The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 3, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, February 3, 1977
Page 5
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Dr. /. Kaplowe Catholic Women Natural Food Hold Banquet Group Speaker Seat Officers The ConnecticutChapier o( the The (jnal meeting ol the Natural Food Association will Naugatuck Council ol Catholic meet Sunday, June 13, at the women was held at the American Connecticut Agriculture Ex- Brass Country Club on June 2nd. perimental Lab, 123 Huntinglon Mrs. FrankTalevi was chairman St. (of( Whitney Ave.) in New 0 [ ^e event and Mrs. Raymond Haven. The meeting will he held rjowling was Scholarship in the Donald Jones auditorium, chairman. Honored guests were A natural and organic lunch Miss Donna Mambrino, winner of will be served at 1 p.m. Tickets ^ Margaret Frances Shan- may be purchased at the door. nari an Memorial Scholarship; Those not wishing to attend the (, cr mother, Mrs. Lawrence lunch eon are welcome to com eat Mambrino; Rt. Rev. Msgr. 2:30 p.m. to hear the guest j ose ph llealey, Pastor of St. speaker JosephL. Kaplowe M.D., Francis Church; Rev. Raymond a general practitioner and pjttuzzello, Chaplain of the member of the International Council. . "Nutrition and Health". A CAPACITY CROWD FILLED the sanctuary of the Salem Lutheran Church Monday evening to hear St. Brlgil's •. Choir from Stockholm, Sweden. The choir pictured above was applauded en- Ihuslastlcally for the exceptional music program they presented. Mayor William C. Rado and Swedish Exchange student Asa Bag6S ,rom were honored Academy of Preventive jjj s Talevi conducted the Medicine. His topic will be installation of Officers Ceremony and the gavel was passed from President Roseann Buckmiller to her successor Janet Thurston. Mrs. Thurslon's board will consist of Christine Pease, vice- president; Mary Ann Sigworth, treasurer; Mary Ann Marold, corresponding secretary; Elaine Pruchnicki, recording secretary. Mrs. Thurston announced the following women will head the various committees: Helene CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the many riends and neighbors for their expressions of sympathy extended to us on the recent death of Charles Basil Sestak. Mr.andMrs.PaulPakula Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kraus NAUGATL'CKNEWS (Conn.) Thursday, June 10,1916-Page^ and Dorothy Marino, Ways 4, Means; Barbara Engle, community service; Judy Beardsley and Eileen Dealing, telephone; Terry Rung, publicity; and Peg Joyce, foreign relief. kjSSQV ston well in the coming year. H ™£ »?,™tj£ daughter O f the former Laurene Koth of Naugaluck and her proud MVSTIC SEAPORT grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. MYSTIC, Conn. (UPD - Lawrence Koth of 33 Moore Ave. Mystic Seaport will be open an() Rev an( j M rs . Garland until 8 p.m. daily during the Wag g oriCr O f storrs. summer and early fall for the Henry Chadwick devised Alegi, program; Judy Crosswait WaterburyYWCA ^ «{*££#. S^Wffi^ Summer Program , , Daly, sunshine; Marlene Sullivan summer first lime in the maritime museum's 47 years. Visitors during the evening will have access to the seaport's » acres and all its exhibits, including the whaleship Charles W. Morgan and the restored village. SERVICE • SERVICE • S £ Ift Tfee S«e E R Mill The Sale K V Dial tali V I FRANK BUICK I C 5?3 No. Main St. Niug. c E • SERVICE o SERVICE Schedule Set MRS. PATDEZSO. president ol the Nauga.ucV Junior Woman's Club is * Oil Company Environmental Conservation Program Award o Mrs. Jo M« and Mrs Registration lor the summer program is now taking place at the Waterbury YWCA. Programs for youth include activities for children from 7-15 years old. Summer Fun offers girls from ages 7-11 years old a variety of activities, they may select from art,swimming, gymnastics and a class called mix-up which in eludes activities in cooking macrame, candle making, etc. The program runs 5 weeks from July 6th-August 5lh. Participants will meet Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30-12:30 p.m. Summer Carrousel offers the same selection of classes lo girls ages 11-15 years old. In addition [here will 'be special afternoon program in dance, music, cooking, movies, hair care and make up and more. Classes will be held Mon., Wed., and Friday from 9:30-1:30 p.m. Summer Carrousel will be held in two three week sessions June 28 to July 16th and July 19 to August 6th. Flanders Nature Program is a program offered for both boys and girls from 7-11 years old. The offers childijn the; AT RAPHAEL'S fashions for Junior Women Receive.., -;««°™ s -- filjage ^ om , Shell Oil Co. A ward ' '^.I^IE ^^Ml!^ 0(Ai r^±r^e nr^or«^ toiwasowned sifttflsjss^ . Center provides additional ex- 0 dairy farms. Children will be Club was privileged to receive its highest award in the local organization's 30 year history. The civic group was awarded the second place prize of $200 for the State of Connecticut in the Shell Oil Company Environment! Conservation Program for beautifying a parklelon Cedar St. The G.F.W.C. Shell Awards are presented for club conservation and environmental projects that contribute to local environmental quality. The Conservation Committee ol the N.F.W.C. headed by Mrs. Josephine Miller and Mrs. Maureen Tafuto envisioned the plan alter meeting with the Civic Affairs Committee of the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce which menlioned the the town ,by Mrs llarn area now known as the Cedar Street Parklet. The Environmental Commission headed by Mr. Richard \\Tiitehill cooperated in the en- initial program begun in October, 1975. Mr. Carl R. Lindgren, a local architect, designed a ground parklet. Mr. an area nursery suitable shrubs and trees and . [or planting by the Park Department, landscaping, including grading and installation ol a walkway, was done by the Park Department. The Juniors themselves lowering bulbs efforts slate recognition of the Cedar Street Parklet. Local Seeking Items The Naugatuck Shrine Club " E ^ ^ ^.^ the latter part of September. ^ club is requesling anyone m the area that have anything they would like to donate to contact one of the members of the group. The club each year makes a donation of money to Pyramid Shrine Temple in Bridgeport for Hospitals. There are two Shrine Hospitals on the East Coast. The hospitahn p.m.. Classes for teens and adults include: Typing instruction for beginners — a six week program held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9-10:30 and 10:30- 12noon. Evening classes will also be available Monday through Thursday from 7-8:30 p.m. Instruction in Contemporary Dance will be conducted by Sue Troscll. Class includes the Latin, L.A., and Canadian Hustle. This six week program begins Wednesday, June 30 from 2-3 p.m. All young teen and adults with an interest in Broadway and classical dance are encouraged lo join the YWCA's newly organized dance troupe. The classes will be instructed by Sue Trosell (first runner up to Miss PRESCRIPTIONS AUSTIN'S PHARMACY 174 Church St. IVrfillMedi-Mrt andolherlhird parly lirescriplions. Mwnfriiw Plua-Kvblxr An., Navgatvck Cushioned Insoles '6.99 Beige-Tan-Brown Red-White-Blue White PEN DAILY TO 9—SAT. 10-5 cost lo their families in both j une 39, Tuesday al 7 p.m hospitals regardless ol race or creed. The Shriners totally [ fll'ljt J/iO/7 support their hospitals seeking no outside financial assistance. It is through projects such as the tag sale and auction lhat money lo to have a varied selection of articles to offer to the public for The leopard cat is a wild ca ";' lhat lives in hollow trees and comes out at right lo hun Speleology is Ihe science ot nxtenls and birds cart 170 COEN ST., NAUGATUCK is now taking relations for students (or our summer and (all programs. For further details call 729-6M7 from 9 A.M.-3 P.M. Mon.-Fri. Robby Len's Colorful Ric Rac Assortment While Background Print Buttoned Jacket, Anlron Nylon Jersey. S-M-L 19.95 Empire Girl Leg. Aiilron Nylon And Lycra Spandex Sizes 10 To 16 22.95 2 IV. Suits Sizes 10 To 16 From 19.95 Up. OPEN FR1. NITE 'TIL 8:45— "Yai, you mi» clurgt jom ^"'^''rrJiiTClr ctiirjl »fi«n you ul« yovr RAPHAEL'S ACCOUNT. We ilw r»n« Mnl« Cl«rt« ind Bir.l »mfrlanl. "Plenty 01 Free Parking Behind Out Store- Enter Fiom Church St. Or Meadow St." Church St Naugatuck

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