Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 7, 1964 · Page 4
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 4

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, February 7, 1964
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Trinity Lutheran Circles See Film Trinity Lutheran Women's Missionary League Evening Circle met Tuesday in Trinity Hall. Twenty members were present. Mrs. Darei Traugott had the opening devotions, entitled "Our Book the Bible," assisted by four members. Mrs. Hal Hudson wnnl block Notional FHA Candidate JANA ALEXANDER, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John Dopler, 702 N. 5th, was selected Saturday at the district moating of the Future Homemakers of America to be a candidate from the Central FHA Region for National Vice-president. Final state competition will be March 14 at the state meeting in Topeka. Colleges Could Be Used All Year With Changes Returning Sunday from Kansas City were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ramirez, Rt. 1 an:l Lucille Castro who were there to see Mary Lucille Castro off on a plane to Europe where she will ski with the Kansas City Ski Club in various points of interest during the month off February, namely at Zurich, Switzerland; Salzburg, and Munich, Germany; Vienna, Austria and will attend'the Winter Olympics at Innsbruck, Austria. She planes to see Diana Snell and Marie Wacker both from Garden City who are art students in Europe this winter. Leaving yerterday for Wichita wore Mrs. Clarence 0. Gercken, 207 E. Kansas, and her son-in- law, Hal Hudson, 706 N. 5th. Hudson will attend the Air Capital Management Conference at Hotel Lassen as representative from the Western Kansas Manufacturing Inc. Mrs. Grecken will visit her sisters, Mrs. Fred Ludke and Mrs. Chet Milcr and her brother the Rev. S. G. Widiger and their families. Mr. and Mrs. PeUr Kadyk, re ently from Castle, Germany, re with his parents, the Rov. ml Mrs. J. Mcrion Kadyk, 1011 . 6th. "College Can Operate All Year" Was the Monday Cub paper read by Mrs. William G. Witt at the home of Mrs. T. B. Harmon, 910 Lyle. "The nin,8-month school of two semesters had its origin in an agrarian society in which students were needed for farm work during the summer," stated Mrs. Witt as she read the article written by Mrs. W. F. Stoeckly. t l ame I RANDALL LEE was chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Royce H. Chapman, Healy, as the name for their •on born Jan 13. PHILLIP WAYNE is the name selected by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trotman, 510 Inge, for their son. Date of his birth is Jan. 11. CHRISTINE GAY is picked by Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Saunders, 210 Davis, as the name of their daughter whose birthday is Jan. BRADLEY RAYMOND is chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Dew, Ulysses, as the name for their son who was born Jan. 12. MARVIN RAY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Lee Ball, Rt. 1, was born Jan. 12. Many colleges stfll close their doors and allow their buildings, laboratories and libraries to stand unused from June to September," she explained. ' Facilities may be utilized 12 months of the year with a trimester plan with three termns each of 14-15 weeks or the 3-3 plan whereby the students enroll in three courses hi of each of three terms." "Frte-lance writing," as told by Mrs. R. E. Bobb, "is more than a profession, it is a test of nerves, where the author must live and work as though on Lhe edge of a precipice." "Ernest Haveman is king of the free-lance writers," commented Mrs. Cobb. "He says thflt editor" are anxious to find writers who can produce material they need in the style they can us.e." S|)'.cial.pnests were Mrs. B. R Austin, McPhersoh and Mrs. I'Klcr Kadyk. Nineteen members were present. Hostess for the Feb. 10 meeting will be Mrs. Tom Meschke, 914 Marriage Told Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fisher of Friend announce the recent mar riage of their daughter Nancy Lee Fisher to Melvyn M. Sper ry, son of B. A. Sperry, Rt. Garden City, and Mrs. Eva Sper ry, Portland, Ore. The couple was married in Clayton, N. M. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the friends].film, and neighbors for their kindness and thoughtfulncss and also for served as pianist. Mr*. BHlie Boles presided during the meeting. It was reported that $30 was sent to the student Center at St. John's College, Winfield. Returns from the cook book* were $310. Birthdays for the month of February were; Mrs. Marvin Flenen, Mrs. Charles Meinert, Mrs. Phil Sroufe, Mrs. Forrest Simpson and Mrs. Merrill Sauvain. The birthday song was sung for them. The educational feature was * film, "How the Bible spread across Europe." New members were Mrs. Frank At wood and Mrs. George Kendall. Guest was Mrs. Larry Derryberry. Mrs. C. O. Oercken and Mrs. Elmer Ochs served refreshments. Afternotn Circle met Wednesday with 19 members present. Mrs. Henry Geisaklftg gave devotions entitled "Our Book the Bible" and four members assisted. Mrs. Irwin Algrim presided during the meeting. Boxes were sent to the Philippines, consisting of Sunday School materials and church periodicals. Thirteen dollars was sent to the Bethesda Home for mentally and physically handicapped at Watertown, Wis. A letter was read from Lamed institution after an inquiry had been made of some articles they may need. The suggestions were good clothing, bright rags to make Into rugs, crochet needles, thread, pictures, rec- cords, sports equipment, magazines, felt hats and many other items. The circle will gather these items and take them to Lamed. Mrs. John Schweer was birthday honoree. Closing devotions were a poem "My Bible and I" with reference to John 3:31, 33 and Psalm 119. Mrs. Irwin Algrim and Mrs. Edna Nelsen served refreshments. The educational feature was a "How the Bible spread across Europe." Kansas District Lutheran Con- Renovate Tired Shoes Learnlnq to cover shoei to match &t harmoniM wJHl «n outfit «r» m«mb«rt of fhs 5th hour junior homemaking class at the Garden City High School under the iupervi- »ion of instructor Mrs. Gerald Van Vleet. Fabric* ui«d m«y b* wool«ni, lutd* cloth, brocade, faille, satins, cotton or imported fabric*. Hom«m*k!no clasm also cov»r courssi in nutrition, interior decorating, home management, budgeting and ipendinq, h.Alth and child development. From left to right are SJiarry Billing, Martha Ortit, Del- health and child development. From left to right ores Herbert, Susan Pore and Jane Warner. he beautiful flowers, during our sadness in the losing of our loved one. Mrs. E. B. Kreie, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Herrell and family. ["he Kreie Relatives. —7pd vcntion will be May 7-8 in Dodge City. Mrs. G. 0. Gercken who Is on the planning committee reported on the progress being made. Kalvesto Newi Sublette Man Weds In Nevada Nelda Gay Christianson and Donald V. Holmes, Sublette, pledged wedding vows recently at the "Little Wedding Chapel Around the Corner" in Las Vegas, Nev. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Holmes, Swblette He attended grade school in Haskell County, Garden City High School and Garden City Junior College. He served two years and three months in the U. S. Army. He is employed with the Hanson Pump and Machine Works. Mrs. Holmes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Vinson, Yuma, Ariz. She attended school in Arkansas and Arizona and is employed in the marketing department of Mountain States Telephone Co. They are now at home at GOG1 W. Osborn lid., Phoenix, Ariz. Calendar of Social Events Your Problems — tv Ann Landers — Rufus Woods to Head Square Dance Callers KALVESTA — Rufus Woods , .Tr., was elected president of the Southwest Square Dance Callers Assn., Sunday, at the area meeting in Dodge City. Mrs. Woods accompanied him to the meeting which preceded a pot-luck supper. The Don pumlers and the Roy Ferckings were Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Helen Dumler In Cimarron. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell and Larry spent Sunday in Liberal with his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holt. Participating in the Finney County 4-H Club Day at Garden City were members of the Pawnee Indians — Uonnie Phlpps, Jerry Brown, Pete Warmer, Joe Bsery, Mary and Teresa Dan iels, Ruby Jo Woods, Cathy Bald win, Debbie Nash, Ann Hastings, •Ulioii of 7•Mfitt n km leiratd to plijr ti •... PIAHO More Kim ball piano* »n u*»d in more music school* end MU» catipnal institution* than any other make. A Kimball't «*§y- plav-touch and thrillinj tonal quality make practicing inter- Mtinf fun—flncouraya the §tu- (buff continuing inUrtet. C < HINT A WANP NfW orner MY GRANDMOTHER'S FAVORITE FLAKY PIECRUST (enough for two 2-crust pies) 3 eupi lifted flour M cupt lard (or IVj eupt fluHy »hortenm9) I beaten egg 5Vj tableo.'Mon* cold watoi 1 toatpoon wit 1 teaspoon vinegar Mix and flour and lard with blender or fork. Combine beaten egg water, salt and vinegar. Pour ' ver flour mixture. Toss lightly with fork. Shape with hands into four balls, two slightly larger than the others. Roll out the larger ones on a floured board for the bottom pie- crusts. Place in piepans. Roll out the other balls for the top crusts. Use the trimmings around the edge of pans and sprinkle with sugar, and cinnamon for little tarts or make small balls of the dough and press jelly in the center with a spoon for jelly tarts. * SUSAN DOLL Ingalls (Send vow «»vorlfe rtcto to Hie Co*k't Corner. Each recipe which U pu'' ( l»h»d will tarn a $1 priu for the contributor. tocipM will be iudgtd on the bail* of reader tntar«»t cr originality. They may bo taken from » cook bock or maoenne. but the tourco be pi von ond «r ''Id not be e current ittuo.) 'ftggy Erskle, Jan Beery, Marie and Judy Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Emanual Doll and family recently moved into heir new home. Curtis Clark is home from St. Catherine Hospital where he spent a few days after a head njury whiph occured at school, Sunday evening guests of the arland Phipps were Mr. and Mrs. Buft. Beery and family and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Ouler. Archie, Charlotte and Sharon uuthrie, Garden City, visited over the weekend with their uncle ami aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schlagel, while their parents were in Chicago. Spending the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Fowler, were Mr. and Mrs. Don Fowler and family of Delphos. Weekend guests of the Marvin Holdens were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rohlmcier and Karen of Ly ons. In Bentonville, Ark., over the weekend as guests of the Hugh Hills were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Woods and Dnrlene. While there they purchased four milk cows. Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin LilUbridge, were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kittle. TYRIAN LODOH No. 216 — 7:30 p.m. Masonic Temple. Work In 2nd degree. SATI!R1)AV DELTA KAPPA GAMMA — 12 noon. Luncheon at Warren Hotel. Call Bertha Yoxall BH 6-5754. SQUARE DANCE - 7:30 p.m. MST Veterans Memorial Building, Lakln. Csrtlnr, Mel Taylor, WaKeeney. SjHmsbred Iiy Lakin Square Dancu Club. SUNDAY HDlf MEMBERS — t p ra. 4-H Building. Discuss plan* fur national convention In Hawaii in October, also tours to World's Fair in New York City In April. MONDAY BEAUCEANT — 7::10 p.m. Masonic Temple. Practice. MIGRANT MINISTRY — l:.'tO p.m. planning session. Methodist Churcn library. All Interested church inern- H'.rs and ministers expected. ESTKALITA — 2 p.m. Mrs. Orle Dunn. 2007 N. 7th. GAMMA Mil of Epsllon Sigma Alpha — 8 p.m. Mrs. Emma Leah - aGftsse. 706 N. 71 li. MONDAY CLUB — 2 p.m. Mrs. Tom Meschkn, 9H Lyle. AMERICAN ASSN. UNIVERSITY WOMEN — 6:30 p.m. Luau Inn. Mrs. J. Merlon Kndyk in charge of program. Nahld Sohrabi to apeak. TIIKSUAT BEACON LIGHT JIDU — 3 p.m. Mrs. K. E. Jameson. Rt. 1. PRISC1LLA CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mis. E. M. Angel). 1003 Lyle. RBBEKAH LODC.E — 7:30 p.m. Odd Fellow Hall. Initiation. GOLDEN VALLEY HDU — 1:,'{0 N. Main. Bring Valentine gift for p. in. Mrs. John Throckmorton, 2402 ALTA BROWN P-TA — 7:30 p.m. Auditorium. Joe Ti-nnessen to speak on vocational education. SUNFLOWER HDU — 7:liO p.m. Winners and losers party. Hostess Mrs. Walter Hubbard at 1007 N. 7th. DEAR ANN LANDERS: There is this girl who works in our office and her desk is directly behind mine. I will call her Doris because she thinks she is Doris Day. She sings from 9 till 5 and my only relief from her is during lunch hour. I understand she sings during lunch hour, too, so I go across the street and cat in the drugstore. The funny thing about Doris is, she can remember all the lyrics to every song since "Back In Your Own Backyard" but «he can't remember that special delivery stamps went up to 30 cents a year ago. 1 am fed up to here listening to that canary. Telling her to pipe down does not help. I have tried. What can you suggeit? — DRIVEN TO THE BRINK Dear Driven: I suggest you learn a few lyrics youself and sing along with Doris. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please don't think I am a crazy, vain mother who wants her children to win beauty contests. This is not the case. I am writing about a problem which has been batted back and forth in our family for three years. Our son is now 10 years old. He is a fine looking little chap but his ears stick out at right angles. He has been teased about his ears ever since he started school. The other night the little fellow asked me, pah etically, if I thought it would help if he slept with his ears taped back with adhesive. I have heard that this problem can be fixed with surgery. My husband is against it. He says i is nonsense and not worth thi money or the risk. D» you knov anything about the operation? What would your advice be? — NEEDING AN ANSWER DEAR ANN LANDERS: The letter from NOT-SO-GOLDEN- YEARS prompted me to write this letter. She was the woman who complained that her husband now retired has nothing to do ut get in her way, and that she as dropped from her bridge lub because her husband stood ehind the players and kibitzed. Let me say this: If the old eezer has reached retirement ge and hasn't found himself , hobby he should have his head xamlned. Four years ago I was kicked nit of my job and I landed on he sidewalk — right on my pen- ion. I've never bsen so happy In my life. I wish the week ould be extended to eight days )f 36 hours each. There isn't ime to do all the things I have to lo and wnat to do. And, as for Mrs. NOT-SO-GOLDEN-YEARS, if she has spent 20 years of her life with nothing more to do than pitch the paste- >oards over a bridge table, she ihould have her head examined, oo. Maybe she and her husband can now get together, reevaluate heir lives, and strive for some- hing meaningful. — UNCLE DOC Dear Doc* Bravo! Cheers! Take a lesson, oldsters. * * • * Confidential to Silver Spoon: Sounds more like a rusty knife Lo me. What you seem to think is "selectivity" is really nothing but snobbisjiness. Phooey to such thinking, my dear. Ann Landers' frank and informative new book, "Teen-Agers and Sex", is now available at your book store. Ann Landm will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of the Garden City Telegram, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. RAINBOW GIRLS — 7 p.m. Masonic Temple. Balloting. TODAYS MOTHERS CLUB — 7:30 p m. Sweetheart party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pierce, 303 E. Campbell. Migrant Mission School Plans to Include Clinic Dear NMdfng; See your doc ure, the risks and the cost, tor. He yill expain the procec do hope the doctor will persuad your husband to change his mind Your son is obviously self-conscious and unhappy about hi» ears and this could have a per mancntly damaging effect on his personality. Garden City friday. Pebruary 7. t f*4 275 Attend . Junior High Dance Party More than 275 eighth and ninth graders attended the Wednesday light Valentine dance given in!he civic center with music by the Counts. The junior high triple trio, Sharps and Plats, presented several numbers. Classical music as played by a flute trio — Meredith Masoner. Mary Ann Farman and Pam Wentworth accompanied by Kalhy Lindner. Janlet Partln gave a pantomime to a recording and Walter Rundell presented banjo numbers. Adults who assisted as chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mahan, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gimple, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. t". S. Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. John Mangan, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Rinloul and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stallsworth from the Optimist Club. Soft drinks were provided by the local bottling company. Married in New Mexico Ceremony Mrs. Mary Shapland, 622 N. llth, announces the marriage of her daughter, Lucy, to Richard Reed, on Feb. 1 in Clayton, N.M. at the First Baptist Church. Nuptial vows were officiated by the Rev. J. E. Stringer. They are both employed locally and are at home at the El Rancho Trailer Court. -Whether buying or selling, use ••"••am Want Adi! DO YOU WANT SOFT WATER? Saltfr-IUiltd*—Soil JOHN TATRO M NOW SHOWING! I ACADEMY AWARD WINNER OF ARYBIA CAW sunn i+njuti'jon 10- CURTAIN TIME! Bexeffiee Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:40 Feature Starts 8:00 One Complete Performance MATINEE SATURDAY — 2:00 Adm. 35e and 90e A Fun-Filled Answer To a New Way To Shop .. . JOH HKSME? JUSUOBf MWS STARTS SUNDAYI FQR ONLY $B /Ml *•• Bribery 9tUV February Special Wrilt «r Call CtttMt Brier-Hale Music 414 N. Kw.. jJJJ} 4 * 14 ' GROUNDHOG SUPPER PEymell Community MONDAY, FIR. 10th 5:00 p.m. Adult* IMS Mil Plans for this years Migrant Mission School were discussed Tuesday afternoon at the home of live Rev. and Mrs. Paul Hantla, sos N. 6th. Tentative plans are to begin a ix-wock school on June 1 instead if the previous four week ses- ' ion. This will include a child care center for children of school age. In the planning stage is a clinic with medical and dental care for dull migrant workers and their This will be staffed ocally. "Htlp given to migrant workers and their children wa,s great- y appveciated by them," commented Mrs. Grace Bribiesca, who served as director last summer. Herb Honn from the Kansas State Department of Health will be here Monday to make arrangements for office space and to work with the migrant ministry group. Vi Another meeting wjll be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the First Methodist Church library. All ministers and interested church members are to attend. Many volunteer workers will be needed. For information call Mrs. Paul Hantla, who is serving as temporary chairman. Itcol or long MOVING c<* w *w DAVIS Vw t lNn«t Odd Fellow and RtMrah PANCAKI 6 SAUSAGE SUPPER Odd Fallow Hall oi», . I. Wri* 4:IW:M t*. e -aram by Three fine articles on water and water softeners have just been published: in Good Housekeeping (January), Better Homes and Gardens (February), and House Beautiful (February). House Beautiful points out that our water assets are short of what we need, ang the short' age will become worse at our population grows. So — we use water over and over — and it* quality declines. "We awe a debt of gratitude to detergents", the article points out. "If they hadn't foamed up, disrupting plumbing and putting a head on drinking water, we would never have had such dramatic notice that our water was pulluted, that we were drinking water in which fish couldn't survive. Soon todays detergents will have been replaced with new "soft detergents" which \yill decompose after use, and we will no longer have this frothy reminder of contamination." Thai's what we've been talking about here at CulUgan! We are the first and only company to present a complete line of washing and cleaning products which will not pollute our water supplies. Look at these ~. remember them — and use them M P ~-~m (fVM/.^ IW.M.MJ.flM k-'-ifj^ L»uudry So»p Liquid Shampoo Beauty Bar Soap Laundry Freshnw Dlah Washing Compound (For Automatic*) .111- Fur|>og« Cleaner

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