Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 14, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, November 14, 1949
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f Social gab—^^^^^^.^^^^ ^^^^^»^ Pee/rl A/dkins Guest Speaker Here Wednesday Miss Pearl Adkins will discuss the operation of Southbury Train- Ing school Wednesday afternoon at the regular monthly meeting of St. Michael's branch of the Woman's auxiliary in the parish house. The afternoon's activities will open with a covered-dish luncheon at 1 o'clock. During the business meeting, •a-hich will he conducted by Mrs. Is'orris M. Follett, president, delegates will be chosen for the clio- ccsan convention to be held Friday 3i Christ Church Cathedral, Harfford. Mrs. George Follelt will report on the United Thank Offering, and Mrs. J. W. Briprgs will describe the contents of missionary boxea to be sent this week to St. Paul's Mission, Amherst, Va., and early in ia50 to Puerto Rico and South Carolina. Mrs. George Barwick is chairman of the hospitality committee in charge of the luncheon. Personal Fraternal Marlor-Rietdyke Wedding Nov. 26 Miss Ann Christine Rietdyke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rittdyke, Waterbury. and Charles S. L .Marlor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Marlor. Woodbury, former Naugatuck residents, will be married Saturday afternoon, Nov. 26 at 4:30 o'clock In the Bunker Hill Congregational church, Watcr- buyr. A reception will follow in the Copper Kettle. Miss Eileen Pedersen will nerve as maid of honor, and bridesmaids will be Miss Ann Dunphy and Miss Kay Farrington. James Marlor will serve as his brother's best man, and another brother, Atty. Henry S. Marlor. Jr., Naugatuck, and Charles Rietlyke. Jr.. brother of the prospective bride, wifl serve as ushers. Miss Rietdyke is a graduate of Wilby High school, Waterbury. Mr. Marlor graduated from Cheshire academy and served with the Marine Corps during the war. He Is an employe of the U. S. Rubber Co.. of which his father is vice- president. Headquarters for . E-Z ITNDERWEAE for Children and OTIS UNDERWEAR for Men , " " i* ... • *\ ' .. Briefs - Mid-thigh — Boxers Light and Winter Weights EMBRUSKI >'ORTH MAIN ST. TKI, 3807 Open Thurs. and Frl. Till 9 IT'S LATE! Order Your PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS TODAY! Plenty To Choose From Your Card Dealer SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery STORE Plains Complete, For E*v<>fngeline Circle Fair Arrangements have been completed for the annual Jfall fair of Evfengelinc Circle of the Salem Lutheran Church to be held Thursday in the church hall. The fair will open at. noon, nn-.l coffee will be served In the afternoon. A fried checken supper will be served beginning at 5 o'clock. Mrs. Robert Anderson is chaiv- nian of the supper commitlec, an-J Mrs. Elmer Sanford is chairman of the dining room, committee. No tickets for the supper will be sold ~t the door. Mrs. Wallace Johnson, geni!r;il c-hairman of the fair, reports various attractively decorated boolhs will be set up, and will be in charge of the following: Aprons, Mrs. Anthony Lupo, Vivj- cn Anderson, Agnes Anderson; handkerchiefs, Mrs. Conrad Robs, Freda Peterson; food, Mrs. Kric Anderson, Mrs. Joel Anderson, snacks, Mrs. Norman Sears, Mru. Wallace Nelson. Miscellaneous, Mrs. Gustavo Johnson, Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Edward Gerber; jewelry, Paulina Pearson Mrs. Andrew Anderson, .Ebba Lorentzson; stationery, Ethel Salmonson, Mrs. Raymond Carlson, mien Anderson; novelties, MM, Hilding Olson, Mrs. Harold Peterson. Mrs. Ernest Englund, Florence Anderson, Mrs. Wallace Johnson. There also will be a favorite real- pes booth. Page-Miller Wedding Held Shirley Mae Mlllor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Miller, 61 Aetna street, and James Charles Page, son of Mrs. Grace Page, Granby, were married Satutrday afternoon in the Methodist church, with the Rev, Matthew H. Gates officiating. Mr. and Mr&. Frank Page, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, attended the couple. The bride was attired in a turquoise dress with black accessories and corsage of white camellias, and her matron of honor wore an orchid dress, black accessories and corsage of pink carnations. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will reside in Granby. Several At Leg-ion Women's Card Party - Several members and guests of the Ladies" auxiliary of Nauga- fuck American Legion post, No. 17, attended a card party held recently in the Legion Home, Cedar street. Miss Anna Noldc was chairman of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Albert Robinson, Miss Gertrude Ocmcke, Mrs. Margaret. Maxwell. Among those attending wcro: Mrs. John Clark, Mrs. Thomas Lynch, Mrs. Joseph Murtha, Mrs. W. H. O'Donnell , Mrs. Burton Noble, Mrs. Charles Welch, Miss Oemckc, Frances Brazil:!, Dorothy Broder. Mias Noldu, Mrs. Jeremiah Dunn. Mrs. Edward Ash, Mrs. John Parkinson, Mrs. Carl Olson, Mrs. Mary Yacius, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Ward Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ocmcke. Mrs. Raymond Ericson, Mrs. Her- scl Neal, Mrs. Agnes Cullinane, Mrs. Henry Baglay, Mrs. Robert RuBsott, Mrs. Walter Phillips, Mrs. Olga Kozak, Mrs. Raymond Foley, Mary Braxis, Rutli Conway, Eva Warren. Margaret Maroney, Mrs. Albert Kills, Mrs. Evald Johnson, Mrs. Thomas Broder, Mrs. Maxwell. A meeting of the auxiliary will be. hold WciJncnday evening at ,'j o'clock, with MIHM Krodi.-r, president, In charge. A report on tliii card party will be given, and Miss Ocmcke, rehabilitation chairman will receive gifts for (.ho Christmas' gift shops at Now.ington and Rocky Hill hospitals. Playing cards would be suitable as gifts. Those desiring to make donations nro requested to> telephone Mls.s Ocmt-ke 2-178 for information. Members also are reminded that coupons will be acceptable and are to be given Mrs. Michael Norrls to assist in the child welfare program. Check Trouble Before You're Checked! Are You Ready For That Fall Trip? Let us change that oil to a lighter grade; check grease in transmission and rear end, drain and flush radiator and take care of other needs in preparation for Fall motoring. . CHUCK'S Union City — Tel. 4955 631 NORTH MAIN STREET Wed Saturday Hill biMiiitmi's I'hnto Mr. and Mrs. Jann.-s Charles I'agi; shown cutting' n. bridal ™l<n following tlu-ir wedding Huturday uftrrnmin In tin- Mrthodl»t church. Mrst. I'agu is the former Shirley Mu<! Miller, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Frank A. Miller of Aetna xlrv.ul. Mr. I'nge m the SDH of Mrs. Grace J'ugo »f Granby, when: (lie eouple will reside. Aid Society Plans Rummage Sale Friday The annual fall rummage sale, sponsored by the Aid society of the Congregational church, will beheld Friday, from !J to 1 o'clock in the .parish house. Mrs. Arthur Amlorson io urn'vin^ ;I.H -gene.rnl rhalrmnn, assiHted by Mr). Glenn Noble, Mrs. John Sutherland. Mr.i. William Chltlnnden, Mrs. Willis Mi-rrill. Mrs. I'l.'iil n.-ir- nurn, Mrs. Andrew Wal.son, Mrs. .Donald MrCollum. Mrs. Ciirllun Bristol, Mrs. Conrad Ham, -Mrs. Leroy Howard, Mr.-;. Ho\\';ird Bristol, Mrs. W. J. Mtigln, Mrs. Conrad I.inrlahl nnd Mrs. lloberl Form. McmberH of Ihn oiingregn.tlon and friends .-i re invited lo semi their ixmtrihulinns lo th'> parish hontu; Thurfulny ni^ht, t>r cull a member of (hi- connniltea if they have an item (hey ar c unablo to doliver. Demonstration At Recent Meeting 1 Mm. Howard K.-ime/xd demonstrated and explained how to mnke sewing easy at a recent meeting of the JVmrf-ricari Home di|'.'(,- menl i,r tin; Naugahiek Wnm.-in'ii club held a I. the home nf Mrs. Robert. Ki.-nn, North Church street, wilh 21 iiiernbcrH attending. Mra. Stuart IJoyd, chnlrmon, was In clia.rg|i of (in: meetlni.', Juui was Mrs. K.-imer/.el ilirmonstratud the UKC of vfirlous Mowing .rnciohinc at- Ing of lnex|«:ni:lvi! Chrlstmaji pren- lints and nuvelt ie^, M-R Auxiliary Dance Saturday Thc> Ijiulhts' auxil.iary of Montan- ari-Knrlo 1'uwl will hold it.f annual HnrvcHt H<ip fiftlin-diiy night, Nov. -(>, in the new Cristoforo Colombo hall. South IVItiin street, with an attendance of SOO expected. Arrangemenls arc tn charge of Ijillian Gargonia. auxiliary president, aiiHhited by Antoinette Zuc- can-lll, Mary P'leliuln, Jonnlo Nar- rlelln, Jay T.-ingri'dl, .loncphlno Kimmcli, Jennie Fny.xltio and An- geliiu! Cariello. Bethany Society Plans Clothing- Sale 'I'lic I/ndie.s-' AJ,| Hoelfly ,,f Uie lic-lhany Coiigri-gnlliinnl will Hi)uns(ir a clothing exchange Sntiirdny, Nnv. li), in the Bnlhany Tcwn Hull, Slightly used alothlr.g will ;;<> on will; in the morning ut. ]i):30 o'clock. Procends realized will be place;! In Hie orgim fund, which has been .«e.t. up lo help deftviy expnnHBS t»f liu'lMlling n new cluirnh organ. Tlie e.onurillUie In churgo will offer the jjublic men's, women's and childrtuiH 1 wesirlng apparel. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Ger.dron, proprietor:! of Fmrchild Trailer Sales, North Main street, will attend the National Triillni-Show, lo bo hold In Mm Niillnnal Cuiiril Armory In Wiiohlngton, ID. C., during tin; coming week. They will be accompanied by their sons, Bernard and Jerry. TneHilfiy and Weilnnnday the show will be for dealers only, Thursday and Friday It will be for executives, legislators, and members of tho prttHH. .Saturday and Hun- ilny I lie (lliipluy will liu open to Ihn public. 100 At .Alnmial Show, Dessert-Bridge Approximately 100 attended the annua.l fashion show and dessert- bridge held Friday night in Odd 'Foilown hall, under the sponsorship of the Alembic association of the Nn.ngn.tnck Chemical nnd Synthetic division O'f the U. S. Rubber Co. Clothes were 'modeled by Wanda Rosetuek, Ruth Shipman. Ol ; ga Wanciak, Shirley, Jean Kclley, Betty Cairelli, Helen Sousa. Slyvia Poll, Helena Daly and Wilma Ruccia. The committee included Mary 'Micknak, Hedwig Makoski, Marie Marrello, Helen H'litor, Virginia Scovill and arn. ISmery, and refreshments wo served -by Ann Nastes, Helen IcGabe, Jay Johnson, Marie Alex- Imtki, Rpginla Zwollnsky, Bertha LaRosc, Sophie Masarlro, Eleanor iHrodi'rick, Miss Scovil), Margaret; Lantcrl, Florence Rck, (Miss Mar- marello and .Patricia Caspar. Among those nltcndlng were: Theresa Clan-Ill, Rose Stango, (Mrs Franklin Hubbell, Mrs. Walter Lamson, Sylvia Parehamcar, Theresa Dalton, Ann Mornska, Molly Cohboi, Soir.ihio. Macsalko, Mra. C. J. Lundstrom, Mrs. Ambrose r>aly. •Mrs. Joseph Mayo, Mrs. Philip Fox. Mrs. Francis L. r^ly, Irene Janus, Lillian Plows. Dorothy Johnson, Vivian Mc- Droy, Grace R. Fitzgerald, Catherine Noldc, Julie Curtln, Elma frnflcanti, Marlon Traflcanti .Hose W. HeardMli.y, Allen William*, Mrs. Albert Robinson, Patricia Robinson, Helen Kclley, Til- Ann StrloHkl, Kleanor Brodcrick Mrs, , c, M. I.udolph, G. A. Man- Pharola Knn« T'oll, Anltn, Food, Union Atrhlnon, Rosemary Rwwllf •inni- Niitimch, Ttuth Gilford, Virginia Rice, linth Cm-roll, Dorothy McCormack, Eileen Kelly, Nora Mra° nn w'. Mm Han ' y Sio ^ en «' Grant, Mrs. C, J. Kochanowsld '•» -y^cT' ^^ *-"- c Cariello, Frances Ma- Mary Magonc, Alberta T- n ' v ''"• D ' J ' Btll *l c >'o, Mary Kelly. Kathi-yn Pal Ion, Jacqueline Rodney, Ethel Waterh«u«e Molly Schumacher, Mtm Arthur Mrs. Joseph Smey, Mrs Minicuccl, Mrs. B J Mrs M. A. Buco, Marie vroncalw«) fehirley Braclstreet, Bernlce Bier' nackl, Lois Rente. MrirT'M 0 Mahlke ' Mflrio Kevins, Maukowick, M^Edwotr Wa™h, M.s James Bates, Dorothy Aim- ..u MI, Mr,, rioberl Goodwin, M," [no -low,,,., u , c ,|j a Gonrn . , ' $1.OO Opens Your ACCOUNT Add to it as you can SIGN UP TODAY A ASSURE A FUTURE of happiness, free from financial worries. Your signature m a savings passbook opens the way. Rcgu ar saving _ pl us our liberal dividends — can take you steadily to care-free Jiving. TIIIC NAUGATUCK BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, INC. 21 Maple St. Tel. 2430 M , Mary Mazanskl, MI-M am« s Prttlt, iMr H . William flCm '"ir. Mn.. John Ash, Ma" Hn n •Won, Maiy Hale,,, Mr.,. R, ., en «we,,.,*oa, Mrs. John Kux.anj ,n Olive Al - mBl "° n B D Boa rico Mrs. Arthur Carriero of Pond HI!! road and son. Robert, born Nov. Z fit. St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury huvo relumed to .their home. Mr .and Mrs. Raymond L. Klooz or Arriba, Colo., announce the birth of their first child, a son, Grogg Raymond, Oct. 15. Mrs. Klooz is the former Anno Melegan of Naugatuck. NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN.). MONDAY, NOV. 14 lt»4!t—VAGK 3 How To Play CANASTA WIMMM 1C. Mi-.KIfiNNEV - .._.,.._ 1C. McKl&NNEv America'* dunl AilUmrlly ARTICLE NO. 7 KUIJ58 FOR MELD AND DISCARD After completing the draw in four-handed Canasta, a player may meld, If he la able and willing lo dp so. (Ho must meld if he drawn (.lie up-card of the pack.) Sequences are not melded in Cannata, only cards of the aama rank for example, throe or more nucena or throe or more six-spots. Suits and sequences play no part In Canawla. The initial legal meld of a side must conform to the minimum requirements outlined in the scoring table. In figuring: the initial meld, you do not include the value of any red treys you may have laid on tho table. Their 100-point value Is a bniuis only, as is thn 300 or OOfi points scored for a Canasta. They- urn not Counted ns meld value. After an Initial legal meld ban been made, a player In his proper (.urn may mnke nny additional molds or add cards to melds previously made by his side. A mold of three or more cards always must have at least two itu- I. lira I cards, and not more than three wild cards. You may complete a meld bv laying down two cards from your nand, then drawing the top card of the pack. In this case both irav be natural cards to match the up- card, or one may be a wild cnrd (except when the pack is frozen). Wild Cards: The four jokers and thn eight, deuces am wild. A joker or a deuce may bo used to heh> you to Iny down a mold. The vniuo i.l' a Joker or a dotii'o dons nol change to thn value of thn card for which it is used. For example. If you put down two sevens and a joker, thn joker counts 50 points, nnd not 0 points as each of tiic other sevens does. Once; a wild card Is melded, It rannnl hi; l.aUnn buck Intn I he hum) by tin; Hubtilll.ul.lon of a natural card. In other words, there in no trading for a wild card. Wild carua .may be used to make a mold or to add to a meld previously made. Any number of wild cards may be added to a completed Canasta., but no other mel'l may contain more than three wild rardH. Deuces nnd jokers cannot be helded by themselves. Miss Foster*! Shop Lovely Linen BRIDGE SET and CLOTHS Also In Rayon 17 CARROLL. COURT Tel. 4291 SECURITY Roc» your Insurance give ode- qnntn protection today? DO YOU HAVE ITT Bee NAUGATUCK INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Building coats nro steadily Increasing: PHONE 2080 F. W. EATON, Mgr. STYLES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS S465—$595 NORWASH SHOE STORE H ST. - Neury Dl.lp. _ NAUGATUCK Open Monday Thm Saturday and Friday Thfl dlncuTil: After molding (the latter i the player discards draw and optional), .... .._„_. „.. placing one card face up pack. If you discard a deuce or joker, I bus freezing the pack, the next player must draw from the stoek 3>lle. You can also keep your left- hand opponent from lakingr 'he peck by discarding a black trey; the eighth card of a rank in whieh you have melded a natural Canasta; or any other card which you are certain he cannot take to form a meld, If you have a Canasta consisting of five natural cards and two wild cards, then begin to draw the other natural cards of that rank, do lot meld them unless you are going out. Use them to slop the opponent from taking the pack. Many players hate to discard an .ce, especially if they have a Canasta of aces. But Ihe ace may keep the opponent from taking tho pack. Remember that you may get the pack at your next turn r.nd you will get the ace back. CANASTA • Playing Cards • • Score Pads • • Deluxe Kits • SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE Personal- Mrs. Bertha Kwanson ha» n>- turncd to her home, 57 Meadow street, after visiting friends In Granby, Mass. Miss Nancy Schmuck. Cambrldfpi, Mass., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schmuck, Church street was a bridesmaid at the wedding of her former Rogers Hall classmate. Miss Clare Thompson, Scarsdalc, N. Y., to James Philip Shcnflcld, Bronx- viilc. N. y.. which took place Nov. 5 In the Church of St. James the Less, ScarsdaJe. ActsATONCEtoRetfev* SXONCItMl CMCHING (CAUSED BY COLOS) Prescribed By Thxttwid* of Dttttral PEBTUSSIN must be good when thousands of Doctors prescribed It for years. PERTUSSIN acts at one* to relieve such coughing. It actually 'loosens up' phlegm and makes u easier to raise. Safe. Effective. FUJI 1'lUCKh DROPPED TO A NFW LOW. Compare Price and Quality K«tal»U*hed 18M 9» NO. MAIN ST. WATKHBITRY Go" for a New ELGIN Only Watch with DURAPOWER MAINSPRINfl* •Moil* of El«n«y M.lal, Pot. P»ndbg 15-jewel El»ln. Handsome caw with npansion band. frl(«i! To. Ofhv EIGINS from $29.75 * pay as little as . „-,. A. A WEEK THE FASHION WATCH OF THE YEAR . 68 BANK ST. AT CENTER ST., WATERBURY

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