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

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, May 19, 1977
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1 War Bride, Aided In France By Red Cross, Assists Local Chapter The NnuKiiluok Chnptxr of tlin Amorlcfin Krd C-'rriwi linn a now wovltnr, Mnt. AuKUuL Biu'iimuiskun, 11 war hrlcl« from Ntr.n, Vmm-a, who wnn MO Ki'iitcrul for the help fllvmi her by tho I";«d C.'ITIHM tliut iihn wl.ihml to liolp in Iholr worlc fc-i' others. iVfr. cntl Mr*. RjiniimiiNlciis wrr« married In October 19'K; In N|r;n, Ji'rance, tho brlclo'n hnrnp, iincl nhn nrrlvril In thin country on April 2, JfMfi, iilioiii'd tho "Kutuilon Vunci-," wlilrh cHi-rlcd ''00 v/ju hrldii.i nml their babi"H. Mr«i. i.'.iimmmsknii unlil that thn Fliul Crci»;i wan u con- )H»nt hr>l)> for Uin ten dnyji II took linr to Krl from her hornn and fro through tlin nmhfirkntlon pi'ocnnd- lns», and for thn fourteen diiyst on hcmrd th<- lion.t, providing dpoolnl illi-tii, onNM'lulnmnnl und tho Uocl CroM.-i In Franco to help thorn In loarnlrii; American way of cooking, table setting nnd house keeping, a h o "wild particularly utruck hy tho Inr^u amount of cot f"o UMcd In lliln country compnrcc to thn French dnml-taswc, 'rnc'Fini'timiuiikfi.t me* whllo nho WHII working for tho American Ex pruM.H Company In Paris whore tho Rotl Cromi ran ri largo club foi the American forces, Tho Amor- lean Ifxpi'flmi ran tours for tho boyi In oooporatlon with the Rod Cross nnd operated through thla club, Mrs. tt;.."anaunka!t was In Paris whnn tnc American troops took Pfirb from tho Germans, which w/ifi, aha said, wonderful, hut also tnrrlbl'i, Mr. and Mrs. Baranauskaa mako tiiolr homo nt 780 Rubber uvcnuc. and ho Is employed at tho Rl.sdon In tho b. N, A. nnd rjiftilllon loft «t , MMniir«rMirlnK Company. Ho hi, tho hfimt1 ' „ ' i »°n of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Buran- Mr.'i. nnrnniiti.'ikn:) also attrrulml j (iimktiii, Rubber avoniio Niuira- thn PrUli-M' School conducted by | tuck Women's Activities-Personal and Social Miss NY. State Individual rn"!uiftK»M from hUHhumln Han loft «t 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. NAUGATUCK 356 Church St. 21 S, Main St. SAVE at CARROLL'S! CURLS & WAVES in 2 lo 3 Hours at Horn» COMPLETE 0*4 ONE •BHHM 0 COMPLEX VITAMIN Tablet* Doodorant Ta'cs AMOLTN Olc-JOc BPIRO 2So-X3c SHO-MtST 40« Z, B. T. 2lo.-!0c Dapilaiories IMWA MAin ZIP CREAM 05c D7c $t.24-S3 plllfl t'lX Tiblnl rorm •,run/if Conlod'Tnhii «i 25c SIZE- 19c Sun Tan Creams—Lotions JAN ... . , 90c SUTRA".'. ... ,65"$ i .00 GABY_, , " . . 25c. 47c, 89c NORWICH "TAN OIL 31c, 53c plus tux LOST 52 Lbs.! An DI/K 1* AOA1N" VIB«. o. ft, wvi.i.1, rr. wonTH «• f HIU*«H )(•«• •>• Vmt m*/ to«^ ixuffl* '""' IMV* n norn dlrnilT wnir#fiit N« Nu ««ll™t llwlnrn nltfi ( OT ,«>.. IMI 14 in IS «f*r*tl(t l"s n. '<* w '*'^*'*, « 7h» AVl>V Vlnmln Onndx | KnlnrlnA Pl«n. __ >vith thin Aril< 11" ,w> 'I'"' 1 cl " w> miv m^nTii. iidrflii**. <""•'•£*!; fncntP Of ("liter, vnil utmiilfom intin *>wii. l<'« nliiit.1" «wl."•«•!"' J"h«n roi fflnv iMlflnu* (vllmilin («"• S~|) AVDI !•<•(«• nllfO ni"«' Al'«n] xW .la?"^^!w,w,ir,,a .^ ™* WON lev HACK on «h« *"» «<« lx "' LYONS' Tooth Powder"-69- S£v si.sii«79t v.'/fSA'V'' rv. 3 Plays To Be Selected For Haymakers' Season Twelve playa, from which three will bo chosen for performances by the drama group of thn .St, Michael's Episcopal 'dhurch Playinak- cru during the coming season, were selected last night at a meeting; of the plnyroadlng committee In tho choir room of the church. The plnyrcadlng committee, which Large Group At Brush Showing A brush demonstration was held Inst night nt the homo of.Mrs. Mary, 1 Pond'street, with ixlso will servo as a talent commit- Mrs - Paul E f bblc as demonstrator: A door prize was awarded Mi's. Mildred Nichols and following the showing refreshments were served. Among those attending were: Mrs. Dorothy Woodfiold, Mrs. Ol- lle Keith, Mrs. Madeline Kram- pctiv Mrs. Pauline Mariano, Mrs. Helen Lnlor, Mrs. Bernadlna Ncl- aon, Miss Viola Evans, Miss Eleanor Estcs, Mrs. Nichols, Helen Morris, Emily Parsons. Anna K. Ostrom, Mary Carey. Ann Wearing Mrs, Virginia Brewer, Mrs, Bcb bio and the hostess. ten, lit reading the following; plays: Tho Skull, A Murder Has Been Ar- ranicod, Mrs. Temple's Telegram, Fresh Fields, Susan and God, George Wa.xhlnston Slept Here, Enchanted April, Arsenic und Old Lace, Blythc Spirit, Death Take;) a Holiday, Ramshackle Inn nnd Kind Lady. The committee includes: Mrs. Maurice Davis, Mrs. Seymour Squires and Mrs. William R, Spear In all under tiho stiporvialon of 'ack Con way, director of the pro- luctlons of the Playmakers. The group will meet Wednesday 'venlng, Aug. 21 at which time the hroo plays to be presented will ho elected and announced. Following RHtlnp the llrst play will go Into re- ciirsiil during the first week of cptembcr. Tho Playmakcrs res\imcd actlv- tlns during tho past year after a ipsf of several years, and received ilph commendations for tholr prc- cntntlon of two plays, "Omlgosh" ,nd "Tho Blue G-host." It is expect- d the group will present more out- Cutchogue, tancllnfr productions this i'.cason in House Guests Of Millville Couple Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carty an< family of Lowell, Mass., arc gucstf of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woodflcld Jr., of Millville. cenrdance with ow underway. extensive plans j} William Jones Hospital Patient William Jones of North Muln ,-iU'cct, Is n patient at St, Mary's hospital, where he Is HhowinR Improvement following an omrrgcncy operation for appendicitis. Woman, 92, Will Become Citizen TiirliTvlllc Conn., Aug. 8—(UP) — —At the ape of 02, Mrs. Natalie GcM'Mtcl will become a citlxcn of this cotmti-y FrJJny. She will bo the oldest person ever tf) i-ftooivo naturalization papers in Connecticut. Mi'.-:. Gorstel Jived in Austria until German troops toolc ovci- tho country six years apcy Then she fled (o rCtic;lan[l with her son nnd soon Kft/Ji'U'iirds came to the United States, She took out her t'u'st papers four years apo. Home From Long- Island Vacation Miss Ellen Donnelly, 72 Walnut street, haa returned from n. vacation spent at Wcsthampton and Long Island, N. Y. Announce Birth Of Son ; Mr. _ nnd Mrs. Anthony Swide'r- ski, 112 Spring street, announce 'the birth of a son Tuesday at St, Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Hollywood Bound Try NEWS Want Ads—they bring results Shelton Concern Sued For $300,000 Nou' Haven, Au£. 8—(UT?>—Elfrht ;itocl<hn!clp]'s of the Kane Car- liui'ntoi 1 Corporation nnd tho Kane Products Incorporation of Sliclton vf! hi'outtht suit for SSOO.COO, iu'frinK that the compnnics wore misrepresented to them whon they were Induced to Invest In them. Tho suit has been (Hod In Superior Cnurt by eifrht of tho atook- holdori-, all of whom live In Now Yo'.'l? Tho com pltil nnn t.i allege that they ure noting In thn suit on hnhnir of other minority stoclchold- Kitchen Helper Newly-Wed? Honored At "Dinner Party A dinner party' in honor of Mr. and Mrs, Claudo Lyons of.Watci' bury was held recently at tho home of Mr. and Mrs, Joel Anderson on Field street. Tho couplo was married July 6, Sirs. Lyons bcinpr the former Anna- Belle Dollanger of Naugatuck. The newly-weds received many gifts. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rohs, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Rohs, Mrs, Victor Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bohlin, Mrs. Gottfrid Siequist, Mrs. Miles Berry, Mrs. Helen Dollanger and sons, Arthur and Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Olln of West Hartford, Mr, and Mrs, Hilding Olin o.nd sons, Peter, David and Donald of North Granby, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Joel Anderson, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Lyons. Local Coupk Engaged To Wed Mrs, Gustav Fredericks, 67 A<H- na street, announces the engagement of her daughter, Olga Louise, to Bernard William Fredericks, son of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Fredericks, 11 Phoenix avenue. A fall wedding Is planned. Miss Fredericks attended tho Nuugatuck High school, and Mr. Fredericks graduated from the South Williamsport High school in Pennsylvania. He is a veteran of five years with the U. S. Army. Residing In FPHA College Project Among the residents of Stearns Village, Mcdfocd, Mass,, newly opened Federal Public.Housing Ad- ninlstration project on the Tufts college campus for married veterans, ure Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Wulfcck, formerly of 381 Mcad- jws'trect.'Mr'. Wulfeck, son of Mrs. 'ord Wulfcck. \s a student in the 'uftu school of' Liberal Arts. PAGE 3—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAV, AtJO. 8, lf»4« State Labor Dept. Figures How Much Pay Girl Needs Hartford, Au?. 8—(UP)—The State Labor Department figures that a £irl has got "to earn at least $28,10 a week to get along these days. This figure has been arrived at nfter a lenffthy survey as to just how much a girl needs to Ret by. til-caking down the total, the department allows a little more 'than Sll a week for food, with the next highest figures for housing: and clothes. PICTURES • Any Home Can Use; NEW PICTURES You'll Find A Large Variety Here— LARGE OR SMALL MIRRORS, TOO GIFT ANNEX On The Balcony Outstanding securities cither wholly or partially exempt from the federal income tax, were estimated by the Treasury department to amount to about 570,233.000,000, aa of June 30, 19-10. The Cord and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S JART and STATIONERY; ! STORE ) N'eary BuUdln? Church St. HONEY BLONDE and dimpled Violet Millar, 18, White I'lains, N. V., has.been selected IIB "Miss New York State of 1046." She .will compete for the title of "Mls» America" lit the pageant of talent and beauty to be held In September nt Atlantic City, New Jersey. (International) NAMED COMMANDER Hartord, AUR. 7—(U P)— Lieutcn- nt Colonel William W. Barksdalc f West Haven has been appointed commander of the 963rd Field Ar- •tillcry battalion of the 43rd National Guard division, Colonel Barksdalc rode tile, first tank into Manila as the First Cavalry division entered the city in 1945. At present he iu saies supervisor for Travelers Insurance company in t2ie New Haven ai-ea. There were 113,213,287 whit" persons and 13,455,983 non-white persons in the U. S. in 3910. MOVIE STAR Miirleno Dietrich pauses to show her world-fiunouK Icps nt it New York" nlrpbrtT fol- lawin/f lipr arrival fronj France, The next ntop oh hor Itinerary Is Hollywood, Culifornin. (Inter nationiil) LEBON'S VKKETIAJf BLIND CO Odd Fellows Name Celebration Group At a recent meeting; of Centennial lodpre. No. 100, I; O. O.-F., a five man committee was appointed to represent the organization at the meeting of all fraternal groups being- hc!d Friday, Augr. 36. to pve- pare for 'the Sept. 2 celebration. Members of the committee arc: Rusuol) Weaving, Joshua Faii^ banks. Louis Packer, Seth Booth and Warren Abel. ' • ' ' ' 1 1 ( S I FINAL SHOE SALE SELF - SERVICE I LADIES i 1 GROUP ! S1-00 Values to $5,00 • CHILDRENS' 1 GROUP $1-00 Values to $3.00 i ij LADIES / : i i GROUP / ; I! .S2-00.. |l • • t Values to $5.95 . i; CHILDRENS 5 j: , 1 GROUP i 1 $2-00. i i Values to $4.95 i: SUMMER SHOES OF QUALITY " "" " LOOK AT OUR OPEN DISPLAYS —x 6 (J LwLtCi'rL --!i -, . SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY fEARY BUILDING NAUGATUOK, €ONN. M. Barry Keegan 1 FAMILY * PHOTOGRAl'IIKR ]i 308 Bunk St. \Vatcrlmry ! Jones MorRan BldR, Tel. 4-038'! | You'll S-a-y ... "Our laundry bundle is superb" Dial Waterbury 4-4106 A MERICAKI / i ; -\-int v- '• -'^ CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY Tol. 2210 21 SOUTH MAIN STREET (OtMinnlli 1 NnilEiilurk Filrnlliiri- Cn.) Fin'lnr.v Itrimlr StTvlcn nn AM Mjikpn of Knitln Mo(». I'rnrnltt: Mm'lflo nt fl«>l!xfnml>!l> I'rlrCM. l.ntrHt J0u»lt)tnvnl tar Itiiilln Iti'iuilr U'nrk. Philco Car Radios Tmmodiittc Pol ivory . Automatic Phonographs nnd Kccoril ChiinKcrs Chrome CABINET HARDWARE Large Metal WASTE BASKETS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPJLE STREET (Acroiii from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephone R236U PATTKRN No, R2381 Potcc-t your drosses with this •ctty wcil-flltlnp ajiron, trimmed vlth'rlclc rack or binding, as you find with n. colorful tulip for i pocket, Pattern envelope • contains hot- ron iran-ifor for one design and ull directions, plus tloauc pattern. Just Out! Our new CO-paRC mul- Icolorccl "Book of Needle Arts" lontnlnlnfr five free pattorns, and many other suggestions for dress- up your home and yourself, is ust off the press. Send your re- uest for 'this bcok to the address iatcd bolow, cncloBing 1 twenty cents 20c.) In. coins to cover the cost nd mailing: charges. Send 15 cents (coin) for Pattern "o. R238-I to Naufjaluck • Daily cws. Needle Arts Dcp-t., P. O. Box 9, Station G. New York 19, 'N. Y. loasc Include your postal zone umber, Steady, interesting work making 1 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. THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinsoh Ncnry Building Xmieatuck. Conn. r~VACAJTONIS | OVER! ! I Let Us Take .Care.of That ^PHOTOGRAPHIC j WORK NOW!! Closed Mondays During July and August | Thibodeau Studio I Neary BUg. Church St. ENGELMAN'S ciEAN-UP SALE! TODDLER TRUNKS and Swj'm Suits—1 to 4—reg. 1o $1.98 TODDLER SUNSUITS 1 to 3—reg. to $2.50 TODDLER KNIT SUITS . 1 to 4—reg. to $1.98 POKE BONNETS Sizes 12 to 15—reg. to $2.25 UNDERSHIRT & PANTIE SET 2 to GX GIRLS' DRESSES 10 to 36—reg. to $18 GIRLS'SKIRTS 7 to 16—reg. to $7 1 BARGAIN COUNTERS Balance of Stock of Girls' Summer Wear, Play Suits, Shorts, Blouses, Pedal Pushers, Hats, Swim Suits, Etc., Etc., Sharply Reduced for Final Cleanup. . 2. $ 66 $-| •* GIRLS' DRESSES 7 to 16 — reg. to $]0 ; , . • GIRLS' EISENHOWER SUITS 7 1o 14— reg. $9 . . . . IN THE BOYS' DEPT. BOYS' WASH SUITS . 3 to S— reg. to $3 BOYS' KNIT SUITS 3 to 8— reg. • $1.98 BOYS' SUN SUITS 3 to, 7— reg. $1.50 BOYS' POLO SH I RTS 3 to 12— reg, to $1.29. . r BOYS' SHIRT & SHORT SETS $| 66 3 to 10— reg. $2,98 I * BOYS' WASH SHORTS 7. to' 12— rcgr $J..OS BOYS' SLACK SETS , ,4 to 10— reg. $3.50 BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS Poplin or wool— 6 to IS— reg. to $3.95 $-| . I • Air Conditioned — Store Hours — 9:30-5:45

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