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

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 3, 1977
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How To Ma <e Leather Glove's Last Women's Activities—Personal and Social DO slip into leather gloves DO work the glove on finger DO take time to straighten out carefully, smoothing them gently by finger, starting at the tip of your cloves after you remove onto your hands. each, them, from your hands. Bible School In Session The Vacation Bible school of St. Pauf's Evangelical Lutheran church 12 Curtiss street, opened Monday morning 1 with classes for three groups, beginners, juniors and intermediates. Instructors for the respective classes are Mrs. Lydia Valenti, the Rev, aiid Mrs, O. H. Bertram. Theme 'jf t'he schoof is, "Keep Faith with the Children." The aim is to bring- the children to a closer relationship with God. Adults i are invited to visit the classes which begin at 9:30 o'clock in the morning. The school will be conducted through the entire week. I Hillside Church' Cromwell Echo %;\ Service Tonight ay I A "Cromwell Echo" sei'vice v.'ill bo conducted this evening at the regular mid-week devotions service at the Hillside Cungrosruinnal church at 8 o'clock, it w:is announced today by tho Rev. Paul W, Peterson, pastor. Brief testimonials will be #iven by thoso wh,o attended the conferences at Cromwell, which ended las Sunday afternoon. The three conferences held were i DON'T get your gloves out of DON'T push <lo\vn on the DON'T shove them carelessly shape by puilinc them ;it the leather he'.ween lingers—k puts into your handbag-. Crutnplinj strain on (he seams. gloves ruins them. Leather cuff. Dunne the next few months, whrn you arc. completing your :;lip them on your hand. pull and tun at tho wrist. Don't Place fall wflrdrobo, remember to include leather fjlovcs for your ensembles. While still a "hard-to£et" Hem, flnu leather gloves aro now boinn turned out in 1'irne numbers by American manufacturers .who copped the glovu mar- ...... ket clurint: the u-jir. .slick- the untiri.- glove onto your The Hloves: made by our own hand, raclorii-s fjivo the bor.t in lumdl Don't poke tho leather down comfort, fit better and cnn be put i Between your fingers. It will Glove Manufacturers, i from the fingertip downward: lists these easy and helpful hints on usinf; the accessory which every -.veil dressed woman owns: When you put on cloves, simply the fingers of y.our opposite hand 0:1 the buck oC your glove with the thumb under tiic palm and on the hand oar.ily without tediously "tvorkin;;" each finder. Top authority on correct cause unnecessary strain and bre;'k tiie scams. Use your indc>; and third finder with thumb un- .fonn, the National Association of derneath to smooth gloves on Don't, crumple your gloves and throw them into your handbag when you've removed .them. Smooth the fingers carefully and press the gloves into shape. Fold them at the. base of the fingers and then place them -in your. Teen Town Canteen Dance Friday Night A dance will be held Friday night at the Y. M. C. A. under the auspices of the Teen Town Canteen, with Ray Hotchhiss and his orchestra playing for dancing from 8 to 11 o'clock. president William Dolan urges all teen-age boys and girls to attend the dance as during the war. He has stated that, attendance has ] been declining in the past few months, and in order that the Canteen may continue operating, more support must be given. purse. These suggestions provide a S11111 in ( '< Ml! I'n shop I'll ('oml'iirt Princess Shop Pre-lnventory Clearance 26 DRESSES Jciscyw - Crepes - Shantung's - Meshes Seersuckers - Cape Cod Linens - Spuns Chambrays. .. - -,--.,,; In styles made for comfort and smart frocks for the long 1 Summer weeks ahead. Make your selection now. ^•.!±!)S *> Si 7, 'Kntire Stock of Beach Wear Mlousos Reduced ,1,1, S.M.KS FIX A I, -- Raincoats for Clearance Xl) U'KT RXS Al \v;i vs ( 'ni.I , , . Simp In ('omCoii sure way to keep your suedes, pi;;skins and all your capeskins looking like new. A glove, like any other item of wearing apparel, will serve you well if treated with care. Try to remember these hints to insure longer: wear of your leather gloves. I Building 1 And Loan I Dues Are Payable j Building and Loan Association ' dues ,ai-e payable today. Secretary Edward Lingenhold will be in hign.tlcc tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock Tor the convenience of members making payment. CJlAri,AIN COMMENDED Boston, July 33 —(UP)—The Navy '.•jiiiiTiendation ribbon has been awarded to a Connecticut chaplain. Commander Francis T. O'- Lcary of New London received the nwurcl signed by Admiral T. C. IvinkaiU. It praised him for his service a:; assistant to the fleet chaplain. Leave Tomorrow . On Visit Mr. ,and Mrs. Berte! Olson nnd children, • Barbara and Bertel, Jr., of .Park-avenue, "leave tomorrow for a three :weekvvisit in Chatham, Mass,. • • tl-.p Eastern Sunday school associ.'L-1 nn j tion conference, Young People's I Fecleratinn conference, and the national Quadrennial Young People's convention. The Rev. and Mrs. Peterson headed a delegation of 17 from Ihc local church, which included: Harriet Anderson, Mr. and Mi's. Fridolf Anderson, Verna Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Abramson, Ruth Abrumson, MV. and Mrs. Walter Dahlln, Juno Dahlin, Kenneth I3ali- lin, Donald Swtinson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson nnd Dorothy Ford. Bride-to-Be Given Shower* A. kitc'hcn shower \vas held recently in honor of Vioia' Mambrino at the homo.of her aunt, Mrs. Hurry Schwartz, 37 Melbourne court. Tlv: guest of honor will be married. Sept. 2 to William Mariano. A not dojf roast was held and refreshments served. Among- those present .were: Mrs. Howard Hoadley, Mrs. iiurl Whit", Mrs. Raymond Higrgins, Mrs. How- arc) Slason, Mrs. Lillian Hushes, Mrs. George Graham, Mrs. Charles dy'P, Mrs. Leonard Cyprno. M:-s. John MamhrliTO, Mrs, How- Schwartz, Mrs. Matthew Jan- kowslci, j-Ms Lucy Ciigiio, Mrs. Joseph Cellelo, Miss Ida Schwartz, Miss Dol'ly Mariano, the hostess and tho truest of honor. Vacationing' On Leaving Sunday Jj'or Vacation . Miss Helen of Meadow street, will leave Sunday for a two "•eeks vacation at the shore nnd in New York city. Local Couple Attend Outing Mr, and Mrs. Matthew Maraulis, 100 Cliff street, attended the St. Joseph's senior :ind student's choirs of Waterbuj-y annual picnic and outinp Sunday ai Lake Plymouth. YOUTH KIUJED Norwich, July 3—(UP)—A fall from a tractor has taken tho life of 16-year-old Raymond Crowlcy of Stonington. The boy was taking- th-e last load of hay for the day Into a bnrn when he toppled onto a concrete paved road. Sales of liquefied petroleum gases amounted to about 300 million gal- '.ons in 1940, an increase of. 33 percent over 1939. Party Dress emergency The present wheat has not changed the bread habits in our i'liniily. When 1 was a young irii'l learning to cook, my Motlier ittu^lit mu the impoi'tfinci.' of avoid- i:ic waste in food — and I think somu of the hints I learned will lu-lp you to conserve 1 bread now. Wo liun'L throw away left-ows Hi our house — if braid docs be- corr.e sliw'lit'y stale, I mnkc toast or Use- it for broad dressings nnd puddings. If there is still left-over bread, 1 roll it into crumbs and pat-k it, nvviiy in my rei'rig-erator tintii J make a dish thut requires a crumb Incidentally, I've found that by opening jusl one end of the bread wnip|K-r—;uid carefully rcclosiny Hit 1 wiixed [laper. then placing tlie bread in tlip refrigerator—it stays Jiioist antl i'l'ush iiiuel'i lotijver. And, too. i wash my refri.ttenitor at K-aat once a week with vinegar. HV. just sin extra prccuution that ttups any nioulilinys. Yuu know, it's roully surprising liov.' much food din be snvcJ with just ii few such precautions ns these. And every crumb \ve sa"ve liuro — mcti.'is prolonged life for a neiv.libor in Europe. That certainly in:ikcs it worth tho effort, doesn't Spent Week As Guests Here Mr. and Mrs. Frank Syi-os of Brooklyn, N. Y., have rclurnfd to their home after a week here as guests of Mr. and Mi's. August Espers-tcdt on Ncasle street. Maine Island Mr. and Mrs. Hildiinp: N. Olson and sons, Robert and Douglas, of i New street, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- j ert Anderson of Walnut street, are spendim; H t«o week vacation on Dayton Island, Me. NEWS (CONN). WEDNESDAY, JUI^Y 31 ,J»4ft—PAGE 3 Newest Jeep Makes Debut Mrs. Carl Ruhm of Whitchousc. Ohio, may not get all Ihc *SKR* in one basket—but its a cinch she'll cct them all in this new Jeep Station Wagon. And other farm produce, too. A comfortable pns- seng;er car or light transport, this practical all-purpose vehicle normally seals seven. Removal of all .seals except the driver's provides ample carrier space for fai-m produce, large family shopping, for endless utility purposes around the home or small business shoo. Industrial Council Approves Keds-Tool Softball Game I .. L Al Returns From Father's Funeral Riter Hug-hcs, -i?-l Norili Main street, has returned from Ironton, Ohio, where he attended the funeral of his father. PRICK INCREACK injnon, July 31 — (UP)—An OPA spokesman says a price increase on breakfast cereals w:'ll be Announced shortly. The increase was pending: when price controls expired June 30ih. It is expected to cover all cereals except corn flal<es, puffed wheat and puffed rice, on which increases already have beer, granted. Registered At . Girl Scout Camp Gertrude Moecke), daughter of Mr. and Mits, Charles Moeckel of New Haven road, a member of Girl Scout troop, No. 32, under the leadership of Miss Amelia Gallucci, is riig-istered this week at Girl Scout Camp Wequapausett in Waterville. This year tho camp foa- | tures weekly radio broadcasts dir! ect from the camp on Wednesday | evenings at 7:30 o'clock. nst niR-ht at the YMCA, it was voted to Si-niJ tin: U. S. Rubber Kuda to Waterhury Friday night, to play the Wntor- 1 bury Tool for the district .snftbnll championship. The winning team will be ont.ei-ed in the sL:iU> toui'n«y in August. Ronald Jones, pi-esident, announced. Thoso who nttcnded last niuhl's mooting' were Pi-cMidi"!)! Honald Jones; Kenneth Ujjrifjht, Ea-itorn M.-illo.ihlc. 1 Iron; Charles Terry nnd Joseph Ura.ska, NauKatUc'k Chemical Division: Art Grnberinnn, Bristol company; S(»^de Liudon, II. S. MublH-i'; 1-Viist KlamlJt of the Y. M. C. A. Twenty-five ypnre yR-o c.incer \v:us Oif soventh cause of death. Tod«.y it is second. SPARKMAN- LKATIS Montgomery, Ala., July ;!3 — (UP) —A liberal Democrat," Hep. John Sparkman is holding a. strong lead in returns froi-i Alabama's special senatorial primary. But he still lacks a clear majority over nil oponcr.ts. Named Archbishop | TREAT 'EM TO A COMMODORE WEEK-END 1525 2-8 yn. Coke for refreshment BOTTLED UNDER AUTHOHTY..OF THE COCA-COU COMPANY IV... ••,..,_ Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Waterbury, Conn, rATTEKN 1535 A. dainty little dress for a tot. Easy sewing .for the beginner—cut all in one piece with drawstrings at neck and waistline. She'll adore it for parties and special dress-up events. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1525 is designed-for sixes 2, 3, < 5, C and 8 years. Size 3 requires 1 1-2 yards of 35 or 39-inch fabric; 2 3-4 yards of ribbon for neck and waist. For this pattern, send 20 cents, in coinw, your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara Bell, care of Naugatuck Dally News, P. O. Box 89, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. Send now for your copy of the SUMMER Issue of FASHION- twenty-fve contc will bring you this sparkling and different pattern book for every home sewer. Specially designed patterns,, free slip cover and drapery instructions, free printed pattern in the book. (Released by The Bell Syndicate ' " ' The Vf.ry R«v. -Joseph Itittcr uhove), Archbishop of Indianapolis, tntl., was named Archbishop of St. Louis by Tope Pins XII. Archbishop. ItitUir will fill tin; vuciuicy created by the tleulli at John Cardinal Glennon. (International) Don'c lee uncertainty about hotel accommodations deprive you of that trip ro Manharran this Summer. Right now you'll find rooms at The Commodore more plentiful during the taller part a/f/je week. So why nor trca: yourself and your family to a grand nnd glorious weekend . : : a thrilling Thursday through Sunday holiday in America's greatest "summer resort" city? Convenient connecting rooms are available for family groups. Just write or wire us /irsr, as far in advance as you can, Dolighifully eir-cooled resiQuranis. jl 'HOTEL COMMOPQRE "MCW YORK'S Bisr LOCATTO HOTEL" I Our Diamonds nrj Darrftad for color, teaio/it, quality, ., V your (iuarantco oJrLoum fide quality V your assurance of • atiilaction WILLIAM SCHPERO 180 CHURCH ST. Nuugiituclc, Conn. STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place Open J):illy Until 1 A. M. • DAILY 1.UNC11KONS • AND niNNKHS • A LA CAKTK MKND Room, Poo<l IJ:ir and Booth Service Pull Liquor License » M. Barry Keegan v WED1>ING » PHOTOfiUAl'HY » 108 Bank St. Watcrbury i Jones Morgan BJdjr. Tel. 4-5384 | HUDSON SALES — SERVICK General Automotive. Repair* B-M MOTORS INC. SO-8'i SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 6441 MARTIN IWgCMV ,' Prcli'i^cx*- * AnHT/tr GRAND CIMTRAI AM AlRMNIt TCRMINAlt I STRISIK'S i { 10 Cfinter St. Wal^rliury, Conn. < » GOURMKT CARVERS ' 5 New Idea hi Cuilory ! Little. HofBrau •tOO .NORTH MAIN ST. "Al" and Vi>ra Budris, rro * {Daily Luncheons, Dinners} ^ and A La Carte Menu ^ j Full Liquor 1-lcenso I * IIOUKO RAMBM3KS * J Here Friday, Salnrd:iy } * "IHISII" > Sp«ci:<l l S Thursday and Sundiiy ' S Open Daily Until 1 A. M, i WANTED ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-6, 1-4 and 1-2 H. P. T,el. Waterbury 4-1694 :ind licvcrsc ClinrR-f H1GHKST PIUCKS 1'AID The WATERBURY HEATING Co. r,o;i(l<-rs In Homo lloutln»r S4-.1fi SPUING ST. 4-G«H I Man Had Brick In His Stomach For 10 Years One man recently stated.that for 10 years .he felt like he had a brick in his stomach. This feeling was due to the lump of undigested food, he always had inside of him. He was .-weak, worn out, headachy, swollen with, gas and terribly constipated. Recently he -started taking ERB-HELP and says the feeling like «., brick in" his stomach disappeared the,second day. Bowels are regnlar now, gas and headaches are gone and he feels like a new man..;. .... . „ ERB-HELP contains 12 Great Herbs; they clearse bowels,' clear' jas from stomach, act on sluggish' liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So ionVg-o on-suffering! Get ERB- FIELP. Sold by all drug stores here n Naugatuck.—Adv. "He says NO — not til! they can get their silent Scrvel Gas Refrigerator!" "There's only one refrigerator for us ,. .and that's a S«fvel,' more and more folks are saying. For they've learned from Irienda and neighbors that the Gas Refrigerator stays noiBe- free,-wear-/ree.'The.'sccrct? A tiny gas flame replaces moving, wearing parts in its freezing; system. NcwScrvels are coming ;oil the line every day- But t[ "2 demand is so great that some folks may have to wait a bit. If you can't get yours right away, remember—Serve! is worth waiting for. It staya silent, 'lasts 1'onger. ; • - THECONNECTICu IGHT& POWER Oa A Business-Managed,'. Tax-Paying Company BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT CUT.JiATE J'RICKS! SANZERI'S SS,rSi 20 SAVINGS ST. THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlsnson Neary Bnlldlnp Naucutiicli. Conn. KEEP THE YOUNGSTERS BUSY Colored Crayons Books Games Coloring- Books Cut-Outs, Etc The CAltl> and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE Ncnry Building Church St ; 4 Qt. Presto J l > r<i.s.snro Co , S12.95 Delivery) WEISS* Ben Franklin Store 152 CHURCH STKEET CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY Tel. 23ID 34 SOUTH MAIN STREET (OnpiiHltr NntiBOtark Fiinilnir* Co.) Vnrlttry Krjuilr Sl^-vloc on All MuKrn •it Kuillii SrtH. I'romiit HfiiHUDiihlc 1 1'rlrrH. I^ilrrtt for Itutlin ItiHiuIr Work. Philco Car Radios . Inimo!li:i(<-. Delivery Automatic Phonograph* and • Kccord ' Steady, interesting- work making our famous Keds, Gaytees, and other quality footwear TIow 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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