Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, October 13, 1962
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Kolvesra News Sacred Concert Slated Saturday in Kalvesta J. M. "Whitey" Gleason of Bethany, Okla., and his quartet will be featured in a sacred concert Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Kalvesta Church of the. Nazarene. ... Mr. Gleason is an outstanding musician, singer, arranger and song writer. One of the features of the concert will be a piano solo which is a constant request in the audiences where the quartet performs. This special concert is sponsored by the Kalvesta Nazarene Men's Fellowship Prayer Group and -n invitation is given to all friends and neighbors to hear this outstanding musical group. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. George Pound of Great Bend are fishing at Grand Lake, Okla'., this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Watson of Fayetteville, Ark., have returned to their home. Herb has been working here for the past several months. Capt. Richard Daniels who is stationed in Bonn, Germany, spent several days here last week visiting his brother, Bill Daniels and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Evans and other relatives. Mrs. Daniels and Margie who have been in Germany for the past several months are now back in the United States and living at McGuire Air Base in New Jersey. Larry Powell who is attending college in Manhattan spent the weekend with hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell. 7Irs. Grace Courbot, postmistress at Kalvesta, attended the recent dedication of the new Garden City post office. Play-mpr Card Club met recently with Mrs. Ronald Scott. Guests were Mmes. Earl Powell, Helen Dumler, Lydia Rowton, Mrs. Reimer, Carl Warner, Raymond Erkie, E. W. Scott, R. G. Brown, Garland Phipps, Bill Phipps, Linn Coval and Virl Rundell. Prizes were won by Mrs. Page 7 Garden City Telegram Saturday, October 13, 1962 Dumler, Mrs. Reimer and Mrs. Erkie. Kimberly Ann Holden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Holden, had her tonsils removed Saturday in Trinity Hospital in Dodge City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner of Padoga Park, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lucas of Pratt were Tuesday and Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Brigge. Mr. and Mrs. George Fowler visited Sunday in Ford with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fowler and Mrs. Maurita Fowler and girls in Dodge City. Mrs. Edith Erkie is visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dooley hi Loveland, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Baldwin and girls and Mrs. Elizabeth Baldwin of Garden City were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Zenobia Phelps in Cimanron. Mr. and Mrs. R. G-. Brown and granddaughters, Dianne Brown and Sheila Martin sipent Thurs- dv 'in Lamed visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Wilhelm. Helen Smith, student at Fort Hays State College, and Peggy Smith were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Graham of Dodge City were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reimer. Mrs. Laura Cole of Dodge City was a Wednesday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Erkie. CARD OF THANKS I want to thank my neighbors and friends for their kindness during my recent illness. Mrs. R. J. Ackley. —13adv ?: 7\^\ PAINT COLOR HUNDftEDSliQ CHG$£g fRO^M y WE'LL MATCH IT WHILE YOU WATCH... ON OUR NEW COLOR METER Our new Colormeter makes any paint color your heart desires —in minutes. Use this unique color meter service for all your paint needs and be sure of perfect color match, color match. ROGERS Paint Products Inc. 112 Grant Garden City, Kansas BR 6-3951 May We Recommend a compereot Decorator -r*- .-4*4- Your Problems by Ann Landers — DEAR ANN LANDERS: Now that most people have had their vacations I'd like to ask if you think my husband and I are crazy — or is it the rest of the world? Almost everyone wo know takes a two or three w«ek vacation during the summer. They work like do-as all year long and look- forward to that glorious time when they can forget about the alarm clock and take life easy. So, what dp they do? They plan a motor trip and drive 3,000 miles with the kids and the dog in the back seat. Naturally they come home exhausted. , Others try to see the whole world in 18 days. The major part of their so-called vacation .is spent packing, unpacking, soaking their feet in hot water, rinsing out tilings in a basin the size of a bird bath and sleeping on lumpy mattresses in third- class hotels. They come home half-dead, but armed with 350 color slides of "their trip." My husband and I don't take a summer vacation — we are weekenders. Every Saturday we take off for some small town within driving distance. We shop, bowl a few games,, have a good dinner and sleep at a fine motel. We loaf in the sun, meet nice people and get home Sunday evening, refreshed. When vacation time comes we stay home and do the general repair work on our home. Which plan makes the most sense to you? — V. L. Dear V. L.: This Is purely a matter of choice and, has no bearing on sense or nonsense. Frequent short vacations are ideal for a childless couple. Larger families are better off to take the long haul. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have two daughters-in-law who have not spoken to each other for three years. The fuss was over their children. The nephew of one daughter-in- law was married last week. I received an invitation to the wed ding. I accepted and had a fine time. Now the other daughter- in-law refuses to (speak to • me because'I attended the wedding. She claims I should not have accepted the invitation bacause she didn't get one. Her husband (who is my son) says she's dead wrong but she accuses him of sticking up for me out of duty. < Please give me your opinion. — GLADYS Dear Gladys: Obviously you were under no obligation to turn down the invitation because your daughter-in-law didn't receive one. She is behaving childishly and if -you pay any attention to this complaint you will also be acting like a 10-year-old. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am expecting our first baby in about six weeks. I have decided to name the baby after my husband. Is there any difference between Anthony Michael Jones, Jr. and Anthony Michael Jones, II? If Holcomb BPW Celebrates Week Holcomib Business and. Professorial Women gave a covered dish supper Thursday night in the home economics room of the Holcomb High School to celebrate National BPW week. Contest games were led by President Miss Ruth Hacking. Mrs. Nellie Wonderlich and Mrs. Blanche McCart were in charge of the supper. Guests present were Muss Nancy Griffith, Miss Beth Groom, Mrs. Dorcella Hoskins, Mrs. Carol Ingraham and Mrs. Eliza- betii Robins. so, what is it? We don't want our son to be called Junior. By naming him Anlihony Michael Jones, II we could avoid the Junior hazard. We have asked several people about this but nobody knows the answer. Do you? — MRS. J. Dear Mrs. J.: If you wish to avoid the Junior hazard you could name the baby Anthony Michael, II, but lot me warn you — it's no guarantee. When you see that Roman numeral n after a name it sometimes means a third heir arrived on the scene, which converted a Junior to The Second so the baby could be The Third. Generally speaking, however, Second is not a Junior at all. Ho may well have been named for a living grandfather or uncle. Before you try to decode all this jazz, \v r ny don't you wait and sec? It could be a girl. * * If Confidential to Empty Dreams: Your dreams match your head, lady. That man did the best selling job since Samuel Insult. Instead of moaning because he left, be thankful he didn't hang around another three years and talk you out of everything. 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