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FOUR HAYS DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1IM SOCIETY AND CLUBS ArlfcltK for IhU column mum kt •ubmillrd »* noon «» po««lbl« «(t«r the *v»n» t»k« pl»e*. Item* mor» th»in thi-M «Uy* old will not b» pub- llthrd. Cub Si-oiil Pack #131 A flag ceremony led by Den 5 opened the monthly meeting of Pack 131 of the Tub Scouts at Wilson School on Monday night. Assistant Cubmaster, Fred At- cliison, led 14 boys as they repeated the ('til) Scout Promjse officially making them Bob Cats of the Boy Scouts of America. Bob Cat pins were presented to the following: Roger Hill, Donald Schmidt. Danny Litchfield, Bob Atchison, David Atchison, Scott Emmc, Alan Logsdon, Jan Hempler, Randall Moyers, John -Roach, Brian Gunun, Greg Adams, Keith Johnson, and Marvin Wolf. Cubmaster Ralph Hormel conducted the business meeting. He announced that Robert Glover is a new member of (lie pack com- ANN LANDERS .. ANSWERS YOUR PROBLEMS Dear Readers: In yesterday's [ to bother with her because he PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Wiesner will leave today for St. Louis where they will spend Thanksgiving at t h e home of their daughter, Mrs. Jack Howe, Mr. Howe and children. Mrs. Howe is the former Mildred Wiesner of Hays. column I printed a collection of has already discovered younger! M , . ' ' ' MISS e lettei-s from angry wives who . and more fascinating substitutes roasted, toasted and their "money-hungry, broiled | in his work, or in the cities he power-; visits—on business, of course. mad, egocentric Wall Street Sex to him has nothing to do ,,, . .. Minn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ray Mead and Mr. Mead. ver, and Mr. Rhoades' brother, Charlie Rhoades in Fort Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Roberts and Andrea of Ames, Iowa, will arrive early tomorrow morning to spend Thanksgiving vacation with their parents, Mrs. Agnes Bird and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts. Mrs. George Murphy of Gorham was a business visitor in Hays today. Jerry Gustin, Tony Schenk and Cecile Goetz will arrive tomorrow from Omaha, Neb., to spend the Thanksgiving vacation I DEATHS Mrs. Ray Mead and Mr. Mead, j from Creighton University with I I IClVJf *-»_V/V.\- 11111%. 1 1 HI i I f 1 I ^<S. 1 1 F\J<T. VV» III I I I II II i.l 111Sl.lll||gj I.V/ \*\l ' I 1 ' I IV J "• t T ' Warriors" for expending their with love. He doesn't even try Miss Joyce Mead who is a their parenUs, Mr and Mrs. Jim . . i »t •* * * * • i i > * * *. t . _ * l.tlctin IVn Y* Q till Mf*C I .OfltlQ 1*1*1 energies on the financial and i to kid himself, as women often i student at Kansas State Univer- professionaJ battlefield and leav ing nothing for the Home Front. The letters were in response to a plea from a tired business man. He wrote, "Life is rough in the asphalt jungle. Competition is terrific. When I come home at night after a murderous day at the office my wife gels suspicious if I don't get excited do. Intimacy ouLside of^marriage j sity. Manhattan will spend (he " " "" ' Thanksgiving vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray means fun with no commitment. Moreover it's a great morale booster for the middle-aged male who wonders if he's losing his punch. The Warrior lives in a world of work, and he adores it. Even his play must in some way be related to his work. A wife and at the sight of her bending over j children do not belong in this the kitchen sink. She thinks may-j world. Anyone who cannot con- be I've got a dame someplace." ' tribute to his battle gains is Today's letter, in my opinion, relegated to the periphery. is the best and most incisive response I've had. It's for all Wall No one will ever persuade me thai a lack of interest in the miftce and will be responsible Street Warriors. Here it is: i marriage bed stems from work- for proper crediting of awards ' Dear Ann Landers: I have! ing too hard. This bit of folklore All six dens presented skits 1)ecn married to a Wall Street was invented by a man who with the theme "Adventures in Space." following Warrior for over 20 years so I must have known better. And feel qualified to speak about the | anyone who regards this problem as a problem of the rich, had better think again. It exists Badges were awarded to the successful or professional man llowing bovs: Randy Long-1 who _willingly (perhaps eagerly) pine cold arrow under Bear; i sacrifices his husband - father j at every economic level. The •-*._. ... . . ... i*rtln in Av/»Unnrrn -ff\i« 4 Via AvVitla_ 111*1*1 \irVin Vi'ic? crt/int Viinttml f a1cn_ Bob Schmidt, gold and silver ar rows under Wolf; Bob Norman, service star under Wcbclo; Robert Wall, gold and silver arrows under Wolf and one-year pin: Mike Hoffman, silver arrow under Bear; Craig Miller, two silver arrows under B e a r and second-year pin; Mike Peterson, gold and silver arrows under Bear. At a recent pack meeting the following year pins were awarded: one-year pins — Ken Reynolds, Bob Schmidt, Mark Watts, Ronnie Tangeman, Gary Smith, Lewis Logsdon, Mike Branson, Jeff Nichols, Monty Enright, David Murphy, Doug Glover, Shawn Nelson, Mark Purvis, Joel King, and Steve Dilley. Second-year pins—Larry Knowles, Bon Norman, Randy Lewis, Gary Reiman, Jerry Reiman, and Randy Longplne. Den 3 claimed the "Cubby" award by having t h e largest percentage of parents in attendance at the pack meeting. After an impressive closing ceremony, by Den 2, refreshments were served. t t t Duplicate Bridge Club The Smoky Hill Duplicate Bridge Club met yesterday afternoon at the Elks Club. The role in exchange for the exhila ration and the rewards of the Market Place. These men would not have it any other way. The excitement of the daily battle on the Professional Front or the Money Front; man who has spent himself elsewhere and is tired when he comes home, got that way because he chose to. After years of loneliness and soul-searching ("Where did I fail.") I confess that I wish I Mead. We will be open Thanksgiving Gustin, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schenk and Mrs. Christina Goetz. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Shofner, Stacy and Terrie will arrive tomorrow from Topeka to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Shof- in store. Weilerts. 10-2t Day. Free turkey every hour, ner's mother, Mrs. Kenneth Hop- Bargains galore on everything kins, Frank D. Murphy of Fond du Lac, Wis., hospital consultant for the Sisters of St. Agnes, left this morning after spending several days here on business at St. Anthony Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gilmore of Wichita will spend the Thanksgiving holiday With Mr. Gilmore's mother, Mrs. Kay .Gilmore. Marshall Tate of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Soderblom attended the Loretto Heights College-Air Force Academy joint concert presentation of the "Magnificat" Sunday at the college in Denver, Colo. Their daughter, Susan, is a member of the LOretto Heights chorus. Mr. and Mrs. Ted C. Tow attended funeral services this afternoon at Brantley Funeral Home in Norton for Mr. Tow'sl Ma ss., Ken Ulrich of Hunting- grandmother, Mrs. William B. I <J on Val!e y. Pa '- a "d Dennis Stapp. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. A. Dreiling and Louis Billinger went to ! Suchowacky of Bergenfield, N.J., ! will arrive tomorrow with George Kay to be his guest during the Thanksgiving vaca- s sufficiently ego-warming and had married another kind of stimulating that they don't need anything else to fill their lives. Because their values are warped (this happened long before marriage) these men lack the true understanding of what a husband - wife relationship ought to be. If his wife becomes cold from waiting, or if a wife resorts to a part-time replacement because she is lonely, the Warrior couldn't care less. He is relieved that he doesn't have man. I would gladly forego my large home, the cars in the garage, my fine furs and jewelry and the club memberships in exchange for a husband who will attend church with his family, show some interest in our children and be available for the little confidences that can make marriage the special relationship that God intended it to be. Just sign me—Lost: One Homefront. Gained: Much Insight. Mrs. Walt Wilson, Mrs. Ron Wass and Mrs. Bob Sanders. t t t Good Hope 4-11 Club The November meeting of the Good Hope 4-H Club was highlighted by a visit from Alex Schmidt who showed slides of his trip to Russia. Don Kucck, the new club agent for Ellis County, was a guest. Roil call w a s answered by naming "something we're thankful for.' Mitchell movement was used. | Newly elected junior officers North-south winners were: | are: Allen Dinkel, president; Allen Haselhorst, vice-president; Theresa Pfannenstiel, secretary; Maurice Gross, treasurer; Debbie Dechant, reporter. Program participants were Brenda Dinkel, Ruth Gross, Alexia Gross, Don Orth and Arlyn Wasinger. t t t Toastiuastcrs Club Meeting The Hays Toastmasters Club met at the Hays Ramada Inn Monday night for its weekly dinner meeting, Topicmaster John O'Loughlin introduced four topic speakers with controversial issues as their speech themes. Speaking were: Dick Coffelt, who discussed "Therapeutic Abortion"; Dr. Kenneth Calvin, "Movie Censorship"; Dr. William Kane, Mrs. Fred Haynes and Mrs. John Farmer, both of Russell, first; Mrs. Charles Watson and Mrs. Bob Law, second. East- west winners were: Mrs. Ross Beach Sr., and Mrs. F. E. Coffey, first; Mrs. A. W. Larzalere and Mrs. S. E. Shade, second. t t t Eastern Star Meeting The Order of Eastern Star will have its regular meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 at the Masonic Hall. t t t D.A.K. Meeting The Courtney Spaulding Chapter of D.A.R. met Sunday at the Town House at Russell. Hostesses were Mrs. L. W. Banker, Mrs. F. N. White, Miss Mabel Lacy and Mrs. W. J. Hupfer. The business meeting and program were held at the home of Mrs. White, Mrs. R. S. Markwell, regent, called the meeting was led by Dick Coffelt. Dr. Ronald Livers presided over the meeting. Gene Mall was a guest. He is a former president of the group. t t t Delta Zcta Meeting and Social Delta Zeta Alums met Monday evening at the Chapter house, 210 W. 6th St. Following a short business meeting, members entertained the actives and new pledges at a social hour. Hostesses were Mrs. Jon Shively, Mrs. Elizabeth Mosicr and Mrs. Rex Curtis. Alumnae members present were Mrs. Marion Schmidt, Mrs. Robert Collins, Mrs. W. D. Philip, Jr., Mrs. Clayton Meyers, Mrs. William Kane, Mrs. Clem Wood, Mrs. Dick Malmberg, Mrs. Floyd Thomas, Mrs. Lewis Martin. Mrs. Fred Deal and the hostesses. Wichita yesterday to be with j tion. The men are all graduate Eleven Initiated Into Math Frat Eleven Fort Hays State students were recently initiated into Kappa, Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honorary fraternity. Earning membership in the organization were sophomores "Unlimited Right of Citizens to i Richard Bieber, Bison; James Bear Arms," and Ed McNeil, j Hudson, Macksville; Khosrow "Should Notre Dame Have Gone Rahmanan, Iran; Donna Rogers, for Broke." Topic cup winner was Dr. Kane. Linus Dreiling who is a patient at St. Francis hospital. Robert F. Classman will return from Denver tonight with his daughter, Belinda, her roomniate, Sue Lovelace of New Haven, Conn., who will spend the Thanksgiving vacation with the Glassmans, Susan Soderblom and her roommate, Judy Drury of Miami, Fla., who will be guests of Miss Soderblom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Soderblom and her grandmother, Mrs. Simon Roth Sr. The girls are students at Loretto Heights College in Denver. We will be open Thanksgiving Day. Free turkey every hour. Bargains galore on everything in store. Weilerts. 10-2t Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hayes and Philip left today for Casper, Wyo., to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hartzell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Step and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Walters will spend Thanksgiving with Mrs, Walters' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrance Richards in Dighton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beilman and Stephanie went to Wichita today to visit Mrs. Beilman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Dome. They will go to Tulsa, Okla., tomorrow to spend Thanksgiving with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Jim Pfeifer, Mr. Pfeifer, Steven and Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sander and Chuck and Miss Nancy Lesseig will leave early tomorrow morning for St. Louis, Mo., to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Lesseig. Mr. Lesseig, a patient at Barnes Hospital, will have surgery Friday. They will also visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lesseig in Carbondale, 111. We will be open Thanksgiving Day. Free turkey every hour. Bargains galore on everything students at the University of Missouri in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Nelson and Cindy will leave tomorrow for St. Louis, Mo., to spend Thanksgiving weekend, with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson and family. Roger Nelson returned today from Venezuela where he had been working for several months. Mrs. Gerald Ward of Ellis was in Hays today on business. Karl Leiker will arrive tomorrow from Columbia, Mo., where he is a graduate student at Missouri University, to spend Thanksgiving vacation with his mother, Mrs. Corona Leiker. Delmar E, Winters Funeral services for Delmer E. Winters, 45, Tulsa, Okla., former Plainville resident, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the First Christian Church, Plainville. Winters died Sunday at St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa, after an illness of several weeks. Rev. Joe Brumbaugh will officiate at the services. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Smith Memorial Chapel, Stockton, has charge. Winters is survived by his wife, Marjorie; a son, Mark; a daughter, Sandra, both at home; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Winters, Plainville; two brothers, Harold, El Dorado; Wilford, Lake Arrowhead, Calif. Elizabeth Radke Mrs. Elizabeth Radke, 72, WaKeeney area resident the past 30 years, died Monday at the Trego-Lemke Memorial Hospital, WaKeeney. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hendricks Funeral Chapel, WaKeeney. Rev. Leslie Andrews, WaKeeney Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in the WaKeeney cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home until service time. Mrs. Radke is survived by two sons, Ruben Stieven, Whittier, Calif.; Herman Stieven, San Diego, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Martha George, San Diego, Calif.; a brother, Henry L. Bender, Russell; a sister, Mrs. Charlotte Stoll, WaKeeney. {Purely Personal] Hays friends will b« saddened to know of the death of Paul Beckhelm which occurred two weeks ago at' Mt. Vernon, Iowa where he was head of the music department of Cornell College. Mr. Beckhelm was in the music department at the Fort Hays State College for a number of years and he and Mrs. Beckhelm have hosts of friends here. He had been ill for sometime. Probably few Hays persons were aware of the fact that termites had begun their destruc •tive work in the present library and had destroyed several books. This was another good reason for the need of a new library. Woman's World TURNABOUT COUNT COPENHAGEN, Denmark — — Count Henri de Mon- With the Girl Scouts Cadette Troop 76 enjoyed a wiener roast 1 at the State Park south of town Monday, Nov. 14, followed by a "star gaze." The girls are working on the Star badge. A First Aid test was pezat, a French Catholic, will become a Lutheran before his June wedding to Princess- Margrethe, heiress to the Danish throne. He is the great-grandson of Professor Eugene Hallberg, who taught at the University of Toulouse from 1870 to 1910. The professor was a Lutheran. who was converted to Roman Catholicism, MINI-BAGS BRUSSELS, Belgium (WNS) — Mini-bags, the new rage with Belgian girls are larger than ordinary bags.. "They are named not for their size but for their, contents," explained couturiere: Madame Pimprenelle. "Each mini-bag contains a complete mini-wardrobe, including mini- makeup and mini-wallet." KILT QUESTION PARIS (WNS) -.Men's tailors have complained here because French girls are now wearing kilts. The Galeries Lafayette ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL At wood; Armond Smith, Al- in store. Weilerts. 10-2t Mr. and Mrs. James Raffety, Scott and Kami of Omaha, Nebr., to order and roll call was an-j Three speakers addressed the swered with Thanksgiving quo-1 g rou p later in the evening. They mena; Sharon Whipple, Jetmore; ™?" -»« *«"•"«•""•-•,*, i^u, I.PSHP Wilsnn RUIT Oak: and!?? 11 arrive today to_ spend Leslie Wilson, Burr Oak; and Anthony Wai Wu, Hong Kong. tiftions. were Paul Moore, Gene Mall Also initiated were Gaylene Robert M Mrs. Markwell reported on i an( j Ed Ekey. Moore's speech Hayden, Ruleton: Gail McWhir- the district convention held at was mi ec i -A M an without a ter, Dighton, both juniors, and Thanksgiving vacation with Mrs. Raffety's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sand, , , . Phillipsburg October 29th. Mrs. country " It won for him the top i Father Hilary Scully, Hays grad- 1 meyer, Karen, Bridgit and Barb-- . .. ' ""»« j • " "."' 4 'urn will si'i'ivp tmnrMfnw from «-i,-4 „ ..» AI..C. i i' TJni^nr, ,,,. \\hi\e gave Mrs. J. I. Huppen- performance trophy for (he eve- thal's paper on "Let I's Give ning . MaU . s spe0 ch was titled student. Initiation ceremonies were i ara will arrive tomorrow from Stillwater, Okla., to spend with Mrs. Thanks," and also reported on "The Shook-up Election," and conducted by Kappa Mu Epsilon national defense. Mrs. McKean p^cy presented "Thoughts on' officers, Steve Tebo, Hill City Carter gave the Thanksgiving Thanksgiving." T o a s t m a s- senior, president; Gary .Schmidt, story. , tor was Marion Coulson. i Hays junior, vice - president; One guest. Mrs. Anna E. Oliv- F.valuators for the speakers i Dorothy Gross, Hays junior, sec- er, WaKeeney, and the follow-. W ere Hick Coffelt. Dave Um-jretary - treasurer; and Robert ing members were present: Miss j au f > an( j u ave winter. Other of-i Cumin, instructor in mathemat- • will spend the remainder of the Fern Oliver, WaKeeney: Mrs. ficia i s werc Bill Lindner, gen-Ucs, sponsor. week in Colorado. They will visit Medical- Mrs. Lionel G. Ernst, Russell Katie Geist, Ellis • Mrs. Howard L. Rajewski, Victoria Mrs. Alice Glair, Alton John G. Huber, Ellis Mrs. Anna B. Benton, Hays Martin M. Urban, Hays Mrs. Francis Hadley, Palco Mrs. Viola Walton, Gorham Mrs. Albert Froelich, Gorham Eddie Honas Jr., Ellis Mrs. Sylvester Bicker, Ellis Mark G. Dinkel, Victoria Jacob J. Burgardt, Hays Mrs. Ronald F. Pfannenstiel, Hays Mrs. Alphonse M. Wolf, Hays Surgical— Darcy Benefiel, Hays Wendy Lynn Benefiel, Hays Clyde L. Young, 'Colby Mrs. Alfred Dreiling, Victoria Mrs. Ralph Hunter, Hays Orthopedic- Steven Burkey, Russell Edwin Staab, Hays Accident- Mark W. Kaba, Plainville Leon Pelzel, Hays Dismissals- Mrs. F. J. LaGesse, Plainville Bernard R. Erbert, Ellis Mrs. Avery Oiiderkirk, Zurich Mrs. Harley Rogers, Plainville Mrs. Ronald F. Pfannenstiel, Hays Mrs. George R. Orten, Quinter Mrs. Mathias J. Simmons, Hill City Timothy Allen Augustine, Ellis Robert Leikam, Hays Jacquelyn Rupp, Hays Carl Bieker, Hays Leon Pelzel, Hays Mrs. Ray A. Schindler, Stockton Mrs. Matt Zimmerman, Schoenchen FHS Students Begin Holiday Recess Today Fort Hays State students will leave campus after classes today to begin a five-day Thanksgiving recess and Forsyth Library, the Memorial Union and the Fort Hays State Museums have altered hours during the holiday. The Union will close at 10 p.m. today and will open cafeteria facilities at noon Sunday. Forsyth Library will be open until 10 p.m. Tuesday, from to to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and will be closed all day Thursday and Sunday- The museums close, at 5 p.m. today, have scheduled regular hours Wednesday and will be closed all day Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the mu- seUms will be open from 2 to 5 p.m. Students are receiving an extra half-day of vacation in honor given Tuesday in preparation for the Challenge of Emergency Preparedness. Friday night the group visited the college telescope to observe the moon, and again observe the constellation. Girls are Dawn Heather, Nancy Huet, Paula Nelson and Carmen Augustine. The Sunflower Girl Scout Council's annual meeting was held in Palco Oct. 30. Awards presented at the meeting to Hays neighborhood personnel were: Jean Stouffer, 30 year pin; Virginia Herzog, 15 year pin; Olga Haigler, Freda Rockwell and Fern Gross, 10 year pins. Mr. Lloyd Beach was awarded a plaque for his service to" the Girl Scouts. Also honored was the Ivanhoe Club, V.F.W., B.Q. of P.E.O., and the Saturday Afternoon Club. Sociology Professor Addresses Rotarians Dr. George Taylor, assistant professor of sociology at Fort Hays State College, delivered the annual Thanksgiving message at the weekly Hays Rotary Club meeting Monday. Dr. Taylor criticized the commercialism of holidays and urged "putting Thanks back into Thanksgiving." He stressed the religious background of the Thanksgiving observance] ' A new member of the Hays State faculty this fall, Dr Taylor served as director of the Methodist Youth Center in Hays partment store has sold 20,000 Scottish kilts, and women are clamoring for more. "Since women adopt all the colorful costumes of men, we males are reduced to wearing the same dull suits," said Andre Bardot, president of the Groupe des :inq tailors' organization. "If women want their men to dress nore excitingly, they must leave us something exciting to wear." ira naii-a«y u vacauuH in IIUIMH , { the , 1950's. He was on of the athletic: championships the facu i t / at wlchita state Uni nnr.nArl KIT fKo T?UC s>f/\oo nrkIintT>\7 -w^« j earned by the FHS cross country and football squads. Classes resume Monday. Services Held For Ferdinand Wellbrock Services were held today at St. Joseph's Church for Ferdinand Wellbrock, 54, rural Plainville man who died Friday. Fr. Melvin, O.F.M. Cap., celebrated the Mass. He was assisted by Fathers Colin and Thomas Aquinas. Pallbearers were Edward Miller, Leo Billinger, Gilbert Karlin, Dan Hoffman, Arthur Wagner and Alfred Walters. Burial was in the church cemetery. Brock's North Hill Chapel had j charge. versity before returning to FHS Student Rotarians for Novem ber include George McHenry St. Joseph's Military Academy Bill Toepfer, Hays High School and Ahmadullah Donto, Fort Hays State College senior from Tibet. BABIES ARE FOR CUDDLING iuithe new mother next doof his little tim« to enjoy her baby if she's distracted by th« thous«nd-and-on« problem* of young motherhood ... What community services and facilities are available for infant* . . . where to find th« many things the newcomer needs... all «f the things with which your Welcome Wagon Hostess stands ready to help. So be a good neighbor to the new arrival. A Welcome Wagon . Hostess with helpful tips for mother and gifta for tha, new baby awaits your call at Phone MA 4-6244 CARD OF THANKS I want to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to Dr Artman, Dr. Reynolds and the nurses for the good care; also to friends and neighbors who sent flowers, cards, gifts and came to visit me while I was a patient at Hadley Memorial Hospital. Your many deeds of kindness made my stay a most pleasant one. Mrs. Marie Shaw 10-lt* WELCOME •NEWCOMERS! U«« tki* COUMB yni'r* htr«. NMM ............. '•» «• **•* City - ~ _—......... G PIMM h*v« tK* Welcome Wag•• H*it«ii call en m» Q I w»ul«t likt U »uh»cri»« U the Hay* Daily New* ,(J I alrtady tubicrilM to till Hay* Daily New* Fill out coupon and mail t» Circulation Dept., Haya Daily New* Mrs. John Jacobs, Jr. Their son, guest of his Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rhoades Something to sell? \Vantad it. > F. N. White. Mrs. V. E. Sheffer. oral crit j c; Bill OhlemeSer.l Wiimont Toalson, professor of their daughters, Betty in Colo- Mrs. W. J. Hupfer and Mrs. L. grammarian: and Dr. William i mathematics, was featured rado Springs and Cathy in Den- W. Banker, Russell; Mrs. Gerald Kane timer. (speaker at the ceremonies. Ford, Mrs. M, C. Cunningham, invocation was delivered by Mrs. E. H. Titus, Mrs. S. V. Dal- Ed -McNeil and the Hag salute ton, Mrs. R. S. Markwell. Mrs. — P. H. Bcggs and Mrs. E. B. Breneman. Hays; Mrs. G. G. Hays, Ransom and Mrs. McKean Carter, Gorham. t t t Wlirafhcarl Auxiliary The Wheatheart Auxiliary met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Bob Rice. The evening was spent working on the club's Christinas project which is making topiary trees for the Ransom Old Folk^ Home. There were two guests: Mrs Roger Sturgent and Mrs. Dick Robertson of Ellis. Members present were Mrs Harry Moore, Mrs. Don For- sylhe, Mrs. Roger Garrett, Mrs. Duane Knipe, Mrs. Jerry Ford, MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses were issued Monday to Thomas R. Werner, 26, Kincaid, and Judith A. Ehrlich, 22, Russell; Francis L. Karlin, 20, Victoria, and Charlita Zimmerman, 23, Schoenchen. CUTTYSARR AMERICAS No.1 SELLING SCOTCH rcUTTYSARK i BLENDED.. 1 SCOTS veins' 01 <00', St.uK ** l ^*L "* another HNVENIENCE fOMI t THC BUCKINGHAM COBPORATION. IMPONTCHSi NtW YO«K. N.Y. BLENDED M PROOF THANKSGIVING BUFFET THURSDAY NOON » TURKEY & DRESSING • HAM Whipped Potatoes & Gravy—Sweet Potatoes Buttered Corn & Peas Cranberry Salad — Homemade Rolls Pumpkin Pie Special Prices for Children MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY Vagabond Restaurant 2522 Vine MA 4-5914 J TASTY THANKSGIVING DINNER at Hw HOUDAY! The menu is prepared by our new chef, BILL WONG. Bill is a true master in the preparation o! tasty food! —Thanksgiving Day Menu— Bill Wonf • Long Island Duck with spiced apple. • Baked Virginia Ham with Sliced Pineapple • Roast Tom Turkey with Cranberry Sauce • Prime Rib of Beef This special menu is in addition t» our regular menu. We serve Children's Portions! Plac* Your Thsnksgivinf Dsy Rsssrvstisns Esrly! — Phsnt MA 5-7371 Serving from < •• «• to 10 p. m.— Thanksgiving Dinner 11 a. m. to 10p.m.

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