The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 22, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 22, 1977
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man TAX BATE r-Irorkton, Mn«n., Juno 20—(UP)— 7 ho JO-HI tux rtUo roi 1 'Broclcton htu I'PH not at .$4(1.80 por thcuiHimtt wt Is nn Incrotmo of • $-1.20-ovo> ji yi-ur's fUti) unil u record high tli'o city's history. FOR BURNING FEET IT CANT BE BEAT! PODOL FOOT RELIEF Pon't lot ytnir vvurk nntl plrunuro nuffur from fi<*t n\l»t'ry (.'Hutu-el from btirnlnK cnlloind uii'l "oru, uohlntf fpgt. Ytm cnn KPl.lini'ii'illiiii 1 i-i'lli'f by iiffitlv mniHiiKlni: ruiir ft'i'l nt tii-illlmi' wllh I'OUOIi Kwn U*.|l"f. thf frrt'inolr-m, ntnink i («H, null, npptio c'lntni^nt; itnnw.whlto nnd nlfKni- ,nt to tue. T'i r r^«nUrt tiro not iv illnUmi nriini!^') but I'f-lt Immiidhilely, C!nl li r.Uo .•r fit iniii'ViinM rhnnnurri Nniiiniturk Ittnic , it nil m><"l llrlllc llr "l ilri>i>rtrni>nt «t»rr*. \VKDD1NO GUT SPKCIAL KM'ICTIUC f'KKCOf/ATOKS — with rhrmno tray, mijcur mid : $22. M. WOLPP art OTIAND ST., \VTHKY, Papertries Including,' |,ov(.'ly To\volH, Plato I'liu'iw tuici fjiinchoon iiiul Cocktail Napkin.i .\|/SS_l--'f),ST13Ti > ,S SHOP I" Carroll Court Women's Activities-Personal and Social Rubber Girls To Hold 12th! ' Annual Banquet The 32th annual hanciuct of the U. S. Uubbrir Girls' club of the Nan- Kiituck footwear plunt, will be held tonltfht nt the Hotel Elton, Waterbury at 7:30 o'clock, with more thnn IJ5 members expected to attend, .Invited Riicsts rntlude: Mr, nnd .Mrs. C. L. Glacs, Mr. tine) Mrs. W. K, Blttlc, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A Ander- Mfjn, Mr and Mrs John J. Wrlnn, Mi', find Mrs. R. E. Lowell, Mr. iind Mrs. E. T. McGrath, Miss Marie. J. Rynn and Miss Stella M. Mc- Cfinn. MI.MM Helen Unl.s will .serve as mbtro.M.s of ceremonies. Thp com- mlttcu arrnnKlnj,' the banquet In- r.'huU'.i; Molly Lavorgnrt, ohulrman; Min-y Heffcrman, Marie Poaanelli, Mury Whelan, Constance Llnakey, Bnrburn Stone, MlsH Unla and Holen Huclfleld. Recently elected olllcers for the 1CMO-I7 senson includes: Catherine firosnnhiin, pre.sldent; Elizabeth Bowers,; Sylvia Smith, socrotn.i'y; Miss Unls, treasurer. Kntertalnment will bo provided luring the dinner and Fred Breiilce find his orchestra will 1'urnlsh music for Rebekah Officer To Visit Here: Dlstilct Deputy President Mrs. Ada William of Seymour will make hot 1 official visit to Columbian Rebekah lodRO, No. 35,' I. O. O. F,, j July 3, according to an announcement made last night at a meeting- of the lodge conducted by Mrs. Marie Aihford. noble grand. The lodge accepted an invitation from Centennial lodge, No. 100, I. O, O. F., to attend church and memorial services June 30 at the morning service of the Immanuel Lutheran church. The noble prand and vice grand will attend a meeting of .Wlnona lodge of Waterbury, Wednesday livening, June 2G when grand officers make their official visitation. TttY NKWS WANT ADS Youth Fellowship To Hold Picnic A picnic will bo held by members of St. Michael's Episcopal church Young People's Fellowship Sunday afternoon at the summer cottnjje of Mr. and Mrs, DeForest Hart at Bantam Lake. Trannportatlon has been arranged and those planning to attend are requested to assemble at the parish house at 1:30 o'clock. Swimming will be the main attraction, with singing and other recreation planned. Lincoln © Store W. M AIM ST . Phones .F. Goodrich W TIRES NOW IN STOCK 600 — 625 — 650 — 700 — 700 — 20 650 -— 20 700 — 20 600—16 16 625—16 16 700— 16 15 525 — 20 15 650 — 20 10 Ply Truck Tires 8 Ply;Truck Tires 8 Ply Truck Tires Snow Tires Some Sizes in Limited Quantifies Ample Stocks on Most Sizes SENSATIONAL SALE OF PINE QUALITY GLENWOOD MOTOR OIL 2 Gallon Scaled. Can (8 quarts) All Grades STROMBERG BATTERIES 45-PLATE HEAVY DUTY BATTERIES Guaranteed 18 Months 5.95 WITH OLD ONE Flt« Fords — Chevrolets — Buick — Dodge — Plymouth — Studebaker Champion and Others. Other Models $7.95 to $14.95 Guaranteed up to 3 years. NEW 1946 MODEL RADIOS Immediate delivery of limited quantities of famous make console and table model radios. PHILCO CONSOLE $13385 BUDGET P1AN SONOKA RADIO $2355 PILOT RADIO BJt-NDIX KAU1O . .*. ^~- -J ^^ B^ $2845 $3175 Also Zonith—KOA Victor—Emerson—Tada —Motorola and Admiral Radio Sets in StocK, Smith-Green Nuptials Hera This Afternoon} Marriage v-jws will be exchanged •this afternoon in St. Francis' rectory by Mlas Elizabeth'Ann Green, daughter -of Postmaster and Mrs. Frank T. Green. 116 Falrview. avenue, and Edward J. Smith, eon of Mrs. Theodore F, Smith of Beacon Falls. The Rev. Albert, Taylor will perform the ceremony. • ; The bride to be attired. . in a triple sheer street length" dress ol dusty mauve with an insert oi^ Chantllly lace, matching hat trimmed with natural flowers and carrying an old-fashioned bouquet, will be attended by her. sister, Miss Barbara Green an maid .of honor. Joseph Smith, brother of the bridegroom, will serve as best man. The maid of honor will wear, .a silk crepe street lengtii iireas of turquoise blue with inserts-'of lace, matching hat trimmed 'iii 'natural ilowers and carry : an'"-.old-fashioned bouquet, ' • ' ••',,' At a reception for members .of- the immediate families to be held at the home of .the,bride's parents, the bride's mother will receive In a street length dress .of lusty rose with navy accessories and the bridegroom's mother in" a 1 street length dress of; black and white with black accessories. The house will be decorated ,,with garden flowers. •" • ' ' . Leaving on a wedding trip to an unannounced destination, the bride will wear a black and white silk print dress with red lizard accea- iories.1 Upon the-:' return they will reside on Bethany road, Beacon Falls. NAtJGATUCK NEWS (CONN.) , THURSDAY. JPNB tO, IMS—PAGE * Methodist Strawberry Supper Tonight "'' Plans are complete- for the Strawberry Supper to be served tonight by the Women's Society of Chrls; 1 a n Service of the Methodist church from 5 to 7 o'clock in the church hall. . The supper will be served In cafe- lorla style. Mrs. Herbert Johnson Is the kitchen committee chairman, with Mrs, Cornelius VanVlan- dren and Mrs. Harry Rogers in charge of the dining room. Localites At "Pops" iConcert Mr -.and Mrs. .E. Philip-.Walker and daughters, Carol and Sally; Mr. and Mrs,. George Little and daughter, Susan; Mrs. Robert • Anderson and Mrs. Arthur Pearson attended the "Pops" concert of .the New. Haven Civic Symphony >orchestra last night In New Haven. One oC tho evening's,features the . presentation /of' a. combined chorus from Hartford-'and New Haven. ' - . "- •?! ' Announce Birth . - -. ? v.' Of Daughter . ';./V;. ' '.Mr. and Mrs. Neal W, Hughes of Washington, D. C., arinounee.. the bli-th of a daughter thlsimbrnlh'g in the New Haven hospital. Mrs. Hughes is the former .MiflB Barbara Rodenbach', daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rodonbach, 56 Terrace avenue. . George McNamaras Parents Of Son Mr. and Mrs. George'McNamn-ra, 31 West street, are the parents .of a son. John, born June 12 in'Meriden hospital. Mrs, McNaniara • Is the former, Miss Mary DcNIgris of Wallingford. ' l^.-i GRADUATION CARDS — and — •GIFTS THE CARD and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE Ncary Building Church St. 80 PER CENT extraction flour now used in Flakb'— and Flakorn. You'll get the same delicious results. Only noticeable change is that new flour makes the dry mix slightly different in color, but hot your pies and muffins'. • Both product! mvc time and labor. . pvi.ce '.-noll.«r "Hlclory" Succ«»—"f«rmo-llfl" « "Hickory" ore «»a; U. S. fal. Od. 1 ' NEARY BUILDING Naugatuck, Conn:" • •

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