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Couple Observe. 25thAbiniversaby Mr. and Mrs. oseph P. Kane, 21o North Main street, are observing their 25th wedding anniversary to- <iay. They wore married Nov. 17, 1524. by ;he late Rev. Michael Rr.-e- gan. formerly of Xaugatuck, at St. R.ose'3 Church, New-town. Mrs. Kane is the forfner DO.-JL Larr.er of New-town. They arc the parents of two sons, Joseph R. Kane and John L. Kane, both of Nauga'uck and two grandchildren. Mr. Kan? is employed by the Bond Baking Co. | •Takes Kodak $2QE»l.. . 'Negatives^ y 4 x2&.Yi>u can get "flash" shoit us-' ing Kodak Photo Ha'sher. Camera. $5,50; Rasher, $1.55; inc. Federal Tax. Other Models $2.75 and up Ycur Kodak Dealer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STOEE »a?>- Bldar. . ?>'aucatuck Legion Women Donate To UC Little League 1 A donation to the Union Cily Little League project was madn last night by the ladies' auxiliary of the Naugatuck American Legio.i post, Ko. 17, at a meeting held in the Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street, with Dorothy Broder, president, in charge. A contribution also was made of lavors for Isewington and Rocky Hill hospitals for Chistmas. Rehabilitation Chairman Gertrude Ormcke announced that she will te in the Legion Home office tomorrow night from 7 to 9 o'clock !o receive gifts for the Christmas £fift shops at Newington and Roc,«-y Hill hospitals. Gifts are needed fnr girls and boys from the ages of 12 lo 18 years, and for men. Plans were discussed for a card party to be held Thursday evening, Dec. 8, with Mrs. Thomas Broder as chairman, and a cake sale to be held Friday, Dee. 2, with Mrs. Sidney Baylis as chairman. Accepted as a junior menvoer was Lorraine Grant. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Jeremiah Dunn, Mrs. Anthony Mariano, Mrs. Ada Ash, Mrs. Raymond Ericsovi a.nd Mrs. Florence Farrow. Social-Personal Fraternal Personal- The monthly meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Hillside Congregational church will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the church hall, at whic htime the annual Thanksgiving tea will be held. Hostesses will be Mrs. Carl Berg- Strom and Mrs. Henry Peterson. I A spaghetti and meatball supper will be served Saturday evening by the Pond Hill Community Club in the club house, Mrs. Arthur Stauffer is chairman of the committee. Supjer will be served to the public at 5, 6 and 7 o'clock. Those cle- ; =>iring transportation may telephone : 4S77 or 2336. Reception Flor Floyd Woosters Hjere Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Woostrr, Woostcr street*' will be hosl and hostess at a reception Sunday a!t- ernoon at thsir home, in honor of Mr. Wooster':: parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Floyd Woosicr, who a:e celebrating their golden wedding- anniversary. Relatives and friends' from Naugatuck, Waterbury, N-r.v Haven, New York, and throughout the Valley will'attend. Mr. and Mrs. Wooster, well known in Ihe borough, were rrriV- ried Nov. 22, 1899, by the Rev. Eggleston, then minister of the Methodist Church. The ^wedding took place at the bride's parents' home on Golden Hill slrcet. She is the former Miss Etta Simmons, aaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Simmons. Mr. Woosier came to Naugatuck from Pennsylvania at the age of six. Miss Irene Squires, secretary of the local Chamber of Commerce for many years, was maid of honor and Charles Houseknecht was bi-s man. Both will be guests at the reception. A retired employe of the loca post office, Mr. Woosler was one of the four carriers who began door-to-door delivery service :n Naugatuck, July 2, 1900. Besides their son, Floyd, . are the parents of Alvin A. Wooster, prominent musician, of Binghamton, N. Y. Their grandchildren are Gerald and Floyd Wooster cf Naugatuck, Cynthia, Mark and Jonalhan of Binghampton. The annual fall fair of Evangeline Circle of the Salem Lutheran church is being conducted today, and in conjunction with the event a fried chicken supper will be served beginning at 5 o'clock. 156 JIURCH SlfcEET STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 21 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREE Generous trial size jar of Radnai Greaseless Hand Cream with the purchase of one large size jar at 49c Use the entire contents of the trial jar and IF YOU ARE NOT COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH THE RESULTS, RETURN THE LARGE JAR AND GET YOUR 49c BACK! 3OTH JARS For Onlv 'y m ^ MjL M I* T^W** Makes Hands Look end Feel Softer He/ps Keep Them Soft ... Longer I Chapping, redness and sandpaper/ roughness . these things don't happen to hands that have Radnai care! This greaseless, non-sHcky cream helps soften your hands . . . helps prefect them against the dry- nessthat Bother, work °nd water con cause. Smooth ° n Radnai Gr eose'ess Hand Cream regularly . . . morning, night and always after your hands have been in water or exposed to chapping winds. Instantly . . . amazingly . . . your hands look softer ~ /ee/ softer! REGULAR 75c SIZE DOAN'S Kidney FOR *fi»£t STOMACH /5>V PEPTO-BISMOL SO.HW, and ealmi - not antacid -BotknaHv*- NOW 57c S1.25 ABSORBtNE Jr 87c $1.25 SERUTAN 88c AMOLIN DEODORANT CREAM TAKE MORE THANKSGIVING PICTURES FORMLESS! 4 ROLLS "i FILM C AH Popular Sizes! Each Roll Guaranteed! A Repeat of a Seli-Oat Sale! 3-PC. FOUNTAIN PEN BALL-POINT PEN & PENCIL SET $3.50 Value for 98c FAMILY SIZE ELECTRIC VAPORIZER EVERY HOME NEEDS ONE! $2.49 Kennedy Circle Accepts Mve New Members Five new members were received into Kennedy Circle, Daughters cf Isabella, at a meeting held this week in the Knights of Columbus rooms, Neary building, with Mrs: James Pettit, regent, in charge. The new members are: Mrs. Anne Gaibett, Mrs. Stanley F. Kisielewski, Mrs. Mathew J. Lubowiecki, Mrs. Joseph Golasz, and Miss Carmella Finateri. Members of the circle will attend, a Mass for deceased members Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock in St. Francis' church. They will meet in front of the church at 7:15 o'clock. A benefit sale' will be held at the next meeting of the society, Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, with members to provide handmade articles and homemade candies, cookies and other items for sale to other members of the circle. Miss Rita Lorson !s chairman of the sals, assisted Oy Mrs. Robert Lorson. Tickets have been distributed for the Communion Breakfast to be held in St. Mary's church Sunday morning, Dec. 11 at 7:30 o'clock, sponsored by Ojeda Council, Knights of Columbus and the circle. Those desiring tickets are requested to teelphone Mrs. Aldo Pistarelli at 3252. Members of the circle, who have daughters interested in joining the Junior Circle, are requested to meet tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. Oliver Lorson, past regent, New Haven road. Preliminary plans for the formation of a junior group, the.first in the state, weru mad^e at a recent meeting held at Mrs. Lorson's home and attended by circle mothers and Miss Mary Connors of Southington, national chancellor. Miss Connors is expected to attend tomorrow's meeting. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the evening's activities by Mrs. Edward Williams, Mrs, Rose Beardsley, Mrs. Emidio Rossi Mrs. Charles Romanoff, Mrs. Orlando Gabianelli, Mrs. Frank Oldakowski and Mrs. Elizabeth Mahoney. Smith- Va/cea/ro Nuptials Hleld. In Derby Miss Annamay R. Vaccaro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lorie Vaccaro, Derby, and Milton R. Smith, son of Mrs. Martha Smith, Rubber avenue, were married Monday in a ceremony performed in St. Mary's church, Derby, by the Rev. Richard D. Curtin. Miss Rosemarie Vaccaro served as her sister's maid of honor, and Erwin Nabourney, New Jersey, was best man. Alfred Russell, Hartford, and Hilton Kiely, Norwalk, were ushers. Following the ceremony a reception was held in Lorie's restaurant, after which the couple left by car for a tour throughout the southern states. Mrs. Smith is a graduate of Derby High school and the Bridgeport hospital School of Nursing. Mr. Smith, a graduate of Naugatuck High school, recently received a license from the State Board of Embalmers, and at present is affiliated with the A. J. Collins Funeral Home in Norwalk. American War Mothers To Meet A meeting of the Naugatuck chapter of the American War Mothers will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the town hall, with Mrs. Elna House, president, in i charge. All members are requested to attend. Several members of the local group attended installation ceremonies of the East Haven chapter this week. Among those attending were: Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs. Victor Lemoine, Mrs. Peter Jepson, Mrs. Harold Newman, Mrs. Arthur Holm/ Mrs. Gertrude Maher Mrs. Frank Clark. Aid Society Rummage Sale The annual fall rummage sale, sponsored by the Aid Society of the Congregational church, will be held tomorrow morning and afternoon from 9 to 1 o'clock in the parish house, -with Mrs. Arthur Anderson, chairman of the arrangements committee. Members and friends of the congregation may take their contributions of clothin-g and -ither items to the iparish house tonight. If they are unable to make delivery. Mrs. Anderson asks that they call a member of the committee. Assisting- Mrs. Anderson are Mrs. Glenn Noble, Mrs. John Sutherland, Mrs. William Chittenden, Mrs. Willis Merrill,, Mrs. Earl Barnum. Mrs. Andrew Watson, Mrs. Donald McCollum, Mrs. Carlton Bristol, Mrs. Conrad Ham, 'Mrs. Leroy Howard, Mrs. Howard Bristol, Mrs. W. J. Begin, Mrs. Conrad Lindahl and Mrs. Robert Fenn. FIAKO PIE CRUST MIX FOR THAT HOME-MADE QUALITY A good crust is the making of a good pie. And no crust could be more light and flaky than Flako because ingredients are the samS fine ones you use-precision, mixed for sure results! FOR ...NO FINER GIFT America's Qldijt and Best Loved Piana THE famous Chickcring piano, with its 126-year tradition of excellence, is • lifetime investment in musical enjoyment. Make your Christmas selection at our store now. 158 GRAND STREET Watrrbury, Conn. Carlson-Wedermeyer Team Leads Tourney The third round In tho Wedne*. dixy evening Sulcm club bridge tournament was played last night with ncorcrs being aa follows; •North and south, Miss Mildred Carlson and Mrs. John Wedermey- er, 73; Mrs. P. J. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Ann Hogan, 66; Mrs. Norria Follett and Dr. Walter I. Biker 63. East and west, Mrs. Donald Kirby and Mrs. Vivian Kernan, 79 1-2; Mrs. John Kelly and Mrs. J. W Vergosen, 60 1-2; Mrs John Hayes and Mrs. Ed-rard G. Cox, 57 1-2. Official landings: Miss Carlson and Mrs. Wedermeyer, 214; Mrs. .Fitzgerald and Mrs. Hogan, 184; Adelaide and Constance Clayton' 182 1-2. Funerals John J. Dunn Funeral services for John J Dunn, 72 Lewis street, who died Tuesday morning, after a brief illness, were held this morning from the C. H. Green Funeral Home, 66 Terrace avenue. A solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Francis' Church by the Rev. George Dunn, with the Rev. George Vilciauskas as deacon and the Rev. Paul F. Keating as sub-deacon. Mrs. Albertine O'Donnell was organist and soloists were Mrs. James Farrar and Mrs. Mary Mathieu. They rendered Abide With Me, Sweetly and Tenderly, Jesus Is Calling, and One Sweetly, Solemn Thought. Burial was in St. James' Cemetery, with prayers at the grave by Father Dunn. Bearers were James Mahan, Howard Dunn, William Brodeur and Thomas Brodeur. Antonio Ramos Funeral services for Antonio Ramos, 54, of 56 Carroll street who died isuddenly early yesterday morning after being stricken with a heart attack in a North Main street restaurant, will be held tomorrow morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park place. A requiem high Mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Francis' church with burial in St. James' cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 3 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. NOV. 17, 194»—PAGE 3 How To Play CANASTA 1V1T.T 1A1W IP Ikr.n'U'TO-kTiiTinv j i . ». WILLIAM E. McKENNEY America'* Card Authority ABTICLE No. 10 CANASTA IS LIKE A HURDLE RACE This article gives a few pointers on Canasta. Canasta is like an obstacle race.- To reach the finish line, you must get past certain fixed hurdles on the course; to win, you must make better time than your competitors. You are likely to fall by the wayside if you fail to keep watch on BOTH the obstacles and the competitors. The fixed hurdles are: (a) Making the initial meld; (b) Getting the pack; (c) Completing one or more Canastas; (d) Getting rid of the last card. Sometimes—with an assist from Dame Fortune — you can hurdle two or three of these barriers in one jump. You may get the-pack in making your initial meld; you may go out with a concealed hand, encompassing (a), (c), and (d) at once. Naturally, your chances of winning the race, or making a big profit, are greatly increased by any such telescoping of the course. But, most of the time, you have to take the hurdles one by one. You have to be prepared to deal separately with the special difficulties thrown up around each by the rules of the game. At the same time, you want to outdistance another partnership, or other players. To some extent, you can enhance the difficulties for CAKE SALE A cake sale will he held tomorrow in Brennan's store on Church street, under the auspices of the Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women. The sale will open in the morning- at 10 o'clock, with Miss Dorothy OToole and Mrs. Clarence Green as co-chairmen. DANCE PLANNED The Arthur F. Lewis Chapter, Order of DeMolay, will sponsor an informal dance in the Masonic Temple, Church street, Saturday evening from 9:30 to 11 o'clock. Several prizes for various elimination dances will be awarded. them. It is as though—to keep up the analogy—you were allowed to push boulders in their path. But in so doing you slow yourself up too, and on net you may turn out to be the loser. GETTING the pack. All experience goes to show that the paramount object is TO GET THE PACK. This statement may sound strange. Legally, to go out you have to make an initial meld, complete at least one Canasta, and get rid of your last card—the only hurdle you can skip is getting the pack. Yet this is the one you most want to conquer. The reason is not far to seek. If you never get the pack, your chances of making Canastas and going out are slight, and the chance that your opponents will roll up a huge score against you is extreme. CANASTA • Playing Cards • • Score Pads • • Deluxe Kits • SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STOKE Miss Foster's Shop New Shipment of ALL SILK SCARFS and ALL LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS Free, Easy Parking 17 CARROLL COURT Tel. 4291 The one jacket you can wear I Worm pvr» WM| \ liMd |«fc*t fw ' blvfttry vnariMr w*«r. Unlintd outdoor jacktt for mild wtolher w»ar. K Pura wool collar!*** }«<V« for CDuial wtw. CONVERTIBLE JACKET iT. 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