Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, October 27, 1962
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Page 9 Garden City Telegram Saturday. October 27, 1962 Marriage Solemnized In Raton The Baptist Church in Raton, N.M., was the scene ol the marriage of Mrs. Mary Neweom'b with Paul Green, both of Garden City. Officiating for the ceremony was the Rev. C. A. Kennedy. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Unger. of Raton. The bride wore a frock of pale blue wool jersey in a sheath style, a matching pale blue hat and a gardenia corsage. In Trinidad, Colo., they had the wedding dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith. The newlyweds are at .:ome at 701 N. 6th. They are the owners oi Oscar's Cafe. Mrs. Hudspeth Leads Lesson on 'Frost the Poet 1 "Robert Frost — the Poet" was the topic co-ordinated Monday afternoon by Mrs. R. L. Hudspeth for 17 members of the Acorn Club. Mrs. Hudspeth reviewed the article "His Power and Glory" concerning Frost and gave a character sketch HE the man who is now 83 years old and has poems published in 23 countries. Mrs. Ruth Ruckel gave the biography of Robert Frost, "The Gift Outright", which he gave at President Kennedy's inaugural. Mrs. W. S. Trebilcock explained what prompted Frost to write. She read several of his poems. Members discussed poetry which they enjoy. Hostess was Mrs. John Robinson, 907 Theron, and the presiding officer was Mrs. Clyde Mercer. Mrs. Ruth Ruckel will be hostess for the Oct. 29 meeting at 2:33 p.m. in her home, 805 N. 5th. Mrs. Fielding Hands Wins Award With 'Golden Horseshoe Rolls Mrs. Fielding Hands, first place winner in the bread division of the Kansas State Grange baking contest was given a de-humidifier at the awards luncheon Tuesday i:i Emporia. Mrs. Gladys Hubbard placed third and won an electric iron. Attending the banquet Monday night were Mrs. Herbert Boland who is on the home economics Delta Mus Choose Mrs. Swenson Mrs. Kenneth Swenson was chosen outstanding girl of the year from'the Delta Mu chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha at the meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Walter W. Snell, 1102 Pershing. Husbands of members and Mrs. Juanita Kerr were guests at the Halloween costume party. Halloween decorations were used and the centerpiece was of bronze and yellow chrysanthemums. A scavenger hunt was included in the evening activities. New year books were distributed among the members. Suggestions for Halloween Supper Make brownies from a mix, if you are short on time, and then add a quickly-prepared frostiug. . Beef Sbew with Potatoes and Carrots Hot Biscuits Salad Bowl Orange-frosted Brownies Beverage ORANGE-FROSTED BROWNIES V cup frozen orange juice concentrate (thawed) Vfe cup butter or margarine (melted) 3Vi cups sifted confectioners' sugar Blend orange juice concentrate with melted butter. Stir in confectioners' sugar, about 1 cup at a time, beating until smooth. Makes enough frosting for two 8-inch square pans of brownies. Decorative faces may be added with chocolate bits. board of the Kansas Slate Grange, and Mrs. A. G. Warren and Mrs. Hands. Mrs. Warren is the local Grange home economics chairman. Going as voting delegates from Flnney County were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woodard. The regional contest baking results will be announced in November. Mrs. Hands won with this original recipe: , GOLDEN HORSESHOES Made with milo ^lour, mild molasses and active moist cake yeast. Step One — Mix together and sel aside until lukewarm, % cup milk, 3 tablespoon!) melted shortening, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 1 tablespoon mild molasces, 1 teaspoon salt. Step Two — Dissolve together and set aside, 2 cakes active moist yeast, W cup lukewarm water, 2 tablespoons sugar. Step Three — H4 cups milo flour, 2V4 cups white all purpose flour. Step Four — Beat 1 egg. vUeek on South Main by Jim Sloan We can hear the Russians now: "We will never let American armed forces board one of our glub, glub, g 1 u b." So close to the United Fund goal; but the last is the hardest. Give if you haven't or more if you have and can \ Pretty near hunting season and we ran across this following iteni that we think mighty appropriate: "The challenge to us is nothing less than preservation of our species by restoring and maintaining its essential environment. If we wish to preserve our present way of life we must come to terms with what is left of natural forests, soil, water and wildlife. And it will be on terms laid down by nature, not imposed by us. Any wrong which nature may for centuries commit, she has centuries to repair. But we, whose days are short, must walk warily lest we become the victims of the wasteland we make." from the Wyoming Wildlife. Be a good sportsman while hunting, too. Ask permission to hunt and respect the property you are hunting on after permission is granted. Are you all prepared for Better get ready! 'trick or treat?" Step Five — Mixing Inntruc- tions. Add 1 cup of flour mixture to step one an<l mix well. Add Step Two and Four to, the above mixture and mix well. Add remaining flour, one cup at a time, mixing well after each addition. Turn onto lightly floured board, let stand 10 minutes, then knead well. Place in bow), cover ana let rise until double ir, bulk. Divide dough into three equal parts. Roll out as for cinnamon rolls. Spread with this eg^ white mixture: 3 ogg whites beaten stiff, % cups sugar, I 1 /: teaspoon cinnamon. Sprinkle on IVfe cups chopped dates, 1 oup chopped nuts. Keep egg white mixture one inch away from, edge of dough. Roll up as for cinnamon rolls. Slice, seal the edges and. shape into horseshoes. Cover* Let rise. Bake in a moderate oven for 30 minutes. Frost with a butter frosting and decorate with horseshoes of orange slices when tiic rolls are cool. 80 Attend Junior High MYF Halloween Party Haven't made up my mind completely on all candidates as yet . . . don't know whether some of them are in favor of Lennox Comfort, or not' More than 80 attend>-.. the scavenger hunt and Halloween party of the Junior High Methodist Youth Fellowship Saturday night at the church. . Various sponsored cars took groups on the scavenger hunt. On their return they bobbed for apples and played appropriate party games. The Fellowship Circle devotions was led by the Rev. Don Peckham and Mrs. Fielding Hands. Committee included Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goss and Ramona, | Mr. and Mrs. Roscc Blackford and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Patterson and Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Townsend and Stev., Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Gardiner , and Ted, Mr. and Mrs. Leon i Ramsey and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and Leo, Mr. \ and Mrs. Lloyd Joyce and Vic. Prairie Hens HDU Elects Miss Sharpe Miss Thada Sharpe wa>, elected president of the - Prairie Hens Home Demonstration Unit at the Tuesday night meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Peat, 107 E. Emerson. Mrs. Ivan Schaffcr is /ice- president; Mrs. Th mas Brungardt, secretary; Mrs. Howard Brcchciscn, 'treasurer; and Mrs. Albert Bruggeman, public relations.. Mrs. Eugene Karbcr gave the lesson on furniture selection. She described the different grains of wood, styles to choose froiv- and how to judge well-made furniture. Devotions were given by Mrs. Peat who also presided. The assisting hostess was Mrs. Eugene Karber. The hostess prize was won by Mrs. John Miller, a guest. Mrs. Leonard Ekart was accepted as a new member Oct. 29-30 is the date of the Christmas gift exchange ideas and craft lessons at the 4-H building. Nov. 27 at the 4-H Building will be the frozen food lesson given by Elsie Brandon, County Home Economics agent a* 7:30 p.m. — Rat and mouse exterminators, Warfarin, Cowleys. Finnup Seed Store. —27 Inez-Accessories Attention Teachers: Teach your o students the difference between 2 >- ' N 3 thin and narrow. We. haye no;> u belts which would be described fi Tat thick or thin, but wide ando en arrow, yes. Gobs. Buckle, tie.JJj snap and adhesive closings. Inez-Accessories AUCTION Tuesday, October 30th, 2:30 p.m. The property located at 607 Pennsylvania will be offered for auction, the lot is 50x140, the house is 26x36 feet. Stucco over block construction, there are two bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, thesa 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«e 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. terms are 25% down the day of sale, balance upon acceptance of title. FLOYD MYERS — OWNER JOHN COLLINS AGENCY 113 E. Laurel AUCTIONEER — REAL ESTATE Garden City, Kansas Ph. BR 6-6712

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