The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 42
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 42

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 10, 1971
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Retain Vitamin C A week-old glass of citrus or tomato juice will not have all the vitamin C the first one does. If the juice is tightly capped and refrigerated, .there isn't too much loss in three or four days. How can such a big bank fit into such a compact—building? Pleasantly COMRAj IKN •BANKNG- NATIONAL GATE BANK 601 East 30th 663-1201 / Hutchinson HOBOES . .. hiking to a wiener roast at the K. P. Emery home at 718 East 23rd, are members of the Salt City Auxiliary No. 352 of the postal letter carriers. Mrs. Lowell Cline is president of the auxiliary, which meets the first Thursday of each month. presenting a new collection of equisite jade carvings and rock specimens of special interest to collectors and all who appreciate the art of carving and the beauty of stone. flOWM .NTEfflOBS one flight up. WHITESIDE BUILDING main at second love is . . . telling her she looks beautiful in -rollers, 1*WH lf*l 101 AHSfut 7UU« Freeze Cream Pttffs Cream puffs may be made ahead of time and frozen or may be served fresh from the oven. ENTIRE STOCK 15% Two Quality Stainless Steels GENSE • FRASER'S Fall Savings — Oct. 10th to 20th 2 PC. Casserole — regular 12.50 — SALE 1Q63 PROGRAMED CONTAINERS FOR MODERN STORAGE SYSTEMS PERMAFILE, the standard of the industry. PERMA-DRAWER, the metal-trimmed file. TAB CARD STORAGE BOX 3000 cards. PERMA-BIN, open & close top. PERMA-PAK, all purpose file PERMA-SNAPBINDRS, binder & transfer case. BINDER-DRAWER, print out storage. MAGNETIC TAPE STORAGE PERMA-STOR, storage for end-tab folders. PERMA-PLAN makes tubes obsolete. BINDER-BOX, tab binder storage. PERMA-COIN, boxes instead of sacks. INC. Hutch-Line, Office Products Center 413 E. 3rd • Free Parking • MO 2-3356 the S unday cene by Harriet October's bright blue weather holds its special charm for all the golfers and tennis players — and during the past week it was a great time for all! Seems tihat it prolongs the summer days just past. Keeping in trim on the courts are such regulars as Patty Carey, Peg Davidson, Sammy Stuckey, Joyce Hobart, Jane Cooper, Ginny Chalfant, Ginny Raincy, and a score of others who will be moving to the indoor scene come colder days. AND THEN October proves to be an ideal time to go a-visiting the grandchildren. Like Jim and Pat Douglass, who took off for Virginia to see their 'daughter, Mary Pat, Husband and the two youngsters they adopted' when they lived in Germany a few years back. AND LIKE Lawrence and Celeste Gabrielson, who will leave the first of the week by plane for Boston to visit their daughter and her husband and two young ones, who have been back from Chile about a year. Husband Aurelius Fernandez was with the U.S. Embassy there and is now attending Tufts University—Preparing for more of that foreign diplomacy, no doubt. JUST HOME from 32 days in Europe, Peg and Jim Casey had such a glorious time that Peg is admitting she wasn't ready to return home. QUITE A FEW informal get-togethers have been given for Tass Mitchell who is living in Phoenix now — but has been visiting Rath Wilson and numerous friends in Dodge City, too. . . Ruth is just moving into a new apartment. e THEN OCTOBER is also the ideal time for those Ozark foliage gloriosas . . . Including the tune Leona and Doc Maddern will spend at their Bella Vista cottage in Arkansas. AND THE gala weekend that four couples spent at the Garden of the Gods Club up from Colorado Springs — Madge and Carroll Sargent, Ellen and John Rimmer, Lillian and Harry Coberly and Gib and Ev Rains ... Much golf and fun for them. SHUFFLING off to Buffalo are Dick and Virginia Humphreys, who will be visiting son Steve, and family. Steve is a prof in Arabic and other mysterious languages at the New. York State university there. . AND PACKING her bags for the National Federation of Republican Women,.in Washington, where else?, is Mrs. Gwen Everett. Gwen will join other women from hereabouts, including Mrs. Don Whitlock of McPherson, Mrs. Dana Cox and Mrs. Richard Washburn of Newton, for a chartered flight out of Kansas City Oct. 21. TAKING off Monday for Tucson and a new home they have purchased will be the Paul Bowles, who are back from a residence in Guam where he was and is a civil service employe. Mrs. B. (Myrna Stout) has been here with her two youngsters and a new addition, Andrew Brett, born Sept. 29, with her parents, the Toby Stouts. AND SO — until another Sunday scene— Luv, Harriett (Harriet will welcome your contributions by letter or postcard to The News for The Sunday Scene, simply address "Harriet/ The.News".) . OCTOBER FURNITURE AND BEDDING SALE '179 95 MODERN 78" Sofa. Heavy Gold Fabric and Reversible Cushions. Only LOVE SEAT SLEEPER Durable Green Print Fabric $10095 with Twin Size Mattress. Only I7 ° MODERN SLEEPER. Full size Bed. Multicolor Fabric, Re- $14095 versible Cushions. .... Only .'" TRADITIONAL Occasional Chairs. Celery Green Fabric, 2 Only. ...Each SOLID MAPLE. Early Ameri- $1AQ95 can 36" China. First Quality. •"» MODERN 5-Pc. Dining Room Suite. Drop Leaf Table. 2-Leaves $OdQ95 and 4-Cushioned Chairs. Only ^*7 MODERN 2-Pc. Living Room Suite with Green-Brown Nylon $171*95 Fabric. •. Only ••* EARLY AMERICAN 2-Pc. Living Room Suite. Durable $1OO95 Avocado Fabric. ...... Only • * ' '87 '50 &fBEDROOM Chair with Velvet $C^95 Fabric,;* Choices of Colors. «^ MODERN 4-Pc. Bedroom Suite $1 AQ95 Choice of 2 Finishes. .. Only *"• SPANISH 4-Pc. Bedroom Suite. $OQO95 Dark Oak Finish. First Quality *'' MODERN 3-Pc. Bedroom Suite. Listfit Walnut. Double Dresser Mirror $JLO95 and Bookcase Bed. . Only *»7 FRENCH PROVINCIAL. 4 Drawer Chest Antique $CO95 White Finish. i-Only «• BABY BED. Standard Size. $OT95 Maple or Walnut Finish .. Only ™* BABY BED MATTRESS $Q95 As Low As " SIMMONS. Normal Firm with Sani-Seal. Treated Cover $4095 Mattress or Box Springs. Each ™ * SIMMONS. Extra Firm. Adjustable Rest Coils, Sturdy Simguard Edge $CQ95 Mattress or Box Spring. Each '*. SIMMONS. Super Firm Exclusive Cover Scotchgnard Protected Cover. Heavy Adjusto SJLO95 Rest Colls. Mattress or Box Springs .... Each SPRING Am - Trundle Bed. Maple $14088 or Walnut Finish Complete with Mattress. Only •"'' LA-Z-BOY RECLINER ROCKER. Early American Styling 1 Only. Discontinued Fabric. SAVE! ... only HASSOCKS 1 Large Group up to Va OFF *144 195 Floral Arrangement I Large Group /2 BOSTON ROCKER With Maple Finish-Solid Construction $7050 ONLY...... A » FURNITUREl 13 South Main--Hutchinson--Ph. 663-9071 BANKAMERICARD, "Where You Are Always Welcome" FREE DELIVERY • CONVENIENT TERMS master charge, Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 10, 1971 Page 13 Social Calendar Club Activities Sunday CENTRAL Kansas Toltec Club: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Eberhart, 204 Reformatory, 7:30 p.m. PARENTS Without Partners: Mrs. Mary Crawford, 1S37 West 4th, coffee, 8 p.m. RENO COUNTY Historical Museum, Haven: Open house, 2 to S p.m.' Monday SWEET Adelines: Hutchlnsort Community College Music Room, 7:30 p.m. ELKS LADIES: Elks Club, covered dish, 6:30 p.m. HUTCHINSON Iris Club: First Federal Building, 7:30 p.m. WEEKEND Watchers TOPS: Shadduck Park Community Center, 12:30 p.m. OUNCE Bouncers TOPS: Community Room, Courthouse, 7:30 p.m. LADIES Auxiliary of Veterans of World War I,' Don Shaffer Barracks | No. 80: Patriotic Room. Courthouse, sewing and sack lunch, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. REDWING Pocahontas No. 88: IOOF Hall, 8 p.m. RENO-McPHERSON Counties Legal Secretaries Association: Eddie 7 ! Sunset Restaurant, 4:30 p.m. MYR EHU: Mitchell Methodist Chapel, RFD 3, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday PROSPERITY EHU: Mrs. Roy Lyoft, RPD 3, 1 p.m. AMERICAN Asoclation of Retired Persons: Northmlnster Presbyterian Church, 12:30 p.m. HUTCHINSON Regional Group of the Horseless Carriage Club of America: First Federal Building, 8 p.m. WOMAN'S Study Club! Emanuel Lutheran Church, no hostess luncheon, 12:30 p.m. PAST Matrons Club, Order of the Amaranth: Mrs. Jennie Gallup, 104 6ast 17m, 7:45 p.m. PARENTS Without Partners: Mrs. Ruea Bryan, 401 East 7th, executive meeting, ft p.m. Wednesday JOLLY Down Club: The Red Rooster, 12:30 p.m. FOE AUXILIARY: Eagles Hall, 8 p.m. KENT EHU: Kent School, luncheon, noon. AMITY Study Club: Mrs. 0. F. Clapp,' 400 East 14th, 1:30 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 Education Building, 7 p.m. HUTCHINSON Pre-School Mother'* Club: Community Room, courthouse, 7:30 p.m. Friday PARENTS Without Partners; VFW Hall, Singles dance, 8:30 p.m. WOMEN'S CMC Center Club: Women'* Civic Center, 2 p.m. Church Activities Thursday FIRST CHRISTIAN ChufCtl CWF: Church, covered dish, general meet- Ing, 12:30 p.m. K LJR THERE IS NOW MORE HOPE FOR RABIES VICTIMS Rabies is still a dreaded disease and the prospects for a full recovery by a person bitten by a rabid animal are usually very poor. Treatment, a long, painful series of injections, Is In itself a danger for the side effects of these shots can be very serious. Just recently there has been reported the complete cure of a person infected with rabies. This milestone case is still being documented but it is a ray of hope for the future. Perhaps some day in the near future rabies will no longer be such a feared disease. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a prescription delvery. We will deliver promptly without extra charge. Coberhi •* 1300 N. Main MO 5-5571 Northgate 509 E. 30th MO 3-1153 Fast, Free Prescription Delivery & Tax Records. Go Now- Pay Later • Secretarial • Stenography •Accounting •Machine Acctg. Computer Program • Receptionist • Courses for Mature Women Rim COLLKOE Dial 663-4488 Day-Night- Vz Day Classes Ave. A & Walnut WEEK FINAL to get your ©Westinghouse Bike Radio/Headlight Combination i Just deposit $100 or mote to your existing or a new Salt City Savings Account by Friday, Oct. 15, and you may purchase this bicycle radio/headlight combination for only $8.95. Friday, Oct. 15, is the last day to register for FREE Raleigh Bicycle! Be. sure to stop in this week and register for this beautiful English-built Raleigh Bicycle. No purchase is necessary and you need not be present to win. Select the savings program that suits you best: 4.75 5.25 Sat jj / daily compounded /O intert on Passbook Accounts. No minimum. Q '/ quarterly interest on , /O $ months' savings certificates. $1,000 minimum. 5.75 6 Q I quarterly interest on /0 1'year savings certificates. $5,000 minimum. quarterly interest on O 2 to 5-year savings certificates. $10,000 minimum. ^—' — — • ^^™ ^**~ 'Vrvw^^ OMM 1 SAVINGS and L^AN ASSOCIATION 100 EAST TUST HUTCHINSON. KANSAS <y • "?" 4 ! A • *->,-.H:''. V » f! fa *r.t-X

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