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Chattel- ( • By KK.NNV CI.YMKIl Th>- Nnu^ntiK-k lll>;li Schno] A l':i|ipf<l:.i rliti'i. OIKli'l IMr III ""li,.!] of Jl*hii- I 1 ', I*:iVIn, tm.-? luft-ii (jlillc fniay <•! lllln will. I hell < 'hl'i ••! In la I.n.^rn-i. I.MP1 Friday ovoniny (hey j;;!'.' 1 u Chii.itmno coric»i ( iii i he Nnii Kaiurk MlKh Sclux»l audit uriiiin !»• f(»j i« M fol! hini!it\ and wnre tc- rntitcd very favorably. Tuesday eventlif; thfiy nnde a fine xhov.-InK In n bro«d"ndl over n Wntrrbury rndlo station, and ycstL-rdny afternoon they sant? fiir the N"mi(ratucl< Rotary Club. Seniors! AppllcatloiiH f.ir rullugf* iHienl f>xnin»i tnilnf he fil»y| ut »!«• cxumlnation lx:ard In Princeton, N. .1., Ix'fon- !>!•<•. 24, There I.K> Htlll ri'vernl fiirinu In flic offl'.v. and xtudt:nt» who wlnh to U«!<:- ihe craniN, and haven't obtained tliclr n nhould H<W Mlsn ,\n- English nnij clrnmntl<:s lr-\cncr wn«* conflnr-d to her hctmr ilu-* lo Him-;*'! Monday find Tui'ndny ' f (hts woi'k. Mrs. Jo:,Hi' nuvi.«, wlfo i,f mir ;nu>'lr dlK'Ctf.r, toolt cluirKC of her clnssrft during hrr nbsi'MO!. Wf hrvc :> ni'w cirl In our Mipli nm<;rr clam*. Ml KM SiUly \Vi«>il« of Ml. Vrrnnn. N. Y.. mitun-d ttic Nrhool Ihl.M WIM»U. Hh<» now llvo*. on l,4*wf*t Htrwt «'xt«*nttlon ? c;ia<l you're fei'lin*.; hotter, 'i!oli. Die ti.'iii*: ->iii,- fur iii,, ,,1-nMM SiliMV-Knil ll;ill. iiitmiul i.eiilni 1 I'hrUtniiiN ilnnro, i*t going slov.-, Ill.-l it 1*4 ho.icil ||,nl !| ,vlll |.;. U Up MI'Vl »«<-lt. TIclictK for | hi- diini'i'. wiiirii will In. ti.-'J Dec. 7(1 hi I In* till, "cliodl Miiilltiirliitn, iiuiy In- nl tJllm-il from ld»);i>r Currier, pi-.-s ill t't cf the si'tiliir HIIMK; I'm I'.uy, I rnj(>cl« cliiilnmn, Don llrnven-' Barlmrn McKiv, Ed \Vhlt<< uni KIMI dyiiior. Kpealtln*; of rlaneen. l|i n Nailer- tuck JuiiioretU-n ChrlKt nuiii clnr. e will bo held thin evening hl^h KC)in<il atiililorlum. !<IC!ll lllj.:h .'icllliol lltlKlr plunniiiK to attend. lit ihe Many M 1, 1C With rr.ost of the <:ulle|:ps In country in reces» for Hie rh mafi holiday*, mnny former 'ien'H have dropped In for v 1'urUu: the punt week. Vin and Joe Heuly nnd ,r/enn Alvi-v of (he cliirn of '47; T Kruetnan, clfum of '48; and )' Knylrhnrdt- ,7enn Viiuirt, J' r«Tbriola and Ixjls Follet. if <:la«:i of '-19, urn a few of the ;ei!i> a-udi-utii who have called on. th. Ml,- .slf, | :i' 1 etl the on !ioh llniiw, who N4^rved )n .lupan with th«- V. S. armed force... r*ve :i talk on .l*pan In Ml»n Vli- rlntu Kinllh'K third period I'D clan* TiiPiiduy. IJub pnvo n tnlu to MlHH Snilth'n NiH'ond |ieil«.| ClltKH » COIlpIr llf WlM'llH IIKO, Bob Sacendorf. a junior. IK up*-.l« in xchool after a week of Illnc"'!. CAN MME CVP CARES WITH CUPIETS CUP CAKE MIX No fuss. You make 1 2 to 1 8 light and tender cup cakes by just add- ine egg and milk to Cuplcts, and baking. No other cup cake mix has tx.-cn able to equal Cuplcts quality. IJIII Mallli anil Henry Mc.C'arth.v ere dohic a nwc-11 job Irmdlini; the senior <4aHN phut 01. rructlcally ;,l| the sonliirH have hud their nlct'iin-K (alien mill they are n*ady for the ClllMH hlMlll. Any H'uili'iilN denlrlnic photoM nf the footliiill tciini, rtiolr, humcrn.i'u ch MCCK. el<'.. Nhoiilil Ki't In nni. (Jict tvllh pit her one of these two senior'*. Coii'jnilulnlionx |o OKOI-KM Milch"11. a junior, who wai elueted i :>. t >- tiilll of the l!)r,l) hliill Mt'hAnl |V.,.t,. bnll team ut n nieHlnj," of ih<: :••;• 'crnipn iiflrr m:hool Mondny. Oeorife pluycd KUMrd for (he darnel durlrij; the I>IIH| Ken, •-.01. and wiin one of the oiitntundini' playei-M throiiKhout thn seiimm. The senior, junior and frcshiirin elaNNcN all held < 'hrinl IIIIIH aHHcm- hlli'H recemlly. The ,|unlorH hclil thelrH litNl Tliiirsday. the freHlnnen Tni'sdiiy. and the Henlors h:ul Mii'lra yetiterday. Cxnr.h filinbo Sulllvnn riind" nc final cut In the Nimj.;ntuclc .'iwini- mlrijt team Mondny und will i <iv start preparlnn f<ir the flrnt -iic-el MKiilnst llninden. which will IM- hold ,I;in. 7 nt. tin; Niiucn'.'icU YMCA. Conch Sulllvnn sayii ll'iil the lornlH will c'.urry a '2().||;nll Thin lielllu (In- )n«t weoli before C'iirlHtiniiH, parties wern lielil In nlmiwt all of the chiKNes either yesterday or today. The Hinging of Christ riniK carols were In evidence throughout the ochoiil. School cloned today for the CMiriMtniOH holfdiiyn und will b,- In rucesB until Tuesday Jnn. 3. O.i.y one week vacntlon thin vonr. Thn NaiiKntiicli 1ll(rh School I>iinki-Mm!l tcuiri will taUe on H'-ll- houw lilifh. of New Haven. n» I lie YVt'lerlniry Armory thin Krld'iy evenlni;, nnd will pl»y IIOK|. <n t'lc Alumni fit the local Y Meud.iy evening, A Merry Chrhitmim nnd a H.ig.py New Ymir lo nv You've dreamed of a floor like this I IT'S NEW/ IT'S PLASTICI IT'S MADE OF "VINYLITEfl FJor-Ever $2-49 f Iqu Castor thit wonder floor covering hnt a smooth, non-porous surface—won't obiorb dirt—Ii spot-, stain- and «lknli-re«i«timt, greate- and wnter-proof. Cleans in a jiffy with ju«t the touch of n mop to its surface. Tofas lop honor» for w»er~ actually outwears other floor coverings in tho aiimc price riingo. Vinylitc DnuuJ Plim- tic« lire liiinous for thoir iimHzing, long.- "' weiring qunlities. Adds beauty to every room — FI.OR-EVKR comc» in a host of uttractive, fnde-rcsintnnt colors that go clear through to tho backing. Economical — in spite of FLOK-EVSH'S luxurious look nnd mimy rovolu- tionnry features, i!« price i» right for yoit! Bccuuse it cumcr. by the yord, it'* economlctil to inntiilU to»l OPEN TONIGHT ANT) FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 8:45 SATURDAY TILL 5:30 Naugatuck Furniture Co. 25 SO. MAIN STREET NAUGATUCK TO BE REUNITED FOR CHRISTMAS Children First "I OVERS- with out- a -country," L. chiirininii Kitty Kleiner (above) bctiina with dcllKhtatCfdnr Uruvc, N, J., rut uhti receives Iho nuws Hint hoi- Czech uwuethoart, DrnriiM t:hr:i!il!in.sl«y (k'Tt), will be iilih' to spi.'iul Christmas with her. U. H. iiiul Cimrulinn odlclrilB hnve nr.nT'l tn llirlr licinj.] rtMinltcd for the Vuli' Hiriuon. l''or months the riiupli: coulil moot li'Kiilly only Bn a NiiiH.-irn Fiilla bout. (International) I Christmas Party | Mure ilnin 101) jm.rnntrt nUundoil Ilin I'niiiiiiTt ntrnot nchnol Pai'fint- •I'i'-ii'linr AniiiH'|ii,tlii|i Inisl. nl^lit. In Mil- fchndl Ultulrrc/irten. Knl«i'- tnlnmont. wn^i iprovldotl tjy t'ho '••li'Mil nlidlr nnd ot-r.hiiWt I'/j. Ho- I'rrMtiincntH WITH 'i*'rv4i(l. Id: ln-rt F. Mtlliu' was K«niM'».l rliiilrmnn of thn !i.ri'an'Kwnont.H' riplnlnit I i*i>, 'Miss Kellems Seeks Court Injunction In Patent Dispute Hi l'.l|i"|i<>rl. rim 1 , '.!'.', HH'I Cuti i' ' H'tii'it wmiiin tnihitiirtttl, Vlv MM Ki'llnmn, wntil. to court n^nlii ii'lny. Mnl. Mllst time who ilkln't havo lu. f(i>vf>riuiipitl niiil withholding jixitM on hnr ntlrul. Minn Kitll«niH it.-tltnrl for d.n Snjum 1 .- inri In rxMti'iiln H. titrmnr <ml|>loyi> fi'MM nllitt;mlly U'liMf.; hm* |Hl,limtM l.u •i»ii|icli: wlt.ii hnr In Uiu <;iil»ln- :r!p hiiHliiOMtt. .luiljre J toward VV. Alcorn onlorod loK«|ih litPiilnm i>f WfiHlport and Joi-vvnlU, wlio worldid for MlH« 'iilliMiiH I'or 20 ynimi, to uppoiir ii roiii-l, Jim. JO. At that time >l I'ulnui niu.il nhow CIIUHO why n.n injunction iihnulct not IHI iKHilod njtnlnn 1 . him. MIsM Ki-lliimH iiltio wuntu n i>er- ii incut Injunction and diunii>;oH of ;(>,(« in. iVliddletown Plans 50-Unit Project MldiJIntown, Hod. i>2- <UI'> Thii Mlililh'lowii HoiiHlrift Aullioi'lly iin- iiiuinuud plant) todily to hullil u t>G- nnlt rnriijcrnt.ti rnnlnl homilnj; pro- Jitcl on I,on(f [..linn. Work will l«i- !:ln In luln Knbrunry. 'J'he iiulhoi'lty Hayw It IH ptirchiui'm: 10 nc.i'fiH of hind fit a cost. of $200 un mini from Urn Mtulo. Tho projci'i 'will c.on.ilNt of two - family duplex IIOUHCH, Christmas Play At Saint Francis' A Chrlwimnn i)1ny, wllh a. (xi.'il of W!» .St. K/Jinoin* pfLt'ochln.! Hehool r.lillilr''n, WIIH ]>r'!Hunti!tl for rhll- tli'im of tin.' Hchool thin uflornoon it l:'l!i o'clock In th<> nchool hall, 'Phi' ( [-Uvy WHM (.llruo.t«tf by HlnU'r Il'lrm Murlii, Following Uu> ||»ln.y, n. party WIIM luild and ritfrunhmimu* mii'vod, Cn.pt. JamCH .1. Gi'arit ticlnc! .'is Hnnln CliiiiH and pan«c<j out KlftH to Ihi 1 child run. r,ON« JOtlBNKY T)ij'trolt IjlKht 11'ii.vellrt^ from the ftirt.lm'it point In Ui« unlviirHn which liumun bolnjfH din mm with t.hi) Sr nuked eye requiron about HOO.OOO J! Harvard President Accepts Hoover Report Position , NAUCIATIICK NKWH (CONN.). Till KSOAV, DKC. 22. Kill)—|-A..I I'l'mildniii .hiini'H Itrynnl Cointiit of llii.i'viird tJiilvni'iilly IIMH M 'crpt- ed the Mnntiniry CTImirmnnHhlp of I hn Mchool. mill liiilvci-r.lMi'M Cum. mlllllll of till! ClUi'.llllH CoillMllUon for thn Hoovdr H»|joi-t, Or Hobrirl. I/. Jiilinwni, I'l't'tililiinl of Tnmjtlo Dnlvni-Hlly anil Niillotnil Chiilnniin of Hhc Committee, rinnounced today. Dr. Con nnt, In aoccptinu the rip- i ointment, uaid "I am Kind to accept appoint mont in* Honorary Ch Irani n of Ui« SnlioolH and 1,'ni- vortiltluH Coninillloo of thn Cltl- zons Commlttoo for tho Honvor Report. I IvoMcvo II fej Important thiil tho Amwlcu.n nr;o,-.)o und«r- ntiind the nature of tho iilKiilflcurit recommendations mudn liy thn Conimltlmi tor tho Knor«ii.nV/,ii.tlon nf l.'llc JSxucvillvw liinnoji or tin: Government. Tho psintu of thin report Hhonld 1>n /ul.y 'lln-11.1 n-«l In our Hdhoolj and cullujteg. I ri" 1 ' Ihn.t UIIM In a matter of HlK'HlliNinitc to tht! yoUrajtr people of the roiin- Iry not. only bw»n«n» of Ihn w: vriflc I'ri'oinnM'niliillniin of Ihn n-|i,,r! bill. heuuunQ K I'oiicci'n foi 1 mii'ii mall era 1.3 vit.nl to (food cillr.-n- »hl|».' llalllni; I'rc.fililrMl i.'onunl'n .><• neplnnce (to "a major oonlribiitlnn lo I'lic !-iiui<« of (food <:lll/.i'iishl|i iimonif our younj; A.morlrnnii,'" In Johanon «:tld that || "undi>iihl.<'dly will bo a Ri-oni InHtininco of t!ir> siu'coMB of thl» Important Ki'oi'l'." Professor Leonard T). White of the Unlvcrnlty of ("blcngo'M l)e- purtmont of Public AdmlnlHtrn- llon, ki chairman ut th(» f:r nip vHilcJi was organized to obtain th« (jctlve pm tlclpntlon of educators und HtuiluntH throujfliotit thi; coun try. Dr. Johnxon :ind other me.ml^rn of Ilia ComanlH«lon'« renwireh ta.lt ilii'lrn-i nrn fully :\<\n, <.•<! nnd "Kr• imuiily :ipplieil, tiiwn J.'i l , f.'i l-ii- I'jnii ii yi-Jir run ovi ntunJly be Crrininitli... poi'itn "lit tbn( iy rii.-iul ','0 )»•! . ,,|it of Ilif 'inniml =»v of SI 2.-i '•[- J aid tril>ulr tci t tu? irciI»**Ht pur- po.ii' ol tin- <'oniiiiit'i- < i ;iinl II n •':!» t.inh-tiinr ciowUi un.t.-r thr :td mlriililc li<:-i|iMr.lii|> ni ]>•• .Ii.:m*.,ii" in :i imijor addnn-' <U-llverrd lit I he Niitlinii'l i;<"iit:nnt/,!itlon Con- feri'nce held under itc :iu»pice» In \V;'-<hlni:lon hn-.t wi-ck. 'Hie pnilcy '.Vli'r :itli-n(li-<l |.y jiKirn Hint: 7fKJ ii'Mion,^ froiu thirty llvi- Hta.t<-«». Home The Vullciin Ctly WUK wlibin the city of Home tiy reniy bi'i v.-i-cn Hi i<lni: of Ii u nnd Three Days Left to jReceive Coupons for Ford Sedan at TARNOWSKI'S MARKET Meats Top Grade Steer Beef Groceries STEAKS SHORT 'PORTERHOUSE SIRLOIN ROUNLI 89< Fresh H. M. Sausage Meat .............. Ib. 49c Fresh Hamburg ...... Ib. 49c Tender Juicy Pot Roast (Bonelens) ........ Ib. 79c I Tains (Ready-to-eat— 14-16 Ib.) . ........ Ib. 53c Fresh Shoulders ..... Ib. 35c Roast Pork (Rib End) Ib. 45c S & B Daisy Hams . Ib. 69c Shurfino Tomato Juice . .. .46 oz. can 26c Sun Pep Orange Juice 48 oz. can 29c Shurfino Fruit Cocktail . .No. 2y 2 can 35c Shurfino Bartlett Pears . .No. 2i/ 2 can 39c Bhurfine Elberta Peaches No. 2»/ z can 39c Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce 2 cans 29c Shurfino Stuffed Olives . .4% 02. jar 43c Libby Dill Pickles 22 oz. jar 29c Shurfine Maraschino Cherries . .8 02. 2Bc Fancy Mixed Nuts lib. pkg. 43c Flako Pie Crust 2 pkgi, 33c Shurfine Shortening 3 Ib. can 79c Starkist Orated Tuna can 3Bc We carry tho best grade of TURKEYS and ROASTING CHICKENS, For 32 years, wo havo carried the best. to reach thti mirth. Wo also have a full line of Fresh FruiU and Vogotublon assortment of Fancy Chocolates and Hard Candy. FREE DELIVERY 19 Cherry Street FrOHtcd Food» and an Telephone 2217 The PBtablinhmcnt of community dental health proirramu which will make ilcntal cure nvnilnlilo lo nil children in IJI-IIIK urK'-il by tho American Ucntal Associntion. In a utatemrjnt iinanirnoiiwly up- proved by tlio Annncinlion'a Uounn of Doli-Kntcn, ri>|iri<B<!iiUnK more than 70.000 donl.iHtfl, it wan ur(f«l that chililr<:n In; (riven priority over ndultB for cluiitul'heiiltn care. Much iinwnuii.'i, it wnn pointed out, would permit n prncticril iiolu- tion to the iiroblem of denial din- enne in (.lie nation without n-nort- iiiK to a federal iiynti'in of compulsory health immrnnce which the Atuioclatinn denrrilicd .as "costly and unrcnli/il ic.' 1 Many of thcw protfrmmi lire now In opcMition throuKliout tins country nnd the dcntnl profci-'Hlon in iirKinpr Una oiin he placid in ojier- ntion in <-:u'h coininiinity. The AB- liiH'lation pointed out tliut the community In (.lie ideal ineilium for Much nctivilir'.i an dental r:ire needH nnd fiidhlicn vary widely. Loral pro- Ktamii, therefore, r.lioulil l )( . ud;ij,U'd to llic ailiiittion nt, luiiul. Oenl.il care for children in the major target Nrr.iunc their denial health todny r:\rrien the promine of higher general <ttnnilnrilR of di-nta) lienlth in the future, dental authori- M »nid. /£2>*=z: Here's a gift of A music far Hie \ whole family oloVox So eaiy to play ilint n chilJ 1:111 <lo il n-iiilily. Yi'i ilK-Snlii- VriX ;u|,|» dn/cllH III IIIMIU- Itu-iitiil clli'ds to your |>i;nir> . . . viiilin, trumpc'i, sux, cvrn or^itll V()i( '.";. Stop In today mul ask for it ik'nionstriilion; no obligation. Convciiicne tLTina, 108 GRAND ST. Watorbnry, Conn. • 'i "s ^ BELTS WALLETS SUSPENDERS B.V.D. NYLON SHIRTS BOW TIES from BID'S GIFT ROBES for Men and Young Men HtyloH nnd color Iri'iitiut'iilw until lircfcr, .Stripes, phiidH, NolidH ntxl l.wo-loiKf el'IVetH. All rcjil 100'^, wool and HO siniirl. looking. $7.95 , $12.95 HANDKERCHIEFS SLIPPERS $1.95 $3.95 $4.95 I GIVE HIM A GIFT | THAT HE CAN USE I Pajamas ... .$2.95 to $13.95 § Underwear 75c up £ Shoes $5.00 to $15.95 I Sweaters $2.95 to $7.95 I Gloves $2.95 to $6.95 g Mufflers $1.95 up I Shirts $3.95 to $5.95 | Jackets $9.95 up i Hats $5.00 and up SWANK JEWELRY Novelty Tie Pins $2.50 up Tie Pins ,...$1.50 up Cuff Links $1.00 up Ron son Lighters WI5 INVITE YOU TO CHARGE YOUR PURCHASES NECKWEAR Sl.OO ,. $1.50 KKKHUWKVKWVK^tCWVWK****. MEN'S HOSE 35c „ 85c Wool Cotton Plaids Solidg Stripes FREE I COUPONS I CJIVEN I ON NEW fil $1800 FORD •'Gifts for Men and Boys" OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL .. CHRISTMAS J

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