Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 29, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 29, 1949
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Social-Personal Fraternal Aloha Nui Aloha Aid Society Plains Election, Luncheon Jan. 4 The Aid Society of the Congregational Church will hold its annual meeting nnc luncheon Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 4. it -ATI.-announced today by Mrs. H;>rrv Anderson, president. Mrs, Frank Anderson is general chairman of _ arrangements. The luncheor. will be - served at 1 o'clock, and Mrs. Anderson asks that reservations be made not later than Monday. Mrs. Charles McCleary and Mrs. Robert Foltz will present a program of piano music, includiaj duets. Officer? for the coming year will be elected at the business session. The newly formed evening group of the Aid Society will meet to elect officers that evening at & o'clock in the parish house. Hostess At Home Prior To Dance Miss Justine Brophy entertained several friends at hor home on Hillrrest avenue prior to the New Rochelle Undergraduate !'O:TIVI! held Tuesday evening at the Hold Elton, Waterbury. Guei'ts included Willi.-im Olayns, Walling-ford: Joseph Maeko, Danbury: John Fedditr. New VorK , Miss Nancy Tifft. Mis-s PatricK O Donnell and Miss Brophy. Entertain At Christmas Party Mr. and Mrs. George Kuhn entertained Christmas night at a party at their home. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lcrsch, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yulke of Roslyn, Loner Island, N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kuhn, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lird- i;uist, Martha and William T ,aU- ner. Lindtjuist, Donald Mu- Cabe. Miss Elisabeth Lyons of Nov.- York City, spent the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Lyons. Park avSnue. Miss Lyoi.s is employed in the New York City public library. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kescke-i and son. Paul, of Cotton Hollow, spent the weekend in Huntingdon. Mr. and Mrs. William Jackman, 145 Lewis street, announced the birth of a third, son, Keith Don- aid. Dec. 17 in the WaterEury hospital. Mrs. Jackman is the former Olive Weber. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber of Lewis street. Mr. and Mis. Carl Brecelnik and children, Arthur and Rose Mar'.c of 222 Quinn street, have returner! from a holiday visit with relative;; in Duryee, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schofey ,-f Hillside avenue, are visiting relu- lives in Duryee, Pa. Diva Scorns Report WE STILL HAVE A Wide Assortment of NEW YEAR CARDS Your Year Round Card Dealer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 203 Church Street QOP Wcmien's Council Pictins Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Connecticut Council of Women's Rc- i-ublii.-ui Clubs will be bold at the Hotel Taft. New Haven. Jan. i) Tiie executive committee will b>; in session in the morning at 10:3') o'clock, and full membership -,v".I meet for luncheon at noon. R?.ser vations should be made throu,;'i the council at 410 Asylum street, Hartford, immediately. All members of local Republican clubs are invited to attend the session, whif.h will be conducte.l by Mrs. Edna Edgerton of Stamford. Mrs. Alice Leopold of Wrhn..r! i.i program chairman. The New Haven county committee includes: Arrangements. Mr:-:. Charlotte Miller. East Haven. Mrs. Mary McDonnell, Northford; Mrs. Alice T. Peterson, Short Bca-il ; Miss Helen Smith, Milford. Program, Mrs. Albertine Eaton, Kamden; Mrs. Herbert , Emanue'.son, Woodbridge. Reception, Mrs. Ncr- ma Rose, Milford. Principal .speaker will be Mrs. Jo:;eph R. Farrington, president of the Nation:]] Fedcratio i ,.,f Women's Republican Clubs, who assumed the office a year ago. Hi r keen interest in public affairs j s a natural development of family influence, education, professional career and as the wife of the ;>•<..= - ent delegate to Congress frfvn Hawaii. Since 1943, when her I-.L-.S band began his service in Congress, she has been particular lv active in the Leagues of Republi- c.un Women of the District of Co luinbia and is a former presid';;,:.. She served two year.-- as public relations chairman of the National Federation. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harkins nt/d daughter. Caroline, of Arlingion, Va., formerly of Naugatuck. are registered at the Hotel Elton, Waterbury, and arc visiting relarivi-s and friends in Connecticut. Conchita Gaston FILIPINO opera singer Conchita Gaston (above), 22, denies reports that she may marry President Elpidio Quirino of the Philippines soon. The dancer, who came to New York to study voice and recently made her debut in the role of Carmen with the City Center Opera Company, did not deny that Quiriro bad telephoned her several times irom Manila. (International) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson of Cotton Hollow entertained at •i family dinner Christmas Day, with relatives from Waterbury and other points present. Approximately 300 attended the j 25th annual Holly Hop held last night in the Congregational parish I hou:;c. under the sponsorship of the Parish Players. ONCE A YEAR SALE FLOOR COVERINGS FELT BASE FLOOR COVERING BELOW COST Closing Out Our Complete Stock of First Quality AJIM- | STRONG, GOLD SEAL and other top-jrratlc brands of enameled floor covering at Sq. Yd. RUBBER and ASPHALT-TILE ODDS and ENDS Enough for hath or small area. A cliam-c for you who can install it yourself to save half of the original price. ALL SALES FINAL Contractors For WALL TILE — FLOOR TILE BUDGET or CHARGE ACCOUNT THE CONN. TILE & FLOOR COVERING Co. 251 SOUTH MAIN ST., WATERBURY _ PHONE 3-6734 OPEX MONDAY. THURSDAYS TIP. 0 P. M. Opp. Lido Theater ClttRANGE! All Wool — Plaid 4 Pockets — Zipper Front JAG SHIRTS Men's Boys' S6.98 S5.50 SWEAT SHIRTS $1.39 ALL SIZES Members of thr Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church last night viewed a motion picture, "Holy Child of Bethlehem," at a meeting held in ! the church hall. NORMA'S MATERNITY ••^•••nnsxnn^H SHOP ANSONIA The Only Exclusive MATERNITY SHOP In The Entire Valley MATERNITY CHESTER'S ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Naugatuck Phone 6919 OPEN DAILY 9—6 - FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P. M. DRESSES from Sj.98 up SUITS JUMPERS SKIRTS SLACKS SMOCKS MATERNITY GIRDLES BRAS LINGERIE Shop In Privacy We Will Pay Your Round Trip Bus Fare (When Purchase is $10.00 | Or Over 100 MAIN ST. Above Smith's, ANSONIA (NEA Radio-Telephoto) Arriving in Hawaii on their honeymoon, Clurk Gable ancl his bride, the former I.ail.v Sylvia Stanley, get a typical Hawaiian welcome. \Vilh flowery U-is draped around their necks, they are. greeted 'n Honolulu hy the Islands' famous swimmer, Duke Kalianamoku, Wearing a hig Hawaiian :;mile. Professor Says Safe Driver Car! Be Identified Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 29 —(UP) — An Ohio State university professor says you can generally tell a safe driver when you see one. He's the guy with the relaxed stare on his face. Dr. Hoyt Sherman, told a meet- inn of physical education teachers that the tense autoist who concentrates only on the sight of an oncoming car is the one likely to get in the most accidents. The visual expert says a safe driver is the one who takes in the whole picture of what's ahead of his car and is better able to act in an emergency. NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN.), TIITRSMAY, PF.r. 20. !!»•>!»—P.V1K Hogan Takes Office Report Business As District Atty. Fine, Should Be For Third Term Better In 1950 Waterbury Lima, Peru—A transcontinental South American railroad, ending at Lima, is at one point 15,000 feet above sea level. BENT A CUTAWAY Kt>B THAT IMPOBTANT EVENT! w« Cao Fit «oni. Too Bte IMBIMBO'S Them All a r smmll «» Union St., Wtby. Pdo«« t-g(g| Funerals Miss Jane* Slrattmi Funeral !--ervic:r;s for Miss Jane E. SI ration, 20 Church street, who died yesterday noon at St. Mary's hospital after a brief illness, will be held tomorrow morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park place. A solemn high Mass of requiem will be celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Francis' church, with burial in St. Francis' cemetery. Friends mav call a.t thy funeral home this afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. Judge Smilh III, Court Cases Off Beause of the illness of Judge J. Joseph Smith, all case? scheduled for United Stntes District Court this week have been .postponed to nixt week. Judge Smith is confined to his hoTe following a recurrence of a slight illness that kept him from the federal bench for two days last week. Court officials say the judge will remain a.t home for the remainder of this week. New Orleans — Many turtles livo more than 100 years, and in rare cases, may live as long as 200 or 25U years. THE NEW YEAR IN! with accessories from Norwash Evening- SLIPPERS 6.95 to $13.95 Evening 1 BAGS $2.98 to $4.98 GLOVES Long and Short $1.98 to $2.98 HOSIERY For Evening: Wear 98c to $1.95 Norwash S HOE STORE 209 CHURCH ST. — NEARY BLDG. NAUGATUCK Open Friday Nights Till 3:45 OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WEAR DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE. BUY NOW AND SAVE. Girls' Coats and Coat Sets Reg. $12.95 to $22.50 $7.95 to $14.95 Women's PLAY SHOES Itlack Suedes — Wedge Heels S 1.99 All Wool BLANKETS Wide satin binding-. A famous brand at a low, low price. Reg-. $9.95. Sale $7.95 Men's Dress S II O E S Blacks, Browns, Oxfords Children's Snow Suits Wools and Poplins In a vast selection to choose from. H«'g. SH.95 to $17.95. Sizes 3 to II . Sale $5.95 „ $12.95 51 Gauge NYLON HOSE Irregulars of our $1.50 grade Sale Sensational Reductions on WOMEN'S COATS Entire stock reduced u. $24 „ S32.50 Reg-. $34.50 to $49.50 81" x 99" Dan River Fine Muslin SHEETS Sale $1.89 WOMEN'S DRESSES .Junior, IJi-Riilar, Half and Extra Sizes. Se- leet yours now from our jam packed racks at these super >o\v prices. Reg. .ST..15' ;o ril«.:)5 NOW $4.99 , $9.95 SHOP AND SAVE AT ROSENBLATT'S 83 MAPLE STREET NAUGATUCK Currier Electric Co. Residentl:il —- Commercial Industrial WIKING and KKI'AIRS WestiiiKhousc Appllnnees Tol. Naue. 4K>4 SANTOS GENERAL REPAIRS Radiators, Batteries Washing Machines, Unby Carriage! Bicycles, Soldering LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED 450 Rubber AT*I. Phoiip 0377 If It'M Anything Cur Your Cull ARRAY FLOOR COVEKINGS CO Diamond St. Tel. 6813 Frank Hotfan, a Waterbury native was i-iworn into office as district attorney for New York city yesterday to start his third four-year term .He is the first man to hold tho four-year rjlJice more than twice and the first man to serve more than two terms in nearly a century. Hogan was administered the oath of office by General rressions Judge George L. Donn<?l!an in the Crimina.1 Courts Building. APPEAL PAPERS The Manufacturers Foundry Co. yesterday Hied appeal papers in Waterbury Superior court from the decision of Unemployment Compensation Commissioner CaA A. Lundgrcn involving -16 members of the CIO Progressive Metalworkers Council. The appeal is made returnable to the court Feb. 7. The 4C employes were ruled eligible to receive unemployment benefits, but the payment will be held up pending outcome of appeal. The comrany claims the commissioner erred in niling that the claimants were eligible tor payments because of a lockout and also in not refusing them benefits as participants in a labor dispute. The commissioner last week su- tained a State Labor Department (By t'nited Tress) The cash registers .seem to i.e playing the merriest New Year's greetings of all. Government officials and industrialists say business is fine, and should get better in 1950. Secretary of Commeice Sawyer reported to President Truman that business prospects look good, although he softened the- statement. by saying we couldn't go overboard as we did in the booming twenties. On the whole, said Sawyer, "oar economy is essentially sound." A number of private business economists promptly agreed with the secretary. A survey of 336 firms by the Commerce and Industry association of New York shows most of the firms expecting a big I sales boost next year. One reason. I lower prices on goods ranging from | milk, to television. Mail order hous- j es. too. have announced price C'jts. ( And the way the experts see it, -.everything adds up to a prosperous Xew Year. decision which hold that a work stoppage at the foundry constituted a lockout. The stoppage started July 25 and is still in force. The union ir.embers started their picketing after the firm cut wages 12 cents an hour. i TRAVEL RATE ! Anything moving at 60 miles an Ihour goes 88 feet per second. OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9 . . SAT. UNTIL~6 2098 SOUTH MAIN ST., WATERBURY Nationally Advertised Quality Meats Wholesale Prices All Sales Itemized Buy Branded Quality Meats Only for Protection ARMOUR'S SMOKED—SHANK HALF HAMS >b BLADE END PORK LOIN ib 25 SWIFT'S BRANDED STEER BEEF RIB ROAST 33 LEAN FRESH SHOULDERS » 23 OUR FAMOUS BROILERS >b SNOW WHITE LEGS-f VEAL » 19 DELRICH Oleomargarine lh COUNTRY STYLE—PIECE BACON • LEAN MACHINE SLICED HAM LOAF % >b 29 PLUMP MEATY FANCY SUGAR CURED RIB CORNED 5 MEATY SHOULDER VEAL CHOPS i» 23 AT LOW PRICES

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