The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 13, 1976 · Page 5
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Hays, Kansas
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Monday, December 13, 1976
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PAGK r> December 13, 1976 Winter Concert Scheduled' The Music Department at Kennedy Middle School will present a winter concert at 7:30 p.m. December 20 in the Kennedy Gymnasium. The concert will open with the Kennedy String Ensemble, directed by Mark Lyle, followed by the 5th through 8th grade vocal groups, directed by Jeanne Augustine. The Kennedy Band, directed by Gene Clapp, will close the program. Interested persons are invited to attend. There will not be an admission charge. * Six Times • The average TV watcher must watch a spot commercial six times before he can recall and respond to it. Printed Pattern Sorority Celebrates 25th Anniversary Homema/cer's Corner By Prlscilla Jackson County Extension Home Economist Christmas Presentation Educational toys and equipment will be purchased by the Hays Day Care Center for Exceptional Children with.a Christmas check from the High Plains Garden Club. Sheryl Lorance, left, director of the center, accepts the check from Mrs. Peter Her/, president of the garden club. Club members donated cash to the day care center In lieu of a gift exchange. The Epsilon Mu Chapter of Epsiloh Sigma Alpha Sorority celebrated the 25th anniversary of their chapter December 5 with a tea at the Vagabond Restaurant. ' Mrs. Lorraine Kuehnhoff, the only active charter member, was honored for her quarter century of service. A brief history of the chapter was presented by Mrs. Norma Chittenden, state historian and member of Epsilon Mu Chapter. Special guests attending the celebration were Joan Friend, state first vice-president from Plainville; Nancy Law, Zones secretary, Great Bend; Suzanne Clark, Zone 8 outstanding girl, Ellis; members Clubs and Meetings THE FASHION FOCUS is on the wide collar worn open or lopping a liirlleneclt dickey. Below, easy lines can be sashed or not. Sew this now! Printed Pallern 4595: Misses' Sizes 8. 10. 12. M. 16. 18. 20. Size 12 (bust 34) lakes 2 yds. 60-inch fabric. Send $1.00 for each pallern. Add 35« for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to ANNE ADAMS, c/o HAYS DAILY NEWS Pallern Dept.. 243 West 17th St.. New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS. ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. CHURCH CALENDAR First United Methodist Church has announced the meetings scheduled for the week. Tuesday: 6:30 a.m. Men's Breakfast Ramada Inn 9a.m/ Quilling 12 noon: DWYCClass Party Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. Reading Interest No. I meet at Carolyn Miller's. 3:30 p.m. Cherub Choir 5:30 p.m. Senior,High UMYF Of fleer's meet at Sheryl Baxter's 7:15 p.m. Chancel Choir Thursday: 1 p.m. Quilting Next Sunday: 7:30 p.m. Church School Christmas Program. O.E.S. Hays Chapter 228 of Order of the Eastern Star gave a farewell ceremoney for the past year's Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron on December 9. The two officers also were presented gifts from the chapter. Officers for 1977 were elected at the meeting. Those elected were: Rosa Lee Powell, Worthy Matron; Harold Fleckenstein, Worthy Patron; Betty Young, Associate Matron; Stuart McGowne, Associate Patron; Bertha Hart, Conductress; Pam McGowne, Associate Conductress; Ruth Harris, Treasurer; Mary Kay Gilmore. Secretary and Erna Huffman, Trustee. The public installation of new officers will be January 13. The next stated meeting of the chapter will be December 23. Easy To Light Candles for your holiday entertaining will be easier to light if you char the wicks beforehand and keep the wicks trimmed to one half inch. ' HAZEL Bushed." %JM. FOR SOMEONE THAT HAS EVERYTHING! CAMPER & R.V CENTER 720 S. 7th — Hayt 628-8010 EPSILON MU The members of Epsilon Mu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority met at the Vagabond Club Monday evening for their annual Christmas dinner. Secret sisters for the past year were revealed. Hostesses for the evening were Eleanor Schippers, Mrs. Bernice Lundy, Mrs. Bernice King, Mrs. Peg Guercio, Mrs. Lorene Kuhn and Mrs. Gene Miller. Names were exchanged for 1977. Mrs. Norma Chittenden, state historian and a member of the chapter, presented members with their Pallas Athene awards. BRIDGE CLUB Allan McCobb, Russell, and Brian Belden won first place honors in a Hays Duplicate Bridge Club special charity game Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams, WaKeeney, were second, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Meyer, WaKeeney, third, and Pat Taylor and Dean Alford were fourth. The next meeting of the club will be 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Senior Center. The club has decided not to ^eet on Christmas evening. PRAIRIE GARDEN The Prairie Garden Club met for a Christmas luncheon at the home of Mrs. Cecil Calvert. Fourteen members and one guest attended. Members. brought Christmas gifts for the Good Samaritan Center. Alice Beesley showed slides and presented a talk on flowers of the Holy Land. from Eta Omicron Chapter, Great Bend; members from Alpha Rho Chapter, Ellis Mildred Bower, Hays, and Dorothy Campbell and Helen Amos, both of Hays and former members of the chapter. Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority was founded in 1929, as the first non-collegiate sorority in America. The Epsildfi Mu Chapter was organized on November 26, 1951, by Mildred Bower and Freda Philip, members of the Delta Tau Chapter. Epsilon Mu, which has 13 members and one pledge, supports several philanthropic projects, including St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, the Institute of Logopedics, Wichita, the Anderson School of Hope, Victoria, and the Hays Day Care Center. Hostesses for the anniversary tea were Eleanor Schippers, Peg Guercio, Bernice Lundy, Lorene Kuhn and Mrs. Gene Miller. Stork Club Mr. and Mrs. Adam C. Urban, Knotts Island, North Carolina, announce the birth of a son, Jason Adam, on December 11, which is also Adam Urban's birthday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tomlinson, Knotts Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. J. Urban, Hays.' Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Suppes, Brighton, Colorado, and Mrs. Nellie Tomlinson, Knotts Island. With the holiday only days away, people will soon be buying their Christmas trees. If you're one of those people, here are some tips for proper care and selection. Remember the ideal tree should be clean, well-shaped and medium in density. It shouldn't have any visible damage from any side, unless you plan to put one side Club Calendar SKCONI) WKEK OF MONTH Monday American Legion Auxiliary. 8 p.m.. Post Home. Royal Arch Masons chapter 68, slated convocation, 7::w p.m., Masonic Temple USD 489 Faculty Wives Club, 7:30 p.m., HaysJr. High Toaslmasters, 0:30 p.m.. Someplace Else American Legion Post 173, 8 p.m., Post Home Alleppo Commandcry 31 .Knights Templar, stated conclave, fl p.m., Masonic Temple Bahai Faith. 7 lo 9 p.m., 503 West 7th. informal discussion Hays Recreation Women's Volleyball. 7:30 p.m..Jr. High Gym Tuesday Toastmistrcss, 6:30p.m. Itamada Inn Newcomer Club, 7:30 p.m. Hadley conference room Century Club, 1:30 p.m. Fort Hays Garden Club 7th Cavalry Lions Club, 7 p.m. Vagabond Kcslaurant AI-Anon, B p.m.. Messiah Lutheran Church lounge VVnlnrsiliiv UMW general meeting, 12:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church TOPS Chapter 416,2 p.m., 400 Mllner Order of DcMolay. 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple Tiger Club, noon, llcrilage Club J.O-Y Club, 3:30 lo 4:45 p.m.. High Plains Baptist Church Thursduy UPW meeting. 1 p.m.. First Presbyterian Church Hays Assembly 32, Order of Rainbow for Girls, 7 p.m.. Masonic Temple Kiwunis Club. noon. Vagabond Optimist Club, noon, Sirloin Stockade High Plains, SPKBSCJSA. 8 p.m.. .Trinity Lutheran Church Hays Federated Music Club. B p.m. Insurance Women of Hays, 7:30 p.m.. SI. Anthony conference room Encampment and LEA. Hays N(f B4. II p.m..Odd Fellows Hull Saturday Hays Duplicate Bridge Club. 7:30 p.m.. Senior Center American Legion Junior Auxiliary, i-4 p.m.,HNB community room against a wall or in a corner. Once you've purchased the tree, keep it in a cool place out of the sun and drying winds until you're ready to bring It inside. Then, make a fresh, slanting cut across the trunk an inch or so above the end. This exposes fresh fibers, so the tree can absorb water better. Next, place the tree in a container which holds a large amount of water. Remember, a tree In a warm room will absorb as much as a quart a day. And of all the methods tested to reduce and prevent Christmas tree fires, it's been found that keeping the tree in water is as effective as using most additives. If you're sending packages to servicemen overseas this holiday season, remember you have two inexpensive methods available to you. SAM stands for Space Available Mail and sends packages by surface transportation to the East or West Coast and then on to their destination as space becomes available. SAM costs only the parcel-post rate. PAL or Parcel Air Lift sends packages by air alone. Rates for PAL are the same as those for regular parcel-post plus an additional dollar. Check with the post office for weight and size limitations. •ft £ -ft This holiday season, consumers should take not of the federal law which sets up standards for manufacturers of products that carry warranties. The regulation asks for free repair or replacement of any defective product within a reasonable time — and a refund or a new item if the product cnn'l be repaired. The law also authorizes the Federal Trade Commission to sue in federal court to obtain redress on behalf of consumers for FTC rule violations or unfair and deceptive practices. Popular Movie A popularity poll taken in China last year names the American-made "Sound of Music" as an all-time favorite. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE Model H50 Come In and register. No purchase necessary. Will be given away Dec. 23rd. SEWING CENTER 420 tail tth - H«y* SWEATER SALE For All The Family Select from our entire stock of mens,womens, and childrens winter '76 styles. V3 OFF While Our Supply ( Lasts USE OUR UT-AWAT PUN • 100% Guarantee • Nationally Famous • Name Brands • Open 9 Til 9 Weekdays Sunday 1 to 6 FREE GIFT WRAPPING 27TH ft HALL • HAYS

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