Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 3, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 3, 1947
Page 6
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r,—NMTN:.mrrn XETTS (row.)'. rnnVAY. JAN. ,1. CHILD'S Vtcst young mothers use this modern »vay to relieve miseries of children's .-olds. Ac bedtime they rub Vickn VapoRub on throat, chest and back. Drand relief starts :is VapoRub... PENETRATES to upper bronchial Cubes with its special medicinal vapors, STIMULATES chest and back surfaces like a warming poultice. Often by morning most of i.te •nlscry of t he coKJ is pone 1 Remember— ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this ?P c- :ial double action. It's time-tested, home-proved...the best-known hornc i omedy for rclicv- mtf miseries of children's colds, JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY !l!l N. MAIN STKl'IKT \Vul«irl)iir.v Just Arrived! ! Auto Pulse Electric Oil Range Pump l''i>r |Hli»|>lll|,' nil illrrrt from rHJjir lo i*jin;fi' or ht'iilri* willi- uut thr use of jugs or contain- -4. I'Umps HIT t-Mtlri'l,V lllllo- MKitir, slni|ili> mid rlcim and can lie insttilli'd <|lllrkly nnd iirutl.v lie inslalli-tl tinickl.v mid llrully, \VIII pump from liny *!'/<• ci'llur or tmttKIr oil lunk "I- drum. Installation In !< hours in avrr- ui;o liiiiuc. rninp MOW mi hand; fn-i- rsltmiif rs, Lanny Giralcli Tel. '31*1—IMC!) urv FOK KENT BY XI IK HAY FLOOR SANDING MACHINi; VI.OOH WAXKH 'Iti-iiiiiiiuhli- Italcs Union City Hardware ;m N. MAIN ST. UlllDIl Cil.V M. Katkluwlcli, Vrop. \V. J. Stokes. Mgr, **4*r*^**' VISIT DDK NK\V } GIFT SHOP F»r \VeildiiiK Anniversary 1; mill Sliuwi-r Cilfts ... | Sliver, ("liiim. Lumps. Vuscs, ; Ktc. Z $lto$50 William Schpero I JKWKI.KK \ ISO Church Slrtn-t NmieatwH J Annual Meeting Banquet Of "Y" Women Planned The annual mooting and bnnquet of the Y.M.C.A, Women's auxiliary will be held Wednesday night, Jan. 8 at C:30 o'clock in the Y cafeteria, according to an announcement by Mrs. Clayton Houseknecht, president. Mrs. Roy -Case Of Bridgeport, president of t'he state Y.M.C.A. Women's auxiliary, will be the guest speaker. Several guests from the Bridgeport auxiliary are expected to accompany Mrs. Case. I The dinner is to be pol-iuek and each one attending is roquosted to bririK a covered dish, as well as to call or notify the Y.M.C.A. omce by Monday of next week. Reports of the various committees and officers will be. given covering the activities for the past year. The nominating committee will submit a slate of officers for. t.lir 5>ea.r to be followed by the elections. Group singing and entertainment will make up the remainder of thu program. AH women members of the Y.M.C.A. are Invited to attend. Aid Society Annual Meeting The annual luncheon and meeting of the Aid Society ot v.hc Congregational church will b£ held Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 8, in the parish house at 1 o'clock. Annual reports will be given and the election of officers conducted. All women of the church are Invited to attend, with reservations of members, circle ch.iirmen and others to be made with Mrs. Albert Holm-berg by telephoning 3145. New Year's Eve House Party A New 'Year's Eve 'party • was held at the home of Doris Fenslce, I 47 Highland avenue. Games were | played and a buffet lunch served. Among those attending were: Mary Dolan, Jnne Czapllcki, Phyllis Kloc, Elaine Pctr.uny, Tillie Guspar, Mildred Matus/.ewski, Evelyn Fenske, Maroric Fenskc, Stanley Gniazdowski, John Lent. Charles Santore. Dcroy Murphy, Chester Isbell, Robert Burns, Howard Hoppe, > Martin Peterson, William Fenske and the hostess. ' i South America has an area of 7,570,000 square miles, or about 14 per cent of the totu! land .surface of Ihe world. Thn Rev. Cuthbert Fowler, ree- tor of St. Andrew's church, Belmont, Mass., will speak on the subject, "The Stories of the Car- 1 ols" at a meeting of the Woman's auxiliary evening group of St. Michad's Episcopal church Thursday ! evening, Jan. 9. ut 7:30 o'clock. The | prog-ram will consist of carol sing- , ing and a business session. 1 Delay Granted In Three-Car Accident Case Tho crises cf three drivers scheduled to apear in City Court today on charges of violations of rules of the road, have been continued to Tuesday, Jan. 7. The drivers were involved in a fhrec-car accident on Prospect street Tuesday. They are: Kath- iecn Sullivan, Woodlawn terrace, Walcrbury; Harry Schneer of Bishop street, Waterbury and Harry Ai-endholz, Beacon Valley road. Judge Martin Caine said he delayed "-the session at the request of the attorney for Harry Schneer, Max Taurig, Waterbury, who told Judge Cains he would be unable to appear in the Naujfatuck court! this week, I Minor Files Suit For Divorce A couple who were man led in Naugatuck last June 2!) ore principals in a divorce action filed yesterday in the Superior court in Wn.- t.erbury. Mrs .Frances (Barlow) Hogan, n minor, through her mother, Mrs. Frances Barlow, has brought suit against Terra.nce F. Hogan, all of Waterbury, alleging- intolerable cruelty since lust July 35. Mrs. Hopnn also seeks the use of her maiden name. Benzene is made by distilling coal tar and can also be derived from AUTO PARTS And Accc»»orJe» For All Cars B & M Motors. Inc. General Repairing 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. 0441 32,000 DEER SHOT IN MAHf» AiiKUsta, Me. —(UP)— Appn matcJy 32,000 deer were kllixj Maine during the 1946 open i son, an all-time record high. KI.-ECTBIC IRONS $2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 102 CHURCH STREET YES! ! WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CCT KATK, LIQUORS. WINES, BEERS Free DnJIvery Anywhere la Borough .198 N. Main St. Tel. 4»7» NO SKATINC Bawmmer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 New Term Opens •Jim. !i, lit-tl COl.'KSKS FOK Serreliiry, Typist, Cli-rls f'uiiip- fo/ueliT Operjitur A .-\c{;t)iii)l:ij]t THE PERRY SCHOOL l)r»w» JHilK. Wi>t<<rlnir,v PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS IM MAI'I.H S?'Ul':i'"l' ••I^UNI^lHtfMBVMB^I^" 11 "^ 11 ^77^J7>7>7,, i i-...»-^»^jj^**i C\HS W1NTKKI7ED AT CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION J 348 llltinfJK ST. TKI.. 1ti!»0 { M,.MII.I.AN MUTOK •!».!• <trf ^^f^-fJ~J-ffff-f^*>+-++f+* l -++**'*^+^*^ m ~* Probate Notice Henry Disston & Sons, Inc. Chain Saws Delivery from Stock msm Mitt SUPPUeS 'POWER TOOtJ -k. ss. Pro- half Court. Jsmunry Snd. Jf-lT. Kstsitc c; 4 .' SU'|)h:inif Gosuk. l^to i;f Nuuwiitu'.-l:. in saicl District. di>- *n-.f Cdiirt of Pi-obii'.p fnr UlC Dis- irict fit' Niiunatisvlc liath'lin'.ii.ucl and allov.-i'tl .-i-N nirintii:: 1'nim 0:uc hcre- ,,-.' fi>r th.' CM.-ilHor.-! of saiil osiate :o i'-cni!.'it ih'.'ir tU'.ini.-i for settlc- mon'. Those who ac--Icct to prusont '!ii>ir .-ic'joun'.s 1 .. propifi-ly uttes-U'c!, within «aiil tim- will b<; clobarrucl i n i-i-c-nvrr.-. All persons indented I in .Miiid (•"^f.jif" •'!'•'" rnquuKU'ti to i (ual:.- i:nniedi:itc> I'iiynvr.t to j ANNA GESEK. j ,<ii; Wining Si. j Union City. Conn. v New Time! New Station! PLEASURE and PROFIT" Monday thru Friday 6:30-6:45 P. M. with the original QUIZ MASTER AL VESTRO STAUrtNfi .AJTItOXI.MATKl.V Monday, January 13th Watch this newspaper | for Further Details <~ Over Station wwco 1240 On the Dial Brought to You by NOW GOING ON!! DON'T MISS OUR FIRST COMPLETE JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE SINCE 1941. ALL DEPARTMENTS ARE INCLUDED IN WHAT WE FEEL IS A REAL BARGAIN FEST—AN EVENT OF MONEY-SAVING MERIT FOR EVERY NAUGATUCK FAMILY. THIS IS JUST A PARTIAL LIST OF THE HUNDREDS OF SUPER-VALUES READY HERE FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION! ! LADIES' COATS "Including- Sliorty Coats 1-4 lo I-.'? Off — Sule $19 $29 $39 S69 Si/.cis H to 45 Special Group of Coats priced at — $15 LADIES' SUITS J-4 to 1-,') Off. On Sale at S19 $24 $29 $39 LADIES' DRESSES On Sale at .1-2 OtT. Sizes 0 to 52. 4 Special Groups at. $3 $5 $7 n » d -$lo LADIES' SWEATERS nt ., $3 §5 $7 Values to $9.!),') ALL WINTER STOCK MUST GO! BARGAINS In Our CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT LADIES' BLOUSES $2 $3 $4 $5 imd $6 Values to $7.95 REINDEER SWEATERS On Salo JIT. $4 $5-'" Values to $8.95 LADIES' SKIRTS On Sale al: $3 §4 . $5 - d $6 Values to $8.95 TEEN AGE DRESSES On Sale at .$3 $5«» d $7 Values to $9,9.-) TEEN AGE COATS and TOPPERS On Sale nt $15 '"»' $20 Viiluos to $24.9o TEEN AGE SUITS On Salo al Extra Specials Values to $19.95 Jewelry Groups On Sale ut 1-2 price . 50c, $1 and $2 Compacts ON'B GROUP On Sule at 1-2 Price $1.00 Purses tj)<U} $Oj O Values tol $7.95 LADIES Bunny Mittens On Sale at 1-2 Price $1 and $1.50 Sciimlcsp Rayon Hose On Sale At 57c Hankies On Sale At 4 for $1.00 Belts On Sale nt 79c to $4.99 Values to SiJ.S.'j Umbrellas On Sale at $3.49 to $9.99 Values to $12.95 .Ladies' Wool Gloves & Mittens On Sale At $1, $1.50 and $2.00 Fleece Boottee- Sox On Sale at 1-2 Price 50c pair Ladies' Ladies' Hats On Sale at $1, $2 and $3 Values to $-1.95 Dickies On Sale at 1-2 Price 50c, $1 and $1.50 LADIES' BLAZER JACKETS All Colors, $10 Values to $15 LADIES' PLAID SKIRTS On Salo at. • $5 ""'i $7 Values to $8.98 LADIES' ROBES 2 Special Groups $3. nnd $5 ALL ROBES REDUCED To Sell at. $6 $10 $13 flnd $19 Values to $25 LADIES' SKI SUITS On Sale at $17.99 !111<1 " p Coats and Snow Suits On Sale nt 1-4 to 1-3 Off $7, $9 $12 and 15 One Group or Infants' Snow Suits on Salo. at $5 Children's Dresses On Sale ;it $1, $2 and $3 Viilues to S4.30 Jumpers and Skirts Priced in Groups at $1, $2 and $3 Infants' Fleece Mittens All Colors on Snle 50c pair Children's Wool Gloves & Mittens On Sale :it $1 pair Blouses and Sweaters Priced in Groups at $1, 1.50 and $2 Robes For Boys and Girls On Rale at $2 and $7 Values to $8.05' Raincoats For Girls and Boys On Sale at $4.99 to $6.99 Values to $8M Raincapes On Sale at $2 and $2.50 Boys' Wash Suits Ono Group on Sale at $1 Sizes 1, 2 nnd 3. Boys' Flannel Eton Suits On Sale at $3 and $5 Values to $7.9!> Boys' Coats, Leg-gin Sets and Snow Suits On Sale* at $6, $10, $12, $15 and $17 Values to $22.95 Ski Pants On Sale at. $3.49 and up Anklets and Knee Sox On Sale at 19c to 69c Values to 79c Infants' Broadcloth Creepers On Group on Sale nt $1.00 Values to^l.88 Children's Purses On Salo at 50c and $1 Animals and Dolls Groups on Salo ot 1-2 Price 191-199 Church Street Naugatuck, Conn.

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