The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 3, 1971 · Page 41
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 41

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
Page 41
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North Auxiliary Sponsors Show Tlie Hutchinson National Bank and Trust Co. will be the setting at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4, for the annual membership fashion s h o w sponsored by North Hospital Auxiliary. Members of the committee Ing c h a r g c of planning the event arc Mines. Jack Worlman, chairman; Charles Hand, Eldcn Austin, James Stout and J. S. Spitxer. Fashions from Pogucs for men, women and children will be shown. Narrator will be George Oldham. The ensemble modeled by Mrs. Robert Strccpy, 5 Pawnee, at left, features a woolen coal in black avid while pluhJ, belted In black leather and worn with black, front- laced boots. Jnnio Hcdrlck, 301)7 North Madison, right, Is wearing a brown and orange "animal cracker" outfit of boy - cut Jems and jumper, that can bo worn with or without t h o blouse. Her brown suede, shoulder bag carries out the animal motif. Othorg who will model in tho fashion show include Kimberly Kaegi, Laura Lukens, Fred Blehct, Jerry Pierson, Bob Bowles, Brandon Julian, Mmes. James O'Mara, Fred Littooy, Earl Entress, .) a n Moyor, Richard Kaegi, Dan Scotlen and David Anderson. The auxiliary officers aro Mines. David Baker, president; Jack Wortman, v i c c- prcsidcnt; Konrad Rock, secretary; and Carroll Sargent, treasurer. ENSEMKLE . . . /J//.s. Sirc.c^y. + + > News Pliolos Linda Shlplay s... . . . enjoying doing simple things to- get her. if/i (of Mkjtlti Hull All if takes to earn these stripes is $13 What a beautiful way to go. In a blaze of stripes. Arncl® Triacetate that goes from washer to dryer to you. The values are here every day. Open Monday and Thursday night 'til 8:1.1 'AMMAL CRACKER' OUTFIT ... Janie Hcdriclt. Weddings Planned Shirley Conic it Thomas I' Pngell The Hulcliinson Newi Sunday, October 3,1071 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Comes, fill forth Van Buren, announce (ho ngagement of their dnughtcr, hit-ley, In Thomas C. Feezor, MI of Mr. and Mrs. George 'ee/.or, 1029 West 3rd. A Hulcliinson Community Col>go graduate, the brldc-eiect is senior homo economic liberal rls major at Kansas Slate Unl- erslty, Manhattan. Mr. K oexor is attending lutchlnsoii Community College. Joe Klilzke Jack \\''ie Set Mr. and Mrs, Russell Klil/ko, ln.nsoui, aiiiioiiiice the cngage- nonl of their daughter, .1 o y .ynn, to .lack R. Win Sol, m\\ if Mr. and Mrs. Calvin l-'olkers, Oklahoma City. Miss Klil/ke Is n student nl Colby Community College. Hanoi* was graduated Hwwneo Mission High and i.'i employed by a .'onsl.rucl.ioii company. Tho wedding will be In June, Her roin Shirley Comes Cliarlene Mateyec. Sally Astlo Sidney /' Robert Ilirsch/eld Mr. find Mrs. Harold Klrmer, Jponrville, announce I. h e icIroLhnl of I h e I r daughter, Sidney, | ( > Robert llirschfold, son of Mr and Mrs. Mendel lirschfeld, Norlli Platte, Neb. Miss Klrnier was graduated 'roin Dodge City Community College and Mr. Hlrsclifcld from St. Mary of Hie Plains College, Dodge City. The wedding will bo Oct. 23. Dehfa Cole Frank A. Stiichey The engagement of Dcbrn Kay Colo U> Frank A. Slnckey, .son of M!r. and Mi'H. (''rank A. Sfuck- ey, 2 Countryside Drive, is niir nounced by her pnrenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd A. Ole, Topcka. Mi.HS Cole and her fiance aro semiors al, flin University of Kansas, Lawrence. A' physical education major, the bride-chict is affiliated with (1 annum i'hi Ik'l.a Kocial .sorority. Mr. Sluckey, n civil engineering and business administration major, is president of tlio Delta Upsilon social fraternity. 'J'lio wedding will bo Dec. 2fi. Klllmvood residents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Maleyec, announce lli« betrothal of their daughter, Charlene, to Paul Stclnlko, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sleinlke, Sharon Springs. Both Miss Mateyee and her fiance attend Fort Hays Kansas Stale College, Hays. She- Is a nursing major; Mr. SlctnUto is a senior biology major. Tlu> wedding will bo next June. ^'«F*fw7;i<- ^-'LiM » j - *' ^ ' |auiot| for Christmas. m Zales Rnniversary Spectacular features netuer, bolder, richer diamond duos and trios. Well worth a second look. My/ how you've changed i ' < /./ c// f-i ', r< ',. ^ _&?''* :;>'.' '>/ '«><..!,>•' Yia —-jj) ho|lt,U)i.e trio sot ' IllutlHllonitnlirgtd tayaway now for Christmas. Or/ cltargc it, 1'ree Smile Button when you open a Zales Custom Charge or Zalcs Revolving Charge. Or use your Master Charge orBankAmcrlcard' Zale's Jewelers, !l. S. Adams, Hutchinson Plaza! Shopping Center. Dclini Colo Stilly Stvplit'.n Lachny Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Astlc, 22 Prnlrio Dunes Drive, iiiinonnco Iho cngngeinenl. of their daughter, Sally .Jo to Stephen Raymond Lackey, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Uickey, flOO East nih. Both Miss Astle and her flanco attend Kansas SUitc University, MniihnlUm. A junior liomo economics inujor, tho bride-elect is affiliated with Kappa Alpha Theta social sorority. A graduate of Hutchinson Community College, Mr. Lackey is a senior civil engineering major. The wedding will be next spring. D a r I ciio Kaim Dean Ityruni Tho engagement of Dnrlone Kane to Dean Byrtim, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Dymm Jr., Mansion, Is announced by her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Gilbert Kane, Spenrvlllc. A graduate of Dodge City School of Cosmetology, tho bride - elect is employed al tho Spwirville Demity Shop, Mr. By rum is employed In Dodge (illy by Speed King Manufacturing Inc. The wedding will he Nov. B. Is your window an odd size? Do you want a distinctive style, fabric or pattern for your draperies, if so come see us about our Made-to-measure drapes. Draperies made to any size. Over 70 patterns, 700 colors to chooso from. Weighted corners, 4" hems and headers, many other quality features, Follow these Instructions, bring us tho measurements and we'll do the rest. l-S-i Width: Measure from (Q) to (H), or simply the width you want to cover, Lenalh: For celling to door length, meaoure (A) to (B). For regular floor length meaauro (C) to (D). For sill length measure from (E) to (F), Add 3 Inches If 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. JCPenney The values are here every day. Open Monday and Thursday Till 8:30

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