The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 14, 1976 · Page 5
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Hays, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 14, 1976
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PA(!K .') December 14, 197R Gomes Reflect The Times Christmas Home Tour Successful By JEANNK LK8BM UPI Family Kdltor "Games to a very great extent reflect the social feelings of their time," says Randolph Barton, president of a major board game manufacturer. "Take monopoly: it was introduced in 1935, invented as o way to escape from the Depression," Barton said. "About 80 million have sold to date, and it has been published in 14 languages." Tastes do change. The deluxe edition of 1936 had plastic pieces, then considered Printed Pattern finer than wood. The reverse now is true, Barton said. "Very early on, in 1904, there was a Sherlock Holmes game. In 1938, the Lone Ranger was put into a game. Our latest is 10-Four Good Buddy," he said. It reflects the popularity of Citizens' Band radios with their special jargon. "The largest selling board game lasl,year was based on the Six-Million-Dollar Man TV show," he said. Educational values are secondary, at least lo this company, just as they were when 15-year-old founder Ueorge Parker invented his first board game, Banking, in 188,1 "He was 16 years old, and he wanted to be a journalist," said Barton. in Puritan New England '(Parker was a Salem, Mass., boy, and the company remains there to this day), card games or anything to do with money was considered wicked. Because cards were frowned on, none of the company's early games had point values. "But nobody apparently frowned on the theory of making money," Barton said. Young Parker put all his savings into publishing Banking, which was a great success in the Boston area. We examined Banking and some other old games when they were in New York City on loan to a bookstore for 'a special anniversary window display. It was a real exercise in nostalgia. One was How Silas Popped the Question, a reading game first published in 1918. A player starts'by reading from the basic booklet. When he comes to the phrase, "I say, Sally," the next player reads from a card he has drawn. Example: "Do you think salt pork is good for bunions?" Clubs And Meetings 4588 __ 10/2-18/2 // Right now. the present ii . . the perfect time lor, this princess dress wi.lh a neckline lhat zips to the level you likr.. Travel In the |dcket. Printed Pattern 4588: Hal! Si/es 10' v 12' ;.. 1']'_.. 16'... IS 1 ...Sue II 1 .. (bust 37) takc-i 2 7a yaids 45-im.h labm:. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add list for each pattern for first-class mail and special, handling. Send to ANNE ADAMS, c/o HAYS DAILY NEWS Pattern Depl.. 243 West 17th St.. New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME. ADDRESS, ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. IVANHOE CLUB The Ivanhoe Club met Saturday at the home of Mrs. Benedict Cruise. Celia Gates and Mrs. Murray Eddy were assisting hostesses. Mrs. A.A. Boos presented a travelogue on the Arab people, with an emphasis on the Lebanese. She showed slides she had taken in 1970, when she had an eight week course there. Marie Freshour modeled native costumes from Lebanon. Members brought gifts for the patients at Good Samaritan Center. Sue CARD OF THANKS We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation to the Ellis County Rural Fire Department, to our relatives, , neighbors, friends and everyone who helped at our recent fire. Without your help our loss would have been much greater. Thank you all, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Walters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Walters and family (adv.) Clowers and Mrs. Eddy will deliver the gifts. Olive Hay and Mrs. • Freshour were guests. - HAZEL "Who loaded the eggnog?!" Hays VFW & Auxiliary Members 4 Stag & Stagette Thursday/Dec. 16th SERVING AT 7:00 P.M. ' « Barbecued Pork & Fried Chicken '5.00 Per Couple or $ 3.00 Per Person YOUR RESERVATION WOULD BE APPRECIATED L New Year's Eve Reserved Seat Tickets Now On Sale Christmas Night Dance December 25th PETTICOAT POPPERS The Hays Petticoat Poppers Square Dance Club will have a dance from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. Wednesday in the Roosevelt Grade School Gym. Albert Braun, Victoria, will be the caller. I BESTSELLERS UPI Publishers Weekly Kiclioii Trinity — Leon Uris Sleeping Murder — Agatha Christie Storm Warning — Jack Higgins Slapstick Or Lonesome No More — Kurt Vonnegul Ceremony of the Innocent — Taylor Caldwell Kaise the Titanic — Clivc Cussler , Touch Not The Cat - Mary Stewart The Users — Joyce tlaber Dolores — Jacqueline Susann -Lovers and —Tyrants — Francine du Plessix Gray Nmtrk'tion Roots — Alex Haley Passages: The Predictable Crises of Adult Life -— Gail Shechy Your Erroneous Zones — Dr. Wayne W. Dyer Blind Ambition -John Dean The Grass Is Always Greener Over The Septic Tank - Erma Bombeck Adolf Hitler — John Toland The Kighl and the Power — Leon Jaworski * The Hile Hcport - Shore llile Blood and Money — Thomas Thompson To Jerusalem and Hack Saul Bellow Or with grand disregard for grammar: "Don't your corns ache awful in cold weather?" In 1909, jigsaw puzzles were such a craze that the company temporarily suspended publication of other games lo concentrate on them. A lot pictured Old Masters pasted on wood. Some had about 1,200 pieces. There were tiny qnes, too, such as Down the River, showing a logger at work. It was a cinch to work. It was less than four-by-five-inches, and some of the pieces were cut in animal shapes in the custom of the day: a cat, a duck, a squirrel. • Corner Grocery, published in 1887, carried typical prices of that time on the cards:-a dozen eggs were 30 cents, a pound of rice, 8 cents, 10 pounds'of sugar, 55 cents and five pounds of sugar 25 cents, or one-third the current price of a pound of brown sugar in my neighbormrod—super- ' market in New York City. The game collection also includes a 1932 edition of Mansion of Happiness, said to be the first board game published in America. Barton said it was invented by a Beverly, Mass., clergyman's daughter in 1843 and reprinted by Parker, beginning in 1894. Directions for playing described it as An Instructive Moral and Entertaining Amusement. No wonder. Rule No. 3 says, "Whoever possesses (arrives, at) PIETY, HONESTY, TEMPERANCE, GRATITUDE, PRUDENCE, TR-UTH, SINCERITY, HUMILITY, INDUSTRY, CHARITY, OR HUMANITY is entitled to advance six spaces toward t'he 'Mansion of Happiness'." Rule No. 6: "Whoever possesses CRUELTY must be sent back to JUSTICE." .And Rule No. 7: "Whoever gets into IDLENESS must come to POVERTY." Two hundred and fifty persons loured five homes on the Chrislmas Homes Tour Sunday, '»and Ihe Building Renovation Fund of the Hays Arts Council nelted $540. According to Carol Heil of the IIAC, all 251 $2 tickets printed for the event were sold, and several persons donated money or purchased leftover cookies to add the exlra dollars. Persons on Ihc lour were Irealed to a variety of Christmas decorating ideas, a walk through some lovely Hays homes, a printed copy of a Ukranian Christmas legend, coffee and cokies. A centerpiece door prize donated by Marshall Slade was won by Mrs. Ken Barker. Pearl and Jeweled ornaments attracted atlenlion at the home of Fern and Mar, shall Slade. Mrs. Slade, who started making the ornaments because she didn't want to discard old costume jewelry, has added beaded spider webs lo the tree to commemorate a Ukranian legend about spiders bringing luck on Christmas. Hundreds of candlesticks from all over the world highlighted the Christmas decorations at the home of Roy and Ellen Oldham. At the home of Virginia, Donald and Michael Meade, a Christmas table, 'traditional greenery, and a beautiful gold and red Christmas Tree were featured. A pink and gold Chrislmas tree with tiny Italian lights, and the family room, wilh its greenery-drapped African animals were on display al Ihc home of Ross and Marianna Beach. Refreshments were served al the home of Viclor and Carol Eddy. A tree full of hand made gingham ornaments and a Christmas trunk guarded by Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy .were featured. Although plans have not been finalized, a scries of community events like Ihe successful home tour to help raise money for the Building Renovation Fund are being considered by renovation committee members. The commitlce has also sent letters to businesses requesting support. The letters will be followed by personal visits. Marianna Beach, a member of Ihe Building Renovation Committee, said the committee is emphasizing'that the completed Hays Arts Council Building will benefit everyone in the community. Events considered by the committee arc a night with the Jazz Clinic,'a buffet and one- act play, a family outdoor day at Sweetwater Ranch, an art auction, u haunted house, and another Christmas home tour. 120 West 9th °AK Hays Kansas Wednesday Special SUBMARINE SANDWICH 97 Includes: Corn beef, Salami, Roast Be of, Bologna, Turkey, Ham, Swiss Cheese 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Weddim Stationery Let us show you our beautiful collection ol contemporary wedding stationery You can select your complete paper trouseau from a wide variety of styles in every price range FREE GIFT WITH EACH PURCHASE. Call Gloria Schumacher in the commercial printing department at 628-1081. The Hays Daily News Jeweled Webs Pa' Von Doren, Hays, admires a beaded spider web on the Christmas tree of Feme and Marshal Slade, 2 WO Fort. Mrs. Slade, who made the jeweled ornaments lor the tree, added several beaded webs to represent a Ukranlan legend. 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