Chatt el' By KKNNV CI.YMKR The N*au?r,inick Iliph School bns- kc.tboJI team will open their sea- non at the local YMCA t.bis Saturday evening: by opposing; Trinity Parish bojM' Club of New Haven. The JV teams of the two squuds will start off the e%-ening at 7:30 p.. m. Coach George Goodwin is facing- a task of rebuilding', a~ piacticully all of last year's squaii svas lost by graduation but he exf.ects to come up wibli a suitable ari-ay for Vho opening encounter. :or JWiss Johnson during; her ah- t«Mice from classes. We're Rlad to see Tom Szczcp- j kowsUi back in his classes aguin. I Toni, a junior, was confined to his 1 home with a cn.se of pneumonia j 101- more than two weeks. Trinoipal Kay Foley and memh- bcrs of the faculty held a meeting in the school library, Monday after 1 school. t was one of the malmstayn of Gar- iiBt tmikeni lu*|. year. Jean Carripboli; iirul MjirR-nrel. Emery, both home on Th;inltas?iv- ing- vacation, dropped in at tho school for' a. visit last Wednesday morning. They stopped in just in ilnic to witness tho Pre-Ansonin | Naug-atuck football gramc pep rally. i Jean is attending- the University of Bridgq ort, while Margaret is .-.tudying- fit Rider Colleg-e, of Trenton, N. J. Miss Martha Johnson, of the Business department was on an evaluating team at Meriden High The Nausatuck High School Swimming team, under the direction of Coach Alex "Gimbo" Sullivan, held their firrt official practice at the local Y pool Monduy evening. School. Tuesday .and Wednesday of this week. ..Mrs. MtJvin EngeUad filled In I Twenty-four students reported for the session and the prospects' the coming season are good. for VENETIAN BUNDS STAY BEAUTIFUL BECAUSE THEY STAY Clean Our blinds custom made with new FLEXALUM spring tempered slats . . . actually shed dust . . . wipe clean with a flick of a* cloth. "Won't fade. Keep their lovely newness for years and years. BLINDS from $3.20 up SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STOKE 70 Church St. — Phone 5866 Coach Sullivan says anyone who wishes to try out for the team, but failed to report Monday may- come down again next Monday. Commander Piper, of Waterhnry gavp a talk to the senior boys on. the Naval Reserve during Music Period Tuesday in Room 23. Anthony Miele, of College English B, introduced the speaker. . At the same time, Miss Lydia I Glidden, of Fisher College of Boston, spoke to the senior girls in Room 22 Barbara McCarthy of College English B, was in charge of the program. Senior class officers . and senior , activities committee have held several meeting:: of late to plan a dance for the month of the December. President Roger Currier hopes to have plans complete soon. We are looking forward to the Christmas class assemblies, which arc heing planned. The Seniors will hold theirs December 20, and the Freshman the 21st. The Sophomore and Junior classes have not as yet announced their intentions. Several boys in the ,<-.Gnior class aroplanning to take the NROTC tests Saturday morning-. Ben Randall, who graduated with j the class of '49, has told us in a recent letter that he will be swimming the 220-yard free-style eventfor R. p. I. this season. Ben TONY'S Poultry Market 100 JOHN STREET Tel. 2691 ||Finest Live Poultry, Fresh Killed] and Dressed to Your Order. BROILERS, FRYERS, BAKERS, ETC. In All Sizes. EGGS at ALL TTMEsf * -g ^ * DISTINCTION */U--*r/J^ • ".*: ''^^^(Kfr® B * RE [ Giving Luggage of quality is a most sensible crift. Fisher's Luggage Shop has been known for over 10 years as a iuggag<? shop of distinction with a complete stock of Luggage qndi UmbreJIas of the better kind. Walk up one flight and save. UMBRELLAS §195 FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS up WEEK-END CASES OVERNIGHT CASES .... TWO SUITERS . . $1500 FISHER'S LUGGAGE SHOP 111 SOUTH MAIN ST. WATERBURY Up One Flight WE RE-COVER AND REPAIR UMBRELLAS AND LUGGAGE WHAT'S BETTER FOR CHRISTMAS? Than A Clothes Washer i We Have i BENDIX, HOTPOINT, EASY, MAYTAG, UNIVERSAL, THOR AUTOMAGIC, and AUTOMATIC. We Have the Reindeer to Deliver Them. • EASY TERMS e THE BEST IN TKAnK-IN VALUES OPEN WED. AND THUKS. EVENINGS CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATERBURY ROAD, TFATERTOWN, PHONE 87I5 he «pt>n In union with l.hu' Unl- . vci-Hlty of Coiini-.-Ucut li'rctthiimn l>nskcU)iill Kifiiad till* KI^INCIII. Clmr- llc |>iirllvl|iul.c(l In lii«Nlti-(l)iill, fool- liall und luiKf.lMdl with th<> while In iiltfli m-hocil Mr.:. .Teancttc Muty.kin's U. S. HiHtni-y :!]IIMSI»! will h!>!d olcrUons in Hie ;\?.;ir future. Each clnse will have a U. S. Histoty club, which will hold meeting (luring- clai-.j once every t'.vo U.N. CHIEF AT NEWSPAPER FETE Trisco Gridders Students in Miss Colette Daly's Senior French Class enjoyed piny- ing; binsro, using: notlr'ng but the Frtnch throughout the entire peri- !/* 1 Ct *I ilancel bfnke or. Movies on football plays and rules were ,^-hown in George Goodwin's gym classes, Mondav The Senior class still has n few pen and pencil sets that they wish to sell. With the favorable reports of those .who have already .purchased them, we think that they would make very nice Christmas presents if you can't think of what to give your friends or parents for rhe Yule season. Many seniors are busy sending in applications for various colleges around the country. W« want, tn wish them all "Good Luck." Charlie Aquavia, claw of '49, will Sn.n Francisco, Dec. 1— The San Francisco 43'ers "a'Wf off a threatened strike ^ agreed lo play Now York on Pun dfiy in nn Mi-America Conference playoff game. The 49'et-s, asking lor extra playoff pay, had scheduled *i meeting for this morning. But. a team spokesman says a secret session was held last night 'end the players decided their obli- I gation to the fans was more impor- j tant than the quarrel with Ihe owners. NATJOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. DEC. 1. IMft—PAOK I Sweat Provisions The skin of the average adult contains approximately 3,000,000 sweat glands. GUEST OF HONOR at the annual dinner dance of the New York Newspaper Women's Club, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, U.N. President Carlos P. Romulo keeps the dlstafl side highly entertained as he tells them an amusing story. Pictured in the distinguished group are (1. to r.): Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt; Romulo; Marion Clyde McCarroll, president of the oreanization. and Marearet Truman. (International) Funerals Mrs. Siulle Rclnauer Funeral service,* for Mrs. Sadie (Tenpleton) Reinauer, 81, widow of tvie late Frank Reinauer. who died yesterday at her home, 55 Central avenue after residing in the borough for the past 50 years, will be held tomorrow morn ing. at 11 o'clock at tho Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park Place. The Rev. Winfred B. Langhorst, Rector of St. Michael's Episcopal Church will officiate with burial in Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 an from 7 to 9 o'clock. .Scydcl Funeral Home, Milford. Ue- Kidc» Mrs, Keating, he leave* hi* wife, another daughter and a »on. GOING TO BOSTON j Raymond K. Koley, Naugatuck | High School principal, will go to I Boston tomorrow to attend the an! nual convention of the New Er.g- | land Association of Secondary i School Principals. Sessions will be • held tomorrow and Saturday. Frans O, Stroberg The funeral of Frans Oscar Stro- borg (51, of 1003 Wa:terto.wn avenue, Waterbuiy, formerly of Nau- "ratuok, -were hrd this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Al'derson Fune^ ral Home, 70 Central avenue, Wa.- terbury with the Rev. Alan M. Fairbank, officiating. Burial was in Grove Cemetery. Mr. Stroberg wa,3 a contractor and builder in Waterbury for the past 30 years. Mineral Producer The U S. producsj more than otie-tjird of the total value of the world's mineral products. BACKACHE. LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Julius E. Derkcs Funeral services for Julius Edward Derkes, Milford, father of Mrs. Myles Keating, Naugatuck, were held this afternoon at the .•Jontwttl AAyom-,,5Stot ftrt , DoMI , dioreUc, nwd »nrii.T.fMll 6 I !-aK.T^.SWS.5?fiSSS A nnouncing the NEW Dollar for Dollar-You Can?t Beat a Pontiae! You can't beat it because . . . It's wonderful in every way ... size, appearance, performance and appointments! You ;an'f teaf it because . . . 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