Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 9, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, December 9, 1949
Page 6
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PAGE R— NAVC.ATVCH NKWS (CONN.), FIUIMV. OKC. ». HIM Hassenf eldt New Commander Of Woodmen Of The World John HiLsacnfcldt was elected conjrul commander of Camp 81. Woodman of the WftHd, last nl^ht a.1 a mectinjr held in Odd Followa School Budget (Continued From Pn(?e Onn) JOHN HASSKNFKI.DT hall He succeeds Francis Moss. • Other officers namod arc: Ingward Nisson. advisor, lieutenant; John SlRotti. banker; William Kal- scr. escort; John L. Ixjycr. financial secrcta.-y; John FriUr-jl, watchm.Tn: Manuel Ramos. «cntry; William Kliey. reporter; Dr. Edward R. Curran. physician; John Ostrowskl, Michael Kilcy, and Theofll Mis, auditors. The 3$fh annual Christmas party will he held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock In Odd Fellow? hall. Santa Clau.s will distribute girtato children and refreshments will bp served. GEOGRAPHY BEGINS London—The science of geography is due larcely to developments started by Alexander von Humboldt, German scholar born in 1769. RAILROADS MOVE COAL Railroads moved about 81 por cent of the bituminous coal mined In the U.- S. in 194R. ; Christmas Gifts for the Homejj Water Heaters I Kitchen Sinks | How About Your * POWDER ROOM? A Geo. Wigglesworth | & Son, Inc. g Maple St. Tel. 6263 JS 24 Hour Service x covers and drapes, 2H, aUendanci!,; knitting. 22, attendance, 1f.4; drivers' odticivtlon, 20, attendant-, 17; braided ru^H, 24, ntt(Mu1ain:o 10.4; business course, 30, attcnj- r-nce 17. Three hooked ruR classes have enrollments of 23. 20 and 27. with nvc/nKc attendances of 1fl.7!5, '13 :inil IS. Other;) -irn: Early Amtirlr.'i decoration, 61, attendance, 43.'13; •'ffoctlvo speaking and parllamrnt- nry law. 34. attendance 28; car [icntry. Jfi. attendance. 12.4; modern salftH technique, 38, attendance 26.67. Forty-two persons arc enrolled in the non-English speaking classes, IB in the intermediate and 2C, in the beginners' clans. The nvoi'- ugn attendance In each IH 11.0 and 13.5, respectively. Mrs. Mudlgan rnporli-d that classes will close for the Christmas recess Dec. 10 and wl]J reopen Jan. 3. Clauses organized durln:, the month were eafly Amerlcun decoration and effective apeaking find parliamentary law. 'Fashion Plate' TOGGED OUT In the latest of men's fashions is "Joe Turkey," who won lop honors in fowl fnshion show held in Minneapolis, In connection with the Minnesota Baby Chick Cooperative Convention. The clothes were designed by Mrs. Ben Terhark, (International) JOHN BULL THE GREAT EMPLOYER BRITAIN Pop. 50,000,000 U. 5. Pop. J50,000,000 One in Every 8.8 on Governrn*0' Payroll Covmrr^ami Local Gov. 7/900,000 '-300,000 One in Every 27.4 .Payroll _ Nationalized Induttry 2,500,000 To ' 0/ 5,700,000 fnch,!Ii EV * RY . 8 ' 8 P crBon ' 'n Britain is on the government payroll, ndu,trv S T M ° nC " half mll " 0ns cm P'°y c " b y nationalized industry. This compares with one In every 21,4 persons In the U S on government pay of some sort, without nationalized Industrw. At Loew's Poli Dec. 14 iHt Me t n< SMC* who |)la>H tin part »f thr r own lit "I I'aglliwcl" i>n fumoiiN apvnitic twin hill with "Cuvallerla Kuntl<;nna" next Wednesday nt I.OCW'H Poll theater, Wutnrbury. Beacon Falls Thn lpeturo-tl«mt>nHtral.lon.-"M'!ni4 Muffle" with uienl, will l>« :,-lv«n In United Church Hull, Wcdnc;«!;iv niKliI, Doc. M, ;it 7:r50, instotiil "f MfinUiiy nlf;ht, H.I orlKlnally an- nouncnd. Tho demonstration, sponsoi-"d by tho Lxiynl Daughters of the purlHh, will be Riven hy Mary I-ifine, homo eronomlnt, and will lonLurc many IcmDtln); nnd attru.o tlvc diahoH. These will be given away following thn lecture. Morn l.him 10(1 nininln-ni ,if lh« r.htirrh and frlnndu uro nxpitcli-1 to intend. A ChrlMmiui basket will bf nw/irdcfl, Mra. W«l;»h Uprlxlu. publicity chairman mild today. Miv: .said homomakors wou.-J "Before you buy, shop at the Naugatuck Furniture Co.—-for gifts galore at your favorite store" FOR THE KIDDIES MUSICAL ROCKERS VELOCIPEDES CHILD'S BREAKFAST SETS PLATFORM ROCKERS DOLL CARRIAGES DOLL STROLLERS LIKE-SKIN DOLLS ROLL-TOP DESKS SLEDS AND FOR ALL THE GROWN-UPS BOOK CASES DESKS CHAIRS MIRRORS LAMPS CEDAR CHESTS FIRE PLACES HASSOCKS PLATFORM ROCKERS SWEEPERS BRIDGE SETS KITCHEN STOOLS rw.elvn many IdoriH for improvin.j their ChrlHtmna cooking, At n rncent,mauling <it the I-oyfi.l LuiUKhtfti-n, it wrui voted to chariifa tho mMist.Jiiff ;ilKht to Uii< llnrrj Monday nl«ht of ouch month. PITTSBURGH STORK DOUBLES UP AN OVERWORKED STORK made something of a record when three sols ol twins were delivered within two days nt tho Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh. The same obstetrician broutiht all six into tho world. At le£t, nurse Marilyn Brand holds a girl nnd boy born to Mrs. Richard Kane. At right, nurso Florence Young fondles,tho son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Flshor. In rear, the twin boys of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Llschncr arc in nrma of nurse Pat Honey. (International Soundphoto) For Christmas... .GIVE HER A BUTTONHOLE WORKER U«'d Makes It easy for anyone to * sew perfect buttonholes with HEAD QUARTERS f a,( ma eh!n« tlitchek '°M A ACH,7« NO CARLSON'S SUPPLIES G"U»CH HT. NAUOATUCK °"" n * >l> '<«».y NlRhtH Until ChrlRtmiui Ojeda Council Initiates Class Candidates for the second dopree of tho Father Wanat Class, Ojcdn Council, Knights of ColtfmbuB, were Initiated last night at ceremonies in * ho K. of C. roorriH, by a degree team headed by Dtatrlct Deputy John Ryan, Annonla. The third degree will be conferred upon the cla«n nt ccremonta* Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock In L'olurnbUM Hall. Aftnr the coremo- nli'H Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock In ColumbUM Hull. After the ccn«- numlun. now members will he cn- ((•rlalnnd at a reception nt the K. f>f C. rooms. RufretthnrinntH will ' bo HPrved, according to C. J. Was- 1 Uowlc?., igrnml ltnl|;ht. AUTO PATKNTS An cutimated 5.500 automotive piiUmlH wIM he Issued In IIMB. IRISH IN ICKLAND Initial mttlotncnt In Iceland WUH made by Irish monkH. MAY RKACII AORKKMKCT Wunhlnxton InformM I'n- nlon source* B.iy John 1>. Ix'wi.i may announce at any time that ho h.'ut reached a contract agreement with a connwratlvcly lar(fc coal producer. So far only a few small Independent arm« have tilKned with the Union and two West Virginia broken? are rcfuslnt' to handle Bomo of the crml Iji-lnw mined undfi tho ug- rconicnt. Now She Shops "Cash and Carry' 9 Without Painful B«cluch« When dUor-tei-of kMnmr fbnrtlon p»rmh« Po)»nnou« mutlrr ta rrmrUn In ytiur I>|.HM| It ma . .. IOM of prp «nd cnerny. (trttlnii up B. .welllnir, pumn M « under the «»«, hc*ilnehr« and dl»ln«i.. I'mjur-nt or .c/nlr with «m»rtln« «n<l bin nlnit «»rn« «n< in nlnit ,om«. tlmp« nhown there is something wroni wlih yourkldnr>-«or bladder, .t.i?' m l "I" 111 , Atk """' <*n««:l«l for Do«n'« I » n.n, . ! * nt dlurrt '< ! . "««1 »w««»full7 lit mllllf,n» fat ,, ver 50 ««ni. r>,« n -, _ ( ,1 h«PW rtllrf K n4 will h,1p lb. j« mltal if kidney tuliw flu.h out potKonou* wuu tlm vour blood. Get Do.n'.l'lUi. Automatic WASHER It Really Washes: ft Really Rinses! It Really Spin Dries! And then— STOPS ITSELF And, no matter where you live, you can readily install a Blockstone, upstairs or down, without floor bolts or special foundations of any kind. The Blackstone is vibrationlcss! DARLSON FURNITURE Co., Inc. 175-185 Church Street Naugatuck, Conn. OPEN TONIGHT Naugatuck Furniture Co. 25 SOUTH MAIN Open Tonight • TELEPHONE 2711 Store Open Tonight Until 8:45 **• '''' > ''- ••• w ' " • ' Fabulous Sale! Rhinestone jewelry Simply amazing . . . these beautiful jewelry . .. quality rhinestones of sparkling cut on rhodium finish by Karu. Amazing Value . . . designed to sell at much more . . . Only a few of many styles sketched. Adds glamour to your wardrobe .. . makes wonderful gifts tool ONLY EACH ('KICKS I'LU.'J TAX SHOP FREEDMAN'S-You May WinABrandNew$1800FordSedan ~- Car Coupons FREE With Every $1.00 Value — CASH PURCHASES, CHARGES AND ALSO PAYMENTS ON CHARGES MADE PRIOR TO DECEMBER 1st. 191-199 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK STORE OPEN UNTIL 8:45 FREE BUSES TONIGHT PROM BEACON FALLS TO NAUGATUCK

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