Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 27, 1949 · Page 3
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Social-Personal Fraternal Parish Plqyers 25th Holly Hjop, Tomorrow Nighj The 25th annual Holly Hop, Chris'.mas dance, sponsored by :!K- Paris;: Players of the O,ng'-e_'a- ti^r.a! Church. \v:ll be held tonv.ir- rov.- evening in the parish house, •.v.th musl.- to be furnished by jce Rock and his orchestra. Your.s people -will dance Horn 7 -.0 9 .Vc:crk. and the adul; dr : nci. wii: be held from 9 to 1 o'cl ... k. Mr and Mrs. E. Leonard I'.o.^r. co-presidents of the Parish p.ay- e.'s. are eenerul chairmen for ihc sen::-forma; event. Tickets may be obtained bv i':'e. p'r.rnir.L- Dor.aid Kirby, 2751."sponsors :Y r the junior dance are Mr. er.d Mrs. Wesley Coy. Rpf.-e-r,- rr.tr.t.- are in char.se of Ro'oe.'i B: own and S';ra P^mery, ;md dec- cra'-.ons w.H be completed by Mr. aj-.d Mrs. Frank Hov/lett. Patricia Spencer Plans Wedding- In Brookline Jan. 6 The wedding of Miss Patricia Soer.cer. d.iuzhter of Mr. and Mr-; Charles E. Sf.o-rer. ,J r Bo = 'or. Mass.. and .Ir.hr. H. Simonds -on of Mrs. Gifford K. Simonds. Brookhr.e. Mass.. and the late M'-. Simonds. wit; take place Jan. 6 at -i'3'- r.'cj^ck in the First Pari h Church. Brookline. A reception vill follow in the Brookline Country C'ub. ^Miss Spencer, sister of Chares £. Spencer. 3d, Xausauick, nnd ^r.ir.cdauahter of the into Mr. :-rd Mrs. Adelbert Tuttle. Xaus-atauk-. :s a graduate of Westover EVhon] in the class of 1947. She is a mer-.- b^r of -.-.= Junior Leag-ite and Vi-cent Ciiib of Boston. , Mr. Simor.ds attended M'ddle'.-x cr.^oi and is a srraduate of Ha-'- vard University in the class of iP'S'j. He =erved with the Xav.- lor four rear?. Beacon Falls Nurse Is Bride Miss iLoreen F. Wynne, dau,,'i- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank .7. Wynne. Beacon Falls, and James F. Cornwall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cornwall, Hamden. were married yesterday morning in St. Mary's Church, Derby, by the Rev. William Leary. New Haven, a cousin of the bride. Mrs. Frank ^jello. Waterbury. a former classmate of the bride, served as matron of honor, rr.^cl bridesmaids were Mrs. Li'liau Howard. Seymour, another classmate; Miss Patricia Sh:uiK-y. Flushing. Lonp Island, N. Y , n cousin, and Dolores and MarUyn [ Cornwall. New Haven, sisters rf the bridegroom. Frank Wynne. Jr., brother of the bridn. was best r.i-in. and ushers were. Allen LesKC .un'. Frederick Klein. New Haven. W. Kendall Ricliter and Charles ^e : - ger. Hamden. ' A reception for 200 was held •:(. Veterans Memorial Homo, Der 1 v. The bride is a graduate of Sr. Mary's hospital school of nurs.ni, and Mr. Cornwall is a student r.-.t the New England School of Rndio Broadcasting. Bridgeport. -Vr. an.: Mr,. Harlan C. Brow,., -a:e !2: ... x . c . nre 3 pendi ,, s , h( , holidays with Mrs. Brown'* , *-. ~ avenue Richard Bula of the U. S. Navy, is spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and ?4rs. Connie Bula, 68 Locust street. He has ju.'5t returned from a two-year tour of duty with the Navy on Saipan. After his leave the sailor will attend a N.ivy school in California. Mr and Mrs. Carlton W. Bristol. Naugatuck .entertained at an open house Saturday night. Weekend guests at the house included their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Carlton W. Bristol ,Jr., and daughter. Kathleen. Glastonbury. Students of We'.i.esley college home for the holidays will be entertained at a coffee hour at the home of Mrs. Harold Brown. North Church street, tomorrow morning and afternoon from 11 to 1 o'clock, by members of Ihe Waterbury Wellt'ilcy club. Assisting Mrs. Brown will be Miss Emily Sophie Brown .Mrs. Harolrl E. Chittenden and Mrs. William G. Boies. Wellesley students will include the Brown's daughter. Frederick.-!, and Midi Margaret Baldwin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P, Baldwin. Hillside avenue. Miss Zaleskj Engaged To Wed Mrs. Sabina Zaleski, 112 Sprint': street, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss S:ibina A. Za'leHii. 1o Kenneth !I. Barrn tl. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse HarraU, 109 John'.sion street. No date ha.s been set for the wedding . A graduate of Naugatuck High school. Miss Zaleski is a junior at the Univeraity of Connecticut. Mr. Barratt is a pre-medical student at Wesleyan univen-'ity and is prominent in musical circles at the college. College Alumnae Honor Students The Watcrbury Chapter of the St. Joseph College Alumnae entertained Waicrbury vicinity undergraduates, at a Chri.-tmas Party at the homo of Miss I-oretl,i. Conlon rcrently. Thos,i> in nUe.mianrc were: Mrs. James j-Ienubry, Mis.-; Joan Lambert, Mrs. James Carroll, Mi.?s Denise Delancy, Mrs. A Frank Bowles. Miss Victoria. Do Capua. Mis? Florence Knrplcman. Miss Lucille Telesca. Miss Barbara Egan. Mi.ss Ann Draper. Miss Margaret Ccimiptbell, Miss Loretta Conlon, Miss Jean McEvoy Miss Eleanor Karvelis, Miss Shirley Hespelt. Ml-ig Edwina Dillon, Mrs. T. F. Keane. Also the following und^rgraduates: Misses Alice Ci-onan. Dorothy Zehnder, Grace Collins. Maureen Healey. Elaine Redding, Do-- rothy Imperato, Agnes Shaker, Doris Brodeur, Josephine Tarantino, Pat Shea, and Pat Kirby. HE'LL MAKE 'MISS AMERICA' A MRS. Mrs. Joseph E. St. Once, Mori- den, announces the cnpasement of her daughter, Eileen to William H. Benson. Nnusmtuck, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bnn- son N'o date has been Ket for the 'wedding. Election of oflicc-rs of Ramona Council. Dcg-ree of Pocahontas, win be held tonitrht at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, with Pocahontas Mrs. Russell Palmer in ciiarfre. Miss Frances Simmons, a student: nurse at the Hartford Hospi.'al, spent the holidays with her patents. Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons on 'Lewis street. If60 CHURCH SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY BEST CENTER CUT SIRLOIN OR SHORT EST CENTER CUT 1^ PORK I STEAKS <» 79 CUT GKADE A STEER s CUT GKADE A ST SPKIXG :5HOtXD£K LAMB CHOPS ib 49c EXTRA LEAX—RIB END PORK CHOPS ib 35, Fresh Pork Kidneys Fresh Spare Ribs Ib 39° Italian Style Veal Cutlets Shoulder Veal Chops 111 43- Lean Strip Bacon SMALL, LEAN, SUGAR CURED SMOKED SHOULDERS »> O. t GRADE DELICIOUS FIKM RIPE 1'S—CELLO PACK POTATOES ion.', 25 10 PEPPERS 2 *•* 19< WINNER EVAPORATED ^^^ ^& ^^ MILK tall can 1A( OCEANS OF SL'DS ^^* ^^^ TIDE i g . P kg. FANCY GREEV AMERICAN SARDINES FLAT CAN DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 OZ. CAN 35 Ira C Williams, Magician, Succumbs Irn. C. Williamli, 66, -well-known Waterbury ma.gician, who performed many times in tho borough, died yesterday at his home.. II Prospect street, Waterbury, following- a 'brief illness. A na.tive of Providence, H. I., he crave exhibitions of nmgie in mony "Hies and towns in the stato, and his programs were considered unon£T the best by amateur magicians in the area. A member of the Second Congregational church, he. was secretary of the Harry Houditii Assembly of Waterbury, New Haven Society of Magicians, and a charter member of the American Society of Magician/i. Two years ago he retired ;i.s a desifirner-arUst with the General Time Instrument Corp., Southbury. Besides his wife, Alice (L-ewiR) Wllli.-uns, he leaves two sisters, Mrs. Louis, D. Miner, Swansea, NAUGATL'CK NK\VS (CONN.), Tl'KSDAY. DI-X'. '7. ]!«<»—1'AGK MnKo., and Miss Faith M. Williams. | Esmond, R.. I. i Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Remington Funeral Home. '; Providence, witli burinl in I-,;iko- I side cemetery, Rumford. K. I. j Fi'iemlls may en 11 at the Alderson j Funeral Home, Central avenue. Wat.crbury. this evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. Church Notes ST. HKinviO'S Confessions will ijo :-.r.:,--d $:i'.:.r- day ;if:*:rnoon from -! 10 5,'i'j ; ::..l .Saturday oveni::^ from 7 to v.'l > oYl.K-k. Mnsf-cs Xr\v Year's Day \viH >.:•* at ',, U:3'J. S. 0:30 and 11 o'clu'-i:. Litchf ield Court Stenographer Dies Litchfieid, Dec. 27—(UP)—A short i illness has taken the life of 50- year-old Miss Gertrude Ryan. A native of Torrington, Miss Ryan was official stenographer for the Court of Common Pleas in Litehfield county. She leaves two sisters. Frances ami Catherine, both of Litchfieid. Services will be held Wednesday. ST. MARY'S No High Masses arc sch<v|'i>.l lor this werX. There will b>- no flub meeting and no w<-fk:y par- is): en: 'M't airmen- . Confessions will be heard r- ; t- uiday afternoon and evening at •! and 7 o'clock. Masses X*-w Year's Day w:il :;e at ~i. 7:30. 9:30 and 11 o'clock. BEXT A CUTAWAY Foil THAT TMPOUTAST ETENT1 We Can Fit Note Too Bte IMBIMBO'S Thorn All it Union Kt., ITthj. or 8mmH FnoH t-h "MISS AMERICA OF 1949," Jacque Mercer, 18, is pictured with her fiance, Doug COOK, 19, following announcement of their engagement in Phoenix, Ariz. Jacque told newsmen that the marriage Is planned for next July 4th, her parents' 22nd weddine anniversary. (International Soundphoto) ON THE AIR Men's Brotherhood Meeting Tomorrow 6'.BO—\VATJl NAlXiATUCK N1SW3 WI'IC—.lust I'hdn Hill WWC«—Jli-loily .Miilinue 0 :4'i— u r uity—(,:ur; il^ssey WT 1C— Front }-.\KU Kurrell Pi :00—All stations—NMWS (i:l."i—U'A'I'U -S|«jriK —S5iurt; - , \vri ('--strictly Spurts \\TJltV — I ViitliMUM,. .Serenade' C:::0—tt'ATl:—I'liilip Von Tub,.-]. .Music \\'\\'Cl )—\Vh,,'s Taikini; •\VrillY-.Mm A. Clun..y WTir--\VriKiitvil|p FolkM n :4r,-1VAT!'.-H:unn]y Kayo wnm'—I/uweil 'ni(.iras WI'IC—:', star TCvltvi 7 :00—WT'.ltV-. 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Fran and OHie 7 ::10—Morton Downey 7 :-1t.—X,'\vsroni S:00—Milton T'erle si:0»—Tin' (.>'Xeilla 0 :30—Suspense 1 (i :nu - Aniatrur Horn- 1 ) -tui—'S',i .liin—Xt-ws >> C BS dianncl 2 r, ;on—Tffi sti'olo r, .;>r,__'r-| H . phiiflc Wagon C::!0-I,ucky Pun «; M.-.—IVili Tlowarrt Show 7:00—Kirliy Ptone Quintet 7 :'.',(*—(' i'.S—Tiilt-vislon Mows 7 :-l :>-- Sonns- Kfiidis Sliow 7 :r.r,_H.--I-II Slirim-r Show S :0n—Film I, : no—Actor's Sliulio jl : 30—Suspense.' in : ini—Vanti.in'me (Jiliz I d •.y.n.-v.lvu-s i'.y I^-.i-rKy II -00—Newsrti'l \VXI1T Channel 1 5 : in—Judy Splinters n ;^0—ITowrly Poody G:00—Ooho's Circus G::u>—Kasy Does It r, •',',— Weather 7:00—Knkla. Fran and Ollle 7 :.',0—Melody llai-mnny and Uhytlnn 7-4!—News Caravan R : on—Hilton ncrle j ; OP_Flresiilo Theater !l :"n—TJie of Ttiley 10-ftO—Amateur Hour 11-00—You Are An Artist WE STILL HAVE A Wide Assortment of NEW YEAR CARDS A social program will be presented tomorrow night at a meeting of the Men's Brotherhood of the Immanuel Lutheran church at 7:30 o'clock in the church hall, according to "William R. Pohl, Jr., president. The program will (include the ;howin;; of two motion picture films made by the Bell Telephone Co., showing its activity and radio program. There will lie no business session. Wesleyan Service Guild Meets Tonight The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Nausjatuck Methodist Church will meet this evening: at the homo of Mrs. Clarence Nelson, 284 Hillside avenue. Mrs. Edmund Shilinskns is in charge oE the program. Following the meeting, grames; will be played and gifts distributed from a grato brig-.. Each member is asked to bring a 50c gift. Wednesday evening the Women's Society of Christian Service will meet at 8 o'clock in the church The worship service will consist of a motion picture, in sound and color, "Holy Child of Bethlehem'. Carol sinking and the distribution of gifts will follow. Hostesses arc: Mrs. Cornelius VanVlandren, Mrs. Roy Romig, Mrs. Elmer Wood. Mrs. Joseph Gendron and Mrs. Charles LaBal- bo. NO MEETING There will be no meeting of the N T augatuck Y's Men's Club this evening because of the holidays. President Bradford B. Smith has announced that the next regular meeting of the club will be held next Tuesday evening, Jan. 3. TT. S. FOREST AREA The U, S. has about 461 million acres of commercial forest land. Your Year Hound Card Dealer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 203 Church Street VENETIAN BLINDS STAY BEAUTIFUL. BECAUSE THEY STAY Clean Our blinds custom made with new PLEXALUM KpritiK toinprred slats . . . actually shed dust . . . wipe clean with a 1'liek ol: a cloth. Won't fade. Keep Ihfir lovely newness for years and years. BLINDS from $3.45 up SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STORE 70 Chnrc.h St. — I'hone 5856 25O BOYS' and GIRLS' COATS AND LEGGING SETS SIZES 1 TO 16 REDUCED! SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS!

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