Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 1, 1964 · Page 4
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King and Queen Entry Wren Photo Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kinney are candidates for King and Queen of the Mardi Gras, annual festival sponsored by the Women's Division of Chamber of Commerce. The Kir.noys are both graduates of Garden City High School and junior college. They have a daughter, Michelle, three years. Mrs. Kinney is the daughter of Mr. and Mn. Crawford Blake, 618 N. 2nd, and Bill is the ion of Mr. and Mrs. George Kinney, 801 N. 6th. He is a partner in th* Kirmsy-Blake Glass Shop on E. Fulton. They are presently living at 910 Howerton. Pierceville News Groundhog Supper Set Tonight at Pierceville PIERCEVILLE — A groundhog (sausage) supper will be served tonight in Pierceville Grade School. Several mon butchered six hogs Tuesday afternoon at the Dale Liahtner farm in preparation for the supper tonight. C. E. Stubblcfield fell from a haystack Tuesday afternoon while working on tre Gerald Beach ranch south of Pierceville. He was taken to St. Catherine's Hospital by am'uilance. His back was sprained in the fall. Rodney Parr spoke at the Pierceville Federated Church Sunday night and showed slides of his last trip to Europe in which he did Christian work with oilier young people. Floyd Cronin wtnt to Hutchinson. Thursday, where he is to enter the hospital for an injury on his back. Mrs. Anna Bishop of Pratt has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mary Hat field for several days and also her sister, Mrs. Ira Davis and Mr. Davis, and her brother, Willard Walker and family. Mrs. Annu Button was in Scott City a few days last- week visit ing with liar daughter, Mrs. Bud Kansas Day Program Given by Acorn Club "Interesting Places in Kansas" was the discussion topic of the Acorn Club Monday afternoon at Jie home of Mrs. Ruth Ruckel, 805 N. 5th. Mrs. Sam Gish was leader for 'Famous Kansans." Mrs. J. H. Francis told of the first annual Kansan of the year award going to Senator Frank Cavlson, rehabilitation award given to John E. King, president of Emporia State College, for meritorious service to the physically handicapped. "Kansas born Amelia Earhart will be honored posthumously at Atchison on July 24 with a commemorative eight cent Air Mail stamp," stated Mrs. Francis. Mrs. A. M. Fleming gave a brief biography of the late Gar- den Citian, Judge William Easton Hutchison; who was appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court in 1927. He was listed in "Who's Who of America" and the Hutchison School was named for him. He was a partisan Republican, Presbyterian and Mason. Kansas pioneers and their "entertainment, the literary society, was discussed by Mrs. Fred Brown. Dr. Brewster Higley, Smith Center, wrote the poem which was later set to music as "Home on the Range." She re viewed the early life of President Eisenhower and concluded with a quiz of Kansas counties. •Mrs. Jim Sloan will be hostess at the Luau Inn for the meeting Monday afternoon. Pot* * fiitrdnn City Telegram Saturday, February 1, 1964 Our Greatest Export ASHLAND, Ky. (AP) — Ameri* ca's greatest export is its teachers, says Kentucky author-educat or Jesse Stuart. "Our contribution to other lands should be to save the rest of the world from sarving and teach them to help themselves." Pointing to the value of American export of youth, the mountain born educator said, "Our high school students would make good teachers in foreign lands." Stuart recently completed a world-wide speaking tour. Let «• lt»« t»» !'••» thai Metal fca«41e«»— 3al*lr. •cUBtilicclly. Ptntantnllw — k* *ur EnM H* Ph. fSl A.M. Fleet* ClNMrrM, K*. Brown, and Mr. Brown. Geary Beach Douglas McGraw and Saundra McGchee have been home for the midterm vacation from Kansas State College, Manhattan. Jcn£ronin, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cronin, has enrolled at Fort Hays State College for the second semester. Mrs. Ira- Davis is in Montezuma with her daughter, Mrs. Mclvin Koehn and family, to take care of the children as they are ill. Mr. and Mrs. Myles McGehee, Saundra and Norla were in Texas over the weekend to attend the wedding of Mr. McGehee's nephew. Mrs" Anna Freer, Tulsa, Okla., sister of Mrs. L. W. Stephens and Mrs. Okla Greeustreet, died Monday after a long illness. Mrs. Greenstreet returned home Wednesday night after having been with her sister the past month. An egg nog is an excellent pick-up and if you have an electric blender you can make the beverage easily. For an orange nog, blend an egg with a half cup of orange juice and a dash of salt. OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER In Garden City Is BR 6-7471 DAVIS VAN 6 STORAGE COMPANY SUNDAY SPECIALS AT SAFEWAY WINESAP OR DELICIOUS APPLES 4 Ib. •09 LUCERNE ICE MILK Go). CM. LUNCH BOX POTATO CHIPS Family SiM GARDEN SIDE TOMATOES CHUNK BOLOGNA u.

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