The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 3, 1971 · Page 13
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 13

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
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They Will Be Brides Karen Wydick Randal Helus Oct. 23 has been selected as the wedding date for Karen Wydick and Randal Helus, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Helus, Ellsworth. Announcing their daughter's engagement are Mr. and Mrs. John Wydick, Ness City. Miss Wydick is a student at Hutchinson Community College. Her fiance attended Kansas State University, Manhattan, and is a student at Salt City Business College. 1^1 STEAMATIC 1 "Call Doug for a Clean Rug" Phone 663-2531 Mrs. Doug Winchester (Debbie Philbrick) Mrs. Harold Siemens (Vickie McCoskey) Two Pairs Married Saturday Afternoon Dong Winchester Debbie Philbrick Debbie Philbrick became the bride of Doug Winchester Saturday in the Faith United Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Messrs. and Mmes. Robert L. Philbrick, 220 East 6th, and B. J. Winchester, 114 East 5th. Rev. C. Robert Brown officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony. Mrs. Robert Wernet, Burrton, provided the music. Bill Stull, Wichita, and Kathie Philbrick, sister of the bride, served as honor attendants. Other bridal attendants were Debbie Taggart and Ronda Luman. Groomsmen and ushers were Robert L. Philbrick Jr., Manhattan, brother of the bride, and Danny King. Reception assistants included Social Calendar Club Activities Sunday PARENTS Witiiout Partners: ,',V3. Velma Ewir.g, 548 Easl B, 8 p.m. Monday SOCIAL Oroer of ir,e B&auceanf: Masonic Temple, 2 p.m. OUNCE Bouncers TOPS: Welfare Room, Courthouse, 7:30 p.m. WEEKEND Watchers TOPS: Shad- ouck Park Community Center, 12 :30 Dm. RENO County Historical Society: Community Room, Courthouse, a p.m. SWEET Adelines: Hutchinson Community Colliege Music Room, 7:30 p.m. HUTCHINSON Music Club: First United Methodist Church, 6:30 p.m. SOROPTIMIST Club: Eddie's Sunset Restaurant, 6:30 p.m. HUTCHINSON Mother 's Club: First Christian Church Educational Building, salad luncheon, 12:45 p.m. Tuesday ACACIA Chapter OES: Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. LADIES Auxiliary, Veterans ot World War I, Don Shaffer Barracks No. 80: Patriotic Room, Courthouse, coverea dish, 6:30 p.m. ATHENA Study Club: Mrs. Wally Johnson, 2805 North Meadow Lake Drive, 1 p.m. PARENTS Without Partners: Leisure Art Center, 1326 North Main, 8 p.m. MYR EHU: Mrs. Dv/ight Snyder, Nickerson, 1:45 p .m. Werlsnesday WOMEN of the Moose: Moose Home, 8 p.m. P.E.O. Chapters fc'K: Mrs. Harry Coberly, 109 West 19th, 9 a.m. CM: Mrs. R. E. Wiley, Willowbrook, 1 p.m. BL: Mrs. Henry Pegues, 104 West 22nd, 1:15 p .m. NEW CENTURY Club: The Red Rooster, luncheon, 1 p.m. Thursday DESPERADOS TOPS: Community Room, Courthouse, 1 :30 p.m. STREAMLINER TOPS: Community Room, Courthouse, 9:30 a.m. SALT TOPS: North Hospital Educe tion Building, 7 p.m. MINNEHAHA Council No. 89, Degree of Pocahontas: IOOF Hall, covered dish, 7 p.m. VFW LADIES Auxiliary, Post No. 1361: Post Home, 8 p .m. AM VET 5 Auxiliary: Amvets Clubhouse, 8 p.m. SILVER Leaf OES: Masonic Hall, 8 p .m. LA LECHE League: Mrs. Floyd Barkman, 125 East 13th, 8 p.m. Friday WOMAN 'S Relief Corps: Patriotic Room, Courthouse, 2 p .m. WOMEN'S Civic Center Club: Women 's Civic Center, 2 p .m. Saturday SALT CITY China Pointers: Eddie's Su.isel Restaurant, 10 a.m. UVIrDALE Chaper, Daughters of the American Revolution: President's Dining Room, Sterling College, luncheon, 1 p.m. Church Activitie$ Tuesday REORGANIZED Church of Jesus' Christ: Women's Department meeting. Church, 1st and Maple, 1 p.m. FIRST Baptist Church Circle Meetings Isabella Garris: Mrs. R. S. Fane- stll, 312 West 23rd, 7:30 p.m. Joan Anderson: Mrs. Robert Wald- schmldt, 9 Faircrest, 8 p .m. Louiso Giffin: Mrs. Don Brltt, 429 West 14th, 8 p.m. Thursday SOUTH Hutchinson United Method st Church: WSCS, church, salad supper, 6:30 p.m. FIRST Baptist Church Circle Meetings Carolyn Predmore: Mrs. Robert Fiedler, 3 29th Court, 9:30 a.m. Una Sawyer: AArs. Agnes Harbison, 405 West 18th, 2 p.m. •na Casanella: Mrs. Mary We»t- rlck, 228 West Vthv 1 pm- Margaret Cralm Mm Howard TV- tar, iwf East 4th. » Elda Grummon: Mrs. Floyd Smith* 306 East 16th, 2 p.m. BPW Circle: Mr3. Nedra Mitchell, 910-A East 13th, 7:30 p.m. Mmes. Richard Shores, Topeka, sister of the bridegroom; Robert Philbrick Jr., Dan Mason and Rick Angel. Following a wedding trip to Texas, the couple will be at home Oct. 10 in Hutchinson. The bride attended Hutchinson Community College and is employed by Fuller Brush Products Co. Mr. Winchester attended Washburn University, Topeka, and is employed by Southern Extrusion Inc. Harold Siemens Vickie McCoskey Vickie McCoskey and Harold Siemens, son of former Hutchinson residents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe H. Siemens, Springfield, Mo., were married at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Augusta First Baptist Church, with Rev. Vernon V. White officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. McCoskey, La Monte, Mo. Bridal attendants were Barbara Monroe, Jean Rodelander and Kathy Harding. Best man and groomsmen were Gary Bott, Joe Previtera and Mark Franko, Hutchinson. Ushering were Larry Siemens, Buhler; James Rose, Hutchinson; Charles Jones, Fort Collins, Colo., and Craig McCoskey. Mr. and Mrs. Siemens will be at home in Wichita, where both i are employed by Kirkpatrick and Sprecker, CPA. Magic rings for magic moments. Lea Ann Moorman Bradley Easter Announcing the betrothal of Lea Ann Moorman to Bradley Kent Easter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Easter, 1200 West 30th, are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moorman, Nickerson. A Hutchinson Community College student, the bride-elect is employed by the J. C. Penney Co. Mr. Easter is attending plumbers apprenticeship training school, and is employed by E and M Plumbing Inc. The wedding will be next summer. Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 3, 1971 Page 11 Lea Ann Moorman ArtCarved wedding bands, Beautiful and unique expressions of love. A tribute to your taste and lifestyle. That precious moment lingers and is recalled every time you look at the golden tones and superb craftsmanship of your ArtCarved ring. ' MMNMSHOMAN- 85 r if 1 { OFFICE POSITIONS FOR MATURE WOMEN Start Training October 4 or 11 Yes, you can augment your family income, make your llf» mors Inter- istlng and usefi 'i. You can qualify quickly for a well- oald, dignified office |ob. Tha need was rtaver greater for competent women In such office positions as: Secretary Key Punch Operator Accountant Clerk Typist Data Processor Receptionist Office Manager You will soon reearn your tuition cost. Adela Hal* will help you finance your course, train you, and then help place you with • leading employer. Request Free Booklet Dial MO 3-4419 ADELA HALE Business Career School First and Plum — MOhawk 9-441» HUTCHINSON, KANSAS 47501 Start Training October 4 or 1T i Student Loans Accedited ACBS I Great times are here! LQNGINES ULTRA-CHRON The World's Most Accurate Watch! $175 1 mm" 11 " Longlnes Ultra-Chron, Guaranteed Accurate WltWn a Minute a Month,* styled for rugged, elegant wear, everywhere! No more winding, no more re-setting, only precise accuracy* guaranteed timekeeping from second to date without need of costly battery cells or nuisance, frequent service. Open Monday & Thursday Evenings •If necessary, your Uftra-Chron wilt b. ediwrtstfte flito totermc. Guarantee It far en* year. Jenifers AS FABHCS VMI WANT AT PREES YOU HE TO PAY Sale prices goodMon. Oct. 4 thru Sat Oct. 9 POLYESTER D0UBLEKNITS IN SPECIAL LENGTHS $957 Jm YD. Values to $4.99 Special group of 1-5 yd. lengths in polyester dou- bleknits that double your wearing pleasure because they machine wash and dry. Mostly darker fall colors, some bright*, some suitable for men's pants and jumpsuits. 58-60 Inches wide. TEE SHIRT COTTON KNITS $2.00 value 971 Pay less than $1.00 per yd. for the fabric that's covering every body. For tee shirts, tee dresses, soft shirtwaisters. lightweight cotton single knits in many colors, many prints—florals, geometries, stripes. 45-52 inches wide. COTTON CANVAS PRINTS Values of $1.59-$2.00 Valtex puts bold prints on 45 inch cotton canvas for pants, skirts, suits to wear far into fall. Tiny florals, big daisies, super dots, reptile looks, geometries, stripes. Many appropriate for home decorating, too. ACRYLIC KNITS REG. $4.50-$5.00 $9 '7 Jm YD. Save $1.53 to $2.03 per yd. on Ameritex jacquards, sweater knits and stripes in single and double knits. Look like wool but can be machine washed & dried. 54 inches wide. BONDED ACRYLIC FANCIES Reg. $3.99 Save $2.22 a yd. on the wool-look pretenders in checks, plaids, stripes, herringbones, ethnic patterns, etc. Acetate tricot bonding means no lining necessary for many projects. Machine wash & dry. 54 inches wide. DECORATOR BURLAP 2 YDS. Reg. 79c yd. Perk up a room for a pittance with colorful burlap decorating. Make curtains; cover walls, screens, wastebaskets. Earth and sunset colors for fall. Sanitized jute, 36 inches wide. FASHION PRINTS IN AVRIL RAY0N/C0TTON REG. $1.79 c YD. All the news that's fit is print, and you can serve 82$ a yd. getting in on the print kick. Make a dress or blouse in Valtex's blend of rayon/cotton that needs little ironing. Prints with yesterday's look are tomorrow's rage. Come see them. 45 inches wide.

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