Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 24, 1962 · Page 9
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WSCS Circles Study Prayer, Self Denial Circles of the Woman's Society was Mrs. Earl Brooks. Mrs. : of Christian Service of Hie First F,i/a Caldwell used Psalms 10(5 Methodist Church met Thurs- for Hie devotions. Mrs. F. S. Had- j day. Subject of the devotions was | ov presented the lesson on World • the Week of Prayer and Self- vvi.-ip Missions. Next hostess will; Denial. Afternoon meetings were v, P Mrs. .1. E. Dale, Warner Tor- '• held in homes: Nineteen members of the Mar- Mrs. Roscoe Waldorf assisted 1 ion Conrow circle met with Mrs .' ?,f, R . Wilbur Morris with the; Rulh Ruckel. Mrs. Paul fMiirie urnha Kiny circle meeting. Six-; and Mrs. John Brihiesca assisted. | een members were present. Mrs. Mrs. William Rapp presented Hugh Melcalf was a guest. Mrs. I devotions. A skit on the National, o R. Bowling gave devotions, \ Council of Churches was given ! Mrs. Abe Hubert led the lesson ! by Mrs-. Paul Tlantla with Mrs. OM "United Efforts." A skit was Lester Clark and Mrs. Ovid liar- s j v en by Mrs. Hubert. Mrs. Byrl i man assisting. Mrs. Emil Land-' staley and Mrs. ,T. T. Lear en-i graft and Mrs. Anna Ruth Me-• titled "National Council of; Cart were welcomed as new: Churches." Mrs. Lee Kemper, j members. Mrs. Hantla was a r,o8 N. 6th, will be the November ' ouest. Next meeting will be with , hostess. j Mrs. Wilbur Batchelder, 207 N. '•• ' ! titli | Eighteen Ruth Marie Cox cir-; i cle members met with Mrs. An-' Jean Marie Powell circle met drew Erhart. Mrs. Fielding with Mrs. Ivan Baldwin. Co-host- Hands, co-hostess, included her esses were Mrs. Ada Kitch and i original golden horseshoe roll, ! Mrs. Henry Stowers. Devotions j n the refreshments served. A: were led by Mrs. Edith Bennie. worship center using a picture.; "United Efforts" was the topic : am , fall decorations was fur- '• of the lesson presented by Mrs. ' n j s he c l by Mrs. Erhart. A'rs. Jess ! Nellie Dewey. Sixteen members j Murdock presented devotions, j were present. j The lesson presented by Mrs. j : Clyde Dibbens, assisted by Mrs. 1 Mrs. Hugh Hawk was hostess: Fielding Hands and Mrs. Ray- for seventeen members of the j m ond Heer. was a play about Janette Crawford circle. Mrs. C. ; the National Council of Churches. A. Smith and Mrs. George Metz i jj rs _ B. E. Adamson, 1011 Evans, assisted. Mrs. Jim Stoner's devo-; w ilj'be the next hostess, t'.onal theme was "Missions". ! j Mrs. John Cromwell. Mrs. James Mary Belle Oldridge evening j Patterson and Mrs. Nellie Burns ! circ le met with Mrs. Ernest' gave the lesson on th e World: proudfit. Mrs. Ralph Patterson Council of Churches. Mrs. Nellie ! assisted. Mrs. Esther Roberts led Burns. 1403 N. 8th, will be hostess ! the devotions and Mrs. Edna I for the Nov. meeting. i Weiser, assisted by Mrs. Proud-! i fi: and Mrs. Patterson, presented j Twenty.one Emma Wilson cir- ; the lesson on the National Coun-j cle members met with Mrs. j c j] O f Churches. Eight members I Glenn Haas. Mrs. Oliver Huff- vvere present to hear Mrs. Kauffman and Mrs. Charles Hooper 11)an discuss the channels that assisted. Mrs. John Kinclschi pre- j are open to "Deepen the Chan- sented devotions. Mrs. Kenneth | nc i s to Peace". Mrs. Wayne Henderson and Mrs. Purl Hams Newsome. 902 Anderson, will be gave the lesson. The new class i th« next hostess, on the Rim of Asia "Who Cares", j concerning handicapped people, i Seventeen E t We I Homfeldt is to start Oct. 30 at 9:30 a.m. i members met with Mrs Alvin in Fellowship Hall with Mrs.! L owe Mrs B. F. Hoisted assist- Leroy Hood as instructor. Mrs. ec ] M rs Darwin Riggs gave dev- Guy Rhodes, 307 W. Elm, will ot j. ons a 'nd the lesson on the Na- We e kend visitors in Wichita were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, 407 Magnolia, who were guests of her mother, Mrs. Junie Smellage. Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Nellie Burns and son Willie, 1403 N. 8th, were Mrs. Gertie Mosely and Mrr,. Anna Gavin of Wichita who were here on business. Spending the weekend in Pittsburg were Mr. and Mrs. Elwayne Brady, 802 Summit. They visited, Earl Brady, a brother of El- Wayne, who is attending Pittsburg State College. Mrs. Fred Ramirez and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hough ton were in Emporia Saturday and Sun- clay visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn, 704 Garden City Ave., returned from Tulsa Tuesday, where they attended the funeral of Chesley C. Herndon. Mr. Herndon until his ivcent retirement was chief .counsel and executive vice-preeident of Skelly Oil Co. for more than 35 years. He was an uncle of James M. Dunn. Mrs. Herndon was formerly Ethel Durai, a former Garden Citian. be hostess for the next meeting. tional Council of Churches was i given by Mrs. Merle Wentworth, Gertrude Byler members met I Mrs Fay Hatfield and Mrs. Ger- with Mrs. Andrew Larson, Sr.! a i d - R e ifschneider. Guests were Mrs. Clyde Hiebert was co-host-1 Mrs. Fred Wallace of Oklahoma ess. Mrs. Clinton Grouse gave \ city and Mrs. John King, Gar- devotions. "United Efforts" les- den City The next meeting will son was presented by Mrs. Glenn be at the Experiment Station with Voth, assisted by Mrs. 0. Brech- ! Mls Clifford Culbertson, at 7:30 eisen and Mrs. Grouse. Twenty | m ' two members were present and Mrs. Bruce Trent was welcomed to the circle. Mrs. Delia Hands, 508 N. 9th, will be the next hostess. Ten Ethel Calkins members met with Mrs. Leona Henderson. Co-hostess was Mre. Cleo Lowe. "Love Thy Enemies" was the theme of devotions presented by lv a Conner circle meeting was I Mrs. Wayne Douglass. The les- opened with a poem by Mrs. Joe J S on on "United Efforts" was giv- Vanderweide. Mrs. A. J. Longley ! en by Mrs. Lloyd Joyce and Mrs. presented devotions. For the les-1 Ralph Greathouse. A card show- son on National Council of j er is planned for Mrs. Earl Cripe Churches and UNICEF Mrs. Don ! who is in a hospital in Wichita. Peckham gave a talk. Sixteen j The November meeting will be members met with Mrs. Harold | with Mrs. Wayne Douglass, 517 Collier. Mrs. Forrest Cox assist-! Summit.' *d. Mrs. C. R. Brown of Hal-! Thirteen members of the Ther- stead, was a guest. Mrs. Clyde , esa Lorenz circle met with Mrs. Mercer, 901 Center, will be the G. -T. Adams, Holcomb. Co-hos- November hostess. tesses were Mrs. Russell McCart and Mrs. Nellie Wonderhch. Eighteen Barbara Kurtz mem- i "Faith" was the theme of the de- bers met with Mrs. Harold Kley- Votions by Mrs. J.K. Dunavant. steuber. Mrs. Harbaugh of Rus-: A playlet on the World Council sell and Mrs. Myrtle Henkle, j of Churches was presented by Wichita, were 'guests. Co-hostess • Mrs. George Burton, Mrs. Duna- Evangelism Service? Conducted The Rev. George Smith, pastor of the El Dorado, Foursquare Church will be preaching at 7:30 p.m. at the Foursquare Church at 1311 New York Ave., each night this week through Sunday. Reverend Smith is a graduate of the Foursquare Bible School a': Los Angeles, Calif., and has been conducting evangelistic services in the Midwest district. He has also been pastor of churches at Neosho, Mo., Abilene, and is now the pastor at El Dorado, besides holding the office of District Superintendent of Foursquare Churches of eastern Kansas. The Rev. Clarence Murphy, pastor of the local Foursquare Church, invites the public to attend these services. Halloween Party Slated at Center Halloween night at the Civic Center Will feature the Counts dance band for 8th and 9th graders. The Rotary Club is financing the band. Eight adult couples will assist from the Rebekahs, Odd Fellows, Eastern Star, and Masons. Parents are urged to be prompt in getting the children after the dance. Page 10 Garden City Tclogrnm Wednesday, Oct. 24, 1962 Calendar of Social Events ........ WEDNESDAT TODAYS MOTHERS CLUB — 7 p.m. .Party for husbands. Mrs. Rob. ert John, 1107 Bancroft. Bring table service. BPW CLUB — 6:30 p.m. Luau Tnn. Call Mabel Adams, 6-5497. Dr. Richard Qrlbble, world traveler, guest sneaker. 8th end flth GRADE — TIntll 9:30 p.m. after the Scott City game. Civic Center. FINNE7 COUNTY PARK FI9IT AND GAME — 7:30 p.m. Civic Ccnt- "cOMMUNITT CIRCLES One a'nd T WO — i p.m. Fellowship Ilnll. Salad luncheon. Bring table service. The Rev. Charles O. Burchardt, Newton, speaker. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Worn. en's Assn. meeting — 2 p.m. Stewart Parlor. PIERCEVILLE HOT — 2 p.mi Mrs. Melvln Mott. FRIDAY NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Club — 2 p.m. Mrs. Frank West, 2615 C. PLYMELL LADIES AID — 12:30 p.m. Russell Hall. Bring salad and table service. Mrs. Ruth Ball, speaker. Everyone Invited. LAPM and Canton — 8 p.m. IOOF Hall. MINERVA CLASS of the First M«tho<Iist CTiurch — 9:30 p.m. coffee. Wesley Hall. HOMEMAKRRS CHORUS — 2 p.m. Church of the Brethren. OLD TIMERS — 1-4 p.m. Civic SCHOOL — Until 11:30 p.m. after the Great Bend U.S. game. Civic Center. DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN Revolution — 2 p.m. Mrs. Gay C. Smithe 10 P 6 AST MATRONS CLUB of OES — 6-30 p m. Covered dish supper. Mrs. Ail-drew Hummer. 2308 Tonio. BARBARA ANN GARDINER To Be December Bride Mr. and Mrs. Mervin F. Gardiner, Rt. 1, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Barbaria Ann, to Jerry Keith Spears, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Jack D. Spears, Alex, Okla. The wedding is to be an event of Dec. 29 at 8 p.m. in the First Methodist Church with the Rev. E.P. Rogers officiating. The bride-to-ibe is a graduate of Garden City High School, and a member of the 1962 graduating class of Oklahoma College for Women, Chickasha, Okla. She served as president of the student government, was elected Miss OCW, and was elected to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. She was a member of the Eche Sa Social Club. At present she is employed as a home economics teacher in the Kern County Union High School District, Bakersfield, Calif. ' Her fiance was graduated from Alex High School and attended Central State College. He is presently employed with Peter Kie- wiiltt Construction Co. in Oklahoma City. After the wedding the couple will reside in Bakersfield, Calif. Your Problems vant and Mrs. John Wampler. Mrs. T ft o r n t o n Coen was in charge of the prayer service preceding the meeting. Mrs. Plumb Carl will be in charge of the prayer service next month. Mrs. Gene Holloway, 801 Davis, will be hostess. — bv Ann Landers — DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm the day after high school gradu- ' positive my next-door neighbor ( ation. She was an honor student 1 is killing my shrubs which grow; and passed up a four-year schol- 1 along the fence d i v i d i n g our arship to marry an 18-year-old j property. •, kid who worked in a filling sta- j Our yard is much prettier than i tion - Yo « a re a mother, too, Ann, ! her s and she is jealous. I've so I don't have to tell_you what a heard her mak e derogatory remarks about "grass-goofy morons'' who spend a lot of time babying their lawns. \^OOK PLYMELL HALLOWEEN Party — 7-,'iO p.m. PlymelV Community House. 'Sponsored by Golden Rule HDU. Everyone invited. MONDAY SR. HIGH SCHOOL COUNCIL re- prese'ntntlvps — 7 a.m. breakfast with City Recreation Commission at Warren Hotel. Mrs. Beckwith Tells of Hawaii 'Mrs. James Beckwith reviewed "Kaiulani" by Nancy Webb and Francis Webb at the American Assn. University Women's meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Frank Felrlman, S. Star Rt. The book pertained to Hawaiian royalty and described the system from crown princes of Hawaii to democracy. Mrs. Walter Wolf. 2110 N. 7th, will be hostess for the next meeting. Mrs. Arthur Stone will review "Kunz." i Elks Couples List Winners The Garden City Elks Couples Club played bridge Tuesday night in the Elks Hall with 11 tables of players attending. Placing high for the men were Hoy Etlitiig and Manford Kimberly. Whining high scores among the women were Mrs. Lawrence Strackeljohn and Mrs. Henry Wolley. Hosts for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. P.O. Michel and Mr. and Miis. Ed Lewis. orner TUNA HALF-MOON TURNOVERS 1 7-ounee cm tuna . * Vi cup ripa olives, pitted, chopped 1 tablespoon butter V» cup milk 1 tablespoon flour ' " f Vt cup shredded Swiss cheese IVa teaspoon Instant minced onion Vi teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce V4 cup chopped green pepper Cut olives in large pieces. Melt butter, blend in flour. Add milk gradually. Cook and stir until thickened. Add seasonings and cheese. Heat. Then blend in tuna and green pepper. CRUST 1 ID-ounce package pie crust mix Prepare pie crust according to directions. Roll to Vs inch thickness. Cult 8 six inch circles. Put spoonfuls of tuna mixture on center of each circle. Fold pastry circle in half. Moisten edges and seal with lines of fork. With pancake.turner place on cookie sheet. Prick tops with fork and bake at 450 degrees until golden brown. Serve hot with -mushroom sauce. MUSHROOM SAUCE 1 lOVa-ounce can cream of mushroom soup 1/3 cup milk Heat together, stirring to blend. MES M. C. FRASER FORMOSA (Send your favorite recipe to the Cook's Corner. Each recipe which Is puNished will earn a $1 prize for the contributor. Recipes will be judged on the basis of reader interest or originality. They may be taken from a cook book or magazine, but the source should be given and should not be a current issue.) heartbreak this was for us. Now, five years l<.ter, she has two children and a husband who drinks on the job and sometimes A few days ago I had the nur- doesn't get home at night. We seryman out to find out why the shrubs by the fence keep dying. He told me they are being spray- knew after the first six months her marriage wouldn't work. Last night she came over and AUCTION Tuesday, October 30th, 2:30 p.m. ed with some sort of chemical. I told her father and me she is This neighbor works part-time at through with him. jihe^ wants_ to a chemical plant and would have ' easy access to materials which the average person could not ob- The property located at 607 Pennsylvania will be offered for auction, the lot 5j 50x140, the house is 26x36 feet. Stucco over block construction, there are two bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, these are all large rooms, the floors all have covering, some new this summer. New hot water heater.' The back yard is well sodded, and there is plenty of shade. It is a good school location being one block from the Jones and'Juco schools and four blocks from the parochial school. There is no loan at the present time on this property. If you need a loan s<ee us and we will help .arrange one. This will make a nice home, or an excellent rental for an investor. You may inspect this property by calling, 6-6712 days or 6-3446 evenings. The terms are 25% down the day of sale, balance upon acceptance of title. JOHN COLLINS AGENCY 113 E. Laurel AUCTIONEER — REAL ESTATE Garden City, Kansas Ph. BR 6-6712 tain. How can I make her stop this terrible practice without coming right out and accusing' her? — NEIGHBOR, TROUBLES Dear Neighbor: Since the nurseryman seems to have substantiated your suspicions I suggest you present the facts. Don't accuse her outright. Simply explain that the nurseryman told you the shrubs are dying because of a chemical spray. Ask her to please be more careful with "that stuff" she is using. She'll get the picture. come home with the two children and 'go to work full time. This means I would have to give up my church work and social life to take care of her youngsters, the pat- to start raising her family. My husband says she made her bed and now we should let her lie in it. I hate to turn my back on her when she needs me. Please advise. — Dear Torn: Meet your daughter half way. Let her come home with the understanding that she must hire help to take care of her children if she prefers to go to work. In my opinion she would be getting more of a break than she's * * * entitled to. DEAR ANN LANDERS: May-| , f a|coho| .. robbi you or be I am being overly sensitive go . fl , Qve of hca j th and about something that shouldn t d| ft send f Ann Lan(Jers matter, but it drives m e crazy book , et ,, Hel Fm . The Akoh . I'm a good cook and I go out of olj „ enclosing , with your re . my way to have nice mea s for j t ^ jn coin j gejf . ™ y _ h ^L >L! "uSl l "?l ler . " ! addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Land<jrs be , d to nor underweight either In fact he could lose 20 pounds and it hel with problems. wouldn't hurt him a bit. | g ^ to , . care f ^ Whenever we go over to his | newsaper enclosing a stamped, mother's house (which is about self . addresse d envelope. three nights a week) he says ; "H e 1 1 o, Ma" — and heads straight for her refrigerator. It can be 10 minutes after he has finished a big meal at home but i i he acts as if he is starving. j His mother 'gives me a look that says, "Why don't you feed my son? He's always hungry." It burns me up. Why does he | Demonstration Unit elected offic do this and what can I do about ! ers Wednesday at the home of : '° " L ' Auf Mrs. Gerald Becker, 1201 N. Kountry Kuiins HDU Elects Mrs. McClure The Kountry Kuzins Home it? --PEARL Dear Pearl: He does this because it's a childhood habit. You know how some kids are — the Main. Next president is Mrs. Frank McClure. Mrs. Becker is vice- president; Mrs. Joe Plett, secre- minute they come from school ! tary-treasurer and Mrs. Charles they imad for the refrigerator, j Brinkmeyer, reporter. I They have had a popsicle, two [ candy bars and an ice cream cone on the way home, yet they have to check to see what else there is to eat. Your husband Mrs. Earl Dougherty presided for the eight attending. The second part of the lesson on home furnishings was given by Mrs. Leroy Cooley who especially never outgrew the habit and he j stressed types of wood. : probably never will. Sa give up. ! Christmas gift ideas were discussed. Tlie hostess gift went to * * * Mrs. Cooley. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Five | Next meeting will be Nov. 21 years ago our daughter, who was ; at the 4-H building. Hostess will i then 17, ran off and got married i be Mrs. Dale Dickeuson. NOW SHOWING A new comedy that roars with comedy ... «6'AfRBfME4DOB. Plus Color Cartoon — News Boxoffice Opens 7:00 p.m. 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! Swell Prizes Awarded to Boy or Girl with Most Original Costume 3-month pass • 2-month pass 1 -month pass - 2-week pass and six one-week passes Join the fun ... see this big screen hit. . . 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