Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 15, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, November 15, 1949
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=*• Social = Personal = -T 777 " '-•==='- . ^^^^^^TT^f^^^^^ Fraternal Junior Women To Conduct Annual Cancer Campaign The financial campaign in Naugatuck for the Connecticut Cancer Lociety will be conducted next spring by the Xaugatuck Junior Woman's club, according to action :aken last night at a meeting, of Jie organization in the _American Legion Memorial Home, Cedar itreet. with Mrs. M. Francis Fee- ey. president, in charge. Chairman and committee mem- >ers will be announced at a later iate. .Last year's drive was con- iucted by the club, and was in :hargc- of Mrs. William Yanarella md Mrs. L. Ellsworth Neary, who ire now members of the board >f directors of the Waterbury association of the society. Miss Helen Mai (presented a re>ort on the Junior conference held ast Sunday in Meriden and ex- Ddyton Pajlmer Guest Speaker Dayton Palmer of Bloomfield, former Naugatuck resident and well-known musician, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Music department of the Naugatuck Woman's club- Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs George W. Carroll, 57 Pleasant avenue. Mrs. Thomas Lee,- chairman, will be in charge of the session, and refreshments will be served by Mrs. Clarence Isbell, hostess. Mr. Palmer, director of music at the Wethersfleld State Prison, will _ . ._ -------- „..„ „,_ discuss and demonstrate the art Jlained the work of the federation . ot conducting. All members of the _„ ... md general clubwork activities in he state. I Miss Man.- Margaret Donovan, •civic chairman, will be in charge •of thf Thanksgiving baskets to be priven this year to the public wel- 'are department of the borough for distribution to needy families i Naugatuck. Christmas toys arc to be brought o meetings by members, to be given to charitable organizations. •Vve new members were accepted- Mrs. Ruth Lai-son, Mrs. Jacqueline iultberg. Miss Justine Brophy, Miss Ellen Madden. Miss Mary Claire Sullivan. Following the business meeting a Gripes and Groans session wai- :eld. under the direction of Mrs. Clayton Bethlefson, program, ihairman. A social hour was held ind refreshment, served by Mrs. P.a'i:fc Pronovost. social chairman, "ind her committee. NICKEL IS DUCTILE Columbus — The metal nickel has hemical properties like those of tructura! steel, but it is so duqtile hat it can be worked .into intri- ate shapes. NEW 1M9 PHILCO R E F R I G E R A T O K $199.50 ' Cu. Ft — 5 Year'Warranty $20 Down . . . S2 Weekly !13 NO. MAIN ST. CJTJON CITY Phone 6491 15 CHURCH -S5V- fEhr-UOO _ Open Friday Till » f. M. Miss Foster's Shop Lovely Linen BRIDGE SET and CLOTHS Also In Rayon IT CARROLL COURT Tel. 4291 Headquarters for E-Z UNDERWEAR for Children and OTIS UNDERWEAR for Men Briefs - Mid-thigh _ Boxers Light and Winter-Weights 'EMBRUSKI Q2iKu^^|l2DE^9lilDB3BBV NORTH MAC* ST. TEt 8807 Open Tliurs. and Fri. Till 9"" club invited Accepts Bid To Sorority Sara -J. Elder, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Walter K. Elder, Glenbrook Garden apartments, Bridge street, has accepted a bid to the Kappa Delta sorority at Bucknell university, Lewisburg, Pa. She was one of 132 Buckneil women who accepted bids to Greek societies on the camlpus as the result of formal rushing activities this week. Miss Elder, a freshman at the university, is enrolled in th e lib- era! arts course. She is a graduate of Naugatuck High school ar.d entered college in September. Woman's Club Hears Lecturer At Meeting- Monday Afternoon Mrs. Edith Stewart Smith of New York city will present a lecture Monday afternoon, Nov. 21 at 3 o'clock in the American Legion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar stree- at a meeting of the Naugatuck Woman's Club. The program, under the direction of the garden department of the club, will be an illustrated lectu-e on the subject, "Charleston and Plantation t'ardens". The lecture will be illustrated by 350 koda- chrome slides, and ; music will be provided by Mrs. Adolph Nelson by- Mrs. Norman of Brookgrcen accompanied Hovey. A description Plantation and Belle Isle, birthplace of Francis Marion, will bo accompanied by Bryant's poem, "Song of Marion's Men". Music will include "Absent" by Metcalf white showing of garden there is a scenes, live oaks, Spanish" moss, azaleas and other views. Historic Charleston will include Pierates Cruze gardens and Cypress garden, and while pictures are shown of wati.r forest and flowers, music will inolude "Dreaming and Drifting", and poems, "South- Carolina Forest", ''Middleton Plac-;", oldest landscaped garden in America, and "Masmolia Garden". Stephen Foster airs will be played while slides are shown of plantation garden scenes. The sez-vices of the speaker were secured through the New York Herald Tribune Club service bureau. Preceding the meeting there will be a book sale conducted by the soecial projects committee, with Mrs. W. Glenn Kirby. chairman, assisted by past presidents tit the club. THIS XMAS GIVE ANEW MIXMASIER AVE ALSO OFFER H.41YIILTOX-BEACH GENERAL ELECTRIC UNIVERSAL DORMEYER BUY EARLY fSE OUR -CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN PAY SI A WEEK [LINCOLN STORE 61 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 5-2268 EpiscoDal Women Meet Friday For Hartford Parley The 69th annual fall meeting- of the Connecticut branch of tho woman's auxiliary to the national i council of the Episcopal Church will be held Friday in Christ j Church Cathedra], Hartford, with delegates from St. Michael's auxiliary to be named tomorrow. The service will open in '.he inorninE; with the celebration of Holy Communion at 10:30 o'clock with the Rev. Dr. Frederick O. Endlong, bishop of the diocese, as celebrant. The communion alrrs will be given to the bishop for altar hangings within the diocese. The speaker will be the Rt. Rev. John B. Bentley, D.D., vice-president of the council. Those attending are requested to provide a box lunch. Tea anil <*of- lee will be served. Trie afternoon missionary service will begin at i -.15 o'clock, with delegates responding to roll call with pledges lor Connecticut's quota to missions. The bishop and the Rev. Walter H. Gray, bishop coadjutor, will extend greetings. Address of the afternoon will be given bv Miss Leila Anderson, alternate to the world council of churches. The offering will be given to work at Fort Yukon, Alaska. in Polomski-Bfryk Nuptials Held Pjere Softurdaty Miss Irene Mary Bryk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bryk, 105 Elm street, and Richard- R. Polomski. 52 Crown street, were married Saturday in St. Hedwig's church. Adele Witkoski of Ne\v York was maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Louisa Valentine. Barbara Ann Bryk served as flower girl and Robert Czaplicki as ring bearer. Ronald Polomski was best man, and the usher was Stanley Sabier- ansld. Theresa Soliwock! was charge of the musical program. The bride wore an ivory burmi] satin gown designed in an empire style with low sqquare neckline edged with Chantilly lace, and long tapered sleeves buttoned at the wrists. Her French silk fingertip veil was attached to a shirred satin bandeau and she carried a white prayerbook marked with orchids. Her maid of honor wore a stone blue velveteen gown with a square neckline, double puffed short sleeves, and gathered skirt with bustle effect. Her velveteen cioche hat was trtimmed with a shirred band, and she- carried a bouquet | of pink chrysanthemums and pompons. The bridesmaid wan Identically attired. The flower girl wore a sky blue velveteen ensemble blue bonnet trimmed with forget- me-nots - - -•• ' • bouquet 130 AJt Union City Community Glub More than 130 persons rty attended Mrs. Vcfet the public bridge party of the Union City Community club last night in Polish National church hall, North Main street. Prizes were awarded at each table and several special prizes were awarded. Mrs. Harry Dethlefsen was chairman of the Other officers named are: Mrs! F&rids P^st GliS Mrs. 'Charles Vagt was elected president of the Past Noble Grands club of Columbian Rebekah lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. P., at a recent meeting held at the home of Mrs. Jesse Barratt on Johnson street. She succeeds Mrs. Marion Jennings. I Thomas Ashford, vice-president; Mrs. Lottie Waterhouse, secretary; Mrs. Henry Voegeli, treasurer. Plans for the annual Christmas party were discussed, with the event to be held in Odd Fellows hall Dec. 10. Mrs. Walter Long is chairman of the banquet committee, and Mrs. Jennings is in charge of the dining room committee. Following the business meeting a Chinese auction was held, and refreshments were served the 28 members attending by Mrs. Joseph Earratt, hostess. and carried a miniature of pink pompons. The in a cocoa bride's mother attended brown outfit. A reception for 2CO was held at Falcon hail .with out-of-town guests from Massachusetts, New York New Jersey, Ohio and Maryland'. The couple are on a wedding Crip to Washington, D. C., and upon their return will reside at 105 Elm street. OES Chapter Plains Several) Specidl Events. Visiting Matrons' and Patrons' Night will be observed Thursday evening at a regular meeting of Evergreen chapter, Order of Kail- em Star, at 8 o'clock in Masouin Temple, Church street. Mrs. Louis Zeun, worthy matron, will be in charge of the business meeting during which degrees will be exemplified by visiting matrons and patrons. Refreshments will be served in the banquet hall. Plans are under way for a vesper service to be held Sunday .afternoon, Dec. 4, at the Methodist Church al 4 o'clock. The Rav. Matthew H. Gates, minister, will deliver the sermon and special music will be provided. A Christmas bazaar and pub.'ic supper will be held Thursday, Pec. A, in Masonic Temple. The bazaai will open in the afternoon at i o'clock, and the supper will 6e served from 5 to 7 o'clock. arrangements committee. Among those attending were Rose Flanigan, Mrs. Henry Zwick, Mrs. Henry Behiman, Stanley Bandurski, Joyce Dethlefsen, John Burke, Alice Burke, Tommy Horan, Helen Ward. Doris Rice, Aldona Jankowski, John Mikalchus, Hedwig Mik- alchus, Elizabeth Korninski, Margaret Korninski, Genevieve Pa- jeski, Edna Meyers, Charles Stan- szk, Stanley Taranavich, Stanley Lipski, Peter Zauzewski, Sophie Marzinski, Mrs. Sanistaus Lyski, Nellie Pietrak. Henry Yezierski, and Walter Swiderski. Vincp.nt Dumanski, A. Mclyan, Chester Kosokowski, Caesar Krzy- kowoski John Sosnowski, Victor Grabowski, Helen Kubic, Anna Stoyjevvski, Mrs. William Messner, Mrs. Chester Janicki, Mrs. Edward Slomconski, Mra. Charles Stanczyk, Mrs. John Urutoosoc, C. Everl«ki, Mr. and Mrs. Francis V. Grabowski, Mrs. Raymond Magas, Mrs. Helen Magas, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smey, Mrs. Tracy Breen, Mrs. John D. Cul- linanc, Mrs. D. Michael Smith, Mrs. John Corcoran, Joseph Stokes. Ann Randolph, Helen Adamski, Florence Quinn, Dorothy Morton, Gertrude Matyoka, Ann Zbikowski, Ann Yvasauskas, Stephanie Zbikowski, Mary Ratkiewich, Mary You- cious, Mrs. Leleski, Mrs. AnnaWas- ves, Mary Pawlowski, Mary Ols- /.ewski, Lillian Marchlewski, Helen Janicka, Mr. and Mrs. John Hassen- ffiklt, Mr. and Mr.s. Arthur Staul'fer, Mrs. Sidney Weiss, Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mrs. H. C. Weiss, Mrs. Harry Pliskin, Mrs. William Pawlowski, Walter Gesseck, Mrs. Robert Toy and Rosemary Coen. Martin Milkovic, Jr., Frank Neary, Mrs. Richard Neary, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheplick, Walter Staskiewicz, Regina Beccia, Helen Carzasta, Mary Mazanski. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raucci,-Casimer Posila, Richard J. Kclloy, Mr.s. Harry Bergen, Mr.s. James Carroll, Mrs. Harvey Garrity, Mrs. Peter Hepp, Johanna White, Audrey Dougherty, Bernice Kowalewski, Cora Beach, Mrs. M. Bobinski, Mrs. Stanley Bandurski Mr, Stella Korowotnv, Mr, W Co.umb^n~p3Tlodged £ 5 i ,? F t, al 8 °' Clock in Odd F e»™-» : iwr - '• Mrs - Charles Robinson noblu Mrs. Henry Zwick prepared cof- grand, will be in charg-e of the SPS- ee and otnpr rpfv*»«Vt«i*»wf & o^„,,„_] Qinn ««,» __»__.. . -"<= sn,^ Kenneth Barratt Named Song Leader Kenneth Barratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barratt of Johnson street, a pre-medical student at Wesleyan university, Middletown, recently was named college body song leader, as the results of tryouts of glee club members. Mr. Barratt has been accompanist for the glee club for the past two years, and will continue in that' capacity. He also will direct the Cardinals, a group of 12 men from Ihe glee club, in their various specialty numbers, and will direct one number for the entire glee club in the many concerts which it has planned during the year. The group is planning a concert tour later in the year, which will include visits to Philadelphia, Washington, Cleveland, Buffalo and many "other cities. Lieberman-Sherman Wedding Nov. 20 Announcement is made of the coming marriage of Miss Eleanor Sherman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sherman, Waterbury, to Irvinfr Lieberman, son of JCr.=). Dora LJeberman of Ward.' street, which will take nlace Sunday afternoon. Nov. 20 at 2 o'clock in the Assembly Room 1 of the Hete! Elton. Waterbury. Sherman is an -alumnae of Crosby High school and attendee! the University of Connecticut. Storrs. for two years. Mr. Lieberman graduated from Naufratuck Hiorh school and attended Teachers College of Connecticut, New Brit- sin. He also served in the Army Air Forces durinjr the war and is now working as a contractor in Naugatuck. A meeting of Evergreen Sewing Circle of the local chapter, Ordei- of Eastern Star, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in Masonic Temple, Church street, with Mrs. Joy Schlesinger, president, in charge. Following the business meeting card playing will beheld and refreshments served by Mrs. Cora Ellis and Mrs. Adela'de Yeaton hostesses. fee and other refreshments served „„ ,^ -^^.i ,^v» , U..1U »c*.i^oiiiiients \viii h*» by women of the club. Proceeds served by Mrs. Franklin Hotchkiss of the party will be used to help """.nKiss. defray expenses of the Christmas party planned for children of the Union City section. Birthday Party Guest Of Honor Kenneth Magas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Magas, of 735 High street, was guest at a party in honor of his 10th birthday Sun- cl.-iy afternoon at the home of his parents. Guests were:- Gayle Ann Maffas, Cheryl Ann LeBla:ic, Richard Swidirski, Kenneth and Richard Magas, Helcne and Elaine Magas, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Magas, Mr. and Mrs. John Swidirski, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Howard L&Blar.c, Mrs. Hele'n Mag-as, the guest of honor and the host and hostess Friendship Circle of the Immanuel Lutheran Church meets tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the church. Mrs. Athlem Peck, president, a-iks nil membe.-s to attend, as final plans will be made for the Christmas bazaar, to be held Friday night, Dec. 2. Committees are to be named for the various booths of fancy work, baked goods, gift items and white elephant pieces. FUR PRICES DKOPFED TO A NFW LOW. Compare Price and Quality ttftr^^^^^^r^i^^^^^^^l^^^^^^^^n Established 1850 39 NO. MAIN ST. WATTSUBTTRY BE Goodrich * ., CHRISTMAS GIFT IDIAS GIVE HER THIS NEWEST- FINEST — GREATEST MODEL WASHING MACHINE Amazing Low Price COME — SEE IT SOON SO EASY TO BUY USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN OR OUR EASY CREDIT PLAN Pay $1.25 a Week or $5 a Month Lincoln (§ Xfore WEST MfllM Johnson Street! Couple T® 25th<Afriniversary Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barratt 109 Johnson street, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Nov. 27. The couple was married in the Methodist church Nov. 27, 1924 by the late Rev. James A. MacMillan. The date also is Mrs. Barratt's birthday. She is the former Ruth Kennedy of May street. Mr and Mrs. Barratt have one son, Kenneth, a pre-medical student at Wesleyan university, Middletown. Mr. Barratt is affiliated with the Button Fastener division of the Scovill Manufacturing Co. Waterbury. Mr and M rs. Albert A. Markov, brother-in-law and sister of Mr j, Nov. 19 from I o clock in the afternoon on ,^f da * N ?y- 26 > Mr - «-nd Mrs. ^f «(c* i, •* ——"" « iJciiurmance )f South Pacific", and on Nov 27 vill leave for a few days vacation n Chicago, 111. Personal- and refreshments will be Mrs. Dorothy Saleem of Danbury has been discharged from the Wa- torbury Hospital, where she has been a patient, and is recuperating at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Garrington on Melbourne court. Ernest Wcyerman, who has been medical patient at St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury, is convalescing at his home, 92 Highland ave- Florence Klmmer, 430 Quinn street, is celebrating her 14th birthday today. Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus rooms, Neary building, with Mrs. James Pettit, regent, charge. in Mrs. John J. Wrinn of WarJ rtreet, president of the Consumers' League of Connecticut, was in charge of a meeting of the directors of the New Haven area, hold yesterday at the Faculty club in New Haven. ON THE AIR 5:30—WATR NAUGATUCK NWS WTIC-Jusl Plain Bill WWCO-Capt. Midnight 5 :45—WBRY—Curt Massey WTIC—Front Page Farrell 0:00—All Stations—News 6:15-WATR—Al Vestro-Sports of the Day WWCO—Sportscope WTIC—Strictly Sports WBRY—Stay Tuned lor Music C .30—WATR—News WWCO—Who's Talking TORY—Snorts WTIC—Wrightvllle Folks 6:4B—WATn—Sammy Kayo WBUY—Lowell Thomaa WTIC—3 Star Extra 7 :00—WBRY—NauRiituck Valley In ilustries WTIC—LlRht Up Time WWCO—News 7:05—WWCO—Fulton Lewis WATR—Headline Edition 7 :15—WBRY—Gov. 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Fran and Ollie 7 -.30—Showroom 7:45—N^ws Caravan R:00—MIHon Berl<> n ; no _Tri re sirlf> Theater f, : SO—T.lfe ol Rlley 10;00 ^rnatPnr Wonr 11:00—City At Midnite Mayor William Celentano h».3 been invited to give the address of welcome at the meeting of the New Haven County Women's Re- rmblican Association Thursday at he Castle, Fairmont avenue, Ney.' Haven. The schedule begins with a luncheon at 12:30 o'clock. Miss Sandra Klonski of Nauga- uck, a student at the New Haven State Teachers College, is a member of the committee for the Harvest dance to be held Saturday evening at the Hamden Town Hall, under the sponsorship of the athletic association. Music will be provided by Eddie Wittstein's Orches- NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, NOV. 15, 1!M»—PAGE S How To Play CANASTA W1T.T.1ATW H! Wr^lTU'lWlWWir *-;.. _ , , WILLIAM E. McKENNEY America's Card Authority ARTICLE No. 8 PLAYER MELDS OUT TO END HAND MELDING OUT A player melds out when he can legally get rid of the last card in his hand, either "by discarding it, or making a meld, or playing it to a meld for his side. CONCEALED HAND An extra bonus .of 100 points is given to a player who melds out with a concealed hand. To earn this bonus, he must meld all of his cards in one turn, not having previously melded any of his cards, nor can he play any of his cards on a meld previously made by his partner. (A concealed hand of course must not Sweeney To Sing Al Military Ball Of Gold Star Post Daniel Sweeney, tenor, will sing The Star Spangled Banner at the fourth annual Military ball of Gold Star Post, Catholic War Veterans, Thanksgiving Eve in Falcon Hall, it was announced today by Commander Frank Zdrowski. Austin Phillips, post bugler, win sound Taps during the brief ceremonies which are a feature of the ball. Several special awards will be made during the evening. Reservations for the cabaret- style ball may be made with Joseph Kackowski. A large attendance is expected. Socialized Medicine To Be Discussed By Rotary Club Speaker Dr. Willard A. Fosdick, of Seymour, will be guest speaker at tomorrow's luncheon meeting of the Naugatuck Rotary Club, in the YMCA cafeteria. His subject will be "Preserve Democracy." Dr. Fosdick, a practicing dentist will discuss problems of socialized medicine, which Is being tried In Engand at the present time and which is brought up periodically in :his country at meetings of professional men. contain any red treys; they must be placed face up on the table at the players' first opportunity to play, and a card drawn from the stock pile to replace each red trey placed on the table.) To go out with a concealed hand, either the • player's partner must have previously melded a Canasta, or the concealed hand must contain a Canasta. The minimum meld requirement is waived for a concealed hand. ASKING YOUR PARTNER A player may meld out (with or without having a card to discard) without asking his partner's per- misison. Before going out, though. it is your privilege to ask your partner, "May I go out, partner?" It is always your privilege to ask this question in your turn before making any meld. You do not have to ask. You may, if you wish, juat go out. But if you do ask, you are bound by your partner's reply. If he says "Yes," you must go out. And if you are unable to go out, your side must pay a 100-point penalty. If your partner says "No," you must keep at leost one card in your hand. However, when it next comes your turn, you again are privileged either to go out without asking your partner, or. before drawing, once again you may ask your partner, "May I go out, partner?" You are again bound by his reply. If a player takes the pack by selecting the up-card, he cannot ask for permission to meld out, because he is required to place two cards from his hand on the table to form a meld with the up-card. If a play«r asks before drawing if he may meld out and partner says "No,' he may then either draw a card from the stockpile or take the pack or discard pile. Black treys can be melded only when the player is going out But a black trey cannot be taken 'from the top of the pack even to complete a going-out meld. When a player melds out play ondn and the deal is scored in accordance with the .scoring table Funeral Frank N. Hard Funeral services for Frank Nelson Hard, 67, of 235 Maple stre <t who died Saturday night at the Watertmr'y Hospital after a brief illness, were held this afternoon at -he Alderson Funeral Home| 201 Meadow street, with the Rev. Wi!- ard B. Soper minister of the Congregational Church, officiating-. Bearers were Fred Montrose, G. Louis Packer and Connie Bula, representing Shepherd lodge, A. F. & A. M., and Wilbur Todd and William Richards, representing Jentennial lodge, No. 100, IOOF. Burial was in Grove Cemetery. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the many friends, relatives, and neighbors who, by their many acts of kindness, floral tributes and expressions of sympathy did so much to make ighter the burden of grief in our recent bereavement. Special thanks are extended to: U. S. Rubber Co. offices of Naugatuck, New YorK and Beacon Falls. ANTHONY ZAVEDNAK & FAI CANASTA • Playing Cards • • Score Pads • • Deluxe Kits • SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE Order Your PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS TODAY! 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