The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 15, 1971 · Page 70
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Fact or Fancy Hutchinson News Wednesday, Sept. 15,1971 Page 14 Area Families Hold Annual Reunions NEW DECOR ... at North Hospital's Ncxt-to-New Shop at 2101 North Monroe includes striped awning, red door and new signs. Preparing for opening at 8 p.m. Friday are from left, Mmcs. Charles Potucek Jr., 9 Crescent; Fred C. Littooy, 26 Tomahawk; and Gene Curtis, 7 Lazy Lane, hos- (Nows Photo by Linda Shipley) pital volunteers. Staffed by over 15 volunteers, the shop's merchandise is donated by auxiliary members and hospital friends. Proceeds go to the hospital, with almost $10,000 donated in the past two years. Regular store hours are from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the first and third Fridays of every month. Glenn Finfrock, RFD 2, w a s elected president at the 25th annual Finfrock reunion Sun- clay in Hoover Pavilion at Dodge City. Other officers are Don Fischer, Hooker, Okla., vice-president: and Nancy Jo Kent. Dodge City, secretary-treasurer. The oldest guest present was C. J. Finfrock, Hutchinson, who is 86 years old; the youngest was Donna Finfrock two and a half years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finfrock of Garden City. Others attending were: Glrtle Finfrock, Mmes. Glenn Fin-frock. Louise Anderson, Messrs. and f.'.mt". Lonnie Kent, Fred Finfrock, Hutchinson; Ralph Martin and Royal Hornbaker, Garden City. Allan Fischer and son, Roger; AAossrs. and Mmcs. Norman Fischer and daughter, Carta; Harvey Finfrock, Hooker; Dean Hornbaker and daughter, Karen, Tribune; and Glenin Finfrock, Pretty Prairie. THE HAVEN Community Building was the setting for the Hacker family reunion. Attending were: Pat Smyth, Steve Smyth, Minnie Smyth, Mrs. Jerry Nelson and children, Keilh, Kim, Kris and Kelly; Messrs. and Mmes. J. L. Goheen, Wllber Goheen, Roy Barb and Forrest Van Compen and children, Gory, Greg, Billy, Barry and Debbie. Messrs. and Mmes. Dale Smyth, Hutchinson; Nathan Hale and son, Allen, Nov/ton; Roger Defter and children, Angela and Tony, Tempo, Ariz.; Bob Smyth and children, Rob, Sherrl and Kyle, Moundridge; and Mike Smyth and sons, Sean and Joe, Cclv/ich. Messrs. and Mmes. Steven Van Campen, Daniel Slater and daughter, Tlnn; Ted Florinnski, Wichita; Edward Altvater and daughters, Kim and Kathy; Edwin Gefferf, Henry Kollman, Leonard Hauser and Mrs. C, W. Hauser, Haven. MESSRS. and Mmes. Merle Young and Gerald Stucky of Pretty Prairie were hosts in the Medora Grade School for the annual Field family reunion. Others attending were: Messrs. and Mmes. Ira King, Orville Field and children; Leon Nichols and son; Robert E. Field, Mmes. Frank Field, Lee Field, Mildred Dlrksen, Roy Ogren, Lev Field, Hutchinson; Chet Winfrey, Dodge City; and M. M. Etrlck, Garden City. Merle Griffith, Liberal; Cecil Field, Mmes. Curtis Field, Wichita; Harold Mercer, Chet Field, Messrs. and Mmes. Roy Young and daughter; Eldon Field and sons; and the five Gerald Stucky children. Pretty Prairie. Messrs. and Mmes. Dave Horton and daughters, Pratt; Stan Barnes and daughter. Kansas City; Harry Scott and children. Great Bend; Clifford Johnson and daughters, Larned; and Dale Field, Partridge. MEMBERS of the Keeler families gathered Sunday for a reunion in Carey. Park. Those attending were: Linda Elkleberry, Kenneth Keeler, f/rnes. Nellie Keeler, Pearl Shearhart, John Hayes and son, John Henry; Messrs. ,ind Mmes. Ben Keeler, Jack Keeler, Richard Hollowell and son, Derlck; and Richard Keeler and children, Gary, Randy and Annette. John Clifford, Messrs. and Mmes. Harold Wlsby and daughters, Debra and Patsy, Hutchinson; Clarence Keeler, Nlck- erson; Howard Keeler, Ray Keeler, Ellinwood; Alfred P. Goetz, Zenda; and AArs. Bertha DeWald, Lyons. THE SIXTH annual reunion of descendants of Samuel and Lydie Carey was in the American Legion building in Capron, Okla. Officers elected were Sam Carey, Wichita, president; and Mrs. Minnie Berry, Medicine Lodge, secretary-treasurer. Present were 79 family members and guest, Stan Kraft. Others attending were: Messrs. and Mmes. Vemle Jenkins, Skip Jenkins and Chrlsle; Gene Jenkins, Flynn McDowell, Hutchinson; C. K. Carey, Colorado Springs; M. J. Cook, Mooreland, Okla.; Warren Mccarty, Broken Arrow, Okla.; and Merle Crow and daughters, Dawn and Leigh An, Hazelton. Bob Gesner, Oklahoma City; Jennie Eshelman, Randall Shafer, Messrs. and Mmes. Allen Crouch and children, Tony and Linda; Bus Rader, John Raymer, Elmo Bailey, Ray Gourley, Elvln Eshelman, Jerry Eshelman and children, Todd and Tina; C. J. Harrington, Mmes. Jay •Crouch and Beth Smith, Alva, Okla. Jim Eshelman, Marlonvllle, Mo.; Mmes. Edith Kragh, Waynoka, Okla.; Larry Mccarty and daughter, Debra; Ruby McGarry, Messrs. and Mmes. Joe Rader, Wesley Rader and children, Michael and Michelle, Hardtner; Dwlght Stephens and Wayne Nichols and children, Deanna and Jerry, Norwich. Mmes. Sam Carey, Bob Wills and daughter, De Ann, Messrs. and Mmes. Harley Carey, Wichita; Ronald Shafer and daughter, Tina, Cherokee, Okla.; Kenneth Yount, Aurora, Mo.; Leonard Carey, Mmes. Lydla Gesner and Morris Kratt and children, Mark and Marcia, Kiowa. MR. AND MRS. James A. Goodson, McPherson, will observe their silver wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 to 4 p.rri Sunday in the parlor of the Trinity Lutheran Church in McPherson. The honorees' children are Kip, Todd and Robin, of the home. TWENTY-ONE members of the Dighton Twentieth Century Club and one guest, Mrs. Leo Ifarlanmert, met for a coffee in the home of Mrs. Vernon Waterson. Hostesses for the first meeting of the club season were members of the yearbook committee. "Early School Days in Lane County" was the title of the program given by Mrs. William Caldwell. There have been 54 different schools in operation since the county's first in 1887, and the yearly cost of the first high school in 1902 was $640, according to Mrs. Caldwell. DODGE CITY'S New Era Federated Club opened the club year with a luncheon in the home of the president, Mrs. W. Seacat. Participating in the program were Mmes. Elburn Ferguson,, L. R. Miller, Homer Walker and J. W. McAllister. PRATT 19th Century Club members were guests for a coffee and first meeting of the club year in the home of Mrs. Roy Simpson. Assisting were Mmes. Gladys Lansdown and D. L. Meisenheimer. A resume of the programs for the year was given by Mmes. John Seifert and Beryl Patchen, in a mock telephone conversation. Mrs. Merle Orme conducted a parliamentary quiz. Delegates to the KFWC 7th District convention in October • at Liberal will be the officers of the club. MEMBERS of the Bunker Hill Birthday Club met in the home of Mrs. Bill Robertson to observe Mrs. Robertson's birthday. Those attending were Mmes. Lena Fairchild, Leland Shaffer, Alice Madden, Art Olson, Ruby Powers, Laura Langhofer, Roland Griffin and Carl Shaffer. THE BLACK and Gold Room of the Memorial Union at Fort Hays Kansas State College at Hays was the setting for a Faculty Wives Tea. Welcoming the guests were Mrs. Glen Lojka,'president of the club, and Mrs. John Garwood. A program on creative stitch- ery was given by Mrs. Alice McFarland, who showed a display of her work. Mrs. Garwood was chairman ^of the Tiger Tea, assisted by "Mmes. Stephen Tramel, Richard Whittington, Dale Peier, Cade Suran, Bill Hancock, Bob Maxwell, Chuck Brehm, Dan Duran, Standlee V. Dalton and Elton Beougher. 'True Physician' I SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (AP) — Dr. Nancy Edwin Doyle, 26, has become the first woman to receive the University of California School of Medicine's highest award, the Gold Cane. ft is the symbol of acclaim for the graduating student chosen by teachers and classmates as exemplifying qualities of a "true physician." Pat's Pointers Brighten Wall With Sunflower Brighten up any wall with this unique and original sunflower, complete with a knitted ladybug perched on a leaf. Make one for yourself, then do some more for gifts and your bazaar contribution. They are sure to be bestsellers! This is a perfect spare-time project, since it is quick, easy, inexpensive and is worked in small pieces. Good for using up leftover yarns, too. To obtain complete directions for making sunflower wall hanging, send your request for Leaflet No. JU-27 with 35 cents and a long, stamped, self-ad'- dressed envelope to: Pat Trexler. The Hutchinson News, P. O. Box 17635, Charlotte, N.C. 28211. "Pal's Guide to Interchangeable Yarns" Is available from lihe same address for an additional 50 cents and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. For illustrated Instructions on knitting and crochet, SEND TODAY for Pat Trcxler's KNIT KNACKS, a 96-page hard-cover book with hundreds of Pat's pointers. This basic instruction guide has baen compiled in response to hundreds of appeals from her readers, and is written for those who want to learn something new. The book is $2.50 plus 25 cents for postage and handling. Send to Pat Trcx­ ler's Knit Knacks, c/o The Hutchinson News, Fawcett Publications, Dept. KK-52 Fawcatt Place, Greenwich, Conn. 06830. I WONDER how many of you have discovered haw great it is to knit round ajid round on Receives CPS Rating SUNFLOWER .. . wallhunging features Uulybug on leaf. circular needles, avoiding a great deal of finishing. You can eliminate most seams by knit- ling this way. With circular needles, you cast on stitches in (he same manner used with straight needles. But, if you plan to work round and round to form a tubular piece instead of turning your work and knitting or purling the last cast-on stitch, you simply start by knitting the first stitch which was cast on. This automatically joins your work and you will then knit all the stitches on every round for stockinette stitch. For a neater joining, cast, on one more stitch than is required. When you have done this, slip the last cast-on stitch to the other tip and knit this stitch together with the first casi on stitch. Before joining your work, check carefully to sec that your stitches arc not twisted on the needle. That is, the smooth portion of every stitch should be on top of the needle and the "bumpy" part should be on the bottom surface of the needle. If you do not take this precaution, your work may be hopelcsfrty twisted. Unfortunately, this won't become apparent to you until several rows arc worked, and it can not he corrected. You will just have to rip out and start over. With double-pointed needles, cast on a third of the stitches on the first needle, a third on a second needle, and the balance on a third needle. When this is done, push the stitches of needle number one toward the op|«vsite end of the needle and, with free needle, keil these stitches. Next, push stildies of I h e second needle toward opposite end and knit them. Repent this • •'{•<•«:* with the stitches on the third needle and one round will • • vnpLvc. If you find this awkward— and many do —you can cast aH the stitches onto a straight needle. WJth each of three, double-pointed needles, knit off one third of the stitches; then, with fourth needle, join and work in rounds. When your work is completed, you will probably want to whip together the two studies at the joining if you cast on in this manner. With either method of casting on, check, just as you do with circular knitting, to be sure tiiat your stitches are not twist- ei h if ore joining. Mrs. Jack D. Van Natta, 600' West 15th, lias been awarded a certificate for the rating of certified professional secretary, granted by the National Secretaries Association (Int.). Making the presentation at a clinner meeting of the Hutchinson Prairie Chapter of the Association in The Corner was Rosemarie La Londe, Kansas City, state president of the or­ ganisation. Mrs. John Hendrix presented the CPS pin to Mrs. Van Natta. In order to receive the rating, Mrs. Van Natta completed a six-part, two-day examination given by Wichita State University for the Institute for Certifying Secretaries, a department of the Association. There are 67 certified professional secretaries in Kansas, and over 5,000 in the United States. The 1st vice-president of the local chapter, Mrs. Van Natta is the second chapter member to receive a CPS rating. Mrs. Joann Graham obtained her rating in 1970. Guests at the meeting included Mr. Van Natta and children, Rochelle and Ray Van Natta, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Van Natta; and Mrs. Van Natta's employer, Dr. C. T. McCoy, and Mrs. McCoy. Out-of-town guests were Mmes. Pat Fogle, Helen K. Peterson, Dorothy Hancock, Evelyn Daniels and June Shaw, Wichita. Speaker was Mrs. Don Davis, chairman of the Reno County Environmental Committee, who spoke on ecology. CPS RATING . . given to Mrs. Van Nattta, left, by Miss La Londe. Hints from Heloise Dear Heloise: 1 hate to clean silver —any kind! When it gets to the point of no return in our home I invite a foursome for lunch or friends for dinner By Heioise Cruse % Then I clean and polish furiously and have a wonderful time doing it. Neva G. Dear Heloise: Here is a helpful hint for the ladies who have synthetic wigs. As you know, when they are washed, synthetic wigs should not be dried on a wig stand, but allowed to drip-dry. Well, one day when I washed mine and was trying to find a place to hang it, I thought of my washer. Just raised the lid, placed the wig over the post and left the lid up so the air would circulate and I e t it drip till dry. Mary Cat hey Dear Heloise: Whenever you are in need of chilled glasses in a hurry, sinmly hold each glass in turn sitfewiiys and scrape it along the inside of your freezer. The frost will drop on the glass aud chill it very quickly and effectively. Needless to say, your freezer must not be frost-free! Mrs. K.D. Dear Heloise: I am a great ribbon and bow saver. I can never bring myself to throw away the pretty bows that come on gift packages. However, when,I go to use them I never seem to have rib- [ bon to match the paper I have! on hwul or vice versa. So 1 cut! tiny pieces off all my bows and! tape them on a small card that I can carry hi my purse. When 1 am in a dime store 1 buy a few yards of ribbon to I match the bow sample or paper sample, whichever it is that I need. Mrs. O. S, Dear Heloise: I read your column the very first thing every morning. I have not only learned a lot but have gotten a lot of laughs too. And that is what this old world needs — more love and more laughter, Keep it coming! M^g Strom (Send your suggestions to Heloise, core of The Hutchinson News, Box No. 190 Hutchinson, Kan.) LOVQ 25 , . . remembering to replace the toothpaste cap. •'•DV«M tOS ANGUti turn carpet, cleaning "Call Doug for a Clean Rug" Phone 663-1538 Stitch-Up with SAVINGS • Beautiful Fabrics • Remnant Prices MARTIN'S Remnant Shop 2307 N. Main Miss Quelques Fleurs Invites you to the Houbigant counter to receive an elegant Perfumed Dusting Powder with any purchase of Quelques Fleurs the beginning of a beautiful past. Spray Mist, $5 Dusting Powder, $4 Pure Spray, $5 Cosmetics

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