State Democratic Women] flan Workshop-Luncheon ?; Kay O'Connell, President of the Members wishing to attend the v Connecticut Federation of luncheon must mail their checks ;. Democratic Women's Clubs, has with the reservations by June 15, >; announced the final details, to Mary Veneziano, 568 Maple .;• regarding the Bicentennial Hill Avenue, Newington. : Workshop and Luncheon to be Following the luncheon, some . held on Saturday, June 19, at timebetween2and2:Mp.m.,lhe Valle's Steak House, in Hartford, group will leave Valle's and lo Registration for the Workshop travel on lo the Governor's will be from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Mansion in Hartford, where with coffee and pastry being Governor Ella T. Grasso will served. The program, the theme of which is "Education", will commence at 10:30 a.m. TTiere will be three discussion groups, meet the women. Punch and cookies will be served at the Governor's Mansion, Again, members wishing to visit the as follows: Group 1, Financing Governor's Mansion should let Public Education, with Joan Mary Veneiiano, in Newington, Martin as the Speaker; Group II, know by June 15. Options in Post Secondary Inasmuch as the theme and Education, with Dean Bradley discussion groups of the Biggs as the Speaker; and Group Workshop seem to include topics III, Trends in Continuing which should be of interest to Education tor Women, with most people; and since the Elizabeth rtoper as the Speaker, choices for luncheon sound A queslion-and-answer period deliciously appealing; and since :, will follow the discussions. most of the Democratic women . Luncheon will be served at have not previously had the 12:30 p.m. Reservations must be opportunity lo visit the Cover- made in advance for the lun- nor's Mansion, it is believed that cheon, for which the choices arc June 19 will prove lo be a most Broiled Scrod or Roast Spring interesting, educational, and Chicken and country gravy, enjoyable day. Genealogical Seminar Set In Waterbury publishing, microfilming, ancestral research, etc. An authority on genealogical sources and techniques, Mr, Shepherd has personally visited most of the On Tuesday, June 22, at 10 major record repositories in the a.m., the Silas Rronson Library country. One of his most im- will present Mr. Hidiard H. portant contributions to Shepherd in a free genealogical genealogical research has been seminar entitled "Organization his organization and notekeeping and Nolekceping." expertise. Mr. Shepherd, born and raised Mr. Shepherd has information in Utah, is a former microfilmer of greatbenefil to the beginner as for the Genealogical Society in we! I as to the professional. He is a SaltLakeCily.Heisamcmberof recognized expert in the use of the Utah Genealogical genealogical and historical Association and is currently a records and specializes in the use Genealogical Lecturer for of little known, but extremely Gcncor, Inc., a large valuable, record sources. He will genealogical corporation be available to answer questions specializing in seminars, from the audience. NAUCATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Monday, June It, 1W6- Page 5 Youth Services Conducts Summer Arts Program Naugatuck Youth Services will be conducting their Summer Arts Program beginning the week of July 5. This J-week program is made possible by a grant from the Connecticut Foundation For the Arts Supplementing borough funds. Professional artists and crafts people have been hired to conduct the summer workshops. Ceramics will be taught by Rob Henderson at City Hill Middle School Unified Arts Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Two Classes will be held 9-11 a.m. for high school age and 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. for middle school age. Art Workshops will be conducted for both high school and middle school age by Janet Sante at City Hill Middle School Unified Arts Center on Mondays and Wednesdays. One class is scheduled for 9-11 a.m. and another for 11 a.m. -1 p.m. Leather Crafts by Gary Clifford will also be held at City Hill Middle School Unified Arts Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It will meet at 9 -11 a.m. This workshop is open to high school age. Two Drama Workshops will be conducted. A workshop for middle school age instructed by Micaela Zwick will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-11 ajn. • 2 p.m. also at Youth Services. The lessons will cost $1 per hour lesson. Cultural Field Trips will be an extra feature this summer. They will take place on Wednesdays. Beaches, parks, and museums will be a few places we will be visiting. The (rips are open to high school and middle school age. Two camping trips will take place. Both on Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18 and another August 7 and 8. High school and middle school ages are welcomed. A minimal charge of $2.50 will be requested to help with (cod and campsite. Thor Evensen will be running the Golf Clinic July 12, 13,14 at 9:30 a.m. at Hop Brook Golf Course for ages 12-15 years old. Tennis Lessons will be taught the Park Department. Youth Service staff will be taking registration at the schools this month. For further information please call Youth Services at 729-8254. Tag Sale A two day tag sale "Anything Goes" to benefit the American Cancer Society will be held at the Middlebury Hamlet, Route 64, on Saturday, June 19 from 10 a.m. to THEALTARSOCIETYolSI. Mary's Chwxli held H» imtallitioo of officers on June S at the Knights of Columbus Hall. In Cht lop photo abov« officers and priests of the p«rish »re Ournn, stated: SU Vanasse, Catherine Cronln, Father Edward Donnelly, Hfltn Laooe " at the Y.M.C.A. And a Drama 5 p.m. and Sunday, June 20 from % Workshopforhighschoolageand n a.m. to 3 p.m. and Lucille Lang. Standing: Catherine Zak, Margaret O'Connor, older conducted by Bob The sale will fe Father Roland LaPlante and Jean Rostomky. Absent uten the Gallagher will take place twice interest from plants to paper nhoto was taken were: Helen Hagstrom, Bonnie Wade and Peggy weekly at Youth Services. goods to china to bric-a-brac to yiviatls Karate instructed by Ron (NEWSphotosbyEdwardNewman) Crocco will be at the Youth - Services on Saturdays from 10:30 St. Mary's Local Student Graduates Cum Luade Altar Society Installation and even furniture. Donations for the "Anything Tag Sale are still being -..—jlly accepted. To have middle school age are welcomed, merchandise picked up, please There will be a S8 charge for 8 ca ||. Nic y fjosera 738-2325, Vera -12 a.m. Both High school and weeks. Guitar Lessons for beginners D'Agostino 758-9578, Dolores Monti 758-1154, Cathy Ar- Maryann's TINA PANTOS' education chairman of the Naugatuck Junior Woman's Club is showing reading one ol the books, donated by the Juniors, to the Howard Whillemore Memorial Library to Margaret Ariz and Fatima Fragoso. - (NEWSplioto by Don Cous«y) RESERVE A DATE FOR fALL 'Fashions of Yesteryear' Fashion Shows'in COSTUME with narration » Bicentennial-200 Years Of American Fashion o Famous Women Thru The Ages e Stars Of The Musical Stage o The Wonderful World Of Make-Believe Closed July 4 Thru Labor Day COSTUMES by NONA MARCH WEEKDAYS 2:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Hair Stylists ^25 Cedar Si. introduces Joana Branco Creative Hair Stylist Middlebury Fire Department Carnival Set Stamp Show will be on Thursdays 3-4 p.m. by cnam bault 758-1348, Susan _ , „. ..... . i • . n ,- Chris Evensen at Youth Services. T am burini 758-2162, Diane Thomas L. Ek, son of the Rev. The annual installation Bre Horn „;„ in5trud M in . . Bb and Mrs. Luther A. Ek of 37 banquet of the Altar Society of St. termediale class on Tuesdays all ^ch?57-S Rustling Reed Road, Naugatuck, Mary's Church was held on June . " IWM recently (May 30) graduated 9, 1976. The following standing from North Park College, Committees for the year 1976-77 Chicago, Illinois, with honors... were named: Hospitality — Cum Laude, receiving the B.A. Helen Laone, Welcome —Lucille degree as a Psychology major. Lang, Program — Carol Sun- Mr. Ek is a member of the bury, Publicity — Frances Hillside Covenant,Church of pikula^Sunshine...-. Helen, Naugatuck. . * ..;!: Hagslrc/ra,'^.. M.erritiership^. -r Mr.-Ek is a member of "One Bonnie Wade, Bingo-Mary Oris Family Gospel Team," a singing and Posters — Peggy Litvaitis. group sponsored by the college. Bazaar Committees are: The team will spend eleven Gramma's Cupboard — Beverly weeks in the Midwest, Pacific Fortin and Lois Tuckey, Stitch i THOMAS HENNICK, son of Southwest, Pacific Northwest Knit — Peg Molloy and Stella Mr and Mrs Frederick Hennlck and Canadian conferences of the Bama, Christmas Charisma— of 55 Detiwood Rd received an Evangelical Covenant Qiurcli of Ellen Click and Edna Shea, AB deRTM in classics from America between June 4 and Niason Jar Cellar-Helen Laone Brown University in Providence, August 22. During that time they an d Lucile Lang. Mode IsUml on June 7. Thomas <"" »'» s lf" d a wa * a '* e AU members ,° [ . th f *""' was a sports «litor for the Brown Covenant Hi-Congress, "CHIC , Society extend an invitation to all Daily Herald, lie university's in Colorado. This congress U a parish members to join in helping dally newspaper He also held gathering of 2500 high school [ 0 make the coming year a great various offices oi the Kappa TaternHy. youths representing Covenant success, churches across America. The Middlebury Fire Department, in conjunction with its Third Annual Carnival, has completed plans for this years CALL FOR YOUR APPT. 729-8228 729-8229 and Bingo. Hides, game bcdhs and food will also be available. 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 Tues., Wed., Thursday Soft Body Wave '10 complete HOURS Tiie.-Tliif.-Sat 9 To fi P.M FBIDAY'S Til 9 P.M. TUESDAYS « WEDNESDAYS • THURSDAYS Call For Apt. 729-2246 THOMASUEK One family adopted their name early this year, their second year as a group. It reflects a dominant themeintheirconcerts:thatlhey ALMEIDA - A son, Hiana M. to have found unity as brothers and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos M. sisters in Christ, and that the Almeida, 120ScottSt,,June 1 in churchaudienceslheysingtoare Waterbury, Hospital. Mrs. also a ^ of lhdr Christian family. . Almeida is the former Maria M. Sabarao. Drawing their -music from a variety of sources, they GARCIA — A son Jeremiah include several songs written by Joshua, to Mr. and Mrs. Eric R. friends and sing in dose, polished Garcia, 66 Prospect St.. Jime 7 harmori y. Piano, guitar, string isJS^&^^-v^^rs: comparamenl lo their witness. The six singers and instrumentalists are Terry Solern, Dulirth, Minnesota; Mart Lindstrom, Wichita, Kansas; Thomas Ek, Naugatuck, a.; Nancy Rich, Pemberton. I The Naugatuck Footwear Plant Community Information Line Because of the tremendous volume of inquiries from the community concerning the present strike, the Naugatuck Footwear Plant is instituting the: "Community Information Hot-Line" The "Hot-Line" now in service twenty-four hours a day, MASIULIS - A daughter, Courtney Beth, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Masiulis, Salem Blvd., June 7 in St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Masiulis is the former Barbara Zibluk. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jamestown, N.Y.; Lorraine Peck, Liverpool, N.Y.; and Harry'Zibluk Naugatuck, and Sharon Hanstad, Mount Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Masiulis Washington. Sr,, New Haven. Great grandparents are Mrs. Stella Zibluk, EAU CLAIRE, W1S. (UP!) New home appliances for small households include a pint-sized . • deep fat fryer and an electrical MOOTER.- A.daughter, Jo* ^burga- «&& (hat doubles as an open griddle with more than 40 square inches of grilling surface. The fryer comes with a snap-on plastic lid lo permit storing used fat in the appliance between uses. Botf products have nonstick-coatee cooking surfaces. (Presto Fry Baby and Prestoburger-2) . Seymour; and Mrs. Joseph Masiulis, Mew Haven. Ann, lo Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mooter, Lewis St., June 8 in St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Mooter is the former Marilyn J. Carreiro. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William D. Cflrraro, Naugatuck; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mooter, Marlborough, Mass. You can get up to date strike information by calling 723-0946. UNIROYAL An Equal Opportunity Employ.
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