Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 24, 1949 · Page 9
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 9

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, December 24, 1949
Page 9
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DeMolay Rifle Team Preserves Initial \ Targets For Record The newly formed Rifle Team of the Arthur F. J,cwir. Chapter. Order of neMolay. held Hii first pr.vtice hihoot Wednivdny afternoon ;it Ihi- U. S rtulihrr Co. I rnnpc. Practice wan under direction or bond couch Ijnm Campbell nnnltitod by (.'omnium ,lohn Orant nnd Wlllliim J. BlrdHiUI. Thirteen of Hie 14 members of thn tram were present nnd all luid an opportunity to phoot several targets. One of each mcmtoer's first targets -were preserved for co<m- perison nt. n. later date. Alim J->hnHon wan elected eap- t.'Un of this teiim and ThorniM Johnson was nnmed ap manager. It. Ix expected that. Inter In the iien- non (ho team win compete with .Hide- Teams of other .DeMolay Ohiiplfti-n throughout thn inlatn rind probably with other teiurm In a nlnilliir atfc. bnu-kot. Kogiilar prat-Aim wtaalonn w |n be held ouch Wednendiiy from live to aovon p. in. FACTORIES IN CAVES Mioekholm - Monte .Swedish fiic- torloH which wero moved to CIIVOH (Hiring tho \vnr continue to oper- •ale there bocimne cxpunnnH for hnnt and maintenance ar« mnall. ONLY ONCE A YEAR Docs the Yule come . . . but our season's wish to you is that its merriness, its heartwarmth will be yours for each of the e v e r y d a.y s that will dawn before you set up your 1949 Christmas tree. This is the moment to express our thanks for your kind co-operation and to wish one and all a Merry Christmas. Store The Present With the Future-U. S. Savings Bonds JV/U;OATUCK NTCWH, (CONN.), SAT1IIll>AV, nV.C.. "1, KM!) Each year the i for V. S. lltltl bond there and „ HnrvUnn. Drown A Illicelliw of St. Pi the UnUeil 8t»tc» Hnvlnff* Boniln DIvlNlnn for HMO In' enelonlnic a HuvlngH Bond. ntates Treasury provide* free, through bnnkn, postolDcex and other Igsulnr Bondu, a ChrlHtmaR silt, jacket for tlilx "prcHont with a future." »rrl«» n fiill-uolnr repr(.dilution «f "(jiiardliui HIIlK," un Amerletin liindxiinnn tJoonran, Horn In Clnelmmtl In 18HB, llin pnlntar Ntudldd at th« Art Ntud«iit» such maMters an Kenyon Cox, Ocorge BrldRotnan, Frank Vincent Diimoud and I, Minn., nn«l»ird thn ' 'III go In! thn pitlntlnic nnd Report Earnings OfC.L&P.Co. Knrninjvn amountinff to $3.7;i a I'ornrnon r-iltur-e for thn vrttr tinflhtK Nov. Hit, HH coinpftred with vt'M4 t)ti a HtnulU.-r nuinbiu' of nharpM !n«t yenr WITH reporteil yiiHter.l.iy by Ihe tlonnecllent, l.i^ht ^ Power Co. Hefnrp dlvidendB, net Income W'IH $fl..'l-ft.*Mn Trotit operaflnjv roven-u-n loliilliiK ,$:!(l,riH2,.1.iri. an cornpar;id with Jfi..1(IK,7(W net Ineome fron $3K,-Mn,R18 (,'i'otis Income In 1DH. V. S. fnatury Dctanmn* , Kto AI'I'OINTKIJ Dec, 21 (Ur-) F') -A Myn in hiiH been appointed n« tin- I nj:rliMill ui'al ,-t^en 1 . of Now in coiinly. HiiHHoll I!!, lllblyiird •will ncceed Onor^o K. Whitman on th • fli-Mt of January. Whlthnni eiiHhlfled to Windham county nn ah'rl'-.iill.urnl v i Wkat * IT'S THE SOUND . . . of crunching nnow unilerfoot, the IlKhl. jlnnln of the belln, the tiinen nf Silent NlKlit. nnd While Chrlnt limn him limit n (.'Iniin In (lomlni: * IT ; S n THE AROMA . . . of nnvory turkey drenulnc nrtd In 1 |, -i|>lc.v Kl'iK'-rlirniid mlnRleil wlllt the punKent Ki-een frrtKruniut nf hfulned nvnrKfnnnii In a hiippy, Itolldny lilend. * IT'S THE TASTE ... of Ihe golden, nunrilled nnirtKe, criiiitntrry mtiion, bll.le.fHweel, on the KIHKUO mid the red nnd white Ktrlpud liinlc of peppermint * IT'S THE TOUCH . . . of star polnlH, and angel wingii and allky do(,'H' «ar« of Hiitln rlb- bon« nnd crinkly UHMUO nnd i-oii|;h eednr, of HlocklngH bumpy wltli sorrel bount.y. * IT'S THE SIGHT . . . of familiar facen. nrnnll wacons with red wheeln, Ihe brouth-taklin: shimmer of the tree . . . dreams nnd wonders oomlne true in the ryCH of rhlldrert. * IT'S THE THRILL . . . of having all your friends extend to you . A MERRIE CHRISTMAS .. . . A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! ! G. Wigglesworth & Son, Inc. MAPLE STREET NAUGATUCK, CONN. *&^tttt®i®S^^ YOIJNO8TRW 1»IKH Ifiirtfortl, Doc. 23—<U P) -A Ibroe yniir-olfl boy died n.t Itnrl- ford lii«np(tiil from injnrie.ii m- c.fllvtid In nn lUltomoblle nnrlilnnl. Tho young victim wna Terenne [,. Hnlnnir of WlndMor, M»nn,, fnrinnr- ly of WlnstiHl. Tho ohlld tiiniljdid from H moving aiitotnobll« at Nuw BOHton, MIIBH., fracturlnK hl» skull. NO i>j'Hhv Moid, trtifikorii In 'lie I'llliibiirKb dlnlrlel niniln no tif'f'orl to hniil coiil todny <lurtnK the no-work purl, of the thrce- duy mine week. Police had feared u riinitv/iil r,C vlo|i<Mcii Illtn llml- yi'MUirdny wtum rovliiB mine pick- «ln oVci'lliniunl trticlin linullng Grand Jury Convenes Feb. 14 To Probe Television Sales Philiulnlphlii, »nc. 24-(UP) -A government npokcnmnn any a jicrnnd Jury will make a nationwide |n- vi'HllKiillon of the mile of ti-Ievlwlim neln m>x.l F<>brunry In Philadelphia. Tho npnkenmnn for t"he middle Allitntlr; ofllee of (lie Jtmllen llc-- purtinent.'n aiHI-tnnit. (llvlnlou miy» Hie investigation will cover tiie entire inlovlnlon Industry, The nlni of Die Inquiry, )>« nnyn, will be to find out whether "tie- in" nnle» of radio* nnd nimllar Mrtk'l«<ti had been forced upon re- l.'illern when lelevlNlon -mt» wen iM'iirce. Tho Kpokoaman revculn Wi«t n Miili'jioena itlrundy IIMM been nerved on Ihe Rail Id Coi(;«ruMon of America at lln Now York office to produce certain recordH rolntlnsr to He iiUdn Ithnl nlllar wibpoenriM will bo nerved on other tolevlnlon irmnufncLui-firn and n,l Icii'/l, "two do/en" (IlKtrlhutorH, Thn Griind Jury IN /icheduled to convene l^e-hi'miry H, CATTM1 HTATK8 r>iillwi--Th« hlK BMU.IO pnxlucliiK r<t;iton nro Tex/is, Iowa, Ncbrnskn Kiunian. MlMHotirl, llllntiln, Mlnm-' Mii'lti, CJnlifornla, WlMi:onnln and Ohlahninit In that order. Gets Security Post P" lom«» S«ld«n lay jr. THI WHITI HOUSI hei tnnounj the appointment of Jiimei Lny Jr. (nbovo), 38. ai executTvc secretary of tho National Stcurlty Council. He will succeed Sidney W. Soucrs, hln prcisont boiw, whoio resignation goes Into effect on January 15, 1950. Sauers will be retained •• • npecinl consultant to Preildcnt Tntninn on top nntloniil defen»e croblcmn. (/ntcrnotionat) Q&ftO May the New Year bring- Happiness and Prosperity to All Our Friends. PAUL'S Package Store I'fCOHI'KrT NTKKKT Waterbury's Friendly Deporhnent Store Everybody's Santa Glaus" : .'.' ( ,5«;,H A fj," ~/ THERE'S JUST ONE WAY TO EXPRESS HOW WE FEEl< Merry Christmas fcft^mirtftft^^

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