,' Betrothal to Nicholas 'Longo of by !lier parents, Mr;, and'Mrs. Louis ,^;.;.; . ; y.---. —Chepllck Studio— VENETIAN BLINDS Joan Duff any Is Betrothed To Wed Nicholas Longo Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duff any, Sr., 551 -North Main street, ; Unlon City, announce tlie engagement of their slaughter, Joan; to Nicholas Longo, son- of , Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longo, Vermont street, Waterburyl" No bridal date has been selected; 'Miss Duff any- is : a graduate of the Naugatuck High school, class of '1949, and is employed at the Beacon Falls office of the U. S. Rubber company. Mr. Longo, a Leavenworth High school graduate, is employed at the Scovill Manufacturing company. Personal? The Wednesday, May"9 meeting of .the Naugatuck "Photography Club, has been postponed'to'May 16 at.-T.'^S^o'clock, in the evening at the''YMCA. ^Practical work in the darkroom-Is scheduled for that '•meeting;'. Milton .Woodih,' president^ announced. ;..-.-•• •'•' :.;-..-j3t. • • George's Lithuanian.' Benefit Society will' rheet Sunday at noon in --Linden' 'Park. All -metnbers are 'u.rged to attend. . .,-'... .."« The Auxiliary of Post 17,.' Amer* Tcan\ 'te'gibni; .will- sponsor a -rummage sale on Thursday, May 17, in; the Legion -Home'; 'beginning at 9:30 • o'clock. • Members having, articles '-to don'ate are/asked..to .bring- them to\the next meeting: of-the .Auxiliary "on Wedhesday, May 16, at"' 81 o'clocki Hbmfe Ecohpmisi; selected-the "''rkiresse's^ifii^'ltno ''-Naugatiick News. CooMng School from CHURCH STREET r ..- ./ ' - *•&,..:- •&-$• ;;•->-• 'J/Nf/. ••) ... ,r. ->K-,.-^ --.-.-.i •-., -sii.,:. •„ H i ,.t.,' / f - •«-'. >•- ••-'-..•'. .;•'. _.:i...'-"v •'-• -f~J '••- ; '«*?>'->= : . ;1 .-v>-;; - i^>.W-"> ^ i^.^.-'v.-^.Vx^S^ BARBETTE BERKSHIRE SACSON ~ . These famous names for the smartest styles in Cotton and. Bemberg Sheers — half sizes for the under. Straight sizes for over... . From - - lovely cottons at The Naugatuck ^^^•^^•••••••••^^^•^•^••^•••^MMfiSSiSy Fraternal Mrs. C. A. Teeple Seated As State First Vice-Pres. The .Connecticut., State Federation of Wonien's Clubs, Inc., \i\stalled newly-elected officers, yesterday afternoon in the Hotel Bond, Hartford, where, the organization has been holding its annual three- day convention. - •• Mrs. .Clifford A. Teeple was in-; stalled as first president of the state organization. She had served the past term as second vice president, , and is . a past president of. the Naugatuck Woman's club, serving in 1942-1944. Mrs. Teeple, -also extension chairman, was the organizing advisor, for the local junior club. She served as co-executive chairman of the three-day convent- tion. ... ; The new officers are: President, Mrs. Douglas K- Johnston of Newington, a member of the Woman's Club of Maple Hill; first vice president, Mrs. Clifford A. .Teeple of Naugatuck, the Naugatuck Woman's Club; second vice president, Mrs. Junius C. Rochester of Greenwich, the Woman's Club of Greenwich third. vice president, Mrs, John Arthur Bjer-koe of Woodbury; the Woman's Club of Woodbury; recording secretary, • Mrs! Paul V. Plummer of Hamden-, the Whitneyville Woman's Club of Hamden; corresponding secretary, Mrs. William C. Green of Newington, the Woman's Club of Maple Hill; treasurer, Mrs. Luther J. Potter of Terryville, the Terryvllle Woman's Club; assistant treasurer, Mrs. Howard A; Rollins of Storrs, the Woman's Club of Storrs: auditor, Mrs. Waldo 'E. Chase of Putnam; lhp. Putnam Woman's Club. Directors: Mrs. Louis P. Pack of Trumbull, Westport Woman's Club; Mrs. Charles A. Donadea of Bridgeport, Long Hill Community Club; Mrs. Stephen G. Pierce of West Hartford, West Hartford Woman's Olub; Mrs. N. .P. Kuntzelman of Glastonbury, the-Woman's Club of Glastbnbury; Mrs.'Ernest'R. Holmes if Winsted, Winsted Woman's Club; Mrs.' Thomas E. Thibeau of Orange; Whitneyville Woman's Club 'of Hamden; Mrs. Arthur B. Swartz of West Haven, the West Haven Woman's Club; Mrs. John J. Brennan of Seiners^ Somers Women's Club; Mrs. Charles B. Gilbert of Norwich. . : -.-.' '.-.'....- . • '..- . •:. County vic.e presidents: Pairfield, Mrs. Herbert' A.'' George ' of Bridgeport, . Southpprt'Y Woman's Club; Hartford, Mrs. Joseph: R. Kennedy at West Hartford, . 'the Hartford Woman's 'Club; .Idchfield, Mrs. Stanley,. H.;Warner ; 'ot -Woodbury', the Woman's' Club' of Woodbury; New Haven,; Mrs.- .Fred S.- VanValkenburg,. Waterbury Women's Club; .Tolland, Mrs..' Reynolds' W. Washburn of Somers, the' Somers Woman's Club; Windham,, Mrs. Francis Curran-.qf Eutnam, the Putnam Woman's Club. . . ••••>.. Mrs. John -S. Gordon of 'Hazardville,; a .member '.of the .Woman's .Club of Enfield, is chairman of the Phipps Memorial Scholarship Committee. •Press Book Awards Both Naugatuck clubs were honored with press book awards. The Naugatuck Woman's -club won first prize oit a large gold loving cup in; BLACKSTONE AUTOMATIC WASHERS Immediate Delivery Limited Quantity EASY TERMS ' FURNITURE CENTER »0 RIVERSIDE DRIVE .NATTGATtfCK, CONN. 9 9 All Open Every n':giit I>ay Mondays ... . : ' Tel. 2MB the senior class B competition. The club''had previoulsy. won the cup for the 1947-48 season. - _ _ . Mrs., Dorothy Tford'Wulfeck"was in. charge of publicity; and Mrs. Juliette KazanjSan, - press 'book Their .press book this year jwas rated 94.6 per cent, and had a" total of 970 1-2 inches of clippings.' The Naugatuck Junior Woman's chrt> won the VibnornMfj mention'^ ; -.^ven in their class, with a rating of 9S.3 per cent ana 1,748 inches at, clippings'. . The CUD in that class^.was won' by "the Mcriden'Junior^ Woman's club. The local club tiad'~won it last year. Mrs. Kenneth G." Johnson was in charge of publicity and press- book. Attcau !!„' yesterday from Naugatuck wore Mrs. Everett 'T- Rogers, Mrs. C. Ronald Peaker, ; ; Mrs.. Teeple, and Mrs. Gaorge W Carroll, Naugatuck Woman's club; Mrs. riest. i'.. F'-ickbon, Mrs. ."Johnson, and Miss Patricia. E. O'Donnell, Naugatuck Junior Woman's club., Service Bureau 3-Day Seminar "* Planned in June The Service' Bureau' for Wom- ert's Organizations .-'aTinbu'rices -a three-day Seminar on -C-.-3'anizatioh Problems to be lielcS'at' the Avon Old Farms school from Monday evening, June IS, through 1 - 1 Thursday, June 21. It is d2si;rned to give .groups in the state an opportunity the representatives of- women's groups in 'tlie state an opportunity to meet together ind pool- 1 their knowledge, and .to hear national, state, and loca.1 authorities discuss the techniques of organization. ' The Seminar will open, oh ;, the evening of June 18 with air informal dinner meeting at the school. followed by a keynote address" or. "Women's Groups,; in a:Free.'-Sor :ciety" . by Dr. Rosemary Park, president of Connecticut college The-theme of .Tuesday,'; June. 19', Will be "Your Program and Policy." Wednesday, June 20,j wil 1 feature a discussion of public rela,- tions entitled: "Public understanding of Your Purpose", and the final)day, Thursday, June-21,^will .be.devoted to a study of,"The.Per- sonnel for the Job." The .women will meet together each-morning to* hear visiting experts analyze the problem.'of the day, and-will break up into, small study clinics m the after,noon*Special evening programs relating to the main- theme'are also'•> being planned. ' . Discussion Coordinator, 81 for the entire Seminar will- be,* Mrs. H Curtis Mial, Institute Director for the New York State , "Citizens' Council, and" Educational Specialist, -Bureau of Adult Education, New. ;York State Department of Education. Mrs. H ' Otis" -Hawgate of Greenwich, a member of the service Bureau Advisory 'Board, will will be G'eneial Chairman, and Hospitality Chairman will be Mrs John H. Thompson oi FaBmington Speakers and consultants "will include -such authorities as JMrs Julia Bartman, Director of Extension and Field Servtce, Willimantic State, Teachers College; Miss Anna .Lord Strauss, former President of' the National League of Women Voters and Vice-Chairman of the newly formed Nimitz Committee on Internal Security and Individual Rights; Mrs Paul Rittenho \se, recently retired,, National ^Director of the Girl Scouts of America Mrs. Rhea Eckel, of Zohta International; Melvin J. Fox,' Executive Director of the National ,Citiz=ns' Committee for U. N. Day; and" H. M. Feine, Manager .of..,:the -West Hartford Chamber of "Commerce and Public Relations Council Registrations may be > obtained for the entire course or for single, NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1951—PAGE 3 Cerebral Palsy Benefit Card Party Slated May 24 MRS. MANUEL LOPES, a bride of Saturday, April 7, in St. Francis church, is the former Anna Matos, 16 Oak sti'eet. ..-•-.'-.. —Adrian Studio—days: Accommodations are available at the' school for 'meals and for.thosei Women whow ish to stay overnight. For. further information on tinckets and reservations write or phone the Service Bureau for Women's 'Organizations, 956 Main street, : Hartford, telephone 2-5151, cxt. 646. . MG ANTHONT MAZ, president of the- Industrial Council of the YMCA, who will - be master of ceremonies tonight at thft third annual Industrevue in the 3f at 8 p. in. sharp. Twenty-two acts of comedy 'and entertainment will be provided and a large crowd is expected. The show will be repeated tomorrow night. The program is for the benefit of furtherance of athletics and recreation under the Industrial Council program; / Rent A Cutaway For TLat '." Important Event Other Formal Clothes For Hire IMBIMBO'S 12 Union St., Wtby, Phone 8-8896 Ifone Too Jijg or Small. We Can Ftt Them All. How Does Hadley 's Do It! STEAMER CHAIRS JUST 600 NO MONEY DOWN! FOOTREST AND CANOPY ON SALE SATURDAY ALL HARDWOOD-ADJUSTABLE TO 2 POSITIONS H fi D I 'M ¥"** t f,i <Hi MJi i~ W a ,m~f • 47 Grand St. at Canal] Waterbury Credit Men Name Genevieve Coen ' Miss Genevieve E.. Coen, secretary of Peter Paul, Inc., was elected a director of the Waterbury Association of Credit Men at a meeting held this week at the Curtiss House in Woodbury. The group will be host at the annual state conference of the Connecticut Association of Credit Men June 6 at the Waterbury Country club. . Funerar Marriage .intentions, have, been filed in the Office of Town Cl'erk Raymond, J. -St. Johfe by Walter «aohuba, Ansonia, ''and-Florence Frances,, Niewinski,' Andrew avenue, who plan, to -be.-married- May 12 m St.-Francis' church' A cerebral palsy benefit card party will be held' on Thursday evening, May 24, in the Hop Brook' school auditorium, at 8 o'clock. Table and door prizes will be awarded. Henry Daly is head' of the Naugatuck cerebral palsy group. ' . Mrs. Olive Kreidler, chairlady.of the oard party, is being assisted by Miss Agnes Jackson, principal of the school; Mrs. Oliver Lorson of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, and her con-niittee: table prizes, Mrs. Walter Phillips; table arrangements, Mrs: . Ella Kiernan and Mrs. Rose Flanagan; door prizes, Mrs. Stephen Kecsk.es; refreshments, Mrs. Mary Gamble; tickets, Mrs. Ruth Parson, Mrs. Carl Sandbloom, Mrs. Howard Slason, Mrs. Francis Noonan, and Mrs. John. M. Quinn. • Al (organisations are being contacted 'by telPpryDne, in making up tables. Any reservations for the card party, for the benefit of the cerebral palsy campaign, and any donation towards the card party will be appreciated, the chairlady states. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Lorson, telephone 5719; Mrs. Kiernan, 5327; Mrs. Sandbloom, 3260; Mrs. Kreidler, 4189; or Mrs. Phillips, 2602. In Radio School . JOSEPH BRODY enlisted ii\ the Air Force in January, 1951 for four years'^ He is in the 3382nd Student' Sq., Box 943, Keesler AFB, Miss. The son of, Mr. and M'rg. Charles Brody, 313 Quiim f*rr«,t, he graduated from NaU£atu'jk High school aa president cl his class in 1948 and later workrscl in the office of Risdon Co. (Thibodeau photo). Balloon Hunt For Jr. Circle On Saturday A Balloon Hunt for the; Junior Circle, Daughters -• of Isabella, will" be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Oliver Lorson, 650 South Main'street. ' Miss, Rose Brccclnick is chairlady of the event, aided by Bar?-., bai-a Oliver, Beverly Barna and' Jcancttc Gaugler. . •' '• ';, Tell Mom how deeply she it cherished and appreciated. Send her a Hallmark card. She'll be delighted that you cared enough to send her the very,test! .Choose from our fine new collection. Come in today. Your Stationer :. 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