The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 29, 1977 · Page 3
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Personal ' ff ,t+*rtr***'fi Eric Johnson Honored On 81st Birthday Social—Fraternal NA€GATtJCK NEWS (CONN.), TITDRSDAT, .TDLT 11, 1M»—PAGE t :irm ri>:»tlv"M honorrrt Krlc Johnson on hi.i 81.it birthdny, July K. nt « r""''. v Jli homo at tilx .''on imd diuiKhtc.-r-ln-law, Mr. u iul J"!in»un, Mny ii', with whom ho rruikus hill lionii;. TIIOMC iitti-ndinK Included, "Mr. unil Mrs. Victor Kdhs, Mr, and Mrs. J. l-.'rnll AmlT'ion, Mrs. Jennie Wll«in. Mr:i. Victor Anderson, Mrs. Ji-mil" WllHim. M.S. Kmll Aiuli-i'Mnn. Mi'.-'. Hannah Cail- :tun. Mr. arid Mrs. Joseph Carlson, MlH.t Anna Nurstmni, Mrs. OhrtrliM I'l-iii-xdii. M!KM f'niilini- f'lmrson, Mr, nml Mil. Hil'llrw Ol.ion, Mr. nnil Mrs. Adulf Cjl-fin, Mrs. Victor Olson. Mr. unit Mi-.'i. VV«.lliu:o Johnson, Kol.i-rt . Andnrii'in, M.'inno '!*>• irnlW'ii uril sdn.-i, Khliii and Ar- ihin', •'•'''. nml Mrs. r.i.'oiiard Johri- Local Couple Married Tues. In Winsted' Called On Hughes '.GII, Mi-is Mfi.itfhiW of MliUIIi'l'iii'.v, MlMiinn f.c-norc- and fiii- jiafi .li.iliri-..iii, a nil tin- -^m-.'it uf Tin- j.'iii-.:t)i jiri-.-;i-;i_i-il Mr. Jdhn- Hfin \vltb .-; IIIIIT.I-. t . Harold Breau.lt Visiting Brother /diroM f{r»f/iul', VVfioii.'iof-lti-f. I'-:. [., l.-i vi-.niiriK lil.-i lirrithur, t:ci|j(-rt Jirnnult. Wtitiii- utrnot. Massas Return From Maine Mr. nml Mr.-., hlncrni- Mns-ia h(iv« r.'tiirni"! !.i> i|i"lr SIHIIH-I" •:(<•<• Imnii' iifti-r a vucatlfiri in Malm-. A wcddlnjT nf locaJ interest too'u f'lnnc In Winutod Tuesday morning wht-n Mi as Margaret M. McDcr- mott, daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. John McfJirrmot.t, NuiiKutucU, l>e- cain<f ihu tjrlili! o,' Adolf J. Sodloski, .son of Mrx, AllCf Sodlos-kl, Nnujra- luck. The wedding was pei-formod at St. Jusuph's Church by Kev. Jo- .tfjjh Vnnn, OFM, The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. James Etradshiiw, brothor-in- l«« - >md .il.itor of the bride. The briflf; chose us her wedding cfj.stumo, n white Palm Bench suit with dark blue :icee.s.sorii?n and n crjr.™«r- of Anu-rican Beauty roses Mrs. Rrudnh.-iw wore a bel^n colored suit with white accessor and a cdr.xni.'!.- of plnlj uy/.ot poat) SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG C.U.AI.. II,IH,,.,I Htm Illri-i-l In Ili-iirh CI.KANKS'I' M'HT IN TIIH S'l'A'I'K STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place CLOSED UNTIL MONDAY Return From Visit In West Paris, Me. Mis;; Kclitli and Ironis Frester of ''.irrdll (.'ritir'. liavf n.'turnetl from vlKitlnt; Mr, and Mi's, Stnnluy Per- harn of West 1'arls, Me, Mrs. Charles Taft Hospital Patient -Mrs. Ch.'nli'M TaTt, South Main !!tn.-i-t. WIN i'p.'|joi'-lc:c| rcstinjr corri- t'di'lalily »t St. Mary'.-i hospital, af- ti-r an oporatiun Tuesday. Visits Relatives In Providence Jonh Olynn, O.iic street, hno ro iiiriM-tl I'roin a vi.sit with relatives in I'rdviUunci.-, Ii. I. Michael Nolans Return To R, I. Mr. and Mr., Michael Nolan have I'i'turrici.l to tlii'ir home in Woon- Kockrt, /'•;. I., afti.-r viaitldf rola- tivL-^i horij. Robert Breen Trenton Visitor Kdburt Brci-n, Ward .-iLreot, has ri.'tiu-nocl to l-.is hdinii after a brief vacation in Trenton, N. J, STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE J R3 SpriiiK St., Union City { Tfl. Nmijc, «tu — Wat. -l-HSiiO * I-'KMX N'AKDKI.LO, Mpr. < I'llll -: k 1,1' Ntl-lM .Hill \Vlllrll lllillilM Reilly-Riley Wedding Held In Hartford 1 Mr. find Mrs. Geoi-jre P. Rilcy, 20 Torwooc! street, Hartford, announce the mai-riasc of their dauyhter, Cathei'ino I. Riluy to Janms ,W Rcllly, son of the late '(Ac. and Mrs. Edward F. Reilly, Summitt Road The wedding was porformud Monday morning 1 , July 3 at SL AuKustino's .Church, Hartford, by Rev. William J. Reilly, brother o< the bridegroom. FREEDMAN'S Miss Fahy Returns To New Haven Mis Margaret Kahy has returned to her homo in New Htiveii after visiting relatives here. Mrs. Mary Sullivan In Philadelphia Mrs. Alary Sullivan, Millville avenue, is KpcnJ;ng her vacation In Philadelphia. Return From Visit In R. I, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Plres knd son. Kenneth, have just rfrturnu from spendiiif. a vacutiori \vit relatives in Cranston arid' Bi-i tol, R. I. Aiitn-ss .June Kn^Koll, \vho -\va.s discovered by llowurtl HiiRlios, Jf-avcs tin.- Good Snnuirltun hos- liltiil In X J os~Aiiffcles, nfti?r vlsit- Jiitf tin: wcnlthy aircraft doslgnor iind movie producer, HiiKlios, who was critically injured when his I.'luiu 1 cn-.shoil, \viis K'vt-ii penicillin as Ills pliyuicluns eiuleavornd to jirvvitnt pnoumonta. (Intcrnii- • llonul Kxclusive) Gold wibh brown, romon- tic roto or «qua with Saos 9-17. What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events for today, tomorrow and every day . July II School Board Meeting. July 13 Ii)ar,ce, American Brass Association. July T8 Marine Corps League Meeting. July 111 Dance, Linden Park, All American Veterans, Crusader Auxiliary Meets Tonight The rofe'ulnr bimonthly meeting oC th>> LadleH Auxiliary o[ the VFVV. Crusuder 'post, wil be held tonight n't thf> club rooms on Ruljbfr .-ivc.- nue. Mrs, ALlioa Lewis .senior vice president will officiate In the ab- sor.co of President Rose Eon- tempo. EVERSHARP PENS 85.00 up PEN and PENCIL SETS 5 $ 8.75 up Your Local Pen Dealer TIII-: CARD ana GIFT snor | SWEENEY'S jjAPvT and STATIONERY STORE I > Nenry Iiuildln ff Church St. J j . ^^^w+j*^.^^*^*^^*^-^.*^.*.*-,**^*^*^,^.*^*^ ' SHOES $1.98 TO $5.95 bcis on-i ANNUAL JULY CLEARANCE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING AT 9:30 O'CLOCK Amarals Announce Birth Of Daughter Mi-, and Mrs. Joii.-ph Amnra Jr., -IS Spencer street, announc he birtli of a duuft-htnr, Rosali Jarolc, July C, at St. Mary's hos This annual event, comirjfg in the heart of the summer season, means special saving's, on all summer 'clothes—and many hard-to-g-et-items in various departments of the store. ouple Observing- 10th Anniversary Mr. and Mr». Gerald Perkins, oi Railroad avenue, Beacon Falls, arc observing their 10th 'wedding 1 an niversary today. 1 ' ' I _ If Yon Want to Buy or bell ! REAL ESTATE I . See "Tony" Tarrar ! Tel. 4233 Ladies' Department Ladies' Dresses $4.99 to $16.99 Values to $22,95 — Sizes 9 to 50 Sportswear Ladies' Corduroy Shorts Sale 1-2 Price Ladies Cotton Dresses Groups of * ToddJer Dresses Sale $1.49 S1.99 S2-49 f uO Values to $10.95 — Sizes 9 to 50 Ladies' Summer Skirts $2-49 Ladies' iSummer Toppers $6.99 to $19.99 Values to $2-1.95 — Si:-.cs 9 to 44 Black and Colors Group Ladies' Suits and Coats Sale on all Ladies Coats and Raincoats Ladies' Pinafores s " le $3.99 Value to $5.95 , _^ ^* _ _ •Sale on all Play. Clothes Ladies' Blouses Sale $2.49 $2-99 $3.99 Groups of Baby Broadcloth Creepers Safe $1.49 $1.99 Values to $2.50 Ladies' Dickies and Ponchos INFANTS' and CHILDREN'S Sun Suits s "° to Values to $2.SO 5Qc$1.99 Values to 53.9S All Summer Purses .IVVhlte plastic, straws and prints. On Sale at $1.99 $2.99 $4.99 Boys' Slack and Shortee Suits $1.79 to $2-99 Values to J3.9S Ladies' Play Suits Slle $4.99 t to Values to $19.9 Ladies' Slack Suits $14.99 ' Values to SG.95 Sale on all Bathing- Suits and Swim Trunks Ladies' Slips White and Tea Rose SflJe $1.55 . Sale on all Children's Spring Coats and Suits Summer Jewelry On Sale Half Price Groups at 50c *l $2 S3 to Values to $10.95 Groups of Compacts On Sale HaJi' Price Ladies' Midriff and Short Sets Sale $2-99 + $8.99 • TO Values to $10.93 Ladies' Shorts and Pedal Pushers $1.89 $4.99 - 1 - to ^ ; Dry Goods Department • 'Closing Out. Balance of Odfl-LiOA*' Luncheon Sets, Vanity Sets, Etc, at •— Half Price Visit Our Special Sale Table Pepperell: Blankets S ' Ue $5.95 One Group of Summer Gloves Sale Pair Join Our St. Mary's and Chatham Blanket Oub Baby Summer Bonnets to $249 Values to $2.98 Values to $5.95 Sale Ladies' Beach Coats $4.99 to $7.99 Values to $9.95 SEE OUR COLLECTION OF CASUAL, SPORT and DRESSY Ladies' Sport Shirts ^ $1.39 ",Vhit« and Colors Sale On Bathing Suits $3.99 _" itr . and up Just Arrived! ! 10 Dozen Ladies' Crepe Sleeping 1 Shortys!! One piece — Knee length $1.99 Children's Department Group of Children's Purses Sale ' Sale On All" Toy Animals Sale On Curtains ' $249 $3.98 to • * Values to $4.98 Ladies' Plastic Raincoats Sale $3.99 $6-99 TO Values to $8.95 . Plastic Rain Capes SaIC 99c and .«149 Beach Bags Sale $1.99 ,$2.99 .-•-••.. - ^ i , •.,. and Values to $3.08 • Groups of Summer Dresses, Play Suits, Slack Suits and Pinafores ' ' Sale ' $1.49 $1.99 $2.99 Millinery Department Sale On All Hats nd Colprs , Values to $-1.98 Men's Department STRAW HATS Half Price J{tfm I H-E E N T I -Rj f A M It Y 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK, CONN. 209 Church, St. ."Neary Bl'dg.' Naugatuck, Conn.

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