Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 31, 1962 · Page 18
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 18

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 31, 1962
Page 18
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SeV.en Have Straight "A" Averages School Honor Roll Released £cvcn Garclec Ctiy High School styik'iits made slrai c> ;li( "A" grades to top the hoivir roll for Urn first six weeks of Ibe 1JKV2-63- sclionl year. They are Cheryl B e n 11 c y, Shwyl Etling and Nancy Townsend, all seniors; Jim Concannon, Carla Hooper and Marilyn Plett, juniors; and Terry Carmichael, a sophomore. Senior shulcnls receiving "A" averages were Barry Brown, Gil- berk) DaC'osla, David Heine- niann, C.L. licit, Robert Hunt, ARTEST SUPPLIES Oil Seh .. Water Color Sets Come in and browse ROGERS PAINT STORE 112 Grant BR 6-3951 Larry Meeker, Kathy Quint, Brycc Roderick, Becky Rogers, Ali?e Hupp, Hofjcr Stoner, Daviu Williams and Gary Grcathouse. Juniors with "A" averages: Beverly Gardiner, Jane Lausjh- lin, Karyl Nelson, Rita Shook, Sharon YatiYitvt and Handi Wells. Sop'inmm'os with "A" over- | ages: Larry Bradficld, Mary Gibson, Mike Herr and Donna Lurtz. Seniors receiving "B" averages: Jowilla Arwine, Carolyn Bar- j (on, Shirley Bates, Kenny Bauer, ! Carolyn Birkholz, Paulie Block, Gvvcn Brandos, Cheryl Brecheisen. Leslie Cheatum, Bill Collier, Connie Congdon, Bob Cooper, Joe Bill Corn, Scott Davis, Sue Dcav- er; \ Karen Elliott, Jerry Farr, Rog- ; er Friescn, Doug Frieson, Jane i Hamman, Eileen Heine, Huth Humphrey, Ron Huxtablc, Susan Leonard, Wynn McAfee, I<aDon- na Mai, Duanc Marine, Becky Mayo, Edith Montncy, JUdy Ceding, June Ogbuni, Connie Overton, Cheryl Owen, Carole Pfeifer, Jeanne Philips, Wcldon Roberson, Linda Russell, Richard Sandoval, Donna Selover, Shere' Shaw, Connie Siemsen, Sharon Simmons, Robin Sroufe, Sandra WFialey, Jo Woodrow, Lot. Yeadoh, Garlyne Ward, Gary Grcathouse; Junior "B" Gail Blackwcll, Randy Bowl ing, Terry Cleveland, Sharon C'obb, Betty Cook, Judy Davis Paula Degnan, Tom Gardiner George Hanvard, Robert Hubert Susan Hund, Barbara Jackson Karen Rosier, Dick Krimmer Beverly Krug, Emil Krtrg, Lar ry Ledcrer;'. Randy McDonald, David Min- After 100 years;.. It's time for a change VOTE fOR for * * * * If you agree with most Kan sans, you will vote November 6 for Kansas' first Democratic Attorney General-Jules V. Doty. nis, Don Morgan, Jan Morris I Francis Ohmes, Jim Patterson, j Roma Roberson, Cheryl Rod or- 1 ick, Judy Scheer, Linda Smith, Roxie Smith, Kenny Stoner, Jerry Sturgeon", Jim Terrell, Doris Thompson, Jo Ellen Wampler, Larry Watkins, Tjm Wilson Sophomore "B" Jana Alexander, Donna Anderson, Carol Sue Beach, Ray Bondy, Carole Brandt, Juanita Brinkmeyer, David Christensen, Leslie Cripe, Denycc Davis, Alvin Dewey, Rosetta Ellis, Mary Ford, Darryl Graves, Linda Guyer, John Hamman, Claudia Harmon, Elaine Harris; Robert Herman, Patty Keim, Judith Keim, Bonnie Kiltoourn, Joan Kleysteuber, Ken J'rug, Robert Krug, Donna Leigfity, Jerry Loper, Gary Maupin, Richard Mayer, Robert Mayo, Joe Nelson, Martha Ortiz, Kathy Penny, Rosalie Pfeifer, Suzanne Saffels, Mary Lou Smith; Stephanie Snyder, Dee Sroufe, Mary Lee Stoner, William Sturgeon, Judy Tabor, Gayle Thompson, Anita Torres, Wanda Walker, Jane Warner, Arnold Wheatley, Jane Yeadon, Paulctte Zahn- ter. Effective/ Impartial Law Enforcement is a < Necessity in Kansas! Pd. Pol. Adv.—Firtney County Democratic Central Committee — John Collins—Chairman Field irials McKinney Lake McKinney northeast of .akin will be the site this weekend of the second annual field ;rial, sponsored by the Ark Valey Retriever Club. Scores of fine dogs will run heir paces Saturday and Sun- lay. President of the organiza- ion is Charles Breeding of Holla. Pigeons and ducks will be used n stakes events. Trophies and approved ribbons will be awarded to the first four places in each stake. The Opfin All-Age is set for. 8 a.m. (GST) Saturday, with the Derby to follow. Qualifying will be heM Sunday at 8 a.m. A banquet and social hour will be held here Saturday evening. Entries close at midnight Thursday, and drawings will be made the following day. A. C. Ray of Wichita will judge the Open All-Age and the Derby, and Dean Hoppas of Lakin will akro judge in the Derby. Clifford Christopher of Denver will judge in the Open All-Age and in qualifying, and Nelson L. Brown of Goodland in the qualifying. i i IS A DEAL YOU DO NOT iEDTO BE SCARED OF Do to the large request from our customers we are extending our offer for the month of November on the automatic water softener. Soft Water.,. . . . without Regeneration Worries Red Jacket Automatic Water Softener Here is how: FOR ALL CUSTOMERS who drill a new domestic water well and install a new RED JACKET submergible pump, Henkle will offer you the advantage of a new RED JACKET Fully Automatic Water Softener for only installed. Regular Price $250.00 (Plus Installation) Modern living and profitable farming demand an adequate and dependable water system— for both, insist on a Henkle well . , equipped with a RED JACKET "SUBMERGA" PUMP. And now & during the month of November the added convenience and W pleasure of SOFT WATER with a Red Jacket "Fully Automatic" Water Softener for only $50.00. *^m* *3£te^ DRILLING & SUPPLY CO..INC. GARDEN CITY, KS. SUBL|mE< MARMADUKE We're playin 1 dress-up an' he's you I Po/ff/cs Escapes By the Backdoor FARMINGTON, Mich. (AP)— Politics made a back-door escape from a political dilemma here. City clerk Trena Quinn received instructions that no p.. 'tical signs may be displayed within 100 feet of a polling place and no one may campaign within 100 feet of a polling place. Measurements were made by a city worker and Mrs. Quinn found the front door of the Democratic club lay within 100 feet of City Hall—a polling place. So did the front windows, plastered with campaign signs. Prosecutor George Taylor ruled that the signs must go and that the Democrats must keep their campaigning outside the 100-foot mark. The party agreed to use the back door to the club. U.S. Fires Aerial Blast- over Pacific WASHINGTON (AP)— The United States set off a nuclear test blast in th c atmosphere Tuesday in tli Pacific area near Johns'-on Island, the Atomic Energy Commission announced. I A high-altitude U.S. blast over | Johnston Island also is scheduled tonight unless weather or tecbni- Page 2A Harriott < Sly l>letfrnm Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1962 cat problems interfere. Today's test device, dropped, from an airplane, was in the meg-' aton yield range, meaning it had a blast equivalent to that of about a million tons of TNT. It was the 34th announced U.S, test in the current series in '.'..» Pacific. Congressman vote on fhe SPACE PROGRAM? THE RECORD SHOWS Breeding 1 voted FOR appropriations to back up our men in space, strengthen our national defense, and draw ahead of Russia In space. Dole voted AGAINST space programs with only 58 right-wing extremists, In the House. This kind of a record affects YOU! Re-elect J. 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