The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 15, 1971 · Page 9
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

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ur own By GEORGE ALDEN BACK FROM Qmaba where they celebrated tboir 65th wedding anniversary Labor day are Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Whitney, UO East letb. While Sept. 8 marked the actual anniversary, the long Labor day weekend pennltted all members of the Imlmediate family with the exception of one grandson to be prraent. The WMtneys were married In West Lafayette, Ind., in 1906 and came to Hutchinson in 1919, Whitaey was a construction engineer until forced to retire by a heart attack in 1952. It was in 1923 that the WWtneys moved to 110 East 16th and it has been home for almost a half century, The celebration was held at the home of a daughter, Mrs, R. A. Lovgren. Also on hand were sona H. T. Whitney, jr, Topeka, and E. B. Whitney, Springfield, Mo. The family roster also includes five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. AH were present except one grandson \vi)o lives in New Jersey, MOTORISTS headed for Kansas City who still prefer to take US50 will be happy to know that the miserable stretch tlFOugh flie hills east of Beto Junction is being widened hi spots. While tWa effort Isn't going to solve the whole prob- lemi of getting to Ottawa and 1-35 safely, it is bound to help. AFTER 27 years Bob Kopke is soon to baive a lo(^ on the ground at some of Germany he first viewed through a bombsight from tiw air. Ho Is particularly inteirested in a large bridge at Cologne because one of his vivid memories Is of mission with this bridge prime target. The Kopkes and the Ronald Smiths are leaving Thursday morning on a three-week trip to the continent with most the time to be .spent in Germany, Holland and EJngland. First stop is at Luxemburg where the quartet will pick up a car for a drive along the Rhine River and the stop a Col<^ne. Next will come visit to Holland and then on to England where a week wUl be spent in an amea well known to Kopke. His B-17 bomber unit wasi stationed near Lymington and he spent rest leaves at a spot called Wall-Hampton House. During the past several months he has developed a halfrdozen pen pals in efforts to get back to this hotel. Now it turns out the place houses school for boys, but there is new lodge and the Hutchonians will spend a week there with a lot o£ entertainment thrown in. Two luncheon invitations have been received along with one for a reoepitilMt to meet the toivm ofOdalsi. Winding up at Lymington, (he Kopkes end SmltlB will tako (ha histodc train trip from London to Paris, hopoiEf placQ for borne. rrs A FULL week for Ray Faubion, HABIT boss, who was in Great Bend Tuesday and will be in Hays TTMirsday and Topeka Friday to teU it like it Is when it cornea to attracting new industry. Faubion is one of a five man panel put together and working with Sen. James Pearson to ^ve Kansas economic development a boost. Faublan's subject is, "So You Want Industry." AT HABIT work Is progressing on a greenhouse bemg erected by CaMsvell Green- bouse. Inc., local wholesale florist. Caldwell has leased an eight acre tract just south of the main gate emtranoe for the expansion. Became The First Eskimo Doctor YELLOWKNIFE, NORTHWEST TBRRTTORIES (AP) Noah Carpenter, 26, who graduated from tfie University of Manitoba Caculty of medicine this Gununer, apparently Is Canada's firet Eskimo doctor. "To the best of ray knowledge, Noah is the first Eskimo in Canada and perhaps anywhere to gi'sduate,. witli a medical degree," «ild Gordon Devitt; assistant' dhiectpr of education of the Northwest Terri- Carpentft- grew up in Sachs Haifoor on Banks Island in the tones. : tcOPE Mouthv/ash Hutchinson News Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1971 Page 10 24 ox. Smith-Corona ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE It's electric! It's simple! K's accurate! It adds to your skills, as it helps you manage your money. Model #707 ~ $yiA77 Coupon good tO-l'Y sat., S«>'' " NEW! POLAROID SQUARE SHOOTER Positive focus and focus flash. SJioots square picture Polaroid's newest camera. COME SEE ~ NOW EASIER TO SHOP . . . PRICES GOOD SA ROYAL MARINER Portable TYPEWRITER $1188 For students, writers, homemakers, business men — Touch set margins. Full 82 character keyboard. PICA UA8I6 COME SEE--NOW GREATER SELECTIONS! DR. GUTKE rose hips vitamin "c" Katz Low Price Help supplement dally vitamin Irv take ... 250 mg./ IOCS WATER PIK oral hygiene appliance Reg. $l»-88 The quick, thorough way to clean teeth effectively. Incl. * let tips. #49 PHILLIPS mlk of magnesia Reg. 89c Choice of either plain or mint flavorad. 12 ounce bottle. LADY ESTHER 4"purpose facial cream Reg. $1.09 For a tmoothM-i lovler skin smooth on for e«p ly makeup appllc* tion. 10 oz. |ar. OLD SPICE after shave lotion Reg, $1.29 OlvM your fact that tpaelal yei allva fttling rt- frathlng.. Aftar Utavlng, 4% ex.

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