The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on June 10, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, June 10, 1977
Page 3
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*£) Motorists Are Asked To Stop littering Highways Jlnrtford. Aiijr. SI—(UP)—Tho HtnlP HlKhway Uopartmnnt uppnulfi In Connecticut motorlMtn to iitop UttPrlnR thn roiittsltlnH with piiponi, botllo.i. picnic refuse and other trn.Hli. JIlKhwny CommlHitloner Wllllum j, C"X Hiiy.i that thn prnctlco him nlmiwt r^nohod nplrlnmlc pro pop* tlnn.i nnd tlui<t highway criiutt worn kopt crtnllniutlly bii.iy trying to Jcnnp thn roaddldcii nout (ind clonn, Ii'iirthormoro, miysi Cox, not rmly la the pruotlcd mi obno.xlouH onu, but Illcff"! "•" wnll. Yellow plno tomtit) contribute ,11 pr.rcnnt und dnuKlni", fir 20 porcont of tho totfil annual lumber cut In th« L'nltocl SUioii. ; ************* t***********f*rr<r**r**tf* • . • i , . . • Women's Activities—Personal and Social Returned From Niagara Falls Mr. und Mm, Edmund Skoron- nUI huvo returned from a motor trip to Niagara Fully, N, Y, Mrs. Skoi-onski IH the tormer Nan Scalo of Wutei'bury. Hospital Patient Returns To Home Mi'.s. Paul PiiH.scck of Rubber avenue, who hna boon a patient nt the Wntorbiiry foi 1 the past (Ivc \votks, Is convalescing nt her homo, I-Ior sister, Mins Luuretta Dormocly of Wntcrbury In 3)>cnclng the wook ;it the Pustsock residence. 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. N/YUGATUCK 156 Church St. 21 S. Main St. BIGGER SAVINGS AT... CARROLL'S! w^m ^' l \$MAKT!l LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC FOR LARGE BOTTLE CBAD BREATH) ^ KOTEX NAPKINS >{ lontalnlnf M •, DEODOKANT '' *V& (•. Al No tttra Cttl »xjl\ 12 (or 25c—54 tor 51.02 The amazing professional Mothproofing Method now ovo//ob/." for Homo uso LARVEX 59fi with *h^ A// ,*/ ! ' 3r eclgeS ever honed Cl.«n« . . . tookhtf . .. •0(1.1111 Try Ib for btby'i oJI b«kh y for di«p«r l • nd ohh.r iltin I font, C«nn«r !iOn Sl/t • t«>n cloth ing PlIH '!'••' NURSE LOSES FAT SAFELY AYDS WAY | GHtllmm»rwltlmt *xer<lu Kill ntnrclirtt. pnlntnm. iirnvt. hwt cut ilown. AYfJS vrinmln &n-ly U«lurln«[ t'lnii H fcifo, Ililr, nulrr. Noc»«ClM. No t'>llP4 14 m Ift In > IfWwiH'K* n! (MUwllh A«U l'1«n twl It/ m«1M«l (iwinnt, RED CROSS BANDAGE To hoW iwml *«*••» 75c Size SIMPLE DSARRHEA '47+ Deodorant Talcs AMOLIN SPIHO . .. SNO-MIST Z. B. T. .....', ,.31c-S3c '..,;.. v29c-49c ,.V, .49c 21c-43c [iklu tux SAVE at CARROLL'S! Steady, interesting wol-k making our famous Kods, Gaytoos, and other quality footwear • Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at otir Employment Office. Rubber Avo. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Conn, Stag Party Honors Future Bridegroom/ "A statf party in honor of Raymond Kllmasowskj, -100 Prospect street, was held.'rccently'at the ,Blue Moon restaurant. Mr. .Kllrnascwslt will be married to Miss Jean Boyd of City Hill street, Sept, 7 in ,St, Hedwig'a churCjh 1 . The honored guest was presented a purac, More'than 50 friends attended the event, at which Joseph V. Rosko was toastmaster. Guests Included: Raymond Gog- Ins, William Sullivan, James Sullivan, Luke 'Comiskey, Cliff Sv/ir- skl, Raymond J. St. John, Howard Packer, Carl .Packer, Michael Klo- nls. Adam Swcers, ' Stanley Kloc, Walter J. LialcwskX Walter J. Kloc, Lou Kane, John Healy, Daniel Hoa- ly, William Boyd, Joseph Rosk'o, Burgess Crcslo Klimasewsk!, Alex Molcskl, Stephen Biernackl, Stancy Bandurskl, John J. Domgroskl, Chester Eobinskl, John C. Braislol. John J, Regan, Fred G. Clay, James J. Brazic!, Jr., Francis Galeski Mlchp.ol Kloc, Frank Bilety, John Galeski, Anthony Pallaco- vlt'ch, Alekander J. Kolnkowski, Joseph Colas, Robert Kcslosky, Frank A. Brjizl.ckl, John Kovach, Joseph Thomas,' Edmund Bllletti, John J. Kloc, Martin Lucas, Frank Kwasnlewgkl, Joh'ri'E. Ash, Patrick Kclley, William Rado, Frank iWar- inno, and Theodore Kiimnsewskl, Jean Ratkiewich Engaged To Wed Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Jean M'' Rat- kiowich, daughter of Mrs." Albert Ratkiewich., 696 'High street, to Adam Kunoe.s of Middlebbro,' Mass. Miss Ratkiewich, a graduate' of Katharine Gibbs school is employed at radio station WCOP in Boston, Moss. Mr. Kunces served with the U. S. Army Air Force for five years in Africa, India and the European theater of operations. He is now attending Boston university. Spent Week In Westerly, R. I. Miss Lorctta O.'Shea of Cherry street, has returned to her home after a week's stay in Westerly. R. I. Lingenhelds Are Parents Of Girl Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ungenhcld, 77 3?crn street, are the parents" bt a daughter born early this morn- ng at St. Mary's hospital. NEW INDUSTRY Dope River, Conn,, Aug-. 22—(UP) —A now 1 industrial plant Is being established In Connecticut. It is in experimental and research plant or personal type airplanes, being ict up by Aircraft Designer George r. Spratt. He' probably won't. ?m- >!oy more than a staff of four. yAp.fiA.xucK On The Air Today 0:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News 0:10 p. m. WERY—Baseball Scores VVATR—Interlude 0:10 p. m. WERY-WABC—Life in Russia WOK—On the Century WJJ2—Ethel and Albert WATR—Sports WEAF—Invitation WTIC— Glee Club . 0:20 p. m. WATR—Cocktoll Serenade 0:30 p, m. WBRY—E. Christy Erk, News WTIC—Strictly Sports WJZ—News; Sports VVOR-WATR—Nc\VB WEAB 1 —Serenade; Sports WABC—Skyline Roof 0:45 p. m. WBRY-WABC—News Till Now WTIC-WEAF—Lowell Thomas WOR—Stan Lomax WATR—Pleasure and Profit WJZ—G rcat' Scott 7:00 p. m. WBRY—Music by Cugat WABC—Mystery of the Week WTIC-WEAF—Supper Club WOR-WATR—Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:15 p. m. WBRY—Eastern Echoes WABC—Jack Smith Show WOR—^An.iwer Man WATR-WJZ—Adventures In Rhythm 7:30 p. m. WBRY—Public Hearing WTIC-WEAF—Johnny Morgan WABC—Mr. Keen VVATR-WJZ—Prof. Quiz WOR—News 7:45 p. m. WEAF—News WOR—Sports 8:00 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Suspense WTIC—Olmsted Playhouse WOR—Carrlngton Playhouse WATR-WJZ—Lum and Abner 8:10 p. m. WATR-WJZ—Tho O'Neills WOR—Kenny Baker 8; SO p, m. WBRY-WABC—FBI In Peace and War f \ Back To School PHOTOGRAPHS Juat a few more 'wooka before that younpstcr gets deep In study, too busy, Thibodeau Studio Neary Bldg. Church St. ! WTIC-WEAF—Coffee Time WATR-WJZ—Town Meeting WOR-r-Vic and Sade 8:BC p. m. WBRY-.WABC—Ne\ys 9:00 p. m. WBT^Y-WABC—Dick Haymcs WTIC-WEAF—Music Hall WOR—Gabriel Hcattcr 9.15 p. m. WOR—Real Stories " 9:30 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Crime Photographer •"' ' WTIC-WEAF—Haley and Arden WATR-WJZ-Take It From There WOR—By Popular Demand . 0:56. p. m. WATR-WJZ—Sports 10:00 p. m. ' WBRY-WABC—That's Life WTIC-WEAF—Monroe Orch. WATR-WJZ—Theater of the Air WOR—California Melodies , 10:30 p. m. WBRY—Phone Again Flnnogan WATR—Fantasy In Melody WTIC-WEAF—Fifth Horseman WOR—Symphonctte 11:00'p. m. ALL Stations—News 11:15 p. in, WBRY-WAB.C—Patti Clayton WATR-WJZ—Strong- Orcb. WTIC-WEAF—News WOR—News; Financial 11:30 pi m. WBRY—Studio Playhouse ' ' WTIC-WEAF—Concert of Nations, WABC—Sammy Kayo Orch. WATR-WJZ—Gems; Towne Orch. WOR—Weather; 'Williams Orch. 12:00 Midnight ALL Stations—News There were 13.C21 tourist' camps in the U. S. in 19-10, with 136,173 cabins (comprising 159',362 rental units. WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS BOOKS GIFTS The CARD and Ot»T :SHOP SWEENEY'S •..,'' ; i • ' •• 'r, '' • ART and STATIONERY Neary BulldtaK Church ;8t. Back to School We present, a fine . selection of. Clxildren's Shoes in Advertised Brands at prices to 'fit all purses. $3.98 $4.45, $4.95 $5.50 All Sires Alt Widths SHOES FOR THE E N T I .R E FA M I L\ AND EXCLUSIVE WITH M. FRBEDMAN CO. Flattery's the cue Suits designed by Swansdown ' vir " i liave their own way of making you attractively feminine—any time, any place . . . through soft, full lines. Taken from our collection of these famous coats and suits. All nationally advertised. • Good Hout«kt«pin; Style No. 900-Left . A suit with Beau Brummel .airs a.ncl a faculty for going places. .In pufe worsted' twil 1 • by LORRAINE. Sizes 10 to 18. AS SEEN IN HARPER'S Style No. 902—Right " .", -v- Checks used in a suit witlrlong lines, tlie result is figure flattery. In' '''"-", HOLLAS pure wool. • ;-\^i 1 Sixes 10 to 18.. . ' AS SEEN IN MADEMOISELLE ' SWANSDO^VN - • EXCLUSIVE -.- IN ' NAUGATUCK - AT TSE :| I 191-199 €huroh Street II n i

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