Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 14, 1951 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, April 14, 1951
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1 Bentley-Riley YO.WS Exchanged •ft* i-j ' v »* Jnis Morning "A bridal gown ofcjnvported French lace having satin redingcote de- •igned. with doleman sleeves tapered . a*. the wrists, a fingertip veil of. French illusion caught to a Queen's crown of seed pearls and beading, wa» worn by Miss Nancy Rlley, - daughter, of ' Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W: Riley, .27. Yale ;avenue, Mlddlebury, for "her marriage at 8 o'clock this morning to William Henry fientley; son of Mrs. Margaret D. Bentley, 236 Oak street, Waterbury, and' the late William Bentley. The Rev. Richard Fanning, pastor of -the church of St. John °*.** e Cross, Mfddlebury, officiated for the double ring ceremony. The bride carried her grandmother's prayerbook marked with lily of the valley, ivy and stephanotis/ The bride's cousin, Miss Marilyn Brown, Thonmstoni served as maid of. honor, and Miss Barbara J. At- W£»od, Waterbury, cousin of the nrfdegrooin and Miss Marie Dansereau, Woodbury, were bridesmaids. Geprge B. .Bathr,^;, Waterbury was ¥£• :B«!i>tl«y>r-pesVjnan, arid guests were escorted toy George E. Bentley, £9M*Jn • W •'••'the groom •- and Charles &rMftdu$ jr.,, Waterbury. Palms ajJd bouquets of spring flowers banked the church .altar, and 'Miss Gertrude Prlsavage, Naupatuck, vc- cal soloist, Tendered Ave Maria and nni« Angejlcus.. -: ... .."' . . . . j&gua-.'nylQn net and lace fash- R>n«d the gown- of the maid of hon- SfifiJ 1 **, 1 ** an oval, neckline, fitted PS*": *odtee, -matching mitts and a WJKe ,nar;.ot an, aijua colour. Her Cascade bduquet was of : Talsman roses, lavender stock- and ivy. The l rtdeamalds wore peach coloured eman es Their (large hats and mitts 'ere also of a similar colour. Cas£: t»?uqneta of lavendar; stock d y completed ^ :their costumes. :' Riley attended her v'daugh- wedding in an aqua crepe cos- ; 'Kolinsky ;iiSr s ' and navy ac- rieK ! ;.and. ,rthe bridejiraom's mother ,W.oreflayy,cr;epe-andiafilavy ,fBd. white, h«EA -reception -fdnbwed ;at,the JWid.dlebury;Tpw:n Ha^l with «uests.present,4trom Oneanta, New tork; New .Yor^. city; Unioh City; New .Jersey; 4?atterspn, Hfew "Jersey ..and saitpundiliBg. J <?onnecticui'towns: ^.For.a wedding trip to Washington '.«>• <3- and .Chicago,. the briae trav- lavendar hat -, and, I^olinsky /eslde at M6 Oak their depart- * c««ng i depart- t- of the^Uj;6; Rubber company gaugatuck.:Mp; Bentley and the v - v e York academy, of Embalming. * ; Dunn *£*%*& ; wlth Home, Bristol A Chitaway For That . Hire BARGAINS & 1A: The iwrd arid gift shop SWEENEY'S : • Art ^'Stationery „- - MR. AND MRS. HENRY ALFRED LOMAN Florence Polonis, Private Loman Married April Tth white lace and satin gown was selected . by Miss Florence Mary Polonis, daughter of Mrs. Celia Polohis, 39 City 'Hill street, Union City, for her marriage on Saturday, April 7, to, Private Henry Alfred. Loman, United States Army, son "of. Anthony Loman, .170 Spring street, Union City. The' Rev. Stanley Hastillo, assistant pastor of St. Hedwig's church, Union City, solemnized their 10 o'clock bridal. The bride entered the church on the arm of. her uncle, William Cink, Hartford, for the double ring ceremony^ Her lace over satin gown, designed with a boat neckline trimmed in pearls,- featured a fitted bodice and gathered skirt with long sleeves'. Her fingertip veil fell from a white satin helmet, accented with pearls, and she caiv ried a white prayerbook with stephanotis and orchids as mark- rs. .-'I'. 1 . . Miss Janet Krulikoski, Union City, maid of honor, wore a pale green taffeta gown with an overskirt ;of white organza, a helmet of violets and carried a cascade arrangement of violets and ivy. Sheryle Ann Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .William Beck, Waterbury, and niece of the bride, as flower girl was attired in a gown of orchid taffeta with a white organza overskirt; ,,With her crown; of b'looms she- carried a basket of sweetpeas and roses. .Edward Pilecki, ' Union City, served as best man. Traditional wedding 'music was arranged by Mrs..-Theresa Soliwpcki, organist, who also renderedvAve, Marie. The altar of the church was banked with pink.and white gladioli. The 200 guests attending the -reception that followed at Borrelli's restaurant, Waterbury, were received by the bride's mother, who wore an aqua dress with navy accessories and ^orchid-corsage. The sridegroom's sister, Miss Henrietta Loman, assisted in receiving, at- Jred in a grey ,and white silk taf- :e!ta costume, green accessories and orchid corsage. • • " ,A beige suit and navy-accessories were selected by the bride to travel for a New York city wedding trip. Mrs. Loman is a graduate of the Naugatuck High school and is the- U. S. Rubber company. Private Loman, also a Naugatuck ' High- school graduate, is stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. . Horses originated in America; silt every horse in the United States :oday is an import, or the descendant of an import. M Keeler, M. D. %nfiounce the opening at 4 Oak Street for general practice of medicine. !^^ : "'\^>\> M'fv^'X" .' '-' : 7840 Ann A. Biernacki, Mr. Wajdowicz Are United In Marriage -Miss Ann A. Biernacki, daughter of Mrs. Stella Biernacki,'108 Fairview avenue, became the bride at 10 o'clock,this .morning in St.. Hedwig's church, Union City, of Ray- rhbnd Wajdowicz,, son. .of .Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley .Wajdowicz,'. 84 New Haven avenue, Derby. The Rev. John , Kbzpn; officiated . fpr .t the double, ririg-'ceremony, -as the.hridfe entered..the church on >the,arm of her brother, Joseph Biernacki., i •. Miss .Henrietta Biernacki, sister of the: bride,, served 1 as ; maid" of honor, .and Miss Nancy Lysakoski, niece of the bride was bridesmaid. Anthony. Jalowicz, Derby, attended his cousin, as best" man, arid ushering guests from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida, Massachusetts, Hartford, Derby, Thomaston,' ter- ryville, .'Waterbury and Naugatuck, was the-bridegroom's brother, Eugene Wajdowicz, Derby.. • Gladioli and snapdragons in assorted colors banked: the altar, and markers of .liilies of the valley were on the pews. • Ave Maria and Lady of Fatima, were rendered by Mrs. Theresa ' Soliwocki, '.organist and vocal soloist, and Edmund Zawacki was violinist. - .- / A square neckline fashioned the slipper satin bridal gown, which was designed with a beaded bodice, long sleeves,, wrist-pointed, 'and full skirt falling into a full' -train. A pearlized • halo of orange blossoms and rhinestones held her hand- ro ! led ,. Drench . illusion fingertip veil, and'she -carried a prayerbbok accented with amazon .liliies, stephanotic and ivy. A shrimp colored gown of satin with pleated ' bodice, worn with a bolero jacket and cascades of shrimp colored net over satin was worn by the maid of honor. A hat of shrimp colored pearlized orange blossoms and shoulder veil, and nosegay of yellow roses completed her costume. The bridesmaid was attired in a blue taffeta gown similar to the maid of honor's, and her blue bonnet with net over the brim, featured small clusters of blue lilacs on either side. Mrs. Biernacki attended her daughter's wedding in an aqua dress, natural straw .hat, brown accessories and brown orchid. A blue dress, navy accessories and orchid corsage was worn by the bridegroom's mother. A dinrier was served at Falcon hall, Union City, and also a reception -for 200 guests. Leo Kisielewski and his orchestra played for dancing. • ' .For a-motor trip to Miami, Fla, and Cuba, the bride traveled in a violet dress with beige accessories and corsage of amazon liilies. "Mrs. Wajdowicz, a .graduate of the Naugatuck High school, is employed at the-.Lewis Engineering company. Her .husband is employed at the Farrell Foundry Ansonia, and is 'an alumnus of Derby High school; BLACKSTONE AUTOMATIC WASHERS Immediate Delivery Limited Quantity .EASY TERMS FURNITURE CENTER in RIVERSIDE DRIVE NATJGATUCK, CONN. V Open Every Night Until 9 0 All ' . Day Mondays r ' -" TeL 2810 •,-.'••' ; Annual Spring Convention CSFWG Slated May 1, 2,3 "Preserving Our Freedoms" > will be the theme of the 54th : annual Spring Convention: of. the Connecticut State Federation' of Women's Clubs which will be held on May 1, 2, 3, at .the Bond hotel in ' Hartford. . " - .-.'; ;.., : ; •?<?.: Mrs. Wilmer L. Shultz of Canaan, State Federation president," will give the keynote address at the opening session on Tuesday afternoon, May 1, at 1:45 o'clock, and will preside at all sessions,, assisted by the three vice-presidents-: 'Mrs. Douglas A. Johnston of Newington, Mrs. Clifford A. Teeple,. o£ Naugatuck, and Mrs. Junius C. Rochester of Stamford. -. .... .,...,. .,: A program featuring speakers-of national reputation, as 'well' as'en- tertainment, has been planned- for the visiting- delegates for-the' three- day session. . • ; , j, . f -.''-•. •,-. -.Mrs. Douglas. A. .Johnston" and Mrs. Cliiford A. Teeple,.- f ir'sf •'. and second :vice-pre3idents,'-Ves.pectiyely, are co : :;xecutive-' ! 'chairmen, .-'.-'in charge of program and-Arrangements, with AI 3 James Vi Mix of Hartford, as general chairman Mrs. George W Carroll of the Nau gatuck Woman s club is state cus todian of flags. The Federated Clubs/ of Hartford County will be the" hostess clubs for this convention with the follow ing chairmen: Mrs Paur>"V i> *:pJum- mer, credentials cliai-tr-an will be chairman of res ivations issisted by Mrs. Oliver J Gager^ president of the Hearthstone club of Hart ford, Mrs. James L. Byrom of the Hartford Woman ^ club Reservations chairman Mrs M C Jones president of the Farmmgton Valley Woman's club, chairman -of .hostesses, with Mrs. Raymond.; Jphnson, president of the Woman's''club of Plainville, as co-chairman; Mrs. John D. Casson, president^Suffield Woman's club, chairman' J 6f dining room, with Miss Gertrude Curtin, Mrs. Charles M. Riggs, president of the Bristol Woman's club, chairman of ushers; Mrs. Harry W. -Cockayne, president of Southington Woman's club, chairman of plat form, assisted by Mrs. John S. Gor don, president of the Woman's clu of Enfield, as co-chairman; Mr; Wallace G. Payne, president of th Cosmopolitan club of Manchester chairman of information, with Mrs Joseph Krashan, president of th Cromwell Home club, as co-chair man. ••-...- . - ' .-, '•;• .••- -. -• -"• •• ; Four*" Junior Women's clubs wil assist as pages during the 1 cpnven Won: Mrs. Joseph N. Magna, ' Jr president, West Hartford Junio Woman's club, will be chairman o pages, .assisted by-Miss Helen T •Mbllqy,.. president of the Hartforc Junior -Woman's club; Mrs. Fred erick Hoaton, president, Junio Woman's club of Maple Hill, New ington and Mrs; Louis F. Hummel president of The Junior Woman' club of Bristol, as co-chairmen Mrs Donald B. Swett, president West Hartford Woman's club chairman of .decorations; Mrs. Har old E. Russell, president, Woman'., club of Maple Hill, Newington chairman of corsages; Mrs. Ed mund S. Male, Whitneyville Worn an's club, chairman of music,' with Mrs N, F.. ICuntzeiman,. presiden of the Woman's club of Glastonburj assisting- her.with the musicale on Tuesday evening; Mrs. John . A Bjerkoe, corresponding secretary chairman of printing and Mrs George F.-Hand; New Haven Worn an's club; chairman of publicity. A large delegation of clubwomen throughout the state will attent this convention. " All luncheon, supper and , banquet reservations should be made by April 24 with Mrs. Everett T. Rogers or Mrs Walter J. Booth of the Naugatuck Woman's club; and with Mrs. Clayton H. Dethlefsen or Mrs. Kenneth NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1951-PAGE 3 — — „>_, ^^^ ^.i uu ^ V--U1. vin, LUIJ j.i. j_^*s i,ineiscn or ivirs. j\.ennetn president of The In-Between club | G. Johnson, of the Naugatuck Jun- of Suftield, as her. co-chairman; ior Woman's club. MR. AND MRS. HENRY ALFRED LOMAN, who were united In marriage Saturday, April 7, in St. Hedwig's. church. — Arthur Studio — MR. AND MRS. WALTER JOSEPH STANKJQEWICZ, JR.. pictured following their marriage April 7 in St. Mary's church. The bride is the former Frances Theresa DeCarlo. The couple will be at home on New C weddtoT tri 9 IDS 22> " P0n returning from a Washington, D. — Cheplick Studio — JANET HOWIE SCHMITZ, whose engagement to Cadet.WU- a n y 'K S °" 0f . M f and ****• Ever8tt McCauley,- Baltimore, ^ been made known by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schmitz, Moore avenue. Miss Schmitz is a student at Connecticut college for Women. New London, and her fiance U, a member London ° f 1952 M the ^ nitea States Coast- Guard academy, New — Bradford Bachrach— MR. AND MRS. WALTER JOSEPH STANKIEWICZ, JR. Ford-Gillotti Bridal April 28 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Jxfprd road, Seymour, announce ,he engagement and ' forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Nancy vlae, to Elbert Charles Ford, jr., on of Mr. and .Mrs. Elbert C. Ford, Woodbridge road, Seymour. Th'eir marriage will, be splemniz- d Saturday, April 28, in St. Augus- ine's church, Seymour,,; ',a£ i 10 >'clock. A reception will' follow at Russian American hall: Personals Marriage intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Manuel Henriques, Mineola, N. : Y., and Alice Aniodor, 73 Cherry street, who plan to be married April 21 in St. Francis 1 church. Harry Schwartz, 37 Melbourne court, celebrated •his llth birthday on Friday, and his sister, Sandra will be 13 years old Monday, April 16. MISS JANET HOWIE SCHMITZ Prisqlla R. Pelgro; St. Francis' Church Bride The Rev. Albert Taylor performed he 9 o'clock marriage this morning it Miss Priscilla Roselle Pelgra laughter of Mrs. Anna Pelgro, 23 Jarnum court, and John B. Bartol- ni, son of Mrs. Doria Bartolini, 52 icovillc street, Waterbury, and the ate Giacomo Bartolini. White iris >anked the altar of St. .Francis ihurch for the double ring marriage ceremony, and nuptial High Mass .Jijseph To.mkawicz '' escorted his sister-in-law in marriage,' as "she '/4s gowned in. .-ivory' slipper satin laving . fitted. bodice 'fcutt'on'e'd to vaist, Peter-Pan collar, long.sleeves .ap'ered to .a. wi-ist-point; and edged rith a'ruffle'of lace.'-Her full skirt cut entrain,, was designed- .with : a Iraped apron effect-arid'.bustle' bow -V satin. braided. ;crown .held .hei chapel'length -veil of .French illusion and she carried, a- prayerbook with orchid and stepharitois as mark :rs. ''.'•'• '.-•..'. •..,', The. bride's sister, Mrs.. Joseph romkawicz. was r- attired. in..a, blue •noise;taffeta gown with fitted bod ce buttoned to -waist and ful looped skirt with matching mitts With her round headpiece of yellow daisies and dalphiniucn she car'riec i -bouquet of gladioli and delphin- um . , Ralph Porgio, Joseph. Pugliese and Michael Massi, all of Water- wry, servsd as ushers. Aurelio Barolini was best man. A dinner for 40 guests present rom. 3>Jew York, Torrington and Waterbury, was held at D'Angelo's estaurant, - Waterbury, : with Mrs. Pelgro-recsiying in a beige costume. The 'bridegroom's mother wore a ilack ensemble; : Departing on an unannounced vedding trip, Mrs. Bartolini selected o' travel in a grey flannel : suit, lack accessories with natural straw lowered imt and lavendfv bl'our*. Their future residence will be 27 Fifth street, Waterbury. The bride is a graduate of the Naugatuck High school, and her lUsband, a Leavehworth High chool, graduate, served three years with the Air Corps. A supernumer- ry on the Waterbury Police force e is employed at the Seovill Man- facturing company,- Waterbury. PERSONAL The Misses Florence Boucher, ianet Bpsworth and Alta Tuttlei enior class members of Seymour High school, attended a tea and ocial Thursday afternoon at Grace lospital, school of Nursing, New Haven. Miss Borwprth and Miss Tuttle have received notice of their icceptance at Grace hospital, and tfiss Boucher has • been accepted at Meriden hospital, _ school of Nursing *nr n SEVEBAL }^SJgLJS T J DE STATE FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS were present at the Spring meeting; of the Federated Women* dobs <rf New Haven County which was *eM -Wednesday at the SSSS^S" 8 "^* 1 ™^^?* °l The Gr ~ ?en - t P ' Ctar * d " e « ^tedfleft to right* Mm G53?8to8toE Stamford, state garden department chairman; Mrs. Arthur B. Swartz, West Haven New Haven Countv^ce £™ ^ •' MrS " T2f^ T -^°«» re . : President of the N B ugatnek Woman's club; Mrs. wUC, ! HayesfMe^ I^^fS??!?2 « the Amerfcaimome departmenlrof the state organization, and associate editor of the Connecttcnt Clubwoman magazine. Standing, leftrto right, are: Mrs. Armstrong Durr, New Haven Count^ treasurer, and a past.presldent ^of fee Naugahick, Woman* dub; Mrs. Thomas Foley, Seymour New Haven SreU8toStIlClvU<iefenselr ' ;, qrlnan : rs " met 1- Shulte Caaansto toon president; Mrs. Phd^s Wrown, Suf field, community service chairman; and Mrs. George W state custodian of. flags, and-* jp^st president ot,the Nan B atnck Woman's club! — News photo, 'Anderso Miss Hrynkewicz Is 9 O'Glock Bride In St Hedwig's Multi-colored gladioli and snapdragons decorated St. Hedwig's church for, the' 9 o'clock marriage of Miss Hedwig Mary Hrynkewicz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hrynkewicz, . 68 Anderson street, Union City, to Raymond' Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Ah- 46 Bridge street Niski, son of thony Niski, ^, , Union City. Mr, Hrynkewicz presented his daughter for the double ring marriage ceremony. Vocal soloist, Mrs. .Theresa Soli w'ocki offered Panis Angelicus and Ava Maria. A .period gown of satin with standing Peter Pah collar, wrist pointed sleeves, short /bpclice featuring buttori-down-front ,to hemline, and a full open pleated skirt terminating into a court train was selected-by the bride. ; A beadec tiarra held her Madonna fingertip veil edged in Chatitiliy iace and her prayerbook >vas accented with pastel shaded rosary beads and white gladioli. ' ; A taffeta gown .in dusty rose ! of a strapless period style, with full skirt and short jacket trimmed with tucks was worn by-Miss Ramona Npvak, maid of honor. With her dusty rose poke bonnet she carried a basket of spring flowers. Mr. Niski was attended by Stanley Sorirajski,. and ushers were Vitalis Hrynkewicz , and . Caesar Krzykoski. • ' . A reception for the immediate families was held at the American Brass Country club. Upon returning from a Washington, D. C., wedding trip, for which the bride wore a grey suit, furs and violet accessories, Mr. arid Mrs. Niski will make their home at 46 Bridge street, Union City. ' VENETIAN BLINDS Lebon Venefion Blind Monufocfuring Corp. 275-280 NORTH MAIN ST ' PHONF 3-7221 Mary Hencerhan Is Morning Bride Of John M. Chesinas Miss Mary Henecman, daughter of Mrs. Walter Oldakowski, Church street, Beacon Falls, became the bride of John Michael Ghesinas, son of Mrs. Nora Chesinas, 115 Congress avenue, Waterbury, ,at 9 o'clock, this morning in a ceremony performed by the .Rev. Jerome T. Cooke, pastor of St. Michael's church, Beacon Falls. Henry. Henceman. presented his sister for the doublo ring ccr« emony, as she was attended by Miss Ann Yvasauskas, Naugatuck, maid of "honor. The bride's niece Barbara Heller, Beacon Falls, served as flower girl. Joseph,.Nars4q$*JJWater!)ury,' attended Mr, , •'CheslW^B <"a bes . ., attended Mr, , •'CheslW^B <"as best man. Mrs., Ric'ft&r^^pijpj. Beacon Falls, presented, tfie musical "^rogram.: L : .A -white iace gown^eijijgned .'wlthj a long sleeved jacket having mandarin collar was worn by the, bride with her fingertip* veU arranged from a matching, lace skull cap. Or-- chids marked her pfayerbpok. "-'Si 1 A yellow nylon marquisettes gpVm' fashioned with a satin bpdice,".cipe ; and matching mitts was worn , by the maid of honor, complimente^by' a yellow lace picture hat aind~caa-; cade of mixed flowers. ' The flower girl's gown of blue nylon marquisette featured a hoop skirt, and'with her lace picture hat and blue mitts e carried a colonial bouquet. .. . ;; A reception followed.'at.the.'home' of the bride's brother-in-law' /and ' sister, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Heller, South Circle, Beacon Falls, for approximately 40 guests, who attended from Long Island, New York and nearby communities. Mrs. Oldakowski received '.her daughter's guests wearing a. navy print dress, white accessories and orchid corsage. : • ' Returning from a wedding trip Jo New York city, Mr. and Mrs. Chesinas will make their home at 16 Railroad avenue, Beacon Falls, ,The bride traveled in a. navy gabardine suit and orchid accessories. Mr. Chesinas is a veteran of four years service with the United States Army. PHILCO BALANCED BEAM • •• - •• J/07.7D 8Q. IN. SCREEN LOW DOWN PAYMENT AS LOW AS $2.00 WEEKLY WHY'S 15 Church Street Naugatuck,' Conn. Tel. 6190 Free Parking-Lot-For Androphy'g Customers Looking to a bright future "WE'VE already learned to save." The newly wedded couple that can make that statement is well on the way to a successful mar- ,.. r riage. Financial security is everybody's goal and regular deposits in a savings account here will help you to provide that security.

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