Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 3, 1951 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, April 3, 1951
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Federated Women's Clubs Spring Meeting April 11 The Spring meeting of the Fed- crated Women's Clubs of .New Haven County.will be held on, Wednesday, April. 11, in the Naugatuck Congregational church OK the Green. Mrs. Arthur' B.- Swartz of W*»t Haven, .New..Hayen -County vice president, will pr'eside -,:at-'ithe all-day session beginning at 10:30 o'clock withja 'brief 'business meet- During 1 , the : morning there will be a panel discussion on' "Programs in Action", with the following 'State Federation officers' and .chairmen participating:' Mrs. Wil- ; mer .L-. Shultz'--'of'Canaan,,: presi- jdent;.Mrs.- William Hayes.of Mel-idea, American Home chairman- Mrs. Gould Stebbins of Stamford' : Garden chairman; Mrs. . Phelps '.Brown of Suf field, Community Improvement caairman aria the COUH- Bent A Cutaway For That Important Event Other Formal Clothes For Hire IMBIMBO'S F ^^ M Union St., Wtby. Phone 3-8896 . . KOB* Too Big or Small. :W«.On-Ttt Them All. Nacbstone Automatic Washers $385.00 Immediate Delivery Limited Quantity FURNITURE CENTER 70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE .-, WACOA-TUCK; CQNN._ Open Every Night TJhta'fl 0 AH Day Mondays Tel. 2810 ly vice-president, Mrs. Arthur B. Swartz. Following luncheon, which will be served at 1 o'clock in the church parish house, the meeting will reconvene at 2 o'clock. The afternoon program will include talks on "Artistic Flower Arrangements" . by Mrs. Herbert Thompson of Riverside and on "African Violets" by Mrs. H. G. .Gilbert of Danielson. "Let's Do It Right", an educational skit on a club day, written by Mrs. Shultz, will rbe presented as the final offering o£ the afternoon. Adjournment will be at 3:30. The Naugatuck Woman's club, Mrs. Everett T. Rogers, president, will be the .hostess club for the meeting. Luncheon reservations should be made by April 7 with either Mrs. Walter Lamson, 93 Spencer street, or Mrs. Clayton Houseknecht,, 30 Hill street. All club members and their friends are welcome to attend. Personals Mrs. Thomas J. Kiernan, Jackson Heights, Long Island; Mrs. R. Douglas Rumsey and children Mar^ got, Douglas and Nicholas, Buffalo, New York, were the recent guests of Mrs. Theodore Smith, Bethany road. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dinkoski, Cook lane, Beacon Falls, had as their guests for the past week, Mrs. Dinkosld's sister, Mrs. Blanche Tood and daughters, Baltimore, Maryland. VENETIAN BLINDS Ubon Vcnqticm Blind Manufacturing Corp 276-2aO NORTH KKAIH ST ' PHOWE 3-7221 Four Couples | File Marriage I Intentions Here Four couples have filed marriage intentions in the office of Town Clerk Raymond. J. St. John as follows: ' ... : Hedwig Hrynkewicz, 68 Anderr son street, and Raymond Niski, 46 Bridge street, who plan to be married April 14 In St. Hedwig's church. . Manuel Lopes, 59 South Main street, and Anna Matos, 16 Oak street, who plan to be married in St. Francis' church April 7., Priscilla Roselle Pelgro, 23 Barnum court, and John Bartolini, Waterbury, who plan" to be married April 14 in St. Francis' church. Harriet Louise Lillis, 197 North Hoadley street, and Robert Kenneth Whipple, 346 High street, who plan to toe married April 7 in St. Hedwig's church. Mary Hence man is Engaged To Wed John Chesinas Mrs. Walter Oldakowski, Beacon Falls, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary Henceman, 16 Railroad avenue, Beacon Falls, to John Chesinas, son of Mrs. Nora Chesinas, Congress avenue, Waterbury. Their marriage will be solemnized Saturday, April 14, in St. Michael's church, Beacon Falls, at 9 o'clock. The prospective bride was honored Saturday evening at a miscellaneous shower held at the White Eagle club, Beacon Falls. Hostesses were Mrs. Oidakowski, Mrs. Charles Foetsch, Miss Ann Yzasauskas, and Mrs. Theodore Heller. "• BOSTON • L -, '..'-. ' Futnituie Company WILL BE CLOSED Man. Tues. & Wed. ...,,"- . _ - .' " <>•*-- ' ' \ •>'" ^ Jtivn ; ff- *i ^ A APRI^ WATQH for sensational announcent in Wed. ^ ^r night's paper April 4th ^ > barbette *. . • . »"-„ Activi-tee" Justly famous for its cleverness, its ease and comfort, is this coat, style. dress of new petite plaids in gay new colors. For outdoor 'sports,' for. garden and shopping,-as well as indoor activities, it is unsurpassed. A free-action back, vented sleeves, a free-striding skirt, two big and convenient pockets and a convertible neckline are some of its features that contribute to its perfection. Sizes 12 to 42 and half sizes 12% to 22% Personal ^ Social PRIVATE MARY F. DONAHER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Donaher, 11 Washington street, left last week for Lackland Air Force Training Base, San Antonio,: Texas, to undergo, six weeks of .basic, training, following which she will be reassigned to trade or professional school for training In speciltzatlon of her choice. Private Donaher, a gradute of the Naugatuck High 9 school, was formerly employed at I the 17. S. Rubber company, .footwear plant. "''.:".' . —Thlbodeau Studio— Mrs, Kenyon, Churchwoman Is Mayflower Descendant Miss Helen Kenyon of New, York, prominent churchwoman, who will speak tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Congregational church, under the auspices ..of .the Aid Society, has ancestors on her paternal side reaching back to the deck of the Mayflower, although like her parents, she was born and educated in Brooklyn, N. Y. Churehwomen in the; borough as well as those throughout Nauga^ tuck Valley, have been invited to hear Miss Kenyon, nationally known Congregational • Christian and interdenominational lay leader when she appears here. On her mother's side, Miss Ken- yon descends from!eaVly Dutch and French Huguenot settlers in the Poughkeepsle, N. Y., region. A graduate.of Vassar. college, in 1939 Miss Kenyon received an honorary LL. D. from Drury college,, and a Doctor of Humane Letters from Franklin and Marshall college. The first woman to be elected as moderator of the General Council of the Congregational Christian churches, she also was the first woman chairman of the board of trustees of Vassar college. Following her address, tea will be served those attending in the parish house.- And We Wish You All A Very "Happy Birthday 99 Today Kenneth Slawski, son of Mr. and Ms. Walter Slawski, 480 North Main stree't, is 11 yoars old today. Clayton Steward Davis, Webb road, Millville. Miles Sweeney, 15 Francis street. Wednesday, April 1 Mrs. Richard Qi-t, Jr., 125 Quinn street- . Mrs. Jean M. Gagnon, Mulberry Hill. Thursday, April 5 John R. Thibodeau, Beacon Valley road. George C. Gould, 33 Fairchild street. Mra. Charles Ladderbush, Beacon Valley road. Friday, April 0 Mrs. Thomas Scally, 44 Nixon avenue. '-•(-, Saturday, April 7 Eleanor Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm H. Wilson, 205 Quinn street. Rudolph Xjen n er.s, 55 '.Cherry street. i ' .", '.'" '.':.- ! . . :, Sunday,.April 8 ' Patrolman Howard J. Sagendorf, 274 Quinn street. . Mrs. Ralph Jackman, May street. James J. Grant, 262. North Main street, Union City. " Monday, April 9 Idris Alderson, 4 Rockwell avenue. ;' Mrs. Oliver .Lorspn, 650 South Main street. : Sixty Couples Attend Benefit Saturday Dance Mr. and Mrs. Al Kolakowski won the prize fox trot Saturday night at the Union City Little League dance in Falcon hall. About 60 couples attended. Music was provided by Greg Phelan and his orchestra with the compliments of the musician's union, and the hall was donated by the Falcons. The committee expressed thanks to all who cooperated, particularly to Pat Olson, Lois Romanoff, Al Sokolosky and Bill Nolan, who served as table waiters. - . Public Card Party April 10 A public card party will be held Tuesday evening, April 10, at 8 o'clock at the Falcon hall, Union City, sppnsored by the Catholic War Veterans, Gold Star post, Ladies' Auxiliary. Refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded. Players are asked to provide their own cards. Miss'Mary Furs is in charge of arrangements, , assisted by Mrs. Louise Swiderski. Tickets may be secured at the door or from any member of the club. JRersonals Edward E. Ulrich/son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius TJlrich, 28; New street, Seymour, and Robert Young; Charleston, South Carolina, have returned to their studies at New- jerry . college, . N.ewberry, .iSouth. Carolina, after spending the Easter vacation with Mr. UJricn'a parents; Mrs. C. Roscoe Carn and daughter, Judith Ann and daughter arid son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William i Leuchars, 166 Maple street, attended the wedding Saturday evening of Miss Lucille Antes and Mrs. Cam's nephew, Jack K. Eichelberger n held: at the Newberry Methodist church, Williamsport, Pa. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Antes, Williamsport and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eichelberger, Newberry. Hopson.Block ..^.. „. Church Street. -Naugatuck SKILL IN Typing & Shorthand Gets Jobs - Hold* Job* Send for Information Post Junior College 24 Central Ave, . TeL 4-8772 First Tea Of Junior Circle Slated Sunday The. first tea of the Junior Circle of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will be held Sunday afternoon from 2:30 to. 5. o'clock in the Knights of Columbus rooms, Neary building. All members of the Junior Circle and their mothers will be guests at the event, and invitations have been extended to state and national .officers. Officers of •'. Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, have appointed Mrs. Paul Ei Buckmiller as .chairman of the arrangements committee, and her assistants as Mrs. Conleth Kiernan, worthy regent; Mrs. James Petttt, past worthy regent; Mrs* Oliver Lofson, past worthy regent; Mrs. James J. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Paul Clisham, Mrs. Rose Beardsley, Mrs. Aldo Pistarelli, Madeline, and Ange Mariano. Lavine-Murrican Wedding Saturday Mrs. Louis McCarthy, Cheshire Heights, has announced the marriage of her sister,. Frances Kern Mfirrican, Carroll street,.;to Arnold W. Lavine, Naugatuck, which took place in the' Milford-Methodist church, Saturday.:morning .at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Floyd -.Davis officiated, -•; .. .7. -' . '' •.>.;. A reception followed -at-1the home of Mr. and -Mrs. Haiold^Kniiblein, Milford, brother-in-law arid sister, of the": bride. ; :Mr. .anj%Mrs.. Knabr ein were the attending "cbuple. " - : jFpr her ma;n[iage Mrs.- Lavine selected a . teal 'blue sUiiTpink accessories, niink scarf and orchid corsage. Her matron of honor wire a sand taupe dress, navy accessories and mink scarf with an orchid corsage. • '"."''" ''"' "' -'"'•'" Mr. and Mrs. Lavine will reside in Naugatuck foilowlng r.eturn from a New York wedding, trip. Added TpjCast Of lndustr t eyue A rehearsal for the Induatrevu* show will be held Wednesday evening at .the Naugatuok . Y.M.C.A. at 7:30 o'clock, It..has , been announced by Thomas'i. Dillon. > • . Air: Dillon . has v announced that Frances Mariano, Karen Carlson, Patricia White. and Marcia Baxter have been added to the members of the cast DEPEND ON BtfSES Boston—More than 4,100 communities in the U. S.; are-.entirely dependent on motor buses'for local mass transportation, _ Dr. Grace, Noted Educator Will Address Conference JfAUGATPCK NEWS (CONS.), TUESDAY, APBtt 8, 1M1—PAOBJ Mrs. Edward Haepp, Rlver*lde drive, left Sunday, from New York city aboard : the • '\yaahlngton'; f«r Germany, where she will visit rehi- tives for six months. ••-.--;• Dr. Alonzo G. Grace, director of the Division of Advanced Studies in New York university's school of Education, will give the •principal address at the Connecticut Industrial Arts association 18th annual Spring Conference banquet, scheduled Friday evening April:.6, at, 6 o'clock, in Marcus White hall, Teachers college of Connecticut, New Britain. The conference opening on Friday'afternoon, will continue .through Saturday' afternoon. pril' T.'.',. '.':> '."•', •' - ;' . " .. As former Commissioner of Education in the state, he was responsible for many educational advances,. and more -recently, served as United''States'-Director of Education and Cultural Relations in Germany. Dr. Grace comes to:New York university -from the university of Chicago,.,w ? here he "served as chairman of the department .'-'of Education. His new division in New York emphasizes programs of advanced' study leading to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Education. An eminent leader among American edu;- cators, Dr. Grace brings'to the or-' ganization a clearness of vision and a .professional aterthess. Dr. Keith Atkinson, principal of the Woodrow. Wilson High 'school, Middletown, a leading secondary school .administrator in Connecticut, ,w^li; be tpastmaster. He is. a former' industrial' arts instructor. In addition to the banquet program will be presentation of several choral , numbers by the college, chorus, under- the direction of Dr. Etzel WiUhoit, head of the Music department of Teachers college of Connecticut. The conference will be held for more than 600 teachers and administrators from throughout the state. Mrs. .John McGeever, Feldspar avenue, Beacon Falls, entertained her daughter, Miss Dorothy Mc••Geever, New York city, over the weekend. • The second lecture of the Women's Finance Forum will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the Waterbury Women's club. Miss Lillian Griffin of the Shearson Hammill and company, New York city, will discuss 'Investments'. 3 POINTS MAKt THt DIFF[R[HCt C ho a SB The Pen That Ho> Alt 3 OUaUrr. VALUf «NO PESFORMANCf INK-O-GRAPH fOUNTAJJV PfW r t 11 KT. 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