The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 15, 1976 · Page 17
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December 15. 1976 PACK in HAYS DAILY NEWS Ellis News Young Matrons Club Members of the Young Matrons Club were entertained at a Christmas luncheon at the home of Mrs. Welclon Johnson, Friday, December 3. Hostesses were Mrs. J.H. Leisenring, Mrs. Le Roy LaShell, and Mrs. Johnson. Guests were seated at a long table festive with a white cloth and Christmas centerpiece. Christmas tree ornament favors marked covers for Mrs. L.C. Walker, Mrs. Joe Herbert, Mrs. Lawrence Reed, Mrs. Darwin Kingsley, Mrs. Lucille Rowland, Mrs. Henry Keller. Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. J.M.Downing, Mrs. Everet Schlotterbach and the hostesses. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Herbert presented a program of Christmas stories and poems; and a gift exchange was enjoyed. Knitting Club Members of the Knitting Club met Friday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. J.M. Downing for a 12:30 o'clock salad bar and Christmas gift exchange. Those present were Mrs. Ernest Egger, Mrs. J.R. Nicholson, Mrs. Joe Herbert, Mrs. L.C. Walker, Mrs. Lawrence Reed, Mrs. Darwin Kingsley, Mrs. E.A. Fitzgerald. Mrs. James Hurt, Mrs. Rudy Seibel, Mrs. C.E. Rohler, Mrs. F.A. Brown, Mrs. D.D. Rawley, and Mrs. Downing. Spending the Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. Adair Ptaschek were her daughter, Mrs. Farren Merkle, Mr. Merkle and family of Meade • and her son, Bernie Ptaschek, Mrs. Ptaschek and daughters of Junction City. Dr. and Mrs. James Hall, and Doug Hall who attends Kansas State University in Manhattan spent the Thanksgiving' holidays with relatives in Ottawa. They were joined there by Miss Carolyn Hall, who teaches school in Leavenworth. s, Bill Rohler of Copperhill, Tenn., visited his mother Mrs. C.E. Rohler in Ellis, enroute to Salt Lake City, Utah on business. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powell were in Salina Saturday, December 4, to attend the Junior Old Timers banquet and dance. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Keller returned Wednesday from a vacation spent in Sun City, Aria., and Las Vega, Nev. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bradbury have moved into the residence at 211 West llth Street. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fondoble spent Wednesday and Thursday in Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lonnon and Natalie returned Wednesday of last week from Wichita, where Natalie had a check-up at Wesley Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sessin, Kirk and Scott of Tecumseh visited here several days with Mrs. Sessin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest King, and with Mr. Sessin's aunt, Mrs. La Verne Whiteley. Donald L. Bradbury and Don Bradbury were in Lincoln, Neb., Friday, November 1C, to attend the Nebraska- Oklahoma football game. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glendenning and daughters have moved into their new residence on Woodbury Street. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Steel spent last weekend in Salina with their daughter, Mrs. Jim Keyte, Mr. Keyte, Kellie and Alison. Miss Dorothy Paul was in Hays several days to be with her sister, Mrs. R.C. Tate, who underwent surgery at St. Anthony Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seibel and family have returned to their home in Peoria, 111., after visiting in Ellis during the Thanksgiving holidays with their parents, Mrs. Minnie Ashbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Seibel and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ordway of Sharon Springs have moved to Ellis to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Bruggeman of Colby spent the weekend in Ellis with their daughter, Mrs. 'Tom Bowen, Mr. Bowen and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Don Jernberg, Chris and Braydon of Salina were weekend guests of Mrs. Jernberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bray in Ellis. OPEN DAILY 9-9; SUNDAYS 11-7 WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT. , Stretch« WALLET SETS PANTY HOSE Our Reg. 1.37 Our Reg. 3.28 Our Reg. 3.44 Sheer-to-waist with demi toe or reinforced top. Folding nylon umbrella opens and closes easily. il Choice of fe-I Colors H Kmart'ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE POLICY Our f<rm intention n to tint tvtry «N«tiMd ium m titxk on our thilirt. 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All the different, in-look lengths, tailored to perfection for a flattering fit. Some with hoods for added warmth on those cold and snowy days. Beautiful fabrics to choose from in fantastic solid colors, bold plaids and popular patterns. Give this gift of fashion and receive a double savings when you shop at K mart. Hurry in today. GREAT VALUES! Buy Now and SAVE WOMEN'S DRESS SANDALS Our Reg. ^^m Sm M 5.97 if ** * 4 Days Only M ^M %^ Pair Foot-flattering freedom puts you a step ahead in style. Soft, wipe-clean urethane with long- lasting sole, wrapped heel, cushion insole for super comfort. In mustang or navy blue. Copyfighl f 1976 by S. S KRESGE Company POLYESTER DRESS SHIRTS 00 Your Choice Y10 Our Re 6.96-7. MEN'S POLYESTER DRESS SLACKS 00 Our Reg. 8.96 • 9.96 Your Choice 7 Woven polyester, In solid colors or prints, set the mode for dress. Long sleeves, regular collar. Men's sizes. Our 3.96 Polyetttr TI0f, 2/$7 Men's 100% polyester dress slacks. In solids and patterns. Mature and regular sizes. MEN'S UNDERWEAR 97 Pkg.of3 ; BOYS' UNDERWEAR 28 Our 3.28 • 3.48 Polyester / cotton T-shirts or briefs. 3 pack, white. 2 Our 2.48 • 2.78 Polyester / cotton T-shirts or briefs. Boys' sizes; white. 2 Pkg.of3 BROADWAY AT 29th STREET HAYS, KANSAS

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