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Personal—So cial—Fraternal Harold Woodfields Mark 40th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woodlleld celebrated their 40th wedding- an- nlverrary Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woodfleld. Jr.. in Millville The couple waai married Nov. 4, 1909 by the Rev. Charles Pardee. and have resided In Naugntuck since their marrlag-c. They arc the iparcnts of five sons, Harold, Donald James, Kenneth and Robert, and two daughters, Mrs. LOU!K Luskay and Mrs. Peter Becker. They also have six grandchildren. The table at the party was due- orated in a color scheme of white and silver, with a large cake for the centerpiece. The fioral arrangements were of bronze chrysanthemums. The guests, of honor were presented many gifts, and iMrs. Woodfleld was the recipient of a corsage. Mr. Woodfleld has been an employe of the Naugatuck Chemical for many yerrs. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bristol, Mr. nnd Mrs. Elvin Heavens, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Koebor, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Heavens, Mr. and Mrs. George Vincent, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Boise, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. James Woodfield. Air and Mrs. Louis Luskay, Mr. and Mrs James Heavens, Mrs Alice Weber, Mrs. Annie Sargeant Mrs Amy Bott. Mrs. Freeman Thurston Donald Woodfleld. Clarence Heavens, Kenneth Wondfield Robert Woodfleld. Joy Heavens,' Donald Woodfleld, Jr., Harry James Woodfleld, Beth Vincent, Linda Woodfleld. Christina Vincent and Carol Becker. Mr. and Mrs Gordon CoWloi, Wcodhury; Mr and Mrs. Harold Bott. and Elsie Bott, Seymour-Jr. and Mra. Vincent Culotta. An- sonla Mr. and Mrs Tracy Heavens, Putnam. Residents At Football Game, Party Saturday A group of present and former Naugatuck residents attended tho Columbia-Dartmouth football game at Baker Field. New- York city, last Saturday Prior to the game the group hold a luncheon party at Columbia's own King's Crown Hotel on the college campus. Party favors followed the football theme and featured Dartmouth and Columbia colors. Among those attending the annual get-to-gether were: Mr. and iMru. Frank J. Fitzgerald, Mr and Mrs. Oscar Benlc. Ralph Baylor, William Neary, Edward J, Leai-y, Steve Sturdevant, Hugh McSherry, Howard Bggly, Willard Bittle, Joseph Do Hi|.ipolyt!s, George Lecp- er, Martin Garrick, Edward Foss- bcnder, T. Rex Hchrmarj, Phil Arras, Miss Norn-Lee Walters, Mr. and Mrs. James Van Twisk, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sweet and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arnold. The latter two couple are former Dunn avenue couples. Halloween Party Held Recently At Andrew Daly Home A Halloween party was held recently at the home of Mr and Mrs. Andrew Daly, Beebe street, for their daughter, Maryanne Prizes were awarded for the various costumes. Games were played and refreshments served. Among those attending were- Katherine Duffy, j ud y Andrea Marguerite Waite, Lois Veillette. Oiane Salanardi, Patricia Quinn Elaine Murphy, Jane Quint, Kar- ent Pettit. Mary Ellen Ash. Linda Andrea. Francis Farrar, Linda X a j°"V ( . K ? t £ 1 «*n Paly, .Richard Cignotti. John Caster. John Reas-an. Frank Monahan, Thomas ^ on . n , c "y- Fred Daly, Raymond Dinkle. Thomas .Bddy of Watertown. • ..•• ' • -, ••- Teachers of the Prospect street school will be in their classrooms tomorrow evening .from 7 to 9 o clock in observance;- of. Educa- tjon Week. They : will discuss lems concerning children. IT'S NO SECRET! EVERYONE KNOWS WHO HAS THE BEST VARIETY OF BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS HALLMARK — RCSTCRAFT Lower Prices Better Quality Your Year 'Round Dealer SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery STORE Buy Yours Now To Attend Two Installations Members of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, desiring to attend installation ceremonies in Danbury, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, are requested to telephone Mrs. Conleth Kiernan, 5237. Those who plan to attend installation ceremonies in Bristol Monday night, at 0 o'clock, .-ire asked to call Mrs. Oliver Lorson, 5719. Deadline for reservations for both events is Thursday nig-ht. Mrs. James Pettit, regent, will preside at the next meeting- of the local circle, Tuesday nigh* at 8 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus hall. Junior Clubwomen Attend Neighbors Nig-ht In Bristol Eight members of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's club altended a Neighbors Night program held last evening at a meeting of the Bristol Junior Women's club at the American Legion Home, Bristol. The delegation was headed by Mrs. M. Francis Feeley, president, and included Mrs. Edward KCHBOH Mrs. Paul O'Brien, Mrs. 'Edwin Melbourne, Jr., Miss Arlene Sullivan. Miss Marldn Traficanti. Miss Marie Mairello and Mrs. Ernest Erickson. Guest speaker was Mary Lane of Sperry & Barnes Co., who explained the method of serving meat attractively and also distributed menus. One of the meat dishes displayed was awarded Mrs. Melbourne. Woman's Club Hears Violinist A musical program was presented yesterday afternoon by David W. Brown, violinist, to 75 members of the Naufjatuck Woman'a club in St. Michael's parish house. Mr. Brown and his accompanist, Lee Howard, were Introduced by Mrs. Albert Holmberg, program chairman. The organist and choir- director of St. Michael's Episcopal church, offered the following program: Sonatina in A minor by Schubert; Sonata in G major by Joseph Gibbs; Partita in D minor by Each; Sonata in E by Hindemlth. Mr. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of Church street, also plays the cello and piano. A brief business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Armstrong Durr, president, during which she reported on the recent convention held in Torrington by the Connecticut State Federation of Women's clubs. Mrs. Charles Andersen, executive secretary of the Naugatuck Red Cross Chapter, and Miss Joan B. Kellogg, Chapter home service seo retary, attended the annual meeting of the Connecticut Conference of Social Work, held in Bridgeport recently. DON'T LET MOTHER Skate Out To The Clothes Reel This Winter She may break a leg or arm or have pneumonia. Buy Her A Hamilton Clothes Dryer The Dryer that puts fresh air and sunshine in your clothes. FREE TRIAL and EASY TERMS « OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS « CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATERBCRY BOAD, WATERTOWN, J-IIONE 275 Members Tour Footwear Plant Sixly-four members of the U. Girln' club were conducted on tour of the U. S. Rubber Co. footwear plant last night. A regular meeting was held with President Molly La Vorgna in charge, after which tho grout, retired to Inn pinnt cafeteria where a buffet nup- pcr was* nerved, Tho tour slat-led in tho Waterproof Mill, proceeded (o (he Cutling, Style Gaiter and Pricking <!<:- parlmcntH. After a brief pause, the visitors wei-e shown the Fltlin;,', Molting and Sponge departments (if the Fabric Shoe Mill. Guides for the tour were: 15. T. McGralh, T. J. Dillon. Robert Derry. John Jonness, Warren Hess, John Doran Harold Almquist,' George Zonns and George O'Nell. Members attending were: Helen /(chison, Theresa Arcjuavia, Vivian Baroni. Patricia Brennan, Gene- vicvo Buracxewskl, Dorothy Connelly, Jane Crosby, Marjorle' Dlllnn, Mary Donavon, Helen Dunn, Aldonia Fainer Jean Forbes, Betty GabanJ, Madelyn Galvin. Evelyn Garden!, Teresa Gianelll, Gerry Glynn, Nancy Gniazdowski, Mii- dred Goggin, Shirley Grant, Jane Grappong, Mary Grickis, Barbara Griffin. Helen Hadficld. Lois Hale, Mary Heffernan, Hcdy Hrykewlc/,, Stella Hylwa, Edna Kelly, Molly La Vorgna, Irene Loman, Evelyn Luctters, Lorelta Mangine, Rosemarie Mangini Rose MiiHtroslmone, Grace Mallei, Ann McGowan, Mar'garet Moore, Ann Moran. Ix>retta Murphy, Olgu Natnllzio, Evelyn Nelson, Ramona Novak, Margaret North, Alice O'Brien, Mary O'Connor, Culiu Pilkewich, Marie Pesanelli, Ann Raklch, Mary Keilly, Carmolla Rio, Jean Roberts, Madelyn Sarkes, Teresa Schiller, Lois Smith, Sylvia Smith, Dorolhy SOUHII, Theresa Stepnoski, Wanda Voycik, Frances Zappulla, Eleanor Zbikowskl Nellie Zenick, Ruth Reynolds, Margaret Gillette. Entertain At Party Recently Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hroch, Jr., enterlained recently at their home on New Haven road, in honor of Miss Dorothrea Hroch and Sal Bazzano, who will be married Thanksgiving morning at 10 o'clock in St Francis 1 church. Both were presented a gift. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ethier, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Azzara, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mariano, Patricia Hackett and Thomas Clisham, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Magone, the host and hostess, and the honored guests. Invitations Issued For Wedding Invitations have been issued to the wedding of Mlns Dorothrea Hroch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hroch of Marjorle street, and Sal Bazzano of High street, which will take place, Thursday morning, Nov. 2-1, at I o'clock in HI. Francis' church. The Rev. George Dunn will officiate, nnd the reception will be held at the Uri-Uif-Lrfitch Inn. Mlddlcbury. Minn Jackie UresHlor of Wtiler- bury will KervR HH muld of honor, and the bride-clout's sister-in-law, Mrs. F. J. Hroch, Jr,, will be matron of honor. Lois Hroch and Doris Ren 2 of Long Island, Betty Mariano of Naugatitclc and Patricia Hackett of. Beacon Falls, will be bridesmaids. Julie Noonan will be flower girl and Jerry Noonan ring bearer. Mr. Hroch, Jr., brother of the bride-elect, will be best man. Ushers will be Robert Jones, Felix Nardetlo, Richard Painter, Thomiw Clisham and Charles DeCario, ul'l of Naugntuck. Mrs. Leonhardt Named District VFW Auxiliary Treasurer Mrs. Max Leonhardt. was elected treasurer of the Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary of District No. 2 at a meeting held Sunday. ^At a meeting of the Ladles' anx- iiinry of Crusader po.sl, VFW, Thursday evening at 8:1!i o'-lock' in tho VFW Home, Rubber avenue, Mrs. Margaret Peterson of New Haven, district, president, will make her official visit. Mrs. Franklin Bchlman president, will be in charge of the meeting, during which reports will be presented on the recent card parly; department and district meetings. A meeting of tho New Haven County council auxiliary will bo held Sunday, Nov. 13, in Meriden. A memorial service will be held for deceased members of the council. AMERICAN WEDS DUKE'S DAUGHTER FUNERALS Personal- A meeting of the executive board of the Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women will be held tonight at o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ber- Miss Frances Cud- will be in charge, nard Sullivan. dy, president. _ K .. : and requests all members to attend. Mrs. Amy Bott of Beacon Valley road leaves Friday for Miami Beach, Fla., for several weeks. She accompanied by Mrs. of Wal.erbury, resident. Kunkel-Fairchild Nuptials Nov. 26 Mr.j. Mildred Fairchild, 95 Gorman street announces the coming marriage of her daughter, Erma May, to Paul Robert Kunkcl, son of Mrs. Mary Pitcher, 19 Phoenix avenue, and the late Max Kunkel. They will be married Nov. 26 at noon in the Congregational church. Both are employes of the Naugatuck Glass Co. Marriage intentions have been tiled In the olllce of the Waterbury town clerk by William J. Triano, 40 Carroll street, and Elizabeth Mary Dileo, Waterbury. 1 will be Martha Ranslow former Naugatuck There will be no meeting of Girl Scout troop, No. 34, Friday afternoon in St. Michael's parish house, due to Armistice Day. Eyanson Guest Of Rotary Club Charles L. Eyanson, president of the Naugatuck Valley Induslrinl Council, will discuss activities of the organlzaton tomorrow noon at the regular weekly luncheon meet- Ing of the Naugat.uck Rotary club at 12:15 o'clock in the YMCA. Daniel F. I^eary | Funeral services for Daniel F. | Lcary, 08, of 29 Lewis strteet, a re- high Mass of requiem will be ci cisi ..( o Churr.h wl Church, with i 0.. -r 1 f '< = burial in St. , . James' Cemetery Friends may call noon nnd evening from 2 to 0 and 7 to ID o'clock. Anna C. Nordstrom The funeral of Miss Anna Chris- ™ ' ' r. Monsees acting as noble rand and Alney Trask as chaplain. DOBM MEETING ------- — « t ,iv;i«.u %_,uuit:a win orn- The YMCA dormitory committee elate and burial will be in Wash- w '" meet tomorrow evening at 7'30 IT! ft An I r^riTH-i \ /"•*., ____ /~i _____ j n' nltif, 1. _ i. j.i f-r- __ . ' lina Nordstrom, street, who died at her home afti will be held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Homo, 201 Meadow street. The Rev. Donald L. Kent, minister of Salem Lutheran Church will offi- mglon (Conn.) Green Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening- from 7 to U o'clock. Mrs. Christine Anderson _ Funeral services tor Mrs. Christine (Olson) Anderson, 81, of 125 Park avenue, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home 201 Meadow street, with the Rev. Harry J. Ekstam, pastor of Hillside Congregational Church officiating Burial will be In Grove Cemetery Friends may call at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. KKST A WPOBTAMT BTBWT! Them All *L5?i<in L.81-. .Wtby. or Plion. i-8«8l 3ANTOS GENERAL REPAIRS Radiators, Batteries Washing Miu-hines, Bnhy Currlagea nieyr.lnH. Soldering LAWN MOWKBS 8IIARl'3£7»7Cn 4CO Rnbber Are. Phone 6377 =NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON : A tie* Ja/t Cnat'm —• styled by Mr. Norman Consultation with Mr. Norman without charge This style wjis featured by Mr. Norman at Ilio Hold 8tallfi- in Buffalo, N. Y. This short, lovely "Houd-Hugging" hairdo will win tho admiration of nil your friends. Open Mon. Thru Sat. 9 A. M. 1o fi P. M. Friday Nib is Till 9 P. M. PHONE 5522 NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON 87 MAPLE ST.- Sninnel J. Clark The funeral of Samuel J. G. of 143 Hill stree o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home, 2D1 Meadow street. The Rev. WInfred B. Langhorst, rector of St. Michael's Episcopal Church of- Cemelery. Bearers were George L Pucker, William Lulu, Glaus Mon- secs 0 "and Albert Mm, all members of Centennial Lodge. Last evening at the funeral home, members of the lodge performed the Odd Fel- NAUGATPCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, NOV. 8. 104»—PAGE 3 How To Play CANASTA CANAHTA'S TRULY "WIl-IT 1 GAME By WIlXIAWt K. McKKNNJCY America's Card Authority .. HOW TO PLAY CANASTA: 2 MKLD1NG, ANB FORMtNG CANASTAS The principal features of the new game of Canasta are the melding and the forming of Canaslas. Your melds and your partner's are combined, and ono of you kcepa all of them. You can add one or more carda to Ihe melds of your own side, but not to those of your opponents. Tho curUa BCOCO for you if you mold them; ngalnsl you If Ihcy are »U|] in your hand when a player goes out. The card values are: joker, 50; aces and deuces, 20 each; king down to the 8-spot, 10 each; 7 down to the black 3, 5 each; red three's have a special value of their own. Tho first or initial meld by you or your partner 'jnust be worth at least BO points. After your score reaches 1SOO, this minimum goes up to 00. At the 3000-polnt mark it BOCH up to 120 (game is 6000). After either partner has made legal initial meld as explained above, either partner may meld by adding one or more cards to a previous meld made by his side or by making any other meld of three cards or mor.e You meld your cards by placing them face up on the table for scoring. Each mold must include at least two natural cards. You cannot put down one 8 and a deuce and a joker. You can put down two 8'a and cither a deuce or a joker, and call it three 8's. As a matter of fact, you can meld two 8'a and three wild cards and thus have five 8's; but to complete a Canasta, you must have at least four natural cards and not more uhan three wild cards. A Canasta, consists of seven of a kind. You do not have to hold your cards up unlil you get seven of a kind In order to score Ihe bonus for a Canasta. You can start off by putting down, let us say, riles for Mr. Clark, two aces and one wild card (no meld can be made with less than two natural cards). After the first meld you and your partner can add to those aces. Your meld remains spread out on the table until the seventh card is added, which now forms the Canasta. When a meld is made that completes a Canasta, the Canasta should be gathered together. Before it is closed up, anyone has the right to ' examine it to make sure that it is a Canasta. After that, it should not be examined by anyone. If it is a natural Canasta (one in which no wild cards are used), you place o'clock at the Y. Chairman thur Anderson will preside. Ar- EARI/IT PIPE JJNE Canton — The Chinese probably first used gas for lighting by piping natural gas from salt mines, through bamboo tubes. a red card on top. If ii is a Ca- nastu made up of four or more natural cards and the balance wild cards, it !.s -gathered together and a black curd placed on top. If a Canasta is made up of four red sixes, for example, and three wild cards, place a led six crosswise on top. Thon, when th,. first black six Is discarded, exchange it for your red six. After a Canasta has been formed you may add to it. Slide the added' cards to the bottom of your Cu- nuHtn. Added card« do not'Increase the bonus for the Canasta, but merely add points for the added curds. A natural five-spot would add Hvo points, while njciker would Increase the value by 00 points Be careful not to add a wild card to u natural C;..na 8 ta, b.-oaime if you do, you now have a mixed <"i- IV 1 "™" nd you w111 bc «ntiUcd 'to fiOOn , , P °K nt bonu "' but not tho GOO-point bonus. IMI01IATK . KSTATH Kdwar.l I'. WHKK1CAS. ;,|>uHr:,tl,)!i ),;,„ , mail... t<. this Court (,.,. „, rmmsio u I eeruiln ri-al i.»uit« liv!on K |, IK ,„, nic m'.r., mild estate, ax aliiiiicKtion fully Hiipcni-H. It |K OKUKHKJJ. that th«' forf-Koinr l« heard and OVti-nnltu-Tl at thi- lTt.li.it" Office In N'miKAtuck on tin- inth <lay <>( November, J!H!i. .-it 2 oVkn-k in tint afternoon nnd the Court dircctw mild administratrix to Klve notice to all persons Interested In .said estate t" appear, if thoy KOO cause, and he heard thereon, by publinhhiK thiH ordt-r ] iinie In a newHinipcr havliiK :i firi-iilatlon In KBicl District, aim by HMivlnis with or mailing In lettorK, posting prepaid, from Nan Ka luck, a copy o( thi« ord«?r In rill partifH Snti-r<-M<'(3 and r^Kldinft \vilhoiit thf I'rohat.' ni.*<trk-t of .Vatijt.i- timk. all un or before the Stli dav of NoxVmbi'r A.IT. 1IM9. arid return tmko to the Court nl notion given. Att<»Kt. ANN N. UNDICRHII.T,. Miss Foster's Shop Attractive New BAGS for daytime and evening 17 CARROLL, COURT Tel. 4291 CAESAR KEZYKOWSKl Fainter — Decorator 19 BRENNAN ST. TEL. 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