Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 10, 1951 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, April 10, 1951
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You Wednesday, April it Nissen, Manners a'venue >r ;Donahue, 15 Francis aitor * irthday " avenue. .., Burt, 28; May street . . Mrs. Jlehry-Gawlft, "48 -Goodyear &v6nue. * •- ' - • . - „. •'^f- Clarence ^nriimkn^ sirect, _•--•• . • 7 -§j?,U :Vjpright, Beacon Falls 9?>; tyon, son of Mr. and urton W. Lybn, Mill street, -••• ' 19 a;r AJ«-c\ Zonfcs, j&Z Prospect Unio " »• p " • , Millville 'avenue. - . .- Saturday, April 14 - tduise Grairig'er; 9 Terrace Leittoru Jr., Andrew ave- lir Beacon MISs Jean Hackctt. Beacori Falls G B ^% fir , St bt ft*$y? <* 'TKbmas G?ry Sardo, son ^0* $^ antf Mrs. * **?*" G - " Sardo', 16 Ward 'street. Bisbee Couple HonpreciWi+h Pinner," Party Mr.'and Mrs. Charles'Bisbee, Sr., Washington avenue, Seymour, were honored at a family party in observance of their golden wedding- anniversary Friday evening, at the home of their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bisbee, Jr., Pinesbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gemmell, Ansonia, who attended the couple at their marriage in the Seymour Congregational • church, April 6, 1901,. were among the guests present. From 2 until 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Evans, Church street, Seymour, held open house at-their home honoring Mrs Evans' parents. The couple also have two grandsons, Bruce and Arthur Bisbee. - rraternal David VV, Brown To Conduct "Dido & Aeneas" , Priscilla Winchester*: daughter of %•&£*• ^rs. 'Robert Douglas Winchester, Jr., Salem, Conn., and granddaughter , of, ..Mrs^An^e UCl is three -Monday, April 16 Rando] P h ' Mulberry Christ Cnurch Guild, Bethany To Offer Play • "Aunt Susie Shoots the Works" G V L r,f ™? ?^* y the Ladifi s' the R ^^^^"-.Bethany, in Sat^rt than *.*°y <Hall Friday and Saturday evenings, April 13 and u , at 8:15 o'clock. •,. . .-•_... . , Members of the cast include Altar Society Spring Card Party Wednesday Plans-have been completed for the annual spring card party to be held tomorrow evening-, under the sponsorship of St. Mary's Altar society, at 8 o'clock in the church hall, according to Mrs. Andrew McDermott, general chairman of the arrangements committee. Featured at the party will be a fancywork and food booth. Prizes will be awarded high scorers at each table, and several door prizes -will be presented. Refreshments will be served, and the public is invited to attend. Those planning to attend the party are requested to furnish their own cards. • . ' ers of the cast include asssfls. ssL-S maHazel HtfpeeV antf^ The play is di s Ar- .Mrs; L. Millwardr^?" Walnut street, announces the marriage of her daughter, Grace, to I^ee, J Bar- tonV° f , Har ' fo ^- V ThPceremony t 00 *. Place Monday in Hartford Invitations -"''-" "• & s?V v i ^' : >-^'V^ ,' ... « '• -_ ^ .. A. .,. •, and Announcements Our Big Variety Of , QUICK SERVICE "Your Stationer" SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery Store Nancy J, Schmuck Is Engaged To Wed At a family dinner party at their home. Saturday evening, "Mr. and Mrs.- John Honry Scbmuck, North Church street, made known the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Jane, • to Robert Wagner Keenan son of Mrs. William Carroll Keenan, Oxford, Ohio, formerly of Cleveland , Heights, and the late Mr Keenan. Miss Schmuck graduated from Rogers hall, attended Connecticut college, New London, and graduated from Katherine Gibbs school Boston, with the class of 1949 she is on the staff of the Harvard Business Review and is a member of Jie Junior League of Waterbury She is the granddaughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Johnson, Naugatuck, Henry E. Schmuck ^'l^V formerl y-.°f West Springfield, Massachusetts and the late Mrs. Schmuck: •" Mr. Keenan is an 'alumnus of Yale university, 1949, and a senior at the Harvard Graduate school of Business Administration He is a member of Phi Gamma Delta and the Yale club of Cleveland. HomemakersTo Meet Wednesday A special meeting of the Pond hpii* I f° memakm £ group will be held at the home of Mrs. Jean Ga»non, Mulberry hill, Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock nesaa y Mrs Maria Preston, association home demonstrator agent, will talk on sawing machine attachments/ Mrs. Gag-non will serve lunch. Al members are requested to be present before 11 o'clock • It is not surprising that .Davi W. B.-own, conductor of the oper "Dido and Aeneas," to be given a :he Naugatuck High school aud torium, Friday, April 13 ,is church organist and choir director or Henry Purceil, composer of th music for the opera was organis of Westminster Abbey in the yea 1689. Henry Purcell t like th church organist, Sir Arthur Sulli van, the composer of "Pinafore, 'The Pirates .-Trial by Jury, lolanthe" and many other rollick ing operas, had a good. , sense o humour, as illustrated-in the mock tragic passages.. .in "Dido and Aeneas." Some of the music in its symcopation has suggestions of modern jazz—in a refined form, to be sure, but with some of jazz feeling, nevertheless. If, as is stated by some writers, sudden'contrasts are the basis of humor, Purceil was a master. For instance, when the Sorceress, whose part is sung by a deep bass voice, (Ralph Lyons in Naugatuck) has a mocked solemn passage, full of gloom and 'warning, the chorus suddenly bursts into a waltz rhythm Joyous passage, giving, as it were, a happy antidote to the gloom of the sorceress; The music is melodious and worthily simple. Though those' who love Purceil have known his church-chants and hymn tunes, have revelled 'in his charming . orchestral compositions and felt that they knew the man, Purceil. But in singing, playing and interpreting operas like "Dido and Aeneas" and "The Tempest" for which Purceil is justly famous, artists recognize that here they are seeing the real man. His music because it is simple and great, is as understandable and charming as in the 17th Century when 'he composed it. Human nature is still tho same. by her parents, Mr. and Ars. Francis A. Clark, 3 — Baehrach — Spring Meeting Slated Wednesday Hostess for the Spring -meeting of the State Federation of Women's club tomorrow will be the Naugatuck Woman's club. The meeting is scheduled to open at 10:30 o'clock in the parish house pf the Naugatuck Congregational church on the Green, Mrs. Everett T. Rogers, local club president, is in charge of the arrangements. Luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock, with the afternoon session slated to convene at 2 o'clock Following the afternoon talks a skit will be presented. Personals A public card party will .-be'held tonight at 8 o'clock-in-Falcon hall, Union City, sponsored ;by the Catholic War VeteiansT"Gold '-Star 1 post auxiliary. Tickets may be secured at the door. Harriet Fisher D lans Bridal For May 12th Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher, South Main street, Beacon Falls, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Harriet, to Andrew TJhel- sky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Uhelsky, 20 Rosko street, Seymour. Their bridal will take place May 12, at 3 o'clock in St Peter and Paul Catholic church, Seymour. : Personals The Naugatuck chapter. American War Mother's, will hold their rcg-ular monthly meeting this- evening' in the VFVV rooms, Rubber avenue, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Christine Holmes, president, will conduct the session. ' • ii BLACKSTONE i 11 AUTOMATIC WASHERS immediate Delivery Limited Quantity EASY TERMS FURNITURE CENTER 70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE NAUGATUCK, CONN. Open Every Night Until 0 • All Day Mondays Tel. 2810 St. Mary's Altar society's annual spring card party will be held Wednesday night- at 8 o'clock in the church hall. • . ... The annual spring card party of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Israel will take place tomorrow night at the Community Center, 148 Fairview avenue, at 8 o clock. Homemade refreshments will be served, Mrs; Samuel J Kievman, chairman, has announced. Private Stephen J. O'Neil, son of Mrs. Lauretta B. O'Neil of Nettleton avenue, is in training as an Air Force technician at the USAF Technical school, Warren Air Force Base, Wyo. Mis Susan Boies, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William G.Boies,. 524Hill- side avenue,.has riesunied-her studies at Dana Hall, 'Wellesley, Massachusetts. VENETIAN BUNDS Lebon Venetian Blind Manufacturing Corp Z?6.2SO NORTH MAIN ST ' PHONE 3-7221 THE GENERAL ELECTRtjC STAGE SHOW THAT HAS THRILLED MILLIONS / See a paper disk explode! y See bouncing putty! Y See fluorescent tubes light . without wires! The train with a brain ofc»Ki Oman's voice / See a whirlinTgear^ar7d'$Hlil Auditoriu m _Wednes<lay, April llth at 8 P. M. Tickets, .freeSiitvConn. Light * •" ' • ' ' CONNECTIGUtlGHT & POWER A Business-Managed, Tax Paying Company Miss Virginia Chittenden, daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. William M. Chittenden, 60 Fairview avenue, bride- elect of Nathan Merrill Pierpbnt Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs,,;.Nathan^ M; Pierpont, Waterbury, -, was honored- last week by Mr. .and Mrs. John K.' Pratt, with a cocktaH party -atthei home in Watertown. *Mr. and Mrs Benneville.N. Wilmot, Cliff street also recently entertained the cou pie, whose wedding is planned fo April 21 at the Naugatuck 'Con gregational church. There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women' this evening at the home of Miss Katherine O'Toole, May street, at 8 o clock. Posy Potholders Local Emblem ^Nl I A /• • • ~ Club Visits Other Groups The Naugatuck Emblem club attended the Supreme -District Deputy night program of'the Danbury Emblem club, Friday evening , Mrs Mai-ie Cassidy, supreme district deputy paid an official visit. Attending- from Naugatuck were Mr and Mrs. Joseph Sommers, Mrs Myles Keating, Mrs. William Nar- butiaits, Mrs. Anthony Laguna Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs.' Harold Perry, Mrs. Richard' Ostrom, Mrs. Emmett Shea,. Mrs. E Pichulo, Mrs. E. Callahan, Mrs. J Tatigian, Mrs,.H. Gawitt, Mrs J Pettit, Mrs. John Ash,'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Triiano, Mrs. E. Leach and Mrs. J.Sheridan.. . • Last evening" members attended :he Homecoming Visitation at the New Haven Emblem club for Mrs. Lillian Nolan; supreme district deputy. Present were Mrs. Edgar Leach, - Mrs. Myles Keating, Mrs E.- Callahan, • Mrs. William Narbu- taitis, Mrs.., Joseph Sommers and Mrs. Colem'an Deegan. • ; , The third arid final lecture of the Women's Finance Forum series will • be given tomorrow afternoon at the Waterbury Woman's club Central avenue, "Waterbury, by W Burton Leach; professor of law at Har ™ d , u ™>ersity. His topic will be, Wills, Trusts, Taxes.'" There is no cost for tickets. •' Francis Leone Wed Saturday In Waterbury Francis Leone, son of Mrs. Rose Leone, 20 Willow street, Union City took as his bride Saturday morning in St. Thomas' church, Waterbury, Miss Irma Eileen' George;. daughter of Mrs. .Nellie George, Locust street, Waterbury. The. 9 o v: oc k ceremony was performed by the Rev. James Tyler, pastor of the church. An Imported lace and "marquisette gown was worn by the bride as he was presented in marriage by Fred Giustf. A headdress of illu- ion held her , fingertip veil of rench.illusion and her prayer book was marked w,1h an' orchid, tephanotis'and ivy. As her sister's matron of honor Mrs. Constance Campus was attired n a Nile green organdie gown with matching .helmet and 'gloves, and carried a bouquet of yellow, roses and violets. The bridesmaids, Misses Nancy and Marguerite Sasso wore gowns -of lifec and maize styled similar to that worn by the matron of honor, and carried colonial bou- l?-.?*^?* yellow roses and lavender ^s. The groom's nephew, White, was best man and ushers were William Urbanetti and Joseph General!. v, ^ retce P tlon ' f °r 300 guests was held at Corporal Coyle Post hall with the bride's mother receiving in a blue silk print dress, black hat and orchid corsage and the bridegroom's mother assisting in an »m» dress, »•<--•- Evangelistic Service Wanned At Salem Lutheran An;Evangelistic service, sponsored by the New England Conference of the Augustana Lutheran church", will be conducted at the ^^pAY.-APiUfcle.iBBl-l.AqBi, 'Wonder Baby'Gains, trip to Daytona Fla., the bride wore a navy blue checked suit, navy accessories Pink topper and orchid "corsage. Their future residence will be 122 Locust street. wS 6 b u de i is a E ra <>"ate of Wilby High school and her husband from Leavenworth High school. He is employed at Lux Clock Manufacturing company. (By United Prew»> MilfordMiospital's "wonder babv" may be able 'to desert, his .eyedropper feedings for a man-size'd bottle within a week. ' A hospital, spokesman says John Peter Goggms packed on six ounc- SL 1 " £ e _ P ? st week ,and .now-tt™ , The tot will be allowed to "go home to his parents, Army Se?- geant and Mrs. John J. GogfrinB when he reaches five pounds. The' baby was born March 4. two an* one-half months ahead .of sched- BEV. WttLlAM SIEGEL Personals The Ladies' Aid society of Immanuel Lutheran church will meet Wednesday at 8 o'clock to complete plans for the roast pork and beef supper to be served April 26 at the church hall. This evening at 7 o'clock the Sunday School staff of Immanuel Lutheran church will meet at the church, and at 8 o'clock the com! mittee arranging the 50th anniversary o f the founding of the church will discuss plans. . Miss Lillian Lowell and Miss Margaret Mason, East Orange N. J., former Naugatuck Hich school teachers, spent the ' Foster, Carroll court. Marriage .intentions have been filed m the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. SUjohn Merrill Pierpont/ Jr a and Virginia . Chittendeno Salem Lutheran church tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, with the speaker to be the Rev. William Siegel, pastor of the Emanuel Lutheran church, Minneapolis, Minm The Rev. Siegel is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Mirin., where he received his bachelor of arts degree; 'and .the Augustana Theological seminary Rock Island; 111., receiving his bachelor of divinity degree. Ordained in June, 1927, he has served churches in Chicago, 111.. Spokane, Wash., and Iron Mountain, Mich. For three years he. was president of the'Superior Conference of the Augustana church. 'Holding a master of arts degree from the University of Minnesota as present he is a candidate for the degree of doctor of philosophy at the university. He has taught philosophy at Augsburg college in Minneapolis. The service, which will be informal, is open to the public. An invitation has been extended to all the churches of the Naugatuck Council of Churches, and local ministers will assist in the service, ihe Zion Lutheran church, Waterbury, will also participate. The Rev. Siegel will use as the theme lor his message, "One Thing Thou Lackest." * In connectipn with the currant Evangelistic effort, many local churches are planning to receive new members. The Immanuel Lutheran church is engaged in an 1 Evangelistic Crusade, and a class for new, members will start Sunday S-n . , Salein Lu theran church at 9; 30 o'clock in the morning. State Legislature Meets; fight looms (By United Press)' Connecticut lawmakers reconvene on Capitol Hill today for t«e flf! teenth week and first four-day work week of the current session They are faced with several controversial measures. • tmv he ho , tl y- dis P«ted scramble on town and city court judgeships. a basic 1S sue of- the' present session may reach the show-down stage this week. Last week the House Judiciary committee, Republican- controlled, approved a bill flxjntr four-year terms for .these judges! Workmen's Forecast True But Reversed (By United Press) A New Britain; owner protested last nigttt that sewer department workmen were excellent forecasters when they told him that he wouldn't recognize his w"ith e it when they goi throu e h "Well, I cartainly didn't." -he said. -For letting them use a right of way on my property for a sewer, they left dead trees, numerous holes, and even-a large crater that is usually filled with water." ?. The. board, of public works quickly agreed to remedy 'the situation. To keep food from tasting of lubricants, oil your food chopper and other kitchen utensils with glycerine. church Congregational SKILL IN Typing & Shorthand Gets Jobs - Holds Job* Send for Information ..' '.-.. 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