The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 17, 1977 · Page 3
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Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, February 17, 1977
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Sisttsr Margaret Rosita State Hospital Chairman NAl'CATL'CK NEWS (Conn.) Friday, Jane 18, 1S16 - Page 5 f} Isabellas Host State Past Regents The Daughters of Isabella held Iheir regular meeting Tuesday June 15, in (he All Purpose Room of St. Francis School with Regent Jannette Ilildreth presiding. THE NAUGATUCK LODGE OF ELKS No. 967 held Its first initiation of new members ol the 1976-77 lodge year. Pictured above left to right standing are: George Bailly, Esquire; Richard Brodfur, John Bulkus, Mario Olivier), Fred Hows, Bill Mankf. Jofcn Hanky. Mark Krampfcrt, Jot]* Hinley, Willcy Gnienwald, and Raymond Dumjchott Jr., Etilted Ruler. Seated same order Robert Federlco, Tony D'Antonlo, Bill Schmidt. Tony Dmucbowski, Manny Bergantino. and Antonio Mates. (NEWSfhotoby Edward Newman) MEMBERS AND FRIENDS of St. Vincent Ferrer Ladies KuiH recently enjoyed a chicken barbeque at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Erk. New Haven lid. Members of the committee from left to right are Mrs. Carol Mason. Mrs. Helja Baker, Mrs. Tina Ruccfo, Mrs. Lorraine Reeser, Mrs. Frances Licnikas, Mrs. Angle Erk, Mrs. The Connecticut Hospital Association today installed Sister Margaret Hosita Kenny, Chairman of its Board of Directors for 1977, and elected William K. Cole, Esq., Chairman- elect of the Board for the current year. A further highlight of Ihe Association's meeting was the renaming of its Distinguished Service Award in honor of T. Stewart Hamilton, M.D., retiring President of Hartford Hospital. Sister Margaret Rosila is Administrator of St. Mary's Hospital in Walerbury. She is a graduate of St. Mary's Hospital School of Nursing, received a Bachelor of Science Degree in accounting and finance from Bryant College in Providence, Rhode Island and earned a Master's Degree in hospital administration from St. Louis University. A member of the Order of Sisters of St. Joseph of Cham- finrhanuo hery,Sister Margaret Rositahas DUrOfiljUK been active in leadership positions within that religious Members and friends of St. order, in addition to her work in Vincent Ferrer Ladies Guild the health field. She is a past enjoyed a chicken barbecue on treasurer and past president of 'June 14 at Ihe home of Mr. and the New England Conference of Mrs. Henry Erk, New Haven Rd. the Catholic Hospital A drawing for raffle prizes was Association, and is currently a held with Stephen Tufanario „ rr j • i winning a television, Marilyn Of, nGuWlS S Mulinski, afghan; and Emil _ ° Burrell, three bottles of cheer. Lttdie^ GllHd A short business meeting followed the dinner. There will be no meeting of the Guild during the months of July and August. The Saint Hedwig's Ladies Meetings will resume in Sep- Guild will meet on Monday, June lember. 23, at 8 p-m. in the Parish Hall. Mrs. Angie Erk, chairman in Mrs. John Pruchnicki, president, charge cf arrangements for the will conduct the meeting, barbecueandraffle,wasassisted Members on the Refreshment Committee for this meeting will te Mrs. John Pruchnicki, Mrs. Richard Pruchnicki, Mrs. Joseph Prrybyloski, Mrs. Mary Jane Rado, Mrs. Anthony Ranaudo member at-large of Ihe House of Delegates of the American Hospital Association. She is also active in Waterbury civic activities. William K. Cole, Esq. is a partner in Ihe Hartford law firm of Robinson, Robinson and Cole. A resident of West Hartford, he is College and [sabe[|a wi] , host Ihe Past Regents Club of (he State of Connecticut on Sept. 12. The nominating Committee for the Election o! Officers in September are: Mrs. Ann Hildreth, Jo Cowling and Jo Graduaskas. St. Vincent's Ladies Guild Mr. Cole has been a Director of Hartford Hospital since 1958, and has been Chairman of the Board of that hospital since 1971. He was a Director and member of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Hospital Planning Commission, has been a Vice Chairman of the McLean Home, and is a past President of the Greater Hartford Young Men's Christian Association. Active in a variety of committees and organizations of the Hartford County, Connecticut, and American Bar Associations, he is a former member of the ABA Council of Delegates. The newly-renamed T. Stewart Hamilton Distinguished Service Award of CHA was presented to Bliss B. Clark, M.D., retiring President of the New Britain General Hospital; Edgar L. Geibel, President of the Stamford Hospital and Charles B. Womer, who is resigning later this year as President of Ihe Yale-New Haven Hospital lo assume the Chief Executive position with University Hospital of Cleveland, Ohio. Church in September. There will Janette Hildreth. •No. AARP Seaport Trip •The Trip and Tour Chairman of Chapter No. 495 AARP, Ann Gesseck announces the cancellation of Ihe Mystic Seaport trip scheduled for June 24, because of lack of quota. The trip lo the German Beer Festival on July 28 is filled up, and additional names will be put on a waiting list in case of cancellations. The Jones Beach (rip scheduled for August 16 is also filled and names will be put on a waiting list. There is still a few more places on the Canadian trip left. If interested contact Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Rossi, 729-5542. Please send in your deposits as soon as possible. Louise Robinson. Mrs. Nancy Hudner. Mrs. Caroline Nardello, Mrs. and Mrs. Louise Robinson. Jane Thomas, and Miss Antoinette Zuccarelli. INEWSpholobyEdwardNtwmaii) by Mrs. Frances Licnikas, Mrs. Marion Gladding, Mrs. Helga Baker, Mrs. Mary Callahan, Mrs. Nancy Hudner, Mrs. Mary Lussier, Mrs. Rita Garceau, Mrs. Carol Mason, Mrs. Tina Ruccio, and Mrs. Felix Rimkoski. M'ddlebury, formerly of Musical' : Comedy MARIETTA, 0. — Marietta College senior Duncan Chase of ,.- ^uslca] cb>-e4>, hifw-as Youth^, The White Elephant Committee , _ , TI7 1 consists of Mrs. C.J. Waskowicz, f MOtOS Witts Mrs. Anthony Tata and Mrs. c , ,. ,, . , Orvis Violette. bnultz Memorial Th ? H T Pr ^ s stration orders will be n distribution to members. In Chinese philosophy, yin The Card Party Committee means darkness and yang comprised of Mrs. Chester means light. Stankiewicz, Mrs. Charles Starziski, Mrs. Victor Stasonis, Mrs. Henry Swiderski, Mrs. Anthony Swiderski, Mrs. Cliff Swirski, Mrs. Sigmund Szymanski, Mrs. Stanley Terry, Mrs. Orvis Violelle, Mrs. Felix Witkoski.Mrs. Charles Wojtczak, Mrs. John Yachtis, Mrs. Chester Yacek, Mrs. Paul Cieslewski and Mrs. Eugene Czaplicki, wBl meet immediately following the regular meeting and distribute GREAT CAR 'BUYS In Classified LOOK NOW S — A son, Paulo Sergio, lo Mr, and Mrs, Jose M. Scares, High St., Jume 15, in St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Soares is the former Teresa Azevedo. tllege Little Theater in the Hermann Fine Arts Center. A spoof on operas past, the Rick Besoyan play received both critical acclaim and the Vemon nice Award for the best off- Broadway attraction of the 1959- W season. A 1971 graduate of Williston Academy, East Hampton, Ma.; Chase is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chase Jr., 117 Branson Dr., Middlebury. The name "Michigan" is derived ffom the Indian words meaning "great water." o ,.,-;.,-.,,,:.«,;„.•„.,,-; --^.^Vr ,' Summer DramaWorkshop This summer the participants of Ihe middle school Drama Workshop will have the pleasure •of working with a professional drama and' dance instructor, Micaela Zwick. Mrs. Zwick is an English teacher at City Hill Middle School and the founder of the Modern Dance Club at that school. She earned an AB degree in drama and dance at Bard Naugatuck Youth Services staff hopes the Summer Arts Program will be enjoyed by all. TheArls Program is conducted with assistance from the Connecticut Foundation For the Arts. The Youth Services staff will be taking sign-tips at local schools. For further information please call 729-6254. of the Theodore Shullz Memorial Award Scholarship presented by the Union City Polish-American Club. Lori is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Mates, 79 Ward St. She will graduate from Naugatuck High School next week and will be attending Mattatuck Community College. Pinebrook Church Honors RESIGN ILL ^ JVLJ * vj Hi Pnirtfl Kl Dmi, Mi i bit 16, lirtwthrtt M • Eitract Vi •!• Sw* M It. 114. THE PRESTON HILL INN HAS A SUNDAY FAMILY BUFFET WHICH LASTS FROM 1 to 6 p.m. Adults $6.95 Children under ten yrs. $4.50 LUNCHEON IS SERVED DAILY MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY noon 'til 2 p.m. $2.75 to $4.50 DINNER IN THE NUTMEG ROOM IS SERVED MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 6 to 9 p.m. ' FRIDAY & SATURDAY FROM 6 to 10 p.m. $4.20 to $6.50 THURSDAY & FRIDAY "KING NEPTUNE" SEAFOOD BUFFET 6 (o 10 p.m. $8.50 plui tox par parson ENTERTAINMENT Thursday Night Featuring TH1CE FIVE Fri. & Sot. Night Featuring STELLA and COMPANY For reservations and information about our banjoet, conference and motel facilities PHONE<201)lSS-nil Zwick directed many plays including, "Riders to the Sea" and "The Play of Daniel". Acting as assistant director, Mrs. Zwick with Ralph Nelson produced "The Pajama Game", with the Oakville Players in 1971. She produced "Tommy", "God- spell", "The Wizard of Oz" and the school play, "Oliver" at City Hill. Mrs. Zwick also worked at Longwhart Theater in New Haven. The Drama Workshop is designed to teach acting skills. Voice projection and proper mannerisms will be worked on. Mrs. Zwick may also use modern dancing to help individuals acquire thegracefullness of stage movements. This workshop will take place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 • 11 a.m. at the Y.M.C.A. Workshops begin July 5 and continue through August 27. Business and professional women of the community will be honored Sunday at Pinebrook Assembly of God, City Hill and Wooster Streets, during the 9:45 a.m. Sunday School hour, it was announced by the Rev. Coleman Barlow, pastor. The Sunday School, partway through its special Bicentennial campaign, is observing Betsy Ross Sunday, which means the spotlight will be on women and their contribution to society. Classrooms will be decorated according to this week's theme, and will be judged by a panel which will decide the winning room on the basis of originality, following the theme, and attractiveness. The winner last week, which was Minute Man Sunday, was the HOWLANP-HUGHE A A •WKZBBH^^M^MHMSff A A n^moK^BVBHHV FRIENDLy DEPARTMENT STORE" our own brand "SELKIRK" SHORT SLEEVE Asst. Colors S.M.LXL 758-4647 DAILY 9:« TO 5:45 GREAT THINGS FOR DAD Short Sleeve POLOS From $ 7 PROSPECT SHOPPING CENTfR WATEflBUM-PROSPECT RD. . 6 Ffll. 9:45-7:45 Junior classroom taught by Mrs. Joyce Starr and Cecil Obar. The display included a miniature Minute Man carved from wood, with a moveable arm that was mechanized to pull the trigger on a tiny gun equipped with blanks. Lisa Williams and James Scbasliano won awards for bringing the most visitors. A total of 126 attended last week. The church has set an attendance goal of 200 by the time the Bicentennial campaign ends on July 4. Still to be observed, in addition to Betsy Ross Sunday, are Liberty Bell Sunday and Independence Sunday. On Paul Revere Sunday, which was June 6, the classroom award went to the Young Adult class, taught by Mrs. Coleman Barlow. The display featured a poster- board scene of a town through which Paul Revere rode. "Windows" on the houses actually opened. By means of a hidden string of Christmas tree lights, (he houses and old North Church with its lantern were really lit up The public is cordially invited to attend the 9:45 a.m. sessions and join in the Bicentennial fun. Call 729-9770 for more information. Junior Grange Headed By Linda Bisson Linda Bisson was elected Master of the Beacon Valley Junior Grange No. 5 at their election of Officers held on Monday evening. Other officers elected were: Overseer Deborah Kirk, Lecturer Michael Kirk, Steward Shirley Kirk, Assistant Steward Brian Brodeur, Lady Assistant Steward Lynn Misumas, Chaplain Caroline Brush, Treasurer Ricky Wooster, Secretary Tammy Noble, Gatekeeper Kimberly Brush, Ceres Velma Wooster, Pomona Grace McPhail, Flora Michelle Bryk and Executive Committee John Rock LePage, Kevin Hubbell and Billy Charbonneau. 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