The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 22, 1977 · Page 5
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Klaudia Herb Honored Guest iitrcot. Kliuullft Horb of Wan wiui SU081 or honor nt ci iihowoi- hold recently nt tun homn of Mrs. Wllllnm Konton on Folrclilld atroot. Mliwt Herb will bo mrirrlod Sat unlay to Kilwni'tl Wllcox of Wni'c atrnct. Hho rocolvnd mnny tflft.'!. Aninm: thoiici attontllnK wore: Mn Wllll'"" Vfflt, Mm. Idit Ault Mrs. Rulh StoU, Mrs. L.. J. RUB. no, Mi'M. Turos'ii Wllcox, Mr» On euro Wllt-jx, Mrs, Anna Horb Mrs. Eujtiin'j Hurb. MI-B, Karl Horn Mr/i, Andrew Knaplk, Mrs, Ml- chuol I.enry. Mm. Alfred Lufforty, Mrs. M, I 1 '. Novlllo, Mlso Toi'onft Ko'rb, Mis* Klounor Hurb, Mln« Hose Herb, Miss Dorothea I-Iorb, Mi»H TITO/MI Wllcox, Ml«.i Atfneu Fllzpa trick find Mlsu I'hyllls VoiJl, Parish Picnic Saturday Afternoon Ttw pnrl.sh picnic of tho .Snlorn I,iUhnwn church will bn holtl SlU- urcl'iy nftnrnoon nt 1 o'clock tit tho hf>mc' of Jon I Ando-.'non on FlnUI utrni't, Thf: board or ticlmlnUitfutlOn In »|ionnorlnK the event. In tho /•vont of r/iln, thn picnic will bo (icid. .Sutiirduy. Jti.no • 20, NAUGATUCK LIVE POULTRY MARKET (IVlrr. Kotiitorl, 1'rop,) Now Located At 56 HOTCHKISS ST, Tel. 5490 Local Couple Observe Golden Wedding Event A Golden Wedding celebration will take 'pli.icc tomorrow when Mr, anrl Mrs. William Zguzcnski 00 Woodbine street, observe thcli 50th wedding anniversary^ Tho couple was married in St Francis' church by tho lute Rev J. F. Shorldan one year after they arrived In this country from Poland, They have resided here jilnco that time. Mr. Zguzcnski, known to his follow workcrti n« Frank Miller, has been employed at the Eastern Malleable Iron Co., for 51 years. Tho couple have 'six children, Mrs. Walter Androu-Joskl, Mrs. Mi- chnol Novuk, Mrs, Frank Wlslnskl, Mls.s Ann Zgu/onski and Wlllljirn J, iSgu'/onttkl, nil of Naugaluck, and Mt's. Ralph Jnnnotty of Watcibury. A son, Crcslow P. Zgu/.enskl .lost his ilfo in World War II In the Belgian Bulge. There ;il«o are eight grandchildren and one great grandchild, A dinner party will be hold Sunday ut tho home of their daughter, Mrs. Wlslnifkl on Park avenue for members of the Immediate family. Salem Lutheran Group Food Sale Tomorrow A food Hiilo under tho ausiplccs or tho Womcn'a M'swlon society of the •julom Lutheran church will bo held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock in tho ofllcos of tho Connecticut Light Power Co., on Maplo street, Mrs, -Ifirry Carlson, G7 Qulnn street, Mra. Alex Lund In, 71 May avenue, tiavo offered tholr services to collect any food ltom;> that persons iro unable to bring to the mile site. raduated From Trinity College Jftmot) W. Marlor, son of Henry Vfai'lor. 82 Fulrvlnw avnnur, grad-it itod from Trinity collopro, Hurtfcrd, i) 17. Moro than 70 por cent vorld'n supply of Iodine rom Chllo, of tho comes Sunday School Picnic Saturday Tho Congregational 'chiicch Sunday school picnic will be Held Saturday, J'unc 22 at Lake Quas'sa- paug, with cars leaving tho parish house at 10 o'clock In'the morning. In the event of inclement weather tho picnic will be postponed, the church bell to ring at 8:30 o'clock announcing the decision. Parents able to drive are requested to do so, and to offer transportation to others. Those planning to attend will bring 1 their own box lunch. Chocolate milk' will be furnished. ' ' • ''•"• Playmakers Complete Plans For Outing 1 Plans have been completed for the annual meeting and outinp of the Playmakers of St. Michael's Episcopal church to be held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock atop Androw ;nountaln. j An extensive •program of varied | act.ivltlcs has been planned by the committee In 'charge of arrangements. Those attending are requested to bring their own plates, silver, sugar and a covered dish. Coffee and dessert will bo furnished. Mr,-Mrs. ,T. A. Broder Married 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Broder, 10 Carroll court, will observe their 2!>th wedding anniversary Saturday, June 22. The couple were married n St. Francis' church by the late ^cv. Thomas Cooney, June 22, 1921. Mrs. Broder is the former, Mary A, Wnlsh. The couple have one | daughter, Dorothy. I The family will attend tho~"wed- ! ling of Mr. Erodor's niece, Miss | Margaret Mary Flynn ,who Is being j married Saturday to Richard Sug- lon at Sacred Heart church, Waterbury. Mrs. Maxwell Elected Legion Auxiliary Head Mrs. Margaret Maxwell was elected president of the Ladies' 'auxiliary, 'Na-tiRatuck -American Legion post, No. 17, at a nomination and election of officers hpld by the group last.night in the Memorial ^ome, 21 -Codur .street. Mrs. Max- Well succeeds Mrs. Mary VanVlan- drcn, who has held tho post during- the past year. ' ' Other offlcfcTs, elected were: Mrs, Augusta Anderson, first vice-presi dent; Miss Maureen,Brazil, second vice-president; Miss '. 'Anna. Nolde, treasurer; Miss Dorothy Broder, historian; Mrs. Mild-red Baum'mcr, chaplain; Miss Frances Brazil, scr- gcdnt-at-arms; Mrs. Norris Follett, assistant sorgeant-at-arms. ; 'Installation ceremonies will' take place'Jointly with the post officers at 'a date in September to be an- noiinced later. " ' " Mrs, VanVlandren will ' conduct the ' first- session in September, at which' time a large class of candidates will 'be initiated. The auxiliary voted to hold no regular meetings during July and August. Announcement was made of a Second District 'meeting: to .be held July 10 in Derby. ' The-committee in chaj^e of last night's meeting included Mrs. Ethel Weber, hostess; aaisted by Mrs, Jissle Lewis, Mrs. Hazel Wigglesworth, Mr. Katlicrine Desmond, Mrs. Florence Bontempo, Mrs, Hazel Gunnoud, Mrs. Cecelia Reynolds. Former Marine , To Receive Diploma •,'. •'.-'..' •. • '-• - . ' ' •' At Crosby Tonight p. Borbns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustuve Borbas, 9 'Diamond street, will .receive his diploma tonight at graduation exercises .of the' 'Crosby High school, Waterbury. Mr, Borbas, who served in the Marino Corps from' August 2, 1943, his l'7th birthday, to- March 9, 1946, attended Naugatuck High School for three years before enlisting. When ho returned he passed an or- amlnatkm qualifying him for admission to the senior class at Crosby., -. ., . .,';,:• -.,.. Stowaways Now Come By Plane Holyoke, Mass., Juno 20—(UP) —Stowaways arriving in -Boston by • means of troopships has become commonplace. Now the Air Transport Command n-t Westover Field reports its second trans- Atlantic stowaway in a week. 'The crew of a C-5-t radioed that a 1'4-yoar-old boy had been found lidlng aboard the transport when t landed in Iceland. The boy said lie was Fred Baker .of Holyoke. Ho is being held by army authori-ties. Only a few days ago a Polish joy slowed away on a plane com- ng from France. What's Doing In Na A calendar of events for today, tomorrow and everyday Tonight Official inspection, '' Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star. : Strawberry supper. Women's Society of Christian Service, Methodist church. , Juno 21 F-ood sale, Salem Lutheran church Women's Mission society, Connecticut Light & Power office. Voters to be made. Men's League, Salem Lutheran church. . June 22 . Congregational church picnic, Lake Quasnapaug. Immanucl Lutheran church Servicemen's Welcome Home banquet. Salem Lutheran church picnic, June 21. High Scrool Senior Promenade, 8:30 p. m. Printing and publishing ranks fifth among U. S. industries. GRANTED NOIXE Joseph Fitzgerald, 22, 153 Park avenue, charged with violation of he rules of the road, was granted a nolle with payment of $6 in 'Wa- .crbury City court this morning. Fudge John L. Gaffney presided. 15 JEWEL WATERPROOF RADIUM DIAL WATCH With Stainless Steel Bracelet . $29.75 CCHNEER'C ^CREDIT JEWtLERS^ . 162 South Main St.. — 4-2206 NAUCATCCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. JUNE 20, 1B4*—PACE* Y's Men Sponsor State Conclave The Naugatuck Y's Men's Club will sponsor a Connecticut conclave of Y's Men's Clubs Sunday at. Ccdarcrcjst, Orange. Members of clubs throughout the state, and the! rfamJllea, will take part. Registrations will open at 10 a. m. Lunch will be served at 12:30. An electronic photolight permits photography of motions up. to 2,700 feet per second. Our Complete Services Gives You Carefree Vacation Driving! ! POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave. Tel; 4935 Cars Called For and Delivered SUNSHINE Is Good For Your Health Get Plenty Of It Let Us Do Your Laundry PHONE WAT.,4-llpG A MERICA • /. i /• \-nit i WATEKBURY Now She Stops „ "Cash and forty Without Painful BackaehC •When dlaortwof lddB«rfpn<:ttoi» p»iwIU po!«onou» router to remain In jmvrttoM, t* , loi« of PCD «nd merer. welll™?. puffineM under Uw «< hhMiinddtamcEii. Frjauent or K«nUr TMUMLRO with »miirUn« *mt burmiMt •««•• Umco «how» thews I. monxthii* wro»« wtth vour kidneys or bliulder. Don't waltl A«k your 4rtt«i<t /or Own* mi*. B. BUraulaot diuretic, umd luccntfullr by million* for over 40 r«n™- Do»n • f>»; Iwppy rellrf «nd will help Hi. « mil- of kidney tube. flu»h out polMnom wwta trm vo\ir blood. Get Domn 1 * TilU. • COMPLETE SELECTION — of — POLKAS — by — Victor ZembniBki Joseph Lasarz Ed Krolikowski Brunon Kryg«r ' and' many others. TRY NEWS WANT ADS Pennsylvania ranltn first In the annlng and finishing .of leather, vhllo Massachusetts leads all other states in the manufacture of joots and shoes. ,. TRY , NpEW.S, WANT, ADS MEATS— FISH — GROCERIES— FRUITS and VEGETABLES Save COLD Cash On These HOT Weather Food Specials! FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES * WATERMELONS ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT LEMONS PEACHES TOMATOES LETTUCE POTATOES CABBAGE CARROTS 360's California Sunklst LtVTB'O ',; Florida California .; Sunkist Georgia Hiley Belles or Yellows Selected Rod Ripe Native . Extra Iceberg Largo Calf. Long Whites U, S, ; No. 1 Native Grown Delicious - • • California Sweet Red Ripe long Watsons 220 's 64 'B Size for Ibs .coll* 5' 49c 29c SERENADE TO AN EMPTY GAS TANK Listen to those sour notes for the lady who ran out of gas! Right here, the world's sweetest music would be the voice of a Tj'dol dealer saying: "Fill "er up, ma'am? Fill "cr up •with power-packed Flying-A Gasoline?" MELODY IN ONE FLAT Only one? But that's one too many. The Tydol dealer would have checked all those tires. Vecdol Safety-Check Lubrication includes—at no extra cost—an inch-by-inch search for cuts, bruises and weak spots. 2 10 19c has. Ibs TUT, TOT, MR. McNUTT The engine's hot under the collar, too, but not «o noisy as Mr. McNutt. Next time he'll start •with a- crankcase full of cool running, smooth running, Improved Vcedol Motor Oil—and whisper along for a thousand carefree miles! CARELESS DRIVER'S BLUES It takes the' shrill screech of a traffic cop's whistle to remind some folks: (1) more car* than ever before are crowding vacation highways, (2) the average car is more than eight years old. This summer, safety is a full time job. Drive safely—in a s»fc car. 25'belu- 1SJC * GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS * Breakfast Toble Values '' J 12c QUAKBK PUFFI1D JUOE SPARKIES P' ! « MAKES COFFEE INSTANTLY a-oz. NESCAFE J M BAICKH'S DELUXE '/j'lb \^f* COCOA can I/*' DEL MONTE COFFEE AF.OMA FBESH ROASTED COFFEE CSEAM or mod. WHEAT . . px« KBABTS DELIGHT TOMATO JUICE SUNSWEET PRUNE JUICE . LTBBY'S CALir, ORANGE JUICE Plllab'y 1 !! Pivnculto anil. FLOUR , . . PKK HERE AOAIN . POST TENS , B1UE9 - WASHES WITH SUDS -lOc BLUE .WHITE' ** WTANDOTTE A CLEANSER . ,. . . * «»• SWANSDOWN 2 %-' b CAKE FLOUR " 1:B HEINZ OEEAMED Beg. He TOMATO SOUP . . « n OERBER ' 3 3,« 23«l APPLE ID «» **• •"«• 'No. 2 .«•«•« 21c 27c L Cftnned Vegetables ««• .No. 2 LIBBY'S VEOETABIAN A ,171/s-oz. BAKED BEANS Z :><»» BUBNS' FANCY A Ig. CUT BEETS .. BANQUET DOT GREEN BEANS EEBECOA-fiEE FANCY SPINACH .... B&M SEAiyACT BAKED, BEANS LJBBY'a,MIXED : - . , ;VEGETABLES B&M MAINE CEEAM STYLE . No. 2 GOLDEN CORN 27c 25c 15c .«.««« j Warm 'Weather Suggestions I CHUN KINO ... ... BEAN SPROUTS •CHUN KING CHOP SUEY VEGETABLE LA CHOY SOY SAUCE if Qf« 1» 1 ' AA/» £&*' A f\f* 1U C HABITANT TBBNCH STYLE PEA SOUP ''' HAZZI/E ; '/a- BLEACH /w 27c * 15e 19c BLUE LABEL TANOT . CATSUP ..,..,, : lg MI SHH-K-H. . . Ab, peace! Ah, quiet! You had a smooth, safe crip because you drove in first for complete Tydol Vacation Safety-Check Service. And you'll avoid plenty of trouble all along tho way br making regular stops where you see the Tydol sign. Yes, you'll keep the tank full of powerful, long-mileage Ffying-A Gasoline! Yes, you'll have a fine time! . ',p -. . Here's the man who gives you that VACATION SAFETY-CHECK SERVICE He's your Tydol dealer! And what a. b-i-g package of service be has foryou this summer! Expert car check-up. Complete line of certiBed Flying-A quality accessories. Great post-war products—and a new high in SERVICE! / . ..'.; . TYDOL FLYING-A GASOLINE ,"' Every drop packed with true TydoL.quality. Smooth! . . . ^ Powcrfull 2. IMPROVED VEEDOL MOTOR OIL Gives your motor extra protection against summer beat add dusc. Still 100% Pennsylvania quality—now finer than ever; 3. VEEDOL SAFETY-CHECK LUBRICATION Includes, at no extra cost, expert inspection of J8 vital points where many car troubles start. T. LOCAL INFORMATION SERVICE Tydol dcalcn keep posted .for you. Ask 'cm about short-cuts, ro»d conditions, earing places, sleeping accommodations. They're glad to fac!p! Pot /a Flying-A Sfart qnd a Safe Return see your

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