The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 4, 1977 · Page 2
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 2

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 4, 1977
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XAVC.ynTK NEWS (Conn.I Saturday. May 8,1916- Page 3 Engagements »Wed dings - A nniversares MISSDONNAPAGLl'CIA (Piombo-Dudrou) MRS. MICHAEL KAMBOWNIK nee Karen Szczesuil MISSKOSADaSILVA mondCharbonneau) M1SSJAXE ROBERTSON Donna Lynn Paglucia Karen Szczesiul Bride Rosa DaSilva Engaged Jane Robertson To Wed Rickard Law/o, Engaged Of Michael N. Kar^uk MrBro Peter Evan Mr. and Mrs. Uomenic The future groom was Pagiucia. 347 South Uonard graduated from Naugatuck High Slrcct. Waterbury. announce Ihe School and attended Matlatuck engagement of Iheir daughter. Community College He is Donna Lynn, to Richard Alan presently employed by Uniroyal. Uwlor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Inc. as a pipe filter Knlx'rt Lavvlor.Mi Quinn Street. The couple are planning an August 7 wedding al in o'clock in St. Patrick's Church. Walerbury. A reception will be held at the KA j )KN - _ Second child Elks Club. Rubber Avenue, in Naimatuck Miss Pagiucia is a graduate of John F. Kennedy High School. Waterbury. and was graduated from Annhurst College. Woodstock, wilh a BA degree in English and Elementary Education ' *"* Local Horsemen Receive Honors In Horse Show Eric and Joan Anderson, 31! Gunntown Rd,. both participated in the N'onncwaug Regional High School Athletic Association Horse Show on May 7. Joan's whose show age is 11, won second place in horsemanship over fences and sixth place in horsemanship championship. Eric, 4. won fourth place in the lead line class sponsored by R & R Communications. The Iwo young horsemen are being trained by Miss Hillary Swift in South Britain. daughter. Jill Beverly, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard II. Kamen. Hilda Dr.. May J in St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Kamen is Ihe former Beverly A Uaummer. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Raummcr. Naugaluck and Mrs, Harold Kamen. Bridgeport. ; ?-' * 7-'-' -f, r T 1 NOLAN — A sun. Daniel Michael.] lo Mr and Mrs. John DvN'olan.i so LeClair Cl., April, 28 in. Walerbury Hospital. Mrs. Nolan is the former Adis Perez. Miss Karen Ann Szczesiul and Michael Nicholas Karbownik were united in marriage today at 12:30 o'clock in St Krancis Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Szczesiul, 572 Hunter Avenue. Mrs. Olga Karbownik and the late Michael Karbownik. iz Woodland Street. New Britain are the parents of the groom. Rev. John K. Lynch celebrated the nuptial Mass and double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with vases of while snapdragons, blue carnalions, and lavender pom pons. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father wearing a white organza gown with panels ejnpire, bodice, A.Jine skirt, bishop sleeves, attached cathedral train. An Kalhy Szczesiul and Miss Therese Szczesiul. They wore gowns styled Similar lo that of the honor attendant in colors of orchid and green. The bridesmaids wore picture hats and carried old fashioned bouquets of assorted flowers. Miss Mclanie Szczesiul and Miss Kimberly Mislick. Glastonbury. served as flower girls wearing gowns of blue print with picture hats and carrying old fashioned bouquels of assorted (lowers. Mr. Victor Ventura, New Britain served as besl man and guests were ushered by John Bialy and George Karlin. both of NewRritain. • The mother -o! Ihe bride received guests wearing a mint green polyester gown with long sleeves and V neckline. The The engagement of Rosa DaSilva to Edward J. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W Brown. 1BH Nicholos Road. Wolcott. has been announced by her parents. Mr, and Mrs. .lacinto DaSilva. 2-> Tolles Square. A .Inne I'.! wedding at 10 o'clock in SI, Francis Church is planned wilh a reception to follow at the Portuguese Hall. Rubber Avenue. Miss DaSilva is a graduate of Naugaluck High School and employed as a file clerk wilh Travelers Insurance Company Mr. Brown graduated from Wolcoll High School. Mattaluck Community College, and Central Connecticut State College He is employed as :\ life and pension underwriter for Indianapolis Life Insurance Company, wilh 11 I) f'mley Associates. Learn To Swim Weeks Set For June Mr. and Robertson. Virginia, engagement .lane (iwvi \ Sluarl received an M AT degree from of Orange. Simmons College. She has since Mrs Jr.. announce the of their daughter, lo Peter Evan . been teacher, artist, and writer based in the Cape Ann. Massachusetts area Mr X.immermann holds di-erees from Brown Fniver.sily elbow length veil of English ff(X m's molher selected a gown illusion fell from a pearl em- ofijghi blue accented with sliver. A reception for approximately 2W guests attending from Ohio, ST n U ' M1 M VtoVan^Mrs' broidered and tulle' covered FS n e^ck n R t0 S,'r r umpf. M « Camelot hat. She carried a Carolyn Cir.. April 29 in nosegay of slephanotis, Waterbury Hospital. Mrs. sweetheart roses, miniature Slrumpf is'lhe former Diane J carnations and blue baby's breath. Miss Sally Siczesiul served as maid of honor wearing a gown of blue print voile with lace insert trim on boifice, sleeves anii neckline. She wore a complementing picture hat and carried an old fashioned bouquet of assorted flowers Vincent's Guild Meeting Szczepanski, DIDONIS — A daughter, Christine Ann. to Mr. and Mrs. Paul I) Dudonis. S5 Porter Avc., April 30 in Waterbury Hospital, Mrs. Dudonis is the former Mary R Johnson On Monday. May ID al 7::tu North Carolina. Massachusetts, pm the 1-idies Guild of Si Vincenl Ferrer's Church will mecl for Ihe regular monthly meeting al the Beacon Valley Grange Hall on New Haven Rd . and surrounding Connecticut towns was held at Waverly Inn with music for dancing provided by Rich Bobinsky. Upon the couples return from a Mrs. Marie N'ilowski. chair- wedding trip to Cove Haven in the man „( ihc- tag sale commiltec I.KNGYKL — A son. Timothy Francis, to Mr. and Mrs. John F. I.engyel. 521 Andrew Ml. Rd May 2 in Walerbury Hospital. "Mrs. I.engyel is the former Frances A Harber. The bridesmaids were Barbara Slavinski. Mcriden and Miss Lori Cook, Cleveland. Ohio, Junior bridesmaids were Miss Poconos they will be at home at 12 Woodland Street. New Britain. The brick is a graduate of Naugatuck High School and the practical nursing course in Miss Marymount Hospital in Garfield Heights. Ohio. The groom graduated from New Britain High School. Borough Native Recognized Authority In Science Of Handwriting Analysis HyltlTIISLOASI of handwriting analysis and is currently gathering material for her second book. Barbara Bickford Harding is the daughter of Mrs. Lillian Stein The science of graphology has teen in the forefront in Ihe past week as handwriting cxperU o- , pour over the purported will of and the late Jack Stem. Barbara Howard Hughes lo determine its is a product of the local school authenticity. system and as a child was A borough native has become fascinated with handwriting, an expert in this Held having had even conscious of what type pen one book published on Ihe subject she used. Approximately ten years ago she became deeply involved with analysis graduating from the International Graphoanalysis Society in Chicago, a two-year school' established in the two's. Barbara is now a certified Graphoanalyst. Since then she has researched everything available on the subject learning the art has been around since the 16th century and is currently offered as a crcdil course in most European colleges. From her studies she has formed her own original theory o! grapho-thcraphy which blends the traditional analysts of the 1GA in Chicago with a sensitive psychological evaluation of the total personality. Barhjra a tall, blonde attractive mother of a college-age son and a teen-age daughter managestbeboaulysalon of Saks requests anyone having items to donate bring them to Ihe meeting. Thelagsale will beheld on Sunday. May 16 al the Pedlars' Market on New Haven Rd from ID am to sell out. Committee- members assisting Mrs Nilowski are Mrs. Grace Perkins, Mrs. Ann Pichulo and Mrs. Helen Phillips Plans for Ihe June o Communion Breakfast will be finalized wilh tickets for this event available at Ihe May meeting Members of Ihe Guild have l>een making plans for a bus trip lo Rocky Hill lo attend a dinner show at the Polynesian Ihikelau Restaurant The plant sale now in progress will continue throughout the ura [rels month of May Orders may lie She has a Iheorv," that hand- placcdwith Guild members after Br(s writing not onlv reveals one's ail Masses, irescnt characler but can be Mrs Angie Erk is in charge of used to develop desired trails plans for a June 14 barbecue and through intensive concentration, raffle She is accepting reser- The N.tuealuck VMCA Physical Ilirector. Jack Fruin Jr. and Vsislanl Wayne l.urix have declared ihi 1 first ihree weeks in .lime. Learn Tn Swim Weeks. A quickie Tiny Tot and Aqua Haliy Session will be held twice a. week Carting-. Tuesday. June 1st anil Thursday. June "Ird and enilini; Tuesday. Jinn' l.ilh and Tliuv.-d-i;.. Juw 17th -\ny ir.mher interested m tlie program should sgn-up in person ut '-he "Y". Times for the Aqua Rally Class is tna in - I" :«iam and Id..SO to Il-Ki lor Ihe Tiny Tols. Niui-Y inemlier.- nr any members thai were not able lo attend rccular swim classe.- dnrine Ihe >ear are urged lo vegi.-ter al ihe "Y" for Ihe "Learn lo S\\im Summer Session". Classes will start Wednesday. June ind and con- litnie lor three days a week. Monday. Wednesday and Friday i :;n p.m • i-i'i pm ending Friday, June ISth Assistant l>iu>ieal Hireclor. Wayne l.urix asserted mothers should definitely enroll llieir children lo lea* them for ihe on-comme Mimmcr swim ^ca^nn The YMCA Progressive Swim Program will lie tausln lo all |iait;cip.tnts «ver six years nf aiy A slight fee will lie charged tor all programs. Call Ihe "Y" al '/imim-nn;mn. <nn fit Mr. and Mrs Armand I. Zimmcrmann. -r--- .- .- wb«, reside al 7:) lienton Street in •""' "^« rti Diversity He „ New Haven. Mrs /.immcrmann currently working as a Russian is connected wilh the Iwrough interpreter and encyclopedist in school svslem R.ickporl. Massachusetts He Afler'her graduation from plans lo continue his study o the Duke Fnivrrsitv in 19M. Miss ^^ la>«es '« » n " clliral Robertson moved to Boston, candidate at Cornell l.mversily Massachusetts, where she in September. After the wedding which will takeplaceinHoekporlon May 15. ihe couple will'make their home in llhaca. New-York. Senior Citizens Jamboree Set For'Wednesday Rap Session especially in education. She has already trained many teachers who are seeking another means of evaluating Iheir students. This is a scrims subject rat one to be taken lightly or for entertainment, Barbara feels. llf(,IIKS F1I.M HOl.LYWiltll) -I'lM' - Warren Realty announced tie will produce and star in a new movie based on Ihe life of Howard Hughes for Warner On Wednesday. May 12lh, several hundred elderly persons from all over Connecticut will be participating in a Senior Citizen Jamboree The event, which is co-sponsored by Ihe Western Connecticut Jewish Community Center, will be held al N'ewiiiglon's Mill Pond Park from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m Activities for the day include dancing, singing, games, fitness and yoga demonstrations, diel and health care programs, door •prizes, senior cilizen en tertainment groups and a special bicentennial production by the Diane Gotawala School of Dance. A special picnic lunch will be available al a minimal charge. DID YD!.' KNOW THAT ... Hampton. Va is Ihe oldest continuous English-speaking scltlemenl in America' Founded in 16!li. seven years before the Pilgrims landed m Ma-s.ntiu- ^e:is. Hampton is Hiie nf many Hicen'enrnal> "f the Historic Chesapeake Bay Circle Tour Fur a tree copy "ith' 1 wider ilescrihnu; the minor mur write Chesapeake liny Brake-Tunnel. Problems a|«' V.I The Naugatuck Association for Children with Learning Disabilities invites parents and teachers to allend a "Hap Session". May 19th. 7:30 p.m. al City National Bank. Meadow- Sired. This meeting will be Ihe last scheduled meeting of the school year. Topics to be discussed are: rrograms requested by parents, report cards, recent legislation. numter of general meetings, summer programs and learning problems in general. Guys'n Gals Square Dance In Seymour Guys 'n Gals Square Dance Club will slage a dance Sunday. May 9. from 7 io 9 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall, \67 Main St.. Seymour. Club level dancers and speclalors are welcome The caller will be Shirley- Richard and Rounds will be cued by Mrs, Betty Navage, Refreshments will be served t can change lite pattern of their handwriting resulting in a personality change. A parent, according lo Barbara, can watch their children's writing, see their growth, anticipate crisis and spot depressions. Handwriting is really brain writing: a visualization of one's truest self, according to her. Being awareof what handwriting •• „. . -j.i reveals makes a person healthier mBoston.Sheisnowaresidento! ,£ ^^^ Concord, Mass.. and uses her f knowledge to work fret-lance lecturing, teaching.working wilh personal directors of firms and with doctors. For Barbara, Ihe way you cross your Tees, Ihe direction you slant your letters and even Ihe rrcssure exerted on your strokes all reveal pieces of individuals' Her tx»k "Your Showing", published in 1974 is the text used in the courses she has taught al the Boston and Cambridge Centers of Adult Education. Barbara has appeared on television stvnvs in Ihe Boston areas speaking on her theories of handwriting Durin 8 a recenl inlcr " cvv slw analysis is a useful tool for * csl » laturts » BARBARA BIXFORD HARDING . she Barbara believes the use of this science will Brow in Ihe future ....^ Company. (This reporter, although never valions for the baroque lo h held at her home on New H.iven Rd Refreshments will be served al Ihe Monday meeting by Mrs. Uirraine Kceser. Mrs I.euise Robinson, and Mrs. <!a,i! Knssi. having had her handwriting analyzed by Barbara, was once a non-believer in Ibc science hut became a believer after very carefully insuring the (vrson making an analysis of a sample of her writing had no way of securing any previous knowledge of her personality or background. The report received was so accurate it was eerie. Thinking possibly this reporter wanted lo believe the contents of the report it was shown lo several persons who know the real me and the reaction was the same, it was uncanny. I am a true believer of the science! Roth of Barbara's parents' families are well known in Ihe borough. Her lather, the late Jack Stein was a well known golfer in the area as were other membersof theSteinfamily. Her molher is the, former Lillian Tuckey. The Tuckey family's athletic skills need no recounting for older borough residents. The name Tuckey and football are synonymois. (I TOR) MR AM) MRS. JAMFJHTnnAN. of 85 Evening Star Dr.: Mr. indMn. D»-U Wtr- nrr of 18 Evening Star Dr • Mr. and Mrs. David Badgtr. of 69 Evening Star nr.^Ntus.tuck. «rc shown on ItieDtck of the Home Line's Flagship. "S.S. Oceanic", just before sailing Irom Ihe Isle of Manhattan to Ihf sunny Isle of Nassau in the tropical Bahamas on a week's holklty cruise. iPUOTOCourttsyol Home Lines)

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