Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 23, 1951 · Page 3
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Federation Officer To Tonight Mrs.. Dougl^d;* Ai,JJ6hhito1b, .'first vice president of'the Connecticut State Federation of W o m e n's clubs, will be''thg; guest speajrer it this evening's" meeting 'at. the" Naugatuck Junior,, Woman's club, at American Legion. .Memorial. home, at. .£ o'clock. Mr. ^d Mrs. Johnston will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs., Clifford A. Teeple, Nettleton avenue. Mrs. .Teeple, a. past president of the Naugatuck Woman's club is second vice president of the State Federation. Mrs. Johnston was born in China of missionary'parents,' and educated ' in 'Norwich' scho'qi, Nortltfield Seminary, Wellesley and ; Pratt. She has "been "active^ 'in Woman's .club wo'rk for 2CT years, and besides .being first vicej>resident.of the State Federation, is editor of,the.'Club- wqiiran magazine. '• travel has" been^a. hobby'.in the Johnston family, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnston have taken trips'across the United' States, np' to Alaska, down east to Labr^dbr/'ti'p-fhe'Mis- sissippi; and to Sbfitfi America. "A year ago last 'summer, 'with-'their two" sons'; the" coiipfe cruised for four months around tHe'woria: In 'their talk this'"evening, ; wit n the aid of kodachromes and exhibits, Mr. arid Mrs: Johnston will'retrace their global'journeyings and 'take clubmemtier's to t'h'osc thrilling faraway-places. :: " •• •" party Wednesday evening at church pa-valion at 8 .o'clock. the .. .. The public is invited to attend, and those playing a^e requested to provide their own cards. Sewing Circle ToMeetThurs. Evergreen Sewing Circle, Order of Eastern Star, will meet Thursday afternoon- at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Henry Wilcken, East Waterbury road. A brief meeting will be held and card playing enjoyed. Mrs. Nellie Lawton will be co-hostess. Pond Hill Group Meets Tuesday The Pond' f Hill Hpmeniakirig group will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Montrose, May street, Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock.' Lunch will be served by Mrs./'Montrose at noon. * " '''"•'•' "Landscaping' Your' 1 Home Grounds" will be discussed'by Mrs. Jean' Gagnon' later in t the. day.' Offer Scholarships For Summer Courses Hartford, April .23,^The Beatrice Fox -AueVbac^'- s :Eoand^idn.- -will again provide a? lim'ftea r hTSnibef ;bf scholarships for women who ; wish to Attend institutes *in ; :inter'hatrional affairs this summer.. This announce, merit was made af'-the recent joint meeting of the. AdvjspiiytBoard and- the Coordinating' Committee of the Service Bureau for Women's Organizations in ^Haitford. "Applications' should be- made{tb !1 the Ser-.vlce Btir- • eau before May 15. The Institutes for'which scholarships are available include the Colgate Conferehce"6'n" American Foreign Policy entitled "Strength for the-Free World" to be held July 2126, and the Wellcsley: Summer Institute for SoeiaFFrbgress-concerned this year with^^t -and: ,WeSt^ Crisis and Challenge" -which will take place Julw 7-W^A^the -time of;the announc&nef tlftope; ^as ex- preBsed'-that these scrtolarthffigSwiTi" be--an incentive; to^h'e Hvowieii of Connecticut who are concerned with the present world situation to equip themselves for service to their qrl panizations and their communities The judges of these award* will'be- selected by the Advisory-Beard of' the Service Bureau. Detailed programs of the Institutes and coigpl.e.fe-:information on fhJ >1 'S^^ nS -iS a S' b '? : °* t ^ ncc ' from;- ""j i«..n,y ncio at the home of Mr ^^^fe±^^ rl^l _ H °™* H: Schumacher; _ u| ^ „„,,_. J.««JJJTJ. fc Jl, i| J ford, telephone 2-5151, ext. 646. MISS-ANN-ELSIE ERICKSON, has been awarded a full scholarship io North Park college, Chicago, Illinois. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Erickson, 113 Grove street. —Thibodeau Studio— Young Women's Club To Hold Card Party St. Hedwig's Young Women's club will Sponsor; a spring card Personals The Church Helpers of St. Michael's church are holding a dessert card party this afternoon at the parish house. At 8 otelock this evening-, the annual card party of the Mothers club of St. Francis' church will be held in the school hall. The Central avenue Parent-Teacher association card party, planned for Wednesday evening, has been postponed until May 9. The event wilP benefit the scholarship fund. 'A baked ham dinner - will be served at 6:30 o'clock this eve±iin~ to members of the Naugatuck Fef- lowship. association in--Masonic temple. • • -- - . - Miss Mary Douglas, Wethersfield was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. DeForest Hart, 27 Fuller street. Mrs. Joseph B. Stephens, 360 Hillside avenue, was honored Saturday evening- at. a surprise birthday party held at the home of Mr Personal Social Fraternal Models Selected For 5th Annual Ann Pawelcliak, genera] chair man of "Spring.' in ! the : ;Valley, th fifth annual fashion show: spon sored by the Supervisors' Club o: United States Rubber Compan Footwear plant, announced .toda that models have been' selected from the club's membership t show the 'smart thing to -wear' on Tuesday night, April 30, at the loca Y. M. C. A. The presentation wil show clothes from Breen's Sport Shop. Proceeds of the affair wil go towards the Stella M. McGinn Scholarship Fund. Models chosen include \Elois Fine, Catherine Conhejil, Ann Pawelchak, Ann Tripp, Ros Brenia, Florence Zawyer, Marion Warren, Mahala Patt, 1 Nicblina An derson, Katherine Kirpas,' Josep nine BattaWia, Ann Trangle/Mar garet Brown, Jennie Behdler, Ana stasia Bruguglio, Ann Ezenski, Ann Teta, Jane Nolan,' JennieJRoman ski, Bertha Zgiebenski, Helen Furs Alice Lysakowski,' Katherine To- liarz, Sadie McCarthy-and- Gloria Carusillo. ' As an added attraction this yeai representatives of. the Arthur Mur ray Studio .in New Hayen will pre sent an exhibition, of dancing- ' ^ Veronica Cook, chairman of .the ^ostess' committee will be' assist ed by Elizabeth Van Delft, Concetta Fazzino, Elsie Mattel, Mabel Grant, Priscilla Ivon, France. Collins, Stella Pocoski, Veronica >weeney, Sadie Schwartz, Sallie Shurko, ulia Cross, Katherine Pal- ladmo, • Julia storetz and' Ann iVlorra. The Refreshments committee is in charge of Ann Morra who wil be aided by Sally Hubbell Ceil Sanders, Charlotte Chagnon, Morra -tlaas, Helen Furs, Priscilla Ivon Frances Collins, Stella Pocoski and Veronica Cook. Tickets may be obtained from -Uorothy Peterson,' chairman of the committee, or any member of Supervisors' Club. the her birthday today. Hospital Employe Awarded $25 Bond Thomas Pox is the Waterbury Hospital employe winning a $25 U. S. Savings Bond for a. slogan highlighting the theme in the "Cordiality-Courtesy" campaign being conducted throughout the state by the Connecticut Hospital Association Mr. Fox, as assisting cook, sumit- ted the slogan "Courtesy is Contagious—Let's Start an Epidemic". The bond was donated by the Waterbury Hospital Aid Society. \ Mr. Fox's slogan has been entered in the state contest. The winner will receive a. $25 U. S..Sayings Bond given by the Connecticut "As- sociation'of Hospital' Auxiliaries. On-National-Hospital Day, May 12, a "Cordiality-Courtesy" campaign will be launched in all participating hospitals, and will be highlighted by quizzes, films, and other features. The bond was presented, to . Mr. Fox at a. meeting of Waterbury Hospital department super viso'rs and contestants <ay Mrs. Richard Vogt, president of the Waterbury Hospital Aid Society, Persona? Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rallis, 13 Hotchkiss street, are in New York city today to meet Mrs. Rallis' mother, who is arriving from Franco. Mrs. Rallis is a French war bride. WAK MOTHERS A special meeting of the Amer lean War Mothers will be held tonight at 7:45 o'clock before the social ' to be held at the home oi Mrs: Mae Kraus, 64 Spring-street according to Mrs. Arthur Holm president. HARMLESS MAUES Tiie male mosquito is strictly vegetarian and does not. bite. Braigne|||4di%ia:to the femous beauty family! : Presenting the Treatment. $eries-of ;• M-:\\ •ations hew plastic squeeze bottles You can^trust Dorothy ; Gray to care for your hair as well as your . Here afe JiH foahd- new," pre-tested ways tojbvelier .hai^Each solves a parti^ar ^aiV: ^^^1;-- All are beautifully packaged" in "Dorothy Gray blue" plastic squeeze bottles. 1. Solon Treatment Shampoo* for Dry or Normo/ Hair 2. Salon Treatment Shampoo* for piJy Hair 3. Salon Hair Dressing 4. Salon Hair Rinsa • 5. Salon Treatment Dandruff Lotion (*Fe defol tox-free) • $125 • •• EACH -L '• Plus tax* ';TRUST DOROTHY GRAY FOR HAIR CARE I BREEN'S SPORT SHOP NEARY BLDG. CHURCH ST. MBS ISABEL! K LONG of Middlebury, was elected president of tho Connecticut Kebekah Assembly Saturday, during- the two-day convention of the Assembly, held,'at the.hotel Taft, New Haven. _-. . : —Mathes Photo— Mrs. Long Is Elected Head Of State Assembly The annual session of the .Connecticut Rebekah Assembly was held Friday and Saturday at the ---- ----- j „„„ ^ a u U . U aj a.i. -.me- lotel Taft, New Haven, with Miss Saturday evening at the New Ha 3azel L. Porter, president,, xonduct- ng the sessions. The meeting opened Friday at 12:30'o'clock, with delegates and members of all Rebekah lodges in Connecticut at- ending, .as well as guests. from Vermont, Massachusetts, Maine, Hampshire, Rhode Island, New Jersey and the president -of ARA, Miss Alice Smith, Utah. Mrs. Isabella K. Long, Middle- jury, was elected president of the 3tate Assembly Saturday, morning. Her associate officers include vice- iresident, Mrs. Sue Payne, New London; secretary, ;Mrs.. Addie P. Brooks,, Mystic; .treasurer, Mrs. Ibahanna Voos, Hamden; warden Mrs. Amy E.' Coles, Norwich; -ancj representative 'to the. ARA, Mrs larxiet P. Ward, Mystic. The fol- owing officers were -appointed 'by Mrs. Long, and include: marshal Mrs. Babbette Anderson, Nauga- •uck; conductor,' Mrs.'"Gladys Foser, Ansonia; inside gua,rdian, Mrs. Bernice Cox, Manchester;' outside ruardian, Mrs. Mildred Stafford' Heriden; chaplain, Mrs. Gertrude Fitzgerald, Greenwich; left 'supporter to the president, Mrs. Freida Jensen, Naugatuck; musician, Mrs Carrie L. Page, New Haven;. sqlo- st, Mrs. Betty. Fyler, Windsor; asr sistant conductor, Mrs. Maiy Rowe, Forrestville; assistant marshal, Mrs. Elizabeth Feet, New Milford; right supporter to the warden Mrs. Eaith M. Lane,' West' Hartford. The Rebekah degree was con- BLACKSTONE AUTOMATIC WASHEKS Immediate Delivery Limited Quantity . EASY .TERMS FURNITURE CENTER; 70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE NAUGATUCK, CONN. Open Every Night Until 9 0.A11 Day Mondays • . • Tel.. 2810 a. RUST CRAFT MOTHER'S DAY CARD Cards and Gifts for All Occasions . •, Visit Our Gift Annex in the Balcony SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery Store 213 Church St, Nangatnck fe rred upon a class of candidates ven Junior -High- school. Among those attending from Columbian Rebekah lodge, No. 35, Naugatuck, were Mrs. Myrtle Hotehkiss and Mrs. Marion Jennings, delegates; Mrs. Ann Currier, Mrs. Gertrude Howell, Mrs. Clara Hall, Mrs..Rosalie Traver, Mrs. Lillian Johnson, Mrs. Kate Jones; Mrs. Eleanor Monroe, Mrs. Tonia Anderson, Mrs. Marie Ashford, Mrs. Emma Vagt, Mrs. LorellaNew- man, Major "General. J. William Johnson of the Patriarch Militant and Walter Long, Middlebury. Saturday evening, Mrs. Arlene Booth, Noble grand, and Mrs. Elsa Kram- .petz, vice grand, attended. HenryGarlinski Miss GIncogrono U ni t ed In Mar nage Henry V. Garlinski,; son of Victor Garlihski,. 41" Spring' street,. TlTnion City, took as:,his bride'.Saturday'at 9 o'clock in the : church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Waterbury, Miss ; Rose G. Cincogrono,-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cingogrono, 488 Baldwin street, Waterbury. The pastor, Rev. Edward J. Parrell.-.officiated. Escorted by her father, the bride selected, a white satin gown with mandarin collar, wrist pointed sleeves and train. A headdress of tulle caught her fingertip veil and she carried calla lilies. Lavender net over maize satin was worn by Mrs. Theodore Gwis- dale, matron of honor. With her matching picture hat and mitts she carried a bouquet of yellow stephanotis. Frank Garlinski attended his brother as ibest man, and guests were ushered by Walter ,J. Lisiewski and Albert Feest. Gaetano Giaquinto was organist, and Joseph Bergentino, vocal 'soloist, rendered Panis Angelicas and Av>> Maria. A reception for 200 guests was held in D'Angelo's restaurant 'with the bride's mother receiving in a navy sheer dress, matching accessories and. orchid corsage. The groom's mother assisted in a. red print dress, black accessories' aiid gardenia corsage. • For a wedding trip to Bermuda, Mrs. Garlihski wore a. navy print with matching topper, navy and white accessories and corsage of white stephanotis. The bride is a graduate of Wilby High school, and her husband, a veteran of the United States Army, and graduate' of the Naugatuck High school, is with the Scovill Manufacturing company. Emblem Club To Mark Second Birthday Wed. .. The second anniversary of the Nau<g-atuck Emblem club -will be marked Wednesday evening, April 25, at a meeting of the organization in the Elks rooms, Neary Building. The program will begin at . 6:30 o'clock with a 'pot luck supper. A birthday cake will toe'-one of the highlights of tho evening. ' A. business meeting -will follow the supper. - ( • Mrs. Joseph Sommers is president of the club, and. Mrs. Louid Triano served the organization as president last year. NEWS (CONN.), MOK-PA-Y, APRIL 23* WH-OPAGE * Wellesley Slated Thursday Dinner ANTHONY' MAZAIKA Married Couples Club Planning Dad, Lad Event Anthony Mazaika was elected temporary chairman of the newly- formed Married Couples club of St. Paul's Lutheran church at a meeting lust evening, according.'to the Rev. O : H: Bertram, pastor. Mrs. James Adams was named temporary secretary-treasurer. The first project of the club will be a Father and Son banquet to be held Thursday evening, May 24 at the church hall, with women members of-the club to serve the dinner. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Brian Hummel, Mr. Adams and Joseph Mikul- skis. Mr. Sambo rsk? Wed Saturday Announcement is made of the marriage of Walter Samborski, 59 Rubber avenue, to' Miss Stella Rakowski, which took placse Saturday April 21 in New York. The Rev. Leo Bericot performed the ceremony held at St. Mary R. C., Gate of Heaven church, Ozone Park, Long Island. Attending the couple were Joseph Rakowski and Sophie Rakowski, both of Long Island. , s Mr. and Mrs. Samborski' are residing at 59 Rubber avenue The. . Waterboiry: WeUesley. .club .annual- spfihg^dinner'-.will be held this, year at the parish house of St. .Michael's Episcopal church, Naugatuck, on Thursday, April 26. A turkey dinner will be served by the Church Helpers at 6:30 o'clock. On._ this occasion, the alumnae entertain the husbands, ot all members, as well as guests and parents of all students at Wellesley. Dr. Owen S. Stratton will be the guest speaker, and his subject will be entitled, ."Wellesley Students Watch Government Wheels Turn." Dr. Stratton is associate professor of political science at the college, and has been in charge of the Wellesley political science summer internship program since 1347. For six weeks during the summer vacations, before their senior years, groups of' Wellesley students learn first hand of the workings of the federal government by serving in unpaid jobs arranged for them by Dr. Stratton, in government agencies, offices of congressmen and senators, and in Democratic and Republican headquarters. Anyone interested in hearing- Dr. Stratton's lecture, is cordially invited to join the group at 8:30 o'clock. The committee arranging the event include: co-chairmen Mrs. Harold E. Brown and Miss Emily Sophie Brown, both of Naugatuck; Mrs. Phillip V. Thomson, Mrs. A. Earle Smithies, Mrs. J. Francis Boland, and Mrs. Allan Boardman, all of Waterbury. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Harris Whittemore, Church street, have returned from an extended stay at Fort Myers Beach, Florida. 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