mt Hololmt will be CharlcH W. Bnngtson, Nnufriitnck Ijar.ltono. 'I'hft i>rqlud(i will Include Now WoodH and l-'lelds are Sluqjidng hy Edmundson and*l>ster Jcsu by PurvlH. Joy to I he World will hn «img l>y tJiu i:on>ci i>K»tlon and choir. Prayer and scripture reading will ho delivered by tho Rev. O. H. Bertram, pawUir, followed hy tho choir «injfl)iK the enrol, IM, n. Voice to Heaven Sounding. Kholn- hold Wall uf BrlHtol, ohurch or- ganlHl. will accomj/any tho choir. 1'ollHh Niitloiuil Tomorrow aftcrniKjn at 'I o'clock c.hlklron of the IPollnh -National church will prcwrnl. a ChrlKtinan pluy for iMU-tthlonorK In the parlnh haJI. Snr-ij>er will be served, after which Santa Clau.i will distribute (rifta to all children proxnnt. Ai- rungfl-niRntH ar () In char/fe of IMrn. JoMcphlno Hldnczyk Mr». Sophie DzletfelmvHliI, Mr.s. Mary Adiunnkl, and MI-H. Jlolen Mi>h|nHl<l, V. F. W. Auxiliary Monday night at. H o'clock tho annual ChrlMtmttn party of Crimad- er Postl Auxllliu-y/, Vc/lonin'n of Forrljtn Waiv, will h,., held at the jKwl IHIIIHI, Huhber iivenuo, Mom- hens of tho post and auxiliary arc Invited to -brlnw thulr chjldrnn und frlendii. Simla Claun will be Ihei-B to diHtrlbut,, K if| H , 1IK |, ,.„. fretfh-incnls wlli ho noi-ved. Mra Pearl I^cmolne IH chairman of ar- rangnmcnlH. 2nd Floor—Room 3 Tel, 7145 .. Cllitln Itilvi-, ln.iilil,' Km *«».;« PIIIIIOIIH KN(JI,IHII IIK'VC!!,!-: H • Npi'lMl, Dnillllii Illlllll - lll'llhixi, I'umii nml TIICIM (uu.vo Iti'H. $«!». Nil SKIltlMH' ItK'.VCI.I'', HIKIT li<) HiMlth .MilIn HI., VVntf'Hiury TODAY'S RADIO :00 WUHY Bluru Ovor Hollywood WWCO- News WATH -American .'n/./. WI.CH NIIWM; I'lnUnr Pnrty :I5 -WTJC Farm & Homo Hour WWCO—Melody Matinee :ilO WRRY (live und Take WATH Old, Now, Borrowed. Blue WLCR Platter Parade , l-.-lfi .-WTIC—THA i:00--WI.'.HY- ('minty Fair WATR—TrlHtun und Isolde WWCO-Melody Matlneo 10 WUHY MiivoHtephons Orch. WATH Metropolitan Opera WLCR JUH( For You •1:00 WlillY Oveiwan Report. :i:15 WliHY Adventure!) In Science WI..CU--NCWH; 090 Club 'i:.10 WBTW Farm News WIjCR- UUOHI Star 3:-l5—Cross Suction USA 4:00—WBRY—Stardust In the Afternoon WLCR News, Your Serenade S:00 WATH ~-Tna und Crumpets Z:'M— WWCO Matinee Quiz WTIC n<i|icirl on America G:<IG—WTIC-- Confidential Close- i3:00— All Stations— New* «:15 WBFIY --John A. 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Ni-w & lliMM»i«llllon«d Miil FOKD * MICIU'IIKY ll\nlK»t rlnn Avalltthlii The NAUGATUOK FUEL FOTin DKAI.KK I'honn CO Charles Clark (Cunt Inuod from I'nun One) (1 the IrofipM fdmved off for 'TOM!" aiivp at Payuvu In tin; Solornomi. The n°xt purih «•«« to Pollliu. whore Charlie escaped death by a ruction of tvn Inch. A chunk of ihrapnol struck hl» helmet, Hi'i- ping tho steel like cheesecloth, lly It hit on nn angle, tore, igh Ihr, helmet, K?rntch<rd hln and paiiHod on. During the lit landing, Ohiti'llo had jiMl. nlirapnO'1 piercing hln hand, Kid") und arm. He wan evacuated by whip to Oiu Admlrnlty islands nntl later flown the bane hoMjiltiil u.t Guadalcanal. Uir liu Joined bin outfit nt J-'uvu- vii und Inlur wont to Okinawa wViero the flnul buttle of lh« Pacific WILM ftuiKht. lilt A Kill r i nin nt Okinawa, Charlie wan hit the flrnt dny. HlH trnctor WUH hit and lout and Charlie's arm wan broken by shrapnel. Sent buck to u hospital at Halpan and later Guam, Charlie rejoined the dlviwlon on Okinawa whon thlnlfn had quieted down. While there tho war ended ind Charlie added up his polnlH anil hfiaclod for the United Stilton. Ho wriH dlMCharged on Doc. 20, JiHH. BoeU T» Wurk Returning to Naugatuck, Charlie went back to work with )iin dad In the oil bunlnoBa. He upplled for iippolntmont to the Nauguluck Police Dopartmont and »otm after Htarled work IIH n BUpornumnrary. Shortly uf tor he waH K' v «n <>n appointment ua a regular. Charlie had suffered malaria while in the. Pacific and was warned by nevenil QoctorH to guard bin health for at leant a year. Assigned to night duty, Charlie wnn soon forced to reHlgn HH a rejoin.!-, but ntayed />ri an n. supernumerary. When he cnmci home, Oiarlle. found ho was a member of PoHt 17, NaugaUick American l.*«^Um. He alno joined Nau- Hatuck Valley Detacbmunt, Mnrlni Corps League and aervnd MB junior vlce.commandn.nt In the league*! fli-Ht year, Charllo held nevoral of •flouH In tho Lotion and a year ago was elected «onior vice-commander THarly last «prln« Lawrence Sar- nl, then commander, nmlRned when h« left the borough and Churlli WBB elected to BUccocd him. Thin all In the nnnuat election of" the pod!, Charlie was roeloctniJ to Mervn for IIMIMftfiO, Thin yenr Cluir- HeH In workliitf <m Iwo uiii.lor |in>J- uclH, an Intiinnlvi) membni'Blilp dr - lve which IH to be carried out on H nu.1 lona.1 Mc.alc lo help combat OoinmimlHin In Ihiu country and other Is a »ystom for the In- spnctlon of automobileu. Right now Charlie IM hard at work with tho committee who will nomlnatet a candidate Tor the Gold Medal Award of (he Naugatuck Exchange Club of which ho IN u member. He In alno a member of OJeda Council, KnlKht.B of Colum- bUH, tho State Police AHHOclatlon and i» a, communicant of Ht. Fran- Charlie has been a Spec Shea fan alnco they worn In nehool together. Me hiui thi! Kr" >l '" rt t admiration for Hpee and Inalnln that no ball plny- ir todny worltB harder for BUCCCHB. tie hopoH that thlH year Spec will i)o able to pitch with the Htylo and opuecl he dinpl/iyod a couple of vearfj ago whon he firwt joined tho New York Yankoon. Charlie's room at home In covered with photo- graphu of Spec. Laut year ho went t.o New York with the young hurl- when the Yankees renewed hbi ritra','1. Charlie was delighted to H«O thu welcome extended Spoc by high officlnln of the team. Among those in Nautfatuok hav. Ing high rognrd for Charllo Is Welfare Superintendent J, Rudolph Anderwon. For several monthH, while the borough was having difficulty In ruining und lowering the flag on tho Town Hall towor, Mr. Anderson was able to count on Churllc to climb to Ibis IOT> lit the lower to take care .of the flag. Hl« ilul.lnn in this linn entietl recently with the Installation of a new pole net over tho Church ntrect entrance of the Town Hull, Two yearn ago Chahrllo received high prnlno from ninny nuartors Tor his conduct at n Horloun dwoll- Ing 1 fin; whim the mercury \VIIH down to 10 (Jogrees below zero, Al '•.hat time he was on tho scene as a pollcornan, but bocaune of tho fierce fire, he iildod firemen by unloading IXIHB, dragging houo, dlrect- NAUOATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, I1KC. 17, »)>4B—VAGK > ,• fire uppiiralun In parking at tho scone and In numerous other ways. Twonty-nlnn your old Charlie hu» had a wide range of experiences In hl» life and has the ambition and enthusiasm to enjoy many more. A mild-mannered, soft spoken young man, Charlie always lias a good word for the other fellow, but Is rathar reluctant to talk about bin own accomplishments. Those who know him respect him for his fnir- nos« und consideration of others. und wo sincerely believe You Should Know Charlie Clark. FOR DOCTOR A federal court jury nt New Mavon ban returned n verdict In favor of a Dnnbury doctor who wan being sued for $50,000. The court, action wan brought, iigalmit Doctor John D, Booth by 2a-yoar- old Henry A. Spangler of Scarsdale, N. Y. The youth wan Injured In a plane crash at Lake Condle- wood two yearn ago, He claimed that because of treatment given by Doctor Hixith, II wan nccemuiry to ampiltate piirt of ht« ,<K)(. KMKHIiKNOV CHAINS CIIOK8 LINKK— MOIOKKV LINKS WEISS BEN FRANKLIK BTOEB ClfCKCII ST. MADOATCCK Christmas Cards and Wrapping: Paper Miss Foster's Shop 17 Carroll Court THE CHINA INN 11 HurrlHon Avis Waterlmr; Cloned All Day Monday* Tuofulay thru Friday Op«n 10 A. M. to 10 1>. M. ftottirduy 11 A. M. to 1% MldnlKht Hunday 12 Noon to 19 Midnight *«Bc«pe«*«*«e««&*€^^ CHRISTMAS CARDS BY HALLMARK and RUBTORAFT It's Getting Late! SPECIAL CARDS FOR Father — Mother — Husband — Wife — Grandparents Grandchildren — Sweetheart — Children Cousin Aunt — Uncle — Niece — Nephew — Pastor Staler And Many Others BOXED ASSORTMENTS to $1-95 Y::!<) Hollywood Hcreon Toot H:00 Hpln Iho Picture 0:00 -Who Said That I): 30 Film Hhortu; WreBtllns WNBT — CJumnol 4 P.M. 5:;iO Chlldriin'n Hkotch Book !!:.'(() Hnnton Symphony Oroh. 7:80 -The Nnturo of Things 7:4B— Loon Puaraon K:00 20 QutiHtlomi 8:30— -SBsalons 8:46— Stud'd Place 0:00- Who Said That tr.HO Misot the Prom) SOMETHING PUT ASIDE FOR TOMORROW Dollars on deposit in a savings account come in mighty handy later on. Start your account with us—add to it just as often as you can. For Christmas. GIVC HER A ON THE BALCONY CHRISTMAS WRAPPINGS — RIBBONS SEALS — TAGS — LABELS BOOKS — TOYS -— GAMES MOVIE OUTFITS — FILM WIN A NEW FORD — Free Coupons With Every $1.00 Purchase The CARD and GIFT SHOP 213 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK ;«<fft«te^^!€tct«t^^ WHIN IH^OUBT-^^ ^ tf C and Melbourne's Flower IShop 136 RUBBER AVENUE TEL. 5225 WILL BEAUTIFULLY FILL YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDER, DELIVER IT HERE OR BY WIRE ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY. (MEMBERS OP F. T, D.) LET US MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS CENTERPIECE OF FRESH OREENS AND CANDLES •*, FOR THIS HOLIDAY MIOLHOURNIO'S HAS STOCKS OF (IHRIHTMAH (MEMNK OF ALL KINDS JNOUFDTNtt HOLLY AND MISTLKTOH. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY CHRISTMAS COR8AOES and CUT FLOWERS A SPECIALTY Christmas Special!! MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP HAS PERFECT HAND OUT GENUINE ..BALSAM.. ALL SIZES AND PRICES FREE DELIVERY BRING GAY ETINGSI WE DELIVER! Large I'olnwUlllt., with fern* Cyclamen, Azalea*, etc. DISH GARDENS

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