Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 17, 1949 · Page 11
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 11

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, November 17, 1949
Page 11
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Chatter By KENNY CLYMER- George Goodwin. • our athletic coach, expects to be out of the hospital today. George entered Southington hospital Sunday to undergo a knee operation for a recur- rance of an old injury. George hopes to. be at the Recreation Field tomorrow to take up the preparation of the local football squad, for their annual rivalry with Ansonia Thanksgiving Day. Frances Simmons, who graduated front the local high school with the of '47, now ii nurx«». was . tlii* principal speaker ut ati U.H- »«*ml>ly for prospective nurses in room 31, music period, Tuesday. We understand that there Is a tea being arranged for prospective teachers in Torrington next Monday. For further information see yiiss Florence Anderson, guidance teacher. Mike Magus, who graduated, year, was tho louder of the Sniiko ' former student, hau entered tho U. ,S. Army. We wish to congratulate Marjory Sal iron for the, winning of the Juy- 4n> "I Spr.uli j'or Democracy" contest. The Naugatuck American Legion has announced that they are go- in^ to sponsor a public speaking contest in the near future. More in- fornuiUun will be available later. Senior Projects chairman Pat Roy tells us that the sale of the pen and pencil sets arc going rap- Idly and anyone wishing to order one. should act immediately. Anyone desiring to buy one should contact the members of the senior activities committee, or see Miss Roy. Scholarship announcements from Lowell Tech, Carleton College, and Trinity College, have been received at the office. For further Information, students are asked to report to the conference room. The bonfire, celebraUns Naugatuck High's victory last Saturday, was lit by Charlie Alegi with a sign obtained from one local store window. The sign was an invitation to Naugatuck players for the Seymour "victory dance" to be held that evening. Senior Class officers, activities committee, and members of the Garnet Glimpses staff, have commenced work on selecting a class book cover. _ , following Xaugatuc!;'s win i ovc.r Seymour, which danced in mid out of South Main St. stores, and urotind the streets lust Saturday evening. « i The Naugatucx Hign School ,-holr. under the direction of Jesse .Davis, is making tentative plans radio broadcast during the Christmas season. Students ar« asked to return their report cards as soon as possible. A pep dance will be held next Saturday evening in the high school <?ym. The dance Is planned to help build up the spirit in the members of the Garnet and Grey football squad for the Thanksgiving Day tussle with Ansonia. The senior class still has a few t boxen .of Christmas cards left, In > case anyone is interested. Terry Sulkoski and Clarice Swan. both of whom graduated last year, and former cheerleaders, paid a visit to Miss.. Virginia Smith, social studies teacher and cheerleaders' faculty advisor, one day last week . TRUMAN WELCOMES ACHESON HOME Upsala College President To Talk At Salem Lutheran NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, NOV. 17. 194»—PAGE I AUTO BODY WORKS 37 IIOTCHKISS ST. TEL. 6159 — Collision Specialists — render* — Bodk* — Auto Painting Towing Service Bob Ral)(oy, treasurer of the ssn- ior class, has reqiieRtod that all '.nick duns bo paid up as soon as qosslbks. Several of the senior boys are planning to take the NROTC cx- nns in Waterbury In December. We wish t<» «x(ciul our congratulations to Ituymoml K. Fol«y on his appointment as principal •>{ the high school. J> o ri AndorHon, class of '4f>, dropped in for a visit Tuesday. Part or the goal fioatB, svhlch were torn down at Seymour Saturday, has been painted and the score of ..«; prmveU on it. it will probably be soon lumping on a wail in the .school in the near future. 1950 AutoModels? With 1949 Prices (By United Press) Auto makers may be showing brand now cars in their 1950 models this year... .tout it looks likf the price tags will show the name old figures. 'lhat'a the general reaction of auto industry sources to news that Fold Motor company 'will keep prices at the .i'ame level on its new models. It probably means that •General Motors and other auto makers will ..follow suit. So far only one car manufacturer, Nash motors, has ordered prices cut on its IMC modela. Wnen Niitili look thcj wraps off its new autos less than two months ago. it announced price-cuts of from $73-to $140. I3ut General Motors—the biggest producer in the industry-has been keeping mum on prices. And Inilicnt.lons arc that when it unveils il« new models, their price taifs will remain the name as this year's O-M cars. On Way to Prison BACK IN WASHINGTON after attending the Foreign Ministers conference in Paris and visiting western Germany, Secretary of State Dean Achcson (left) is greeted at Washington National Airport by President Truman and Mrs. Acheson. The Secretary reported he hod reached a "full agreement" with British and Trench ministers on west Germany's .inclusion in Europe's political and economic future, (international SoundnhcM We understand that Elaine Luce, DON'T LET MOTHER Skate Out To The Clothes Reel This Winter She may break a leg or arm or have pneumonia. Buy Her A Hamilton Clothes Dryer The Dryer that puts fresh air and sunshine in your clothes. FREE TRIAL and EASY TERMS 9 OPKN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS • CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATERBURY ROAD, WATERTOWN. PHONE 275 Purchasing Agents Meet In Seymour The Purchasing Agents' Ariso^la- llon of Conv:cr,ticut will hold th'iir monthly dinner meeting on Tue.s- day. Nov. 22, al. Swan Mcmr>m<, Seymour. Dinner will be served at 0:30 p. m. I | The giir-nr. (ijieuknr will be f!nor;rs j A Remu'd, executive Mocrcl'iry- Li - H«!iurcr of the National AHHUR!- ntlon of Purchasing AgentH. Mr. llenard's topic will be 'From One F. A. to Another'. Hros. Raymond Blngham, of t.he International Sliver Co., Mcrlden, will preside at this meeting during which the nominating committe will nominate the officers and Directors for 1950. %COAk DISPUTE Washington — Tho soft coal dls- puto was turned over to President I'ruman today. The Federal Mediation Service loft It up to <the President to take action to avert another walkout threatened for Dec. 1. Dr. Evald B. Lawson, president of U.psula college, East Orange, N. J., will bo speaker Sunday evening' at 7 o'clock at the Snlom Lutheran church, In a service "sponsored by the Luthc;' League of the chur/ch. Tho event will be a Youth Rally to which al) youths of churches in the Naugatuck Council df Churchos have been Invited to attend. Dr. Lawson wan born In Brockton, Mnt-H., and graduated from Up,-ala college In 1925 nad Augois- tana Theological seminary In 1928. He was ordained a pastor of the Lutheran church, the sainj year, and held a pastorate in the Trinity Lutheran church, White Plains, N. Y., from 1928 to 1838. Tie received the doctor of theology degree at the Biblical seminary in New York in 1937 and also pursued graduate 'Study al Columbia university and Union Theological seminary. Made a Knight of the Royal Order of Vaaa toy King Gustaf V of Sweden in 1943, he also is a contributor to literary ind theological f leriodicals. Dr. Laiwran became president of UV-'sala college Decerrlber, 1938, and Is president, of New Jersey association of colleges and universities this year. COMPKNHATION Benjamin MlrundoM, Nitugatituk, v.'ill receive weekly payments of $32 beginning Oct. 1 for an Injury to his left leg- sustained In the employe of D. V. Frione, Co., New Haven, according to an agreement approved yesterday, by Workman's Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasow. NOLLE Walter 8. Karwackl, 32, of 12 Lines Hill street, was granted a nolle on payment of $24 when he appeared in Walcrbury City Court yesterday on a charge of speeding. TAKE HOME Fresh Pastry and Cream Pies from I ANDY'S CAMPUS CHURCH ST. Delivered Dally from Rehcr Bakery, New York DBESB UP YOUR HOME DIVORCE BY REGIONS' Newark—The Atlantic coastal region has the lowest divorce rate In the country; the mountain area has the highest. DR. HAROLD E. DAVIDS Optometrist Announces Friday Evening Office Hours 0:30 to 3:30 IN ADDITION TO. REGULAR 9 TO 5:80 DAILY HOURS OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT- BO MAPLE STREET— TEL. 6178 WITH A BEAUTIFUL TABLE CLOTH • Lace Cloth • 9 Crash Linens • • Rayon Damask • • Imported Linens • • Cotton Damask • Beautiful TABLE CLOTHS from $2.49 to $19.95 In popular table sizes ranging from 54" to 108". MANY OF OUR NATIONALLY ADVERTISED TABLE CLOTHS CAN BE HAD WITH MATCHING NAPKIN SETS BOSTON STORE OPEN DAILY 9:30-5:45 — FRIDAY TILL 9:46 BAG IN HAND, Iva Togurl D 1 Aquino (Tokyo Rose) leaves the County Jail In San Francisco, for the Federal Women's Prison at Alderson, West Va., to start serving her ten- year sentence. She will become eligible for parole in three years and four month*. International) FJer 'Diamonds Unmounted for (Skristmas 'A beautiful and practical gift that will enhance the value and appearance of her precious gems. We illustrate but a fen' of our many designs. Special prices on orders left now for Christmas delivery. Charge & Budget Purchases Invited m-fl-GReen JCUJCLGRJ SlhC€ 1898 117 BANK STREET, WATERBURY 00 YOU WANT YOUR HOME TO There Are No Limitatio ns When You Choose Our UPHOLSTERED LIVING ROOM FURNITURE Yes, regardless of your architect design, your color scheme or decorating motif . . . you can choose just the right pieces, in the perfect covers to round out your overall planning. We illustrate here only a few of the scores of two and three piece ^suites, sofas, love seats, chairs and ottomans from which you can make your selections. Two or three cushion sofas, pillow arm' styles . . . channeled, tufted, loose pillow, or individually attached pillow backs . . . flub wing, lounge, barrel, fan or occasional type chairs . . . Lawson Regency, Chesterfield, Chippendale, Duncan Phyfe, Tuxedo, English lounge, modern, Transitional' or Sectional designs. Select the frames you desire from our floor sample display and then pick your favorite covers from hundreds of friezes, mohairs, tapestries, damasks, mate- lasses, brocades or brocatelles. Place your order now to be assured of delivery before Chrisfmas. / Square or Roll Arm Lawson design in two or three cushion style. SOFA with Spring Cushions, from $148.00 . . . with Latex Foam Cushions, from $179.30, CHAIR with Spring Cushlon, v Crorn $82.00 . . . with Latex Foam: Cushion, from SW2.JO. CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION:— Selected hardwood frames ore double doweled and corner blocked. Hourglass coil spring* in seat platfortns are cinched to 32 oz. burlap and hand tied 8 ways with Imported upholsterer's twine. Platform tops are insulated with ample layers of moss and cotton felt padding. Spring edge of platforms are double stitched for durability and shape retention. Rubber dipped, rust and noise resistant innerspring units in seat .and back cushions are fully encased In burlap to prevent cupping of the generous layers of cotton felt filling. Back cuahion units arc .set on no-sag springs attached to frames. Meticulous tailoring Is apparent in every detail in the application of the outer covers. OPTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS:— TRIM: self-welt,boucle or moss edging. CUSHIONS: T nncrspring, latex'foam, down, ilowny- sprlng or hair, filling. ^ BASES: Plain, fringed, valance or kick-pleat skirt. LEGS: Plain or brass ferulee. SOFAS: Some* styles available in love float or three- quarter sizes. . ; COVERS: From our uumple rack, muslin or furnished by you. LATEX FOAM: Available also In tack and arms. Bl! •(Above) Large size wing chair with high* back and Queen Anne claw and ball legs. With . spring cushion, from 306.00 . . . with Latex Foam cushion, from $106.50. .(Right) the new Sheffield Sectional group with square Lawson arms and T cushions, for you folks who love to arrange and re-arrange your furniture. RIGHT OR LEFT END SECTIONS with (spring cushions, from' $70.60 each ... with Latex Foam cushions, from $80 each. CURVED CENTER SECTION with spring cushions, from $14(4.50 . . , with Latex Foam cushions, from $166.60. (Above) New flat arm design with concave front. Fringed bases and boucle or moss trim Included in price. SOFA with spring cushions, from F221.00 , . , with Latex Foam cushions, from (252.00. CHAIR with spring cushion, from $1211.00 . . . with Latox Foam cushion, from $131.50. (Right) Transitional ntyling with sloped arm. Fringed bases and boucle or moss trim Included. SOFA with spring cushions, from £196.00 . . . with Latex Foam cushions from 0226.50. CHAIR with spring uushlons, from $107.00 . . . with Latex Foam cushion, from Jll8."iM). Store Open Thursday Evenings Until 8:45 P. M. INCORPORATED Convenient Weekly or Monthly Club Plan Term* Arranged ill-99 WEST MAIN STREET WATERBURY

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