Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 18, 1976 · Page 12
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 12

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, September 18, 1976
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Page 10 Garden City Telegram Saturday, September 18,1976 HEKE5 ONE THAT AC'VERTISEf' •'ADVENTURE, FELLOulSHlP AN? CREATIVITY..'. ANP HE/CE'5 ONE THAT HAiJ.AN .MOOR RIPlNS OLYMPIC POOL.' HERE'S ONE THAT HAS FlELPTRlrr TO NCKidV AMP rij i-iEisE r ONE s\R, THAT £V1PHA5;:E5 , ACE hOU TRHINc TO '. BKlNS .ME BACK DOWN / ' 10 EAKTH MMJ LIKE YWNKV BETTE^N YOU PO /WE/. /YOU KNOW THATfe (NOT TI?UE, H^S&ifj WELL YOU SMM6 MM AftXJNP WAN YW, PIP/ME/ Yearbook Session Twelve Southwest Kansas schools were represented at the American Yearbook workshop on the college campus this week. All told, 140 students attend. Pictured on front row, from left, are Steele Mehl, Wichita County (Leoti); Jill Selfridge, Dighton; Kay Akagi, Stanton County (Johnson); Tom Hoover, Garden City and Kelly Wright, photography representative from Wichita, who is taking the group's picture. Back row, from left, are John Rupp, Holcomb; Terri McDonald, Rolla; Kevin Govert, Greeley County (Tribune); Cindy Adams, Ulysses; Ann Fruechting, Southwestern Heights; Janine Sims, Hugoton; Chris Soliday, Liberal and Bonnie Switzer, Scott City, Hosts for the event were the college Broncbuster staff, Le Tiberghien, yearbook adviser and Janet Sears, yearbook editor. American was represented by Frank Wright, Charlie Lang and Kelly Wright. John Montre WOW//--MY FAVORITE CEREAL IS UP IK PRICE AGAIN/ .WHEN D |Q THAT HAPPEN? MICKEY MOUSE AT 10=45 |:3O-.-. NP AGAIN AT 3 o UW Funds for Arthritis Research (Editor's Note: This is one in a series about agencies that share in the United Way.) Your United Way contribution this year will provide just under $1 for research for each person suffering from arthritis in Finney County. In Finney County alone, there are 2,332 arthritics. The UW budget for the Arthritis Foundation is $2,300. Sixty- five per cent of the budgeted alottment will remain in Kansas, and 35 per cent will be sent to the National Foun- Can Sign Up For Bridge The Garden City Recreation Commission is sponsoring a bridge tournament for persons in Finney County. This is a local tournament, not like the open tournament in February and March. The program starts Sept. 27. Teams must sign up no later than September 23 at the Civic Center. There will be separate division for men and women. Cost is $2.00 per team. Participants will play at their own time and place and mail in their scores to the Civic s Center. Tournament director | is Vern Holmes. Pairing will f be announced September 24. If a. person does not have a team, I the Civic Center will help find i you a partner. For more information contact the Civic Center at 276-2362. dation for further research and education. The Kansas chapter of the Arthritis Foundation was chartered as a voluntary health agency in April, 1960, and is supported entirely by voluntary contributions. "The problem of arthritis is a myriad one of 20,000,000 Americans. It is the nation's number one crippler, affecting the health and welfare of 10 per cent of the total population.. It strikes one person in 10 and one family in four, without any regard to age or station in life," says Mrs. Mearl Potter, chairman of the Finney County Arthritis Committee. Each year, arthritis adds 600,000 victims to its list, and Kansas has 187,600 victims. Of these, 2,500 are young children. "Arthritis is not just one problem," Mrs. Potter says. "There are nearly 100 dif-' ferent rheumatic diseases with which we must be concerned. "It is the nation's number one crippling disease, and we don't like being number one!" BLONDIE- BUDGET OFFICE FURNITURE The Second Store 423 E. 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