Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on May 8, 1951 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, May 8, 1951
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(a AW^eHiyfy George .Morgan will rf the b,.annual concert ot The Clioc-1 M..^hia'leyen^ig at 8:30_ p'clopk at the Waterbury Women's C lui> auditorium; for the benefit of the • Choristers' achotoship fund. Mr ^Morgan is mueic director of' Taft • Khoo].-. ' - : ^ -: v >,»' . > »m h * ch ? ral * r °up of,-mixed voices will render madrigal., foik songs, ,_ Italian,, English, Spanish, French ana American church niuaic and spirituals. ' <• • :• • -•"••' .The scholarship awards arc given .bjt The Choristers each year • If. de ?? rvin S rtuaerita of music. Miss Mary Lou Brann,- Beacon -Falls, who .^sang -the title role of the Dido and Aeneas opera presentation on April13 at the local high *ch°i 01 ' 11 ° nC /^. The ChoristeS' scholarship winners. Miss Carol Walker. MUlviUe.**^ a pianik .-of greafe^rpmliiev^vis another NaugatucWan whisse^ ability was not only recognized but rewarded & .* he .',^ i ' 0 rt»ters: Gerald Rose, South Main street, the 1950 Chor- !t !i scholarship winner, will be ; the violin soloist for this evening's concert. •. • . . •:•, The Rev. Theodore A. Schrader ^pastor ,of the Immanuel Lutheran . church. ^requests, all members of .the Ladies' Aid Society of the church to be present at. a meeting .Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at .thechurch^A group photograph for .Uie anniversary booklet will be Cretella Couple Marie Their 35tii Anniversary Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Cretella 25 First street, Seymour, celebrat ed their 35th wedding anniversary on Sunday, May 6, when they helc an open house for friends and rela lives at thejr home, Mr' and Mrs. Cretella were married at St. Mary's church, Union City, on May 4, 1916. They are the parents of three daughters: Mrs Stephen Belchak, - She]ton; Mrs William Alancynowicz, Union City, and Mrs. Victor DiRiehzo, Seymour; three .sons: Louis Cretella, Beacon Falls; Benedict A. Cretella, Seymour; and: Corporal John J. Cretella, serving with the United States Army in Pusan, Korea; and also have five grandchildren. .A buffet supper was served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Donnell, Millville. avenue, .today celebrate their 56th wedding anniversary. They are the parents of five children: John O'Donnell, Jr., Thomas O'Donnell, Miss Catherine O'Donnell, Mrs. William Caufield, and Mrs. Elmer Phillips, The American War Mothers, Naugatuck chapter, will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in : the Veterans of Foreign Wars home. Come In Ami tea out* * sure to .Just.-the on« .Your Stationer SWEENEY'S Store 313 Church Street Xaugatuck Art and Stationery Health Meeting Planned Sat, At Danbury College Final- plans for the state-wide conference' on Health Instruction in the Elementary - Schools to be held Saturday/May 12, at the college have been announced by Dr. Alice -I. Donnelly, chairman of the Health and Physical Education department of Danbury State Teaclr- ers college.' The purpose of the conference to give classroom teachers of grades one -through nine opportunities to improve and enrich the health,, program of Connecticut schools. Addresses on topics re- .ated to the school iealth program will be given during the morning session by Dr. Charles C. Wilson, Drofessor of education and public lealth, Yale university; Dr. Eliza- >eth Avery, health consultant of the American Association for Health, Physical • Education, and Recreation, Washington, D. C.; and Miss Julia • Pratt, professor of lealth education, New York uni- 'ersity. The program will also include ixamination of instructional ma- eriails from .over 50 agencies, view- ng films and filmstrips, examina- ion of health texts, luncheon, and a tour of Higgins hall. Group neetings to discuss problems at he different grade levels have >een planned for .the afternoon. Hiss Viola Almony, supervisor of lementary education, Stratford, rill serve as discussion leader of he group concerned .with grades ne, two, and three;, Miss Geneva ^ehr, State Teachers college, New Britain, grades four, five, and six; and Miss Julia Pratt, New York university, grades seven, eight and nine. Informal refreshments will conclude the day's program. Church Group's Bake Sale Fri. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Hillside Covenant church will conduct a public bake sale kt the Davis Market, 128 Church' street, on Friday, May 11, beginning at 11 o'clock. Residents wishing to place orders may contact -the following women: Mrs. Fridolf Anderson' telephone 3497; Mrs. Yngve Dahlin, 3GO6; or Mrs. James Fox, 6205. QM 2/C William McNamara • is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo McNamara, Millville avenue. He is based , whose betrothal and approaching mar"** m ^ ^- by her Mother, — Vantines', Boston— _ And We Wish You All A Very Happy Birthday Today Mary Margaret Walsh,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Walsh, is six years old. Wednesday, May'9- Raymond Benson, Beacon • Valley road. Mrs. Dorothy Hollis,. 55 City Hill street, Union City. ' '•" -' ' • ; i Walter W. Northrop observes his 75th birthday. Mr. Northrop resides with his son-in-law and daughter,. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hotchkiss, 105 Conrad street. . ''' SHOP MOTHER'S DAY DURING OUR SAVE Thursday, May 10 Susan Lynn Booth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett B. , Booth, Mill street, is one year old. " ^ ' .' •, Joan Tucker, Beacon Falls, Is 14 years old. i Saturday, May J2 '•"£ Arthur Granger, Jr., 261 Millville avenue. :•: , rr ; Robert L -Knapp, 71 General Dai- ton drive. " ' ;.!,:!.. ;. Mrs.' Wililam Pfieffer', r .iformerly of 35 Spring street, Union City, now residing at 822 Bellforte, Oak Park, Illinois. ,;„ . - i<«|iiKi»[ • Ch'uckie Tower, son of ''• Mr." and Mrs. Ossie; Tower, Jr., 92 Damson lane. • - .. Joseph Carlson, 195 Miliville avenue. Lorraine Sawicki, 63 Spring street, Union City. Fred Randolph, Mulberry road. Sunday, May 13 Don Williams, Cliff street Henry T, Moeckel, Jr., Hillside avenue. Mrs. Francis Daly, 66 Olive street. , Miss Mary Lawley, 167 Rubber avenue. Mrs. Leo T. Carroll, 95 Andrew avenue. . , «. • Monday, May ,14 'Carolyn Ruth Beadle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Beadle 347 Quinn street. Albert Hyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle K. Hyde, 199 Quinn street. Thurs. Rummage Sale Is Slated The rummage sale of the •Ladies' Aid society of the Immanual Lutheran church will be held from 9 until 5 o'clock on Thursday, at Racke's Garage.'North Main street, 1 Mrs. William Gerber, chairman, has announced. Articles for the .sale should' be left .at''.the garage Wednesday'.eye- ningi ; 6 until 8 o'clock. Among the. items- to be sold at the sale are a,baby's full-size crib and high chair. , : KennethB^i-att NuptialsJunel6 Mrs. Rudolph Zaleski, 112 Spring street, Union City, announces; the engagement and '.forthcoming marriage of her daughter, ..Sabina, to Kenneth H. BajVatt, son 06 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barr.att, 109 Johnson street. - r . :'" • Miss Zalesfci; a member of iPhi Mu sorority, is a graduate of the Naugatuck High school, and will receive her-Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Connecticut on June 10. Miss Zaleski who majored in French, has been active irt the university's ; French and Education clubs, and was secretary of rher sorority. Mr. Barratt attended Naugatuek grammar school, was graduated from Willistpn academy,. Eas)> hampton, Mass., and will also receive the Bachelor of Arts degree Junie 10 from Wesleyan university, Middletown, where he is a 'member of Alpha Chi Rho, fraternity. Mr. Barratt'was active as a ^member of and accompanist for the university's Glee club during his first three years at ,the university, and during the past year has, acted as steward of his fraternity. Their wedding will be an event of Saturday, June 16, in St. Michael's Episcopal church at 11 o'clock. NAUGATBCK.NEV Rainbow Girls Will Hold Elections Thurs. Officers for the new term of Naugatuck Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, will be elected at the regular meeting of the Assembly on Thursday evening in Masonic Temple, at 7:30 o'clock. All members who have not yet reported on their tickets for Monday evening's fashion show and .bridge, are asked to do so at the Thursday meeting. Private First Class Harold J. Danielson, has returned to Camp Pickett, Virginia, where he is stationed with Campamy F,'102 Regt, 43rd Division, after spending a 72- hour pass with his mother, Mrs. Viola Panielson, 32 School street Mr. and; Mrs. Cletus Riegle, Mary Lou McCully,, and Jean ^Reynolds spent' the past weekend in New York. . 8, l!Wi:-I>AGE 3 Panco-Leck troth Is Made Known Announcement by Mr. and Mrs. Walter C.'Leek; Chicago, 111., formerly of Baskirig Ridge and Ridgewood, N. J.,'~ makes known "the engagement of their daughter, Katharine, to Leon A. Danco, Jr., Naii- gatuck, son of Major Leon A. Danco and Mrs. Danco, Fairfield.. Their bridal will take place in August. The .prospective bride is a graduate of the Roosevelt - hospital, school .of. Nursing, New "York city, and is an assistant head nurse at the institution. • Mr. Danco is sales promotion manager- for the. Wire 'Goods division,. Risdon Manufacturing- company. A graduate of. Harvard college, h : e 'received his master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of- Business Administration. He served as a,lieutenant with the United States Coast Guard in the southwest: Pacific. N.James Bovay Miss Wyan Gaw Wed On Sunday Mr. and 'Mrs. Conrad S. Gaw, Annapolis, Maryland, announce the marriage of their daughter, Wyan to Norman James Bovas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Bovay 176 Park avenue. The ceremony was performed Sunday afternoon May 6, in the Naugatuck Congre-' gational church at 2, o'clock, .with the Rev. Willard-B. Sbper offlciat- Mrs Andrew B. Huntington, Naugatuck, served as matron of honor; and Carl E. Bovay was his brother's best man. Mrs. Bovay, a graduate of Annapolis High school, will enter her senior year at Mary Washington 1 ffiall. Fredericksb «^, Virgin^ Mr. Bo.vay is a graduate .of the Naugatuck High school, and attended the University of Connect! cut and the United > States Naval Kent A Cutaway For TLat '•, Important Event Other Formal Clothes For Hire IMBIMBO?S 12 Union St., Wtby, v Phon« 3-8896 If one Too Big or Small. We Can F« Them All. YQ on • NYLONwMiliis • COTTON HOUSE DRESSES NYM>NS AND COTTONS P GOWN^ OF RAYONS, CREPES; COTTONS, AND JERSEYS • HOUSE COATS OF PRETTY COTTON PRINTS PAJAMAS OF BROADCLOTH, SILKS, AND COTTONS H i NYLON MESH H0SE pair NYLON PANTIES Brief Style—Pink and White' CAJr N °T BE INCLUDED DUBIKG THE SALE SALE IS FOB A LIMITED TIME ONLY ACeoiJNTS CHURCH STREET =tiv\ aS een ted *o active duty with the United States t^' ^ nd re P° rt «l this morning tc the Brooklyn Navy Yard. SHOW YOUR. MOTHER YOU LOVE HER - ... AND ALWAYS! $11.95 CANDY... . in good-enough-to-eat colors, is a shop K, ' pretty as a lollipop. Because it's softest kidskiiv it drapes beautifully across the instep. 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