Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 1, 1949 · Page 9
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 9

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 1, 1949
Page 9
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Capacity Audience Expected At Concert Of Men's Chorus Dorothy Hunniford, soloist, will be featured in the winter conccvt of the Naugatuck Men's Chorus tomorrow night at 8:15 o'clock in 'he high school auditorium. This is the fifth season of the chorus and as at other concerts, a capacity audience is expected. A varied, yet seasonal, program Is planned for the concert, acc.ira- injr to Pres. C. J. Waskowicz. Also to be heard in solo parts is WilHini Boyd, tenor, a member of the chorus. The program and personnel of the chorus follows: Fro pram I Where 'Ere You Walk Handel Hospodi Pomi'.ui .. .Lvovsky The Light of Dawning . . Tsehaikovski The Sleigh (a la Russe) Koimtz The Chorus II Connais-tu le pays (from Mignon) Thomas Gavotte 'from Mignon) Thorns? Dorothy Hunniford III Behold That Star TaUry Jesus Had A Mother Like Mine . Cun'x'e Swing Low. Sweet Chariot Spiritual l^udamus . Proheroe The Chorus INTERMISSION TV Rigoletta Quartette Verdi Kathryn's Wedding Day , German Folk Song; Suenandoah American Folk Soi.i; In Vocal Combat Bv.r.k The Chorus V The Bird of the Wilderness .... Horsman The Fisher's Widow Edwards To One" Unknown Carpenter White Horses Of the Sea Warren Miss Hunniford VI •The Christmas Song (Merry Christinas to You) Torme-Wclls Jingle BeUs Old Folk Turin "I Wonder As I Wander .... * American Folk Song O Come All Ye Faithful Baldwin-Reading The Chorus •William Boyd, tenor soloist FIRST TENORS: David A. Anderson, William Boyd L. T. Curran. Edward Galvin, Fred Hermonat. Steve Owens, William Pawlowski, Frank Schlier and C. J. Waskowicz. SECOND TENORS: Milton Berkowitz, Herbert Bohlin, Walter B. Davis, Walter Eiben- steiner, William Hermonat. Albert . Marsh, I. V. Olson, Richard A. Reynolds. Gottfrid Siequist, Richard Skibinski and Duncan E. Slade. FIRST BASS: , Charles Brady, James S. Heavens, Ray Hotchkiss. Seabury H:in- WILIJAM BOYD Tenor gerford. Larry Larrivee, Ray Mu- gas. Kenneth G. Risdon, Richru-d E. Russell, Edgar Wyatt and Stun- lev Zarnowski. SECOND BASS: Paul Anerson, Chester Burtnett, Ciarence G. Carlson, William Davison, Arthur Hoyt, Harry M. Johnquest, John Latvis, Ralph Rasflu, ' E. Philip Walker and Carl Weyh. OFFICERS: C. J. Waskowicz, president; Paul ! Anderson, vice-president; Carl | Weyh, secretary; I. V. Olson, treas- i urer; Richard Reynolds, Jamas Thompson, directors and David Anderson, librarian. Realty Transactions The following documents have beeen Hied for record in the olfice of To\vn Clerk Raymond J. St. John: Warranty Deed Charles J., and Marie E. Thibo- de:xu to Thomas Strieski, property in Bcucon Manor. Tlmmas E.. and Bclrr.ira. M. McGuire to Edward A., and Anna R. Zcranski, property off Curtias street. Morl^nffo Deeds Thomas Strieski to Naupatuck ' Pavings Bank, property in Beacon . Manor. ! Ohristoforo Colombo society to . the Naugratuek National Bank, : $13.00 on South Main street pro- I porty. Chi-istoforo Colombo socipty to Gnte'.ano Rente, $3,000 on Smith M.-iin street property. Edward A., and Elsie F. Ploss to Nnugatuek Building- and Loan association property on Quinn street. Edward A. and Anna R. Zeranski to Helen A. Bo'oinshi, property off Curtiss street. Thomas and Mary Kowalehic to Theodore and Alexandria Kowal- hic, property on Cherry street. U. S. Trial Witness Quit Claim Deed Sarah Jane Fratantoni to.Maria Graia Biffarella, property on Cher ry street. Mortgage Releases Naugatuck Savings Bank to Charles J., and Marie E. Thibo- bcau. Naugatuck Building- and Loan association to Edward A., and Elsie F. Ploss. Thomas Lagownick to Thomas E., and Eelmira M. McGuire. TESTIFYING at the perjury trial oi Harry Bridges in San Francisco is John H. Schorriaker (above), the U. S. Government's "Sunday Punch" witness. 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THE CONNECTICU IGHT &. POWER A Business-Managed, Tax-Paying Company Occasional Tables Are Tops On Everyone's Gift List... DRUM TABLE. Mahogany.' 29" diameter. Carved urn pedestal with metal tipped feet. Single drawer has antiqued metal drawer pull. $39.95. Others $21.00 to $209.00 PIECRUST LAMP TABLE. Mahogany. 26' diameter JT 26%"-high. Raised] lip edge. Brass finished feet on carved pedestal. $34.00. Others $29.95 to 7. oo. 2 SHELF END TABLE. Mahogany 13" x 22" x 23" high. A most useful and beautiful occasional table. $11.95. Other end tables to $49.50. END TABLE. Mahogany. 14" x 24" x 23" high. Interesting design as shown with utility shelf. Pedestal has metal tipped feet. $27.50. PEMBROKE TABLE. Mahogany, with satimvood bandied top. 15'/>" x 24" with single drawer. Extends to 37y 2 " x 24 with drop leaves open. $44.50. Other Pembroke tables $26.00 to $79 95 DBOP LEAP COCKTAIL TABLE. Mahogany. 27" x 18". Single stretcher. Drawer with metal pulls. Opens to 42" x 18". $42.50. Others 'including leather 'tops) to $74.95. LAMP TABLE. Mahogany. Single drawer and shelf. 18" x 15" x 26" high. Unusual value at $16.95. Other one drawer lamp table to $45.00. CHAIRSIDE TABLE. 16yo" x 24Mj" x'25" high, casters. Bottom shelf has cigarettes, etc. Mahogan; raised lip edge. $29.50. Mahogany. Mounted on drawer for top with Liberal Weekly or Monthly Club Plan Terms Arranged Store Open Thursday Until 8:45 P. I TIER TABLE. Mahogany. 22" x 22" x 30" high. Raised lip edges. Carved pedestal and postj Claw and ball feet. $49.50. Other tier tables $29.50 to $64.00. Evening STEP TABLE. Mahogany. 16" x 27" x 26%" high. Shaped raised molding around 5 top deck. $49.50. Other step tables $32.00 to $119,00. NEST OP TABLES. Mahogany. 15" x 23" x 22-1/2" high. Low wood gallery on large table. Metal footed pedestal 011 smallest table. $49.50. Other nests of tables $34.50 to $129.50. COFFEE TABLE. Black lacquer with hand painted floral decorations and gold highlighting. Inset glass top. 18" x 28". $64.75. COFFEE TABLE. Mahogany. Pedestal type. 19" x 29" with inset glass top. $26.50. Other glass top coffee tables $16.95 to $39.95. OVAL 28" x glass COFFEE TABLE. Mahogany. 20" pedestal type with inset top. $28.00. Others to $35.00. 99 WEST MAIN STREET Buy Christmas Seals Help Stamp Out TB WAItKtJUKY

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