Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 28, 1977 · Page 6
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Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, November 28, 1977
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Page 6 Garden City Telegram Monday. November 28, 1977 SociaUfe GARDEN CITY PIANO TEACHERS LEAGUE Ten members were present for the Nov. 8 meeting, with Mr. Roscoe Waldorf and Mrs. John Frazier hostesses. Two December recitals are .In Town and Country Need Christmas Recipes "Now, bring us some figgy pudding," as the Christmas song goes, only we don't know how to make it. Actually, we are looking for any type Christmas recipe to use in some special recipe features during December. If you have any holiday recipes lo contribute, please send them to Susan Alexander, Garden City Telegram, Garden City Kansas, 67846, by Dec. 7. All recipes will be used in I he newspaper unless there are duplications. Please mark your envelope "Holiday Recipes." planned; Dec. 4, the recital will be at Garden Valley Retirement Village and Dec. 11, there will be a special ensemble recital at the Robert Townsend home, 1606 N. 3rd. Mrs. Erol Klassen was moderator for the Program "Teaching Pieces." Mrs. James Bunney and Mrs. Ray Calihan Jr. played pieces they thought were successful leaching pieces. There is no December meeting and January hostess is Mrs. Bob Gilger, 802 Pat's Drive. SUNFLOWER EHU The group had its annual Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 16, With Mrs. Jerry Johnson and Mrs. Jesse Scott Sr. as hostesses. Mrs. Johnson also gave devotions. Elsie Branden was a guest and told about some special interest meetings for the year with topics like cake decorating, refinishing old trunks, and microwave cooking. Money was donated to the KEHC scholarship fund. There is a meeting from 1:30 lo 3 p.m. Dec. 2 at the 4-H Decoration Idea Show Set For Friday Chrisimas is just around Ihe corner and to help wilh ihose decoration dilemmas, there will be a Chrisimas decoration demonstration beginning at FRANK'S STEAMWAY CARPET ft UPHOLSTERY - GLEAMING Frank Musquiz Call 2764737 1:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, al i he Finney Counly 4-H Building. Connis Bretz, Lane County home economics agent, will demonstrale making wreaths, card holders, a Mr. and Mrs. Claus, and many other Christmas ideas. This demonstration is free and open lo Ihe public. Everyone is urged to attend and bring a friend. Sometimes when yo for a dream you hav. leave something behind Building to show ways to decorate the home for Christmas. SEQUOYAH EHU Mrs. R. R. Marmon and Mrs. Raymond Huffmaster. were hostesses for the Nov. 22 meeting. Fourteen members answered roll call with "Why I am thankful for the person on my left." Mrs. J. W. Sailer gave Ihe lesson on Thanksgiving. Mrs. Dale Edelblule reported on Ihe slate Homemaker Extension Conference. She said Sequoyah received a gold seal for excellence and are eligible for 25 year recognition. WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF REALTORS The monthly meeting of the Women's Council of Realtors was held Thursday, November 17, 1977, al Dart's Cafeleria for a noon luncheon. Bob Thompson, Finney Counly Assessor, was guest speaker. Taxes and the upcoming appraisal for Garden City were Ihe topics discussed. The December meeling will be installation of Ihe 1978 officers al Ihe home of Mrs. Gerry Roark. ALPHA TAU BETA SIGMA PHI Pledge Rituals and Ihe Ritual of Jewels were the program al the Nov. 21 meeling, wilh 19 presenl. Nan Hawver, Jacque Hill and Carolyn Henry were hostesses. Pledge rituals were laken by Doris Bryan, Linda Uehling, Theresa Rose; Rilual of Jewels by Helen Hicks, Linda DeRemus, and Mary Beth Spellman. Centerpieces were won by Mary Beth Spellman, Melva Barlow, and Ruth Meredith. Next meeling is a Christmas gift exchange Dec. 12. Progressive New Year's Eve dinner begins al 6 p.m. Dec. 31. GAY NITERS EHU Mrs. Earl Pearce and Mrs. James McLennan were hostesses for the Nov. 21 meeling, wilh 14 presenl. Roll call was "Something you are especially lhankful for." Mrs. Lee Selichnow gave devolions. Quenlin Hope talked lo Ihe group on community radio for southwesl Kansas. He said plans are underway lo license and conslrucl a slereo FM slalion which would be noncommercial lislener-spons- ored radio. ANN LANDERS This Genius Bored With Work MR. AND MRS. KENT HAMLIN (Mary Lee Walls) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walls of Ulysses announce the marriage of their daughter Mary Lee to Kent Hamlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hamlin of Garden City, on November 5 in the home of the bride. Attending the couple were Maria and Barbara Walls, sisters of the bride, and Jeff and Tim Hamlin, brothers of the groom. Honored guests were the bride's grand- moihers, Bernice Carter, Ulysses, and Ruth Walls, St. John, and the bridegroom's grandmothers, Jewel Artist Honored Scolt City artist Judy Kitch was honored recently in an Amarillo, Texas invitalional "Arls in Action" art show. She was selected as an award winning artist from a field of 150 ariists from Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas. Judy also was accepted into i he Kansas Watercolor Society and her painting "My Quiet Place" will hang in the new Wichita Art Museum Nov. 26. When she will attend a recepiion honoring new members, through Dec. 31. The public is invited to visil the museum and view the works of art. Some of Judy's work is hanging at Van Antwerp Drug and Lee's Card & Party in Scott Cily, now through Christmas. FABULOUS FUR SHOWING BY STEVENS FURS ONE-DAY-ONLY WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30TH 11:00 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SEE LOVELY CONTEMPORARY FINE FURS IN. . . •MINK & LEATHER •FOX & LEATHER •MUSKRAT & LEATHER •MULTI COLORED FURS •PERSIAN LAMB COATS •OPPOSSUM COATS •STROLLER-MIDI-BOOT LENGTH COATS •ALL LEATHER COATS »FUR HATS TERMS AVAILABLE RESTYLING: ALL FURS GUARANTEED AND SHOW COUNTRY OF ORIGIN. in CORNER OF MAIN & PULTON GARDEN CITY, KS. Helfrich, Syracuse, and Pauline Reed, Loveland, Colo. The newlyweds are al home in Garden City where bolh are employed. Calendar of Social Events MONDAY CULTURA STUDY CLUB-7::)U p.m.. Dart's Cafeteria. AMERICAN FIELD SEKVICE—7:30 p.m., GCHS Lecture Room. Kathy Birney will show slides nt her AKS trip to Brazil Tl'KSDAV WOMEN'S AGLOW BIBLE STUDY 10a m..B21 Wheatridgi'. Lullursl. SWEET ADELINES -- 7:15 p.m.. full chorus. Church ol God. East USIS6 and Mary. Kor information, call 276-:i925. Tlll'RSOAY SANDHILL AMATEUR RADIO CLUB - 7:30 p.m.. Pizza Hut, 2U9 E. Kansas. Bring the family. Officer election. RSVP Nov. 2H. to 276-3317. UMW EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 9:30 a.m. .Church library - Paid Adv. Garnand's Grains of Sand YULETIDE TRADITIONS Over Ihe years many traditions, customs, decorations, songs and stories. have become associated with the Christmas holiday season' in America. Some of these evenls in chronological order are as follows. 1492 + Col-j umbus' ship,! the Santa Maria, struck] a reef off the] coast of Haiti; and was abandoned on Christmas day. Timber from Ihe ship was used lo build a forlress lhal was named, La Navidad, the Nativily. 1613+Captain John Smith recorded how early Virginia setllers enjoyed a Chrisimas dinner of oyslers, fish, wild fowl and good bread. 19776+Washinglon and his troops crossed the Deleware river. 1821+The firsl record of a Christmas tree in America was mentioned in the diary of Matthew Zahm of Lancaster, Pennsylvia. 1822 + Clement Clarke Moore, a professor at the General Theological Seminary in New York, wrote "A Visit From St. Nicholas" lo read lo his children on Christmas Eve. The famous poem, became better known as "Twas the Nighl Before Chrisimas." 1882+Firsl Chrisimas Iree lighled by electricity was put in the New York home of Edward H.Johnson. 1923+Calvin Coolidge was the first Presidenl lo lighl a Chrisimas Iree al Ihe While House. 1942+Bing Crosby's record of "While Christmas" hit the million-seller list. Since then there have been more than 95 million copies of Ihe song sold. 1954+America's firsl color TV sel was available for Christmas shoppers at a suggested relail price of $1000.00. 1968+Apollo 8 aslronauls Borman, Lovell and Anders senl Ihe firsl Christmas Eve message from Ihe moon to Earth. DEAR ANN: Your reply to Jerry in Yonkers (who haled work) was interesting. A lot of people hate work and intelligence has nothing lo do with it. I am 26, have a genius IQ, gradualed college wilh honors and have a good bil of common sense. I slill hate work and live for Ihe day when I can find a way oul of this grind. I am bored lo dealh, even though I'm kept busy. I have many interests and talents which go ignored because I musl work. By the lime I gel home I'm exhausted and have no energy for Ihe Ihings I really wanl lo do. I'll bel people like you who say Ihey "love" Iheir work have no oulside inleresls or Ihey use work as an escape from unpleasanl home life. Personally, I Ihink "work- lovers" have done a super job of brainwashing. My parenls and Iheir parents before them worked hard and they can't sland Ihe thought of anyone getting away wilhoul working. Tell Jerry lhal, al 23, he should nol be conlrolled by whal his parenls Ihink. I've been Irying lo please mine for 26 years and no mailer whal I do, it's never enough. — STIFLED DEAR STIFLED: I know where you're coming from and the problem is you're in the wrong job. For a genius (with common sense yet) you're pretty thick-skulled not lo see il. You could also use some counseling. Your lelter reflects a negative, sour, unfulfilled approach to life and al 26, that's Ihe pils, Buddy. DEAR ANN: I'm a senior in high school and am now corresponding wilh a fellow who wenl East to an Ivy League college in September. He writes twice a week and I have to go look up words in the dictionary. (He never talked this way when he was home.) Lately he has started to use phrases like "a fait accompli," "joie de vivre" and "persona non grata." Should I tell him to cool it, lhal I am nol impressed wilh his foreign language? Or would il be beller if I looked up some Latin phrases on my own and gave him back a little of what he is giving me? — SIMPLE SALLY DEAR SAL: A Bryn Mawr college student had a similar problem a while back and here is how she handled it. She wrote What's pal in Lalin Or chic in Greek I always distinguish More clearly in English. * * * DEAR ANN: You told the woman who couldn't stand the filthy way her daughter-in-law kept house to look the : other way, put a clothespin oh her nose and keep her mouth shut. What if it's YOUR house the slob is living in? ; My son's wife works from 9 lo 5 and so do I. When I come home I have to clean up after her. She refuses lo lift a finger. Her husband sees it all but says nothing. My husband gets pretty hot about it but I've asked him to say nothing and keep the peace. 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