The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 19, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 19, 1977
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VETKKANS COUNCIL Chulrmun Grmon A U n m H an, notincutl today thtit thn Veteran.* Council will ninot Thurodiiy nl>rht at 7:,'iO ttt tho town hull. Members uru nlH'i planning to uttund thi ninotlng of tho planning comml.i- Hlon at 8 o'clock Thui'Hduy. The Guunull will dNciiMH plans for the UtiptumbfM- 2 piu-ndo, und It Is ( p«ctcd that a mui'Mfml will MONTA.VAKMtADO 1'OST .Htatt! convention plamj will ho eomf.lotcd tonight whon the Mr,n- luimrl-Ktitlu pout hold u nicollnK (it S p. rn. ut Murchltflfina Hall, Tho convention IN jinhwJiilod to tal«; place In Now Uiivirn, July 'M "7 (tnd 2S. J''lrml instructions to cliilcKiitcH will tn, iii.|lvcn:il tu tonl>rht' H rnur-l- Iri): und it him bneu di.-umod Im- purntlvo that thi.-y attend. Kfpiiit.i of oomiiilttof,; In churj/o !>r Uni K'-f "I''.* flr.'it .nnmml fluid | clay to hi; hwld August •! will aluo ' COLUMN bedulH'cred -tonight. The Post Aux lllnry will meet Tuesday evening N P- m,, ut Chrlstoforo Colomb< Hull to discuss convt-ntlon plans. VK\V _At liuu nlfcht'a mooting of th Vlcl-jry Bull Committee, VFW prottruss reports on solicitation weic received, it was stuted today by C'j-chnlrmnn, C-aston Adam.x Thu dunce will be held Septombei M. An orchestra has not been selected Q;I yut. The committee will meet Monduy, July 29 ut S p. m. und Mr Adams ruqucHts that all members iittcnd. SONS 01'' UNION VKTKKANS A special mci.-tlnK of tho Sons of ;nlon Veterans of thn Civil War vill bi- lu-iii Wednesday night ut o'clock at thf club rooms of the Vl>'W tin Rubber avenue, Comman- l'ir Tho.mlorf; Hinckiijy'-announced lod.-iy. Ho i-crnnvit.s thnt all mi'm- bi'rs attend Uiis iiriportar;t Cost Accountants' Directors To Meet At Country Club The hoard uf ilircntnivi of ihi> Wn- trrbuiy Chapter, National AflMociu- tlon of Cont Ac.-cuuntuntsi, will hold it Hiitie-.litl mi'i'tlni; (it C,:t)i> p. m. •!.(,- riltfht, ut thh Wutnrlniry Country Club, VViui.'rbury. '('hit WuturLury Chupfor r,f (|, ( i 3V. A. C. A,, fompi'iflurt Wutut'but-y NiiiiKutuck. •rhuiiinsuijn, MtchlluUI, Torrlnxton, HrlKtuI und other town-i In the Nuiigatiick Valley, rhl.i Cfuiptt.-r, rcct'-ntly f(jj-ini'd dm. 1 tr. thr oxpAnMlori dl 1 rmimbi-rMhip und lull list ry In till* , m .ii, forr.i-rly wu« Included In -the Hartford Chapter, N. A, C, A. Oni: of lh(' subject.s of new btisi- no.'iH to bo taken up at the meet- IriK Is the ftri'.anf,'0.rn<;nt <il u .stuff [iiu-ty v/nlch will probably be held in Bristol In AUKU.HI. __ Further dlscusi.Mlon and iirranjrc- rnont.M will In: made for the- pro- irrstni which v/lll (,-et underway in Huptunibo.r when monthly meetings will Uiki; place ut tin; Hotel Elton In Watrrbury, Kffi.rU ur«.- buliiff iii.-ulo 'to seeui'o nationally known I'urtiro.s In thu iiecoimtlnj,' prol'es- .•:ion to tiddruKs thrr chapter, dtir- \\K the coming year. The C'hini'Hc.' lanKiinrru Is .spokon by '\H'j million jiorson.s, and Is the ino.'it used ol 1 nil ton>;iioa. English is lijjoki.-n by 2-17 million. Herman Grossman Released By Navy, To Resume Studies Herman II. Qrossiuan.', son, of Mi 1 . and Mrs. 'Harry Grossman of -13 North Main street, Union City, wa discharged yesterday from t h United States Nn.vy. The locul youth, a graduate o a-lenclorl Cheshire Academy, was r Women's Activities-Personal and Social Hifi-n school, and \vh student in Chapel Hill, North Cnro HERMAN' GKOSSMAN lina, at the time of his enlistment July 1, 10-13. HL> plans to return to Chapel Hill Sept. 22, to'resume a pru-mcdical course. While in thu Nnvy he was a mem- Outing Held At Carol Walker Quinn Cottage/ Heard In New By Local Club- The Happy Hours club held an outinjr recently at the Quinn cot- tafre on the Housatonie river. The day's actiivt'les included volley ball and quoits tournaments swimming-, entertainment and a hot dofj and hamburger roast. The Qulnn band presented several numbers and vocal selections were given by Fi-ed Morton, Al Happy, Harold Cowling, and Fred Happy. Among those present were: Mr* and Mrs, Peter Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quinn, Donald. Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Quinn, Mr, and Mi's. Al Happy, Mr. and Mrs. William Happy, Mrs. Ann Happy and family. Fred Happy and Catherne' Griftln. Mr. and Mrs.. Edward Longo and family, Mr, and Mrs. George Smith and family, Alan Byron Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Bur.ton Peck and family, ?red Morton, Harold Cowling-, Gregory Madden and Frank Las- dauskas. York Concert Miss Carol Walker, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. £.. Philip-Walker of Mr. Silver nail Celebrating.' 90th Birthday Charles P. Silvcrnail, one of the borough's oldest residents, celebrates his 90th birthday'today, us of the V-12 program und slud- at Columbia university, from boiled which lift {jrjitluatud with the rank of ensign. He served In tho South Pacific urea as an otlicer aboard n LST, piu-ticipatinR in the' buttles A great personal^ time saver for you THE NEW "Y and E" WAR CHEST of Okinnw and -err Lu"or,, antl also in Japan, following V-J former Resident Visitor Yesterday Paul Roberts of Hartford, form- rly of the borough-, was a visitor n. the borough yestei'day. Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mariano of Oak street announce the birth of a. daughter, Marga.i'et Ellen, July IS at St. Mary's hospital. Millville avenue, was among the his nime CJ Centra] avenu e. soloists, presented in the third of a series of summer concerts at Doer- wood-Adlrondaok Music Center, Saraiia.c N. V. held .recently in the auditorium of the Harrietstown town hall. Miss Walker who is 14 years old and a student-at St. Margaret's school Wa.tertown has studied the piano, for seven years. She was heard in-two Chopin works NoctVune in E minor and Vulse in E minor, and-was highly praised in her presentation. Mr. Silvernail, who has buon a resident of this community since 1S&0 moved here from his birthplace, Copake, N. Y., with his parents, Henry and Dorothy (Clark; Silvernail. 'He was quite active at one time in locul politics servlns as u constable a.nd" a member ol'i.he local fire department a.t various times during his life. He is the only living original member of the local tire dapurt- NAUGATUCK XEWS (CONN.), TUKSD.\V, JUI-Yi-23, X046—PAGE 3 Church Notes ST. FRANCIS' Tie St. Francis' Veterans, Ama teur Leag-ue team, wjll practici Wednesday evening, G p. m,, at the Recreation Field. The St. Francis CYO will travel to WaterDury Wed ncsday, 10 engage the SS. Pe-tci njid Paul team, at 6:30 p. m. in a CYO league (jame. ST. JIARY'S Spending Week In Monroe Prior years to hi : ; retirement sovornj 'ho was employed as a Mr." and Mrs. George 'Currier of North Main .street, are spending/a week with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Swendsen of Monroe. carpenter by. the U. S. Rubber Co. He has a son Harry, and a daug'h- i ter, Mrs. Walter J>cfvis, with whom : he makes Jiis home. Local Couple Parents Of Son ' nra Sffh.'Wmes David, born yesterday- ut the Wa-terbury hospital. Mrs. He has been awarded the follow;},' ribbons: The Asiatic-Pacific ! Pa P e is the former M'arcella Roale. two buttle ~~ ~ Liberation Surgical Patient At x Theater Ribbon with stars, the Philippine Ribbon and tho Victory Ribbon • Now yuu won't lime lookinu for lose or misluid papers. Index folders keep ull piipef.v and card.* ri^hi when 1 you can xet »t them in the leii.M time. Spcciiil lubcl.s and rccordJQK | forms (it your individual needs. ' /', i', fl'l *ti iitttl fi/l or briJtt prin only $1.95 YOtMl I.Of'U, ST.'VnO.VKK SWEENEY'S Neary Blclg. Church St. ' Naugatuckl Soir.h Africa was discovered at about thn same time as America land for -the satnii reason — the |search foi- tho Indies. HUDSON SALES ~ SEKVICli: Ooneral Aiitoniotlvo Kepnir* B-M MOTORS INC. ao-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone (M-ll Waterbury Hospital Mrs. Harold H. Lewis of South Main street, is a. surg-ieal patidnt at the Waterbury hospital. Returned To . i Residence • ! Mrs..Florence Farrow and family, have feturned to their home on) Goodyear avenue after visiting in! Rhode Isla.nd. . ' Patrolman On . Annual Vacation ; Patrolman'John Mikalchus of.tho; loca! police department, is on his annual vacation. To Usher At Wedding- Edward S. Noble of New Haven road will serve as usher at tho wedding of his cousin, Hubert William Delano and Miss June Elizabeth Sprague, New Haven, which will take place Au^. 10 in Christ church, New Haven. Ohio Residents Visiting Here Mr. arid Mrs. John McDonough, Jr., and three children of Cleveland, Ohio, are guests of Mr. McDonough's father, Judcru John McDonough, 1?5 Millville avenue. The Church Carnival committee, leaded by Rev. George Vilciaus- kas, assistant pastor, will meet thi.s evening, S p. m.. in the church basemen-t. The Carnival will be held July 2G through August 3, it was announced by Pastor, Hev. Thomas F. Griffin, toduy. Others on the ' committee are: Assistant Chairman, Joseph P. Kane, und .Mrs. Ernest Anderson, Mrs. Rose Flanagan, Mrs. John Vanase, Mrs. Patrick Sheridan, Miss Patricia Sheridan, Mrs. John Czaplicki, Mrs. Joseph Kane, Mrs. John Cullinane, Mrs. Francis Scully, Gladys Hickey, Margaret Scully, Ruth Conway, Madeline Baker, Alice Hickey, Ju)ia Brennan, Mrs. Henry Zwick, Mrs. Frank Brellis, Margaret O'Connor, Mrs. James Thurston, Mrs. Paul Smoy. Mary BiviziB, Eileen Healy. Mae Montani- bault, Mrs. Helen Scbultz and Mrs. Joh;i Kissane. Also, John Hackett, Patrick Sheridan. John Czaplicki, Michael Stokes, Peter Klukis, John Cullinane, Leo Smith, Francis Scully, Thomas .Grant, Michael Smith, Joseph Scully, James Sheridan, Francis Neary, RiSlmrd . Ncary, Richard Kelly, Jamos Cocn, Donald Ooen, Charles RoJiianoff, Stanley esseck, William Clecvcr, K:i>> mond Dinkle, Frank Brellis, wil- iam Dolan, Pierce Cajspcr, Ernest Bendler and George Fellows, What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events foi today, tomorrow and every day. Tonight VFW Victory Bull Committee Meeting. Muss Moating on Price Control, Linden Turk. July 23 Meeting, Local 45, Linden Park, July 24 Session To Make New Voter*, Town Hnll. .July 25 Mcelim.;, All Veterans. Meeting, Marine Corps League. Meeting, Hoi-ouch Planning: Com- nission. Meulini:, Veterans Council. VFW Auxiliary Cord Party. July 27 ' St. Hodwig's Hazanr. July 28 Waste Paper Collection, Anier- cnn Lefi-ion. St. Hodwiu's Bazaar. August 1], VF\V Family Clam- baki« and Outinu. Schildgon's. 11 a, m. to 0 p. m. July 2S Bus Committee M«eiinfr. Rome brass strips an* only .00* of an inch -thick. NOW OPEN! ! $ Jean's Knitting: Studio \ 20 DIAMOND STREKT J Mr*, .li'iin Knlltliik- Hiiil < Vitrn anil Out liflttnir )nHiructl«m Mulcrliit for (S»Io r ~**~^r+**+**+****r**+*-*-**+**r^+*) M. Barry Keegan \ CANDIIJ WEDDING \ BOOKS ? : s 108 Bunk St. W.atnrbury \ Jones MorRiin Bldg. Tel. 4-5;iS4 \ Daughter Born 'To Local Couple Mr. and Mrs. AlexWasdo of East Wa-tci-bury road, urc the. purtmts.of fi daughter, Barbara Joan, born at St. Mary's hospital. Ansonia 'Couple File Intentions Wedding intenti-ons hav.e been filed-In the • office "or Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John by Vera Ann Nesteriuk, 15 Star street, Ansonia, and Vito Anthony Frano, 4G Liberty street, Ansonia. About 97 per cent of all of the Italian people are members of the Roman Catholic church. SALE NOW IN PROGRESS! ! LAMP SHADES Reg-. 80c NOW CHILDREN'S SUN SUITS Reg-. 95c NOW 85c Here's your BLOCK in trade! Blocked traffic means blocked business and that's bad for all concerned. Trades people depend on a free flow of traffic, not only for merchandise, but also for customers. A simple solution lies in continued and greater use of buses. By taking bus instead of your car, you will help Educe the number of vehicles causing the ingestion. Not only will you be doing [our community a favor by helping solve ie problem, but you'll be ridding your- lelf of driving and parking worries. I.R.4.LI Sparkling- Crystal for Summer Service! Large Pitcher and 6 Glasses Reg-. 75c NOW 59c Set SPORT SHOES (Right In Season) NOW BUY NOW AND SAVE! ! . WHITE OROANDY MATERIAL Reg. 59c Yard NOW ASSORTED GLASSWARE Regular lOc NOW .... STRAW PURSES (Extra Special Value) NOW $1.59 Phis Tax NOW SUN GLASSES Reg, 39c 25c Nested ASHTRAYS 19c NOW Boys' SPORT SHIRTS Reg. 31.19 NOW 98c NOW BIB APRONS 44c NOW STEEL WOOL Large 'Roll 17c MURPHY CO CHURCHSTREET 'NAtlGATKCK,' C

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