The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 21, 1977 · Page 2
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L NAUGATt'CKNEWSIComOSalurciay.June 19, (916-Page3 I — •"- ,,'t A//y. Buckley Attends Wedding In Florida Mrs. Patrick Buckley, Wilson Street has just returned from Mary Esther, Florida, where she attended the wedding of her granddaughter, Carol Raye Buckley to William L. McMellcn of Mary Esther, The couple was married June 12 at St. Mary's Church in Fort Walton, Florida. Fashion Show Turns Into Floor Show ROBIN ANNE LOVELY, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Conrad B > r CAy PAm - EV noucheroMWCoWSprtngClrcleisamemberotthtUstgrtdttittag NEW YORK (UP!) - When claisofthfliarlfordllospiUlSchoolofNursing.Tiegr»do»Uoawill does a fashion show become a lake place at Ibe Cathedral of SI. Joseph in Hartford on Jane 20. Ms. Lovely has accepted a position as staff nurse at Hartford Hospital. (Photo by Bmtwell Studio) Parents Anonymous Holds Weekly Meetings floor show? When Regine of Paris opens a New York discotheque, starts a wholesale dress business, and then decides to show her fall and winter collection al midday in a midnight club atmosphere. The whole scheme worked for the red-haired Parisienne, performer, entrepreneur, and now A Parents Anonymous Chapter «lhout fear of judgment, social clolhes designer. She invited is being sponsored by Family stigma, reprisal, rejection or fashion reporters from around Service Association according to legal and punitive measures. It the nation into her Park Joseph F. Budny, Presitot. The serves parents who experience Avenue club for lunch and Ihcn weekly meetings will be held such child raising problems as p u t on a musical show with the each Wednesday morning from physical abuse, physical neglect, Second Century professional 10 a.m. to noon at 34 Murray sexual abuse, verbal abuse and dancers as models. Streel, Waterbury. emotional neglect. Other P.A. ••[ ^n sell all over the Parents Anonymous is a Chapters around the country Umted Stales," she said in an program for parents ex- report that most participants interview. "This is my first . periencing problems in raising have been successful in re- collection." Prices, she said, . and relating to their children. As channeling (heir destructive W0 u!d range from f250 to $600. sponsor of the new Chapter, attitudes and actions into con- •[},<, emphasis is on clothes that MRS, DAVID J. PAVIS nee Susan E.O'Brieti V'- . Debra Bassett Engaged To Randy Damicis The engagement and coming marriage of Debra L. Bassett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bassett, Sr. of 151 Rubber Ave.,toRandy L. Damicis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Damicis of 9 Squire Court, Oakville, has been announced by her parents. The wedding is set for September 11 at 11 a.m. at St. Mary Magdalen Church in OakviUe with a reception to follow al the Elks Lodge on Rubber Ave. Mr. Damicis is a graduate of Kennedy High School in Waterbury and is employed as assistant grocery manager at the Slop and Shop in Naugatuck. Scarves Very Versatile Accessories By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPl) - There is no limit to tying one on — if you keep the binge lo scarves. Designer Vera Neumann, DEBRA L. BASSETT Charles Brush Master, Beacon John Pavis Takes O'Brien As Charles Brush, Jr. was re- e ]ected Master of Beacon Valley Gra nge xo. 103 at Iheir meeling famous for her screen printed last Friday. Other officers fabrics, lies scarves on by the ejected were: Overseer Mary hundreds, showing women the p raml lis, Lecturer Joanne way to the versatility of one cipr j am)| steward Benedict fashion accessory that slumps p raml lis, Assistant Steward me when more than a Jo5ep h cipriano, Lady Assistant bandanna tie is involved. steward Jolie Noble, Chaplain But some women, such as Marjorie Brodeur, Treasurer Anna Brush. Secretary Joyce McPhail, Gatekeeper William Brush, Ceres Lucy Daddona, Pomona Ida Jane Coppola, Flora Yvonne Voghel, Executive Committee Franklin Behlman, Sr. and Junior Grange Matron Joanne Cipriano. These officers will be installed in ceremonies to be held in September. The Beacon Valley Grange will meet this Friday evening at 8. The program will be "The Games Kids Played". Mrs. Catherine Noble and Mrs. Marion Cronk will be hostesses for the evening. Family Service will provide slructive and loving parenting. are S oft and flowing, meant for crisis intervention and ongoing Mr. Budny suggests lhat dancing and moving about. help Ihrough weekly meetings, parents who feel they can benefit fh e Frenchwoman, aware of Parenls Anonymous is a nan- from such a program, or who (j, e | ren d (hat it no longer is authoritative organization in know others who can, should sufficient to parade clothes which a parent can involve contact the Association al 756- staidly on a fashion runway, himself or herself anonymously 8317. turned her club into a setting where the dancers showed ta fasl " aced dance >ert Pavis Norlh Haven, were united in marriage flnnrH? DOUtilb Cristoforo Colombo Aux. TT 1 1 A I r I" 1 lng ma ' e u ' i " L ' t;j: ' Holds Annwl June Supper.*g^™ Susan Edith O'Brien, daughter McNarnara, Danbury and Cheryl Belly Ford, have a knack with TT/ I /~ii i of Mrs. Morgan O'Brien of 50 Davis, North Haven. The Bride's scarve s and fall and winter YV OtTiatl S L/lUU Lewis St. and lhe late Morgan youngest brother, Patrick f asri j ons give them the chance O'Brien, and David John Pavis, O'Brien, served as Acolyte. lo snow lneir skills. There is a Justin Barchfeld of Danbury chanc e i na t with teachers such was (he best man and ushers as y era Neumann and Joseph . . . „ w-ere: George Benedelli, Norlh Brun0i a how-lo-tie-it demon- onFriday,June4,al6p.m.althe Haven; Peter Faass, Danbury s i ra | 0ri a || O f us will learn Immanuel Luthcrn Church. The and Evans Travis o! Danbury. Rev. Frank J. Meleschnig per- The mother of the briiie wore a formed lhe double ring ceremony peach chiffon gown. _ _ ^ ^ and the bride was presented in A reception for 100 guests demonstrating chic ways with ,,\<xl<i<S presidenl gave lhe in- marriage by her brother, Morgan followed lhe ceremony at the S q Ua re scarves, triangular scar- voca |j on O'Brien. Elks' Club in Naugaluck. The ves oblong scarves and other ^ exc , Richards; conservation, Mrs. Charles Packer; Education. Mrs. Charles Xoble Sr.; Arts, Mrs. _ T)!e male dancers wore suits JudithScoil of Manchester was couple left on a wedding trip to the maid of honor and Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Pavis are bridesmaids were; Ruth Jaz- both graduates of Western winski, of New Britain; Maureen Connecticut State College. The Annual Joint Board Banquel of the Naugatuck Woman's Club was held Monday . , Bruno, who would have made evening, June 7, at the Cobbler Charles Fellowes, llomelife, Mrs. a great sailor with his knot gleak House, in Waterbury. John Quirin; Special projects, know-how, (ravels the country ji re _ j orin Vergosen, "newly Mrs. Stanley Korpusik; International affairs, Miss Maryann San Angelo; icellent business meeting Hospitality, Mrs. Ebon Weaver; Neither did Regine's domes, all sighted toward vigorous Brass Q>unlrj'ciub" A delicious- alternate Lisa Cuccuro. fullcoursedinnerwasservedina President Julia Celello ap- _ very colorful Bicentennial at- pointed Antoinette Zuccarel liana evenm gs 0 ( dancing to the hard mosphere. An elaborate fresh Joan Rossi for her nominating and hars h.teal of rock. They floral arrangement inserted with committee. Chosen from the floor wefg a , 0|al „„,„;;(, though, miniature American Flags and were Daryl Masone, Barbara ^3,^ |j, e softness of flowing Sparklers which were lighted Rado and Marie Vagnini. Slate of Cri j[f ori5] the grace of filmy when members stood up and new officers for a Iwo year lerm looks rem j n iscenl of the 1920s proudly raised Iheir voices will be announced at the first fall ari d jguos took over, singing "America the Beautiful", monthly meeting Tuesday, Sept. Regine's opener was right decorated the head table. The M. Mrs. Celello mentioned (here from Mar jene Dietrich stage will be photographs taken of all enlrances-a full length white Charter Members on June 22 at mjnk SWMp j ng over a black- 7:30 p.m. in lhe Club Room. aefe ^^ These women will be notified by ^^ , re designer worked her the Idephone committee. way through yards and yards of blue bands were centered with Reminder of Bus Trip for Oak- chi ; foni sometimes jet studded original Bicentennial Liberly <kle Thealre lo enjoy - rae cn an ombre &X y or raauve , 6 .... ... f-...< Ch^^im "l.ihcrare IS ^^ e¥Wy whjch way _ background fireplace was designed with 1776-1976 impressive posters. Individual tables covered with white tablecloths, and red, white and • Bell Candlelabras created by bell wnoieiaoras crea.cu u, Great Showman Liberace ^ ds eva . y wnjch way _ a Terri Florist and offered as door Wednesday,Aug.25lhnterested group rigM from lhe I920s in prizes along with many bottles of contact Antoinette Zuccarem at Mack MKaK . wilh silver cheer. Barbara Sgrillo, Loretta 729-2063. metallic embroidery and more Spadola, Chairmm, assisted by Memorial Day Para* of May of ^ , WOs and 1930s in such - • ' - ' 31 formulated in behalf of the as her ivory cm - ( [ on floating (urban of , , lhe same fabric, were dressed in white slacks, _^_^___ Mazers and gloves with Pres. co j or f u | outstanding Celello carrying a wreath; tamU , Angela Amaral and Carolyn -- .. as nci i»u* j t-nm TSiAerehighlypraisedfor Auxiliary by Sis Masone was wd^ {onnal ^t wiU : the elegant decor for this alfair. represented. The many Sisters Rose Juliano was the winner of (he head table floral arrange- menl. New members, Rosemary Cuddv and Rose Juliano, were Madelyn Malone and Daryl ^ Ha presented Friendship plants, Masone displaying banner, Masone Bicen- created and worn Magnarimo. Sis is deserving of great resene ren , ienifvina they loo will grow with followed by marching members. credu (or making lhis a bigger ii AuxHiary. A brief business Riding in car donated by Mr. and M[el presentaUon 0 , the ,c,ting folbwcd. Report of a Sgrillo and drive n by J m Ami , ia , Naugatuck's George OToole asked lhal material from al] officers and chairman be submitted to her no later than July is. The m eetin g was then ad- JOSEPH L. PICHULO, "7 Craig Circle, - Start wilh just shapes. was conducted by Mrs. Vergosen. Press Book, Mrs. Francis Wood; Bruno Wednesday demon- 5^ si^ed that this year the By- Mansfield Sewing, Mrs. Clifford strated on fashion models some Laws would be enforced. Minutes White; Special Hostess, Mrs. ways wilh scarves for fall and O f tnc [ as t meeting were read by Paul Buckmiller; Senior contacl winter during the semi-annual Mrs. James O'Reilly. ' juniors, Mrs. Charles J. Noble Jr. "press 1 week" of New Direc- Corresponding secretary Miss reported on the upcoming sale of lions, representing ready-to- Constance Linskey reported lhat the Juniors'.Cookbook, wear and accessories firms. ^ f, a d sent ge! well cards lo Yearbook "chairman .Mrs. This semi-annual event lor members wno are v riu p and a the nation's visiting fashion sympathy card to the family of reporters from newspapers, Mrs Lu( . ius Tomlinson. television and radio will conlin- Treasurer's reporl was given ue through June 25. The second by Mrs George Solberg and was week will be under lhe approved. A report was given on journed by Mrs. John Vergosen. sponsorship of the American lnc awards won at lhe Slate who wished all the members a Designers Group. Federation of Woman's Club pleasant summer. Convention held in May by both Those . attending were: immediate past president Mrs. Presidenl Mrs. John Vergosen, Manuel Ruela and.vice president Mrs. Clifford Teeple, past Mrs ^dje^ Resell. president and honorary j,^ j 0 h n u. Talbot, incoming president, and Connecticut State textures vary from silks and registrar, reported on dues Federation of Women's Clubs, blends to challis and light wool. rece j v ed for the 1976-77 Club Mrs. Clifford White who has been The designer showed how to year.andwouldliektoremindall named to the Slate Board as wear them from the simplest mc mbers thai dues are payable chairman for Handicapped tuck-in for open collars lo August 1. A reporl was followed Sewing, immediate past knotting them to make an D y membership chairman Mrs. president Mrs. Manuel Ruella entire outfit. James Fox who submitted names \vhohasalsobeennamcdtothe Some examples: O f two new members and one Stale Board as United Nations — Start with a basic daytime reinstated, the new members and and International Hostess dress of sofl gray wool or reinstated member were then Chairman, Vice President Mrs. polyester. Tie a patterned scarf votc d on and accepted into lhe Andrew Russell. Miss Constance in black and while around the C ] UD . Linskey, Miss Barbara Stone, shoulders, shawl style. Tie a Publicity chairman Mrs. Mrs. "George Solberg. Mrs. smaller triangle in gray, black M ^, Tl Andersen, slated that James O'Reilly. Mrs. Charles and white around the head, piciures of all chairmen wouldbe Fellowes, Mrs. Joseph Celello. babushka style. Then loop an needed, also lo please inform her Mrs. Paul liuckmiller. Mrs. oblong, about « inches long. wc ]j , n advance of Iheir Stanley Korpusik, Mrs. Ebon around lhe neck and under lhe programs, throat. A very interesting resume of As for scarves, Vera coordinate colors so lhat several can be worn together, complementing each other. Colors range from brights to subtles and Weaver, Angelo. Miss Maryann San Mrs. Clayton you, programs for the coming year Houseknecht. Mis. James Fox, " " - - - ^ Is Donald Irwin. Mrs. Domenic liichards, Mrs. Alfred I'lrase lurn lo t'agr 1-' so driven by Mr. diligently to make it a fun and exciting event was (ne origjnali Winner for the Yearly YMCA 8 dinner and wished .11 the members a healthy, happy and "He is the richest who is content wilh the leasl, for contentment is the wealth of nature". Btrkira Vwman) MEMBERS OF THE WOM AN'S CLUB who I ttended the Anno il Jolnl Bwrds Binquet »t the Cobofer St«»k Mouse In Wittrbury »r« showi above: Mrs. John Vtrgosm, Mn. Clllford Te«ple, Mre. Clifford White. Mrs. Manuel RwlU, Mrs, Andrew Russell, MUs ConsUnce Linskey, Miss Birtiri Staie, Mn. George SolVrg, Mrs. Junes O'Reilly, Mr». Chirks Felteww, Mn. Jowph Celello. Mn. Pml BuckralOer. Mn. Stanley Korpsilk, Mn. Ebon Wetvtr, Ml»« Mtrytnn S>n Angela, Mrs. OB)Ion Houstknecht, Mrs. Jamrs Fox, Mrs. Donald truln. Mrs. Domenlc Kichards, Mrs. Alfred Schneider, Mrs.Fnncls Wood, Mrs. George O'Toolc, Miss Anna Nolde, Mrs. Charles Noble, Sr.; Mrs. Charles Xoble, Jr.: Mrs. Arthur Peatson. Mrs. Harold Pttfrson, ,Mrs. Msnurl Amaral, .Mrs. John H. Talbol, Mrs. diaries Packer. Mn. John Qulnn and Mrs. Albert Andmen. (NEWSphotoby Edward Newrnun)

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