Social Personal Fraternal Open Two-Day Fall Fair With 148 Attending Bridge Thirty-seven tables were in plaj' yesterday afternoon at the dessert- Jennings, Mrs. Fred Mowrey, Mrs. bridge held in St. Michael's parish ' Edna Umiauf, Mrs. Charles Vai r t. house in conjunction with the an- Mrs. Peter Quinn, Mrs. Louise nuaj fall fair of the Church Help- Racke, Mrs. Pctrine Swenson, Mrs. St. Michael's Episcopal] John Anderson, Mrs. George Chis- ivell, Mrs. Philander Norton. Mrs. Harry Glenn, Mrs. Norman Benson, Mrs. Arthur Young-. Mrs. Carl Peterson Mrs Charles Eiwell, Mrs. Leon Mayshaw, Mrs. Edwin Wells, Mrs. Charles Stancyck, Mrs. Chester Janicki. Mrs. Slan'ey Slomcen- ski. Mrs. Sophie Dziegelewski. Mrs. Carl Peterson, Mrs. Bertha Httband. Mrs. Bertha Stibcr. Mis. Harold Newman, Mrs. W. G. Kirby, Mrs. F. S. Lobdell, Mrs. Samuel Lyons, Mrs. Leroy Andrew, Mrs. Helen Magas, Mrs. Rose Flanigan, Mrs. Harry Dethlefsen, Mrs. Paul Smey. Miss Florence Palmer, Mr=j. R. N. Holdsworth, Mrs. M. S. Scott. Mrs. Clarence Fenniman, Mrs. L. N. Tomlinson, Mrs. W. J. Megin, Mrs. John Kazanjian, Mrs. Jennie Schmitz. Mrs. Marjorie Phillips, Mrs. William Roy. Mrs. Clayton Barley, Mrs. Carrie Smith, Mrs. Emmet Baxter, Mrs. Raymond Benson, Mrs. George Sengstacken, Mrs. Charles Messner. Mrs. Harold Lewis. Mrs. Ernest Weber. Mrs. Fred Mortensen. Mrs. ers of Church. The fair continues today, with many booths having been ereclod for the sale of various articles. This afternoon and early evening from 5:30 to 7 o'clock, the public is invited to attend a cafete: ia style church supper in the parish house. Among those attending the bridge were, Mrs. George Currier, Mrs. Raymond Kaiser. Mrs. Lyman Lamphere. Mrs. Timothy Cronin. Mrs. Charles Wurtenberg, Mrs William Spearrin. Mrs. M. E. Bron- stm, Mrs. James McKellan, Mrs. John Trowbridge, Miss Winnibel Schaffer, Mrs. Morris Rosenblatt. Mrs. Fannie Weiss. Mrs. Albert Xievman, Mrs. John McGroary. Mrs, James Lutze, Mrs. Howard Peet, Mrs. George Schlosser. Miss Myra Somers, Miss M= ly Somers, Miss Irene Foster, Miss Edith Foster, Mrs. George Wigglesworth. Mrs. Raymond Melbourne, Mrs. Nellie Lawton, Mrs. William Liitr. Mrs. Anthony Stien, Mrs. Joseph Monahan, Mrs. John Carroll. Mrs. Arnold Carlson, Mrs. Lyle Shnner, Mrs. Donald Umiauf, Mrs. Francis Zettiemoyer, Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Mrs. James Klssane. Mrs. Arvid Anderson, Mrs. Edward Lingenheld. Mrs. Martin Lynn. Mrs. Chester Bosworth, Mrs. Rob- «rt Houseknecbt, Mrs. Milton-Lent. Mrs. Fred Abeje, Mrs. Raymond Miss Foster's Shop Attractive. New BAGS for daytime and evening- 17 CARROLL COURT Tel. 4291 Surprise Bejrty Honors Qouple; Wed 22 Years Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monroe of Woostcr street, whose 22nd wedding anniversary was Nov. D, were honored at a surprise celebration party Wednesday night, at which time they were presented a purse. Mrs. Monroe is the former Alice Jezriack. They are the parents 1 of a son Jack. Mr. Monroe is president of the Pond Hill Community club,, An additional surprise was afforded when a friend of ihe Monroes from Detroit, Mich , James Byce, who was traveling in the state, visited the family and joined the party. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Antohny Posila, Mr. and Mrs. John Kolodziej, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Rheta M. Lave, Mrs. Francis Babbitt, Mrs. Mary Rybinski, Miss Helen Kurylak, Clifford Hotchkiss, Mrs. Monroe's 'ather, Martin Jeznach, Jack Monroe, Miss Ruth M. Babbitt and John Kolodziej, Jr. •^^•••iv^^^^^^Hi^l^HHMMMB^^HHHM^MHHMHMi Bridal Shower Guest Of Pjonor Jean Royle was guest of honor t a bridal shower held last night t the home of Mrs. Walter Holster, 145 Cherry street. Miss Royle vill be married tomorrow to Paul Liner of Millerton, N. Y. Attending were: Mrs. Fred Montrose. Mrs. W. F. Hoad- iey, Mrs. Mahlon Sears, Mrs. Harold Turnblom, Mrs. George Kazanjian. Mrs. Charles Howard, Mrs. Conrad Rohs, Mrs. Irving Cutting, Mrs. Ralph Fulton, Mrs. Allen Trask, Mrs. Chester Randall, Mrs Lester Opdyke. Mrs. Ralph Hoy, Mrs. Conrad Lindahl, Mrs. Matthew" Phelan, Mrs. C. Anderson, Miss Ingeborg Nelson, Mrs. Esther Axtell, Mrs. J. H. Rice, Mrs. Clara Hall, Mrs. Grace Fairbank, Mrs. Jesse Howell. Mrs. Harold Beecher, Mrs. Emil Kassner, Mrs. Edna Gladding, Mrs. Elsie Sacketh, Mrs. Max Leonhardt, Mrs. John Deegan, Mrs. Verne Grisamer, Miss Helen Whitlock, Mrs. Donald Fowler, Mrs. William Titley. Mrs. Carl Anderson. Mrs. John Harding, Mrs. Ronald Jones, Mrs. Donald Kirk, Mrs. Charles Kirk, Mrs. Harold Lutz, Mrs. Ernest Adkins, Mrs. Robert Sutherland, Mrs. William Ware, Mrs. Lester Keefer, Mrs. Robert Van Allen, Mrs. Bernard Raan, Mrs. Russell Weaving, Mrs. Walter Baker, Mrs. Lawrence Corcoran. Need a new Winter Coat? Come running. . . Juniors, ihtesies,: one of LORRAINE'S biggest ; coat sales this season SPECIAL PURCHASE OF HIT COATS Choose from hundreds; • Zip-Lined 3-Season Coats • Fitted Broadcloth Coats • Fleece "^rap-Around Goats • Young Belted Wool Coats • Camel and Wool Casuals • Covert Sheen Town Coats • Wool Tweed Sports Coats If not specially purchased, Lorraine's prices would be $35, to $39.95. $ 25 You save $10. to $14.95! All best selling styles in pure wool! Sizes for everybody! COATS . . . SECOND FLOOR Tour Dollar Buys More.a SOUTH MAIN STREET WATERBURY Personal- George O'Toole, Naupatuck, is on the committee arranging the dinner dance to be held in Carnevale,'s Colonnade!., Momaugjuin, Ea^t Haven, tomorrow by the Nu Collegiate chapter and the Connecticut Graduate chapter of Kappa Psi fraternity of the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. Marriage intentions have been filtd in the office of Waterbury's town clerk by Joseph J. Masaitis Munson road. Beacon Falls, am Helen Hamel, Waterbury; anc Irving Lieberman, 34 Ward street and Eleanor Sherman, Waterbury Mrs. Ralph Pasho was hostess at a dinner held recently at he home, 18 Park place, in honor of Mirs Alice E. Fragreau, Waterbury who will be married Nov. 19 to John H. Con-.vay. Waterbury. Dayton Palmer, former borougi resident, will speak on the sub jert, The Art of Conducting, at th Nov. 17 meeting of the Music de partment of the Naugatuck Worn an's club at the home of Mrs George iW. Carroll!, 57 Pleasan avenue at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McSherrj and Mr. and Mrs. O. F, Bente, a! of Naugatuck were overnigh guests recently at The King' Crown, Columbia university's Ho tel on the Campus. Canvassers, in charge of Herber Johnosn, who will participate in the Every Member Canvass of th Methodist church Sunday, will hole H dinner tomorrow evening at o'clock in the Methodist church hal Members of St. Michael's Fellow ship will meet Sunday afternoon a 5:45 o'clock at the parish house where they will proceed in a bodj to Christ church , Waterbury where they will be g-uests. A Gripes and Groans session wi] be held Monday night at a meetini of the Naugatuck Junior Woman' club at 8 o'clock in the America: Legion Home, 21 Cedar street. Al though members usually may invit guests to meetings, Mrs. M. Fran cis Feeley, president, requests onl- members be present Monday. Ernest Weyerman of Highlan avenue, a medical patient at St .Mary's hospital, Waterbury, has been given three blood transfu sions since he entered the hospita Jast week, and hia condition is re ported much improved today. A joint meeting of the Ladies auxiliary of the Montanari-Rado post. Italian-American veteran will be held with the post Tue day evening, Nov. 15" at 7:30 o'clock. All members arc request ed to attend. Marriage intentions have been flled in the office of Town Clerl Raymond J. St. John by Shirle- Elizabeth Bowers, 321 Hillside ave" nue, and Chester Parsons Isbell Jr., Hillside avenue, who will b married Nov. 26. Laura LaFlamm« celebrated ho 'third birthday Wednesday at ; party at her home on Aetm street. She received many gift: and refreshments wrrp served Those attending were: Linda Krair.pitz, Margaret Thomas Walter Krampitz, \VilIiam Benson William Stakum, Carlon Weeks. Ruth Miller. ' IT'S NO SECRET! EVERYONE KNOWS WHO HAS THE BEST VARIETY OF BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS HALLMARK — RUSTCRAFT Lower Prices Better Quality Your Year 'Round Dealer SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery STORE Buy Yours Now Future Bride Guest Of fjjfonor At Shower, T}ea A shower and tea was held recently at the home of Miss Bernice Neal in honor of Misa Genevievc „„.,..,„ William R £|:.'jeff, wno w "l t> e married Nov. ,insky,~Mrs. Louis Johnson, Mrs. 22 to James-Fenton. Miss Martha •lichael Patrick, Mrs. Jennie Hol- Ister, Mrs. Charles Horn, Mrs. Edvard Dufour, Mrs. Edward McEl- oy, Miss Mary Giershecki, Miss /ivian McElroy, Mrs. William Mc- lowan. Mrs. Maud Lockshire, Mrs. Har- Id Royle, Mary Lou Linskey. Mrs. Romeo Nigro. Sending gifts, but unable to attend were Mrs. Minnie Tenn, Mrs. Harold Larrawy and Mrs. J. F. Marques. VFW Auxiliary Accepts Four To Membership Four new members were accepted in the Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader post,. Veterans of Foreign wars, last night at a meeting held n the VFW Home, Rubber avenue, with Mrs. Franklin Behlman, president, in charge. The new members are Vivian Stauffer, Eunice Cook, Anna Jensen and Phyllis Barto. Plans were discussed- for the annual Christmas party for children of the borough, with Mrs. Victor Lemoine named chairman of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Katherine Radcliffe. Mrs. William Gerber is chairman of the next public card party, the date to. be announced later. I>ue to Thanksgiving there will be no other meetings this month. Beck poured. Others attending were: Mary O'Toole, Ruth Conway, Edna Schoeck, Elizabeth Neal, Grace Kazanjian, Jean Campbell, Marion Powers, Bessie Smith, Rosemary Smith. Mrs. Clark Johnson, "Mrs. La(- mont Kirk, Mrs. M'Jtro Pawchyk, Mrs. Victor Diemantis, Mir*. Robert BiLker, Mrs. Richard Rspieff, Mrs. Bernard Raap, Mrs. Roger Kelly, Mrs. Peter Volage, Mrs. Ralph Pasho, Mrs. Robert Suzzo, Mrs. Josepih Neal, Jr., Mns>. Gary <3orakian. Mrs. Ruth Matossian, Mrs. Alfred Bontempo. / Funeral PhUtp Zazednak Funeral services for Philip Zaz- ednak, 41, of 10 Adison street, Ansonia, an accountant at the U. S. Rubber Co., who died suddenly Wednesday afternoon of a heart attack, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the William Stapleton Funeral Home, 72 Howard avenue, Ansonia. Services will be at 2:30 o'clock in the Greek Orthodox Church, Ansonia, with burial in Pine Grove Cemetery, that city. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 3 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. of the auxiliary Paying her official visit to the auxiliary was Mrs. Margaret Peterson, district president, accompanied by Mrs. Althea McGuire, president of the Ladies' auxiliary of Arnama post, Waterville. Hostesses were Mrs. Elna House, Mrs. Gerber and Mrs. Arthur Holm. Bride-Elect Entertained Miss Jane Cole Cook. Hartford, who will be married tomorrow'to Atty. Ed-ward James Raftery, Maple street, has been rfonored at many recent showers and parties. Mrs. John M. Hickey, Hartford, who will be matron of honor, entertained at a miscellaneous shower, and Mrs. Daniel Patrizzi, Hartford, was hostess at a miscellaneous shower for the bride-elect and her associates at the Aetna Life Insurance Co. Miss Marlon Kelly, Hartford, gave a kitchen shower for Miss Cook, and Airs. F. Arthur Emmett, West Hartford, was hosttss at a cocktail party and buffet supiper. Mrs. Frederick F. Shurts, New London, a,n aunt of Miss Cook er .tertained at a. pantry shower. Mrs. Frank E. Cronan, Hartford, a cousin of Miss Cook, will be hostess tonight at a dinner for the bridal party. Schedule Second Chorus Rehearsal For Carol Service The second of four rehearsals of the combined choirs of Naugatuck Protestant churches, in preparation for the Christmas Carol Vesper service Dec. 11 will be held Sunday afternoon in the Congregational church parish house at 3 o'clock. Sixty persons attended the first rehearsal, under the direction of Jesse F. Davis. The program, to be presented in the Congregational church, will include three choruses from Handel's Messiah, And the Glory; Surely He Hath Borne Our Grief, and The Hallelujah Chorus. Mrs. Charles D. McCleary, organist, is assisting in the Naugatuck Council of Churches sponsored project. Kennedy Circle Names Hostesses Hostesses for the social hour, which will follow the business meeting of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, Tuesday night, were announced today by Mrs. Steven Kecskes, scribe. They are: Mrs. Alex Williams, Mrs Rose Beardsley, Mrs. Ludwina Rossi, Mrs. Helen Romanoff, Mrs. Jennie Gabianelli, Mrs. Elizabeth Mahoney and Mrs. Ann Oldakowski. Mrs. James Pettit, regent, will preside at the business meeting:, during which plans for future benefit events will be made. There also will be further discussion of plans to organize a Junior Circle. Bible Class Plans Christmas Party Plans for the annual Christmas party of the Fidelity Bible class of the Methodist church were discussed last night at a meeting of the group in the church hall, with Mrs. Joseph Gendron, president, in charge. The party will be held Dec. 8 at the American Brass Country club, with Mrs. Myrtie Donovan in charge of reservations. Twenty members of the class attended the meeting, at which hostesses were Mrs. Oliver Wallock, Mrs. Charles Bolton and Mrs. Nellie Lawton. Lorene Wynne Eng-ag-ed To Wed Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Lorene Frances Wynne, daughter of "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wynne. Beacon Falls, and James Frederick Cornwall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cornwall. New Haven. Miss Wynne i.« a graduate of St. Mary's hospital^ School of Nursing, and Mr. Cornwall, a student at the New England School of Radio •BroadeastSr/-, Bridgeport, .served with the Navy during the recent war. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sakokmckas and daughter, Mary Ann, of 11 Lynn Circle, will leave tomorrow to spend the weekend with relatives in Pittston, Pa. , Thursday Evening- Salem Club Scores High scores In the Thursday evening Salem club bridge tournament, in which the second match was played last night, are as follows: North and south, Mrs. Martin Lynn and Mrs. Edmund Hess, 89 1-2; Mrs. James Klsuanc and Mrs Irving Cutting, 67; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fowler, 65. East and west, Mrs. Seymour Squires and Mrs. Ralph Fulton, 70; Norris Follett and W. F. Wlther- wax; 68; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butcher, 65 1-2. Official standings: Mrs. Cutting and Mrs. Kissane, 135; Mr. and Mrs. James Nies and Mr. and Mrs. Fowler, tied, 131; Mrs. Hess and Mrs Lynn, 127. It's Brand New In Naug-atuck!!! J&J Telephone Answering- Service Now available to businessmen, professional men and individuals in Naugatuck and' Beacon' Palls. An ideal service at low cost to protect the interests of persona who must be available during normal business hours or who serve the public on a 24-ho,ur basis. Mrs. Jane Clark 4 Oak Street Telephone SODS or 6673 for full details of business hours or 24- hour telephone answering service-for those without an office staff or who are absent from their business' places at periods during the day. DR. HAROLD E. DAVIDS Optometrist Announces Friday Evening Office Hours 6:30 to 8:30 In Addition to Regular 9 to 5:30 Daily Hours OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT—CALL 6178 EXAMINATION OF THE EYES — VISUAL TRAINING REGINA LAUDIS PRIORY O.S.B. Presents DR. WILLIAM WALTON professor of Philosophy, Yale University Subject "The Significance of Contemporary Atheism" SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1949 Wilby Auditorium — 8:15 O'clock Subscription $2.00 TICKETS ON SALE AT: McEvoy's 51 West Main St. Wthy. Travel Agency 30 West Main St. Catholic Lending Library, SB Church St. Farrington'k 141 West Main St. Luddy Bros. Brown Bldg. McCoy's 158 Grand St. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, NOV. II. 1949—PAGE S How To Play CANASTA By WILLIAM E. McKENNEY America's Card Authority ARTICLE NO. 5 IMPROPER PLAY BRINGS PENALTIES .Certain irregularities in Canasta call for point penalties. . These penalties, which are given below, are deducted from your score towards game at the end of the hand. For example, if your score Is 1550 points, and you commit an irregularity that calls for a 103- point penalty, it does not mean that your score is immediately reduced 'o 1450 points for determining your minimum meld requirement POINT PENALTIES Irregular draw 50 points Drawing out of turn JQO points Adding an irregular draw to your hand An additional 100 points Failure to go out after receiving permission from partner 100 points Melding out of turn 100 points Attempting to take discard pile out of turn. 100 points IRREGULARITIES: The generally accepted rules of bridge and other card games regulate the irregularities in deals. When a player draws .too manv cards, this error is rectified by discarding without drawing at each turn until his hand is correct. If a player discards without drawing, he cannot pick up his discard, but he can be required to lake the top card of the stock pile. When a player exposes one or more cards from his hand, except to make a legal meld, all of the exposed cards must be left face up on the table and discarded one at a time in successive turns. However, the player may use any of theae exposed cards to form melds or to take the pack. If, for the initial meld for his side, a player shows less than the required count, he must validate his meld if possible with additional cards. If he cannot do so or not do so before discarding, all the ' cards he has exposed from his hand are treated as exposed cards. If he has incorrectly taken the discard, he must restore it to the pile before making his own discard from his- exposed cards. If a player makes a meld Including more than three wild cards, or attempts to add a wild card to _a meld already containing three cards (other than a completed Canasta), he must, if possible, tify the error. He does this by putting the exposed wild card with another meld. If he is unable to rectify the error, the surplus wild card (or cards) improperly played is treated as an exposed card. If a player is dealt or draws a Judge William J. Shea presided red trey and fails to declare it be- Beacon Falls Man Foreman Of Jury A jury of seven men and five women, headi—• by William J. Lee, Sr.. Beacon Falls, foreman, yesterday returned a verdict for the Hotel Elton, Waterbury, defendant in a $25,000 civil suit brought in Waterbury Superior Court by Kenneth F. Berkley, Kent, administrator for the estate of his wife, the late Marie F. Beckley. Mrs .Beckley died Nov. 26, 1948, allegedly of injuries sustained in a fall at the hotel Oct. 13, 1948. The complaint filed by Beckley stated his wife tripped in the corridor leading to the King's Kitchen. video he has had at least one turn to play), his side is penalized SCO points. If he has not had at least one turn to play and the other side goes out, the red treys in his hand are scored as a minus value of 100 points. The 500-point penalty doc.i not apply. COMPENSATION William J. Davies, 37 Quinn street, will receive payments of $32 weekly, beginning July 25 for a back injury sustained in the employ of B. H. Spinney, Springfield. Mass., according to an agreement approved yesterday toy Workman's Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasow. CANASTA • Playing: Cards • • Score Pads • • Deluxe Kits • SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE over the week-long trial. fore the play of the deal ends (pro- Pull Line of Fresh BakeiM* Every Sunrise BANANA CREAM PIES BANANA FILLED COFFEE CAKES ECLAIRS BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. M78 Open Dally 6:!W A. M. to 6 P. M. kSniONS I yon YOUNG WATEBBUBV I 90 SOUTH MAIN ST., WATERBURY ARMISTICE DAY BUYS! FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY PEA COATS FOR BOYS $7 70 f K*r. $8.98 Regulation navy melton, fully lined, in 100% red virgin wool. Storm tab at neck. Vent back and slash pockets. SIZES 6, 8, 10 SIZES 12, 14, 16 |8.70 GIRLS' HOODED PEA COATS BEG. SIZES 6 TO 14 Sturdy and warm, navy regulation melton with red plaid lining . . . detachable hood. TEEN SIZES 10 to 16 $10.70 BOYS' WARM-UP JACKETS Heavy weight »now cloth—fully lined. Brown, green and navy with piped contrasting sleeves Sizes 6 to 20 BOYS' AND GIRLS' SOCKS LeRoi and Phoenix brands All colors and sizes. BOYS' TWEEDUROY SLACKS Hockmeyer corduroy cravenetted for rough weather. Brown Trey Sizes 6 to 12. $6.98 $7.98 VALUE 3 " 74c VALUES TO 49c pr. $4.94 S5.98 VALUE BOYS' and GIRLS' OXFORDS and LOAFERS $3.85 Special Group of Incomplete sizes. Sixes 8V£ to 13 and 1 to 0. VALUE TO J6.38 GIRLS' DRESSES $2.99 VALUES TO M.D8 ENGELMAN'S 90 SOUTH MAIN ST. Sizes 3 to 14. Famous "Cinderella," "Handee," "Love" and "Rainbow brands.
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