Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 9, 1963 · Page 8
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 8

Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, September 9, 1963
Page 8
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ELCOME to Garden City's Ninth Annual... WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11-7:00 What is there about Fall that mokes eyes sparkle, spirits soar, hearts sing? Is it the tonic touch of tang in the air? The blaze of color on the country side? Or the whole bright promise of new things to do, wear and enjoy, as summer's doldrums give way to rtne surge and sweep of the brilliant new season? However you define it, the appeal of Fall is universal . , . and irresistible. You can get in step with its quickened tempo first and best in your Garden City stores. They've captured all the zest and color of the season in wide, wonderful displays of exciting new ideas for your wardrobe, your home, your whole new way of living . . . now that Fall is here! CLIP THIS LIST OF PARTICIPATING FIRMS WHO HAVE CONTEST WINDOWS! Wren Studio & Camera Shop Piland's Fritz Ben Franklin Storo Garnand Furniture Burtis Motor Co. Montgomery Ward & Co. Nu Style Shoe Store Family Bootcrio Tot N Teen Shop Oklahoma Tire & Supply Purncll's Fashions & Fabrics Palmer Jewelry Regan Jewelry Mesdike's Laughl'n Pharmacy Schulman Hardware Gift Nook Porter's Flowers The Vogue Shop C. R. Anthony Laughlin Electric J. C. Penney Co. Town Shop Collins Furniture Sweetbriar Shop The Squire Duckwall's Patterson Jewelry Norris Drug J. M. McDonald Co. F. W. Woolworth Co. Canard Studio Geier Electric Rogers Paint Products Mode O Day Coast to Coast Store • ft 9 by guessing the retail value of merchandise displayed in each participant's window! Guessing blanks will be available at each window . . . Join in the fun! CONCESSION STANDS! Join the crowd in Garden City, Wed., Sept. 11 — 7:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Retail Committee Garden City Chamber of Commerce

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