The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 12
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 12

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 10, 1971
Page 12
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Omega Chapter Presents Fashion Show "Fall Fantasy" will be the theme for a fashion show at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Lodge, presented by Omega chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Fashions will be by Frank's and The Alley Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Terry pioskey will be narrators. Members of the ways and means committee, with Mrs. Stan Mason as chairman, are in charge of arrangements for the went. Assisting will be Debbie Van Campen, Shirley Dixon and Mrs. Charles Lot- land. Proceeds from the fashion show will go to charities. All occasion fashions will be shown, featuring casual, d a y- time, after 5, and a coat. i Miss Dixon, 2727^ North •Adams, at left, is wearing a igray vest and buttoned-front skirt with a cream polyester turtleneck blouse with long full sleeves. Black boots complement the outfit. A sleeveless, zippered coat over hot pants in burgundy and white is worn by Mrs. Mason, 36 Rambler Road. A i white turtleneck sweater and white boots complete the en- : semble. Boots shown are also •from Frank's. * Other models are Lynn Card, Salina; Miss Van Campen, Carla Lindsey, Mrs. James Bengston, Mrs. Jack Orr and Mrs. A. D. Wickendoll, who is a member of Xi Alpha Omega, chapter of BSP. Tickets are $1 and may be purchased at the door. MODELING FALL FASHIONS . . . Shirley Dixon and Mrs. Stan Mason. Church Goes Back To Tent MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — When the Central Baptist Church celebrated its diamond anniversary, members set up a replica of the first church, a tent, on the grounds of the majestic Italian Renaissance Sanctuary. The church was established in 1896 with 16 charter members. Today's membership is 3,900. The oldest members of the church served as hostesses at the tent. Included in these was Caroline Dorthy, 97, whose fath er, J. J. Dykes, was one of the original founders of the church. The church is two days older than the City of Miami. r OFFICE POSITIONS FOR MATURE WOMEN Start Training October Tl Yes, you can augment your family Income, make your life more Interesting and useful. You can qualify quickly for a well- paid, dignified office lob. The need was never 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 Hale will help you finance your course, train you, and then help place you with a leading employer. Dial MO 3 -4419 ADELA HALE Business Career School First and Plum — MOhawk 3-441* HUTCHINSON, KANSAS 47501 Start Training October 11 Unlabeled and Unsafe It is a good practice to throw away a medicine bottle if the label Is missing even though it may be nearly full. Page 12 The Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 10,1971 Student Loans Accredited ACBS 114 N. Main Open Every Monday till 8:30 p.m. Stealing Grave Flowers Is Real Tragedy DEAR ANN LANDERS: tew days ago marked the first anniversary of my mother's death, On (hat day I took floral offering and placed it on her grave. I bought a lovely arrangement of artificial flowers, thinking that artificial flowers would last longer than live flowers. A few days later I returned to the grave and to my astonishment the flowers were gone. I went to the custodian and asked what bad become of the beautiful arrangement I had placed on my mother's grave. He told me that this sort of theft is common, that drug users, desperate for anything they can convert into cash, come to the cemetery and take anything they can find. I asked if there was any way these despicable ghouls could be kept out He told me. "No — a locked gate would keep everyone out, and a custodian cannot tell by looking at a person whether he is a mourner or a thief." Please, Am, print (his and offer a word of advice, if possible. Is there a solution?—L. DEAR L: I can think of no solution except a guard at the gate who might ask the name of (he grave the visitor wants to visit. Your letter is one of (he sorriest I have ever read. How tragic that a person would sink so tow that he would steal flowers from a grave. This is the real tragedy. DEAR ANN LANDERS: If you print mis letter, please skip the city. I don't want my girl to know I wrote it. I smile a lot and keep my mouth shut so she doesn't have a clue that I am a little burned up about something. What I want to know is, do I have a right to be mad? This chick has been my steady for four years. I make a good paycheck and am not tight with the buck. We exchange gifts several times a year — birthdays, Christmas, SERVICE the hallmark of MEADOR'S MEADOR'S, one of 900 jewelers selected as members of the American Gem Society, is your assurance of fine qualify and satisfaction with each purchase. Since 1890. REGISTERED JEWELER ' AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 203 N. Main MO 3-4409 Easter, Hallowe'en, St. Pat's (we're both Irishers) and like that. Three years ago I spent a wad on a piece of jewelry she didn't like. I couldn't take it back because I got it from a friend, wholesale. She told me, "You're a nice guy but your taste is lousy. From now on give me me money and I'll buy what I want." So, I've been doing just that. Now I have a hunch she hasn't been buying anything. Instead, she's quietly socking it away She's got to have at least 700 bucks by now. Is this fair?— Hackles Up DEAR HACK: I think its fair. If you don't like the idea, ask her to come along and help you select something she likes. to DEAR ANN LANDERS: All us cats at Omaha U. read your column and we think) you're a killer with the syntax, Doll. We dig your counsel those mixed - up kooks and there's no doubt that you have a groovy piece of mental machinery behind baby blue lamps, Heaven Eyes. What's more, Lovey, you can be mean as a jungle cat and wildly hilarious, in the same sentence. But we have a small beef, Lambie Pie. It's those adorable little names you tack on to the folks. We can all live without the chummy touch. In fact, it would improve your writing whole lot. So cool the gooey handles, Baby, and just keep pourin' it on.—Gemini DEAR GEM: Thanks for the tip. I'll watch it, Chickadee. CONFIDENTIAL To Lost And Nowhere To Go: Go home. Your parents would be thrilled to see you. Thousands of Moms and Dads have written to say so. Zippy little knit. Ditto the pricetag. *13. Chevron-patterned polyester in zip front. Chain belt and zip back and three quarter sleeves. Misses sizes. JCPenney The values are here every day. Open Monday and Thursday Nights '01 8:11 -:- REPEAT OF A SELL-OUT -: Let CHICK'S Put A V es mam, we've gotten together a huge selec tion of 'he very latest in hoot fashions . low, mid and high in all the materials, all the colors and all the heel heights. Come in now and pick what's you, as we do our thing with these tabulous boots at these fantastic savings 18 00 - 3 0 00 VALUES ALL STYLES NOT INCLUDED Chick's brand shoe* 209 H. Main City Center Hutchinson

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