Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 16, 1949 · Page 5
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More Than 200 Honor Alderson Idri» AldcrKori. of Woodalde uvi - nue. Waterbury. was donor«d by more than 20O perHons la*t nlftht at Temple Hall. Waterbury, in recognition of his recent elevation to 33d degree Mason. The affair w:is sponsored by Euclid Lodge, Mason u. A member of the Masons since «9W. Mr. Alder»nn IB a charter member of Euclid Lodge, founded in 1829. He w»» pr«ncntcd a 38d dv Kree Jewel on behalf of the lodge by C. H. Clement*, of New Haven, deputy of the Supremo Council of ScottUh Rite M**onit. FRESHLY OUT BALSAM XMAS TREES Of High Quality Go On Bale NOW At The Y. M. C. A. WHIUt THEY LAST A Volont««r Community Service Project of the Y's Men's Club On Staff »». WALTER HK1U,Y, Mnndow «tm«t, U tuiiKiiK thx Nuiifatunk doctor* *«Ii>ct«d to mtrvn on th* coin-tony NUff of WaUtrbnry ho*, pitaj for the conilngr year. He I* a veteran <( f World War II hav- IHK »«rvi«l with th» Naval iu«ll- «U corpn In tho J'Brlflc Th«*t«r. Training School Attendant Held Albert John Cowles, 40. nn nt- cndant at the Southbury Training ichool wu* urriiHtod yoHlerduy by Hate Police on a charge of bigamy. He Is charged with marrying ui'i- ither nt.tondant at the HOhool Dec. 0 while having two othor wives rom whom ho was novor divorced. In 19Z7, police said he marr.od Hartford worann in Baltimore and In 3940 wan married In Mld- llntown to fi Hartford woman without first divorcing hl» flrbt wife. Police are continuing nn In- vr.Hllgntion to dnlnrmlnv whoiher he him more than three wlv«n. Play To Feature Christmas Supper Of PNC Church The armutil Chrlntman Huppivi- of the Polish Notional Church to bo held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock In the church hull will be fouturnd >by a ploy presented by 25 children of the parish. Members erf the ploy's cant urn Mnrynnn Sllcorwkl, Klounor Slltor- »kl Moryunn Stryjowirtd, Florom Swldoi'dhi, Carol Ann Htryjiwalt, Lorraine Swlderskl, Lorraine Stir wlckl, Andrea Mlg, Gtaraldlnn Ctu> swk and Rowilyn Ko*ii.k<>w«l<l. Others In tho cast tiro Robert Bobinakl. Richard Boblnnkl, Chester Nlxlolnk, Jr., John Strtiirxyh, Richard Titriuiovlch, lEUwurd T/ir- Jinovlch. Duniild ttwltturwk^ Patrick Ptcolo, Rdbiirt Depiltila, Robart 8«wlck,t Jttmni iFttuixkirwnltl, ataphon Adamnkl, James Conui- liittkl and John Ckftnullrmkl. Beacon Falls On Dean'* Lint Franklin R. Allen, non of Mr. and MrB. Noblfl A. Allen of Both- any rood, and a minlor at Ftihn college, Cleveland, Ohio, Is on the E>eo4i'» llHt. Mr. AII«n t»i c-mijil»t- ng hlii four your cinirne In tlii-un' youra. Shot In Car Chase Party Mamlbera of Amorlcun Li^lon 'out 25 will -bo BuoutH of the Auxiliary at a Chrletmna party Saturday nlsrht in tho Lo«-|on Hull. T,u- KionnulroH may bring tholr lad Ion. A bakor hitm »uwp»r will bo no-rvi<d at 7:30. Those attending arc allied to faring a jrlft for thp Krali-baK. There will be BlnKlnjj of C'lirlul- . Klm«r Vnlol«, son or Mr, and Mra, P. P. ViilolB, and hil«hand of IHONVBIA_0 SKOUKAB Diiuirhtar of "T^row Hkouro*, movln ni»Knnli>, Dlonynlit O. SltouriiN WUN urriMtnd In T)urlcn, Conn,, on u ritcklHNM driving <'lmi'(f« uftor Imlng nttnt In the (••ft, hund hy police. wl«) fired In an iiH.-mpI to hull hi. r car. Klio IN Hhnwii nlntvn In » rcci'nt photo A ir>-nillc chiiHc preceded hor i»». r<-Hl. (Intnrnutlnniil) Mr«. Ruth Vnloln, Plnaitbrldge, rc- cnnlly undni-wnnt 11 throat opern- lun nt Qriici! - Now Havon Him- illnl. CYO Dnnco Tlir OYO ,,r HI. MUihiinl'n chuirli will hold 11. OirlHtmiiH danuo Siit- irdiry ulKlil. In the Church lycourn. The local Aiixlllnry will be I In it nn<Mlli>K r,r thi! He<:on«l Irli-t. Aiixlllnry, Jim. II, In Din ' y Club Hull. WaUrbury'a Friendly Department Stor." Everybody's Santa Glaus Store Open Saturday Night A GIFT THAT WILL THRILL HER TO HER FINGERTIPS Hansen Double Woven FABRIC GLOVES $198 Pair Put Christinas joy right in tin: pnlni oJ' her liuiuls with a pair of t IK-SI; iovoly gloves. Made; by Hanson of double woven fabric in tho HCiimon'K inowt wanted stylc.s. h'ull-unH and shorties, in novelty and plain types, detailed with whip stitdiing, nclf scallops, i,\, I'.K. and full P.K. KC.WII for lasting (?ood looks and Inim wear. Colors of Black, White and Beige. Sizes 6 to 7 l / z . 8TIIKKT FLOOR HERE'S A BRIGHT GIFT IDEA SILK SQUARES $]98 You'll want to browse thru our exciting collection of unusual, colorful squares. There is benutiful quality in every one . . . definitely a color addition to fashion today in a hard to believe selection of colors and designs. Clay florals, picturo prints, muted ombres and brilliant, border designs. Largo size pure silk squares finished with tiny rolled THE GAYEST CHRISTMAS PRESENT EVER! ( HOLIDAY BRUNCH COATS In Christmas Wrapping Paper Patterns SIZES 12 to 42 $598 ea. STUKET FLOOR A novel ideii! llattie Lecd« lloliilny brnnnh i-onlH in the Hume piiUeniN you'll find on Noren>nn (ChristIIIUH wrti])|)ing piiper . . . with n erisp hilTetu ribbon KUH]I for extra Mvi.sh. Clolorful Itbododrndroii print in Winter 1 White with rose and Whitf flower, ({eiinli- fully tailored of HO square cotton prrcale. Tin- perfect, ChriKtriuiH gift for all the. gain on 'your list! JIOUSE DltKHHICS MKC'ONI) FLOO11 Daiiy Delivery In Naugatuck Up To Christmas Marine Auxiliary Christinas Party Scheduled Tonight Tho fourth annual family ChrlHt- mos party aponimred by the Ludlex Auxiliary ot the Navgatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps Letunio, will be hold thin evening In Odd Fallow hall, Tho pwty, f(tr all Auxiliary nnd JX'tnrhnmnt rnembftm and tholr fumllleti, will rtlnrt nt » o'clock with a covorud dl«h guppcr. Fol- Irnvlnff tho siipjtor. at 7 o'clock, Hntita ClnUB wilt pny a. vlult to dl»- (rlbutc K\tl», DanoliiK and nntitr- (ulnmsnt will follow: Mm, Borthn. Harper and' Mm, Ii'imi Cttxinl aro <c.t>-e)mli'mim of lh« uffnir, Momhoiw wUhlnjf to linvn food for tll« mippsr picked n)> arn awkod to call Ml'*. Hun;)*) 1 H.I. 2IW4 or MrH. CiiHlnl at 70118. Realty Transactions Pa para In tho following ronl oiitata transactions have boon recorded In thn ottlco of Town Ciork llny- mond J. at, John: Dtimolutlnn Bltmolutlon of tho NnuKnfcuck De- vtilopinont Co., with Hurry and ulH Hokolov un .H Quit Claim* fjitrollno AHtrom, Betieon Fnllii to iiHtoos of tho NaugatuRk il!x- anKo Club, property near tho Now Dnm. ICdwnrd, JumnH, John, Jom'ph and William GrlcklH to Ann, Mury und Arrives At Prison In tho ciiKtnily of n deputy nmr- Hhul, K<>p. ,1, 1'in-nrll 'I'hoiriitH (right), Hl'piihllcilll of New ,Jer. xcy, arrive* at Danbiiry, Conn,, where hn'll Nnrvu from II <;o 18 mnntliN In I hi- I'Vdcml Cnrrno tlonnl Iimtl till Ion. Th« ConirruMH- niBn wan sontrnrnd for tnkhiK "UlrliliiK'liK" from oiMploycM «n<l padding pnyrollN. Ho WIIM fined *10,(XM>. (Intnmiitloiiul) N A TO ATOCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, DEC 1«, IMH-FAOB 5 "SIMPLICITY" SERIES DIAMOND RINGS by CLAYTON'S TAKK ONE YEAR TO PAY AT CLAYTON'S property on Mnplu lolon O rick In. Illl road. Warranty Dcr-d Martha P. Dunn to Edward and Mm. IB. Bradbury, lot cm Poarl road. PrlMtlno rind nwnot)y nlmplo, Ihiwn churmlnK rinK« by Cluyton'n of excellent quality urn priced modestly. Ill whlln or nntiirnl '(old—$100 In *6«>. <l«[M<mlln K u n ihr ,.tnt uf Uut »olltulr<> Jlamond. 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