The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 7, 1977 · Page 2
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 2

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, February 7, 1977
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MRS.MARK R.JONES nee AnnShirley Baukat Mark Richard Jones Takes Ann Baukat As Bride v Middle School Class Day , \ Exercises Saint Margaret's-McTernan School Middle School, 565 Chase Parkway, Waterbury, which includes grades 5-8, held its annual Class Day exercises Wednesday. The main speaker was Ronald Sarasin, 5th district congressman. Clayton E. Spencer, Headmaster, and Robert W. McClenahan, Jr., Director of the Middle School, also participated in welcoming (he students and guests and awarding of prizes. The following prizes were awarded: Christopher Shaw, a member of Ihe 8th grade class, from Woodbury, was awarded prizes for English, Music, Mathematics and Creative Writing; Richard K. Barbieri, of Southington, another member of the 8th grade class, was awarded prizes tor Science and History; Lawrence Kass, of Waterbury, was awarded 81h grade prizes for History and French. Additional awards lo members of the 8th grade class were: Art Prize, Carla Ann Valluzzo, Newlown; Person Who Best Represents the Spirit of Our School, David Evans, Wolcotl; Headmaster's Rita Guillaro Married To George Triano Rila C. Uuillaro and George L. 1 Triano exchanged vows on Friday, May 7 at 7 p.m. at Our Lady of Calvary Relreat House Chapel. The Rev. James J. Conefrey performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Mary Uuillaro o! 213 Main St., Farmington is the mother of the bride and Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Triano of 106 Ward Si. are the parents of the groom. Joseph A. Guillaro, brother of the bride from Farminglon presented his sister in marriage and Mrs. Diane Riba, sister of the bride from Coraopolis, Pa. was I the matron of honor. George W. Miller, brolher-in-law of the groom from Middlebury served as best man. A reception followed at the Rockledge Country Club in Wesl Hartford after which the couple left on a wedding trip to Hawaii. They will make their home in Newington. The bride is a graduate of Farmington High School and Lasell Junior College and the groom is a graduate of Naugaluck High School and Amhersl College. NAUGATl'CK NEWS (Corn.) Salurdiy, June 12.1976-Page 3 MRS. JOSEPH WM. CASPER nee Claudia HopeSleveus maid of honor wearing an ice blue sleeveless gown featuring an empire waisl with a V-ncckline made of lutesung material with a matching jacket. She wore a picture hal to match and carried a bouquet of spring ftossxrs, Itoliert Jones, brother" of the groom was the lest man and ushers were: James Baukal, brother of the bride and William Ann Shirley Baukat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John -Joseph Baukat. 80 Damson Lane, and Mark Richard Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, 853 Field St., were united in marriage (his morning at 10 by the Rev. Raymond Pilruzzelio at SI. Francis Church. The bride was escorted to (he altar by her father and she wore a gown of nylon organza enhanced Jones, brother of Ihe groom, with imported Venice lace ap- The bride's mother wore a rJiques The gown was designed candlelight flower print Poor in princess slyle wilh a high length gown with angel wing ruffled neckline, long fitted sleeves and the groom's mother sleeves wilh ruffled edging ap- wore a mint green sheath gown. pliques at the wrist. The A-line skirl featured scattered forget- me-nols and appliques a I the center aiding in a ruffled hem flowing into an attached chapel length Irain. She wore a Camelot headpiece covered in em- sail, Watorbury; Boys' Sportsmanship Award, Christopher Hogan, Waterbury; Coaches Athlelic Award, Frederick Nunes.Wolcoll, and Jane Senior, mifSKTTFR Middlebury. Members of the 7th MKS.JAMEShl [hit grade class who were awarded prizes were: Edmund Rice, History and Catherine Wick, English and Art. both of Waterlown; Eric Klingler, Science, and Scoll Pond, Mathematics, both of Woodbury; Richard Gilland. Thomaslon, Award; Claudie Smith, Li I- La ur j e p; \vhinnem, daughter of mother, chfield. Music Award for Ex- Mrs wi]u . ••• • cellcnceinBand; and Mary Belli yiidjjj ud Local Resident Joseph Wm. Casper Takes Square Dance Q au fa a Stevens As Bride nee Laurie E.Whinnem Qllb President In May 29 Ceremony member of Ihe Cheshire Cats Firsl Congregational Meriden officiated at the double ^ mre rjance Club. CASDC is inMcriden.wasthescene ring ceremony. The bride was comprised 0 [ 55 square dance of lhc marriage of Ihe Rev. presented in marriage by her ( ,j u j, 6 in ^ southern portion of The Claudia Hope Slevens and Joseph William Casper were united in marriage at H Ihis A • r™ «f vn,,-,r. ii a ™-p morning at the Berwyn Trinity cir™ STJIU s^^^si ,'. The bride is the of Mrs. George H. Contention Lane, \Vhinncm , r Meriden and the us n e souern r Ihe stale from the New York S"J '„ ' . r Yerger. Spanish and Lauren )a(c K illiam Whinnem .to James moltier - . , k 'he stale from the New YorK Mrs. William Lips, Aosenroth. to & to tha , of nhode Island, West Germany waste matron of and inc | ul fe s approximately SMO honor and bridesmaids were: &m . as and the late Dr. ?vens. The groom is broidered net lace accented with tiny s eed pe arls hold ing an elbow length ihusion veil with matching lace edging. She carried a bouquet of white carnalions, yellow roses and baby's breath. " Miss Kathleen Baukat of North Conway, New Hampshire was the some 1 coming from California, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Wesl Virginia, followed al the Colonial Club in Oxford. The bride is a graduate of Naugaluck High School and Mallaluck Community College with an A.S. Degree in Radiology. The groom, also a graduate of Naugaluck High School received his degree in Civil Engineering at Harlford Stale College. (^ ji cr j(jcn. The wedding look '^j s^m-jay, May 29 al 6:30 Students in Grades 5 and 6 receiving awards were the following: Marsha Beth Gogan, • of Waterbury. Fifth Grade '-rhcRev. Robert Deggetlof the Overall Academic Excellence p ir5( Congregational Church, Award and Coaches Athlelic Meriden, The Rev. George Fisher Award; Peler l.ce. Superior of [he ' Firsl Congregational Academic Progress as a Result of cburc i, jv a ugatuck and lhc Rev. Effort, and Kent Brower, Music John Q uinn of Sl Rose ' s Church, Award for Excellence in Chorus, both of Litchfield; Melinda ^ Kaplanand Avery Brown, both of J/. Waterbury. Sportsmanship Awards; Todd Delia Bella. ladieS.Holds. honor and bridesmaids were: Mrs. Kevin Murphy, Melrose, Mass.; Mrs. Daniel Murdzek, Mr Ginn and Ks wife tave , u» Roc The Casper of 32 Hilltop Road. The church was *""««* * Meriden; Ms. Anne Cassidy. ycar T j, ey 5er ved as co •• " Ms. Gail Anderson. tf, a i rrnen of the membership Mr Ginn and Ks wife ve teen are ,, ancm for many bouquets o d.BW art babj H brcalh. Mark uparamo m New York City; Ms. Mary Ruhl, Madison. Wise, and Ms. Paula Wood. Wallingford. Daniel Cassidy. Middletown was the best man and ushers were: Francis Catania, Woodlyn. Pa.; Stephen French, Alexan- the Cheshire Cats t }, e 1975.75 season. They j(i e on Highland Ave., Kalhleen Mengacci and Ruth Ann Faria, both sisters of Ihe groom from Naugaluck. They wore light blue Gatsby dresses wilh tiered ruffle flounces al the hemline and capelet sleeves. They wore matching chiffon picture hats with poppies and white satin ribbons and carried bouquets of white daisies, blue carnations, white sweetheart roses and baby's breath with white satin ribbons. Robert Faria of Naugaluck was the bcsl man and ushers were: David Slevens. brother of the bride from Berwyn. Pa.; David Limkowski. Robert Carver and Joseph Mengacci. all of Naugatuck. The mother of the bride wore a DR. MOYMHAS dr'ia, Va r ; George McGoldrick, COLUMBUS <UPl> - Four Madison. Wise.; James persons, including former _U N \i<-r«lilrirk I aw-rence Ambassador Daniel Patrick M^drick and Vhoma^ Movnihan, will receive hono- The bride was presented in marriage by her brother Hank — — Stevens and wore a while light blue printed chiffon nailer organza gown accented with gown with a matching sheer Venice appliques and blue satin chiffon capelet and the mother of ribbon throughout the square the groom wore a light mint neckline, long sleeves and green polyester knil gown with a outlining the chapel Irain. She gathered neckline, wore a white Venice applique A reception followed at the headpiece to match her gown Coilegeville Inn in Collegeville. with a finger tip veil. She carried Pa., which was. decorated with chairman of the Board of r.reclors ofumb, McKr, .eatth.hen.neand the bride wore a white three piece with a e J\eWlOWn, 3I1U Hit* rjl ln.UI.-ttl, Ol. * m\-tm J i-uu.w M, t i nine u|> IVJLUV.,.^.. «. - - - . / rnslH nnrl Flnrirfo Sersrs: rrircrtts ^-,. ^*- "p-nrtM !HHv^ =^'°~ and Martha Kellogg. Walerlown. Grange Hall. New Haven Rd. Ma ] Dne y High School. Hiram chairman of^the Board^ot d,,,,™ Gatsby slyle gown wilh a u e order College Hiram. Ohio and Union •k breath yellow sweetheart roses merchandising and her husband and blue satin ribbons. is a graduate of Chester Institute Bridesmaids were Sandra and for Technical Education in 1 MR AND MRS. JOHN MAR10TTI of 66 Valley Drive celtbrattii their 2Slh Wedding Anniversary rwenlly at SI. lledwig's Church Hall. The couple was married Miy 30.1951 al SI. Francis Church by the Rev. Dunn. They are the parents of two children; Mrs. Noreo Gabriel and Jon Jay Mariotli. (NEWSphotoby Edward Newman) Michael Arthur Sarasin, of Beacon Fails; and Carla Ann _ Valluzzo, of Newlown. Pine wood Derby J h Sd.Ro»y n johan1mwaT 1 pack Memorial Books 138's champion wilh Shayne Johanscn finishing second and (jll Thomas McRae coming in Ihird. Jeff Reid was Ihe lop racer for /{ ( Pack 111. David DiCarlo was second and David Pruilt took the , Be 'T I r/rfn iLTsata'rda'y M ' A ""« **!.** " 5 1*" 1 ^iaTti^anh. me, s^ssr,^ jtrsv^z^Tet, ^™ L 'b±rM Pack 111 sponsored by the United cnarles ---, Daniel E.) even b> her In Bin graac siurucs were pruiwiu.^ anu raiuin L.IH-- ,u •• ,.,v. m ;i!mu»t? 11151' ^.-.m*/,. lo: Richard Domenic Barbieri. enlightening manner and was Dickinson College. Carlisle, Pa., Jr.; Eric Sherman Birdsall. well received by all present. London School of Economics and Betsy Alison Burnham, CCD teachers were honored at ValcLaw School, New Haven. He Christopher Thomas Hogan, Ihe breakfast in appreciation of - Km attorney associated wilh Ihe Lawrence I'eler Kass, James services rendered to Ihe parish in f; rm O f Kilpatrick. Kahl and William Kiely. Richard Werner Ihe teaching of religious in- josephson in Branford l.arson. Emmet Patrick Nichols, structions. Jr.; Nelson Robert Seabra Vciga Honored also was Mrs. Joyce and Michael Joseph Vincitorio, Evon, a member of SI. Vincent's all of Watcrbury; Carolyn Udies Guild and Den No. 3 Monroe Diggs. Helene Farrel mother of Glendale Community Goss, Mara Walden Keggi, Club sponsored Troop No. 109. Amanda Wainwright Lunan, Mrs. Evon has Ihe distinct honor Virginia Burton Paige, Jane R. of having four members of her Senior, all of Middlebury; John Den selccled lo receive Parvuli William Coogan. Christopher Hill Dei Award which will be Shaw Sarah Gager Torrance, presented lo the recipients at St. and Mark Chrislopher Weber, all Joseph's Cathedral in llarlford. " " Breakfasl was served by Franklin Bchlman and slaff at tables beaulifully decorated in Ihe Bicentennial theme. Following the breakfast many lorely door prizes were awarded. Miss Margaret McGuire. who c U u,u,.«.,,,., ~»..~.. « has been CCD director of St. Cummings, Cheshire; Meghan Vincent's Parish, was chairman M. Hubbard, Litchfield; Timolhy of Ihis wry successful cvcnl and Shea Powers, Southbury, was assisted by Mrs. Helen " McCabc, Mrs. Kay Mulinski, Mrs. Frances Licnikas and Mrs. Holmdel, N.J., and Arthur Saul Iberall, president and chief scientist al General Technical Services. Inc., Upper Darby, Pa., will receive doctor of science degrees. Pamela Slevens. sisters of the bride from Berwyn, Pa. and Stratford. , of Woodbury; Roy 1. Mattson, Pierre John Moran. and James Harold Rool, of Watertown; David Franklin Evans, Frederick Anthony Nunes, and James Liurence Sullivan III, of Wolcott; Richard Ken! Barbieri, Southington; Danielle Renee . Winnie Xardcllo. Awarded Before a large crowd on Books currently on display al the Howard Whi Item ore lemory (Mrs. her friends. reflects her Derby champion for 1976 by Mayor William Rado. John Holloway of Pack 115, sponsored Pack 109 had a American Flags N.J. (UP11 _ Queen Elizabeth II of England needs a new hairdo il she wants a less sedate image, according to a London hair. dresser. Maurice Tidy told the New- Jersey Master Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association convention Tuesday Ihe queen's hairstyling is "much loo conservative." "Queen Elizabeth is most altraclive and Ihis should be broughl out more. Her hair Pack 111 sponsors uj n*» •*•-•- Qjnescame in behind lum. baci MrXMsl Church,'Awarded of ^ ^ „, j£^£^,rf5£jil a trophy as Naugatuck Pinewood up were a ,i ^esetHed Irenes. '^^ ^ ^ „ lhe display of "ties: Encyclopedia of Sports. and their TtK stral « e Hours ' an autobiography,by Loren Eiseley. Indoor Ligjil Gardening Book by nww — — c'p k u«"*'^* j "" • --o - - -i Fiber I Field Field Guide lo I ce winner and Robby jl>ut"Stoutii of Naugaluck for Wake For lhe Ll " ng ~ ' ' who was J " ss Connecticut in ^i^r'^Talso "presented Ed Hicock was coordinator of biography of Alexander lhe representatives on the 13th j «i« navid DiCarlo Mark Ihe derby assisted by Tony Great. We Americans by Annual U.S.O and Miss Ameri- nd John Holloway for Castigliego of Pack 109, Fhyd National Geographic, a pictorial ca Overseas lour during Au- .w?S!, r i A«impd and built cars Smilh 'CM of Pack 111, Mike history of Americans. Complete gus [. The former Miss InE Dcol iKaiftiic" oiru j r'«A^rt« r>__\, ^i r>.-n*.Kh<Miea fltrAf-TitriO \c___i.*^i^_ ,.,:ii i«:« vi;**- Idhn HOIlOWay IDT V^SllWIC^ll "I r<"-n iw, . .-j« nouuiiai V/VVB- »r"'~> " I------ wp v» iimed and built cars Smilh 'CM of Pack 111, Mike history of Americans. Complete gus( . The former Miss ih "inTts and Dads Croce CM of 115 and George Book of Greenhouse Gardening Manchester will join Miss Prtor^lhe final runoffs, each Miller CM of Pack 1M. Henry ^W»Hs.TheSlataeoaiherlj,a America, Tawny Godin of New ckheld ««ir <™ * rl »- Hess, Jean Galleges and several K story of ths famous bndrnark. York, in Ihe lour of miltary Ttl* Aampionship of ethers were also mvolved m New Yw *? m % G ' r * n J^*; bM« 11* tow •ndudes sragm 109 *« Mark Stopper, making this bicentennial event a se books w,r! be on Aslay daners who enlerlara Sto-e rfide look second place success. untilJui* 21, 1976, dudes srag , n dancers who enlerlara American soldiers. ST. VINCENT'S INDIES GUILD heM Its tnnml commorJoe breakfast recently ft Iht Beacon Villey Grange Hill. In lhe lop photo above are shown guest jpnker Rev. John M. Hughes M.S. from LaSaMtf Center. Cheshire; Miyor WUli»m C. Rudo iirf officers o( the Guild. Seated Mrs. Fr»nm Llcnttts, preskJenl; Mb» Margarel McGoire. chairman of lhe «fhlr; Fr. Hughes «fli Mr». Joyce E«n. Slanding Mrs. Lorraine Reeser, secretary; Mn. Dorothy Stvlgny. Ireisurer; Mayor Rado and Mrs. M«ry Cillihin.yfce-prtsklent.In thf lower pholo the CCD teachers »re »hwn, Ironl row. Mrs. John Dfitielbaum. Mrs. Corbttt, Miss McGilrr. Mircta Sttmim. Mrs. Virginia McLeod, Standing. John D«IUfll)«»m, Uon«re Glrikll. Gary Anemael. Nora Barlh. Mary ToMnhim and Frink Lussler. IN EWS pholos by Ed» ard N e w m a n i

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