Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 4, 1971 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, June 4, 1971
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Cummins-Perdval Promised Said In Methodist Nuptials at Liberal Garden City Tclcgr Friday, June 4, 1971 Sandra Jean Cum minis became the bride of Timothy William Percdval at 11 a.m. May 29 in the First United Methodist Church, Liberal. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Howard E. Cummins, Liberal. The bridegroom's parents aire Mr. and Mrs. Loren Percivai, 301 W. Edwards. The Rev. Vem Livengood received their double-ring vows. Altar decoration.? were white tapers and bouquets of daisies. Mrs. Eugene Graber. organist, played "More," "I Believe," "Bridge Over Troubled Waters," "He," -and traditional wedding marches. The bride's sister, Chris Cummins of Liberal, served as maid of honor. Best man was Gerald Herzberg, Wichita. Mike and Mark Percivai, brothers of the bridegroom, seated guests. Lee Lusk of Milwaukee, Wise., the bride's cousin, was ringbearer. Flower girl was Hairriett Ann Farmer, Liberal. The bride's sister, Kaitfay Cummins, and tlhe bridegroom'* sister. Tanya Perci- vai, were taperilighters. The bride was given in marriage by her farther. Her gown of white brocade featured an empire waist with valeciennes lace trim. Full length French puffed sleeves of white organza were'trimmed at the elbow and wrist with the same lace. She wore a chapel-length veil heid by a Juliette cap trimmed in valeciennes lace and fresh daisies. She carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies and white baby's breath. The maid of honor's floor- length gown of soft yellow satin feaitured an empire waist and long ful sleeves caught at the wrists with white lace interwoven with yellow (ribbon. He Juliette cap was trimmed in the same lace. She carried a bouquet of yellow .and white daisies. . The camdileligihters wore '•'; identical soft yellow satin dresses with scoop necklines and puffed «ihort sleeves. They also wore yellow ribbon puffs , in.-tiheiar hair, and wrist corsages of daisies. The flower girl wore a fljoor- lengfih dress of sheer white voile wiitih white flocked daisies over yellow satin. She cair- rie'd a basket of dasies. The bride's mother wore a mint gireeni knit dress wi/fch matching coat and white accessories, and the mother of the bridegroom ware a yellow linen dress wifli a white lace coat and wfaite accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of white daisies with trim to match their dresses. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. William Altman of Wichita and Mrs. Gene B. Lusk, Milwaukee, rner QUICK AND EASY MUFFIN BURGERS * Mrs. J. W. Hamibleton Imperial Rt. 1 pound ground beef Va pound sausage meat 1 cup seasoned prepared bread-stuffing mix 1 cup canned applesauce V\ cup sweet pickle relish 1 tablespoon instant minced onion 1 teaspoon salt Vt teaspoon pepper 1 egg beaten MR. AND MRS. TIMOTHY W. PERCIVAL (Sandra Jean Cummins) Wise., assisted at the reception in the home of the bride's parents. The ithree-'tieried wedding cake was decorated with yellow and white daisies. The tiers were separated with Grecian columns. Yellow tapers entwined with daisies also decorated the table. Mrs. Terry Percivai, • sister- in-law of the bride, presided at the guest lowed the book. A buflet reception. M- Honored guests included the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mils. H. B. Lusk of Wellivffle, and' Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cummins of Kansas City; and the bridegroom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Alen, Garden City. Other guests from Garden City were Miss Aurel Burtis and Mr. and Mrs. Tenry Pareival. The bride's going-away dress was ia .Sheer white peasant dress with colored embroidery trim and'she wore a corsage of white daisies. The couple Will be at home at 1321 Harrdison St. Topefca, alter a honeymoon ait the family cabin .at Lake Palmer, Colo. The bride is a spring graduate of Liberal High School and will begin Court Reporters School in Topeka on Sept. 16. The bridegroom was graduated from Garden City High School in 1969, and attended Seward County Community Junior College while working at National Beef Packing Co. He will be employed by Aristo Kanses Meat Packers at Hoi ton. Combine ingredieiiits in « large muting bowl- Mix well and let stand 30 minutes.. Spoon meat mixture into 12 lightly- greased muffin tos. Bake at 350 degrees 20 to 25 minutes. Ssrves 6. Loyal Workers Club Meets for Luncheon Loyal Workers Club met .alt the home of Mrs. Ina Huckstadt, 2202 3rd, for a luncheon. The 11 members present ait- swered roll call with a household hint. Decorations were garden flowers. • ANN LANDERS SAYS Unlocked Door Invites Intruder Recreation was Rose Naab. led 'by Mrs. Gifts were received by Miss Donna Goss and Mmes. Alma Hays, Sefflh Ernest, A. L. Hebrew, Fern West, Lula Bergman, Naab and Opal Smith. Also present were Mrs. Fred Brown, Mrs. Henry GUlan and Mrs. Ina Huckstadt. The next meeting will bo at noon June 18 at the home of Miss Goss, 1115 N-. 7th. ; MR, AND MRS. EDWIN E. LING JR. (Ina Jean Euck) Buck-Ling Nuptial Vows Repeated in Leoti Rites Pressing Techniques Demonstrated During Extension Unit Lessons The Rev. Eugene Kinney officiated in the double-ring ceremony uniting Ina Jean Buck and Edwin E. Ling Jr. in marriage Thursday. Rites were performed May 20 at 2 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church in Leoti. Parents of the couple .are Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Buck of Leoti and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Ling of Rochester, N.Y. Merjory DeVries of Belver- dere, S.D. played traditional wedding, music and accompanied soloist Robbie Gilger who sang "Whither Thou Goest" and "The Lord's Prayer." , The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown she had fashioned of peau de sole featuring a scoop neckline, wide cuffs trimmed with lace and a band of lace waistline. at the empire DEAR ANN . LANDERS: I live in Los Angeles in a high- class apartment building with a well-guarded entrance and electronic devices to catch people who don't belong there. I mention this so you will know why I do not feel it is necessary to lock and bolt the front door. You see, I was raised in Norfolk, Nebraska, and nobody ever locked their doors in Norfolk. I married in 1936 and we lived for many years in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Nobody locked their doors there, either. My problem is a woman in this building. She has a habit of coming into my apartment without knocking; Yesterday I stepped out of the Bathtub and nearly bumped into her. She was standing in-the. doorway. "Oh," she said, "No. wonder you couldn't hear me. The water was running." Two. .weeks ago I was taking a nap and when I woke up I found her in the kitchen. She hiad come to XMTOW a cup of sugar. , How can I break this woman of this rude habit? Please don't tell me to lock the door. I am too old to change my ways. Thank you.—L.A. Lady Dear L.A.: So you're too old to chapge your ways? Well, if you don't change your ways you might not get any older. Los Angeles isn't Norfolk, and it's not Grand Rapids either. And 1971 isn't 1936. So get with it, Lady, before you meet girl is pregnant. 14 years old, and lives in this building. She iterally threw herself at my Albert. Last summer the little tramp came over here wearing a half ara and shorts cut up to her neck. I never saw anything like it The girl was as fully developed as any 20-year-old Swedish actress. Once when I saw her plunk herself down on my son's lap I phoned her mother and told her to keep that little sex-pot at home. Albert is nearly 21 and I suppose he should have known better, but alter all, man is not made of wood. I say the girl., and her mother aire to blame. Please print my advice to other mothers with good looking sons: If you see something like this happening under your nose, get in there and break it up.—Heartsick In White Plains STARUGHT-STAMBIGHT mSTSTAEISEETONIG I WISH VWi/«fcou/d«h«w«fcr ERVER WNSTAB! STAR «U* DIAMOND! A SKY BLUE STAR PLUS THE- BRILLIANCE OF ' A DIAMOND! OWM A "ttXJNC IOVE" GAY NITERS Gay Niters EHU had! its May meeting a* the home of Mrs. Clyde Mercer, 901 Center. Eight members were present with Mrs. Robert Tyson presiding. A demonstration on pressing was presented by Mrs. Edward Pennebaker. She explained differences in materials and pressing techniques, and the kinds' of equipment available now. Patterns for making pressing tools were distributed. After the demonstration, & seam roll was presented to the hostess. Members answered roll call with summer plans. Next meeting of the unit is a family picnic Aug. 23. GARDEN CITY GALS Garden City Gals EHU met recency at the home of Mrs. Ralph Germiann, 2002 Downing Rd. The unit heard a talk on Cheese given by Mrs. Kenneth Romesburg. Mrs. Romesburg presided over the meeting for seven members. Betty Carlson was a guest. Roll call was answered with the name of a favorite flower. The unit's next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Dayton Cox, 617 N. 10th. 21 'ERS A fashion quiz was given at the May meeting of 21'ers EHU at the home of Mrs. Robert Majors, Rt. 1. The quiz was in conjunction with the lesson 'What Are They Wearing?" iven by Mrs. Majors. Assisting hostess was Mrs. lobert Unruh. Mrs. Robert 'rossland presided. The eight members present answered roll call by describing an unusual wedding. Mrs. Harold Parkin received ;he hostess gift. A secret sister gift was given to Mrs Robert 'rossland. May activities of .the club include a skating party May 4, and selling balloons at the Flea Harket. The district meeting Hay 6 was attended by Mmes. 3arold, Partin, Robert Majors, Alan Bayer and Robert Cross- and. The next meeting will be Tune 15 in the home of Mrs. lobert Unruh, 1712 Janice jane. HARMONY Harmony EHU saw a demonstration on pressing at its May meeting in the home of Mrs. Earl Cook. Mrs. Glen Haas, who presented the ' lesson, stated that persons who sew at home need to use pressing tools. A pressing cloth should always be used to * prevent shine, she added. The EHU Christmas show has been scheduled the first part of November. Fun. Night is planned for July 28. Mrs. Henry Stowers received the hostess gift. The 10 members present an- poem titled "Grandma's Kitchen." The next meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. June 18 at the home of Mrs. Addie Thompson, 1024 N. Main. PRAIRIE HENS Prairie Hens EHU opened its May meeting with the club 'Collect. The meeting was in the tome of Mrs. Larry Rupp, 911 N. Conkling. Mrs. Robert Peat received the hostess gift -and Mrs. Rupp received a secret sister gift. Mrs. Peat was assisting^hostess. Six memlbers were present, with Mrs. Robert Pollmian presiding. Roll call was answered with the name of a favorite artist. The unit was host to social event May 27. The unit's next meeting will be June 15 at the < home of Thada Sharpe, 311 N. lOth. Assisting hostess will be Shirley Brungiardt. ersona aragrap fid swered roll plans. Mrs. call with vacation Herbert Mickel presided and Mrs. Charles Staley gave the devotions, a PERFECT SYLVANIA QOLOR TV SET FOR TOE BEDROOM.» OR ANY BOOM IN YOUR HOME! Sylvania color bright SS^picture tube has 185 sq. in. viewable area (JL9"diag. meas.). This model features a "cool running" Gibraltar™ chassis for reliable performance. AFC ensures a perfectly tuned picture at the touch of a button. Excellent sound from a 5" oval speaker. Deluxe- Walnut grained vinyl-on-wood composition cabinet. Roll-about tart oi bedroom stand optional, extra. Sylvania model CX78W. TV RECEPTION SIMULATED TM—Trodtmork Sylvonia Eltclrlc Praducli Inc. ARNOLD'S TV & SOUND 220 N. Main ARNOLD PARTIN—OWNER 275-5911 Women of the Moose To Install Officers Women of .the Moose, Chapter 916, will install officers at 2 p.m. June 13 ait an open meeting. Dates for installation and practice were announced at the chapter's meeting Tuesday at the Lodge home, West Highway 50. Practice was set for June 9 after the chapter night meeting. Mrs.. Frank Morris, senior regent, presided for the 15 members present. Mrs. Bob Quint and MTS- Van DeHarft were enrolled into membership. Mrs. Tony Brungairdlt won the door prizes. Calendar of Sochi Events FRIDAY SENIOR CITIZENS ASSN.—6:30 p.m., potluck supper. Civic Center. Bring covered dish and service. Creraldlne Knox Dance students will perform. SUNDAY DEMCHLAYS — 9 to 12:30 registration for area, conclave. Masonic Temple. Evening meeting open to public at 7 p.m. MONDAY ELKS LADIES BRIDGE OLUB— 2 p.m. Elks Home. Guests. TUESDAY LINCOLN GOODWILL EIKU — 1:30 Mrs, W. A. MiMer, 14,11 N. Main. GOLDEN VAJLLEfY EMU — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Jess 'Murdock, 903 N. 7th. , Mrs. J. M. Martin, 2308 .N. 3rd, returned Monday from a weekend in' Ottawa. She visited with v two * sisters and attended .cpmmiehcement exercises ait Ottawa University, Where .she graduated in 1913. . , Mrs. Ken Hagler, 803 Pat's Dr., and Mrs. Ralph Patterson, Eminence Et, will be hi Newton for. a meeting .of the state Board of Directors ot£ the Kansas Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs Saturday. Mrs. Hagleris a member of the state board and Mrs. Patterson is president of the local BPW Club. Mrs. Charles Remaley, 1008 Conkling, will enter Veterans Administration Hospital in Wichita Monday for major surgery. Liberal Site of Bridal Courtesies Sandra Jean Cummins was honored at a recent bridal showers preceding her marriage to Timothy Percivai May 29 at Liberal. She was feted at a lingerie shower given by Claudette Padyme and Barbara Barber, Liberal, on May 24. Her mother Mrs. Howard E. Cummins amid Mrs. Loren Percivai were among the guests. On May 20, Miss Cummins Was honored at ' a come-and- go shower at the home of Mrs. Richard Farmer, Liberal. Among the guests from Garden City were Mrs. Percivai and Mrs. Everett Allen, grandmother of the bridegroom. Other festivities included the rehearsal dinner May 28 at Liberal Country Club given by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Percivai, 301 W. Edwards. The ffloor-lengith bridal veil of lace-trimmed illusion was fashioned by her mother. She carried a cascade of orange gam melias. • The bride's attendants wore identical floor-length flamingo gowns of serrano. Each carried a single gammelia. Royalene Buck, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Karen Summers and Bernice Buck, also sisters of the bride, were bridesmaids. Leanne Shook •and Joyce Gordon lit the tapers and Judy Sonderegger served as flower girl. The double-breasted whM» dinner jacket and black trousers worn by the groom were tailored by the bride. Tom Kraustoar of Illinois served as 'best man.. Groomsmen were Doug Halton, Anthony, and David Hamim, West Pakistan. Uslhers' were Dude Sunimers ."of Garden City and George Stickly of .Sterling. Vinice Spnading was the ring bearer.. Carolyn Zellner attended the guestt book. Mary Korf and Mary Selby presided at the gift table. Alt 'the reception following the ceremony, Mrs. Ruby Downs, aunt of the bride, served wed ding cake and Mrs. ConnSe Barnum poured punch. Others assisting were Mrs. Beverly Spradling and Mrs. Carolyn Zellner. The newlyweds arc at home in Wichita. somebody in your kitchen who did not come to borrow a. cup of sugar. • •' * * .*••" DEAR ANN LANDERS; Today is a sad one for me— maybe the saddest in my life. My son was placed under, arrest for "cortbrtbutiiig to the delinquency of a minor." The Beef is one of the most completely digestible and utilized foods so it can be included in tine diets of everyoni&. Dear W.P.: There will always be sex-pots—and the age bracket is getting lower. My ueistdon is this: What's with a 0-year-old man that he would e fooling around with a 14- ear-old girl? He has to be an diot. Your Albert needs coun- eling and you could use some, oo, Mom. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: e live in a small community. \Iy husband and I have some close friends who are as dear 10 us as if they were sister and >roitiher. We aire very hurt because they have not yet seen our new grandchild. The baby s four months old. They say they are waiting for an invitation. We do not feel that an invitation need be extended. What is your opinion? —For Peace Dear Peace: When a baby is born it is customary for friends 36 wait a few weeks, then shone the new parents and i say, "We'd like to come by amd see the baby. Is tomorrow night convenient?" (It is also customary to bring a little ~ gift.) If this couple is as close as you say I can't understand why they haven't done so. Good manners is also common sense. £*..*. Unsure of yourself on dates? What's right? What's wrong? Should you? Shouldn't you? Send for Ann Landers' booklet Dating Do's And Don'ts," enclosing with your request 35c in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Patricia Ann Htinz Heinz-dbbrny Mr. arid - Mrs. Robert E. , Heinz, 905 Saffiord; are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to- Ken Obpmy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Oborny, Timken. . • Miss Heinz is a graduate of Garden City High School >and presently is attending Fort Hays State College. Her fiance is a graduate of Bison High School and is farming in Timken. No wedding date has been set. ame DAVID JAMES is the name given their son by Mr. and Mrs. James Threadgffl, 1118 N. 12fch. He was born May 24. Dr. M. D. Nledeiw Chiropractic Office 111 Mai* Cardo City Hwn 8:30—5:30 1:30—12 Taco John's 305 E. Kansas "The Hottest Spot in Town" TONITE 7:30 & 9:30 "G" MATINif SATURDAY 2:30 ' ' •' the ; deserter PLUS NOW! ENDS SATURDAY Program Rottd "GP" NEW SUMMER HOURS Saturday 8A.M.to10P.M 9A.M.to7P.M V

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