Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 31, 1963 · Page 8
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 8

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Mr. and. Mrs. R.C. Wilson frim Chase were Tliur.sda'y visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fry, 404 Outer. The Rey. and Mrs. Alvin Units- w and Jlf ughler, Dcbra, arrived Friday from Aurora, Colo. lie is the new Christian Church minister' hero. The R fi v. and Mrs. Howard West and daughters, Owenclli. Deborah and Lori Ann of \Vieh- i ita and Mr.s. West's mother Airs. j S.13. Handley of Wint'ield, visit-! ed Mr. West's parents, Mr. and ] Mrs. Frank G. West and broth-i or; Mr. and Mr.s. Dunne West i and son, Nathan, Monday and j Tuesday. Doborah r and Lori Ann j stayed for a longer visit with I their grandparents and returned | home Saturday. Page 8 <*ar<E<»n t'ity Te Saturday, August 31, 1963 Spending Labor Day weekend in Wichita will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank While, 620 N. Main. They will visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. L.M. Horn! and his mother, Mrs. Blanche White and other relatives. PREPARING for a biology half-life experiment is Made- tin Towne, Buffalo, N.Y. as her science instructor, Donna Sooby, watches in the science laboratory, Monticello College, Godfrey, III. Miss Sooby Receives Outstanding Awards Donna Sooby. science inslruc-i tor at Monlicello College, Cod-! l're.\. III., has recently received! two awards lo attend radiation j iiislilules, sponsored by the Na-j tmnal Science Foundation and | thi- Atomic Hncruy Commission, j Miss Soohy IN the daughter of i Mr and Mrs. (Icorge Sooby, Kl. i 1. and lias a bachelor's decree from McPherson College and master's de.uree from VVashin.'. 1 - ti'ii University. The NFS provides a $."> per \u ek stipend, tuition, fees, boo I; i and travel allowances for each participant in the institutes. The AFC provides all the necessary scientific equip-menl. tion biology and a special topics seminar. jtlier institutes in which she lias participated are a summer institute at KSTC at Fmporia, (H'57); an academic year institute at Washington University, St. Lou's, Mo. (1958-59); and a radiation biochemistry summer insti- t;ite at Texas Woman's University, Denton. Tex. (l!!(il). During the summer of ]9G2 she was em ployed by the AEC and TWU as participant instructor in the Ka dint ion Biochemistry Institiilt that summer, The first Institute was a six j v.eiik slimmer institute in Isotope.' , technology at (.lie Special Train- • ing Division, Oak Hidge, Tcnn. There \\ere 2\\ pai'ticipunts and they learned to '.ise various types of radiation detection equipment , and remote control handling of very "hot" solutions. The second institute is a 10 month academic year institute in ! radiation biology. II will be con- ! ducted at Cornell University, Ith- j aca, N.Y. during the 19(!3-G4 aca- i domic school year. The purpose | of the institute is to provide a core program of study that will give to college teachers of biology a broad understanding of physical concepts in application to modern aspects of biology wii'i emphasis on radiation biology. There will be 10 participants 1,1 this institute. They were sel •-.clod on the basis of profession- id eoiiir/i'teiieo and capacity for liriber development. Ihra.igh par- lici; ation in the instil ite. In this program, each participant will l'..ll(.-w an hi'lhidual program of suu'y. .Miss Sooby plans to take hi')' hemistry, calculus, compar- j»U\e physiology, applied radia- Miss Sooby Honored af Barbecue Donna Sooby was honored recently v.ith a steak barbecue by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C.eorge L. Sooby, 111. 1, at'their home. Miss Sooby who has been teacli-, ing science af the Monticello Ciirls School, St. Louis, Mo. will leave soon to attend an institute in Ila-! cliation Biology at Cornell University where she has received two awards. | Entertainment at the barbecue j was provided by Mrs. Robert Loper and Mrs. Dean Horabak- er. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladd and Dcbby, llay- i mond Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. Rieh- 1 ard Dms.sel and family, Mr. and i Mrs. Dean llorubakcr and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ftoyal Hornbaker, Mr. and Mr.s. Jim Loper and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Murphey, Mr. and Mr.s. Robert. Livp«r and famiiy, Mr. and Mrs. ! Marion Nordlyke and family and Mrs. Clyde Sneaks. No matter what your lc I lee as we're as close as your mailbox! Fall Woolens Just Arrived! Write for samples and prices! ...fashions s fabrics 320 N. Main Garden City. Ks. SUNDAY SPECIALS AT LB. MRS. WRIGHT'S FAMILY SIZE BAG CHIPS MONDAY ONLY. GOLD LABEL 12-oz. Bag RAINBOW OR BOND—HAMBURGER OR CONEY Package of 8 SAVE lOc Si

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