Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 6, 1951 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, April 6, 1951
Page 5
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By Galbraith £o NEA seRvict. INC. T. M. REG. u t "I'm glad your train is two hours late—now we'll have •/ ' ':V : •-•••- ' . time for a farewell kiss!" Methodist Church Taper Ciilledion 61 the. Methodist church v/ill ct a/paper 1 ' drive tomorrow Men morning from 9 to 12 o'clock. In the event 'of 'inclement'v/eather the drive will take place 'Saturday, April Residents' are.'requested 'to have papers and.'magazines bundled and at the curb' in> ; frbni' of houses foi early and easy pick arrangements .are .'.desired, residents are-'asked. to' telephone' route iead fers "In.- their"respective 'areas? • • The -following: -route .boundaries leaders and their telephone numbers are announced: -•.....•• r . Field street, Millville area'and Naugawam area) Harold. Werner 5703; Millville avenue', : Quinn, North Hoadley and Field streets^ William Imholtz, 6214; Millville; Park Hillside avenues, New and^Woodlawn streets, John Eckert, 6363-; 'North Spring street,.; Eastern- Malleable Iron Co., area,: Glenbrook Garden apartmen.ts,; LUnion Cjty north of ^fjl^ct street; ^Edgar- Wj-att and ,Jr.,, 2605 and Hoadley street; Millville and Terrace ayenueaj; Cliff street and Highland avenue,' vPerley Brown, and James 'VMjgbj 3v g.09 'and 3293; Rubber .avenlfetfeatalferStre-ef, 'High- a^ff street; George - street, s venue and Church street, Francis and Joseph , Zettlemoyer, K-i™ 3trce .ti Rubber avenue, Elm, Scott and kewis streets, and Manners avenue, .'.Herbert and Rich- £ni™° Wn '., 6P J 5: ^M».--Scott, Elm, Juniper and Spencer streets, John and Jan Kelltf;.. 5039; .Prospect street, East Watcrbiiry road; Uriion C Roy fRornig, /Waterbury 200 Attend Danbury Music Festival About 200 Naugfctuck children o the grammar- and high school.-choi attended the annual state musi festival yesterday in Danbury. The group left in five charterec buses in the morning at 8:16. Younj singers from the eighth grades o Salem, Central Avenue, Prospec Street and Hop Brook schools nr included in the grammar schoo choir. The buses left from Salem school. Vacation Bible School Discussed The annual Vacation Bible .school sponsored by the .Naugatuck Council of Churches, will be conducted from July 16 to July 26, Monday through Friday, in the morning from 9 to 11:30 o'clock, according to plans discussed last night at :he first meeting- of the organization comrnittae held in the Cpngre- tiona! church. Miss Ida B. Coo, director of re- igious education at the Congrcga- ional church, 1 presided at the meet- ng. Other committee members are Miss : Emily Sophie Brown, Mrs Hilding Olson, Mrs. Williaim Pohn, Jr. VIrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. James R. Waidelich. . ... ,.. River, City; Hill, Highland rsTtreets . EHbenix avenue, Unaa.ut.39gO-, Johnson, City Hill, May and AuDurri/streets, junc- Uon of High 3nd:S6uth-Main streets qiarence; Nelson, 73021 Glendale area, ; Walter .Harrls^SSST;,. New -~.v" ^-»^ya ..anq..±ieTiry^alentirie, Jr:, .2755 an^ ;21Si;^B€(ac.On;'.yalley and Cotton; Hollo^ ; iittir6ais;:VEi.nicr Tucker andf : Llpyd;;Bj5htbiiiipor'*3058 ana. 55iO. •..- ''.;.• •.••'*r i "'?'^'^-;;-y>= • :,:- ; >'-^ NOIXED, ON TA YMENT Robert Kardsinski,'"4l| 184 North Main street, Union City, charged with drunkenness in Waterbury City Court yesterday, riollcd on payment of $10. He was heard by Judge John A. Membrino.. Acts AT ONCE to Relieve BKCHCf/MA (CAUSED BY COLDS) Prescribed by Thousands of Doctors! J-ERXUSSIN must be good when fo™? 5 ° f doctors Prescribed « lor years. PERT f° reliev up .phJe ( A MATCH LIGHTS AN ELECTRIC LAMP STAGE SHOW Whirling disk appears stopped! Piec* of paper explodes! Fluorescent rubes light without wires! 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Maple Bedroom .... ... . 59*00 DESKS : $219.00 3 PC. 18th Century Bedroom 1 9Q*nn ..'straight Front $349.00 4 P, Oak Bedroom ....... .'f^.' <%$$ f™' FEATHER PILLOWS RESTWELL Mattresses $ 19.95 Comfortable. MaiJress $ 29.95 Innerspring Mattress . $ 69.00 Bunk Beds $ 59.00 Poster Bed Outfit $ 69.00 Hollywood Beds 1.78 Feather Pillows 9.95 24.00 28.00 28.00 saoo 79c BEG. $19.95 METAL BRIDGE SETS 11.85 GAS RANGES REG. J REG. C 24.95 9x 12 Felt Base Rugs . . . $1 19.00 Grey Oak Chest, on Chest . $ 69.00 Walnut Vanity ..'.'; Solid Mahogany Chest of Drawers $19.95 Walnut Sewing Cabinet $39.95 Student Bed • ?1 19.00 Mahogany Chest Up to $39.95 Boudoir Chairs STEP END TABLES FAMOUS MAKE ALMOST HALF! 52 PIECE D1NNERWARE SETS Pay $1.25 Weekly Trade In Your Olcl W-jshcr Values to 29.95 $^95 LiA*ITED QUANTITIES LAWSON SOFA BEDS WASHERS (a plumbing tequired. <o initaliafion cost. 15 months to pay. EX|RA SALESPEOPLE fbt HELP YOU! ALL SALES FINAL! MORE BARGAINS NOT SHOWN YOUR CREDIT IS X30OD HERE! 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