Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 30, 1962 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 30, 1962
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BPW Hears Dr. Gribble Speak of Russian People Dr. Richard Gribhle, Dodge City, was girest speaker for 42 members of the Business and Professional Women at their dinner meeting Wednesday night at the Luau Inn. Doctor Gribble discussed his 16 day tour of Russia. He described his talk as the 'viewpoint of an average U. S. citizen about the life of people in Russia." He illustrated, his talk with slides of Russia afi well as slides of the wall in Berlin. He said the American smug belief that the ! American way of life is best and '. should be extended to tie rest i of the world is responsible for I the feeling many countries have | against us. New members received were Mrs. Agnes Concannon and Jua; nita Baughman. i Plane were made for attending leadership conference at Dodge City, Oct. 28. Nancy Thomas, ninth district director, will make her official visit to the Garden City Club, j Nov. 14, 6:30 p.m. at the Luau i Inn. Lutheran Women Attend Fall Rally m Scott City The fall rally of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League was conducted in Scott City Wednesday in the Holy Cross Lutheran Churdi. Serving as delegates from Trinity Lutheran church were Mrs. Jim Wolfe, Mrs. B. W. Jacobs, Mrs. John S. Schweer, Mrs. Eldon Genstenslager and Mrs. William Drees, who is also zone historian; and Mrs. C. 0. Gercken, Kansas vice-president of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League- Others attending from Garden. City were Mmes. Ida Mead, John Jones, Martha Koch, August Koster, John Merz, Herman Mayer, Mrs. Harrison Entertains Regina Coeli Mrs. Dale Harrison, 508 Inge, was hostess Thursday evening to the Regina Coeli Study Club with the assistance of Mrs. Gordon Shaefer. The lesson, "Blessed Mother", was given by Mrs. Shaefer. Mrs. Bob Long became a new member. Secret Sister names were drawn for .the ensuing year. The Thanksgiving luncheon is scheduled for Nov. 15. Hostess for the next meeting will b e Mre. Mike Hoffman, 1014 N. 3rd, on Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. — Fertilize your lawn, now, Indian-Summer, poor man's friend. Finnup Seed Store. —30 On The Screen JOHN ASHLEY SANDRA KNIGHT WEDNESDAY! Starting 11:00 P.M. ALL SEATS $1.00 Telephone BR 6-4A02 Arnold Schweer, Forest Uthe, Mary Uppendahl, Pete Mai, Henry Oeisaking, Delia Brattin, Otto Kirchoff and Miss Martha Marquardt and Miss Dorothea Marquardt. . Mrs. Gercken led a panel on Christian service projects and Mrs. Gestenslager served as one of the Bible leaders from Garden City. The spring rally will be in Ulysses. Patrolman Tells Safety Rules to Cultura Club Highway Patrolman, Gerald Fulwider was guest speaker for 17 members of the Cultura Club a', their meeting last week. "Highway Safety" was his top ic of discussion which was illustrated with two different films. One concerned the cause of accidents, the other a cartoon on careless drivers. Hostess was Mrs. Guy Rhodes, 307 W. Elm. Mrs. Thornton Coen conducted the business session. All members signed a card to be sent to Mrs. Earl Cripe, a member, who is ill in the Wesley Hoepital in Wichita. The next meeting will be at the home of Lucille Joy, 1006 Bancroft, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Henry Hall and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, co-hostesses. — Serve chocolate spuddies to the little Ghosts and Goblins. Spudnut Shop. Special prices. —30 — Rat and mouse exterminators, Warfarin, Cowleys. Finnup Seed Store. —30 Delightful entertainment for the family . . . A story of a tiny outcast and her animal friends . . . It's EUPHANTASTIC! SHOWING MATINEES ONLY THURSDAY—FRIDAY Starting 2:00 p.m. All Seats 50c Teacher's away . . . kiddies can play . . . TREMENDOUS ADVENTURE... ofAf/Ages.. HATARl! L THIS YEAR'S BIG * & EXCITEMENT ,. MOTION PICTURE!^ Now Showing Boxoffice Opens 7:00 ONE PERFORMANCE WEDNESDAY Show Starts 7:30 — Feature Starts 7:50 LATE HALLOWEEN SHOW STARTING 11:00 WED. Paflt & City Telegram Tuesday, October 30,1962 araarapht In Dodge City last night to attend tine reception^ honoring the Sovereign Grand Master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Oakford A. Schalick of New Jersey, were Mr. and Mrs. R. R Marmon, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sturgeon, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Huffmaster, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fraze, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Terhune, Mrs. Mary George, Mrs. Mary Rundell, Clayton Ladwig, and E. G. BrickeU. Returning Sunday night from a week vacation fishing on l.&kf Texoma near Dennison, Tex., were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Palmer, 1005 N. 4th. They caught lots of little ones and were given a lOVi- pound channel cat. They also visited friends. Mr. ind Mr*. Howard D. Woertendyke and son John spent the weekend with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. P. Woertendyke, 1215 Pinecrest, and his sister Mrs. J. D .Raynesford and Dr. Raynesford, 1206 Pinecrest. They came Friday noon and left for their home in Alamosa, Colo., Sunday morning. He is mathematics teacher in the Alamosa High School. Mrs. Floyd Ackley, 511 Stoeck- ly, returned last week from a four-day business and. pleasure trip in Nebraska. She recently visited friends in Boston and her son and family in Groton, Conn. Former Garden Citian Mrs. Harold Grady, now of Dodge City, was in Alton recently attending the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Ben Terrell, 79, who di«d Thursday in Alton. — Specially decorated Spudnuts for your Halloween parties. —30 Engagement Announced Johnson Photo Service Mr. and Mrs. Jake nemel of Dignfon announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice Hemel, to Allen Quint, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Quint, 203 W. Kansas. The bride-elect is employed at the Garden National Bank and her fiance is engaged in farming near Garden City. No wedding date has been set. Miss Brungardt Honored At Bridal Shower Party Miss Shirley Brungardt, bride elect of Francis Richmeier, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Thursday night at the home of a sister-in-law Mrs. Rob ert Brungardt, 1212 Conard. Assisting hostesses were Mmes Tommy Brungardt, Leroy Roth Robert Richmeier, Ronald Roth and Donald Roth. Appropriate party games and contests were conducted by the hostesses. Prizes were won by Mrs. Elmer Richmeier, and Mrs. Alvin Richmeier. The honoree was given a gold orner RELISH NO-COOK CARROT 2 medium heads cabbage 10 carrots 8 green peppers 5 onions Grind all together and mix in: Vi cup salt Let stand Vt hour. Drain wedl so as to dispose of excess salt. Squeeze through hands or rinse with a little water. Add: 6 cups sugar 1 teaspoon celery seed 1 teaspoon mustard seed % cup vinegar V* cup water No cooking is required. Store in pint jars in refrigerator. Keeps well. This relish is delicious on hamburgers, hot dogs or other types of meat. MRS. CLAUDE HUGHES SCOTT CITY (Send your favorite recipe to the CooK's Corner. Each recipe which is punished will earn a $1 prize for the contributor. Recipes wt|| be judged on the basis of reader Interest or originality. They may be taken from a cook book or magazine, but the source sh-iuld be given and shnuld not be a current issue.) Fall and Winter DRESSES COATS SUITS SPORTSWEAR and MILLINERY reduced for CLEARANCE 224 N. Main Garden City—The Garden Spot mum corsage. The refreshment table was centered with miniature bride and attendants were dressed in gold. The tiered cake was trimmed in gold and topped with sugar bells. Refreshments were serve buffet style from a lace covered table. Centering the gift table was a gold umbrella on a gold tatole cloth. Others attending were the mother of tlie bride-elect, Mns. Adam Brungardt; mother of the future bridegroom, Mrs. Wendlin Richmeier; Mmes. Frank Brungardt, Ray Quint, Marvin Richmeier, John Baier, Richard Quint, Adolph Boxler, Elmer Appelhans, Eugene Atkinson and the 'Misses Sharon Brungardt, Katy and Evelyn Quint. Mrs. Wells Gives Program On Laughter Twenty-oiw Salmagundi members enjoyed a laugh filled afternoon Wednesday as Mrs. Robert Wells presented her program, "Let's Laugh." As Mrs. Wells reviewed American comedy from vaudeville to the present television style she played records by Stan Freeburg, Jonathan-Winters, Don Ameche, Frances Langford and Andy Griffith. "Many human actions when isolated become ridiculous," she explained. "Laughter is more fun when with a group. What essentially is laughable is automatic." Hostess was Mrs. H. M. Wiley, Lincoln Road. Special music was given by Barbara Ramsey, who sang solo numbers accompanied by Rocemary Selover. DAR Receives New Members Mrs. Lee Kewiper gave the lesson on "Arms Control and Disarmament Act" at the Friday afternoon meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Fall flowers ami chrysanthemums decorated tiie home of Mrs. Gay Smitho, 1016 N. 5th, who was the horstess. Her assistant was Mrs. Henry Bentrup. New members voted into DAR were Mrs. C. L. Farqtihason, Miss Patricia Farquhason and Miss Genevieve Conn, Mrs. C. H. Truog was a guest. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. Cecil Wrislcn and Miss Georgia Matthews. Neighbors Club Receives Gifts All members of the Neighborly Neighbors Club received Mystery Pal gifts at their meeting Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Frank West, 2615 C. Mrs. Mary Rundell presided in the absence of Mrs. Walter Buell. Recreation was Jed by Mrs. Ned Solze and Mrs. Mary George. The hostess gilt was given to Mrs. H. G. Htickstadt. Others attending were M-mcs. Loyd Hahn, Lee Hebrew, Don Williamson, Alva Hubbard, Jake Eckert, Ella Kundell, Charlie Finke and Miss Edna Mctz. Calendar of Social Events TUESDAY IRIS CLUB - 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Leo Warner, 308 E. Spruce. CenVe C r° S ~ 7:3 ° ' 10:3 ° P' m - Civic ...... . WEDNESDAY PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOUR — 10 - 10:45 n.m. Garden City Public Library, 702 N. Main. Readers Mrs Milton Roberts and Mrs. Loula PIERCBVII.LB P-TA FUN NIGHT — 5:30 p.m. High school auditorium. Door prizes, cake walk. Everyone welcome. COFFEE TOUR - 12 noon. Legion Home. Sponsored by Auxiliary nnd Legion. 8th and 9th GRADE Halloween Party — 8-9:30 p.m. Civic Center. Count Orchestra to play. PAST PRESIDENTS BPW — 6:30 p.m. Flamingo Inn. SALMAGUNDI — 2 p.m. Mrs. J W. Neumann. 903 N. 7th. TllimsHAV NEWCOMERS PINOCHLE CLUB — 7:30 p.m. Garden Bowl. TEACHERS LOUNGE — 9 a.m. . 10:30 p.m. Visiting teachers recreation nnd refreshments. Civic Center. CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S Fellowship General Meeting — 2 p.m. Baker Chapel. Guest speaker, Mrs. HaroVJ Stone* FTlIDAY PEO CHAPTER FF — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Rny Cnlllmn, 72-1 Center. AURORA STUDY CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Ralph Patterson, Eminence Rt. TEACHERS LOUNGE — S a.m. 10:30 p.m. Visiting Tenrliers rerrea- tlon aiid refreshments. Civic Center. ' GLO CANDLE demonstration — 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Mrs. C. O. Gerck. en. Civic Center. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends and ' relatives for the flowers, cards, food and many acts of kindness shown during our recent bereavement of the loss of our husband and .father. Mrs. Charles Gooden and family. —SOadv — Call your party orders in to the Spudnut Shop. —30 — Serve chocolate spuddies to the little Ghosts and Goblins. Spudnut Shop. Special prices. - —30 — Specially decorated Spudmits for 'your Halloween parties. -SO ARTIST SUPPLIES Oil Sets Water Color Sets Come in and browse ROGERS PAINT STORE 112 Grant BR 6-3951 Your Problems DEAR ANN LANDERS: We have an adorable, 11-year-old, freckle-faced girl. She is a charmer, Ann, but terribly stubborn. It's useless to deny her anything because her grandparents will buy whatever she wants. When I send her to her room for punishment she has a grand time because she has a color TV, a $150 doll house, and a pink telephone her grandparents had irstalled because she complained that Mummy and Daddy talk on the phone too much. Yesterday sho refused to hang up her coat and hat — just dropped them on the floor. When I asked her to please hang her wraps in the closet she said, "I worked hard in jchool today and I don't feel liko It." I sent her to her room and she promptly phoned her grandmother and shouted, "Help! 1m a prisonerl What can 1 do with this child? — B.R. D«ar B.R.: First solve the grandparent problem. Tell them if tihcy send your over-indulged daughter another gift which has not been approved by you in advance, it will be returned. When the child misbehaves, send her to her room — but first removo the color TV, the doll house, and yes — the telephone. Then let "the charmer" sit there till her freckles fall off. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: Can you lind space in your column to say something about a subject that has been a sore spot with me for a long time? 1 am a high school teacher who loves my students. I am particularly concerned about some of my young girls. What on earth are they doing with their hair these days? So many of the girls returned to school this Fall with those hideous bee-hive and bouffant hairdos. They look ratty and out of place. And it's terribly Unhealthy for the hair. These girls tell me they sleep in plastic hair sacks, wrap-around flannel eloths, tissue paper caps and whait-not. They dont use a brush, or even a comb, from one week bv Ann Landers — to Ihe next. Their hair is frizzed, sprayed, tortured and twisted. How much lovelier they would lo&k, Ann, if they cut their hair and kept it brushed, shining and brig-lit. A high school girl should look like a freshly scrubbed young student, not a burlesque queen. If you pass this word it might make the point. Thank you. — STAMFORD, CONN. Dear Stamford: Your letter is a precise echo of my sentiments. I hope your message penetrates those lacquered mop s and starts a Irend back to wholesome All American hairdos. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a widow 49 years old. I live in a $30,000 home which is paid for. I have $25,000 in the bank and $30,000 invested in stocks My living costs $400 a month. The cash is going fast yet I don't Icnow where to cut down. If 1 sold my car I would have to depend on friends, and I'd hate to do this. I'd like to take a job but my friends tell me my age is against me. I worked in an accountant's office before I married and I'm sure if I brushed up I could be useful somewhere in business. What should I do — sell this house and move into an apartment? Invest the money I now have in the bank? Keep trying to get a job, regardless of salary? Friends and relatives have been trying to advise me for two years and I still don't know what to do. Can you help me?—(FT. LAUDERDALE Dear Ft. Lauderdale: You don't need advice — 'you've had plenty. What you need is to decide what advice you're going to accept. My sole suggestion is get a job. You'll feel much better knowing that some money is coming in. Even if you made a modest salary it woulrl be better for your morale that sitting around watching your cash reserves melt away, or polling your friends about "what to do." — Call your party orders in to the Spudnut Shop. —30 How did your Congressman vote on SOCIAL SECURITY? THE RECORD SHOWS Breeding 1 voted FOR improved old-age, survivors, disability insurance and aged widow benefits in HR 6027. Dolo voted AGAINST benefits to these people depending upon this assistance. Tliis kind of a record affects YOU! Re-elect J. FLOYD BREEDING on a POSITIVE VOTING RECORD in your interest. trtsi}ng for Congress Club, Horbtrt Drelllng, Hoyi, Kant., and Harold Hard. Coldwalor. Kant.. Co-Chairmen. 2 Pol. Adv. THE MEW SHAPE OF QUALITY 1963 Rumblur Classic Six "770" Cross Country Station Wagon. Meet the most beautiful Rambler ever built Advanced Unit Construction-the years- ahead breakthrough in car building— where massive uniside members formed from one piece of galvanized steel (shown in white) replace scores of small parts pieced together. BEST-SELLING RAMBLER, TOO. In all Rambler history, there's never been anything like the success of the new '63 Rambler—the New Shape of Quality. It's the most advanced Rambler ever built, with- years-ahead Advanced Unit Construction that gives greater strength—lowers the roof without sacrificing full 6-footcr headroom—makes the car look longer, though it isn't. And all-new Tri-Poised Power velvet- smooths ihe ride at all speeds. See the new '63 Ramblers today. AMERICAN MOTORS-DEDICATED TO EXCELLENCE RAMBLER'63 ALL NEW • ALL BEAUTIFUL • ALL RAMBLER FIVE POINTS MOTOR COMPANY. INC,, 720 Jones, Garden City, Ks.

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