The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on February 4, 1940 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX THE HUT C H I X S 0 N. K A N S A S, N E W S - H Efc A L D SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 4. 1940. Parties •uartet Of Mid'Winter Brides Farewell Tea Glenna Hanes, 320 West 13th, •will entertain at tea thjs afternoon as a farewell courtesy lor Mrs. C. C5. Jerome and Wanda Foss. Miss Foss will go to Wichita this evening and Mrs. Jerome •will go to Tulsa soon. Both will be employed by the Bankers Investment company. ' Guests were Mrs. T. H. Corsaut, Mrs. Carlyle Harmon, Mrs. Wilbur Gorges, Mrs. Carl Hipp, ACB Starks, Gwen Forney and lone Cooper. • * * Celebrate Birthday Joseph Chesky, who will celebrate his 87th birthday annlver-j sary Tuesday, will be honor guest at a dinner served in his home In! Nickerson today by his foster daughter, Agnes Newman. Mr. Chesky has lived in BenoJ county 55 years. He Is a retind cattleman and banker. Guests at the dinner will be "TDr."and Mrs. V. E. Cheskyand sons, Victor and Joe of Halstead, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chesky and sons, Robert and Edward of Her- Ington, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chesky and son, Holmes of Sterling Mrs. Mary Wocknitz of Nickerson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles! Hagland of Hutchinson. Red and white colors will be! used in table decorations. • » « Personal Shatver Wilma Hackett, 229 West 16th, entertained Friday night with a personal shower honoring Mrs. A. R. Spillane who was Margaret Walden before her recent marriage. Mrs. J. J. Hackett, mother| of the hostess, assisted in serving. Verses on pink hearts sus- pendedjjy ribbons from a rosebud shower parasol gave Mrs. Spillane directions for finding her gifts. Guests were Mrs. George Goertzen, Mrs. F. E. Walden, Mrs. A. L. Fridley, Mrs. Fred Finfrock, Mrs. Gerald MeKim, Mrs. Gilbert Steele, Mrs. Norman Peters, Marjorie Davisson, Charlotte Hale, Phyllis Morton, -Maxlne Sours, Peggy Jane Meek, Wanda Morton, Irma Fleming, Virginia Hartmann and Betty Myers. • • • Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Penner, 608 North Walnut, entertained at dinner last night honoring Mrs. Penner's brother, Dudley Richardson of Omaha, Neb., on his birthday anniversary. Red sweetpeas were used as the table centerpiece and other decorations were in the Valentine motif. Guests were Roberta Nelson of Topeka who is here with Mr. Richardson for a week-end visit; Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Goforth, Lyn Florence and Mark Babb. « • • Chili Supper A group of Junior college girls were hostesses at a chili supper Friday night in the home of Mrs, O. L. Hutchinson, 514 East SixthJ They were Jrene Lanphier, 901 East Sherman, Wanda Mae Doughty, 315 North Maple, Mar garct King. 518 East Seventh, and! Betty Lou' Echols, 210 East 13th. 1 Red sweetpeas and Valentine placecards were used on the ta bles. After the supper, the group attended the Junior college-Dodgel City basketball game. The guests were Mrs. William Dutton, Nelle Riggs, Annand Poulton, Edith Klassen, Maxine Butts, Mary Alice Weatherman, Betty Barnes, Helen Ada Tedder, Bess Ellen Smith, Frances Green, Jean Jacques, Elaine Miller, Martha Albright, Thelma Costello, Lois Lackey, Helen Aschman,Mildred Hurty, Beverly Lorenz, Kathleen Whitmire, Gwendolyn Foster, Barbara Batchelor, Mar jorie Sidlinger, Margaret Hardy and Lois Hamilton. • • * Entertain Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson, 1823 North Ash, entertained tnern-l ber of their bridge club in their| home Friday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Van Dyke Four tables of bridge were played. Prizes went to Mrs. R. E. Youker, Mrs. W. C. Myers, O. K. Fassett and C. L. Burt. • * • Informal Luncheon Mary Lou Clark, 1010 North MRS. JOE W. LEWIS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Eyer, Larned, was Margaret Eyer before her marriage last Sunday. Mr. Lewis is a son Of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lewis of Larned. After a wedding trip to South Carolina and Kentucky they will be at home at Larned where the bridegroom is associated with his father in the cattle business. Both Mr. and Mrs. Lewis attended Kansas State college, Manhattan. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and Mr. Lewis is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. MARCELLA Ann Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ford. 405 East B, will be married Tuesday in a Kansas City Catholic church to Walter MacKenzie, son of Mrs. Bess MacKenzie of Kansas City,' Mo. Miss Ford is a graduate of St. Teresa's high school and attended business college here. She is employed as a stenographer in Kansas' City. Mr. MacKenzie was graduated from Hutchinson high school in 1932 and is now employed by the Burd and Fletcher Painting company in Kansas City. (Photo by Hirst) TWILA GRIDLEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gridiey of Hutchinson, will be married this afternoon to Verne Bistline, son of Mrs. Ruth Bistline of Topeka. MRS. RUSSELL N. Towry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hankey of Turon, was Dulcie Hankey before her marriage Thursday. Rev. Towry is pastor of the Turon and Cunningham Christian churches. Main, entertained at an informal luncheon in Wiley tea room yesterday honoring Ruth Easdon who will be married today to Fred C. Preble. She presented a gift to the bride-elect. Guests were Mrs. Franklin B. Hettinger, Mrs. A. L. Kingsley, Mrs. Marvin Booker and Mrs. A. R. Campbell. * * • Layette Shaiver Mrs. Harold Detter of Nickerson was hostess for a layette shower Thursday night to her home honoring Mrs. James McGonigle, 328 West Sherman. Shower gifts were presented in a decorated basket. Prizes in games played during the evening were won by Mrs. Charles McGonigle, Mrs. Jeff Welker and Mrs. Miles Vamey of Nickerson and Mrs. T. M. Stevens. The hostess served refreshments. ' Others present were Mrs. Leslie Cooper, Mrs. Earl Roth, Mrs. Wilbur McGonigle, Mrs. Roy 'Green, Mrs. Charles Kattenhorn, Turon Pioneers Celebrate Golden Anniversary Mrs. M. K. Hoskins, Mrs. Ward Cooper, Mrs. Harold Green, Mrs. Harlan Cooper, Mrs. Emery Kittle, Mrs. Wesley iKttle, Mrs. Eli Seitz, Mrs. Arthur Burgess, Mrs. L. M. Reiter, Mrs. J. H. Detter,! Mrs. V. T. Slifer, Mrs. Rufus Detter, Mrs. Charles Mitzner, Hester Detter, Mildred Kattenhorn, Ruth' Cooper, Kate Seitz, Aurelia Hipp, Nickerson, and Dorothy Stevens. • • • Family Dinner Honoring Mrs. Lillie B. Rishel on her birthday anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rishel, 1712. North Monroe, entertained at a family dinner in their home last night. Others present were Mrs. R. J. Hamilton and daughter, Bobbe and son, Jerry, of Wichita; Ben Rishel, Glenn Rishel and Shirley Ann Rishel. • • » For Former Dodge Citiant Former Dodge City residents will be entertained at open house by Mr. and Mrs, S. S. Alexander at their home in Westboro in Topeka this afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock honoring Mrs. Alexander's mother, Mrs. L. G. Grobety of Colorado Springs, who is a guest of the Alexanders. Mrs. Grobety and Mrs. Alexander formerly lived in Dodge City. No invitations have been issued for the affair. • * * Party For Girl Scouts Irene Lanphier and Lois Hamd- ton entertained Girl Scouts of Troop 2 at a covered dish supper in the Hamilton home, 928 East A,' last night. They were assisted by their mothers, Mrs. Fred Lanphier and Mrs. H. C. Hamilton. Red sweetpeas were used in decoration and Valentines were exchanged^ Guests were Mrs. Will Billingsley, Peggy Shucker, Margaret Anderson, Wanda Mae Doughty, Royce Ogren, Harriett Diliard, Ann English, Barbara Ann King, Barbara Lou Ramsay, Alice Diliard, Dorothy Routh, Gladys Samuelson, Glennys Becker, Lenore Stansel,. Kathryn Crandall and Betty Schlotthauer. • » * Golden Wedding Supper The 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Montford was celebrated Tuesday night with a . buffet supper in their home near Burrton where they have lived since 1898. Mr.. and Mrs. Montford were married at Burrton and have lived in the same community since their marriage. All their sons and daughters were present for the celebration. They are Arthur Montford and Paul Montford of Hutchinson, Mrs. W. D. Pendleton. of Lyons, Theodore Montford of Pratt, Irvan Montford of Turon artd Lillian Montford of the home, A gold and white wedding cake and yello\V jonquils were used for the table centerpiece. Social Calendar (Announcement* tot tha Biradfty • tnd&r muit *>* reported by ThurtdAy, > n m > •• i ; ' Sunday ' < . • • WEDDlNQ, Rutk Kwdon and Pfed C. Preble. N- D- Preble home, 318 Etwt J2th, 2:30 P. m. Monday • BRIDGE: ' Platiroe, Mr*> H. J. Reynold*. nortA- wejt of Hutchinson, 1:30-p, m. HUTCHINSON MUSIC, Mrs. B. I* FO>\ 406 EiUt 13th, 7:45 p. m. DF MOLAV MOTHERS covertd dfcft 'Unner, Mr*. A. Weber, 228 Etrtt 13th, 6:30 P- rn. . ALTRUSA dinner. Wiley tea foom, «;3o QU1V1RA PSXPH1AN luncheon, Wiley lea room, 1 I>. rn. I.UV, courthouse, J p. a. Tuesday BRIDGE: Mrs. R. Wilson J6ncs, 111 Hyde Park. i:i5 p. m, Mrs. R. A- Tomer, 103 W*at 16lb, 2 p. m,-* QUI VIVE, Mrs. C. E. Olson, 24 EWt 17th. 2:30 P. m. PEO; D. Mr*- Eva Stewart, 1304 North Walnut. 7X5 p. m. BB, covered Aisto luncheon, Mm. E. C. • Almqulet, 423 East 14th, 1 p. ra, FIDELITY, Mrs. W. M. Jones, 6Q6 East A, 3 p. m. HH. Mrs. H. C. Deati. 401 East Blxtfc, 2:30 p. m- AGENDA, covered dlah luncheon, Mr*. A. J. Becker, 3720 East Fourth, 1 p. m. BOOK, Mr*. Jack Tanner, 30S West 15th, 2 p. m. NORTH RENO FBU. Mrs. Herbert Martin. 301 North Henrfrftk. 2 p. m. \IVR FBXI. M-ta. H, T. WWtuey, UQ East 18th. 1:30 p. m. RO-WI-CO-SJ dinner, Wdey tea room, (1:30 p. m- BETA SIGMA PHI, BlsOtlte. 7:45 p. m. NOVELTY STITCHERS. Mrs, George Noyes, K'HR'S Gardens, 1:30 p. m- AAUW Study. Mrs. Charles Davis, 12IS North Monroe. 2:30 p. m. BPW February and March birthday party. Ethelyn Flagg, 18 East 16th, 8 p. m. REDWING SOCIXL, Mm. J. J. Qegan, 183Q East Fourth. 2:30 p. ro. ACACIA OES, Lincoln program, Masonic hall. Sherman and Main, 7:40 P. ro. Wednesday BRIDGE: Mrs. Frank Jackson, 1823 North AJh. luncheon, I p. m. DD, Mr*- Sari Umberger, 21& South FerohfflR. I .'30 p. m. Delt-*.D«»t. Mrs. G. L. Sanderson, 313 E&si Campbell, 1.30 p. m. Three Times Four, Mrs. J. D. Bain, fill East First, \:30 p. ta. NEW CENTURY. Mrs. T. W. Woo4« ward, 308 Eaet 13th. 2:30 p. m. PRISCILLA. Mrs. M. A. Dirksen. «0 East Sherman, 2 p. m. < . MERRY MIXERS. Mrs. George Frleseo, MS EAft Sixth, 3 p. a. SUNNY CIRCLE, Jgs. Harold Iredalft, Isia West 13th, 5 p. m. ENTRE NOUS. Mrs. Epnar Faldti, 213 West seventh. 2:30 p. m- DOMESTIC SCIENCE. Mrs. Albert Thomson. 100 Enat. 17111, 2:30 p. ra, CHARITY WORKERS, Mrs. C. E. Col- Una, 21 East F, 2 p. m. EASTSIDE SOCIAL, luncheon, Mrs. S. V. Bacon, east of Hutchinson, l p. m. FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE, Mrs. Cerise Oimmtck, 301 East Seventh, 2 p. m. FORGET-ME-NOT, Mrs. A. T. Steller, 609 East E>, 2:3t) p. m. VFW Auxiliary, courthouse, S p. ft. PNG, Civic Center, 7:30 p. m. STRAWBOARD WORKERS Auxiliary, Mrs. Forrest Tlnchar, 603 North Grandview, 1 p. m. RAINBOW, Mrs. Ray Fair, 11U West no», 2 P* m. Thursday BRIDGE: TNT, Mrs- E. E, Fletcner, 329 West A, 1:30 p. m, BLM, Mrs. C. W. Royce, Sil East Third. 2 p. m. OLD FRIENDSHIP, Arlene Baker, *1T East Osborn. 7:30 p. m.. ZXL covered dish dinner, Mrs- Mary Swat, 1110 East Third. 6:30 p, m. B-SQUARJ5. Mrs. Horola Buekner, 723 East First, 2 p. m. SALT CREEK SOCIAL family luncheon, salt Creek school. 1 p. na. GOLDEN BOW SHUT-IN, Mrs. Lorea Carfherc. 1817 North Elm, 2 p. m. FFW, Mrs. Owen Lentz, 206 East B, 2 p. ra. LETTER CARRIERS Auxiliary, Mrs. Clarence Mather, 602 West. Seventh, 7:30 p. m. SILVER *LEAF OES Put Matrons, Mrs. Ned R. White, 731 East Sherman, g p- iB- Friday RIANT, Mrs. Fred Glover, 511 *T*at 17th, m. TRIPLE B. Mrs.-William Hill, nosteas. Wed In California -! • MRS. Mny«r, before her marriage Monday in> Los Angeles, was Mrs. Sylvia Fair of Hutchinson. After a wedding trip through the west Mr. and Mrs. Mayer will return to Hutchinson to live. Mr. Mayer is vice president of Pegues-Wright company. FIRST CHtUB1L \N Qlrt« MIUIOOMV covered dl«h dinner, Mr,. Jonn Peltry 305 Edit 15th, B^O P. «. ' FI11ST UNITED BIIETHISEN f«lner. San banquet, church. 7 P- m > TRINITY METHODIST MWOO, Mil. IV. J. BnluttlMtalnY '•»'• North Main, 1:11 p. m. MlWIN S JtEMOItUl, pRESflVTEIUAN Women', illittonary, Mn. 0, S. Hickman. 711 But Devtnui, S:3I) p. m, nuth Workman, 60S S»*l A, 7180 p. m. HADLEY METHODIST Willing Workin covered dlah dinner, Mr,. A. Btetler, "03 Eait D, 6:30 p. m. Wednesday' . _ -t ^ . TRINITY METHODIST rather-Soa, dinner. Feiio*«hlp ha». 6:30 f>. m. FinsT CHRISTIAN teacher, and officer* council dinner, jcfturch, 6:30 p.m. Thursday FIRST CHRISTIAN LA covered dlan luncheon;.churctt, 1 p. ro. < TRINITY METHODIST Wothen'a Bo- clety of Chrlallan , Service, church, all. day. SOUTH HUTCHINSON M.E. LA, covered dlah lunchjon, Mr». W. B. Olaaa, aoulh til Hutchlhaon, I !>• rn. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Joint mlaalon- nt Frank Kinl! home, 54 Ban E, a p. m. JOLLY HOMEMAKERS. alra. H. E. Crackel, eoutrnveat of Hutchlnaoo, a p. m. Saturday . VALENTINE DANCE: Beta Sigma Phi, Country Club, 10 v> m. Formal Invitation dance, Aroerlcan Legion club house. 10 p. m. FACULTY DAMES dinner. Leon hotel, 7 p. m. DAR. Mrs. A. D- Rayl, 100 Weit 19Uj. 3:30 p. m. Church Events Monday FIRST METHODIST Young ^Vomen'a Foreign Mlaalonary.. Laura Cook. 129 Went B. 7:30 p. m. Wurlitzer Accordions Learn to play one before you buy..-. at Wiley's Special Beginner's Offer 5 1.25 week, y Includes lessons and use of accordion at. home for practice. FOURTH FLOOR VOWS Oi",D WATCH IS THK noVTS PAYMENT on a SEW, WATCH—A VKAR TO PAY tt WokxU lUdR. THE FIFTIETH anniversary of] a wedding at Stafford February 9, 1890, will be celebrated next Fri-| day by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bargdill In their farm home In Turon •.' Coinrnuruty where they have lived during the entire half century. Open house will be held from; 2 to S o'clock In the afternoon following a family dinner at noon. Both Mr, and Mrs. Bargdill hsve been residents of the Turon com- ; rownlty rrwre than 60 years. Mr. Bargdill came with his parents fcoro Jame^owii O., when he was eight years old and Mrs. Bargd.,1 came with her parents, the John Blacks, from Tipton, Ind., when she was 11. Both families settled In the community where the Bargdills started housekeeping when they were married. They have lived at their present home In that community, five miles northwest of Turon, 37 years. They have two sans. Homer BargdUl of Hutchinson and Chester Bargdill of Turon, and a daughter, Mrs. Victor Jessup of Sylvia. There are- five grandsons. Your New INDIVIDUAL HAIR DRESS < Will Be Lovelier Still With A Treatment of ETERNOL Tint Oil SHAMPOO Your hair will be lustrously lovely with just one ETERNOL treatment. Graying streaks will be banished, faded hair will be brightened and your well groomed appearance will be still further enhanced, with Eternoli Ask us about it! OPAL RIGGS 12 Vast 2nd BEAUTY SHOP Phone 4600 ( Helena Rubinstein's Beauty Preparations This Weekl Be sure to.take full advantage of this once-a-year opportunity to stock up on Helena Rubinstein's famous beauty preparations at 20% discount, this week- Here's your chance to start your "Cosmetic Diet" from the items listed below. Regular SALE Price Price Water Lily Cleansing Cream .......$1.25 $1.00 "Pasteurized" Face Cream ......... .$1.00 $ .80 Youthifying Tissue Cream ........... $1.00 $ .80 Special Eye Cream ................. $2.00 $1.60 Beauty Grains .$1.00 $ .80 Skin Toning Lotion ................ .$1.25 $1.00 Anti-Wrinkle Lotion . $1.25 $1.00 Town and Country Make-up Film $1.00 $ .80 Powders .$1.00 $ .80 Powders .$1.50 $1.20 Rouge (dry or cream) $1.00 $ .80 Lipstick ...... ............... .$1.00 $.80 Apple Blossom Cologne ............ .$1.0Q $ .80 .and other Helena Rubinstein Preparations 25% off. TOILETRIES SECTION MAIN FLOOR ary luncheon me«Un*. cnutch, t n.tnu UNIVKB8AUST Women'a aocnty, >lra. 0, T.. copaa, 101 w «at lllh. IP, m. S-IRST KVANOELICAL WUUnS Work- Bra, Mra. J. J, BrIU, HOT. NtirtH •Monrea, 2:30 p. in, ; . Friday UNION WorM Day of Prayar, Trlnitr . Methodlat church, all. day. • FIRST EVANGELICAL Home Bulldera tMW, Mra. Audrty Iloatcr. ..UM North Foreat.-3:30 p. m. CAI.VAR1 UNITED BRETHRelN Ul- Han Harford circle, church, 3 p. m. FIRST CHRISTIAN an Valantlna ban- Cjuat, church, fl.*30 p. m.- \ PTA Calendar Monday ... ALLEN axecuUve, tchool, rtiift p. m. Tuesday ALLEN study, Mra. Jtalth Mitchell, 200 Weal 11th, 3 p. m. ROOSEVELT Foundet'a De.ii W4»s«.*i, achool. 7:a5 p. m« ortA ^?riviEW Study, achool. I> m. WINAN8 Study, Mra. D, K. Fhllllpa, S3S Eaat Sherman, 3 p. m. WINANS executlre. Mra. C, H. Oil; lagher, TOO Raat Sharman, 7130 p. m.- Depend on your-appfiatance to do It! Depend on us to send you out looking lovelier than EVER! WOLCOTT BEAUTY SHOP. 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