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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - November 7, 1960, Garden City, Kansas Peg* 2 I’** Ingram Monday, November 7, 1960 in Garden City Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Robert Brakey, 90s N. 6th. Mrs. Joe Schwaiger. 805 Taylor. lamas Joseph Chapel. 2011 N. 6th. Bob L Landon. Deerfield. Leo Eek. Holcomb Mrs. Ethel L. Gravel. Heil* John Geom. 2702 Valley View Roid, Marty Maureen Meschke. 914 Lyle. Mrs. Lawrence Wasson, Pierce- Ville. Mrs. Ruth Ste%-ens. 901 N 9th Warren Goodman. Sublette. Dt«Mtss\LS At St. Catharine Mrs. Gerald Reifschneider. 1305 N. 8th. Mrs. Merle Thompson, 1705 N PlQ ^05$    Darrell    Morrow—Telegram sun Mike Keller said he likad pumpkin pie and so he got a pit—-kersplash! Note the empty pie pan in the hands of Sandra Barnett and Margaret Sughrue, top right. A group of Garden City High School girls, including the cheerleaders had promised the football team and coach all the pumpkin pie they could eat if they won the Great Bend game. They paid off the promise Friday night at the Herbert Sughrue home, 1010 N. 5th, with 30 pies and four cakes.School Officials Review Junior High, Gym ProposalSLACKSSTRIPES-PLAIDS-SOLIDSSEARS LOW PRICE The Junior Colage will be moved to the present junior high buildings. The additional space for college use will enable the lo-1 c school to grow and to expand. The needed facilities for a college will all be located on one cam-1 pus. and students will not have to be transported across town to other buildings for college classes. Regardless of the desire by j some patrons for a new junior college building, such a project cannot be financed by the local district as long as these other pressing needs exist. The bor ’ issued to finance the prograi as briefly described will be $1,345,000. Such an amount ' do?s not exceed the legal limitations as prescribed by the laws of Kansas. There is not one of the projects included in the pioposed program that will not have to be undertaken by this school district within the next few years if the school system is to keep pace with the growth of the community and if the high standards of oi» schools are to be maintained. lf there are those who still have questions to be answered, they are urged to attend the regular meeting of the board this even ing at 7:30 in the Senior High School Library. If it is impossible for any patrons with questions to attend the meeting, they are re-I quested to contact a board member or the superintendent before going to the polls tomorrow.Clark Gable Hit By Heart Attack Count on Sear* to round up fine quality, beautifully: tailored slacks of wool at this low price. Choose from a wida assortment of muted-to-bold plaids and stripes in small-to-medium size, or from fashionable solid colors: char-coal or Oxford gray, blue, gold, red, loden green, warm brown. Self-fabric belts, concealed side zippers, side pockets. 10-1 S. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back -SUPPORT NIXON BY ELECT ING JOE HUNTER TO CONGRESS.    114 ;
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