Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 8, 1964 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

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Mrs: Higgiris Heads Belles of St. Catherine Mrs. M. M.. Higgins is president of the Belles of St. Catherine for the ensuing year. Mrs. Don Tallcy is next vice- president, and Mrs. Bill Bro\vn, secretary and treasurer. Board members include Mmcs Warren Licrle, M. M. Etrick, Dale Saffols, Jarvis Bruchy, Mildred Hcnsclman, Charles Me Cart, Leon Ramsey, J. Merion Kadyk, Max Miller and past president Mrs. Maynard Knief. Calendar of Social E vents BATI1KUAT SQUARE DANCE — 7:30 p.m. MST Vcti-roiis Memorial Building, Lakin. Ctillwr. Mel Taylor. WaKoen- cy. Sponnorcd by Lixkin Square Dancu Club. MINIIAt IIDU MEMBERS — 1 p.m. 4-II Bulletin*:. Dlncuns plan* for national convention In Hawaii in October, HlBo toin-H to World's Fair in N«w York City In April. MONDAY BEAUCEANT — 7:30 p.m. Masonic Temple. Practice. MIGRANT MINISTRY — 1:30 p.m. planning cession. MethodInt Church library. All interested church mem- bere and ministers expected. KSTRAL1TA — 2 p.m. Mm. Orle Dunn. 2007 Nl 7th. GAMMA MU of Kpsllon Stem* Alpha — 8 p.m. Mra. Emma Lean LtiGwsc, 706 N. 7th. MONDAY CLUB — 2 p.m. Mrs. Oeneral fwrpese of the Belles are to promote good public relations for the hospital, to assist he hospital in fulfillling its aims and purposes, to give financial aid to the hospital through pro- ccts and to let members share n the hospital humanitarian work. Dues and club memberships are a mam source of income for Belles projects. Former members and clubs as well as new mem- x>rs may send dues to Box 817, St. Catherine Hospital AMwy toys Chtlr will give a concert in Hope Auditorium, April 4, and is sponsored by the Belles as a money-making project. The past year the Belles were instrumental in financing an anaesthetic machine, giving nursing scholarships to interested students and making puppets for children patients. Plans for the coming year in elude the organization of a Candy-stripers group for volun tcer work by high school girls to do needed servkes at the hoe pitaL — WOMEN — 6:30 p.m. Luau Inn. Mrs. J. Merlon Kndyk in charco of program. Nnlild Sohrabt to apeak. UNITED PKESBYTEUIAN WO- Ml'JN'S Executive meeting — 9:15 a.:n. Stella Stewart Room. ALPHA TAU of Beta Sigma Pill — 8 p.m. Mrs. Thayne Nichols, 1310 BKACON LIGHT HDU — 1 p.m. Mrs. R. B. Jameson, Rt. 1. PRISC1LLA CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. B. M. AnRell, 1003 Lyle. RKBEKAH LODGE — 7:30 p.m. Odd Fellow Hall. Initiation. GOLDEN VALLEY HDU — 1:30 N. Main. Bring Valentine gift for p jf\. °Mrs. John Throckmorton, 2402 TLlYTA BROWN P-TA — 7:30 p.m. Auditorium. Joe Tertneosen to speak on vocational education. SUNFLOWER HDU — 7:30 p.m. Winners KK\ losers party. "o» t(1 « s( . Mm Waller Ilutobai-d at 1007 N. 7th. WKUNKSHAV RAINBOW GIRLS — 7 p.m. Mason- 1C TO C DA P y°S M B 0-T& CLUB - 7:30 p.m. Sweetheart party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pierce. 303 K. Campbell. _ ,_ GIRL SCOUT Neighborhood V — 8 p.m. Girl Scout Little House, 108 W. "BUSINESS AND professional w men — 6:30 p.m. Luau Inn. Coll Wanda Gorckcn, BR 6-3076. C/rer I 9 A ame Boy* Need Neat Clothes for Hunting Jobs LONDON (AP) — When your son sets out to find his first job, buy him a Job-hunting suit. Who says so? Britain's Federation of Clothing Manufactures. In a statement the federation explained: "It is a matter of some puzzlement that parents who know the psychological fillip of putting on their best clothes, should carelessly expect their MM to meet the first challenge of adult life handicapped by the lack of a decent suit." The federation said it doesn't mean the young man should resemble a dandy. "But equally, there is no need to send him off looking like a human scarecrow — which unfortunately some parents do, with appalling indifference," said the statement. The statement said employment managers don't like applicants in baggy trousers, patched elbows and unpolished shoes. p. ertona Mr. and Mrs. trmel Blair, Glenwood, Minn, and Miss Jean Elsey, Rochester, Minn., have been recent houscguests of Mr. and Mrs. £. L. Elsey, 30? E. Cedat Mr. Blair is a nephew of Mr. Elsey and Jean is a sister. Enroute home from California .they were snowbound in New Mexico. Returning recently from a three months visit in California is Mrs. W. E. Jones, 80S N. 6th. At Los Altos she visited her daughter Mrs. R. F. (Sarah Ann) Yerkes, Neanna and Robin. In South Pasadena she was a guest Freda M. Annan. yesterday afternoon by plane for Denver was Wanda Walker, daughter of Mrs. Cheryl Walker, Ml N. 13th. While there for orthodontal work she will be a guest of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman III and son, Jerry. ••mile Zem Oato, Syracuse, pledged Alpha Delta Pi social sorority at the University of Kansas recently. As she is a freshman there she will remain in the residence hall until fall. m 0 t Freshman and upper class women were both pledged during the formal spring rush.- In lewa last weekend wen Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brookover, 1117 Gillespie. who went to attend the graduation af Robert M. Cook, who received his bachelor of art degree in speech from the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Cook was also on the dean't honor roll. Mrs. Cook is the former Jane Brookover. Sandra Brookover flew from Chicago for the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. George Deslongchamp, and family, 80S Bancroft are on Denver, Colo., to attend the funeral of Fabian Deslongchamp, father of George. When the term "Hour" is used alone in a recipe, it usually refers to all-purpose flour. , A bunch of white turnips should yield two cups of the diced vegcgables after cooking. Wondering what to serve for lunch? Hard-cook some eggs and halve or slice; serve on toast with a cheese sauce and garnish with slices pimiento-stuffed olives. Better Food For Less FOOD STORES SUNDAY SPECIALS IT PAYS TO SHOP IDEAL ON SUNDAYS CHECK THESE VALUES NOWI "TAS-T-BAK" Ddkiotn Cherry OVEN-WESH •AKERY TREATS Family Sii* Tas-T-lok Glazed Donuts Dei. German Chocolate Cup Cokes 6 -59- JULIA DENIS! is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Lee A Day, Holcomb, for their daugh ter born Jan. 12. , KEVIN MICHAEL was select ed by Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Smith, 2401 N. Main, as the name for their son born Jan. 9. JULIE ANN is the name picked by Mr. and Mrs. Don Rcnlck, Ingalls, for their daughter. Her birthday is Jan. 14. RUDY V AlENZUELA f-'kotoyrapke BR 6-4947 S12 Taylor CM* IT Ch«ese Pood COUNTRY KITCHEN M Swiss Steak DELICATESSEN Potatoes WHh MoVthmoHow—N»H Cranberry Salad Pint 2-lb. Loaf KRAFT VELVEETA

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