The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 25, 1953 · Page 6
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June 25, 1953

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 6

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By Connie Taylor and Jere Glover "•Were vou aware summer startec Sunday? To think, we have beer enjoying spring weather all along It almost makes you dread sum inir. Here it is, lovely warn Thursday, again; time to recort the week's events. So, without fur ther deviation from our purpose we'll dive right in. -Girl's State seems to have beer • real success from beginning t< end. The four SaUna gals had positive super time. Every rain lite' was full and they barely hac time to breath. The girls learnet much about politics and also made many new friends. A favorite past time after "lights out" was th« exchange of songs. The newest one brought back to Salina is "Millie the Mermaid." 7 "Oh my achin's feet!" This was the cry of Maurine Hahn, Marilyr Adams, Mary Sue Flora, and Delia Todd after they hitchhiked from Lindsborg, Their car ran out of .gas and so, leaving Gary Adams with the car, they set out in search o the precious liquid. After walkinf al'few miles they found a helpfu farmer who offered his assistance The four weary gals -found their way back to the car. Gary, taking pity on the exhausted damsels chauffcured them back to our fair city. .JTho newest thing in transportation! That's what Myron Meier '.tfiinks about his new little red -motorcycle. This nifty number is -considers a big investment, for 'Jie rid'JS H to work. If by chance "you haj ...on to see a flashing red Csfreak zoom by, don't be •alarmed! It isn't Halley's comet 'it's only "Meier's Motor." "••This Kansas weather is always a" surprise! Jeanie Fagerberg planned a swimming party on her birthday but this was soon changed. Instead of donning bathing suits, the'gals grabbed rain coats and made their way to a movie. Marvel Hooper, Loia Free man, Doris Kern, Sharon Clare, Carol Manchester, Jeanette Gocd- all;'Gail Edgington, Lee Weaver Star-go Widner, Donna Smith, Jan ice-'Hayes, Nathalee 'Carson and Jeanie then splashed their way tc the/Fsgerberg. household where .they proceeded to stuff themselves Have you noticed two Salina high gals seem to be walking in a com pjetely different world. They have both taken on a lofty air. These fvro" recent aunties. Ccnnia Eller and Linda Lemon, are all too willing" io describe the precious in fants, Jacquelyn Sue and Stewart, to any one who will listen. Time really flies! It seems like only yesterday the mothers, Sue Ann Bell (Elier) and Mary Lou Weddle (Lemon) found their names making high school history through 'Teen-Talk. .'.".'TJsat boy! He's back again'. •tneinber, when we told you that Jon TOover was here for a short •visit? He went home to California but he just couldn't resist our Kan sis' weather. He's here for the surr.msr this time. Most of his time is-.taken up by a recreation job. We Understand that he also finds time for his chief interest who is found both on and off the playground. ,7'Ihelr minds were strong with THIS WEEK'S Flavor Special Strahan's Ice Cream s ORANGE PINEAPPLE .Cream is always the Ration's favorite refresh- jwent for just "good eating" pleasure! A real taste treat ;of nutritious goodness. So jBrve it often. Always ask 3&r our pure, delicious Ice 'Cream. *•**' , \' • ' •** •".-••.'• trahan's Store IDS N. 5th am**; art good intention* but their stomachs were weak. So were the experiences o! Joycfe Zimmerman, Sue Kcnison, Colleen Drake, and Thea Kay Lewis. The girls set to visit their pal Carol Black, who new residestin Denver. The trip was brought to an abrupt halt, however, when the four were suddenly overtaken by pangs of hunger as they passed through Brookville. They decided to write Carol a nice, long letter instead. The old auto causes trouble but can be & blessing too. Doni Hcbtrt, Sacred. Heart junior-to-be,' w as highly mortified when her vehicle limped to a stop with a flat tire as off she drove to Cherokee. This disgusting behavior was soon forgotten by Doni, upon discovering cars make excellent dressing rooms. All might have gone quite well during order the quick change, without the blow- by-blow description given by Dorothy Carlin at the top of her lungs. The Oscars this week go to golf champ*, Sally Waddle aid Tom 'You just dump later, air over It! i fans Remember, the dance of the Hampton. Thew two pulled down "There'* nothing like «!" That --'••- -'"--•—- •--• »-..the low »core la ncotch-Iour- : was the one comment by Mary Pae somes at Ike 8*Uh» Country and Shirley Hartzell after we asked Club, Sunday. Babe Zaharinitud Ben Hogao had better look out. •them how they liked batching it Mary's folks are out of town. So the Troublesome cars seem to be in rder this week. Susie Kastner, Jacque Glover, and Dorothy Carlin found a chance to prove their mechanical ability as they repaired the vapor lock of Susie's auto. It's really very simple, we hear. igals took- it upon themselves to anjoy & little private livuV. We 'questioned them as to what they are doing with all their time but they only answered, "It's not printable." We leave the rest to you and. your imagination. Hear! Hear! All ye Cherokee week is at the Legion hall Friday, for til those achin' (or a real, hoedown. That about concludes our report up to now. We wish you would continue calling up' to tell interesting happenings. Pickings have been a bit scimpy of late, and we'd like to make *,i all-inclusive a coverage as .possible. Thanks to you for your swell cooperation so far and 1 see you next week. i Mrs. FDR On Trip HONG KONG <»—Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt arrived Thursday from Tokyo for a two-day visit before leaving for New Delhi, Istanbul, Europe and the U. 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