Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on May 5, 1951 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, May 5, 1951
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i -T ivv' ' f -'fV <l . i-i'-.-r-v:*,^ SOCIETY Girl Scout Troop 35 Spring T^a Held Yhyrs> , Bronxville, New York, is the fian- •>c*» of i Joseph Rosenberg. -Their marriage is planned in the fall. ^||i$k;;S^r0et Students Rumpelstiltzkin" - The : ta' EijinHlij^wipai presented • evening iAprif ; 27 5 by- the •-pupile of .the Ci'OM • Sticet school. tiff*.. •kathleeni',-: i g:!'. n Daiiey,-,;- Miss -f rMar'cella, . Kl'ejf nSfti'T Miss" <• Theresa 'iti^rfnn, ''faculty .'''members; T'MJSS ^Mazel jPenrpse, principal.; Mrs. Sal- jty'-ifi. Miller., art; gnperyisor; Milton »-^erkow'lt^, V mujilc director;? and ••igpprothy "Prove'rizan, .a student at . <the -Nnugatuck Hlg* f -"school; pro- JKrarns; directed- the .presentation •Martha Lundin and?- D or o : thy Oabinella, ..nieiflbers. of^tKe class of 'Mi.-a. the'rhii'gh" school, 'were the lanists. Harry -Bon,' .Billy Easter- odhs, , Evard Peterson, - ; John 'ttioaSau,; • and •; Leslie Schofleld' .iwcre- ths • ushers:" •' Carl- Humiston ^Bm3K">aria'';Thadcius' Chmie- e .in«charge of .property , 1 . ;' .'>•§;'•,'','; ; , . •' ;pf,the,«a»'t. iprl. tlie first -«cl ; . " include^,:.;. arjn6uncer,:.,C arl ,Hijinlsti3n';",.. "the-v king-, '•-',• Thaddeus •;chm|elewiki; : :the' iniller, Charles ' ' ';, R.umpels^il£z]iln, : . '.William --3>i»Cari6;.'., jgages^,;Eage Baldwin, ; • :.-- : t BEACKSTONT. ..; . AUTOMAlle DASHERS --' "-, Immediate' Denvery r Umlted \Qaantlty ' " TO RIVERSIDE DIUVE ' Open Every r»gl»t cnai 9 9 All '•••-' ' -Mondays- l 28»ay M»n Who,Ha» Been A Real '_ ' Tax Collector . „-• Charls Nelson; guards, Melvin Austin, Arthur Haversat; the miller's daughter, Sandra Andersen. Chorus cottagers, and marketers: Melvin Austin, Page Baldwin, Kenneth Bontcmpo, Steward Bott'orf, Susan Bottorf, Barbara Brush Thomas Douty, Edwin Drab, Barhara Fatek, Anna Marie Gallucci, Gay .Harting-, Arthurc Havesat, Carl. Humiston, Robert Knapp Beverly Mezzo, Charles Nelson Ear] Obst, Terrence Quinn, Linda Rockhili, Alfred Rosa, Gordon Rossi, Dolores Rusate, Diane Solberg, Arlne Schwartz, Ruth Smith, Nancy Stauffeur, Marie Triano, Antanio • Volta and. Carol . Wolcin., The second .act , casl members were: announcer, Jan : Koekkoek; (:he .queen,' Sandra- Andersen; the nurse, Marie Rusate; page, Jan Koekkoek; 'littlest page, Gordon Rossi; -Rumplstiltzkih, Billy DeCarlo; .gnomes: Thaddeus Chmielewski, Gennaro DeCarlo, Robert Knapik; Charles Brush, Mitchell Muhnski, .Edward • Pichulo, Robert Rossi,-and . Charles- Wasdo. The chorus • . and', attendants were: Elaine .Anderson, Carol 'Arbustb. Katherine ..Brown, Barbara Dwy Carol :Dwy, Dolores Galluccij Else Humiston, -Betty Johnson, Ins Johnson, Irene Koekkoek, Dawn Krom, Karen Lockwooa, Judith INardello, .Phoebe Ostrom, Emily Painter, Judith . Painter, Barbara Schwartz, Martha. Severson, Jean Smith, Elvira ..Volta, and Carol Weiss. The members, of ~ Girl;- Scout Troop. 35 w : ere hostesses .to their mothers:at a; spring tea Thursday afternoon, at .the Methodist .parish hall. Ept'ertainment - included a piano .selectio^i by Miss Eleanor Severson,:an the Misses JudltH Carmody and Mary Ellen Ash, 'and singing'and folk-dancing by .the. * entire" troop: Tea : .was .poured by Miss Linda Hubbelli president of-the trbqp and Miss; Claire McGpvern, vice-president. Othfr'-niembers of the troop are' the.- Misses .Beverly , Ash, Mary Ellen Ash, Sandra ' and Sharon Ashman, • Diana Blomquist, Judith Carmody, ;.Sonna Durbin;, Joan Evenski-Swirski Bridal Planned For May 19 At !0 The forthcoming :-marriage,, .of. Miss, Gladys Swirski, ; daughter "of the late Julius Swirski, .to Zigmont J. Evenski, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Mi's. Chester^'Evenski, 52 George street,. .Seymour,, -has.. ..been . announced by' her 'mother, Mrs. Ann Swirski, '71 Hoadlcy street. Their marriage will be, solemnized in St. Hedwig's church, Union City, on Saturday, May 19, at 10 o'clock. The prospective bride is 'associated with the Risdon Manufacturing company. Mr. Evenski is -with the Metropolitan Life Insurance company, Derby. Cowling-, Jo' Ann • "Eoley, • Kaeen Ruth Kirk,' Betsy Parso'ns, ,^fis- cilla Rappe, Judith Skehan, Virginia Stevenson, and, M,aria -Vieira; 3nd leaders ore Mrs'. Qscar.Blom- quist, Mrs. Georege HubbelJ , and Mrs. Walter Bolihger. ''„' Guests attending- weie Rev. Matthew Gates, Mrs. Philip Rice 1 , Mrs. John Arh, Mrs. Terence. Carmody, Mrs. Charles Durbin;, &ra.'William Howling, Mra. 'Lament Kirk,' Mrs. Edward McGovern," "Mrs-. 'Walter Parsons, Mrs. David Rappe, Mrs. Thomas Skehan. Mrs. W. -E. .Stevenson, Mrs Geoige Ashman, Mrs. John I uley aii(J illss Karen Nel- Funeral Personals Mrs. Robert W. Smith, 11 Bradley street, the former Jeanne Skiff of MiddlebUry; : served, as -matron. 1 of honor for Miss .Mary Jane .Whitbeck, daughter.', of Mrs. Elsie. M. Whitbeckv-M.iddlebury, and. the late John H. Whitbeck, at her marriage to Francis'L. Murphy, Hartford, son ofI'Mrs. Catherine :C. Murphy, -Portland, .Maine, .and'the late Martin J. Murphy,, which 'took place at 11:30 o'clock in the -church of St. John of the Cross, Middlebury, A reception followed . at .the Middlebury '-.Town--'B[all. - • The > annual 1 'Mother -'DaugtrteV Communion Breakfast 'of the Children of Mary Sodality, of St. Hedwig!s church will be'held Sunday follpwing";the -9:30. o.'cjock. Mass , at ' Tne event : .'..will'iltak'e place at the church'pavilion, with .Miss Dorothy . Lagiina, • arrangements chairman,'.-. The .crowning .r/f the statue of the Blessed Virgin will be a'n event of Sunday' evening at the churSh' at : -7. ; :30 o'clock. Mrs. Arnold .-P.aulk, chairman of the Naugatuck Junipr i Woman's club: Ways ond Means committee, announces that .the .committee, will meet at her home, on New street, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock; to further plans for the Spring dance of the club, .planned Ior Saturday, May-12,-at the. Hotel Elton. All members are urged to /be present Mrs. Gertrude Borne Funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude (Mauler) Borne, 71, of 270 South Main street, widow of Harry Borne, will be held this, afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home, 201 Meadow street, with the Rev. Matthew H. Gates, minister of the Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Grove cemetery. ELECT FOR TREASURER Mr. and Mrs: .Arthur B. Osgood 206 Pearl street; Seymour,,left yesterday for Jacksonville, ^North .Carolina, where they will visit Ensign Elizabeth Berry, U.S. 3M. and her mother, Mrs. Esther Berry,.former Seymour residents. Mr. and: Mrs Osgood returned this, week from Hopedale, Mass., where they attended the 50th anniversary of .'the Union Evangelical church,,, of which they are charter members. • ;- 'aj Marilyn E. 7 Shube Jos. Rosenberg,! Engaged To Y/ecl Mr.- arid Mrs; ,^ande'r,^ A:p§hupe, BronXville, New Tork^, announce the engagement of t;ie;r daughter, Marilyn to Joseph Rosontiprg-^-190 Hillside avenue, : son' ;-6f. 'illi:."*.'.and Mrs M^x J Rosenberg,' Pert Chester, New 1 , York. - v . 4 • ,-",, = r . Miss Shube is a graduate ,ot the University of 'Michigan, .and is with the American Apso^ntion-t the United Nations in Now York city. ' ' ' -''•„' Mr'. iRoscnberg-.'.is -an alu'hinUs. ol "New York university, anrt .isi a member ' : 6f the editorial, staff -'of the Nat«.gatuck Daily Nev's.' He is a veteran' of the Army. Air 'Forces during World War IF, - t , The wedding is planned for September. Jean Sutherland Named Chairman Miss Jean Sutherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sutherland, '58 Walnut street,' has .teen elected chairman of the entertainment committe. of the" Juiiior-Sen- ior Prom at Russell Sage co.llege Troy,, ^tew Tork,. The, event .Will be held on Saturday,.,Slay.-12.\ '."' Miss, Sutherland,.who isva-mem- ber of the '•junior*/ class,,'is 'enrollec m the 'collegVs' sehool.'df • ArtB'tanc Sctehces,'and .is a- jfiajor -in 'social sciences. She is>d iheijatieiJo^prs.- matics assoclatioa ..and, 'P-ublfoity Board. - . ','',.• KABGATUClt NEWS (CO?iN.), SATURDAY, MAV 5, lOai^-l'AGE 3 Miss Joan Lagos; 16 Party street, New Haven, is visiting 1 hertjuncle and aunt, -Mr. ^nd' 'Mrs. • Alt>ert Kennis, Beac-on Falls, f .•--.?',•» • Mr. and Mrs. - Joseph i/Chieoski and family, Avenue i ,(B,~'JB"e"acpn Falls, are spendirig'"tne. .'^^ifehd with relatives in New.;jer!Sey. t . The Jeff Klub "FJo^er Frolic" will be held this ,evening ^t the American • Brass Country clinb; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker arp cochairmen. All girls are 'to '.wear homemade corsages, Naugatuck Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls,- will sponsor a fashion show and card party -Monday evening in Masonic Ternple at 8 o'clock. -Miss DoraldT Almqulst is chairman of arrangements. The public is invited, and prizfes.'will be awarded. • ', THE NAUGATUCK. EMBLEM CLDB held Installation of officers Wednesday evening at the Elks rooms. Shown a,boyBrAro,.sbveral o-tj the dignitaries who were present for the installation and visitation, during which time Mrs. Mylcs Keating was seidod us president, oit'the J organization. Front row.'left to right: Mrs.. Joseph;Farrellj Providence, Rhode Island; Mrs, Richard Garrety, Iluii.'iiigtoii Park, California, sup-' • reme president; Mrs. George H. Williams, Rockville; rear row, left to right: Mrs. .Albert A. Tatti, liiintington Park, California, supreme niarf.h-' al; Mrs. George L. Graidadlo, Rockville; Mrs.'Frederick J. Barnard, Greenfield, Massachusetts; and Mrs. Richard G. Hcniiessey, Fall River, Massachusetts. . —Ferguson Photo—-. MB. AND MBS. MANUEL HENBIQTIES are pictured following their marriage on Saturday, April 21, which took place at 9 o'clock in St. Francis' church. The Rev. George F. Du=.n officiated.; The bride, the former, Alice Amador, 3 Church street, is. the daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Julio' Amador, Murtoso, Portugal, and the niece of Mr, and Mrs. Lazaro. Marques. Mr. Hejiriques is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose Hen- rlques, Mineola, Long Island, New York. The. couple are residing, at Garden City Park, Long Island. —^Arthur Photo— '• Personals JOHN Z. DARBY ' : ' —CAPABLE—" \' -—A VETERAN- PULL THE TOP LEVER VOTE STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN VENETIAN BLINDS Lcbon, Venetian Blind Manufacturing Corp 276:-2SO NORTH MAIN ST ' PHONE 3-7221 107 SPRING ST. UNION CITY TELEPHONE 3651 WESTINGHOUSE TELEVISION at Gerald's Appliance New Low Prices — If It's Anything for Your Floor .."1 : •••':• -,: - - - Call • ARK AY FLOOR COVERINGS' 50 Diamond St. Tel. 6913 Miss Irene Siwanowicz, daughter of Mrs. Helen Shvanowicz, 80 Derby avenue, Seyrnour,' became the •bride of Nicholas Smey, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smey, 130 Derby avenue; Seymour, this morning in a 9 o'clock ceremony performed in St. Augustine's church, Seymour. St. Clary's Altax Society's annual communion '.breakfast., will' take place Sunday morning: following the 7:30-o'cl6ck Mass at the church. The event will be held at the church hall. Mrs. John L. Burns is chairman. Miss Irene M. Molski and Thomas M. Simith, both of Naugatuck, %yere recently initiated into Gamma Chi Epsilon, the honorary scholastic society at the University of Connecticut, Storrs. The society was founded in 1919 by university president, Charles L. Beacb.. Seymour Man Is To Be Wed Mrs. Marian Schull, Milan street, Ansonia, will exchange marriage vows with Frederick L McCusker, Seymour, on Wednesday, May 30, at 2:30 o'clock in the'Pilgrim Congregational church, Ansonia. The Woimen's club'Of the church recently honored'the prospective bride at a miscellaneous shower. MRS. LEROY JAMES BARRETT a bride of Saturday, April 28, is the former Betty Lou Noragong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WUliBm O. Noragong, South Main street.. Their bridal was soleJnnlzed at the Naugatuck Congregational Church at 4 o'clock by the minister, Rev. \ViUard B. Soi>cr. . ,- —Thlbodeau The Guest program, of the Evangreline Circle-of the Salem Lutheran church will ,be held Tuesday evening,. May 8, ot the American. Brass Country club, opening with a banquet.-Mrs; Wallace Nelson is chairman,. of, the arrangements,, assisted'by members of the second;-group. Young oysters swim about for only 48 hours, then settle dowa in one spot . . VETERANS There's a TIME XIWEET ON G. I. ! Training? Register ft* June 25 '< Term. '"•? ;' 1 ' ' i • POST JTJNIOR COLLEGE i 24 Central Ave. Wbry. Tel, 4-8772 ; Rent A Cutaway For TLat Important Event Other formal Clothes For Hire IMBIMBQ'S Union St., Wtby*. Phone 3-8896 Konc Too Big ; or Small. We Ciin Fit Th«sm AH. 'ectfon Come In atui tee our CBrds-youtVc «ure -to iurt -toe on« you Your'Stationer SWEENEY'S Store 213 Church Street Naugatuck ftrl and Stationery Night In Poland Event Is Slated For This Evening The Falcon a<nd Ulan Society will hold thic seventh annual "Night In Poland" semi formal dance and cabaret this evening in. Falcon hall, Union City. Chester Droscz is assisting- 'the chairman, Heniy CicslewsKJ. An entertainment program will be featured, and a buffet supper of Polish Style food will .be served during intermission. Felix Zembruski and his polka- teer's will provide music lor (lancing from 9 until 2 o'clock. Dinner Honors John Summa . A--testimonial dinner in honor of John .Summa was held Tuesday evening at Linden Park. Mr.-. Summa will be married to .Miss Madelyn Pessblano on Saturday,' May 19. Among. • those., .in. 'attendance were: Joseph Summa, Vincent Summa, Jerry Summa, Frank Summa, William Carrello, . Felix.. Carrello Chester Koehleiy. 'Nich Mangim Pete Labowsky, Joseph S.urnma, sr Walter'. -Sprys'eriski;'Larry 'Mani brino, William .Gunton, George Doback. l-'rancis Miller, George Kraus, Bill Mangini;. Al Borghis, Edward Michand, -Thomas Cpnlon, Ralph Marrella, Tony • Tangrsdi,. . Jerry Berg-eson, Walter Senitsky, ' Bill Capcee, Bob Billette, Frank. Mastropietro and Leroy . Krampetz. Also George -"Perish', Deno Meti ?acci, Patsy Salinardi, Charles Rado, jr., Walter Kiclb, Albert Micle Hartley Taylor Joseph Zinko, Paul Seckola, Joe Fox, Charles DeLau- renzib, Jeo Celello, Leonard Oilers, Bill Rado, Rocco Mariano, Joseph Triano', Pete Miele, Ge'ne Massa, Micky Cdnners, Al Manio, Joe Antonicci, Doc Aquavia and Prime Massa. Scout Troop 15 Hot Dog Roast Boy Scouts of Troop 15 and their fathers attended a combination meeting and hot-dog roast in the Conrad street cab'in Thursday evening. Scoutmaster James Reynolds was 'in charge- assisted by Robert Kesson. About 18 scouts and 15 fathers • were at the affair. A discussion of the coming Scout Camporee was held after which the Scouts gave a demonstration in first aid. Drama Group To Hold Supper And Elect Officers The Drama department of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club will hold their final meeting .of the current season Monday evening,. Mrs. Ernest C. Erickson, chairman, has announced. The meeting will be in the form of an outside buffet supper, and will begin at 0:30 o'clock, at the home of "Mrs." Charles J. Noble,'Jr., 170 Aetna street. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Noble ;and Mrs. Erickson. Nomination of new officers and election : will also take place.. Monday evening. The. nominating: com 1 mittee i s.composed by. Mrs'; Noble, Miss Arle'en Sullivan and Miss Eleanor Oemcke!' ' '. ."'..- ' i Diamonds always are found, as .sinp-fe' crystals, never: in 'mass formations. • • . . LISTEN TO GEORGE FELLOWS DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOIt WARDEN SUNDAY 9:!-5 P. M. STATION W.W.C.O. 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