Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 11
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Church Briefs The Luther League of St. James Lutheran Church will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. G- Kensinger, on Sunday evening at a Halloween Party in the church basement. All the youth of the congregation are invited to attend, this special. program. Mr- Kensinger serves as chairman of St., James congregation. A Youth for Christ Rally is scheduled for Saturday night at 7:30. p.m. in the Little Theater of the Scott City High School. Teenagers from this area will al«o participate in the many phases of the rally. Bruce Washburn, Denver, Colo., -is club director for Denver Youth for Christ and will be the featured speaker. Mr. Washburn i s Midwest Area Club Director for the states of Utah, Texas, Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa. Missouri, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas. The' Rev. and Mrs. Dorsey Rotruck, minister of the Church of the Brethren are in Tire Hill, Pa., where he will be guest speaker at a dedication service for the new sanctuary of the Church of the Brethren Oct. 28. He was a former pastor there for 12 years. Guest speaker at the Garden City Church of the Brethren, Sunday will be the Rev. Howard P. Woertendyke. His topic will be "Go Ye-" Thoma s Graves will be chairman of the worship service. Sunday eyening service will consist of a musical program of various special numbers by the congregation under the direction of Mrs. Ray Shearmire and Mrs. Harold Johnson. The quarter of a million Methodists in Kansas are uniting this fall in a statewide evangelism crusade to begin the second century of The Methodist Church in Kansas. Members of the almost 800 churches in the state will be holding special meetings and calling in homes of the unchurch- ed or inactive in an effort to reach many of the 50 per cent of Kansas citizens who are not Mated to any religious fellowship. From Oct. 26-29, Methodists will be calling on prospects. Youth and adults will share in thi s visitation program, following special training. During Oct*ober and November, each church is having a we"ek of special evangelistic preaching services. The Sunday School teachers of St. James Lutheran Church will attend the Church Workers Institute of the Southwest Kansas Conference, in Rush Center Sunday afternoon. The afternoon and * ~- . ' Initiation Highlights Auxiliary Initiation was the highlight of j the Monday evening meeting of i the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at the Post Home. Four new members initiated were Mrs. Wendle Meier, Mrs. A. J. Noll, Mrs. Don Kerr and Mrs. Eddie Barnes, Rose Naab presid<«i for the 23 attending. Devotions were .given by Mildred Crayton. Cookies wer^ sent, to Wadsworth Vet- erSns Hospital at Leayenworth. A needy veteran family was adopted for Thanksgiving. The .party at Fort Dodge is scheduled for Nov. 1 and .Buddy Poppy Day f r Nov. 10. The next meeting will be Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. FERTILIZE your lawn, now, Indian-Summer, poor man's friend. Finnup Seed Store. —27 evening institute will serve as an educational conference to help teachers improve their methods and ihaterials in classes in the local church. S'xty local youth attended the Halloween party of the local Youth for Christ group Saturday night. The "Spookarama" including bones, noises and spooks took place in the basement at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Terry Tyler, 509 N. 2nd. Reverend Tyler is the area Youth for Christ diirector. The group, went to the Alta Brown School for games and refreshments. Mrs. Paul Hantl* of Garden City, attended a luncheon at the Commodore Hotel in New York City yesterday for the benefit of the International Christian University in Japan. The occasion is the -Seventh Annual LunfcTieon of the Women's Planning Committee of the Japan International Christian Univer- s i t y Foundation. A to o u t 900 church, civic, and educational leaders will attend this event.: Mrs. Hantla, whose husband is pastor of the First Methodist Church is attending a meeting of United Church Women in New York. Page 11 Oarilon Ctty Tetagrnm ^aturday, October 27, 1962 Gamma Mus Give Costume Dinner Dance Mrs. Clarke Culbreath, 2601 N. Main, was chosen by the Gamma Mu chapter of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority to represent them as the outstanding woman of the 'year. The dinner meeting to honor pledges was given Saturday night at the Luau Inn. Pledges are Mrs.. Ancel Zeyen, Jame s Kostreva, Gene Reed, Russell Farnsworth, and William D. Stegmeier. New members by transfer are Mrs. Phil Mehringer and Mrs. Leon Trissal. . Palm treqs, grass hut s and leis decorated the Luau Inn for the dinner dance with husbands as guests. Members wore Hawaiian costumes and sat on the floor at a .long, table, Hawaiian style for the dinner accompanied by Hawaiian music. Dance numbers were given by Marie School of Dance. Dancing to recorded music completed the evening for the 34 attending. The pledge ceremony will be conducted Nov. 12 at 8 p.m- 9fh District Directbr Visits Holcomb BPW Mrs. Nancy Thomas, Bucklin, ninth district director of the Business and Professional Women's clubs, made her official visit to the Holcomb BPW Monday night in the Little Theater of the Holcomb High School. She displayed the prize winning gong which was won by the ninth district for getting tire most new BPW members the past year. It was presented to Mrs. Thomas at stale convention. Miss Ruth Hacking, president of the Holcomb BPW, tapped the winning gong to open the meeting. She gave the highlights of the national BPW convention which she attended in Los An- geles, Calif., last summer while on vacation. "Each member who gets a new member is entitled to wear a jewel above the emblem," Nancy Thomas said in her talk on membership a,nd leadership. The Halloween motif was used in t'iie decor by the hostesses Mrs. Lena Carl and Jennie Wilson. Special .guests present were Mrs. Nellie Redfield, Mrs. Claire Runft and Mrs. Etl>el Estcs, all of Bucklin and Mrs. Carol Ingraham, Holcomb. Members attending were Faye Riggs, Beverly McLaughHn, Argy Bell Wilson, Blanche McCart, Nellie Wondcr- licli, Hazel McGonigle and Bess Hartman. orner CARAMEL APPLE UPSIDE DOWN CAKE 2 cups unpeeled thick apple slices 28 candy caramels V4 cup milk 1 recipe small cake mix or 1/2 Urge mix or recipe Butter a nine inch square cake pan. Cover bottom with apple slices. Melt caramels with milk over slow heat. Pour caramel mixture over apples. Next add cake batter. Bake in preheated oven.at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Cut in squares and serve with whipped cream. ANNETTE BYBR INGALLS »I • LE'S NO RECORD Robert Dole's record is one of opposition and obstructionism. He has voted "NO" on agri- cuff ure ... on space ... on education ... on important efemenfs of the Nation's Anti- Commumsm program. He has FAILED to offer a POSITIVE PROGRAM. He is content to criticize ... to oppose .. .to obstruct. DOLE Voted "A/O" on ... BREEDING Voted "Y£S" on . YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES $2 wheat Voluntary feed grain program Voluntary wheat program School lunch and school milk programs Classrooms and laboratories for colleges and universities PL 480 funds for exports of wheat and feed grains Rural electrification and rural telephone $1.15 an hour wage for workers Gleaning up polluted rivers Space research and development.. .three weeks before- the Russians put a man into multiple orbit Mutual security, Alliance for Progress, Trade Expansion Act, and other bi-partisan measures to combat Communism Legislation to regulate labor union pension and welfare funds $4 a month increase for old age assistance to the disabled and blind Extension of aid to children of unemployed parents Increasing the amount recipients of social security can earn without forfeiting their payments Establishment of rehabilitation programs to get people off relief rolls and back on payrolls ' Area and rural redevelopment programs Creation of the Peace Corps NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO The Big First District Needs POSITIVE, FORWARD-LOOKING LEADERSHIP Re-elect J FLOYD BREEDING TO CONGRESS FROM THE FIRST DISTRICT .««dlng IM CongrtM Club, Norbtrt Dreiling, Hoyi, Kon«., and Hnrold Hard, ColdwaUr, Ko«., Co-CholrntM (Pol, Ad«4

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