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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 28, 1942
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY .28, 1942, THE HUTCHINSON. K ANSA S. NEWS PAGE FIVE Series Of Parties Given For Saturday's Bride Rosemary Voutig, who will be married Saturday afternoon to Lieut. Winston LUUefield of St. Louis, Mo., will be honored at several courlesiei (his week Thursday nighl jMargaret Holford and Marceline Dinwiddle will entertain nt bridge and a kitchen shower In Miss Holford's home, 102 Crescent. Miss Young's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. Wray Young, 514 West 18th, will be hosts at the bridal dinner in the Blsonte Friday tilgM. Tuesday night Miss Young was honor guest at a dinner and linen shower given by her sisters, Mrs. Leon Osgood of Chicago and Mrs. Fred Adams In Mrs. Adams' home, 228 East lBth. 1 Gold and green colors were used in appointments. Green tapers in pottery hold- era of gold shade and a miniature bridal couple centered the table. Small yellow candles in individual holders decorated with orange blossoms wore at each place on the long dinner table. Guests embroidered tea towels for the bride-elect during the evening, Bridge was played. Guests invited were Mrs. Homer Kilcy of Stafford, Mrs. Young,' Mrs. Robert Marshall Mrs. Louis Scruggs, Mrs. Charles G. Colladay, Mrs. Lee Landman, Mrs. Blaine BarrlU, Mrs. Phillip Dawson, Mrs. Joseph Hardy, Mrs. W, J. Spears, Elizabeth Maloncy, Miss Holford and Miss Dinwiddle, Dessert-Bridge Mrs. Ray L. Green, 1713 North Maple, was hostess in her home this afternoon at a dessert course for members of her bridge club A handkerchief shower was presented Mrs, A. L. Bllckenstaff, who will leave Thursday for Topeka to make her home. Mrs, D. M. Herrick was a guest. Other members of the club pres ent were Mrs. P. J. Fossey, Mrs. O. W. Newton, Mrs. C. E. Seshcr, iWScWla soon. Guests were Kath- 1 iyn Westrick, Ethel Gorgas, Marguerite N«nce, Winifred Wray, Marilyn Lawrence, Kathleen Bennett, Mrs. J. Stamper and Mrs, L. V. McCooI. eighth Birthday Dena Viola Leonard, who is eight years old today, will be hon ored at a party given by heri mother, Mrs. C. .1. Leonard, in their home, 609 North Grandvicw, at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Mrs, Ruby Ball will assist the hostess, —Other—guests, .will. be Dorothy I Taylor, Lcrelta Gllllluiid, Stilt lu.v Kitch, Caroline Denton, Lindal) TurpHi, Beverly Leaf, Charlene Corwin, Beverly Hall tlnd DeWayne Ball. Hosts To Bridge Club Dr, and Mrs. Walter O. Quiring 1824 North Main, were hosts to! their bridge elub Tuesday night.' Dinner was served in Wiley tea room and bridge WHS played in the Quiring home. Mrs. Willis N. Kelly and D. D. Taylor won prizes. Hnstes To Bridge Club Mrs. Gertrude Morrow, 123 East First, entertained her bridge club' Tuesday afternoon. Luncheon was served in Wiley tea room preced- ng the games in Mrs. Morrow's Tomorrow's Events KITCHEN SHOWER. P.ulti ArbucHlr, ml IVul 11th. lor Fhyllli nurtier. 8 p.m. BBIDAt. SHOWEn. M»r(»r«t Holfard, 102 Crtitccnt, And Marcelln* Pin- wlddl*. lor RnMroAry Younie. 8 1>. ro. ICONOMY HOMRMAKEIIS, Mr«. Cllf- font Sua, 142S Kail Sixth. 10:30 A .m. QWIT AuxlllAry. Mrt. John A'fcotirn, J1S JmtlM, 7:30 Church Events finST METHODIST TiftlM* troup, Pr. fLnd Mrt. Gordon B. TbfhnpBon, Ul tut SttlU, 1:39 p.m. FIRST UNITED BRETHREN Million studr, Mr». J. A. Buckiii, ne E»»t Stxih. in *-m. OR-ACE EPISCOPAL Oulld. Mn, A. C. ArmUA *0. Niekertan roneL, l;,7d !>.»!. EMANUEL LUTHERAN LA, church, 3 p.m. THIN ITT METHODIST W8C8 ClrelM: No. l, Mri. P. M. Iroel. 108 We»t lTth, 3 pm. t>o. 5, Uri. r. M. Mik, MS E *Jl nth, a p.m. Ho. J, MM. U.R. Kendtee, SIO E»«t Iflth. 5 p.m. No. 4. Mrt, Arthur Bchroll. 29 Cut nth, 3 p.m. Jto. 6. Mr*. Raymond Blnford. 202 , Weil lath, covered dish hinch «on, I p.m. tin. ». Mr». J. W. Vandaveer, 3i>0 Weat I7lh. 2 p.m. , . No 7, It". Frank' Stockham. 2011 W«t IflUl, covered dlxh lunchaon, J p.m. Ho. 8, ilr». W. B. surfer, 114 Waet 12th, 2 p.m- tttt. », Mr>. C. Jf. McNalr, North Main, covered dUh tuncheon. 1 p.m. s. No. 10, Mia. *\ A. ree. 401 Saat ISth, 2 p.m. Ho. 11. Mr». Dale Sptnca. 5S0S Norli Main. 2 p.m. No. 12. Mr«. c, E. Ltvloaaton, 110 W«at ISth, 2 p.m. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF LD8, La-Da-8a, Mn. Audrey Sandera, icon, South Main. 2 p.m. f. T. A. EvenU HAMS R«f Crr^a Mwini, Mr*. Xxed . Smith. HFD 4. 10 a.m. I CHARLES KICHARD, son of Mr. and Airs. A. U. l)s>- sett, 1)02 East Seventh, Is tlio youthful owner of a defense stamp biought with pennies from his bank. He Is 2H years old, Mrs. Joseph Meador, Mrs, L, Noll, and Mrs. John Slerrelt. Lalng-Wllson Mrs. James Edgar Wilson of Denver, formerly of Hutchinson, announces the marriage of her daughter, Elisabeth, to James Adams Laing of Denver, which took place Mond;;y in St. Martin's chapel, St. Johns cathedral, In Denver. The bride's father, the late Rev. James Edgar Wilson, was pastor of the First Frosby terlan church here several years ago. , Bridge Foursome Mrs.»Edward Lambert, 810 East A, was hostess to members of her bridge foursome at a luncheon in her home Tuesday afternoon. Yellow stock and orchid sweetpeas decorated the luncheon table, Mrs. Vern Maupin won the bridge prize and was awarded a defense stamp. Mrs. Marvin Lambert was . a guest. Other members .of the foursome are Mrs. Roy 'Kornmcyer and Mrs. Lee Woolsey. Birthday Surprise Mrs. F. J. Hall entertained last night in her home. 322 West Sixth, with a surprise party in honor of! the 18th birthday of her daughter Grace. Invited guests were: Netlla Ruth Mlllarl Blllli Love June Rnloron Dean Ford Jam** stroobo Robert Kplcer Robert Collina Yvonne Mamroel fllorla Oranrton Caroline Kngan Helen SchuU Helen Spice r Betty Conine Birthday Luncheon Mrs. Carl Randall was honor guest at a surprise birthday luncheon served by her neighbors Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Carl Bullard, 418 East 11th. Others present were: W*«J»me»— Lyle DeBuslt and eon, MackjvilM Henry Edlae«* Olen Wllllaro« Laura Miller Hemic* Oakea , Euaene Phlnney William Cr.l* Clarence Voth Kdward Bfdwell Fred stepheueon William Carrull W. 11. Dryden Farewell Party j Norma June McCool, 711 East! A, entertained Tuesday 1 night with B farewell party complimentary to Gladys Lltke who is moving to Michael, of Macksviile"are spend ing this week with Mrs. DeBusk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dry den, 419 East lllh. » • * Club Activities Afeetlng Cancelled Members of Woman's Study! club, in the meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clin* ton Allan, RFD 2, decided to cancel the meeting February 10 be cause of the preaching mission to be held In Hutchinson at that time. — Mrs. W. H. I'ace-talct of recentf~l Quiviran discoveries and M, Pearl Leighty gave a discussion of Indian tribes in general. Mrs. H. L. Wilt reviewed the current issue of the state club magazine, Recordings of Spanish and Indian musicj were played. Virginia Borton was a guest. Explains New Bill Frank Kiser, credit manager of the Crook Furniture company spoke on the sailors and soldiers' debt moratorium act and its effect on the merchant at a meeting of the Credit Women's Breakfast club in the Leon Grill this morning. Mary Burkett led group singing. home. Grace Davis won the prir.ei , M, ' S - , Lc J Dryden, a former mem in bridge. Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. Phillip Beatty. 23U East 17th, entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon in her home. Mrs. Royal G. Sanborn was a guest. Prizes were won by Mrs. Gene Stevens and Mrs. Donald Long. Anniversary Celebration Mr. and Mrs. George North, 1101 North Main, celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary Sunday. Twenty-two guests were entertained at dinner in their home News for the society department must be reported by 9:30 a.m. Telephone 4401. Society Personals James Gijl, son of Mrs. Anna Gill, 100 East Ninth, will go to Norman, Okla., Thursday to attend the University of Oklahoma. M. E. Holloway of Ringold, Neb., is visiting until Monday with his brother, George G. Holloway and Mrs. Holloway, 134 East Sherman. He came to attend the Farm and Home week picnic. Mrs. John Taylor and daughter, Revelle Louise of Gary, lnd., spent Monday and Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Snead, 42!) East 14th. Mrs. Taylor, formerly of Hutchinson, returned to her home after visiting relatives in Oklahoma. Mrs. Snead entertained for her at a luncheon in her home Monday alternoon. Mrs. Glenn Crook and Mrs. Oliver Hildebrand were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd and son, Alfred, of Pawnee Rock are visiting Mi. and Mrs. WiVburn Boyd and dsughter, 605 East 'Fifth. Mrs. Lyle DeBusk and son, bcr of the club who has been living in Rawllngs, Wyo., and has returned to Hutchinson to live, was a guest. Twenty-seven members attended. Tell Historical Facts Historical facts about Kansas were given in response to roll call by members of Novelty Stitchers club In the home of Mrs. E. H. Cordscn, 211 South Reformatory, Tuesday afternoon. The group knittei; for the Red Cross. Mrs. F. C. Sartain was.a guest. Mrs. W. E. Thcll received an anniversary gift. Contest prizes^ were won by Mrs. P. J. Wharton, Mrs. Thell and Mrs. John C. Peterson. D of P Thimble Club Mrs. Erie Morris, 14 West 17th, was hostess to D of P Thimble club Tuesday afternoon, Assisting hostesses were Mrs. George Burgin and Mrs. Harold Schaeffer. Facts about Kansas were given in response to' roll call. Club prize MISCHIEVOUS Australia and Europcna conspire to steal the can of green paint from the top shelf In this scene from "Mrs. Wiggs of flip Cabbage Patch," which will b6 presented at 3:15 Thursday afternoon in Richardson Auditorium by the Clare Tree Major Children's theatre of New York. The play Is the last of a series of three children's plays presented this winter under the auspices ttt Hutchinson branch of the American Association of University Women. in the home of Mrs. M. C. Benjamin. North Hondrick, Tuesday afternoon. Mary Jane Smisor played piano numbers and Mrs. Everett Gunn reviewed the book, "Forgive Us Our Trespasses," by Lloyd Douglass. Mrs. Carloton Benjamin presided at the tea tabic which was decorated in the Valentine theme. Kansas Bay Luncheon An old-fashioned luncheon was served in the home of Mrs. Charles Bogart, 521 East Fifth, was won by Mrs. Morris. OthenTuesday atternoon in honor of prizes went to Mrs. Arthur Lynn, Mrs. George Kershner. Mrs. Schaeffer, Mrs. Martin Williams, Mrs. Earl Umberger, Mrs. Howard Evuns and Mrs. Orva^Boei. Covered Dish Luncheon A covered dish luncheon wasi served to members of Happy-Go- Lucky club at the home of Mrs Elijah Rayl east of Hulchlnson Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Homer Woodward became a member. 1 Charlotte Battershelt was a guest. Mrs. Roy Woosley won club prize. Contest prizes were won by Mrs. T. M, Kicenskl, Mrs. Woosr ley and Miss Battershell. Plans were made for a line party to the theatre next Wednesday. Book Tea M-Y-R Farm Bureau unit entertained at a book review and tea Take Up Your Needle Low cost need not mean run- of-the mill or unattractive home furnishings. Raise your decorations into the de-luxe class by 1 applying a little clever handwork. Take this rug, for example. It looks B3 though it came from a high-priced decorator's shop. Well, here's the low-down on it! It costs under four dollars to make^—takes 9 balls of dark colored cotton rug yarn and 0 balls of light, color. You knit it. You keep on knitting and cutting big loops until you have a shaggy, looped, heavy rug . for which a decorator would charge you plenty! It's a yard square. Border is about 10 inches, deep. My rug has a deep henna colored border and a light copper center. Make yours of any two colors you may prefer—light and dark blues, greens, black and white, rose and pink. Suit yourself and your bedroom! ' For complete knitting instructions for the Shaggy Knitted Rug (Pattern No, 5296) send 10 cents in coin, your name and address and the pattern number to Anne Cabot, The Hutchinson News, 108 Seventh Avenue, New York City. //m^M/dk. All / AiWTO OUT IN FRONT! k Outdoor pUy -*ikaUng, iVilng, toboggan Ing-* I nrc fun but they're hard on delicate tliln. 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Address orders to Poultry Dept. , MONTGOMERY WARD 16 N, Maui Hutchinson Phone 5304 Kansas day for members of the Coterie club. Defense stamps were given as contest prizes to Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. Ben Jones and Mrs. K- Sawyer. Mrs. John Haskard -md Mrs. Jones ivere guests. Mr;,. M. A. English received birthday gift--. Merry Mixers Club Mrs. A. B. Bassett, 902 East Seventh, was hostess to Merry- Mixers club Tuesday afternoor). Grand prize in bingo was won by Mrs. E. E. Waddell and Mrs. E. F. Austin won the mystery box prize. Each member answered roll call by naming a Kansas town name beginning with her first Initial. I'lan Membership iltlvc Members of Psj Beta Gamma met in the YMCA building Tuesday night and planned a member-, ship drive and guest night to be held February 10. Following the business meeting last night a line party was formed to the theatre. Columbine Club Rena Brown was hostess to Columbine elub In the home of Mrs. le Little, 1615 West Fourth, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Mecks and son, Ellis, were guests. Mrs. Martha Brown was assisting hostess. • • » P. T. A. tvettts Dad'a Night Observed Dad's night at Fourth Avenue PTA was observed at a meeting in the school Tuesday night. O. H. Fleming was acting president and D. C. Vandavcer acting secretary. Guy L. Ankerholz was In charge of the program. C. S. Brcdteldt led community singing and Rev. L. E. Brown of the Independence Baptist church conducted a devotional service. Outstanding work of the PTA was the theme of a*talk by W. R. Loder. "Americanism" was the subject of the principal speaker, Max Wyman, Hutchinson attorney. Mrs. Mary Avis Todd, Bed Cross secretary, announced a nutrition class will begin next week for PTA members. The gift from Ella Bcnschcidt, principal, of a lace iabJe clrth for the PTA was announced. Miss Bcnscheidt explained a diphtheria clinic to be held in the kindergarten room February 3. Attendance prize was won by Velma Moore's fourth grade pupils. .A penny parade for the student aid fund was held. -Robert Lewis gave a vocal number, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Arthur Lewis. Hosts were Paul Z. Goqjiman, L. A. Seaman, Thomas Rumble, C. E. Sanderson, John Lees, I. E. Gill, Harry Delnney, Clarence Glaze and A. W. Matthies'. Book Review Mrs. Leo McNerney, 11 West 21st, was hostess at a meeting of Liberty Mothers Study club in her home Tuesday afternoon. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. W. J. Weber, Mrs. V. E. Mammel and Mrs. R. L. Hockett. Mrs. F. A. Visser ^Presented a review of the book, "As the' Twig Is Bent." , State Deputy Visit Stella Millison of S.ilina, state deputy, visited the Hutchinson Royal Neighbor lodge Tuesday •night at the meeting in Woodman hall. 1BH West Sherman, and di-j reted new officers in their work. Ways were planned for the lodge to aid in defense work. It was decided to hold meetings only every second and fourth Tuesday nights of each month instead of <?ach Tuesday nigiit, Pisn.-, were made for a wh'tc elephant bingo party February 10. Clcmmle Scott: was appointed < hairman. ' i Grnn4»ieu- PTA iVilnu'e Moore and Fred Hcnney save >alks on the lesson theme, •'The .Tightened Belt," at the, meeting of Grandview PTA in the school building Tuesday night. MnWha Sehrant was in charge of Uir; program. His. Pearl Garten led community 3inging and Mrs. Heral Legg gate devotionals. A penny parade for the student aid fund was held. Grace Hall, Louis Tucker and Joseph MettlenMvere elected as nominating committee. Auxiliaries To Present Colors Members of United Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary met In the courthouse Tuesday afternoon and .made plans for a covered dish [dinner and program at the meeting February 10 in observance iof the sinking of the Maine. Hostesses will be Mrs. William Mc- Candlcss, Mrs. George Monroe and Mrs. Anna Bennett. , McKlnley's birthday anniversary jvvas observed at the meeting yes- 'terday afternoon. Mrs. Dwlght Lawson read an historical sketch [of McKinley. Kansas day was ob(served with readings of Kansas facts by Mrs. C. A. Scott, Mrs. Fred Owston talked Or: appreciate 'ing Kansas. It was announced that Wednes« day will be weekly sewing day jfor the Red Cross. New Members For Auxiliary Mrs. Dan Bellorc, Mrs. He'er) Hughcy. Mrs. W. J. Murphy, Mrs. Chester M. Routledge new members of American Legion Auxiliary attended the meeting of Auxiliary Tuesday night in the club 'louse, Mrs. George C. Colo, Mrs. F. O. Vantres and Mrs. V. H. F.-azey were guesU. A covered dish supper was served to Legion and Auxiliary members preceding the business (Session. Plans were made to [hold joint open house in the club rooms next Saturday night. The latter part of the evening was spent, playing bingo. All Day Meeting Eighteen members of VFW Auxiliary held an all-day sewing meeting and covered dish luncheon at VFW hall, 14 Va West Sherman, Tuesday. The group made quilt blocks and did other sewing to bo seht the VFW home at Eaton Rapids, Mich. Mrs, W. O. Sieker and Mrs. Arnold Hayea were hostesses at the luncheon. Read News-Herald Want Ads. Child's Colds Relieve Misery % #1^1/ C -Rue on VIVI\«3 Tlme-TMted W VAPOROU SALE 21 Pairs Joyce Play Shoes Blue, red, green, tan, cream .95 i . Regular $5.95 IDelct's Sho es m 4R0s PRta clearance FURNITURE AT RECORD SAVINGS! SOFA AND CHAIR in RAYON VELVET Superb "Modern style . . . built for years of comfort! Priced to clear at $20 yess than you'd expect! SALE! 3-PIECE MOHAIR LIVING ROOM!.... Challenges suites up to $25 higher! Restful roll- front style . . . government standard mohair corer! , SALE! 3 MODERN PIECES . . . $80 QUALITY! New beauty at almost unbelievable savings! Bed, chest and vanity in hardwood and Walnut veneers! • SALE! 8 PC. 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