Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 10, 1963 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, August 10, 1963
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Local BPWs to Attend Conference in Denver Two local women will be among the approximately two thousand participants in a scries of leadership training conferences being sponsored in late summer by the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Chiibs. Kuth F: Potter, third vice-president of the state federation and Mac Leeper, second vice-president of the local club will be attending the conference scheduled fo r Aug. 9 — 11 at the Statler. Hilton Hotel in Denver, Colo. "Achieve through Leadership" is the theme of the conference which will be led by Miss Virginia II, Allen, national federation president. Mis s Allen has been executive vice-president of Cahalan Drug Stores, Wyandotte, Mich, since 1955. Working earlier in the education field, she made histtfry in Detroit public schools by starting the job upgrading program designed to help unemployed out- of-school youth become self-supporting. Purpose is to equip the leadership core group of the federation — state officers and chairmen, district chairmen, and club officers — with the principles and techniques of professional leadership. The serins of twelve 1963 conferences will implement the federation's 1963-64 program theme — "The Responsibility of Full Partnership" in the business and professional world. In addition to enabling officers of the 170,00 member federation to increase their effectiveness a s leaders in Uicir careers and in federation activities, it is expected that»the national conferences will multiply themselves through hundreds of counterpart conferences to be scheduled late r at the local level. In this way, leadership training will be opened up to thousands of women in communities across the country. The national organization is a federation of 3,532 clubs throughout the United States. District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, an<i the Virgin Islands. Eagles Auxiliary To Celebrate Sixth Anniversary Eagles Auxiliary will celebrate .their sixth anniversary at the Aug. 19 meeting in ' the Eagle s Aerie. Honored, guests will be the charter members and the past presidents. Seven members will be initiated for the honorees. President William R. Garvin presided for the 21 attending the Monday night meeting, in the AerLe. A hamper filled with linens will be given at the August picnic. Mrs. Henry Depperschmidt, 1408 E. Laurel, is in charge of this project. Page 6 Garden City Telegram Saturday, August 10, 1963 Leaving Sunday morning for a week vacation in Green Mountain Falls, Colo., are Mr. and Mrs. Al Laughlin, 1309 Hackberry. Their daughter • Jane will join them Monday night _ when she will fly from Salina to Denver after her return from the National 4-H foundation in Washington, D. C. Going to Lamed Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ede N. Dichl who died Wednesday morning in her home in Wichita were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dichl, Eminence Rt., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Diehl, Jetmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Diehl, Cottonwood Falls. The Diehl bo'yfe were her stepsons. George Hopkins, Rebecca and Phillip from Hutchinson came Sunday and took his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hopkins, 607 N. 13th, to Denver where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hopkins and family until Thursday. They went sightseeing at Estes Park, Colorado Springs and many lakes. • Visiting two weeks with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Blake, 618 N. 2nd, is Steven Fowler Denver, Colo. Miss Laugh/in, Delegate For National 4-H Course Jane Laughlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Laughlin, 1309 Hackberry, spent this week in Washington, D. C. as the Finney County delegate for the 4-H Citizenship short course at the National 4-H Club Foundation. During this course the delegates studied and discussed the meaning of citizenship, democracy and rscponsibilitics of citizens in a democratic country. Their schedule included field trips to Capitol Hill, the White House, U. S .Department of Agriculture and historic points near Washington, D. C. En- route to the nation's capital the club members visited Gettysburg and Annapolis. This session had 150 delegates attending from Florida, Michigan, Iowa, California and Kansas with 29 present from Kansas. Accompanying the delegates on the chartered bus trip were Arliss Honstead, Extension 4-H Club work specialist from Kansas State University, Manhattan, and William Borst, Wyan- dottc County 4-H Club agent, Kansas City. The Kansas group will return by bus to Salina. Miss Laughlin will fly from Salina to Denver on Monday and join her parents for a vacation at Green Mountain Falls, Colo. Cheese varies widely in .saltiness, so taste before adding salt to P recipe that includes it. Jane Laughlin Calendar of Social Events SATURDAY SQUARE DANCE — 7:30 p.m. MST Veterans Memorial Building, Lakbi. Caller. K.C. Williams, Phillips. Tex. Spo:iHurecl by Lakin Square D;uic« Club. TUESDAY DB MOLAY — 7:30 p.m. Masonic Temple. Initiation. No kitchen scale in the house? If you have a small letter-size scale you can use it for weighing a small amount of ingredients. ALL — BIG M — MULLINS FURNITURE STORES IN GARDEN CITY, GREAT BEND, LIBERAL AND DODGE CITY ARE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE, CARPET, TELEVISION AND STEREO, MATTRESSES, ACCESSORY ITEMS, ALL OFFICE AND SHOP FIXTURES, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT, ALL DELIVERY TRUCKS, EVERYTHING WITHOUT RESERVATION HAS BEEN ORDERED SOLD WALL TO WALL THBS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL ITEMS ARE GONE! Open 10:15 A.M. Until 9:00 P.M. Daily Except Sundays (SHOP EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE) Limited Supplies and Subject to Prior Sale. Credit Terms Arranged To Suit Your Needs ALL SALES FINAL — NO RETURNS NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGE NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD Everything Must Be Sold FIXTURES, TOOLS, OFFICE FURNITURE, DELIVERY TRUCKS, DELIVERY EQUIPMENT. ALL WILL BE SOLD AT END OF FURNITURE SALE.

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