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Arkansas City Traveler (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Arkansas City, Kansas A matter than we. A Fey Ous Zenith m adjustable to your head shape All social items must be reported within three Days to by certain of publication. Those brought in or sent by mail must be signed by the sender with the Telephone number and address included please Telephone items Between 8 00 . And 10 30 . To society editor of the traveler. Telephone 246. The traveler Calendar of coming events to esd Avro it Al neighbors Camp .30 pm Loor Hall. Johnson Guild i ., i or St ignited presbyterian a hurry. Great books third Star group 7 10 ., Arkansas City Junior col lege. Modern mothers study club g p in. Combined groups gae Lins pliant room. Philathea class filet Baptist thursh 7 41 pm mrs. Cowell bit tie 4? North St. Cit duplicate Bridge ditto. 7 30 pm. Master Point night my Mermaid room pairs disqualified after till pm. Vhf Post and auxiliary. Silo ., joint dinner my memorial building women furnish salads and deserts no vegetables Rural clubs or c k a Rry. Of. To will by hostess thurs any for an All Day quilting session and covered dish luncheon for Hal Needle club. A # memorial Hospital notes Maday admission of. Gertrude Dollar Sio Vav Kansas ave. Re Rowell Hazleton i Jorn Vav. Robson he North a i St. Mrs. Walter Darr 1102 the St. Chester Mosier 1501 South g St. Mrs Harvey Hamilton 507 s. First St. Mrs. Thomas Campbell 322 random Road Steven Sachet a 2017 North c St. Dismiss i a mrs. William Sawyer Vav i a i Field mrs. Lloyd Crane 711 e. Cen a trill ave. George t. Sherwood 1329 w. J Oklahoma mrs. C. S. Gose. 711 North b St. Mis Robert m. Martin. It. I mrs. Mary Kemper. It. 2 g. Howard King 1025 n. Seventh St. Timothy Chis Sedan i John Madron. It. 4 i Glenn Tarpenning Ponca City the Arkansas City Kansas daily traveler monday january 23. 1961 Page 3 Arkansas City youths held two youth apprehended Here were charged in Winfield City court saturday with burglary of j a leather goods store there. Police say they were requested to Stop a ear Enro Ute from win a Field and hold the occupants for the Winfield police department. Patrolman Gary Hines spotted the vehicle described by Winfield police and arrested Frederick Steven Branch it and Charles j Massengill 16,Winfield police said tint police officer George Shurmann my j the ear with two occupants drive away from the Alley Back of Hermann leather goods store there. Schul Mami said the Glass in i the rear door of tile store had been broken he obtained a description and the License number i of the car and the information was radioed to Arkansas City police. Winfield Polar say that apparently nothing was taken from the More. Tho youths wore turned Over to Winfield authorities a few minutes Alicr they were apprehended. 3�rths newlyweds to \ Isit Here or. And mrs. Lee Roy Norman who were married nov. 26, in Cannes France plan to visit relatives Here in april. In Man who is the son of e. M. Dorman 832 South c St., is a Seaman aboard the Cruiser i is Des Moines and will arrive in the states mar. 24. Ills wife the former miss Mylene i Anteri of c Anes will travel Here by military sea transportation arriving april 8. She plans to remain in Arkansas City while her husband completes his years tour of duty with the u. S. Navy. Local Bridge players in Stillwater meet mrs. Lawrence Kinney and mrs. Hubert it Speraneo. De Gilliland and Bill Griffith were among winners at the Stillwater sectional duplicate Bridge tournament conducted by american contract Bridge league Over the weekend at Stillwater Gaia. Mrs. Kinney and mrs. Lesper Ance placed first thursday night in the non masters pairs for which they received a trophy and two and one half master Points. Gilliland and Griffith placed first in a Section of the Cimmaron open for which they received two and one half master Points and b it the placed and won Points in the mixed pairs event. There were Over 400 pity e r s participating. Others from Here who entered some of the events were Tom Malcolm and Charles Sewell. Go Korti f to or. And mrs. Cero id Goforth. 3348 s. Custer Wichita a son bom Jan. 19. In St. Josephus Hospital. Wichita he has been named Clay Ryan. Or. And mrs. Goforth have two j other sons Greg and Todd. She is the former Barbara Reinking. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. G. H Reinking. 1342 n. Third St., and or. And mrs. Charles Brooks Goula Springs. Greg and Todd have been Here with their grandparents since thursday and will return Home today. Goforth is employed by southwestern Bell Telephone co. Castle to or. And mrs. Richard of. Castle 716 n. Ninth St., a son. Born sunday at 5 40 pm. A memorial Hospital. The infant weighed pounds and five and one half ounces. Emergency Power City officials inspect an auxiliary Power unit recently installed in a Small building roust Rue ted on the North Side of the fire department. The emergency unit furnishes Power to the Pollee department and for police radios in ease of a Power failure. It was built with Matching funds by the City and the civil defense looking Over the new unit Are left to right. Charles f. Tanner civil defense director. Larry dish. City manager and police chief Frank Robertson. Brown photo birthdays Lone Oak 4-h couple says wedding vows in Florida w. The Lawrence l. Becker. 220 Washington ave., announces marriage of his sister. Miss Margaret l. Becker to Thomas p. Moran of City to. The nuptial m iss was read by msgr. William Mckeever at St. Sebastian Catholic Church to fort Lauderdale fla., at nine o clock saturday morning Jan. 21 miss Becker a registered nurse was Empl Ovod by mrs. Linnie j. Lantz 405 a North c St., prior to her marriage and her engagement to or. Moran was announced at a Tea for a Large group of friends at the Lantz Home during the pre Holiday son. Sea class of Opportunity or. Eimo Reeves and mrs. Lester Foltz were hostesses Friday night for class of Opportunity evangelical United Brethren Church at the Home of mrs. Reeves 1408 n. Fifth St. Fourteen members and five guests were present. Mrs. Oliver Cox president presided. Roll rail was answered with Bible verses. Two members were reported ill and get Well cards were sent to them. Mrs. Eliza and mrs. K. T. Krout received birthday gilts from their silent friends. Contests furnished entertainment and prizes were won by mrs. Cox and mrs. Dewey Clampett. Tile closing prayer was Given by mrs. Cox. The next meeting will be feb. It. Mrs. Marie Hughes and mrs. Phoebe Penrose will be the hostesses. The time and place will be announced. Each of the two television cameras placed on the Aires i weather satellite weighed about two pounds and was Tho size of a water Glass. Santa be foods pays $5 daily for favorite recipe peach Mauloni in birthday party cups Santa be peach slices train 1 to canned de Lyl marshmallows Cut in pieces h c juice from peaches 2 tbsp Lemon juice 2 cups whipping Cream crush drained peaches to make i cup fruit Combine with peach syrup and marshmallow pieces Lieut slowly stirring frequently until marshmallows Are melted. Cool blend Lemon juice turn into refrigerator tray. Place in freezing compartment with control at lowest temperature and freeze until firm. Whip Cream until stiff. Turn Frozen mixture into chilled howl and beat with rotary beater and fold into whipped Cream. Return to freezing compartment freeze to desired consistency. Makes in pints. Mrs. Johnny Sanders 51102 e. Of. Vernon Wichita Kansas carries off today Santa be recipe prize. You May win the �?�5 of offered daily. Mail your recipe to the Santa be foods favorite recipe editor Arkansas City daily traveler Arkansas City Kansas. A birthday party was held Jan. 19, for Melinda Mayberry daughter of or. And mrs. Harold Mayberry it. 2, who was five years old Jan. 18, and for Ronnie Lee Enderud son of or. And mrs. Lloyd Enderud. It. 2, who was five years old Jan. 22. Games furnished entertainment. Bubble gum was Given As favors. Guests were Rhonda grog and Linda Allison Frank Brunton Llama Couthon. Karen and Cheryl Whitford Pat Snow la c i n d i a Smith and Glenda Boyd. It Creswell Hydu meets mrs. Max quirk it. 2. Entertained members of Creswell Busy beavers Home demonstration unit Friday afternoon. Eleven members were present. Roll Call was answered by each naming the a funniest gift she had Ever received. Mrs. George Lovell president presided and read objectives of Hydu work in the Agri j _ to w cultural Extension service pro polio Benefit Gram. The unit will continue its Highway safety project which is the removal of Trees on the overpass near Hackney. Mrs. Hugh Scott presented the lesson topic a a accessories in the mrs. Russell Lewis will he hostess for the next session feb. 16. Lone Oak 4-h club had its monthly meeting Friday night at Oak Grove gymnasium. Sharon Wollard president presided. A Model meeting was conducted. Judges were three Junior leaders and miss Carolyn Reber Home i economics agent. For die program. Margaret Coupe gave a project talk about planning a wardrobe. Kenney a it Berry gave pointers about buying a fat pig. Denny Rodgers and Johnny Wollard gave a team demonstration on How to make an Extension Cord. Earl King discussed the guitar in presenting the Musk appreciation lesson. Sharon Wollard told about the Cherry pie contest at which she was Cowley county Champion. Or. And mrs. Wollard gave a special ceremony showing the Lour objectives a 4-h club must i have. Assisting with the Cere-1 Mony were mrs. King As a Par j ent or. Rodgers As a Leader Relda mincks As a 4-h member and Marsha Smith As a new club member. Sharon Pittser was a guest. Johnny Wollard Ami Manly Duncan were recreation leaders. Refreshments were served by the Bridges and Burns families. A two thirty club mrs. Richard Tulip seed 816 s. Second St., was hostess Friday afternoon for two thirty club. Mrs. Harold Johnson president presided. Mrs. Woods Dickey guessed the Benefit mystery package. Mrs. Lydia Ford received a gift from her capsule Friend. Contests furnished entertainment with awards received by mrs. Hillary Herrington and mrs. Ford. Awards for games were won by mrs. H. K. Turner mrs. Johnson mrs. Bryan Hedges and mrs. Ford. The grand prize was won by mrs. Hedges. A Valentine gift Exchange will feature the next meeting with mrs. Luther Barnett. Cheryl Isom. 822 s. First St., celebrated her 16th birthday sum Lav. She and her parents or and mrs. Walter Isom and other members of the family formerly of Gary. Ind., at the present time Are staying at the Home of mrs. Lloyd Isom 822 s. First St. Here to help miss Isom observe her birthday were or. And mrs. Ernest Dom and son Billy of Cushing. Okla. George a Ruckle. 410 South a St., returned sunday from Topeka where he has been hospitalized with a broken . He was in Santa be Hospital eight weeks. D. Joe Moore of Peoria. 111., was Here saturday to attend funeral services for his grandmother mrs. James o. Gibson. He the son of or. And mrs. Gaude w. Moore 220 w. Central ave. A film on Mouth to Mouth resuscitation will be shown at 7 30 o clock tonight during a red Cross first Aid class at the red Cross chapter building on n. Fourth St. The showing is open to the Public. Witchman services funeral services for Martin Albert Wie Chipnan 924 s. First St., who died at his Home wednesday were held at to . Saturday at Jess Rindt Chapel. The Rev. Lester e. Alexander officiated. Vocalists were mrs. Clifford Shanks and mrs Max Shanks. Mrs. Alvin Miller was organist. Pallbearers were Glenn t. Wright Willard beg with Carl Roseberry Monroe Tabor. De ring and a. H. Bradberry. Interment was in Riverview cemetery. Lost Only 50 cents Pittsburg a thieves used a pry bar and Jimmie the lock in break it into the offices of county atty Charles Menghini Over the weekend. Their loot totalled 50 cents. Trove Lettes mrs. Sally Millett. In. Winfield state training school spoke recently before Wal Home demonstration unit at the Home of mrs. Forrest Chyle it. 1. She discussed different want a members can assist at the training school. This is a project of t h e unit. Bob Honeyman a member of the Arkansas City Jaycees and International director state editor of the Kansas Junior chamber of Commerce has been selected As toastmaster of the annual Iowa state Jaycee awards banquet in Dewitt feb. 26 featured speakers at the banquet will be Iowa s governor arum Bob Feller All time baseball great who is a native of Iowa and i pitched for the Cleveland indians. Asthma formula prescribed most by doctors available now without prescription shops attacks in minutes. Relief lasts for hours try traveler classified ads , by. It pc fill a Tho asthma formula prescribed More than any other by doctors for their private patients is now available to asthma sufferers without prescription. Medical tests proved this formula flops asthma attack in minutes and Rives hours of Freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. This formula is so effect in e that it is the physicians leading asthma prescription so it afe that now Itcan to sold a without prescription in most states a in tiny tablets called primate a. These Pri Matene tablets open bronchial tubes loosen congest a relieve taut nervous tension. All without painful injections. The secret is Pri Matene combines 3 medicines in full prescription strength found most effective in combination for asthma distress. Each performs a special purpose. So look Forward to sleep at night and Freedom from asthma spasms. Pri Matene Only 9<, at any drugstore. Model c-61 a full size canister e double action Rug and floor cleaning unit e powerful be motor a durable Woven Hose e disposable dust bag e fabric nozzle e dusting Brush $oa88 see it today at Hill electric co. Nerving you since 1931 Marshall w. Hill Ray Potter 106 so. Summit phone mrs. J. J. Dearmand and Fane Hon Dearmand were in Wichita saturday to attend a meeting of the Kansas cowgirl barrel racing association at the Home of mrs. Bob Moore in East Wichita. Fourteen cities were represented. Officers elected some of whom will appear Here this summer in barrel racing events Are Marge Taylor Cottonwood Falls president Kathy Moore Wichita vice president Marilyn Hughes Emporia Secretary. And Frances Day Hutchinson treasurer. Victory chapter. Order of Eastern Star will have a stated meeting tonight at 7 30 o clock at masonic Temple. January birthdays will be honoured and refreshments will he served. Study America club mrs. Lee Heflin and mrs Harry Earlougher will he hostesses thursday for a regular session of study America club. Luncheon will be at Deibell sat i ., and the program at mrs. Heflin a Home in Crestwood. Buy sell rent Trade try traveler classified ads Quot living sound Quot hearing aids a you pure hat Lana a and. Iran of your Coo Lea worn your own eyeglass spa cts list come in or Call for Home appointment today or. Jerry Blue will be in Arkansas City wednesday january 23th 9 00 . Till 2 00 Osage hotel Rad ionic hearing service hostess desire club had a party Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Aubrey Harp it. 2, to raise Money for the March of dimes fund. A total of $26.61 was raised. Mrs. Jack Patton Gouda Springs is president of the club. The project is sponsored by Junior chamber of Commerce and civic and individual contributions May be mailed to the Junior chamber of Commerce Post office Box no. 230, care of March of dimes. Other organizations making recent contributions Are women a International auxiliary to International typographical Union and seven thirty sewing club. Backache amp nerve tension secondary to kidney irritation thousand Are now discovering How much stronger and better they can feel by combating Ordinary kidney or bladder irritations. These irritations often occur after 35. And May make you tense and nervous from too frequent burning or oozing urination both Day and night. Secondarily you May Loo. Sleep and suffer from headaches backache and feel old tired depressed in such irritation Oyster usually brings fast relaxing Comfort by curbing irritating germs in Strong add urine and by giving analgesic pain Relief. Safe for Young or old. Get Oyster at druggists. Peel better fast. Zone meeting local Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority members were represented at the sorority a zone six meeting sunday at Winfield with Alpha Delta. Winfield and Alpha i Cedar Vale As chapter hostesses. Mrs. Gladys Shook Al Dorado. President presided. Rita be Hunegar Winfield extended the Welcome. Norma Bartholomew Augusta was chosen outstanding sorority girl of the year to represent zone six. Mrs. Betty Gaschler local Alpha Gamma chapter was second runner up. Also in the contest was mrs. Ruth Vandever from local Zeta Zeta chapter. Decorations were in the Snow Man theme. The Snow Man cake a door prize was won by Peggy Eudaly Winfield. The new n or too old after you see your doctor bring your prescription to us it takes skill and experience to fill a prescription. Dye drug store 200 so. Summit Pho. 42 medallion magic. Creates Dalay freshness in a a Serrano crease resistant Rayon and Cotton. Appliqued White medallions and Dainty round White Bead buttons spark this simply Lovely design in Lilac Bloom Blossom Pink or Black. Sizes 12-24. Winter Coats taken from our Stock of famous brands. First Quality top materials styles and colors not close outs. One group of Lovely Long Coats in Black Green Blue red or Gray. Regular priced to $69.98 a few fur trimmed Coats reduced regular values to $135.00 a Large group of Long Coats shorty dress Coats car Coats and suits. Regularly $17.98 to $79.98. Shop amp pay the easy Way use no a

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