Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 28, 1951 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, April 28, 1951
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Ki~ ^-»u SOCIETY St. Mary's Church Scene Of Altieri - leVasseur Nuptials Pink and white gladioli banked the altar of St Mary's church, Union City, at 9 o'clock this morning for the marriage of Miss Lorraine Alice LeVasseur, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. LeVasseur, 20 Locust street, Union City,'and- John Michael Altieri,'son of: Mrs. Rose Stromwell, Plank road, Prospect," and the late John Michael Altierh The pastor of the. church, the Rev. Thomas M... Griffin; performed the ceremony. ' i Miss Joyce Anne Kanehl, ;-v6cal n i • k. i soloist, offered on This Day. o. BaTrett-Noragong Nuptials Are Set At Four O'Clock At' 4 o'clock', -this afternoon in the Naugatuck Congregational church, the Rev Willaid B Soper minister, will- read the marnage service which will unite Miss Betty Lou Norag.cmg, daughter of Mr and Mrs-.William O Noragong, 31 South Main street and LeRoy James Barrett,: 15 Walnut street son of Mr. and; Mrs.; Chester Bar rett, Towners, .New: York'. -Mr Noragong -will escort his daughter for the double ring ceremony. The music will include I Lov You : »Truly 7 andi'O Perfect Love and assorted~flowers will decorat the church; The bride 'has selected- Chantillj Beautiful Mother, Ave Panis Angelicus Mrs Cafaseua presided at the organ. Escorted down the aisle by Tier father for the double ring marriage, the bride uas gowned in white skinner satin having Peter Fan collar and cap sleeves accented with tiny se >d pearls, and full satin A stitm open crown head- trimmed with tiriy - seed pearls caught her fingertip length veil and sbe carried a prayerbook ^marked with a white orchid'"and stephanotis. Miss. Ann -Nixon, :nmid of-'.honor, •ore a pink taffeta .costume;with mitts. piece MRS. RAYMOND WAODOWICZ, prior to her marriage to Mr. Wajdowicz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wajdowlczf Derby, was Ann A.V BiermVcki, daughter of Mrs. Stella. Biernacki,108 Fairview avenue. The R»y. JohnrKoipn performed Iheir double ring ceremony at St. Hedwijfs churcjii on Saturday, April 14. Fol- Ibwlng • a dinner. *iid'rfecc|>tlori at'Falcon hall,'Union City,'the couple went on a wedding trip to Miami, and Gpba.—Cheplick Studio) ' . • weethcart nccklin , puffed sleeves and pe-Hi"! Clusters of Bide rpse- uds held h n r veil, and she carried cascadp bouquet of pink and hite .spring ilowers; Attending Mr Altieri was Ari- hony Vespoli, Waterbury ^Guests rom Water-bury, Meriden, Danbury nd Terryville attending the wed- ing were ushered by Bernard t«e- as's'eur, Union Oily, brother of the ride, and Daniel Altiei i, %Vater- ury, cousin of the bridegroom A reception followed i'or 1QO at he Millvillo Library. Mr<i Le\ as-' eur received nor daughter's guests vearing a navy blue dress, similar blored accessories and corsage of /ellow .roses., . Mrs. Stromwell as- iste'd in a violet dross, navy acces- ories' and violet corsage. On a motor trip tp ; Miami Beach, Tla., the bi iclc choose a blue-grey uit, navy hat accented withered, 'ed accessories and white orchid. ?hey will reside at 20 Locust street, Union City, following their return. Mrs. Altieri is a.graduate of the Naugatuck High school,' and is em- >loyed at the Naugatuck National Bank. Mr. Altieri, a. graduate of ".eavenworth High school, Waterbury, is a veteran of three years of service in the United States Mavy. Since his discharge in April, 1950, he has been employed at the Scovill Manufacturing company. He has been recalled to ac- :ive duty, and will report May 23 to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Neiv York. , of Watcrbnry, whose engagement <o^John J. Montaimrl; United States Navy, has been announced. Their i» planned for'June.- • "--• ' \ '.' " '*'; —Arthur Studio— 3 GOOD REASONS FOR SAVING MONEY ."I,;' " Ate "you .p'repa'ring for your chil- *X^,V drea'sJfuture? Saving regularly helps. Betty J.Dionhe, John Montanari Plan June Bridal Mrs. Nicholas Cristelio, 'North Main street, Waterbury, makes known .the engagement and .forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Miss Betty-Jean Dionrie, to John James Mohta'nari,' United., States Navy, son of Mr-, and.Mrs..Ferdi- nand Montanari, Burritt place. A .graduate oi'- the Naugatuck High schooKarid Admiral' Billard academy,- Seaman Apprentice Montanari is stationed'at Boston, Mass Miss Dionne is a graduate of Wilby Hig-h seho'ol and is' employed in- the. Timekeeping department of the U. S.:. Rubber company,-Central' office. . Their • wedding will •• take place Saturday, June, 2, in St. ^Thomas church, Waterbuiy, at 9 o'clock. Many Attend : Annual Spring Wellesley Dinner The summer internship for stu dents at Wellesley college was die cussed -Thursday evening by Dr Qjven, Strattoh, professor of politi cal science . at the institution,'- ai the annual spring dinner of ~thc Waterbury Wellesley College clut held Thursday evening in St.' Mi chael's parish house. Preceding his talk, a turkey din ner was" served, by-the Aid Societj members. -Mrs. Harold W. Brown and Miss Emily Sophie Brown served as co-chairmen of the event Among those present were Har old W. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam G. Boies, Mr. and Mrs. NbrriE Follett, Mr; - and Mrs. Harold' E Chitterideh; -Mrs. Brown and Brown,- aJl; of Naiigatuck; Mr. anc Mrs; John - F. : Dciran, Torririgtbn Captain ..and 'Mrs.,; John 'C. Moon and Miss Mary Brown, Washing ton, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Johri : C Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. .Nathan" M J'ierpont, Mr. and . . Mrs. Walter Van Tassel, ; Mr.'.and Mrs. Harold W. Braman, Mr. and Mrs. Philij V. R. Thomson, ' Mr." , and- Mrs Bernard Sylvii, Mr. and-Mrs. ( Ray moncl Uayicaii, Mr. andriMrs.r'Aller H^' Boardman," Mr.' and' -Mrs.' D"OW ling ,A. .R^inbrecKt, -Mr.- and Mrs A, Earle Smithies, Mr. and Mrs. J Francis ^'Eoland, Mr. and Mrs Frank . W. 'Gray, •• Mr, and Mrs Badger Perrin, Mr. and Mrs. John W. • Grieve; Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Jones;" Mr. and Mrs. Charles V Wynne and Miss . Isabella McKer racher;-all of Waterbury and Mid dlebury.' Cisto- Pedenski Bridal Monday Monday morning at«9 o'clock in St. Joseph's church, Ansonia, Miss Mary Pedenski, ^161 - North Main street, Ansonia, '"'daughter" of?: the late Mr. and Mrs. Wasil Pedenski will become the'-bri3e of Paul Vin cent Cisto,. son of Mrs, Antoinette Cisto. Colony road, Seymour, an the late Salvatore Cisto. The prospective bride ias been honored at " several pre-nuptial showers recently; including a mis cellaneous shojfer at the home o Mrs. Terry Cisto, Cbjkmy road Seymour; a greenback sho:wer a the home, of Mr.s. Wanda/Bashura Chamberlain road, 'Seymour and personal, shower at the homa o Mrs. William Maxwell, Granite ter race, Ansonia. ooped 1 1 and designed -with a lace bodice over white satfe with a peplum, cap sleeves, man,daim neckline, long white satm gaunt lets, and hooped skirt A headpieci of orange blossoms will hold he fingertip ] veil and she will carry an arrangements of carnations ahr calia lilies. Miss Luella Jane Noragong, sis ter of the bride, will serve as inaic of honor. 'Her gown will be o white: organdie with a bow desigi over ;baby blue taffeta and having a scalloped neckline. With he blue net headpiece and orang blossoms, she will carry an old fashioned 'bouquet of roses, earns lions and sweetpeas. Clarence Smith, Towners, will b Mr. Barrett's best man, and usher ing guests to their seats will b Charles Piotrowski and J o h: David Barker. , A reception for approximately S guests will be held at the home o the .bride's:.; parents, with Mrb Noragong receiving in a taup d-ress and navy accessories. For a wedding trip • to an un announced destination, the proa pective bride will wear a grey an white check 'suit, red'= aceessorie and white topper with corsage o red roses. They will preside at 3 Spring .street,. Union -City, follow ing ttieir return. wilight Bowling .eague Banquet s Held Recently The YMCA 'Twilight 5 Bowling League held its annual banquet re- ently at the White 'Fence Inn, Thomaston. Mary CSodlosky was amed chairman of the league for he coming year. Her committee will be composed of Marie Long, lelen Barlow, and Evelyn Klambt. tfrs. Thorn Corby, Waterbury, and Tritz Klambt were invited guests. Prizes were, awarded as follows: 'all season, high average, 94, Jlanche Sundberg; high'single, 128, Emily Hubble; high, three, 334, Idith Dullard; high team, Captain Ann Fredsall, E. Kohn, Lillian^Dry ind Blanche Sundberg. Winter season, high average, 96, Ann Fredsall; high single, 140, Peg StahV high three, 324, Kay Kisielewski; high team, Captain Ann Fredsall (Vrina Dowling, Helen Barlow ark Mary Fitzgerald. Attending the, banque't. were Leona Mankowich, Helen McDonough Elsie Kohn, Jean Zukowski Blannhe Sundberg, Evelyn Klambt Madeline Caine, Agnes Johnson Emily Hubbell, Hannah Kiernan Anna Anderson, Iva Monahan, Lil lian Dry, Lillian Tourangeau, Vio let Scullin, Margaret Scully, Mari Long. Peg Stahl, Elizabeth Kornin sky, Mary Sodlosky, Lucille Cur tin, Margaret Petroski, Dorothy Magee, Kay Kisielewski, Marshs Moruska, Gerry Mitchel, Anna Dowling, Helen Barlow, Mary Fitz gerald and Ann Fredsall. Violet Scullin was chairman o the arrangements, assisted by L. ona Mankowich, Agnes Johnson and Blanche Sundberg, NABGATtTCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, APR. 28, 1951—PAGE 3 MRS. WILLIAM L. EATON Barbara Mitchell Is Wed To Wm. Eaton At 11 - A wedding gown of satin and French Chantilly;lace was worn By Miss Barbara Louise Mitchell,, daughter ;.of Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Mitchell, 32 South Circle, Beacon Falls, for her marriage to William Lintzner Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs, William A. Eaton, 60 Vine street, -\nsonia, this mprning.. ,Tbe double ring ceremony in St. Michael's church, Beacon Falls, at. 11 o'clock," The bride, who .entered the church on the arm of herifather, was attired in a gown designed with a lace bodice'* pver satin, wrist-pointed sleeves and- double lace peplunx Double lace panel insertions terminated in a cathedral train 'and her -handrolled: •French- illusion , veil ^ was caught to a heart shaped Juliette cap em- roidered with double rows of. pearls. Her bouquet -was of /white roses, s t e p ha not i s '-and-- fleur d'amour. . i The bride's sister; Miss 1 .-Boris Mitchell, was maid of honor; -aiid" Mrs, John Sharkey, the' former Ann Fitzpatrick of Beacon Falls, was bridesmaid. John Sharkey was> Mr. Eaton's best man; and guests were ushered by Leonard :Mltchell and Robert. Lazzari,. Ansonia.' Mixed white flowers and palms banked the church altar.' Miss Livia Sabia was organisfand Richard Zollo, vocal soloist, offered Ave Marie and Mother'at-'Thy Feet Is Kneeling. The maid of honor was' gowned in frosted orchid nylon marquisette, fashioned in a" strapless -design 'and matching- jacket, crushed -.girdle and full skirt Her crushed nylon net bonnet was accented with satin' and matching; forget-me-nots, "and she carried a' cascade arrangement of yellow glamelias and passion flowers. The bridesmaid's' gown was similarity designed, in a'nile green colour,_and her cascade"Bouquet was of red'glamelias and passion flowers." . > •'..''„ Mrs:-Mitchell'attended ner daughter's wedding in-a navy-blue print'fair. dress; blue and white accessories and corsage of white roses. The bridegroom's mother selected B navy dress, pink accessories and pink gardenias. A" reception was held for 100 guests, .Attending from Florida, New York, Bridgeport, Fairfield, West Haven, Ansonia. Seymour, Waterbury and Naugatuck, in Sullivan's Inn. Traveling, the bride chose a navy blue suit, mauve coat and blue and white "accessories,. Upon returning 'from a wedding trip to Washington, D. C. and Virginia, Mr. and Mrs: EatonViwill reside'at 51 Bank 'street, Ansonia. Mrs.' Eaton is a graduate of the Naugatuck High school, class of 1947. Mr. Eaton, a graduate of Pine Manuel Training. school, Ansonia, class of 1946, is a- veteran of the United States Navy, and associated with the Southern New England Telephone company. The fifth annual fashion: show of the Supervisors' club of the U. .S. Rubber company, entitled,. t'Spring in the Valley," will be presented Monday evening at the Naugatuck ,YMCA. The event will benefit the Stella M. McCann Scholarship Fund :Miss Ann Pawelchak is genera chairman. Patricia Holloway Morning Bride Of Edward R, Betkoski A double ring ceremony at 10 o'clock this morning in St. Michael's church, Beacon Falls, .united in marriage Miss Patricia Ann Holloway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Holloway, 3 Church street, Beacon Falls and Edward Robert Betkoski, son of John Betkoski, Beth, any road. Beacon Falls. Mr. Holloway presented his daughter in marriage and the pastor, Key. Jerome T, Cooke, officiated. For her marriage, the bride wore a princess style gown o£ ice blue satin having illusion neckline outlined with seed pearls and sequins, fitted bodice with long sleeves pointed at the wrists and a full train. From her' crown of sequins and seed pearls was arranged an ice blue nylon fingertip veil, and she carried a white orchid marker on a prayerbook. Richard Zollo, vocal soloist, offered Ave Marie and traditional nuptial music was presented by Miss Livia Sabia, organist. Snapdragons and palms were used on the church altar. i The bride's .sister,:: Mrs, Ellard XTelson, attended, her as matron of tionor; and Miss Mary Skridulis was bridesmaid. Charles Betkoski was his .brother's best man, and guests were ushered by Leo Holloway, Jr., brother of the,bride. Pink marquisette fashioned with fitt'ed^bodice, cap sleeves, and high neckline was worn by the honor attendant. With. her small picture lat of pink nylon net sprinkled with tiny flowers, she wore match- ng mitts and carried pink roses vith blue sweetpeas and pink ribbon. The bridesmaid was attired n an orchid marquisette gown, designed similar to the matron of honor's, with matching mitts. Her picture hat was of orchid nylon net, and she carried yellow roses with orchid sweetpeas and orchid rib- Don. ;, / Mrs. HolloSway attended wearing navy blue lace and matching hat of nylon tulle with white accessories. The bridegroom's sister wore a navy blue suit and pink accessories. Guests numbering 250 attending from:Waterbury, Nauga- iuck,. Seymour, New Britain, New York, New Haven and Ansonia, were present at the reception that followed at the Beacon Falls Recreation club. A brown sharkskin suit, similar colored hat and red accessories were selected by the bride for travel, on a wedding trip to Miami, Fia. Following their return, Mr. and Mrs, Betkoski will reside in their new hoine on Blackberry Hill, Beacon Falls.. Both Mr. and Mrs. Betkoski are graduates of the Naugatuck High school, and the bridegroom is a veteran of three years service with the United States Marine Corps: PNG To Entertain Waterbury Club The Past N.oble Grands club of Jolumbian Kebekah lodge will entertain the Past Noble Grands of Winona lodge, Waterbury, Friday evening, May 11, in Odd Fellows' hall. A dinner will be served at 6:30' o'clock, arid will be followed by a brief business meeting and social hour. The kitchen • committee is composed of Mrs. Thomas Ashford, Mrs. Edwin Anderson, and Mrs. Charles Vagt, The dining room committee consists of Mrs. Raymond Jennings, Mrs. Herbert Fairbanks and Mrs. Aage Jensen. •A Chinese Auction'will also be held, and members are reminded to bring an item for the event. - St. Hedwig's Sodality will entertain new members Sunday, afternoon at 3'o'clock at a. membership .tea to be h'eld in the Gold Star Post club '"rooms. .Miss Delores jRimkoskl; is chairman of the af- Dr. and Mrs. Edward H. Delaney and-son Edward of Church street, are vacationing for two weeks with their daughter Ann and Mrs. Delaney's mother of Washington and Southern Virginia. ' - ' VENETIAN BLINDS Lcbon Vcnction Blind Monulactur.'og Corp 276 2SO NORTH MAIN ST. ' PHONE 3-7221 MRS. EDWARD J. MABTtN, a bride of Saturday, March 31 in St. ; Francis' church, is the former Maryaim P. Trangle, daughter of Mr. and : Mrs. Jo'seph Trangle, Cherry street. Mr. Martin is tlie,,son.of,Mr. and'Mrs.: Stephen Miirtin, New street. Their Jiridal was'iierformed -by • the pastor, of the church, Rev. Paul F. Keating. -v. ; , ., . . .., .- : . '•:•'. •. —Borinan Studtor- Ladies' Auxiliary Bakery Sale Is Planned May II th The Ladies' Auxiliary, of the Hillside Covenant church will, conduct a bakery, sale on Friday, May Jl, beginning at II 1 ' o'clock at the C. F. Davis Market, 128 Church' street. The , selling- -committee is composed of Mrs.'- Fridolf Anderson, telephone. 3497;.:. Mrs.. Yngve Dahlin, 3906; and..'Sirs. James Fox, 6203. They may be contacted .for orders. Calling'for tiie baked goods will be Mrs. Carl' 1 •••B.6rgsti ; 9rifi, • Mrs. Carl Johnson/: Mrs! :Lam'pnt. "Kirk, Mrs.' Garlton Nelson ; and ''Mrs. C. G. Swaris'on.' •, V" • . Personals ; Michael Conlon, Barnum court and Joseph Farren, Cherry street, recently, -visited in Branford. ; - ' Mrs. Kenneth G. Johnson,- 173 North Hoadley street, will Celebrate her birthday, on Sunday!." ,'":..'i|,:: Kennedy Circle Costumie Party Wednesday Night Kennedy Circle, Daughters ol Isabella, will hold- a costume party al theit; social '. meeting Tuesday evening in the Knights o{ Columbus hall, .at. SJ.,o'cldck. The. costumes to Be worn will be those of children of older days, and each member, will furnish their own cl.othiis, .and toys. Mrs. Madge Mariano is general chairman of the event. Mrs. M- Malik is' chairlady of the hostessio. and members of her. committee ari> Mrs. J. Waskowicz, Mrs. R. Goggin, Mrs. Nellie Scully, Mrs. Rosa Flanagan; Mrs, .Josephine Beh!man, Mrs. Joseph Zak, Mrs. John Burns, Mrs. Thomas Lawlor, anil Mrs. Michael Wood. Mr. and Mrs. William • Grubten Railroad, avenue, Beacon Falls, are entertaining Mrs. BradforeUE. Wakefleld, Brooklino, Mass;, 'a former Beacon Fails resident. -.'..- The Junior Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will meet,Tuesday.evening, in the Knights of Columbus hall at 6 o'clock. Mrs.: Oliver Lorson is advising chairman. Mrs. -George Douty, Skokorat road, Beacon Falls, celebrates her birthday today. . : ORDER NOW! WEDDING INVITATIONS AND Announcements QUICK SERVICE LOW PRICES COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU SAMPLES AND QUOTE PRICES Tour Stationer SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery • r'.- Store 213 Church St, ? T augatuck WHAT WE DO 7. Lubricate chattis 2. Chang* engin% oil 3. Cheek lubricant in transmission and rear' axle 4. Check condition of brakes . .. steering . . . wheel alignment ... lights . . . licet ... : windshield wipers . . . exhaust system', ... glass and rear view mirrors . W horn'* ROW oily $430 INCtilDH INOIN1 ON. THE NAUGATUCK FUEL CO. 87 CHURCH ST., TEL. 5236

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