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NOVEMBER 23, 1946
The Hartford Chronicle
Paje Fifteen
DID YOU KNOW
(Cont. from Page 12)
Some prizes and lots of fun!
Several people have resumed
their bowling activities. Could
it be the new self-appointed in
structors, Charlie and Bennie?
Well, what in the world !
It's all in the family. Yes,
the Trotman's Bowling Team,
they bowl every Sat. night.
We see Billy McDonald back
in town after quite a long visit
to New ' York.
Several of our boys are still
in the service. Come on gals
and guys write to them. I
heard from Bob Burke, he
wants news from home folks.
Clyde Stewart plans to enter
the Army before the winter
season. Well, what in the
world !
Girl Scout Week was ob
served here by Troop 85. Their
leader is Mrs. Eleanor Parks.
They were also on the radio
that week, and participated in
other entertainments. 1
On Sunday evening Mr. Elb 's
Petty of 198 Bishop Street, Cor
responding Secretary of the
Robinson Vet Club, was given a
stag by the organization before
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J- B. Turners
Barber Shop
Expert Service
'70-72 Donald St.,
Hartford, Conn.
he deserts the folds of bachelor
ship on Nov. 16. Best wishes.
That if no one else howled
Halloween, there was one who
did, and that was none other
than Clem Vann. "Happy Birth
day" Clem.
That the Mystery Hayride
was most fine. It ended with
fun and eats at the Pioneer
Recreational Center, Ansonia,
Conn. Thanks to Mrs. Eleanor
Parks, chairman. We all en
joyed it.
A crowd of young people
were seen at the Senior Harvest
Dance, Friday night. It was
held at Leavenworth High
School.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Gil
liams and son, C. Lamonti of
Dickerman Street, New Haven,
Conn., spent the weekend here,
visiting relatives.
Seyeral of - our servicemen
were home last week, Earl Hun
ter and Fletcher Graves and
Melvin Wilder, a visiting bud
dy of Fletcher's.
Wedding bells will soon be
chiming for our friends, Nov.
16. How abouf it Lou Taylor
and Ellis Petty.
Mrs. Anna Lee of Vine St. is
recovering nicely after a short
Illness. She is a patient in the
Waterbury Hospital.
HUNTER'S
FINE LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS
A Huge Assortment of Wardrobe Cases, Week End Bags
Bill Folds, Brief Cases, Trunks, Gladstones
Leather Gift Items For All
Reasonable Prices
180 ASYLUM ST., next to E. M. Loew's Theatrs .
Hartford, Conn.
Orders Taken By Phone And Delivered
For The Latest In Records
See or Call
C. H. Johnson & Son Record Shop
Featuring Radios, Recorders, Combinations
All Electrical Appliances
Largest Selection of Religions Records in the State.
Phonographs Rented By The Day
Tel. 5-4143
326 Windsor St., Hartford, Conn.
DOINGS OF THE TEENS
(Cont. from Page 7)
will appear approximately De
cember 2. ,
PHYLLIS WHEATLEY
Remember the Thanksgiving
Dance will be on Thanksgiving
evening, November 28. The
admission will be $.85 single
and $1.25 couple.
Music will be by Clyde Board
and his orchestra.
SO THEY TELL ME
(Cont. from Page 7)
a contrast between the two ! . . .
. . . That the Phyllis Wheat
ley is planning a fine Thanks
giving dance with music by
Clyde Board . . . Strictly dres
sy!!!!.,. . . . That Dot Hester is kept
quite busy between, the Hart
ford boys, plus the Worcester
boys . . . Tell me Dot, what is
in Detroit or is it in Hartford?
. . . Look out now ...
MELODY LANE
(Cont. from Page 13)
young and happy-go-lucky chap
around the North-End, is anxi
ous to take up piano playing. I
asked him why the piano? He
replied, You have no thin' to
carry, and I stay so tired! O.K.
Mac.
The DeLoaehe Brothers, Wil
lie and Orace. have combined
with Coby Knight, Alto Sax and
Vocalist, to take over a spot
across the bridge, in East Hart
ford. Will let you know just
where next week. Pardon me
for yawning, so sleepy. Good
night and so long till next week.
BYE! (R.C.I.)
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118 WOOSTER STREET
Hartford, Conn. Tel. 7-5903
ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY TURKEY NOW
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Corn Meal 2 lb. pkg. 23c
Lard 1 lb. pkg. 45c
Rice 2 lb. pkg. fancy 43c
Milk 2 cans 25c
Orange Juice lg. can 49c
Yams 3 lbs. 25c
Potatoes pk. bag 49c
Apples
Mackintosh 2 lbs. 25c
Salt Pork 1 lb. 55c
Bacon 1 lb. 69c
Frankfurts 1 lb. 49c
Sirloin Steak 1 lb. 59c
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ULTS
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