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Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, May 2, 1977
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Now At The Salem Chairman Women's Activities-Personal and Social i '**+******** ***>*****<***+*********+* |)nn I)i-I''(irr (tnji) ji.ln.s tin- fun wln-n stars Climilrttn Colln-rt mid John Wi.vnr umjjli- with too much ImiiKiimllntt itiul too UHlc fon-- thoueht In MI.TV.VH I^-KII.V'H hrllllunt pnxliictlon "Without Krsurv:*- tlmi.i." fin- ICKO jJmUo rrlt-a.Hf, FANTASTIC HIT NOW SHOWING AT .STRAND The fant'iwtlc, ruhnlniin flty of BanRkok In tnn ISRO'jt, u (tprrtapln of cnchnntlnK- pagrxl/i.-i, pnlaei-M nnd rnlnaretH iiro.-u- tli-r on tier ovnr five aci'i.M of snth riiMitiiry-Kux'H Htiifllo lot ii« « .Hi-MliiK for "Anna nnd tho Kim: of Slarn" tin- first mntlon picture (TI u.-io tha( fv>l{*r- fnl nnd f-xotU' country of the Kant for Its loi-nli-. DfHT.vl I 1 '. Xnrntr-k in 1'Piullni: Mur- Piirct I.nrulon'M hrvt- HhlllMrM In Ihf [i|-li-iiflor and .".pci 1 - lijrlf of I he M'>Ki'ii[>hlrii] nccniint of the iidvontiii'i-.'i of an KnKlbih Knvornn.'i.i at the court of Klnj: Mon;;tnt. A<-roi thm;ly, the »lj:nnl wn.i'Klvcn T'l-fidiifoi' I.otiMl 1"). [,li;h« Kin to nn nil-out In np/ilyl/i;,' (hi- Im-fji-Ht. ImdK'-f. HIT. fin- u Him Miner pro-war dayti, Tim plirfun 1 . xtur- rlnK fronr Humif, Krx I (arrlinri ' nrid lilnilii Durni-ll, aiul dli i-i'trcl by Jfihn f!i'rirmvi:ll. IN now at t lit- Slrnnd Ilientrc. Tfic cornimnlon film In "S!i-nnir'> Trlari^'lf" MlurrlnK Sl>rnf Hns.ii- arid ROMANTIC COMEDY THE FEATURE AT SALEM PLAYHOUSE Alady and wo marines occasion a load of fun in Mci'vyn LoR'jy's i.'ny romiintir co:nr.dy, "Without fie.frrvations." Claudctto Colbert ind ,Ioh:i VVayin,' arc starred, and Oon Dcfot-i- Is fuatured, in thlt; KKO F'<adlo releusi.-. now at Stt- U:m I'layhouse. .Miss Colbert playsi a novelist bouurl for ['."• illy wood to work on Ihn sr:rer-ti vorslnn fit' her new hesl- .•n-llcr. Wuync and DeFore lire a -oiiplc nf I'Dtiirniid .Marine Flyers en route to San Dlufjo. \Vayne so inifiri-HMcM C'laurlctto tlint -sliu de- trlcli-H to cast him as the hero in her pU-turo. At CJhlca;ro shu learns they are tiooknd on different trains, •i sht- abandons h-.-r hufrpnpo, ticket and ri'MPi-witinn on her own iln in oi'dtir to board the Marines'. The train crow think she's no belter than she: ought to be. d after a particularly riotous nli;ht In the club car all three •nri-ryiaakers aro put. off the, train. Hilarious misadventures culminate in Cliiiidi-lti- 'belli;; sent to jail in Ni-w .\r<.-\lcr>, Hownvor. love tri- Flrcmun Walter Gcsseck is chulr- niun of tlio commlt'tec iirranl-'lng tho 20th annual clambake of the Nuiiicatuck rish and Guniu .Asso- rhiUon. to l«; held Septomhcr 22 at Schlklgcn'M grove. i'i- all tlllllRiiltiea crul:< happily. COLORFUL "SMOKY" COMING TO LOEWS POLI "ISasy to Wed," the star-studded Technicolor hit now playing '.it Loew'.'i Poll thcttlrc has Btill one flay left to run. You will see Vim Johnson, America's favorite son, dance und -sing' for the first i.imo in his career. You will see beautiful Esther Williams do her bit under 1 water, and you will come out cheering- on the acting of Lucille Bull and Keonan Wynn. It's truly one si-cat picture that came out of tho Studio ot Stars, M-G-M. '"he co-hit on this thrilling Technicolor program is "Dark Alibi," which as-iin fflvos us Charlie Chan's tray of finding the killer. Casted in this co-hit arc Sidney Tolcr and Benson Fonff. Strirtinff Wednesday, the -Loow Poll TliRutr-r proudly presents the thrilling Technicolor hit, Will J u m e s 1 "Smoky," 'starring Frotl MHcMun'fiy. Anns Baxter, Bruce Cabot, Esther Dale, Roy Roberts, and J. FaiTcll MacDonld. "Snv,>ky" is u grand story or the West of today that is flooded with the I'ouu- injc spirit or tho West of yesterday. Aa all who have read tho book must know, It is the story of one mor.'s love of danger and -jf one woman's love of a man, nnd of the events that patterned thnir life into a. frrcat and thrilling adventure. The co-hit on this program or hits is "It Shouldn't Happen To A Do/,-," with Carole Landia and Al- Brother Of Local Woman Wed Saturday The Immanuel Lutheran church was the scene of a bridal Saturday morning at 11 o'clock when Donald Blair Cook, 224 Broad street, Mon- tourville, Pa., son of the late Mr and Mrs. WilKam Cook and brother of M'i's. Gerald Stopper, 1 Melbourne street, took as his bride. Miss Josephine Mn.rie Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bennett, 40 James street, Ossining', N. Y. . 1'he sinplc ~~iT.'ig" ceremony was performed by the Rev. Harold F Lucas, pastor of the church. Mis Evelyn Bennett, served as her sis tcr's maid of honor, and Hari Cook of Wllliamspoj't, Pa,, "acte as best man. The bride was attired in a ye! low eyelet dress with white acces, series and wore a corsage of gai denias. Her maid of honor wore ; blue eyelet dress, white accessorie and a corsagre of red roses. A reception was held following the ceremony at the home of Mt and Mrs, Stopper, with the bride mother receiving in a pink dress black accessories and a corsage o white roses. Out-oT-to'wn guests wore from' Ossining, N, Y., Wil liamsport, Pa,, and Montoursville Pa. The couple left on a wedding- trip to an undisclosed destination. The bride is a graduate of Ossining, N. Y., High school and the bridegroom graduated from tha Wllliamsport, Pa., High school. Ho is a veteran 'Of the U. S. Army with which ho served for Oireo years. Ho hud overseas duty in the pacific area. Miss Indiana Of '46 'NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY. JULY 30, IMA—PAGE s Ail Americans Plan V-J Program Plans for forthcoming pnHloipntion in tho V-J Day celebration, and lyn Joslyr.. Sept. 2, worn discussed by the All- American Veterans at their meeting held lust evening In the 'YMCA, Comnnandnr Robert Lawlor announced today. Reporls and ticket roturrs on the recent dance were alsr) given. Weekend Visitor In Boston-, Mass. Mrs. Mary Ann Lokites, 15 Park place, has returned from a weekend visit to Boston, Mass. A (ionlor at the University of Indiana, Lois Citwood, of J-lclms- Inirg, Ind., is shown in Terro Haute after she won the title of "MI«» Indiana" of 134G. She. will represent hnr stato In the national beauty pageant to b« held nt Atlantic City, N, J., in September. (International) Bride-To-Be Is Guest Of Honor At Shower Here Miss Mary E. Pem-OEC of Fred- crick street was hostess at a personal shower Sunday afternoon at her home in honor of Miss Patricia ' Garrity, who will become the bride of Charles Noble of Aetna street, Saturday morning, Aug. 10, JU St. Francis' church. Mius Garrity received many gifts. Refreshments were served. Amonfr the puests were: Mar(Tarot Noble, Sabina Kloc, Anna KnifrhtJy, Helen Zombi-uslcS. Esther Lund:n, Mary Grant, Dorothy Bean, Connie Pcm-ose, Mrs. John Turner, Hannah Owens, Mrs. Mary G. Pcni-osc, Mrs. George Allen, Betty Brophy, Louise Ocmeke, Mrs. Frank Brill, all of Naugatuck. Patricia Donnelly, • Rose Mary McGraw, Mttiy Dclancy, Gerry O'Connor-, Mrs. Kay Johnson, Mrs. James Bolnn, Mary Arlinc Bolan, Mfirjorie O'Kccfe, all of Waterbury, Jane Hcaly of South Norwalk, the guest uf honor und hostess. Gold Star Post Plans Military Ball In August Ex Llbris... By William Sharp Committees To Be Earned For Annual "hurch Program Preliminary plans for the fall en- e.-tainment pro/Tram were marie by ie men and women of St. Franis church school hall, Kcv. Paul Keating, pastor, announced to- ay. At the next meeting, which will c held next Tuesday evening, 8 p. m. in the school hall, the various Meetings of the Gold Star post, atholic War Veterans, will be conducted in the Polish Falcons lall in the future instead .of St. Mcdwjg's pavilion, according lo ah announcement by Commander Mai-tin Lucas. The next session of the group is scheduled for Monday evening, Aug. !">, at 7:30 o'clock, at which time plans will bo discussed for a military ball to be held in the fall. ' for | year's activities tho will forthcoming be selected, Vacationed In New York, Canada Miss Madgo Mariano and • Mies Angclo Mariano, 1 Pond street, and their fruost, Misa Marie Rossi of Jersey City, !N. J., have returned from a vacation in Niagara Kails, N. Y., and Canada. Women's Advisory Committee on Savings Bonds Couple File ' " Intentions Wedding intentions have been filed by Arthur Carlson, Jr., 493 North Main street, and Marjoi'lc Paul. 46 Walnut, street, in the office of Town Clerk R.-iymond ,T. St. John. Tho couple plan to ho mar- i riod Aug. S in St. Mary's rectory. Do'll Show At Salem Playground Tomorrow A doll show will be heid school playground tomor- | Altar Boys, Team Leave For Shore The altar hoys and the of the grammar school hnsch.-il! team of St. Francis' chureh, left 'his morning for a dny's outing at the beach, as tho guests of D Thurston, The boys were chapei onod by tho priests of the parish. New York Residents Weekend Visitors Anthony Gabriel, Mrs. Bottina Cabi-iel and sons Rudy und Joseph of. Schor.ectady, N. Y., spent the «-<!e.k-f>nd at the home of Pasrjualc Natalizio of Ward street. PRINCE ALBERT<TOAT WAS NAMED AFTER S7YIE S£T BY WAS PILOT TERM F=oe 2 BATHOMS.' SAMUEL. CtCXEN-S TOOK fT FOR HIS PEN NAME . NOTED ENGLISH POET, OECIGNETD THE A BOOK ABOUTA THOUSAND THINGS BOOK - pi VIDEND Extended Weather row afternoon at 2 o'clock. Made- I lino Galvin is general chairman of the event, with Ann Mario LnCo in charge of publicity. Selections will include: largest doll, smallest doll, prettiest doll, host dressed, most unique and oldest. William Dillon t the I Hospital Patient William Dillon, Jr.. son of Mi and Mrs. William Dillon or Beacon Falls, is .1 patient nt the W.i- terbury hospital. Noted women, Inoluillnc Mrs. Harry S. Trumnn (center), Mrs. Fred M, Vluson, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury (ton left). Mr.x. lillcn VVoodwiird, member or the Federal Social Security Board and leader in UNKUrt, (lop right), Miss Harriet Klliott. dean or women at North Carolina University (lower left), and Miss Mnholle Illakr, nnloti educator ami wartime director of women's activities in tho War Finance Division of the TrcHMiry Detriment (lower right), will rruide peacetime national efforts to channel a portion of every family's Income Into United States Savings Uoncls. APARTMENTS-ON-WHEELS PROVE HOUSING AID FOR HOMELESS THOUSANDS Beacon Falls Family Return From Vacation Mr. and Mrs, Persia M. Salisbury and daughter, Marion, of Bethany road, Beacon Falls, have returned from a two week vacation spent «t their former home in Ear Harbor, Me. „ Visiting Here With Mother Mr. Jtnd Mr*. IHdwin Pn.ummot- of Chnrlr.ston, W. V;\., riro vj^it'ng Mr. n.nummnr's mother, Mrs. Viola 1 of Oak; strpol. A new method which permits x-rny photography on special "5 mm. film reduces costs in inking chest pictures from .$1 per exposure to less than one cent. Fruit Plate De Luxe and Potato Chips Royale Bartow-Stauffer Wedding Aug. 10 ,. Announcement is made of tho eng-.-is'ement 'nnd coming marriage of Miss Phyllis Gloria Stauffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stauffer of Whine-more road, Middiebury, to William Barlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bar- :ow of Hon.dlcy street. The wedding: is planned for Saturday, Aug-. 10. Upset Stomachs Yield Inches Of Gas And Bloat! "I was so full of pras I was afraid ! J'd hurst. Sour, hitter substance | rose up in my throat from my upset stomach fiftcr meals. I got KK.B-HET.P, and it worked inches of pas and hloat from me. Waistline way down now, Meals arc pleasure, I praiso Erfo-Hnlp to the ,"—This IK nn actual testimonial from a man livinfi right hore this vicinity. 35RB-HEL.P is tho new formula cont.iininp niedicinal juices from 12 Grnut Herb?; these herbs cleanse hoycls, clear ffns from stomach, act shmftish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different nl lover. So don't fro nn suffer- fot Erb-Hrlp. Sold by nil druc here in Naucaluek.—Adv. Boston. July 30—(UP)—New Eng- l;ind extended weather forecast; The tcmpor.iture during' the next. four days will average closo to seasonal normal. Cooler Wednesday. Slightly higher icmpcrnlurcK Thursday and Friday. Warmer Saturday. Some normals arc: Boston and ew Haven, Conn.. 72 degrees; Providence, R. T., 73; Nantuckct and Concord N. H., C3; Burlington, Vt., 70; F-jrllnnd., Me. 6S;, Me,, 62; Greenville and Prosnue Isle, Me., 6G. Rainfall will average between '1-2 and rs-1 of an inch, occurring as scattered showers Thursday and more general shower activity on Friday. The Suez canal has no locks- 3 .1 yea-level waterway. It KSTA1JI.18H 1>OG TRACKS Wilmington, Mass., July 30—(UP) —The board of selectmen is scheduled lo take action on two npplioa- tiont to establish dog mcing trucks in Wilmington. hy tho selectmen and the board of appeals is necessary since the proposed sites aro in industrial rxnd residential zones. M. Barry Keeg-an s CANDID WEDDING { BOOKS S < 108 Bunk St, WiUcrlmry J Jones Morgan Bld(r. Tel. 4-B384 * Dayton Rubber Mfg. Co. V-BELTS Every Size of 1MO - 2MO - OMO Series in Stock! MILL SUPPLIES •! ER TOOLS 22SAVING&.ST.. TEL.5-2241 Little Hof Brau 40G XORTIT MAIN ST. 1 "Al" nnd Vcra Budris, Trops, J Daily Luncheons, Dinners} and A La Carte Menu | FiUl Liquor Llccnno J IIODEO rtAMBl.ERS J Here Friday, Saturday { "iBisn" SHEEHAN' ? Spcclnl Kntortjiinme.nt j Thursday and Sunday J Open Daily Until 1 A. M. j k( WANTED ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-6, 1-4 and 1-2 Hi P. Tel. Waterbury 4-1694 and Il*» CI>;irg<- IIIGHKST PRICKS PAID The WATERBURY HEATING Co. In Homo Hcntlng SPRING ST. 4-647H KEEP THE YOUNGSTERS BUSY Colored Crayons Books Games Coloring: Books Cut-Outs, Etc J Tim CARP nml GIFT SI!Or SWEENEY'S I ART and STATIONERY STORE The ruliiii'itit ilrr,irin(i «f Iliin nru' 'If-hu't' trailer raarh ulimi-s lion' its tiring ravin, bcdrm'im unii A'l/c/u'vi are nrrantjnl into u modern "apartmenl-on-u'hreh." BY ARTHUR A. R1LEY Automotive Editor, Bastpn G/oba ThroiiRlioul I lit' war iiiul duriiiK t li» ., i'i'l lirimcli of tlioiuttmnolm' in- (luMry-(riiilrrco!icliiii(t[itifiictii."itiK - linn hcdii playing asili'iit. yi't ortVrliyn role, l:y ,'iiiliiiK li> n nmrketl di'Ki 1 '''' i" tin- rrliof »f tin.' (liiv lioii.iiiiKslini'ljLKi'- I'W people ri'uliw'i tlmt. ilnriiiK UH< wivr yi'iirs lij.OlK) IniiliT I'dtii'lii'.i WITH prcnliii'i-cl |iv I lui Unitrd yi.»lc.M Cinv- prnnwHil. M'ruili-r conclirM niniln 'lur- in(( tho wur iilciiii! liotiMcil morn tliiin 500,000 PITMOII.H. Popular With V«U Wicry ivri! (hcso roadies (odiiy? rl»>y iiriiptTfuriniiiK llmsiuni' nilr. 'AL nongnHU-d - uronn l)icou(;li('iil> Ilio nation they nri' lii'iiij; used to house former G.f.'s nnd their families. M (in Vui'ebi'i unused in l.os Aa^elos wliieh is iiiuniiK hnrdesl hit, of major i-ilii-si. \vliiTc i»vcr 100,000 fainiliesuro in need of homes. Trailer ciKichi-.s am also being used to liousii former G.l.'.i ismv vvurkini; on I lie Cir.'itid Coiili-c D;\in in \V;tsh- in^Hiti, They are :dso be'uiK utilized to liousi- families of vrl<>r«ns«l nioru tliim -IS school.-! nnd Now Developments '. ],iut. greater thitips arc: in r.ton; for Aiiiiirieiin.s who derive In l-l'iivel nnd tnke their homes wheivver (Iic-y J;P- Visioil of the modern trader coach makers under sponsorship of the Trailer Condi M.^mifuctuivrs Asso- ei!Ltii>n is result inpiu "modcrn-npart- Hienus-oii-wliccls." Cliniatie conditions in different parls of llio country havu boon studied; principles have boon developed which insure year-round comfort. Stoves, refrigerators, sinks, hcat- iiiK equipment, lightiiiK fixtures and other muclianical devices arcsnloctod with the same- cure ft householder" would employ choosing for a livable home. JJ.iy-bi;rl Jounces aro selected for eornfort ;UM a. sofa by day and as a bud tiy iii^hi. Coaches •• aro also equipped with up-to-the-minute ta- liles, chairs and vanities. There is room for nil clothing, dishes, cooking utensils, and the o(ter usual necen- SitifS, ..,- Summer meals offer n challenge to the homomaker who wants to Itccp.her family well-nourished with a minimum of effort, • This all- in-ono plate with hig'h-cncrg'y potato chips nnd a cottage cheese center mound is one answer to flagging: appetites. It's a winner in flavor, texture and color contrasts —nnd for taste appeal, try it! A GALA HOT WEATHER MEAL Potato Chip*- Royulc CotUffti Chccno Garden Onion* Melon Balls rinonpplc Wcdircs • Mint Drrsxlnp ,-in'l 'Frc-ili .Mini OnrnKli Slcm Cherries n.l^pbcrrici Uoiiry Lemon Drffiylnrr Lel!ucc Cupn or Lrsl Letiucc Iced Co flee Potato Chips Royale 4-i n>. Smoked I^ivrr Suu^fljro Th« w!d««t cboic* of p«inc colon •r«f offered — all tr»dy to UM. Murphy Paints fv«ry tn i4 Dkir. Cr^nm Clict-ic (1'/i 01.) 4i cup chopped pftrsley S lablcupoong ehlll aauco ^i ItMpoon of talt Cheese — Garden Onions ftl n t <?rf?Am<fd en I( a iff cjjccs^/ cup~"»llcrd BToen onionit ' ' l»p, TVwrccBlonhlre eauco Combln- all (ncr^dtcntji. /Chill bofom' •r-rriojr, tThin niixturo can bo moldnl In t * ctmard cup to /orm A mound o;j lattucv vlun Mrvinff- • . Pineapple Wedges—Mint Dressing Slloc. pnro find roro froch ptnonpplc. Cut f?neh tt]icc in flifrJU wcdfr' 1 *. M«r- Inatc wlih ono cup of mint dressing. Mint Dressing ' % CUD C>iODWCd TrCfih mint 1 ('Up W.Tt/T - iba. lemon jvUco Honey Lemon Juice 1,4 cup lemon Juico - (bs. honey " Combine nil in/rt-cdlc-nlB and ecrr« on freali bcrristf. ori a iq ' ^ ruit . ta p' b e « lazc d with pastry brush, atomizer or clothes For home use, a pepper shaker filled with sugar and water a e««y to use and convenient for storage j n 3 refrigerator or n •'""'' "-' ' --•• • Soe.Our I,arffo Stock of LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS also All Kinds of Fertilizers TOOI25 FOB GARDEN and LAWN* • SHOVELS (lonp; and short handles) • GARDEN" RAKES • HOES — SPADES C PRUNING SHEARS • GKASS SlfEABS CANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507 . , BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT CUT-KATE PRICES! SANZERI'S i^ 1 ;,^- 20 SAVINGS ST. PTAI- 5-0347 THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Ncnry BuIIdlnR N'aucatuck. Conn. • Ve.nry Cliurch St. IJ:VKI, KKKI.S WIND WEISS' Ben Franklin Store J.W C1IURCJI STRKET CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY T*l. 22I!» 2-1 .SOUTH MAIN STBEEr O>i>/»n"l(*» Nninrnliiek Fnrnll.Hrf Co.) Knrlnry llrpiilr ?5TVlrp on All M*kl-« of Kndlo Sr(H. Prompt: Horvll-l- nl KrnHnnnlrlr TrlrrN. r,n(<[>Mt l^qlllpfn'nf Mr Huillo Krimlr Work. Philco Car Radios . Delivery Automatic PhonoRrnpliK and Record Changers Steady, interesting work making our famous Kcds, Gaytees, 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.

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