Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 8, 1949 · Page 12
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PAGE 12— NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, nKC. 8, -MO By KKNN'Y CLYMKB Tho Senior class will sponsor n Christmas dance on tho 29th of thin month, it was announced by Senior President JRojrer Curri-;r recently. A namo and an orchestra, for the affair will be chOBcn at com" ;•>!<• datr. by member.* of tho Hon:iu' ictivitlen committee. cliiiui In Mrn. ,l<Mtni'lte Mal/.ldn'H I'. S. HUInry rllim.'H held election of officers recently. ni«- rrtviiltfl ur«> a-i followK: rrrlod 1. Junior elas.s — 1'rp.il- dfnt. llejiry Benz; viovprewldetit, Andrew Davidson; secretury, Bernic«i Ford; tr«isiirer, JameN Wll- k:i«; proeruin clialir.an, Dorald AllIl(|lllKt. 1 eilod 2, Senior cliutH — rrosldcnt, Ki=n Clymer; vloc^-prp.slclpnt. Cliff Swnnmin: w-cretarj-, Hi. I, ttnittoy; treiwure-r, Kd Whlt«; |in>Krn''ii rhulrmun, AIIKUK!. Ollvlerla. Annlsf- hig the program chairman urn .Arn Ruthlnirn and Iteglna Hiilllvnn. 1'erlod 3. Senior C!IIKH — rreBldont, Henry. .McCarthy; . vlc*-pronld.-n(,, Theodore . Kuch/.inHkl; .secretary, 1'at Punii; treasurer. Jolin Apimhi- «ui; .program .chnJrnwn, .Marilyn Carlson. Terlod S, Junior class — rre-*ldi-nl. Chatter Don "Dnocon" CIlHhiim , omit, Jim Brnnniut; Kocrvtury, Mary OH Ml) urn; trtMtmiror, Ann Gm- vlii; program chairman, Fred Surra- J'prlod fi. Junior clnsN—1'rfHl- dent, Andy Illos; . vl<:<>-i>ri»dd<>nl, Ken Smith; ser.retary, J«ycn Duth- IclNiin; program r.hiilrnmn, Jivui li\vitNiil<<\Vftltl. The |M*rlud H!X HUSK did not clKiimi 1 it trriKiiirrr. Mi>mbcrn of Mlim IjOUlftt! (inilii- M'r's Henlor ICn^llah classoH will tuivcl to New Hnvon tomorrow Mpeurc'f) "As You I^lko It." TliiH play -will be right in line with tm: work that the 'students are doin;,; at the prORftnt time. tc.amH will H|art Ihc nvenlnjj off ut 7:30 o'clock. Jr. Republic \vill lie our J;H.' ! : Satuday eviMini); and it IM to !)•• hoped that some Ktiulonla will b,> mindful of thlti fact and I rent the vlhltinff toarn IIH guoHlH. not mien. Wo wish to cniiKratiilatc Mlns Madelcln Caine, (', S. Illstury teacher, on her fine job In Kiiper- visliig tho (!l<(flil.n>f drive for Mi,- Ill-edml people Unrope. T|I|H Is :tn annual affair for Miss Cairio. Hob HCMIHP, furiner Naiti:a ( 'i"k HlKll Illlldelll, WM.'I a Ktll'Mt III Ml vi Viif;lnlii Hlrillh'n iiecninl pi-i-lu.l Pr'obleniH of Doniocracy <-IaMM 1'u^ week, linb K'lve ll talk on .bip'ui. whore lu« W.'IH .Mt.atloni'd rooonllv with the U. ,S. Army. Florence Anderson, (nild-- anre. toucher of the N»ii|;aliick lllf(d School fiioolty. uave a tulk to two Henlor lCnt;llHh cliiHK<^4, <^i*l~ lege A and College B. Tncsd/iy. Her topic \va» on the preparntlo/i for and the qualification** of vari- utih <xillege». The Naugatuck High School basketball team will play host, to Jr. Republic, of IJtchficld, :it the local YMCA, thlw Saturday o\ o- nlnp. The JV squads of the two Open Thurs, & Pri. Till 8 P. M. Sat. 6 P. M. 2098 SOUTH MAIN STREET Nationally Advertised Quality Meats Wholesale Prices All Sales Itemized SHOP EARLY AT THIS BIG MEAT SALE SWIFT'S SHORT CUT ROAST PORK 29 ;JLADE END ARMOUR'S SMALL SNOW WHITE .EGS of VEAL ib 23 WIFT'S EXTRA LEAN FRESH -n HOULDERS Ib RMOUR'S LEAN MACHINE SLICED IOILED HAM >. 2 H, 32 .'.WIFT'S FRESH DRESSED JROILERS ARMOUR'S WINTER LEGS of LAMB CUDAHY'S SHOULDER FANCY JUICY TENDER STEAKS N, ARMOUR'S MEATY SHOULDER VEAL CHOPS ] CUD AHY'S LEAN RIB—NO FAT STEWING BEEF Ib 1Q C SWIFT'S ALL SWEET OLEO MARGARINE SUOAR CURED BRISKET CORNED BEEF Ib 49c CUDAHY PURITAN READY TO EAT HAMS Ib 39c SHANE HALF SWIFT'S COUNTRY STYLE LEAN PIECE BACON Ib 29 ALL YOU WANT YOU SAVE AT SAL'S Muny of UK; (llffnrnnt clugHtiR iirr NlMHing In plan Christina* pur- Hi's imil Ititvr R|I|H>|M|<'<| rnmmlt- I'-CK In plan for ihiMii. Mont ol II, PHI urn planning to luivo the I>.irllcH VVcdiii-Hday. l»nc. 21. Tli* 1 senior Kn^llHh cliiHHOH nro ljU!,\» uf lull- wi'ltlni; Chi-lHt.m.iH Vilclln, which they will K'VO Dec. 10 at Ttittlc Mlii-fl. Sui "SmiiMKi" Aimlltiiin. c.lliss «f '•IK, IIHH n'milly triiilwfi'rnHl from iti-w liritiiln Stall* 'IViutlHtrM f'ol- lci;r In ('hi'H)ilrn Acildi'iny. ivlli-ro lir will cmillniii> Ills nlmllrs. !'i|ii-iililii|; cii' <!licnhlri', (I'm nil ECUinoskl, wlui f;i''ulimtt:<l I'l.Hi. yi'iir, I:; conl inning hiH Hlmliim Ihm'i-, nnfl 1:1 iilnyitiK banknl h.'Lll for Ihci 'M'.'l <l<-tn V . SlmlcnlH iiIlliltllllK to liikn Cnl- li'.go Itimrcl ICxitms, .Ian. 7. intint Imve tliolr itppllciiMoiiH In IIH HOIIII HM poNMiltlr. Sonnon tU.'knt.i for all homo bnn- kiithdll ^atiiiu] at lliu Wiilorbui'y armory wont on mill; at the hl.'jh Kchixil IhlH wiM'It, Mr, Kraycirtkc, hinli Mchnol phy.'iicH Ic.'.iichor, will imvc rli/ir^o of tho wolo. Adult, lirlti'l-H will iii'll for $!i, anil i.ImliMit tlcIii-lH fur $3.- Thcw! lir.lt- iiib will U.IHO l»u on Halo at thc> limn I Y Sali.inlny ovonliiK. Tlif llrlii'l.,'! ii cp ln'liiif oCTi'i'i-il fur Illn flnit Mini', liy popular 'IctnaM'l, iii:d many IHMM plan in IIMII HUMII as Clii'lHl rniiHi ^II'I.H. Tlu'Hii t.li:U.!'..-i nrc, (,'[)od for nigh I jfiimcn, willi the I'h'.'it homo Katru: at. t.hr; armory iH'lr>K IJu: I-IlllhouHO K" ln< " Ouc. Z'J.. The hold Naugiituck rd of high M'ltiml I;|I'!H, will t.h«*!r aiiiiiial (JhrlNtni'.m iliux'n Tluirwliiy ovonln^, !><«!. 'i'i. A lurnv crowd is I'xprclcd to al- ti<iid tint tiffiilr, which will hi; hi'ld In UK- lilKli Hclioul midltorliliu. Tho IntorclFiHH and Krrnhman 'Color |f,i!iuuio. biisliothall Ira^au.-M will (;(!(. undnrwny nL Ihn Mtfn rchool noxt woolc. Orj^anl/.a- (J'jn m i. 1 1.: (. i n J:;H wor - c: hold HUH woidc. The lnl.i:r<:ln.HH I.n.iKiif! will play Tc:oH(lay cvonliv.'•;, mid Ihn Color IXUKIIO TliniMdav. KOItlMVIKN'S <!MI|I Hl.iiln ''I'rooiii-.i 1 lOdwanl .1, D<MI||UK will (in (4iii!nt, Mpnakur lit ti. m<<i!tln.i{ "f tho Clip.m.lcal-Synthdllc p'.'int. fori.-mon'w club Dec. 13 In the plan! cafeteria. A. A W. MKKTTXG , mVOIUT. Clirlwl.mriti MoriKH, «)iltf>. M 1nlk i.n -Mr:i. I'Mnn M. r.nuill. NaiiKalU'-k. •Kinx •.•oinponlni,' anil ipi-i>-:rnl'iti<ni '•' ••>• av.'i.i-d i n-'<,ii-/ i.r n rtiil.l I,-, of (,'lflM for c!;ilrlr<.ii will fraluvi- .l>ii. ; ••• \',::ii:it.s .1 :-'m-:i m \VM.t the Dr.coniboi' mi'dliiif ut HT: Art- . biiry .Siij/i-rifn- rum! ;-..-;< i«l»y in r} n and Writi-rK nf .'.'onr.c.'t init lipl: cn;i;\l I'-lirui ;::Tiliis! hi-r tnr-- f. :-'-niil!. N:III;::I!:J« ll Mil, Bl'ldffi'jiurl, Kunilny :it :!::!(! 'I'h.•<!,•.•:,, v.,, ; , ;, ....-,, .1, .,| . ,r. ; -i. .:ji,.|-, H '.v. and Mrs. yviiniiirul Srro'il of I of li.-sl.iliial inici:ip''i-(n,i-.-. ']'h<- i ,,u- Chureh will ho the Ivuls. l' !l ' '''•'•'•• :'>:n-i-i'-il A;.ril !M. 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