The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 9, 1977 · Page 3
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Women's Activities—Personal and Social Two Outings' Planned Eyi * Methodists Two outings aro being planned by groups of the Methodist church, one to take place Saturday. Aug. 10, and the second, Sunday, Aug. The John Wesley class outing will bo In the form of a pot-luck jupjjor at the homo of Mr. and Mm. Francis Zcttlcmoyer, 284 Hillside avenue, to begin about 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Aug. 10. A program la being arranged by Theo- lro !<!erbc and his committee. A summer outing- will be held at Lake Quassapaug, Sunday afternoon and evening, Aug. 11, from 2 o 8 o'clock by the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Margaret Emery Joyce Ann Kan- lill nnd Roger Floyd are in charge f the arrangements. Surprise Party On Birthday A surprise birthday party re* cently was given in honor of Mildred Townscnd by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Townsend, 16 Brook street. The group enjoyed the usual party activities and refreshments wore served. The affair was reported as successful. Among 'those attending- were: Al Terne, George Ruzinkozic, Raymond Gagan, James Christian, George Emmons, Stanley Rykowski, Jeanne Boyd, Catherine Boyd, Betty Bag-ain, Joan Tedesco, Virginia Parker. As seen in CALLING ALL GIRLS "Bo Lovely" fio soys, one/ Bo-lovoly she'll looit, in hor dreamy now doto dross with his words strung on tolcphonn wiroi and forgot-rno nots strewn botwoonl !n soft aqua, rnolon, groy, or gold shodos of wool.flnd-royon. Sizes 7 to 15. A Parker Wilder ric of Wool and Rayon. Announce Birth Of Daughter M. ami Mrs. Peter BoloRo of Pleasant avenue, announce the | birth of a daughter last night at the Watcrbury hospital- Mrs. Bol- o;,-c is the former Viola Johnson. Rev. Long-staff To Broadcast The Rev. T. Bradley Lonfrntnff, pastor of the Methodist church, will bo in charfrc of the morning: devotions over radio station WBRY Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings next week at 8:lCi' o'clock. TJin program Is known as, "The Faith of the Living Church," It's pleasant . dancing- these summer evenings in the Hotel Elton Copper Room Plan Auxiliary" To Marine Post Mrs. John Grant, temporary chairman of the Marine Corps League auxiliary, invites all eligible women to a meeting tonight In the Dorothy Jepson 'Completes Hair Stylist Course' Mlsa Dorothy Jepson, daughtc of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jepson, 7- Gorman street, recently graduated from a Watcrbury hairdressinp school and is now licensed to prac ticc hair styling in Connecticut. A graduate of Naugatuck high school, she is well-known in. the borough, and completed various courses in beauty treatment with high recommendations. At present shn will be affiliated with Klaudia's Beauty Shop, 6 Oak Street. American Legion 21 Cedar street. Memorial Home, Plans are being made for the organization of the auxiliary in connection with the Naugatuck Valley Detachment. Several wives, sisters and mothers oC Marine veterans already have Joined. Four Girls Back From Vacation Betty Bagain, Jeanne Boyd, Mildred Townsend and Catherine Boyd recently returned from a week's vacation in Milford. College Professor To Speak Here Professor E-onald Frisk, instructor of systematic theology at North Park college, will be guest speaker Tuesday evening, Aug. G, at the Hill side Congrgational church at 8 o'clock. Professor Frisk is a noteworthy preacher, and members of the church and friends are cordially invited to attend the service. Jumper—Blouse What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events foi today, tomorrow and every day . TONIGHT Hill Community Club. Marine LcaRuo Auxiliary, American Legion Homo. August 3 Marine Corps League Dance, Linden Park. August 4 Montanari-Rado Post Ficlci Day at Linden ITark. August 5 Gold Star Post Mcctinfr. Aup. G Bo.ai-d of Warden and Burgesses NAUGATDCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, AUG. Z, 19W—PAGE * McGuire To Set Convention Dates Hartford. AUR. 2—(I) P)—The Democratic state nominating- convention probably will be held in H.iHforti September 16 and IT. Suxte Chairman John A. McGuirc staled last niprht that the dates will be announced within a few days. Party loaders appear to want the convention after the Republicans hold theirs September 9 and 10. Ba;id Concert on the Green. AIIR-- 8 Planning Commission, Aiipu.st 1 1 VPW Family Clambake and Out- gr, ScbJIdffcn's. 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. KEEP THE YOUNGSTERS BUSY Colored Crayons Books Games Coloring Books Cut-Outs, Etc | M. Harry ? WKiJTHNfi | I'lioTfHiKAc Jlim H....U Si. w,,l,.r>,urv$l J » Jdlii'M Miirutin I'.ldi:, Trl, .1-r.HX.I HUDSON SAM-;S — si-'.uvir M'l'M AiHittrmMvt* Kr Jtt,£> IXM. -1C SOUTH M.AIN ST. 'IVIi'pluim- I'.Ml Gamaari,yixmmsiaai.tUMi*<imtt*i ! . No Minimum I I No Cover Charge Delfino and his orchestra playing- your type of music. Prices Are Reasonable It's Smart It's Tops in Town i Guests In Ivoryton .John XT'jnjit nnd Lucius Warner have been guests of Mr. and Mrs, George Landcraft in Ivoryton. Returns From Summer School Miss Josephine Lamanno has returned from a summer session at the Music Center of Trenton State Teachers college. She will resume classes in Nnugatuck and New York, and continue her studies un- rtor the guidance of Grace Castagnetta. 1546 6-14 yn. s Club Seventeen Meeting Delayed President George Hansleit of the Club Seventeen announced today that a meeting scheduled for tomorrow would be postponed for one week. Further details will be announced later. The club held a successful outing last week. MIBKOR CAUSES 'DEATH Now Britain Alicr. 2 — (IT p) — A fallin.cr mirror has taken the life of an aged Hartford woman. Mrs. Giisslo NcLupsky — who was 75 year.--, - -- ..... ..-._. old— wc.s struck by the mirror as I J " oun ^ K' II:S - Paired with a fray .she was about to enter ;i cobbler's ci '" lw - Kt -'' in P blouse in white or con- •iitoro. trastins colors, this combination is _^ _ sure to be a classroom favorite. STARTS FIUK D.inbury, Aug. 2 —(U.P)—Mr.s Vdolph Melosz' Jlvc-ycar-old jjra.ncl- on-—who was visiting her from tamford—doesn't like, to be spank- el. After receiving a licking, hi» started a fire under a side porch. * The CAIID and GIFT SHOP j | SWEENEY'S $ART and STATIONERY I STORE * Ncary Building Church St. SAND-BANtJM STANDARD The entirely different boiler *cato climlnant. Sand-Bnnum Standard: Snves 10-50% In fuel. MjikCH costly mechanical boiler cleaning unnecocnnnry. Preserve* life of boiler and tube*. Prevents shutdown*. Insures higher boiler capacity. Prevent* tube fuflureft. Safeguards against corrosion without Internal painting. Cut* down boiler room Inhor. Requires no complicated feeding equipment. 532 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel. 2683 PATTERN 15-1G Jumpers nre ideal school faro for 3,000 a oay. , . Parisians get along on about 1,900 day and in some places Greeks fiurvive on 700. . the Hi GAIN our fnmous August, Fur Event • offers splendid investment, vnluos on fine furs. Choicest pelts, expert workmanship, .superb styling . . . definitely fur coats that ore mfiny-sciison investments in beauty, wen i', Use Our Lay-a-way Plan! A siiinll deposit will hold your cont. Pny the bnliuu'o in weakly or monthly inMnlltncnl*. Cont.1 fully insured until wnnlcil. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 15-16 is designed for sixes 0, 8, 10. 12 and 14 years. Sixo 3, jumper, requires 2 1-8 yards of 35 or 03-inch .fabric; blouse, 1 1-S yards. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in coins, your name, address, pat- torn number nnd sixe xvan-Led to Barbara Bell, care of Naupatuck Daily News, P. O. Box 0(1, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. Send now for your copy of the SUMMER Issue of FASHION — twcnty-fvc cents will brim* you this sparkling and different pattern book for every homo sewer. Specially designed patterns, free slip cover and drapery instructions, frcn printed pattern in the book. (Rcletuied by The Bell Syndicate Tnc.) 'he u*ed fo pay $15 for a permanent--. \: ^Gwt . REPAIRING • REMODELING Expert Workmanship MMBEBBM Marian Evans of Milwaukee she gives herself v/ave tit home For a lovely, n f\t«rnl- looking, loiiK-litaiinp ponnanon'-, givo yo-uruclf n. Toni: Quick, gentle, onfl.v to do in 2 to :i hours at n JiomaMi]- jg-HO 0? H S?"' lions hnvo *i?»** been Bold. Avu i ;•• / ^ .MffltfW" CKIMK COLD WAV! WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 152 CHUKCH'ST. . . Naugatuck,'.Conn, 1« \ BULOVA! Cvery watch . . . every ring . . , every piece of jewelry purchased by us ij carefully scrutinized for quality, for craftsmanship, for value! That it tvby we so highly recommend Bulova Watches! By every test — you can be sure that the Bulova Watch you buy is a Masterpiece of Fine Watchmaking—«od will tell time on time throughout the ycari! A. JANET 17 jewels, $29.75 B. OFFICER 15 jewels, $24.75 C. GODDESS OF TIME "U" 17 jewel*. $37.50 D. CADET IS jewels, $37.50 E. GODDESSOFTIME"K."17 jewels, $42.50 F. PRESIDENT 21 jeweli. $65.00 G. AMERICAN GIRL 17 jewels. $49.50 H. LADY MAXIM t7 jewels, $<59.5O UKt-Gold Prictt liKlucf* Fctf.trat To. CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE /v <2 ^^V^-vS.^* *$* *? ^ -£ 5T^* ^ CHURCH-ST.NAUGATUCK

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