The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 24, 1977 · Page 3
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Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
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Personal Spend Honeymoon In Colorado Motion picture ntiir.H John llodluli, .'ij, and Annn IJaxtcr, 20.-urc shown InHowlntf their woddlne <M*nitnnny In tho homo of tho liricle's parents ut IliirlliiKiimr, Ciillf AHm- tln> iiilirrlui;i>, the couplo li-ft for Colormlo •SjirbiK.i. Coio. 1<>r n .In'o-u-rok lirmcymoon. (InturrmUonul)' Barbara Lyons Party Guest On Birthday Barbara Lyons, daughter of Bur gess and Mrs. Jamca Lyons, Quinn street, was guest oC honor at a party in compliment of her -tenth birthday Saturday. Guesta attending included Billy Davios, Arlene Nelson, Elise Peterson, Phyllis and Margaret Granger, Darlene Nelson, Janet Mona- nnn, Ann Worthlngton, and Karen Carlson. Also attending were Mrs. James Lyons, 88-year-old grandmother of the guest of honor, her aunt, Mrs. James Warner, and Mr. and Mrs, William Davies. Refreshments were served at a picnic table in the. garden. Prizes in the various gumcH and contests wore awarded to Elsie Peterson, Dnrlcne Nelson and Ellly Davies. 'Walking Boots' Daughter Born To John Gilyards .' Mr. and Mrs. Jobn Gllyard announce the birth oC a daughter, Patricia Alice, June 27 in East Fulls. Pa,, Mrs. Gllyard is the former Pnullne Miller. Probst-Goodbrod Doiible-Ring Ceremony HI-V. T. Hniillcy r,oru:Mlaff or th'i N'iiti;;iitiicl< Mi-tliorll.-tl Church tit'fl- ditt<-rl .liinr- ^;i jil thi) lUiUlili'-rini; rniin UiK' 1 (•'•rrnuiny 'if Mlsn lloily R. f.'nni'ltir'ifl. (!:iii(ri!i'-c of Mr. ;in'l Mr.'i. Harry K. i lootlhnifl, Wllliiirn:i- poi't, f'.'i. nnil Kcnni'in 1C. Prnhsl, non nl 1 Mrs. Kvlyn IToliMt, ricnovn, Mr. F'l•nh^lt. ri-r-r-nUy illMdhfir^i'fl fifini (.hi 1 Navy IM an f-tnplfiyr; of thd V. S. filiMii'r On. Tln> hflrlf wii.i fcn-ini'i-ly with tfir fli'lt Piibll.'ih- 1,'pun thi-lr rrtui'n fi-rmi a win!- ilInK tr)[j to Qlii'iii'r, Cnn:uln plnn (o rrnldv In Nnu^'ituclc. ttioy Return From Maine Vacation Wn.vor Thnrrms Nrlllk'.'in, An;ionin unil A. .1. Shepli-y, Mnpln Hill ruiul. huvr roturn'.Tl from u vm.'utlon In M/ilnr. William Connolc Returns To School Wllllum K<ij;rr (lonnolo, nrm -'if Mr. iind Mr:i. .fnhn .(. O>ruuilr. N'iriti Mtiin ntri'i-t, him n>tui-rn-d tn lilsi ittndlrvi nt (""nHirui'town IJnlvi-r- lilty, In WuMlilnKton, f), C., Hpi-nillnK 11 Mlioi-t v;ii:iitl(iii hlH fiunlly. Leo Mccgan Returns To -New York City after with Tot's Wardrobe Richard Hughes With Grandparents Richard Hughes of 474 North Main street is spending the summer vacation period at the home of his grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Hughes of Ironton, Ohio. Father. Walsh, War Prisoner, Visits Here Rev. Vincent. Walsh, a Maryknoll missioner, natlv-e of .Webster City, Iowa, bas been a recent house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kennedy' of Carroll street. . . Father Walsh recently returned from Hong Konff, where he was u prisoner of war. Gets Royal Invite Klambts Vacationing- At Quonochotaug Mrs. Fritz Klambt and her dtiugh- tur lire spending the summer at QuonochotaujT, H. I. Mr. KlamhL will return there for another brief vncnt'.vn, in two weeks. Two-year-old Jlnimlp .Cecil Fort-, nftr, Scuttle,' Wushvwhp was Horn without feet .and wnllf!» on artificial 'leers Is. shown holding Jilir, bunk, book.' It contains a. special'' fund'to help pay.'for what the boy. calls- "VViilJking Boots." ,Jim- nile smiles UK hi: -looks nt. the <lc- poslt nruido- hy the- members of a servlco station, two of -whom arc shown. The fund will Insure Jlm- mlc artificial limbs for life. (In- ternut'onnl Soundphoto) Lynns Vacationing At Shore Cottage .Mr. -and Mrs. Martin Lynn arc vacationing . at their cottagre, Bay. View. Wrubles Family At Bayview Cottage Henry Wrubles, Park avenue, spent the weekend with his family at their cottage, 'Bayview, Milford, Schlesingers Tour N. E. WitK Brions Mr, .and Mrs. O. J. Brion, their SOD, Thomas and daughter, Nancy, hav* returned to Williamsport, Pa. after a visit with Mr, and Mi's. Joy •SchJcsinger, 589 High -street. The two families toured the New Ens- land states on'vacation. FRED'S m-.WAY. GRIIXE . 501 South Main St. Regular Dully Dinner -BOc up A La Carte Menu; Spaghetti To. Take Out Banquet Kooni, Cocktiill Lounge Full Liquor License- Lorraine Giancarli Returns Prom Oxford Lorraine GUincarll of Souili Main street returned home last evening. She has been vacationing in Oxford, Mi'i>i.;)Ui, \vhit h;i i-pl.illvi'ii (in I lli;hlnn rflin fieri in lil.'i IMHII" (.'itv. licnn vlnltlnj: [ :ivi i nui i , hu.-> in Ni-vv Yorl: For $400 ,vou run %1-t u F U R N A C E OIL BURNER ;:» .Monlli.s To I'ny The WATERBURY HEATING Co. I.ciuli'i'.s In Iliimn llrutlr.).' !H-:m SPUIM; ST. 4-tt-nn Bernard Avcollie Now In Canada Bernard Avcollic, Jr., 158 Hillside avenue, is spending the with relatives in Canada, Visiting Friends In Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Garrlck and family, High street, and Misses Mario and EllziibctH'Kcnnoy. Meadow ntreet, are visking in Des Molnos, Iowa, NEW CLASSES U'rld-, I'/mriii <ir Call for llnllriln lli-re'.s fin entire; wardrobe for the •imfillfst monihiM- of the family—n. dainty ]iut'f(.'d-.'ilc''VO with Mtjuai'o nec;k find ^ r n f Lh(M's at thu yol;p. To match, a aidn-huttoned siin^nlt. l.'iC" '.I'lmmril niip <uir[ pan- tlr.-i. fVTl'i-ci i.'il't for a now nnival, P.arlmni [-i'.'ll Putturn No. IS'13 i.s (.li'SlKii'-'-l for siHf* ii months. 1, 2 untl 3 ye;ir.s. Sixn I, clrcss, rucjuircs 1 !•-! yard:! of 3D s!i|> and panties anil, il yiircl. For this pnttorn, send 23 cents, In coins, your nume. address, pattern number ;md sixu wanted to iiurlini-a licll (mime or your ncws- pupor) P. O. Kox 9H. Station G. Nmv Yorlt .10, N. Y. Send now for your, copy of the SO'MMEU Is-suo of FASHION— twpnty-llvn C(:iits' will hrlnK you this spurkllntr anil different pattern hunk /'or f.'Vcr.V horr.p ycwur. Spc- r.inlly dcalKiind [wittnrn.s free wllp cover imrl dmpery iiinti-uctlon.s, fi'ec :ill[, rovpr iind flivipnry instructions;, fri 1 /- printc'il putli'rn in tho book. Ga-leski Visiting Friends In Maine Charles Giiloski, Greenwood stror-t, is spend injr his vacation with friends in Maine. Hartford Woman Given Appointment Middlcto.wn, July 9—(UP)—Mrs, Ann D. Burns of Hartford has beer nnnnnd supervisor of a newly-or- P.O-lnch fabric j gnnized personnel doptu-tmont at 1-S yard»; sun-! the Connecticut State hospital. Mrs. Burns will interview prospective employes, kcnp personnel records, direct employe relations, nnd handle employe problems. She is a native of West Haven', and did personnel work for the army us a civilian. KH t,Kf I'.oston. July (UP)— DurinK 'a rrfent hc-nt wave John Boulsror .•-•Ic-pt cm n ,'lr^ p.scapo oul.iide hi.s foiirUi-rioor window. So parly today when lie felt too warm, ho decided to silcep outside, air'iin. However, he ctoppod oil! the wrong window — the nnr next to tho lire escape— and pkmjrecl In his death. G'KSSI'OOT, CI.KANKH BAHN KlCn 1'AINT SIIINOI.K STAIN' I'lTTSISUfJGH J'AINT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAVLE STKEKT (Across from City Unkery) Fron nelivory Telephone 80*4 Experts Say Good Rain Needed F'iRtrm, July 0 -(UP)— The. Ne.w Enfjlnncl Crop KeportinR Sr.rvino i snys that favorable we.n.thcr conditions during- tho last half of June aided most voRetahln crops in Now j ISnpland, Hownvcr. the farm Ins: ex- [ini-ts sny -that n "frood rain" ia nendrd now, I.ip.ttuce, summer squash and celery hfivn boon produced in pood quantities, while snap beans, beets cabbage and carrots were falr-to- pood. Cauliflower, sweet corn and tomato crops are listed as orly fair. ' CHAPEL ELECTRIC •COMPANY Tel. 22ID 34 SOUTH MAIN STBEKT ((liuxwlli 1 >'niiB»tu<* Fnrnltni'n Cn.), Fiirtlirr Kl'liulr Service ntl All Mllhrl of IliliUo SPIM. rroiilliU Swvlw at Ki-llfmnilbll 1 I'rfin'M. IjKtcMt ICanllJin^nt fi>r lluilli) llniiilr Wnrk. AtfMlf.v f'" 1 IVt'HtlnirJmnNc ItjMlIOM nnd Kli-ctrlc Applliinfuw A.lmlrnl lUllliin anil 1'llimiiirrimliM hU'u-iirl-M'uriHT unU Sonnru Uuilfim I'hilt-d C'ttr ftiulii)* SoM, InNt»lIri] mill Scl*vll-rd STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20.Park Place CLOSED UNTIL MONDAY FOR SUMMER . VACATIONS Debutante Marilyn Sllverstone, 18, of New" York and London, nulled on the QIICCJJ Mary to attend a royiil garden party nt Buckingham I';ilacc on July 1C. Marilyn, who.mct.'Prlnccss Elizabeth :it a kiddies' Christmas party, was born in England. The invitation was routed through the American Kmba.fsy In London. (International) .. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY. JUtV 9, IMS—PAGE DOUBLE FEATURE BILL NEXT 2 DAYS AT THE SALEM When a movie role comes that's just about made to "order for a screen star's personality, the resulting film is sure to bo a hit. Visible evidence of this can bo found at Salem Playhouse where lovely Rita Hayworth opene'd yesterday for 3 days as the glamorous, bewitching' "Gilda" in Columbia Pictures' thrilling romantic drama, th Glenn Ford, G*orjjc Macready, Joseph Callcia. and Steven- Gerny. There never was a woman like Hlda and Miss Hayworth really oes to town in her flrst Important dramatic role. She sings and dances, too! Stunningly gowned, sway- ng to throbbing Latin rhythms .and softly rendering a to'rchy tune, Rita brings down the house. The taut and unusual love story tarts when tough and bitter Johnny Farrc!] (Glenn Ford), brawling 1 Uong; n South American waierfront, s adopted by the suave Ballln Mundson (George Macready), sadistic, owner of n. gambling casino. Johnny, tiRht-llpped about hi* past, trying- hard to forget a' love which haunts him, risen to become Mundson's trusted lieutenant and best friend. But, when Mundson. returns from a. trip with, a brid*. Gilda (Rita Hayworth) the'air Is swept with, tension 113 Johnny «cc» the woman in his life! THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinsoii Neary Bulldlnr Naucatuck. Cono. .... 26 PC, Service for 6 LIFT TIME STAINLESS STEEL C KNIVES a FOB.KS 6 TK&S 6 SOUP I BUTTER I SUGAR $9.95 Conjpletp With Cheat CCKNEER C •**CREO:T jEWELERiW t 162, South Main S*. — 4 MO* XBY >"I5WS WANT ADS HUDSON SALES — SERVICE General Automotive Bcpnlrs B-M MOTORS INC. 80-83 SOUTH MAIN .ST. • ' TelKphonc 6441 .•VII Kind* of Trucking—Aahon. Etc, Removed McNamara Trucking Co. 31 Weftt Nauxntuck Tel. 3052 If Yon Want to Buy or SeU REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Parrar TeL 4233 STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE 85 Spring- St. Union City Tel. NMIK. 6111 — Wat 4-MZfl FKL1X NARDELLO, Mpr, l-'ntl ftforif «if «C4t*) *nd wood Hllndn rrtmlwl, i^-tnt>«^l. m^wi^^y f ^! ; >--'«££! mrnXfiw f o?et0 / ^^ MM3M/ KSnf f "/*/*._ COME IN! See the Latest In Desig-n and Colors TYPEWRITER PAPERS RIBBONS — CARBON YOUR LOCAL STATIONER SWEENEY'S ST & T oS&vSTORE Neary Bld£. Church St. Naugatuck THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR Is Tour ELECTRIC Dollar The Almighty dollar—not so mighty these days when it's spent for food, gjaS|a; clothing )=T or home-furnishings — but mightier than ever when it's spent for ELECTRICITY. FOR FURS!! — BUY NOW ANO SAVK — Illl N. Mnln HI., 71! rlrtil St. WnlnrliurT Tel. 8-1727 or 4-51JJ ROBERT L DuBOIS M. D. Die Opt'iiin.1;- of' His Xe\v Ol't'iccs I'oi' I he Practice of Eye, Ear, Nose .'and Throat AT 29 CENTRAL-AVE. Waterbury Tel. Waterbury 4 : 7hOrlr ' Hours by Appointment All three art pre-cisio«- . mixed for de- J " licious results. Increases in today's living costs have sent most^dollars down ^ 7 for the count, Tg^PZ^ but y our ELECTRIC ^"^Dclollar has been taking all Comers and today is setting an all-time record for more efficient , service V^-/^ at costs lower than ever before. Since the prewar year, 1939 the cost of living has increased X^T 31.7* per cent. . v A * '• ' BUT the-cost of ELECTRICITY has actually DECREASED ,^^^4.7* per cent in that time. ELECTRICITY IS CHEAPER THAN EVER. *F1gurai from U. S. D»pt. of 4ob«r cowering rxrlod from Aug., 1939, to D*c., 1t45. THE LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY I

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