i p. d Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nusser. S. Star Rt., is I'hoir daughter, Edith, who Is a student at Kansas State University, Manhattan. She will be soloist for tlic Judith Koch and Kenneth Price wedding which will be .solemnized this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Gosncll, Gardendalo, have received word of the birth of Uu-'ir first grandson ill Scott City at 3:30 a.m. today, to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Harp, Shallow Water. He weighed eight pounds, four ounces and joins a sister, Virginia Kayc, w'no is almost two. The mother is the former Mary Helen Elliott of KnoxvJlle, la. Mrs. Frank Feldman, publicity chairman, and Edward E. Bill, financial secretary for the Kansas Authors Club are 'in Hut.ch.in- son this weekend participating in the 59th annual meeting of the club at the Baker Hotel. In the state authors contest, Mrs. Hazel B. Williams, 705 Garden City Ave., placed third with her juvenile story; Ed Bill was in second place with an article and Mrs. Harry Wilson, Hugoton, place third with an article and first honorable mention with an editorial. Dr. Goodwin Speaks at Garfield P-TA "What is Your E-ye-Q?" was the topic discussed by Dr. Lowell Goodwin with illustrated slides at the Garfield P-TA, Tuesday night. Mrs. Max Parrish gave the devotions from KatheTine Marshall's book "Peter" and closed with the Japanese version of the Twenty Third Psalm. Max Hett played a clarinet solo accompasied by Mrs. Buford Roper. The Halloween motif wag used in the decor of the serving table by the hostesses, Mrs. Delbert Allenbawgh, Mrs. S.J. Wasingbr, Mrs. Gerald Hess and. Mrs. John Dopier. NORLA STEPHENS (center) was crowned Homecoming queen Thursday at Ingalls, attended by Donna Meng (left) and Judy Ledbetter. Miks Doll was crown bearer and ,Candice Wendel was flower girl. Ingalls Crowns Homecoming Queen Miss Norla Stephens, 16-year- old junior, wag crowned Homecoming queen Thursday night for Ingalls High School. Ingalls celebrated the occasion by beating Bazine High, 33-18, in a non-conference, 8-man football game. '•}ke Ice-Cream Balls With time on your hands plus a freezer, you can make ice- cream balls out of various flavors then freezer-wrap and freezer-store them. Nice to have on hand when guests come. All you have to do before serving is to add a sauce; or use the ice- cream balls in a cake or pie dessert. by Estelle Reed Where is the Realtor? Looking over the list he gave me as to where I might be able to find him if he should be needed, Pueblo, Colorado, Walsenburg, Colorado, Ojo Caliente, New Mexico, I would say he was rambling over the hills. Sure, he will be back in plenty of time for Tom's Well Service Auction, Wednesday starting promptly at 1:30 p.m. Europe leads in land use but lags in certain phases of land planning. England has one ear for each 11 families,. — seems they have no parking troubles yet, but there is surprising lack of foresight in providing space for future parking requirements. The United States is far ahead of Europe in providing amenities and luxury vvitihin the home and the apartment. The rapid expansion of industrial and office buildings in Paris is threatening Paris's number one money maker, the tourist trade. Kent just this week listed several good listings— Fourth Street, Sixth Street and Eighth Street locations. Might be just what you are looking for. Call us for appointments to see these. 25% off on automobile insurance for more information. see ns The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. edge of the field throughout the Miles McGehee wa s crowned be-1 game, fore the start of the game by j Attendants were senior Donna Capt. Russell Lopez. She and her attendants were seated on a Homecoming float at the north Mcng., an c i junior Judy Ledbetter. Mike Doll and Candice Wendel assisted with the ceremony. Page 8 Garden City Telegram Saturday, October 13, 1962 Calendar of Social EVENTS DELTA KAPPA GAMMA — 6:30 p.m. Warren Hotel. Call Bertha Yoxall, 6.5764, for reservations. MONDAY ADULT ART CLASSES —1:30 p.m. afternoon clous — Civic Center. Outdoor water color If possible. 7:30 p.m. evening clas s — Windsor Hotel. ELKS LADIES BRIDGE — 2 p.m. Elks Hall. TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK CLUB — 7: '15 p.m. Mrs. W. E. Jones. 808 N. 6th. WOMEN'S DIVISION of the Chamber of Commerce — 12 noon luncheon. Warrrn Hotel. Call Hazel Gardiner. 6-4864. PROGRESSIVE READERS CLUB — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. James McWilliams, 1904 E. Chestnut. ACORN CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Lee Kcmper, 608 N. 6th. FELLOWSHIP GUILD of First Christian Church — 8 p.m. Mrs. Gay Smitho, 1016 N. 5th. METHODIST WSCS STUDY CLASS — 9:30 a.m. "Rim of East Asia." Fellowship Hall. Leader, Mrs. L. D. Williamson, Nursery provided. TUESDAY FORTNIGHTLY — 2 p.m. Mrs. George Purnell, 303 Spruce. Pleasa note change of hostess. NITE LITES HDU — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. LeRoy Vannaman, 912 Safford. Bring family picture. ELK COUPLES BRIDGE — 8 p.m. Elks Hall. Hosts: Mrs. and Mrs. Ed • Lewis nnd Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Michel. ROYAL NEIGHBORS SOCIAL CLUB — 12 noon luncheon, Mrs. Anna Adam. 408 Magnolia. Bring covered dish and table service. •GOLDEN RULE HDU — 2 p.m. Mrs. Cecil Snodgrnsa Please note change of tilace. EUPHRADES — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Oliver Brechetsen, 618 N. 10th. SOROPTIMISTS — 7 p.m. Warren Hotel. Safety committee host. ........ WEDNESDAY AMERICAN ASSN. University Women's Study Group — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Prank Feldman. S. Star Rt. SUNFLOWER HDU — 2 p.m. Mrs. Clayton Ladwig. 1502 W. Kansas. SALMAGUNDI — 2 p.m. Mrs. R. II. Calihan. 724 Center. PRE-SCTIOOL STORY HOUR — 10 - 10:45 a.m. Garden City Public Library, 702 • N. Main. Renders: Mra. Morris Jones, Mrs. John Wheeler. — WCTU Rummage Sale, Saturday, Dickinson Building. —13 A BEAUTICIAN CLASSES IN: Hair Styling. 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