The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 14, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, February 14, 1977
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Salem Chapter Dance Club AARP Schedules Entertains Varied Outings NAUGATUCKNEW8(C«nn.)Tu««day,Juoel5,l»76-Pig«5 THE NAUGATUCK SALEM Chapter 1857 <X Ihe Amerk«n Association ol Retired Persons held its annual meeting at Portia's Reslaurantami elected officers for WM7.Sliownat>ove, from left to right: Treasurer, Mrs. William Brush; Secretary, Mrs. Harry CarUon; President, Mr. Frank Brtlman; Vice-president, Adelaide Veaton; Installing officer Mrs. Mary Wayrnan and Cuesl Joseph Wayman. (NEWSphotoby Donald Couseyl Salem Chapter No. 1857 AARP members enjoyed a delicious banquet at Forlin's on June 10. Mrs. Mary Wayman of Western Chapter AARP installed the officers for 1976-77. Buses for the luncheon cruise on Ihe Connecticut River on June 24 will leave Salem Lutheran Church at 10 a.m. Members wishing to go to Ihe Coachlight Theatre June M to see the show "Call Me Madame" should contact Marion Cronk (729-2424) at once. Reservations are going fast. Buses will leave Salem Lutheran Church (or Ihis event at 10 a.m. The annual picnic will be held at the Brislo! Company Recreation Center on September 13 starling al 11 a.m. For reservalions contact either Mrs. Anna Behlmen (729-3833) or Mrs. Adalaide Yealon (729-4044). The trip to the Cliff House on October 18-19 and 20 is coming along nicely. For information and reservations contact Mrs. Anna Behlman. Deposits for this Maine (rip are due. Several other trips are in Ihe planning stage. Fifty members of Ihe Modern Dance Club ol the Naugaluck High School performed for the patients al Ihe Glendale Health DL 1 IjifJinr Wf)ttl(in Care Center recently. OrjUIUUf rYUmUll Senior dancersincluded Debbie Kirkenda II, Chris Zak, MarySch- melke, Eileen Dingle, Ellen Campbell, and Melorie Zionkowski. Junior dancers were Rose _, } _, (,1111) I QCLY ^iUU 1 VUI An Executive Board meeting of music of the Mastertones. the BeaconFalls Junior Woman's Each committee chairman will Club was held recently at the meet with their committee Angiolillo, Debbie Fitzgerald, ti ome of President Silvana members during the summer Donna Kirkendall, Mary Ann Makarewicz at which time new months to complete plans for committee chairmen announced projecls to be held during the their ideas for Ihe coming club dub year. Conservation Chairman Janice E/OStBrfl Massua reported her group will Unlieri, Laurie Legenza, Janel Lynn, Cindy Pascale, Terri Salvatore, Kim Scranton. Sophomore dancers included Cindy Ardry, Elvira Ascencao, Sue Borbas, Debby Brody, Patty Fallon, Pam Johnson, Carol Langlais, Sallie Maguire, Jackie Moriotti, Maureen Sylvester, Jamie Best, Sarah Bummett, Carolyn House, Mary Rally, Karai Camp, Lucida DiMaria, Massua reported her group will rri p t at .tf,ly< Barbara Caspar, Claudelte continue lo support Ihe recycle 1 0 LjfllBI lain Gravel, Rosie Healy, June center located behind the (own , Krenesky, Donna Maloney, hall. It will also conduct the MOStet' Ambrose, .annual spring plant sale. Education Chairman Maryanna Provancher said club members will publish Iheir own cookbook. The Homelife Committee chaired by Sharon Scheithe irsday, i. in Ihe Masonic at which time they will honor Master Masons. Entertainment will follow the reported the annual Haltoween . . ,. . ,„„ „,,„ Mary Russo, Trad Shaffer, Kim Tade for lown children will '"'.'"f" M IS/ TK? 1«), P «*—-- s^rA*s« i-;"-"^ y t^&^&j^*-™™* AARP Chapter 495 Installs New Officers \\ Chapter No. 495 AARP held its second annual dinner dance and installation of officers on June 10. Outgoing president Clara Slinson presided over a short business meeting which followed a delicious buffet. Ann Gesseck, Trip and Tour Chairman, spoke about the several trips planned for Ihe future. Trips to Mystic Seaport, a German Beer Festival, Jones Beach, a seven-day Canadian lour, and the annual trip which includes a Halloween party (o be held at Ihe Granite Hotel in Ihe Catskills is scheduled. Livia Keilh was guest of honor for the evening and was presented a pewter bowl by Ihe members. A scholarship was awarded to ( ••> Michael Mala. The outgoing NEWLY INSTALLED OFFICERS and directors of Chapter No. 4K AARP are shorn abo« from officers were given a rising vole left lo right: Arthur Hallman, treasurer; Al Ben!, ass'l. treasurer; Beatrice Broadrick, president; of thanks for their service to the Olio Keller, director; Clara Stinson, vice president; Ed Rossi, director; Mary UMothe. recording Chapler during Ihe past year secretary- Bruno Rossi, director; Carl Swatuon. director. Absent when picture was taken are Helen Officers msta led for the 1976-77 i and AnnNolan, directors. ... . t . . year are as follows: President, and organized, by; necessily; :1 .j. Te ^ rJ , ri -': Arthgr |ialfnYa'rif iFarm people) have to get to "^ Ainl Treasurer. Al firaz; Ihe field by n certain lime. Koreans Secretarv, Mary La They cat a heavy breakfast so ^^ Ihey can do Iheir work until the midday meal." By JEANNE I.ESEM family ate together Ihey ate She said unstructured ealing s^i,,^ Bruno ji, I'Pl Family Editor different things. patterns place greater responsi- an(J j^ M oras |(i , Norge W. Jerome compares "(Their eating patterns) hilily nn Ihe individual and Mr fl a |p|, coller ot Wateriown the modern home kitchen to a disregard gender, Ihey disre- force each person lo learn more waj (hc ^ • personnel cafeleria. in Ihe gard economic status, Ihey about his needs, and how he „,„.,,. i^ variety of items offered, the permeate racial and ethnic should meet them. ^^ „„„... preporlioned servings, the backgrounds." "AMhe end of the day. (he j^- mla(ivc Nra | F incessant traffic and the Her research involves singles, should! go over what he has a|)d Mrs Ma|a Mr Engle, Doreen Hennessey, Dawn Kielb, Lois Matos, Cindy Perock, Mary Russo, Donna Schwartz, and Angela Szczoczarz. An orientation with a mero- The officers are reminded to Mrs. Barbara O'Brien com- tership drive will be held late in ' YZtaJddrHes for Ihe menledlhegirlswereveryhappy the summer, according to wear long colored dresses for Ihe lo perform for Ihe patients and Chairman Donna Fiorillo. meeting. did a fine job representing Ihe Carol Zinko, safety chairman, Thrift Cfinn sported the bike rodeo will be Hilt]I •J'tUf' dub. Occupational health nurses currailly represent the largest health specialty group at work reported staged again this year. The Arts Committee Avis Russell reported will plan a family Christmas Saturday . . . Ways and Means Chairmen within industry, according to Marlale Bimelli| Sandi Concilio, The Clothier - Thrift Shop a "The Nurse in Industry," first md stlirle) , j aro hsen are plan- "« Congregational Church will official history of the American ning a dance lobe held Saturday, have a Clearance Sate in the Association of Industrial Nurses October 16 at (he Castilian Room, church parking lot this Saturday, being published this spring. in Water bury, with dancing to I he June 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Why not slop by and see what bargains there are. There are children's clothes, shoes, dresses, coats, men's and women's slacks, suits, blouses, shirts, shorls and many The Annual summer meeling of Pat Rupwain will direct the miscellaneous items. Naugaluck Junior Woman's International Affairs Depart- [ n case O f ra i n the sale will be menl in a Unicef Drive in Oc- j^^ ^ Parish House. Briarwood Road was com- *"" pr«iuti» r.u .««„ tober, a Cookie party in jhe sho p will be closed this missioned a second lieutenant presiding. November an International Wednesday, June 16 to prepare •nTd awarded a bachelor ol Committee chairmen Dinner in March plus a penny (or Saturday Sale, science deeree noon eradualion presented tentative plans tor the auction for the benefit of fnends Th eshopwill open again in late 11 s Air Force mrain B clttb * ear The C(m ~ of children. summer. Have a safe and happy u.». air rone .. _ t _ ; The Ways and Means Com Junior Women Outline Plans For Coming Year PAUL M. WEAVER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ebon P. Weaver of 32 Clubwas heldon Monday, June? with present Pat Dezso (rom \c the Er 355S SK^^W ss-'w? ?rlin« at Vance AFBOkla requesting all members to save "Naugatuck Junior W training at \ance Ard, UKia. -» ° , — nn ^. naf m..k r-,,ii n ni:™ ~r r newspapers Modern Home Kitchen Like A Cafeteria _Scti6ol; : RIVER SALMON? The directors are Olto Keller, Carl Swanson, Ann Nolan, Helen i, Ed Rossi tiling officer. Invited Livia Keith were Mayor William C. liado. Slate I Hanlon, Mr. and Mrs. Ihe Education.,Department, will begin a Summer Reading ItOLYOKE, Mass. (UPI) - A program on July 1 for ages 40-inch. 23-pound salmon pulled preschool through 14 years. Ten summer months from any club from the Connecticut River has volunteers will attend orientation member or a copy of the first fueled hopes salmon are return- on June 25 at the library. printing may be reserved by Susan Telehany .announced calling 758-5350 or 729-0001 Riv'ard Morgado. ; , , 2 servalion Department chairman me nays aim uieasu> v-um- sumrn er 1 , iu,,i™= i uh«> ria« Josephine Miller, presented mittee, under the direction of f«i^ n q"n r,«fcb ma ored P'a™ »« * M a P'P" V™ »n Gail Giancarli and Debbie isisted of 920 cadets, majored £__,__, ,, £ 7 ka „„„„„,„ „,.„„„ „„ expecting the of the Woman's R1VARD — A son, Nathaniel and magazines Club "Collection of Creative Peter.toMr. amnirs._Norman n'er. •' Cooking" cookbook very 'soon:-'" The collection of over 300 favorite recipes of club members will sell for S3.50. The cookbook will be available to the public during the HOSPITAL SUED HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) A man is suing New Britain General Hospital for 590,000 ing after a long absence caused by pollution and other factors, tent alive plans to sponsor an Eye The salmon was found Friday Vision Clinic Health Department. Helen Gransky, first vice- president will conduct a mem- Members and guests enjoyed following the program. n.- for her personalized style of selecting couples, nuclear and extended paten, and make up for what is &te/ca Broadrick, Francine foods. families. Mexican-Americans, lacking." Keith and KarH1 She bases her comparison on blacks and whites. Prof. Jerome calls the field studies .she made as a "Breakfast and snacks lend hnmcmaker a gatekeeper, re- milrilional anthropologist and lo he more individual than sponsible for stocking her associalc professor of human dinner, but even when Ihey sit pantry, refrigerator and freezer ecology and community health down (o lunch and dinner, they with food and beverages to and director of Education eat different things." provide good nutrition Resource Centers at the Dni- The professor found this individual members of vorsity of Kansas Medical pattern more prevalent in family. Cenler. College of Sciences and urban and suburban households "We often neglect looking at Hospital in Kansas City, Kan. lhan rural ones. shift work. Someone who works v In an address and interview Sludies of 150 households and from II a.m. lo 7 p.m. most i in New York Cily. Prof. Jerome 1.466 different foods convinced often will have two lunches and • said she could not at first bcr that the country' is moving no breakfast. If he isn't careful, believe what she read in diet away from the core, or he might miss important records kepi by individual ceremonial, diet. nutrients. members of the households she "I'm reporting what I see. "When you are dealing with a : was studying. She spoke at a I'm not advocating Ihe breakup person will) a very limited meeling sponsored by Campbell of the American family," she income who also must hold Soup Company lo introduce a added. more than one job. you meet a new line of single-serving "Thethree-mcals-a-day pat- real problem." canned soups. tern is based on agricultural She thinks home economists She said households she America. We have come to and nutritionists should move studied had personalized pat- Ihink of it as sacrosanct. away from Ihe traditional terns and ealing slyles: "The agricultural form of thrcc-meals-a-day pattern "Even when members of a living is much more structured based on four types of food. "They should know what nulricnts are in foods, and whal is lost in processing, and adapt intake to fit each work pattern. "The big challenge is lo gel people to understand thai and adapt accordingly. "People Ihink I'm calling 'doomsday.' but it is going to happen regardless." She praised young people for being in tune with their bodies. because he said an unattended ,_,_„ _ buffing machine began banging at Ihe Western Massachusetts Ten lo fifteen volunteers will be bership drive for the Juniors 1976- against him when he was in Electric Co dam, which has a trained to lest pre-schoolers 77 year. She has many interesting traclion. Clement Ojrarom ol "fish lift" lo allow migrating vision in the spring of "77. and fun activilies planned lo Plamville said his left leg was fish to ge! over Ihe dam. Last The homelife Department, introduce new members into club m traction when the mcment year, two salmon reportedly chaired by Jean Terrell, activities. All persons between- occurred^ SepL 9, 19-4 and jt were taken from Ihe river and presented plans for a coupon the ages o!!8to40 years who are interested in the promotion of educational, civic, cultural and charitable activities through the combined effort of membership are invited lo join. Further information and a club application can be obuined by calling Helen Gransky at 723-0286 any evening. Join now and begin an active state officials have said the exchange, river is getting cleaner. collection, _ .SYY1TV; • , >;" '•• ~ June 20. 1976 Remember Dad On His Day JEWELRY KEY CHAINS, MUGS BOOKS ICEBUCKETS — WINE COOLERS __, '' W CARDS • 'GRADUATION DAI June 21, 1976 PARTY FAVORS From Our All New Party Goods Section GIFTS —JEWELRY for both male & female grads THE HUMBUG SHOP 174 Church St. 729-8338 "Many young people instinctively know whal Ihey need." Salon 60 Meets Friday In Orange The meeting of Salon No. 60 Eight 4 Forty (Subsidiary of Ihe American Legion Auxiliary) will be held on Friday June 18, al 8; 15 pm. al the Orange Legion Home, Grassy Hill Road, Orange. Election of Officers for the coming year will be held. Delegates and Alternates to the Annual Mar die, lobe held at the Ramada Im, feast Hartford, Com., on July 31 through August 2 will be ejected. Hostesses [or the evening will be Mrs. Edward Kurzeja, Mrs. Dolsie Root and Mrs. Stanley Przygocki. usable clothing mother-daughter banquet in November, Mother- son dinner in February, plus metric system information and consumer reports to be published in the club newsletter, Oiatter. Joyce Rosier, editor of Chatter, assisted by Diane Buichyns, will publish Ihe newsletter each month. slowed down his recovery. He filed Ihe suit in Hartford Superior Court. club year. HALLMARK CARDS Fine Gifts • Jeweliy Patly Goods HUMBUG SHOP 176 CHt'KCH ST. IF YOU TRAVEL ON IAND, SEA OR IN THE AIR YOU ARE EXPOSED TO ACCIDENTS You Can MR. AND MRS. EDWARD PICHULO of 80 Bowman Drive celebrated their «lh Wedding Anniversary Saturday. They were married June IS, 1937 at the Church of the Assumption in Ansonia. They arc the parents of one son and have two grandchildren. (NEWSpholobyRayDelaney) *********'*'*'* * *~**\| RITA'S *'' WEDNESDAY SPECIALS HOT FROM OUR OVENS EVERY DAY* SAN FRANCISCO - SOUR DOUGH BREAD CO* *» Be Sure To Ask For Ourl *»*J Garlic Bread . RITA'S BAKERY 729-8485 "Package" Your Protection 1.) Land, Sea Or Mr 2.) Public Conveyance 3.) Private Auto 4.) Boating 5.) Aviation 6.) Special Needs Make Sure You Hre Covered 4 Correctly- If Not You Should Step in or nil DOM Of JOHN MINICUCCI M Church St. (MIR. N (MUCH n

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