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Social-Personal Fraternal Pawk Ajvenuq Woman ThMwrk 92nd Birthday Mrs Jennie Scagstackcn, 39 Park avenue, will otosorvo her 02nd birthdny next Thursdfty, and will celebrate the occasion toy entertaining member* of hor family. "Grandma' as she \n nffection- ately known by hor mnny frlcndn and acqu.iintanc«a. In u native of Woodbri<l<?c. She moved to the liorouEh nt n younir a^jn and at- trndrd Ihn fund Mill »ichfK>l. Sh« roaldcd in many communl- ti»sfl and for 10 ycnni In Masnachu- urtti beforo rr»lurnini; to thi* \>in- ouKh eltfht ycar» HKO to make her home with her non. GeoW. Her other children n.re Mrs. Dolly Hnxter. I>r. William Hnnir*tac- kon. both of NauKiturk. urid Fred nxHtncken of Onoontn, N. Y. She al«c him lev-era) Krnnderhlld- rcn Entertains At Christmas Party A C1irlfrttnn« party wa.* held ro- ccntly by Oonntancc SanturMlpro ut her home. 45 Hc»mtWtotul avontic, for mcmborq of thr pl^hth fjrndo of Ccntrul avimmi nchool. Amoinj t'hoac nltnndlnK worn: Lynn Nardcllo, Joan Ronal, Dorothy Gn.1>lanolll. Betty Mnxliika. Sylvia Ob»t, rtochclln T>urc'tt«, Ixir- ralnc Brown, Angola Presto, Angela DoCarlo. Bcvprly BlrcJi. IMcrerdryti C1l.'i" ham, Virginia, l^irl^ Patricia Thl- hodonn, John Hull, Jnmeji Jlutt, Frank Montonl. Richard Tuckey, n<>Ror Andf'rnon, j^iinlol Xniharoe,h, MiU (5corK<> Dutl«jy. Mn.rgtu'ot "Baldwin, dau^htor of Mr. uncl ,Mr«. jlaiolii V. Hnlilwln, MIllHidn iivnnurt IB home from h«r Htudlcn at WolU««loy collojfc. Tinlnnannn 7>on'ovnn, diniKhlnr of Mr. and Mm. (J«orj.;e Donovnn of Park nvonuo, ID apnndlni; thu holidays at hnr homo from atiulloii at tho Colloj^e of Now Rorhrllo, New Hochclli', N. Y. 4-H Clubs Hold 1 Yule Pctfrty Give Prograpn Tlio Mlllvlllu 4-M nlul) tield a hri.stmrj,H part.y and n.chlc'vome.nt nltrht evont rerontly at. the Mlll- vllli! llhrury. Gui'Ht.n Included A. Mllner and Warren L. 'tett, New Haven county iKentn and p.'irent.n of club Mury Hroc- club J»"low«i'M wcro j odoro llamm, and Mr:i. Mnr each of their Personal- Paul and Thoodoro O-rnbownkl rirn nt -homo from thirlr ntudlon nl orKdlrwn unlvr;r«lly. ewtifvn Culver In miimdliiK th« holldayH with hln parnntH, Mr. unit Mrn. Andrew Culver on Hlg'h Hlroot, nou& /T>M) a oc vi6lttj&<> New Year. CARLSON'S NAUGATUCK — OAKV1LLE The (Luentu awarded uc!il«v«- mrr.t ccrllflcnti'ii, and Mr. I'roc- Itett, Mll'iWefl motion plctlll'llfl tllh- wn on a trip LhrmiH'h UU) we.^t., )re««ntiid Mrw. Thn- Mrn Mary Warno nret Cn rrinntnn >>y (;lub unltu in ac- of their leader- ahlji durliiK th" year. Mr». Hnmm IB In ehai'Ke of Ih' Heighten; Ml'K, Wargo, AKi'li'iilluriil, ami Mr«, Carrliuvtoii, Jlblxv." Jabbers. On dbi'i'iay wnn tin) iiolld »llv«r Wllnoi^ I'V*'. Mt'inovial c.\ij> v.'on by Michael WiifRo f'"' ''In oulntnnd- ln« achievement in 1-1-1 club work. MiiMlc for Hie ent ertnlntnent wan furnlwhed Iry rtnyirioiid Aiiflniflon., LCnrl White and Mr. Mairun. The jiro^rram loehided the ad- dreiirt of welcrmin by Mr. War^o. Muriel Anderson uiul l-(j|, r » 1 lamTYl nimx We're on the 4-M Trull, and iho work of tho clulm was reported !by «-lub HiicertarUiH, Mauretin White, l*<)l/i Miiyimn and Jort'e-plilne Hlwiinowlci 1 .. Hcaflonn ttreetlntfn wr?re brouirht by l'"loren< p i) McK.'inna, after wtilc 1 !! ni(!inbern of tho Jlhbnr .1 jjibom winK Hllent Night. J^olfi White rond- erefl W'hlle Chi intniaR, and a violin itnlo wnii Mlven by Donald An- dernon. <.ieorifc Wni'^o recited n Chi'lBtnwiH poem, and Patricia Whito KivriK TA>veKio.k Hhien. Thn MOIIK, I Yuiil <!»i Nulii on f.,'h r UL- mnjj, wiut K"lven by f/oiuitnnce Wll- UIIB. Tlio Debblus tinnfr The First Noel. Chnrlolte n.nd Mniireen White rendered "WhlwpierlnR Hope, and Ttenc White jpru*<>nt«d 'I'ell Santy I I./lve In a Shanty, Harriet Rn.w- c/uli K(iii|f JlnxUi I'.elbi, and Itlc/b- ard Karnm premmtiid Rudolph lh« Jied-doHB Uelndeer. All 1 Want for ObrlntmaH wan nunjf }iy Mui'lel Andernon. and Al<*o Wn.i'Ko pre.- Kenteil Out. lu the WYxiiln Ihn H'.v- erjtreen Grow. Tile -I- IT pkrd.Ke wna Klven by all -I-II club membeni. Ramona Council Elects Tuesday lOlectlon of olllcerw of Rumonu Council, Deprce of Poftthontiij), will bo held Tui-nday evenlnK at. B o'clock in Odd l-'ellown hall. Men. Riwi'.nll J'^i-lmur, Poea- lioutn.n, will be In chiircu of the meet.liiK. A Chrtfitma.M pa r I. y planned lo follow Hie iiie(dln); hni! Ijeen <)nn<!i'lli'd. [-.lout (J, K-> anil MJ-M. Ijinit Can- dlur of the U, H. N«viil Aciulmniy, Annapolln, Md,, nro ^ponding the hollda-yn with Mr,% CandUcr'n pai'- enbi, Dru^ftHH mid Mrs. Harold Htiimon on Pearl rond, Miw. Oand- lor IB the former Jeanne Stlnno^i. Until Maliion, a ittudent lit Hh«n- haruloah Ooniiervatitry of Miutlc, Dayton, Vn... la itpnndlnif tiho hnll- rlnyn with hor pn.rentn, Mr. anil Mr.*. Ou;ll 'Matron, North Main. Wtreet. fx.ln Foiled, a nliidont at. HkM- mor» colloK", IK at hnr homo on New Hired for the hollduyo. Freil Itn-tlcllffi.', a, ntudnnt no Miumaohimiittw Tnnlltilln of Toch nolony. Cambridg'iT, I'Manit., l« KpendliiK the holldayn with hli* motlier, rMii. Kalhcrlno Itudullffo, Hotchldflg street Juiitlne Sanford, a st.udnn.t nt. Cctilrnary Junior <!ollc.K», In with her parcntH, IMr. and M*». Elmer Hnnford, Chiurtnul Mtro«t, for tho holldoyn. Vrvtl TCnfremnrdt of ^tUlnlde avo- nun and -ferry Iji.brlola, lllj(h dtreol, nro with their famlllim f tho ihnlldnyn. They uro fltudontii at Yale unlvornity. Thorn OH Walnh of Mlllvllle ave- ntio In homn from hi* oludlca «it Duquesne unlvernlty. ouxliirt Vaughn In lit )I)K Cliff wtreet homo fi-om Btudlen nt Pur- duo university. IJuane Andemon la ut bin horru: on Wiwjdlnwn. uv«nu« trtm Ms Htu- c1len al North Park collctfc, Chica, Til. Robert 8 Lynn nnd l.ynn, both nludpntn nt Brown unl vnrnlty are mxindlnK the holldiiyi at thu homn of tholr poroijitii, Mr and MI-B. IMnrtln Lyrin, Walnul Itlreiil, Janice ICdlur, a. ntudont 'it Bunk nell university, \K spending- thu hoi IdayM with hor purunln, Mr< nnd Mm, Walter IBdlor, Olenbrook Oar den iipa.rl.mont«. Norrbi Follett, Jr., n nliidont, a the l(nlvnr,«H.y of Malnti, In upend Intf tho holldayit with hl» Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Follett, 4 Grove idrei-t. Jannt KriillkoMkl, diitiKhtnr of 71 J, Krullkoskl, M City Hill atroet l« i-pendlnR 1 tho holiday.! hero fron her Ml.udlei at the Hflu/ol of Fa«hlon, Now York city FrodoHelm Brown. I.i i<p«mdlrtK ic holidays from hor ntudlca nt ViMlonlny colleH" with her par- nln, Mr. :ind Mra. Hfirold Brown n North Church, Mlrcot. Vli'Klnln ChlUomlen If hoinn •'mil her nl.udlen a.I. MIL' Child Il'.du al.lon Foundation In New York lt.y and In 'with )mr piii'imlii, Mr. nil Mrs. William (Jhlltendcii, 'ulrvliiw nvonun. Chni'lcn 15. BpfKPi', nun of "Mr. nil Mrn, M. 1C, Rnr;ri!r, HnrlMve.ll vonuo, In homn from bin ttt.inlle,-! 1 t Duko unlvoi'Hlty. Thinnim St. John, Hd, In Mpendiiuc he holidayn from bin nlurlli-n »l. iVHIIston academy, with ills par- ritn, Mr, nnd Mrw. Thomas Kt. oh,n, Jr., 20 Falrrdilld iitroot. John TJ. Tuloy, n. nt.nrlnnt n.l 4onnt Mnrmoii Hlhool for I'.oya i.ii<l non of Mr. iimj Mni, Wll liun IJ 1 . Tulfy, AllnnUm road. In lomo for tho bolldfiya. KormVlh. B(irrut.l., a, pi'o-m' l dli!iil student n\, Wtmleynn unlvernlly, H upending the bolldaya with hhi inri'nta, Mr a.nd MI-M, Jeiinn I'ar- ratt, 1011 Johnnon nlrmit. A\\t\mA nnd JCilllh ICdwardii, ilnu^htoiWi of Mr. and Mt'M. Henja • nln JCdwai'ilH, Auburn Hl.rnnL, urn spending the.holldnyn hnro from .heir Bt.iiriloH nt tho Unlvornlly of Hariiarii V. Olivon, n utiultml, nt V/vwwir collnffn, hi fi)pi:ndlnn (.he lio- llday« with bur pnroiil.H, Mr. and Mrn. BiM-lol Olnon, 2i'.() I'lirk ",vn- nup. riius Wnlnhnrdt, who In tilndyliiK nt thir nnlvnritll.y of Oonmielleul. l,s with h«r pnri'.nl.H, Mr. nrul MIVI. wrcTion Wnlnhanlt, 2112 South Main .itront, I'or the holldny.'i. Jonnnc Hachntt, n. wtudnnt at, T<n- Tll Junior OTillnjjo, IM Fipuodlni^ lh' 1 holldyuii with her pnrnnln, Mr. and Mr«. John ilii.elii.ill., ,l!l(5 Hjirlni; Ftt.reot. llarbii.ra. BriMikpi, a. jiludnnt at Northlluld School for fili'ln, I.i ,vllh her parcnlti, Mr, nnd Mra. llymill 'Dokfl, Glpnbroolt Harden n.parf.- irmntn, for Ijhn holldayn. Thom.au I^nary, a nl.ndcnt at FVirclhfi,m iinlvnrHlty, a.nd John Iinn.ry, Hl.nilylnif al Hntoti Mall col li'K'n, Hoiit.h f>niii(;n, N. ,1. urn w| llinlr parimtfn, M:r. and 'Mrn. 'I'l iniiji I.nar.y, I'Vancln Ht.r(in(. for Hi holldnyn. TUchn.nl Huchon.ikl, Fnlrvlnw nvo- n\i<:, has ari'lvnd home Iroin hbi t.uilluii ut. Kfrvtlhiuu imlveriilly. Donnld Sipodoln., a iitudont at Fordharn unlvftrjilly, la opcndin).; Ihi' liolliluyn -with hln piirniln, Mr. mill Mm. .limrph Hpiulolit <> n I fo'ini'Miuul M.vnniiii. ..." ~~.L_ ,^>tin ThiirnVon, l^nirlawn iilrr^ol, IM houio Tro'iri hl:i Mttidl''.'*' nt. !''ord- hnni iiiilvornlty. I'tolM-rt Hiilllvnn of Mill Mlri-nt, n tiluftohl. 'i.t HI,, I!orin,vitntun.i crd- Inj^n, Is lioiiio for tlio holidays. J'j'dmund Yoalon of 1Tonir.Hl.nnd a.vi'nuc, la tiomo for tlin holidays from the Unlvoiwlty of 'Connccl.1- cnl. DonnHI Mnnnnniil, a Hturtc-nt nt. We'll inlnMtm' fdndr colleKe, In n! Ida limit" on I loinen!e>Mi.l a.vnnuo I'or I lie Inilldiiyii. l,'iinic» 'I'liiirnt (in, Hl^ll ntreet, ia hirine from Kalr/lnld university I'or th(i holldnys. 'Dioni'iFi (Innnoiid, n Mtudivnt al Koi'd'liiiin university, iirtil Julin ifinnnoiid, I'tii^lylnK at j'rovidenne cr.i.lr,;,:, are a I. 'their holn,. un Illll M| reel, for Ihn ImlldaVM. NAIXMTUCJt NKWS (CON'N.), SA'I'llltDAV, Itt'.C. 21, Ifllll—I'AOIC. 8 Bidault Government Survives First Test Brmiild Cl, Mnc.Vlcar. .Jr.. non of Mr. niul Mm. Don.'ild <!. M:u:Vlr:ir. Noi'th Church Htrci'l. nn<l Hludnnt ill Airihwrst colU'H 1 '. Is homo for I ho holidays. M)i« Nnnoy (". ll'ownmn, n iimv lor (i.l J!onvn-.niJMton School ol l'hyMlf!i»l lOdticni loo, notion, Ma.Mii,, iillllliilril with TII«JI (!:illi»i;c>, 'Mcrl ford, Miit'w,, IH a.t. homo for thi 1 irlntiniiB liolldnyn. Khf lit HIP dn.iiKlit.or of Mr. am! Mm, A, I>. WIOifin or Nauj<a.Ulrl<. Mr.4. Hj»cnror, Jr., of P.ojilon, MfVMM., in Hm holiday Jfuc M lit. -Hie homo of. GiH'll'ili! I'. TutUi', •12 Toi'i'iMii; nvcniiij, n TVIUipi T^olHy Kl^'. nt I 'emlii'okn <'o]|<\i vrrnlty, I'rovldeucn, U, I,. In npf.nd iiur !'h« holidays nt \\m home ol Ivr imr.-nfji, Mr, find Mra. ,faoic>* Kll'.liane on Hweeney jdtecf. MINNKHOTA OnOWINCr MlnnenpoIlM (III'-) Mlnue-mia idnl.o olTlclalH hnllnvn tlm «(ntn'« population will bo near 3.000.0f,0 •when Ibo frderiil CIMIHIIII Bin flu mix I. April. 'I'lie pnpuliil Ion '\iin i Ht.luin.Uiit ill a,tt:M,(MMI on .Inly :, IIMH, n. }?nln of 5.1 per rent iln"c II:.. laid, regular cemniM In Apid of HMD, (It.v I'nl|A(1 1'rfNn) TliM n-w' Kr.-ivh Mhlp of Btnl- IIIIM niifi'ly i lildi n iiol II'- Mint nt.irin, Tlic ('.m-crnnicnt of I'li-ml'-i i;i-oi I'.i'K Jlldiiull won n vote <.f i-onfl d'-nrr Ja^l oii;lit on lt«i new lim]i:<M, I In' $n,r>!i(i.O(Mi,')ii') r.]icni1lnr procrimi. llu> liti-Ki'Mt tn Ki-i'ui'li liliitoiy. '/'he Hldaull K"\ '.M ntneni \vnii I h' r>nJ'irlt'nfe vile a oar- fhnt the cnalllion IP n r-.li;tky one Hidault hud IniilPted on the confidence vote, .'stakini: hi« jiremier- ll Hn onlcinon. IIKIVIUC KSIWI'KK A Scyoiiior m'tn e-^capi-il jicri"ti;i Injury yn-l i-i-il-iy when liiti nil*" mobile l.-lt a mail nod ci -,jr;n-il in lo n utility pole i,, Orance. DunnM 'I'lioipe crawled out t,f tin: wiiK'lui^c lie i.iiRliiin>-..| only 11. minor cut behind hi , car. PROPERTY TAX NOTICE The 5 mill District No. 2 lax on tho Grand Lint of Oct. 1st, 1948 is duo for payment Deo, 31st, 1949. II' not paid by Jan. 31, 1950 interest will bo charged at tho rate of 6% per annum from Jan. iHt, 1050 to date of payment. Tho tax collector'B office is open 9 to 12 A, M. and 1 to 5 P. M. Monday through Friday and 0 to 12 A. M, on Saturdays beginning Deo. 31»t through Jan. Dated at Natigatuck, Conn., Dec. 23rd, 1949. JOHN U. FERRIS, Tax Collector. M s l s CHRISTMAS i r.RKETTNCJR and 5 T>EST WISHES for tho NEW YEAR SWEENEY'S Thanks" - - - Naugatuck Just plain "THANKS"! No other words can express our deep feeling of appreciation to your tremendous response to our opening. We are pleased that you liked our great foods at these low prices and we assure you that these tremendous savings will be kept up, week after week, throughout the coming year. , The week of planning, buying, and work in getting ready now seem well worth it — all because YOU, the people of Naugatuck will benefit by the savings in food purchases during 1950. Every one of us at Everybody's Park and Shop market — the owners, the buyers who travel all over the country to bring you the excellent buys, the builders, the supervisors, the clerks, the entire Everybody organization — wish to take this opportunity to wish you the very best of Season's Greetings. May you all have a Merry Christmas and prosper in the New Year. 160 CHURCH & NAUGATUCK ART and STATIONERY STORE 203 Church Street As tin; wi'll-lovcil Kon(,'H of CliriKlnias uglier in ;uiothcr holiil;iy SCIIMIII, \V(! )'('('ll \vl ni.iu(! li: rciilirSH :nn i'on.Micr;il i UH in juisf, mdlitliK. HUNT BUICK INC. 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. « NAlKiATUCK \ \ W ttftltiMl^ft^

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