Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 17, 1951 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, April 17, 1951
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And We Wish You All A Very Birthday" ft , Today ...-. Mrs. Malvina Davin, 43 Main street, Beacon Falls. Charles L. Howard, Akron, Ohio, a former resident. -'. Wednesday, April 18; : Mrs. Edwin White, 686 Rubber avenue. . ... • • _i Friday, AprU 20 Miss Dolores, Zettlemoyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Zettlemoyqr, ;284 Hillside avenue. Mrs. Clayton V. Davis, 154 High street. •'.. / Saturday, April 21 Mrs. Harold D. Adams, 66 Trowbridge place.- ••"•- - Sunday, April 22 Kenneth Clymer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wayne ^ Clymer, 370 Quinn street, and a!"student at Rider college, Trenton, N. J, Clayton F. Davis, 154 High street, Johri'Gomlinski, 31 School street, Union City. Mrs.' Harry L. Kreidler, 53 Oak street.- . ,:•''. Monday, April 2S Garry Knapik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Knapik, 66 Laurel avenue. Mrs.. Joseph B. Stephens, 360 Hillside avenue. Miss. Betty Hotclikiss, Cotton Hollow:.. .... BARGAINS ITWILXiBAY The card and gift shop ' •.,.!'- i SWEENEY'S Art ancTStationery rStpre 213 Church Sfc, Naugatuck Janet Hennessey Celebrates Her Eighth Birthday Patrolman and Mrs. James Hennessey, Andrew avenue, entertained Saturday afternoon "with a birthday party in honor of their daughter, Janet, who was celebrating the occasion of their eighth birthday. Among, the guests present were Janet MacDonald, Arline Hennessey, Barbara Bendziunas, Dorothy and Anne Raytkwich, Mary Ann Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. John Raytkwich. Rainbow Girls Card Party Is Planned May 7 Miss Joyce Webster, worthy advisor of the Naugatuck Assembly. Order ol Rainbow for Girls, announces that the Rainbow Girls will sponsor & card party and fashion show on Monday 'evening, May 7, at the Masonic Temple, Church street, beginning at 8. o'clock. Mrs. Dorald Almquist, arrangements chairman, states that tickists may be obtained from any member of the organization. The Misses Connie Gallucci and Nancy Anderson, co-editors-in-chief of the Naugatuck High school year book; George Mitchell, class president, with Miss Louise Grainger, rlass advisor, are in New Haven today, for the third annual year Book Sumposium being held at the Junior college of Commerce. Social - Personal - Fraternal If It's Anything for Tour Floor Call A R K A Y FLOOR COVERINGS 50 Diamond St. Tel. 6913 BLACKSTONE :; AUTOMATIC WASHEKS Immediate Delivery Limited Quantity EASY TERMS FURNITURE CENTER 70 KIVEBS1DE DRFV'E NAUGATUCK, CONN. Open Every Night Until 9 • All Day Mondays Tel. 2810 Miss Sanf ord To Appear In New York City Concert Miss Justine Sanford, a senior at Centenary Junior college, Hackettstown, New. Jersey, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Elmer S. Sanford of 3 Chestnut street, will sing at Town Hall, New York city, Saturday, April 21, as a member of the Centenary Singers. % This well-known choral group of 95 Centenary -'junior college students will be conducted by Edgar H. Smith of the Centenary faculty and will be assisted by the noted pianist-composer, Percy Grainger, who will, play .two groups. of two- piano compositions with W. Norman Grayson, chairman of Centenary|s Fine Arts division. The Centenary Singers will open the concert with the English Gothic Music of Dom Anselm Hughes and Mr. Grainger. The second group will consist of Arthur Fickenscher's "The Chamber Blue," which has never before been performed in New York. The final group will include the first performance of Henry Cowell's "Lilting- Fancy," dedicated to the Centenary Singers,, and Irving Mopper's "Tw.o Songs of Infinity," also dedicated to the Singers and never sung in public before. The first group by Mr. Grainger and Mr. Grayson include selections by Daniel Gregory Mason and Mr. Grainger. The second, group will be the first performance o£' Mr. Grainger's arrangement of George Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess." Tickets for this concert,' "which, will benefit Centenary's organ fund, are on sale at the Town office and at Centenary. Junior college. . .. - .-,..-. . Columbian Lodge "Men's Night" Planned Wed. A regular meeting of Columbian Rebekah Lodge, number 35, I. O. O. F., will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows' hall, Mrs. Ai-lene Booth, noble grand, presiding. Personals The evening will be known as "Men's Night", and all brothers are invited to attend. An entertainment program v will follow ' the business meeting. Arthur Morgan, Riverside drive, well-known woodcarver, will be the guest. Refreshments. will be served. SUGAR DONUTS Most everyone likes donuts ... but everyone loves these Jane Parker Donuts! They're light, fluffy and generously covered with sugar. .You'll love 'em, too! And remember ... they're "dated fresh" daily. Try 'em today. Pbg. of 12 25 A&P's advertised prices are guaranteed for one week; these prices effective through," " " sat., Apr. 31. Music Dept's; , Final Session Thursday Night The final meeting of the season for the Music department of the Naugatuck Woman's club 'will 'be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home--of Mrs. Everett' T. Rogers, club president, Rockwell' avenue. . . ; The meeting has originally (been planned at the home, of Mrs. John J. Wrinn, Ward street. . \ • -, : All members. a£--'tBevClubV a re"ih-* vited to attend, especially those in- trested in- singing, .and-,'joining the chorus. Refreslimenta twill.,be served during the social hour and group singing enjoyed. - • •'..> Members of the club Interested in singing in. the state chorus are invited -to attend a rehearsal Tuesday afternoon at 1 .o'clock at the New Haven Woman's club. Mrs. Edward Male, state music' •chair* man, will direct the group. '• " Dance Chairman WARREN HESS, general chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements for the spring dance to be held .by, The Play- makers, local drama . group, Friday evening, AprU 20 in St. Michael's parish house. The dance will be semi-formal, with music for dancing'to- be furnished by Greg 'Phelan and his orchestra; Bowling League Banquet April 24 , The Y. M. C. A. Twilight Bowling League will hold their annual bowling banquet at The.., White.. Fence Inn, Thomaston, -on^Tuesday evening, April..24.-. . ... . '.,, . , . '. west German parliament, at i Mrs. Herbert. Scullin, chairman, is haing assisted with the arrangements toy Mrs. Ivan Mankowich, Mrs. Charles Johnson^ and Mrs. Blanche Sundbergv Members are asked to meet at the Y between 6:15 and 6:30 o'clock that evening. A rehearsal for the;v£ndustreyue, show, to be staged iMay i^ancl .5, will be held Wednesday evening at the YMCA. Carter-Pollard Bridal Evervt •'•Of April 21st At-4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Miss Carol Eleanor Pollard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Edward Vaughn. Pollard; '33 Gale road, Swampseott, Mass., will exchange marriage vows with Robert Leggett Carter, son of. Warden and Mrs. Harry L. Carter,. 80 Cliff street, in. the Episcopal Church of, the Hply. Name; Swampseott.' The, Key. Winslow F. Beckwith..will, officiate. Mr!. Pollard will present his daughter: in marriage. • . , . . '. . '. ' The bridal party,.,will, be. composed of Mrs. Neil F. Turner, sister of the prospective -bride, matron, of honor; Mrs. George Rutter, Hartford, a former college, classmate, 1 Mrs. Robert N. Bigelow, Miss Jane Whitmore, Miss Marion Bruce,.Miss; Vivienne PeUetier,.'and l .Mrs. Rich- ; ai-d Ranger, bridesmaids. Andrew J. Pacher, Cincinnati, Ohio, will serve as Mr. .Carter's best man. Guests will be ushered, by _Neil F. Turner, brother-in-law of the bride, Rpbert O. Miller, Miles K. Wolfson, George Flaherty, Robert N. Bige* low, and Edmund Peakes. ... A reception will follow at the Tedesco Country club ( Marblehead Mass. , '. Miss Pollard.was;graduated from Mount Holyoke college, class of 1948, Mr. Carter is an.alumnus,of Irving school, Tarrytown, N. Y., and Cornell. university. He\ served four years with the United States Air Corps in the Bacific theatre. Several showers and parties have been given;in honor of the couple. Warden: and Mrs.. Carter will entertain the bridal parity Friday evening at a .dinner , at General Glover Inn, Marblehead. Saturday Bridal Couple Honored . Miss Virginia Chittenden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Chittenden, Fairview- avenue, and her fiance, Nathan M. Pierporit, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan M. Pierpont, Waterbury, were honored Sunday afternoon at a cocktail party at the-, home of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Casltey, Qhurch street. The couple will be united, in marriage Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in the Naugatuck Con T gr'egational church. Thursday evening, Miss Chittenden and her attendants will be feted at a spinster's dinner by Mrs. Walter H. Norton,. Cliff ',_ street, at. the New Haven Lawn club. A dinner for the bridal-party will be held Friday the Waterbury club by Mr. and Mrs. Pier.T ppn.t; and a bridal, luncheon will be given Saturday by. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Schmuck, at their home, Church street.; : Woman'sClub Budget Quota Is Exceeded The annual- meeting: and tea of the. Naugatuck Woman's club was held yesterday afternoon at the American ,I«gion >; Memorial Home, and reports , of the various committee chairmen were presented to the., club. "- j ' ' ..... Mrs. 'Clarence A. Isbell registrar and,. Mrs. Robert C. Jones, assistant .registrar, . reported that there are 298 jpaid memberships .in the or- gariization,: 22 of whom are new members this .year. _ They praised the rne.mpership committee, under the chairmanship, of Mrs. James E. Moore, for their fine work in this regard. .'.',...'.'". . .? ne ; Ways and Means committee, co-chairmen Mrs. Hans H. Griesbach, Mrs. Thomas ,E. Norton and Mrs. Edgar B. 'Green, reported that the budget quota for the year was $260, and to date the amount raised amounts ot $561.09. The balance over for fche regular treasury was used to procure, a silver tea service for the club, and was inaugurated yesterday. A total of $814 has been received to date in the scholarship fund. In June, 1950, the sum of . $50 was awarded as a scholarship in the commercial- department of the Naugatuck. High, school to Carol Bower of, the graduating class. The balance of $764 was placed with the Naugatuck High school to be used *or an annual prize in the commer- :ial department in the memory of the late- Mrs. Wjlilam J. Noble Jr Mrs. . Clifford A. Teeple, a vice president of the State Federation of Women's clubs, installed Miss Mary Emerson as corresponding secertary; Mrs. ' Frank Madden", treasurer; and Mrs. C. Ronald PeaKer, recording secretary. A musical program was presented by the Juniorettes, and consisted of Elise Peterson and Nancy Foley, vocalists, rendering "The Pretty Creatures" by Storac e ; "My Lover Is a Fisherman," and "Sometime. Marcia . Baxter, violinist presented "Csardas" by V. Monti' and the "Hot Canary," by Paul Nero. Ann Elise Erickson was the accompanist. Mrs. Teeple and Mrs Armstrong Durr poured. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Radwick, 18 Hoadley street,, observed their 10th wedding anniversary on Saturday April 14, andi -celebrated the event iwith'a .v^eekend. in New York city. Mrs. Radwick is the'former Emma Tjraska. ' • ' • " • -,. •• HOPSON BLOCK CHURCHC-'STiUEET Spring re-decorating with glamorous organdie ciirtainsi Permanent crisp finish, 80 inches wide., per pair, wide and narrow luffles. '',';.'? COTTAGE SETS Same permanent finish, generous in size, gaily trimmed in red, gold and multi-colored. 63-inch length ... $3.75 7£;inch length . $4.98 31-inch length ..... .~.-.:.^,,. .'...' $4.98 81-inch widfe ruffle '^^.:.. ....... i...... $5.25 •VK - - ' ''.'•• ;: ' t'"'.-•" • ' .•': '•"••• ' • •-• •''•'"' '''•'". 72-inch framed ruffled ...;. .-;•. ... ..,. •:• $3.98 Cottage sets-red and gold trimmed ........, $4.50 set Cottage sets—multi-colored ....... ^........ $3.50 set Gold Star mothers-:of; the seven state American War .Mothers posts will • be honored guests at a social Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at 400 Orange street, New Haven, ponsored by the past presidents, club of. New Haven chapter. Mrs. Margaret Stauffer, Mrs. Viola Baummer and Mrs. Ann Montanari , ° f Centen "ial lodge, * T e l lows ' were g"ests of Townsend lodge, IOOF, Waterbury, at a tall stories!' meeting last night Bent A Cutaway For That Important Event ™ /S^TSl aoth <* For Hire IMBIMBO?S " U ±" S *- Wtby, Phone None Too Big or Small. We Can Fit Them All. VlfERANS There's a TIME IJMIT ON G. I Training. Register for June 28 : Term. P £SX JUNIOR COLLEGE 24 Central Ave. l> e l. 4_ 8772 . Waterbnry NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, AWUL 17, W51—1'AOE 3' Personals of the local chapter will attend. Any'member of the local group is .invited. . • VENETIAN BLINDS Lobon Vcnctiej: BlmJ M,,,, U I,,,„,,„„ Co-,, 27C 2SO NORTH MAIN il PHONB 3-72_21 GET MUCH BETTER-SERVICE AT LINCOLN STORE OPEN THURSDAY _ NIGHT to 8:45 Built by America's Oldest Washer Manufacturer thWy all-new Blackston* is the finest wringer washer w» have ever seen. 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