The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on June 9, 1977 · Page 3
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Women's Activities-Personal and Social yiicellaneous Entertained At Shower Honors \ Stork Shower Ruth Kuraitis f{ntti Kvm-y O, Acknrman, Mlrt» Mtixulkti und Minn Miirtfaret were hoHtoMdoM ut n nil»- ,u» jihowor Klvcn lit tho reuldunco In honor of, Ml*« Kuraltlw of Kubber tivenui 1 , rmirrlatfii to Edv/ard O, txcliir of Deep Klver will IMI no ovcnt of yunduy utternoorfc Hupt. Sut - o'clock In HI, I'luil'.*! KvaiiKoll- c ul Lutheran church. Tho.io attending wt-ro: Mrd. George Hlaplen, Mrs. AM- tolnottti KunKlor. Mm. Nora Moti.'t- lnui, Mru. frotl OliiMor, Mr*. Wll- llarn Hormonal, Mrc. Fiml >!"[•• monut, Mm. AuKU.it N<ui),'us, Mm, Arum Hvrmonut, Mm. fialph Tnpp, Mr». Thorium J. VVuliili, Mm, Mar- c-ll.'i IWillOHls. Mrs. ,/oaoph ftobbl* «Ul. Sr.. Mm. Lawrence La Bonte, Mr«. Otto Holiwi'll/.nr, Mra. Richard SchwtilUor, Mra. Murtrari't KlmUil- Hdwtird fatten, Mm. tCll/.ulictli Mm. Adum KurultlH. Mm, Mii/»lku, MTH. John Svol- v, MI-.-I. Anna Mlknlona», MI-M. Adolph MlkolonuH. Mi'K, John Knurniilt, Hr., Mru. Uuy- meiiid FliDMil, Mr.<. Ouorjcn Kulwull, Mru. Kll/ttbirth liutkuy, Mra, John. BiitkuH, Si 1 ,. 1 MrM, Mathilda Urlttnal, Mm. Hurry Stuuffer, Mrs. Antoinette YnmiriUM, Mm. Joticphlne Sun- rlrtiii, Mm. .'utin Biuiku.s, Mi'H. John j Korlsi, H' 1 ,, Mrti, John M.-i'/,olka, Mrw, Joseph Mlkulnkln, Mr>i. Waltur 1'np- Imiiikaii. Mi"i. Anthony Ma 1 /. Mro. SlellM. Moltwkl. Mr«, D. O. Nlchol.'i, MI-M. Ki'nt'St 1C. Volantl, Mi'.'i. Arum M'u-tlnkal. Mra. John J. Rnurmilt, Mrs. Joli.n Hnydor, Mr>i. Michael (j'riiMhkli, MIM. WIHIatn Pnulblnnky, Mr.-i. L'.va Pulukftlllit. ,Mr«. WnlliT Kwiijnu.ikuM, Mm, Henry Tnwisoncl, Mrs, O, I-f. Ktn't- rnrn, Mrrf. Mury OntirKn. Curol Sohwtlf/cr. Itflcn Ynsunnw, (XM'iiIno- I''iint,'li'r, Iri'iiu Kui-altl.", Dorothy Kuniltlfi, Holun Hvelk'.ill- ku.'i, CdtlicUric SiiKruit, Mury Cui^n- ody, Amu 1 Ciirnicicly, Jiillit Sujfrue, Anne Whltcornh, I'ldlth r>i';;ltlH, HJilclny Wnlnh. Florence F'ul'.ikowHkl, r^yilki. DrlK« nul, Martha Dumjicbvit, Stjphle Wiillnnl.M, Molly I.,:i Vurfrnu, Anno 1 fititltn.'i, Mlldrwd Mwifrlm.'. Adollncl Hcrmonat, Miirtha Murtlnkut, Nel He Klni; 1 , Jullii C'aiey. Mary D. Sul llvnn, Mary J. SUilllviin. Anne C-'iisey A mork Hhowor WHH hold at th homi' of MfM. P.oaullu Trnvvr. 1-1 Hill struct, recently In honor o Mr«, Huyniond C. Jennlnj,'H of HI! Mtruot. A buffet luncheon wan served b Mrx. Blanche Coorf;c, uctlnt host IIIIM. Amone those attending wore Mm. CoiTlnu Travur, Mm, Murion Jiinnln«H, Mm. Samuel Clark, Mia, Katherlno Trlano, all of Nuuj-a luck: Mm, Gladys Miilnstinkus, Mrn Coorirc Riu-t, Sr,, Mra. Lillian Rivet Mm. Thorrm.-i KhllMtono. Mra. Goi ultllno Travur, Miss Suruh Eurt Miss lOvulyn Cra.iM. all of Snymoui Mrs, C«or($ii Hurt, Jr., of An»onl:i; Mr. 1 ). DnilM JcnnlnirH of Deep River the t,'uent of honor and hostoiaua. Return From New Hampshire Kdwurd Griffith, South Main iitruot; Frank Smith, Brndluy «tre and John Ciarlund, Lewln .street, havu rnturriucl from Lnlto Suna- poo, N. H., whoru tliey apcnt u two w«»k viiCiitlon, Health Talks II.V IIKKMAN llt'NDKSKN, M, 1), NV-rvi-—A Symptom, Not A. IViHoasi- MOST propln tipeak (if ticliitlcn UK If It wiini a di'flnltn dlsonsc. In niftllly, U l« only a MyrnpUun, arid urn whloti may hn uuunfld dy n Hi'i'nt vurUity (if dliiordnrti, Wi' run rniidllv luult-rntand why If wn »>top to I'vall/n that "sciatica" •Imply (riiianii pain nlorur the Kri'Ut ncliilit.' ri'i'vii whlcti I'lins from thn bttiii' of the Ht>lnn down the hack of [he li>/ Mini 'tliltrlii It l.-i pa.iy tci sine Ifiat liny r>m> "f a nuiiibi't 1 of dlfiui'bancos In tlin i-nKl'MiM thi'uiitrh which Ihls oxtrn- H|VH ni'i'Vu trunk rmMsnx, (iil)flit [iroilLM'i* pain, frniiHUrn would tlfi II, Tor onu thlnx. An iibnormul pn- Nltliin (if iilnidHt nriy of tho bones or JOlntM /tlontr It.i routo mlfc-lit i't>- mil In plnrhln>: of tho ruirvc, or n tumor of ihi' np|m< rnlwht crowd It, I'ulii Anyhow In »'llhcr i.'ii.'i", thnr*> would bn puln. Thus a dltHurbanco of thn IJOIIII.M ut thi> hip or lowi'r purl of thn nplnc: arthi'ltls of the Jolntu 111 tills ari'li, or even disorder!) of hi> liiwi'r piirt nf ttir iilnlomon, mny causo nolatlc*. VVIinn tlin niirvii Ituclf IM dls- orOi'nid by Inflammation, wo have lh(i condition known as sciatic rinurltl.'i, u fnlrly coirirnon and very pnlnful nlltniint. In nrdur to lull thin condition from i.tliiT CIIMNII of MClatlca, Uic ilocttir putu prr'siiuri' on thn skin ovi>r thii nclatlo tuu'vo, If ttindur- ili'fi'i uc'curji, U meiinM ,th(it actual Infliuniniitlon of tho nnrvo Local Couple Parents Of Son Mr. and MrM, Walter Warano- wlcv. of Goodyear avenue, announce thu birth of a son, William Walter, Aux'. 17 at the Wulurbury honpllul. Mm, Waranosvlcx IM the former Alice Wuhliilrom. StateW Official Warns Of Meat Shortage 'New Hiiven, Aupr. 21—(UP)—StaV O-H-A UlrvclOr Stanley Crute warns '.hat there will be a nevere short- iiKii of meat this winter in Connecticut. Crute saUl meat will be short Ijocuuun of thu excewwvlo rnte ut which unlmulH have boon silaupht- nretl durlntr the pn.it month when price controls were lifted. Now that price controls have tjnon restored on meat, the state O-f'-A staff will resume Its policing efforts. Crute hopes to he able to hire additional Inspectors to uupprosM the black market. Old-Fashioned! Festival To Be Held By Church Ar. "Olrt-Fnshioncd Festival" urv Ucr the sporsorshlp of thn John Wcaloy class of the Mathortlst church will be hold on the church Inwns Thursday evening, Aug. 2£i frr.m 7 to 10 o'clock. Theodore Zorbi, president, has ap- polntnd Mrs. Francis Zettlemoycr us chairman of tho festival committee, who will be asslBted by Mr. and Mrs, Donald TJmlauf, Mr. and Mse, Roy Roml'gr, Mrs. Edward Clark, Mrs. Ned Thomure, Mrs, Zcr- bti und Mrs, Ralph Floyd. Rcfroshmunts to be available will Include hornc-madc Ice cream, frunkturtorb, candy, soda and cake. Amusements will Include a fish pond und bavebull throw. A "cake walk" also Is planned. The public Is Invltod to attend the unusual program. Visited In Bristol Mian Barbara Novochinsld and. Mla.s Joan Todesco have returned rom u vacation In Bristol, wham they visltod Barbara Green, Vacationing- In Nova Scotia Mr. and Mrs. William Ncary at ""nirvlpw avenue, accompanied by ulrs, 1 Ncury's brother-in-law . und Istor, Mr. and Mrs, Nell F. Bud- dnshuw of Washington, D, C,, are ncatlonlnc In Novn Scotia, Residents Of . ?he Borough Mr, und Mrs. Richard Nlssen anc Imiphtcr, Diane, who have been ukfnif their homo with. Mrs. NIs- en's parents In Watcrbury, have alien up reslde-nce on Queen street Dogs Used By Federal Agents In Waterbury Raid Wiitcrbiiry, AUK, ?1 — (U P)—A Watcrbury pollcnman reports thai ilOKJi especially trulned to sniff out opium cliches «'cro used hy federal 1 ntrcntji dui'lnK a raid. ! Tht' HKont.i—who arrested 13 Chl- uiiso on narcotics chai'Ko.s—denied that they train do.es for such a purpose. Tho local ofllcor, hownvor, • nmlnlaliicil Unit the doffr whim- ' pcrod, tlashncl down In the cellar, and Minrteil dlKjrlnK with their PHWH. At the; s|iot was uncovorcd an nplum pipe—thn olllclal dcclarod. Vocal Soloist At Final Band Concert Miss Carmen Berg-untino will be KUest soloist tomorrow night when Daniel Oemcke, conductor of the Naupratuck Community Band, prc scnts tho final concert of the year. MluuBurpantlno, a Watcrbury slnp- cr, appeared on one of the band concerts given earlier this year. Community sinking- will be direct, ed by Conrad Rohs. DAMAGED BY DROUGHT Boston, Aug. 21 — (UP)—The draught which started In June and extended through most of July has seriously d-amagcd the New England blueberry crop. The No-vv England Crop Reporting Service says that In some areas frosts noar mid- Juno followed by hot dry weather late in the month injured the crop. ConiitH Ci Sciatic ni'urlllN may t-omr on uudilonly or xr'Klitnlly. It Is Impor- tunt that thlu condition of sciatic iidirltlji bn told from othor UHSI-N of Hclntlcu bucauHii HCldtlc neurltl.i may bf trcivtcd mvtllcally, whllo In othni 1 typiM of iiclutk'a Home type of niiiKk-al treatment rnay bo ro- yclullc runirltlx ofton will clear up with the application of heat **+****^***^f**^*f*<*r*Wf<rfr+f+* GET?: M MORE JUICE! IUCTRIC FRUIT JUKI!) Tho Kllchin Juicer That $« 450 DOES All THE WORK l*r- J»H /lick - .wlii'li - mnl -Imii'i fill ^iili juiv«| For oMngei, Iliuo, ICMVOIK. (r'p-fruli! Cfl» juirc Jiiil vllniiiln.rlcli Hp p«rti-l-«— Ilko drinking an urunf:! Mil'O// lyj/ twtftif» qttan, MOPHY'S U3JNo. Mum St. Tel. Mftt Union City ' und rowt In h^d.l An effort should he miitlii to discover Infections which niny bo prooont In the teoth, ton«llM, tind HlnunoH whlflh, of unliiHi', should l>e ollmlnutccl. It Is triii' that doflclnncy or n luclc of vitamin B-coniplux mny be a CUUHG of ncrVL- Influmnmtlon. [•[cncc, It la IL Rood Idcu In .such cii.'ioM to Klvo lui'Ko dosDji of tho«e vltnmln propitrntlon.'i, <Copyrljfht, UMU, Klnj; Fuaturoa Syncllcntu, Inc.) WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS BOOKS GIFTS Tho CAKD tind GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE Ncury BulWlns: Church St.; LAST WEEK OF Dress Clearance All Sales Final! Reg-, to $9.98 Reg. $10.98 to $12.98 Reg. $14.98 . to $16.98 Reg. $19,98 to $22.98 Q0 First Come; First Selection XA«GATUCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, AXJG: 21, I94«~TAOK S ] Forecasts WE PRESENT MODELS Right'from the Books of Fashion Mademoiselle Harper's -Bazaar Charm Glamour- Seventeen Deb Vogue and Town & Country These and many other Famous Designers can be seen exclusively at The Princess .Shop in Naugatuck. C. Autumn first 'in .crisp Rayon Gabardine. Beige or aqua with black or brown. 9 to ID. 10.98 D. Penny Mason plants the crown jewels on Pot- tor'H. bunny soft Casmlr' (85% -wool, 1C% rabbit' hair), 9 to 35, 19.98 A, Hellci- Jersey (50% wool and,50% i-ayon) with bell sleeves in Kelly" rod or beige touched with black. 9 to-15. 19.98 B. Marie Phillips "Bow". Catcher. The dross'to flul- icr you in rayon crope in u iinlnxy of boatutiful colors. 9 to 15..' 8.30 S*feg { Together or not.. "T Izod'g suit in stripes, coat in a monotone are exciting. Designed by a master in British pure wools. From our collection of,, Izod coals, suits, dresses and blou«e». Sizes 10 to 20. SUIT 49,98 COAT 55,00 w< Onr policy tlic same, as "B 1 . W.. Pleasing and gracious service. 'As -always The Princess Shop will be, first with fashions.. .'. . We invite your inspection of,onv fall collection. ' • • *jtefore War ' '. ;^ Your Ch'arg-e Accoiint Is Cordially' Invited

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