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f ON WEDDING DAY - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vesterberg, Wells. A Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Palmer Family rebuilds despite incest Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Mize Palmers have AAizes observe 60th jubilee golden date Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vesterberg 50th event for Vesterbergs WELLS'- All friends and relatives are invited to a 2 to 5 p.m. open house June 14 at the Mt. Liberty Church, west of Oakhill, in pre-celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vesterberg. Mrs. Vesterberg is the former Alma Larson. Entertaining will be the honorees' three children: Salinan Mrs. Cloyce R. (Leona) Nichols, 2444 Highland; Mrs. Ray (Arlene) Lutz, Goddard, and Virgil, Miltonvale, and their spouses. The celebrants were wed June 17, 1931, in Alton, and since have lived in Wells. Vesterberg is a farmer/rancher and works part-time at the Farmers and Ranchers Livestock Commission Co., Salina. There are nine grandchildren. Vesterbergs request no gifts. Do you need another employe? Hundreds of readers are looking through the classified ads every day. Phone 8234363 and an ad-taker will help you. GIVE DAD A GIFT FROM GIHX FATHER'S DAY IS JUNE 21ST. •MONEY CLIP WITH GENUINE COLLECTOR COINS •PIPE RACKS •DESK ACCESSORIES •ASH TRAY (Man Sized) •BAR ACCESSORIES •THERMOMETERS •OVERNIGHTER •TRAVEL BAR •HUMIDORS •BACKGAMMON SETS FATHER'S DAY CARDS Salina's Only Exclusive Gift Store, Downtown GIFT STOR-3 120 N . Santa Fe Deal Grosser Look For The Big "D" On The Door BELLEVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Palmer, Belleville, will be honored at a 2 to 4 p.m. reception June 14 at the Belleville Christian Church, in post-observance of their diamond wedding anniversary. More than 75 family members are expected. The reception will follow a family dinner at the Golden Bell Haven. Hosts for the event will be their children: Philip, Big Springs, Texas; Mrs. Raymond (Loetta) Duey, Haddam; Mrs. Douglas (Dorothy) Duey, Lincoln, Neb.; Elmore, Lake Jackson, Texas; Mrs. Duane (Donna) Snyder, Mankato, and Mrs. Loyd (Edith) Kleen, York, Neb., and their spouses. The honorees were married May 5, 1921, near Chester, Neb., and lived on farms in that are until their retirement and move into Belleville in 1971. They have 26 grandchildren and 35 great- grandchildren. All friends and relatives are invited.. The couple request no gifts. 25th event planned for the Schmidts BENNINGTON - The four children of Mr. and Mrs. L.B. "Smitty" Schmidt, Bennington, have scheduled a 2 to 5 p.m. open house June 14 in the Fellowship Hall of the United Church of Bennington, in observance of their parents' silver wedding anniversary. Entertaining will be Dick, Wichita; Sheryl, Sabetha, and Tom and Greg, Bennington. The honorees' wedding was held June 10, 1956, in Bennington where they since have lived. Mrs. Schmidt, who is a secretary for UD240, is the former Janice Stenfors. Her husband operates Smitty's Flowers, Bennington. All friends and relatives are invited. The celebrants request no gifts. Woods celebrate silver anniversary The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wood (Janice I. Garwood), 410 Maple, will be observed this Sunday, June 7, with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception at the United Methodist Church of the Cross, 1600 Rush. Hosts are the couple's three children: Rick Wood and Paula Aikens, and their spouses, and Jeff Wood. The honorees were wed June 9, 1956, in Clyde. They lived in New York, LaCrosse, Kan., and Concordia before moving to Salina. Both work for Beech Aircraft Corp. There are three grandchildren. Taskers to observe ruby anniversary BENNINGTON - All friends and relatives are invited to a 2 to 5 p.m. open house June 14 at the Bennington Senior Citizen Center, in celebration of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tasker, Bennington. Hosts are their children: Larry, Bennington; Jerry, Denver, and Sheryl Fischer, Pratt, and their families. The honorees request no gifts. T here are many hospitals in need of professional nurses, but comparatively speaking, we think we can offer you more at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. You'll find challenging work in a contemporary 200 bed hospital with all major clinical areas, excellent benefits and educational opportunities and a great city In which to live. Our competitive salaries start at $7.70/hr. for CN's and RN's with a 10% shift differential of $8.47/hr. (effective Jury 5th). If you're Interested in a hospital that cares about you ... we can provide you with the opportunity you've been waiting for. For Information contact: Nancy Hupe, Employment Manager 325 Maine. Lawrence, Ks. 66044 • 913-843-3680 (ext. 160) Lawrence Memorial Hospital Former Salinans Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Mize, Abilene Rt. 4, will be feted with a 2-4:30 p.m. open house June 14 in their home at Red Bud Lake, Abilene Rt. 4, in post-celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. Entertaining will be the couple's son, James, Anacortes, Wash., and Mrs. Mize's sister, Mrs. Dorothy Nickolas, Chanute. Mr. and Mrs. James Gaskill, Lisa Gaskill and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuntz, Abilene, will assist. Mize married the former Mildred "Tillie" Hallock June 10, 1931, in Fayetteville, Ark. They request no gifts. Golden day for the Reiffs Former Salinans Mr. and Mrs. David Reiff, Scottsbluff, Neb., will be honored with a post-golden wedding anniversary open house June 14 in their home. Hosts for the 2 to 6 p.m. festivity are their children. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple were united in marriage June 3,1931. They request no gifts. 50th event for Joneses A 2 to 4 p.m. open house is planned June 14 at Big John's Steakhouse, in observance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jones, 207 E. Prescott. All friends and relatives are invited. The celebrants request no gifts. 25th celebration planned for Stikas RAMONA — The Trinity Lutheran Church Parish Hall, Ramona, will be the scene of a 2 to 5 p.m. post-silver wedding anniversary open house June 14 for Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Stika, Ramona. Hosts are their son-in-law and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Greg (Lori) Stenzel, Ramona, and Lisa, of the home. Stika married the former Anna Mae Sader June 2,1956, in Ramona. Sheets is delegate ASSARIA - Lynn Sheets, Assaria, will travel to Miami, Fla., on June 20 to serve as a delegate to Alpha Gamma Delta's International Convention. Sheets is president of the Epsilon Mu Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta at Fort Hays State University. More than 650 members nationally are expected to attend the convention. Dear Ann: I've read your column for years. I must admit that I thought a lot of the stories were made up by you and your staff, but now after what has happened to me, I would believe anything. My husband had been molesting our daughter for several years. She told a close relative, who then told me. It was a terrific shock. At first I refused to believe it. We were a middle-class family, my husband a professional with good morals and well-respected in the community. When I confronted him, he said he was sick in the head and would do anything to get well. A friend gave us the answer. We are now in a therapy program called Parents United. My daughter is in the same program, only it's called Daughters Sons United. I'm so grateful for this group of people who have suffered through the same problem. These folks saved our marriage and kept me from going crazy. We are now a family in the process of working together on a day-to-day basis. I urge all young people who read this letter, if it is happening to you please tell your mother, your teacher, your doctor, the mother of a girlfriend — SOMEONE. And I urge all you mothers to please listen to your children. Believe them and do something about it. Only 1 percent of the children are not telling the truth! Fathers, men, women, if you will only seek help, the problem can be put in the past. Contact a Parents United group in your area. Child sexual abuse is a terrible tragedy. People need to know that they have to talk about it and there are groups to which they can go for help. Please print our hot-line number — 213-3254368 — which I'm sorry to say is not toll free. Urge your readers to write. The address is: Parents United, Inc., P.O. Box 84353. Enclose a self-ad- SHS Class oi 1961 to have reunion Salina High School graduating class of 1961 will have a reunion July 3 and 4 at the Red Coach West. Activities will begin at 6 p.m. July 3 with registration and a social gathering at the Red Coach West. There will be a get-acquainted party from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. the following day, with a buffet lunch at 12:30 p.m. At 6 p.m. there will be a social hour at the Bicentennial Center followed by a 9 p.m. program and a 10 p.m. dance featuring music from the 1950s and '60s. The following classmates have not been located: Robert T. Adorns, Naukcllou A. Adami, Jarwl I. Allen, Connie M. Boer, T|awan K. Battles, Barbara J. Bennett, David I. Brack, Jean Butler, Carolyn G. Cantrell, William M. Clark, Charles L. Cobb, Patricia A. Ray, Paula R. Cook, Cynthia A. Covinglon, David W. Craig, Clarence E. Davis, Linda S. Dennis, Amelia A. Detwller, William F. Duncan, Ralph L. Fanson, Lloyd C. Fulcher, louetta J. Geer, Clovls C. Green Jr., Gerald L. Greer, -James F. Harding, Bernadette McGee Hawkes, Carl F. Hodges, Francis H. Hoffman, Randall S. Johnson, Alvin I. Jones, Sandra King, William E. Long, Dlanne M. Louthian, Clifford Martin, James W. Meyer, Fletcher K. Mulligan, Tim J. Monger. Orman R. McCafferty, Gerald McCracken, James F. Nesmith, Bruce W. Oelschloger, David L. Parker, Sharon R. Parker, Beverlay L. Pierce, Pete Sheppard, Eleanor E. Rioux, Danny R. Ryals, Sandra K. Schurr. Charles R. Smith, Sanyo E. Sonnenberg, Charlotte A. Stol- cup, Keller F. Superkropp, Shirley Willard Swinton, Donald B. Teeple, Ellen Thornton, John R. Townsend, Victor E. Vermllllon, Carol Vincent Jimmie Weigond, David B. Wendall, Ronald L. Wilson, and JoAnn Wintermute. For reservations to attend the reunion, contact Barbara (McKim) Bowles, search committee chairwoman, 239 S. Clark, Salina, 67401. Stir yogurt gently Separation is natural for yogurt as it sits in the refrigerator, awaiting use. Before serving, simply stir the liquid gently into the solid portion. River Festival Celebration Selected Group Lingerie Off Selected Group Purses o Off ann landers dressed stamped envelope if you wish a response. Dew Ann: My son is engaged to a nice girl and loves her very much. But she has osteogenesis imperfecta. I've tried to talk to my son about this, but he won't listen. I don't know much about this disease, but I do know there will be no children if these two get married. I am having a hard time convincing them that a marriage without children is no marriage at all. Please, Ann, give me some information about this disease. No one will listen to me about the fears I have if they marry. It wories me sick. — Read You in Greensboro Every Day. Dear Greensboro: Osteogenesis im- perfacta may or may not be inherited. It could be the result of rickets or a glandular disturbance. The symptoms are abnormally brittle bones that are subject to fractures. So much for the medical side. Now for the human relations aspect: I advise you to butt out, Mother. Whether or not to have a family is a decision that should be made exclusively by the two people involved. Moreover, your notion that a marriage without children is "no marriage at all" is incor- rect. In fact, I have received many letters from readers who say their jfiiir- riages would have been better if they hadn't had children. Sad for the kids who are born to parents who don't want them? You bet. But that's the way it is — and there are more of them out there than you think. _, * -ft -tr ,..-;£ Confidential to Can't Figure Him Out: Stop trying and accept him as he is. Marriage is not a reform school. This might sound like a contradiction, but being a little nutty now and then is perfectly normal. It can also be refreshing. No one is 100 percent rational and in perfect control of himself a| all times. We are all capable of doing something completely out of character now and then. This doesn't mean we are crazy. It merely means we are human. Look into your own life and you will see what I mean. Going to a wedding? Giving one? Or standing up in one? Even if you're already married Ann Landers' completely new "The Bride's Guide" will answer questions about today's weddings. For a copy, send a dollar, plus along, self-addressed, stamped envelope "(18 cents postage) to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 11995, Chicago, 111., 60611. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send thenrrto Ann Landers, Box 1400 Elgin, 111., 60120.) Re-upholstering Beautiful Fabrics Don Loader Interiors, Inc. 111N.Fifth 823-91^ Give Dad a fitting gift. Sansabelt® Slacks. He'll thank you for making him so comfortable. S-!t > ; This Father's Day Dad Deserves The Best... •• So Give Him Sansabelt® Slacks by Jaymar. Stop in and choose from a wide selection of handsome' Sansabelt® styles available at ,• mN.5«t,F, — Men's Wear Store Hours: Monday Noon to • p.m....Tuo»..tat. tiOO to SiOO ».m.