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November 16, 1949

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

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Personal—So cial—Fraternal M-R Auxiliary Elects New Officers For Year Angeline Carriello was elected , The retiring president expressed presiden; of the Ladies' auxiliary her appreciation to the ChristoCcrj Montan»H-Rado post, Italian- American veterans, last night (it the annual meeting held in Cristoforo Colombo hall. She succeeds Lillian Gargonia. , Other officers named are: Jennie FazzVno. senior vice-oresklcnt; Chistine Gallucci, junior vice-president; Miss Gargonia, treasurer; Angelne Zuccarelli. secretary; 3di Gargonia, conductress; Lena Az- zera. chaplain; Lydia Giancai ii, historian: Lucy Zuccarelli. guard; Antoinette Zuccarelli, patriotic '.r,- structor; trustees, Antoinette 7.u-.- carelli. one year; Jay Tangredi, two years; Lillian Gargonia, three years. The officers will be installed in joint ceremonies with those of the post. The next regular meeting of the auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening. Dec. 13. at 7:30 o'clock. The annual Christmas party for members, and children of post and auxiliary members and friends, will be held in the hall Sunday afternoon. Dec. IS, at 2:30 o'clock. Antoinette Zuccarelli was appointed chairman of the party committee, assisted by Angeline Zuccarelh, Lucy Zuccarelli. Miss Tangre-ii, Lillian Gargonia, Angeline Fazzino, Miss Carriello and Josephine Triano. The committee will meet Monday evening, Nov. 28. at 7:30 o'clock in the hall to further plans. Colombo Society for the use of tne hall for meelings during the past year and the party. Refreshments were served during H social hour by Miss Gargonia, Carmella Mariano and Mary Pluhu- Entertain At Surprise Pdrty Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Mairnnnino. of 192 Meadow street, were hosts at a surprise party for Miss ROMQ Capobianco and Dominick ZarcP.n, j wns honored at a miscellaneous Miscellaneous Shower Guest Miss Dorothroa Hroch of Marjorie street who will become the bride nf Sul Bnzzuno. THanksjtivmjj morning, in St. Francis' Church, Miss Foster's ^ Shop Lovely Linen BRIDGED SET -andJLOTHS Alsoin/Rayon ; 17 GARROli. COURT Tel. r 4291 B E F B I G E R A T O R M99.50 7 Co. Ft*/—5 Yeat- Warranty $ZO Down ... $3 Weekly 413 NO. MATS ST. UNION CITY Phone 6491 IS CHURCH ST. TEL. i690 Open Friday.Till 8 F. M. Juniorettes j Give Amateur Night Program Amateur Night was observed Monday evening by the Nuuga- luck Woman's club Juniorettes in a (program presented in the American Legion Home, Cedar street, under the direction of Margretta Deegan. The program included: Marcia Baxter, violinist, Some Enchanted SJvening and "Balihai: news sketch by Doris Mitchell and Anna Kopp; barber.5h.op trio, Mary McNamee, Helen Schiller and Barbara Luskay. Strolling Through the Park and By the Light of the Silvery Moon. Quiz kids, Anne Rathburn. Lorraine Grant, Betty Hartwel, Janice Grele, Constance Zwolinski and Barbara McKee; costmetic demonstration. Wanda and Marilyn Carlson; band, Re- 2ina Sullivan, Sheila Allen, Dorothy Walsh, Marcia Baxter and Dorold Almquist. Janet Brown, pianist, Poem Fibich; quartet, Anne Sheedy, Carol Bradishaw, Jeanette O'Donnell, Barbara McCarthy; Linda McKee, pianist, Edelweiss Glide: Darlene Nelson, vocalist, There'.s No Tomorrow. During a business meeting plans were discussed for a semi-formal dance to be held next "month. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the evening's activities. Local Resident Host At Party Joseph W. Bowman of Laurol Lodge, New Haven road, was h<?<;t to 100 relatives and friends at a dinner party Monday evening in honor of the Honorable Judge James P. Doherty, recently appointed Judge of the Hamden Town Court by Governor Bowles. The party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Martin, Whitney avenue, Hamden. A musical program was presented and a lurkey dinner served. The.honored guest was presented a wrist watch. Speakers included U. S. Marshal Bernard Fitch, Postmaster Patrick Goode, David Fi!/.- gerald, Perle Vinning Paul Bowen- sar.ger and Mr. Bowman. of Waterbury, Saturday evemnt? at DiTrlmo's reslaurant, Wii.tcrbury. The occasion was in honor of the couple's ongnjjcmcnt and coming marriage. Guests from Naugatuck included Fhower at the home of Mrs. A;;nes Ryan Spencer street. Miss Jacqueline Brca.slor was hdHtfiSH. Tlione JiUondlnK includo.d: Mr.',. .Ichn Konrncli, Mr:). A. Adnr>, M>H. Ryan, Mrs. .John O'Connor, Miss . . ihe Misses Rose and Carmella I Hetty Mariano, Mrs. Nora _Delo.'.jo, Puppelo, Mr. and Mrs. John Marn- b.-ino, Mr. and Mrs. William Mariano, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Angolino and the host and hostess. Miss Capobianco is Mrs. Magrmn- hio's sister. The couple will reside in Naugatuck following their marriage. Couple Tio Matrk 30th Anniversary 'Mr. and Mrs. George Kuhn of Hill street will observe their 30th wedding anniversary tomorrow. The couple was married Nov. 17, ,1919 in the Imman-uel Lutheran church by the late" Rev. Dr. Meklcr. Mrs. Kuhn is the former Margaret Lersch. Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn arc well- known in the borough and for many years operated the City Bakery. Mrs. Florence Niewinslil, Mrs. Rhcla Hroch, Miss Lots Hrocn, Mrs. F. J. Hroch, Sr., Misa Patricia Hackett nf Beacon Falls, MUs Phyllis Kloc and Miss Clariao Swan. Unable to nttcrid, but ucmiin ; pifts, were Miss Ann Marie Pelri- celli, Miss Lois Barlow and Miss Dorothy Boettger. Schaeffer-Byrne Wedding Saturday Announcement is made of the coming marriage of Miss Anne Byrne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Byrne, 172 Millville avenue, to Richard Schaeffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schaeffer of Burritt Place. The wedding will- take place Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in St. Francis' church. Queen of Americas TOTS GIVE UP THEIR 'QOOD WOLF STIlt TOO VOUN6 to be a "big bad wplf," a 70-pound cub is bid goodbye by Rose Fisher, 3, and brother Peter, life, in the wolf den at Detroit's Bell Isle Children's Zoo. Their father presented the eight-months-old pet, "Jackie" to the zoo because he feared she might discover she is a wolf, and act accordinalv. He found her last June. (International) ; ON THE AIR TODAYl NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY. NOV. IB. IfllO—PAOE 3 How To Play CANASTA WILLIAM E. McKENNEY America's Card Authority ARTICLE No. 9 TWO AND THREK-HAN1JED CANASTA J-Jere is the procedure for play- ng Canasta with more or less han the standard four players. When there are two or three ilaycrs, each plays for himself. The two 52-card decks, plus four ioknrsi are used and the rules of 'our-handed Canasta apply. In two-lmmleU Canaslu, «iich piny- :r receives 15. cards and the deal iHi.'rrmt.oK. The other mnjor v;iriu- tion from four-handed play is that it takes two Canastas to go out. . » For three-handed Canasta, deal 13 cards to each plnyer. Only one Canasta is required to ^o out, as in the four-bunded Kiimo. In five and six-handed Cnnasta, 11 cards are dealt and one Cana,st;i is required for going out. (See Chapter 1.) iro.y. he places it face up on the table, moid:; any of hi.s cards that he desires, but docs not discard, and the hand is over. (2) If he draws the last card of the stock pile and diccnrds a black trey, a deuce or a joker, the hand is ended. <3) If ho makes a regular dis- c;ird (other than a wild card or a !)l:u:k trey), iho. n«*xt. player may take the discard pile if he can meld the up-card with two cards If the pack is froz- froz- from his hand. the rules en puck prevail. If the pack is not frozen, an'! the up-card can he added to one M" his side's mcldx. he must take the pack. Play continues in this manner until a player legally refuses in take the up-card. Jf no player- melds oui. the .scores arc; valnihitwl in \h<: rc;:ulnr inan- ti"r. Mat neither side receives the JOO-point bonus. 80 Attend PTA Card Party Eighty persons attended the card party held last night by the Hop Brook school Parent-Teacher association in the school auditorium. A food sale was held in conjunc- j tion with the party, under the direction of Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. I Thanksgiving decorations were used, with some of the patterns being made by pupils of Mrs. Mortimer Quirke's third grade class. Tallies were made by members of the upper grades, under the direction of Miss Agnes Jackson, principal, Table and door prizes were awarded, ' and a special award was given Mrs. Wilfred Webster. Proceeds from the party are for the audiovisual program of the school. The committee in charge of arrangements included Mrs. Harry McGinnis. Miss Jackson, Mrs. Donald Kirby, Michael Stokes and Otto Jensen. Mrs. Malcolm Wilson, president, expressed appreciation to the committee. DR. HAROLD E. DAVIDS Optometrist Announces Friday Evening Office Hours 6:30 to a-.30 IN AUDITION TO REGULAR 9 TO 5:30 DAILY HOURS OTHER HOUES BY APPOINTMENT ' " ' 39 JIAPLE STREET — TEL. 6178 FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE" MIRRQ "Easy -Grip'' COOKIE PRESS 12 Design Plates ONLY $2SO • The only cooky press that makes up to 80 fancy, cookies at one filling. So easy to use! The easy- grip side'handle prevents slipping^ fluted top handle "turns like a charm. Complete with 12 forming plates, ajl different, including animals, flowers, pinwheels^ Of heavy MIRRO aluminum throughout,?with stain-resistant Alumilite finish. Get yours tdday. HO3IEWAKES . . . THIKfo FLOOR HOWLAND-HUGHES, WATEEBURY 90, CONN. :' « " '•• Please send ' rne .... @ S2.50' plus 5c tax. XAME .COOKIE PRESSES. ADDRESS JITY . STATE ( ) CASH ( ) CHARGE ( ) C.O.D. Hostess At Party Monday Mrs. Robert Crosby of North Main street, the former Jane Smith, entertained Monday at her new home. A 'buffet lunch was served and cards and bingo were played. Among those attending were: Ellen Woodin, Christine Edmondson,, Ethel Garrick, Margaret Hasslinger, Mary Melinski, Ethei Jones, Dorothy McCal!, Alyce Hubbard, Sylvia Smith, Mary Furs. SULTRY Ana Maria Alvarez Calderon of Lima, Peru, is the newly- crowned "Queen of the Americas" following the Inter-American Beauty Pageant held in Lima. Twelve countries were represented in the contest, part of the 1949 Peruvian Exposition. (International) 3:30—WATR—NAUGATUCK NEWS WTIC—Just Plain Bill WWCO—Tom Mix 5 :45—WBE*Y—Curt Massey Time WTIC—Front Pane Farroll WATR—Afternoon Caners 0:00—WBRY—E. Christy Erk All Stations—News 5 :lfj—WBRY—Penthouse Serenade WTIC—Strictly Sports WWCO—Soortscope WATR—Snorts 6 ;30—WRRY—SoeakhiE oi Snorts • WTIC—WriKhtville Folk WATR—Von Tobe)—Music WWCP—Who s Talking C-4B—WBRV—Lowell Thomas WTIC—3 Star Extra WATR—Guy Lombardn 7:00—WBRY—Market Preview \VT1 C—LlKht up Time WATR—Headline Edition WWCO—Fulton Lewis 7:15—WBRY—To The County .Farmer WTIC—News WATR—Phone Your Answer WWCO—Sunshine Special 7:30—WBRY—Club 15 WTIC—Paul Weston Conducts WWCO—Gabriel Heattfir WATR—Proudly We Hail 7 ;45—WBRY—Edward R. Murrow •WTTC—Here s to Veterans WWCO—I Love a Mystery 8:00—BRY—Mr. Chameleon WTTC—This Is Your Life WATB-Dr. I. Q. WWC—Dr. Ktldare S;30—WRRY—Dr. Christian WTTC—Great Gllflersleevo WATH—Sherlick Holmes WWCO—On the Green s :4n—wwr-o—Pootlleht 0 :00—WBRY—Grotieho Marx WTTC— Break the Bank WATR^-Boris Karlnff Wwno—Rcatteri;od Baines 9:30— W-RRV—Bine- Crosby WTTC—District Attorney WATR—The Crnunier WWOO—family Theater 10:00—WTIRY—nnrns and Allen WTTr-j-Tticr storv WATR—Shore ,->"fl Sfiifi'rn She. WIVPO—News Commentator 10:30—wnnv—Tnm' O'RrlBn's •nixiplnnrt Banrl WTT<-_r-rt<iin Time WATR^—Ori Trin! w^wno—\Tarven Miller 10:i-_wwr-n—Arnstr vnu Want 11 -ftn—AH K'-qtionK—>T*nvs 11:15—wrn?v_v|to Shift" wwr>n_TT?<r Today w A T>r-_t!,, r , I .). s 11 :.TO—T"TT<^—n->no<s Ore'h. T\rA T-rt—rinm« •nannfi Orch. tm'CO—"np nne Oreh 12:00—All Stations—Nows TELEVISION A. M. WNHV-TV Channel 6 ii :00—Ted Steele The shoe you saw in MADEMOISELLE Personal- Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bowes, Miss Emily Sophie Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Whittemore, Jr., and Howard H. Bristol all of Naugatuck. are on the list of subscribers lor { the annual benefit motion picture show of .the Children's Center bo- ing held this afternoon and evening in the Whitney Theater >7eVr- Haven. Funds raised •will take i:are of Children's Center children from New Haven County outside the Community Chest area. Hopscofcfr: for Koof/ng around town, in brown, •red or green anfiqued JcaFrier .. or black leather. Jeanne Hackett is a member of the Workshop Players at Lasoll Junior College, Auburndale, Mass., who will present the play, "H- ;i- clay" by Philip Barry, tomorrow and Friday evenings. She is a member of the wardrobe committee for the production. A senior, she is. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hackett, 195 Spring street. A meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary, of Naugatuck American Legion post. No. 17, will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street, with Miss Dorothy Broder, president, in charge. Gertrude Oemcke, rehabilitation chairman, requests members bring gifts for the Christmas gift shops at INewington and Rocky Hill hospitals. Teachers of the Weekday School of Religion of the Naugatuck Council of Churches will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Congregational church. Plans for a Christmas program will he discussed. Headquarters for E-Z UNDERWEAR for Children and OTIS UNDERWEAR for Men Briefs - Mid-thigh — Boxers! Light and Winter Weights 'EMBRUSKI 71FAWFIK'- TAILOR NORTH MAIN ST. TEL 3807 Open Thurs. and Fri. Till 9 small- hopseotch for your new small-boy tweeds 695 5 :4 r>—Howdy Doody 6-00—Film Shorts 7:00—Kukla. Fran ami Ollic 7 :30—Showroom 1 • ,15—Vincent Lonez S:0f)—Aniiur Godfrey 9:00—Dunrtinper Khow 0 :30—Romance. I 0-jOO—BoxinK II :00—Wrestllnc ]». M. 1VCBS. Channel 2 5 :00—Ted Steele Show 5:30—The Chuck Wagon (i :30—T.,uckv Pun 15.45—Boli Howard Show 7-.00—Strictly For'LsuiKhs 7:1",—Paul Arnold Show 7:30—CBS TV Nows 7:45—At Home Show S :00—Arthur Godfrey and His Friends S:00—DumiinRer Show 9:30—Boxins Bouts 11 :00—Teleflmls of '•!!) 11:30—Ne-wsreel I'. Jl. H f >*HT Channel 4 5:15—Judy Splnter.s 5:30—Howdy Doorty 6:00—Children M Theater (>:30—Kasy Does It G-r>5—Weather 7 :00—Kukla. Fran & Ollie 7:30—Morton Downey 7:45—News Caravan S :00—Crisis S '3(V—The Clock 9 :00—Television Theater KV.nfWBreak the Bank 10:30—TOD Views In Snorts SPECIAL BULKS APPLYING I TO ALL FORMS OF CANASTA: j A player may always combine ! two or more melds of the same rank made by his side, but may not ^withdraw any card from the meld. In other words, there is no "splitting a meld." When a deuce or a joker is once played, it cannot be taken up again. In other words, there is no trading for the joker or deuce. No meld can contain .more than three wild cards unles it is a completed Canasta. You may continue adding cards to a completed Canasta indefinitely, even if there are then more than three wild cards in it. The partner who melds first keeps all the melds and red treys for his side. At the end of play, the partner with the melds adds up the score for his side while the other partner watches and verifies the opponents' score. i STOCK PILE EXHAUSTED: When a player draws the last card of the stock pile, various procedures of play follow: (1) If the card drawn is a red Patricia Triffanari. three-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Triffanari of 9 High street, who celebrated her birthday Sunday, was honored at a family dinner, with relatives and friends present from Naugatuck and New Haven. 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