75 Hear Mitch Ge/s/er Speak on Juvenile Crime Mitch Gcislcr, secretary-manager of the Garden City Chamber of Commerce, was guest speaker for the Satarvta Grade School P-TA this week for Hie 75 attending. He spoke on youth in general with a special emphasis on the increase in juvenile crime — its ca.ise and effect. Devotions were given by the Rev. Robert Wokaty of the Full Gospel Church on "Our Youth and Righteousness." Mr. Orval Jones presided for the meeting and the program chairman was Mrs. Paul Brown. Students presented in various dance numbers from the Marva Bomb Shelters Discussed by Sherlock HDU "My opinion of a Bomb Shelter" was the topic discussed by each member attending the Sherlock Hustlers Home Demonstration Unit meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Herman Lang, Rt. Mrs. Bob Witnian conducted the business session and Mrs. Lester Gerkin of Offerle was a guost. The second half of the lesson on home furnishings was given by Mrs. Don Messenger. Mrs. Lang was elected president for the ensuing year with Mrs. Virgil Harsh, Vice-president; Mrs. Tony Klaus, secretary and Mrs. Bud Wishon, reporter. Mrs. Klaus gave a report of her visit to the Logopedic Speech Clinic. Mystery Pal gifts were received by Mrs. Harsh and Mrs. Bernard Kraus wliile the hostess gift went to Mrs. Fred Martinez. The crafts lesson will .be given Oct. 29-30 'at the 4-H Building. Nov. 16 will be a joint meeting with the progresesive HDU at 1:30 p.m. School of Dance were Pat Rooney, Stephanie Foster, Peggy Ives, Bonnie Alexander, Brian Groth, Judy Blair, Karen Ughtcap and •Shannah Lucas. Members voted to have a student-parent backetbaU game as a money making project. Mrs. Bob Sharp's room had the most parents attending. RN Social Club Gives Luncheon Nineteen members were present for the Royal Neighbors Social Club luncheon this week at the home of Mrs. Anna Adam, 408 Magnolia. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Edna Millard, Mrs. Rose Naab and Mrs. Freda Waller. Devotions were given by Mrs. Hubert Crowley. , Mrs. R u t h Evans conducted a Bible quiz and Mrs. Addy Thompson received the hostess gift. Poems or jokes were told in response to roll call. Mrs. Frank West, clulb president, conducted the business session. Guests were Mrs. W.M. Lytle, from Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mark Hayes. Mrs. Burg Reviews Book "Sold to the Lady in the Green Hat" was Wie book review given by Mrs. Kenneth Burg Monday afternoon for the Twentieth Century Book Club. "Emma Bailey is the first woman auctioneer in the United States," Mrs. Burg said. "Auctions are conducted in the large red barn at her home in Brattleboro, Vermont and she gives a humorous account of some of the episodes in her career." Hostess for the 15 present was Mrs. W.E. Jones, 808 N. 6th. FLAMINGO INN Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays Sundays 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Delicious, Professionally Cooked Food SUNDAY DINNER SPECIALS DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS Males reservations now for your holiday entertainment at the Rainbow Room or Flamingo Dining Room. Highway SOW BR 6-8171 Gariloii City Telegram Saturday, October 20, 1962 Calendar of Social Events SQUARE DANCK — 8 p.m. Hoi- comb school auditorium Caller, Tod Williams. 7TH GRADE — 1:30 .4 p.m. Civic Center JUCO — 7:.10 - 10:80 p.m. Civic Center MONDAX ALPHA TAU ot BSP — 8 p.m. Mrs. Jack Bryant, 1004 N. 4th MONDAY CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Gordon Gimple, 908 Theron. SOROSIS CLUB — 2 p.m. Mrs. William Lewis, 712 N. 1st. ESTRALITA KFWC — 2 p.m. Mrs. Orle Dunn, 2007 N. 7th. ACORN CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. John Robinson, fl07 Theron. XI IOTA EXEMPLAR — 8 p.m. Miss Erdene Corley, 912 Theron. ''' PRISCILLA CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Ellis B. Titus, 901 N. 9th. SOROSIS HERMANA — 2 p.m. Mrs. G. C. Chmelka, N. Center. EVENING BELLES IIDU — 7:30 p m. Mrs. Molvtn Holmes, 308 Davis. REBEKAH LODGE — 7;30 p.m. Odd Fellow Hall. Assembly reports. Refreshments SEQUOYAII IIDU — 2 p.m. Mrs.. Dale Corley. 1022 N. 5th, Note change ° f AAUW MENTAL HEALTH Sillily Group — 7:30 p.m. .Mrs. Cerll Wrl.«- . TODAYS MOTHERS CLUB — 7 p.m. Party, for husbands. Mrs. Rob. ert John, 1107 Bancroft. Bnnr table SO STAR CLUB - 2:30 1 P.m. Mrs. Clyde Dibbens. 510 N. 4th. MARIS STELLA - 2 pm. Mrs. Henry Weldon. 922 Center. Note change of meeting. BPW CLUB — 6:30 p.m. Luau Inn. Call Mabel Adams. 6-5497. Dr. Richard Gribble, world traveler, Ruest 9P PKB-SCHOOL STORY HOUR - W 10 MB am PubHc Library. Roadors Mrs.' Milton Roberts and Mrs. Leon Ramsey. Baptist Youths Attend Hayride At Borgmans Thirty-five youths and two sponsors of the Fellowship Baptist Intermediates attended a hay- ride and wiener roast Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Borgman, Rt. 1. The full moon furnished light for the hayride with a tractor pulling the rack. Highlights of the evening was the group singing of Gospel choruses and tossing hay. Those attending were Larry Davis, Terry and Mark Spangler, Eddie and Linda Borgman, Billy Taldo, Mike Paasch, Rickey Jones, Bob and Harold Hallmark, Linda Staley, Linda and Cheryl Johnson, Carolyn Wedel, Lucy and Peggy Motley, Linda Hamill, Greg and Gary Birkle, Patricia Douglas, Betty Scheer, Greta Miller, Marilyn Graber, Sherry Davic, Linda and Sharon Martin and Linda Ferris. Special guests were Jerry and Marvin Brungard^ Finelly Nevin, Michelle Martinez, Kay Rintoul, Cristai Heine, Dena Locke and Mary Ann Ochs. Sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. David Paasch. — Order Christmas Holly at your door from a Jr. Kayette.' . —20 , ° ?i- To The Woman With Problem Skin Your-dream of a beautifully.groomed complexion can come true with Alleraeme Hypo-allergenic Cosmetics. Many women wirh sensitive or allergic »kin— many teenageri with troubled skin.—have found Allercrim* Hypo-allergenic Cosmetici can help them tnjoy a lovely, imooth complexion — tastefully made-up in th» helghl of fashion. ® Hypo-aliergenic ^ COSMETICS Allercreme Hypo-allergtnic Cosindici are distinctive beauly oids mad« with a special understanding of problem skin to give if the gentlt pampering it requires. Your skin specialist it acquainted with AllercremB Cosmetics —. ask hi) opinion of these special preparations — fh«n stop in to gee the beautiful assortment in our cosmetic department,,, NORRIS DRUG STORE 312 N. Mai» Phone BR 6-3231 Garden City, Kansas X T Monday Club Gives Program on Science "Young People in Science" was the topic of the talk given Monday afternoon by Mrs. Ben Bullard for 18 members of the Monday Club. "Curiosity is an element of human nature which starts a youth on a scientific Career," remarked Mrs. Bullard. "Scientists are much younger today than they Mrs. Smith Is Hostess for Newman Club Sixteen members of the Newman Club met Thursday at the Wheat. Lands restaurant with Mrs. John Smith as hostess. Mrs. Gordon Farr presided for the meeting. The coffee at the Logopedic Speech Clinic, Gardendale, was reported by Mrs. E.M. Schreieb- er. Members voted to make a donation to St. Mary's School for the purchase of prayer books. Mrs. George Armantrout gave the program on the Presidents Pastors. Hostess prize was won by Mrs. Raimon Walters. Mrs. John Anderson, 908 N. 5th, will be hostess for the Oct. 25 meeting. Eagles Auxiliary Plans Dance The Eagles Auxiliary has scheduled a Halloween dance for Oct. 31 from 9 p.m. • 1 a.m. in the Eagles Aerie. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes and <i clock-radio and a travel alarm clock Will be given at the party. Mrs. Mike Rupp presided for the 14 attending the meeting Monday at the Eagles Aerie. A prize fts won by Mrs. Herman Lang. Next meeting will be Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. were a generation ago," she said. Mrs. George Anderson told of the "Wonderful World of Plastic." She showed plans for a house built of plastic foam, explained how a new glue caUled "ostamer" has promise of cementing together" bones of the human body which have cracks or breaks. She said that plastic film can help produce earlier and healthier crops while virtually eliminating weeding. Mrs. O.C. Hicks was hostess for the meeting and Mrs. William Witt presided. The meeting Monday will be with Mrs. Gordon Gimple, 908 Theron at 2:30 p.m. Acorn Club Discusses Manners Mrs. Elmer Henkle coordinated the lesson on "American Manners" for 16 attending the Acorn Club Monday at the home of Mrs. Lee Kemper, 508 N. 6th. "Good Manners are a passport to sucess and a practical way of making a happy life," Mrs. W.W. Wells admonished. "Some industrial companies have seminars to instruct their personnel in good manners. Mrs. Dale Fry reviewed "Triumph of Rudeness" which told how Little League baseball and olfcer sports are being ruined by rude and thoughtless adults. "True manners are based on consideration of others" Mrs. Henkle said. "Anyone can gain popularity by using charming manners. Manners used at home carry over into the business world,'' she explained. Special guests were Mrs. Leonard Smith, Mrs. R.G. Greathouse, Mrs. Carl Kemper and Mrs. Paul Hantla. Week on South Mam by Jim Sloan NOTICE TO ALL! This is the week we have been waiting for . . . tomorrow is the beginning of National Cleaner Air Week and there is no cleaner air than that put out by Lennox Comfort! Of lesser importance; but perhaps I better mention them . .. 'tis also United Nations Week, National Downtown Week, National Thrift Week, National Flower Week and National Foreset Products Week, Don't know what it means but it's also national Aloha Week on Honolulu . . . and National Popcorn Week and National Pretzel Week start a little later in the week. / expect by now the pheasants have already heard about hunting season dates and we finding a place to hide. Wonder if those new hunting regulations confused them, as much as the hunters? We're entering the home stretch on United Fund for this year ... if you haven't already, send in your pledge now! 'Tis a worthy bunch of organizations, all deserving of your support! Wilbur just returned from a trip to Chicago I guess and he didn't let me fly Mm up and back. Guess he's losing his nerve! Have you been down to the zoo yet to see the new Siberian reindeer? Better go! With this nice weather we been having, still plenty of time to enjoy watching the animals. October is 4-H enrollment month and the Finney County clubs are looking for neio members.. Better investigate for your children. It's like & local guy said: "I'm not rich; but I have a Lennox Comfort System . . . who could ask for morel"
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