Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 3, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 3, 1947
Page 3
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JVAUGATUCK NKH'.S (CONN.), FIUIMV. JAN. 3, 18*7—PAGE S Woterbury'* Friendly Department Store JANUARY THRIFT PARADE DOMESTICS and LINENS 100% Wool Solid Color Blankets pinx- NOVKI.TV HLANKHTJS. Size 72" x S-l". A wide assortmunt of novelty and Indian designs. Famous Bca- ciiii quality. Rrgulnr $4, OS ........... Special CANNON COTTON SI'HKAOS. Nice weight colored juc- (|u;ird cotton apivnd in t'ul', and twin bed sizes. Colors (in; roso, bl'.iu, and Kreen. NOVKI.TV SPKKADS. A, -jloseout lot of full size novelty tailored spreads. Taffeta and glosheer.s. fl»Q QQ regular Clciinince tDO.J7O ril,l,O\V TICKS. Uu-frf! sine fcsitherproof ACA quality hluo nnrl white strljif pillow ticks. Eight, ounce fjf\ Wright. Regular xOn Spociiil / l/C \VOOL IJI.A.NKKTS. Single weight blankets of 100% pure virgin wool. .SlM:* 72x8-1 and 72x90 inches, fibula:- $22.30 0*1/1 QQ ("leimmce d) JL^tmiJO $10.98 $8.98 Slv.e S0"x76" cov- $2.50 CLEARANCE Regular $10.00 A. cloai-aiico of fine quality .1.00 '/. wool bod blankets. Large sizi: 72'' x 90" for pJenly oJ' tuck-in.! color only, with matching rayon taffeta binding. Each blanket weighs ?,'% pounds each. I'ATCfl QUILTS. Heavy weight reversible pattern patch work quilts. Colors of rose, blue . . .and green. Size 80x81. " ..... "Regular $10.0Ci ........... Special BUD COMFORTS. Our Lofty Puff quality. Light and warm. Full bed size. Lovely sateen covering. (jj — QQ Regular $8.98 .......... -Special 3> / »»7O BED BLANKETS. Famous Beaoon quality. Made of 25% wool, solid co'.or, single weight. Size 72"x90". Nicely boui.d in rayon taffeta. C'C (\O Regular $6.98 ............ Special tbO.t/O PATIO 1'IECES. Gay California patio napkins and place mats. Fast colors in a nice assortment of -i f\ shades. Regular 29c and 39c ............ Special JLUC DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS. Size e3"xS3" heavy weight cotton damask table cloths hemmed ready for use. Two attractive patterns.-, <U/J QO Regular $7.95 each .................. Special JhD.l/O DAMASK NAPKINS. Heavy quality all cotton, napkins in attractive patterns. Hemmed ready for use Si/o 18"xl8", Repular 29c ............................ Special Size 20"x20" Regular 30c ............................ Special TABLE CLOTHS. Of fine quality cotton with attractive fast color prints in a wide range of patterns and colors " Cli-nnuicc flogulnr MATTKKSS i-rocl with I'ADS, Tn twin si/e only, full bh'Jicherl quality shotting. S2.SIS .. .' Special •: SI'KKADS. [fur full uncl twin sixe beds. Attractive miiltl-eolfir chenille designs on white grounds. CVildi-.i of blue, mar. pivien, gold nr.d green, <T»Q QO Regular .JIO.DX Special «PO."O I'll,LOW CASKS, Our heavy weight Pacific quality, full hlraclml. Size <l5"x3(>". Slliwrs. A run of the mill lot of heavy weight [(.ill bleacher! sheets. .Size.i 113x103. 73x30, ,-ind 72 .tins inch<>.«. Very slight clnfpetfi, no ho Ins or tears. Lim- quantity. It In first quality regular ,?2.(>9 '" *2.Sf> each , Sj»p<:liil roTTO.N srltKADS. Monument Mills quality. Heavy weight attractive spreads in full and twin bed sizes. Colors of ro.Mi.', blue, pe/ich nnd rust. $2.29 C'llKMI.LI'-, S|-K|.;AI)S, Beautiful designs In white and ,*o||i| fulor .Mlicell jig of, blue, poach nnd rust. Regular $27.08 Speclul r\M>i.r;WICK Sl'KKADS, All white hand made hobnail 'l/'Mign Jill nvrr dot with tied white fringe. fl»-| f) QQ (•'nil !<\7.<- only. Regular $2n.on . .. .Spt-uhil «DX^««7O TAIILK cr.OTIIS, All cotton with attractive fast color print il^MlgiiM. Two pattern hi three colors. Slv.e TAULK CLOTHS. Sl'^r 'l^'xID" medium weight cotton cloths with colorful {Ic.iljjiiS In fruit patterns. Choice of i'"tl, I'lun iiiul green. m-| f\f Ri-guliir Sl.nn Speeiul JpA.^D CORK MATS. Miuiy pattfrn.s and colors with washable clf-ilgnu. Slur; 12"xia", 1Q Rcgnlnr -'.'.-• Special, eiil'h Jll/C Regular $2.23 ........................ Special Size 52-X52" Rcfi-ulnr .53.50 ........................ Speciul Shre. 32"x72" flJO OQ Rcfrular J4.0S ........................ Special <DtJ»*JO Size GO"X80" Regular $6.98 ........................ Speclul COT.IU.V A'AI'KIiVti. Of line quality cotton to match uuovu clotns. bifce 17"xlV" witn coiurcd band Oil borders .................................. ua<;h O»/C 1'KliN'r TABLii CLOTHS, t-arge size all cotton cloths size D'l"x"^" in, t'ast'color designs of red, blue and gold. Regular S3.50 ......... Clearance, euch TL'itKISH TOWELS. Double thread, absorbent towels. White with colored borders. Size 22"xl4". £Q Regular 79c ........................... Special Ui/C IMtlNTJED TOWELING.. 17" wide in a nice assortment of colorful patterns. > OO Regular 39c yd ................... Special, yard O«7C IJIS1I TOWKLS. Size 37".v32" part linen with colored borders of red, blue and green. Run of the mill of" regular 30c towels ..................... Special tU<t)C CHENILLE' M/tT SKTS. Larpc sine mat and matching lid covcr.i Two designs in all colors. atf\ QQ Regular $4.98 ........................ Special <5«.l/C7 TURKISH TOWELS. Size 22"x44". Cannon quality all white with colored borders. Highly absorbent. QQ Regular $1 .00 ........................... Special Ot/C DISH TOWELING. Startex quality, part linen toweling with colored borders. 17" wide, Regular 35c yard .......... . ..... Special, yuril COTTON TOWELS. Large size cotton towels. All white with hemmed ends. QQ Regular COc each ................ Special, ouch Oc/C CANNON TOWKL ENSEMBLE. Heavy weight and solid color towels with -stripe -borders, highly absorbent.' Bath Towel fl»-| f\f\ Regular $1.25 ....................... Speclul 3) J..UI/ Guojit Towel Regular 69c .......................... SpeclHl FHCC Cloths -| Q Regular 25c ............... ........... S[tc«l.-i> X "C STttKET FLOOR CURTAINS and DRAPERIES KCl'TI.I-; C.HHTAINS ol 1 rim; quality plain niarquiscttc. Nicely.made with wide ruffles and tic backs. '13" wide mid 2'j yards long. Soft ivory color. Uo-ulai- $-1.98 Special, pair (O'l'TAlilC S.KTS, fix piece set made from govurnmont net, with attractive ilot pattern top and bottom In red, hltic, and green. Full width uncl length. Ruffled tops, tailored sash. m-t QQ Regular $3.08 SpOuliil. |)iilr 9) J..5/O Ill'I'TLK C'tJUTAINS, [''Ino quality pl'n dot marquisette in ivory color, 40" wld<; and ,S7" lonp. Made with ruffles and tie backs. (T»Q f(\ Uegular $.|,(is Sprclul, pair tuti.wvf • S A.S|J C'l^KTAINS of plain white scrim. Tailored stye 30" wide, 3ii" long. Ready to hang. 7Qr» licgulur Sl.Ofi Sprvliil.t pair / fc'C UI.'I'TLK Cl'UTAINS. I'ermatixorl plain ivory mnrqiilscttR, very fine quality ,10" svlde uncl 2'.i yurds long. Beautifully made with oxtrti wide rufflcsi Ivory (go QO color. Regular S-I.CIR Sporlnl. piilr »BO.«7O TAII.ORKO <;UHTAINS. Mncln of plain ivory color mai- niilscctr, hemmed roflcly to hang, -IS" wide and 2!-i ynrds long. Regular S2,riO Itl'Kj.'LK Cl'IJTALN'S. Made of sheer marquisette with dainty clot design. -15" wide and 2'j yards long. Ivory r olorecl, (p 4 QO Rp'guriir '$rrr>S Special, pulr 3)'±«»7O IXNKTTK CURTAINS, (cleal for kitchen, pantry or bath. •"-I" long, attractive colored patterns, (PI QO fteguhii J2.. r )0 pnlr Spoclal, pulr tj5JL.«/O I'AILOKKIl CtJRTAlNS, Of washable rayon marquisette •M" wklc add SI" long mtidr. with 1 Inch side hems and 3 Inch bottom hems, headed rwxdy to hnnp. Ivory color. Regular $3.0? pair ' <C9QQ pair J'AI'KR, DBAPES. Our famous and original Ben Mont pa. per drapes in neat colorful patterns. Choice of QC rose, gold and natural pair 1700 FANCY PILLOWS. A large selection of oblong-, oval and Rest Eze style, pillows. Beautiful colors, (p< QO Va|ucs to J3.98 Speclul-3)A.5/O MONKS CLOTH DKAP.ES. 36" wide 2'.£ yards long, with pinch pleat tops. Fine quality! fabric with colored trim edges in wine, blue, green and rose. Regular $7.98 Specini, pair STUDIO COVKB SETS. Tailored of.heavy quality fabrics In an assortment of patterns and colors. Consists of large size cover nicely made and thrcc_ pillow covers. Values to ,516.98 <C1 A QC Speclul, se< «D±Vr.«/O CUKTAIN MABQUISKTM;. Or rayon and cotton with neat figured pattern. Ivory color., QQ/> Regular 09c yard Special, yard O«/C CHAItt COVJiBS. A closcout of heavy quality fabric chair covers In clubn'stylc only. Colors of blue or Cfi QC green. Regular $12.98 Special t0O»I/CJ UKAFKRY FABKICS. A large assortment of chintz, cretonne, and gloshcen in well knownj brands. 36" wide. Values,to $1.29 yd Special, yard COBNlCtlS. Washable finish masonite window cornices In a wide variety of designs and colors. Easy to put up. Regular $1.98 Speclul, each SLIP COVER FABBIC. Pre-shrunk fabric suitable for slip covers or draperies. Two attractive patterns in four colors. Values to SI.9S yard Speclul, yard FOLDING SCREENS. Three and four fold styles. Made of brown csrdboard with attractive designs. Slightly damaged. Values to $3.98 (g-| AA Special THIRD FLOOB Women's Activities-Personal and Social Marine Corps League Entertains 85 Couple Methodists' Hold Election Mrs. Edwin Valentine was" elected president of the Wesleyan Serv- ce Guild of the Methodist church at a recent meeting- held at the church. Other olllcers ejected were: Mrs. Albert Markcy, vice-president: Mildred Brown, recording secretary; Mrs. Gottfried Siequist, corresponding secretary; Dorothy Powell, treasurer; Mrs. Bruce Fisher. Jr., Spiritual Life chairman; Mary Em-crson, W;o;r 1 d BroBherhood chairman; Pearl Atlkins. local church activities and Christian So- ciiil Relations chairman; Mrs. Norman Sundholm, recreation ami supply chairman: Mrs, Arthur Taylor, membership chairman; Mrs. William Imholz, music and publicity chairman. Mrs. Claude Travcr of Phoenix avenue, and daughter, Cheryl Ann. born Dec. 25 at~St. Mary's .hospital, Waterbury, have returned to their home. Patrick McBrccn, 39 Oak street, is a medical patient at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. The annual meeting of the Church Helpers of St. Michael's Episcopal church will be held Wednesday nf- :ernoon, Jan, 8 at 1 o'clock in the parish house. A pot-luck luncheon ivill be served followed by the election and installation of officers. Cnpt. Michael Charles of New York today returned to Walter Rc'Od hospital. W-.ishington, D. C.. where he is n pationf. after visiting for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Daly of Elm street. AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Naugstuck, Conn. American Made ALARM CLOCK Guaranteed Timekeeper $2-20 Supply Limited Inc. Tax CCHNEER C «^CREDIT JEWELERS^P 162 South Moln St. — 4 2206 At the New Year's Eve dance of the Naugatuck Valley Detachment of the Marine Corps League, nearly 85 couples danced to the music of Bruce Clark's orchestra. The event staged in Odd Fellows hall saw' rmmy novelties including entertainment and refreshments. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Healy, Mr. and Mrs. D. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. D. Fusco. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harper, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Clark, Mr. and Mrs.. David Chatfield. Mr, and Mrs. W. Scarf?, R. Connor, Miss Myrtle Chatficld, Mr. ind Mrs. Joseph P, Dunahue, Mr, Hnd Mrs. P. Canales, Mr. and Mrs. H. Zettlcmeycr, Mr. and Mrs. John Portn, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robbin.s, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sills, Mr. and VIf«. Peter Umlauf, Mi', and Mrs. T. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Gorman. Mr. and Mm. Raymond Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. larryKreidlcr, Sr., Mr. ond Mrs. John T, Grant, Mr, and Mrs. John ''arrnr, Mr. and Mrs. William Becker, Mr. and Mrs. William Rado, . and Mrs. Daniel Rado, Mr. and VIrs. Philip Lamparella. Mr. and Mrs. George Walters of Shclton, tfiss Delia Judson, Richard Varls, is Terry Thompson. Frank W. Salvatore, Miss Patricia O'DonncIl, Vllliam Simmons. Joseph R. Kane. Miss Jeanne A. Burke. • 'Mivand'Mrs. John Mambrino. M and Mrs. Chris Andolina. Albor Miele, Miss Ruth Fruch, Hobci Lawton, Miss Nor ma Douty, Mi and Mrs. James Scullin, Mr. an Mrs. L. GeSBock, Mr. and Mrs. D Patten. Mr. and Mrs. . Frank Pat ten, Mi\ and Mrs. M. Oris, Mi and Mrs. Kenneth Churchill. Mr. and Mrs;'John Borisuck, Mi and Mrs. Joy Schlesinger, Mr. anc Mrs. Joseph McKee, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Rosko. Mr. and Mrs. Johr Tully, Mr. nnd Mrs, James TulJy Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kloski, M'I and Mrs. George Breault, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kathan. Mr. and Mrs. Wil liamJ. Benson Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yanarella. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foetsch. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Churchill, John Halasik. Betty Jane Churchill, M and Mrs. Elvin Heavens, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeBarber. Mr. and Mrs McCloskey, Joseph Sicignano. Miss Betty Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gonski, Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Reed. Lawrence Sigetti, Miss Grace Lorson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Al- Cfise, Mr. and Mrs. F. Carroll, William Leuchars, Miss Shirley Cam. Mr. and Mrs. George Jarceau, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Ash, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Mondich, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ashc, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenthal, Miss Mabel Geschinsky, Miss Dorothy LaBelle. Installation Rites Tonight Harry Moeckcl will be installed as master of the Beacon Valley Grange at ceremonies to b<> conducted tonight at the Grange hall, with Leonard J. Emorson. member of th'c state Gmng-c executive committee as installing- officer. Other officers to be installed include: Charles Messner, Sr., overseer; George Baker, lecturer; Harry Stccle, steward; Wayne i Sweet. assistant steward; Mrs. Anna Brush. chaplain; Morey Tripp. gatekeeper; Mrs. Ernestine j Benson, Ceres; Mrs, Alice Bycrs, I Pomona; Mr3. Clara Benson,! Flora: Mrs. Kay Bradley, lady as-j Blatant steward; John Campbell,! executive committee, three years; j Mrs. Maude Trlpp, Juvenile ma-. Iron. Entertains At Holiday Party Mr. and Mrs. John Ivcr Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. William Curtin, 19 Grove street, entertain ed at a New Year's party, I Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lundln, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scullin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Swirski, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Rimkoski I Mr. and Mrs. Eug-ene Kozynski, Mr, and Mrs. George Ncal. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hyde, and Mr, and Mrs. Charles Kuchauslcas. The monthly meeting of the John Wesley class of the Methodist church will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock nt the Tiomc of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tucker on Beacon Valley road. William Krodel of Highland I avenue has returned from the New i Haven hospital, where he was a I surgical patient. • Mips Loui'se Grainger of the high school faculty is visiting in Brookline, Mass, Samuel A, Thompson, who is liv- 'ing- at- the local • Y..M.C.A.. will leave the borough permanently Jan. 9, and take up residence at 1.11 E)m street, West Haven. Frederick Be'hlman of Curtiss street has returned from a visit in Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice F. Epan of North Main street, announce the birth of twin daughters, Mary Eileen and Maureen Anno, in th« Watcrbury hospital, Dec. 27. Mrs. Egan is the former Jessie Schcffts. A meeting of the Women's auxiliary of the Naufiratuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League, will be held tonight In Odd Fellows hall at 8 o'clock, Mrs. Frank Clark will preside. Plans will be completed for a public card party to be held Jan. 17. at which time a corde handbag will be awarded. A report on the rules committee will be presented tonight. Miss Sabina Kloc of Scott street, has returned after spending several days in New York city. 1947 DIARIES AMFILE SECRETARIES STEEL FILE CABINETS LEDGERS - JOURNALS DESK SETS CLIP FILES PUNCHES STAPLING MACHINES INVENTORY PADS TIME BOOKS IN-OUT RECORDS LABELS - TAGS LOOSE LEAF BOOKS LEDGER FORMS INKS - CLIPS - ETC. YOUR STATIONER SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERV STORE M. Barry Keegan FAMILY r-HOTOGRArilER 108 Bank St. Watctbury .Tone* Moritan Bldff. Tel. 4-5384 OLLIES RADIATOR CO. 18 PROSPECT ST. TEL. 5541 Union City AUTO RADIATORS REPAIRED, CLEANED and Re-Cored Work Called For and Delivered •'' ALL WORK GUARANTEED OLLIE LEDUC, Prop. NATIONAL'S JANUARY CLEARANCE SAVE to SWEATERS formerly to 5.98 DRESSES formerly to 16.98 UNTRIMMED COATS formerly to 39.98 $2 $5 $19 FUR TRIMMED COATS formerly to 99.98 FUR COATS formerly to 198 . . *98 BETTER COATS ALSO DRASTICALLY REDUCED CHARGE AND BUDGET ACCOUNTS AVAILABLE WITHOUT COST We'll Gladly Open An Account For You If You Do Not Already Enjoy This Convenience NATIONAL WOM£N'S WIAft FAMOUS FOR QUALITY COATS For Over A Quarter Century 102 SOUTH MAIN STREET Waterbury, Conn

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