The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 6, 1977 · Page 3
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The CUBCO or Robert Painter, Rubber iivenui 1 , ""'I P"" 1 Knviich, 12 Aotnn uti'oet, nhni'Kcd with brunch of ponce, wore nolled this morn- Ink '" boronKh court, with Jutljto Martin L. Calno, pronlcllnjr. Is always tho RIGHT answer! GoocJ flexibility for toos eon- itanlly moving, good support for non-moving hools, good fool hoalrh for iho future I And good comfort for th» present! Everything's good about PLAY-POISE 1 ^ The ONLY Children's Show with this feature—**. Mr. Skoronskl Wed Tuesday Edmund Skoronskl, son of Mr. nnd Mr«, W.llllam Skoronskl, .285 Qulnn utroot, look as his bride Tuesday at. St. Thomas' church, \Va- torbury. Miss Antoinette Scalo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scalo of Watorbury. MI.HH Cll Scalo served her sis- tur fis maid of honor, and brldes- mniclM wore Miss Natalie Scalo, another sister, tind Miss Pauline Sko- roriMld, Mister of the brldugroom. Edward Morytko served us' best man, and ushers were John Scalo, brother of the bride, and Hallie Tuttlc, 'brothcr-ln-law of the bridegroom. At a reception held following thn ceremony at the Waterbury Women's club, guests were present from Ntuigtituck, Beacon Falls, New Jersey, New York, and New Britain. Upon their return from a wedding trip to Niagara Falls, New York, and Canada the couple will reslclu ul 20 John street. Conducts Legion Memorial Rites Mrs. Mac Erodur conducted an improBflivo memorial service for 14 momberH of the American Legion Second District la.st night at the .•irmcluxlon of the Second District mooting held In Wa'llngford. During the coromonlvj, "The Rosary" wan sung by Mrs. Ruth Wllcox. Anv.mg those attending the ecs- Uon from the borough wore: Mrs, Mdry ViinVlnndrcn, president of t.ho locnl American Legion auxiliary; Mrs. Margaret Maxwell, Mrs. Maude Lewis, Mrs. Anna Morris, Mius Anna Noldc, Miss Mary Loary, Mm, Brodcr find Mrs. Wilson. All members of the local auxiliary aro reminded of tho kitchen shower, which will be held tomorrow ovonlnB at the "Legion Home fin Ccdur struct 1 at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Etnma Trestrall will bo hostess, Piu'pfiNo of tho shower Is to obtain i kitchen Implements for the Home. Confirmation, Reunion Sunday At-Hillside'* Confirmation ceremonies for a class of 10 will be v cond'u-ctcd:-by the Rev. Paul W. Peterson during tho 11 o'clock Sunday morning service. May 12 at the Hillside Congregational. church. Members of the class include: Duahc Anderson, Barbara Burtnett, Ann Ruse Erickson, Carl Magn'U- so'n, Joun Moeckel, Kenneth Smith, Clifford Swarison. Dorothy Taylor, Mildred Taylor and Eleanor Wilson. In the evening at 7:30 o'clock a confirmation reunion sponsored by the Young People's society will be held, with the following members 'as committee heads: Donald. 1 Swanson, program; Eleanor Jenzell, invitations; Harriet Anderson, refreshments; Elsie Peterson, registration. Greetings will bo extended from out-of-town residents, formerly confirmed in the local church. An address will be given by the Rev. Peterson, and Bibles presented to- each member,, of the confirmation class. A social period will conclude the evening's activities. .?,'! to HOD NORWASH'S SIxii'M l''nr Tin 1 Knmlly Ncary Building CHURCH STREET Naugatuck, Conn. KKCf) rilMSSUKK COOKKItS O, M. flU'lCTIHC AI.AKM CLOCKS M. WOLFF s:» GUANO ST., v«"nniY Surprise Party Held Recently A NUi-prl.se birthday party was hold recently In honor of Miss MucU'lyn Kuccarelll at her home, 012 South Main street. The giuist of honor rocolvud many glftt). Refreshments were served, giimn.'i playod and singing and dancing enjoyed. Those 1 attending were: Myi'nn. r.ong, Mary Mnngaccl, Lucille Zuc- curolll, Mai'lo Nardello, Joan Long. Lorrnlnc Glnncarli, Ann Marchitcl- lu, Joan Masl, Calvin LaRosa, Ml- (.•hticl Moffo, C. F. Clprlano, Louis Nardello, Ralph Dcschlno Terrenco Mncy, Robert Macy, Robert Millor, Cyru:i Wcddurmnyor, Philip Contl. Richard Shegrue. Nicaragua !:•-. about one-third ine- of Gc-jrgla. the Attend Garden Club Meeting Four members of the Garden department of the Naugatuck Woman's c'.ub, including the retiring and newly-appointed chairman, attended tho semi-annual convention of the State Federation of Garden clubi yesterday in New Haven. Thosu attonlng were: Mrs. Clar- uncc E. Fenniman, retiring chairman; Mrs. Chester Bosworth, newly-appointed chairman; Mrs, James •R. Waldclich and MI-K. Henry Wru- blewskl. The Garden department has been 'invited to attend a meeting-of the Watnrbury Garden club Monday evening at the Bunkov Hill church at S o'clock. Allan Wood, Ji\, of WT1C will be giiuct speaker. There will bo no meeting of the local department May 14 as previously scheduled. Annual J\ieeting In Ne'w'If avert''^' The 65th -annual' business- meeting of the Connecticut branch'-'c-f the Woman's auxiliary to the na'- tional council of the Protestant Episcopal church, will be held Friday, May 17, opening at 10 o'clock in the morning at Trinity, parish house, 53 Wall street, New Haven. 'The Rev. C. Lawson Willard, Jr., rector of Trinity church on ,the Green will open the sessioa with prayers. The Rev. Willord '.was one of the Community Lenten services speakers at St. , Michael's Episcopal church, preaching - here March 21. . Miss Carolyn Ely Chapman, president, will conduct the business' session, at which reports will be given by officers and chairmen. Noonday prayers will be given by the Right Rev. Walter H.' Gray, bishop coadjutor of Connecticut! .' Prior to the luncheon the Right Rev. Frederick 'G. Budlong, bishop oC the 'diocese, will extend greetings. Mrs. John E. Hill', a member of the national council "of the Protestant Episcopal church, will address the assc'mbly in the afternoon 'on the' subject, 'The Work of the''Na- tional Council." Announce Birth Of Son Recently Mr., and Mrs. ; Pa.Esy~Trlano of South Mum" street, announce the birth of n son, Anthony Thomas, May 2 at St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Triano was the former, Miss Rose CristellO. ' ' Bride-To-Be Recent Guest Miss Connie Spezzano of Waterbury, who will become the bride of Anthony Zaronns of. the 'borough. May 25, was honored at a miscellaneous shower recently at the Brooklyn Y. M. C. A. lovely costume brooches pearl necklace Costume Brooches. Cold-plated stcr- lini; with flashing stones. Beautifully matched. Double strand. HOLMES & EDWARDS STERLING INLAID SILVERPLATE with 3 fiery diamonds Elegance! 3 Bril liant Diamonds! SO pc. Service with Cliest. Choice of 3 patterns. USE OUR CREDIT PLAM x State Club To* Hear Davenport One of the outstanding speakers on the agenda at the 19th annual convention oC the Connecticut State Federation of Women's clubs when it meets at the 'Hotel Taft, ' New Haven, May 21, 22 and 23, will be Russell. Wheeler" Davenport. ' • Mr. Davenport was a reporter for Time magazine in 1923,' writer on Fortune magazine in 1930; became managing, editor of Fortune in 1937; was personal representative for Wendell L. Willliie during the campaign in 1940. He returned to Fortune in 1941 as Editor.'.In 1942 he became Chief Editorial writer for L/lfe magazine. Mr. Davenport Is author of "Through Traffic" a novel and has written several poems, outstanding among them being "Afy Country," a poem of America. Mrs. Elliott'I. Peterson of Greenwich, president, will preside at the j convention. . . • .• >•••• -•' .' Nearly 100 At. Supper Event Of Methodists Approximately 100, including new members; and their families attended a Fellowship supper Tuesday evening at the Methodist church. New members were introduced after the supper. ' Activities of the church an'd its organization were explained by group presidents and representatives. -Group singing was enjoyed undier the -leadership of Edgar Wyatt, with Mrs. Raymond Paul at the piano. Feature entertainment was the presentation of a radio sketch coached by Mrs. Paul entitled, "After the Church Supper". "Those, j appearing • in the cast w.crc: , Mrs. | Norma Paul. Mrs.'.Fannie Wood, j Mrs. Mabel Zettlemciyer, Mrs. Ruth | Obst, Mrs. Mabel Adkins and Mrs, Harriet Clark. In charge of plans for the supper were Mrs Cornelius VanVlan- dren, Mrs. Theodore Zerbe and Albert Markey. Supper arrangements were in charge of members of the Woman's Society of Christian' Service, Mrs. Myrtle Donovan, president. An informal reception for new members concluded 1 'the evening's activities. Local Girl To Play With Orchestra Miss Justine Sanford, xylophonist, of Nsiugatuck. .will, participate with the Waterbury Junior Symphony orchestra tonight in its debut in Wllby High school auditorium at 8 o'clock. She will be ac- tompunie at the piano by Miss Carol Walker, also of Naugatuck. There were 1,217 first class post- ofllces in the United States in 103D. There were 3,592 of the second class, 10,077 third class and 29.425 of the fourth class. Youths Plan' Mother's Tea Plans are near completion for the Mother's Day'tea. to be held Sunday afternoon, May 12, at 3:30 6'clock under the- 'auspices 'of the Methodist Youth Fellowship of the local Methodist church in the church hall. More than CO are expected to be in attendance at the annual event'. In view of the program there will be no evening meetinpr of the youth group. •Joyce Anne Kanehl is chairman of the program assisted by Helen Wyatt, Lois Campbell" and Ruth Matson. In charge of the dining room will be Shirley Cam and Jean Woodside, with Miss Kanehl and Helen Wyatt, pouring. They will be assisted by Margaret Emery and Marion Bolton. Phyllis Reed and Catherine Boyd arc included on the reception committee, with the clean-up committee consisting of Miss Campbell, Shirley Mahaffey, Jean Boyd, Miss Bolton, Anna Mae Zcrbe and Miss Kanehl. •WAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. MAY'9,-lB4fr^FAOK Abels Return From Motor Trip r Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Abel of Mlllville avenue, 'have returned from a week's motor trip through Pennsylvania. Mr. Abel attended Consistory of Scottish Rite Masons, a three-day reunion of Williamsport where the fourth to the 32nd' degrees were conferred on a .clasa of 500 candidates. More than -2,500 attended the final banquet. During their stay in Philipsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Abel spent a day O.vith the Misses Nancy and Priscilla Kinkead, former Naugatuck residents. Shepards Return From Florida Mr. and Mrs. William O. Shepard of Millville avenue, have returned from Clearwater, Fla., where they spent the winter. Church Helpers In Final Season "Meet The final meeting of the season 'was held yesterday afternoon by the Church' Helpers of St. Michael's Episcopal church in the parish house, with 38 present and opening with the serving of a covered-dish luncheon, '' Mrs..Albert Miller presented • .a monologue, which was followed by a business session conducted by Miss Annie L, Carley. president. Plans for the annual Fall fair were discussed and committees partially appointed. Miss Carley will I be general chairman. Convalescing At Home Here Mrs. Wlnona Hanks is convalescing at her home, 315 North Main street, after being a patient at St Mary's hospital, where she was treated for a throat ailment. 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