Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 14, 1963 · Page 21
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DAYLE MAYER works on a statue among male classmates in "shop 1 ' at John Marshall High School in 'Richmond. Girl Enters 'Shop' Class RICHMOND Va. (AP) — A 15- I year-old sophomore has an unconventional approach to the traditionally male industrial arts [classes taught in high school. Pert Dayle Mayer's method I was to enroll in "shop" for credit. She's the only girl in the industrial arts classes at John Marshall High. Teacher William M. Wilder said Dayle's trial enrollment has worked out so well that several rolled. other girls have asked to be en- SPECIALS! For Back to School 1963 RAMBLER Wagon $2595 9 passenger (660 series). Radio, heater & overdrive. Tu+on» paint, tinted windshield. Reclining seats, white wall nylon tires. 19,000 actual miles. Sold and servcod by ui. 1962 RAMBLER Classic $1895 4 Door sedan with overdrive and new tires. 1962 RAMBLER American $1495 Radio, heater & overdrive. Reclining seats. America's finest economy car. 1961 RAMBLER Rebel V-8 . $1595 Radio, heater & automatic transmission. Airconditioned, Individual seats. 1961 RAMBLER Ambassador V-8 $1595 Radio, heater & overdrive. Tinted windshild, individual seats, seat belts. 1962 FORD Galaxie $1795 4 Door sedan. Clean and ready to go. 1961 FORD Fairlane 500 $1595 4 Door sedan. Big motor with cruise-o-matic transmission, radio, heater & new tires. Clean. 1962 FORD Falcon $1495 4 Door sedan. Straight gears. Radio and heater. 1962 FORD Galaxie $1895 4 Door sedan. Radio .heater. 6 cylinder, straight gears. Slick. 1959 FORD Custom 6 $995 Radio .Heater. Straight gears. New upholstery. Slick. 1958 FORD Custom 6 $595 Radio .heater. Straight gears, overdrive. Clean. 1960 STUDEBAKER V-8 $995 4 Door sedan, radio, heater. Straight gears, real clean. 1956 PLYMOUTH V-8 . $495 4 Door sedan. Radio .heater, automatic transmission. Lots of good transportation in this one. 1959 PONTIAC $1095 2 Door. Radio, heater, automatic transmission. Clean. 1952 INTERNATIONAL Pickup $295 New seats, new paint. 4 speed transmission. Heavy duty tires. FIVE POINTS MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 712-20 Jones Ave. Garden City, Kansas Page 3B Garden City Telegram Wednesday, August 14, 1963 Buy College Clothes With a View to Self-Care Whom college freshmen « n d their helpful advisers talk about adjustment, maturity and thcj need for independent action that j they're sure to skip over the practical matter of keeping possessions in order. There's no mother handy to pick dirty socks up off the floor, to sew on a missing button five minuteg before classtime, to have the shirts sparkling clean every Monday morning. Boys are definitely on their own, in the laundry as well as in the. classroom Whether they are on scholarship or were born with silver spoon.s in their mouths, they regularly descend to (ho dormitory's laundry, dump in their eight pounds of clothing, plop in a quarter and wait their turn for the dryer. Boyg who in the past had done nothing more strenuous around the. homo than prying open a coko bottle rapidly become competent with ncedlo and thread, larn how to patch with iron-on strips and can even cope with an iron when needed. With this do-it-yourself pro- gram looming ahead of them, the college-bound shopper does well to buy his college wardrobe with self-care in mind. Identifying tags on slacks and shirts should bo read with cnro, and if at all possible In the college clmal that Is almd, m-^ttq lego climate that lies abend, emphasis should be on wash-and- wear purchases. Kortunately, (hero are plenty of such suds- able, fabrics available: washable knitwear, stretchwear, corduroy, foam laminates and synthetics. I When laundry day — or night eomrs around It's but to mend I rips and replace button', beforo ! washing. Also separate tlu> real-. | ly filthy garments like sneakers,] sweatshirts, track suits and dun-' garers, because they'll need n second suds cycle. White garments and fust colors require hot suds, while warm water is better for dark and bright, colors, wools and synthetics. To put those razor-sharp creases back into pants, lake them from the dryer sllghty damp and hang thorn bv tlm cuffs from a clamp-type hanger. Then Rfasi n creaso edge with one hand; and run the thumb and forefinger 08 the other hand down thn fold to pleat. Machino - washable synthetics and treated wool sweaters loo should be removed from n dryer whilo slightly damp, SI n c n they may pull out of shape If they arc hung up it's hotter to spread them flat and pull gently into shape over a towel or n shod, of plastic. This can be pine(si over a bed — or even under It —• until the sweater Is dry. John Marshall never had a "male only" policy for industrial art s but classes were too crowd ed with bays to take any girls, said Wilder. And, he said, "you have to get girls who ar e interested in the work and not the boys." Dayle had a demonstrated mechanical aptitude. When she first enrolled, Dayle said she was "a little afraid be cause I didn't know how to oper ate all the machinery, but all the boys were helpful." Besides, she said, "I think girls should know how to do things around the house in an emergency. I've picked up many hints from the boys." Dayle, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Mayer, plans an art career. Her faculty adviser felt she would benefit from industrial arts. So, she combines art and industrial arts. She made a clay statue of a girl in an art class, then made a mold and casting of it in "shop." Dayle isn't the first girl to enroll in industrial arts in Richmond but her record at the new John Marshall High must impress her male classmates. They've elected her leader of a class section. Man Behind Machine Data processing equipment is being used more and more widely by the public schools to make class assignments, keep grade records and the like. But sometimes the machines slip up, as they did at Myers Park High School ,n Charlotte, N.C. The result, according to the National Education Association publication "Education U. S. A." One girl received a monotone- ou s schedule with several lunch periods; another had only one lunch period, but it was at 8:45 a.m.; a student who had flunked French I three times found himself promoted to French IV; and another student almost got away •with a restful semester — three study halls. School officials blamed it all on human error in preparing tht data. a. MM THIS WEEK SPECIALS State Inspected Prices Effective Thurs. • Fri. • Sot. Processing Butch says, "Folks who ignore you never give you any bad advice." Bar-B-Q Plump— ready to eat ..... Each A J<£ 4f For Swiss or Charcoal Arm Roast L , For Economy Chuck Roast Lean—Tender Pork Chops For That Picnic Wieners <*....*. Center Cuts . 10 for M>9 1 Cello Pack 2 Lbs. 69 Headquarters for Grain Fed Beef and Pork! STORE HOURS: 8:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. Monday thru' Thursday 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday FRITZ'S Ben Franklin* YOUR FRIENDLY HOME OWNED STORE BACK TO SCHOOL BONANZA DAYS UPHOLSTERY FABRIC SALE 3 Days Only DOOR BUSTER SPECIAL Fine quality upholstery material in an varray of beautiful colors to brighten {every room. This material regularly sells [for $6.95 to $14.95 a yard. BEN FRANKLIN REGULAR LOW PRICE IS $2.99 A YARD FOR 3 DAYS ONLY NOW 2 YDS. FOR Orion Bobby SOCKS Misses'sizes 8-11. White. 54e Kindergarten SLACKS Boys' and girls' cotton corduroy. Black and colors. 3 to 6X. 133 Boys' Slack SOCKS Cotton. m __ 7 to 10. '** P". »•!< SPORTS BAG Zipperclosing has lock and key. Sturdyframe. Perfect for gym J99 Littlt Girls' Sizes SNEAKERS White duck uppers, tapered toes. Crepe type soles. Reg. $1.99 ff IjjTi SCHOOL BAGS Reg. $1.00 Fabric Bag Rubberized toshedthe rain! Lunch pocket 88 C Deluxe Rayon Bag Asstd. plaids |59 No. KJ 16 CRAYOLAS Sixteen different colors in box. Reg. 25c |7< ACETATE BRIEFS Misses' sizes 5-10. White. 37« WEAREVER CARTRIDGE PEN FREE with 12 ink cartridges. Reg. $1.00. 72< Papermate Piggy-Back yuan | BAIL POIHT with free 69c refill. Reg. v $2.38. 169 LEAD PENCILS Three 29c packs, 10 pencils each- total 30 77' VVHITC I'M" ONWARD WHITE PASTE 5 oz. plastic jar with spreader. ZANY BOOK I COVERS Waterproof! 4 in oackaKO Tuck Cellophane TAPE Big 1000- inch roll, 'Dispenser. Reg. 29c. I7c 29(11 4'mlflMI N0wf Space-Maker BINDER Front cover ; < folds iindfir! .. R7 e Girls' 7-14 DRESSES Easy-care fabrics in plaids, stripes, colors. 366 ** i. Boys' SWEAT SHIRTS Fleece lined cotton knit. White, grey. S, M, L. Juvenile Boys' 4-8 QQf* White, black, blue. * * ** Little GIRLS' Popcorn Stitch PANTS White cotton, elastic waist, legs 4 to 12. 3*.'1.00 Western Style! BOYS' DUNGAREES Sanforized 10-otince blue denim. t> to .12. Rag. $1.98. MIX OR MATCH 1 «w«"^™" '^ ^ Boys' Sport SHIRTS Wash'n wear cottons, plaid, check, print, Solids. 6-16. Reg. $1.69. FOR '3.00 CIRCLE STITCHED BRAS / • Sanforized Cotton Fine detailing makes these bras a buy! 32-40 A, B, C. Scissors--Blunt style 19c, pointed.......23e Rubkleen Eraser-soft green rubber 17« Wood Rulers- choice of styles 10= School Compass -removable pencil 17<= Push-0-Push Ball Point Pen 9e Six Ball Point Pens in protector 47« Disney "Winkie Eye" Pencil Cases 39° White Paste, plastic tube. Reg. 25c l?c 24 Colored Pencils, free sharpener 49* Watercolor Paints, box of 8, brush 29= Clip Board-Choice of designs 59c Webster's School Dictionary., . 97« Shop Nowl Prices Slashed! • Plastic HOUSEWARES SAll ^ • Gay Colon • New Designs • Needod /ferns Brighten your kitchen with brand new house- wares at nearly half, price during this sale. REG. 79c to 98c ANY TWO FOR 99c We need room for New Fall Merchandise. We are making a final clearance of summer stock. Reductions from 50% to 75% Girls Playsuits • Swim Suits ' Shorts * Blouses ' Jamaicas and Jamaica Sets * Summer Slacks * Straw Hats and Purses ° Beach Towels Come in and look af some of fhese low fow prices.

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