The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 5, 1971 · Page 6
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Around the Town Club Marks 50th Year Jubilee Soroptimist Club members met at dinner Monday in Eddie's Sunset Restaurant to observe the golden jubilee for 50 years of Soroptimism. Bouquets of yellow roses decorated the dinner tables. chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Monday evening at a meeting in the home of Carol Grounds, 519 East 7th. Other officers elected were Mrs. Jack Orr, vice-president; Carla Lindsey, recording secre- A history of the club wasltary; Mrs. James Jackson, cor- given by Mrs. Lucille Dunn. I responding secretary; Dorothy •Ztaov what'a alee about bein' around boat? Everybody can do their own thing." "Children of Your Own!" -- 3 Prepare for Visit Of Antiseptic Friend By ERMA BOMBECK and BIL KEANE Bxeerpted from the book 'JUST WAIT TILL YOU HAVE CHILDREN OF YOUR OWN!' Copyright (e) 1*71 by Erme Bombeck end Bit K«ane. Published by Deubledey a Company, Inc. ("With emotions ranging from despair to rage, parents look at their sons with matted hair curling over their shoulders and ther daughters with ropy skeins over their faces, and wonder why they MUST wear dirty blue jeans, flapping sandals, and assorted bits of clothing usually found in very unthriving thrift shops. I have developed a theory about this which may be offensive to mothers and housewives but contains, I believe, a germ of truth. The young like to look dirty because their homes are too neat.")—MARYA MANNES, journalist, author, lecturer and political commentator (Cleveland Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine, Oct. 12, 1969). Mrs. Edwin Beasley was pre sented the jubilee award from the national Soroptimist Club by Mayor David Mackey this morning at the city commission meeting. Charter members of the club were honored and presented an emblem scairf; honored were Lois Burroughs, Abilene; Mmes. Mable Rolley, Newport News, Va.; Walter Lane. Taos. N.M.; Tillman Dunsworth and Miss Nelle Mitchell. Mrs. Lane presented the charter scrapbook to the club. Delegates to the District 1 meeting Oct. 9 and 10 in Fort Smith, Ark., are Mmes. Beasley, Ruth Singletary and Edward Fitzgerald. Cole, treasurer; Carol Rueber, extension officer; Jennifer Roberts, parliamentarian; Mrs. Allen Dick, Mrs. James Griffin and Dsbbie VanCampen, city council representatives. Final plans were discussed for the fashion show at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 11, in the Moose Lodge. MR. AND MRS. John Weeks BPW Sunday in the Chaparral presided. Recognition was aiv High School at Anthony. Mrs. en to 25 year members. A let Betty Maier, Great Bend, pre- ter was read from Lynne Bur sided at the meeting. dick, who is teaching in Ala- The program on drug problems was given by Mrs. Virginia Johnson, Larned, Kansas state BPW president. Those attending from Hutchinson were Mmes. Leo Wright, Edward M. Allen, Eugene Vincent, Jack VanNatta. William Johnson, Laverne Bronleewe, Lena Truster, C. A. Shirey. Ray Seeley, Ernest Hill, Lucy Cummings, Ron Spitler and J. C. Jackson. A DINNER Monday in the First United Methodist Church broueht together members cf the Hutchinson Music Club for THE SOUTH Hospital Auxiliary board met Monday in Davis Hall. Sister Mary Gemma is a new member. A report of the membership drive and fashion show on Sept. 13 was given, along with other group reports. The bazaar to be at 9 a.m. Friday, Oct. 22, in the recreation room of Davis Hall was discussed. The luncheon will be served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donations other than food will be accepted at Davis Hall on Thursday, Oct. 21, from 8a.m. to 5 p.m. MRS. STANLEY Mason was: elected president of Omega 3007 Eart 4th Families living in the park were guests. BOARD MEMBERS were ... . ., „„„,!„„ »„u| n ihos (n?F ?s for the Mother's Club PresKhng at th j serv ng tabic, were Mmes. S.ngleta.y and, ^ ^ ^.^S ^ e ^' educational building. A musical program was given by Messrs. and Mmes. Thomas Fowler and Raymond Gordon, accompanied by Mrs. Bill Hutchinson. Rev. P. R. Stevens gave the invocation. Guests at the luncheon included Mmes. E. R. Schley, Lula E. Frost, John J. Moulds, Marie Chambers, Etta Murle VanBuren, Oria Bray, Frank Wolf, Olive Phillips and Nedra Mitchell. New members are Mmes. J. I W. Harrison and Ted Harder. were hests for a potluck dinner their first mee ting of the ciub in the recreation center of the year Sands Mobile Home park at Hostesses were members of the yearbook committee, Glennis Lindsey, Dorothy Dale and Mrs. Thomas Fowler. Mrs. Clifford Allison, Wichita, 1st vice - president of the Kansas Federation of Music Clubs, spoke on highlights of Federation projects. Mrs. H. S. Hanna, president, bama State University, Florence, Ala. Table decorations carried out a centennial theme, with flower baskets made of baked bread, filled with fall flowers and •"ilded wheat. The yearbooks \ve"s at t'ach place setting. MR. AND MRS. V. W. Maupin, 217 East A. have returned from Kansas City where thsy visited Mrs. Maupin's niece, Mrs. Delbert Inloes of Quinter, who is a patient in the University of Kansas Medical Cenler. Club Activities Wednesday WOMEN of the Moose: Moose Home, 8 p.m. P.E.O. Chapters EK: Mrs. Harry Coberly, 10? West 19th, 9 a.m. CM: Mrs. R. E. Wiley, Willow brook, 1 p.m. BL: Mrs. Henry Pcgues, 10.1 West 22nd, 1:15 p.m. BY: Mrs. Norman Bos, 2i06 North Van B'-cn, 12:45 p.m. MEW CENTURY Club: The Red Rooster, luncheon, 1 p.m. .' :l hi is 'i News Tuesday, Oct. 5, 1971 Page G THE KANSAS Cnuncil of the Daughters of 1812 met in the Hilton Inn, with members of the Wichita chapter as hostesses. Mrs. Valoric Wood, at right, is president of the Wichita chapter. Mrs. Roy V. Schrewder, Ashland, left, is president of the state organization. Speaker at the dinner was Mrs. Eu- {News Photo by Stan Thiossen) gcre Randies, 12? West 22nd, center. Other s'.t'c officers are Mines. Marion Stilwell, Hu'cV.i stn; Word, recording secretary; R'beit M^as, corresponding secretary, both of V/'chit;:; Fank Hodge, treasurer; and V. E. McA"thur, historian, both of Hutchinson. Acted In Most Brazen Manner MEMBERS of the Hutchinson Business and Professional Women's Club attended the fall conference for the 7th District of DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am heartsick and I need your opinion. Did I do the right thing? Bud is nearly 21, the oldest of three boys. He lives at home, attends college and worked full time all summer. Ml our friends consider Bud a model son. My husband susoected that he had been bringing girls to the apartment which he occupied since June. (The apartment is actually part of our home and Wedding Vows Are Exchanged We have an unmarried friend who visits our house about once every three years. Preparation for her visit makes the coronation look like an impulse. "This place looks like a bus station rest room after a protest march," I announce to the group. "We've got to re- score order." "Why?" "Because my friend Lydia Spotless is not married and doss not understand why we have poker chips in the planter in the hallway. Come to think of it, why do we have poker chips in the planter in the hallway?" "Because you made us get them out of the knife-and-fork drawer to make room for the keys that don't fit anywhere else and the fourth-class mail." Assign Work Areas "Oh. Well, I'm going to assign you areas to work. YOU defrost the refrigerator." "What's defrost, Mom?" "That's where you turn off the electricity and melt all the ice in the freezer and then turn it on and start all over again." "Won't the leftovers get ugly if we turn off the electricity?" "Throw them out." Theories I Have Blown "You can't throw them out," harped my son. "I was just on the verge of discovering a cure for penicillin." "Don't be cute. You can clean the stove. I'd do it but I'm a high school graduate." ; "How long will it take?" "Counting superficial burns and skin grafts, you should be finished in two or three days. Oh, and I want one of you to put a pencil beside the phone. I've been in Lydia's house and she has one." '•You're sure doing a lot of fussing for her." "I know. It's just that her house is decorated in Early Antiseptic. When I visited there last spring, I went into her bathroom and there wasn't one basketball in sight." "Where does she keep her basketballs?" "I have no idea." "She certainly sounds weird." Going All Out "Whatever she sounds, we are going all out for her. You all get busy. I am going to take the ironing board down." "A kitchen without an ironing board? Are you kidding. Mom? It's un-American. It's like Simon without Garfunkel." "I never told you this before, children, but there are some homes in America where mothers put up the ironing board Qnce a week, do their ironing in a day and take it down again." "That's easy for you to say," said my daughter. "But where do their kids put their schoolbooks when they come home from school? Or throw their coats? Or put the dog after a bath? Or stack the groceries when they bring them in from the car? Or do their homework? Or eat breakfast? Or shine shoes? Or iron their hair? Or press dirty gym shorts?" "That ironing board is family," said my son dramatically. "I don't care what Lydia Spotless thinks." "Okay," I said tiredly, "I'll give in on the ironing board, but get the Punch and Grow tomato plants out of the dining room, the dog collar and the trading stamps out of the bowl of fruit, the Christmas tinsel out of the carpet and the ping-pong paddles off the washer. Oh, and get the tropical fish food out of the spice rack. Lydia would never understand that." Next: Instant Vacation Michael Walters Jane Abildgaard Jane Abildgaard became the bride of Michael L. Walters Sunday in the First Presbyterian Church Chaoel. Parents of the couole are Mr. and Mrs. John K. Abildgaard, 1427 Prairie, Leo Walters, Topeka, and the late Mrs. Walters. Officiating at 4 p.m. was Rev. Jim Brock. Providing music for the ceremony were Mrs K. O. Bircher and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wilson. Maid of Honor Best man and maid of honor were Daryl Rhoades, Topeka, and Marsha Bayless. Ushering was Walt Abildgaard, Nickerson, brother of the bride. Following the church reception, the couple left for a wedding trip to St. Louis, Mo. At Home In Topeka Mr. and Mrs. Walters will be at home at 1645 West 37th Terrace in Topeka, where both are employed. The bride was graduated from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, and is employed by the Stormont-Vail Hospital. Mr. Walters attended Washburn University, Topeka, and is employed by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. Edward Kumorowski Victoria McKay The marriage of Victoria DeBree McKav to Edward Morris Kumorowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Edward Kumorowski, 1603 Harding, is announced by her aunt, Mrs. David Archer Falk, Tampa, Fla. The bride is the daughter of Victor Arnold DeBree, Coral Gables, Fla., and the late Mrs. Charlotte Ann McKay. Rev. Thomas Blakley officiated at the ceremony in the First Christian Church, Topeka. Musicians were Mrs. Margaret Hughes and Mariyn Burch. Attends Guest Book Best man and matron of honor were Richard Kramer, Kettering, Ohio, and Mrs. Alan Henderson. Other attendants were Lt. John Charles Peters, Killeen, Tex. t and Martha Macey. Alan Henderson ushered; Mike Gampper lighted the tapers. Attending the guest book was Phyllis Kumorowski, Harrisburg, Pa., sister of the bridegroom. The reception was in the Candlelight House. Wedding Trip Following a wedding trip to Las Vegas, the couple will bi at home at 3101 MacVicar, Topeka. Mrs. Kumorowski attended Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.; University of Arizona, Tucson; and Washburn University, Topeka, where she is a postgraduate student. Mr. Kumorowski is a junior at Washburn Law School and is an assistant manager of Gage Four Theatres in Topeka. has a separate entrance.) He talked to the boy about moral values and promiscuity but did not make any accusations since he had no proof. Aug. 1, the apartment was rented and Bud moved back to his room in our home. Mrs. Edward Kumorowski (Victoria McKay) Two weeks ago I went to Bud's room to awaken him for school. I found him sleeping with a strange girl. This was two days prior to a family reunion. The house was full of relatives. I ordered the girl out, but said nothing to my husband for fear he'd take the roof off the place, regardless of the relatives. I told my son I wouldn't tolerate such bizarre behavior in the future and if he did it again he'd have to leave. This morning I found him in j bad with another girl. I ordered them both out and told my son to get out—for good. Tonight I had to tell my husband and he backed me up. What a bitter decision for a| mother to make. I am heartsick. But there are two younger children to consider. I am sick with worry about the boy's future. What would you have done? What can we do now?— No Name Please DEAR N.N.P, You did the right thing. That "model" boy behaved in a most brazen and inconsiderate manner. I can't see that you had an alterna tive. You had to kick him out If the boy wants to come back—with the understanding, of course, that he will never again repeat the insult — I would give him another chance. (Ann Landers will be glad to help vou with your problems. Send them to Ann Landers, care of The Hutchinson News, Box 3345, Chicago, III. 60654, and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) Two Finally Meet NORTHAMPTON, Pa. (AP)John Zyrebecky, 76, finally met his sister, Mrs. Edokia Fryz, 56, whom he had never seen before. Mrs. Fryz, who traveled from France to see Zyrebecky, was born two years after he left his native Ukraine in 1913 for the United States. "It's the greatest feeling in the world," said Zyrebecky, who operates a grocery here. "I knew she existed and we kept in touch by mail, but that's all." .. • rv: Quick-fix AMERICAN BEAUTY DINNERS love is Lacking food bulk? ALL-BRAN* the natural way to regularity. Buy nouu ot Prc-Toriff price*. Loyouuay fcr Christmas. Man's dress style, water-resistant*. Lady's faceted style, petite band. Man's calendar, expansion band. Mrs. Michael Walters (Jane Abildgaard) Zoles Anniversary Spectacular brings you 17-jewel Bgins at very modest prices your choice $0088 My, how you've dunged La) away now for Christmas. Or, charge it. Free Smile Button when vou open d Zdles u«) Custom Charge or Zales Revolving Ch jrge. ' Or ux your Muter Charge or (tnkAnwricard •As long as case, crown and crystal are Intact. Zale's Jewelers, 1 S. Adams, Hutchinson Plaza. Red Cross Professional Shoes... friend of the working g?rl 'On Call' You live in white shoes, five days a week. Why shouldn't they look great, fit perfectly and be comfortable to wear? That's the whole idea behind our Red Cross Professionals: 'On Call', at at top, $17; 'Zingy'. $18. Sizes AAAA-B; 6-11. (Over size 10, $1 extra.) Wiley 's Shoe Salon, street floor. •Tfcii pr »«VM» fcoi m mrndien wheLvw with Tti. Anuim NOIIWMI M Cross Mambar olty canter* <

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