Ka I vesta News Group Meetings Highlight Kalvesta Social Scene The Kalvcsta Methodist Clmrch will have special services al the church Sunday evening through Wednesday. "Th Four Nights with God" services will be conducted by the Rev. John J. Clinton, minister of the Dodge City Methodist Church. Each evening beginning at 7:30 p.m. there will be films, a song service and sermon. The Rev. William Wilkoff is in charge. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs and Joe were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hill, and girls and Doris Hill of Wichita. Sew and So Club met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Alvin Lillibriclge. Members present were Mmes. George Evans, Don Hastings, Lydia Rowtori, Garland Phipps, Bud Beery, Lloyd Dewey and Eddie Reimer. There will be a church board meeting at 5:30 p.m. and a fellowship supper before services Sunday night at the Kalvesta Methodist Church. C.W.C. Club met last Thursday at the community building with Mrs. Virgil Brown as hostess. Attending the 75th anniversary celebration of St. John's Lutheran Church hi Meade Sunday were Mrs. Leo Ochs and Ronnie, Marvin and Arlen Balding and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boning of Ordway, Colo. There wll be a card party at. the Pawnee Aqre Community building Oct. 20. The officers will be the hosts. Ladies are asked to bring sandwiches. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clark and family and Mrs. Helen Smith sponit Sunday in Belpre With Mr. and Mrs Ralph Smith and daughter. The Garfield Gleaners home demorvilraition unit meit last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W. D. Daniels as hostess. Members present were Mmes. Wayne Wheeler, Helen Dumler, Earle Dirks, Marvin Troehmel, Don Hastings, Leo Ochs, Ralph Smith and Eddie Boots, Lydia Rowton was a guost. The lesson on furniture selection was given 'by Mrs. Ochs. Election of offcers was conducted with Mrs. Wheeler being re-elected president, Mrs. Boots, vice president; Mrs. Hoiden re-elected secretary, Mrs. I'LL BE "SUEING" YOU These parting words may be spoken in jest, but they could be just a short step from reality. If a friend or any member of the public is accidentally injured on your premises, he might sue you for thousands of dollars. Be protected with Comprehensive Personal Liability Insurance. MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY USE. Chestnut BR 6-3512 MEMBER GARDEN CITY INSURANCE BOARD G. Ever«H Mllto Page 8 Garden City Telegram Saturday. October 20, 1962 Smith re-elected treasurer and Mrs. Dirks elected reporter. The November meeting wMl be with Mrs. John Briggs. Members attending annual county achievement night in Garden City Monday night wer.e Mmes. John Briggs, Don Hastings, Jim Hayes, Helen Dumler, Marvin Troeh- mel and Wayne Wheeler. The Pawnee Indians 4-H Club gave theier annual achievement party recently with Ihe Pawnee Acre Achievement Party. Lead- rs Mrs. Virgil Brown and Mrs. V. D. Daniels were hi charge. Hie 4-H calenedar for 1961-62 was iven by Mrs. Daniels. Kenneth "romm, county agent from Garen City, gave a short talk. [Jeorge Evans was present to ward checks to four members vho have done out/sanding work in their club and kept excellent ecord books. Receiving the becks were Larry Scott, Mary Daniels, Vicfci and Virl Brown. During the business meeting lection of officers was held with lonnie Phipps being elected resident; Pete Warner, vice resident; Teresa Daniels, seere- ary-treasurer; Joe Briggs, re- x>rter; Larry Scott, parliamen- riam; Jerry Brown and Mary aniels, council representatives; Gorman Erkie, recreation leader. Fifteen prospective members nd their parents were present. Mrs. Schaefer Announces New Committees President Mrs. Gordon Shaef- r announced her committee ap- xjintmenfes for the year at the legina Coeli meeting Thursday vening. Mrs. Dale Bjorklun and Mrs. Michael G. Hoffman comprise he service committee; Mrs. Bdb ..ong and Mrs. Bill Arnold, ways nd means committee; Mrs. Albert Knoll and Mrs. "Don Miller, Christmas welfare and social ommittce 'and Mrs. Mitch Geiser, Mrs. Dale Harrison, Mrs. 'at Keller and Mrs. Sam Kemer, yearbook committee. New members are Mrs. Pat :eller, Mrs. Albert Knoll and Mrs. Sam Kempcr. Hostess and lesson leader was Mrs. Bjorklun, 1404 N. 3rd.. Her opic was the Ecumenical Coun- il. Plans were made for a Thanks- [iving luncheon in November. Mrs. Dale Harrison_ is hostess for he meeting Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. n her home, 508 Inge. Try Hat Making, It's Fun! Hat craft lessons will be included among the various crafts to be shown Oct. 29-30 at the 4-H Building between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. for the Christmas gift idea exchange program. Trying a hat frame on Mrs. Bob Witman is Mrs. Gladys Shook, extension office secretary. Mrs. Elsie Branden, Rnney County home economics age'nt will be supervisor. Mrs. Jones Honored By Christian Guild Mrs. Edgar Unruh gave the lesson Monday ev.ening for 18 members of the Fellowship Guild of the First Christian Church. "Our Witnessing and Christian Living" wac tlhe topic she presented. She stressed the importance of spreading the gospel to others. 45 Nazarene Youths Attend Church Party Friday evening more than 45 members of the Nazarene Caravan Youth group met at the Walter Nicholson farm, 18 miles east of Garden City, for recreation and fellowship. Church of the Nazarene sponsors the Caravan group which is a week day organization of Children and youth between ages eight and 14, Both the boys and the girls engage in projects and youth activities with a church related emphasis each Wedneseday evening at 7 p.m. Gilbert Elliott directs the activities of the boys group and Mrs. Walter Nicholson supervises the girls. MOVING? Save Money . . . RENT A TRUCK BR 6-7946 Ronald O'Dell MOVED... to 403 N. THIRD ST. 2 blocks north of O.K. Courts Our Permanent Location! Bcftone HEARING CENTER Phone BR 6-6949 , Garden City, Kansas Cnas. Chalmers—Mgr. BATTERIES — SERVICE — AUDIOMETER SALES Devotions were given by Mrs. Max Parrish. Mrs. Stewart Guthie conducted the business ses- ion. Guests were Mrs. Don Garv- ;r, Miss Carol Wade and Miss Norma Burdue. Mrs. Gay Smithe, 1016 N. 5th, wt.s assisted by Mrs. Parrish as oo-hostess. Mrs. Ted Doyle won ho prize for a contest. The Guild presented Mrs. Floyd Jones a gift as a token for her many years of faithful service as church secretary. Seven pla'ce settings of stain- ess teel was voted for the youth citehen. A bazaar is planned for Dec. 17. The CWF luncheon will be Dec. 6. Mrs. Stewart Guthrie will entertain the group Nov. 19 in her lome at 702 Jones. Incite WAIL PAINT the amazing newpaintfrom Netfer before a paint like It! Does not drip or spatter like ordinary paints. Thick, creamy "Luclte" stays on .your brush or roller. So easy to use! Needs na stirring or thinning. Dries In 30 minutes. 22 lovely decorator colors. ME PAW YOU'VE SMV ON TV... AVAILABLE AT CASH & CARRY LUMBER CO., INC. 1516 E. Fulton Garden City, Ks. Has your "rainy day 1 arrived? LACK NECESSARY CASH? Next time, have the cash you need — see us. We'll lend you the money you n&ee! on easy terms, at lowest rates. TAKE MONTHS TO REPAY AND AT LOW RATES! WESTERN Loan & Inv. Co. 113 W. Pin* Phone BR 6.7471 Jack Smith—Mgr.
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