Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 23, 1976 · Page 10
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Hobby Club Scraps Become a Flower From scraps of brightr colored gift wrapping paper and some fine wire, pretty flowers can be made like the one in Figure 4. Use contrasting colors of paper for a single flower. From one color — red, for example — cut three ovals about two inches long and an inch wide. From another color — gold, perhaps — cut three circles an inch in diameter. Place a circle of gold on the middle of each red oval (see Figure 1)1 Cut a piece of fine spool wire about six inches long. Pinch one of the ovals and circles Dr. M.I>. \iodens Chiropractic Office Sll Main (iardcnX'itv Hours H:30-5:3() Thurs.-Sal.K:30-12 Spool Wire Stem together (Figure 2). Do the same with two other ovals and circles. Don't crease the papers. Holding them •together, loop the wire over the center, twisting it beneath Page 11 Garden City Telegram Monday, August 23,1976 the folded edges as in Figure 3. To open the flower and make the petals stand out as in Figure 4, press your thumb and finger down into each petal. Figure 5'shows a girl wearing a bouquet of the flowers. Rocky Goes To the Rockies JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller arrived here for a weekend stay at the family's J-Y Ranch. Rockefeller, wearing blue jeans and a cowboy hat,-landed at Jackson Hole Airport Friday and then went by car to the family retreat near •the towering Grand Teton Mountains. OO A78-13 Brackwall. Plus $1.75 F.E.T. and old tire. Double-Belted DELUXE CHAMPION 1976 New Car Tire $ IO 2 ° to$ l6 55 OFF our regular June prices per tire on blackwalls and whitewalls. $ 28 25 C78 14 Plus 5205 F.E.T. $ 33 1 25 G78 14 Plus S2 60 F.E 1 $ 37 : *J f r 1 25 H78 15 Plus S287 F E T $ 25 E78 14 Plus S2 27 F E T $ 25 G78 15 Plus S26b F E T k25 , L78 15 Phis S3 14 F.E T $ 32 I 25 F78-14 Plus S2.43 F E T $ 36 25 H78 14 Plus S283 F.E.T Prices are for blackwalls except where indicated. • Two fiberglass belts for firm tread contact. . Polyester cord body for a smooth ride. All prices plus tax and old tire. Whitewalls add $3.25 to $4.25. $ 5O 6.70-15 Black, tube-type, 6-ply rating. 26 Plus $2,42 F.E.T. and old tire. TRANSPORT Long wearing, strong nylon cord body Prices shown in this ad available at Firestone Stores Competitively priced wherever you see the Firestone sign. Lake Kanopolis Center of Fight LUBE & OIL CHANGE Includes up to 5 quarts of high grade oil and a chassis lubrication. Includes light trucks. $149 I Limit one. Additional $3.95 each. ROAD ATLAS by Rand-McNally MARQUETTE (HNS) The possibility of making Lake Kanopolis a part of an irrigation district brought a highly negative response at a public meeting here. The State Bureau of Reclamation has set an Aug. 30 hearing in Topeka to help determine if Kanapolis should provide irrigation or remain as a recreation and flood control facility. A meeting on the proposal was held last Friday by the Kanapolis Development Assn. and another meeting is scheduled next Friday. A vote at last Friday's meeting was 29 to 1 against the irrigation plan. "We like what we got and we want to keep it," said one farmer. "The whole thing is ridiculous," another member of the audience said. "They're trying to push this thing down our throats." Charles Johnson, a McPherson attorney, said those living in and around Salina would be pushing for the irrigation district as they could be in Med of drinking water in the future. "If they get the irrigation district then they will take the water for residential use," Johnson said. "It would be the most economical way for them to get water," he added, in comparison to getting it from Milford or Wilson reservoirs. The irrigation district would irrigate approximately 20,000 acres of land below the dam, but approximately 6,000 acres around the lake would be taken out of production when they raised the level of the lake, according to one farmer. Others argued that the cost of irrigating land has increased so much it is often not economically sound to irrigate. "We have to get a good representation in Topeka," said Ray Howard, president of the Kanopolis Development Assn. "If you want to be heard you have to get to Topeka. We need personal representation." TUESDAY EVENING FOR LADIES ONLY PLEASE QLD Ffl&HIBNED SPEEIflL LADIES FILET INCLUDES TEXAS TOAST AND CHOICE OF POTATO UUA1L1JW111 OF >/' NORTH HIGHWAY 83 GARDEN CITY v Serving Only USDA Beef * ATTENTION Htt<^iK,ltf ,l> Mr. Farmer DIXIE-PORTLAND ANNOUNCES SALE OF HIGH PROTEIN, HIGH YIELD WHEAT VARIETIES. A trend. According to Ehmke, Dixie Portland hopes to sign up at least 20,000 acres this year. A grower can lave nil own wheat I for seed, ai long ai he planti It on I land he owns or controlt. I Dixie-Portland li furnishing seed to growers at $15 per 50-pound bag. That's high. But when you consider that these wheats have produced as much as 150% ol common variety yields, it's worth it. FREE MOUNTING • CHARGE 'EM The June-July "Farm Journal" and July- August "Furrow" (John Deere publication) and a number of Kansas papers have carried in-depth articles on High Protein Wheat varieties developed by Kenneth and Betty Goertzen of Seed Research Associates, Scott City, Kansas, and being marketed by Dixie- Portland Flour Mills, Inc., Arkansas City, Kansas. Seed supply is limited. Further information may be obtained by calling (316) 872-5666 (Rich Cramer) or (316) 442-6200 (Keith Eh- mke or Bob Quick). August 24, 25 and 26 we will be at the 4-H building at the Scott County fairgrounds. Wheat already contracted will be available to be picked up on those days. If you are interested in the program and need more information, call us now, or come see us on the above dates. At this time ample seed is available but we suggest you make your decision soon to insure seed being available if you decide to participate. 148 pages include: Bicentennial and Olympic Games sections. DIXIE-PORTLAND FLOUR MILLS, INC. ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS

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