Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

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Est rail fas Learn Flower Arranging "Flowers 'the way you like them" was the topic of the talk given Monday, afternoon by Mrs. Howard Baldwin for 17 members of the Estralita KFWC. "Free expression, harmony of materials and container are more important than a set of rules to follow when making arrangements," Mrs. Baldwin explained. Members of the group arranged winter bouquets with Mrs. Baldwin's assistance. Mrs. Louis Wagner presided for the business session. Members voted to become a member of the Council of Kansas Citizens for the aging. Hostess for the meeting was Mrs. Harold Hartley, 709 N. 6th, who was assisted by Mrs. Robert Couch. Mrs. Ralph Burkett was a guest. Estralita Federation. Day speaker will be Mrs. E.W. :*:• Neill, Tribune, the Kansas Federation of Woman's Clubs conservation chairman Mrs. Orie Dunn, 2007 N. 7th, will be hostess for the 2 p.m. meeting, Oct. 22. Mrs. Townsend Presents Music Program at Club An evening of music was presented by Mrs. Bob Townsend for members of the C u 11 u r a Study Club Monday night at the home of Mrs. Gay Smithe, 1016 N. 5th. She emphasized the fact that music plays an important part in everyday living. She intrrduced participants in the musical program. Brooke Corely played a piano number. Piano solos were played by Sue Smith. A piano dud. was given by Brooke and Carol Corley. Two vocal numbers were sung by Barbara Ramsey accompanied by Rosemary Selover. Bandi Wells and Louise Bodam played a flute duet. Other guests were Mrs. Don Carver, Dodge City; Mrs. Ralph Beach and Mrs. Walter Smithe. The assisting hostess was' Mrs. Lucille Joy. The next meeting will be Oct. 22 at 8 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Henry Hall and Mrs. Guy Rhodes. — WCTU Rummage Sale, Saturday, Dickincon Building. —13 Summer Wedding Planned Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opi+z, Rancho Motel, announce the engagement of their daughter, Glenda Fern, to John M. Austim. son of Dr. and Mrs. John O. Austin, 712 N. 5th. Miss Opitz attended Fort Hays State and Colorado State Colleges. She is presently teaching in the Edson High School in Edson. Her fiance is in management training with the United Airlines in Chicago. A summer wedding is planned. Mrs. Martin Presides For Rebekahs Mrs. Marion Martin, vice grand of Progressive Rebekah Lodge No. 550, was the presiding officer for the lodge meeting Tuesday night as Grand Lodge was conducted in Colby and several officers attended. The charter was draped for Ida Mae Douglas. Assisting in the ceremony were Mrs. Charles Whitehead, Mrs. Robert Taylor, Mrs. Frank Gillenwater, Mrs. Carl Snodgrass and Mrs. D. E. Siegle. The official visit of the Sovereign Grand Master will be in Dodge City, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. in Odd Fellow Hall and th e Garden City group are Invited to attend. Refreshment commute for the Oct. 23 meeting in the Odd Fellow Hall will be Mrs. Loi s Riggs and Mrs. Mary RundelJ. FLAMINGO INN HIGHWAY 50 WEST Across From Flamingo Motel Sunday Special SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN MASHED POTATOES AND GRAVY STRING BEANS OR CREAM PEAS SALAD — HOT ROLLS AND BUTTER DESSERT AND DRINK EVERY EVENING— Charcoal Broiled LUSCIOUS STEAK The Way You Like 'em! OF COURSE A WHOLE MENU OF GOOD FOOD, TOO! Golden Valley Unit Elects Mrs. Baker Mrs. Claude Baker was elected president of the Golden Valley Home Demonstration Unit at the meeting Tuesday afternoon" in her home, 2001 N. 3rd. Mrs. Jesse Murdock is the new vice-president; Mrs. May Leeper, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Jesse John, reporter. The lesson on home furnishings was given by Mrs. Guy Vincent. Mrs. Lafe Moore wae a guest. Ideas were discussed for the Christmas show to be given in the Civic Center. Garden Ci?J Telegram S *"** Oel « bcr 13 ' " 62 orner POLLYANNA PUDDING '/» cup shortening 1 cup sugar 1 cup milk 1 cup dried ground bread crumb* '/2 cup flour 'A teaspoon* soda % 1 teaspoon baking powder Vi teaspoon allspice Va teaspoon cloves 2 tablespoons corn syrup Vi cup nutmeats Soak breadcrumbs in milk until soft. Crea.m sugar and shortening thoroughly then add syrup to crumb and milk mixture. Mix and sift dry ingredients and add to sugar mixture, add nuts last. Place in grease loaf pan an bake 45 minutes in a 350 degree oven. Serve warm with a lemon sauce or whipped cream. MRS. ALF KREUTZEiR LEOTI (Send your favorite recipe to the Cook'* Corner. Each recipe which is published will earn a $1 prize for the contributor. Recipe* will be judged on the basis of reader interest or originality. They may be taken from a cook book or magazine, but the source should be given and should not be a current issue.) Attention Ladies! MINNESOTA WOOLEN SHOWING at Girl Scout Cabin Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 15 & 16 10 to 3 7to9 Minnie York; Connie Cooley and Margaret Fulton representatives of Minnesota Woolen Mills. For Christmas Buying! 10 DAY OPEN HOUSE HORIZON HOME AT 1222 BELMONT — GARDEN CITY! WEEKDAYS 5 to 8p.m. Furniture by Goraond's SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1 To 6 P.M. Shrubbery by Wharton Garden Center

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