Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 23, 1962 · Page 5
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Page 5 I'll? TM"jjram Tuesday, October 23,1962 Dean Wolfe, son of Mr. and j Mrs. Jim Wolfe, 415 Davis, a! freshman pre-lav student at Kansa., University and his brother, Douglas, who is a senior at KU as an electrical engineer major were weekend guests of their parents. They returned to school Monday. Attending ttia Past Matrons luncheon in Dighton on Friday were Mrs. Cecil Wristen. Mrs. Ralph Graves and Mrs. Mowery. Mrs. Fred Hyames was hostess to 22 guests. Dr. and Mrs. H.M. Wiiley spent Thursday in Winfield with their daughter, Linda, who is a freshman at Southwestern. Friday night they went to the American Royal in Kansas City with the Hubert Pilands. Saturday they went to Lawrence for the KU- Oklahoma football game. Saturday night and Sunday they spent in. Manhattan with their son Gale who is a senior at Kansas-State University. Former Garden City residents Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wheeler, Danville, Ind., are the parents of a son, Greg Alan, born Oct. 16. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wheeler, Danville and Mrs. Bernita Jones, a former teacher here who lives in Johnson. BPW Slates World Traveler The Business and Professional Women will have an after dinner speaker who is a world-wide traveler at their meeting Wednesday night at the Luau Inn. Dr. Richard Gribble, who has traveled in 33 countries and spent two months in Europe this past summer and two weeks in Russia, will speak. He is an orthodontist from Dodge City. The world affairs committee in charge of the program are Miss Alma Kleint, Mrs. Eva Sharer, Mrs. Elma Whitehurst, Mrs. Loretta Hipp and Mrs. J. O. Hood. January Bride-to-be Photo by Curtis Studio A January wedding is planned by Carol Marmon and Marvin Miller. The engagemeni and forthcoming marriage is announced by hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Marmon, Scott City. Her fiance is the son of Mrs, C. F. Miller, Scott City. Th* bride-elect is a graduate of Scott City High School and is attending Garden City Junior College She is employed at Darner's Beauty Salon. Her future husband is a graduate of Oakley High School and works at Sruver's Service in Scott City. Mrs, Blakeslee Tells Halloween Stones at Club Mrs. Oliver Brochaisen. 618 N. Oth, was hostess for the Euph- rades Club Tuesday afternoon in ler home. Mrs. Lena Rouse was guest. New words and definitions were given by each member as roll call response. New words for the next meeting were presented by Mrs. Fred Brown. Original stories using the word ist. for the day were read by Mrs. Brecheisen, Mrs. F. S. Hadley, Mrs. Ora Schopf and Mrs. Ernest Wetob. Halloween stories, some of which were actual happenings, were told by Mrs. Kathryn Blakeslee. The next meeting was postponed a week because of election. Mrs. Ora Schopf will be hostess for the Nov. 13 meeting at 2:30 p.m. in her home at Hoi- comb. Aurora Club Hears Speech On Politics Mrs. Ed Whitmcr, as lesson leader for the Aurora Study Club Friday afternoon, discussed how women can get into politics ami how political bosses came into power from "You, Too Can Be the Life of the Party." Hostess for the ten attending was Mrs. Date Berry, 1111 Bel mont. Mrs. Frank McKeedy was a guest. Contests were led. by Mrs. Ira Corn and Mrs. L. 0. Wasson won the prize. Mrs. J. L. Douglas re ceived the hostess prize. Plants were exchanged among members Mrs. Ralph Patterson, Emi nence Rt., will be hostess for the Nov. 2 meeting at 2:30 p.m. —Whether buying 01 selling, use Telegram Want Ads! Your Problems jby Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am myself ther e is plenty of time only 17 but I'm very worried to , b ,e , tied ,*>wn to housework about world ried too young and miss out on the fun of being .^ot loose ; what is happening to the and babies. Yet I sometimes fear . I don't want to get mar- if l don't get married soon I may never get the chance. and fancy free. I keep telling Now you can shampoo permanent color into your hair! Helena Rubinstein's dramatic new discovery in hair coloring! Not a rinse, but natural-looking color that stays in until your hair grows out! You can change your hair color! Lighten, darken or enrich it! Cover gray completely! Just mix Tintillate with peroxide and shampoo it in! There's no tedious sectioning. It's that easy! 18 glorious shades! "I 50 -L plui lax "Don't just tint your hair—TINT ILL ATE r MORRIS DRUG STORE 312 N. Main Garden City, Ks. OR 6.3231 All this talk about atomic war is very scarey. Most people think it will never happen but nobody knows for sure. It could happen by accident, now that the smaller countries are working it out by themselves. And then we read so much about the population explosion. Will I be pushed into the sea by masses of people? Will I starve because the earth will be unable to produce enough food for everyone? I know you can't predict the future, but do you think I'm worrying about things that are silly? — MISS SEVENTEEN Dear Miss Seventeen: Worry takes time and energy. It is debilitating and bootless. To sit around and s'tew about a nuclear war or the population explosion is silly since you have no control over these matters. Each of us must pray and work for peace because the alternative is unimaginable. Life without faith is meaningless. We must live each day as if we know introduce her, Ann, !s becaus I have a rotten memory. I can' remember names to save m soul. After two drinks I do well to remember my own. So please print this letter anc get me off the hook. My friend probably think I'm a slob. Littl do they know I am a fine gentle man with a lousy memory. — BUCK Dear Buck: For people wh can't remember names (an their names are legion) may suggest the following: Instead of ignoring your wif turn to her and say, "Honey, I' like you to meet some goo friends of mine." Then turn t your friends and say, "This i: my wife Kay." The fact yoi have not mentioned their name will probably go unnoticed, part; cularly if the little woman i quick on the uptake. Even if i is noticed, it's better thaa allow ing your wife to stand arounc like a clothing store dummy. DEAR * ANN * LANDERS: Th letter about the retarded chil prompts me to write my firs letter to a newspaper. I'm a woman in my 60's but I sti suffer from anxieties which starl ed in childhood because my par ents were ignorant on this sub ject. I'm not blaming them, be tomorrow will come. Because it usually does. DEAR ANN*LANDERS: The ! ca " se '• everyone else was ignor letter from the woman who com- j * nt ' to °- In fthos <r d «^ ^tie wa plained because her husband did kno ™. about retarded children not introduce her to anyone when [ B .°th my stepsister and step they went out socially sounds brother w " e born Wlth bral like nrv wife wrote it EvStuS Th^siw is true. She does stand there like a cigar store Indian while I shake hands themor all around. The reason I don't Calendar of Social Events TDBSDAI EVENING BELLES HDU — 7:30 in. Mrs. Melvln Holmes, 308 Davis. REREKAH LODGE — 7:30 p.m. dd, Fallow Hall. Assembly reports. ofroflhmenls AAUW MENTAL HEALTH SUuly rmip — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Cocil Wrls- n. S06 N. 7(h. JUCO — 7:30 -10:30 p.m. Civic enter. ..... WKPNESDAY TODAYS MOTHERS CLUB — 7 .m. Party for luisbniuls. Mrs. Rob. rt John, 1107 Bancroft. Bring table ervlce. STAR CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Hyde DlbbKiH, 510 N. 4th. MARTS STELLA — 2 pm. Mm. [enry Weldon. 922 Center. Note hanse of meeting. BPW CLUB — 6:30 p.m. Luau Inn. all Mabel' Adams. 6-5497. Dr. RlcJi- rd Gribble, world traveler, guest PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOUR — 10 10:4B n.m. Public Library. Readers Irs. Milton Roberts and Mrs. Leon Ramsey. . BANNER HDU — 1:30 p.m. 4-H iiiildhig. Hostesses. Mrs. J. K. Duna- nnt and Mrs. Arthur Murphy. NITE LITES HDU — 7:30 p.m Mrs Ellis Crlflt, Eminence Rt. SALMAGUNDI — 2 p.m. Mrs. H. M Wiley, Lincoln Rond. 8th nnd 9th ORADE — Until 9:30 .m. nfter the Scott City same. Civic FINNEY COUNTY PARK FISH AND GAME — 7:30 p.m. Civic Cent- CQMMUNITY CIRCLES One «ic! wo — i p.m. Fellowship Hall. Salad uncheon. Brlnpr table service. Th<< Rev. Charles O. Burchnrdt, Newton, speaker. FRIll AT NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Club — 2 p.m. Mrs. Frank West. 2615 C. PLYMELL LADIES AID — 12:30 p m. Russell Hall. Brlnp salad and able pen-ice. Mrs. Ruth Ball; spealt- r Everyone Invited. LAPM and Canton — 8 p.m. TOOF Hall. MINERVA CLASS of the First Methodist Church — 9:30 p.m. coffee. WesleV Ilnll. HOMEMAKBRS CHORUS — 2 p. htirr.h of the Brethren. OLD TIMERS — 1-4 p.m. Civic HIGH SCHOOL — Until 11:30 p.m after the Great Bend H.S. game. Civ- c Center. Harmony HDU Elects Officers Election of officers was the highlight of the Friday afternoon meeting of the Harmony Home Demonstration Unit meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles E Staley, 408 N. 5th. Mrs. Harry Harms was elected president; Mrs. Kenneth Render son, vice-president; Mrs. Orlam Terhune, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Staley, reporter. Devotions were given by Mrs Henry Stowers and Mrs. Herb Mickell was the assisting hostess Mrs. C. J. Degentert received the hostess gift. Halloween motifs were used in decoration and members eacl told her favorite song as rol call respome. Mrs. Harms discussed the les son on home furnishings for th 16 present. Netx meeting will be at thi 4-H Building, Nov. 30 at 1 p.m The frozen foods lesson will b given by Mrs. Elsie Branden Finney County Home Economic apent. Arts and crafts workcho will be Oct. 29-30 at the 4-H budld ing. Marriage Announced Elaine Williams and Mrs. Ireni Kesinger exchanged marriagt vows Ounday evening at 4:30 p.m in Baker Chapel of the Firs Christian Church. The Rev. Arthur F. Flemin officiated. Attendants were Mr and Mrs. Henry Stowers, 509 N 13th. • Mr. and Mrs. Williams are a home at 1110 N. llth, in Garden City. New Modes Seen af AAUW Tea Telegram Photo Approimately 135 attended the tea and program given Saturday afternoon in the Fellowship Hall of the First Methodist Church by the American Assn. of University Women. Among the models in the style show were from left. Miss Norma Burdue, attired in a black tea dress from me Town Shop; Doris Campbell, wearing a blue casual dress from McDonald's and Nancy Sowers, appearing in fall frolic attire from Anthony's. Mrs. Bowe Elected By Gleeful HDU Mrs. Harold. Bowe was elected president of the Gleeful Homemakers Home Demonstration Unit Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sal Goscha, Rt. 1. Other officers elected included Mrs. Al Steckledn, vice-president; Mrs. Ed Knoll, secretary; Mrs. Richard Wastager, treasurer and Mrs. Leonard Franz, reporter. Election and business meeting wa s conducted by club unit president, Mrs. Ben Linenberger. Mrs. Stockleln gave the lesson on accessories in the home and emphasized the importance of well constructed furniture and different styles and colors. Each member told the next item she would like to have in her home. The Christmas show will be Dec. 2 at the Civic Center. The Nov. 28 meeting will be at the 4-H building in conjunction with the Banner and Sequoyah nmits at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Elcie Branden Finney County home economics agent, will give a lesson and demonstration on frozen foods at that time. — Order Christmas Holly at your door from a Jr. Kayette. -23 Dr, Williams Speaks for Salmagundi Dr. David I. Williams, dean of Garden City Junior College, spoke on "Education's Changing Face" as guest speaker for 20 members of the Salmagundi Club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. H. Callhan, 724 Center, "One out of every four starting to college this fall started in a junior college," he commented. "More adults than ever before are talcing advantage of educa. tional opportunities," he informed the group. Special music was given by a trio Mrs. Maurice Lindner, Mrs. Claude Robinson and Mrs. Milton Roberts who sang "Little Red Schoolhousc" and "I Love Geography. "Mrs. R. H. Caliha'h, Jr., was accompanist. Mrs. H. M. Wiley, Lincoln Road, will 'be hostess for the meeting Wednesday at 2 p.m. Pastry made with flour and cornmeal is fine to use when you want a topping for a deep-dish fish and vegetable pie. GRFATBT YOU — Pick Your Choice... •MMHMMM^^B^MMl * WE'LL — Handle Financing! INVESTMENT CO., INC. 203 E, Laurel Garden City, Kansas BR 6-6671 ] ( damage. They were permitte * ™" wild < like , an ; ma ' s : N « a was ">«*» to disciplin p , J^ m any " lmg .. ™*y, thank God, we know that these children can be disciplined and taught, depending on the degree of retardation. So, please, Ann, keep urging parents to seek professional help. It can make a world of difference to the retarded one as well as to other members of the family. - ORLANDO HEARTACHE Dear Heartache: Thank you for the letter. For those who want information, it can be obtained free by writing to: National Association for Retarded Children, Inc., 38(5 Park Ave. South, New York 16, New York. 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PEO Chapter FF Has Deerfield Meeting Friday Mrs. Maurice Downing, Deerfield was hostess to 16 members of chapter FF of PEO, Friday afternoon, and three guests, Mrs. Ernest Gerber, Mrs. William James and Mrs. Henry VanDoren Assisting hostess wa s Mrs. Walt> er Holmstrom. An International Peace scholarship which was contributed by seven area PEO chapters will enable a foreign student to come to this country for a year of advance college study. Mrs. Tom Saffell was in charge of the program and Vice-president, Mrs. W. T. Rooney, Jr., conducted the meeting. The Nov. 2 meeting will be with Mrs. Ray Calilian ,at 1:30 p.m. in her home at 724 Center. CASH 8 CARRY LUMBER CO., INC. 1516 E. Fulton Garden City, Ks. DuPont Paints NOW SHOWING A new comedy that roars witn comedy.., GIGYNG-AUDW Plus Color Cartoon— News Boxoffice Opens 7:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. STARTS FRIDAY! A new adventure comedy— SATURDAY 2:00 P.M. IT'S A BIG COSTUME PARTY FOR YOU KIDS! 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