The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 14, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, March 14, 1977
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VETERAN, COLUMN OOI.T) STAR I'OST Gold Star Post, Catholic War Veteran* became an official mom- bei* of tho national ct'ffiinlHuUon last nlpht, when thn mernboi'H of tl,o ortfiinlxutlon a^nod the ohnrt- 'ei- of thu post, at tholr HChtKlulixl weukly mooting. Thu Krotip .tot JtiVzi nil tho date Of their summer outinff. It was ijtat- Our Diamonds ara vorlfluj f or eolor, valglit, quality.,. V you* dunr*nt«e of Jjonm f»J» qualit od by C(.(<Kmandor Martin Lucn'i today. All tfiifmbors of tho nuxjllAry have hcou Invited,, although whero the oinln,( to bo held is not known em ya. The 'dries which ; the poBt wllh usic foi-'ull ofllcla.!' cc'ro- arrived luut week, along- with th« cartridge post stationary. ' bolts and the e hew members were accepted nt last night's meeting-. Deferred until next wok was the naming- of an arrangements committee to' bo In charge of tfio military ball, "f h t!dul«l for .some time "in .• the fall. .-.tanley Miminskl, a post mem- beiywho hn» boon a patient In the Veterans;' Hospital for tho past three weeks Is homo and In f;ood health, It was reported by Commander Lucas. Iviwo..- been -fiohodulocliVdurlng the .local vacation period. • Chairman Richard Payne of the dnnec committee will report on progress In plans for 1 the affair t,o b(> held at .Linden Park' August 3, Members' arc . urged ' to ,' make returns for tickets at tlie meet- i"ff. ,' ' ' VETERANS OF FOKEtGN WARS ^ you r mtturnnae ol WILLIAM SCHPERO 1«0 CHURCH MX. , Conn, LEGION The American Lc-Kion is planning another \vante paper collection In August, Chairman Joseph naytltwleh announced today. The collection 'a month aj;o was a hiiRo success and funds ronllwd will be used exclusively for rehabilitation work. I-'Imil pinny toe the next collection Including dates, will be U n- Solicitor's Approval Cards have bf:en received by tho Crusader Po^t;, VFW, from the Merchants Bureau, In copnectlon with current solicitation for the' Victory Ball program. Commander Harold Lewis ' todaiy stated that a special meeting of the ball committee would take pines F:-iday evening at S p. m. at the | VI'W roorna on .Rubber avonue. He I urges that all committee -members attend this Important meeting. Bilbo Campaigning- InNaugatuck A calendar of events' for today, tomorrow and : --.~. everyday . July 2 '•'"•_ • Board ot Warden and Burgesses. West Side Community Cl'ub/meet- U.S. BABIES ing. July American L/cgion post. and auxiliary regular meetings. . . W. L. McNamara Released By Navy William L. McNamara, SM 2-c, of 31 West street was discharged from the Naval Separation Center at Lido Beach, L, I., Sunday. MAIUXK COJtJ'S Tho next meeting of tho Nau- Valloy Detachment, Maine Corps Leufruo, will bu held at he American Legion Home July ». Commandant Joseph P. Donahue announced today. No meetings GUS' S «02 North Miiln St. Union Oltv Ou.i Kllnuuizawftki, I'rop i Wo liuve your fuvorlto news- impur, imifrti/lne or other jiorlodlcul. CINE-KODAK'fS&l FILM IS ° HERE AGAIN ... in 8-mm. and 16-mm. sixes , .. for home movies in black-nnd- whi(« or fuU Koloe Photo Finishing Photo Supplies Developing- Tanks i Kodaslide Projectors Hazel Avenue House Sold A house and lot on 'Hazel avenue has been sold by Marjorie Osborne Harding and Harel Osbornc Harding to J'ohn and Olga Butler, and a lot on Gorman street has'.been sold by Annie T. Kenney to Forest S. Hanson. YOUR KODAK DEALER \ SWEENEY'S srS^STORE Neary Sldg. Iffiiorlng « threutenod Sennt<.> in- vcNtlfirutlon of Ills campaign, Sen. Theodore G. Bilho. Is shown as lie addressed n group of voters In ! Collins, Miss. Bilbo, urging that 1 negroes he prevented from voting i In the primary, is fighting a ^favy j veteran' for the Democratic Sena- I toriiil nomination. (Intpnintlonal) (Intcnmtlonal) Church St. Naugatuck First oil wells of commercial importance in Oklahoma was drilled within tho present city limits ot Eartlesville. Complete Week At Fairfield Beach Mrs. . Eric Klelndan and Miss Mabel Merrltt were guests for the past'week at the cottage ot Mr. and Mrs. William Merrltt, Fairfield Beach. Returns Prom . Bayview .Rest Mrs. John. Prus, of Anderson street, recently returned v from a two weeks vacation ut Bayview in Milford. Daughter Born To Rainviile Couple Mr. and Mi-6. Howard Rainviile, 32 Greenwood street, Union City, announce the birth of a daughter, Patricia Ann, June 25,-at St. Mary's Tospital, Waterbury. Mrs. Rose Smith Hospitalized '' Mrs. Rose Smith, 405 Rubber av T enue, was admitted to St. ; Mar"'s lospkal' last evening. Her i condi- ion is reported tins uiorninj mproved. BODY .RECOVERED South Portland, Maine, July .2— UP)—The body of 3-1-yca'r-old Wilie G. Dubeau of South Portland las been recovered from an army cservation on the' eastern side of oaks- Island. The body was washed shore after the victim drowned esterdny u-hlle swimming at.Wll- ard beach. - ,• i'i 'TODAY LIFE EXPECTANCY AT — BIRTH IS 65',i YEARS, 16~ YEARS CHEATER THAN 4N 1900. 1*00-02 MAU AND FEMALE LIFE EXPEC- TANCYAr BIRTH RAN 48.23 AND 51.08. 70 ..NACGATCCK NEWS (CONN.), TDESDAY, JULY 2, IIM«—PAGE s Women's Activities-Personal and Social 60 50 30 20 F OR th« first tima in our history, the average length of ife (expectation at birth) ex. eedY 65 years. According to nsuranco statistics, the baby orn today will have a lifo span i 6 years greater than the child Jorn-in 1900. This increase in ongcvity is a tribute to the ef- ectivenoss of public health and medical service and to our high tandard of living;. Couple Back From Lake 'George Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Churchill, of Nevf Haven road, have returned from a .two weekB vacation at Lake George, New York. R. Burns Weds Miss Chiswell • A double ring ceremony was performed Saturday morning: at 10 o'clock at St. Francis' rectory, unit; Jeanne L. Chlswoll and Robert J. Burns in marriage. The bride woe given in marriage by her father and ' was attended by bur sister, Mrs. Donald Q. Linhard as matron of honor. Charles Brennan, brother-in-law to- Mr.' :urns, acted as best man. The bride wore a white Palm Beach suit with white picture hat ind matching accessories. She car- led an old fashioned bouquet con-j sisting of white roses, baby's broat and blue delphinium. The matron of honor wore a ye 'ow Palm Beach suk with whit picture hat and matching accea series. She carried an old fash ioned bouquet of yellow rose: baby's breath and blue delphin ium. The bride's mother wore a blacV drsss .and white accessories an a corsage of white carnations. The bridegroom's mother wore a Dora] print dress wllh white ac cessories and a corsage of whiti carnations. A reception \vas held at ,th< bride's home for the immediati family. 'The bride is a graduate of Nau gatuck High school and wus for merly employed at the Naugatuck Savings bank, The groom IB a graduate of Nau- jatuck High school and attended .he'Merchant Marine Academy at Kingston, N. Y. The couple left on a wedding- rip to New York and Cape Cod, Mass., and on .their return will •esidc at 29 Tolles Square. For travel the bride wore Mavy'bJue suit with white acces- ories and a. corsage of white roses and carnations. Warren D. Abels Home From New York Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Abel of Jillville Avenue have returned rom a week's motor trip to Schen- ctady and Ithaca, N. Y. They aA- ended the three-day Annual Can- onment of the N. Y. State Pat- iurch Militant and Ladies Auxil- iry' of the Odd Fellows, which as held in Ithaca. • Seven Girls Spending Week 1 At Scout Camp Seven local birl Scout Brownios have gone to the Waterbury Girl Scout camp for a week, it was announced by Mrs. Ronald Jones today. The camp, known as Camp Wequapauset, is located in Waterville. . The local girls attending arc: Spend Weekend In Keene, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bontempo of Hillside avenue spent the weekend in Keene,.New Hampshire. | Een, Union City, Doolftt'les Leave For Colorado Home Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Doo- llttle and infant son, James Warron, PlatLs Mills, have left for Lake George, Colorado, where they plan to make their home, Mrs, Doo- Httle is the former Ruth D&thlef- Catherine Kissane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kissane; Susan Chancy, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Howard Chancy; Mary Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch; MaMha. Lundeen, daughter of Mr. Ernest Lundeen; Gale Balinski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balinskl; Ethel Hayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Hayes, and Carol Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Ronald Jones, Sick Benefit Society .Meeting The Concordia Sick Benefit Society of Salem Lutheran church will meet tonight a-t S o'clock at the church, Rev. William R. Frond- berg announced. Gleaners Meet At Platts Mills An all <Jny moctinp will br» held by the Gleaners Club of Beacon. Vailey Grange tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Lydia Baker, starting at 20:30 a., in. The- business session will be presided over by Mrs. Emma. Moeckel. Refreshments will be sewed. There will be no session of the Grange Friday night. The Juvenile Grange will not moot Wednesday evening. VACATIONING AT—-32—SOCIAL, Vacationing At Indian Neck Mr. and Mrs. John Post and daughter, Roberta, of Scott street. are' vacationing ;1 t Indian JsVck. They have ns their Ruost Mrs. Vir- iniu Hawkins of Now Britain. End Vacation At Atlantic City Misses Goneviove Pn.sxe) and Sophia Stanczyk have returned home after spending u week at Allan' Lie City. UNDER TREATMENT—SOCIAL,.. Under Treatment At Newington . Anthony Xebrakaa is n patient at lie Veterans' Hospital in Newjng- ton. Spending- Week At Virginia Beach . Miss Emilia Paszel and daujjh- er, Marian, are spending; a week nt Virginia Beach, Two Couples File Marriage Intentions Two couples filed marrialte in- entions yesterday at the ortlce of 'own Clerk Raymond J, St. John, ntentions were filed by Joseph inko, 8 Pond street, and Ivonc . Davies, 13 Galpin street; and y Paul Lokites, 15 Park Place nd Helen Jasklewicz, 109 School treet. ouple Spending- Vacation In Keene Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pichulo of Rubber avenue are vacationing in •Ceene, N. H. BetM'oen 10SO and 1940, ihe work- injj jjopalation of the U. S, increased about 1,600,000. Sffrfafifflf/^w^g Sfjp'-ifmS^. \ W^,**»tUJUM f>* ^ * J VIrs. Hans Nissen 'isiting Parents Mrs. Hans Nissen of Manners venue is spending a week with cr parents, Mr. and Mrs. James onley in Bristol,' R. T. CS2 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel, Z6S3 PPEAL BY THE STATES And Despite the Uncertainty of the Q. P. A.

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