Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 24, 1951 · Page 3
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Trfbe -annual -meeting of tfie>New enArc'hdeacBnry Branch of the ' of - the JEpisco- n Will rinual Meeting ' l*f--:~--*~>' " ' .' ' '•' ' ' ; "-'•• '. '*^' 'be « eoreurrir; church' 'peri- oglcal, club, secretary; .Mrs. .George ^li^i'pk.i'whjte: envelope treasurer; ^Mli^Biruly^tKiller, publications Ofcfdrman and -• Miss ' Emily Sophie Bfiwh, treasurer of auxiliary parish »roly. funds. "Jf^- .v^: M & *g : w c- prebend, /by asiervic| ; 'of • -Holy Communion in t%e»cnurch at 10:30 in the morn- ri,.;T 1 r.anc.e3 Smith,' , business meeting "conducted in the rl«h. house, will 1 concern, itself * eer ve'd (Jills' ch'uFcti at 1 •"o'clock. _,TBe' afternoon speaker. will be Miss-Eleanor H. Little, a member of--the vestry of Christ church, Guilford, and a. representative of the diocesan .department of-Chria- U»i> Social •'.RelaHofiir Miss Ziittle is well-known inJ|i4augB^ick, be- esause of herji; former Connection •#ith the U. : Siv^Rubb.er.5c6mpa'ny, *4d' because «»n10s the iwit of ; Jo^ seph. -H. 'Liittt'i^ul^-liiHsi^t^'atyenue, «5nd is a frequei>tJ/.Yisitci#i ; iin the bjfrough. She is now chairman of the board of directors. ofvNlantic Slite Farm;for.Women, And t an-ac- tlve-.-'WOrlceV.'in "*K^"- A n^v'innrf-^oan^ ^ - Clatioh of :JtJnivl|5slty r Women; In tke r dI6cesan":<l<jf|^rtment,>'she .has been co-'cha^raian^with Rev. Lawson Wlllard of-the sjjicial committee on piaplacedI'eAi^irs.J : j&-?:; %>••'•'• . -: •••• B. P. H. B. Fowler of Milford rman of .the nominating com•Which will introduce a slate . tor- the Archdea- ''' . fM.embers of the Naugatuck Your ^ctaerfs; "Missionary Society were •pertained recently by the Young Mjomen's Missionary Society of the lion Lutheran church, Waterbury, ftiithe church. . ' ^•M^f^.iind". Ml-'s.- Raynion'd Church- lll^JjenLstree't, mark their anniver- |&y;-'tipday/ ' * :.: '. , MBS. DOUGLAS A. JOHNSTON, first vice president of the Connecticut State Federation of Women's clubs, was the- guest speaker at last evening's meeting of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club. Mr. and Mrs. .Johnston discussed their world travels and showed slides and exhibits. —Murray Studio— Harriet Fischer Is Shower Guest Miss Harriet Fischer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. - William' Fischer South Main street, Beacon Falls was the guest of honor Friday at the home of Miss Joan Christinat Main" streel; Beacon Falls. Miss Fischer will exchange marriage vows on May 13: with Andrew Uhel- sky, Seymour, in St. Peter and Paul Catholic church, Seymour. . Co-hostesses at the shower were Miss' Joan Fischer, Mrs. Russell Brown and Miss Christinat. Among those attending were Mrs. Anna Uhelsky, the Misses Ann, Mary and Betty Uhelsky, Mrs. Katherine Uhelsky, all of Seymour; Mrs. Alice Gumestinski ,Mrs. Josephine Pallo covitch, Mrs. Ann Wyshner, Mrs Ann Mahan, Mrs. Rose Wiktorsk: of Naugatuck, Miss Joan Gogrgin Mrs. Mary Coughlin, Miss ..Joan Byron of Waterbury, Mrs. Mar sjaret Ehelsky, Bridgeport, Mrs Kennethm Hawks, Ansonia, Mi's Lorraine Uhelsky, Shelton, Mrs. Ida Fischer, Miss,Evelyn Fischer, Mrs Agnes Wood; Mrs. Ann Rebinsky Mrs. - Jane McLaren, Mrs. Blanche LaBelle, Mrs. •Dolores Gahderillas Mrs. Jeanette.Lee and Mrs. Shirley Lee.' • ' . , . ...7 Sending gifts but' unable .-to attend .were Mrs. Ann Coughlin, Mrs Mary Sulima, Mrs. Gertrude . Byron, Mrs. Patrick Gqggin,.Mrs. Hilda . Wersig, Mrs. Mary Andrews, Mrs. Hazel Le e -and Mrs:'Genevi'eve McDonald. •'•••.' > •' - tsXowr-; yourigr daughter- will look -Wc%t^.''mtJe angel in this dainty puWed-fcleevs dres's^that. is'cut on slmple-to-sew princess lines. Pattern auo includes a- cute bonnet and matching panties.'--.- ' ^Barbara Bell, sew-rite perforated pAttern No.'1945 is 'designed' for «te«a. .3; 4,- S, : ,6, s T- aiid S 8 } years. Size fedjess, requires "i : i-8' yards of 35- WWV'fabric;'bonnet, 7-8 yard; pan- $£s.:j5-8 yftrdv; ' •- ( .". • ' ^Fptthis patterin, send 25o plus 5c W first-class mailing, in coins, your T»e, address,' pattern number and i wante.a.tb Bai:bara:BeH, Nauga^_._*=:.News. P. p. Box 99, Station £,-New York, 19. N. Y., Gathqlic Council Meeting Tonight The Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women will meet at 8 o'clock this evening in St. Francis' schoo hall. A representative of- the Federal Bureau" of Investigation wil be .j'the guest speaker. The nominating committee consists' of: -Mrs." Clarence Green chairman; Mrs. George W. 'Carroll Mrs. William M. OTDonnell am Mrs. M. Francis Feeley. The nominating committee wil present a slate of officers, for election at the May meeting of the Council. Refreshments will be served following the business meeting, at which Miss Mary Claire Sullivan, first vice-president, wil preside. Aid Society Dinner Thurs. The Ladies' Aid society of'the tmmanuel Lutheran church will hold'a roast pork and roast beef dinner Thursday evening, with servings from 5 until 8 o'clock in the parish hall. The Rev. Theodore A. Schrader, pastor of the church, also has announced that Serge Neprash is in charge of the reservations for the annual dinner and meeting of the Naugatuck Council of Churches, planned April 30 in St. Michael's parish house. .The, dinner will be held at 6:30 o'clock, and the annual meeting at 5:30 o'clock. StTS LATER THAN ;ib^OU THINK I IT*S TIME TO CALL FOR v /^INSURED SUMMER STORAGE Fire Proof - Dust - Moth Free! GUARANTEED SATISFACTION ./Is Yours With Every Garment .^LEANED & REPAIRED IEVMAN S CLEANERS—Est. 1909 T. —DIAL 2022 vZti^SSI:^ Personal 6? Social And We Wish You All A Very 'Happy Birthday" •••-,.. - 'Today Mrs. Ralph Lyon, 57 Quinn street. Edward Migone, 80 Damson lane. Ralph Hanson,. 138 Cliff street. Mary Jane Magnanimo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Mangnani- mo, 192 Meadow street, celebrates her ninth birthday. Wednesday, April 25 Nancy Jean Spann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Spann, 73, Fern street, marks her seventh 'birthday. Miss Margretta Deegan, 46 Pleas- Evon Open House Sunday ;. Mr. 'and Mrs Arthur Evon marked the oceasion""6f'their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday , with an open house celebration- at tt»e home of their s'on and daughter—»= .™x. 6 . ct «, ^Boga.,,, ,„ JTJBBB- in - ] aw, Mr. and Mrs.'-Robert W. ant avenue, and a student at the Evon, 179- Quinn street- Over 50 university of Connecticut, Water- ~"""*~ —'— ! "— J ' bury extension branch. Thursday, April 26 Jacob. Weiss, 196 Lewis street. •George .Clark, 19 Hopkins street, Union City. Friday, April 27 Sergeant Robert E. Lind, Medical company, 3rd BN, 35th Inf. Regt. APO 25, care of Postmaster, San Francisco, California. Mrs. .Howard Matchett, 111 Gorman street. Mrs. George Angrave, 40 General Dalton drive. . ,"~ Carl E. Anderson, Hillside avenue. Saturday, April 28 Frank Chiavetta, 336 North Hoadley street. ;' George Currier, 285 No. Main celebrates his 80th birthday' Sunday, April 29 _Mrs., , Floyd. Wooster, Wooster street. ' Monday, April 30 Richard Spearrin, 19 Deering lane. . ' ' . .. V Everett DohovaV; Hill street! Brida! Shower In Honor Of Miss Niewinski Mrs. Frank Niewinski, Miss Phyliss Kloc -Miss Alfreda Rachuba Miss Doris Dick and Mrs. Janet Jones were.hostess.es at a bridal shower held last Wednesday at the Veteran of ..Foreign Wars home .Rubber avenue, in honor of Miss Florence Niewinski, prospective of Walter A. Rachuba, Ansonia. Among the guests present were Mrs. Stella.: Huzi of 'Ansonia, Mrs 1 Olga- Posypanko, .-Mrs.- Josephine Pernal. Mrs.- Rachuba. Mrs. •' Mary Ritchee. Mrs. Henrietta Fritz, Mrs John Dobach. Miss Ceil Regan Mrs.^ Addie LeVasseur, Mrs Lee ?apatka,: Mra.,,Hofarogo of' Ansonia, Mrs. Alice Ericketto • and ^dwina^ Miss Jeanne Normand Miss-Freda. .Rachuba of Ansonia, Mrs.'! -ffirjadshaw. . Miss . Gladys Broderick, Miss Cathy Kloc. Miss Lorraine :'• ^Phillips, Mrs. ' . George .Fonsh , Miss Bobbie O'Donnell Mrs. Josie Herb, Mrs. Borsos, Miss Mary, Lawley, Mrs.' Veronica Tru- siewicz, -Mrs. .Kay Slason, Mrs Gladys Dick, .Mrs., .R ose Amato Mrs. John Zakowski, Mrs. Lena M a r^',-? rrS - Jackie Matchett Mrs, Walter Boncal, Mrs. R yan Mrs. B. Oldakowski, Mrs Gert £napik, Mrs. Mary Sigetti, Mrs P Torrice, Mifs Anne ^Nixon, Mrs' Betty- -Brumrnett, Mrs Hied-' padamo of Waterbury. Mrs. J Korpalski. of Ansonia, Mrs fnvl ' Flemmg, Mrs. Grace Pettit, Mrs U Kinnock, Miss Betty Canaper^ Mrs. Dudzaeski of Ansonia, Mrs •Helen, Mortowy of Ansonia, Miss Bunny Stumpo, Miss Murlyn Darni -Mrs. P,atchitis of Ansonia Mrs. Sophie Komacki, Mrs. Stephen WasuOa, Miss -Mable Cagno, Mrs ^»t?* U Sr.° f Ansonia . Miss Rose Sigetti, Miss Mary Sigetti, Miss Elizabeth ISigetti, Miss Peggy Ploche,: Mrs. .Lucy Cagno, MrT Betty Janhowski, Mrs. Edith Stakum and Mrs. Mary Rimkus. Unable to attend .but sending ft? were. Mrs. Jarnis of Ansonia Mrs. Kay McCann, Mrs. Wajlonis of Ansonia, Mrs. June Adao, Mrs Dot Bazzano. Mrs. .Myrtle Hotchkiss^Mrs. Stanley Slekys, Mr s ; W Civilichosky, of Ansonia, Mrs' ' 1 ? 1 ? 1 MiSB Helen Wolski of Ansonia, Mrs. Mary Rose M™ S ' I?' , Mrs ' ' Joe Jackson! Mrs. Mable .Wiiliams, Mrs. Dot Wisneski. Mrs. Irene Leitton of Ansomu. Mrs. Nora Delate of Waterbury, Mrs. Leynard Berg-er 1 * **"n,kl. -Mrs. D^ • Hel6n D wmod y , Mrs. Aldona Komacki, Mrs Vin cent Sosnowski. Mrs. Mary CagTio M.SS Rpsemarie Mangini, Mrs Helen Tarnowski, Mrs. FWry O f 8aWna Mrs. Bruno Bend ' T al Gabani ' and Miss Delia 'Komaoki. . ^BLACKSTONE AUTOMATIC WASHERS •. . V: Immediate Den very Limited Quantity EASY TERMS FURNITURE CENTER 70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE NAUGATDCK, CONN. Open Every Night Until 9 0 All Day Mondays Tel. 2810 Bent A Cutaway For That Important Event Other Formal Clothes For Hire IMBIMBO'S 12 Union St., i^tby, Phone 3-8896 Kone Too Big or SnuUL We Can Fit Them All. VENETIAN BLINDS Lcbon Venetian Blind Manu-f&cfurmg Corp i;; :ac NORTH MAIN ST. ' PHONE 3-7221 guests were in •attendance; and 'included. Mr. and Mrs. J; Schaff, Mr. and Mrs'. P. A." Lane, Mr. and-Mrs. Edward Melbourner VJr^vMif; 4 and •Mrs. Stephen . Yezik,-:MrA-and Mrs.' Edward IIonyotski,^Mi.i;and Mrs. T: K, Weaving, Mrt. and' Mrs. r K. Merle Hvde, Mr. and..Mrs. A,, Lundin, Mrs. Lottie Williams, Mr and Mrs. Norman Gibbs, Mr: and Mrs Earl LaValle, Mr and Mrs. Frank Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sulkosky, Mr. and Mrs. Philip -Rim- kowski, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mcr- Kee, .and Mrs Dehlia Casey. s s .And also Mrs Earl Eyon,''SE r Miss Abbie Reil'y J,Irs Owen Owens, Mr and Mrs Frank, Hayden, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon JFoulkrod^ Miss Sandra Yezik and Miss:Anne Yezik, and the host and hostess and honored .guests. . .Among the children present;, were Robert Evon, Jr Albert Hyde, Kendrick Hyde, Arthur Hyde, Nancy Gibbs Elainp Lundm, Beryl Susan Lundin, Ann Schaeffer, Evon, and Ear] Evon i: Jr. „ >Telegram congnatulationa f and phone calls were received from^Mr. and Mrs. Evon s two sons, Sergeant First Class Leon Evon : and Staff Sergeant Earl Evon, both stationed at Camp Pickett, Va, with the National Guard -f Junior Club Hears World Cruise Talk Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. -Johnston, Ne'wington, were guest speakers last night at a meeting-of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club at the American Legjon ^Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street, felling of their four months' cruise 'around the world. ;; Last "year the Johnstojjs cruised .around the world with their two sons. Mrs Johnston is first vice- president of the State" Federation of Women's clubs and is editor of 'The Connecticut Clubwoman . The Johnstons illustrated their •talk with colored slides. ;•' Miss Barbara Paul, a supervisor at the American school for the week with her patents, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Paul, Walnut street China Missionary Mrs Sterling Whitner, a Chi missionary,; iwill lecture on China and show .slides depicting'life in that country at a, meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Naugatuck Methodist church on Monday evening, April 30 The meeting will - be held at the home of Miss Mildred Brown, 6 Walnut terrace. The John Wesley class will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs Myron Noble, Beacon Valley road, oh Saturday,' May 5, it has been announced by the. Rev Matthew H. Gates, minister Plans will be discussed -for an outdoor church service to be herd on June 17 A picnic will also be held at this time. Agnes L Prokop Names Attendants i Miss Agnes Lucy Prokop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Prokop, Prokop road, Oxford, has selected her attendants . for her marriage to -Joseph Belinsky, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Belinsky, New Haven road. The couple will be married June 2 in St. Thomas .church, Oxford. Mrs. S.tacia Korowotny, sister of the bride; will be matron of honor; and Miss Ivonne Krohelski, a cousin and Miss Diane Teveliet, bridesmaids. Birthday Party IsHeldOnTues. Mrs E Forrest Easterbrookjs was hostess last Tuesday evening at a .surprise .party at her home in Beacon Manor, Beacon Valley road, for Miss Sophie Ploch,- Southbury, who was celebrating her 21st birthday. Members of h'er department at the Lewis Engineering company presented her with many gifts and a beautifully decorated birthday cake Dancing -was enjoyed as well as games, and- Mrs. Mildred Nelson was the winner "of the prize. Among those attending , were Miss Marie Kryzkowsk-f, Miss Theresa DeCarlo, Mrs Eda "Klampf," Mrs. William Simmons, Mrs Thomas Regan, Mrs. Martin Lmsky, Mrs. Fred Zana- vich Mrs, Nelson, thfe hostess and guest of honor. .; Thurs., Fri. Rummage Sale The two-day raminage' gale " of the Ladies' Aid society 'of the Salem Lutheran church, will bi held at the church' hall beginning on Thursday evening, from 7 until 9 o'clock The sale will continue the following day, Friday morning, from 9 until 11' o'clock. Mrs Carl Thompson is general chairman, and . persons having donations are ,asked to, bring them to the church hall on ^Wednesday, Mr. and-Mrs.-Pat Mastropietro, 35 Goodyear, avenue, celebrated TTL i. , ^^— vjwwu^coi, ayeiiue, cejeorated h ' ' S spendln S tne ' r "th wedding, 'anniversary nor- -no > Q-nf r. TI«-~ — »••*• i_ •. - ~ _ . .. J . Monday. Mrs. Mastropietro is the former Carmel Triano. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUJESDAY, APRIL 24, 1951—PAGE 3 SUCCULENT PORK ROAST is center of an appealing menu. By GAYNOK MADDOX For -company'' dinner select a succulent pork roast. Fresh pork is in good supply, and a roast, beautifully browned, makes a wonderful gala dish. How. does this menu appeal to you? Sparkling cranberry juice or well chilled tomato juice comes first. Wi'th the roast serve baked sweet potatoes, Frenched green beans .or asparagus with butter brown slivered almonds, then a grapefruit and orange salad. For dessert, serve a frosted white cake ^yith a delicately timed coconut. - . Beth Bailey McLean, director of Home Economics, Swift & Co. planned the menu and gives these instructions for roasting the pork. For ease in car,ving the rib 01 loin roast of pork, have tha meat dealer saw the backbone free from the ribs. In self .service counters this will be done before the meat is wrapped. The backbone is left in place to act as ,a rack to hold the meat off the pan during- the Booking, but is removed before the meat is brought to the table for carving. Place the roast, fat side up and resting -on the sawed-off back- hone, in a low roasting pan in a ^52 peg. . F. oven. For a well browned, tempting coating on the roast, spread a mixture 'of- brown sugair, mustard anil Vinegar on the rat. This will molt and run down over the- surface and' produce a beautifully browned appearance at the end of She cooking time. Plan to roast'the meat 35 to 4E minutes per pound or until a roast meat- thermometer, inserted in the thickest portion. of the meat, re gisters 185 Deg.' F.,. indicating that • the meat Is thorough!* cooked. For V the special festive touch garnish' with Spiced peara. James Pixley, North. Main street Union City, celebrated his birthday Monday. • AT RAPHAELS SALE 20% OFF On All Coals And Suits FOR LIMITED TIME FOR -' . * - i", . A / -• LIMITED TIME ONLY 10 OFF ON NYLON SEAMLESS 2 PAIRS $1.50 ....ALL DRESSES SIZES 9 TO 52 IN COTTONS and PRINTS, DRESSED and TAILORED ....LADIES BLOUSES .... HOUSE CO ATS COTTONS AND SBLKS ....LADIES SKIRTS . CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED RAPHAEL'S INC. 108-110 CHURCH STREET Literature Group Plans Final Meet. The final meeting for the season of the Literature and Dramatic Art department of the Naugatuck Woman's club will be held Thursday evening, April 26, at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Winfield E. Witherwax, 29 Rockwell avenue. The meeting: will be the annual party of the department. Mrs. E. Leonard Borg will be refreshment hostess. The nominating committee will give their report at this time. Brownies Name Susan Gagnon Susan Gagnon was elected president of Brownie Troop, No. 19, at a meeting yesterday afternoon. Others named are: Rosalind.Jones, vice-president; J:»iice Wood, secretary; Virginia Beardsley, treasurer. Mrs. Jean M. Gagnon is troop leader. Members are planning an all-day hike Saturday, weather permitting.' Those attending are. requested to furnish, box lunches. WSCSToMeet At the next meeting of tho- Women's Society of Christian Service planned Wednesday evening at the Methodist church hall, the guest speaker will be Mm. Wlllard Uphouse of West leaven. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. William. Booth, Mrs. Raymond Paul, Mrs. William Boyd and Mrs. Arthur Taylor.- ;. '0 5. Personals Mrs. Manuel Sousa, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sousa and^ daughter Marie, Miss Arlene Sousa and Miss Peggy Hackett spent the "past weekend visiting Private John Sousa, stationed at Fort Devens, Mass. Private Sousa expects to be transferred to Fort Mead, Md. ; Celebrating wedding anniversaries Monday' were: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thurston, WaUingtord. She is the former. Regis Dowling. Mr. <uid Mrs. Roy Chestone, Oakland, Lt. and Mrs. Ray O. Sovia, the former Eleanor Kennedy.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis-v Johnson, the former Dorothy Linskey; Mr. and Mrs. William Moulthrop, Jr., nee Barbara Novocinski; Mr.-;and,'Mrs, Donald V. Olson; Mr. and'Mrs: Alfred W Burch, of Bridgewater; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Belanger, 'the former PhylissBehlman; and .Mr, and Mi's Walter Norwash, their sixth anniversary. ..,.-.-. MOTHER W CARD Cards and GlftH for All Occasions Visit Our Gift Annex In the Balcony SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery Store 213 Church St., Naugatuck/. .NORMAN BEAUTY SALON. for you...thn or you... tnts season Spy*'permanent ana a new naif style •*• How long has it been since you had a really new hair style... since you were suro your hair did justice to your best outfits? Today's fashions call for toft wave*... the kind you get with the marvelously soft Fashion Wave Permanent. At oo extra charge, select a hair style approved by Irene, the designer for the stars. Be the first in your crowd- make an appointment today! 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