_ Personal—So cial—Fraternal Consumers League Head At Anniversary Dinner What Our Readers Think! -!-,hP. pit Wfir.n of W.'ird of the Connccti- cague. v/ill attend in -Now York in American Home Dept. Holds Xmas Party The rinr.ua! Christmas party of tho American Homo department nf the N.-nigautuck Woman's club was held last night at the home of Mr.i. Robert V. Anderson, 137 Walnut .street, with Mrs. Stuart M. Boyd, chairman In charge. Thirty members attended the evening's activities which oponed with the serving of a pot-luck super Christmas carols were sung, and a Marionette show presented by Mrs. Philip E. Rico and Mrs. Wlnfiod B. Lunghorst. • Highlight of the evening was tho j exchange of gifts from a grab ' bug. The next meeting of the department will bp held Jan. 12 at the home of Mrs. Harold Baldv/ln, Hillside nvonue, with Mrs. Hysell Brooks to .speak on tho subject, Hod Cross in the Home. Engaged MRS. .JOHN .1. WKINN recognition of the 50th anniversary f ihc Natiur.ai Consumers Leu- Millville Library Group Plans Party Children of the Millville area will be guests at the annual Christmas party of the Millville Library association Tuesday evening Dec. 20. at of conttratulr.tionH 7:30 o'clock In the library. H. I>«. ty <•( .Inr.n '•( t! •n President Truman will ' be .1 -iurinf: the anniver.sa.ry c*lc- tK>n at the Hotel ronrmodore.' •^1 «.-p'-akery r.f the evening will Mi-is Frances Perkins, former re'nrv r.f I^'iHor. and nnw ccm- :.-:oner of tho U. S. Civil Ser* Oommi.r."-ion: Senato'- -Paul l>ougl.T.«i of Illinois, and Dr. J. jglas Brown, il'itin of tho fiicut- i>! Princeton university. Dr. How-land Lnthrop. president • national organization, will Iv irj rhnrgo of the session. Dtvin Brown will address .the jrr ,up on the subject of Cooperation versus Paternalism. Highlight of ihe TiOth anniversaiy dinner will be the presentation* of !'•:'• TiOtli anniversary avvai'd to Dr. Alice Hamilton, first woman ever appointed tc the faculty of Harvard university'. ThO'award will bn pr.--ented by Mids Florence Kcl- !• > . xranddau^i-.tnr of Mrs. Flor- f-nce M KoHcy, founder of th<; Nn- ti(.n:il Consumers Lci'jgue in 1»'J9. More tluui .'MX) persons are ox- poc'.c-J to attend the dinner, In- cluJir.g a larsre number of president.? of state leagues . Besides Mrs. \Vi-inn. Miss Joancltp Stud- Hart ford, executive seere- Mrs. Albert Mai, president, announces the children will stage entertainment and carols will bo sung. Candy will be distributed and refreshments served. All residents of the community aru invited to attend. A Christmas basket, including a turkey, will be awarded during the imrty. jf the Connecticut will attend. League, Final Arrangements ]\lade For Club Dance "Final arrargoment.t for tho Yule- tiric d-ince to be held by the Nau- fr-'.tij'.-;: Junior "Woman's club Sat•:--d:iy evening. Dec. 17 in the Hoi"l. \\'a:orl,ury. were discussed !;•« night at a meeting of the C'»:nrnit tee. Members .-.re requested to make all returns Monday "vening at a Tnerrin™ of the club in the Con- (.•re:;:itiona] part-'h home. CommJt- Church Helpers Plan Yule Party The annual Christmas party of the Church Helpers of St. Michael's Episcopal church will be held Wednesday afternoon In the parish house. Activities will open with the serving of a covered-dish luncheon at 1 o'clock. A brief business meeting will be conducted by Mrs. Chester I.sbell, president. The party arrangements are, in charge of Mrs. Harold Stinson, assisted by Mrs. Ellen Baummer, Mrs. A. J. Painter and Mrs. Jesse Howell. Members arc requested to furnish 25-cent gifts. Fidelity Bible Class Holds Xmas Party Thirty-two members of the Fidelity Bible class of the Methodist church attended a ChrlHtmtut party last night In tho American Brass Country club. Following a dinner, a brief business meeting WUH held. Herbert Johnson read the Christmas story from Matthew ?nd Luke. Secret pals exchanged gifts, and new secret pals were chosen. Music was provided by tho Cedarcrest E,amblers. and a motion picture travelogue, Through Ireland, was shown by John Thibodeau. t-e members will b? at t-, receive returns. Vis William Yanarella. ways .•i-ul mi-ana rhairraan. has made • lans to award five turkels during ih« dTnce. The committctr planning danco details includes Mrs. A."n Hrown. Mrs. John Lark:n. Mr-. John Betkoski, Mrs. i'/inr!<'s X,/ble. Jr., Mrs. Yanarella. Mrs. H-iiph Hoy and Mrs. M. Franri.-, Ki-elcy the door i Encampment Plans Public Card Party A public card party will bo hold next Wednesday evening in Odd Fellows hall, under tho auspices of Magnolia Encampment. Arrangements arc being made by the Grand Encampment"Session committee. Cards ami various other games will bo played during ,lhc party which will start at 8:30 o'clock. MlHH Winifred Clcmenl. whose en- Kiifri'nicnt to William C. MUNOII, son of 'Mr. 'und Mi's. Charles Mason, Carrliifcton road, Bethany, Is announced by her unelc and mint, Mr. and MrH. Marvin I>ry of New Haven road. Viet nuny. No date h«B lK*en set for the wed- dlnff. Miss Clement attended Nau- giitueU High iichcml. Daniel Sweeneyf To Be Guest Soloist Monday The 'program for the Nnugatuck Junior Woman's club annual Christmas party Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the Congregationajl parish house was announced today. Daniel Swee.noy, local tenor, will orosent a program of selections, accompanied by Miss Josephine Lamanno. He also will lead group singing of Christmas enrols. Mr. Sweeney's program will bs as follows: I Hear You Ca'ilin:g Me (Mar.g-hall); My Lady Walks in Loveliness (Charles); For You Alone. (Geehl). Ungeduld (Schubert); Serenade (Schubert); Morgen (Strauss); Amor Ti Vlcta from Fedora (Giordano) ; Lo Keve do Dca Grloux from Manon (Massenet); Ideale (Tosti); O Sole Mio (Di Capua) Neapolitan Love Song (Herh- crt), Thanks Be to God (Dickson); Gosu Bambino (Pietro Yon); CantlquR do Noel (Adam). Mrs. SwaJnson Hectids Hillside 1 Women's Group Mm. Arthur Swunson WHM elected president of thn Ladles' auxiliary of tho Hillside Congregational rhuch ln.il night at tho annual moDtlng hnkl In .thu church h.'iiil. She succeeds Mrs' Yngvc Dahlln. Othor officers olectod nro: Mrs. Pan) JrjhnKon, reflected vicc-prt.'Sl- dont; Mrx, Albo.rt Curtlsa, reelcct- t.d scpi'Dtary; Mrs. Doyld Rappc, Iri'M.^urcT. succeeding Mrs. Elton Ahram.son. A po-lunk supper wnn follower! by H Christmas party, during whloh carols were sung. Mrs. iMal- :olm Wilson led the devotions und old the Chrl.strmui story, Annual reports (presented dur- ng tho business meeting showed .h" organization has :i total mum- -«!i-Jhl;i of 83. Two members pafls- >d itwny during tho year. They wore Mrs. Carl Anderson and Mra. Kdwin Pnrsons. Three members loft thp borough, and one new member, Mrs. Harry J. Ekstum, wife of the now minister, g \vajt Mdmitted to the group. Letters of greetings and acknowledgement were read from Miss Dorothy Ford, -missionary to the Bc-lirinn Conim, and Mrs. Arnold lohntitm of the southern mountains mission, The treasurer's report showed bn.lii.ncv of $33(1.38, rind a balance i>f $1,02(1.24 remains in the kitchen repair fund. Tin- nominating com- mlttot! Included Mra. Abramison MI-H. James Fox an Mrs. Oscar Swanson. Auditors eloctod are •Mrs. Paul Anderson and Mrs. L,a- mont Kirk, and Mra. Fox won circled pianist. A budget of $810 wa» adopted for the year's work, with $2S dc- nnt"d to the Old People's Home In momorv of Mrs. Carl Anderson and $215 to the Children's Homo In memory of Mrs. Edwin Parsons. A vote of thanks was extended re tiring; officers. Committees appointed to fiurv during the coming year arc: Pub Unity, Mrs. Carl Erlckson; Rend er's Digest representative, Mi: Happe; program, Mrs, Mclvln 1 J kngclstad, MrH. Dahlln, Mrs. KJc Htam, Mrs. Fox; mlaslonary, Mrs Harold Heacock, Mrs. Frldolf An dcrtuu. Mrs. Carl Borgstrom, Mri Salem Club Bridge Tournament Scores The fifth round in the. Thursday evening Salem club bridge tournament wni playud laist night, with the following high .scores: North and south, Norrls Follclt. and M. F. Wltherwnx, ?•(; Mrs. James Ki»8ivne and Mrs. Trving Cutting, 04; Harold Turnblom and F. J,. Howard, H9 1-2. East and west, Mrs. John Hayes and MI-B. Howard O. Cox, 7.'t i-2; John Darby and Helen Hadfleld. 72; Mrs. Leelcr Opdylte and Mrs. Conrad Llndnhl, 62 1-2. . Offlcla' standings; Mrs. Cutting and Mrs. KiNsanc. 32fi; Mr. and Mrs. Donnld Fowler, 320 1-2; Mr and Mrs. James Nios, 310 1-2. I'KRSONAI.S Mrs. Amy Bolt of Beacon Valley road, and Mrs. Martha Ranslnw and son, Harris, of Wolcott, have returned from a several weeks visit in Florida. They visited Mr. and Mra. Donald Blanchard, formerly of Naugatuck, at Hialeah, Fla. Mr. and Mr*. Howard Bradshaw and Mr. and Mrs, Patrick Crol.ly, all of Coral fiabies, anil former residents. THAKGCJK YOUR PURCHASES" SOUTH MAIN ST. \VATKKBi; IIY Sensational Purchase! FUR-TRIM WOOLCOATS $ 39 REGULARLY $48 to $58 200 Luxurious Coats! Sizes 9 to 15 and 10 to 18. Yes, it's amazing! Luxurious fur-trimmed coats for just $39! Persian trims, mink - dyed muskrat, dyed squirrel! How did we do it? That's a "top- secret." Shop early for best selection. COATS. . .SECOND FLOOR "CHARGE IT" SHOP IN WATERBURY ->. — SHOP LORRAINE FIRST Central That Avenue PTA Urges Changes "So School Hazardous" Bus Travel Will Not Be Valentine Party Planned By PTA 1940 Doc. 9, Cdllor Vaugatuck Dally Nowa Dear Sir; It WIIH a unanlmouB vote ut our ncollng last night that wo write (iu regarding tho school bUH olt- mtlon. In view of current evont.s, we 'eel It is necessary to bring to light i few facts not reported. The Cross street School Bus accident, an re- lorted to the "News" by the Pollco 3«pnrtmunt, was Incorrect in part. Wo have proof that 20 Central Av- nuc School children wore on that niu. and wo thank Heaven that there was no injury. By the time h« police, reporters and other in- X'rcHtod parties reached the scene, :he children had been transported .o school. But it Is logical that they must have been on the bus at the ;Imc of the accident, otherwise what would tho bus bo doing on roMH Street at 9:30 u, m.? It ID our contention that this accident and school bus strike as a whole bears considerable investigation to further insure tho safety of our children. About a yaer ago several school bus accidents took place which we tried to investigate and got nowhere. If Mr. LeClalr's facilities are Inadequate why aren't changes made, so that Charles Nelson, Mrs. Vcrncr Gus- tafuon. Ways and means, Mrs. Walter Andnmon, Mr«. Kirk, Mm. Honry I'etornon, Mrs. Curtlss, Mr«. Roy Johnson, Mrs. Rappo; meinbcror.lp, Mrs. Paul Anderson, Mrs. Abramson, Mrs. Harry. McLean; flow.ir fund, Mrs. Carlton Nelson, XFr.-i. Joseph Jenzoll. Local secretary to fourth and fifth district auxiliary, Mrs. P;ih- lin; uncial Mrs. Donutua Andor- non, Mabel KmHoon, Mrs. GuBtaf- son, Mildred Abramson, Mrs. Rappc, Mrs. Bergstrom. Mrs. Oscar Richardson, Mrs. Harry Wal- stiom, Mrs Frldolf Anderson, Mrs. P. August Johnson, Mra. Charles T'fclson, Mrs. Carl Magnuaon, Mrs. Philip Peterson, Mrs. Sorgo N«s- prash, Mrs Ekstttm, Ethel Nelson, Mrs. Joseph Nygren, Mrs. Harry McGlnnls. Decorations Mrs. ( Roy Nelson, Mrs. Paul Anderson, Mrs. OH :ar Swanson, Mrs. Paul Johnson, Mra. Hoy Johnson; greeting cards, Mra. Carlton Nelson and Mrs. Kirk. transportation ia more satisfactory! Let u» keep In mind the fact that in tho near future a greater number than 20 will bo attending the new Cross Street School, and alcpn should bo taken Immediately to make the necessary change* In tho road construction so that school bus travel will not be hazardous. Yours very truly, Central Avenue Parent- Teacher Assoc. Funerals Stanley KoUtkownkl Funeral services for Stanley Kolakownkl, Ansonla, father of AJ oxandor Kolaltownkl, 230 North Main street, nn operator" of tho Fitzgerald Funeral Home, will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at tho Splnclla Funeral Home, An- nonla, to St. Joseph's Church, .that city, where a solemn high Mass ol requiem will be celebrated at 10 o'clock. Burial will bo in Mount St Peter's Cemetery, Derby. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. NAJJGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, DEC. 9. 1949—PACK A mother and daughter Valentino party will be held In February In place of tho Chrlutmnu tea for teachers and parenta o>1a»i!ie<l "'la Sunday, according to a vote taken nt night ut t meeting of thn Conlral nvonu-.< school Parcnt- tuachcr association. The group voted to purchas- mats for the kindergarten room with Miv». Irmni- PuaHoloe, chairman of the purohjixing committee. A P-TA plaque will be purchased for the princliiMil'H office. Mi', and Mrs. John Monroe were accepted as now members. Thr- PTA wont on record n» favoring a movement to Improve school bus facilities and roada upon which they travel. Chrlnltnas party was held. wJUl Margaret Fitjr.maurico '.crullnfc group Kinging of carols with Huth Obst as ac<K>mpanint. Refr«»t1- menIn wr.ro ncrvod by Mm. William linimon, Klorc-ncB and Mr«. K. J. Currlcro. ITKK OOJ.II TOO KOI'T » Pure gold of 24 kuraU In too soft for practical IIHC In jewelry. OPEN BIDS The Watcrbury board of public works at a special meeting In city hall tonight will open bids for construction of the sewage disposal plant and incinerator. It is expected the building costs will bo more than $1,000,000. As 100 aota of plans have been Issued, City Engineer Henry C. Whitlock anticipates the bidding will be heavy. HEN FILED A judgment lien has been filed for record In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by •Tolm Mancuso, doing business tis Sam's Service Station, against Walter and Teoflla Boruslowlcz, $84.10 on Sheffield Lane property. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Sal Bazzano returned today from a wedding trip to Florida, und until their homo In Beacon Falls Is ready, they will reside at the home of Mrs. Bazzano'.t parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hroch, 73 Marjorle street. Before her marriage Thanksgiving Day in St. Fran- els' church, Mrs. Bazzano was the formor Dorothea Hroch. BC9«W«K«tfitC^«tC^ CHRISTMAS CARDS THOUSANDS OF THEM BY HALLMARK and RUSTCRAFT 'Special' Cards for 'Special' Folks 5c to $1.00 Boxed Assortments 50c to $2.50 Gifts for Everyone VISIT OUR GIFT ANNEX ON THE BALCONY The CARD and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S 213 Church Street ART and STATIONERY STORE Naugatuck HOWLAND-HUGHES "Wot«rbury's Friendly Deportment Store' EVERYBODY'S SANTA GLAUS SANTA HAS BROUGHT TO TOYLAND THE GREATEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS WE HA/VE EVER HAD STORE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8:45 MTTLK ANGEL "BABY DOLL" organdy with »olf ruffle. with lovely Christmas dress of flocked 16" $6.98 21" $8.98 $12.98 "NANCY J.KK" 11AIU) BABY MOM, with now plastic head, arms and body. Dressed In colorful .schoolgirl outfits. 15" tnll $5.98 IS" tnll $7.98 tull $10.00 "NANCY I,KK" Ice, Skater Doll with pliiatlc head, arms and body. Dressed In colorful wool outfit trimmed with fur, white shoe skates. 15" Doll $5.98 is" noil $7.98 23" Doll $10.00 •'NANCY I.EE" IJKIDK, I>OI,L. A treasured possession at tho child who owmi her. Beautifully gowned in long rayon ontln drosw with brldul cap und sweeping veil. Plastic head doll with curly wig, crying voice, plastic urmii and body. ir." noil $7.98 18" Doll $10.98 2.T Doll $15.00 "NANCY LEE" HHIIIKSMAID'S DOM- pastel uhados. With long ninon droHH In soft 15" Doll $7.98 18" Doll $8.98 Doll $12.98 Exclusive In Waterbury At Rowland-Hughes $500 $598 $798 THE FAMOUS LITTLE ANGEL" BABY DOLLS 16" . . 18" . CURLY HAIR DOLLS 18" . , . 21" 23" Rnhy dnllw In jvmt tho right nlz™ for ovnry lll.Uo :;lrl to cuddle. DpHlgnod with now plastic head, with mnvlnir rynn. eyelashes, tenth and tongue! flexible pliiHli<' armn and I«RH that look and feel Illfii rniil Hkln, Hoft body with orylrig volco. Fully dioHBcd with rubber panties, Blip, ahooB, «ockn, beautiful organdy dress and bonnol. Droaaen In Whlti; and Pink. 21" 23" . . $1000 Adornbln baby dolln with soft body, crying- voino, plimtli: hoad, flexible plaiillc arm« and logw. Fully dressed with pantlo«, Mllp, allpporw, Bocks, rayon coat and matching bonnet. Outfits In Pink, Blue tind White. TOYLANO . . . LOWER FLOOR is 21" 23" -,., $798 $1098 riti.-il llfn-liko bnby dolls wltb curly he;id W!K«. |>liintlc head wllii movini? eyes, soft body with crying voice and flexible plftnllc arms and )«KH. Nicely dressed with rubber pants, Blip, organdy droBB, rayon coat :tnd matching bonnet.
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