Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 27, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, January 27, 1947
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* All American Vets To Purchase Colors The All American Veterans will meet Thiirndny at 7:30 p. m. at the YMCA to discuss plans for a dance in tho nenr future, and to complete Brranf;omc:its for the purchiuie of post and national colors. Jack Ashmore is chairman of the color* com- Commander Frank .Tohnnon announced that committuo.t Cor uctiv- iite» of the coming year will be appointed. CLASS Thi> second of eight evening sessions in the Driving cla«« will ho held this evening at tho hlgh'school «t 7:15 o'clock, Edwin C. Miller Is conducting the course. Our Diamond* mr« f»rifi»J f or io1 9 r, ffiftit, quality.., V jo«* tfuartnu* of b 70UI aflUfUtJ* of WILLIAM SCHPERO 1MO CHURCH ST. Naucutuck, Conn. Thirty-Five At Valley Pldyers Party-Dance; More than 35 attended the party and dance given by the Valley Players, Inc., in the Millville library Saturday night, with tho cast of "Arsenic .and Old Lace" as guests of honor. Special guests included three former members, active In the dramatic group before the war: Mr. and Mrs, J. Eugene Sideroff', who have been living in Michigan, but arc now realding in New York; and Howard Anderson of New York. The program included novelty dances, dancing and refreshments. I Members honored included: Dr. | Howard Lyons, Intern at Waterbury hospital, Wallace- Sundas, Normn- Widen, Paul and Barbara Grinberg, Sclwyn Mather, Dale Wll.son, Robert Nacgo)!, Charles Ludolph, Helen Balinski, Hysal Brooks, Frank Molen and Albert Kievmnn, dlrtctor, who also played a minor role in the production. Miss Joan Dillon, Mrs. James B. Cs'ies and Hy.sall Brooks arranged the event, which is reported to have been one of the most successful ever held by the organization. February Bride; Guest Of Honor &t Shower Here A shower was held recently In honor of Miss Angelina 1 Robblatl who ' will -bo married Feb. 8 to Paul Tuozzo of Torrlngton, Mrs. Joseph Robblati and with Mrs. Venetian Blinds In Slock, * Pll" Service LEBON'S tlln Nil. .MilIII HI. Tel. 3-TJ'il Party Guest On 10th Birthday A party was held yesterday at the home ol' Mrs. Frank Baucci on Prospect street, in honor of her daughter, Lorraine, \vlio celebrated her 10th birth anniversary. Games were played and refresh{ mer.ta served. The guest of honor received many gifts. Among those a-ttondlng were: El- fnnor and Joan Klrlva, Patricia tind Barbara Kackowski, Mary Jane Burke, Loretta and Lucile Danie, Murilyn Odis, Barbara and Diana Peck, Carol Metcalf, Judy Happy, Barbara Ann and Constance Bourie, Jurfe Ann LeVasseaur, Betty Karponski, Mary Grabowski, the guest of honor and hostess- Joseph Robblnti, Jr., as .hostesses. Among those attending were: Mrs. Eugene FratesI, Miss Minnie Smythe, Miss Irene .Smythe, Mrs. Ang-elo Pompano, Miss Heles Poni- >ano, Mrs. ,Tohn Empollti, Mrs, Ruggerl, Mrs. Jean LaPer- •iere,, Mrs. Mary Coppola, Mrs. Alexander Cignottl, Mrs. Gene Della Valle. Mrs, Kay Andollna, Mrs. G. J Magnanimo, Mrs. John Feduz Mrs. Louis Finaterl, Mrs. Altoei Zollo, Miss Noreen Fratosi, Mr Andrew Fratesi, Mrs, Edward Em politi, Miss Frances Zonghett Mrs, A. H. Zonghctti, Mrs, Joh Svveikauskas, Miss Helen Sveik auskas, Mrs. William Empolfti. Miss Violet Empolitl, Miss Ros Rado, Mrs. Charles Giblno, Mis Josephine Gibino, Mrs. Rober Simat. Miss Laura Simat, Mrs. Ar mand FratesI, Mrs. Thomas Pa! miurl, Mrs. Rocco Sabia, Mrs, Wll liam Creddo, Mra. Clifford Sneldor Miss Maria Wood, Mrs.' Richart Pinto, Mrs. Anrca Laudato, Mrs. A P. Canaperi, Mrs. Rose Capec Mrs. Charles Trattcanti. Miss Marion Traflcanti, , Miss Elma TraficantI, Mrs. Martin Tatoinn, Mlsa Rose Totolan, Mrs Rose Zonghetti, Mrs. Alphonse Cig- noti, Miss Jean Amico, Mrs. Caesai Rug-gedi, Mrs. Peter Rugger), Mrs Louis Viliello, tho guest of honoi and hostt v s.3es. Family Returns From Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Harry MeCIinnis and son, Keith, 21C Quinn street, have returned from Chicago, III., where thoy have been for several weeks. Valentines v^ T ^r-vCy~v^ Pi HIM "HER M Don't Miss Our Display of RUSTCRAFT and HALLMARK VALENTINES They're Different, and Better, Too CLEVER — HUMOUROUS — SENTIMENTAL The kind you like to send — and receive Special Valentines FOR SWEETHEARTS — HUSBAND — WIPE — RELATIVES AND CHILDREN. CHILDREN'S SPECIAL Bags of Assorted Valentines 21 FOB 29c 37 FOR 59c 51 FOB 79c CONTAINS lc-3c-5c VALENTINES With i:iivolo|>es for Each Onr SAVES TIME — THE EASY WAY — The Card and Gift Shop — vW£|£|lN£l I lj STATIONER 213 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK Entertain At Kitchen Shower Mra, Joseph Sequphzin and Mies Concetta Seqticnzia, 438 South Main street, entertained at a kitchen shower recently in honor of their future daughter-in-law and sister- in-law, Miss Mary Forte of Waterbury, whose marriage to Louis Se- quenzia is to be an event of Saturday, Feb. 1. Among those attending were: Mrs. Pasquale Forte, Mrs. Joncph Forte, Mrs. Frank Stolfi. Mrs. Marya.nn DanUno, Mrs. Angelo Perczclli, Mrs. John DiBeneditto, Mrs, Michael Eergrantino, Mrs. John Sequenzia, Mrs. Fred Errico, Mrs. Rocco Galasso, Mrs. Mario Sequenzia, Mrs- Leon Garceau, Mrs. Jamee Favalc, Mrs. Mary Anthony, Mrs. Vincent Martin and Mrs. Joseph Fazzino. j Misses Louise Vagnini, Sophie Mezzio, Angelino Sequenzia, Theresa Guarlno, Josephine Cimlnera, Adeline Petruzzi, Rose Grotorici, Concetla Rio, Rose Mariano, Marlon Fazzino, Mary Sardo, Rose Rinaldi, Lillian Boucher, Julia Fugliese, Fannie Casalino, Emily Dentino, Palma Forte, Eleanor Forte, Anna Gambino, Carol Stolfi and Joan Forte. Miss Forte was also honored re cently at a grocery shower given by Mrs- Ralph Cranato, of Water bury. A-ttcnding were: Mrs. Pas qule Casalino, Mrs. Frank Denze Mrs. Anthony Morrot-Li, Mrs. Leon ard Bergantino, Mrs. Michael Ber garitino, Mrs. John Cianculli, Mrs John Cortigano, Mrs. George Di Pietro, Misses Josephine Cianculli Elena Bergantino. Palma Forte anc Zilinda Bergantino. Grange Group Installation Wednesday Installation of .the 'Juveniles , of the Beacon Valley Orange will 'be held Wednesday evening in 1 the Grange hall, with 1 - Mrs. Harold Twlng; Juvenile deputy;'of Mountain county Pomona, as - Installing officer. .'''.'' Lecturers and Viaitlhg- Masters N Y lght will be observed Friday evening at the regular mooting of the Grange. A rehearsal of the lec- urers program will be held tomorrow evening a.t 7:46. o'clock in he Grange hall. The all-day meeting of the Women's Clubs Plan Jubilee Celebration The, -Connecticut,, State F«dera- 3 In Naugatuck A calendar ot eventff for today, tomorrow and every day Today Woman's Mission Society, Salem tion.. of Women's clubs is cqlebrat-' Lutheran church, meeting. NAPQATPCK NEWS (CONN.), MOXIUY,. JAM, ing ita Golden Jubilee" this year with many of its ^0 senior clubs and 12 junior clubs planning Jubilee programs for their own mem- 3crshlp. The 'only. Golden Jubilee celebra- :lon open to ull members of the Women's, .clubs of the state will be icld In Hartford, May 13, 14 and I Woman'* club Gleaners will be held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Alice Mesa- ner, with Mrs.- Hilda Benson as hostess. Luncheon, will 'be served at noon: • The Grange bowling teams will meet Thursday evening- at the Y.M.C.A. . . . The Grange dance -will be conducted Saturday evening with the Gedarcrest ' Ramblers' furnishing music for modern -and square dancing,- Refreshments will''be available. ' • • Mrs. Grace Dickinson Berry, state music chairman, 1 3 working on plans for the presentation of -the sacred cantata "Hymn. of Pi-alse" by 'Mendelssohn as part of this celebration, A chorus of 300 voice.? from Women's 'clubs will combine" with'several men's choruses to sing this work, undfir the direction, of Lyman B: Burincll of 1 Hartford. .The soldhfts will be Miss Theresa Stich, soprano, of New York and Arthur Koret, tenor, of Hartford, Usher At Wedding Stanley Sobricski, <16 Bridge street was an usher Saturday at the wedding of his' cousin, Miss Frances Marie Opalack, to Thomas Arthui Carroll, both of Waterbury, which took place in St. Stanislaus church Waterbury. Visit Yesterday In New Haven. Visiting in New Haven yesterday were Miss Shirley Cam of Maple street, Miss Alberta Carrington of Carroll street, and Miss Lois Mancinnl of High street. Deafened Now Hear with Tiny Single Unit Science has now made it possl ble for the deafened to hear faint sounds. It is a hearing device so small that it flta in the hand and enables thousands to enjoy sermons, music, and friendly companionship, Accepted by) the Council on Physical Medicine of the- American Medical Association. This device does not. require separate battery pack, battery wire, case or garment to bulge or weigh you down. The tone is clear and powerful. So made that you cun- adjust' it yourself to suit your' Tearing: as your hearing changes Tho makers of Beltone, Dept. 4777 •150 West 19th St., Chicago 8, 111. are so proud of their achievemenl hat they will gladly send free de- criptiv'e booklet and explain how you may get a full demonstration of this remarkable hearlnjr device in your own home without risking a penny. Write Beltone today.—Adv. PAHT8 uiid SERVICE' ON ALL MAKES OF CABS B & M Motors, Inc. *•#, Hudson Agency General Itcpnlrliic 80-83 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. 6441 GET A JEEP Tour ATI IMS-OVERLAND Dw1«r LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. Off Enb»D»f Place, MEN'S and WOMEN'S CUSTOM TAILORED SUITS Come In. and See the New Cloth Samples for Easter! ! 'EMBRUSKI No. Main St. Tel. 3807 Farm Bureau Group To Sew' The Komcmaking group of the Beacon Valley Farm Bureau will meet tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock in the Beacon Valley Grange hall. Subject of tha meeting' will concern clothes closets and 'their accessories, . Members attending are requested- to furnish a yard of chintz, cre- onne or plastic material, and a .ompete sewing- set. Those desiring o make hat boxes are asked to iring a corrugated cardboard box. A pot-luck luncheon will'be served t noon. Birthday Party Held Yesterday Avery lecture. Social Meeting;, Juniorcttos, Wesleyan Service Guil'd Coiiwnunlty Parent-Teacher association meeting. Junior Woman's club, installation of officers. Jan. Zg Industrial council, meeting. Annual meeting St. Michael's Episcopal church. Naugatuck Teachers L e a g u e, , /needing. Jiun 20 Columbian Rebek.ah 1'odge, installation. of officers. St, Michael's' Men'a club, smoker. Desert-bridge, American Legion auxiliary, Jim. 81 Pond Hill Community club card party. Bakery sale, St. Michael's Guild. Registrars of Voters sit. vMarch of Dimes Benefit Basketball, Marry Morticians against Post office and Purple Knights .. .against United States Rlbher.i Dancing after the games to the Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Racki, 206 ' mUB !£ of ^embi'uskrs orchestra', at North'Hoadley street, entertained! 1 n A at a birthday party yesterday af-I ternoon In honor of their son, Hen- ! ry, Jr., who observed his third birth- I day. ' . . I C. A. aerie of Eagles, Past Presidents Night." High School junior class dance. To Elect Officers At Meeting Tonight The Naugatuck Community Ban will hold the annual election o officers tonight at 8 o'clock. Th band has welcomed bach In th past yeur a number of former members who were In the armc services and la looking forward t another year of progress. The band is very fortunate to have as director Dayton Palmer who tbl past year completed four years a director of Army Air Forces band and is director of bands and or chestras throughout Connecticut He has introduced many modern conceptions or music into the rehearsals of the community band ao that many • professional musicians are showing an interest in the band and are sitting in on rehearsals to get the benefit of Mr. Palmer's directing-. The band is always willing- to accept into membership residents of Naugatuck who have played band instruments. Rehearsals arc held each Monday night in the Tuttle Music Shed at 8 o'clock. COLDS FIGHT MISERY where'you feel It-rub throat, chest and , backwitbttme-tested VVAPOlfus Men's CboriiA Plans Rehearsal Tonight • The Nauc»tuek Mcn'i Chorui meeU tonl(ht «t 7:45 o'clock At the YMCA to Mart rchearMln for their Bprlng concert, Prenldent Edgar Wymtt announced U>4«y. The rehcaraali. will be under direction of Jem F. Davia, , The Chorui In now. open to m«mb*r*hlp and local rciidcnti with an interest In- »i rung are urged to attend. REV. BELt, From Scar«dal«, New York, come* word of the- death of the Rev. Robert Bell. Rev. Bell served in - the nlnlstry at New Haven for S8 yearn He was 82 yeam old. The wnierfiills o f the Cascade de avcrnic In France are 1,385 tt«t igh or eight time* the height of Niagara in North America. JANUARY F U* SALB UNDER WAY M ft. MAIN STREET WMtortrary t*t *mT Among: those attending were: Pe-' n i E»-I sr and David Moody, Judy, Walter «OUple 1116 install Club Officers Tonight Officers of the newly organized unlor Woman's club will be in- tailed at ceremonies to be conduci- d tonight at 8 o'clock in the Amerca-n Legion Memorial Home, 21 and Mary Haas, Jean Marie Racki, Neil Houston, Richard Foulkrod, Joseph and Karen Emmons, Cheryl and Gary Johnson, Roger and Paul Bradford, Carol and Jean Gerard. Walter Lysklewicz, Mrs. Agnes 'Lyskiewlcz, . Mr. and Mrs. Roach Racki, Miss Bernice Racki, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Racki, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Emmons. Mr. and Mrs. John Haas, Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Foulkrod, the guest of honor and parents. Surgical Patient Returns Home Mrs Albert W. Holm berg of Intentions Marriage intentions have been filed in the office of ToWh Clerk Rymond J. St- John by Nellie Jasinski, £9 Spring street, and James S. Lombardo, Waterbury. The couple plan to marry Saturday, Feb. 15 in St. Mary's church. Donald Sears Visiting Parent* Donald Sears, student at Rensscl- aer, is spending a two-week vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Scars of Pond Hill. Mr. Sears recently completed his freshman year at RenMel'aer and was ex- M. Barry Keegan GLAMOUR PORTRAITS 108 Bank St. , Waterbury .font* Morgan Bldg-. TeL 4-5384 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store ISt CHUBCH 8TRKBT White Enameled STEEL CABINETS mitxM tndMw — fa.* 12x18x60 Inche* — $IS.W R&P METAL WORKS M 80. MAIN 8TRRET <•«•!>) Expert Welding of All TypM Fonrlne. Sheet Metal and Ornamental St*rf Work sheet and Bw Metal tar Sato Telephone «71 edar street. Mrs. Ivy Needhnm , Long Isl.-ind Colleg-e hospital. Brook- f Waterbury, will be the install-! lyn, N. Y., where she was a sur- ng officer. ' gical patient. Sweeney street, has returned from cused from taking all final exams, due to high scholastic standing. He will beKin his sophomore year when he returns to school, Feb. 11. WOMEN'S SHOES SIZES 4, 4V 2 AND 5 ONLY Values to. $5.95 $ J.OO NORWASITS NEWD The car that is really new; leads its field in sales and demand. Smoothest performance in history. Lowest priced car with Fluid-Driye. 1 • FLOATING POWER • ALL-FLUID DtlVI • FULL-FLOATINO RIDI HOTCHKISS STREET GARAGE 47 Hotchkiss Street

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