Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 9, 1971 · Page 5
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Kessler-Ohmes Promises Given' In Catholic Rites at St. Mary's K&ssleir and George Ohmes exchanged wedding •'vjjvs May 29 in St. Mary's Annex. The Rev. Edwim Weigel bMciaited at the double-ring ceremony. , ' . The bride is the diauighter of •'"Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kessler, Garden City Municipal Air- • port. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ohmes, 1007 N. 12bh. Traditional organ music was .provided by Mrs. M'altin Zerr. The church was decorated «with baskets of white gladiolas and lilacs, and white aisle bows, Kefltey Cooper of Dodge City, cousin of the bride, wias maid of honor. Bridesmaids werie • another cousin, Sharmin Cooper of Dodge City, and Tonda B'imms of Garden City. Mike Dome served a® best man. Serving as ushers anid groomsmen were Francis Ohmes, brother of the bridegroom, and David Whiitetarst. Flower girl was Sheley Ohmes of Woodward, (Ma., niece of the bridegroom. The bride, given in marriage by toer ilairhier, chose a floor- lahigtfa gown of nylon organza with an oval neckline encircled witih Veniis^ lace. The cuffs of the full, eamelot sleeves were tiinrmied wiltih matching lace. Her lace-ediged manitila, forming a cathedral train, was held in place with a Swedish crown of pearls and crystal®. She carried a cascade of white roses. ,, Her attendants wore floor- iengtlh ©mp'ire style gowns of \vaUy blue voile and carried kissing balls. Their lace-trimmed dresses featured push-up sleeves and scoop necklines. Lavender gloves and short .veils wdltih headpieces of daisies completed their ensembles. The flower girl, whose drass was similar to those worn by this aittendanits, carried a basket of ftoweins. The mother of the bridle wore a blue dress with lace sleeves and a laice overcoat, with white accessories and a White orchid corsage. , The bridegroom's mother chose a pink dress wiltih white accessories, and wore a corsage of white cameHia®. Tli« reception following the ceremony was >at flbe Moose Lodge Haffll, which was decorated with white sitreainers, whliite bells and lavender bows. '•"" The tiered weddling cake featured a bubbling. fountain and v wtos surrounded by four smaller cakes. The reception table was decorated in the bride's colors of lavender and white. Serving cake was Mrs. Glen Cooper,. Dodge City. Mrs. Al ; Badigett: of Hutdhinson poured '•punch. Mrs. Eugene Rapier of Modoc 'attended the gift table whale Mrs; Edwin Kessler of Leoti presided alt the guest book. ANN LANDERS SAYS Guest Resents Long Phone Call '.*!•! MR. AND MRS. GEORGE OHlMES (Loretta Kessler) Other weddiirag festivities included a buitet supper, hos- tessed by HITS. James Carter, Mrs. Al Otomes arad Edna Mbmieimki. A wedding danice ait 'the Moose Lodge Hall M • lowed the suppler. Honored guests included the bride's paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kessler of Leolti, 'and her maternal grand- * * * In Garden City for Kessler-Ohmes Rites Out-of-town guests for the wedding of Loretta Kesisler and George Ohmes Mlay 29 included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ohmes, Woodward, Ofcla.; Mr. and Mm Joe Eugient, Syracuse; Mrs. Lorietlfca Hull, Emporta; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kippes, Victoria; Frank Qhmes, Main- Jhaittam; Mac. and Mrs. Mike Hoffmann and Marvin®, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. land Mrs. Albert Scnuip- nian, Brighton, Oolo.; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rapier and family, Modoc; John Ross, Gh/a- routte; Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Herman, Utdioa; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kessler, Leoti; Mr. amd Muts. Alvin Badigett, Huitcbdn- son; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilcoxon, Ford; and Stephanie Granidstaff, Mr. ami 'Mrs-.' Allden L: Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.. Ronald Cooper, and Mrs. Ferni* S. Webster, afll of Dodge Citty. mother, Miis. Ferule Webster of Dodge City. The bride's goimg-away en- semlblie was a white lace slack suit lined in yellow, worn with (accessories. The couple are at home in ?a0rcevillle alter a wedding trip to Colorado. The bride, a graduate of Garden City High School, is employed at the riigihitdeck Restaurant at the Garden City Municipal Airport. The bridegroom is also a graduate of Garden City High School anid is engaged in farming. LSD. Let's Start Dancing! Classes in Ballet, Tap, Jazz & Body Control Also Social Dancing EXPERIENCED TEACHER 8 Years Golleoe Trainina Call 276-3424 GERALDIND KNOX DANCE STUDIO Marcotte-Simon Mr. and Mrs. Leo Marcotte, 607 N. 10th, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Phyllis- Ann, to Gary E. Simon. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Simon Jr. : St. Louis, Mo. The bride-elect is a 1967 graduate of Garden City High DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please answer a question that has been bothering me for a long time. I have never seen it discussed anywhere and I have looked through every eti- quett book I can find. When a person is visiting in the home of a Mend, and the telephone rings, is it polite for the hostess to leave her guest sitting alone While she goes to another room and talks on the phone for fifteen or twenty minutes? This happened to me yesterday, for the third time (same woman) and I felt as if she was treating me shabbily. When she returned, she made no reference to the fact that she had! left me sitting there for a good long while. Am I wrong to feel this was rude on her part? Or am I overly "sensitive? — Grace Dear Grace: It is extremely poor manners to leave a guest foe. 15 or 20 minutes un less a dire, emergency arises. Most phone calls can be returned — unless of course the call is 1 from overseas in which case the hostess should explain If I were a guest and the (hostess disappeared for 20 minutes to talk on the phone, she would find me gone when she returned. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our 16-year-old daughter is going steady with a nather nice young man of 17. He has a habit of coming early for dates — sometimes he shows up as much as 45 minutes before the appointed time. Lately he has fallen into the habit of going upstairs to Mary's bedroom to visit with her while sine dresses, brushes her hair and puts on her makeup. Since he has started to do this he has been showing up earlier and earlier. The stereo is usually on'and the door is often dosed). My husband and I feel this is improper. When we told Mary this morning that we did not approve she became highly indignant — said we were intimating by our criticism that we did not trust her. What are your views? — Old Fogies Ages 47 and 45 ut please tell me, what is 'cuddling?" What I mean is, how far does "cuddling" go? I tin not being precious. I am sin:ere in my quest for this information. Thank you.—1911 Model 'rom Dothan, Ala. Dear Mod: According to the iVorld Book Encyclopedia Dic- ioniary, cuddle means "to hold closely and lovingly in one's arm®. To hug tenderly. To fondle or nestle." As you can see the possibili- ies are endless. You can go. as :ar as you please. If you happen to get that one out of ten who doesn't enjoy it, she'll let you know. * * * Confidentiai to Horse's Mouth: Sorry — the horse is wrong. Pag* S Garden City Telegram Wednesday, June 9, 1971 Cookout, Treasure Hunt Highlight ESA Meeting • Beta Eta chapter of EpvSilon , ESA" present were Harold Sigma Alpha members and -Naab, Ken Hagler and Gary their husbands bicycled on a I Parker, treasure hunt ending in a cook-! Assisting hostess for the out ait the home of Mrs. Ken ! meeting was Mrs. Naab. Dec- Hagler, 803 Pat's Drive, at a orations were yellow jonquils recent meeting. Clues for the , and blue and yellow candles. The more times a person marries the less chance he lias of making a go of it. This is one instance where practice doss not make pea-feet. * * * To many couples go from matrimony to acrimony. Don't let your marriage flop before it gets started. Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Marriage— What To Expect." Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Garden City Telegram enclosing 50 cents in coin and,a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. treasure hunt were antiqued brown paper plraced in obvious spots along the four-mile route. -' The hunt followed a candlelight ceremony for installation of officers, conducted by Mrs. Hagler, assisted by M>rs. Harold Naab. New officers include Mi's. Gary Parker, president; Mrs. MelvSn Burghiart, vice- presideinlt, Mrs. Hagler, secretary Jfcreasurer; Mrs. Naab, ed- uoaitiomal director. Mrs. Bill Edwards received a going-away gift. She is moving to Beaifcrice, Neib. Members revealed secret sisters with a gift exchange and drew niames for the coming year. Members of the "Men of An organizational meeting was planned for June with Mrs, Parker as hostess. Six Garden Citians returned Sunday from a bus tour of the Rocky Mouantainis which began June 1. They are Mrs. Ebiora Helm, 1211 New York; Beth. Groom, Rt. 1; Mrs. Ruth Tur- reotine, 1203 Belmonit PI.; Lester Anderson, 1002 Lyle; Mr. amid Mrs. Earnest Marquardt, 625 N. 12th. School and Marymount 1971 graduate of College, Salinia. Her fiance has served in the U.S. Navy, attended Meramiac College, St. Louis, and is employed with the St. Louis County Police Dept. The wedding will be June 26. Winners Announced For Duplicate Bridge Duplicate bridge winners for this week have been announced. They are, north-south, first place — Owen Gralble and V.O. Ward; second—Harry Reed anid Betty Zrubek; third—Irene Bryant and Sue. linger. Baisit-wesit, first .pBace—Ma. Webster, and Ada Bentrup; second—Evelyn Wasson and Bonnie Diane's; third—Mr. and Mrs. KeoiHi Yost. Dupicate Bridge 'dub will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the Civic Center. Dear Fogies: When a boy comes to a girl's home to pick her up for a date, he should not go upstairs to keep her company,' or for any other reason. Tell your daughter to inform the young man to wait downstairs — and if he wants to know why, she can tell him: "Because my folks don't think you belong in my bedroom." Kids can ibe plenty blunt. I suggest the same for parents. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I read recently where a psychiatrist from Vanderbilt University reported bis findings at the Mid-South Medical Convention, a quesitionmaire revealed that nine out of '<*n women enjoy being cuddled. I like these odds, Flavor-Rite Steak Co. 6051 M. 8th 276-6880 Telegram Photo MRS. CHARLES ESTE3, 512 Eugene, tries the Aquatnra machine recently installed in a local beauty shop. The machine automatically washes and rinses a customer's hair in three minutes. Hair Is Washed Quickly In Automatic Shampooer Fresh Center Cut PORK CHOPS Lb. Center Cut ROUND STEAK „ t . 99c CHUCK ROASTS . 59c Fresh GROUND BEEF :., 3 Lb. Pkg. $1.49 Winchesters Bag WIENERS 2 Winchester, by the piece BOLOGNA Lb. featuring FARMLAND Beef BUY BEEF BY THE SIDE, QUARTER OR BUNDLE... SAVE MORE! I Art Association Sees Macrame Techniques The Sand Hits Art Assn. met at the Upstairs Gallery June 1 for their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Vern Holmes demonstrated the craft of macrame, an ancient Arabic ant that is popular with today's craftsmen. Attractive wal hangings, belts .and accessories may be made simply by using string, cord or Ightweight rope, tying knots of various kinds. , The Gallery is open every day except Monday from 1:30 to 4:30. The next meeting of the Association will be July 6 at 7:30 p.m. One room of the gallery is reserved to display children's art. Any art teacher Who wishes to exhibit student's work is urged to contact Keith EiUmore, president of itihe Sand Hills Art Assn. Calendar of Social Events WEDNESDAY RiAINEQW GIRiUS—7 p.m. Masonic Tempi*. Initiation. . PARENTS WrTIKWT PARTNERS—S -p.m., Continental Inn. Dinner meeting. KPW — 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Kenneth Hagler. 803 Pat's drive. Covered dish dinner. THURSDAY VFW — 8 p.m. Post home. ODD HEILLOWB—« p.m.. 203^ N. Main. MARY-MARTHA dUASS PARTY— 2 p.m, Mrs. Ona ScJiopf, 1713 Betoioott. PAIDAY CHAPTER PF, PEO—1:30 p.m. Mrs. Taylor Jones, Holoomb. DAR — Flag Bay luncheon. Noon, Scott City Bated. Mrs. Everett MUtah, hostess. SATURDAY TYRIAN UODGIE NO. 249. AF&Afflt— S p.m., presentation of 25- and GO-year puia. Masonic • Temple. Public Is inwltefli. SUNDA? BIEIEBSKAlHS — picnic for Bob Taylors, 6 p.m. Finnup Park. Bring covered dish and service. Some women would Ike to hide their hair under sacks when it gets dirty. Mrs. ChiarJies Elites, a local beauty shop customer, puts her hair •under a box. The "box" is the top of an automatic shampooing machine installed Wednesday -ait a Garden City beauty shop. A black sink silts in the 'Shampooer's wood-toned Formica cabinet, and conrt/aims two semi-circular sted tubes which flip up and down, sihootinig jets of water alt the customer's head. To use the shampooer, the customer sits in a reclining- back chair with her neck resit- ing in ithe depression at the sink's edge. A transparent plastic hood covers the sink and the customer's hair, fitting •against her head along the hairline. The $2,000 machine, called le Aquaituiia, washes and rinses the customer's hair twice n three minutes, whale the ame task takes a hairdresser ,ve minutes, Norma Ragel, the beauty shop owner, said. As the miaichine washed her hiair, Mrs. Estes said, '1 feel «fl!axed all over." "The spray feels like a bunch of fingers," Mrs. Ragel added. Mrs. Bagel's Aqualtura is the only one in Garden City, and one of only nine Sn the United State. The 'automatic sham- pooer first appeared on the market last October, she said. She also noted that the nearest cities that have the machines .aire Wichita, Hutchon*n and Woodward, Okla. "It's like Robo," she de- scrfbed the machine. "It'll make our work a lot easier." DAR Members Plan Flag Day Luncheon A Flag Bay lAinciheon has been set for Friday by the Dajugh- teiris of the American Revolution. BAR members met May 28 .ait the ,home of Mrs. Lee Kemper, 508 N. 6th. A program on the development of American music, pre- 'semted by Mrs. W. K. Kline, highlighted the meeting. She explained the influence of English, Germain and African music on Ammoan Music, and •stated that Negro mimsitrelry was thoroughly American. Guest at 'the meeting was Mrs. Ruth Larson of Manhattan, daughter of Mrs. Kemper. Pfkme 274-2771 TED'S MARKET 511 N. 4th Prices Effective Thurs.. Fri.. Sat. IN THE RING IT IS NOT THE BRAVE BULLS BUT JOHNNY CASH s Shooting It Out With KIRK DOUGLAS In A "High Noon" Adventure "A GUNFIGHT n r, They staged a Gunfight for Profit! . . . It's winner take all ... the Loser won't need anything! They are motivated by their own greed and the lust for v bloo'd by the townspeople. It's Johnny Cash's first major movie and he composed and sings the title song. Program is rated G.P. NOW! FOUR DAYS! Shown 7:30 end 9:30 Matinee Saturday at 2:30 TONIGHT ONLY! Spanish Speaking Film LES HAS PREPARED A FINE SELECTION OF PORK FOR YOUR WEEKEND SHOPPING. THERE ARE PLENTY OF SAVINGS TOO. COME IN AND SEE. Center Cut Pork Chops Lb . 73 C Lean, Tender Pork Steak Lb 53 C Meaty Country Style Spare Ribs Lb . 69 C Economy Pack Wieners 2 X'1.09 Thies All Meat Sliced Bologna Lb . 63 C HERE IS A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF GROCERY ITEMS TO MAKE YOUR WARM DAY MEALS MORE APPEALING. Shurfine Assorted Canned Pop 1 Shurfiiw 10 cans Spinach . co! 3 19 C 1 303 2OC Golden "B" Tomatoes Del Monte Stewed Tomatoes Instant Nestea ^ 99 C Sunshine Chocolate Marshmallow Buster Cookies Always Goo>d Potato Chips American Beauty Instant Potatoes Shurfine Tomato Juice 3 Can 9-or. Pkg. Econ. Pkg. Pkg*' 46-01. $| Cans I FROM THE BIG FROZEN FOOD CASE Booth Perch Fillets Welch Grape Juice £,? 22 C Combination Deal! _-_ _ v _ 2 Pkgs. Frorzen Strawberrys An U%rC 1 Marx Angel Food Cake AN For 98 Myers Special Vanilla Ice Cream Gallon Carton 1.09 SPRINGTIME IS BEGINNING TO SHOW UP IN THE PRODUCE DEPARTMENT. BETTER COME IN AND SEE OUR NICE SELECTION. u, 49 Perlette Seedless Grapes California .Springtime Peaches m. 39 C Crisp Pascal Celery ^ 19 C Critg, Green Cabbage Lb . 10° Sunkist, Juicy Oranges 204 89 C Grade "A" Large Fresh Eggs 3 Doi. 1

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