The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 54
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 54

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 10, 1971
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Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 10, 1971 Page 26 - (Hutchinson Newi-UPI Telephoto) GIANT SNAILS — A U.S. Department of Agriculture inspector sifts through a collection of giant African snails which were gathered in the South Florida area recently. The snail has been found in several areas of Miami and ecologists fear it may damage much of South Florida's plant life. Agriculture Department agents have attacked the infestation with insecticides. Don't Hide Those Family Portraits AP Newsfcatures Portraits of the family shouldn't be stashed away in mothballs. Fall decorating may provide the ideal opportunity to incorporate portraits of the family into the decorative scheme, members of the Professional Photographers of America suggest. In addition, James Hewlett, Horse Riding Popular By KENNETH L. WHITING JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) — The horse is alive and well in the fashionable northern suburbs here. Riding for fun and profit is enjoying a wave of popularity in this city and elsewhere in South Africa. Johannesburg now has at least a dozen professional riding schools. It's estimated there are 5,000 privately owned steeds in the suburb of Sandton alone. "Riding today is attracting people from all walks of life although a certain degree of social exclusiveness does remain," says Jack van Hul- steyn, owner of the Blue Hills Riding School. "This is the ideal way for the family, or just the children, to get out Into the country at weekends for exercise and fresh air. It's a- reaction in part to the artificiality of city life, a desire to get back to the basic world of animals and nature," Van Hulsteyn added. He estimates his clientele is about equally divided between the sexes. Women appear to outnumber men at other loca stables by at least two to one however. The only South African facto !ry producing jodhpurs, riding and polo breeches is stepping up its output as a direct result of the increased popularity of riding as a pastime. The boss altered the tradl tional appearance of jodhpurs upon taking over the factory last year by updating the appearance, resizing patterns and getting rid of the characteristic "bellows" over hips and thighs Some ardent riders want to get their pastime accepted as a national sport. They are supported by an oil company which has donated $16,800 to ward 80 scholarships for teenage riders to improve the country's standard of horsemanship, Holds Second AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - Texans spent $283 million in new .cars in 1970, the Texas Automobile Dealers Association says • With 5.2 million cars and 1.5 million trucks and buses, Texas was exceeded only by California in vehicle registrations last year. interior design expert notes that the trend is. to homes designed to reflect personal tastes and interests. Family portraits fall into this category and when well-arranged can be an important decorating asset. In his opinion. The family portraits can reflect the personalities and commemorate important activities of those who share the home. "There are a number of interesting ways—creative ways—to use portraits to decorate your home," says Kermit L. Buntrock, Portrait Division Chairman of the photographers group, the world's oldest and largest association of profes sional pbotogarphers 'Hero's Corner' For example, you might borrow from the Japanese and decorate a hero's corner, dedicated to the father of the family and featuring a large portrait of him. "WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR LESS" IBSON'S OPEN DAILY 9 A % 10™ SUNDAYS 12 N0 ™ 7 1125 EAST FOURTH ST. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS P.M. Photographer Virginia Friesen of Buhler, Kansas impresses her fellow professionals with her use of antiqued wood boards and native rock—to provide a masculine effect to men's pictures. Dad's business accom plishments might be newsworthy enough to feature clips, plaques, service honors, scrolls or awards, observes Buntrock. These might be arranged around a space reserved for his business portrait. Arid business likenesses no longer are stiff images, points out Paul Gittings, Jr., a business portrait photographer of Houston, Tex. The new relaxed look of the business man photq) 1 graph makes the portrait suitable for home display. Another decorative idea suggested by the photographers is a history wall, sort of a living sampler with a collection of photographs of ancestors and current family members. It might even be done like a family tree. The preparation can be lots of fun and the project can give the children a sense of family identity. Old pictures can be copied and restored easily using modern techniques. A photographer may recommend finishing an old photograph in a browntone in keeping with its old look or updating it with color, an art that was practiced by many old-time portrait photographers. Will Be Head At Julliard School NEW YORK (AP) - Alfred Wallenstein will join the Juilliard School as head of the orchestral department next fall. Wallenstein was principal eel list of the Chicago Symphony, 1922-27. In 1927 Toscanini made him principal cellist of the New York Philharmonic. Wallenstein was music director and conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic from 1943 to 1956. Recently he has been pest conducting. LIVE ALONE? Husband away at nights? Protect yourself from INTRUDERS, DOPE ADDICTS with » low cost security system for your home or apartment. From S».M up. Call 3H-M2-6154, Preventor Security Systems/ Hutchinson. HEALTH & BEAUTY CAPRI FOAMING BATH OIL 2 Qt. Bottle 83 VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION GIBSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE 6 oz. Pepto- Bismot PEPTO BISMOL FOR UPSET STOMACH 16 oz. BOOB 6V4 oz. EDGE SHAVE CREAM REGULAR or MENTHOL VISCOUNT RADIO SOLID STATE A.M./F.M. aft" 1 *""- r i i * Slide Rule Tuning Complete with Carrying Strap, Earphones, Battery Model No. 1260B SCHICK ELECTRIC RAZOR WITH COMFORT CONTROL STAINLESS STEEL BLADES ADJUSTABLE HEAD SETTING $ 10 45 SOFT GOODS NEW CRUSH PANTY HOSE One Size Fits All Nude Heel D. Sand - Coffee • Trop. Intrigue • Cinnamon Style No. 469 or 964 GIBSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE 43 Fibre Fill or Lace Cup White and Asst. Colors Regular or Stretch Strap Special Group of LADIES' BRAS Sizes 32 to 38 LADIES 1 DRESS And Casual Shoes Large Selection of Styles & Colors * 5 97 Ladies' Fall Sweaters 100% Acrylic Full Fashion Sleeve Crew Neck Turtle Neck Zipper Front Pull Over Cardigan Multi-Colors Size 34 - 40 5" or 6" Size Men's Long Sleeve Shirt • Permanent Press • Solids • Prints • Asst. Colors • Tapered Body • Popular Long Collars Sizes S-M-L SEWING NEEDS Needles • Pins Pin Cushions Tracing Wheel Hook & Eyes Snap Fasteners 19 GIRLS 1 BRUSHED SLEEP WEAR AUTOMOTIVE IMPERIAL POLYESTER GIBSON'S GIBSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE DIAL ANTI-PERSPIRANT Around the Clock Protection GIBSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE 6 oz. MODESS REGULAR 48 SANITARY NAPKINS 89 c EFFERENT itflSrdent 3 60 TABLET SIZE DENTURE CLEANSER TABLETS AQUA NET PROFESSIONAL HAIR SPRAY REGULAR & HARD TO HOLD 13 oz. 39 c SIZE SALE F.E.T. 7.35 x 14 '17" 2.01 7.75 x 14 8.25 x 14 8.25 x 15 2.14 2.32 2.37 8.55 x 14 8.85 x 14 8.55 x 15 "21" 2.50 2.50 2.54 8.85 x 15 s 23" 2.75 SPORTING GOODS WILSON BASKETBALL SET 397 BATTERIES RAY-O-VAC c D-CELL-SIZE Ea. Badmintion & Volleyball SET BADMINTON i VOLLEY BALL , Complete with Poles & Net CO STAR GUN RACK * * ^ V: GIBSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE $397 i HOUSEWARES WESTINGHOUSE STEAM DRY IRON $1 >88 BROTHER SEWING MACHINE PROJECT III ZIG ZAG Buttonholer Blendstitch Cam Plus Convenience $5388 GEORGIA PACIFIC HARDWARE VINYL SHEILD PANELING CHOOSE FROM 7 DECORATOR COLORS 4' x 8' PANELS BATHROOM VANITY 22" x 25" Less FAUCETS WHITE ONLY $0^88 THE GAME OF TABLE & CHAIR SET GIBSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE TYCO ROAD RICE SET LE MANS G.T. Triple Over & Under Set GIBSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE GEORGIA PACIFIC SHEETROCK 4'x8'x 1 /2" Lb. Box TOMATO SOUP GIBSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE ARMOUR CHILI with BEANS SCHILLING PURE GROUND BLACK PEPPER 4 oz. 37 HERSHEY'S INSTANT CHOCOLATE 2 Lb. PORK SAUSAGE 15. oz. Can

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