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Pot Luck Supper Tuesday Evening Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, have completed plans .for their coming, pot-lack .supper; that will be held Tuesday evening, April 3', In the Knights of Columbus hall at 6:30.o'clock. •, ; Mrs. • Oliver Lorson, - chairman; and MTB. Aldo FtatareUi, co-chairman, are being assisted by Mrs. . James Qulnn, Mrs.. Lawrence Si- getti, and Mrs. Robert Lorson. All members attending are requested to bring a:/coveT.ed, dish v Miss- Madge Mariano is. general chairman for the "'social. Hostesses for the evening -will, be Mrs. VX-orson, chairman, .-Mr». ..Stephen Kccskes, Mrs. . "Fred. Ardry, Mrs. Jeanette Klelndan, Mrs.' /Gerald Garceau, Mra. Mae ..Donnelley, Mrs. Ann Klelkls, Mrs.- . Margaret Walsh, Kristlne Shea and Mrs. John Mam- brlno. Janet H Schmitz Is Betrothed;: Mr. and Mrs./.Elmer Franklin .Schmitz, 24 /Moore avenue, announce the troth of their daughter, Miss Janet Howie Schmitz, to Cadet William McCau ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett McCauley, Baltimore, Maryland. There has been no bridal date .selected. •Miss Schmitz is a graduate of Saint Margaret's school and a junior ml Connecticut college for Women, Mew London. ,'• Cadet McCauley is .a second classman at the • -United 1 :States Coast Guard'academy, New London, and a graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. -..'.."Personal Miss Ruth 'Behlman, 180 North Main street,, "and Mrs; Gladys Lenners, 87 Cherry street, were in New York city Bynda.yf; : •/.;-_ .;*••. Bentley-Riley Troth Announced Announcement by Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Kiley, Yale avenue, Middlebury, has made known the betrothal of their daughter, Nancv, to William H. Bentley, son of Mrs. William Bentley, Scully street, Wat- enbury, and the late Mr. Bentley. Miss Riley is with the purchasing department of the U. S. Rubber company. Central Office, and attended Crosby High school and •Perry school of business, Waterbury. Mr. Bentley attended Crosby High school and the American Academy of Embalming, New York City. He is associated with the Dunn Funeral Home, Bristol, and is a veteran of the United States Navy. Their bridal will be an event of Saturday, April 14, in the church, of St. John of the Cross, Middlebury, at 9 o'clock. CATCHES MINOR TROUBLES KFORE IHIY BECOME MAJOR OPERATIONS w« !.MJ«stfMlM*>»ttnt 3. lMp«t Jurat art km hrtta 4. CbMkfltMMfMrritwinin-ir C.: lMJNCt'*rtais mi jtack •tartars 7. InpKt Uritfw VM tit Mb; CMtfcprtmni CM tai Mtf All for only $2.95 • '•'"•'•-- THE NAUGATUCK 87 OHURCH ST. '" April 28 Bride Is Shower Guest Mrs. John Davidson, Main street, Beacon Falls, was hostess at her home at a shower honoring Miss Barbara Louise Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Mitchell, 32 South Circle, Beacon Falls. Miss Mitchell is the prospective bride of William J. Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Eaton, 60 Vine street, Ansonia, and their marriage will be performed in St. Michael's church, Beacon Falls, on April 28 at 10 o'clock. Among those present at the shower were: Mrs. Jerry McGuirc Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. William Eaton, Mrs. Donald Mitchell, Mrs Charles Mitchell, Miss Doris Mitch ell, Mrs. Vernon Wetmore, Miss Florence Brandow, Mrs. John Shar key, who was Ann Fitzpatrick prior to her marriage Saturday; Mrs Thomas Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Richard Zollo, Mrs. Russell Sherry and Mrs Fred Sherry. . OFFICER? pp THE NAUGATUCK WOMAN'S CLUB JUNIORETTES were recently elected Plo Uconn Instructor Discusses The U.N. E. C. Sawyer, instructor of his tory and government at the Water bury branch, university of Connec ticut, 'recently addressed the Tor rington Woman's club on "Wha' The United Nations Is Doing". He contended that in a world where people are continually faced with pessimistic prophecies-, hopeless international entanglements, and con flicting idealogies, the average person assumes a purely negative viewpoint of things. Mr. Sawyer countered the barrage of criticism currently leveled at the U. N., by noting that this organization is making great and positive advances in non-political fields. Maintaining that people are unaware of this non-political side of the U. N. because of little publicity, he stressed that political problems are very often caused by inattention to nonpolitical ones. These points were illustrated by a graphic description of the work carried on at present by the World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organization. Mr. Sawyer concluded his address with the thought that perhaps a real, working international organization might be achieved by paying greater attention to non-political problems, since; they affect people as individuals rather than states as collectivities of people. He alleged that a successful international organization must capture the loyalty of individuals the world over and that the U. N. has not done this. Easter Party Held At Orphanage The Junior Circle, Daughters of Isabella, held an Easter party recently for the children of St. Joseph's Orphanage, Waterbury. Piano selections were enjoyed and dancing and games played. Ann Ash and Barbara Oliver rendered piano selections; Mary Ellen Ash and Jane E. Beardsley did a tap dance. Mrs. Mary St. John accompanied on the accordion. Those attending were Doris Vest, Beverly Ash, Mary Ellen Ash, Katheen Daly, Donna Ardry, Florence Swirski, Mary Best, Jane E. Beardsley, Eleanor Klein, Ann E. Ash, Wary 'Ann Daly, Barbara Oliver, Mrs. Oliver Lorson, organizing advisor; counselors, Mrs. Stephen Kecskes. Mrs. _ Aldo Pistarelli and daughters Ann and" Arlene; Mrs. Mary St. John, Mrs. Conleth E Kiernan, regent of Kennedy Circle; Mr. and Mrs. Robert- Lorson and daughter Susan.. FOR THE VERY BEST III TELEVISION Y«u can always do better at LINCOLN STORE Waterbpry's Largest DEALERS • BEST SERVICE- ; • BEST GUARANTEE • BEST INSTALLATION* EASIEST TERMS • LOWEST PRICES • BIGGEST CHOICE ... Free Trial... • ; ;j, RjGjjjjctose, from 15 Best Known Makes... Lincoln C f ) Siore WEST MAIM »T.'Kg*> Virginia Klimak Saturday Bride Of .Mr. PJourde Miss Virginia Klimak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Klimak, 32 Winthrop avenue, Bristol terrace, became the bride of Irving- A. Plourde, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Joseph Plourde, Waterbury, Saturday morning in St. Stanislaus Kostka church, Waterbury. The pastor Rev. John A. Balasa performed the 9 o'clock ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white candlelight satin redingote covering a nylon net gown. A satin helmet, trimmed with Chantilly lace and seed pearls caught her fingertip veil and she carried white carnations and stephanotis in a cascade bouquet. Miss Lorraine Plourde, sister of the bridegroom, as maid of honor was attired in blue ombre taffeta having matching jacket, and lilac trimmed helmet and accessories. Her cascade was of spring flowers. Mrs. Evelyn Klimak, sister-in-law of the bride, was bridesmaid, and wore a purple ombre taffeta gown and carried spring- blooms. The flower girls, Rita Plourde, sister of the groo'm and Graya Ann Pareri- teau, niece of the bride, wore matching gowns of sky blue and orehM taffeta with their old fash- 'nn"d bonnets and colonial bouquets. Mrs. Klimak received the 250 guests at the Santa Fe Inn wearing a navy blue costume and red roses. The bridegroom's mother wore orchid crepe, navy accessories and corsage of red roses. On a wedding trip to Hialeah, Florida, Mrs. Plourde selected a gray flannel suit, white topper and red accessories. Following, their return, Mr. and Mrs. Plourde will reside in Bristol terrace. The bride is a graduate of Wilby High school and her husband from Leavenworth High school. He is with the U. S. Rubber company, Naugatuck Footwear plant. .- • ; Student's Assoc. Planning Concert The New Haven branch of the American, 'Student's: Association (will present Ruth andi Jaun Nazarian 3f Hartford, in a joint concert on Sunday evening, April 15, at the ^ew Haven YMCA, 42 Howe street, at 8 o'clock. The' Nazarians are well known here as well as abroad. Jaun is a graduate of the university of Madrid, Spain, and \vas.an artist pupil of Philipp, Casadesus, Copeland and Boulanger. He is also a graduate and first prize winner in the Fontainebleau Conservatory, France and has given concert tours in France, Spain, Greece Egypt and the Scandinavian countries. Ruth is a graduate, and professor of music at'Smith college, and was'an artist pupil of Carl Flesch in Germany and of Andre de Ribaukierre in Paris. Proceeds from the concert will :o to the scholarship 'fund! and tickets may be obtained- from any member,- or by calling Miss 'Grace Laurel street - PersonaJ Patricia Slawski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Slawski, 32 Glen- thlrrt v^' t0day " celebra tes her third birthday. Bent A Cutaway For That Important Event Other Formal Clothes For Hire IMBIMBO'S r ££o^ 89 Union St., Wtby. Phone 3-8886 None Too Big or SmalL^ Can Fit Them All Blackstone Automatic Washers ii $385.00 Immediate Delivery Limited Quantity FURNITURE CENTER 70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE NAUGATUCK, CONN. Open Every Night Until 9 • All ! Day Mondays " Tel. 2810 Church Notes St Francis^ . The Catholic Youth Organization will meet tonight, at 7 o'clock, an< the junior choir will rehearse' Wednesday ^evening at 6:45 o'clock in St: Cecelia's hall. • Confessions wil^ be heard Thurs- .day afternoon ;and "evening in preparation for first Friday, when Masses will be celebrated at 5:30 6:30 and 7:30 o'clock. The Biishop's letter on the Cancer society's annual financial campaign was read at Masses yesterj- day and parishioners were urged to support the drive. A Portuguese mission will be conducted April 10, 11 and 12. ',. ' A requiem high Mass will be celebrated Saturday morning in St Mary's church, Bridgeport, for Sister Mary Agatha, a former teacher in St. Francis' school. A Mass was ^said this morning for John Carroll. Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock a .first anniversary Mass will be celebrated for Mrs. Angelo DeCarlo, and at 8 o'clock aji anniversary Mass for Rudolph Valentine.- • Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock a requiem high Mass will be celebrated for John Gorman as requested by the finishing area of the Synthetic division of the U. S; Rubber Co. St. Mary's Novena devotions will be conducted tonight at 7:30 o'clock, and a meeting of the Catholic Youth Organization Study club will be held at 6:45 o'clock. Tomorrow evening at a meeting of the Holy Name society will toe held, and Wednesday evening the Altar society will meet. Confessions will be heard Thursday afternoon and evening in preparation to first Friday, when Masses will be celebrated at 5 and 7-30 o'clock. Holy Communion will be distributed at 7 o'clock. A Mass will be said^ Wednesday morning at 7:30 o'clock for Mrs Mary Gilbert as requested by Martha and Richard IJumschott. St. Hedwig's A meeting of the Cattolic Youth Organization will be held tonight at 7 o'clock, with religious instruc- f(?r bish sch001 Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock religious instructions will be given public school children. Confessions will be heard Thursday afternoon and evening in preparation of first Friday. Devotions to the Sacred Heart and benediction will be held Fri- aay evening at 7:30 o'clock. Saturday morning at 10 o'clock religious instructions will be given members of the first communion class. •-..-'•. i Peacock Chair Set Alumnae Group Planning Events Members of the Waterbury Hospital Alumnae association will be entertained by students of the •Waterbury Hospital, School of Nursing at an Alumnae meeting on April 9 at the Nurses residence. A musical program is geing arranged. Serving on the student committee are Misses Irish Hurley, Geraldine phr, Margaret Axelby and Leah Douglas. Mrs. Barbara Mc'Car- ragher and Mrs. Marion Green are in charge of the general program. Miss Elizabeth Wassaic heads the refreshments committee. Miss Marie Siani will preside at the business meeting scheduled for 8 p. m. The Waterbury Hospital Alumnae association will hold a formal dance at the Waterbury Women's club on May 12. : Serving on the dance committee are Miss Frances Trumpai- tis, chairman, and the Misses Kathryn Croriin, Jacqueline Leclerc, Florence Naser, Enid Searle, Clara Taylor, Janice Luko, and Mrs. Betty Betts.' The Alumnae association is also formulating plans for a bazaar to be held in June. Mrs. Norma Cappelletti head the committee. Proceeds will be used for scholarships for graduates of the Waterbury Hospital School of Nursing. Local Delegates Attend Sunday Mission Study Delegates from the Imamnuel Lutheran Women's Missionary Society attended the Mission Study yesterday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran church, New Britain. Representing the .Women's Missionary Society of Immanuel Lutheran church in Naugatuck were Miss Ethel Schimari, Mrs. Joy Schlesinger, Mrs. Herbert Litke and Mrs. William Pohl. Representatives were present from the other missionary societies of the New England Conference. The Rev. Paido Tau Sarumpaet, president of the Theological Seminary, Sipoliolon, Indonesia, gave the address of the afternoon. After a brief summary of the history of Indonesia, Rev. Sarumpaet spoke of the Batak Christian church which was founded in 1861 by a Danish missionary, Ludwig Nom- menson. The Ba'tak Christian church started with 13 converts gained after four years of Nom- mensoh's work among cannibal tribes, but now numbers 600,000 Christians. This church withstood the ravages of World War II and civil war during: 1945-1949 and is still a strong influence with very little aid from any American or European Mission. Rev. Sarumpaet leaves next week for a two month stour of Europe from where he will return to Indonesia to take up his work with the Batak Christians at the seminary at Sipoholon. 2644 PATTERN No. K2M4 •**^**mfmm— Embroidery and crochet to create this handsome chair: set. Pineapple motif crochet forms the fantail of the peacock and .simply embroidery stitches and radiant colorings make,, pleasant work of the body and background. Pattern Envelope No. R2644 contains hot-iron .transfer for .embroidery, color chart, stitch illustrations, complete crocheting instructions, and finishings directions. To obtain this pattern, send 20c plus 5c for first-class mailing in COINS, giving pattern number, your name, address and zone num- Der to Peggy Robert, Naugatuck Daily News, P. O.;,Bpx 100, Station , New York 19, N. Y. Miss Brown Ts Appointed A Village Junior ; Miss Fredericka Marian Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Brown of 587 Church street, was recently appointed a Village Junor, a junior at Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass., who acts as advisor to a freshman dormitory. Miss Brown is a Chapel Sophomore, a representative of Welles-: ey College Community Chapel in a reshman dormitory and a' member of the Chapel Publicity Committee. A graduate of Abbot Academy, Andbver, Mass., Miss Brown s a sophomore at Wellesley. HOWLAND-HUGHES "Waterbury's Friendly Department Store" THURSDAY NIGHT IS FAMILY SHOPPING NIGHT AT HOWL AND-HUGHES STORE OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 P. M. Funerals Mrs. Gertrude O'Brien Funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude G. (Thomas) O'Brien, 57, widow of Edward J.'O'Brien; 285 High street, were held this morning from the C. H. Green Funeral Home, 66 Terrace avenue, to St. Francis' church, where a solemn high Mass of requiem was oeebrated by the Rev. George Dunn, assisted by the Rev. Vincent Flynn of Waterbury chaplain at St. Mary's hospital, deacon, and the Rev. Paul F. Keating, sub-deacon. Mrs. Albertine .O'Donnell, organist, was in charge of the musical service, which included Pie 5esu, Softly and Tenderly Jesus is Calling and Prayer. Mrs Mary Mathieu and William O'Brien were soloists. Burial was in St. James' cemetery, with Father Dunn saying prayers at the graves. Bearers were: John H. Breen, John Currier, Raymond Currier, Jr., Robert Harvey, Michael lantuoni and Robert O'Bienis. lloyd H. Douty The funeral of Lloyd Henry Douty, 70, who died Saturday morning: at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Earl L. Phillips, 17 Tolles square, will be held tomorrow at the Spitler Funeral Home, Montoursville, Pa., with burial in' the same community. A four-inch pipe will carry about 16 times as much water as a orieInch: pipe. • ' ' NAUGATUCK NEWS ;[CONN.), MONDAY, APBHL 2, 1951-PAGE 3 VENETIAN BLINDS Lebon Venetian Blind • ' Manufacturing Coip. :'• * 276-280 NORTH MAIN ST ' PHONE 3-7221. 3 POINTS HIAKl TH[ DlfFfKtNCt Choose rho Pen thai Has ALL J QUALITY VALUS AND PfRFOSMAMCI KOREAN SPILLWAY—Maj. Jack George, of Edmonton, Canada, enjoys his first real bath in weeks at a Korean rest camp. His I "tub" is a 42-gaJ16n gas drum and he gets a'"shower." by spilling a basin of water' over his head. Major George commands "C"! ^Company of the 2nd Battalion of the famous Princess Pat reglmenfei Monthly Meeting Is This Evening The monthly meeting of the Young 1 Women's Missionary society of the Salem Lutheran church will be held this evening at 8 o'clock" at the home of Mrs. Edward McGrath, 374 Hillside avenue. Mrs. David Ebersole will be co-hostess. The program for the evening will be presented by Mrs. Donald Kent. Plans will be completed for visiting the Y.W.M.S. of Waterbury on April 19. ,INK-0-GRAPH FOUNTAIN PEN ,, 14 KT. COLD l j [BAIL LIKl POINT INCCDS NO XCFlLLi ttSfS REGULAR INK (INVITES COMPANION WITH ANT KN OEFINITE1V Km* NOTHING UKf !T HAf NO SUBITITUTt SUITS AW HAND OR STYtE OF WRIT1N8 WRITES SMOOTHER AND EASIER STANDS MORE ROUGH USAGE FOR BOY, GIRL OR ADULT LESS TIRING WHEN YOU WRITE « LOT RESPONDS INSTANTLY - EFFORTLESS WRITINS GIVES YEARS OF UNFAILING SERVICE SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery Store 213 Church St., Naugatuck WANTED Additional Help 30 Men 75 Women! To Fill New Jobs on Second Shift WAil PRODUCTION AND CIVILIAN WORK • HIGH WAGE SCALE • CLEAN AND SAFE WORK • NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Apply Now ; United States Rubber Co. Naugatuck Footwear Plant EMPLOYMENT OFFICE RUBBER AVENUE AND WATER STREET NAUGATUCK, CONN.

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