Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on December 3, 1977 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, December 3, 1977
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Elsewhere in America Garden City Telegram Saturday, Decembers, 1977 Page 5 C°ff ee Session: Where America 'Moves and Shakes 9 By JULES LOH AP Special Correspondent HARRISON, Ark. (AP) Washington has its cocktail parties, New York its three- martini lunches, but in small- town America it is at the morning coffee session that the moving and shaking is done. Across the land, doctors, lawyers and merchant chiefs leave their offices at an appointed hour, gather at an appointed place, listen to the latest gossip and the latest jokes, rehash the latest athletic events and business We arc a Professional Company looking for a Professional Person to offer an excellent Insurance sales and service career opportunity. -• For more information erf 316-275-7328. Garden CHy Office. deals and discuss the ones upcoming, and return to their daily toil reassured that stability still reigns in their town and, if not, at least they are in the know. "We're going to get a new principal soon," a teacher at the Harrison High School confided. "The selection will be influenced, if not actually made, at the back table at the Snack Shack." In Harrison, the appointed place is the Snack Shack —10 is the appointed hour. l)r. M 811 Main Tlmrs.- . 1). Mcrlrii* irarlic Of fire (timlrti (!il\ Hour- Sal. K:30-12 It is not the only coffee spot in town, of course. City and federal employees tend to gather at the Holiday Inn, retailers and advertising folk at the Calico Kitchen in the mall, another group at the Ramada, another at the bus station. But the oldest established permanent floating coffee group in Harrison, and the most prestigious, is the one at the Snack Shack. "We've been meeting every morning since the mid-'50s, since coffee was a nickle," said Jim Tilley, a banker. "Same people. The Snack Shack is the third place we've met. We've outlasted the first two, they're both long gone. "We're just old friends who like to visit and insult one an- other and tell tall tales. It's a social thing." Yes, but take a look at who the socializers are. Regulars include members of the school board, the local Civil Service Commission, the president of the Community College, the editor of the Two Nominated For Judgeship TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Two nominations to become Graham County District Court judge have been sent to Gov. Robert F. Bennett for his decision. The two are Shelby S. Soward, a 55-year-old attorney from Goodland, and Keith R. Willoughby, a 53-year-old lawyer from Colby. paper, the head of the Parks Commission, the executive vice president of the Chamber of Commerce, the mayor on occasion, the congressman when he's in town, the district attorney, the stock broker, the fire chief, and, if the high school team won its most recent game, the coach. "Power structure?" Bevan Dunlap laughed. "No, liars' club is more like it. "In fact," said Dunlap, who is the Chamber of Commerce executive and resident wit, "if PASTEL PORTRAITS FOR CHRISTMAS $15.00 By Appointment 275-5116 Dorothy Sullivan: Artist b.s. were music, this group would be the Norman Luboff Choir." They are, indeed, a relaxed group, and the Snack Shack is a relaxed place for any group to gather, or any choir. It is a block off the court- house square, a linoleum and formica haven presided over by Irene Starkey, who calls everybody honey. She charges 30 cents for coffee, refills free, as many as you want, and always has a fresh batch ready at 10. 15-DAY BIBLE LANDS TOURS FEBRUARY 13-27. 1978 Visit Israel, Ephesus, Corinth, Athens, Patra, Rome Local Guides, Escorted * 1,369 from New York Deadline, December 19 RAINBOW TOURS Lin Shnrnwe, 1501 Taylor Garden Chy 276-8153 The fun starts Monday December 5th Doors Open 10:00 a.m.-Come in and SAVE ON THESE DOOR BUSTERS Usod CAPTAINS BED Antique paw finish complete with new uialuau and boxatta. Rag. 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