The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 31, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, January 31, 1977
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NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Mond«y,June1."rc- pa * e |_ ANN H1LDRETH, Chairman of Ihe Chrismatic Renewal program presented by the Daughters o Isabella and Jeannetle Hildreth, Regent ol the Isabellas are shown with the Rev. Slan Kennedy, or LaSalette Renewal Center In Cheshire, who was Ihe main speaker Tor the evening's program. (NEWSphotpby Edward Newman) Isabellas Present Special Program The Charismatic Renewal Movement within the Catholic Church was Ihe topic of dscussion at the recent social meeting o( Kennedy Circle No. 20, Daughters of Isabella. Father Stan Kennedy of LaSalette Renewal Center, Cheshire spoke to 50 men and women about renewing the gilts of (he Holy Spirit and Ihe benefits of joining with other Christians in a community atmosphere. Father Kennedy explained that attending a Charismatic prayer meeting is not essential for everyone but that the benefits of sharing the joys and experiences from the Lord with others leads to a very rewarding and spiritual uplifting. Several members of the audience spoke of their own personal experiences, which have occurred, since their participation in a Charismatic prayer group has begun. Following the showing of the documentary film, Alabare , (Praise), Father Kennedy ted an informative question and answer period. Refreshments were served by members and friends of Kennedy Circle. Juniors Began __ Caldecott Colleges Open Campuses Collection In 1973 the Naugaluck J THE NAUGATUCK JUNIOR Woman's Club P««»<<? tv " > scholarships to twoseniors graduating from Naugaluck High School Miss Ellen P. Campbell (left) was awarded lhe club's nursing scholarship Mrs. Jacqueline Buckmiller, chairman of scholarship committee (center) Is shown handing Miss Terilou L. Tornero (rieht) theMary M.Teeple Award In Art scholarship. 5 (NEWSphotobyDonCouseyl Jr Woman's Club Awards Annual Scholarships da' fo'^ind^taS^a To Elderhostel Program ^.^ .„_ of . SilvaofmCliffSt.onMay22al NEW LONDON Fourprivale background, who are alleast to tro^ j n the Children's Library. SI. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. ana one pu Wic college in Con- years of age or are drawing j,,^ ^^5 are apar i f rc m lhe daSilva is the former I-aura c| . ciiUhissummerwmo( [ cron Soda , gccurily reliremenl « u]ar „,!„., innan d are used in M^li'ura Miranda and Mr "heir respective campuses a benefits. . filing and by teachers, and'Mn Agustinho daSilva all series of one-week residential Cost of maintammg he in- ^ ^ children in , he of Naugatuck. programs for elder citizens who structional portions of caoi ljbrary „ js a way of <-...:.. view retirement as an op- session will be supported by tne s ^^ ^/^ available WISMAH — ' ' L ' " - . - •-.- i.,5ci,=s s?=?riK s££Hi-=25~™ 4=?flp?3 ^sts--=i'ss:;r: ' entering lhe nursing profession honor roll sludent and par- trophy. ticipated in Modern Dance, "she has been a member of lhe been awarded Ihe Mary M. Choir From Sweden Sings „. , Polish Ladies Tonight At Salem Church To Install L-t D^rrit'e Phriir mnsfcts R[ AITHib. IjrdllUUdlCUi^ oic. i\i:». ai i\U« lAMiuuii, L and Mrs. A. H. Wismar and Mr. nec tj c ul State and Mrs. S. M. Ames of Akron, Ohio. Great-grandparents are This evening, at 8 o'clock, the SI. Brigil's Choir from Vastcrhaninge Parish, Stockholm, Sweden, will present generously contributed to it so ouu,..,o.,. netutui oian College, single or double dormilory room conl j nucto ' accrucasra any ofthe a concerl in lhe sanctuary of lhe and Mrs. S. M. Ames of Akron, wi n iraan |j c . University of plus meals for seven days in a awar( i books as possible. Salem Lutheran Church, 14 ?f li0l n G ih a 4mpfM P S Ohio* Bridgeport, Bridgeport; campus dining hall and the use of ^-,5 y(ar ' s ^nation of the 1976 Salem Street. The public is Dr A WfemSKor&Canlon University of Hartford. West campus facilities. Caldecolt Award Book Why cordially invited to attend the • -' Hartford; and Wesleyan Because the programs em- Mosquitocs Buzz ,„ People's University al Middletown. phasize the lotal experience of — ' ' " living and learning on a college St. Brigit's Choir consists of .hirty-six voices, rang' from eleven lo Ihirly. ioir curibisLa ui f\r£' thirty-six'voices, ranging in age (JtjlCet'S 'lirty. Twelve of makp uo a special ™ Chorus All s^ak nductot is the parish roll sludent participating in Modern Dance. During this past year she received two awards from the Youth Services Art Show; an award from Junior Achievement and one dance and acrobatic trophy. She was selected as Elk's Teenager of the Month, received . . Ohio and Mrs. Arthur Just o North Miami, Florida. Al various times during June, mu^ anu „.«..",t, ULEO - A son, Michael July andAugusl(!ac h school will campus, resident b nil«' S lH Meadow St Ma?"0 conduct two separate weeks of be given priority to: ?„ WaK HospM fe lectures, Held trips, and campus registration counts. However ~.. _. :- .I.- * t r-i^^., \T ...i, I --A c.™;^! nr-livitins m lYimmulinp hostelers. WI10 mevL Ears, by Verna Aardema has just '?S arrived and may be found with hostelers will me ia , ^xlim by the ir the limited- „,,,,,(,...„._ _., r ,i ,,,iain!> concert. No tickets are recessary, but a free-will of- Installation of officers for the Ladies Auxiliary of the Polish i L -cji 0& ti u. .,.-.•— , American Club will lake place at (he GAA award and was co-art " ' i nd Minisler of Music the monthly meeting on Ihis editor of the yearbook. She also Ham Rune Karlsson. ' ' evening.June7at7:Mp.m.mthe doe s volunteer work at St. Mary's Pastor Bernard hopes many club rooms. ^. tn ,, ==I j. r , ' will avail themselves of this fine Final plans wi! be discussed on musical program. There is ample lhe Dinner-Theater partyto.Oak- „ «-„,,. n r ar i .1^ & r. . „ ... ,I.,I Q p.rsrvnnp is ureed to at- ^r o/Watmn m Ihe field of art. ns^cAbiii), uui Q "~ -• musical program, inert i^aiu^c uiv~...>— f • fering will be received al the ^ farting i n the lol across dale. Everyone is urged to al- children's card catalog. A concert. The concerl program com- inHSterbury Hospital. Mrs. lectures, Held trips, and campus registration courses. However nlmlbcr of back copies of award p-ises sacred compositions of the DiLeo is lhe former Cindy M. cullural and social activities of commuting hostelers, who meet ^^ are sti ,| to ^ a(We( j an d great European masters down DiChiara. particular interest lo senior eligibility requiremenls, wi 1 be anyme wishing to presen i (he through the centuries as well as i, citizens The programs are an accepted on a space-available librars , with a memorial gift lo classical and mode,rn..wprks of CLAKK-A son, Jeffrey yacKer, e!ltension of EMwr<)S icl Ms,: a basis diid win WchSrgcdonly for commemorate a birth or other Scandinarianorigin.Anumberof -• • • n«r?9W Ifilhlde A« Mav30 New England network .of meals taken on the host campus -,. 5™^ gjf tis encouraged to think ,..well-known and loved Swedish in Waterbury Hospital Mrs. educational hostels for older Each of the. ConneclicuI ^ (e ^ s of lfcis va | uaWe Clark is Ihe former Denise F. a du|ts to be held throughout the programs will offer a choice ol al ^u^ion. Most of the books are Packer. summer al 21 institutions of least three course topics each fairly j nexpcns j ve an d yet add H' hifJ lcr education in the six-state week. These noncredil classes- such a gwK j ,j imens j on to the R HBrriTtoMr a andMrs WiUiam region. The concept was assisted with no homework, no exams |ib , $ . KTice b telng in a F Rek° 8 Bron7nn 1Rd I, irTits development by the New and no required note-taking-will col|ecJlion that is a | ways Prospect! May 31 in Walerbury England Gerontology Center and range across a diversified array avai]ab i e Hospital. Mrs. Hek is the for- u, e pj^. England Center for of topics from improMng the mer Carole J. Evarls. Continuing Education at the quality of personal life to the Ai'SCi (jV'lS University of New Hampshire, early Connecticut house; 1680 to A u\n William University - — . Michael To Mr and Mrs Admission to Connecticut's IHO from seniors Vernon F Daw'ley, 85 Highland Elderhoslels is open without society lo contemporary ai Ave., June 1 in Waterbury tuition charge lo men and its sources. Hospital. Mrs. Dawley is the v ,. omeni regardless of Advance applications educationa a ^ Winners In 4-H HOSpUaL. 11113. uav\jtj 11 former Jessie M. Hurley. are folksongs and hymns are included in the program. The Rev. Erert M. Olson, a native of New Britain, and former pastor of St. Peter's Church in Newport, Rhode Island, and Immanuel Church in Attleboro, Mass., and now pastor in Vasterhaninge, has arranged the tour and acts as manager. Vaslerhaninge is an old community dating back at least a thousand" years. The parish Clothing Revue .....™..- ,-— - . luiuo «. Ilu ,«..v- - r , u rhurch built at lhe end of lhe 12th occupational required. Individual program F r0 m sewing hems lo collars lo ^", ', was -jven the name of dates and an outline of course buttonholes, Ihis sleady •• sometime durin g the progression of sewing ability r ol - ° & • •• offerings are available from the Elderhosld Coordinator al each of Connecticut's five cooperating colleges and universities. Complete information on all of Ihis summer's five Connecticut Eldcrhostels is available from Dr. Paul Benedict, Connecticut Elderhostel coordinator, Eastern Connecticut State College al WilliTnanlir LONDON (UPI) - Si resulted in honors for eighl -3-H members in New Haven Counly: Georgia Bryanl and Kalhy Grogan, North Branford; Claire LaKreniere, North Haven; Laura Sholwell and Donna Gavitt, Bethany; Kimberly Kos, Nor- Ihford; Holly Beaton, Oxford; and Margaret McCauley, Beacon Falls. These eight 'teens will Middle Ages, thus honoring the well-known and highly respected founder of the Vadstena Cloister. This will be the choir's second lour lo the USA and will continue over a period of two weeks. Concerts will be presenied in Lulheran Churches along the East Coast as far north as Boston and as far south as Philadelphia. HQWUNP-HUOHES BANK STREET DOWNTOWN WATERBURY C101B) HOKUM • 0«H I« IS. UtO fflUM ' CANNON Royal Family EMPRESS TOWELS as. ee John represent New Haven County 4-H Vl nf , ]~}n\j Pope-Hennessy, director of the pro gram at the Slate Clothing - 1 '"& * JLl .) Revue on Friday, June 11, al the TJ j r , University of Connecticut. Two 4- fUlUUt! <JKi British Museum since 1974, will leave the museum at the end of _ ^ i^'Mli'lS ' '• ? V:**1HW» »'«/!• ^ ro ^" (anl ° J" m ^ city an 7D n ia b r!e S ila'lch Ba fftrlh Haven'. B\' Elks Lodge PAMELA J. AND GREGORY LEO REDDENS, children of M . M Kts](y in New York. we rc selected as alternates. } & and Mrs. Leo G. Reddens, 81 Birch Lane plan lo conlinne Iheir. A co ,, eaglie „, lhe ^^^ ^^ S|ate ^^s^ Revue is ^ Naugaluck Elks Lodge 967 education neit semester. Pamela vsill be slcHlylngauiienciine|i» ^ £pecialis ( .jjij p op e-He- designed to reward 4-H members w -in sponsor a Flag Day Parade Uttres al lhe Unlversilyol Nice In Sice, France. Sht Is presenu) a m^sy win lake up Ihe post of whohaveachievedinlheclothing Junior majoring In French al AssumplSon Colltge in »"« s1 "' partii'me principal consullanl pro ject, to provide additional Mass. Gregory was awarded a US. degree in chemlslry with.high fw European pji^gs at the information about clothing distinction Irom Worcester Polytechnic Inslilule. Vtorcesler, .Tiass. Melropo!ilan Museum and construction and selection of HeplanslofurUierhlseduVatiorialNortheasteniUniversitjrMedical ^^^ of rine arts a( cily School in Chicago, til, "- •'•• BATH TOWEL HAND TOWEL FACE CLOTH Regular 3.50 Regular 2.25 Regular 98j NOW 1.88 NOW 1.49 NOW 59< on Sunday, June 13. All units and marchers will assemble al the Unroyal Warehouse on Elm St. at Universit f ^\ /\ vmri/itftman T ^//^ / m iTYUNG / ft SAIOH EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK- BEAUTIFUL BRIDES AND GROOMS LOVE OUR HAIRSTYLES Body perm and precision cut combine to bring it all off lend staying power between salon visits. 53 OAK ST., NAUGATUCK 729-2246 . 1:30 p . m . The parade will begin styles, fabrics, and accessories a[ 2 p.m. and march down and to allow teens to receive an Rubber Ave. lo the Elks Home on Ul.u .« u.iw.. . |T, U _. ._ opportunity for personal -^ n U Dber Ave. where Flag Day development o! self-confidence Ceremonies will be held directly and poise. a ft cr the parade. The Revue will include a din- yj B ro (h cr Elks are urged to ner, evaluation of garment on *• mar! ft as (his is the 200th bir- H participants and presentation tlu ) ay 0 ( our counirj.. of Court of Honor. The Courl of Honor will include the top Slate winners. From this group, one 4- A [h M fof ,,,,, d H member will be selected to Amcricall B ^ M ^ WaHo represent Connecticut in lhe EmCTSOn ^ .. Beau i y wUhout Clothing Revue at *e National 4- ^ ^ ^ ^ M ^ H Congress in Chicago. Lasl ^. ( „ year, Miss LaFreniere, North Haven, attended lhe National 4-H i wYVt-iK™.Tirr«i«'i«»."-' congress. } BI-Centennial The 4-H Program is open lo all jCoStume Rentals on a non^scriminatory basts. , gy ^^ March In 1962, only 62 per cent of all ' Call 2 P.M. To 9 P.M. eligible voters registered for 1 lhe delrtion. • 729-5597 > Tues., Wed., Thursday Soft Body Wave '10 HOURS Tue.-Tliur.-Sat. 9 To I FRIDAY'S Til 9 P.M. TUESDAYS . WEDNESDAYS • THURSDAYS Call For Apt. 729-2246 Cannon discontinues their extra large size, thick thirsty solid color towel ensemble. You sove o whopping 2.77 on the ensemble while they lost! HOWL4HD.HUGHIS OOMfSTICS...STREET FLOOR 25% to 30% OFF ROLL-UP SHADES ' A NATURAL FOR ANY ROOM !W wide i 6' long Reg. 16.00 SALE 11.99 An CuOli^ ^e'* tfeotrT*f.l for yOjr H.TV dowi . crx»ie ^cy-n totO'Se sneii bo^ boo o» ckiisc bo^boo n-oTcnifiC*. All ere 6' kxx) v.ith onceV-ed 7" deco--c: '•e cusrcn- va'ance a^d de'-'e outc^aiic co-d 11.99 14.99 19.99 29.99 170 COEN ST., NAUGATUCIC is now taking registrations lor students for our summer and fall programs. For further details call 729-6447 from 9 A.M.-3 P.M. Mon.-Fri. TORTOISE SHELL BAM800 2\V x 6' 3'x6' 4'x6' 6'x6' Reg 1600 Reg 2000 Reg 2700 Req 4000 BAMBOO MATCHSTICK IN WAINUT OR NATURAL x 6' 4'x6' Reg. Reg Reg Req 14.00 1700 2200 35.00 9.99 U.99 14.99 24.99 HOWUND-HUGHES OSipltlltS noon

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