Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 21, 1949 · Page 14
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 14

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, December 21, 1949
Page 14
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PAGE 14—NACOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, I>KC. 21, 1040 THE STORY OF THE SAVIOR JMM wot NtliM great crowd* that he wot preparing the way for the Savie*. Mk wot "The voice of one crying in the wilderness. Prepare ye the •oy of the Urd, make his paths straight." Mark (1:3.) The Preparing- of the Way BY WILLIAM E. GILROY. D. D. He bophiod them in rhc River Jordan, preaching the baptism of repentance for th» remission of lins. (Mark 1:4.) C1)P«. 1*4* BV NU SCHVIOI, INC. John told his listeners, "There comcth one mightier than I nf terms, the lotchel of whose shoos I am not worthy to stoop down and unloose." Mark (1:7.) I Green Christmas | For New England Hartford, Doc. 20-~<U P) — It lonlCH HUo n fjrof'n Chrl^tm-TH lor IIHM/I. M««llonu of wont horn N«w r.nglnnd. A wwvthnr btirioii spokesman wild thin mnrnlriK' Unit lhm'« it.pi- pmu'M lltllt! MltolMmod uf snow for tho Yulelldp In Massi, Conn., and R. r. Wlnrttrr olHcln.Hy (wl.n.rtM 'loinoi^ roiv. But tanrrpornturcB arc t-xpeut- nd to t>c more lih/iri .10 ile^r«e« n'bovii M*mwm(i.l nornitilii (Hiring the nnx I four dnyfl, lilifht. rain IM pVHlirUicI for Thursday nntV nguln about Snlur- KIVEHS TO SOUTH About (15 per cnnt of all rivers In North Amm'lcu flow itouth. Realty Transactions The frjIlowlnK pJtporu hnvn bcr-n filed for record In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J, St. John: Warranty JVcdn Thomus H., and Catherine P. Nolan l.o Thooilorn .1.. mill Muri;ui-r- Itc M, KUmaB/,<?wnhl, property on Mlllvlllc avcnuo. Edward J. Ash to Borlon F.. und dithni'lno 1'. Hlril, properly on Morrlf) titi'dt't., Edward J. Ash to Arnold IS., nnd Shirley A. Southard, property on eornor of Morrln and Grucfi ntrorlH Motion K unit fiiilirrlnt. I, nir<t to NauK'it "' I' NnvliiKn Hunk. properly on Morrln p.trn*?t. Arnold K.. nnd Shulcy A Si.iith- anl to Ndii^at urk .Suvin^* Jinnk. properly on roi-K-r .if Morrl» .-mil Niiiiitntiicli K:iviii>;n Unnk to Cyril !., anil .. Mny H. ISocluin. JoHoph P., and J>orlB E. Qtiinn to NniiKUtiick BnvlnK.'i 13»nl<, property on Quinn Hi rout. Burton I' 1 ,, iimi Cnthi-rliin 1,, Mini '.o Edward J. Ash, property on Mor rlN ntrnet. TlK'odorn .)„ unil Miirf:iiorlti.< M. KlImnszeWBkl to NuugiiUiek Huv- ln«B Bank, property on Millvillo KMKHCKNCY rilAI.VS ritOKS LINKS— MONHftY I.INK.H WEISS BEN FRANKLIN STORE CIIUIICI1 NT. HAUOAIDCH B U a K U 8 \tlantic Service Station NCnV OHKNi ! Atlantic Tnjt <;ra<Jn fill Kw>nd-to-n<>n«< 89r-SS«« CHARLIE'S What a Gift... ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Your DODGE and PLYMOUTH Dealer PACKAGE STORE Choice Holiday Liquor* 180 Jliibtmr Ave. -— Tol. 0117 YOUR PICTURES 60 SECONDS AFTER YOU SNAP THEM For Xmag Beo CLAPP, ROSE & VAUQHN, INO. Anaonia Travel Agency A n«w Doclgo, or riymouth an idi>nl XHIUH gift. Vulloy llcadqiiartprn For All Alrllmitt 11 Lewis St., Waterbury Phone 4-2129 Hotchkiss Street Garage John J. Mozilausknti, Prop. Phone C727 ANSONIA TRAVEL AGENCY For CAMERAS, PROJECTORS or PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES SKE > tfc« dinner. Pull • paper Mb. Sixty (ccondj later, open the •Mnera and lift out • beautiful, W(. laMing print ... all Cnimbtd, far oil to enjoy right on the ipotl N* tank*. No liquids. Anymi can •Mp mem . . . tvtr^am can enjoy Ana ... on Chruuuu morning •ad far yean and yean to camel . . . while we can Mill i«one for you for ChrutnuH in ami ice the amazing POLAROID pictur*-in-a-minut« camera m*i $ .3975 (on *aty UriiM, If yo« UM) WILHELM, INC. 129 W. Main St. Tel. 4-0131 \Vt»t«:rliiiry "On The Green" Largest Selection TOYS at tho Lowest Price 1 BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 OHAN1J 8T. WATKIIHUUV Fill her CHRISTMAS STOCKING Cbartro It At RAPHAEL'S. INC. 108-110 CHURCH ST. NAUOATUCK Speeds VValnrlmr.y'H fJAMffillA HIIOI' 21 Grand St., Waterbury reproduction of Ihc scn-,a!ional O.lumt>i« ; p,,AVINC; Rr,,,,,!-, , al „„„. low , (J V . . . «y|y allj ,|,cd I,, .r,y , radio-p)n«jo g iaph or !clcv,,ior> set. only *9 *- 95 «IVK A YMCA UN n (lift (hat will Klvo hnpplniMN "II the year rnuiul. Tho flit Motlinr, DIM!, HlKtnr, llruihor win nnjuy. it O<!(|M now frlAiidit, fun, mid fiil rt'crt'iilloii. YMCA THE COLUMBIA PLAYER ATTACHMENT The MUSIC SHOP • TELEVISION • PIANO • INSTRUMENTS — ICvi-rythltiK Mimlrul — . . . Yes, w« carry the complete eatalog-ue of LP Records. MK CIIIJIU II ST. Hlori' PHONIC r.2M7 IDEAL MARKET Choice MEATS & CiROCKIURH Tiirkoyn for ChrlHlmitH 2 South Main St. Tel. 4930 AURORA Grocery Store MrllU", On nnil ( 111 MAY KT. i, FrultM I'llONK 4014 Old Furniture Made Into New Furniture MATTKKSHKS RKMAI1E STANLEY'S UniOl.STKHY KKKVICK 81 Muplr St.. W-atcrlmry I'honn 4-II270 Bargains lloos — Lane CEDAR CHESTS RICCARDO FURNITURE CO. 467 WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury Phono 4-0292 LEYNARD'S CHILDREN'S SWEATERS 1 to 14 170 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5990 JOE'S Dutch Front Grille TO Hprlng; Ht. 1'hone 4020 MELBOURNE FLOWER SHOP Fl.irli»ti» Slnon KMMJ Mi)inl»-.r of r. T. II. !.'«) Itllhhor Avis T«l, HOTPOINT Washing Machine MAPLE LEAF Restaurant HROS., Tropn. AN IDKAJ. NI'OT I'Oll YOUK CIIIUHTMAH 1'AIITY ItlmnonaMn Frlcnn 172 MAPLE ST. Phone 4857 WAYSIDE Farm Market Naugatuck-Watorbury Rd. A OM<I Stop Miirlif); I'KUITH HIM) VF.CKTAMMCS MKATH nnd Phone 4-9632 Waterbury FOR CHOICE MEATS Stop at Henry's Market 10 Church St. Tel. 3406 Eoostoro Broilers Chickens Capons TURKEYS Rabbits High-Way Drive In Naugatuck- Waterbury Highway Tel, 4872 Now is the Time to Make Your Selections for Christmas of DIAMONDS, WATCHES, and GIFTS C. H. TOMLINSON Neary Building Maple Street Naugatuck HENCO SILKS 50 South Main St. Watorbury, Oonn. II* it's By The Ynrd 'W« Jiuvo It SEW and SAVE GIFT SUGGESTIONS from THE HARNESS SHOP Ladies' Leather Gold Stamped JEWEL OASES _ $950 Others $1.C8 up; plug tax WALES, HONEYMOON PURSE MEN'S ALLIGATOR BELTS & BILLFOLDS 70 Grand St., Waterbury Tol. 4-7383 Wat y GUS' SMOKE SHOP A Complete Lino of HMJIINU & HUNTING EQUIPMENT C'liriHtrniiH Toys CiK'H'H Candy Cigarettes 402 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City When You Think of BUICK Think of HUNT BUICK 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 5600 's Restaurant A Good I'lnco To Hold Your ClirMimtH I'nrty W IMUIX1K, HT. 4HD7 MORRISSEY PRINTING CO. 26 CANAL ST. Watorbury Hoclltl — ItllHtllflKH VVodillti); InvltutloiiN — 'iA HOUR HI<;KVK;K — Toh'phono 3-4118 - MA«;K KKHIII.I'JU WTHY. ;t-iM2 CHRISTMAS GIFTS 48 CKNTlSn STUE1CT OF SOLID MAPLE WATKKBUIiy, CONN. CJAH8 UOUfJHT « KOIJI 8KIPPY MAOEE MOTOR SALES 250 \VHtt*rtowii Avit, Tol. Wtby. 4-K8H1 «r Wtii. 1280 BILL RADO'S SMOKE SHOP Wllolnmnln rrlnm on All HOPTUALI, KQIIII'MKNT Tnl. 4012 BILL PARKER NKWS STORE (illiMui fircrtlrn Cardii 1 ftiitviiltiri! nnd l>oxnd iixKurtmcnln. f'!li;iU:il HT11EKT Ray's Hardware Atlihnri/pd Ornlor I'HATT * I.AM1MCKT PAINT HI Kul>l)i;r Avu. I'lionn "21)11 ELECTRIC Company Straits Turnpike Phone 3-4670 I'AIII/H I'AC.'KAfJI'; HTOItlO Cliulrr WliipK. r.linini'K unil llo»!t» 'I'nhti Ai1ruiiniKi< nt ttur Frini I'lirhliiii Hlinrn rrini li.llvMi- KIN |'III«|UM( Ml., I'llliill CU\ riiriiiltliiu ANN AN!I>U(, Tul. 6(1 ».1 CHESTER'S Army & Navy Store Gifts fur Men nnd UO.VH 24 South Main St. SHOP THIS NEWS GIFT GUIDE GIFTS FOR HER SIINIIKAM MIXMAHTICIt CJ|i; S'l'KAM IKON ............. $17.06 (ill! AI-'TOIWATK! TOAHTKIl , . ,.'ji!l .f.O HIINItKAIM IKON ............. *!2.!)r> CK ANDROPHY'S KADIO & AI'l'I.IANCi: n < him-li Ht,. 1111 No. Main SI, Nnueaiuck Union City Frew I'urklni; for Cnxtomrrn Valley Automotive Electric CiirburotorH (lunerntora Bou U> Wind Heaters Sales & Service 117 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel, 6610 V. E. GUSTAFSON Christmas Lights Toy«, Cards, 'Dolls COUPON OIVBN Wl'l'll 10VKKY DOLLAR PUIlCHAHK Famous GRAB BAO 160 RUBBER AVE. Phone 400G CHINA — GLASS Greeting Cards Lamps — Yarns Housewares 40 CENTER ST. DIAL 3-0191 MERRY CHRISTMAS For The Whole Family The NAUGATUCK FUEL Co. Thermostat to Control Your Furnace COAL, COKE or OIL RADIO or HEATER For The Car AT REDWOOD STUDENT DESKS $12-75 plp and Mahognny Kinloh ii<-xtiiur ".in.rxi Till* Wrrlily Only

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