Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 8, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
Page 7
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Jaycees Christmas Dance Fri. Night Beautiful seasonal decorations wtl] be a feature of the second Christmas dan=c of th.; Nruufatuck Junior Chamber of Commerce tomorrow night In Odd Fellows Hall. Dancing to thD music of R.-iy Hotcliklsa and hl.i orchestra will be enjoyed from I) to 1 o'clock. It is expected that about 100 couple;; will attend the semi-formal dance. Arramtomcn'.H arc in onurxe "f Chitlrman Mario Schiaroli and the rnrr.nilt I i-e ronal-s'tlncr of Robert TUohrirdM, Frank Butcher, TUilph Ly-ms and L.. Ellsworth Neary. Some tickets for the dance are si ill nvnil.ahle, according to the committee. OURS ALONE 9 enkeimei $ OUR EXCLUSIVE MANDARIN PAJAMA FOR YOUR TELEVISION HOURS Quilted Jacket with Hlnr.k .Satin Trnusuia 77 Q% While. China Ked, Cinnamon, . Emerald. ***•• S%9 Sizes 10 to 16 INTIMATE APPAREL — SECOND FLOOR Waterbury Child Killed By Converted 6us; Playing In Street Instantly killed yesterday after- noono when she was run over hy a converted hua on Golden Hill Street near Whlttlcsey avenue wan two and a half year old Darlcne Ann Romprn, daughter of Mr. and Mr«. Kurlu Romprc, 411 Sylvan avenue. Rushed to St. Mary's hospital by Motor Patrolman Joseph Tlcrney and Fireman Leonard Murphy, she wan pronounced dead \ipon arrival. Medical Examiner Dr. Edward II. said death WOH caused by a compound fracture of the skull and a laceration of the brain. Richard Brundagc, 50 Summit rond, Prospect, was Identified by Officer Tlernoy tin operator of the converted bus. He was arrested on a warrant Issued by Coroner William F. Jones and released under u $1,000 bond pending further Investigation. Police said the little Kirl and her brother had been in the company of their mother Who was vlsltlnj; friends on Golden Hill nlrnet. The two children had left the houue and were apparently plnyln^ in the .street when the accident occurred at 2:54 o'clock. Mr. Brunda^e^ who operates tho converted bus as a grocery vend- InK wagon, was backing up and in doing so passed over the child's body, according to police. Housing Slt« I_.cfitcr Young, chairman of the Waterbury HoUHlnR Authority, last night announced that it appears as though the WI-IA will be able to obtain a suitable site for another mod- orale rental housing project. The authority now has several sites under consideration, but none of the locations were dlsclo.Hod. The city already has un additional allotment of $2,835,000 from the state for moderate rental (housing. Tho allotment would permit construction of about 2IJO additional units. Funeral I'eter Hall Funeral services for Peter Hall, 1, of B5 City Hill street, formor borough burgess and a retired employe of the U. S. Rubber Co., were held hlrt afternoon at 2 o'clock at the /Vlderson Funeral Homo, 201 Moacl- street. Tho Rev. Matthew H. Galon, minister of tho Methodist !hurch officiated with burial in ^rove Cemetery. Bearers were Wll- lam Lutz. JOSHC Howell, Arthur Nauges, Edward McConnle, Wll- lam Richards and George L. Pnck- >r. Mr. Hall died early Tuesday at ils home, following a long IllncHH. State Police Lieut. Injured In Crash Mlddletown, Dec. 8| —(UP)---A stato police lieutenant has been (lightly injured In an automobiles 'iccldAnt. Robert llundln, mm- mnndliiK officer of the Barracks, injured his knee but did not need hoNpituli/.atlon. According to the Investigating officer, Rundle's car was struck a vehicle driven by 23-year-old ' Harold L. Kricger. He was arrested' on a charge of failure to grant h,t¥f tho highway to other motorists'. <;«KAT I5HOSION FOBCK Next to water, wind Is the greatest natural force In the proccHn of erosion. , >. j . i Ladies Invited To Ojeda Council Communion Breakfast PranclH O'Connor will dlBcuua "Immediate Post-War Condition In Europe" at the communion break- fuel of Ojedii Council, Knights of ColumhUH, Sunday morning' In St. Georges' Hall, Linden Par'k. The (—om, iparc IVl a ers in tone, it in beau in value itu, SEE, HEAR THE NEW Maqnavox, Rtdie J PhonojripK , "lit lymlof of Quality In raJle J//IM 1915 FOR YOUR LUCKY FORD CAR COUPONS SHOP AT TARNOWSKI'S MARKET 19 CHERRY ST. TELEPHONE 22V MEATS Fresh Killed Chickens (3-31/ 2 Ib.) Fresh Fowl (Land O' Lakes) Boston Butts Fresh Shoulders Genuine Legs of Spring Lamb Ib. 39c Ib. 39c Ib. 3»c. ib. ar,c Ib. 69c Ready-to-Eat Hams (Whole or Shank End) Ib. 53c Fresh Lean Hamburg Ib. 55c H.M. Sausage Meat Ib. 49c Old Homestead Bacon Ib. !>5c Rib Corned Beef Ib. 32c Prime Rib Roast Beef Ib. We GROCERIES Ib. Jar 39c Jar l»5o 2 cans 25c oz. Jar 43c "can 5i)c can 42<; 2 cans Shurfine Strawberry Jam Peter Pan PcanUt Butter Carnation Milk Nescafe 4 Bumble Bee Crabmcat Fancy Pink Salmon Campbell Beans Shurfine Tomato Juice Sun Pep Orange Juice Isle of Gold Bartlctt Pears No. 2'/ z can 33c Elmdalc Choice Peaches Nb. 2'/ 2 can 25c Palmolive Soap 3 bars 22c Cashmere Bouquet Soap 3 bars 23c Dovalettcs IK. pkff- 23c 46 oz. can 25c 46 oz. Can 2!)c FREE DELIVERY Come In and Sec Our Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and Full Line of Dulany Frosted Foods Two quit claim deedu hnvo beon lied in the ofjiceaof Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John, recording xehnnKO of property on Aetna ami Sri ward MtroctH to the horoujrh, iTim Qeortfo B., and Mary A. Mc- frimarn, nnd E>Unri avonuo pfco- erty from the borough to Mr. McNrinrmra. FRANCIS O'CONNOR breakfast will follow tho 7:30o'clock Mass at St. Mary'a Church. Raymond Goif^ln and Joseph Lln- IcHlcl, co-chalrmon, report that all membc't'a of tlio Knlghta of Columbus, their wives, members of SI: Mnry'H Holy Name Society nnd the OaiiKhlorH of Innhnlla, aro Invited Uv ullcnil. JunioH McKennn will l>« toaBtmaster at the breakfast. SOCIALS—PERSONALS Name Hoover Report Committee Director Hartford. Dec. 8 - (UP)—-A Hnrt- foi'd public rolntlonn counsel, John M. Hurley, ban been appointed oxx- ecutlvc director of the Connecticut Committee for the Hoover Report. The nnnounrement wan made '.n- I tiny by State Omlrmnn Thonmn J. Dodd. Hurley'R Job will be to 01- (jnnlzo and direct a Htatc-wlde program to actjwilnt Connecticut with the Hoover report and cncouran'. 1 support of ICRl.Mlatlon to carry out Us recommendations. MAN MIHHINU Huvoy, Maws. In Ki-dogree weather urarchcrt) are hunting n mlHHlnK hunter nonr Savoy. Stanley Wnu- I'.owHkl'H car han been found near a Htatc forest, where ho had been deer-hunting. St. Michael's Guild Piajrty Sidted Mlondafa The annual party of St. Michael's. (?uild will be held Monday evening I'" Wl. MIclinnl'H parish house with Mrs. G. Foster Camilla, president, In charge. The evening's activities will open with a pot-luck supper at 0:30 o'clock. Tho ( program will Include carol sinking; and n puppet show to be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dannie, Members will furnish to he sent to the Children's Center, Instead of for a #rafo bag. During Ihe evening; "secret pal" will bo dlpcloftcd, by meana of anap- . Meml)ern are reminded to nn/ip.Mhotn of IhomHolvCM tak- •n weveral yearn a^o. Wednesday Evening Bridge Club Scores ITlt.'h iHcnraa In the Wednesday evening Snlom club bridge tourna- mcnt in whleh .1 round was played Hut nlj;ht are n« follower. North and Hotith, MlMM Mildred Carlson and Mra. John Woddtaioyor, 70; Mrs. .John Kelly and Mrs. J. W. •HjoKCn. (Ml 1-2: Warren HCHH and JoHOph Fisher, 65. Enal^and wc«t, MrB. John Carroll nri'd Mrw. Edward LlnKenheld t 7Ct; Mfc.M Anna |Lynch and Mrs. Merlon* Qulrke, 00 1-2; Mra. F. W. Swenstfcn and Mrs. Hugh McShorry, 60. tf Official HtandlnKH, MiHH Carlnon and Mrn. Wedemc^yor, 3G4; Mrs. Kelly and Mm. Vertfoacn, 303 1-2; Mr. Ht$u and Mr. FlBher, 300 1-2. Past, Grands Club Plans Yule Party The annual Ghrlntmnn party of tho Past Nohlo GnindH club of Colum- hlun Rcbckuh lodfc'C. No. 35, I. O. O. F., (.will bo held Saturday ovc- nlnjr. ll Odd FellowH hall. The pvenlnK'ii uellvlUeit will open with ll|c nerving of a turkey mippnr at ():.'ii o'clock. Mrn. Walter Ijnng will b i In chnrKa of tho kitchen comm^ too, and tho dining room comm( ten will ho under tho direction til Mrs. Marion Jennings and Mr.q, (Jharlca Va#t. finntji CluuH will dlHtrlbuto Ki from uj^der a K (1 -lly docornted Chrint- mas t be, and carols will be tmng by the group. The rindo vetera ^ Auxiliary Meejts Tuesday nrmthly rneetln;; of the La ixlllriry of the Mnntanarl tout. Kalian - American w«t n, will bo held Tueiulay «vo cc. 13 In the CrlBtoforo Col all, Houth Main street. ombo Lllll. (n GurKonla 'president, wil conduit the buslneR.s mcetlntf, dur !n« w jlch plunH will bo complotej for th rinnual family ChrlstmaB party o be held Sunday afternoon Den. IK in the hall. Antoinette Zuc carelll IH general chairman of the parly arninw'»entH, iny, parly wi cnntly'hy Mr. and MI-I. .John lui- giatt, Wotorbury, for thnlr third fcon, Fhlllj) JnmoH, who wan bnp- ll/«d by bin uriclu, the Rev. Ooorgu VllclnuHkan, aiiKlatnnt paHtor of HI. Mary'^ Church, Nnugatuck. in .St. Jf)B«ph'H Church, Walbrbury. arden Department To Hear Lecture Mrs. Harry Win Inch of Wood •ridge will lecture on the subject Let'.s Go to Mexico, at tho flna Ktlng of tho year of tho Garden department of Iho Naugatuck Wo man's club Monday a.ftcrnoon In thi Amoricfm legion M^omorlal Home Cedar Htreet. The guoKt Hpoukar will Illustrat her lecture with a group of koda chrorno Kllde« of Heenen Hhe too] ant Hprlng while on a tour of Mex CO. A brief tmnlnmm meeting will be conducted by Mra. Robert HOUHC- tnecht In the absence of tho chairman, Mrs. Chester Garvln, who Is II In tho hospital. There will bo no mentlngs of tho lepartmcnt. In January or Kehru- iry. NAIJGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, PF.C. *, 11MI»— PAOK TOY WARNING flonton—Tho MaRachusctts Safety Council warns this mornlnjf thai Santa Claua can bring horror an well as happlnX'im In his ChrUtman bag. The council urged Now ISng- land parcntH to avoid giving children toyn that can hurt them. KTHKKT CAR CBAgll Cnmbrldgc, MB««. Three Cambridge women were Injured thf» morning when one etre*l-i*r ramed another. None of thone Injured in the ruHh-htiur accident I* critically hurt. amel Ol'KN MONDAY Ol'ION TONKiHT when the gift must be extravagant in everything* but The PRINCESS 1.98 You'll (ihoom: ;i Farringlon Jewel Case —fnnhion«(.l to i!Xf|nmit.i! hcauVy. The only cnsc'H l'<>ntiiri»K t.lio oxcluwivc ull- niotal-Durofratnn for lasting lovelinciiH. A perfect gift. Farrinpton -Towel i'roni 1.98 to 10.00 The COUXTKSS 3.98 Ladies Rayon Multifilm CREPE and SATIN SLIPS from $1.98 to $4.95 Black, Pink, Tea Rose, White, LADIES RATON NITB GOWNS Sizes 16 to 20 — $2.98 $ LADIES SHEER NYLON HOSIERY ' Gift, Boxed — $1.25 ^Ladies Flannel Nite Gowns — $2.98 up 1 JLadicB Flannel Pajamau — $3.98 up LADIKS I-ANTIIOS 59C tO $1.19 GIFTS FOR CHILDREN CHILDREN'S. COTTON DHESSK8 Koch rug. $2.08 Up Llltlo Boys Z pn. .IICKHKY litJITS $2.96 IJtllc Uity» 1 pc, .IKKHEV HIHIt'J'H $1.79 Up JTTtK MlMH 'COAT r»n«l I.ICOOINO HKTH $11.95 Ohildrcn'n djorduroy i 1 ANTS and O^EIlALLS Crib-Lites 8ufn nnd No Christmas Gifts for the Home] Water Heaters \ Kitchen Sinks ! How About Your ! POWDER ROOM? ; Geo. Wigglesworth & Son, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 5263 , 24 Hour Service MAMA DOLLS with movlniE eyes $398 $198 Complete Selection of Baby's Toys from 79o SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STORE Tho M» K lr Word in GlfU PLASTIC' AI'IIONS from 7»c Cfulllccl Vltwtlr. BUIIXiK TAIJI.IC COVRIIH PLASTIC TABLE CIXJTIIS $1.4!) up I'l.AfSTIC >»>ANKKT WAOH 51.95 PLASTIC GARMENT WAGS Hung* In CldRnt Full le UOIIDOIR SHIRTS PLASTIC CURTAINH i t \ \ jj HAND PAINTED PIN-UP LAMPS from $5.25 * HAND PAINTED BOUDOIR LAMPS . .from $4.06 I HAND MADE MODERN CHINESE ^ CIGARETTE BOX and ASH TRAYS MODERN CHINESE BON-BON DISH . .$4.95 Many Other Modern Chinese Items To Iclcct From jvk. «« mil • • " .^^'liim ii i i i •m^pu Lottg-Rfaenkmi GIFTS FOR EVERY HOME 5% WOOL COMFORTERS Ideal Gift 100% Wool SATIN COMFORTERS $1595 All Aluminum DETECTO HAMPERS Plymouth Lace TABLE COVERS Batti* Scalloped PERCALE PILLOW CA8E8J Sx90 CHURCH STREET Boxed Turkish TOWEL OIPT SETS WIN A NEW $1800 FORD —Free Coupons With Edch $1 V«ue ^ftfttlftft^^

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