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Page 2C — Kerrville Dally Times — Sunday, November 7, 1993 Lifestyle Wife should be happy with hubby, dump prison pen pal Dear Ann Landers: When I married "Howie" 10 years ago, it was for better or for worse. Last year, I was hit with cancer, but the doctor caught it early. I am now in remission and feeling pretty good. Howie was very supportive during the tough times, and he is terrific to my children from a previous marriage. I know I have a lot to be thankful for, but something is missing in my life. Romance. I love Howie for all the wonderful things he has done for me and the children, but I am not in love with him. Last year, I met a guy I really flipped over. He is in prison now, and we write letters back and forth almost every day. "Jake" says he is in love with Ann landers me and wants me to leave my husband and marry him when he gets out. He knows I am not in love with Howie and never have been. He says I am cheating myself out of the best thing in life by staying in this marriage. I really don't know what to do. Please help. — Chicago Question Mark Dear Chicago: I want to make sure I have this right. You have been married to Howie for 10 years. He has been wonderful to you and your children from a previous marriage. You had cancer, but the outlook is good. You went bananas over a guy who is now in prison. He wants you to divorce Howie and marry him when he gets out. And now you want me to tell you what to do. , First, you should thank your lucky stars for Howie. Stop writing to the guy in prison. If he tries to contact you when he gets out, tell him to get lost. It sounds as if you now have a good chance for a really wonderful life. Don't blow it. Dear Ann Landers: I just had to respond to "Pinckneyville," who said she does not believe in keeping the ashes of a loved one in an urn because it would require dusting and polishing every week and eventually the urn would end up in the basement. Wrong, wrong, wrong. My mother and my wife, to whom I was married lor 40 years, passed away within a few years of each other. Both were cremated, and their ashes were placed in urns which I keep in my bedroom on the dresser. It is no problem to dust them once a week, which sure does beat driving out to the cemetery twice a year. Sign me — J.B. in N.Y. Dear J.B.: Since you have figured it out in a way that suits you, it should be of no concern to anyone else. Dear Ann Landers: I have been seeing a wonderful man for several months. I have known for a long time that he is wearing a hairpiece. Our relationship is progressing to the point where I am sure we will be intimate soon. I am concerned about the hairpiece. Will he keep it on at all times? If he removes it, should I act surprised? If it needs combing, should I offer to do it? Please give me some guidelines. I am at a loss as to what to do or say. — TNT Situation Dear TNT: There is nothing you need do or say. Leave the ball in his court. If the time should come when he appears without the hairpiece, don't make a big deal out of it. Ann Lanctar* (R) Copyright 1003 Creator* Syndicate, Inc. Announcements policy The Times runs wedding and engagement announcements without cost on a space- available basis. Photo size and story length will be determined by the editor. Brides desiring placement of a larger photo have the option of paving $75 for wedding announcements and $35 for engagement announcements. Payment is due at the time the story and photograph are submitted. Wedding announcements must be submitted within two months following the wedding. Engagements Baker — Beene Mr. and Mrs. David E. Baker of Kerrville announce the engagement of their daughter Cheryl to Paul David Beene of Piano. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Beene of Piano. The bride-elect is a graduate of Tivy High School and is a senior at Baylor University. The prospective groom is a graduate of Texas A&M University and is employed by Sperry Sun Oil Drilling Services in Lafayette, La. Pendleton — Siminski James D. and Martha Pendleton of Kerrville announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Virginia to Brian Siminski. He is the son of Joseph Siminski of Georgetown and Patricia Siminski of Round Rock. The bride-elect is a junior at Schreiner College. The prospective groom is a college graduate. A Jan. 8 wedding is planned at the Meadows Chapel at Hill Country Youth Ranch. BRIAN SIMINSKI & VIRGINIA ANNE PENDLETON PAUL BEENE & CHERYL BAKER Herrera — Ayala P. Efren Herrera and Luz Aurelia A. De Hen-era of Chihuahua, Mexico announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Luz Aurelia to Daniel Ayala of Austin. He is the son of Ralph and Victoria Ayala of Kerrville. The bride-elect is a computer science major at the University of Texas at El Paso. The prospective groom is a graduate of San Antonio College, and the University of Texas at Austin. He is employed by IBM in Austin. A March 19 wedding is planned at Divina Providencia LUZ HERRERA & DANIEL AYALA Church in CD Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Quinceaneras Garza Reynalda R. Garza celebrated her fifteenth birthday with a mass at Notre Dame Catholic Church Saturday, followed by a reception and dance at the Knights of. Columbus Hall. Garza is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arturo A. Garcia and the late Reynaldo Garza. She is a freshman at Tivy High School. .She was escorted by Brian Delgado, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Larson. REYNALDA R. GARZA The Hill Country Education Council presents DIABETES: Trends & Treatments Saturday, November 13,1993 7:45am to 4:00pm Municipal Auditorium 910 Main Street, Kerrville This conference is for health care professionals and anyone interested in learning about new trends and treatments for Diabetes. Topics include: NEW THERAPIES PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE DIABETIC DIETARY GUIDLINES FOR THE DIABETIC IMPACT OF JUVENILE ONSET DIABETES ON THE CHILD AND FAMILY DIABETIC LEARNING NEEDS & TEACHING STRATEGIES 63 Contact Hours Approved by TNA Tuition: $20 for licensed attendees $10 for non-medical attendees $ 5 for students Pre-registration Required Contact: Martha Carlson, RN (210) 257-0625 Wedding Anderson — Conway Nancy Lee Anderson became the bride of Dr. John Evert Conway on Friday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Fort Worth in a candlelight ceremony with Dr. Barry Bailey officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lowell Anderson of Kerrville. The groom is from Dallas. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of white silk shantung designed within Jim Hjelms' private collection. The sculptured bodice, embellished with an overlay of bridal pearls and sequins, featured an off the shoulder neckline. From a basque waistline the full skirt swept into a chapel length train. The gown was trimmed in heavily beaded Venetian and chiflli lace on the sleeves and motifs over the skirt. She carried a white cascad- MRS. JOHN EVERT CONWAY ing bouquet of white roseiji, orchids, and stephonotis blossoms. A reception at the Petroleum Club of Fort Worth followed the ceremony. Out-of-town guests came from Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Houston, Florida, Minnesota, Dallas, and Kerrville. The bride is a 1977 graduate of Tivy High School and received her B.S. degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the charge nurse of the operating room at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. The groom is a graduate of the University of Texas Medical School in Houston. The couple hosted a weekend of post nuptial events Nov. 5-6. Guests gathered at Billy Bob's of Texas with Reba McEntire performing. Saturday there was a round of golf for the men at Mira Vista Country Club and a luncheon was held for the women at Michael's Southwestern Cuisine restaurant. The events led up to a dinner reception. Following a honeymoon to the Fiji Islands and New Zealand, the couple is at home in Fort Worth. Holiday recipes needed for annual cookbook As we prepare for the holidays, our thoughts turn to the wonderful aroma of grandnx/s kitchen at Christmas-time, and the taste-tempting roast turkey, pumpkin pie and delicious Christmas cookies, all served with love. Food is a big part of our holiday traditions and memories. As this very special season approaches, the Kerrville Daily Times ii|> asking readers to send in their favorite recipes for holiday dishes. We'd like recipes for main dishes, vegetable dishes, salads, desserts, candies and cookies. We'd also lil|.e some recipes suitable for food gifts, and recipes that lend themselves to buffet service. Send your recipes to: Lifestyle Editor, Kerrville Daily Times, P.O. Box 1428, Kerrville, Texas 78029. Recipes will be included uv an upcoming holiday cookbook in the Times. s" *\ the newest member of the Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce! PHOTOGRAPH! CS UNIQUE DOUBLE IMAGE HOME AND STUDIO PORTRAITS WEDDING, SENIORS, ETC. NORTH POINT PLAZA 1600 HARPER ROAD, SUITE 109 KERRVILLE, TEXAS (210) 895-1115 10-6 MONDAY-FRIDAY SATURDAY/EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT sponsored by: Daily lies