The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 3, 1977 · Page 3
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NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Friday, May ^, 1976-Page 5 Bingo Party To Benefit YS Wilderness Program NaugatucV Youlh Services and water canoeing, rocK climbing the American Legion Post No. 17, and extensive time under will co-sponsor a Bingo Night on emotional and physical Friday, May 14,7:30 p.m. at (he pressures. Through group American Legion Home on Cedar decision making and objective Street. A share of the proceeds setting, the individual learns to from the event will go towards cooperate and communicate the $1,500 necessary to purchase more effectively with others. The basic camping equipment such as Wilderness Program offers lents, backpacks, and sleeping young people an opportunity for bags for Youth Services' personal growth and devetop- proposed Wilderness Program, ment, articulation of their own Churches, service groups and goals for improved relationships ' ' ' at home or in school, plus a chance to realize abilities, gain self confidence and strengthen personal motivation. The Youth Services Committee has high hopes of starling this worthwhile program around Ihe first of June and would like to encourage anyone with further MALVERN, PA. Marl* A. Cartnhi wu awarded the fuurtnce Institute of America Certificate In General IniUiance >i a rnult of the institute's recent examinations. The Certificate In General Insurance is granted lo persons who have completed a three^emester study program and three national examinations In property ind liability Insurance. Maria is employed at Root & Boyd, Inc. N'augaluck Office where she is supervisor of personal lines business. She is an active member of the W»l«bury Association of Insurance Women. This certificate also qualifies Maria for the designation of Certified Professional Insurance Woman, an award granted by the National Association of Insurance Women. The Insurance Institute ol America Is a nationally recognized nonprolil educational organliatlon supported by the Insurance Industry. HA courses are widely used by insurance company personnel and are the authoriied study programs of the nitlon's Iwding agenl, adjuster and Insurance broker organizations. During Ihe past year, insurance personnel sat for more Dun 23,000 examinations In all HA programs. Acquisitions. He presently holds membership in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, the The Walerbury Chapter of Securities Operations Division of N.A.A. will hold its regular the Securities Industry monthly meeting at Armond's Association and Ihe National Restaurant on Straits Turnpike. Association of Accountants. Watertown. Tuesday May M. Mr. Kilkeary resides in Wayne. The Board of Directors New Jersey with his wife Patricia meeting scheduled at -1:30 p.m. and their two .children. His will be followed by a fellowship hobbies include golf, bridge, and hour. Dinner will be served at tennis. r.:30 p m Guest speaker John Kilkeary will address the chapter on the topic of"SFCRe<]uiremenls"at 7 p.m. The public is invited to hear John speak, -a: - ^i. i<; • i' -••>Mr."KilkearY';'received-his Bachelor's degree from Fordham clubs are being approached in hopes of soliciting community wide support for this fund raising effort. The Youth Services Committee and staff have developed this Wilderness Program based on concepts of Outward Bound. Twenty junior high and high .. school age young people will have questions to conlact the Youlh the opportunity to face the Services office or any Committee challenges of wilderness survival through backcacking, white Robert Bearce In Student's Who's Who member. Waterbury Student Art Show THE ANNUAL American Association of University Women's scholarship was presented loMIss Mary Schmelcke Monday evening at Ihe annual association dinner meeting. President Grade Stone, I Mrs. Frances Schmelcke, Miss Mary Schmelcke, and Mrs. Regina Birdsjll, chairman of the scholarship committee are shown above. I (NEWSphotobyNewman) John Kilkeary To Address Accountants Saint Margarel's-McTernan Salem LCW School, 565 Chase Parkway, .-,,.,. •,, Waterbury, announces a Spring Will Meet Art Exhibition by secondary schools in Ihe city of Waterbury. Academy and Saint Margaret's- ™ e *«*"* *' '* , hcld<:a , t "f McTernan School church parlor ' 14 Salera Slre *'' AH proj^s wi,i be freely ««" »* tai " ess mreIin S "> be submitted by Art Department chairmen, and three book awards will be presented for exemplary work Judging will be done by to give the work- , , . at 7:3 ° pra ' foIlOTed b > a sell-employed were in- carpenter , andMrs Pioneer Square Dance Club Sponsors Event The Pioneer Square Dance Club will sponsor a dance Saturday night, May 8, at the Community School in Prospect from 8 to II p.m. The caller will be Carmen Fonlanerosa and round dancers will be cued by Leonard and Helen DiFederieo. Door prizes and refreshments will be featured. All Club level dancers are welcome. St. Francis Church Fair Booth Items , . i Little ROBERTBEARCE Robert M. Bearce, 128 Prospect Street, Naugaluck, was recently elected to Who's Who Among will enjoy conip honor anv wor] Students in American Junior Colleges. A senior at Maltatuck Community^College, Robert has been very active.as President of the Student Congress, Treasurer of Ihe Veterans Club and is a member of several school , llml iu M«.»••.£- --.-., organizations including the Stale staff of Ernst 4 Ernst. New ^ork 1(J a( g p m at llre n. e ]d house on Society. Art Club. ACE (Adults in " ~ J '"'"* " -"'""'" Continuing Education! Steering , . Commillee, Student Personnel final Meeting - _ . The Peter J. Foley Little University where he majored in , UE Women > s Auxiliary will Accounting. In 1962 he pined the hoU jls mec(in g on Monday, May shown. The exhibit will run May 10- May 28. The gallery is open weekdays from 9 a.m - 2 p.m. Admission is free and the public is cordiallv invited. City and was elected a partner in Scott gj October 1973. Refreshments will be served In November 1972. .Mr. af[er , he business meeting. Kilkeary spoke lo the Waterbury Molhers are requested lo attend Chapter of N.A.A. on the role of andai(iw ithlr,ebusiness at hand. Ihe Accountant in Mereers 4 Eagle FULL-LENGTH DUSTERS ONLY In Pretty Prints, Gripper Front Gifts.. With Love.. Boxed and Wrapped and Bowed PROSPECI SHOPPING CENTfd WURBlfflY-PHOSPECT RO. OftllY 9-45 TO 5:45 THURS. & FBI. 9:45-7:45 Committee. Connecticut Concerned Veterans, National Association of Concerned Veterans and holds a position on Ihe Executive Board of the Veterans Club. Among his social activities, Robert is associated with American Legion Post No. 195, YMCA. National Geographic Society. Smithsonian Institute Society and the U.S. Army Reserves. in the Spring of 1975. were notified that the Rock Point Mission was in need of two people im.™, « t . m. »u,. """• u '~ with cxacllv their qualifications. by_ participating schools will be ^^^ Smp ^. .. We|e[t the 9th of .June, for the most wonderful experience of our lives." "We loved every'minute of it, as trying as it was at limes, nnd we do hope to go hack, as soon as we can." The Simpsons spent six months at Ihe mission. The work was basically a volunteer situation. They received only a small monthly stipend from the mission Chairman Edward Crocco and to help pay for groceries. Co-chairman Mary Gagnon Mrs. Dorothy Curran. Salem announce the final meeting lor I-CW president, invites all women the "Mother of the Year" event ofSalemloattend the meeting on will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Tuesday. Mrs. James Reynolds. Ihe Eagle Home, High St. in charge of the program, said All committees and chairmen the Simpsons enthusiasm for a re urged to attend so final plans their work is catching, and all may be completed for the w-ill want to see the slides of Ihe "Mother oE the Year" program, mission and hear about their Sunday. May 16. work ihere. Following African Violet State Society Meeting Trumbull, Ways and Means: Mrs. James Beckwilh. Wesl Haven. Plant Sales and Mrs. Edgar Varick, Mi!ford. Special Events. Mrs. Frank Burton. Program Chairman, has announced that slides will be presented by Mr. "The Nutmeg Slate African Ed S ar Varicki ""'" Violet Society will hold their annual Spring Meeting on Sunday. May 16. at the Red Coach Grille, 354 Saw Mill Road, West Haven, al 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Ralph Caye, ol Windsor, President will preside. The following Standing Committees have been appointed by Mrs. Caye, for the next Iwo years: Mrs. Frank Burton, Old Say'brook, Program; Miss Ruin Halch, Killingly, properties and Nulmegger Editor; Mrs. Stanley Traskcrs, Haddam, Affiliate Chapter; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adams, Shelton, Time and Place; Mrs. Arnold Haeussler, Publicity; Mrs. Lester Neltleton. Burton taken al the 30th Anniversary African Violet Society of America Convention which «as held al Atlanta. Georgia. Mrs. Lester Netlleton. Chairman of Ways and Means would like members lo make donations for her lable at ihis meeting. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Joseph Adams, no later than May 7. the, program, refreshments will be served. CARD OF THANKS 1-aura Dumschott would like to thank her friends and relatives for Ihe cards and (lowers, and other acls of kindness during her recent slay at Waterbury Hospital. Communion Breakfast The Daughters of Isabellas held their scheduled meeting Tuesday May 4 in Ihe basement of Si. Francis School at 7 p.m. A letter from the International Regent was.read. The Books on Pro-Life were received. The Communion Breakfast will be held at The Mission Church at 10 a.m. on May 23. All those interested, please conlact Mrs. Betty Kesches at 172MM7) or Mrs! Jannette Hildreth (729-1038) as soon as possible so reservations may be made. Ethel LaPerriere will be chairman for the Installations. A Nominating committee will be. picked at Ihe next meeting for elections of Officers. All Past Regents will be hosted Sept. 7 The Daughters of Isabellas will sponsor a Girls' Scout group from St. Francis Church. The next meeting will be held June 1 at 7 p.m. in Ihe All Purpose Room o! St. Francis School. Mrs. Carlelon Mahan and Mrs. Katherine Myers are the cochairmen for the Country Store booth lo be operated at the St. Francis Church (air on June 16. 17. 18 and 19. They are seeking articles for their boothand needassistance in gathering up such items as jams. jellies, handmade articles either crochet or knitted, used jewelry, needlepoint etc. If you will conlact either Mrs. Mahan at 729-8614 or Mrs. Myers at 729-1729 they will pick-up the items at anytime. Church Presents Film Entitled Time To Run Pinebrook Assembly of God, City Hill and Wooster Streets, will present the film. "Time to Run." Sunday at 7 p.m., it was announced by the Rev. Coleman Barlow, pastor. Filmed on location in Southern California, the film stars Ed Nelson. Randall Carver, Barbara Sigel. Joan Winmill and Gordon Uigsby. The slory of a family in conflict, the film contrasts a father who is a hard driving, success- oriented industrial engineer who is over involved in his job and a leenaged son who fe^ls his father's plant is a threat to the environment. The son meels a girl who has found a spiritual dimension to her life, and the ctfuple attend a Jesus people rally -where love and understanding-reach,ou! to the Mattatuck Community College voun g roatv The film has appeal TO persons of all age-yeups and deals with questions arut'ittiluiles prevalent .in today's society. There is no admission charge and the public is invited. For more information, call 729-9770. registration. The remainder of ttwse were resolved before the Ihe reluming students will d , rf istraljon register according to time ap- prior poinlments on .Saturday, May 8. between Ihe hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Dr. John Blake. Director of Records at Maltatuck. staled this new registration appeared successful in providing a more efficient registration for the fall 1976 semester. Very few- course conflicts were encountered by the students and Mattatuck Registers Students registered approximately 800 reluming students including 160 veterans on May 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Harvester Road Campus. Reluming senior year status students were given time appointments for this registration. eturning students registered by mail, such procedure resulting in many course conflicts to be resolved before registration . could be completed With the procedure , argc number of s(u(Jenls Tbe discovery of Ihe Hawaiian islands came as late as the eigblh ccnlury. A.D.. possibly because of its location and small size. I.VMEMORIA.M In loving memory of our daughter and sister Kellee A. Moshka (Mouse). One of God's children, deeply missed. Mom and Dad Lisa. 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