Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 14, 1949 · Page 5
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Children To Participate In Carol Sing Sunday JL, CrtWlTmiTI It V ft* »-rtl Qlnrw ,,.111 »._ ^^ A community Carol Sing will be held In the GlenridKe Estates project Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs. George Hutert, general chairman of arrangement*. The singers will be children of the GlenridKe area and will meet Just above the Island on Quinn street, •where Malcolm Wilson will be in charge of ceremonies. Santa Claus will distribute gifts of candy to the children, who will be identified by arm band* of their various groups. The Carol Sing 1 3 sponsored~by the West Side Community club. The carols will be sung by the fallowing groups: Kris Kringle Car- ul*«ri !<•<! by Mars. Matthew Houston. Judy Brown and Paul Bendlor, c«.ndle bearers; children under third grade. Kenncy Lynch, David and Lawrance Smith. Betty Ann Puo- »eck. Gary Johnson. Wayne Lillls. Catherine Brown, Russell, Paul and Linda Bradford. William Pohl, Michael Poyntcr, j'ohn, JnmcHnnd Betty Mankowlch, Margaret Mary Caulfield, Barbara Teach. Henry Raclcl, Richard Bcndlcr, Gcorglanno. McCann. Charles and Jack Tower. Jean Gerard. John Shla. James and William Goodwin: children third grade 1 and up, Nenl Houston, Mariano and William PttBsoek Mary Ann Wither, Cheryl Johnson, Carol Kcllor, Thomas Lyona, Judy, Bonnie and Thomas Brown, Nancy Shin, William Caulftold. Arnold and Carol Wttlte, Virginia nnd Paul Bendlor. Carol Gerard. HOLLY BERRIES J«d l.y Mm. Malcolm Wilson; Edward Kctmon Richard Leroy, Norman GlbbH, Puui O'Brien, ndult helpers; Eleanor Wfl- ion. Joyce Webster, candle bearers; children under third grade, Susan Kosson, Wllllnm Kesson, Karen Kenion. Richard Leroy, Ronald Kovacs, Lcona Evens. Mary Ann Nlskl, Phillip Haas Pamola St. Jean, William Kuckowski, Bruce Tuttlo. Patricia O'Brien. Judy Melbourne, John Scttstrand, William Scastrand, Carol Murphy, Nancy Glbbs, Roger Trlpp; children third grade and up. Robert Kosson, Eleanor Wilson, Geoffrey Wilson, Rose Marie Brecelnlk, Alan Greer Judy Grcer, Sally Eajum. Steven HIIIIH, Priinols Ivackowskl. Bfnnlo Kackowskl, Paul O'Brien. Theresa Sulkuwskl, Albert Hyde. Phyllis Webster, Joyce Wol>- iti'r, Eliilno Murphy. John Murj/tiy, Joan Murphy, Judy Trlpp. REJNDERR HISI.LS Mrs. I-lar- Furs for CHRISTMAS AT BIG SAVINGS We Are Overstocked • Rich Moutons as low as $69. • Sheared Raccoons • Russian Persians as low as $295. CAPES • JACKETS • SCARFS Also Drastically Low Priced AU Neck Ptacen and CouU are of tho UHUU! hl»h, dependable quality. • BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS • ROSEHZWEIG'S 148 NORTH MAIN STREET _ WATERBURY ry O. Streeter, leader; Shirley Puller anil Richard Pawkeroid, candle bearers; Jinnies, younger children, Sharlcne Hogan, Brxlce Streeter, Karen Streeter, Mary Anne Saka- louckas, Michael GoldHmlth, Ellen Goldsmith, Douglas Migliozzi. Su- aiin Anderson, Katherlnu Knczkow- skl, Hotly Joan Hanky_ Mary Ellen Stlnmin, Jamea Yodcr, Mlcholo Howard, Michael Howard, Donna Lcary, Gilbert Imhol/., Jciinnn, Hob- crt and Marilyn r^ohmun, Ellen und Sandra HtniHOna, John und Carolyn Mariano. Robert und Richard Sncarrln, Bnrbarit Happy, David Klrby, Owen McKo«; older chll- dr«n, Isabolle Fornandoz, Judith Hnnkoy, Chnrlos Andorson, Robert StlnHon. lioKcr Quint, Juno Quint, Unrbara and Diana Peck, Lorutta I.ytle, Allan and Judy Happy, Jumos Kirby. Patricia McKee, Barbara, Pntriclii and MurRaret Kaczkow- Hkl. RUDOLPH REINDEER RKVEL- ERS, Mrs. Charles BoHHldy, louder; LolH Fox und Muriel Grucn, candle bearerd; under third (,'rudc, Eileen Green, Patricia DavlB, Joyce Wohl- kc, Evelyn HalKh, Chrlatopher and Stephen Hurr, ThomiiM and Gerald Curpi.'nujr, Meredith Elmoro, Mury Ann Hlolcun, Gary Flynn, Thuniiw mid CharlOB Shea, Shirley and Kd- wnrd I.onK r o, Jnnot McCulloufjh; •ivnr (bird Hi-ndo, Bally BoHuldy, JUHII Hii.M«ell, Donald and Kenneth Hunbury, George Hal(?h, Muriel <7r«!nn, Jimeph Green. Loin and Benjamin Fox, Paul Burtfath, Joanne iKono. William SoK'jndorph. SANTA'S EbVJCS, Mrs. Chn,rl«n Bronker. louder; Nancy Turn c and "' 'i;ni!i! Klrnmer, candle benrora; ll«r|ji!rt l^ilko, GoorKii HUert, Frank Chlavetta and Klnfralcy French, aa- Histnnts; Peter Kahan, VoraKahan, MUthiutl Chliivotla, Pattl and Robert . Brcnkor, Robert Com«Lock, Sandra und Kenneth Harrlnon, Dlnno Kn|,'elMtad, Judy and Ellnn Mariano, Sully Ward, Churlim Gould, Moiru nnd Robert Klnno, Susanno Kinne, ICllim and Scotty MacNollly, I^uron nnd George Hlsert. • rncc and Flornnco KImmer, Nnn- cy Turwc. Kenneth Clymcr, Brunt ulHtad, Janet and Frederick HUIIH. Jamew Tlerncy, Carol nnd Corrlno Marquiw, Sharon John«on, Janet and Clayton Dethlef H en, Su«an ami 'fully Shelley. JndyGllpat- rlck. Bruce Tulhill, Bonnie Tuthlll, Charles and John Brody. Daniel Brody. John und MarK'irot French Carol Ann Gelltih, Robert and Patricia Marquis. On The Air Today G:30--WAT»—NAUCJATUCK NEWS WTIC—.hint Pluln Hill WWCO—Tom Mix r>;«—Wl.mv—Curt MHHHOV Time WTIO- Front I'IIKO ' Kurriil) WATK—Alliirniinri lluiKtrn B:<)0—WIJUY —K. 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IIIHK cnmiiv WTIC -IllMtrlrl Atlornnv W ATH—NUXB Ailhtni'M I'layrn WWC'O—famlly Tll«/illir 10:00—wniiV-Biirnn nml Allen WTIC—IllK Htory WATIU-Hhorii anil Hlnntni Stu.w WWCO—NfiWM Cnmmnntiitor I n : i r—wWCO_N«WHr«*l 10 :SO—wnilY—Uirn 'n Abnnr WTTf—Cnrtnln Tlmi! WATH—On Trlnl WWW»—Mnrven Mlllitr 10:Hr,..-WWrO~MiiHli' You Wnnl 11:011—All KtiitlmiH— NfWH 1 1 • 1 . r » — W>T> V—NIIfn f«j|ft WTIC—Mlmly r-nrnon WWCO-MN Tdilay WATK—HimrtiH i| :30~WT1O-nnni!« nrnh. WATU—Hen™ Dnnnn Orrh. WWCO—r>nni-» Oroh. 12:00 All HtiitltiiiH—NCWH \/ \/ NEWS TO THE CASUAL READER MAY BE TRAGEDY TO YOU /v /v /v /v /v We are not alarmists. But we don't have to tell you what can happen to your savings bonds and other valuables if left around the house. The answer is in every newspaper you pick The NAUGATUCK NATIONAL BANK MIMBEH KDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COEPOHATION . FEDERAL BESEBVE 3Y8TIM Boies Elected To Hospital Committee William C. Rolen wan elected t/> tho executive committee of Waterbury Howpltal n» .-.e annual meeting of the board of directors Monday. A Kcneriil decrease In uno of th« hoHpltal during the past yonr wa« noted in tho report of Suporin- tundent CharleH V. Wynne. A fewer number of putlont« stayed leas timo than in *1948 and 1,825 babion wore burn In 1948 comparod to J,6fi2 thl« your. KABLV I.IFK POLICY First life InHurunco policy on rec- irti was issued In England in 1083. V \/ \s \/ \/ N/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ N/ \/ \/ NX (NX >/ IN/ /V /\ /\ s\ /\ '\ /\ '\ /\ s\ s\ /\ s\ /\ s\ /\ s\ XV up. "Destroyed by fire," "Lost," "Stolen" are everyday headlines. A Naug-atuck National Safe Deposit Box is "one of the safest places in the world." Rent one without delay—AND BE SURE! A. M. r, ilill 6:-l.'i (1:00 »:30 7:00 7 :!-IO 7:4n K:0fl 9:00 9 :.'IO I0:0n tl :00- I*. M. HiflO TKIJEVIKIOX WNIIV.TV Ck«Dn«l « Ti.fl Dtiicln -llnwily DixMly i-Mlm Shorts l.ucky ]»IID Kuklii. Friin nnil Ollle Hhnwrrinm Vlnc'i'nt 1,oi;nz Arlliur (.ludfrny l>unnln|c«r Khuw Insldo 1IHA WrcHtlln«! W('IIH Clinnncl I Ti-il RlHiiln Hhnw rirllO-TIm churk W"Knn C:30— JJul) llowiinl Hliow i Miiwnril Hllc.w Sophomores Hold Christmas Assembly A ChrlathiM aMembly for sopho- raorca was hold Tuesday morning- in the Nnugatuck High School auditorium, according to >ll»H Huronca A. Andaman, iruldancn mi- purvlgor. Bernard Oarrlck w-ftn master of coromonloH. The Invocation wun t'tvon by Charlotte Wood and A violin solo wan rerulored by Mnrt'ltt Baxter, A bruit! quartet, conalMtliig L>f Howard Wood, Robert Hartwell. Anthony Martinez- ana Milton Bcrkowitz, amlatant supervisor uf muKlc, entertained, and four selections were sung toy the high school choir. Barbara Burtnett accompanied on the piano. The assembly closed with the (singing of Chrlotmiur Cdrolii by th& ontlre duns, joined »y the choir, Jesse F. Davit), director of music In the public schools, and Mr. Bcrkowitz, were in charge of this muHle. FOUNDER'S TOMB Nanking, China—The tomb of Sun Yat-Seri, founder of tho Chlnonc republic, la outside tho Kitou of Nanking. NAUOATUCK NEWS (CONN.). WEDNESDAY. DKC. 14, IMt IM.CE Beccia Elected By Pbtts Mills Club The annual mcotinK of tho Platt» MHln Community club wa» held Tuesday nlg-ht, with Martin J. Boc- cla elnctcd president. Othor officers numod <iro: Fred Hukcr, vlce-prniit- dont; Mrtt. Vivian Judd, necretiiry; Mrs. Alice Barro, treimuror. Appointed lo the board of dlrcc- l.orM wore Jiirntm Sllvornalo Wnltor Roberln, Luther Tooker, Ponquale Oalullo nnd Mrs. Henrietta Konko. Installation of offlccr» will be held Jan. 4. with mumbei-M of the Hope- villc Community club of Wiiterbury in charge. During the meeting plans were discussed for purchasing; a televi- Hlon net; removal of th* abutment at Highland avenue *nd Brl.tol streets; oiling of »1re«tn In Ah* nee- lion ; erection of street •l*nii «nU the Itutallatlon of new wat*r mains from Nnu^atuck. PLASTIC TOIUCT 8KATH Lifetime GuaranUw AMwrtod Colon WEISS BZH FBANKLDI KOKX cttuncn ST. NADQATOCK ^ I * !|W5 « IW0 « I «««I^^ Naugatuck Christmas Shopping Schedule!! Stores Open Thursday, Friday And Satui ts This Week Until 8:45 Dec. 7 :fl(i 7: ir. 7:30 7 MS K:00 . l'uiil Arnnlil HIlDW CI1H TV N«WH At tlornr- Show Arthur C.oillrey nnfl Hln Frk-mlH I) :00--Dunnlnni'r Hhow !i :;!0-.,Hr.x)riK OoutH II :no— THctlnils ol Mfl 11 :sn— Ncwsri-nl P.- M. WNIIT Channnl 4 r> :iri— .luilv HplnterH 5:30--. llfiwrty nnmly '-n H Th'auter (1 ififi—Wiuiilinr 7 :00— Kuklii. Fran * Ollln 7:30-Mnrlnn Downiiy 7:in—NnWH C.'trnvan 8 :00--r-rlHlM 1 X: SO— TIKI Clock n :00-Ti'l«vlnlfm Thentor 1« :(K'~.Uri*nk til" Hunk 10:30—lnlnr(nltli In Action Dlnnnr Santa Clans Visits Cub Pack Seven Tho anmml ChrlHlmaH party of Cub Pack No. 7 of St. Michael's Episcopal church was held Tuesday nl^ht In Ixnvln Memorial hall, with Albert Mortensen, member of the pack staff In charge of the event. Tho Cuba decorated a Christmas troc with ornaments they had made at /noetlnffs. Santa Clnus visited the group and distributed gifts. Refreshments wore served. 2,000 STABS VIEWED It IH possible for the human eye, unaided, to BOO about 7,000 HtarH at one lime. STORES OPEN TUESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 20 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 21 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 22 UNTIL 8:45 • STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 23 UNTIL 8:45 STORES WILL CLOSE DECEMBER 24, CHRISTMAS EVE AT 5:45 • All Stores Open Usual Day Hours Mondays Thru Saturdays Each Week In Addition To Evening Hourg Listed Above RETAIL DIVISION OF NAUGATUCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WATCH FOR THE MYSTERY MAN THURSDAY NIGHT. HE WILL VISIT 15 LEADING NAUGATUCK STORES. A $5.00 CASH AWARD IN EACH STORE. 'i££4»W*»%4V* i«Ffr««F>vHlt^n 5 t HERE'S A WONDERFVL GIFT, DEAR" "Mother says she read the Putnam ads about giving securities aa Christmas gifts and enough stocfc of The \ I Connecticut Light and Power Co. to pay our electric- bills. Well, here's our certificate. Where's the budget? Let's scratch THAT bill off." HOW MUOH IS THEIR BILL? BUY COSTING TO PAY A THEM ABOUT MONTHLY BILL OF 10 Shares $ 595 00 $2 70 12 Shares 7J4.00 335 15 Shares 892.50 4 Q6 20 Shares 1,190.00 542 25 Shares 1,487.50 677 30 Shares 1,785.00 812 35 Shares 2,082.50 9^43 ccaac««r< PUTNAM &1CQ 6 Central Row. Hartford Tel. 5-0151 OUR NAUOATUOK BEPEESBNTATJVE IS MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN Please Call Waterbury 5-0238 (Reverse Ohargw) 11 am interested in buying enough stock of CONNECTICUT' JLIQHT AND POWER CO. to pay a monthly bill of $ , How many shares will I need? Name Street and Number 1 City or Town NNi ssB^vassfsst^^

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