The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 17, 1977 · Page 1
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 1

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, January 17, 1977
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Former Resident Learns "It's A Small World" NAUGATL'CK NEWS (Conn.) Tuesday, May 25.1976 -Pages Naugatuck Elks Club Marks 71st Anniversary The Naugatuck Lodge of Elks Naugaluck Lodge of Elks and the will celebrate its 7lsl an- principles of Elkdom. who will be in ByRUTHSLOAM Loretta Spadola, Cherry St. Ext., presently makes her home in Muttontown, Long Island. Sharon Munn To Enter School In Rhode Island niversary Sunday, May 30 with a drnerdancestarlingat3:30p.m. at the new Elks Home, Rubber Ave. Honored guests at the festivity willbeJohnJ.iroey.JuniorPast Exalled Ruler, who has completed a successful year as head BROWNIE TROOP NO. 4188 was presented last week with an American Flag for their unit by the Ladies Auiil.Ury of Crusader Post VFW. Pictured lint row left to right are: Kimwly Smethurst, Ue Michelle Bender, Chris Walsh, and Leigh Ann Pesanelll. Second row. same order are: Jennifer Whltt, Kristin Massey, Tracey Sharon E. Munn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Munn, 19-5 Ridge Rd., has been accepted as a student for the coming year at Johnson and Wales College, Providence, R.I. Miss Munn will graduate from DiSUsk). Allison Ttarston, Darlene Coined, Ann Marie McGrath. Naugatuck High School in June. Mrs. Edith Limone and Mrs, Nina leronlmo, president of VFW Auxiliary. Third row, Mrs. Katharine Cabrlelson and Mrs. Linda Jiftf'lr (NEWSpholony Don Cousey) She was recently vacationing on the west coast of Florida with her four children and decided to The old adage "It's a Small roam through an antique shop World" [roved true again, at she happened upon. teas! as far as Dianne (Spadola) Dianne spoiled a sign ad- o ___ Mordlo is concerned. Dianne, a vert rang the fact the shop had old of ihe organization' borough native, daughter of Mrs. post cards for sale from all over Durifl - Ms , e m the world so she thought she'd * catch them by asking (or cards from Naugatuck, believing they would say "Naugatuck what?" Instead without a word they looked through their tiles and produced two picture post cards of Kaugahick both mailed from the borough in 1906, one to New Kennel Jersey and the other to Penn- , , , p, sylvania. MatCfl O/IOVV The card mailed to Platofield, ftt r, ,, New Jersey, is a picture of the L/ Kurd Exalted Ruler many programs were carried out, the most memorable of which was (he dedication of the new Elks home. Certainly Iheseaccomplishrnentswould not have been possible without his leadership and dedication to Ihe Special Event Rock Rimmon Grange, Pines Bridge, Beacon Falls, will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m., wilh James O'Gara, Master presiding. A combined memorial and patriotic program will be presented by Alice Owens, Chaplain. ' Needlework contestants are reminded thai qualified entries will be judged at Beacon Valley Grange July 16. Applications for 'membership are being accepted at this time. For further information call 7296959. Visitors are always welcome! Joseph Mengacci Granted Juris Doctor Degree Dignilaries allendance include Mayor William C. Hado and John J. Addario, District Deputy, Grand Exalted Rules, Connecticut Northwest, who will be the main speaker. The program for the event will start with a cocktail hour at 3:30 p.m. followed wilh a prime rib dinner. Dancing to the music of Ed Elliot and Ihe Country Creams will be enjoyed from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets may be obtained in the Elk Antler Room or by calling the Elks Lodge al 729-7967. All Elks and guests are invited. Mrs. W. Caney Will Head Smith Club .Mrs. Wilbur H. Caney, Jr.-, of Watertown, is the new president of the Western Connecticut Smilh Club. She was elected at the Club's annual meeting on May 13, to fill the unexpired term of Mrs. Samuel H. Edsall of Heritage Village, Soulhbury. Mrs. Leavenworth P. Sperry, Jr., of Middleburywas elecledfirst vice president to replace Mrs. Caney in that post. Other neiv officers are Mrs. W. Bigelow Ives, secor.d vice president; Mrs. Ivan S. Flood, secretary; and Mrs. H. then new Naugatuck High n avc y OU eve r seen a XobiU- School (presenlly used as the cujnlli ("show-lo-quint-lee") a Hillside Middle School). It was Chinese Crested Dog, a Tibetan sent to a Miss Ida Dennis and Spaniel, or an Australian signed Uncle Roy. Shepherd? These are among the The second card is a picture of ml y j^re Breeds that will be theotd Town Hall and was sent lo exhibited at Ihe Fourth Annual John Boos in Honesdale, Pa., by Match show of the Associated Bertha Hastings. j^ Breeds of New England Incidentally it is interesting to (ARBNE). The ARBNE Match note the card sent to New Jersey sfo v ^n, be held at Ihe beautiful hears a Jan. 17,1906 postmarked Banner Lodge show grounds o!f with a time stamp of 10:30 a.m. Route 143 in Moodus, Conand with a Plainfield postmark nK ti cu t i on Sunday May 30. dated January 18, 1906 with a judging'begins at 11 a.m. time stamp of 7 a.m. The Rare Breeds are pure bred The second card also indicates fogs nol as yet affiliated with the Foster Robertson, treasurer; all a one day mail service from Ihe American Kennel Club. The of Heritage Village, Soulhbury. borough lo Pennsylvania for a ARBNE is an association formed The Club's second annual Flea December 21, 1906 at 6 a.m. Io provide Match Show op- Market will be held on October 2 stamp in Naugatuck is followed porUinities for these breeds. Dogs at Quassapaug[Park, to benefit by aDecember22,1906at9a.m. have come from as far as the the Scholarship Fund of Smith stamp in Pennsylvania. This fast Wes[ coast and Bermuda to College. Last year's very suc- service cost the postal pa iron the compete. This year, over 250 dogs cessful Flea Market was held in big sum of one cent. representing 24 breeds will We can't help but wonder how compete in conformation and the mail moved so fast 70 years obedience rings. There will also ago and now with all the modern be junior handling competition. innovations such as zip codes, The ARBNE is fortunate to ob- automatic sorters etc. it crawls (aj n well-known and respected from one town to Ihe next. • ARC licensed judges for its Both cards were made in Match Show. Germany for the W.G. Hard it's a funn spectator event, Company, Naugatuck. offering something for everyone Dianne couldn't wait to show ; n the family! her mother of the "find" she had come across. Mrs. Spadola looked them over and was NEW OFFICERS OF Die Professional Nursts Association were installed as part ol its recenlbanquet at Ibe American Brass Country Club. Shown lelt to right are: Nancy Ambrose, Registrar: Arlint llallis. Vice president: Ruth YacMs, President; Elaine Hroadtrlck. Secretary; and Josephine Miller. Treasurer. (NF.WSpholo by Edward Newman) late MK Mengacci of Naugaluck, recently received his juris doctor degree during the 62nd annual held by the Loyola University,fSdiool of Law in New Orleans^ Over 200 senior law students were presented degrees by Rev. James C. Carter, S.J., president of Loyola, and Marce) Garsaud, dean of the School of Law. event. Something kept bothering her about the cards, she couldn't ffOITl Marietta put her finger onlit until[all1 at fl ^ son of J(B h once she remembered she had DmiJ ,- : _ ^ „- ' m Av _ * a Woodbury, and before that the Club was famous for its annual Antiques Shows, at first in the Edmond Town Hall in Newtown, ajid later in the Rogers Park Memorial Building in Danbury. dnairman for the 1976 Flea Market is Mrs Franklin Leerburger ol Heritage Village. Eighteen girls from Ihe club area have been accepted at Smith College for the Class of 1980. The Club's territory spreads from the New York Stale line on Ihe wesl to Waterbury and its environs on the east, and from Kent and Torrington on the north to Danbury and Naugatucfc on the south, and more than 200 Smith former owner.-. of. -LordlA's, .on New Haven Rd., Bertha Hastings lived dose by in her later years. class." Sunday, May 16.' Mr. Poudrier was the recipient of a BA degree at Ihe exercises. VFW Auxiliary Country Store Raising Event Planned Program Starts GOODI.ORD /"Vl J 7-1 I • 1 C<, J WALLER, Tex (upi) - (jitf fashioned Steeple Deed records show Jesus Christ * was a property owner in this small Texas community. married counle ooerated God's Saturday 'will be steeple- lag sale. Various types of Crusader Ladles Auxiliary to married couple operated wins ^.^ ^ ^ p ine b r ook vegetable and flowers may be Post No. 1946 Veterans of Foreign Assembly of God, City Hill and purchased on Ihe site or may be Wars will hold its regular Wooster Streets. ordered inadvanceby calling the meeting Thursday evening, May The new church, just com- church office at 729-9770. 29 at 8 pjn. in the VFW Hall, plrted and dedicated last month, Gord Bleacher is chairman of Rubber Avenue. 11 have special ceremonies for the tag sale and Ronald Brid- Members are reminded e event at 1 p.m. A huge crane schge is serving as chairman of starling with Thursday's meeting ill be brought in to lift the the plant sale. These evenls will and for the next five meetings eeple into place on the roof of continue through the day until 4 Airs. Viola Rek wiD conduct a W Colonial brick structure. p.m. Coffee and home made pies Country Store. She would ap- wil! he for sale as well. predate members bringing food The Rev. Coleman Barlow, stuffs and can goods to help her pastor, invites the public to at- wilh this project in any way the lend: Mercy Store after deeding the properly lo Jesus. They sold merchandise at cost, asking customers to leave a 10 per cent "tip" for profit. RICHLIN DISCOUNT HOME AND AUTO Mounlriew Shopping Plaza • Rubber A»«., Naugotuck ^~ Protect Now Against Summer Boilovers "Prestone" Car Care Dollar Days Get a $ 1.00 cash refund when you purchase PRESTONE H Coolant PLUS any one of the following products $ When you purchase "Prestone H" Coolant PIUS any on« ol Ihe other lour pioAjds shosm above. We'll send you back 51 00. Just send in Ihe proofs checked below. 3 "Preslonc II" Cootanl. Enclose as prooi ol purchase cap Inner liner from jug n "Prestone" Cooling System Products. Cash register receipt for any one can plus "AS number" found at the back of Ihe can. R*)MIW Flu* AS Rsdutoc S«I«T AS rtuvv DulyS«Jler AS IWizloi Anil Roll AS I MAHTOPRESTONEDOLIARDAYS | P.O. Box 6333 • Chicago. Illinois 60677 NAME ADDRESS . CITY_ -STM1 One taih rcfuTv] per lamify Void wtierr-et rxohibtted, licerafd, revlrkted. wlaied Alto* 4 to 6 «.«ks f« <Mivery Offer expire! September 1, 1976 The big day will begin at 10 m. with a tag and plant sale. inticjues, household Hems and othing will be featured at the Mrs. Richards Attends "Hands Up" Program manbers possibly can. AARP Chapter Dinner Dance Set For June The American Association of Mrs. Domenic A. Richards, to develop crime reduction chairman of the public affairs proposals. These groups merge _..„._ department of the Naugatuck into larger groups eventually to Rellred ?«>?'«. <•**&<* Voman's Club, will attend the onelargeunilwhere all proposals 'onnccticut Crime Summit are presented and discussed. teeling sponsored by the Con- Then Ihe most practical programsareseJected for further implementation. A followup committee selected from the Synconparticipantswit] begin pulling the crime education programs into action shortly aller the hand-up summit. Participants include: neighborhood groups, employees from neclicut Federation of Women's Clubs on May 25lh at Trinity Allege and will participate in the yncon process for developing crime reduction proposals. The "hands up" crime reduction program which the eneral federation of Women's Hubs is working on is funded under a grant from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, Department of lust ice. Syncon is a technique by which small groups (9-20 people) meet the Criminal Justice System, 3120) resource people, civic groups, law enforcement agents, ex- offenders, drug related personnel, social service agencies and others. hold its installation of officers and dinner on Thursday, June 10 at the Elks Club, Rubber Are. A cocktail hour from 5:30 p.m. lo 6:30 p.m. will precede Ihe buffet dinner. Dancing will be from 8:30 p.m. liL No tickets will be sold after Sunday, June 6. Tickets are available from'Al Benz, 31 Fairchild St. (telephone 729- CARD OF THANKS EGAN — A daughter, Angela Marie, lo Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Egan. Morning Dove Rd., May 16, in St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Egan is the former Diane M. Provenza. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. Provenza, Bronx, N.Y., and Mrs. Angelina Egan, Bronx, N.Y. PISTARELLI - A daughter, Jennifer Am, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Pistirelli, Jr., Window Court, May 19 in SI. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Pistardti is Ihe former Teresa Bofto. Grandparenls are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bopio Sr., Beacon Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pistarelti, Naugatuck. JOHNSON — A daughter, lo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, 7M Ridge Rd., May 20 in Griffin HcajlUl Daby. Country Fair And Barbecue The family of Henry Sobireski wish lo express their appreciation for Die many arts o! kindness and expressions of sympathy extended them during the recent loss of their brother. They would like to especially lhank the Catholic War Veterans, The sixtea*h amual Country the Naugatuck Veterans Council, Fair and Art Show of SL George's i. C wis Engineering, Ihe Church, Tucker Hill Rd., Mid- Naugatuck Police Depl., the dlebury, is scheduled for June 12 Naugatuck Lodge ol Elks, the on the church grounds. YMCA and the Eyelimatic Mfg. The annual event includes CQ Uings to interest and appeal to all ages. Booths of all kinds will be set up and will include handicrafts and auction, games for children and even a Bicentennial Museum. The fair will nmfrwn 10a.m. to < p.m. Bring your appetite tor > delicious barbecue chicken dmer will be held it 0:30 pm. The mal served in both chiktroi and adult portions include! poUto salid, roll «nd beverage. TheSobireski Family Buenos Aires is the largest city in the world south of the equator. And Household Products AUSTIN'S PHARMACY THE 'NEWS' WILL PUBLISH YOUR AD FREE ^cf^ .18«0 C £2W M THIS OFMK IXPIKES JQN! Mth ••

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