Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 6, 1951 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, April 6, 1951
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Colbert Junior <*uest On Monday U>:A:: i; •-. '..-•••••--.. ' The.Naugatuck=.$&ibr Woman's .-club will me-e~t Monday 'evening at 8 o'clock in the American Legion Home, for nomination of officers for the ensuing, year. Mrs. Clayton H. Dethlef gen, president., -will conduct the meeting. . - The speaker lor, the evening, Jean Colbert, will be ^introduced by Miss Elda Scblaroli,; program chairman. Jean Colbert has a -most interesting background,' and- Deputation. During her i more than- 11 years in radio, she has .written and starred in her own. network programs. As an actrera, she has appeared on almost every , important , network show, including: .Cavalcade, of America, Lux Radio. Theater, , . , Nighter, Gallant Women (she was commentator), .Palmolive Beauty Box Theater, Great . PlayB, CBS Workshop, 26 by Corwin and innumerable radio serials, such as Portia Faces Life, When a Girt Marries, Pepper Young, Stella Dallas and cpuntless others. • She has been" directed by and has worked with everybody from Orson Welles to Mickey Ropney. She has appeared .' on :tttA)o RrSgranis wtth Mrs. .Booseyett}: Maude. .' Adams, Pearl Buck/} Dorothy Thompson, Claire Booth, Mrs. Wellington Koo, besideg worKing for years with Walter Winchell, William Shirer, Bob Trout and other ^commentators. In addition, she;,.Has made- 'train• Ing slide films forVtne government, films for brides, housewives, prospective mothers, and' films' '.on fashions. She ; has .given many spon- •cred talks 'about women's problems and women's pjace in the war effort. And ^njbetween, times, Jean Colbert has'wrltlen'Tigned" articles for leading Women's .publications. She Is a graduate dt Hunter college, New yprli, si>ea,k3'']freWch- fluently, and is' the^mottier of a son and daughter, who give her ample opportunity to put her child, training theories Jnto actual practice. In 1943 she'- was .chosen as a representative American: woman!- radio commentator by fi^eV-]j|e!xican''.''Gov- ImportantEvent•• Other Formal Clothes For Hire IMBIMBO'S Tgg^ 89 Union St., Wtby. Phone S-88&6 >•; Wone Too Big or 8m»n.. . ...- W« Cam Fit ernment to visit their country in appreciation for the work she had done to further the interests of the good-neighbor policy. Upon her return, she became director of Women's activities of'WTAM, and writer and commentator of a daily half- hour show called The Women's Club of the Air. She was also appointed the co-ordinator of the United Nations for Ohio. Well versed in the fashion field, she has been a commentator Jor the 'New York Times Fashion Shows and for the Celanese corporation of America, the N.A.N. and designers. In 1945 she wrote .the first radio show on men's fashions. She has been at WTIC for almost two years as a writer and' commentator. Last year she was chosen by Air France to visit Paris and travel throughout France. This award was given to the outstanding American commentator, and she visited Brittany, Normandy, Canne and spent two weeks in Paris seeing the different fashion collections. Jean Colbert was chosen as the speaker before the National Congress of Parents and Teachers which met in Atlantic City in the | fall of 1948, and spoke on Radio as a Weapon for Peace. The focal point of Miss Colbert's trip to Europe this year was Rome and the Vatican, where she was received In audience by "Pope Pius XII. §he also interviewed the three Connecticut priests at the Vatican, Rev. Joseph R. Lacy of Hartford, now bursar at the North American college; Rev. James p. Kerwan of Waterbury and Rev. Vincent J. Hines of New Haven. At Monday night's meeting she will discuss her trip to Europe and visits with the royal families in Scandanavia, and tell of the modes of living, arts, crafts, industry and fashions of the countries. Rainbow Sunday Services At 11 'Rainbow Sunday" will be observed on Sunday, April &, by Nau- gatuok Assembly, No. 22, Order of Rainbow for Girls, when they will attend church services in a body. The Assembly will attend the 11 o'clock service at the Hillside Covenant church. The group will meet in front of the church at 10:45 o'clock. Club President JfAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1951-PAGE S ACCURATE TIMEPIECES... . A PART OF THE TRADITION GIRARD PPREGAUX JEWELERS... SILVERSMITHS SINCE 1900 68 BANK ST., AT CENTER ST., WATERBURY At a dinner last evening in the Hotel Elton, Waterbury, Dr. John Riccardi was seated as presiden of the Naugatuck Valley Holy Cross club, with his associate officers being Attorney Charles E. O'Con nor, vice president; Attorney F Patrick Zailckas. secretary; and Frank X. Dooley, treasurer. Execu Jve board members include: William Stokes of Union City, Judge James R. 'Lawlor, State's Attorney William Fitzgerald, Attorney -harles Summa, Attorney Frank rlealey, Dr. Charles Dwyer, Judge William Bennett of Ansonia, James 5ilson of Torrington,.' and John jyons of Thomaston. Edward J )'Donnell was named- chairman of he nominating committee. The principal speaker was Rev. Bryant Connors, S. J., former director of the Holy Cross Alum- ii slub. The executive secretary of .he alumni club, Joseph A. Perrot_ta also spoke. Rev. Richard Dowling, S. J., and Rev. James Deeley, S. J., natives of Waterbury, were introduced. James E. Henebry was dinner chairman. Cherry Blossom Queen To Be Named Tonight Queen of the .Washington Cherry Blossom Festival will be select"d this evening in Washington, D. C. . Miss Caroline Harkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harkins, Arlington, Virginia, both natives of Naugatuck, is the Connecticut candidate for the honor. Miss Harkins was elected princess by the Connecticut State Society. The 18-year- old beauty, born in Washington, is presently living at "Our Acre," Notch road, Granby, and is associated in the office of Winkler's Auto Parts, Hartford. Thursday Forum Radio Program Miss Mary Jane Mann, 15 South View street, and an elementary teacher in Prospect, was among the group of speakers heard last evening at 7 o'clock over radio station WBRY in a round table discussion. The program was entitled "Inside Education," and was designed to acquaint the listeners with the progress of Connecticut schools. Among those participating were Julian Schwabacker, Bethlehem, moderator; 'Miss Mann; Carl Hempel, principal of the Wolcott schools and Mrs. E. Harris of Southbury. MISS LORRAINE ANN LTJSK, whose engagement to Earl Phillips jr., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs, DanielJ. Lusk. —ChepUck Studi .orraine Lusk s Fiancee Of Earl Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Lusk, 18 Galpin street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Loraine Ann, to Earl Phillips, Jr., son f Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Phillips, 9 Tolles.square. Their bridal is planned for the all. Miss Lusk attended Sacred Heart ligh school, Waterbury. Mr.-Philips is a graduate of the Nauga- uck High school. . • < 3 POINTS MAK[ THE DimgtNCl Choose The Pan that Has ALL 1 QUAUnr. VALUf AND PERFORMANCE INK-0-GRAPH rOUHTAIN PCH r, 14 KT. GOtO *. UALL LIKt POINT NCCDS NO HCHLLS UiES REGULAR INK ! INVITES COMPANION WITH ANY KM OEFIHITUY imtl NOTHING UK! 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A group of Naugatuck policemen and their wives will attend this evening's Waterbury - Eolicemen'!! Ball. Among those planning to attend are Police Chief and Mrs. John J. Gormley, Patrolman ancii Mrs. James Penton, Patrolman ana Mrs, Henry Racki, Patrolman- and. Mrs. Theodore Klimaszewski, Patrolman and Mrs. Raymond Goggin, Patrolman and Mrs. Prank Mariano .and Patrolman and Mrs, John Mikalchus. Benefit Cancer Card Party Is Slated April 17 The Naugatuck Woman's club will sponsor a 'card party for the benefit of the Naugatuck Cancer Campaign, being conducted in the community by the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club this month. The card party will be held, at the American Legion Memorial Home, Tuesday evening, April 17 at 8 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded, and the public, both men and women, are cordially invited to attend. Reservations are to be made no later than Monday, April 16, with Mrs. Hans H. Griesbach, chairman, or her edmmitteewomen; Mrs. Charles F. Daly, Mrs. Thomas E. Norton, Mrs. Clarence A. Isbell and Mrs.. C. Ronald Peaker. Members of the executive board are assisting the committee with arrangements. Rev. Schrader Guest Speaker his evening's meeting of the Ladies' lid Society of'St. Paul's Lutheran The Rev. Theodore Schrader, pastor of Immanuel - Ihitherah church, -*ill,be the'guest speaker at this '---• " - - - -Aid church. The meeting /will be held at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. John Enamait, 49 Goriman' street. Rev Schrader will/discuss Lutheranisni in -Nova Scotia. • . • - - Aurora G. Ramos Is Fiancee Of An4hony.bepmho Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Ramps, 8 Pond street, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Aurora Cecilia, to Anthony Depinhoi son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Depinho, 175 Maple street. • Miss Ramos is a graduate of the Naugatuck High school and is a junior analyst at the U. S. Rubber company, Nauga-tuck Chemical division. Mr. Depinho attended Universal college, Oporto, Portugal, and is presently with the .Chemical division of the U. S. Rubber company. Their marriage will be solemnized in St. Francis' church on Saturday, June 2 at 9 o'clock. April Showers JeffKlub Dance Saturday Final plans f i)r the "April Showers" dance sponsored by the Jeff Klub were made at a committee meeting Tuesday evening at the American Brass Country club. The dance will be held Saturday at the Falcon Hall, with Ray Hotchkiss and his club orchestra playing for dancing from 9 until 1 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Al Robinson, cochairmen of the arrangements, committee, have announced that only the first 20 couples arriving at the, dance will be eligible for the door prize. Games will begin promptly at 10 o'clock. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are: Mr. and Mrs. "George Birdsall, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckmiller, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Donahue, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. John Titley, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Prageau, Mr; and Mrs. Glenn Dayton, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gesseck. Thomas J. DiHpn is the committee's advisor. PRIVATE FIRST CLASS ANTHONY P. FARBAB, JB. son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Farrar, 27 George street, is home on furlough from Camp Picket*, Virginia. VENETIAN BLINDS Lcbon Venetian Blind Mojlufacfujing Corp 27£,2SO NORTH MAIN ST PHON£ 3-7Z21 FASHIONS I FOR YOUNC |VATERBU&V SOUTH MAIN STREET •THRU BANK BRIDAL SUIT—This swimsuit,\ seen in Miami Beach, Fla., is for the bride who can't bear to part with her wedding finery. -It's done in snow-white slipper satin and starched lace. The frilly! skirt also'pinch-hits as a flatter-'/ .ing cape.,What, no bouquet?.Xl Blackstone Automatic Washers $385.00 Immediate Delivery Limited Quantity FURNITURE CENTER 70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE NAUGATUCK, CONN. Open Every Night Until 9 • All Day Mondays . 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Coffee Chiffon Filling: One envelope unfavored gelatin, 1-4 cup cold water, 2 tablespoons soluble cofee, 3-4 cup hot water, 1-4 teaspoon salt, 1-2 cup sugar, 3 eggs, separated*. ~ Soften gelatin in cold water. Dissovle coffee in hot water in top of double boiler. Add salt and 1-4 cup of the sugar. Cook over direct heat until sugar is dissolved. Beat eg-g yolks slightly. Slowly add hot liquid, stirring constantly. Return to top of double boiler and cook over hot -water, stirring constantly, until mixture is slightly thickened. Remove from heat and add softened gelatin, stir until dissolved. Chill until consistency of unbeaten, egg white. Beat egg. whites until stiff, gradually beat in remaining 1-1 cup sugar. Fold in chilled coffee mixture. Turn into 9-inch> chocolate _cookie crumb- crust and chill" until firm. If desired, garnish with whipped cream and shaved chocolate. Yield: 9- inch pie. Franks'on a Stick Eight frankfurters, whole or sections, 8 skewers or long narrow clean sticks. 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