Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 2, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 2, 1947
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Personal Jjocal Couple Mr nnd M' 1 "- rtlt:! - v Huccurcll oiii or \i\ Main street, announce tho irOKcnu-nt of tlu-lr daughter, Jo** h i nc to 7,Iiohael Ki'JnocK of cww*h ^;« ct ; il . rlll , atcnt , ot , t , h( , school** and Is an om- of the 1-' K. Rubber Co. Mr. JJmnocU nlso is omplVotl ul the has been set for the • Of 75 Couples Attend Teen Miss No Cork tri-f tlicy nir 1.1 hereafter every eight years. to CO stripped when old, and Age New Year's Eve Ball Seventy-five couples attended the St. Francis' Boys' club first an- ML-'il Now Year's Eve ball Tuesday evening in Colum'bus hall. Francis JDelflno and tils orchestra furnished music for t'he da-nee, which was termed successful in all respects. At midnight impressive 250 balloons made sight when they Quint, Jacqueline. Schm'tz, Ethvnrd Galvin, Ijcna. Glick, William Hutt, Joanne Knowlton, Frimklyn Shannahan, Rosemary Ziegler, Edward Jones. Patricia Kovit. Vincent Healy, Cccllle Tracy, Joseph Connolly, Jean Tracy, Ric.h- ard Valence, Betty Smith, Pclleticr, . Lucille Parent, Jean John Cuddy, Shirley Bowers, ' Joseph Erody, Jacqueline Bressler,. Jerry La'briol'.i, Margrctta Dcegan, Ken- John John neth Zerbc, Joyce Shea, Thurston, Lydla Pldalgo, Costello, Lois Romanoff. James Carroll, Mary Radick, Stanley Ec-hrickr,, Shirley O'Con- ncll. Chester Bohrlcks, Georgia Bryant. Joseph Madden, Marion Latimcr, George Ncavin, Ellen Blondcau, Btirric Smith, Jean Parsons, John Case. 1 , Lucia Sullivan, Francis Cavar.augn, Ruth Wood, John Stinson, Dixie Lyons, Frank Madden, Jr.. Angela Lawsoh. • Air. and Mrs. George Schuster of Radnor avenue, Bristol Terrace, entertained a group of teen-agers after the dance. Among those prcs- ' cnl were Jane Grecr, George Schus-' ter, Jr., Coil Tracy. Vincent Healy, ! Rosemary Dunn, Joseph Healy, El- , eanor Oemcke, Raymond Dowling, ; Dixie L'yons, Midshipman John Stinson, Dorothy Zclv.idcr, Robert Stauffer, Elaine Tiorney, Thomas Ashmore, Loia Follett, Ciiarlcs Aquavia, Marcia Welch, Mark Mark- covic, Joan Tracy, Joseph Connol'.y, Marie LnMontugne, Thomas Foy, Eleanor Kennedy, Donald Brcnnan, tumbled down from the dome of the hall upon the dancing couples. Chsirlcs Clark served aa master njP ceremonies, and spotlight dances were directed by Thomas P. Leiry. Gur.sts included the Rev. Paul F. Keating, the Rev. j George Dunn and the Rev. .Albert Taylor, 1 Chapcroncs were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Buckmiller, Mr. ;mcl Mrs. Henry Daly, Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. BuckrnlHei', Mr. and Mrs. John F. Healy, Mr. and Mrs, Andrew [ D.iiy. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch, Mr. and Mrs, John Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Mlnicuecl, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Lcary. Among those attending were: Donald Dowling, P.egina Sullivan, Raymond Dowling, Eleanor Oemcke, S'cephen Owens, Hartney Freeman. George Borg, Dolores Rlkoski. James Gunnoud. Mary Ann Touhy, Stephen O'Neill, Maureen Lean 1 , Barry Norton, Ellen Thurston, Robert Connor, Cecelia Arnold, Thomas Gunnoud, Jr., H"lennnni> Donovan. James Mc- Xamoc, Nancy Smith, John Gunnoud. Joan Grrcn. Cornello DiMaria, Carol Brad- shiw, Richard Hughes, Anna Zerbe, Thomns Ashmoro. lilaino Tierney. Donald Brennan, Eleanor Kennedy. John Loary, M.iclclyn Ga'.vln, Robert Dcwlir.g, Gemldine Morris, John D, Koonz, ,li'.. Margaret Maroney, Charles DeCarlo. Sibina Znlcski. Frank SanAngelo, Jeanne Hackc-tt, Chester Wx.nke- wlg. Ann Petrucel'.i. Thomas Foy, Marie Lamontagne, Mark Mnrkc- vlc, Marcia Welch. Richnrtl Quellette, Patrici.'L She'.i. I Francis Schaet'cr, Doris Dick, ! Thomas Walsh, Eli/.aboth Lur.din, Richard Shannahan, Barbara McCarthy, J. E. Kraus. Carolyn Anderson. William Farrcn. Anne Nixon, George Hannan, J.icqueline Ho.sco, Daniel LaV'argna. Loi'ctta Kackov\'ski, Francis Lawlor, Barbara Kelley. Robert StiUl'fcr, .Dorothy Zehnder, Joseph Healy, Rosemary Dunn, Charles Aquavia, Jr., Loi.-; Follett. George Schuster, Jane Grier, James Bar Jerry Cronln J.imcs Thurston, Myena Lon 01 ., Tihbort Sullivan, Joan Long, Sol;! weather conditions, to Thursday Baxzano. Dorothy Hroclt. John evening, Jan. 9, Plan Semi- Formal Dance A semi-formal dance will bo sponsored by the undergraduates of the Watcrbury alumni chapter of the College of New RochcUe, New Rochclle, N, Y., Saturday evening, Jan. 4, in the Hotel Elton, Watcrbury, from 9 to 1 o'clock. Francic Dclrlno and his orchestra will provide music. Margaret Collins and Theresa Wolff fire cochairmen. Tickcis may bo obtained from any local .student, At St. Mary's Mrs, Charles Kuchauskas, 199 Quinn stroot. sister of Mrs,-. Merle Hyde, was admitted to St. Mary's hosphal today as a surgical patient. Service Club Postpones Meeting- Thr- monthly meeting nf the Scr- F.arrett, Marian Eddy, vice club of St. Michael's Episcopal Ironin, Edith Hermomu:, \ church, scheduled for tonight, .has been postponed due to. .inclement Miss Lafferty Exchanges Vows In Home Service At a. candlelight service, held Monday evening at the -home of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond R. Laf- fcrty, 14 Fairlawn street, their daughter, Lillian 'Ruth ,• Lafferty, became the bride of. Thomas Gal- lucni, son ot Mrs./Anna Gallucci 30 Culver street. The Rev. Harold Lucia, pastor of trie Immanuel Lutheran church, '-performed the double ring ceremony, as the bride presented In/marriage by her father. Mixed bouquets of assorted flowers formed 'the. floral setting-, and traditional wedding- music was furnished,.' Mrs. Anita' Banno, sister of tho bride,-served'as matron of honor, and Luke Piazza was best man.' The bi-TJe was attired in a moss green gakardinc, suit, brown accessories, brown hat with veil and wore a corsage of white camellias. Her attendant wore a brown gabardine suit, pink accessories, brown hat \v;.;.h veil and corsage of pir.k roses. At a reception held at the home following the ceremony, t-h 0. couple's mothers received in black crepe dresses and wcj'c corsages of American Beauty roses. The couple loft on a wedding trip to Washington, D. C., and upon their return will reside at 45 Dalton drive. They attended Naugatuck Hip!-, school, and the bride- Broom is a veteran of tho Army. Has Appendectomy New Year's Eve, Mrs, James Mariano, 538 South Main street, is a patient. ,at St. Maiy's hospital, Waterbury, whore she v.-as admitted New Year's Eve to undergo an appendectomy. South Main St. Ccuple Parents Scrgt. and Mrs. Peter Masonc of South Main street, announce the birth of a son, Roger John, Dec. Hi at St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Ma- sonc is the former Helena Nardcllo. Phoenix Avenue Girl Engaged To Penna. Man Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fi-ed- •ericks, 11 Phoenix avenue, an- inounco • tho cngagomont of their .Daughter, Phyllis MariCi to Joseph. : 'Luxenborger,. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Luxenbcrgcr of' Williamsport, Pa. The couple plan a spring- wedding. . Miss Fredericks is a graduate of Naugatuck High school in the class of 1042 and is employed in the accounting- department ol the U. S. Rubber' Co. . Mr. Luxeniberger graduated from St. Joseph's High School, Williamsport, and is a veteran of the U, S. Army, He was a prisoner of war in the European theater of operations. At present he is affiliated •with the Remington Typewriter 'Co., hayirag charge of repair work in the Williamspoi't district. New Britain Couple To Marry Here Mnri-icge intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Ernest Nelson Humphrey, Jr., and Ruby Elizabeth Nelson,,both.of New Britain. They plan to wed Jan. •). Announce Birth " '• Of Son Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Alex of Stratford announce tho. .birth . of a son, Paul, Dec, 23. Mrs. Alex is the former Louise Ann ' PcaanoHl. Seaman Returns To Florida Base • Seaman 2-c Arvid J. Anderson, Jr., has returned to the Naval Aviation Technical training center, Jacksonville, Fla., after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Anderson, 137 New street. Local {Jirl Engaged To Wed j Announcement is made of the engagement of Misn Phyllis J. Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Noble of Hillside avenue, to Fred- Tick R. Stoll. Jr., of Old Saybrook. No date has been Bet for the wedding. Miss Clark attended tho local high school and graduated from Northfield school for girls Northfield, Mass., and attended Post Junior college. Ml-.. Stoll graduated from BAIBYMAN DIES Edward J. Kacmmer of Meriden —•the first man to deliver pasteurized milk In the Silver City — is after a long illness. Kaem- njer had been in the- dairy business for 39 years. His funeral will be held Friday. NAUGATUCK NBWS (CONN.), TH tWP A Y,. J AN. *, JM7—J>AGE 3 Smith Brothers Meet Cousin By Chance On Holiday An unplanned meeting brought three Smiths together in Naugra- tuck New Year'? Day. Traffic Officer George Smith was on duty yesterday afternoon at the Main and Maple street booth. As he was talking with his brother, State Trooper Thomas Smith of the Beth- j any Barracks, a car with New Jcr- nf.v license plates stopped on the bridge. Evidently lost, the driver left his auto and approached the policemen. To the surprise of all, the direction seeking autoist was a nephew of the policemen. A frequent borough visitor, he had entered Naugatuck by a route different from the -one he usually used and had gotten lost. State trooper Smith, in his patrol car, escorted his nephew to the home of his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. William Smith, West street. So all ended well for the Smiths of New Jersey and Naugatuck on New Year's Day. Tornadoes advance across the earth at a speed of about 20 to 40 miles an hour. •« •-- -.--..%.- 1947 DIARIES AMFELZ SECRETARIES STEEL FILE CABINETS LEDGERS - JOURNALS DESK SETS CLIP FILES PUNCHES STAPLING MACHINES INVENTORY PADS TIME BOOKS IN-OUT RECORDS LABELS - TAGS LOOSE LEAF BOOKS LEDGER FORMS INKS - CLIPS - ETC. YOUR STATIONER SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY - v STORE Playraakers Drama Group To Meet The drama section of the Play- mnkers of St. Michael's Episcopal church will meet Monday evening^ Jan. C, at S o'clock in the choir room. Girl Scouts To Resume Meetings Meetings of Girl Scout troop, No. 33, under the leadership of Miss Helen Sutor, will be,. .resumed Thursday, Jan. 0. in St. 'Cecelia's hall. JANUARY SALE Of Fine duality Living Rocm Furniture l-Kll'KS SI,ASUKIM>|{ JMMKDIATK vSAI.KS AND l)l:;i/IV;i;V! X<) HOLD l/K'DKK'S! \VK XI'lKDri.lK K'OOM ! 10%t°50%° ff ni 1 rinr Sofas, (,'liairs ;niil I, i v i ii <>. isuitfs i:i piM'iix si^-iis, moilrnis ;iiiil scf- limiiils, Kuilt In sii|>t.'ri- III' slprcil'ic.'ll.ioilS Mll'. liiini IMIIIIC y covt'l'i 1 ! I. SIM; lllt'lll ll()\v! •I U'AVS '!'() \\\\ : 1. -I'.'ish. -.—( 'lui!':;•(• Accmillt. 1'uy in Januniy . . ]).-iy by March luth. •I.— l-illil^'i'l Act'Olllll A yiiMi- to pay. Small I'iirrylng chiirgi:. 1 N C'O R P O RA T E D 91-99 WEST MAIN ST%p . WATERBURY ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE Need We Say More. Our Past Bargain Giveaway Sales Will Speak for Us. If Not The Following Bargains Will. Clearance 87 DRESSES Regular to $29.98 Gabardines - Wools - Crepes Sizes 9 to 15 .10 to 20 COATS Reg. to 532.50 $10 Suedes - Tweeds - All Wool Sizes 9 to 15 SKIRTS $8.98 7 S3.98 Wools - Gabardines - Crepes Pleated - Drape - Plaids and Trik Skirts 9 to 15 24 to'32 361 DRESSES . An Extra 41 BUYS ANY 2 DRESSES In Our Entire Stock Wools - Crepes - 2 PC.' Suits Sizes 9 to 15 10 to 20 318 SWEATERS Slipover and Reindeer Reg. $3.98 to $5 Reg. $5 to S8.98 S2.85. $3.85 . 100% All Wools 14 COTTON QUILT ROBES Regular $7.98 132 BLOUSES Reg. to S5.98 Wools and Crepes ODDS and ENDS $1.00 Leather Gloves, Fascinators . Skirts - Scarfs . Bunny Mitts Shoulderettes - Compacts Blouses, "Etc. 78 BLOUSES and SWEATERS Reg. to $5.98 $1.85 ^B ^. , ,. 100% Wool Sweaters , r Blouses — tlbttbns -"Crepes' SUITS and COATS $24.99 $29.99 $39.98 $49.98 Izod — Brittany Monarch* Sizes 9, to 15 and 1 10 to 20 Kcgulai- $39.98 to $45.00 Kegular $49.98 to'$55.00 '....'.... Regular $59.98 to : $69.98 ....'.., . Regular : $75.00 ' to..$.89..98. Stroock — Forstman's HOUSE COATS, ROBES and LOUNGING PAJAMAS 1-3 Off SLIPS Regular to'$3.98 Sightly soiled ...... $2.oa Your Charge,Account , Is.-Gpod at'The Prin ; cess Shop < ALL SALES FINAL Charge Yo.ur- Purchases at .The Princess Shop

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