The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 24, 1977 · Page 3
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New Books Added To Library The following books have been added to Ihe shelves of Ihe Howard Whiltemore Libray during Ihc Sgt. P. Sharpe Completes Training Test Array Sergeant Peter C. Memoria' Sharpe Ql Nau K allKk an(i ° tlic r past two mem ' )frs °' lnc '38111 Military ['dice Company, completed an liiographies: The [leal F Scott a " nUal 0 P eratitma ! readiness Fitzgerald,thirty-five years later (r , a ' l ? m ? 1losl < OKTri m ^ 24 by Sheila Graham. The Cardinal al H-.B^ning, Ga. and Ihe Secretary: Thomas D °™B.'to Taming, (he uml Wolscy and Thomas Cromwell by t ' on<ucl(!d ^ ™<l night ambush Neville Williams; A Georgian at P ro(ecllon . prisoner of svar P ro « 5sin 8'""' 1'rinccton (Charles Colcock Jones) by Itobcrt ,M. Myers; Here's Ed, by Ed McMahon; The Death and Life of Bishop ['ike by William Stringfelbw; The Education of a Public Man by Hubert 11. Humphrey; Heagan, the political chameleon by Edmund G. Brown. Fiction: Murder in Three Acts by Agatha Christie; Autobiography of My Mother by Hosellen Drown; Doctor Hat by William Kolzvrinklo; 1 Hear America Swinging by Peter DeVries; So Long As You Uoth Shall Live (AD by Mcllain; The Golden Unicorn by Whitney; The Carfitt Crisis and Two Other Stories by Priestley; Plague Ship by Slaughter; Now and Another Time by llearon; The Will by Stern; Conflict of Interest by Whitten; Cavanaugh Quest by Oiffortl; Day Before Sunrise by Wiseman; Sow the Seeds of Hemp by Jennings; The Franchiser by Elkin. military police road control operation, nuclear land warfare, accident investigation, and a 25- mile rend march. Upon completion of the OliTT the unit was rated combat ready. The sergeant, son of Mrs. Nancy Ponton, 64 Highland Avc., is a military policeman will) Ihc company. He compleled basic training in January 1974 at Fl. Jackson, S.C.,andwas last stationed at Fl. Gordon, Ga. Sgl. Sharpe is a 1973 graduate of Naugatuck High School. NAl'GATlTKNDWSKotm Retired Teachers Close Season With Luncheon Berryman; The Himalayas by Nicoison; Monkeys and Apes by Time-Life Wild Wild World of animals; Energy and Ihe Earth .Machine by Carr, power resources, ecology and conservation; All SUrer and No Brass by Classic, Irish folk drama; Business Civilization in On Sunday, June 27, at 3 p.m. Decline by lleilbroner; Your the Prospect Congregational Child Learns Xalurally by Church ivil! present Ihe "liowe THE JIETIKKD TEACHERS of N'augaluck recently held their annual luncheon at Fortin's and named a new slate of officers. Sealed left to right are: Kalherine Green, program committee: Margaret McGuire, president; Mary Zetmder, recording secretary; Cecelia Reynolds, past vice president; Anna Dowling. treasurer; Mary Foley, retiring president; Helen Cooney, social secretary; and .Mary Shanley, cor responding secretary, Standing is Dorothy Galvin. student program committee. (NEWSphotobyDonC'ousey) On Tuesday afternoon. June 15, Ihe Retired Teachers of N'augaluck held a luncheon and final meeting of lhc season at Forlin's Restaurant. Gifts v, r ere presented to the following retiring officers: Mary T. Foley, retiring President; Cecelia Reynolds, retiring Vice- president, and to Catherine Green, retiring Recording Secretary, and to Kaiherme Hall, Ethefrnac Kenney, and Mary Wilcox, retirirg chairmen of committees. Sew officers for the coming yearare: President, Margaret E McGuire; Vice-president. Mary Jane Kamerzel; Recording Secretary, Mary Zehnder, Corresponding Secretary, Mary Shariley. and Treasurer, Anne Howling. Chairmen of committees are: Program committee, Helen Sokoloski; Legislative committee, Florence Anderson; Sunshine and visitation committee, Sally Miller; Hospitality committee, Kathcrine OToole; Constitution committee. Katherme Hall, and Membersfiip committee, Helen Cooney. N'amcs of members of the Executive Hoard, Special committees, and Standing crjmrniite-fes were announced by Ihe Prcsicfcnt, Miss Margaret E McGuirc Rowe String Quartet Highlights Prospect Bicentennial Celebration North Carolina where the "Rowe Quartet" is in residence at the v.,ri UU ' rar! ' Ncw Warner; Canada Alo 2 by Kane; Siring Quartet" as one of the The Quartet has performed all ^ ork by t.dmiston, a history and Tales for My Brothers 1 Keepers Bicentennial highlights for the over Europe, and last summer guide; Dangerous Edge by by Flynn; Who Do You Think You Town celebration. em barked upon a very successful Lambert, a history of mystery Are by Hilton, geneology; This appearance will be the tour of New Zealand, Australia, stories; Americas Freedom Hysterectomy by Nugent; Art of first time Luca Di Cecco has South Africa and South America, trail by Alper, description and Dressage by Podhajsky;. performed in his home town with In the fall the ROTO Quartet guide to New England slales; Somewhere a Cat is Waiting by liisslringa,uartet.Heisthesonof will be in residence in Buffalo at Life of the Self by Liflon; Stamp Tangye; Walk Straight Through the late Mr. Mario Di Cccco, who the University of New York Collectors Handbook by Rein- Ihe Square by Skurdenis, travel founded the Walerbury Sym- where Mr. Di Cccco will IK feld; Woodswoman by in Europe; Seasons Past by Rice, phony Orchestra in 1935 and was Professor ol Music and his wife IjliasWlc; How to Make Money baseball. conductor until 1970, and Mrs. In Wall Street by Rukcyser; All of Ihe above are shelved in Marie Di Cecco of Matthew Freedom of the Poet by the New Hooks section and are street, Prospect. Luca and his available for circulation. wife Arlene reside in Charlotte, will te Asst. Professor of Music. Next year this group has three concerts scheduled for Lincoln Center, New York. The program will consist of a Medley of early Americana member of the Senior Choir. Luca DiCecco is from a family of musicians. He began early sludy with the violin before committing himself lo Ihe 'cello at the age of seventeen. His formal sludy is wiU) various teachers, including Fritz Magg, Arturo Bonucci and Pablo Casals. He received Baccalaureate and Masters degrees from Indiana University where he was also awarded Ihe Performer's Certificate lor outstanding ability. Luca Di Cecco is a former Fulbrighl Scholar lo Italy and a full scholarship winner for study and performance at Tanglewood Music Major, Op. 96 by Anton Dvorak This concert will be brought to us by the Congregational Senior Choir, and the choir will sing "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring", accompanied by Ihe Quartet and Prospect violinist, Douglas Merriman, Tickets will be available at the door of the Prospect Congregational Church, on the •Prospect Green, or from any /\ \\i MANTEL, K. KUELA medley ot cany Americana lormance ac langiewooa ^lubic , i music, String Quartet by Samuel Festival in Massachusetts. Mr. Mdllliel Barber and String Quartet in F Di Cecco has performed widely as a recilalist and soloist in Europe and the United Stairs. He is presently Chairman of the Creative Arts Department at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte' Arlene Di Cecco has completed her entire musical education through successfully attaining scholarships and awards. Following eight years of study at (he Royal Academy Manuel E. Huela of 1304 New Haven ltd. was awarded a Master's Dgree of Education in the Bilingual-Dicultural Studies from the University of Con- I.INDA1.0MBAHD,daughtcrolMr. andMrs.Francis Lombardof necticut on May 1C. 3G Hill St., look part in graduation ceremonies-from St. Mary's Mr. Ruela is a graduate of Hospital School of Nursing. Commencement exercises look place ny of Music, Soulh.ern -, £onnecticut,,.S'jndiy. JuneGaithetnimaculale.Conci'pluwChyr.cliin\\aterbury. London and Santa Cecilia graduatfUg^w^UV a ^Bachelor's, j Undaiscmployenasas_lalinur5eatSl..Mary'sHosjjital. ,__ _ Mrs. Hubhell's Paintings On Display i ONE OF SKVEUAI. paintings by Mrs. Catherine Crevling Hubbell on display al Ihe Howard IVhitlcmore Memorial Adult Library until July C. (MiWSpholoby DonCousey) Shepherd Meets Tuesday In Temple Academy in Rome, she Won an Degreeiforeign languages and Italian Government grant for has been teaching the Portuguese study in Venice with members of language and the Bilingual the Virtuosi di Homa. Her classes al Naugatuck High School professional chamber music for the past three years career began when she loured for The Master's degree in the two seasons with the Italian Bilingual Studies is designed to The Howard Whittemore Chamber Orchestra San Pietrodi providelhe bilingual student with Memorial Library in A'augaluck Napoli. As a violinist with (he certain opportunities (hat is presently showing a collection Ciompi Quartet of Duke othenvisehewouldbedeniedand of water colors and oils by University, she toured Europe. whichwillmakeltoesludenE more Catherine Creveling Itubbell PamelaBenjaminisanativeof sensilive to language learning (Mrs. Reginald Hubbell). Soulhcrn California. She began andskilled in his new culture and Mrs. Hubbell's professional life music studies with the Piano and environment. has been spent mostly in the field was introduced lo viola in high Also the depth of these studies of interior design but she has school. As a scholarship sludent istoprovidetheleacherwithnev, always managed lo find time for she earned degrees in viola from ideas, techniques and curriculum painting. Now, having retired Northwestern University and the in order to enrich his instruction from decorating she has been University of Texas at Austin, and to attain the special needs of able lo give even more of her Ms. Benjamin's professional the student who is confronted by lime to painting. experience commenced with the two cultures. She studied at the Academy of National Symphony in Mr. Ruela plans to continue his Finc Arls '" ^i 03 ? 0 ' ' s a Washington, D.C., and the studies in the fall in the field of graduate of Pratl Institute in Chautauqua Symphony Or- school counseling and Brooklyn and has worked al the chestra of New York State". While psychology. He is the son of Mr. Art Students' League of New gaining experience as a solo and and Mrs. Manue! L'. Ruela, York with some of their top chamber music performer she residing in 127 Lincoln St. He is watercolorists. was appointed associate prin- married to the former Dolores Mrs. Hubbell feels waler color cipal violist with Ihe San Antonio Redo and is the father of two medium that should be Symphony and principal violist daughters Dolores Marie 1 and In !&Jfi WL'=]L'yaii College It-fame ihe firM in Ihe v.-*irld r .t> grant <$egrix-> In \vnmcr, Shepherd Salem Lodge of treated simply, boldly and with wilh the Austin -Symphony Or- Diane Unne. Masons No. ,8 A(- i AM will meet grcat „,,„,. and sca!e st , P j, as chcs(ra jn TMas _ s j; e js a facul(y Tuesday in the Masonic Temple, ^^^ exhibited and taken member at Ihe University of prizes in many parts of the North Carolina. country and has spent the last two winters on Ihe West Coast where she has found the painting as well as the climate much to her liking. Church St. at 7:30 p.m. for a stated communication. There will be no degree work, only a regular business meeting. The refreshments in the banquet hall, following the meeting, will feature Strawberry Shortcake. All Master Masons are invilcd lo attend. MOHANO HOMK GREENWICH, Conn, lUPII - Former Rep. Albert P. The exhibition will continue Morano, R-Conn., has been until July 6. released from Greenwich Hos- ( . .. — ' plal where he was taken for a kidney slew ailment. WATERBVHY. Conn. (UPIi - Dcbra L. LaRoche. 19. of Clx?shire. has been named this year's Miss Connecticut. 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