The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 26, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 26, 1977
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.1 Girls' Apparel 45 DRESSES 7 to 16 Were to $10 32 BATH ING SUITS/ «a 10 to 18 Were to $5.95 27 WOOL SUITS 4 7 to 16 "* Were to $25 BARGAIN COUNTER Play Suits, Pedal Pushers, Shorts, Skirts, etc ...... BARGAIN RACKS Dresses, Pinafores, Jumpers, Playsuits, Etc, , . Women's Activities-Personal and Social e ALL SALES FINAL ncamflrrs 'O^ArrwtA. yrGu/t, jk Nine Localites At Girl Scout Camping Site ; Nine -Jocal Brownies and GJrl Scouts are attending- the Girl Scout Camp Wcquapa.usett on Buck's Hill, Watervllle, with eight concluding a week at the camp tomorrow and one ending a four week, period at tho camp site. Patricia Anderson, 39 Falrvlew nvcnue, is spending the entire summer at the camp as a counsellor. Among the Brownies In the Happy Hollow group are Elaine Lun- dln, daughter of Mr, und Mrs. Arnold Lundin of Woodlawn avenue; Arline Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nelson of Park avenue; Janet Monnhan daughter of Mr. and" Mrs. Joseph Monahan of Millville avenue; Gltil Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C;u-l Elmer Anderson of New street, ' Girl Scouts in the Tip Top grourare: Susan Cheney, daughter ot Mr .and Mrs. Lawrence Cheney of .Moore avenue; Grace McNamee, ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles McNamec of North Hoadlcy street. In the Sky High jrroup of Girl Scouts are: Diane Spadola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spadola of Homestead avenue; Regina Sullivan, daughter of Mu. and Mrs. j Al Sullivan of Eeebc street: Lucille i Zuccarclli, daughter of Mr. and ' Mrs, Patsy Zuccarclli of South Main street, Bride-To-Be Donald Wiggiesworth To Enter Colleg-e Donald C., son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Wigglesworth, 68 Oak street, will enter Trinity college, Hartford, this fall as a freshman, according to an announcement today by tho admission office of 'the college, VFW Card Party Reported Success A public card party held last night by the Ladles'auxiliary, Cru- sarter post, Veterans of Foreign W/u-s, was reported as successful by Mrs. Josephine Jackson, chairman. The assisting committee Includ- od Mrs. Hazel Elcktord, Mrs. Mabel Burke, Mrs. Mary Rose and Mrs, Althca Lewis, Miss Patricia Helen Kilduff, whoso engagement and coming murrliijTc to Corp, Francis T. Plaukey son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Flnnkey of Seymour,-(H announced l»y her mother, Mrs. Peter Kilduff, 53 Onk street. The wedding J.s planned for Saturday morning, Aug. 17 in St. Francis 1 church at 9 o'clock. Miss Kilduff cradimtod from Naugatuck high .school in the class of 1944, nnd Corp, Flnnkey is n. graduate of Seymour High nchool in tho of 1943. He IK attached to the U. S. Army Air Force and stationed at Greensboro, N. C. Couple Pile Intentions Howard Packer of Prospect street, and Frances Schcithe, 2HJ Hillside avenue have filed marriage intentions in th.o ofllce of Town Clerk Raymond J, St. John. The couple plan to be married Aug. 3. Visiting- At Summer Place Miss Nancy Bristol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin B. Bristol of Middlcbury. is visiting Miss Nancy Schmuck, daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. John Schrmick of North Church street, at the; Schmuck | summer place on Nantucket Island, ' Mass. Announce Wedding Of June 29 Try NEWS Want Ads—they bring results Announcement is made of the •narriiigo of Miss Alice Virginia Mankoski, daughter of Edward Mankoski of Pines Bridge, to Kenneth Botiomlcy, I.'l Johnson street, which took place In Beacon Palls Juno 20. The Rev. Harry Thomas, pastor of tho United church, performed the ceremony. Miss Pauline Frances of Waterbury, w an maid ot honor, and Al- vln Bottomtcy, brother of the bridegroom, .served as best man, Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lee Draper of Ball Farm road, Waterbury, announce the birth of a. daughter, Judith Anne, at the. Watorbury hospital. July 19. Mis. Draper is the former Alma Dro^. The couple are we'.l- known In the borough. AT OUR JULY SALE >••>. CLEARANCE OF CHILDREN'S SUMMER MERCHANDISE CHILDREN'S DRESSES—Sizes 3-14 $1,50 ^_ rVnloon to .$4.93) CHILDREN'S PLAY SUITS and SLACK SUITS—7-14 $1.50 IVnliic.M to $-1.08) Church Guild To Meet Monday A covered-dish supper and bu.'ii- ncss meeting of the Wcslcyun Service Guild of the MeLhodlst church u-1!) be hold Monday evening at 6 o'clock at the home of Rhca. Mow- rcy, 81 Rockwell avenue. Mrs. Robert MaoF.ii'land wil; conduct the husincus session. No Services At Hillside Sunday No soi vices will bo conducted at Uic Hillside Congregational church Sunday, July 28, in deference to services at Cromwell, it has been announced by the ]~lev. Paul Peterson, pastor. The Young People's Qundrennia; Evangelical Mission Covenant or America will bo In session Sunday. GIRLS' BLOUSES—Sizes 8-12 rvalues to $2.08) ..$1,00 TODDLER DRESSES—Sizes 1, 2 and 3 -..'.. .$1.49 (Vuluoa to $2.08) SHORTS—Sizoa 3-14 99c ai.-IO Vnlueo) CHILDREN'S WHITE PURSES $1.98 (Values to $2.08) BOYS' WHITE SUITS—Sizes 5-9 '81.99 (Values to J3.5S) ONE LOT OF CHILDREN'S BATHING SUITS HALF-PRICE Congreg-ational Church To Close For August Services at the Congregational church will not be conducted during August, according to nn announcement by the Rev. Edward R. I-Iancc. pastor. Morning worship ,,tnd sessions of tho church school will be resumed Sunday, Sept. 8. Berlin and Moscow arc joined by two raid-on cl routes. KEEP THE !• YOUNGSTERS BUSY Colored Crayons Books Games Coloring- Books Cut-Outs, Etc The CARD and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE N'onry Building Church St. JUST ARRIVED New Shipment of Bates Bedspreads Single and Double Bed Sizes «4.95 to $6.95 HUDSON SALES — SERVICE General Automotive Repair* i B-M MOTORS INC. i 80-83 SOUTH MAIN ST. • Telephone 6441 191-199 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK, CONN IT'S TOO HOT To Do Your Own Laundry-Memorize or Write This Number CALL WAT. 4-4106 A MERICAN i i .\iif) • ^ Cub Pack To . Hold Picnic Cub Scout pack, No. 7, of St. 1 Michael's Episcopal church, will hold its monthly pack meeting in tho 'form of a picnic at Swlrdcr- 1 ski'B picnic prove .on Brook street, Sunday afternoon at '2 o'clock. Parents of the members wil! be guests. Returns From New York City Miss Agnes Berg of 'the borough, has returned from New York city, where she spent two weeks. Visited Bronx ~~~ Zoo Yesterday Richard (Charlie) T^oklten and Jimmy Moore were visitors yesterday at tho Bronx Zoo in New York. Millville Couple Parents Of Son A son M'<i!5 born to Mr, nnd Mrs, Albert Butkus of Millville lust nig-IH at St. Mary's hospital. DIVORCE ASKED A divorce action was filed in Waterbury Superior court today by Mae (Palobinsky) Crosby of Nau- •auck, against Donald Dudley Crosby of N.-iugatuck. Tho couple were married Aug. 25, 1943. The plaintiff claims cruelty since January 13-M and asks alimony and iei mission to resume her maiden name. KAUGATPCK NEWS (CONN.) FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1W—PAGE St. Francis' Club Plans August Outing PJans for .-in outing to be licld in the liiUer pnrt of August, place, time and date to be announced later, were discussed last night at a. meeting ft ;bo St. Francis' club in St. Cecelia's hall. More than 000 ore now members of the organization, .according to a report by Jolin Chrislw membership cha.irmn»V The membership campaign will continue it was announced. Next session of the group is d for August 1. An estimated 12,000 full-blood American Indians were in the nation's armed forces. »«»»»**»* i| M. Barry Keegan CANDID "WEDDING BOOKS * 108 Bank St. Waterbury I Jones Morcan Bldg. Tel. 4-63*4 FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 106 South Main St. $r#m;Njfi Beautiful Scatter Dots Splendidly tailored •— washable marquisette that's a real value at this price — with hack hems —selvages removed-") inch wide ruffles—Priscilla top—in ivory only. S3.98 pr. DeLuxe Cushion Dots Extra full 5 inch wide ruffles— closely woven, they'll wash exceptionally well--finely tailored — covered with thousands of dots. pr. 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