Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on May 27, 1971 · Page 5
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PooeS Garden City Telegram Thursday, May 27, 1971 Cousins Reunite At Burnett Home The home of Kathiryn Burnett, 809 Hackberry, was the site of a family reunion Saturday adtoernoon land Sunday. Miss Burnett and he* brother, D. W. Burnett, were hosts to 14 cousins and in-laws. Guests stayed at Continental Inn and activities included dinner there Sunday. ThU was the firs'; reunion of the cousins in many' years. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. D'avid Burnett and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Franse of Portales, N.M.; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Desisenberger and Mrs. Ralph Calderwood of Kansias Ciiby, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burnett, Mrs. Mabel Bolan, Mrs. Pearl Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis and Sirs. Coda Nicholas of Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Clay Burnett of Fontana; Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Burnett of Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan of Lyndon and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Burnett of Granada, Colo. ANN LANDERS SAYS Hallmark-seeker Cured of Habit DEAR ANN LANDERS'. Several weeks ago you printed a letter about a woman who had a habit that annoyed many hostesses. Mrs. dodsville considered herseM an authority on fine silver and china. Whenever" she attendied a tea, a lunch or a dinner, she examined every- , v thing as if she were appraising it for sale. This reminded me of a priceless story which is true. My moitlher tells it about her late sister-in-law. It was not uncommon for Aunt Elizabeth, while visiting for .the first time in the home of a new acquaintance, to take a magnifying glass from her purse and hunt for a hallmark on a piece of silver i NeedJiess to Say the hostesses were appalled by her bad manners. One day my moltlher and « Mend decided to teach Aunt Elizatoeith a lesson. They took her to a tea in the home of a RadteWfe classmate who had moved from Boston to Virginia. They told Auntie .about the woman's lovely heirloom possessions. They also tipped off the hostess. When tea time came, my mother saw to it that my aunt "This Appraiser," was the first one alt the tea talble. As everyone expected, she furtively turned the plate over to see the marking. In large block let- tens she read the message which had been pasted on: "WE KNEW YOU'D LOOK". Aunt Elizabeth was 00 mortified she never looked again after that. — Weston, Mass. know he musit hear me. He isn't deal. Bis patience and understanding has made me truly ashamed. Now his snoring no longer bothers me. It's al a matter of adjusting one's thinking — 'and since I've become a snorer, my thnmitoiinig hais adjusted considerably.—Joined The Banks Dear Joinied: Who would have imagined that snoring could make closer bedlfeMows? Thanks for writing. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: When I married my husband seven years ago he was converted to my religion. By his own admission it was no great sacrifice s<nce he had no feeing about religion one way or another. I have been trying to get pregnant for five years. Six months ago my husband and I decided to adopt. We were interviewed by two agencies connected with our church. When the social worker asked about our religious convictions my husband said he was an atheist —>that religion was a crutch for weaklings. I was embarrassed to dealth but'there was no stopping him. We did not get a baby. We are being interviewed next monitih by another agency. I'm afraid if my husband continues to talk along these lines we wil lose oult again. Any 'suggestions? — Empty Nursery Dear E.N.: Not al adoption Marker-Durham Promises Made N*tti« Rempel-Wiebe The engagement of Nettie Rempel of Hilsboro to Ted Wiebe, Eminence Rt., has been announced in Hillsboro. - Miss Rempel is a secretary at the Mennonite Brethren Missions and Services office in HiMisboro. Mr. Wiebe farms '20 miles northeast of Garden City. A late summer wedding is planned. Dinah Ka* Korf Korf-Eden Mi*, 'and Mrs. Jim Korf of Ingalls announce the engagement .and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dinah fcae, to J. Robert Eden. He lathe son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Eden of Oaney. Miss Korf is a graduate of Ingalls High School and is employed at Thomas Implement in Ciimiarron. Mr. Eden is a graduate of Caney High School aind Kansas State College, Pittsburg. He has been a coach and teacher in the Ingalls schools and will be in the Dexter schools next year. The wedding will be July 24. Calendar of Soc/a/Evenfs THURSDAY ODD FELi/>W LODGE — t p.m. IOOF Hall, 203V 2 N. Main, FRIDAY NEIGHBORLY NBIGKBORS CLUB— 2 p.m. Mm Fern West, 403 DAUGHTERS OF AMEKKJAN Dear Wes: A painful cure, but she bad it coming. Thanks for a delightful utory. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: May I have the last world on snoring? For years my husband ^snored Suiter miittentiy — when he had a cold, too much to drink or was exitreniely tired. It happened eight,or tsn times a year. I'd toss and turn, give are church affiliated. Your, best bet is try one of those. •/ •• <' •-;•-, 'Extra Grade'Label Means Qua I ity Control H you're a label reader, you know that if you buy nonlat dry milk with added vitamins A and D, you'll get al the pro- tain, vitamins, and minerals of fresh whole milk. For the best quaiiilty nonlat dry milk, look for the worlds "extra grade" on the package. It meets sitiring- enib, quality control requirement for butterJait, mofflstaxie, acidity, solublity, x flaibor, and other quality factors. Most of the instant nonfat dry milk on the market is top quality . . . or: "Exta Grade." The First United Methodist Church was *he sietting for'the May 15 wedding of Shirley Kay Marker and Daniel Dean Dunham, 1907 N. Main. The Rev. Leonard dark officiated in the double ring ceremony at 2 p.m. ,., The bride- is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marker, 1506 "A." Mr. Dunham's parents are deceased. Altar, decorations were white flowers, •' • t Nancy Lederer sang '-One Hand, One Heart." Organist wiais Peggy Stower. The bride was given fa marriage by her father and mother. She wore an empire gown of silk organza over satin with salbrina portrait neckline and full bishop sleeves with wide lacie cuffs. The sleeves were decorated with Mecon lace bows with pearls matching the trim on the bodice.; A removable watteau chapel train encircled with lace completed the en? : steimble. She wore « pearl necklace given to her by ttie bridegroom, and carried an arrangement of white carnaition*; The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Lee Richardson of Colby, was matron of honor. Glenda Ashby and Carol Marker, sister, of the. bride, were bridesmaids. The attendants wore floor- length gowns of lilacv crepe and matching picture Each carried, * basket of white and lilac flowers. Alison Deaver served a» flower girl. She wore a white Hoor4enigith dress trimmed in lilac, and carried * basket of white rose petals;. Mike Dunham, nephew of the groom, set-ved a* rinigbe.arer. The bride's sister, MaralimeV Sue Miarker, and her cousin, Lynn: (Marker tapers. MR. AND MBS. DANIEL DEAN DUNHAM (Shirley Kay Marker) -orner FROZEN FRUIT COCKTAIL Mrs. John \V. Jones 410 N. 3rd, Box 796 1 cup water 1 cup sugar 1 cam (12-ounce size) frozen lemonade 1 can (No. 2) crushed pineapple 5 large bainanats, peeled and sliced Lemon-lime carbonated beverage Combine waiter and sugar. Bring to boiling point, stirring until sugar is dissolved.' Add frozen, undiluted lemonade, stirrimg until dissolved. Add pineapple, pineapple juice and bananas. Mix lightly but thoroughly. Freeze until firm. (Lemonade keeps the bananas irom turning black.) Remove irom freezer about 15 minutes before serving and let stand at room temperature. Spoon into sherbert glasses. Pour lemon- lime carbonated beverage on top. Serve as an appetizer. Best man was Kenneth Mulligan, Groomsmen were Lee Richardson of Colby arid the bride's cousin, Jeff Marker. , Tom' McBride' of Leoti and Rex Oberheinv seated guests, l. A reception in Fellowship Hall followed the ceremony. The threie-layer cake was deco< rated with a fountain of lilac water in the center, tapped with three wedding bells. of -Scott City, lit the WSCS Circles End Year's Study him a kick elbow in in the leg or an side. Then I'd drag my pillow and blanket'to the living room and spend the night on the couch. The next morning I complained bitterly. Now I snore. In fact I snore so badly at times that I wake myeeM up. My husband has never said one word about it. I (Circles of First United Metti- odist Church finished the study of Psalms during their May meetings. "Out of the Depths" was the study book. RICKNER CIRCLE Ric'kner Circle was entertained by Mrs. Lee Kemper and Mrs. Edith Bennie. Mrs. William Bryant opened the meet- BALL CIRCLE Circle met with Mrs. ing by reading 'Heart Gifts." the poem, REVOIAJTIOIN — 2 p.m. Ml*. 50 8 Le* CLJASS OF '28, '20 Bind '28—7 p.m. Continental Iiui banquet room. For reservations, phone Eva MoCue Stephens, 27« pho -3133, by Wedc MONBA* DUPlfllCJATE BIRIEDGiB GLrtJB — 8 p.m. Civic Center. TUESDAY ELKS COUPLES HRODGB CLUB —7 p.m., covered-dish meal. Elk» Home. A to M, furnish salad or vegetable; N to Z, furnish dessert. SAND HtULS AORT ASSN. — 7:80 p.m. Upstairs Gallery. PtoyMiia -• Holmes wflM demonstrate ma- oramie; visitom welcome. Past Noble Grand Club Pays Tribute Past Noble Grand dub met at the home of Mrs. Robert Taylor, 516 Taylor, Friday. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Earl Robinson, Mrs. R. W. Knight presided for the business session. Mrs. Shirley Siegle, assisted by Mrs. Taylor, paid memorial tribute to four departed members. •••" ' ....v -. . Mrs. Myrtle WMtehead gave the devotion, using as her theme, "Love Is the Balance Wheel." The swriipture wa» taken from John 4. .A gaing-away- gilt was presented to Mrs.; Taylor. She and her husband wM be moving to Arizona in the near rotate. Refreshments were served by the hostesseg. SPL3SH 0) CO Q. CO • I Q. (0 •' CO CO • X CO 3 0. Cp SPL3SH- H3PPY prinT... 10.99 Scoop up compliments in a pared down bikini of quick-drying 100% acrylic. Added attraction: whimsical dog-ear bows. Choose it in tan-flattering wild color combos. Sizes 8 to 14. master charge Homer Campbell. Mrs., Clifford Burrows and Mrs. Ray Mann assisted. Fourteen members reported nine fellowship and 10 sick calls. Mrs. Gerald Bumgarner gave devotions and Mrs. Kenneith Henderson directed tba lesson on the 23rd Psalm. Mms. Leonard dark and Mrs. Gail Squires were guests. VOTH CIRCLE Mns. Claude Harfcness was hostess to 13 members of the Voth Circle, reporting two fellowship and eight sick calls. Mrs. Ramon Schmidt gave devotions and Mrs. Richard HemKLe presented the lesson. • Mrs. Stewart Bigelow became a new member. ERHART CIRCLE Erhart Circle met in the •home of Mrs. Harold Long. Co- hostesses were Mrs. Donald Taldo and Mrs. David Craft. Mrs. Joe Hope used the theme "Thine is the Kingdom" in presenting the lesson, assisted by Mrs. Forrest Good, Mrs. Donald Taldo and Mrs. Ruth Ruckel. Sixteen members were present, with Mrs. Jerry Schmidt becoming a new member. MAYO CIRCLE Mrs. Ovid Barman was hos- to sixteen members of Mayo Circle. Mrs. Leon Ramsey gave devotions using excerpts from Psalms. Mrs. Clifford Mayo presented the lesson, pointing out that • some Psalms can apply to individual needs. < Nineteen fellowship and 14 sick calls were reported. MCMILLAN. CIRCLE McMillan Circle met in the home of Mrs. A. E. Cook: Mrs. Earl Brooks was assistant. "The Psalms of Thanksgiving" was the theme used by Mrs. Venn Towns, who directed the lesson. Several versions of the 23rd Psalm in different languages and cultures were read. Fifteen members reported seven fellowship and 22 sick calls. Mr*. Blanche E. Barneitt became a new member. Mrs. Leonard dark was guest. . Mrs. F. S. Hadley presented the lesson. She listed three unleavened bread, harvest of first fruit and festival of vintage. Eleven members answered roll call with seven fellowship and 35 sock calls. RHODES CIRCLE Mm Leignton Pairbairn was lostess to ;12 members of the Ihodes; Circle. They reported 19 fellowship and 42 sick calls. The Rev. Elmer Boertztnan, guest speaker, spoke on the '.sates and the meed for ( Christians to listen for tha •oice of God. Gueste were Mrs. Gerrude Daivis and the Rev. and Hns>. Elmer Boertztnan of Plum HiU, M. SHELOR CIRCLE ShjeHor Circle was entertained in the home of Mrs., E. T. Crawford, assisted by Mrs. Albe Hubert. Mrs. Lewis Hopkins gave the Lesson, listing three festivals: unleavened bread, harvest of ruits and festival of vintage. Mrs. E-arl Biigg* assisted by reading portions of Psalms. The group then repeated the 23rd Psalm. An open Bible with lighted . angel formed a worship center. In a short business meeting conducted by Mrs. Claude Shelor, members voted to naive a p.m. salad luncheon in June at the home of Mrs. Shelor. Eleven members were present MICHAEL CIRCLE Michael Circle met in the home of Mrs. William Turren- tipe, assisted by Mrs. Joe Benson. Mrs. Leslie Enslow and Mrs. tine, assisted by Mrs. Joe Benson. Mrs. Leslie Enslow and Mrs. Frank Kotosal directed a lesson based on Psalms for 19 members. Mrs. Michael presented • collection of colored pictures, with appropriate Psalms for each picture. Sixteen fellowship and 117 sick cals were ireponted. Mrs. Michael Huff was guest. Mrs. Carol Anderson became a member. HESS CIRCLE Hess Cirdie met in Wesley Hal. at First United Methodist Church, with Mr*. Darwin Riggs and Mrs. L. M. ; Largent as hostesses. Eleven members reported 16 fellowship and 56 sick calls. • Mrs. Cecil Raker gave in* ilesson and Mrs. Largent gava devotions. • .' "• •• - ;The meeting closed with the group repeating Ps. 27. DOUGLASS CIRCLE Douglaas Circle met in the country home of Mrs. John Haiwk with Mrs. Charles Wai- tens as co-hostess. . Mrs. H. P. Woertendyke open the meetji^g with a prayer. The group saing a hymn,. led by Mrs. John Wampler and Mrs. Waiters' at tfie piano. Eighteen members were presiertt. Mrs. WampJetr directed devotions and a lesson on Psalms. Nineteen felowship and 43 sick cals were reported. Mus. Gertrude Davis, WSCS president, was guest. . WHITE CIRCLE White Circle met in the home of Mrs. John Archibald with Mra. Dick Smith 1 «s co- bastes*.' '" , • ; Mrs. Ernest Proudfiit presented the lesson on Psalms and a general discussion followed. Mrs. Lee Pucfcett gave devotionis. Twelvte member* , were present. In June, flw group wil have a covered-dislh dinner ait 6:30 p.m. alt the home of Mrs. R. G. Greajthouse. Beauceants Plan Podge City Visit Garden City Assembly No. 170 Social Order of the Beau- ceant met Monday in the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Roy Kurz presided for the 17 members present. The assembly was invited to be guests of Dodge City Assembly, No. 12 on June 12 when Mrs. Warren M. Brown will make her official visit. Dinner wil be at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting at.8 p.m. in Dodge City Masonic Temple. Mrs. Guy L. Page, Supreme worthy first vice president, requested that Garden City Assembly receive her April 24, 1972 for her official visit. Officers presented the memorial service for Mrs. Emily D. Bennett and Mrs. George Howell. Members were asked to bring ideas for favors for the Kansias breakfast at Supreme Assembly in Los Angeles in September. Sixteen officers and members had a covered-dish dinner at the Robert Snyder home May 20, as a courtesy to Mrs. K. C. Sttodgnass. Assisting ait. the reception were Mrs. J. P. Oberheim, Mrs. Gene Kekh and Diana Marker, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Daniel Tope and Debbie Johnson ; attended the gifts and the guest book. Mrs. Elva Marker, grandmother of the bride, was an honored guiest. The bride is a 1970 graduate of Garden City High School and is a secretary for Donald L. Wallace. The bridegroom was graduated from Garden City High School and attended Kansas , State University, Manhattan. He is employed at Morris Feed Yard. The couple will be at home n Garden Ciby after a short wedding trip. * * * Quality of Eggs Shown By Grading on Label M you'r* concerned about the quality of the eggs you buy, check the label to find the grade. And size has nothing to do with the grade. There are three standards of quality—AA .(or Fresh Fancy), A, and B. These grades are applied to cartons of eggs packaged in plants operating under the Federal-State cooperative grading program.. In Garden City for Marker-Dunham Vows Out-of-town guests tor the wedding of Shirley Kay Marker and Daniel Dean Huntem May 15 were Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Nordin, North Platte, Neb.-, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walter and sons, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marker, Hutchinson; Dorothy Newton, Independence. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunham and sons. Central City Neb.; Mrs. Richard Sehreib- vogel, Holcomb. Other guests were Mrs. Jim McBride, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cudney, Rita Rae Cudney, all of Leoti; Glenna M. Foster, Bev Marker,Elva Marker, Mrs. Addie Strickler, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Gay Marker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baby Contest Set By Gam ma Mus Gamma Mu chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha will sponsor its "Baby Beautiful" contest again this year, with Mrs. Kenneth Ochs as chairman. The chapter met Monday in the Combine Room of the Wheat Lands Mouel. Mrs. Ochs, newly-elected president, was hostess. Co-hostess was Mrs. Gerald Hanson, newly-elected treasurer. Mrs. Norman Nalson presented the chapter with $112 received from a booth at the Telegram's Flea Market and a garage sale' at her home. Mrs. John Jameson, rush chairman, asked for names of prospective rusheos. The chapter's rush season begins soon'. The chapter presented a gift of appreciation to Mrs. Don Ploger, outgoing pwsidant. Gamma Mu chapter won th« state Outstanding Chapter Award under Mrs. Ploger'I Protein Foods Cost Half of Food Budget You probably spend your food dollar differently than your neighbor spends his. But both families spend about one-half of their food budget for meat, milk, and eggs—the protein foods. That's a pretty large part of the food budget, so you will do well to buy 'these foods very carefully. Take advantage of specials when you buy your protein foods. And it's a good idea to know your meat cuts— whether beef, pork, or'lamb- to make the most of your protein dollar. • ^"^ I vH Mriode o'day^ 209 N. Main , fro* qarv $1795 . ••ixtf M»«.V//\fA I W GREGORY PECK RICHARD CRENNA. OWIDJANSSEN, TONIGHT! Thru Saturday Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Ochs reported on a Zone Planning luncheon they attended Sunday at Ulysses. Secret sisters were revealed with a gift exchange and new names were drawn for the coming year. Frank and Diana, City. all of Scott Munich a<nd Nuernberg ara the two largest cities in the German state, Bavaria. FREE ESTIMATES TELEVISION ANTENNA SERVICE & INSTALLATION MODERN RADIO-TV SERVICE 626 N. 8th 275-525! ROOK HUDSON'S •AIY IRIGADE! Now 6 Mart Days! On* Peffomoiice • p.m. Feature thown at 8:10 "Osbert, I think I hear the phone ringing." "Yes, dear, It's The Vogue Shop calling." "They said to tell you their new spring and summer fashions are in and you'd better get there early for the best selections." JOIN THI CROWD! UARN THC WAYI IN 6ARMN CITY IT 1 * NOW - • • r shop IARLIEST WITH THI LATISTI

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