Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 11, 1964 · Page 2
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Juco Coeds Model New Femme Fatale Leap Year Hair Styles Your Problems bv Ann Lander* — Line'and d«stgn of thti "ruffles coiffure" which complements the nature! silhouette was styled for Carole Pfeifar by Myre Striekert. Carole, a Juco itudent is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Pfsifer, 1004 Summit. This is a new trend-setting design which is more feminine and will •enhance the MW soft dressmaker suits, chiffon with rufflet and black laces for evening. "New Leap Year Hair trends are more feminine, romantic and imaginative," stated Nelva Eastman who styled this "imp coiffure" for Joyce Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson, 1606 N. 6th. Back and side view shows the new trend coordinating softness in hair styles with feminine fashions. Miss Thompson is a student at Garden City Junior College. ! Photos toy lUidv Valcnzucla DEAR ANN LANDERS: rm a career girl in my late 30's. My brother is 46 and unmarried also. He has his own apartment and I have mine. Several weeks ago we were talking about the lonely lives we both lead. I realized for the first time that he's as miserable as I am. It occurred to us that if we pooled our resources and got a large apartment in one of the newer buildings we could live together for less than we are spending now, and enjoy each other's company. When I told friends that my apartment would soon be available because my brother and I plan to lake a place together, the eyebrows shot up and the jaws dropped. One person said it sounds immoral and that I should prepare myself for some vicious gossip. ' We think you are level-headed. What is your opinion? — S.O.S. feet 3 ritv Telegram Tuesdoy. February 11.1»M months pregnant. The man is a married student, 22. His wife is working to put im through school. He says she is a wonderful person but plain. He lost interest in her when he met me. She knows something is going on but she doesn't know what —«or who. My parents live in a distant city and would die if they knew. Should I go to a home for unwed mothers and get this over with quietly or get the man to marry me? I know he will if I turn on the heat. — BRAINY BUT NOT SMART Dear Not Smart: Leave the heat alone. It sounds as if you've turned it on too good already. Go to a home for unwed mothers and "get it over with quiet- World Day of Prayer Services Set Friday World Day of Prayer will be observed throughout the world on Friday. Groups in 150 areas on six continents will be meeting throughout the 24 hours somewhere bound together hi prayer. In Garden City the United Church Women are sponsoring a prayer session at the First Baptist Church, llth and Jones, at 2 p.m. on Friday. "Let us Pray" is the theme for the service with the Rev: Henry Eden Wright of St. Thomas Episcopal Church as speaker. Jim Richardson of the First Baptist Church will be soloist. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chamness, 1501 N. Main, are Mrs. Gardner Chamness, Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Ruth Chamness, Richfield. They arrived Sunday for a visit here before Mrs. Gardner Chamness leaves this spring for Germany where she will join her husband who is serving in the Armed Forces there. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Reynolds. Joplin, Mo. announce the birth of a son, Charles Ronnie, born Jan. 28. His weight was eight pounds, ten ounces. Mrs. Reynolds is the former Verla Spilman, a graduate of Garden City High School. She is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Kauffman, 707 N. 5th. Mrs. Kaufman returned from Joplin Saturday morning. NOW SHOWING Twelve Christian Colleges for women in Asia and Africa are sustained by money gifts received as an essential part of the World Day of Prayer observance. These gifts also make possible the translation, printing and distribution of Christian literature to women and children in many parts of the world. Money also lends assistance to Indian-Americans, migrant ministry, day care centers, recreation centers and programs of assistance tq responsible citizens. More than 60,000 foreign students coming to this country from all over the world will be extended hospitality through finances from the World Day of Prayer. They are given the opportunity to know America better through home life as part of an American family. This year in an effort to broaden the program among college and university students, a special gift will be sent overseas to help strengthen Christian work there. World Day of Prayer has con tinued since that first group of woman met 78 years ago offering their prayers and money gifts for missions. All persons are welcome to attend this service. A special service for children or others will be at 4:15 p.m. Duplicate Club Lists Winners Last night in the Pine Room of the Warren Hotel eight tables of bridge played the Mitchell system under the sponsorship of the Garden City Duplicate Bridge Club. North - South winners were Bob McKain and Al Towles. Dr. and Mrs. John Turner were in second place. Running third were Bob Collins and Bill Crotinger. East-west high scores were received by Mr. and Mrs. Vern Holmes. Placing second were Mrs. J.B. Whitsoa) and E.R. Patton, Scott City. In third placti were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Beymer, Lakin. Calendar of Social Events TUESDAY RBBEKAH LODGE — 7:30 p.m. Odd Fellow Hall. Initiation. ALTA BROWN P-TA — 7:30 p.m. Auditorium, Joe TemiMsi-n to speak vocational education. SUNFLOWER HDU — 7:30 p.m. Winners and losers party. Hostess Mm. Walter Hubbard at 1007 N. 7th. WKUNKSUAV RAINBOW GIRLS — 7 p.m. Mason- c Temple. Balloting. TODAYS MOTHERS fl.UB — 7:30 p.m. Sweetheart party nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pierce, 303 E. Campbell. GIRL SCOUT Neighborhood V — 8 p.m. Girl Scout Little House, 108 W. "lackberry. BUSINESS AND Professional Women — 6:30 p.m. LUIUI Inn. Call Wanda Gercken, BR 6-3075. ESSEX HDU — 2 p.m. Mrs. Harold Long, 911 Center. Tonight's Future Starts 7:30 — 1:20 ONI PERFORMANCE WEDNESPAY Show Starts 7:30 Ftatur* 1:00 Special Spanish LfNtajuage Attraction 10:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY 10:00 P.M. SPECIAL SPANISH LANGUAGE ATTRACTION STAITS THUISDAYI IUHNICUIUH HCHNIHAMA 111 K( I 11^ ( \r 11\ i \\n\ir N MARY-MARTHA CLASS of First Christian Church — 2 p.m. Mrs. Claude Owens, 309 S. 7th, hostess. COMMUNITY CHURCH CIRCLE MEETINGS — Circle One, 9:?,0 a.m. Mrs. Maynard Knief, 1018 N. 7th. Circle Thre«, 2 p.m. Mrs. Br>b jange, N. Center. Circle Four, 2 p.m. Mre. L. L. Jones, 807 N. 5th. COIN CLUB — 8 p.m. Civic Center. BRETHREN WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP — 9:30 a.ni. Church of the Brethren, all day meeting. Covered dish luncheon. Bring sheets for bandages. NEWMAN CLUB — 2 p.m. Mrs. Al Gottschalk, 807 N. Main. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN'S CIRCLE MEETINGS: Circl« One — 2 p.m. Mrs. George Anderson. 310 E. Kansas. Circle Two — 2 p.m. Mrs. Gene Austin, 1027 N. 2nd. Circle Three — 9:15 a.m. Stella Stewart Room at church. Circle Four — 7 p.m. Covered dish aupper. Marge Murray. 705 Harding. REGINA COELI — 8 p.m. Mrs. Larry Palen. 209 Conkllng. CENTENNIAL GALS HDU — * p.m. Mm. Norman Staats, 1716 Pine"METHODIST WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF Christian Serlvce — 2 p.m.' Fellowship Hall. Louise- Dutcher, speak * r LVTIN AMERICAN CLUB - 7::tO p.m. Latin American Clubhouse. Wanda Walker to talk on summer '"ROYAL" NEIGHBOR LODGE 6-30 pm. covered dish bupper m Odd Fellow Hall. 7:30 p.m. meeting. FRIDAY COUNTRY FRIENDS — 3 p m. Mr*. Maude Hands, 608 N. 1st. WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Service — 2 p.m. First Baptist Church. Sponsored by Garden City United Church Wom«n. Children's Service 4:15 p.m. TYRIAN LODGE No. T46 — 7 p.m. Masonic Temple. Special meeting. Work In 3rd degree. VOGUE CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Chinese Room of Elite Cafe. Hos'esat"j Mrs William Tant and Mrs. Harry Brown. WSCS Sponsors Luncheon Speaker Thursday Noon Miss Louise Butcher, director of religious education at First Methodist church in Colorado [Springs, will be guest speaker at the meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service Thursday. Miss Dutclvcr was commissioned a deaconess from her home church in El Dorado. "She has been a dynamic leader and popular speaker throughout her years of service," stated Mrs. Andy Erhart. Mrs Clifford Mayo has invited the Girl's Friendship.group to her home at 7 p.m. Thursday to visit with Miss Dutcher Members of the WSCS are Scott City Teacher Heads Beta Chapter Miss Ethel Marcellus, Scott City, was elected president of the Beta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma for 1964-1966 at the business session Saturday noon in the Warren Hotel. Conducting the election was President Mrs. John Riggs. Marguerite Roth Is first vice-president, Kareen Wadsack, second vice-president; Norma Ryman secretary; Vclda Dunlap, corresponding secretary and Vera Mae Wampler, parliamentarian. These officers will be installled at the May meeting. Violet Hoppe, Scott City, secretary, read acknowledgements welcome to attend a luncheon for of gifts from the School of Logo- Miss Dutcher at Downing's at 12:30 Thursday noon. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. R. W. Gilger or Mrs Clifford Mayo. pedics, the World Fellowship Fund and the Prince Edward County Free Public School Association. Scholarship chairman, Berna- —Four 5" by 7" enlargements for the price of 3 — either black and white or color at Wren's Studio sistency. and Camera Shop for a limited time only. —adv orner BE-ETNIK CAKE (made with beets) l'/i cups sugar 1 cup cooking oil plus 2 tablespoons 3 whole 099* . 2 cups flour Vi teaspoon salt IVi teaepoons soda 1 teaspoon vanilla H/J squares btkinp chocolate 1 No.-2 can diced beets 3 tablespoons beet juice Melt chocolate with 2 tablespoons oil over hot water. Run beets through food chopper and stir in juice until consistency of applesauce. Beat together sug--"- oil and eggs, add the dry ingredients sifted together. Beat in th s. Bake in an oblong pan 8 x 12. Cool and frost in the pan. FROSTING 1 box powdered sugar 3 tthlespoons melted butter 1 teaspoon vanilla l'/i squares chocolate melted with the butter Hot coffee. Use just enough to make of a thick spreading con- dine Silts, presented information on Phi State scholarships available to those working on advanced degrees or attending summer school sessions. Two articles in the winter issue of the Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin: "Changing Political Patterns" and "The Role of Women in Political Action" were suggested reading advocated by program committee members, Claudine Lindner, Clara Thielen and Mrs. C. A. Leonard Special muilc was given by the Golden Strings, a high school group under the instmction of Larry Harris. The ensemble, introduced by Judy Scheer, played several numbers. Members of tho Golden Strings are Judy Scheer, Sharrie Snell, Martha Ortiz, first violin; Caro Holmes, Donna Anderson, and Mary Lou Froggatte, sicond violin, Sonna Leighty and Caverly Hart, viola; May Lou Smith and Mary Penny cello; Earlene Wallace string bass, with Mary Selover accom panist Hostesses Dorcclla Hoskins anc Jennie Wilson carried out the Valentin*- theme in table decor Mrs. Maurice Downing led group singing preceding the luncheon. j Cover Baked Swiss Steak Swiss steak may be baked in the oven as well as simmered on the top of the range. For baking brown the floured meat first, then add the rest of the ingredients and cover before nlacing in a Dear «. O. S.: Most brothers j l „ If pressure this man into \*1 flr-t firta rffrintir ll*\ In f Mrt en mO " •* * I f II and sisters grow up in the same louse, don't they? So why is it m moral if tiiey live together in ater years. You know some mighty funny people, Lady. After you find yourself a new apartment I suggest you find some new friends. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have been wanting to write to you for a long time but have been reluctant to do so. To be perfectly candid, what is really bothering me is the fear that the people who work in our local newspaper office might see my letter. I am well-known in town and [ can't afford to have my trouble known. Other prominent people are involved in this mess and it wouldn't take much imagination to figure out who they are. No doubt many readers around the country would like to write to you for help but they, too, are afraid their letters may be opened by the home town newspaper. Will you please clarify in print the handling of your mail? — FAITHFUL FAN marriage you can be sure he will lose interst in you when someone more attractive comes along — just as he did with his "wonderful but plain" wife. Dear dressed to Ann Landers are forwarded to me every week — unopened. Your local newspaper editor understands that live letters Ann Lander*' frank and informative new book, "Teen-Agers and Sex" is now available at your book store. Ann Landers wil be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of the Garden City Teegram, encosing a stamped, sef-addressed enve- ope. Newcomers Club Plays Pinochle, Bridge at Center Pinochle and bridge groups of the Garden City Newcomers Club met Thursday night at the Civic Center. Hosts for the pinochle group were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barker. Winners at pinochle were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bugner Re, ceiving low prizes were Mrs. Faithful: All letters ad- ] Marvin Fienen and Lou Boultinghouse. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rutter and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gibson were hosts for the bridge gnrJs> High score prizes went to the Gibsons and placing low were Mrs. Rutter and David Lobmeyer. The pastry top of a two-crust pie will improve its appearance if it is brushed, before baking, with cream, melted butter or slightly beaten egg. Race Studies Highlight CWF Meetings Thursday "Move We On Together" was the topic for the program given by the Hearthstone group for the Christian Women's Fellowship, Thursday afternoon in Baker Chapel. Mrs. Robert Brooks read verses of scripture for devotions. Subjects discussed were "Onward Together," by Mrs. Deryle Mosetey; "Negro in Anwrica," Mrs. Frank McKedy; "Slavery in History," Mn. J.L. Mitchell; Cdl H «4»1 FA vis and "American Negro in the World" by Mrs. Hal Gates. Thousands of church women are taking part in the assignment "Race." By uniting women of all churches they can move on together to accomplish greater and quicker results in the racial movement. Mrs. Claude Woodard presided for the business meeting Singing was led by Mrs. Ed Whitmer with Mrs. Dale Fry as pianist. The refreshment table was decorated with a valentine centerpiece. Ethel Shreve group was hostess. The next meeting will be a devotional meeting, March 5, at 9:30 a.m. in Baker Chapel. MKS. SAM N1BLOCK 312 N. 12th (Send yew favorite rechte to «*»• Coeft't Corner. Each <••«)•« which it pu'-'ished will earn a fl priie far the contributor. Recipee will be judged on the basis of reader interest or erifinality. Thty may be taken from e ceeb boob or magailne. but the source •h.->uW be viven and tr ild net be • current issue.* moderate oven until the steak is ship at 16 — a quiz kid type. written by his subscribers to Ann Landers are strictly personal. Anyone who wishes to write to me about an Ultimate problem may do so, secure in the knowledge that his confidence will be respected. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I need j -A valentine just for you-a bi« sympathy so please go easy on selection of valentines for that me. I shouhuVt have gotten my- special person at your Wren Stu- self into this fix but I'm in it! dio and Camera Shop. -ad», now and I must have guidance from someone who can think straight. 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