Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 18, 1962 · Page 6
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Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, October 18, 1962
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Pag* ft fnrdiMi ritv Thursday, October 18, 1962 cira araph* Among those attending the KU- Oklahoma giiim- at Lawrence. Saturday will be Mr and Mrs. Robert L. Collins, 1H10 Conard, snrl Mr. and Mrs. rle E. Allm»n. 811 Himcroft. T'icy will be visiting Kenneth Alt ., brother of Merle: and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoyt. former Garden Cilians. Major and Mrs. Jack Curtis, •104 Davis, will attend ;. Liaison Officer Conference at the Air Force Academy in 'olorado Springs today through Sunday. While there they will attend the dedication ceremonies of the Falcon football stadium and see the game with Oregon Ur. /er- Returning to their homes in Georgia Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Russell of Waycross and their daugh.-r. Mrs. James Altman and Mr. Altman of Folkston, who were visitors here th e past week. They were guests of Mr. Russell's brother and family. Mr. an-' Mrs. M. L. Russell and Linda, 1509 B; and with his sisters. Mrs. Robert Ball, 810 N. Main, and Mrs. Frank Crase and Mr. Crase, 606 N. 3rd. Returning Tuesday night from McPherson were Dr and Mrs. E. W. Ross, 809 N. 6th, who left Saturday to attend the Central Kansas Dental Convention there. Visiting r ecently in Las Vegas, Nev., were Mr. an Mrs. Carl Connors, 515 N. 9th, and Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Blake. 618 N. 2nd. In Wichita Sund.. to attend the executive board meeting of the Kansas State Council of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority were Mrs. Archie Shook, state chaplain; Mrs. Wendell Maddox, member of the state ways and means committee .. Mrs. Joe Harness, Scott City, state treasurer. Meetings were at the Institute of Logopedics, which the sorority assists with contributions. Jackie Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curtis, has been appointed Flight Sergeant in the Air Force ROTC at Kosas State University. He has also been elected representative from the Phi Delta Theta fraternity to pledge Inter-Fraternity Council at KSU. Merle Dunn returned home Saturday from Wichita where he underwent ear surgery. Order Your Berried English HOLLY NOW... From a Jr. Kayette who will be calling at your door. Large Bag 1 Honors Niece With Reunion • Fifty-five atU'iuTed the liuffet dinner and family reunion Sunday at the homo of Airs. Bess Hartman. Holcomb. Niece of Mrs. Hartman. Mis Shirley Yarbrough and daughter, Johanna, of Sanfa Ke, N.M., were honored guests. Plans were made for an annual ' reunion of Calhoun relatives next I year on the first Sunday of Oct- j oher. Photos were shown and | pictures were taken. I Others present were Mr. and ' i Mrs. Ed Setty; Santa Fe.; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clare, Dixie. Harold. Janice and Nancy. Florissant, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watts, Joe and Rhonda and Mr. and Mrs. John Dodge and Dixie, all of Lakin; Mr. and Mrs. William Florer, Sue, Steve and Dennis Berry all of Deerfiekl; Mrs. Alma Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schmitt, Kelly and Christie, all of Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Calhoun and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Calhoun, all of Dodge City; Mrs. Tom Clare, T. D., Sharon and Gregory; Mrs. Myrtle Clare, Mrs. Ruth Gibbons, Mrs. Hazel Bennett, Mrs. Sadie Truitt, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hartman and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Truitt, Glenda and Sue. a'll of Holcomb: and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Calhoun, Jr., Pamela and Ricky; Mrs. Grace Calhoun, Harold Calhoun. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Evans and Mrs. Ray Dearth, all of Garden City. Engagement Announced Mr, and Mrs. Oscar O'Neal, Satanta, announce the engagement of their daughter, Eunice Lavon O'Neal, to George Allen Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Robertson, Sr., Birmingham, Midi. The bride-elect is a graduate of Garden City High School,.has received her AB degree from Anderson College, Anderson, Ind., and a master's degree from the University of Michigan. She is presently teaching in Ann Arbor. Mich. Her fiance has an AB degree j from the University of Michigan and is currently employed with the personnel department of the Chevrolet Axle and Gear plant in Detroit. No wedding date lias bepn set. 100 Hear Panel At Jones P-TA I Dick Bortz. president of the I Jones School P-TA, conducted the | meeting for approximately 100 I attending in the school auditorium. A panel discussion on the "Growth of the Child — What We Can Expect' 1 was given by Dr. Gust Nelson, Jr., the Rev. Don Peckham, Ted Smith, school psychologist; and Elmer Bartlett, director of elementary education. The subject was discussed by them in regard to growth of the Final Payment on Anaesthetic Machine Photo by Curtis Stiulio Belles of St. Catherine President Mrs. C. O. Sercken given Friday morning in the hospital cafeteria. In the presents a check of $540.99 to Sister Mary Pia, admini- group standing from left w«re Mmes. Don Talley, Maynard - "- : - t *~ ^ fs — - L — C! - A -- k '-— D: - -- J "--• u ^ strator of St. Catherine Hospital. Many groups and vari.- ous people contributed toward the purchase of this machine but this final payment was the direct result of the recent "Trash and Treasures Auction" sponsored by the Belles. Sister Mary Pia received the check at a coffee Knief, C. O. Gercken, Sister Mary Pia, and Mmes. H. C. Sartorius and Max Miller; seated from left Mmes. M. M. Higgins, Mildred Henselman, Dorothy Soss and Charles Vaughn. Calender of Social Events THURSiMY NEWCOMERS CLUB — 7-11 p.m. Civic, Center. METHODIST WOMAN'S SOCIETY Circle Meetings — Bring articles for sewing bags. 8 pin. Ethel Calkins — Mrs. Lester Henderson. 607 N. 3rd. Ethel Romfelilt — Mrs. Alvin Lowe. HIM N. Main. Theresa Lnrenz — Mrs. G. T. Atliinis, Holcomb. Mary Belle Ohlridge — Mrs. Ernest Proudfit. 211 W. Olive. FRIDAT AURORA STUDY CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Dale Berry, 1111 Belmont. OLD TIMERS — 1.4 Civic 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, 1606 N. 3rd. George Meeker, speaker. LOYAL WORKERS — 12::!0 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 1 , PEO — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Maurice Downing, Deerfield. HARMONY HDU — 2 p.m. Mrs. Charles Staley, 408 N. 5th. ' ALPHA TAU COFFEE — 9:30 a.m. Mia. Phil Porter. 610 N. 2nd. SQUARE DANCE — 8 p.m. Holcomb school auditorium Caller, Tod Williams. 7TH GRADE — 1:30 A p.m. Civic Center JUCO — 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. Civic Center MONDAY ALPHA TAU of BSP — 8 p.m. Mrs. Jack Bryant, 1004 N. 4th MONDAY CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Gordon Gimple, 908 Theron. child from the spiritual, mental phases of this growth. psychological, and academic 67 Attend Presbyterian Women s Circle Meetings Sixty-seven persons attended the circle meetings of the United Presbyterian Women on Thursday. All groups studied the "Rim of East Asia" for the lesson and Roman's 12-14 as the Bible study. Mrs. J.R. Bornside, 1002 N. 2nd, was hostess for Circle One. Co-hostess for the ten attending was Mrs. Gordon Gimple. Mrs. Merle Myers gave the devotions and Mrs. Lester McCoy presented the lesson. Two met with Mrs. Charles Schoonover, 1011 Lyle. Her assisting hostess was Mrs. Douglas Grotty, Sr. Mrs. Walter Myer, association president, was a guest. The Bible study was given by Mrs. M.O. Phillips and the lesson leader Robinson. was Mrs. Claude Circle three met with Mrs. Paul Cole, 414 Davis, assisted by Mrs. Ora Moore. Thirteen members attended and a guest, Mrs. (Gen. Custer — an original photograph by Matthew Brady) ijou nu led . . , . . to view a collection of Matthew Brady photographs printed from his original negatives at Curtis Studio. Actual photographs of Presidents Lincoln and Grant are included alon q with others of (00 years ago, among them are many Civil War views. ' THESE PRICELESS PHOTOGRAPHS WILL BE ON DISPLAY THROUGH OCT. 21ST. For modern masterpieces of the photographic art, do as your neighbors do, entrust your loved ones to ... tudio Maude Clark, Wichita. Bible study was conducted by Mrs. J.G. Strouip and the lesson was given by Mrs. Walter Wolf. Mrs. M.P. Reeve, North Cent- ere, was hostess for 22 members of Circle Four. Heir co-hostessee were Mrs. Douglas Grotty, Jr., and Mrs. Bob Wright. Mrs. J.G. Stroup conducted the lesson and Mrs. A.A. Laughlin gave the Bible study. Mrs. Long Given Friendship Party Mrs. Bill (Anna) Long and sons, Joey and Tommy Mader of Topeka were honored 'with a friendship party at the home of Mrs. Mae Gossman, 309 W. Santa Fe, Sunday evening. The evening was spent socially playing cards. Guests were Mrs. Long's daughter, Mrs. Tommy Brungardt and son David; Mmes. Myrtle Randle, Anna Kritzer, Margaret Dunn, Verna Litton, Velta Thomas and Tommy Edwards; Messrs. Bill Hays, Max Engroff, E.R. Frizzell and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Doyle. Mrs. Lang aind sons left on the 9:45 train for Topeka after the party. Several of the group accompanied, them to the depot. POPLIN STRETCH PANTS! What could be more for a figure with changes , . . smooth, trim-fitting pants of cotton /nylon with a lull- width helanca panel adjustment. MARTIN'S MATERNITY & CHILDREN'S WEAR Garden City, Kansas Your Problems by Ann Landers — would telephone her know? Three months DEAR ANN LANDERS: Why would a fellow ask a girl out and not show tip? Wouldn't you think if something happened at the last minute a gentleman a lady and let ago a fellow stood me up twice in one week. Last' night it happened again. The man who stood me up last night works right in this office. I waited for him (with my on) for two hours. It was humiliating in front of ,my folks and my hair set date and 1 Mrs> Glunt Re-elected President Mrs. Wilbur Ulrich, Holcomb, gave the second series of lessons on accessories for the home for 11 members of the Progressive' Home Demonstartion Unit Friday afternoon. She stressed the importance of well constructed furniture and showed illustrations of period and contemporary styles, s Mrs. Angell Glunt was reelected president, Mrs. Lawrence Miller was re-elected vice-president, Mrs. Wilbur Ulrich is the new treasurer and Mrs, John Miller was re-elected secretary- reporter, Mrs. Bill Rapp, Holcomb, was hostess, assisted by Mrs. Carl Rapp. A guest day tea is scheduled for Nov. 9 and the next meeting will be Nov. 16 at 1:30 p.m. at the 4-H building. Mrs. Elsie Branden, Finney County home economics agent, will pesent the lesson on frozen foods for several units. Birthday gifts were received by Mrs. Ulrich and Mrs. Glunt. The hostess gift was received by Mrs. J. Miller. 50 Members Hear Peterson At Friend P-TA my sister. 1 had specially for the bought a new purse and a pair of silk gloves. This morning he said "hi" as Sf nothing happened. Since he offered no explanation I kept quiet, too.' Some of my girl friends have had the same experience. Why do men pull this? Should a girl ever telephone a fellow and ask what happened to him? — DISAPPOINTED Dear Disappointed: A young man wtho would intentionally stand up a date is irresponsible and inconsiderate. I don't recommend telephoning a fellow to find out "what happened." But 1 when you work in the same office and see him the next day it certainly seems to be a logical question. There's always an outside chance of a misunderstanding, in which case the fellow should be given the benefit of the doubt. But, remember, Toots, only one benefit to a customer. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: When I married my husband, his ex-wife wife was pregnant but she did not tell Mm. Their ba'by is now three months old. Dennie has received several telephone calls from his former wife asking him to come over and see the baby. Whenever I hear her voice on the phone I get weak in the knees. I wish she'd forget about him but I'm sure she won't. Dennie wants me to go over to her house with him and see the baby. I dread the thought of it. We have hashed and rehashed this until I am blue in the face. Neither of us knows for sure if it is the right thing to do. We've decided to abide by your decision. —SECOND WIFE Dear Second Wife: If your husband wants you to go with him — GO! Many women wonder what an ex-wife says to her ex- husband when he goes to see the child or children. The wife who is invited to go along doesn't have to wonder. And incidentally, Buttercup, chances are, she'll say a lot less. * * * DEAR ANN: I've been divorced 17 years and am having a terrible time with my daughter. Otto Peterson, 1402 E. Chestnut, home teacher for the Kansas State Social Welfare Dept., Sue is 24. She flunked out o ) fl wasi p™** spefker f .°f. college and she's had four jobs in the last year. She quit two and was fired from two. She has not worked since June and has made no effort to find a job. Her idleness, sloppiness and foul mouth is about to drive me crazy. She smokes incessantly and never empties an ash tray. Glasses, apple cores, orange peelings and water melon seeds are in every room, on window sills and under the beds. I work five days a week from 8 till 5. When I come home the house is just as I left it. I then have to fix dinner and do the laundry and cleaning. Sue refuses to turn a hand. I have horrors of this situation going on forever. Can I just put her out of the house and make her take care of herself? I've thought of taking her clothes over to her father's but he has remarried and I know he has no interest in her. Please tell me what to do. — RAW NERVES Dear R.W-: A good mother- dauigfoter relationship starts in childhood, yours never got off the ground. Tell Sue she has 14 days in which to find a job. Then she can either kick in with one-third of her pay check for room and board and help with the housework and cooking, or she can live elsewhere. It's high time you blew the whistle on this girl. Until you do she will continue to sit around, free load and vegetate. To learn how to keep your boyfriend in line without losing him, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking and Petting — And How Far To Go," enclosing with your request 20c in coin arid a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. — When you buy a box of Illusion seam free nylons, for just $2.85, you will receive a clear plastic raincoat in its envelope carrying case at Mode 0 Day this month. —18 COMMUNITY CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE Saturday October 20th—8:00 a.m. Old Methodist Church Basement Corner 8th & Chestnut WARREN HOTEL TRAIL ROOM PRESENTS CINEMA — DINNER Friday and Saturday 5:00 p.m. til 9:00 p.m. 6-oz. Sirloin Steak Roast Sirloin of Beef Combination Seafood Fry MAKE IT A COMPLETE NIGHT OUT MOVIE AND DINNER — $1.75 Showing At The Theatres MERRILL'S MARAUDERS and SAMAR STATE' HORSE SOLDIERS and . 20,000 EYES mately 50 members of the Friend Parents-Teachers Assn. Wednesday night. He described ways to detect blindness. Mrs. Raymond Daniels gave, the devotions. Special musical' numbers were given by the seventh and eighth grade girls. The business session was conducted by , Mrs. William Blackburn. The new budget was proposed and accepted and the program books were distributed. Serving on the refreshment committee were Mrs. Jim Scott, Mrs. Joe Bayer, Mrs. Edwin Cheney, Mrs. Earl Fisher, Mrs. B. Sprague, Mrs. L. Winter and Mrs. C. Stevenson. The next meeting will be Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. at the Friend School. Southworths Given Reception The Rev. and Mrs. Dwight Soutihworth and infant son, Todd, were honored recently with a reception by members of the local Church of the Nazarene. Reverend Southworth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Southworth, 1609 "A", and is now pastor at Buffalo, Okla. He is a graduate of Garden City High School and Bethany Nazarene College, at Bethany, Okla. The reception table was decorated with a fall centerpieco. Mrs. John Sims and Mrs. Clifton Algrim were in charge of arrangements. A love offering was presented th/e Soufchworths from the church members. A true story ... of human endurance beyond any you've ever seen . . . WeM/'s Marauders IJEFF CHANDLER-HAW PETER WILL ANDREW CLAUDE BROWN-HUTCHINS-DUGGAN-AKINS I UNITED STATES PRODUCTIONS PHOTOPUY K591 TECHNICOLOR' <-m WARNER BROS UiKU Co-Hit ... A thrilling epic of the Filipino head hunters The gateway to hell! Tf CHNICOLOft* Fun WARNER BROS Plus Color Cartoon NOW SHOWING Boxoffic* Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 Matinee Sat.—2:00 p.m. A SUPERB COMEDY! It roars with giggles STARTS SUNDAY! Granges Install Officers Five granges conducted a joint installation of officers at the 'Plymell Community House, Friday evening. Granges taking p.irt were; Valley Grange No. 1983 of Haskcll County, Valley Juvenile Grange No. 49 of Haskell County; Garden View Grange No. 1938 of Finney County; Ivanhoe Valley Grange No. 1963 and Ivanhoe Valley Juvenile Grange No. 51 of Finney County. Officers taking part: Master, Herbert Boland; installing officer, George Lightner; marshal, Mrs. George Lightner; marshal, Etha.ji Quakenbueh; regalia bearer, Mrs. Ethan Quakenbush; emblem bearer, Miss Phyllis Lightner; pianist, Mrs. Clinton Orouse and chaplain, Mrs. Marvel Lightner. Mrs. Fielding Hands, lecturer of Ivanhoe Valley Grange No. 1963 and Donna Lightner of the Juvenile Grange No. 53 had a program. Donna LiigMner, a juvenile member announced the numbers. Jay Warren, played a piano solo. Gregory Hands and his brother, Cedric Hands, each played a piano solo. Fielding Hands sang a solo. Connie Wright of Garden View Grange also played a piano solo. Refreshments were served to 65 members at the close of tih« evening. Church of God Women Hear Mrs. Pax son Mrs. Ralph Paxson gave the lesson Thursday afternoon for th« Women's Missionary society of the First Church of God in Fellowship Hall. "Special Needs of the Emotionally Disturbed" was the lesson given from the book "Who Cares?" "The church has from time immemorial led the way in the ministry of compassion and service," quoted Mrs. Paxson, "Many persons learn to accept God and God's forgiveness because they have first been accepted by man," she explained. District stewardship director Mrs. W.L. Collins, Ulysses, wrote and comended the group for their cooperation in district projects. A food sale is planned for Nov. Mrs. C.A. Kells, 913 N. 9th, will be hostess for the Nov. 8 meeting at 2:30 p.m. after of FASHION NEWS AND FACTS from by Suzanne Even though you have gone barelegged all summer, on these chilly mornings you find it necessary to put on stockings. You start rummaging through the drawer and the only whole pair you can find don't seem to be the same color . . . just a teeny- weeny big of difference in the shade, hardly anyone will notice. The next morning the situation has not improved. There is a small run from top to toe. Chances are, the first person you meet will say . . . "Did you know you have a run. . . ?" Your exclamation of "good heavens!" MAY fool them into thinking it just happened. But the day of reckoning finally comes. You get down to the last pair, an<j one has a seam and the other is seamless. . . girls. . . the die is cast, you might just as wel] come to Purnell's. and make the purchase. You will love the new Vivlons by Vanette. They're just extra quality seamless stockings. They fit perfectly, wear wonderfully, yet they are very sheer. Vanette thinks so much of these stockings that it guarantees the wear of 3 pair for 45 day s or it will replace the stockings absolutely free. If you're a gal who has trouble keeping stockings yet like them sheer . . . this is for 'you. Only $1.50, too! We really prefer a seamless stocking, no pulling or twisting: they fit as smooth as the skin itself. You can buy them with reinforced toes and heels or the sandal stocking with only a double knit toe. We have beautiful stockings for every woman, priced from $1.00 to $1.95 and all in between. And, of course, while 'you are here, we will just have to show you some of the new fall dresses. Wools that look like knits, simple but unusual styles, the type of garment only an expert would design. A soft beige, almost white, a bright red jersey sheath, a basic black that can be worn from now on. . . A brown wool, fully lined, super with furs. . . We cannot describe them alJ, so we invite you to see them; remember the place, Purnell's 14 th« center of Garden City]

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