The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 17, 1976 · Page 5
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Hays, Kansas
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Friday, December 17, 1976
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PAGR "> December 17, 1976 Rich Peasant Look On Display [ojbs And Meetings Bird Count Planned . • NEW YORK (UPI) - The rich peasant look — prominent in this season's Paris fashion shows — came to New York •Thursday in its original form in a Russian loan exhibition of • historic costume at the Metropolitan Museum. The rich peasants of 19th- century Russia were large •landholders and usurers known as kulaks, who were "liquidated" by the Com. munist regime in the 1920s. The jumper-style brocaded holiday sarafans of kulak Women, worn with blouses, aprons, jackets, shawls and Printed Pattern rich furs, often were embroidered with gold and silver thread and decorated with jewels and pearls. . The best of these elaborate costumes, along with simpler handwoven woolen, linen and cotton garb of brilliant hues— especially reds, were confiscated by the Communist regime along with elaborate court wardrobes of the Russian aristocracy for state collections. Some 100 examples will be on display at the Metropolitan through next August in a show entitled "The Glory of Russian Costume." D i a n,a V reel a nil, Metropolitan Museum consultant, selected the 100 ensembles from more than 400 The Frank S. Land Chapter, Order of DeMolay will have a public installation of officers at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Masonic Temple. offered her by the Kremlin and State Historical Museums in Moscow and the Hermitage in Leningrad. She said she got everything she wanted except the coronation gowns of Catherine the Great and Elizabeth I but "couldn't complain because these were actually too fragile to (ravel." "The Russians couldn't have been more generous or more gracious," Mrs. Vreeland said. Russia sent three museum experts — Luiza Efimova, Tamara Korshunova and Nina Yamolovich — to New York with the costumes to see that they are maintained in prime condition in their first journey outside Russia. Among their chief concerns were Catherine Personalities Brian Hackerott 4572 SIZES 8-20 From the high drama of one • draped shoulder above a high waist, this dress flows liquidly down the body. Sew it short or long in knit, crepe. Printed Pattern 4572: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18,20. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2?4 yards 60-inch fabric. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 35« for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to ANNE ADAMS, c/o HAYS DAILY NEWS Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St.. New York.'N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, AD- Tom Shade The new Master Councilor to be installed is Bruce Beckum, son of Dr. and Mrs. Brian Hackerott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hackerott, Rt. 1, will be the Senior Councilor. Tom Shade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shade, 201 East 29th is the Junior Councilor. HO- Lynnette Lorbeer, a sophomore at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas, will return to Hays Thursday for the Christmas holidays. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Lorbeer, Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lord, Fort Worth, Mrs. Lorbeer's aunt and uncle, will drive Lynnette to Hays and spend several days visiting. -o- Agnes Wasinger was chosen "Teacher of the Year" for 1976-77 in the Archdiocese of Denver. N Mrs. Wasinger, formerly Agnes Leiker of Ellis, was a Hays resident for many years. •o- Jack & Jill open Sunday 1-5 p.m. (Adv.) CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to the people who prepared, delivered, signed or in any way helped with the petitions against the release of Harry Jack Bloomer. The family of AlfredClaycamp. (Adv.) ,DRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUM- Forrest Price, 2920 Skyline BER. Drive. HAZEL "Takes care of Katie. Now for Harold...' JACK & JILL (Downtown Hays) SPECIALS For Sunday, Dec. 19 Only 1-5P.M. Boys' * , Winter Jackets.... !/2 Price (Sizes 2 Thru 4) Girls' Winter Girls' Winter * / Coats & Jackets... '/2 Price (Sizes 2 Thru 14) BASEMENT SPECIALS Train Sets ........ 30% Off — — «/ 20% Off We still have a nice selection of Christmas toys. the Great's silver lame bridal gown, garments of Peter the Great Jurina Anna Ivanova's, gold woven crown, and General Suvorov's military uniform. Mrs. Jacqueline Onassis has edited a book, "In the Russian Style," for Viking Press, which was published in cooperation with the museum, to accompany the exhibition. The softcover edition went on sale Thursday and the hardcover edition will appear in the spring. Mrs. Onassis was chairman of a preview benefit dinner last Monday, which raised more than $100,000 for the museum. Holiday Party Scheduled The American Legion and VFW annual children's Christmas party will be at 1 p.m Sunday in the American Legion Hall. Jeanne Augustine will provide the entertainment at the party, which is for children of members of the Auxiliary, Legion and their guests. The party will be sponsored by the American Legion, the Auxiliary and several Hays businesses. Enough Concrete Enough concrete went into the twin towers of New York's World Trade Center to pave a four-lane highway to the moon. LEGION AUXILIARY The annual Christmas party of the American Legion Auxiliary was December 14 at the Post Home. Entertainment was provided by Kathy Speier, Kathy Werth, Jackie Gabel and Sharon Leiker. The raffle wa,s won by Darlene Holzmeister. There are two door prizes which were won by Mrs. •Stramel and Dorothy Sauer The booby prize was won by Esther Schmidt, TOWN AND COUNTRY Members of the Town and Country E.H.U. met Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Charles Hoff for their 1 Christmas dinner and party. Eight members and six guests attended. Guests were Sally Brown, Alice Dechant, Die Die Mert, Virginia Dreiling, Don Kennedy and Otto Weilert. Members spent the evening playing games. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. David Greep. There will be installation of officers and a program "Saving the Nutrients from Farm to Table." LIONS CLUB Guests Introduced at the Lions Club Luncheon meeting were Terry Courton, Hays, and Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Jennings. The Hays High School Pop Singers provided the program for the meeting. Lions Ladies Night will be 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Ramada Inn. The Arris Johnson Barber Shop Quartet will provide the entertainment. Other members of the quartet are Bob Maxwell, Ron Pflughoft and Jim Nugent. ARWA , Fort Hays Charter Chapter of American Business Women's Association had a pot luck dinner December 13. The program for the evening was presented by the Hays High School Pop Singers, directed by Joe Dolezal. Florence Koerner, Hays, was installed as a new member of the chapter. Barbara Pelzel was vocational speaker for the evening. She. explained her position as a receptionist for Dr. Manuel Tovar. The annual "Christmas Count" sponsored by the National Audubon Society will be Saturday and all interested persons are Invited to attend. The count will be organized by Chuck Hall. Participants will meet at the south entrance of Albertson Hall at 7:00 a.m. and will go into the field in several parties. The group will reassemble at 1:00 p.m. to compare notes before returning to the field to find species missed on the first trips. Observations are confined to a 15-mile diameter circle, centered just southwest of Hays and will be made from fi a.m. to 8 p.m. This will be the 31st Christmas count made in the Hays area since L.D. Wooster organized the first one in 1921. It has boon nn annual event since 1949. The number of birds seen has varied from a low of 134 in 1951 to a high of nearly 30,000 in 1968. In recent years counters have averaged about 20,000 birds of about 50 species. Last year was the best count ever with 70 species recorded. The number of observers, extent of coverage and weather con- ditions, especially the amount of open water, will affect the number of birds seen. The main reasons for taking a Christmas Count are the pleasures of blrdlng at this season and the competition with other areas but the counts also have some scientific value. When viewed on a national scale they provide Information on bird distribution and may be of some value in detecting changes in bird numbers. For example, this Is an invasion year with many kinds of northern and western birds moving into Kansas and the various Kansas counts will help document the extent of this Invasion. Stork Club Mr. and Mrs. Terry Schmidt, Grand Island, Nebraska, announce the birth of a son, Andrew, December 15. The Schmidt also have a daughter, Amy. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beaulicu, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Schmidt, 520 West 24th Street. PET SHOP HOURS Now 'Till Christmas 8:00 a.m. 'till 8:00 p.m. Man. Thru Fri. Saturdays 8-5:30 Sundays 1-5:00 Exquisitely Yours Pet Shoppe 130W.9th Hays HAYS TAXI SERVICE 628-3712 6 a.m.-Midnight Serving Ellis County Cut out for future us You Are Invited to see our wide selection of wedding stationery and accessories. \ au anrl t/i*' /ah'st i Call Gloria Schumacher In th« commercial printing department. . . 628-1081 The Hays Daily News For Christmas WE'RE BIG ON BULCm The dependable name in time When it comes to buying' a fine gift watch, be particular. Choose Bulova. Because Bulova gives you everything you want in a watch ... quality, precision, styling, value. Plus a century of watch-making expertise. We have a splendid selection of beautiful Bulova watches All guaranteed to please. From $49,95 * A. Golden-glow oval with champagne dial. 17 jewels. $69.95 B. Silvertone case and bracelet. Jet black dial. 17 jewels. $(9.95 C. Handsome day/date automatic In gleaming goldtone. 23 jewels. 184.95 D. Day/date automatic in black and goldtone combination. 17 jewels. $79.95 Open Monday Thru Friday Till 8:30 P.M. Sunday 1-5 P.M. "WARM-UPS Tennis/Jogging One Of The Biggest Names In Tenniswear Today. Select from several colors in mens' and womens' sizes. If not specially purchased $62 - $65. , LIMITED QUANTITIES WHILE OUR SUPPLY LASTS. FREE GIFT WRAPPING 1009 Main Hayi f Nul<omjlly f omoui Nomt D'ondt «Op«>'9 I.I 9 Wi. Sunday I lo t> 27TH & HALL - HAYS

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