Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 17, 1962 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 17, 1962
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Visitors this week in the home of Mrs. Emma Pate. 1202 N. 10th, were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bressler, of Hutchinson. They left here this morning for Dighton where they will visit her brother and family, Dr, and Mrs. George von Leonard. Mrs. Bressler is a niece of Mrs. Pate. Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crase last week were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carson of Liberty Hall, Tex. They arrived Friday and stayed until Sunday when they accompanied the Crases to Stafford for a family reunion there. Others attending tlie 37th annual reunion of the Russell and Moore families were Mrs. Robert Ball, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Russell and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Russell and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Crase and children and Mr. and Mrs. David Crase and family. A visitor in the home of Mrs. W. J. Stroup, 1010 Hackberry, has been h'er sister, Mrs. Maude Clark, Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 0. Gercken, 207 E. Kansas, are in Valparaiso, Ind., where they are attending a special Memorial Service for their late son, Sam, who was a junior at Valparaiso University last year. Mrs. William McElroy, Denver, formerly of Garden City, is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. W. Willson, Deerfield and friends in Garden City. Sf or KFWC Hears Federation Talk Mrs. Reulben Sherwood gave a book review to ten members of the Star KFWC Wednesday afternoon. "Unity in Diversity" by Mildred White Wells, emphasized the benefits of federated clubs. Mrs. Sherwood stated that federation brings intangible benefits which can be shared by donors and recipients alike. "The first federated clulb was organized in 1889 at Lawrence and now Kansas has 601 clubs with combined memberships of 14,387 women," Mrs. Sherwood explained. Mrs. William H. Crotinger, Rt. 1, was hostess assisted by her daughter, Mavis. Human endurance beyond any you've ever seen ... A TRUE STORY OF HEROISM . . . Merrill's Marauders jlming JEFF CHANDLER TYHARDIN PETER BROWN- WILL HUTCHINS ANDREW DUGGAN-ftlAUDEAKINS Co-Hit ... A thrilling epic of the Filipino head hunters The gateway to hell! TtCHMlCOtOR* From WARNBR BROS. Plus Color Cartoon NOW SHOWING! Boxoffice Opens 7:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. A NEW COMEDY THAT ROARS WITH GIGGLES STARTS SUNDAY! Mefhodist WSCS Studies United Nations on 'Tour 1 Who Knows Which Twin? Hallowe«n Puzzlers are these twins attending the Halloween party sponsored by the Twins Mothers Club at Fatima Hall last night for their children. From left to right, back row, Vail and Gail Rusk, 4-year-old daughters of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Rusk, 610 NA/h«atridge; Johnnie and Jackie Snodgrass, 6-year-old sons of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Snodgrass, 218 Spencer; and on the front row are Kila and Kelly Linenberger, 3-year- old daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Linenberger, Holcomb. A make-believe tour of the United Nations was the feature of the program for the general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian,. Service of First Methodist Church, Thursday. • Sixty large United Nations flags belonging to the American Legion made an impressive display across ttte front of Fellowship Hall, and travel posters were on the walls. Women were registered by Mrs H.P. Woertendyke and tour numbers pinnc-d on them by Mrs. Clias. Voth. Mrs. Ovid Herman briefed the group on the United Nations tours and introduced the guides in national costumes. Mrs. Dave Craft represented Taiwan; Mrs. Dick Leopold, Sweden; Mrs. Nick Spanier, Jr., the Philippines; and Mrs. Grace Bribiesca, Mexico. Groups of ten women were taken to rooms where displays showed the work of ten specialized agendas of the United Nations. Mrs. Horace Wiley represented a physician working with the World Health Organization and told of the accomplishments throughout the world in the field of health. The International Atomic Energy Agency was represented by Mrs. Clyde Hfeibert, who showed an interesting display of the split ting of the atom. The World Meteorological Organization was re presented by Mrs. Andy Erhart who displayed many actual iit Guests Highlight Meeting Of Royal Neighbor Lodge Royal Neighbors met at IOOF Hall Friday night with 29 present and five guests, Neva Davis, Greensburg, district deputy, Verna Noel, Neodesha state super- Pauline Kidwell, district visor; Methodist Women Take Projects to Circle Meeting Methodist women attending circle meetings of the Woman's Society of Christian Service Thursday are asked to take articles to fill the sewing bags for women of the Near East. These sewing bags are the projects for World Community Day, Nov. 2. Articles needed to fill the bags include spools of thread, any size or color; packages of needles, tape measures, thimbles, scissors, buttons, snaps, any trimmings, rick-rack, braid,, tape or lace. Extra articles of em broidery floss, crochet thread and hooks may also be added. Patterns for children's garments may be obtained at the Methodist Church office, and directions for sarongs for the women. These garments are simple to make and require little time or material. Finished garments may be taken to circle meeting. Piece goods and T-shirts for the boys may also be given. deputy; Ethel Allen and Kelly Snider, all from Scott City. Oracle Mrs. Raymond Brown presided for the business meet-! School Auditorium. Holcomb P-TA Demonstration Given Tonight Holcomb Parent-Teacher Assn. •will have its October meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in the High ing. "Highlights of thr. national convention in Denver this summer was told by Mrs. Davis. Points on Royal Neighbor insurance were discussed by Mrs. Noel. A memorial service was given by Mrs. Robert Taylor for Ida Mae Douglas. She was assisted by Mmes. Edna Millard; Frank Gillenwater, Raymond Brown, Charles Chalmers, Fred Brown, Carl Nail, Carl Gustafson, William Boles, Maude Killion, Anna Adam, Rosco Romine, and Hubert Crowley. Birthday honorees were Mmes. West, Crowley, Gillenwater, Millard and Addie Thompson. Mrs. Boles won the hostess prize. Mrs. Gustafson, Boles and Nail were hostesses for the covered dish supper. Leftovers Make Filling Leftover cooked rice stretches a chicken and vegetable mixture for salad or sandwich filling. Chop the chicken fine. The vegetables may be a combination of cooked ones. Mayonnaise is usually the best dressing for "this mixture. interesting feature of tiie ator whjch McLaughlin is using in his work with high school students. * Children have supervision in the gym during the meeting. Mrs. Larry Barlow is secretary and Ralph Powers .the president of the Holcomb PTA. Garden City Gals Elect Officers Mrs. Duane West, 302 E. Fair, was elected president of the Garden City Gals Home Demonstration Unit Wednesday night. Mrs. Don Heinrich s is the next vile-president; Mrs. George Hayden, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Lloyd Moffett, reporter. Seventeen memibers attended the meeting at the home of Mrs. Leroy Anderson, 307 Evans. She was assisted by Mrs. Jerry Collier. All members reported their favorite TV program. Mrs. Marvin Wells was a guest. Ruth B. Collins wa s in charge of the lesson on accessories for the home. Charles Collins explained what to look for and how to know well madie furniture. Officers training school will be Oct. 31 at the 4-H building. The next meeting will be Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the 4-H building. The meeting will be in conjunction with the Centennial Gals and the Evening Belles home demonstration units. Two hostesses from this group will be Mrs. Dean Nolte and Mrs. Al Valenzuela. Mrs. Smith Shows Slides Of HDU Tour Mrs. Pete Smith was guest speaker for ten members of the Esex Home Demonstration Unit Thursday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Armstrong, Eminence Rt. She showed slides and told of the Kansas HDU tour to the national convention in Lexington,, Ky., last summer. Members voted to contribute —Marilyn Strickert is now at the Unique Beauty Shop. Phone BR 6-7413 for appointment. —17adv $10 to Logopedic Speech Clinic $5 to the cancer fund, $5 to the heart fund and $5 to the United Fund. Mrs. Effie Scott wa s appoint ed chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Don Brown wil attend the Christmas idea les son. Recreation was conducted by Mrs. Jim Concannon. Prize were won by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Brown. Mystery Pal gift were received by Mrs. Scott Mrs. R.L. Kester. A lesson on frozen foods wi! be given by Mrs. Elsie Branden Finney County Home Econom ics agent, at 1:30 p.m. at the 4-H building. Nov. 7 for several units Mrs. Dailey Gives Lesson at Evening Circle Mrs. Eldon Dailey gave th lesson for the Evening Circle of the Holcomb Community Presbyterian Church Thursday. Her study text was from Romans on the salvation of the Jews. Mrs. E.A. Farnsworth conducted the business session. The five attending were told the associa<- tion is to take 25 garments for children and women in Southeast Asia for the United Church Women's project. Plans were made to send a Christmas box to the Rev. John Wade in Louisville, Miss. Others present were Miss Ruth Hacking, Mrs. Bob Adams and Mrs. Faye Hibpshman. struments used in forecasting weather. Next wrw Mrs. Clyde Mercer as an airline pilot, who' told of the activities of the International Civil Aviation Organization and demonstrated wh miniature airplanes on a foreign air-strip. Mrs. Abe Hubert represented a telephone operator and told of the work of the International Telecommunication Union, and something of Tel-Star. Her son, Ronald Hubert, particijpated in the development of Tel-Star. The Universal Postal Union dis- lay was presided over by Mrs. )on McMillan, who showed mong other items an interesting irst-issue stamp collection be- onging to Miss Claudine Lind- UNESCO and UNICBF shared room. Mrs. Edith Bennie told { the far-flung accomplishments >f UNESCO, and Mrs. William Crotinger described a project of a child welfare worker under the auspices of UNICEF. The Food and Agriculture Or- anization was represented by Mrs. G.B. Mayo, showing a full plate and an empty plate indioat- ng that 50 per cent of the people of tine world are hungry. Mrs. J.C. Wilcox represented a worker and gave results of the International Labor Organization under United Nations. As each tour was completed the women were taken to Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Charles 0. Smith conducted a question and answer period and gave some in- ormation about the International Monetary Fund. Mrs. Ovid Harman, secretary of Christian Social Relations, was assisted by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. J. C. Wilcox in planning the program. The Jean Marie Powell Circle was in charge of the devotional aeriod after the program. Mrs. Milton Thomas presented devo- Juco Coed Engaged tions, assisted Ulrich. Hymn by Mrs. Wilbur singimg was led by Mrs. Alton Foster, accompanied by Mrs. L.D. Williamson. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Clifford Mayo, vice president, and the Barbara Kurtz Circle were hostesses for thi tea which closed the afternoon. An arrangement of fall flowers centered the tea table which was presided over by Mrs. Conrad Knief and Mrs. Elza Caldwell. Mrs. Eva Williamson, Gardan City, and a former member, Mrs. William McElroy now oi Denver, were guests Johnson Photo Service The engagement of Virginia Louise Bodam to Harvey Lee Johnson is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard D. Bodam, Gardendale. The bride-elect and h-er future husband are both attending Garden City Junior College and are both graduates of Garden City High School. No wedding date has been chosen. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Johnson, 407 Magnolia, are the parents of the futur« bridegroom. Calendar of Social Events WEDNESDAY StiV'and 9th GRADES — until 9:15 attar Scott City Game. Civic Center. PIANO TEACHERS LEAGUE — 8 p.m. Mrs. John Frazler, 1201 Conard. THURSDAY NEWCOMERS CLUB — 7-11 p.m. Civic Center. CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP group meetings: 9:16 a.m. Venlta Whltmor—Mra. Naomi Hett. 209 E. Hazel. 2 p.m. Velma Larson — Mrs. O.A. Sehopf, Holcomb Ethel Shreve Church Parlor. Plymell ladles, guests. Wilma Tye — Mrs. Mllo Joyce, 1016 Tlieron GLEEFUL HOMEMAKERS HDU — 1:30 p.m. Mra. Sal Goscha, Rt. 1. METHODIST WOMAN'S SOCIETY Circle Meetings — Bring articles for sewing bags. P Gcrtrude Byler Circle — Mrs. Andrew Larson, Sr, 1018 N 7th Iva Conner — Mra. Harold Collier, 202 E Fair. „ _ ,. Marlon Conrow — Mra. Rutn Ruth' Marie Cox — Mrs. Andrew Brhart. Exp. Station. Jawitte Crawford - Mra. Hugh * U AK -Mrs. Wilbur Morris, 1508 E. Spruce. Barbara Kurtz — Mrs. Harold Kleystcuber, 808 E. Olive. Jenn Marie Powell — Mrs. Elizabeth Baldwin, 217 Pennsylvania. Emma Wilson — Mrs Glenn Haas, 615 N. 1st 8 pm. Ethel Cnlklns — Mrs. Lester Henderson, 607 N. 3rd. Ethel Romfeldt — Mrs. 'Alvin Lowe, 1404 N. Main. Theresa LOrenz — Mrs. G. T. Adams, Holconil). Mary Belle Oldrldge — Mra. Ernest Proud fit. 211 W. Olive. BRETHREN WOMEN'S FELLOW. SHIP — 1:30 pm. Church of Brethren. Hostesses, new officers. FRIDAY AURORA STUDY CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Dale Berry, 1111 Belmont. OLD TIMERS — 1.4 p.m Clvio Center, HIGH SCHOOL Recreation — 7:30 • 10:30 p.m. Civic Center. HOMEMAKERS CHORUS — 2 p.m. Church of the Brethren. REPUBLICAN TEA — 2 p.m. Mrs. Robert Townsend, 1E08 N. 3rd. George Meeker, speaker. LOYAL WORKERS — 12:30 p.m. birthday dinner. Mrs. Mace Jewell, 513 N. 9th. Bring covered dish and table service. - • PAST NOBLE GRAND — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. F.E. Gillenwater, 619 N. 13th. CHAPTER X, PEO — 2 p.m.. Mrs. Clarence Morris. 912 N 1st. CHAPTER FF, PEO — 1:30 p.m. Mra. Maurice Downing. Peertlelfl. Let's G ° with CONFIDENCE Under Governor Anderson's administration, Kansas has met its responsibilities as a State, and will continue to meet those responsibilities in a dynamic and progressive manner. Re-elect this at>le Chief Executive whose outstanding rec- ord.of achievement is second to none in the nation. ANDERSO 224 N. Main BR 6-3551 Garden City—The Garden Spot REPUBLICAN SFATE COMMITTEE, RICHARD 0. ROGERS-CHAIRMAN Pol. Adv. U.S.D.A. Good ROUND STEAK u 73c Fresh Cut-up FRYERS Ark Valley ' Lb. 33c BACON u,39c PORK STEAK u> 45c Fresh . PORK ROAST u.39c Thies STICK CHILI u. 45c Food King OLEO 4 !£ 59c Shurf ine TOMATO JUICE 25c 46-oz. Can ENCYCLOPEDIA 1 through 9 on scle this week. Shurfine CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 Cans 39C Roxey DOG FOOD Betty Crocker CAKE MIXES Boxes Only Morton House FROZEN PIES Each Only 7 303 03 C 3 Cons <Mt Shurfresh CRACKERS B l o b ;19c 99c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP <£; Del Monte TUNA Can Only Jonathan Michigan Apples 6^59' Ocean Spray CRANBERRIES Lb tte Only *«JW U.S. Na. 1 Red McClure POTATOES 10 Si 25c Fresh Crisp CELERY S 15c Michigan CIDER 5.-; 79c Food King Shortening 3 ft 59c Shurfine FLOUR 25 !. b , S 1.75 SPENCER'S i FOOD STORE 1 ' . COQNEE 1OT" & JONES ' '

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