Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 1, 1971 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, July 1, 1971
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Grove-Smith At home in Dighton for the summer are Lt. and Mrs. Larry Allen Smith. They were married June 10 at the U.S. Air Force Academy Protestant Cadet Chapel, Colorado Springs. The bride, the former Suzanne Yvette Grove, Colorado Springs, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Grove, Dighton. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Smith, Dighton. In August, the couple will fly to Lakenheath RAF Staation, England, where the groom will be a Personal Services Officer. „ ANN LANDERS SAYS Rules Can Save Campers Lives DEAR ANN LANDERS: I 'am writing a letter which should be rerun in your column twice a year — every spring and ever fal. These are the seasons when peioip' i enjoy hiking, camping out and exploring wld areas. It is always heartbreaking when. someone does not return alive. Some of the most tragic and senseless deaths are caused by getting lost. Nancy Phipps Phipps-Morris Mr. and Mr®-. William Lyle Phipps, 1005 N. Stoh, announce the engagement approach- Ing marriage of their daughter, Nancy, to Lynn Morris. He is (the son ol Mr. amid Mrs. Ray T. Moroiis, Cordeil, Okla. Mdiss Phipps is 'attending Garden City High School and is employed at Taoo John's. Her ifianice is a 1970 graduate of Cornell High School and is serving with the Navy in San Diego, Calf. He will be stationed on the Philippine 1s- The following p6inters could save a life. Please prdmit thieim, Ann. If your are lost, never go upstream or "across country. Keep out of the thick timber and secluded areas. Stay in the open. WaJk toward the ameas where the light is brightest. Carry a whistle — and us© it. Buiild a ilire; searchers can see signs of a fire miles away. It is not a disgrace to get tost. It bias happenied to the best of them. Should you become sepaaited from the others, remember these pointers. They might save your life. And good luck. — E. K. of Wyoming DEAR E. K.: Hene are the pointers and my thanks for sending thieim. Take heed, mature lovers. * * + DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am 17, six months pregnant and not miairried. I want to put the baby up for adoption for two reasons. First, my parents and I never got along. Now that I am pregnant we fight a81 the time. You wouldn't believe the naimes my faltiher has called me. I don't think this setup wqjjld be very good for a baby. Another reason I believe adoption is the basit thing is that I a\m anxious to go back to 'high 'school and graduate. After gnaduaitlion, I want to get some kind of training so I can isupport myself. I know I should have thought of afll this before I started to sleep witih that jerk, bin'; it's too late to change ithinigis. Now the best thing I can do is think of the future. What are your ideas? Should I keep the baby or not? — Temporarily Loused Up Dear Temp: A. IT-yeai'-old girl with no husband in sight baby would be dearly loved. Too often the unwed -mother keeps her chid to fall her own needs — with no concern for the needs of her child. I applaud your decision and I wish you luck. Dairy Products Are HigrvQuality, Plentiful Not many of us milk a cow every day for our supply of fresh milk. It's a good thing someone does so that we can buy fresh quality dairy products by the dozen?. We seem to be very particular about that quality. The quality is controlled by pasteurization, homogeoizatirai, refrlgera- tion, sterilization, and fortification. Of course, the form of the milk is sometimes altered to please our taste buds, with sterile culture's to make yogurt, cheiese, sour cream, and buttermilk. The i'a'bci tells you much about the product you're buying. For example, if you select chocolate milk, you'll get just that witih the required amount of buitarfait of whole fresh milk. If you buy chocolate drink or chocolate milk drink, then the product may be made with skim milk or low flat milk. Dried Fruits May Be Called Osmovac Fruits Osimovac fruoite may sound strange. Dried fruits that have color and flavor of fresh fruits are cafcd osinovac fruits. You eat 'them for smacks or re-constLtuite them to use in bakeid foods or salads. What makes them osmovac fruits? Waiter is drawn out of the fruits wihen they are covered witih sugar or syrup and then they aire dried completely in a vacuum. Library Hours Change For July and August The Garden City Public Library has announced a change in its hours for July and Au gust. The new hours are 9 a.m to 6 p.m. on Monday tShirougii Saturday, and 2 p.m. to 5 pin- on Sunday. Quakenbush-Deborski Vows Said in Sublette Ma.ry Lynn Quakenbush and Gary Alan Deborski exchanged wedding vows in a candlelight ceremony at 7 p.m. June 26 | at the Sublette United Methodist Church. The Rev; Frank Little officiated, at the double- ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are | Mr. and Mrs. Ethan A. Quaken- DEAR ANN LANDERS: I own two automobiles and live in an apartment building. There is no garage meairby so I have to park the oars oufeildle. The couipiLe who lives above me has a miserable cat. They let 'the cat out every day and don't cane what he does. This might sound like a psitty complaint to you but to me, it's a serious matter. That goddam cat clmlbiS ail over the roof, the 'hood 'and the trunk of my cars and has scratched them up -so bad I've had to repaint twice. I've complained to the people but ttaey could care less. They insist there is nothing they can do. Tlhe best solution I can think of is to stooot the daimn cat. Can you come up with a better ideia? — Annoyed In Massachusetts Dear Annoyed: I sure can. The law says people atre re- >sponisi>le for the damage done. by their pets. If you shoot the ciait you will have to hire a lawyer to defend yourself. So why not hire a lawyer to make these people pay for the paint jobs? How far should a teen-age couple go? Can necking be bush, Sublette, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Deborski Sr., Louisville, Colo. Circular candelabra with white tapers 'and greenery were placed at the altar. The pews ere marked with greenery nd white mums on white valet ribbon. The soloist was Mrs. Judy Brand-en, Sublette, who sang A Time for Us," "The Lord's •rayer," and "One Hand, One Heart." The bride, given in marriage >y her father, wore a white mpire gown of organza over «>au de soie. The bodice, over- aid with Chantilly lace, was ashioned with a portrait neckline. The full bishop sleeves of organza featured peau cuffs iverlaid with lace and closed )y small satin buttons. The gown was fashioned by Mrs. Serturde Weidner. The bride's chapel-length veil »vas fashioned of imported jridal illusion and trimmed in ace, and was attached to a Juliet cap of satin. She carried a nosegay of white roses, stephanotis and ivy. Her jewelry was a strand of peaais -belonging to her aunt, Mrs. Ira Vail, Alexandria, Va. Marsha Quakenbush, Suble'tte, attended her sister as maid' of honor. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Paitterson, Subletta; Diane Gauthier, Denver; and Marilyn Weimer, Fort Morgan, Colo. Their gowns of blue chiffon over peau featured short puffed sleeves and portrait necklines. Leo Deborski Jr., Louisville, Colo., 'attended tails brother as best man. Groomsmen included Ken Foster, Alan Scarpella and Rudy Slavic, all of Louis ville, Colo. Henry Miller, Sublette, ant Richard Lightner, Garden City were ushers. Kirk Burnside, Buffalo, Okla. was ring bearer. A reception in the church parlor followed the ceremony Assistants included Jan Toot !indy Cain, and Mmes. Margaret Cain. Bemice Holloway, Raymond Hall, Ju-anitia King, Vi McClure, and Loretta Clanford, all of Sublette. The cake was prepared by Mrs. Vern« Miller, Sublette, aunt of the bride. Susan Trimpa, Sublette, and Jennifer Vail, Alexandria, Va., attended the gift table. Donna Lightner, Garden City, was at the guest book. Carrying rice- filled baskets were Lisa Qivak- en'bush, Garden City, and Teresa Burnside, Buffalo, Okla. The bride, a 1968 graduate of Sublette High School, is a junior at Colorado Slate University, Fort Collins. She is a member of Sigma Kappa social sorority. The bridegroom, a 1958 graduate of Louisville (Colo.) High school, is a senior at the Uni- ersity of Colorado, Boulder. le is employed by the Dow hemical Corp. After a wedding trip to the Colorado Springs area, the couple will be at home in Lalayette, Colo. Rintoul Studio MR, AND MRS. GARY ALAN DEBORSKI (Mary Lynn Quakenbush) i LAYER BARS Kim Van Winkle Box 60 Friend % cup butter Melt 'and mix with 1 cup graham cracker crumbs. Press in bottom of 8-or t- inch pan. Sprinkle with: 1 cup chocolate chips 1 cup nuts 1 cup coconut Pour 1 can sweetened condensed milk over top and bake at 325 degrees 25 to 30 minutes. Calendar of 1 Social Events FRIDAY SENIOR CITIZENS — Covered dish supper, 6 p.m., Civic Center. MONDAY ELKS LADIES BRIDGE OIjtHB — 3 p.m.. Elks Home. OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:30 For Your Shopping Convenience Anthony's Booterie Duckwall's Collins Furniture and Appliances McDonald's Purnell's Fabric Center Purnell's Fashions Nu Style Otasco Palmer Jewelry Penney's Regan Jewelry Sears Roebuck and Company Shoeland Wilcox Ben Franklin Wool worth's lands for Ms tour of sea duty. | can't offer a Chid much. I The weddiinig is sat for July 27. Buy Fireworks ifram Girl Scouite. Eagles Parking Lot. -Adv. agree you should put tlhe baby up for 'adoption. There are many 'ChdWiesis couples who despemaltely -want a cHld. It would mean, a great deal to them to have a baby — and the Terry's Photography Leola M. Scott Scott-Down Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Scott, Mifc. Dora, Fla., fonmeirly of Garden City, announce this engagement of their daughter, Leola,, to Danny J. Down. He is the eon of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Down of Lawrence. The bride-eteclt is a graduate of Garden Oilty High School and Garden City Community.. Junior Collage. She is a junior ait Kansas State University, CYCLE NOW! and FRIDAY! ONLY! A n VYTI1 D • > 1. J **'" AXWlJIfl'WW U>UtWV\? «_f till. V ^.U-IQillbJ . sale? When does it become too M , antoata; majoring to fash- hot to handle? Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking And Petting — What Ane The Limits?" Ma'il your request to Ann Landers in oare of your newspaper enidasing 50c in coin and a long, stamped, $df- aiddressied envelope. ion merchandising. Her fiance attended 'Lawrence High School and he received a degree in sales and retailing, from Kansas Uni- versiiiby, Lawrieinice. The wedding date has not been set. SPECTACULAR! 1-DEVIL RIDERS 2-HELL CATS 3-THE CHOPPERS FIREWORKS SATURDAY ONLY Plus 3 FEATURES Kowalski's Heading For The Now! Speeding! 7:30-9:30 Rated G.P. 'Super Saul" is right en! Shop the Self-Service SHOE SALE at Old Fashioned Sale Prices On Name Brand Shoes For Every Member •Of the Family Open early every morning this week . . . Open every Thursday 'Night < I < ' 4 > < I ( I < I I I I > I I < > < I < > A Summer At Ease In Wonderful Carefree POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS $ 10. Another great summertime look from Anthony's. This sleeveless dress is detailed with white piping around the jewel neckline and armholes. Matching white self-belt which con be worn if desired. Such a beautifully designed dress and it's even more beautiful because it Is 100% polyester double knit! In Navy, Green, Gold, Turquoise 01 Pink. 10-20, ]4V 2 -22V2. This is an easy care 100%' polyester double knft dress, but it is more than that, it is styled with a modified neckline and white piping, accentuating the front zipper closure and sleeve openings. It also features a white self-belt. It is a graceful and comfortable dress, perfect for summer wear. 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