Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 29, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, November 29, 1949
Page 8
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PAGE 8—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, NOV. 20, I94i> What's Doing In Naugatuck Tuesday, ISov. 29 Meeting of Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women, St. Francis' church hall, 8 p. m. Pubic card carty, bingo, under auspices of Ladies auxiliary, Crusader po»t, Veterans of Foreign War*, VFW Home. 8 D. tn. Wednesday, Nov. 30 Monthly meeting of The Playmak- ers, 3t. Michael's parish house, pot luck supper, 6:30 p. m., meeting, 8 p. m. Re*ru!ar meeting. Prospect street •chool Parent-Teacher association, t p. m. Friday, Doc, 2 Christmas Bazaar, sponsored by Friendship Circle of Immanuel Lutheran church at the church, 7:30 p. m. Food Sale, Brennan's Store, 10 a. m., Sponsored by Glendole Manor Community Club. Saturday, Dec. 3 Square dancing, open to the public, Lewis Memorial hall, St. Michael's parish house, 8 p. m. 4 Sunday, Uoc. 4 St. Francis' Holy Name Society Forum, Rev. Benjamin Masse, S. J-. speaker, 8 p. m., St. Francis' School hall. Vesper service of Evergreen chapter, Order or Eastern Star, Methodist church, 4 p. m. Thui-Hilay, lice, g Chrlstman bazaar and public supper, Evergreen chapter, Order o* Eastern Star, Masonic Temple, bazaar opens 1 p .m.,, suijper, 5 to 7 p. m. Better Schools Topic Of Seymour Meeting Of Service Bureau "Better Schools for Connecticut" will be discusser! in Seymour December 2. Under the auspices of the Service Bureau for Women's Organlzationw, n pane! of expert* In th<> fluid of education will dln- CUMK Connecticut's .public school system. The meeting, one In a aeries of similar sessions being conducted thrnitfhout the state by the Service Bureau, will bo held in Seymour's Confrroffattomil Church HOUA<: beginning n.t 11:00 o. m. Morning wperutera will bo Mrs. Henry T. Godfrey of New Haven; Victor Pitkln. Stiito Department of Education, and Miss Sally Topp^n. clnsuroom twielior In West Haven. In thfi uftornofm anollhcr pnnul will (lineup* the luiicher'H role In tlic educational Hystemr. Partlcl- pantH will be Mrw Robert H. Mahoney of Hartford, a member of the Governor's Fact Finding Commission in Education; Miss Nellie Ncwbcrry, State Department of Education; Mrs. Fayctto Ovcrholt, Danbury State Teachers College; Miss Charlotte laham, Rural Supervisor of Schools), Woodbury. Mrs. Eutlcr P. Crittcndon of Southbury will ,pirea!de in the mor- nlnp nnd Mrs. John A. .Brikur of Westport •will conduct t)he afternoon session. Cooperating with the Service Bureau, which is on educational project of the Beatrice Fox Auesbach Foundation in Hartford, are members of the Seymour Bourd of EMu- callon, I'.-T.A. tfrou]w and tho Seymour Council of Church Women. Mrs. II. A. Ijco of Seymour is in charge of local arrangements. A preliminary planning- session was held recently In the office of Herman Urban, Seymour Superintendent of SohoolH. The meeting will bo o-pnn to th« ipubllc Those 'planning to attund should bring a box lunch. Coffee will be served. PATENTS Two Naugatuck residents are among- a group issued patents Nov. 22, by the U. S. Patent Office, according to a list compiled by the office of Harold G. Manning, of Walerbury. They arc: William R. Spearrln, n fly closure, assignor to the Scovlli Mfg. Co., Waterburp; and Frank R. Valentine, Jr., N-(hydro arly) pyrroles as deterioration rctardcrs assignor to the U. S. Rubber Co., New York. BOROUGH BRIEFS FLORIDA FRO8T Chicago—The first front of the WHMon In Florida ha* canned damage ewtlmutod at five-million dollars to the winter vegetable crop. for a public card party, to be held Tuesday night, Dec. 6, in Falcon hall, will bo completed at a meeting of St. Hedwig's Sodality tonight at 8 o'clock in the class rooms of the parochial school. iMIas Dolores Rimkoakl, president, -will be in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Pcaslei; of Cross street had as their Thanksgiving guests, Mr. Peas- loo's uncle, Burnharn Jacques of Boston, MOBS., and Mr. and Mm. E. A. Hanscom and daughter, Joan. of Manchester, relatives of Mr«. Peaslee. B U T K U 8 Vtlantic Borvioe Station Fern and Cheiitnut BU. NOW OPEN! I Atlantic Top Orndn Oil 8econd-to-none SOe-Sto FOB QUICK RK8ULTH THY I)AIJ,V NKWS WANT AIJ.H Advertisers! In order to insure publication of- your advertising on the day desired, all copy must be in this office not later than 3 p. m. day before publication. NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS _*__ What a Gift... YOUR PICTURES 60 SECONDS AFTER YOU SNAP THEM •butter. Pull a paper tafc. Sixty seconds later, open the camera and lift out a beautiful, big, tailing print ... all finished, for all to enjoy right on the »pot! No tanlu. No liquids. Anjtmt can nap them . . . ntiyoiu can enjoy them . . . on Christmas morning and for yean and yean to comet TMay . . . while we can still rewire one for you for Chrittmai ... come in and see the amazing POLAROID pkrur«-in-a-minut» camera «» $ 89 75 c on MI? 1»tmt, if you like) WILHELM, INC. W. Main St. Tel. 4-0131 Waterbury "On The Green" Bargains Roos — Lane CEDAR CHESTS RICCARDO FURNITURE CO. 467 WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury Phone 4-6292 WAYSIDE Farm Market Naugatuck-Waterbury Ed. A One Stop Market FRUITS and VEGETABLES MEATS and GROCERIES Phone 4-9632 Waterbury 5 TARNOWSKFS MARKET Quality Meats and Groceries ORDERS TAKEN FOR * CHRISTMAS TURKEYS NOW. FREE DELIVERY 19 Cherry Street Phon* 2217 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES For Xmas See OLAPP, ROSE & VAUGHN, INC. 11 Lewis St., Waterbury Phone 4-2129 BEACON KIDDIE TOYLAND NOW OPEN Completely Set Up With the Largest Selection in Town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. WATEKHUHY . IDEAL MARKET Choice MEATS & GROCERIES Turkeys for ChriNtmas 2 South Main Bt, Tel. 4930 AURORA Grocery Store Meat*, Groceries, Fruit* «nd Vngetables 18 MAY ST. FHONJE, 4914 MELBOURNE FLOWER SHOP FlorlstH ft in no IIMMJ Meinlier of F. T. T>. ISO Rubber Ave. Tel. 5220 MAPLE LEAF Restaurant GIRADLI BROS., I'ropH. AN IDEAL SPOT FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY RnOHonable price* 172 MAPLE ST. Phone 4857 FOR CHOICE MEATS Stop at Henry's Market 10 Church St. Tel. 3496 Log's Restaurant A Good Place To Hold Your Christmas I'urty 50 HIMIHIK ST. Thonn 481)7 Ray's Hardware Authorized Dnnlcr PKATT & J,AMBKRT PAINT 81 Rubber Avo. Phone 7ZOO CHESTER'S Army & Navy Store Special ChrlHtman BarRal 24 South Main St. . Old Furniture Made Into New Furniture MATTRESSES REMADE STANLEY'S UPHOLSTERY SERVICE 51 Maple St., Waterbury Phnne 4-0279 rap** / v :/ DODGE and PLYMOUTH Dealer A new Docile or Plymouth makes an ideal XmaN gift. Hotchkiss Street Garage John J. Mozilauskas, Prop. Phone 6727 / She'll 4 ^ love 'em! Charge It At RAPHAEL'S, INC. 108-110 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK For CAMERAS, PROJECTORS or PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES SKE Speeds Y'H I^arifcut CAMERA SHOP 21 Grand St., Waterbury APEX WATTS ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE For Christmas Straits Turnpike Phone 3-4570 LEYNARD'S BOLLS From $1.00 to $25.00 0SE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN 170 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5990 Now is the Time to Make Your Selections for Christmas of DIAMONDS, WATCHES, and GIFTS C. H. TOMLINSON Neary Building Maple Street Naugatuck Roosters Broilers Chickens Capons TURKEYS Rabbits High-Way Drive In Naugatuck- Waterbury Highway Tel. 4872 MORRISSEY PRINTING CO. 26 CANAL ST. Waterbury Social — Busim-Hs Wedding Invitations — 24 HOUR SERVICE — Telephone 3-4118 MACK ICIUSHLICR TEL. WTDY. 8-1M2 tnaujtjfHofun ;,,£ UTU N »I«N CHRISTMAS GIFTS 43 CKNTKR .STREET OF SOLID MAPLE WATERBURY, CONN. PAUL'S PACKAGE STORE Choice IVIIIPM. Lliinom nml lifers Tnkn ,Ailninlu«o i>l (>| lr Fr«i< Parkinit Knitco ITfft Dellverr IBS PrnKiiccl Nt. Tnlon «'lly IN'rmltti'f ATSN ASIIAK. Tel. .-.*«» Maytag Makes Your Dollar Go Further! mtnorCotf IBn€ | low ANDROPHY'S RADIO & APPLIANCE CO. 15 Church St. 413 No. Main St. Naugatuck Union City Tt-l. 0490 — 0401 Nnuitatuck'H Only Authorized Maytag; Dealer CHARLIE'S PACKAGE STORE Choice Holiday Liquor* 189 Rubber Ave. — Tel. 0117. Ansonia Travel Agency NauRatucli Valley Headquurtcrii For AH AlrllncH And Stoumnhlp Companion Tourn, Crulnes, HotelB ANSONIA TRAVEL AGENCY Capitol Room 102 Tel. 4085 Conn. GIVE A YMC A Membership an a ChrlNtma* Gift that will give hnpplncNK all the yenr round. Tho B lft Mother, Dad, Sinter, Brother can enjoy. It iiddit new frlcmlK, fun, and healthful recreation. Inquire Today at Tho Y M C A COLUMBIA RECORDS «>«WlCVI(!CIC«ICI«iClCICWI(IC<CI(lC<C!CIC JOE'S Dutch Front Grille 75 Spring; St. Phone 4929 Favorite Stories, Games, Music . . . For every child on your Christmas Jist. Available on sensational Columbia LONG PLAYING Records or conventional 78 RPM records. THE MUSIC SHOP — Everything Musical — 88 Church St. Phone 5287 <TEI,KVIHION m PIAJVON 4 REr.MHH) HENCO SILKS D9 South Main St. Waterbnry, Conn. >If It'H By The -Yard We Have It SEW and SAVE THE HARNESS SHOP Jonh •!. Connole, Prop. The oldest leather-goods store in Waterbury offers you the finest in leather billfolds, briefcases, gloves, and belts. GENUINE LEATHER and AIRPLANE LUGGAGE 70 GRAND ST. TEL. 4-7383 WATERBURY. GUS' SMOKE SHOP A Complete Line of FISHING & HUNTING EQUIPMENT Christmas Toys Cigar* Candy Cigarettes 402 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City When You Think of BUICK Think of HUNT BUICK 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 5600 CABS BOUGHT & SOLD SKIPPY MAGEE MOTOR SALES 2M Watertown Avo. Tel. Wtby. 4-8981 or Wtn. 124W1 BILLRADO'S SMOKE SHOP Wholesale Prices on All SOFTBALL EQUIPMENT To!. 11(12 BILL PARKER NEWS STORE Glnnon Greeting Cardn Individual and boxed assortments. CHURCH STREET Valley Automotive Electric Carburetors Generators South Wind Heaters Sales & Service 117 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. 5619 V. E. GUSTAFSON POM & IVnt'il' SotH — Toy XMAS CANDY Evening In Paris Sets Patent Medicines 169 RUBBER AVE. Phone 4996 LANE " OA « CHINA — GLASS Greeting Cards Lamps — Yarns Housewares i I Everything for Christmas STRISIK'S CENTER ST. WATE3RBURY The Naugatuck Fuel Co. ELECTRIC IRONER Special Christmas Price $99-50 REO POWER LAW MOWERS At Bargain Priced The Perfect Gift... for sweetheart, wife, dciighter. mother. H»j all of the LANE exclusive feature]. Guaranteed moth protection. Only $ 1 down delivers. UNI-CUAMNHID

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