The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 3, 1971 · Page 11
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 11

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
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North Auxiliary Sponsors Show The Hutchinson National Bank and Trust Co. will be the setting at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4, for the annual membership fashion s li o w sponsored by North Hospital Auxiliary. Members of the committee Ing chargenf planning the event are Mines. .lack Wortman, chairman; Charles Hand, Eldcn Austin, James Stout and J. S, Spilzer. Fashions from Pegues for men, women and children will be shown. Narrator will be George Oldham. The ensemble modeled by Mrs. Robert Streepy, 5 Pawnee, at left, features a woolen coat in black avid while plaid, belled In black leather and worn with black, front- laced boots. Janie Hcdrick, .1007 North Madison, right, is wearing a brown and orange "animal cracker" outfit of boy - cut Jeans and juniper, that can be worn with or without t h e blouse. Her brown suede, shoulder bag carries out the animal motif. Others who will model in the- fashion show include Kimberly Kaegi, Laura Lukens, Fred Bichet, .Jerry rierson, Bob Bowles, Brandon Julian, Mmes. James O'Mara, Fred Liltooy, Karl Kntress, .1 a n Moyer, Richard Kaegi, Dan Scotten and David Anderson. The auxiliary officers are Mmes. David Baker, president; Jack Wortman, vico- president; Konrad Rock, secretary; and Carroll Sargent, treasurer. ENSKMRLK . . . Mrs. Slreepy. • • • Neivs Photos lly Linda Shipley love . . . enjoying doing simple things together. C**T)!ft4 lf/l ini *t-,titi ituil All if takes to earn these stripes is $13 What a beautiful way to go. In a blaze of stripes Arnel© Triacetate that goes from washer to dryer to you. reniieifi The values are here every day. Op«n Monday and Thursday night 'til 8:1.1 Weddings Planned Ti,.H ,«X „"nN... Sunday, October 3, 1971 'ANIMAL CRACKER* OUTFIT... Janie lledriek. Shirley Conies Thomas Teezor Mr. and Mrs. Billy Comes, HI I North Van Buren, announce (he engagement of their daughter, Shirley, to Thomas 0. Fee/or, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Fee/or, 10211 West 3rd. A Hutchinson Community College graduate, the bride-elect is a senior home economic liberal arts major at Kansas State University, Manhattan. Mr. Foe/.or is attending Hutchinson Community College. Joe Klilzke Juvli Mie Sel Mr. and Mrs. Russell Klil/.ke, Hansom, announce the engagement of their daughter, .1 o y Lynn, to Jack U. Wie Sel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Folkers, Oklahoma City. Miss Klil/ke is a student at Colby Coniniunify College. Her fiance was graduated from Shawnee Mission High School and i:s employed by a construction company. The wedding will lie In June. Sidney K inner Rohert llirsehfeld Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kinner, Spearville, announce the betrothal of I h e i r daughter,I Sidney, t () Robert llirsehfeld, son of Mr and Mrs. Mendel llirschreld,' North Platte, Net). Miss Kirnier was graduated from Dodge City Community College and Mr. llirsehfeld from St. Mary of the Plains College, Dodge City. The wedding will he Oct. 211. Dehra Cole. I'rank A. Star hey The engagement of Debra Kay Cole to Frank A. Slue key, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Sluck- ey, 2 Countryside Drive, is niir uounccd by her parent:*, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Cole, Topcka. Both Miss Cole and her fiance, are seniors at. the. University of Kansas, Lawrence. A physical education major, the bride-elect, is affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta social sorority. Mr. S'luckey, a civil engineer' ing and business administration major, is president of the Delta Upsilon social fraternity. The wedding will lx» Dec. 211 Shirley Comes Charlene. Malvyee Punl Sleinike Kllinwood residents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mateyec, announce the betrothal of their daughter, Chnrleno, to Paul Sleinike, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sleinike, Sharon Springs. Both Miss Mnfcyoe and her fiance attend Fort. Hays Kao- sas State College, Hays. She is a nursing major; Mr. Sleinike is a .senior biology major. The wedding will be next, .lime. i Buy ooui ot Prc-Toriff prices. Loyooioy for Christmas. fi * < 1 K , Ml $ 39 each ring II 14 Karat gold and diamond* Zoles Anniversary Spectacular features newer, bolder, richer diamond duos and trios. Well worth a second look. My, how you 've changed 14 Kant (fold diamond s«litair« , overlap trio set m 14 gold soiiMb? trio wi $250 Layaway now for Christmas. Or, charge U. Free Smile Button when you open a Zales 7^~}\ Custom Charge or Zales Involving Charge. Or use your Master Charge or BankAmericard Zale's Jewelers, I S. Adams, Hutchinson Plaza Shopping Confer. Dchrii Cole Sally Astle Stilly Antlv Stephen Lackey Mr. and Mrs. Joe (.'. Astle, 22 I'rairie Dunes Drive, niinoimco Ilic engagement of their daughter, Sally Jo to Stephen Raymond Lackey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lackey, IIIK) Fast lllli. Both Miss Astle and her fiance, attend Kansas Stale University, Manhattan. A junior homo economies major, lite hride-eloct. is affiliated with Kappa Alpha Tlieta social sorority. A graduate t)f Hutchinson Community College, Mr. Lackey is a senior civil engineering major. The wedding will ho next spring. Ihtrlene Kanv. Dean llyrum The engagement of Darlene Kane to Dean Bynrni, son of Mr. and Mra. .Fames By mm Jr., Hunston, is announced by her parents, Mr. ami Mrs, Elbert Kane, Spearville. A graduate of Dodge C i t y School of Cosmetology, the bride - elect Is employed at the •Spearville Beauty Shop. Mr. Byi'iim is employed in Dodge City by Speed King Manufacturing inc. The wedding will he Nov. 6". Is your window an odd size? Do you want a distinctive style, fabric or pattern for your draperies, if so come see ui about our Made-to-measure drapes. Draperies made to any size. Over 70 patterns, 700 colors to choose from. Weighted corners, 4" horns and headers, many other quality features. Follow those Instructions, bring us the measurements and wo'll do the rest. m up IS- i Width: Measure from (Q) to (H), or simply the width you want to cover. Length: For celling to floor length, measure (A) to (B). For regular floor lenQth measure (C) to (D). For sill length measure frooi (E) to (F), Add 3 inches it you want below-slll length. You are invited to come in and talk to Mrs. Zumalt or Mrs. Stofer. They will assist you in choosing an appropriate fabric in the correct sizes. These draperies are custom made to your individual requirements. JCP&nney The values are here every day. Open Monday and Thursday Till 8:30

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