Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 6, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, December 6, 1949
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Personal—So cial—Fraternal Second nomination of officers of Columbian Rebckah lodge. No. 35, I. O. O. F._ will be held tomorrow evening at a meeting in Odd Fellows hall at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Robinson, noble grand, will be in charge of the business meeting, during which plans will be discussed for a Christmas party. Members are requested to bring penny banks for the benefit of the Home auditorium fund. F-30 Anaatlgmat Coated L«-ns roj<«*» full color Hodnclironic icture* up ip 75 dlanwipnt irlth brilliance. L'scs tlic^ | St«>rro*cop«<. For home, rluun room or commercial use. Bullt- In projection pointer. S47.50 Only M VIEW-MASTEK § Jl'.N'IOB PKO.IECTOU M only $9.95 g 7 Scene* on Reel 35c g 3 for '01.00 JJ PLASTIC BOX FILE — SI.33 * Hundreds to Select From 45 Fairy Tales — Chrintmas Stoi y§ National Parks — Zoo Pictures^} STOP IX AND SEE THEM 5 * Your Photographic Dealer SWEENEY'S =, Art and S213 Church Stationery store St. Viuiiraliich ^^"^^^^••W"^«**aM>«»IHMBB^^^MMM^^^W^ Cherry Street Couple Observej 42ndA}nniversary Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Gould, 257 Cherry street, observed their 42nd wedding anniversary Sunday. The couple was married in St. Michael's Episcopal church, Mrs. Gould IB the former Florcnro Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Gould art- the parents of four children, Mra. Warren Mansfield. Woodbury; Charles IB. Gould, Meridcn; George C., and Fred M.' Gould, both of Nau^aluck. They have five Rrandchildren. Woman's Club Plans Art Exhibit Here Next Spring- • •• An art exhibit will be held herr- in March, under the sponsorship of the Naugatuck Woman's Club, with cash awards to bo presented' for paintings and crafts made by Naugratuck High School students. The display will be with the cooperation of Mrs. Mary Penro.-ie, head of the high school art department. Members of the club during a meeting yesterday afternoon conducted by Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president, in the American Legion Home, Cedar street, voted $5 to the penny art fund of the Htato federation. Starting In January, meetings of the club will he held at 2:30 o'clock, instead of 3 o'clock. The Christmas tea program, under the direction of the Literature and Dramatic Art Department, Mrs. Churlca I. Felloweu, ch.ih-- rrmn, Included four selections by Is members of the Nfiiigntuck High School Glee Club, directed by Je.<«i> F. Davis. Christmas readings were presented by Mrs. Clarence E. Jones, and Mrs. Durr gave u holiday message. Mrs. George W. Carroll and Mrs. Durr poued at the tea. Lorraine Martin Eng-ag-ed To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Martin, 04 Svea avenue announce the engagement of their daughter .Lorraine, to David Douty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Douty, 163 Meadow street. No date has been set for the wedding. PIC11SONAI..S A meeting of the Pocahon- tn« <-hil> will bn held tonlKht at R o'clock at tho home of Mra. Malilon Sears, Pond Hill. Italiam Women Elect Slate Of New Officers Mrs;. Alfred Rossi was elected president of the Ladies Marchi- plan Society at the annual meeting •undny afternoon in Pastime hall, lHh street. Mrs. KoHfll mi<:coi"l:i Mrn. Orlando Giiblanelli. Mrs. Bruno KOHHI was elcc'od vlee-pr««ldenl.; MI-H. Jullun K«ir.-il<i, financial socretary; Mrs. l^oulso Gi- ancnrll. reelected treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Prabrlsl. reelected secretary. The Hliito, wad presented by Mrs. Prudence Bartelll and Mrs. Otto Valentin!. The new officers will a 1 ;: ; ume their duties at the first mooting in January. Plans for a Christmas party were cnscusacd. with details of arrangements In charge of Mrs. Edwnrd KosHl, Mrn. Glancnrll and Mrs. Vai- entlnl. Refreshments were Hervod during 11 social hour following the business mealing. Junior Clubwomen Plan Special Program A Welcome Night program, designed to acquaint new and previous members of the Naugaturk Junior Woman's Club, was discussed last night at a meeting O r the membership committee of ihe <-!ub hold at the home of its chairman, Miss Arlene Sullivan, 16 Btu- nurn court. The special nlghl, will be held Jan. 23, with members who have joined the club during the punt year, to be honored guests. Besides the chairman, others attending the Mf.HHion Included Mrs. M. Francis Feoley. president; Mrs. Wayne Mowrey, Miss Audrey Patterson, Mrs. Kenneth Kaufman, Miss Jnnp Garrick and Miss Mary Jane Mann. Ki'imnnber tin: kids with •dippers, too. ' CHOWS am BOOTY'S in -si/.i-s '•',-('> and to 'i. All are flannel lined. From $1.98 to S2.38. PKIISONAI,S A meetinic of the I^ndlon' auxiliary of Amoi'Jcan L*;- (jlon .post, No. 17, will bo held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street, with M|BH Dorothy Brodor, president,/In charifo. OucHl.s for the evening will be Mrs. Esther Boden- leimer, supervisor of the recant telephone sale ot products. Tho monthly card parly will bo held Thursday cvonlnj; at H o'clock In the Home, with Mrs. Thomas Bro- ler chairman. Those attending aru •iKIucHtcd to furnish their own cards. [ictcieiKietaieieisictcieeeicictcictf^ for all the family Man or woman, boy or fjjr] EVERYBODY warit.s slippers for Christmas. You can chock off every mum; on your gift in tlic Norwash Htoro. Rnrann Slrlpr . . . ,ld e . fmr , „/ blaek will, „ l.rllliant Kaman strip' Mnrlrx Trrry Sniff .. . Martex lined, loo. With Irathrr toh. In nrtudccplones olrnynl. liurguiulr, cmrrulilgrtrn. Al*r in while, azure t/luc, yellow. (2.9S Mark, rrrf, royal, liflt'"blue" pc^' Hretn. whitr t wine, 82 95 .., f > f w, »S'-o Aofwiisli's fine eoU(!«tion of Nli|>f!cr.J| »for mother or sis' . . . choose from many* g.styJcs by OOMPHIES and BUSKENS. Ing colors, all sixes. From $2,98 tofi g EVAKS prosf-nts the perfect » -rift for i-x-i-ry J))id . . . liaiul- || turned sli])])or.s (o rest his * \v.-;try feet. In In-own or wine JJ from $4.95 to $6.95 Norwash SHOE STORE 209 CHURCH ST. _ NEAEY BLDO __ NAUGATUCK FREE COUPON WITH EVERY $1 VALUE — WIN A NEW TORD , U. S. Girls Club Holds Christmas Party At Sullivan's The unnunl ChHHtmaH parly of the U. S. Girls' Club of the U. S. Rubber Co. footwear plant wan held last nlsht at Sullivan's Inn, ntlondcd'by nbout -10 members. dinner wan fiorved nl. attrnrti v dr.i:i)nitcU tiitjlim. End) rni'in received a uneful fnvor. ThdHo pretient Inrludcil T<;-OML AijuuvJu, rnt.rlr.ln Urnnnun B.-'fiv BnUcr, Eli/abeth UowisrH.' Gimo- vlevc Buraczcwskl, Helen Dunn Marjorlo Dillon, Jeanne Forbc.f Al- Uonln Fiilnor. Betty, .. Barbara Griffin, Jane Ornpp.mi.' Gcrl Glynn, Helen Haclflekl l.,:\» Hale, Mary Hcffnrnan, Gladys Hnr- rlhon, Stella Hylwa, Molly r,a Vorgna, Irene Lomun, Ann Me- Gownn, Ann Moron, Grace Mattel 1-oretta Murphy, Rosn Mn«tr.,- Hlrrione, Mar^Hret Moore, Karmma Novnk. Oljjfi Natalls-l,,, M 'H'y O'Connor, Alice O'Brien Phyllh f'oyr.son, Mario Pcsanolll Rulh Hcynolds, Carmella Rio Ann Rukich, Mary Reilly, Sylvia Sm.'li l-ola Smith, Dorothy Sousa Schiller, Wanda Voyclk. Funeral Tnabi-110 K. Button The funeral of Mlws Isabclle Button, 145 South Main street, who died Saturday | n Watcrbury Hoi Pital, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock fit the Bailey F,, ni.riilI Home, 02 Oak street. The Rov Matthew Gates, minister of U,,, MothorJlHl Church will ,,rr| c |, lt wl h burial In Grove Cemetery 1'rlendH may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 3 to 6 and from 7 to 0 o'clock Mrs. Julia Stewart Funeral services for Mrs. Julia (Southard) Stewart, wife of Harry Stewart, 27 Peach street, Plntl« Mills, win be held this afternoon •tt Jo clock at the FHzg Cra i (1 ,,- u . neral Home. 240 North Main Mreol The Rev Willard B. Sopor, minis'! will ' f» ,° Con « rc «"tl f >nal Church will officiate, with Imrlal In Pino L,rovc Cemetery, Walerbury. SWISS I'ASTUY BUAIV MUFFINH CIIE.ESE OAKKS BIRTIIIJAY CAKKS CITY BAKERY K ui* *• TKF 3 Daily 0:30 A. M. to 0 P' ANNOUNCKMKNT MID-WINTER TEEM POST JUNIOR COLLEGE 24 Central Ave. 1'lmiie J-8772 Waterhury BTCC.INS ,rA!V. SO, I9CO MAKK VOI'B l>J,,\Nft \OW HBH IlliCilHTHAIl W« Cma Fit IMBIMBO'S Th «» A » «t ITplon St Ton BJ|| or Small WADOATIWK NEWS (CONN.), TTJF.SDAY, DKC. B. 11M»—PAGE 3 NAUGATUCK'S BIG CHRISTMAS STORE f f .7 FREEDMAN'S GIVE HER NYLON She Will Treasure Nylon Underwear Beautiful Colors By Shar-Loo, Seam- prufe, Kayser and Blue Swan Nylon Slips 3.98 up Nylon Half Slips 2.98 up Nylon Gowns Nylon Pajamas Nylon Panties Nylon Robes 5.98 up 9.98 up 1.50 up 16.98 GIFT BOXES V + ++++++J) WRAPPINGS IF YOU WISH! 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK STOK15 OPEN TIIIJHSDAY and Fill DAY NIGHTS UNTIL B:15 Get Your Lucky Coupons Here On The New $1800 Ford Car. Coupons Free With Each-$1.00 Purchase — Cash, Charge or Payment On Account. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN NAUGATUCK AND WIN THIS NEW $1800 FORD FORD OR SEDAN!! WITH EACH $1.00 PURCHASE, CASH, CHARGE DECEMBER OR PAYMENTS AT ON FORD E SEDAN C - L Y ° U RE< ^ EIVE COUPONS ON THE M, PREEDMAN CO. CARLSON FURNITURE CO., INC. WM. I3CHPERO, JEWELER RUBIN'S DANS, INC. RAPHAEL'S, INC. NAUGATUCK HARDWARE CO. NAUGATUOK HARDWARE! CO. NORWASH SHOE STORE LESTER'S PHARMACY 1 CHJSTAFSON'S NAUQATUCK DRUG CO. TARNOWSKI MARKET THIBODEAU STUDIO FORD DRUG STORE OLSON DRUO STORE L. V. MAESON & SON, INC. MUSIC SHOP ROSENBLATT'S K K % SWEENEY'S ART STORE C. H. TOMLINSON WEISS BEN FRANKLIN STORE ANDROPHY RADIO & APPLIANCE CO. KENNEDY STORE LEYNARD'S SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STORE ZEMBRUSKI, Men's and Boys' Shop NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON ALYCE BEAUTY SALON L SEE THE CAR ON DISPLAY DAILY ON THE GREEN ,teafcfi&3^$^^ ft

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