The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 8, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, April 8, 1977
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Vet Loses Gun Battle After Shooting Doctor NAUGATIJCK NEWS (CONN), WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 10*»—PAGE i» Women's Activities—Personal and Social Future Bride Guest Of Honor At Shower Here Miss Ruth Rlcchcnnach was honored at a shower recently-given by Mrs. William Anderson of Millville. . . . • • The guest of honor will become the bride of Clayton W. Anderson Saturday, July. 27. Among those present were: Mrs. Robert Ricchcnbach,, Mrs. Milton Dahlin. Mrs. Alfred. Wedln, . Mrs,. John Desmond, Sr., Mrs.'John Desmond, Jr., Mrs. Victor Anderson, Mrs. Robert Houscknecht, - Mrs. Jupilc Pigaty, Mrs. Adrian Olson, Mrs, Elmer Anderson, Miss Ursula Anderson and Mrs.'WIlliam Fenn.. .Mrs. Frank Anderson. Miss Ba- botta'Anderson, Mrs. G. H, Graham, Mro. E, J. Ericson, Miss Pearl Smith, Mrs. Charles Holmes, Mrs. Fred Shumacher, Mrs. Rob'ert Fenn Sr., Mrs. Robert Fenn, Jr. Mrs, Norman 1 Carlson, Mrs. Everc-tt Anderson, Mrs. Fred Church, Mrs. Elmer T. Anderson, Jr., Mrs Charles Wurm, Miss Florence Wurm, Mrs, Alvar Anderson, Mrs. Raymond Ericson, Mrs. Walton Anderson, Mrs. George Tefft, Mrs, John M. Sayward. Millville A A Dance Saturday A dance under, the sponsorship of the Millville Athletic association will be he:d Saturday evening, July 20 from 8 to 12 o'clock in the Millville Library hall. The committee in charge of the event includes Harry Stauffer, 'Arthur Cralin, Joseph Daddona. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brewer will be chaperones. Ray Anderson and his Hayseed- ci-s will- provide music for both round and square dancing. Feature. of the evening will be the awarding of prizes-in the recently 'conducted contest by the Mill-' ville A. A.' Refreshments will be served. In 'Mother' Role Mail Carrier Starts Vacation Joseph Curtin, mail carrier for the local Post Office, began annual vacation yesterday. his Charming- Pair The Cutiil MlumtliiK ut Col. Irving H. WINIttx (hottoui, rlj;ht>, iT-J, by war veteran Hansel K. Thomas, of Jop- lln. Mo,, us tin* doctor U'IIM clmriKliii: a tire uii his car ut lln; Suwtfllc, Calif., Sodicrs 1 Homo, is recorded In thimc iiii-llii-uput, exclusive |)hntt>N. The picture ut top wtwi tnUen before bench-sitting onlookers hud tlinn In lilt flic dirt us TliciMiii.i, v (iirn>\v; revolver In Imijrl, harlng his chest shouted to police "ulm higher — I\U me here," Tile tmdy of Tlirtnws (hiiltom, left) lies where lie was cut down hr police liuJelts in running trim Imltli- through the streets of Siiwtcllr. Col. \Vlllitt.s, an Army cluctor, was 'on terminal leave. International) FINE COMEDY IS HELD OVER AT STRAND THEATER Mervyn l.r Koy'-: now prnMilrt.iM[i "Wlthuiit IlcHi-rvJitionii." olTi'iM a K'ly, ii|>-lo-Uii'-mlmil(> "ntrrlalii-- merit.. Claurii'Hi' Collif-rt nnd .Inlin Wnyno are uttirrod In this merry triiii»-i:mUlMPntal conu'dy. U l>i h-u- hirfd xKii'tini: today ut the Slrnnd llicatcr. '('he i-tnr.v revolves arruind (ho ad- vi'ntili'i'.-i nl' n playrd l>y MI.-tN r'filhi'ft. who |>j on u tri/> (Yoni STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE H," Spring St., Union dly Tel. Nil 1 1 IT. ('.Hi — Wut. .(-(ifi'.' KK1.IX NAHUKI.I.O, Mi;r, I'll" «M"'I< of •*!»''•( Illliiili ili-i-il. ",l lillinN { t-t'-hUM'il, i-tr. S iVe'.v York to Hollywood In connection with the Illming of liur brsst- Nc.'ller, On the irnln who strikes up Jan[Uaintanco with two Marine flying- corp.s otllcers, played by Wayrii! and Don DC Fore-, the latter hr-iiu: featured. AH Wayne and Miss Colin-la Ijecome intcrestud in othrr, the; novelist becomes convinced that IIP would be a natural for the male lead In her picture. fa Chicago, she discovers that tin: Marines luivo reservations on another train, ;.>nd father than lose sight of SVaync, .she boards their u-rmviji'tl train without 'reservations or ticket, abandoning 'hor-baggage in her rush to maku the connection. Compilations follow, notably when Waynj- and He l'\>ro try to teach CMaiiilftli- how tn fly, InSahn cluh Cur, and they are all put olT the train. Their advenuin'.-i in a j;oc- onil-hrmd par; In a wayside ranch- Mrni.w t'l which l.hey .stop; Claut!- I'tle'.-i urn-.-.t and jailing In NVw Mexico; r.ll follow—before the love affair straightens out. The picture, which is released under the RKO Radio banner, marks Iho return of Miss Colbert to light comedy after the more dramatic characterization of her role in "Tomorrow Ls Forever." The companion feature is "Bamboo Blonde" starring Frur.cos Langford and Russell Wade. l.ri-ll.ii UiT,,M-i',.it. U I S H K K S , .MAIN ST. .1- VACATION IS OVER! ! I.r-r I'M Take (,'arr of That PHOTOGRAPHIC WOIIK NOW! ! rindayn Otirlti;; Thibodeau Studio N'i'iiry |!li|>:. Church St. EVERSHARP PENS PEN and PENCIL SETS? .75 up Your Local Pen Dealer TIIK C.MCl) mid (II FT SHOT SWEENEY'S WHITE FISH MARKET .rOSKI'il CA1JKAI., Trop, K Soiitli Main S(. <'hiilcest Meleclltin of salt and fresh water fish at lowest prices, IJOtCJIT SOLD Knit ii Trailer and no That Joli Yourself! ORANGE TRAILER RENTAL SERVICE Kurd warn Hide. "CLUNY BROWN" IS CURRENT LEAD AT SALEM PLAYHOUSE Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones hnvo at long last beer, brought to- gethe." under the magic spell of the fabulous Lubltsch "touch" to pro- I vide local movie-goers with the gayest, most exciting romantic ] screen event in years. "Cluny Brown," the 20tli Century-Fox film in which they ai'c starred,, and which opened today at the Salem Playhouse, stands head and shoulders—laughs and romance — ove:- anything this season has yet,, or is IJkr.-y io produce. So plum-pudding rich in sheer eniertainmont is I'ni.s %vondorful film tr-eat, that this reviewer is at :i. happy loss for a starting point from which pi'filrtcs. Rarely has a picture been peopled with so many delightfully ouf.-ol'-this-world characters, or told so deliciously y.uny :i story as this fllmlzatlon of ' Mai'gory Sharp's best-selling novel, Rarely ha.s a picture been HO skillfully Ex-Navy Man With Seymour Co. Edward J. Ma'nkoski, Jr., of p incs Bridge, recently discharged fiom the Navy, has taken a posit j on ^viQj {},(, Seymour Manufacturing' Co. Vacationed At Myrtle Beach , : Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey Of Seymour, well-known In the borough, have returned to their homo after a. two weeks vacation at Myrtle Beach, Milford. Miss Langell, Bride-To-Be, Shower Guest Miss Henrietta M. Langell, -15 Aetna street, was honored recently at a shower given by Mrs. Axel Sundblom and- Miss Harriet Anderson at Harmon's restaurant, Wa- tcrbury. Miss Langell, daughter of Mrs. Walter. Miller, will be majried Saturday, August 30 to Anthony Salvatore of Prospect. An afternoon wed- j ding is planned to be hold in the Salem. Lutheran church. Mis; Langell is a graduate of St. Mary's hospital school of Nursing. Guests were: ArlJne Van Bomcl Mrs. Arthur Veillctte, Mrs. Robert VcJJIette, Mrs. Raymond Veillctte, Mrs. Hilda Burke, Mrs. Frances Thomson, Misses Helen Barlow, Marion Maier, Ruth Shea, Mrs. Bertha Gothberg, Charlotte Lcuch- ars, Mrs. William Leuchars, Mrs. j Mildred' Baummer, Mrs. Nettie Woll, Mrs. Evald Johnson, Mrs. William Baker, Mrs. Edna Lynch, Mrs. Flora Saivatore, Mrs. Mniy Stimma, Mrs. Caroline Sasso Mrs. Alice Guerrcra S.iJly DeLilo and Mrs. Ada Anderson. Pa, Residents Weekend Guests Mr. and Mrs. George Tucker of Pennsylvania, were weekend guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Tucker of Burton read. Enrolled In. Boy . Scout Camp Jack McCarthy of Rubber avenue is spending two weeks at Boy Scout Camp Mattatuck. Visited Friends In West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sullivan and family have returned to their iome on South Main street, Beacon Falls, after spending a week visil- ng friends and relatives in West Virginia. Spending- Summer At Bayview Miss Betty Ann Smith of North Main street ,is spending the summer with her uncle and aunt, Mr, find Mrs. H.iroJd G. Wolff at Boy- view, Milford. One of sixteen refugee children arriving on the Marine Flasher in New York, Irene Najdenkowu, 2, kisses the doll someone handed her at the pier. The Russian child \vus found abandoned in ti German concentration camp. She came in as a quota Immigrant under President Truman directive. (International) What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events for today, tomorrow and every day. Two Local Girls At Lake George Miss Jane Smith and Miss Eleanor Zehnder of North Main street, .ire vacationing at Huletts Landing-, Lake George, N. Y. VICTOR ZEMBRUSKI AND HIS BAND LINDEN PARK TONIGHT America's No. 1 Polka King, Vieto!- Zembj-uski "The Drummer Boy" and his famous radio and recording Bible Class To Meet Tomorrow The July meeting of the Fidelity Bible class of the Methodist church ivill be held tomorrow evening at he home of Mrs, Earl Valentine on Brooks st.-cet. A. eovercd-djsli supper will • be served at 6 o'clock. Hospitality committee for the session includes: Mrs. William Umlaiif, Mrs. Nellie Lawtcm and Mrs. Inez Wilcox. TONIGHT Rubbish Collection, West Side. Rotary Meeting, YMCA. July 18 Marine Corp* League Meeting. July la Dance, Linden Pork. All American Veterans, Pond Hill Community Club. July 25th VFW Auxiliary Card Party. July 27 St. Hcdwig's Bazaar. July 28 Waste Paper Collection, American Legion. St. Hcdwig's Bazaar. August 11, VFW Family Clambake and Outing. Sclilldgcn's. 13 n- m. to G p. m. BACK TO 3VOKMAI, Wells, Maine, July 17—(UP) — Service on the Boston and Maine railroad between Boston and Portland is back to normal today. A collision between two trains resulted in injury to a fireman nnd a traffic holdup of more than two hours last n!ght. • • . Kennedy Circle Meeting Tomorrow An important meeting of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will be held tomorrow evening at S o^clock in St. Cecelia's hall. All members are requested to attend. Refreshments will be served ar.d a social period held. Some Solomon Islands frogs grow to eight and ,1 half inches long. On Annual Vacation In Maine James Wrinn, a window clerk at the Naugatuck Post Office, is spending his annual vacation in Maine. 1481 1-6 yn. PATTERNS 1512 & 1481 Mother and daughter outfits are pretty sit;h!.. and this set J''OK rOKTIlAITS OK DISTINCTION LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO It Xn, Main Ht. {ART and STATIONERY J I STORE | ?Noi»r.v liiilldliiK Cluircli St. { CF.SSI'OOI. CI.KANKK BAHN KKO I'AINT SIMNril.K STAIN" I'AINT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 17B MAFI.K STREET (AcroMH from City Uukory) Frco Itclivory Tclophono 5IM4 to begin sing7r.g its ! easy to make. Drawstring neck and i-Hgian sleeves go together in no time at. all. For daughter, there arc panties to match, Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1512 Is designed for sizes 12, 14, -16, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14 requires 3 3-a yards of 35 or 3d-inch material; 1 1-1 yards ribbon. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1481 is "ANNA AND THE KING ".PLAYING ' NOW AT LOEWS Starting today at the Loew-Poli theater is "Anna and the King of Siam" starring lovely Irene Dunne, handsome Rex Harrison and luscious Linda Darnell. In every respect—in its thrilling s.tory. superlative acting, superb direction and magnificent production "Anna and the King of Siam" marks a brilliant new high in motion picture entertainment. No fiction tale spun out ot imagination, Margaret Landon's unusual bi'ogra-phy captivated millions oC readers with its exciting story ol the adventures of an English woman who came to the exotic Siam of serve as a teacher to Lhc scores of wives and children of King Mongkut. Here was all the intrigue of the royal palace, the loves and jealousies that rose out the passions and furies of the Polka and Modern Dance orchestra Thc bullfrog of eastern North Am- wi:i play tonight and every Wed- I erica reaches n. length of nearly ncsday at Linden Park, Union City. ] eight inches. Polka and Modern dancing will be ' enjoyed from S to 12 p. m. The dance will be hold every Wednesday, rain or sl-.i-ao. If it rains or is cold, the dance will be held in the inside dance hal!; if it doesn't rain and the weather is seasonable, the dance will be held in the outside dance pavilion. r ELECTRIC BEVERAGE COOLERS FOR STORES Electric Appliance Co. Otlt JillllflVln SI, Wnt. — 'jtvi. -1-4-442 TOTK GRILLS The Complete Outdoor Fireplaces ALX, TYPES OF RADIO REPAIR WORK Order Your Hot Point Electric Appliances HAWJLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH ST. Telephone 4088 r>«2 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel, 2C83 cast or superbly acted. And, as for production a.nd direction, [ designed for sizes 1, 2, 3, t, 5 and | harem, the breathtaking spectac:c "Cluny Brown" finds blt.'ich's sly genius for Ernst. Lu- sparkling romantic comedy at the very peak of perfection — which should be more than enoufjh fo:' anybody's, money. C!rand Tctnn National Park was created in 3020. STRISIK'S 10 Center St. Watcrhury, Conn. WE FEATURK GLASSWARE, CHINA, LAMPS, GIFTS 6 years. Size 2, dress, requires 1 3-4 yards of 3'J or 39-inch fabric; panties, 3- 1 ! yard. For tjieso patterns. Bend 25 cents, for each in coins, your name, address, pattern number and siEo wanted to Barbara Boll, Nauffa- •ttick Daily News, Post Office Box 99, Station G, New York 3f>, >f. Y. The SUMMER Issue of FASHION is brimful of ideas for every woman who sews — school .girl, to home-maker. Special patterns by top-f.liffht American -'designers,-... contest designs by America's- talented juniors... .free, shoulder pad pattern printed in. the hook. Price 25 cents. (Released by The Bel! Syndicate, Inc.) • " - • • of a people who reveled in pagear,- try ,and a shocking barbarism. And women in briliant relief through this exotic background, the story of Anr.a herself, who brought her Western bea.uty, fiery courage and keen wit to win a triumph no woman ever knew before. For the part of the moody, tcm- poi-amontal King Mongkut, Rex Harrison, England's most famous screen and stage actor, came to Hollywood for his first American film appearance. Also on the same program is the thriling mystery "Strange Triangle" starring Signe Hasso nnd Preston Foster in a daring story of crime and-love. Steady, interesting work making our famous Kcds, Gaytoos, and other quality footwear Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at our Employment Office Rubber Ave. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn. . Have a Coke BOTTIED UNDE* AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY SY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATEEBUEY Pure THIS FAMOUS "DANBURY" SOFA TABLE BECOMES A GLORIOUS DINING TABLE In A Matter of a Few Seconds 1,1ft the drop leaves 'The D,-'i7ibnry is a mo^ie bibJc that/is ready at aH tinacx i'or extra, guests. The new'idea in table comfort niay be iiscd in 1hc living room as a console, then with. 1'hig'crtip control, it may be extended to seat comfortably twelve persons. .Thus it .solves everyday' problems of'tlic city apartment, small home-or couir , try house. Sturdily constructed of. solid mahogany, its fascinating, irresistible beauty appeals to exacting • hostesses' evoiywhere. An antlienti-c reproduction of a pure Sheraton design, there are no legs to straddle —yon can sit at this table in perfect ease .and comfort. $249.75 Extend •DAIL.Y STORE HOURS 9:00 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. INCOR POftATCO 91-90 WEST-MAIN STREET WATE^BtTEY

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