Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 19, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, December 19, 1949
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COHN STARCH MADE Starch wan made commercially from c«»n for th« first time in the U. S. fn 1842. Buy Christmas S«al« H*lp Stamp Out TB Centennial Lodge Election Tonight Tne semi-annual election of officers of Centennial lodge. No. 10P, IOOF, will be 'held tonight at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall. Robert Crandall. noble grand, will be In charge of the session. after which refreshments will be nerved durlnjf a nocln! hour. All Odd Fellows In the borough aie invited to attend. 82 NKW YOBK COUNTIES New York state has 62 counties, reveral of which outrank some AttiteB In population. Fresh Cut Connecticut CHRISTMAS TREES 500 TO CHOOSE FROM! Large and Small Sizes FRESH STOCKS DAILY Open Daily and Evenings Starting: Tuesday, Dec. 13th RUDY SMITH'S CHRISTMAS TREE STATION Park Place (Next to Q. 0. Murphy Co.) Free Deliv&rjy SKIPPER ON SEA 6F MATRIMONY amuses her greatly, </ntenia<ionaJ) Funeral Samuel Sanford Funeral servlcen for Samuel Sunford, 85, of 23 Grove street, who iled Friday at his home after a brief illness, were held thin after- loon nt 2 o'clock at the Aldcrnon Funeral Homo, 20J Meadow itreut, with the Rev. Donald L. Keit minister of Sulcm L.uthern.'i "hurch, officiating. Burial win in Grove Cemetery. M|HH Ethel Snirnonnon, Holol'i'., rendered "What A Friend We Huv<> In JBHUS" and a Swedluh hymn. Bearers were Milton Parsons, Daniel Knglund, Walter Erifjlund, Ernest Englund, John Lods and Allan Guatafson •HUGHES "Watarbury's Friendly Department StoiV' "Everybody's Santa Glaus" Store Hours: Open Today to 5:45 Store Hours Tuesday 9:30 to 8:45 40 Denier, Medium Sheers br«v modlte duchem for slender for average for tall, or small legs size legs larger legs 30 Denier, Sheers $1.75 , lialr ' 20 Denier, Very Sheers W-85 tmlr 15 Denier, Gossamer Sheers $1.95 , Y imlr Belle Sharmeer are the longed-for Blockings . . . loved for (heir fabulously smooth fit ... for their lasting fine quality. Choose these cheri.shed gifts now from a fresh, selection of sheers, and new fashion shade* which include Skyline, Neutrone, Tower Taupe, Ashlight and White. Sizes 3i/ 2 •O STREET FLOOR DAILY DELIVERY TO NAUGATUCK UP TO CHRISTMAS Vagrant Jailed; Out For Christinas John Noian. Waierbury, arrestort ycHterday on 11 charge of vagrancy, WHH Ncntuncnrt to 30-diiyn '.n Now Havnn County Jull whon ho appnarcd In Borough Court todny. Deputy Jud«n JoHoph P. Donahua HUHiKindcd 25-dnyH of the nantcncc In order that Nolun be true for ChristmiiB. Frnnk MuHhlnnkl, ^^ Fp.rn ulri'ul, wan granted u nolle on pnyment of $& on u charge of violating the rulp.f of the ?'oad. He was nrrostnd Friday niKht. aft«r pollen Halil hla car struck a parked car on Church street. Michael J. Kennedy, 23. Hotoh- klsa street, char Bed -with Intoxlc'i- fion, forfeited a $9 bond when he failed to appear, George RuvonHcroft 97 Gorman ctreot, charged with parking a fitop Hlgn forfeited a $5 bond Rudolph Smith, 24. 302 Gorman street nlHo charfjod with pasHlntf it stop sign fcrfoitjd a $C bond. ' Saturday CUHCH Peter Sanda, 00 City Hill fitrefct, WBH fined $25 on a charge of violating the motor vehicle lawn when he appeared before Judge Crine In court Saturday. Ho »os found Innocent of a charge of while under Iho Influonod ot liquor. Walter Blimilc, 20 Spring Htro'i'.. arr«Hted on char»;«!H of Intoxication and breach of K;he, 'was "ound Innocent of the first charge nd fined $15 on the nccond A $5 bond was forfeited by Dar. . lei DiPrlma, 1000 North Mn!n itrcet, Waterbury. whon he failed o appear on a charge of panning red llsht. The case of Edward Wysockl, Pronpect Hired, charged with vujlatlnsr the motor vehicle IUWH after police said his light truck collided with a parked car .in. Candee road Friday night, WHS continued to Dec. 24 under a $TOO bond. CONTINUED Donald Garrlck, 34, of 1(51 New sticet, charged with reckless driving wan given a continuance to Dec. 31 when he appeared before Judge John A. Mcmbrino in Waterbury City Court Saturday. SKAFOOD PACK Nearly one billion metal cans are used annually to pack seafood in the U. S. —Church Notes— St. Primes' Thla evening at ,7 o'clock the CYO will meet In the Chapel. Wednesday evening at 6:48 o'clock the junior choir will rehearse In the rhoir loft. At 8 o'clock the senior choir will rehearse In the choir loft. Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be a first anniversary requiem hlgn Mass for Michael Shea. At S o'clock there will be a l2th anniversary requiem high Mads for Michael Shea. At 8 o'clock I hum will bo a 12th anniversary hli^h Ma«ii for Joseph Mengaccl. Saturday morning at 7!30 o'clock there will be a 18th annlycrsury requiem hlKli MnKn for Jhon Hun- Icy. MBBSCSI Chrlstmns Day will he at C, 7. 8, 9, 10, und 11 o'clock. The U o'clock Mass will Ijo a high Manx, Tho boys' and girls' choirs and the Junior cliolr will «)tijt carold at the 8, 0 10 and 11 o'clock Masses, St. Mary's This evening at 6:30 o'clock, there .vlll be a special meeting %f the Children of Mary Sodality. ,M 7:30 o'clock, there will be Novena devotions In honor of Our Lady ot the Miraculous Medal, After devotions the CYO study club will meet. Thl» afternoon at 4 o'clock, there will be a Christmas party for children of the pariah. Saturday Is the Vigil of Christmas, a day oil fast anil abstinence. MasH«« ChriotmaH Day will be at 5:30, 7:80, 9i30 and 11 o'clock. The reular weekly parish entertainment has been discontinued until after the holidays. There will bo no high Masses this week. St. Hedwtjer'8 This evening, at 7 o'clock there will b« a rh'fc«tlng of th« CYO, Thursday Rftnrnoon at 3 o'clont (hor« will be iritttructlons for thn public school children, Friday morning thora will be n ChrlstmiiH party for St. Hodwltf'.s ':i:hool children. Saturday IH u dny of fttnt nn.) ubutlnenco. Confeaslonu will no hoard In the afternoon and ovo- nlng al. •) ami 7 o'clock. Masses Christmas Day wll! bo ivt U, 8. 9:30 and 11, o'clock. At the (J o'clock Mans the choir will pr«- .".cnt a program of special ChriBf- mas music, featuring traditional Polish hymns T1LK NEW Sakefif OFFKRS YOU THE FINEST IN KYE ANO VUMPEUMCKEL • DELICIOUS rASTKlBS • FANCY ROLLS • OAKB8 VOH SPECIAL OCCASIONS 122 School Street Union City Dial 3985 NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, I>EC. ID, 194»— PACK MEET NATION'S TOP HOME BAKERS I IN A NATIONAL BAKK-OFF CONTEST hold nt n Now York hold the*. thj«. women walked away with the first, second and third cnsh priw* Mr* Kftlpn E. Smafleld (center), of Detroit, Mich., won $50 000 as Uic nation'* top home baker. A BOCOI«! prize of $10,000 went to Mrs. Laura Roil (left), of Napervl) e. IH. The third prize winner, Mr,. R. W. Spragu. right of Son Marino. CullfornJn. rcriilvncl a S4.000 check. Onlorrwtionah EVERY BOY AND GIRL WANTS A— BICYCLE a- Wheel Bikes Jttst Charge It Pay As Little as Xiffcolti I PNGELMAN'S—90 SOUTH MAIN ST.! FRISKY ANIMAL SLIPPERS BLACK,AND WHITE SKUNK BUNNY: ,BLUK AND VKLLOW RABBIT Everybody loves tlicso riiiiindl xlippors. See Uicir tnovable eyes, practical non-skid leather soles, c.otn- fort.iible cushion pljitl'orin.s. They're n\m\v. of felt and siiedft in spjirlcliii;.,' colors . . . sixos are 5 to 12. 61 WEST MAIM ST ee HERE'S A WONDERFUL GIFT, DEAR" "Mother says she read the Putnam ads about giving securities as Christmas gifts and enough stock of The Connecticut Light and Power Co. to pay our electric bills. Well, here's our certificate. Where's the budget? Let's scratch THAf bill off." HOW MUCH IS THEIR BILL? BUY THEM 10 Shares 12 Shares 15 Shares 20 Shares 25 Shares 30 Shares 35 Shares COSTING ABOUT $ 595.00 714.00 892.50 1,190.00 1,487.50 1,786'.00 2,082.50 TO PAY A MONTHLY BILL OF ' |2.70 • 3.25 4.06 5.42 6.77 8.12 9.48 PUTNAM ^Central Row. Hartfdrtf Td. 5.dff»i H OUR NAUOATUOK KEJPEESaNTAtlVE IS MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN Please Call Waterbury 6-0238 (Reverse Charges) , I am interested in buying enough stock of CONNECTICUT I 'LIGHT AND POWlJR CO. to pay a monthly bill of $ , How many shares will I need? Name Street and Number I Ciiy or Town i I NN| ®y*&&*^^

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