The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 17, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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Personal Monday Bride Shower Guest In Waterbury Miss Antoinette Miignamo, wh W ||l be marrlud on Monday to Wl Ham ColanK ft '° vt Wuturbury, wu of honor at a allow r givu recently at Melody Lano by Mm KOSH Pwtro, Mm. Anthony Colun jieJo and Mrs, J, J, Colangolo. Guu.-itH wore: Mrs, Frank Dono- frlo. Mrx. Mlchnol Carrie Manzol Mrs. Currriuii Rosta, Mrs. Ottorlo Pliuizit. Mary Berurdls, Mr a J&Jward Drtian, Mary Gruan, Mrs Julia Gi.'nuliT, Mrs, A, J. Elrmi Mrs. NIcholiiH Jjullo, Mrx. Law ruici. 1, Mrs), John D'Avcvsu Mrs. lOnilly LaF'orta, Josephine Mini*. Mrn. Leon Cur/I, Mrs. Johi Tw.itu, Mrs. Mary Guerrero. Mur- tln, Mr«, Michael Potro, Mr*. Lucy Xurlo, Mr. and Mrs. Frank tal <mcl Mrs. Angelina Splno. Also: Mrs, Michunl Petro, Mrs. (JmiiUi D'Amlrvj, Mrs. John Ml«lr, Mm. Amelia Donzo, Angolltje Zappone, MM. Anthony Mlohlolll, Minn .Vtury Mlclu, Mi.i. Gonua, Edith 'Purfdro, ATnry Hiipponi', Jennie D\ Mlchnllti. Mrs. Catherine Lombard!, Mf. "nil Mrs. f'ctro ftoy, Anne Murphy, Mrs, Nnncy Canaio, Kloronce f j i;tro, Mrs. J. J. Torcuccn, Airs, Joseph I'luxzn, Air*. Florence KUH- co, Mrs. John IJB-.I, Mildred Mar-, Mrs. f'Yunk Gonova, MrH. .Vtnry Tuntri, Mrs. Joiinphlno Ma- polltiino, Mr«. Frank Hosm, Mr.i, Oitlii;i'l(i« Aloi'mlln, Mrx. Mario Mtutniinui, Mrs. Cui mohi notalorl, Mrs. Frank Mutfriumo and Mario f'olat.irl. Daughter Bom To Beacon Falls Couple Mr. anil Mrs. Willis Abbott, Bnu- crm Fulls, arc thu iiUrmtM of a Jfliilfbti'i 1 , Imrit Jum> UM at Wiitur- Dury hun(i|tul. Miss Mariano 1 To Wed In Aug. Mr. and Mra. Joncph Mariano, 5C Hc-tchklKH iitrcei, ann-junce the en- 1,'iiKfment of thulr daughter, Josephine Mariano, to Edward Norman, 13G Plu'/.n. avenue, Waterbury. They will marry August 31. For Tnij WEEK k Mor« llonilo The Copper Room Open Daily For LUNCHEON And DINNER Wedding Of Wilson Miller Anne Stryjewski In u woddlnjf ceremony performed at St. Paul's Methodisl church, Waterbury by Rev. 12dwln N. I J , Hempel, Anne M. Stry- jownki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stryjewski, Union City, became the brldt- of Wilson A. Miller, Jr.. .son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Miller, West Main street, Waterbury June m Clvnn In marriage by her brother Theodore Stryjewski. Die bride .vore a white chiffon gown, fash oned with long full sleeves, an llu.slon neckline, fitted bodice and 'till skirt. Her veil wane aught to i beaded pearl crown and .she car- •|(;cl a boutiuet of calla lilies She WII.M attended by M.rti. Doro hy Humphrey, sister of the bridegroom, who wore a poudni blue 'own fashioned with a beaded .tutin pficllco, full .skirt, ti huurt-shupud lockllne and u blue sequin crown vlth ~i Nhouklur-length vail. AH flower girls, C'arolunne and •liiry Slryjow.skl, niece.s of the ride, wore puach frocks with bas- ne bodices, rulTIi! trim urouncl the uckllno, full skirts and crowns of .owors with matching veils und iltt.i, Thf.'y carried colonial bou- uets. Allon S. Miller, a brother of the bridegroom as best man and Suriiunt N, Tower, a brother- in-law ol the bridegroom, ushered. Mrrf. StryJtWHkl attended the ceremony, wearing a bluck net dress with n large black picture hat and a eoi'.sago of white gardenias and baljy'.s b'-eath. Mr*. Miller wore n. sheer p.iMtol print with white ac- ciiMHOfli'S and u corsage of white; carnatlonn. A rucoption for 05 guests followed at the White Eagle Restaurant. The couple later le!t on u wedding trip to New York and At- lantlr City, N, J,, the bride travel- Ing in a gmy gabardine' Mult with roil ace.ssork'.M, natural straw hat J. Jar'bunas Weds Local Girl .Rev. Joseph Valantiejus, 1 pasto of St. Joseph's church,. Watcrbiiry united Miss Marguerite' May,Estes daughter of Mrs. Anna Estes, Union City, in. marriage with .Charles-Jo soph Jarb'unas, son of'Mr. and'Mia John ' Budzinauskas, ••'Congress'ave nue,. Waterbury, June 1 '22.. . -'. : Mias Estes waa.g ive'n -In, m'a'r- riai'e by .her 1 uroriier/.-John Eates and was 'attended -by .her ' slater i-1 isa "Eleanor. Estes,. as- 'maid...of honor,'and-her sister-in-lnw, 'M Theresa. Estes- and Miss'Katl'iefinft McCarthy, Waterbury, as'. ' bridesmaids. John .Budzinuuskas, brother of 1 the briciejfi'oom, . was - best man. Ushers ' were .Frank Ap'ona- vitch and Vito - M,'' 'Aponavjtch,' Hartfor.d. . . •' '. • . -. • .' Followinijr ,a reception at- 'Green- St.-Hall, the couple left for,-a wedding ti'ip . to Canada,, 'the-.' ..bride traveling, in. a light gray. flannel Hit with' white • accessories, - .The' couple .will reside at 815 Congress avenue,'The bride aUended ;,\Vil- iarnsport, Pa, • Attend Wedding. In .. • West Haven Recently , •• Mr, and Mrs.' Frankl'ln Hubbell attended the wedding 1 of Miss Mary Christine Pctrillo and Vincent .An- 1 t h o n y LaVorgna, West ' Haven;' which took place -June iiG • in .St. Paul's church,. West. Haven. - • Fausto Sabolao Weds Mis? Mary Alves July 3 weddinp-of local interest took place 'in • -Waterbury July. 3, when Pausto 1 Sabolao,, son of Mrl.. and. Mrs;. Antonio Sabolao, Portugal, . took • as his bride, Miss Mary 'Alves,- 8 Riley • place, Waterbury, 1 daughter 'of the. late Mrs. Apolonia -AJves, Portugal. Kev. David O'Ktefe .oHlciated at :'h,e ceremony, . performed at S o'clock at St. Fra'ncis Xavier's :hurch. s The" bride, ' who-was 'given In marriage '• 'by her. cousin, Arthur Agapito, 1 Bridgeport, wore'- a white m'esh' .iiress. with pink trim, match- ng • mitts arid a tiara of" roses and weet peas. She carried a colon- al bouquet of mixed flowers. ' of . honor, Miss Lena RUas, Red Cros.s worker Htliol Samuels, Dniivlllo, N. ,r., shown at a \<# koluinm, Japan pier, followlnB her return to thr l;in<l of the cherry lilosMoms on the Army transport Fred C. Ainswortli. She just ciune buck from the U. S., where she won on ;i UO-day liuive. (International) I and a cor-satfc of American Bruuty Wests Visiting- Tapper Lake, N. Y. DANCING Wednesday — and — Saturday Evenmga Only After 0 P. M. Mr, Dunn rind Km. Harold We.Mt avonue lire vacationing July Fourth 1 Birthday Party A Fourth of July birthday party was hold in honor of Wanda Kolu- kawski, with a chicken dinner beinf,' .served in the afternoon. Those present worn Helen Ploski, Louise Gabcl, Sussie Roman, Stella Grabowski, Butty Ilotohkiss, AKHUH St. Angelo, Jr. and Agnes St. Angelo, Sr. Andrew Lagonik • Marries Tomorrow Tomorrow morning a: 9 o'clock at Sacred Heart church, "Waterbury, Miss Nancy .Longo, daughter of Anthony Longo, Shelley'.street,' Waterbury, will become the bride of Thomas Lajjonlek, soji'Of'Mr. and.. Mrs. Andrew Layo'nick, 23 Kotchkiss street. . Mr. and Mrs, Raymond 'Brennan, Lincoln .street, are spending some time with relatives in Pennsylvania and New Yon:, Mr. and Mrs. John H. -Schmuck and family, North Church street, have taken a cottage'for the season at Siamsconet, Mass. . vore a : white mesh .dress with, pink rim, mitts and a tiara of ink. flowers. She also 'carried a oioni'al bouquet. Joseph ; Agapito cousin of the ride, Bridgeport, served <the room'- as best man, Following the ceremony a ' reception 'was held at D'Angelo's Restaurant for guests from Bridgeport, Newark, N. Y;, Massachusetts and Naugatuck. • The .bride wore .a two-piece lime 'color linen suit' with- white acces- "aories . when she left with her husband on their trip . to Atlantic 'City. They will reside at 89 River St. ' ' .-.'-. The bride is a. graduate of St. Joseph's • College Portugal. The ;brUlcf:r.oonr ' also .graduated schools in Portugal, from Mr. and Mrs. Robert -Shaffer,. 10 Paissell street, are VVilliiimsport, Pa. vacationing, in Personals Frank Keiiry, North Main strnct, was a rocont-'guoKfc -'of friendH"'at Buy View, Hi I ford.' Attorney and Mrs. T. E. Carmody o:' Hillside avonuc arc vacntioninf at Buy View, Mil ford, Mr.s. John Prus, Anderson street hoii returnm! fi'om ti vacation al Bay VI ow. Ralph S. Pastlio, Pni-l<. jilueo, has from a bu.tinonH trip to CINE-KODAK FILM IS * HERE AGAIN 4.. in fl-mm. und l6-mm. for homo movic.i In black-nnd- white ot full <olo* Photo Finishing Photo Supplies Developing- Tanks Kodaslide Projectors YOUR KODAK DEALER SWEENEY'S Bid*. ART and STATIONERY Church St. STORE Naugatuck f — NOTICE! ! — Store Closed for Alterations Today and Saturday CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Maple Street Telephone 3678 Naugatuck Merchants' Bureau STORES WILL CLOSE ALL DAY MONDAYS ' i I JULY 8th to SEPT. 2nd retiiriH'i.1 ChloiiKO. •Ir. and Mrs. Ambrose Rttuirt, Ili-r street, nro v/Hiiln;; in Maa«a- nhi;setts and New Hampshire. .Mr. and Mrs. Louis Freyermuth, Hundley stiin-'t. arc vacationing in Saybrook. Mr. and Mrs.' Raymond Bryk and and family of'Carroll street are vacationing with relatives in Providence, n. 1. Ei!ward Fahy, who recently visit- oil his mother, Mrs. Margaret F;,hy, High jit reel, has returned to his home In Newport, K. I, NAN MERRIMAN HAMILTON. PARK LEAD JULY 11TH Miss Nan Merriman, who will appear in recital at the' Hamilton Park Pavillibn, Waterbury. Thursday, July 11,. is at 26 one of the most--brilliant 1 of the artists .on to- tiay's American concert stage. , At the. age of 20. part in her-first contest, ' a-contest foil-he solo part in California's fam- ous'Easter.. Sunrise Service in the Hollywood Bowl, She not only the part, but received excellent no- tices'of 1 her magnificent voice and hor^ unusual stage charm. Two years, later, after additional hard work and study, she entered the Cincinnati Summer Opera .Contest. Competition here was intensified .but again Miss Merriman won and was awarded the season's opening nipht performance, sing-- ing the role of La Cieca in ' "La Gioconda." , Concert 1 engagements as well as more study followed this triumph, and' the nevt year, in H943, Merriman entered -the 'nation-wide competition of the National Federation of Music Clubs.' went to time fihi 1 was really on her way to -the career about which she had dreamed and worked Btnce childhood. Miss Margory and Shirley Bow-' Sinco winninK the Mx;sic Fci] . ei-s, Carroll street, are with rula- ] nl . a tion Award, Miss Merriman has lives in Wllliamsport, Pa. | appeared with the Boston, New Yorlt, Philadelphia, Cincinnati. , Pittsburgh and other,symphony or-i tjhcsti-as; she has been the truest I soloist .with the Carnegie "Pops" Orchestra; and she has sung four times with Maestro Arturo Tos- cannini. In aclidtion, 1 she has con- certized from coast-to-c-jaMt; sunp on her own radio program "Serenade to America," hoard over the National Boadcasting Company; a,nd is achieving new laurels in -the recording field, being- on exclu- I sive RCA-Victor artist. FINE DRAMA IS CURRENT NOW AT SALEM PLAYHOUSE Acclaimed as the screen's strangest adventure of startling emotion, j "The Dark Corner," brilliant new ! 20th Century-Fox hit, starring Ln- I Pille Bull, 'Clifton Webb, William ' l.?.!n Jix and Mark Stevens, opens to d.iy for two days at the Salen Playhouse. The fu-st-moving psychologies), murder mystery, set against . c background of .luxury and sophistication, unfolds a story of a love tinged with the tenor ot an unknown dunjfer. In its telJing, "The Dark Corner" wcdvbs the destinies of two mne and the women they love into a taut and gripping drama that is action-packed with intrigue, Niispensc and romance The first of ther. ( > men is Mark Stevens, Hollywqood's n exwo'B t screen sensation, in the role of a private detective whoso love for Lucille Ball, his secretary,-is clouded hy an unseen-terror, that is driving h'im'ioklll—-with another man's iiands. The second of these men is Clifton VVebb'.aM a suave and so- phisticatcd ;u-t -junior., gripped by a strange obsession isct aflame by the covetous glances of other men at his beautiful wife, Cathy Downs. How (he fate of all four is inexorably woven together into a strange and dark adventure that leads to a thrilling-, unpredictable climax is said to make for one of the most exciting and unusual entertainment hite of -the year. NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN*.), FKIIJAV, .TUI/V 5 ,104«—I'AOK^S FRKD'S HI-WAY GRILLE 501 South Miiln St. Re»rul:ir Duily Vlnncr SOc up A La Cnrto Menu SpiiKheUi To Tuk« Out Banquet Koorn, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor License The second lead of The Wasteland." is "Wanderer J WHITE FISH MARKET!; ? JOSEPH CAUK.AI-, Prop. ? 8 South Main St. | Choicrvt selection nt suit ami; J frcwh water fish at lowest | } prices. t 26 -Pc, Service for 6 LIFT TIME STAINLESS STEEL G KNIVES G FOUKS B TKAS G sour I BIJTTKR t SUGAR S9.95 Willi Chest WKDHING GIFT SI'KCIAL ELECT1UC I'KUCOLATOUS; — wJOl chrome tray, creamer, complete M. WOLFF " i-.- S3 GRAND. ST.. WTBBY/ ! 162 South Main St. — 4^2206 forFURSTORAGE DO N. Muln ISI., TS Ftold Si. Wntcrbury Tel. S-272T ur 4-312S For $400 -•;. von ciin Kf.t a FURNACE and OIL BURNER 3G Months To Pay The WATERBURY HEATING Co. In Home Jloutinp . 34-SG SI'RIXO ST. 4-C47N THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Noary Building; N'uu^atuclt. Conn. WATERBURY 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boehmer and daughters, Joan and Betty Ann, and Mr. and Llrs. Raymond ' JJaker and son, Raymond, • J'r., PhiUidelphia, are the guests of Miss Celia Crowe, Highland avenue, at her cottage in Southbury. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sloan, Maple street, have returned from a visit with'relatives in Norwaik. Mr. and Mrs. E.obcrt Sanders and daughter, Patricia, -Central avenue, are spending a vacation in Williumsport, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John Titley, Cherry street, are ut their Myrtle Beach cottage for ;L few days, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Lingcn- held spent the ho'l£ay at their Laure! Beach, Milford cottage. Mr. and Mrs. John Quir.n, Rubber avenue, are spending their vacation at their Ijikc Quassapuug cottage. John O'Donnell, Jr., has resumed lis studies «t Yule Forestry school, after ?ls\'tir^- \-,Uh his parents, Mr. xnd Mrs. Jo'hn O'Donnell, Highland ivenue. SKOL/iVfr* out painful [burning rtvl! Noi oily, Voo't PICK v up iind. HclM I riUrtt tunbum, too. N.-VUGAT0CK Church St 21 S. Main St. Here at Carroll's . . . you will find everything you need to make your vacation complete. Lowest prices always! * SUNTAN CREAMS and LOTIONS * JAN SUTRA . GABY 25c, 47c, 89c NORWICH TAN Oil 31c, 53c 59c and 90c 65c and $1.00 "TEK" TOOTH BRUSHES 2 f ° r 51c B/O $ftVfNf,S at -RLL BEACOM TOOTHBRUSH H0LDEBS 25c CONTROLLER SHOWER SPRAYS 59c TRIQUE FOOT MITTS 29c he used to pay $15 for a permanent-— Coffee drinkers in Louisiana an Mississippi drink two to three thru ns much co.Tee per day as the a- erage for the U. S. CIGARETTE LIGHTERS 33c-S2.0(l Target Ships After The Atomic Haymaker I ' .COtCATE'S NEW CREAM DEODORANT 7*3^- '.Cojifnins' > DURATEX I f Jcc/1/s/Ve New / Safety Ingredient! Packers' Shampoo Combination 2 for 49 C N Marian £wns of Mili ow she gives herself a, wave at home SHOWER AND BATHING CAPS PLAYING CARDS 50c SHAVING BRUSHES B-DAINTY COSMETIC KITS PIPE'S 25c 5£J CREME 'SHAMPOO l_H f . B I III O N 8 JJ B [I I I (•SSW.f <HAM(>^r K.q Dorothy Gr«y Hoi Woath»r, Cologne. 10 oz. $1.00 Loscintki Toilet Water ............. $3-S5.SO Imperisle Rutie Cologne ......... 51.50-S3.75 Luclon Lclong Colognet ........ S1.75-S4.50 Depilatories Irma • .',...'..... .65c Nair Zip Cream . ,37c BaUin's Wondcr- slono' .. .S1.25-S3.00 Deodorant Talcs . .31c. 53c Blasted by the world'*) mightiest bomb, the heavy cruiser JVnsacola (top)' still remains afloat In Bikini Lagoon, though Its superstructure la badly damaged. However, the Japanese cruiser Sakawa (bottom) did not come out so well. Bow up, it Is sllpiiliigr beneath the water. Another damaged ship is in the..background. Halt oi the 73-shlp target fleet\were either sunk or-~|I»mttfied. JPhotos. radioed via Navy.. Intcr- •>;•>••••'-•.••••'•*•'.•••'•••'•••*«* -•••• <••••••;••. • ' •" nitlonaiy '\'''^ f ."""•'• '••-'"*' '" •• • April Showcn Cologne ...... ...... 5Sc-$l,00 Sl.OO Arden'i CrcBm"Cologne SI. 50 SWEETHEART BLESSED RELIEF HOT, TIRED FEET TOILET SOAP •THI tOM THAI AOHHS WITH rOUI SKIN- JEAN LA 3ALLE LEG .LOTION LEG MAKEUP APPLICATORS Save al Carroll's! Precision Up Brushes 5Qc CURFIT Razors '1.0O MACOL RELIEVES ITCHING OF POISON IVY OR POISON OAK

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