The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 23, 1976 · Page 5
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PAOK 5 December 22, 1976 Fourth Battery Wasted ; WASHINGTON (UPI) - A question about batteries from Vermont: "Can you inform me as to *why I have to buy two cards of iwoD-cells each to replace the 'cells in the three-cell flashlight? 5 "The fourth just goes to •waste, i believe this situation 'Is true of other size cells also." • A spokesman for one large manufacturer, Eveready, -says not enough three-cell •flashlights are sold to warrant •packaging batteries three to a 'card. He said, most flashlights use only two cells. PrinUyl Pattern Batteries from this manufacurer are sold singly and in two packs and four packs; the latter is used primarily In power tqys. You might ask the clerk to break open a two-pack and sell you just one of the cells. You are correct in your statement about the fourth cell of a four-pack being wasted. Unused batteries don't die as rapidly as those being used, but all batteries emit energy all the time. The Eveready spokesman said it would be too expensive to produce a battery that wouldn't run down from disuse. Popular hair care appliances such as dryers, electric combs and styler- dryers can be dangerous, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. An agency report covering (he 12 months ending last J«ne 30 says 900 persons were treated in emergency rooms for injuries associated with tjiose products. Cuts were the most common Bayer's Billboard by Michael J. Con/on problem, followed by burns, fractures and electric shock, Seventeen persons have even dted in accidents caused by electric hair care appliances, the report said. From the end of 1973 until March .this year, 17 persons were electrocuted when they used a hair dryer or electric , comb while sitting in a bathtub, and dropped the appliance into the water. Ten of the dead were men, the remainder, women. , A company in Rochester, N.'Y., has developed a small, fireproof home safe about the size of several shoe boxes put together. The manufacturer says the device will provide as much fire protection as a two- foot thick concrete wall. Personalities Mr. and Mrs. James M. Baker and sons, Jamie, Todd and Jeffery, Columbus, Indiana, have arrived in Hays to spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. O.K. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Pfeifer. They will be visiting friends and other relatives in the area. -o- Sew, wrap, buckle up this quickie juniper-dreSs in a few hours FLAT! No fitting problems, buttons, complications - it's ideal for easycare cot- I tons, blends, knits. Send! ' Printed Pattern 4791; Girls' • Sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, K'Size^lO ." 'takes 1% yards 45-incfKfabriC:' . • -> ', • • , . .' • • • ) ' <• :.' v -M- ;i : Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 35t for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to ANNE . ADAMS, c/p HAYS DAILY NEWS Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St.. New ', York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUM" HER. Lynn Kinderknecht, Ellis, will enter the school of' medical technology at St. Margaret's Providence Hospital, Kansas City, in February. ' Lynn Kinderknecht Kinderknecht, who is a junior at Fort Hays State, is a Certified Laboratory Assistant at the Hays Pathology Lab. HAZEL Jahis Ely, instructor of biology at Fort Hays State, add Judith Vogt, assistant professor of biology, attended the Medical Technology Conference sponsored by the division of continuing education at the University of Kansas Medical Center. They visited with Lee Ann Schulze, senior at Fort Hays State, who is studying medical technology at KU Medical Center. Church Plans Services The 11 p.m. Christmas Eve service at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 2900 Canal Boulevard, will feature special music by John Bartholomew, a member of the Los Angeles Symphony, and . other members of the Leland Bartholomew family. There will be a 10 a.m. service at the church both Christmas Day and Sunday. All services will be the Holy Eucharist. CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks and appreciation to Dr. Haigler, Father Harold, Sisters, Nurses and staff in ICU and third floor of St. Anthony Hospital. Also my relatives and friends for their cards and flowers while I was a patient at St. Anthony Hospital. E.A. "Eddie" Zwenger (Adv.) It is designed for storage of important personal papers, tax records and insurance policies kept at home. It weighs 35 pounds'and sells for under $50, says the manufacturer, John D. Brush and Co., Rochester, N.Y. 14625. A company spokesman says the contents of the safe can withstand more heat than would normally be present in a fire that totally destroys a house. Singerbund ' Perforrns Here Singerbund, a group of Ellis Countians who sing German folksongs, will perform at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Mall., The singers are an outgrowth of the summer Volga-German pageant. They have been asked to give several performances next year. Martha Nominated NEW YORK (UPI) - Rep. Martha Keys, D-Kan., has been nominated as 1977 woman of the year in political life, Ladies' Home Journal announced Wednesday. Mrs. Keys is one of 10 women leaders presented by the magazine as an outstanding woman of achievement in her category. Ballots for the 1977 woman of , the year appear in the January issue of the magazine. , Tabulations of reader preferences will be presented to a panel of women leaders. The panel will be guided by the preferences, but not necessarily bound by them. The final announcement of 1977 women of the year will be made in the spring. There are nine women of the year categories, with 10 nominees each. Categories are political life, science and research, humanitarian and community service, government and public '4;irs, communications, education, business ' .a^rid,.;,.economy, , creative arts and sports; dubs Stocking Stuffer LeAnn Berens L.P.N., left, and Myra Pfannenstlel R.N. tuck Klmberly Renee Arnold into her own red flannel Christmas stocking. Babies born after December 15 go home In the stockings as a MUSIC CLUB The December meeting of the Hays Federated Music Club was at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the home of Ruth Mattick. Members went caroling at the Hays hospitals and the Good Samaritan Home before the meeting. Marcia Olcott, club vice- president, said that all members, active and associate, will be called about the ensemble performance, which will be January 20. MEAL SITE PARTY Participants In the Hays Meal Site programs will have a New Year's Eve party from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m.' at the Senior Center, 8th and Oak Streets. A "tasting smorgasbord" of cold foods will be featured, and partygoers will spend the evening playing cards. Senior Citizens who wish to attend and who have not signed the list should call Mrs. Fred tfichmeier, 628-8168. Bring your favorite dessert, snndwlche? or other cold food. special treat. Klmberly, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Arnold, was born Saturday at Hadfey Regional Medical Center. Stockings Filled By Stork Bag Town San Diego, often called "Bag Town, U.S.A.," is the largest naval base in the world. Their military payroll exceeds 1.7 billion a year. HAYS TAXI SERVICE 628-3712 6 a.m.-Midnight Serving Ellis County Cut out for future use A number of Christmas stockings in Hays will have, been filled by the stork when Santa arrives on Christmas, Eve. Babies born in Hadley Regional Medical Center during the holiday season have been going home in red flannel Christmas stockings. Babies born in St. Anthony hospital on Christmas Eve artd Christmas day also will go home in Christmas booties this year. Mrs. Lawrence Younger Sr., a member of the Hadley auxiliary, said the auxiliary wanted to do something special for Christmas babies, and. they came up'with ,the idea at a meeting eight years ago. Mrs. Younger cut a model stocking out of paper and the auxiliary liked it. She has been making the stockings every since that meeting, and says she likes doing it. • Mrs. Younger, who can't sew from a pattern, "just cuts the pieces for the stockings until they fit together." Each one takes about an hour to make. The first year Mrs. Younger made only six stockings. This year she made 15. "That's mostly what I did all of last week," she said. The increase, in part, has resulted because the stockings decorate the Hadley nursery a little; earlier each year. . The stockings, made of soft red flannel, have a white top trimmed with gold cord and a bell. Nurses in the maternity ward, who use the stockings as crib covers so they won't become soiled before the trip home, say the babies love to hear the bells when they move. Twelve Christmas booties were made by nurses at the hospital. This is the first year holiday babies at St. Anthony Hospital will go home in special packages. The St. Anthony auxiliary sends mesh stockings filled with candy home with Christmas babies, and the cribs are decorated with candy canes. You Ar« Invited to see our wide selection of wadding stationery and accessories. Coll Gloria Schumacher In th* commercial printing department . . . 621-1081 The Hays Daily News W I If you can put I your feelings into words, \ \ we'll give you \ a place to put 'them. l DOES ROLEX MAKE CHRONOMETERS? YES. ALMOST ONE HALF THE TOTAL CHRONOMETER PRODUCTION OF THE SWISS WATCH INDUSTRY. I X I I •n IK The Rolex Oyster Perpetual in 14kt. gold, or 14kt. gold and stainless steel, one of the officially certified chronometers Rolex has been producing since 1910. Open Evenings Till 8:30 « rj \Create a gift. Write something on a Speidel Identification Bracelet — a zodiac sign, a phone number, something only i you could say to only him. Over 40 styles for men and women from $5.95 to $19.95. We make them really beautiful. You make them beautifully real. Open Evenings Till 8:30 TSPC*'* r" I: % May His ever-present love be a source of special joy to you as you celebrate May our thanks to the splendor your Christmas. • ';* ' »>t# DART IN 22nd and Vine and 335 W. 8th Hays

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