Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 8, 1971 · Page 5
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Brown-Kells Vows Repeated Pamela Sue Brown and Darcy Lytm Kells were married ait 3 p.m. May 29 in the. First Christian Church of SuWe/tte. The Rev. Floyd Hooper officiated. PiairenitB of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Russell KeUs and Mr. an£ Mrs. Paul Brown of Sublette. Arrtangeimenitis of pink gladiola and purple stock centered by an 'archway of candles entwined wiitlh greenery formed the RiMsng for the ceremony. Greenery wth pdirak and lavender bows lined the aisle. Organ music was provided by Karolyn Kels, sister of the groom. Three solos were sung by Saraflyn Schmidt of SuibleWie. Dee Ann Brown, sister of the brddie, was malid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sonja Lindberg and Tenry MeadHs of Sub- lettie 'amid MereidlMfh Hoppas oi Lakiin. • . / Tapeerlglhtera were Krisiti Kels, siisiter of the groom, and Boy Brown, brotfliar of the bride. Flower girl was Jennifer Meyer, Tulsa, OMa., and ring bearer was Dennis LaRose, Li-nidsborg, bollh cousina of the bride. DomaM Kels, brother of the bridegroom, served as best iran. Groomsmen were Tim Webber, Sublette; Brad Wool- ridige, Ulyisiseis, .and Greg Brad- lield, Garden City. Ustoers were Rex Brown, brother of the bridle and Larry Phoenfix of SuibWfte; arad Tom Gilen and Mark Colger, Gairden Oilty. Handing out rice bags were Julie LaRose of Lindisborg and Vaniesisia RuiHiedige of Subleitite, cousins of thfl bride and bridegroom. The bride, given in marriage by her fatiher, wore ,a gown designed wi*h a.demi-bell silhouette of Viennese lace and organza. The bodice tod >a soft scallop to form Hhe solitaire neckline and trim the shepherdess sleeves. A headpiecie <w8*h- a tiny coronet effect and Viennese petals held the double manMlia vedl 'bordered in matching Viennese trim. She carried >a cascade of pink roses centered by a Oaitlba Leyia Orchid ac- cenited by lavender babys' breath. ' Her laititemianits, taperlglbteins and flower girl wore idenifcicai •staer, lavender rose-ipattierned empire gowns wMi scoop neck and full long sleeves. They wore matching picture bialfas and carried white baskets of pink -and white Miargueriita daisies and purple sea foam sltaitii.ee,' ac- cietnlbed witih white ba ! bys* bneaitlh. • The miolter of Hhe bride wore a pink dresls with matching accessories, and the mother of the bridegroom wore « beige dresis with coordinated vest and iwaitohing aieGessorieis. Eadh was presented a corsaige of pink rosebuds. Mr. -and Mrs. Dennnls Guinn of Artoansais City otitendled *he igueist.book. At the gait table were Kaithy LaRose of Lindis- borg and Jackie Neelay of Jet- Senior Citizens Set Picnic Date Members of Senior Citizen's Club have set June 15 as the [ate for a picnic in Finnup Park. The picnic was announced ait a pot luck supper and club meeting June 4 in the Civic Center. Entertainment following the supper included soft shoe and ap dancing by the students of Mrs. Geraldine Knox. Joe Schmerchek sang a solo and the Golden Songsters performed several numbers. Walter Wolf, president, spoke on the progress of the low-rent lousing. Mrs. Lena Carl, Louis Lobmeyer and Mabel Adams reported' on the conference on aging which they attended May 24 in Manhattan. Four other members Attended the conference. Mrs. C. O. Gercken reported on the Kansas Women for Highway .Salety meeting which sibe attended May 24 in Topeka. SPAGHETTI MACARONI EGG NOODLES Beat the high cost of eating. MR. AND MRS. DARCY LYNN KELLS (Pamela Sue Brown) mom Mmes. Verne Ruitledige, George LalRose;, and Leroy Meyer and Miss Sue Soflze were hostesses for the reception that followed *b» ceremony in the church fellowsihip hall, with members of the Eas*ern Star. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oar rol, Oheyenne Wells, Colo.; Mr. amid Mrs. Don Carrol of Rocky Ford, Goto,.; Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Decker* and Son dra of Pawnee Rock. \ Page S Garden City Telegram Tuesday, June 8, 1971 MANUELITO DOMINGUEZ EMILIANO is the name selected by Mr. and Mrs. Manuel D. Fierro, 1208 E. Ohesnut No. 4, for their son. He Was born May 31. ANGELLA LOUANN is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Patacio, 506 N. 9th Apt. 3, for their daughter. She was born June 5. Ways of Cooking, Using Cheese Explored in Extension Unit Talks KENDRA ANN is the name chosen by. Sgt. and Mrs. Glen Sonderegger, Ft. Lewis, Wash., for their daughter. She was born June 2. Her mother is a former teacher at Jennie Wilson Elementary School and her gffandtaofiber is Mrs. Leona Sonderegger, 1203 Pat's Drive. Johnson Photo Service Donna Marl* Lightrwr Lightner- Kitch Mr. and Mrs. George Light- near, South Star Rt., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna Marie, to Danny Lee Kiltoh. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Kiltch, 16i2 N. Wh. ' The bird«-€ilieot, a 1969 grad- uaige of Garden City High School and a 1971 graduate of Garden City Community Junior College, wMi be a junior at Kansas State University, Man- toaltfan, next fa!. Her fiance, also a graduate of Garden Cilty High School and Garden City Commtaity Jun ior College, will be a senior at K-Staite. Hie is employed ait Pal mer Welding and Manufacturing. NITE FLOWERS M'Other's Day poems and baskets for St. Catherine Hospital havt been prepared by NAte Flowers EHU, and have been prepared by Nite Flowens E'HU, and members also have planned to make raither's Day cards. The unit met for a salad sup- at ^be home of Mrs. U. T. Tapscott, 601 Jones. The six f» 'unlbars pmsent answered roll call wiitlh vacation plans. ng hostess was Mrs. Ron Coiaites, with Mrs. Milburn presftdiinig. Mrs. Frances Waldron, Dallas, Tex., was a guest. Mrs. Heard announced that the Christmas show has been changed to the first of Novem- »er. Fun Night waft be in July'. Mrs. Earl WtoMy reported on jhe amount of money made at the Flea Market, and said the unit haid a good turnout. MIW. Whiteley and Mrs. Curtis Sauer received birthday-sec- reit siisiter gifts. Mrs. Jerry Wenidiker received a hostess The we'ddinig wfll be Aug. in Plymel Union'Church. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Sufokftte High School and Garden City Com- muinity Junior College. Folow- imtgva wedding trtp to Arizona the ciouipto will be at home on the family farm norfthwest of Sublette. Oult-of-town guesifcs were Mr. atod Mrs. Roy Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ohartes Rewetfts and Diaraa, Hatrry Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wilard Eisenlhouir and Steven, of Stafford; Miss Diannia Grahami, Jerry Graham and Ray Harbold of HuAchdinson; Mr. and . Mrs. AJden Draper,. Mrs. Ray Maids-en, Lori and Russell, of Salt Lake C%, Utah; Mir. } and Mra. K. L. Gralbaist, Marcy* and Ellen and Mrs. James Sanders of Aaiinglton, Texas; Mrs, Tom Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George LaRose and family of Landsiborg; Mr. amid Mrs. Leroy Meyer and family of Tulsa, ANNTLANDERS SAYS Government Does Too Much Prying Calendar of Soc/o/ Evenl s WEDNESDAY PROGRESSIVE EHU — It p.m. Mrs. John Roth, Holoomb. HlAIMBOW GIRiLS— 7 p.m. Mfc- sonic Temple. Initiation. PARBNTO WJTHOTJT PARTNERS— 8 p.m., Continental Inn. Dinner meeting. Kpw — 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Kenneth HagHer. 809 Pat'a drive. Covered dish dinner. THURSDAY VFW — • 8 P.STI. Post home. ODD BTEUjOWB— 8 p.m., 208'/4 N. Main. MMRY-MAROTDA. C3UASS PARTY— 2 . Mrs. Oifla Schopif, 1713 FRIDAY OHMPTEIR VIS 1 , P!EX>—1:30 Mrs, Taylor Jones, Holcomb. p.m. Try thinking of CLEAVER CLEANERS as an Samtone DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am ail for human rights, equality and all that Jazz, but the queers are taking over the world and I resent it. This is whait happened to my siisiter last week: Wilmia and her fiance went to the Count House to take out a marriage license yesterdiay. The County Clerk looked at her in a very odd way. She couldn't understand What was wrong. Finally be said, "Are you sure you're a female'?" My sister almost fell over dead. Her fiance was ready to invite the guy outside. She replied, "What in the world are you driving at?" The clerk said, "Last week we bad two gay couples in here toying to get marriage licenses. Lord knows how many of thaw characters have fooled us." "• ' Wilma got so mad she wa« ready to take off her clothes right then and there. Filially , the clerk said, "O.K., but I hope you see my problem". My sister and her fiance got their license but it sure ruined their day. What do you think about this, Ann Landers? How can decent people be protected against such insults?—Another California Eartlhquake Dear Quake: Government is 'already doing too much prying. The County Clerks should toko the marriage applicants' word for it. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: My son is 29 years old and lives with me. His father died ten years ago and I need the room and board money, but I'm beginning to wonder if it's worth it. Nickey makes $132 a week take-home pay. He gives me $80 a month. He gets good breakfasts and big dinners. I do. bis laundry (shirits by. hand) and keep bis suits pressed. He uses the telephone, plenty of hot wa ter, gas, lights, and has a IV in his own room. Nearly every day he ask* me to buy him shaving cream, or blades, mouthwash, toothpaste, a bottle of aspirin, adhesive tape, hair cream or .after-shave—it's always something. He expects all this for his $80 a month. When he has company I am supposed to prepare the re- Sreshmenits and serve them as if I was a maid. Sometimes he doesn't even introduce me. When Nick gets mad he doesn't talk for three days at a time. I'd like your advice on whether I should ask ham to :eave. The heartache isn't worth the extra dollars. — New Jersey Troubles Dear N.J.: Your advice is in flve lasit sentence. I couldn't have said it 'better myself. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: Call my letter "The Confession of A Foolish Mother"—but please print it for other moth* ers Who don't know any better. Our 17-year-old, daughter became pregnant by a 19-year- old boy. Elsie was crazy over Ray and I now believe she got pregnant on purpose. Ray didn't want to get married but practically put a gun to his head. It is one year later and they are both miserable. Ray is never home and Elsie is a nervous wreck. He is a rotten husband and has no interest in 'their little girl. Eventually, Ray will leave for good and I'm beginning to think the sooner the better. I hold myself responsible for this mess. Please tell mothers everywhere that a forced marriage is always a mistake.—Wish I hadn't Dear Wiyh: A word from someone who has been there is worth needing. Thanks for writing. * * * How will you know when the real thing comes along? Ask Ann Landers. Send for her booklet "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The Difference." Send 35c in coin and a long, self- -addressed, stamped envelope with your request. Mus. Sauer presented a lesson on "Cheese—A Plus in Meal Flamming." She pointed out that successful cheese cookery depends on brtef heaiting at a low teimperaiture. The unit's next meeting wdl be -at 7:30 p.m. June 15 at the home of Mais>. Jim Dana, 2306 N. "A". GOLDEN RULE Golden Rule EHU met recently ait the home of Mrs. Hazel Snodgrass, 1406 N. 12th. Mirs. daulse Snodgrass, as sisbing nosteas:, presented a talk on cheese. She pointed out that cheese is made from milk, the most nearly perfect food. Roll call was answered with cheese recipes. Mrs. George Lightner presided over the six members present. The next meeting will be at the home of Janice Kleysteufo- er. Phyllis Stone will be co-hos- Rudy VaJenzuela Barbara Gayle Kreni»l Krenzler-Schuler Mr. and Mirs. Howard A. Krenzel, Leoti, anmoumce the engagement of their niece. Barbara Gayle Krenzel, to John D. Sdhuler. He is Khe son of Mrs. Stela Scihuteu. iamd the late Richard D. Sohuler of Ness City. A Septemiber planned. wedding is SEQUOYAH Sequoyiah EHU met at the home of Mm A. E. Cook, 624 N. llth. Mrs. Charles Ball wais assisting hostess. Mrs. Dale Edelblute presented the lesson on "What Are They Weaning?" She stated that fewer, more carefully chosen garments which make up a weH-coordinatod wardrobe are a better buy thain twice as many half-price clothes bought on impulse. Roll call was answered with a statement about the relationship between dress and, health Mrs. Edellbliuite prasMed over the 10 members present. The next meeting will be ait 2 p.m. June 22 ait the home of Mrs. Don McMillan, Eminence Rt LINCOLN GOODWILL Lincoln Goodwill EHU received recognition for 20 years of Gold Seal achievement on the county level during the dMrict meeting at Rundell and Mrs. Fern West? The unit's May meeting was the home of Clarise Sparks, 1711 Belmont PI. Mrs. Sparks pnesenited a demonstration on "What Are They Wearing?" She divided fashion into three categories — staple, basic and high or true, She afeo stated flhait one should never buy on impuiLse, but rafther with the idea of looking wel-groomed and chic. Membere answered roll call with an idea on the care of clothing. Mrs. H. F. Morgan presided over the 11 members presiemit. Devotions includied "The Gifts of Friends" from Isaiah 63:7, and a prayer from "The Magic of Prayer." Both were given by Mrs. Sparks. Members wished Mra. Lie a good trip to England, where she is visiting relaitives. The Cancer Fund Deceived $2 from the unit. Unit members also are collecting coupons' for retarded cibUdrera. LAZY DAISY Lazy DAISY EHU members heard a lesson on "What Are They Wearing?" presented by Mrs. Beverly Nichols, Hol- oomib. Mirs. Nichols explained staiple, basic 'and Mgh or true aslhiom. The unit's May meeting was Friend School. Mns. Omar VermiiEkm was hostess, wiitih tos. Doris Brock assisting. »residiinig for the nine mem- nans present was Mrs. Melvin k. Members answered roll call with a favorite lower. Devotions included a reading of the Extension Homemakear's Creed. The unit voted to send $5 to the Sesame Street fund. Mrs. Clem Shirk reported on the district meeting at Meiade. A secret sdster gift was received by Mrs. Dorothy Greathouse. Next ai'aeitinig of the unit will ye at 8 p.m. June 10 ait Friend School wiHh Mrs. Bffl Herman and Mrs. Herbert Graves as v BANNER Mns. Garold Farr, Jir., was accepted as a new member of Banner EHU during Uhe May meisitog ait the home of Mrs. Jerry Ridge, 806 Hamlne. Mrs. Lawrence Joniaigan pre sided for the 15 members pres ent, who answered roll call by describing women's dire&s of a foreign country. Mrs. Jonagian also gave devotions and acted as assisting hostess. The lesson on "Wha* Are They Weairtog?" was presented by Mrs. Foster Delinger. She explained staple, basic and digh fashion, pointing out that fashion changes as society changes. Recreaition included a quiz directed by Mrs. Denzel Johnston and won by Mrs. John Ward. Hostess gifts were received by Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. David Wright. Coming events include Fun, Nigtat on July 28 and the Christmas show in November. The next rteetrimg wil be ait 1:30 p.m. June 23 at the jome of Mrs, Jim VanMark, 1613 E. Laurel. SHERLOCK HUSTLERS Mrs, Ro'dger Funk presented a d'eimOTistration on "Pressing" to the Sheirlock Hustlers E'HU during their May meetinig at the home of Mrs. A. C. Hoisted, Rt. 1. Mrs. Funk demonisbraited the use of the s«am presser, pointer board, clapper, tailor's bam, sleeve boaird, and different types of 'hangers such a« curved, notched and inflated. Clothing labels should be hept and used to defjerminie the iron setting, she said. Mrs. Boib Rowley presided for the 14 members present. Mrs. Edward Frank was as- istdrag hostess. Members answered roll call with articles m civil defense or cUtazenship. The unit voted to have a rummage sale next fall as a mon- :y-makinig project. The unit collected $5 for Sesame Street. Nine members attended (he district meeting in Meada. Tbiey were Mmes. Bob Rowey, Don Messenger, Rodger Tunk, Edward Frank, Tony ilome, Ambrose Frcss, Bob Lester Hahu and RobeiPt Rowley. Maw. Wlhitmian received a nostess gift. The next ni'eetiinig wil be at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bernard Kraus, Holcomib. SUNFLOWER Sunflower EHU members ait- jended a progressive supper alt the home of Mmes. Ed Tfalies- sem, 921 Anderson; Ronald Howel, 409 N. 4th; Ed DieM, 1201 Pinecrest; and Mrs. Etea- nor Winitens, 1711 Janice Lane, The hostesses served appetizers, salads, main course and dessert, respectively. Mrs. TMiessen pnesixied for i flhe 14 mem'bers present. The members worked on puppets for the Beles o: St. Mary*'. The roadside directory was repaired, 'and .$25 was donated to Sesame Street. The next meeting of (toe wfM wiH be at 2 p.m. June 16 ait toe home of Mrig. Dick Woods, 709 Sa-d. St. Unit members attending the diisbrdct meeting were Mrs. Norman Thompson, Mrs. Thurman Lite, Mrs. H. C. Golan, Mrs, W. A. Miler, Mrs. EU)a L S. D. Let's Start Dancing! Classes in Ballet, Tap, JOB & Body Control Also Social Dancing EXPERIENCED TEACHER 8 Years College Training Call 276-3424 GERALDINE KNOX DANCE STUDIO We'll keep your winter clothes safe In our vault—and return them to you in the fall, drycleaned the Sanltone way. Call today for an extra closet. CLEAVER CLEANERS 101 N. MAIN W ;;•,' '• •"'••;\. .;:. ••. PHO.27e.2J42 ATTENTION MEMBERS OF THE ELKS Bring Your Guests DANCE to Teddy Phillips and bis MEXIGALI BRASS wlHi Jill Leonard & Cherrie ParoJe FRIDAY, JUNE 11th Mexican Food Dinner 7:30-8:30 DANCE 9 to 1 Tickets $10 Per Couple from Ilk Member or at Ledge, 905 Kant* Pkaa, Hiru Wed. $12 Per Couple at MM Door Sunday June 20th ...Buy his gift now! FATHEKC Gifts to win dad's smile... *^ ,-• o mother's too; Large group ^ * Famous Golden Vee—Regular $5 & $4 SPORT SHIRTS Buy by 2's and 3's and Save For For Pleas* Dad with a stack of shirts from Anthony's! Buy him solids » stripes, and novelties in shades'to express his fashion-minded- ness. They feature long point collar, short sleeves and no-iron qualities, which Mom will like. Buy several at these prices! Free Gift Wrapping

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