The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 31, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 31, 1977
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Women's Activities-Personal and Social Nelson 1 Party Guest On Birthday A jmrty wi:i hrld Wednesday afternoon for Ml:«i Happy Nulnon, diiUKhti-r ° r Mi'. "id Mm. Arthur Nelson of Piirk tivoniip, who was ciilcbnitliu; her ninth birthday. ThoM"'. who nttirnclccl wcru: ICInlmi ;,!imli)i, f'litdl Andfi'snn. Gull MHO Vleni 1 , Biii-bara t*yuiw. Jonnn Surid- bortf. I'hylll'i Orulnfti'i 1 . Kurin Carl- sun. Clfiil Andui-HO/i, Jancl Monu- hun and Ihi- honored Jruust, Htip- py Nelson. fn the fvi.Tilntr Miss Nol.ion (;n- tcrtalnfid her couslnM, ]3arhiirii I..IIH- ky, Kolxirt und; Nelson uncl I.ynnu JohriHon, Carrolls Return Prom Lake Georg-e Mr. am! Mis. Leo Cunoll. P5 An- dri-w tivimuc. h;iw rutui'ni'd In .ViuiKfidifk ntltn- a trip to f>iil:c Mrs. William Crosby In Providence, R, I. Mi'H. r>. C.'roshy, '120 Walnut .'iti-rct, i.i Kficmllntf acvcr/i! d.'iy.i HI thv jrni.vil uf liur !<on-ln-l!LW and . Dr. and Mr. Harry Mon I'l'uvUli'nami R. I. Auxiliary Plans Card Party „ Mra, Althcu Lewis, senior vice- pre.slden.t of Cru'nacler Post, VPW Auxiliary, today announced plans I tor u card party to be held July I Party For Auxiliary At Gerber Home Mrs. Edward Gerber and Mis Ann NoldQ entertained last r.l „, . > at a card party 1'or the benefit o 25 at the post room.-, on Rubber | th(l Ame ,.| ol m Legion Auxiliary, a avunuo. Plans wurc made fo'r the | the home of Mrs. Gorber, Millvill ftfCalr last nltfht at u meeting, with I avenue. ' Mrs. Lewis pealdlnj;. Six tables "were in play. Contrac All [,'amc.s will be played and prizes were -won by Miss Ethel Sal door prizes will supplement Individ- monson and Mrs. Norris Follet ii/il prlxtf.1 to ganio wlnnui*. Re- auction prize winners wore Mis: froshments v/111 be served; Mary Clafi'y and Miss Columbia Lodge Invited To Party In Seymour An Invitation haw buon received by the Columbia Rebekah Lodjre, No. 35, I. O. O. P., to attend a re- cr.'ption in honor of Ada Williams, district deputy president of Dis- I trlct cltfh'i, who I.s a member of , the Sylvia Lodye In Seymour. The ] event will he held at S p. m. Mon• Jay nlKtit, July 15, in Seymour. I All rneiubm-K who can possibly ; attend the affair tire Invited to do so. TOTK Tho Outdoor AI,f, 'J'YI'KS OF 7{.AI>IO UKI'AIK WOKK Order Your Hot Point Electric Appliances HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 ClUJHCH ST. Toll-phono 4080 To Weekend At Lake Zoar Kdwurd Mullins of Maple street Is planning to spend the weekend vLiitinj.; n-loruls at Lake /tear, Woodins In Maine For One Week Mr. :ind Mrs, Hoy Woodin, Fern they t, have left for Maine where will vacation one week. Uvaldf. Texas, Is said to be the Ci'eiiiL-»t hoiioy prodiicinp center in tho world, shlnpjnff up to 2 million pounds annually. CENTER SQUARE BEAUTY SHOPPE SOPHIE ROSKO, Prop, 3 UNION ST. UNION CITY Will Be Closed From July 15 to July 22nd \ For Alterations Clear the air with ElECTROM OZONATOR r on// £" MgJi — /ui/ phy in DISTROYS BAD ODO»S - from cooking, smoking-even paint imclK!'t just "(.-over iip"! SAVJS DKAPIRISS — AND clccmini; hills! Ozoniitor actually Hikes grease impurities out of smoky air UEiFORU they settle on your draperies, furniture, woodwork, wills! OOOD LOOKING — looks like u micjgct radio. Yet tin's homesize O/.onalor qun;kly cleans and deodorizes air—by generating pure o/onc, electrically.' NO MOVING PARTS, no moior to get out of kilter and no chemicals, refills or extras to buy! No interference with rtidio, QUICK ACTION—the Ozonntor starts to freshen nir at once—no draft created! Take it (o any room—pcrfccily portable! OUARANTIIO for I year—built to last indefinitely—AC only. COSTS LIS9 than n cent n day to operate! 'CtfAttS T/ttAlft lt/<£ l/CHTNtNGl" Only T erm S Pay Only 1,25 Weekly Outdoor Furniture .For Your Enjoyment Borca Loafer Adjustable Chair 34.50 Arm Chair with plastic webbing 19.95 Feather Lite Aluminum Arm Chair ........29.50 Aluminum Chaise on wheels 39,50 Sail Bug Boats for children 13.95 Closed Monday During- July and August ETROPOLITAN R N I T U ft C C 4» M f> A M V IMC. 27 CENTER STREET Waterbury's Oldest Furniture Store Moroney. door The latter also won' a Make Flight In TWA Constellation Mr, and Mrs. Walter Radwlck of 1C Hondley street returned yest day, by air. from n week's stay in Chicatro, The local couple flew both ways, aboard this country's newest and largest civilian all- transport, the huge, four-engined, TWA Constellation. Richard Mortensen In St. Petersburg Richard Mortensen of Orchard Terrace is vacationing In St. Petersburg;, Florida. Mrs. Mary Sullivan In Philadelphia Mrs. Mary Sullivan. Millvlllo av- eruii!. is vacationing in Philadelphia. More Than 300 <J Plan To Attend AAV Dance Here Ovnr 300 tickets have been sold for the first dance of the All American Veterans, to be held July 19 ut Linden Park, Commander Robert.. Lawlor announced today. Music will be by Greg Phelan and his' orchestra. Jack Ashmore is chairman of the arrangements committee, assisted by William Schmelcke and Edward Gargonla. Gunman Asked $15 Girls Return From Lake George, N. Y. The Misses Lillian and Adele Stu.- sonla, y.nd Madolinc Gargonia have returned from a we(!k's stay' at the Fort William Henry .Hotel, Luke George, N, Y. Bostoii,' 'Jijly ' 12 (UP)—Lawyer Bartlett HarwooU talks fast—and because "he makes sense, he's alive today. A jjunman strolled in Harwood's office and threatened to shoot him if he didn't hand over $5,000. That's when Harwood bujran to talk. He talked furiously for 20 minutes—all the time a jjun pointed at his heud. Finally, he wound up with the suggestion that the .bandit'"take all thn money he hud In his wallet and let it go at that." The gunman took the wallet, took out $15 and handed $10 back to Harwood. Then, he fled. XATTGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FHTBAV, JCTY i2, ; 1W«—PAGE 8 Waterbury'c Friendly Department Richard Nearys . Visit Forestville Mr, and Mrs. Richard Neary have returned to their North Main street home after a visit with relatives in Foreslville, Cells of the yeast plant are so small Ijhat 3,000 of them laid in a straight row would measure only about one inch. EVERSHARP PENS 35.00 ,,, PEN and PENCIL SETS $8.75 **->•**-* up Your Local Pen Dealer STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE 83 Spring St., Union City Tel. Kmig. 6111 — Wat. 4-83UU FELIX UTAKDELLO. Ttlgr. I'till slm-k (if MtcH uiuf wnittt btliulH UlJjHj* rrjmJivi), rt'-lnpFtl, etir. THE CARD and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE j J Neary Building Church St. ENGELMAN'S OUR MID-SUMMER FOR BOYS SEERSUCKER SUN SUITS Sixes 2 to 7. Keg. $].!!) '. POLO SHIRTS 'Sixes 3 to 12. Reg. to .1H.25 WASH SUITS . and Long Pants Sailor Suits Sixes 2 to 7. Reg. $2.'98 2 14 Now Available EMERSON RADIO 4IS No. Main St. TcL 6401 Cool Black broadcloth Junior Dress Dartford Deb Two-Toned Junior Dress SUBSTANTIAL PRBCE REDUCTIONS On Wearables ; , For Youngsters! . . . FOR GIRLS . . . SHORTS (Including Chubby sizes). All colors Sixes 7 to 36. A figure flatterer if- we ever saw one, It fits so well, looks so nice, feels so «ool. Fashioned of fine black broadcloth with high slit neckline, cap sleeves and deep pockets. Detailed with pastel color braid on the bodice a?id outlining the pockels. Sizes 9 to 15. Just for -Juniors. Lustrous black broadt cloth dress made briplir. with gay bands of pastel color. Fashioned with tiny waistline, full Rnthercd skirt and brief cap sleeves. Combinations of pink, powder blue, aqiw and chartreuse with black. Sixes 9 to 15. BATHING TRUNKS All Wool Elastic Waist Sixes S to JS. Keff. to $2.25 DRESSES AND PINAFORES Sixes 7 to 36. Keg. to $10 2 PC. SWIM SUITS Sizes 34-38. Rep. $4.50 00 GABARDINE WASH SHORTS Sixes 4 to 16. Reg'. $1,9S KNIT SUITS Sizes 2 to G. Reg. $1.98 , KNIT SUITS Reg, $2.49, SLACK SETS Sixes 4 to 10. Rog. $3.50 .., 66 60 44 88 88 BLOUSES Sixes 3-14. Reg. to $1,98 ., COTTON SKIRTS Sizes 10 to 1G. Reg. $3,98 24 BROADCLOTH SHIRT & SHORT SUITS Stripes and Soiids Sixes 3 to Cx. *g - n Reg., to $1,98 ............. I PLAY SUITS "With Matching Skirt. Sizes 7-14.- Reg. $5.98 PLAY SHOES Canvas—Some Open Toes, Sixes 9 to 3. Reg. $2.98 .„ WASH DRESSES AND PINAFORES Sizes 3 to G. "fl66 Reg. to $2,98 * 344 f 197 RE 1 THE JUNIOR SHOP SECOND FLOOR You're Five Feet Or Less Leslie Fay i Fits you to a T 'Another Famous Howland-Hughes Exclusive FOR TODDLERS POLO SHIRTS Solid or Striped. Sixes 1 to 3. Keg. 9Sc ................ 2 PC. KNIT SUITS Striped Tops, Solid Shorts Sixes 1 to 3. Reg. to -$1.9S ............ WASH SUITS Seersucker or Broadcloth Sines 1 to 3. ' Keg. to ijil.DS ............ , SUN SUITS Sizes 1 to 3. '"-'S' Reg. to $1.98 1 if § •.* Q BATHING TRUNKS AND SUITS Sixes 1 to 4. Reg. to $1.69 PINAFORES " Some ; with Matching Panties Sizes 1 to 3. «g Reg, to $2.49 ..- § oo oo *s "Cinch" Good vertical lines broxight to a focus by a big, brassy belt. A dress- that knows how you hate alterations— call it telepathy or better yet, call it Leslie /Fay. In icy ray<m faille, a. Rosewood fabric. "Sizes 10T to 1ST. $8-30 . wr . . . SECOND FLOOR

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