Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 15, 1949 · Page 3
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VFW Auxiliary To Hold Xmas Party Monday The auxiliary of Crusnder Post Veterans of Foreign Wars, will stage its annual Christmas party for children of members and friendw at the post homo next Monday evening. Santa Claus will be present and there will be Rifts for all children attending. Refreshment.* will be served. Mrs. Pearl "Lemoinc is chairman Of the arrangement.'! committee. She i» onnlstcd by Mm. Kiiy K:ul- cllff. Mrs. Christine Holm. Mr». Il.-t- *el Bickford. Mrs, Anna Leonhardt, Mrs. .Tnnnm-ttn Klc-tndnn. Mm. Anmi Frednul and Minn Jam: Bntitempo. Hostess Tuesday At Yule Party llo;:li'fM ill n ChrlMlmaH din p:uiy l'"r int-nit'i-i-s of the ll.'i| py | lloui>! club Tuesday evening was [Mrs. William Happy of No th Hnndloy street. T''ollnwi]i;r (lip clinnpr. j;lft.s \v distributed from -L KI'^IJ baj; and tertainmi'nt provided. Tho.se attcndinj,' were: Mrs. A. J. Htippy. Miss Catherine Clrlffin, MI-H. Ralph Quinn. Mrs. I'taynrmnd Quinn, Mrs. Ann jl.'ippy Mr.';. Cliiorgt' Smith. Mrs. Edward Lon^'o and Mi-.;. Pete:- Quinn. FOl'K VKAU YOUTH "i-riitl "vstri-s r<-n'-h mniurlty nbout Ihh fourl h yinir nf lll'iv Social-Personal Fraternal Entertains At Supper Party MI-.H. YIIKVO Dahlln nf Grove street, entertained recently at a Christina.-i Kuppiu- party for members of Mm, Malcolm WIlson'K Hillside Con] Ki'<'>;<' l Uonal church Sunday achool ClaiSH. GanvM WIT., jjlayed and Klrtn ex- rhari|;cd. Ainoiii; tliomi attcndlnx were: Hiith AliniinHim, Carol W/ilie Marilyn Carlson, Sully KIIHOM, Janet llmiM. ninnni' ICnj;i'lsliul, Jiuin Wa»- tlci nnil I Ham. I liihlln. OI TO PLEASH MEN OF DISCERNMENT -Man's Diamond $100.00 I'.lack Onyx $35.00 •Parker I'en Sri, $8.75 -fluid Cuf]' Ionics $25.00 •Knife and Clinin $15.00 T $10.00 Visit, or phana us, for unusual gift suggestions to really make this Clirisimas an eventful ' F »»/ > »t occasion for him. ('ILMlilK Oil JWDGET 'KX MONDAYS UNTIL XMAS since JTRCCT LtCtNSED . BY R.C.A. VICTOR Tele-fone...quality television at price everyone can afford! TELE-TONE'S OVERSIZE 10" PICTURE TUBE — Sensational performance . . . Sensationally priced. Here is the big picture TV set that you have been waiting for. Enjoy clear pictures. None-free FM sound circuit. Super-sensitive tuner. Picture- lock. BeoutifuHy designed cabinet. Only $16995 NOW! NO EXPENSIVE OUTDOOR INSTALLATION In 9 Out of 10 Favorable Locations Lincoln ( f ) Store 61 WEST MAIN ST. Miss Galrlson; Mrs. Wedemeyer* Bridge Winners Miss Mildred Carlson und Mrs John Wiidnmoyer won tho WodncH day iivetilnK Salem brldjjo tuurna- iiKiiil. played at the home of MI-H Walter I. FSaker, Cedar street, with n riforc ol 1 402 1-2 mutch points. Other hij-jh nc:oroi-M wnre Mro. J W. ViirKiiiion nnil MI-M, John Kolly, .'17'l; Warren 1 ICHII and JoHoph |r|Hh- «ir. 'MVJ. I-:; nnil Mrs. Carl I'oppr man nnd MI-M. l»onnld Klrby, 302. lll|,'h ticnrnr.s north nml Month lust nlfdil were Mra. 1'cpperman nnd Mm, Klrby, 72 1-2; Mr«. Kelly arid MI-H. Vi'i'K'uaon, 7t) .1-2, and Mm. JamuH KlHtianu nnd Mr». Martin Lynn, (JO. Kii.st. and west high Hcorem were Mm. Kveret.t T. Hoj;ers and Mm. I-IH Alduraon. (15 1-2; Mr«. Mui-ton ilrlce and Misn Anna Lynch, 03 1-2 nnd Mr. and Mm. KrneHl Owcnn, 61 Church Youth' Group Plalntf Pla)y, Palrt'Jl A play, "The Cmie of (he Strnnj,r Hiihy," will hi. pniHcntcd Sundiiv afl.ornoon al -I ocloch In tho (Joii- •roKallonnl purloh houne. under the f the Pilgrim Folloiv- > niiHor.shlp uhlp. M<imbern. Ihnlr' parenta and friends are invited to attend t.hfc production, which in directed by Ueverly Tultle, with Harriet Hor-mer )i» )>r'>/M>rlli>.H m/inagur. The ca.it Includen: Charlotte Woofl, Ruth Tuley, Cubby r^yoii'i, Jenn 'J'lHIillJ, SiiMan L.l[.tl«, .Sully Walker, Clara Uehrendl. and Ami LrirentHOn. The youth Rroup /ilso Is planning a ChrlMtmaM jiarty Saturday evc- nlnj,' In tho parish houHe' n.1 7 ''clock. McmhorH are rcijtjeHt.ett (o furniHh 2!)-ccnt for the Refi-nshmentu will be served. Entertains Club At Yule Party Tho Btaff of the Aldornon Funeral Homon In thin area wern .>ntor- tained thi.H week ul a ChrlHtman party at the Cop;>er Kettle, wUh IdrlH Alder.son as hont. Anioii),' thnsr attending wei-f MI-H. Aldernun, Mr, «nd Mrs. Xclrls R. Algernon, Mr. and Mra. H. Fr-->- mont Alder.son, Mr. and Mm. .Paul K. Khiiihr, Wllllum Westerman. Mr. and MI-H. J, Cilenn Orlffllh' Mr. and MI-M. Frederick Wib.m, Mr. nnd MI-H. Herbert Bohlln Mi' and Mm. ifYiinclH Brlcn Mr and Mra. William Crime, Mr. and Mrn Rowland Jl/irUey, John Donovan .1. Warren- Griffith, Lyman Hnd K man, Mr, anil Mm. Howard May Mr. ami Mr»i. Jo Mr . M, Mltrholl, lHB Hulh NoynM mid Mra. Wullnr tcott. THK NKW SYLVANIA TELEVISION «t Gerald's Appliance — Now f,ow FrluciN — »07 SPUINQ ST. UNION CITY tool Thorn All II rjnlon «,., mb7 . Christmas Cards and Wrapping Paper Miss Foster's Shop 17 Carroll Court ICHRISTMAS CARDS for EVERYONE SPECIAL CARDS For Relatives NOW MAIL- BUY— i VISIT OUR GIFT ANNEX ON THE BALCONY Your Christmas Store ! SWEENEY'S jj! AHT ;in<l HTATONKHY HTOKIo! iM3 Chureh SI,. — NiiliKaluc'.k ' Entertain 90 Children At Yule Party Ninety children were entertained Sunday afternoon at tho Flrnt annual ChrlHtmas party, sponnored by the ICmblem club of the Nnu- Katuek Lodfru of Elk», In tho ll!lkn roomif, Noary building. Tho children attending 1 were: Hobivrt. St. Joint, Knvln Ht. John, Bully Ann Leary, Hunan Cullahan, Judy Caillaban, Bunlso Carroll, Itoibert Nordliy, Frank Ault, Koth Vincent, Nancy Hunlth, Lynn Smith, Mary Kiithleon McVwry, John Klnnnck, Ronald Ru/.zy, KrltiUnn. C(x:'kcroft. .Janet 1-lonnisHnay, Roberta Hall, Cindy Hall, FrancoH McGroary, Anne McGroary, Carol Ann, Savage, Pierre Savage, CharloB Weil- ton, Janet Hooney, Coor^n KliiKB- loy, Karon BradMhaw, Patricia Bntdfihaw, James Blrdaall, David Wea-vlng, Mary Beth OToolo, John O'Toole, Andrew O'Toolo, Jr. Arthur Haveivwit, Frcdorlck Hav- ei-Bat, Susan Jane Ballnskl, Donald Mossncr, William Mosancr, Bridget YnchtlB, FrannoH Yivchtlri, John Hayward, Luona lart, William larl, Kayanne Gallagher, Chrlntlno Lowe, Joan Garllnttkl, Shirley Lakatow, Carol Ann Krykonkl, Robert McNaman, J3ai*ara Sullivan, Geraldlne Callnhan. Kenneth Churchill, Mary Kllon Auh, John E. Aah, Jr., Hrlen A«h, Vent Sheridan, Patricia Donahue, JIM Donahue, Joan Klllolt, J. p, Donahue, Jr., Rosemary Trttlffian, JamuH 1C. Drlnckonhorr, Murybcllo nnd Chrlntlne Fox, John Lodge, Ifidmond Lawlor. Leo HennesBcy, Neal HonneBsey Arllne Hennenaey, Bud Wain, Trlcla Halo, Judith Bowor, Ijynn Ka/.eme- kais, Joonnt Green, Robert J?urna, Brian Brennan, Lynn Brennan Mant-oon Burnn, Kmthlnnn BurriH, LolH Ann Sirica, Konorta Alpnrt' 9u»nn ALpert, Kathleen Darmody Betty Lou, Loretta May and George Louln Trlano, Judy, Jean John, Kdward and Charles Our- land. Auxiliary Members Al$ W. H. Meeting Five member* of »he Post JNTo. 17, American JLojjlon Ladlcu Auxiliary, ittendod a meeting- or the Second District American Lefflon Ladlou Auxiliary, Imil nl^hl In Wont Haven. They worn: MIS'H Dorothy Broiler, president of tho loeiil unit; Mi™ Francea Bni'/.lel, M,rn, Jfld- wurd Wilcox, IMIsa Mary Lcary xnd Mm. Thomnn Erodor, past prunldunt of thtj vocond dliitrlct. All units In thn dlwtrlet reported icmtrlbullng- to the Chrlntmiia Gift Shop ami jflft shops at NewltiKlon tnd Rocky Hill hi)»r>ltnl(». Two «lft ihopji urn to bo hold al. UndorolllT md Oaylord sanatorlams n«xt veolc. It VVIIM alwo rctpnrted that 50 thlldren at. vatoraim In tho nocond llntrliit living In ln«tltutionH or roater homoa. will ho remembered it, OhrlHtmaH nnd that a ChrlHt,rnn.M wily will ho hold I>ec. 24 for nlill- Iron ut the New Havon County Newlnans Note Anniversary Mr. nnd Mra. Mnrold K. Newman, horry Mtreut, lire today ol)HCrvln« heir 34th wedding anniversary. huy worn married Dec. IB, 1915 in uwtuoltct, R, I. Mrs. Newman Is the. former I..OT- llu Allen of Pawtuckct. They are he pnrcntB of four children. Miss jonovlevo Newman. Minn Wllrna Nowman and Harold A. and lOd- ward Newman, all of Naugatuck. Personals I'hc! llekot comnnlt.leii for I.JIH l({h Bull Bull, which will tin icld by the Nauxatuek • Womon's !!ub JunlorottcH, hu» boon uppolnc- nd as folows: \Vandn. KtlmaHloikl, isthor Donovan, Donald Almr|iilut, lurbora Ratkwlch ftnd Dlaiulo Spadnla. The club plans a pnHucic jpper for membcrn nnd I heir not.herH for the next meeting. MemborH linvo made a conlurpleco ' the dunce. Lilian Qiiirko, a Hlmlont at Urn avf Havon State Toachern Co!- fte, wan nmnnK BUOHtw at Dm tin- nual ChrlHtmiiH dinner of the U- brrny School of tho colloRn, last light in tho coll«K<5 cafeteria. Mrn. Tracy Broon In ;i innmliar if (ho oonimllteo In chttrKe of ar- 'unKummitn for thn annual Huinl-for- mal dance to be held Saturday night it tho Country Club of Watcrbury oy the Waterbury Hospital Alumnaei, issociation. . A mootlnK of the Luthor f tho Immanuol Lutheran church vaw held recently^ with Wayne iVuinhurdt and George Vaijt. Innrt- ng the dovotlong. A nodal hour was hold by the 10 tnombnra pronant, with refrunhmuntn norvod by Nornan Lll.kc. Nancy Turno wan ru- colved UH tt new member. Mra. ChrlHtlno Holm In proitldenl )f thn Nitu/irntuck CJuiptai- of War Mothora nnd not Mrs, BHna HOUHO, olfloern of tho chapter announce. If It'» Anything tor Your Call ARRAY FLOOR OOVEKINGB I DUmond 8t Tel. W1S Sodality Holds Christmas Party A Chrlntmita party wim held r«- enntly at Annonber^'H Park Place restaurant by the Children of Mary Sodality of St. Hedwl{;'n church. Those present wore: The Rev. Leo Sutula, director of the Sodality, Dolorcu RlmkoBkl, Dorothy Lacuna, Ramona Novak Helen Purkowskl, Lorraine Wlsinnki, Hodwlj? Hryn- kiewlcz, Helen Elnlk, Barbara Kry- NAUOATIJCK NEWH (CONN.), TMIJRKDAV. nKC. Ifl, 1»«B-I'A«K S koMhl, ThiM-nna HurnHowlo/,, »nd Alico JnnkowMki. ChrUitmati Curoln we™ minir nnd Klftu dlHtrlbuteil from a |.;rnb liny.. A /,'lft was prtmentnd Father Mu- tula. Entertains Staff At Christmas Party Mrs. L. N. Tomllnson. Jr., 46 Lew- IH Btrcct. recently entertained at thn annunl Chrlnlimin parly of her rhsb The houmi and table were doooratetl In litroplnn with tho B«a»on and Rifts wen. I'xvhnnKcil. Thorni atlnmllnK were: Mra. John CroHby, Mrs. Alfred Luciu, Mm. Jack Quinn, Mro. J. M. Fnlrbnnk and the hostess. FARM FIKK TOLL Farm fires burn 3 500 persons to death annually. KLKGANT HANDBAGS FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING 12 OUR EXCLUSIVE JANA CALF BAGS ARK WORKS OF ART The Line is simple, rounded for (rrnen. Tho medium is finest satihy calf . . . clasped wit.li grandeur for the luxurious look of plus tax 8.98* HA.NnfBAfJ,S • MAIN' FLOOR OPEN THURSDAY AND SATURDAY TILL 8:45 ^uqenkeimei Quilte4 Satin Tkat Wrap* Iffu It, IIHH an. uxt.ravngant. .nltirl,; l.hr )injii K — ;i «»mrt, contni.sliiig color, in liiHt.roiiH Matin, HO prntty, you'll wnnl. il. yonr.sclf . . . Imt. what, ri wondurl'iil. Clirintiiia.s K m, it, will mukc. J-'or 'nmniiiiK (.inn: or time, ciitart.Himni; or Navy — Emerald — Win<>. MiHK.-s and Junior si/.oH. $14.9* Same colors, sizes 38 to 46. $16.98 ROBES — NEGLIGEES — SECOND FLOOR OPEN TtiyilSDAY AND SATURDAY TILL 8:45

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