Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 28, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Wednesday, December 28, 1949
Page 3
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Social-Personal Fraternal Personals Girl Scouts Plate TJrtp To New York City Henry Moller. Engaged TJo Wed i Announcement is made of the engagement of Isabelle Katko, Several members of Girl Scout' daughter of IMr. and Mrs. Charles troop. No. 34 of St. Michael's .Epis- j Anderson, Port Washington, Long copal church will make a trip to i Island, N. Y., to Henry Moller of New York city tomorrow. the Y. M. C. A., Church street, Leaving the" borough on the 8:09 formerly of Brooklyn, N. Y. o'clock train in the morning, the Miss Kaiko is a graduate of Trenton N. J., schools and at pres- is U in the morning, girls will be accompanied by Mrs. George Schlosser. Mrs. Donald , Fowler. Mrs. Donald Mac Vicar and i lic ent is a. telegrapher relations office of the fub- S. Steel Mrs. John McGroary. They will visit Music Hall ,the Empire State Building and attend several broadcasts. Those planning to make the trip are Carol Anderson, Gail Anderson, Jean Coe. Judy Deegan, Betty Fowler. Ruth Glaser. Elaine Lundin. Gail MacVicar, Arlene Nelson. Janet Monahan, .Jan Noble, Thelma Nelson, Char-lane Ofefeon. Bettina Grant. Donna Mfenan, Virginia Schlosser, Robin Free, -Carol Jones, Elaine Moore. Corp., New York city. Mr. Moller graduated from New York university and served in the Army Air Force during World War III. At present he is r>. member of the sales staff of Speary Top- sidcr division of U. S. Rubber Co., Beacon Fails. PEBSOXALS Miss Judith Martinez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Martinez, of Culver street, has returned from Providence. P.. I., where she attended a Christmas fraternity dance at Rhode Island State, uni- ve'-sity. as the guest 6f Edward Jawarski. BEST A CUTAWAY *OB THAT nrPOBTAJfT BYEKT1 »• CM PH !»o»» TOO Bte EHBIMBO'S 'SI"**»•» All «r Bull It fflom St., W«b7. FfeoM f-gfgc WE STILL HAVE A Wide Assortment of NEW YEAR CARDS Tour YearTlouiHl 'Card Dealer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE ' 203 Church Street Jeff Klub Plans Dance January 7 The Jeff Klub will sponsor a Life Ambition dance Saturday evening, Jan. 7 at the American Brass Country club at 9 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Adamson are co-chairmen of arrangements, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cantor, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Packer, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Maxim, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baummer, Mr. and Mrs. George Schlafter. Personal Pfc. Gerard A. Traficanti. administrative clerk for the 144th Special Weapons unit Sandia base, Albuquerque, New Mexico, is spending a 30-day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Traficanti, 137 Hill street. Mr. and Mrs, Nicholas Baldelli of Woodland street had as their I holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Al- I bert Baldelli, Branford, and Mr. I and Mrs. Annio Balli of East Ha,-en. Mrs. Betty Powers, known professionally as Miss Betty Powers, an artist having studios in Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Medora Porcelli, are guests at the home of 'Mrs. Powers' son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Powers, Church street. Marriage intentions have b&en filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond St. John by Mary Anr, Thibodeau, 114 Curtiss street, and Dennis John Nolan, Beacon Falls, who will be married January 3 in St. Mary's church. Mis. William R. Spcarrin and children. Richard and Robin, of Deering Lane, leave today to spend a few days in Fall River, Mass., with her mother, Mrs. William, Ferguson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harrison of 123 Quinn street, are spending the holidays in Springfield, Mass. How often does Your Child need New Shoes? (answer) NATIONAL FOOT HEALTH COUNCIL advises changing shoes every few months to keep up with a child's rapid rate of growth. ••* AGE ; 2 to 6 years 6 to 10 years 10 to 12 years SIZE CHANGES EVERY 4 to 8 weeks 8 to 12 weeks 12 to 16 weeks 'COMMENDED PARENTS'* MAGAIINI $3.65 to $5.95 Gome in NOW and let our trained personnel check your child's shoes for correct fit. SHOES FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN Norwash :SHOE STORE 209 CHURCH ST. — NEABY BLDG. _ NAUGATUCK Council Holds Election Mrs. Joseph Lasky w.a; elected Pocahontas ot Kamona Council, Degree of Pocahontas, last night at the annual meeting- and election of officers of the organization held in Odd Fellows hall. She succeeds Mns. Russell Palmer. Other officers- named are: Mrs. Seth Booth, Wimma: Mr«. Therei-- a Volk. Powhatnn; Mrs. Palmer prc|.:hetess; Mrs. Henry Voeg-eli' keeper of records; Mrs Leroy Hal- irick, collector of wampum; Miss Behtha Rzewuski, keeper of wampum; Mrs. Fred Mont rose, trustee. Installation of officers will be held Jan. 10, at which lime appointive officers will be named Charles DeCarlo, who is atiidy- ini, r =irL in Rochi*ster, N. Y., i;i .•ipi-ndinfr the Chri.sliriaH holiday. 1 ) will) his parenLa, Mr. and Mrs. Patsy DeCurlo, South Main street. Aviation Cadet \Viilia.m C. Becker, .stationed at R.oel^e Airfield, Lubboek, 'I'exas, iy spending the holid.-'ys v.-ilh his mother, Mrs. Esther Becker, of Meadow street. Midshipman Jamcii Bnvay. of the 1'. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., is spending the holidays -\vith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bovay, Park a.venue. Mr. r,nd 'Mi's. Bovny also had a!= their quests foj' the weekend, Midshipmen Jerry Kojfurl of San Antonio, Texas, and James Lari'imore. of Texar- kpna, Texas, classmates of their son; and David ThouroU, <jf Providence, 11. I., a student at Brown university. Joseph Valinches, son of Mr. nnd Mrs, Joseph Valinches of Nix- aver.ue, has been ill at his several days. on home foi Mr. and Mi'?. Joseph Quinn and children, former residents o f G«orge street, are now oecupyinfr Lhei- new home on Quinn street " Mi'rs Madeline Zuccarelli, a student at St. Mary's hospital School of Nursing, Waterhury, is spending a weeks vacation with her ifaJ'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Zuccarelli, South Main 'street. James Sassone, who is studying for the priesthood at Eywald's Seminary, Suffern, N. Y., is spending the Christmas holidays with his step-father, Louis Nardcllo, South Main street. Snow-Fall Ball Tickets Available Tickets for the Snow-5Tall Ball, dance sponsored by the Naugatuck High school Senior class, will be availn.ble at the door, according 1 to J. Roger Ourrier, class president. The dance, an informal affair, will be held in the High school auditorium tomorrow evening from 8 to 11 o'clock. Music will be by Bob Mete's orchestra. Funerals Charles A. Manning Funeral Tomorrow Charles A. Manning, officer and director of the Associated Manning-Armstrong; Stores of Wate- 1 busy, New Britain and Hartford, died yesterday morning: at the Waterbury Hospital, where he was admitted last Wednesday. Funeral scvlces will be held tomorrow aftenoon at 2 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home, Waterbury, with burial in Riversid; Cemetery at the convenience of the family. There will be no calling hours and friends are requested to omit flowers. Mrs. Catherine Gormlcy The funeral oC Mrs. Catherine (O'Connor) Gormley, 9 New street, widow of Thoma; F. Gormley rind mother of Police Chief John J. Gormley, will be held tomorrow morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Buekmiller Funeral Home 22 Park place, to St. Frantis' church, where a solerrtn high Mass of requiem will be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in St. Jamos' cemetery. Friends may call lit the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 o'clock. iMemtoers of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Tsabell.-i, arc requested to meet tonight at 7 A5 o'clock at the funeral home to pay their rerpects to Mrs. Gormley. Mrs. Annie Murray Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Murray, 81, formerly of Nisufra- tuclc, who died Monday ir New Haven were held this morning from the Buekmiller Funeral NAUOATL'C'K MCWS (CONN.), WKDMCSDAY, DKC. 2H, I!i4f»— (>A<;K NEW niccoim The Bftrilehem post oillco set a new record this year in I ho handling of Christmas mail, Postmaster Earl Johnson reported. The post office handled 228,000 pieces, compared witn 218,000 last year. Personal DISCHARGE Morgan F. O'Brien of Nauffa- tuck was granted a discharge in bankruptcy yesterday by Referee Saul Berman. 22 Park place, to St. Francis' church, where a high M.iss of requiem was celebrated by the Rev. Aftert Taylor. Mrs. Alhertine O'Donnell, organist, was in charge of the musical service, which included the Funeral March, Pie Jesu rendered by Mrs. James Farrar, and Lead Kindly Light. Prayers at the grave in St. James' cemetery were read by Father Taylor. Bearers were Henry Rodman, Robert Dmvling, Daniel Casey and Herschel Neil. Mn. and .Mrs. .John .J. C<jnrv<> : of Xorth 1 Main «treel had as their holiday f.-ue.sts. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Connote and children. Richard Morton and Nancy Maurice, of O'.d Greenwich, arid Mr. and Mrs. William R. ConnoK- and daughter. Carey Jane, of Arlington. Ya. Visit Our TOYLAND GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 1T8 MAI'LK STHKET Free Delivery Telephone COSIBrN'ATION ALUMINUM STORM \%aNDOWS A DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO. ALSCO 882 Bank St., Waterbnry Phone 4-9213 60 CHURCH I SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY READY TO EAT SMALL 1»IG BRIGHT JUICY TENDER SHOULDER HAMS | STEAKS "53° Ifo 49 CUT PROM GRADE A STEERS FRFESH MADE Whole or Shank Half Italian SAUSAGE it 49° FRESH FISH SPECIALS All Dressed Butterfish FRESH SKINLESS POLLOCK 39 Ready for Pan FRKSH PERCH Fillet »33< Whiting "> 19c Ready f o r Van FRESH LEAN PORK Shoulders Ib CUDAHY'S DAISY MAID BUTTER 1 POUND PRINT 65 U. S. NO. 1 GRADE A POTATOES i o 25 SELECT FIRM RIPE TOMATOES Cello Pkg. ***-- UO1J WIHTK — .SOU I) I'ACK SWEET JUICY GOOD SIZE TANGERINES Doz. 19 C MEDIUM SOLID HEAD CABBAGE TOMATOES 3 *•*• *^**^ **^*s*'.*^.*s^**'*s*-**^»-*- *•-, CRANBERRY SAUCK OCEAN SPRAY GLF — IN TOMATO. SAUCK PORK and BEANS JKRSKY—ALL GRKEN CUT ASPARAGUS HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE BEST VICT—VACUUM PACKED SWEET CORN /PHILLIPS' RED KIDNEY BEANS PLUM or FIG PUDDING PANCAKK SYRUP VERMONT MAID IJANIJY GKNUINK DILL PICKLES LEAI>I?ff; KOSIIKR STYLE LONii SLICED PICKLES AM KIM CAN SARDINES IIUKFF-S TOMATO JUICE HI ANA—NATURAL HALVES APRICOTS MOI1KL CITY—TKNDKU SWEET PEAS P1IC CRUST MIX FLAKO 2 ; 6 L 2 25c : 49c 29« 2 4" 25c 12 nz. Bot, Qt. ,Ja Qt. Ja N.B.C. RITZ CRACKERS LB. BOX 29c CHICKEN OF THE SEA LABEL TUNA 31 !4 oz. can ,„ 21c 3 1: 25c HUNT'S CATSUP 14 OK. BOTS. 2-25c HUNT'S PURE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 29. Pound Jar CARNATION EVAPORATED ta " oans 33 Prillig and Sons th ANNUAL FUR SALE Now In Progress SAVE »P to 40% • COATS • JACKETS • CAPES • SCARFS Join us in this gala celebration! OUTSTANDING Saving's on QUALITY PURS . . . Come Early for Best Selection. YOUR OLD FUR COAT TAKEN IN TRADE PRILLIG <& SONS 109 SOUTH MAIN STREET WATERBURY IS NOW IN PROGRESS!! DON'T MISS IT!! ALL DEPARTMENTS ARE INCLUDED IN This SUPER-VALUE EVENT WHICH MEANS EXTRA- SAVINGS IN TOP QUALITY MERCHANDISE BREEN'S SPORT SHOP Neary Building Naugatuck

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