Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 24, 1963 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Manley, 2312 N. Main announce the marriage of thrir claiiKhter, Sharon Faith, lo .Terry J. Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Caldwell, Balesville, Mo. They wore married July 11 in the Church of Ihn Nazareno al Clmarron by the Rev. Norman Howerlon. Sharon was prndualerl from Garden City High Srhool and Is an employe of the local Southwestern Hell Telephone Co. Her husband tUnndcd hi«h school at Batesville and is employed at Phillip '(50' on Kansas Avc. He pl.ii.s to attend Garden City Junior ( ollege this fall. They arc at home in Ihr Srhmale Apts., No. 3, 21 i W. Kansas Ave. Loyal Workers Give Birthday Dinner Fridayi Loyal Workers Social Club gave thrir birthday dinner Friday noon at the home of Ina Huckstadt, 2202 N. 3rd. Her co- hostess was Opal Smith. Wilma Hebrew was the presiding officer and also baked and decorated the birlhday cake. Mrs. Ruth Spanglcr was a special guest. Garnet were led by Mrs. Fred Brown and I ho prize winners were Mrs. Hebrew nnd Mrs. Lula Uorgman. Sunshine gifts went to Mrs. C. N. Hcndershot and Mrs. <!. Needham and Rhoda Jewell won the hostess gift. Officers will he elected al the 9 a.m. coffee to he Aug.2 at the home of Mrs. Needham, 411 N. 4th. Engaged to Wed Rudy Valenziicla Qardiuer's COCONUT CHEWS (cookies) Bottom Layer: y t cup butter * Vi cup shortening 1/2 cup brown sugar T ci>? flour Cream together, shortening, butler, brown suga r and flmir. Blend well and turn into increased pan 9x9x2 inches. Pat this mixture all over bottom of pan. Bako a 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Next — prepare top layer: 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 tablespoons flour i/j cup white syrup '/i cup brown sugar 1/3 teaspoon salt 1 cup chopped nuts T cup shredded coconut ' While mixture Is baking, beat eggs and arid brown sugar, gradually add syruip and vanilla. Sift dry ingredients together. Add to above mixture, stir in nuts and coconut. When first layer is baked, spread (lie coconut mixture over It and bake another 25 minutes or until golden brown at 350 degrees. Cool thoroughly and cut into bars. Makes approximately 2G bars. KAY KEELER Friend (Send your favorite recipe to Hio Cook's Corner. Each recipe which Is puNlshed will earn a $1 priie for the contributor. Recipei will be judged on the basis of reader interest or originality. They may be taken from a cook book or magazine, but the source should be given and should not be a current issue.) ,At Your Store or Call JR 6-3295 For Home Delivery Tho engagement of Nancy Jane Dillon lo Marvin James Farr, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Farr, Modoc, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loster Dillon, 1506 N. 8th. The bride-elect is a graduate of Holcomb High School and Salt City Business College, Hutchinson. She is employed at the Garden National Bank. Her fiance is a graduate of Scott City High School and Garden City Junior College. He plans to enter Kansas State University at Manhattan this fall. The wedding is planned for Aug. 24. orner Baptist Circles in Meetings Mrs. Roger Ramsey led the lesson on "The Changing City Challenges the Church" for the Ann Juclson Circle of the First Baptist Church Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mabel Lindner, 412 N. 5th. Members of the group assisted in the discussion. Mrs. Leo Bennett conducted the devotions. Mrs. Leona Goodwin, Kansas City, was a special guest. The love gift dedication was presented by Mrs. Mary Lynes. Mrs. Frank Dailey was in charge of the business meeting. A kitch- , en cleaning day at the church i was set for July 30. This will be the circle project for this quarter. Baptist Women's conference at Camp Christy, near Scott City will be July 23-25. Mrs. Victor Haflich, 1202 "A" will b e hostess for the Aug. 15 meeting. The Virginia Hjerstedt Circle of the First Baptist Church met Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. John Walker, 1011 N. 2nd. Devotions were given by Mrs. Ralph Tcct/.cn, on "Ask not what God can do for you but what you can do for God?'' Members were challenged to give love, loyally, attendance and to witness. Mrs. Bertha Roberts gave the ove gift dedication. Mrs. Don Tallcy gave the lesson on "City Streets" and used dolls to illustrate various kinds of persons found on streets. President Mrs. Ed Aust conducted the short business meeting for the 12 attending. Mrs. Charles Cowgill gave a report on White Cross work sent to the Indians in Arizona. Next meeting will be with Mrs. J. D. Harness, ail N. 5th at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 15. Soc/o/ Events Calendar of L .Millinery 224 N. Main Garden City- BR 6-3551 -The Garden Spot \KWrOMKKH LAOIK.S HKID'iK 7-30 p.m. civic Ont"r. Phnne 6-3C50 or 6-74:11. BUSINESS Hid Prof. p.«ional Women — 6:.'iO p.m. Luau Inn. Call L'jui.-'e Springer, 6-7.W1 ICE CREAM SOCIAL, — S:SO p-n Methodist lawn. Mnin and Kan.«n!>. Sponsored hy Metliodlpt Youth Fel- lowshlp. Homcmndr ice cr^nm, pin and cak«». NEWCOMERS CM'B •- 6:HO p.m. Civic Center. Putlnck cnpp'-r- Brlnp lahle -ervice. All ix-wcnim r.« to (!;u- d'n City welcome. Hopta are th» Hill Wnsln(?era, Earl Orlggs and Vaughn FRIDAY NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS — B n m coffee. Mrs. Mary Knmtell, 11Q7 N. 3rd. OLD TIMERS — 1-4 p.m. Civic t< nK}k SCHOOL — 7:TO.10:30 p.m. Civic Center. LADIES AUXILIARY Patriarch.. Militant and Canton -• 8 p.m. Odd Fellow Hall. Civil Defense program. Mrs. Bessie Fertler, Fresno. Calif., has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Iva Long and family, 1122 N. 5th. TCE CREAM RITPKR — 6:30 p.m. PlytTH'll Ladle.- Aid. Hpr,n<u>r.« at Ply- rncll Church. Brine cake or 1 c » rream Evi-rynne Invited. OA.MMA MU chapter of Epullon Rlftrrm Alpha — 5:30 p.m. Flnnnp Park. Family plcnlf. Brlnsr chicken, covered <iMh and table service. Essex HDU Has Picnic Ten members of the Essex Home Demonstration Unit and their families met Sunday evening for a picnic at the home of M*s. Margaret Brown and 'ainily, 2105 "A". Those attending were Mr. and Mrs Don Brown, Mrs. Hugh Concannon and grandson, Gary; Mrs. Deiia Ackley, Mrs. Effie Scott, Did: Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Galliart and family, Mr. and Mis. F. A. Dickenson, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Concannon Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Concannon Jr., Mrs. Tess Munn, Mr. and Mrs Harry Oyler, and daughter, Mrs. -W: E. Jones, Alvin, Tex.; Me. and Mrs. Guy Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe York and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Effie Scott, 1007 Conkling, on Aug. 14. Recent gue»t* at the Vaughn Wheeler home, 302 Balinger, were his mother, Mrs. Edythe Wheeler, Alva, Okla.; his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wheeler, Bill, Danny and Stanley of Norman, Okla., and Mrs. Wheeler's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gish, Byrdie and Skippy, Tulsa, Okla. araarap o I Page 6 City Telegram Wednesday, July 24, 1963 Houseguesti at the Harold Stoner home. 509 Summit, have been her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Mena- ger, Tulsa, Okla., who stayed for a several days visit enroute home from a Colorado vacation. Woodrow Morford of Oberlin stopped for a visit at the Clayton Ladwig home, 1502 W. Kansas. He was enroute to Phoenix, Ariz., for a week vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clark and son, Terry, 1105 -Pcrshing, spent several days last week in Oklahoma. While Mrs. Clark visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mason, Oklahoma City, Mr. Clark and Terry fished at Lake Greenleaf. Mrs. Clark flew from Oklahoma to Liberal and visited Mr. and Mrs. Don White and daughter, Lana. Mrs. White brought Mrs. Clark home on Thursday then returned home. Lana is visiting this week at the Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Stoner, Tulsa, Okla., are the parents of a son born July 9. He has been named William Arthur. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sloner, 509 Summit, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bostron, Sterling, Colo. Gimtt expected today at the Harold Stoner home, 509 Summit, are Mr. and Mrs. John Bostron, Sterling, Colo., who will spend the night here enroute to Tulsa, Okla., to see their new grandson. Mrs. Alton Foster and Jimmy, 804 A n d e rson, accompanied Sandra Renick to Fort Collins recently and visited Mrs. Norman Petty and family while Sandra attended a wedding. Mr. and Mr*. Lyn Blankenship and family, Wichita. ar e expected this weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Maddox and family, 307 Washington. A guest at the Harry Oyler home, 1607 N. 8th, has been Mrs. W. E. Jones, Alvln, Tex. J. H. Mohegan, Tulsa, Okla., died Tuesday in his home after a long illness. His widow i s the former Joy Marie Brramhall of Garden Cify. Mrs. Alta Bramhall, 704 N. 2nd, will leave Thursday to attend the funeral. Ever fill frankfurters with slicks of cheddar cheese and \uap with bacon before br.'ling? Extra £ood! 21 HarmonyHDU Breakast Friday Mrs. O. W. Tcrhune. 1211 St. John, entertained 21 members of the Harmony Home Demonstration Unit Friday morning at. a breakfast meeting. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Anna Staley, Mrs. William Boles, Mrs. Chris Degenhart and Mrs. Ira Merrick. Mrs. Bessie Fortier, Fresno, Calif., was a guest. "Words to Live By" was the ;heme of the devotions given by Mrs. Glenn Haas. President Mrs. Harry Harms conducted the business session. Members volunteered entries for the Finncy County Fair, Aug. 27-29. County-wide Fun Nile, to be July 31 at the Co-op Center, was emphasized. Mrs. Anna Staley received the hostess gift. Mrs. Fred Harms, 1115 Pearl will be hostess for the 2 p.m. meeting-Aug. 16. LITTLE LINKS Miniature Golf Course in Finnup Park Now open nightly at 6:30 p.m. Open at 2 p.m. on Sat. & Sun. Only 25e for 19 holes. CARD OF THANKS We 'wish to take thi s opportunity to thank our many wonderful friends and relatives for all the prayers, flowers, food, cards, money and assistance at the time of our loss of our beloved Mother and Grandmother. Julio Correa, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cisneros, Mr. and Mrs. John Garcia, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ran- gcl. —24adv. ren Studio & Camera Shop IZZZXZXZZ2J PENNEYS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY * [ -- - *< , ',-•* \' \s >* ' <" . „, x *,, . ,,.™™.-.'.... ... WE HAVE^SLASHED PRICES AGAIN! FINAL CLEAN - UP ON ALL SUMMER GOODS. LIMITED QUANTITIES - - SHOP EARLY & SAVE! REDUCED! 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Mens' STRAW HATS Choose From Dress or Western 1.33 Mens' SLACKS $4 Mens' SPORT SHIRTS 1.44-S2 Mens' GREY SHIRTS 1.22 Mens 1 and Boys' Pant Creasers 2 for 50c 7" to 22" Assorted Colors ZIPPERS 2foi lOc DRASTICALLY CUT IN PRICE! REDUCED FOR FAST CLEARANCE SUMMER MATERIALS 33c-44c-$l OPEN A PENNEY'S CHARGE ACCOUNT TODAY! STORE HOURS 9 to 5:30 Mon. Thru Fri. 9 to 8 SATURDAY

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