The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 22, 1977 · Page 3
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Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 22, 1977
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Personal Belgian Bride 1 Guest Of Honor Shower Mr*. K" 1 ' 1 Duf'.ols of Southbury. ,l(c of a former Naugatuck re«l- do'nt, wru! honored recently at r in shower at Harmon'; Waterbuiy. Tho forme Justine PnDockor of Char (Vol. B'lKlum. the RUCHt of honoi wn.i married to Mr. DuBols whlli ho'wn.i serving with tho Army In n e |elunv &he arrived In this coun try June 13. Thox^ pnwont were: Mrs. Joseph VaniviHc, Mrs. Armand Vami? Mr«. Prnnk Leary, Mm, Waltei Mnohiin, Mrs. ICrnest Poloquln, Mrs Krncut p,,. 0 (tcvir, Mrs. Wilfred Bro- dim 1 . Mr«. Artlmr Dugro, Mrn. D. P jinrf.nt, MI«. Raymond Marcoux, MM. Cllff»r<l Marcoux, Mrs. Sarah jfurphy. Mr.i. Tit-no Parent, Mm. Paul Blnnchotto, Mrs. George P"rl con, Mr.i, Arthur Ouelletto, Mr». Charles Humel, MI-.M. Kugcnc Bron- nolfl. Mm. John Noiigln, Mrsi. Ivion Krlsfi. jV ' rM - Arnvirul I-'t'lRon. Mrs. rxiui.H DuHol.'i, Mr.-i. Robert Du- PO|H and Mr.*. KuKeno Vananao, all of Watrrbury. Al'io: Mrs. ./ohn Vnnn»nn, MI-.-I. Franklin Kirk, Mrs. Wilfred Kirk, Mr.i. DoniiM Kirk, Mr«. Hans Ci-nl'ihfick, Mrs. ChrtVlcs Kirk. Atra. DanlM Ocmcke, Mm. Ronald Du- Boln. Mr«. Arthur Onmeke, Mr.t. Bol.i, C'ocllri DuBolH, Gertrude Oomckp, and Mloimor Ormckc, nil of .VaiiK.'itcink: Mi'H. John T, tfplc- nivil, VVnllln;rforcl, and Mrs. Jo:tutih 1-Vonoy, I'hlliidRlphlu, Pa, Harts Spending- Summer At Bantam Mr. and Mr.i, D, r,, [[art, 27 Kul|. m- nlri-i-r, urn n|n<ndlnK tho mini- mci' nt thi'lr f-inn-tani f.ako nutn- mcr camp. yet [To Waterburian Mr. and Mrs. Joeob Francis tin 1(1 win .street, Waterbury, announce tho cnfrnfrcment of theh daufrhter, Miss Pauline Rose Fran- re:), to Alvln Edwin Bottomlcy, son of Mi-, and Mrs. William Bot- tornloy. Naujcatuck. No date ha« been set for the wed- dlnfr, Mls.-i Francis Is cadet nurse nt the Massachusetts Memorial Ho.-ipltal, Boston, Mans. Mr. Botley was recently discharged from Jho Navy. Some Prefer 'Em Brunette Miss Ada Klein Visits In. R. I. Mlssi Adn C. Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Klein, was In Saurulfii'Hlown, R. I., lust week. ltlnK Minx Louise R. Sheldon, prior l-j thn Inttnr's departure Saturday for Switzerland, where she will Mtudy ut the UnlvcrHlty of Zurich, Brian Nolan Home From Hospital Brian Nolan, son of Air. .and Mrs. \ndro\v Nolan, returned from St. VTary'ii hospital yesterday, whore IR had rceeiuly undergone an op- ratlori, to Ills home on Cherry Blue Grass Beauty V. CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY Ti-l, 221!) U SOUTH MAIN STHJ'IKT f!l.,l (Oiuiiinlln Niiii Kitflnry Krinilr nl llmllii sri, Hliick Kiinilliin, .HiTi-Iri- mi All .V I'mimil Si-rvli- Work, Klpi-lrlr » „„,! l-l,,,,,,,,,,,,,),, mill .Hnniint Uuillnv dlut. unlit, InKil Ili-il THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Nonry Mulldlnft Conn. For $400 ,vou run get i> F U R N A C E OIL BURNER ,'(« Mcnthi To I'ny The WATERBURY HEATING Co. rpudrrM In Hninn Uniting *l-3ll NI'KINf} ST. 4-(M7H Miss Magnamo Wed Today To E. Colangelo- '. Before an altar decorated . witr cut Ilowers and carnations, Mis; Antoinette Mario Mag-namo, dauph ter of'Mrs. Anna Maria Magnamo 15 High street, was joined in mar rinse at 9 o'clock today to Emilo William Colangelo, son 01 Croce Colangelo, 72 Sperry street, Waterbury, by Rev. George F. Dunn, at St. Francis' Church. The bride had as matron of honor in the double-rinfi; ceremony her .sister, Mrs. Catherine Mormile, and h«r niece, Miss Marie Hototori bs.maid, of honor. She was given in marriagre cy her brother, Frank Thn trophy and title "Miss Santa Monlcti'' 1st uwardcd to Mury Jo Devlin, 18, by Governor JEiirl Warren, after the bruiiotte benuty was declared winner of tho ffrund prize in Sant;i Monica's' first annual bounty piiRcant. In the ffroup are (left to rlprht): actor Leo Carrlilo, Miss Devlin, Gov. Warren, and Marsha Giiylc, blonde runner-up; ' (International) Miss Merrill At Library Institute Miss Janet E. Merrill, Children's librarian at the Howard Whittc- more Memorial Library, Is in Cleveland, atlcr.dlnfr the Library Institute, co-sponsored, by the Ohio Stutc Library and Western Kc- scrvc Library School. Fog-artys Visiting In New Ybi'k City Mr. und Mrs. Charles Fopurty, Sr,, and son, Edward, ure vislt- ing In Now York City. I.iutlMvlllr, K.V., will IK' niprcscnt- r(l ut tlu< iinliuill |)H^'i;;int of beauty und talent nt Atluntlc. City, N. ,!., hy I'ulrlrlii. .Vldcn I'Vnton, 1 JJ-yriir-ftld hl^h H*;hnn| ^rndiuito. Sin- wnnts to win tlm tltln of "Mls.s Aincrlcu of lO'lfi"; not for iKifinr.N or onivli' contrnct.s, but to Ifi-t tin- S.'.OIH) thut ^-rii-s with It. (Intcrniitlnniil) FOR FURS! ! HUV NOW .AND SAVE P» N. Mull, Ht,, 73 Flolil Ht, ti-rlMirj' Ti-l. 3-'J7V;1 ur 4-,"l ?•*+**++++•**+++ COME IN! See The Latest In Design and Colors TYPEWRITER PAPERS RIBBONS ... CARBON YOUR LOCAL STATIONER SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY I Neary Bldg. L Church St. STORE! Naugatuck f ROBERT L. DuBOIS M.D. ANXOUXCHS tin' Opening of His Xo\v OlTic-es I'oi' the .Piwticc of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat AT 29 CENTRAL AVE. Waterbury ''^l. Wafcrhnrv 4-7504 Hours hy Appointment Leonard McGraths At Bay View Mi-, nnd Mrs. Leonard P. Mc- GriUh of North Spring street arc .spending two weeks ai Bay View, Mlll'orcl. Spend Vacation At Old Orchard' Beach M:-. nncl Mrs. John R. Hackctt and daughter, Jeanne, and Misa Ccclle Trnoy, of North Spring- ,-itj-oct,, arc vficntlpnlng at'.CHcl Orchard Beach, Mei' Magnusons Back From White Mts, Mr. and Mrs, Gotfried Carlson, Esther avenue, Waterbury, and Mir. and Mrs. Carl MaRnuson and son, GO Carroll street, havo returned from the Whltn Mountains, N. H., where they spent, the post week. Hansons Vacationing- At Well's Beach, Me. Mr. and Mrs. T-inlpli Hanson ,ind family of Cliff street arc spcnd- infr two weeks vacation at Well's Bench, Maine. Shutes Move To Dobbs Ferry, N, Y. Mr. and Mrs. John N, Shutc, the latter the former Elizabeth Duff, with their two children, .Gail and Lynn, have left -to .take up residence in Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. I TKY NKWS WANT ADS HUDSON SALES — SERVICE General Automotive Rnpairs B-M MOTORS 80-«2 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone. CHI Luke Piazza of Waterbury was best man, and Rocco Magrnamo, brother of the bride was usher. A special musical program was given by Miss Celc Karr, soloist, including: Ave Maria and Panis An- gelicus. The bride wore a satin wedding trown, with scalloped sweetheart neckline, long sleeves, fitted bodice, full skirt and long train. Her finger-tip veil wns topped by an illusion flowered tiara, with orange blossom center. Her bouquet was of roses and stephanotls, with orchid center. The matron of honor was attired in a yellow nylon taffeta jrown, with net yoke, bracelet length sleeves and full skirt. She wore a large yellow sweetheart hat and Carried a bouquet of yellow roses •and orchid. The maid of honor wore a yellow taffeta grown, with j fitted bodlco, bracelet length sleeves and net skirt, a yellow! poke hat, and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and orchid. The bride's mother was dressed in black print, %vith sheer blouse and navy accessories. She wore a corsage of red and white roses. The bridegroom's siTter Mrs. Rose Pctro wore a white and pink dress with white accessories and a cor- sap-e or red roses. V t.- wedding party dined at I Fred's Highway Grill, and a .reception for about 200 guests followed at Pastime Hnll. Guests from Emmett Monahans At E. Silver Sands Mr. arid Mrs. Erhmctt Mdnahan and family of Lewis street arc spending their vacation at their cottage, East Silver Sands. East Haven. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, .TDLY 8, 1M»—PAGE i Return From Boston Visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNamce of North Hoadley street havo returned from a holiday visit to Boston. Summering At Bronxville, N. Y. Mr, and Mrs. J. Cornell Schenck, with their two "children, J. Cornell, Jr., and Anita, arc spending the summer in Broiixvillo, N. Y, Resumes Studies At Cheshire A. Robert Hart, s-on of Mr, and Mrs D. L. Hart of 27 Fuller street, has returned to his studies at Cheshire Academy. Grickis Sisters Home From Washington Misses Ann and Helen Grickis, Washington, D. C., ,arc visiting their mother, Mrs. John Grickis, Maple Hill road'. Esterbrooks ,In Quonochontaug Mi-, and Mrs, Eugene F. Esterbrook have been registered at the 'ca Breeze Inn, Quonochontaug, R. I. Veteran Returns To Connecticut IT. James Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hart, 27 Fuller street, has oturned to the Engineering School t Conn. University. Mr. Hart is a e'tcran of the Army Air Corps. George Kellys In Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly nnd family of Elmwpod street are vacationing in Philadelphia. Tunis has a population of about 219,000 in normal times. Of these 50,000 are Frenchmen and 93,000 arc Mohammedans. Beacon Falls Couple Have Son Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Ryan of Church street, Beacon Falls, announce the birth of a Bon', William, July 8, at Griffin hospital,.: Derby. 'hiladelphia, VVatcrbury and Nau- atuck attended. The couple left on a wedding trip o Florida and Havana, the bride oing attired in a--gold palm beach uit with white accessories, with rchid corsage. The bridegroom, is a veteran of our years service with the Army ir Forces. The bride is a frradu- te ot Naugatuck High School. Thoy will make their home at 45 High street. VACATION IS HERE! ! Yes we are taking a vacation too! We \vill be closed the entire period from July .Jib to July 15th. _ $ | Thibodeau Studio \ £ Neary Bldg. Church St. All Kinds of Trucking—Ashes, Etc. Removed McNamara Trucking Cc. SI West Xmigratuck Tel. 3953 COMEBCIAI, REFKIGEBATION SERVICE Electric Appliance Co. ; K'14 Bnldivln SI. . Wilt. — Tel. 4-HMS BURGESS TO m ALL INSTIUM1NT* SWAN ELECTRIC CO. Church St. Nauyutuck, Conn, Telephone 2574 FRED'S HI-.WAV GRTIXE 501 South Main .St, Regular Dally Dinner SOc up A Iji Carte ' Monti Spaghetti To Take Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Pull' Liquor License 26 PC. Service for 6 LIFT TIME STAINLESS STEEL (i KNIVES G FORKS 6 TEAS 6 SOUP I BUTTER I SUGAR $9.95 Complete Wtth Chost CCHNEERC +f CREDIT JEWELERS^ ' UZ'Soulh Main St. — 4-2ZO« PRICES WILL REMAIN LOW AT MURPHY'S Whether we have 0. P. A., some other form of price regulations or none at all, you can be assured of quality merchandise at the lowest possible prices.;.at MURPHY'S. The same policy that has guided us through the war years of difficult merchandising conditions, will remain in effect to protect the interests of our patrons. There will be no increase in prices on the merchandise we now have on hand. In fact, there will be no increase in prices at all until such time as rising costs' "to us, make it necessary in the interest of good business 1 , We^dve confidence in our suppliers to hold' costs to a minimum; and with their cooperation, we will work together to do our part in ^avoiding inflation. M Yon Want to Buy or Sell REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Farrar Tel. 4233 Past Noble Grands 4 Plan Hamden Outingr Reservations for the arinual oiit- ing of Past Noble Grands may still be made, Mrs.'Stanley, Dibble announced today. The outing will be held July 11 at the Woathcrvano, Hamden. Kcs- orvations may be made °>by telephoning; Mrs. Dibble at 3387. Guests Spend Weekend Here Mi', and. Mrs. E. J. DaJcy of Brooklyn. N. Y. nnd Miss Ja'no Turner of Bcllmalrc, L. I. wcro weekend guests of Miss Loretta. O'Shea of Cherry Street. VACATION'S OVER! ! Open Dully 9 to' 8 CITY BAKERY B. I'. STOrPANI," Prop. Maple Street Telephone 3678 STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE 85 Spring St., Union City Tel., 2?iuig. 6111 — Wat, 4-S1512U .FEt-IX 2VARDEOX>, Mgr. Full Hlock of Ht't'l und ^^ > ^o(l • blind* n-nn t rod. rr-( n prd, pi r. NOW! You Can Get An EMERSON 3 WAY PORTABLE May on AC-DC-or Battery. Plays Anywhere - >'o Outside Connections. 7 Tubes. 413 No. .Main St. Onion Cliy ENGELMAN'S Boys' Well-Tailored Tropicals That Really Take Tub Washings! * •• • AS DURING THE PAST 40 YEARS, YOil CAN SHOP YOUl -MJGAL MURPfe STORE flTi CONFIDENCE AND BE RUOBY 1Q88 Left: the ETON, »i«eg 3 to »• Right: the BUOBT, sl«e* 4 to 10 • Tailored of sanforized, vat-dyed KOHIN0OR cloth; 80% virgin wool. .« ^ : , • It's cool and neat in wilting heat! -^^' : . • These tropical suits, like all fine boys, . ' |;j' : improve with every washing! |J!i • Not an ordinary "wash fabric," but a durable suiting that amazingly tubs! • 5 Vat-dyed colors: cream, "jf tan, maize, brown and blue. '*^$

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