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Atchison, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 7, 1953
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Society News And Personals Skalitzky-Ekhe Vows Read In Kansas City Miss Harriet Ellen Skalitzky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James! Leroy Skalitzky of Kansas Cily, Mo., and Carl Edward Eiche, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford William Eiehe, route 1, were married at 3 p.m. Sept. 20 at Unity Temple. Kansas City, Mo. The Rev. Louis E. Meyers read the double ring ceremony before an altar setting o£ candelabra, large green ferns and baskets of pink and white gladioli. Mrs. Mabel Toussaint played nup tial music and accompanied Har- Tony Hasen. The couple left for a three - week trip to the West coast. Mr. Sowles,. a barber, is the mayor of Norton.ville. Those attending the wedding from Nor- tonvilie area were Billy and Jack Hoffman, Miss Beverly Bomhoff, Mrs. Stella "Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Hoffman and children. pale pink laffela and carried a pink carnation cascade bouquet. Jack L. Freund of Atchison was best man. Ushers were C. Ernest Shivers of Kansas City and John Wolters of Atchison. A reception was given after the ceremony in Fellowship hall at Unity Temple. The bride's table was centered with a three-tier decorated wedding cake topped with a cluster of pink and white carnations. The base of the cake was surrounded with pink and white carnations and gladioli. Silver candelabra were on either side of the cake. Mrs. C. E. Shivers was in charge of the guest book. Both Mrs. Skalitzky and Mrs. Eiche, mother of the bridegroom, wore repe dresses in shades of blue-grey with corsages of pink carnations. For going away, the bride wore a navy linen suit with navy accessories . and a white carnation corsa^.:. Mr. and Mrs. Eiehe are at home at 1123-25 West Sixth, Topeka, after a wedding trip to Lake Taney- .J,Q ], E como in the Ozarks. . . , The bride attended Kansas City . 0£ interest here is the approaeh- i Junior college and was employed i "'S marriage of Miss Betty Lou I by the American Automobile In- Walcs daughter of M.-s. SUNNY HILL CLUB Officers were elected at a meeting of the Sunny Hill Thimble club recently at the home of Mrs. Jack Taliaferro. Those elected were: Mrs. George Maddon, president; Mrs. Henry Garrutt, vice pi-evident; and Mrs. Newell Higley, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. George Hinz and Mrs. Alvin Wehking received sifts from their secret pals. The afternoon was spent tearing carpet rags and playing games. Attending were one visitor, Mrs. Leland Yazel, and 15 members. five children, the teacher and pupils of Sunny Hill school. The next meeting will be Oct. 15 with Mrs. Wehking. -Ai... (it.,**«JL Her Spirit Crushed After Day lu City, Small Town Widow Fears She's "Slipping". \ Cpl. Clyde Easterday, son of Mr.) Atchison Daily Globe, Wednesday. Oct. 7, 1953 :and Mrs. Fred Easterday, 412 S ... . street, is expected to arrive in the I States from Korea about the middle | of October. He is in the First Ma,- jrine division and has been over- j seas a year. He was stationed near Panmunjom and played in the marine band at Freedom Village during the prisoner exchange. Powerflite delivers more acceleration on the new 1954 Dodge on display at Bunch Motor Co. 11 Heating headquarters. Levin's. Try a fill of Power-X, see the difference. Hale's Service. Mr. arid Mrs. Fr«d Easterday, 412 U street. s;?H the weekend at Wa'.nut, visiting their son and thur Easterday. Arthur Easterday is a teacher in the high school there and director of the school band. New cars: Carl B. Pyne, Effingham, Mercury; Merlin J. Witt, 624 North Third, Plymouth; Gilbert Lemke, route 4, Ford; Leonard E. Chambers, 620 Park, Chrysler; II. D. Cowan, 713 Commer- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- cial, Buick; Jack Purcell, 412 Tenth, Hudson; Gerald and Betty Jackson, H2Yi Santa Fe, Mercury, cury. DEAR MARY HA WORTH: How i manners not' sparked by you es-, help myself face the future? I am pecially. In facing ag«, be rea!is-i a widow, 53, and I received a series of jolts today that leave m« badly shaken. Must I change my whole approach to life just because I am nearing 60V If so, howi ti good-tempered and accepting i --of frailities in yourself and other: persons. Study 1 Corinthians 13 j from time to time, to keep your I spirit beamed to grace. M. H. i t.t* lot; j, a 111 iiv-aiiue, v/v. .IA ,*w, *·**·- . m-.-** « / \ n * » n - u ivy £iu\.v. AH. ji. i shall I change? When do I start! Alary Haworth counsels through! growing old; and how shall I go her column, not by mail or per- about it? soiial interview. Write h^r in carej I can't look 40, but I try to look a nice 58. I dress well, have kept up my music and have 35 gupils. coming to me for private lessons. MR. AND MRS. CARL EICHE old Reynolds, who sang "1 Love You Truly" and "Through the Years." The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her ballerina-length »....*. ,*( ...u:», i-t »:iu. i-,-- , ,, « . . . . Ui . . . , , . , _ ^.,,.,.UU,., ,m_,3 U V U J Skinner satin. Her Juliet cap of white lace, trimmed with a single row of pearls, held her fingertip veil of silk illusion. She carried a ·,vh:ic carnation cascade bouquet. Miss Clare Han'nan of Silver Springs, Md., was maid of honor. She wore a ballerina - length gown of pearl grey Chantilly lace over FASTEST KNOWN RELIEF FOR GAS ON STOMACH THANK HEAVENS! Most attacks arc acid Indigestion. When it strikes take Bcll-ans tablets. They contain the fastest-acting medicines known to doctors for the relic! of heartburn and gas. 5C refunded if not satisfied. Send empty carton to Bell-ans. OranscburK. N, V. Get Bell-ana today. 25i. Do Your Legs Itch? A Lack of Natural Skin Oils Often the Cause fcry akin, a lack of natural skin oils, often causes maddcninK. vt-raistent itchinjr of JCCH nnd ankles. Relieve dry skin itch w i t h Reamg). the medicnled, oil-rich ointment containinj; lanolin that lubricates parched akin surface, acts in place of Nature's own mis»ine oils. Rcsinol quiets n K o n i z i n K itchinc alninut immediately. Comfort lasts for litiurs as Kesinol hdjpa Nature heal irritated part*. Kesinol O i n t m e n t Is w o n d e r f u l for . Irritation of cold sores, minor burns ,., also dry eczyma, winter itch, chnppinp, chattnc rectal itch. For babies, Aeiinul gives centlfr relief from discomfort of diaper and minor !»ttn rashes, chafme, prickly heat. surance company in Kansas City. The bridegroom attended Kansas State college at Manhattan. He is associate Ruralist Wales of St. to 1 live in a country town and to clay I went to a nearby city to. shop--first to a grocery market, where I slipped and fell on the damp floor. Two nearby clerks Weslcv lal| S hctl ai lhe SP' 11 - whicil astOJ H Saill-day" ' ,f \ ished me and hurt my ego. of this newspaper. (Copyright. 1953, The Washing-! ton Post I i (Distributed by King Features Syn- 1 diciitt; i M. Handley, son of Mrs. May Handley m - -- - ,,, ' ^epU e TMm of Independence, Mo. The wedding! K -- editor "of the Missouri "M ^ te P lacc . 0 ;t. 17 a * thTe Fi " 1 j when I t K T U i S N H O M E j Mrs. .lack Eskrhlse and daugh- i ters. Dc-nise and Debra, r e t u r n e d ' · S a t u r d a y from a two-week t r i p ' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ; Elmer Coggeshall of Lee S u m m i t , , Mo., tu Phoenix. Ariz. Thev v i s i t - .d Kansas Farmer pub- . . . _ , T 1 Presbyterian church in St Joseph, i i ivsu.vic....!. y.«i^u «. ou. M^,.,".. ( t h l } manager; making an elderly The bride - elect is the daughter w o m a n like you f a l , , - . Fortunalc i y ,,,,, ,,,,,.. ^..^,. M °f ' ht ' , 1 ?' C1 5 ? r i, . Wa ' es ',. fo TM e r ly i I wasn't injured, and didn't want| Marr, Robert Stew-! of the Y M C A staff here. Miss Wales t u m a k c lroub](?] so j didn't Mrs. George Eiche, i attended Park college.^ Parkyille,: thc m a n a g e r . ·, f , r ^ * · ,, ! Afn ^hn is n mnrlifai Ipf'hniciail XT ± T ~j ^_.i · . _ j ,,i, m she, too, made me flinch j d ,, Fski-id",-^ lm,thir S " C "'VS «« ^n^^AnS! 11 "' Lt. lications in Topeka. Wedding guests from Atchison were Koberl and "Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mier' Mo - she is a Mr. and Mi Jimmy Marr of St. at S t - M a r £ ,, ,, ,, Joscnh and Mr. and Mrs. Paul sas City, Kas. Mr. Handley Clark of Wichita, all formerly of! stude!lt al tlle University of Atchison, also attended. Mo. sne is a meclicai iccnnidan | Next j stoppetl ;,, a department C o l l e c t i o n of News P a r a g r a p h s ! at St. Margaret's hospital in Kan-1 store to b u v hose beforc keeping a And Advertisements ! , fit., tr ,, f. "ATr. U r t r v ^ n . n f i ^ - ' i "; . . _ . * .! LEGION AUXILIARY Mrs. LaVeta Good presided at a meeting of the American Legion auxiliary Monday afternoon in the clubrooms. Announcements included a pot lurk dinner with the Legion to be held at 6:30 p.m. Mon- sas school of. medicine. '^ a j noon appointment. After a long, K ; i n - j wait for the salesgirl's attention I i selected the color I wanted and asked for three pairs; there were I two pairs in the box. Another wait elected i W hiie tnc clerk searched. Finally rapidly becoming the trading c e n - j EPISCOPAL YOUTH Nelson Greenlund was president of the Young Peoples'|i sa jd, "Please I'll Fellowship of the Episcopal church i (wo pa i rs as I a m in ,, at a meeting Sunday night at the j Whereupon the supervisor said, J:'.y D. Adams, [ns. 722 Kansas.! Samsonite 2-some luggage. Levin's. ! t The 400 block on Commercial is take just thejer of Atchison and vicinity. Barnes: in a hurrv." i wants to see you at Fifth and Com- · 'Trinity -ehureh parish hall. Barbara Maxwell is the new secre- "All we need around here is a little cooperation from 3'ou; the girl tary and Jean Craig is treasurer. j s new an^ dccsn't; know t h e merciril. Mrs. Harres Martin and daugh-i ter, Marilyn, left today for Bloom-i iogton, 111., to see the new grand-! day and a breakfast meeting at captains elected are: John Schrack, j stock"--and she smiled at a work- son of Mr.' and Mrs. Martin" born i 10 a.m. Oct. 14 with officers o f j g r o u p i ; p a tty Peterson, group 2; j m a n repairing the showcase. the state and first district. ^Com- j D av j c i White, "group 3; and Carol! Everyone in town can't be wrong, I 3:45 n.m. Mc --littcc reports were given. Chair- fjh lirc h, group 4. The evening i n - j i realize; so I must be slipping and Mrs. Kid- men of the different projects are c ] ut ied an "air raid" dinner, pray- j badly. To myself I seem the same has been nanu group outlining work, stressing membership, for the year. Several members attended a school of instruction and dinner at Troy Monday evening. After group singing, the meeting closed with retirement of the flags. The next meeting will | CHAPTER J er service in the church chancel, j person I was 40 years ago; I have singing and ping pong the same friends, do the same matches. The group slso used a [things, etc.; but apparently a renew shuffleboard game,,,a gift from j adjustment is necessary. Hoy.' does of the adults of the church, lone meet situations such as I en- some I countered today?--O.N. at thc Mennonite hospital there at ondav to the llev.; Richard E. Smitley. He! named David Alan^Mrs.j Smitiey is the former Miss Donna i Martin. Her husband is assistant] pasior of Grace Evangelical Unit-! ed Brethren church at Blooming-i ton. The baby weighed seven! pounds, one ounce. ' Arensberg's Shoes Presents Another Great New Line Young Women in White COMPARE. ..Ifce *Bu«ko"... finest professional shots at any price Featured in profesifonaJ magazines » Made of o ingU piece of finest reverie calfskin madfrl * Smooth-side turned Tntida next to foot for fit end comfort! No learnt m vamp, no to hurt or rub } B U C K O 9 9 5 S o m e » ! y l c i J9S o n d Genuine Goodyear V/etfs Our Complete Line of Mojud Hosiery also Includes Nurses White. Try on a pair today, Sizes 5 » to 10. AAA to B. Open Thursday Kite 'Til 9 LEE JACK -- -- G13 COM'L. be at 8 p.m. Oct. 20 in the club- HOFFMAN - SOWLES Mrs. Hazel Hoffman and Clyde Sowles, both of Nortonville, were married at 7 p.m. Oct. 2 at the First Methodist church in Topeka. Dr. Eugene Frank officiated. Miss Beverly Bomhoff of Valley Falls played the traditional wedding music and accompanied Jack Hoffman who sang "The .^Lord's Prayer." The attendants were Mrs. Tony Hagen of Topeka and Mac Hoffman of Effingham. Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Steadman'Ball gave a talk | DEAR O.N.: This was a painful on Cottey college at a meeting of Chapter "j of PEO recently at the home of Mrs. Edwin Marshall. day, I grant; but you are reading meanings into it that simply don't belong there. Nearly every- Mrs. Warren Stanley showed pic- j body who gets about has had a sim- tures of her recent trip through iiiar run of tough luck in a day's the New England states. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Armin Soph and Mrs. W. G. Altimari. QUEEN CANDIDATE Miss Joan Althaus of Atchison world. round" occasionally, and from this experience stems the wisecrack "I should have 'stood' in bed" -- meaning that's one way to avoid contacts with a sometimes wounding is a candidate for homecoming queen at Washburn university at Topeka. She represents Alpha Phi social sorority. Crowning ceremonies will be held at half-time of the Washburn - Piltsburg game Saturday. Helps For Eyes Evcrvonc wants sood efficient eyes that will carry thru the day's work. Relax eyes from close -*\ork. loolt tip fre- 8!^",'"ffcriuWnTirr?^.*;Slday and parents day activities at TO BAND DAY Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hcdrick. 716 North Ninth, attended band with soothing, comfortinK Lavoptik. 35 years success. Praised by thousands. Get Lavoptlk today. Be delighted or money hack. All druggists. the University of Kansas Saturday, Their son. Paul, a senior, is a member of the band. xCLU5IVEt~£MININE APPAREL ffi^wL.t^.'L' LJl-^-n MONTH OF OCTOBER Any 39.95 COAT For Only 35.00 Touchy pride is the counterfeit coin of self-respect. Your pride was hurt when the clerks laughed at your spill. Drawing upon deep self- respect and the resilient composure that goes with it, you will see on second thought that the clerks' laughter was involuntary, an expression of their generic sense ot humor, which finds fun in so-called pratfalls -- classic low corned;.' in our society. The more dignified the person who tumbles, the funnier from the buffoon viewpoint. The clerks were odiously b a d mannered, of course, if they made no effort to hide their mirth, and ·didn't spring to your aid at once. But their crudity signifies no offense to your personality; it merely pegs them as oafs, poor fi.'i- lows. As for the warmhearted lady who called you "elderly,'' she is blessed with more good will than tact, and her speech is not pro i CISC. Literally you aren't elderly at 58, regardless of how old you may look or feel at times. The .elderly phase of h u m a n life doesn't I begin until Co or after, in the b e t ter-off clement in our society- thanks to improved h e a l t h care in the present century, and 10 gerontology, the science of pn- longing vigor. Today the fifties are regarded as prime middle-ase in American life. The scant courtesy you got a! the hosiery counter isn't u n c o m m o n in larger stores; r a t h e r it is the tag-end of a trend that started ir. World War II when nylons were i;i short supply and their vendor- ;i courted clique. So shrug it o f f , a-' another instance cf public b:irl lenty eye appeal... and price appeal too! --Betty Jean caters to the luxurious texture of Downy with deep set sleeves climaxed by tapered cuffs. Beautifully lined with Milium iridescent taffeta. Sizes 6-16. Red, Blue, Pink. 39 95 SPECIAL EVENT DRESSES Ydwes to 22,95 . . . 10.13 SKIRTS Values to 14.f5 6J3 HOSE... 63c Pr. There'* much rnor^r «e hovlng p party than |un fining _*M '··ot« 11 ; While you'to ^fatuy- plannlng the un, buying tho favorj and decorating the houut we can' be baking for you. Come In today and choae your *'ftats" from the oodlei of goodlall we've prepared for thli special oc«. cajlon "Fraih-Baked" Doughnut*, fancy ple», decorated ake and moro . . every piece turned out to perfection. _ Your bfst Baker d\splays tbis \ "Fresh-Baked" Seal . . rfapteted COAT EVENT Continuing into our second big week with more sellections in all the newer fabrics. Be sure to attend this event. FROM A 69.98 FAMOUS M A K E R A--Frosty brushed poodle--exquisitely detailed yoke, cuffs and col- Jar--lined with £ar!-Glo lal'feta. B--Anglos kasha fleece--with high ighted stitching, elegantly em- roidered iridescent taffeta'lining. eep cuffs and collar with individuality. 49.98 YOU WOULD EXPECT TO PAY $69.98 FOR THESE FABRICS . . . * AMER-FROST By ARERICAN WOOLENS * MIRRAG By WYNDOTTES * GLAMA-CURLS «" SMOKEY · CLEAR BOUCLES USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN i NEWSPAPER MEWSPAPERI

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