Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 15, 1962 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, October 15, 1962
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Your Problems — bv Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband makes about $75,000 a year as a professional wrestler. He has a smart manager and we've done well financially. We live in a high-class suburb where all the neighbors are doc- tars, -awyers or businessmen. They have not accepted us because of my husband's profession. His friends for the most part are other wrestlers who hang around here by the dozens. Almost every night they are out on the front lawn practicing holds. The neighbor kids gather and before long it's like a show. I've begged him to use the gym which is specially equipped but he says it's more fun outside. Last night the people next door the doctor bill (as well as the Garden Citian Marries in Mexico Btnita Romero, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Romero, Nueva Casas Grandes. Chihuahua, Mexico, was united in marriage with Gregory Mujica, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Mujica, 606 S. 1st. Padre Obiedo performed the solemnization of the wedding vows in the Medalla Milagrosa lawyer who will probably have Catholic Church of Nueva Casas to defend him in and battery suit) the assault perhaps he were havin husband an a party and my his pals were acting up. The man came over and said .some thing about cheapening the neighborhood. How he Is in the hospital with a sacroiliac problem. What is your advice? — W. W. Dear W.: Thousands of people spend good money to see the performances your neighbors can get for free. It's unfortunate they don't appreciate it. - After your husband has paid WHAT GREAT CITY IS BUILT UPON SEVEN HILLS ? Our business Is built on economy. One half as much soap for our washers, Only \ as much time to dry clean. Specialize in spotting drapes — Try us and- Save. The city is Rome. l DRY CLEANING 1211 E. FULTON will listen to your suggestion that the exhibitions be confined to the inside gym. if * * DEAR ANN: Our 16-year-old Peggy has been going steady with a boy 17, for almost a year. I want her to drop him because his family problems are making her a nervous wreck. The boy's father travels most of the time and his mother is | an alcoholic. Recently he phoned Peggy to tell her his mother had passed out and looked like she may be dead. He didn't know whether to call the doctor or the police. Last night he 'came over at 9 p.m. There was no supper at home and his mother was 'out somewhere." Peggy fixed iim something to eat and stayed up till midnight listening to his sad stories. When he left she was in tears. I say this is not healthy for a 16-year-old girl. She has no interest in dating anyone else. When I suggest it she gets angry. What can I do? — Z.Q.X. D«ar Z.Q-X.: Be sympathetic to the boy and 'his problems and make no effort to break up the romance. Peggy will stop seeing him only if she thinks it is her idea. Too often young girls hang on to a boy-they'd like to unload because they hate to give their parents the satisfaction of being right. * * + DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a young man 22 wflio operates a small store for the owners. They oay me a good salary and I am far from broke. My mother and sister live about 35 miles from here. They drive in every few weeks for shopping and visiting. Whenever I invite them to stay and have dinner with me it causes an argument. My mother insists on paying for their dinners although I've told her dozens of times that the price of two Binners isn't going to land me in the poorhotise. She always says, "Never mind, Son, spend your money on other things, not us." After they leave I-am embarrassed and unhaptfy. Why is my motfher like this? How can I make her see my sid/e? — C. N. Dear C. N.: Your mother still thinks of you as her little boy and she always will. On their next trip tell her in advance that you refuse to have dinner with them unless you can be the host. Self-r»«?ect is more important than a few dollars. Grandes, Sept. 28. Music was given by the church choir. Gladioli adorned the chancel and the red carpet was used. The matrons of honor for the bride were Mrs. Daniel Mujica, 208 S. 1st, and Mrs. Rudy Perez, 105 S. 3rd. They were attired tn gowns of peach chiffon and carried white roses. Their gloves were formal length and they wore pearl crowns. Mrs. Mujica carried the traditional garland of pearlized azares flowers which Padre Obiedo placed around the shoulders of the bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Perez, according to custom, carried the rings for the double ring ceremony. The junmior bridesmaids, Elva Enriquez and Celia Romero, both of Casa Grandes, were attired in turquoise silk organza with matching hat and shoes and each carrier! a gardenia*. Brides matrons were Mrs. Mike Garcia, Mrs. Henry Munoz, Jr., and Mrs. Jessie Leon, all sisters of the bridegroom; and Mrs. Margaret Mujica, a sister-in-law, all from Garden City. They wore gowns of light blue chiffon and lace. The lace bodice was accented with a chiffon jacket and the bouffant skirt was of chiffon. They wore full length formal white gloves, white pearl crowns, matching blue shoes and carried a white gardenia. Each sister of the bridegroom wore a single pearl on a necklace, a gift from the bride. Attendant* of the brdegroom were Daniel Mujica and Rudy Perez, both of Garden City. Groomsmen were Mike Garcia, Henry Munoz, Richard Leon and Vincent Mujica, all of Garden City. The bride chose for her wedding a formal gown designed of white brocade satin with a ten foot cathedral train. The low cut neckline wag ornate with sequins and pearls which extended to the hemline of the long train. Her bridal crown was enlhanc- ed with pearlized azares flowers and caught the veil of white silk illusion which extended the full length of the train. She carried a bridal bouquet of white roses with a rosary atop a white Bible. She was given in marriage by her father. Approximately 400 attended the wedding dinner and reception at the El Ranchito in Casa Grandes. The Mariachis serenaded the wedding party during the dinner and the Orquesta C a r t a Blanca played music for the wedding dance later. Centering the bride's table was a large ornate wedding cake. Alternate layers of cake and pillars were adorned on top with a sugar castle and a miniature bride and bridegroom. The traditional pearlized azares flowers were used in profusion to decorate the festive cake. Assistants at the reception were Maria J. Romero, Maria Lusia Rodriguez; serving champagne were Joe Romero and Jesus Montanez; serving the cake were Alicia Ji. Hernandez and Maria Esther Ochoa; and attending the guest book was the MR. AND MRS. GREGORY MUJICA, JR. Benita Romero bride's aunt, Mrs. Bertha Enriquez. The bride attended school at Galeana, Chihuahua, Mex., ami the bridegroom attended school in Ventura, Calif., Garden City High School and Garden City Junior College. After a wedding trip to Chihuahua City, Mex., the newlyweds are at home at 206Vi S. 1st, Garden City. The bridegroom is employed with Sears Roebuck. Other out-of-town guests at tending the wedding included Mr and Mrs. Frank Oppenheimer, El Paso, Texas; Dr. and Mrs J.P. Bronstein, El Paso, Texas Mrs. Celia Gilleomlna Calendar of Social Events MONDAY TWENTIETH CENTURT BOOK !LUB — 7:45 p.m. Mm. W. E. .Tonen, 808 N. 6th. PROGRESSIVE READERS CLUB — 7:30 p.m. Mra. James McWIlllama, 1404 E. Chestnut. FELLOWSHIP GUILD of First •hrtatian Church — 8 p.m. Mrs. Roy Smiths, 101K N. Mil. HIGH SCHOOL NIOHT — 7:30 10:30 p.m. Civic Center. TUESDAY FORTNIfHITLY — 2 p.m. Mrs. George Purnell, 303 Spruce. Flense note change of hostess. NtTE LITES HDU — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. LeRoy Vnnnnnmn, 912 Sftfford. Bring family picture. ELK COUPLES BRIDGE — 8 p.m. Elks Hall. Hosts: Mrs. nml Mrs. Evl Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Michel. ROYAL NEIGHBORS SOCIAL CLUB — 12 noon luncheon, Mrs. Anna Adam. 408 Magnolia. Bring covered dish and table service. GOLDEN RULE HDU _ 2 p.m. Mrs. Cecil Snod grass Pleas* note, change of nlnce. EUPHRADES — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Oliver Brechelnen. B18 N. 10th. SOROPTIMISTS — 7 p.m. Warren Hotnl. Snfeiv committee host, dinner. OLD TIMERS — 1-4 p.m. Civic Center. JUCO — 7:30-10:30 p.m. Recreation, Civic Center. WEDNESDAY AMERICAN ASSN. University Women's Study Group — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Frank Feldmnn. S. Star Rt. SUNFLOWER HDU — 2 p.m. Mrs. Clayton Lndwlg. 1502 W. Kansas. SALMAGUNDI — 2 p.m. Mrs. R. H. Cnllhnn. 724 Center. PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOUR — 10 - 10:45 a.m. Garden City Public Library, 702 N. Main. Renders: Mra. Morris Jones, Mrs. John Wheeler. SATNTPAULTA CLUB — 2 p.m. Mrs. Charles Million. !104 N. Main GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL -workshop for Western Kansas p.m. Civic Center. 10 a.m. - 4 III. ^IVIU VvCllin. . 8th and flth GRADES — until 9:15 afte.r Scott City Game. Civic Center. G. Rico and Miss Nevarez, both of Juarez, Chihuahua; Mr. nnd Mrs. Anastasio Romero and Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Romero, all of San Buenaventura, Chihuahua, Mex.; and Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Mu- juica of Garden City. NEWCOMERS CLUB — t-U p.m. Civic Center. CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP group meetings: 9:15 fi.m. Venlta Whltnrcr — Mrs. Naomi Hett. 209 E. Hazel. 2 p.m. Vctmn Larson — Mrs. O.A. Schopf. Holcomb ' Ethel Shreve Church Pnrlor. Plymell ladies, guests. Wilma Tye — Mrs. Milo Joyc«, 10 GLEEFUL HOMEMAKERS HDU — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Sal Goscha, Rt. 1. f*nnli>n City Monday, October IS, 1962 Mrs. Roberts Tells BPW Vote System Mrs. Milton Roberts spakfe on the ballot and voting at the Business and Professional Women's club Wednesday evening at the Luau Inn. She is secretary of the Young Republican Club, secretary-treasurer of the Central Committee and vice-chairman of the First District Republican Cltifo. Mrs. Roberts explained how the method of balloting developed. She instructed members on the proper procedure for voting, to insure the ballot will-be counted. She told of the early history of elections and reforms that were adopted during the years :o safeguard the elections. Miss Ramona Allen presided 'or the 38 members and seven guests, Frances Knost, Norma 3urdue, Patsy Harmison, Evelyn Chapman, Lois Rlggs and Juanita Baughman, all of Garden City. Mrs. Ruth Potter and Miss Berniece Smith were honored as AVO career women who exemplify the theme 'Leadership, a Dimension in Democracy', the theme of National Business Woman's week, which was last week. New members were challenged by Miss Daisy Herriott to serve on local, state and national lev els. A special coffee was given Friday morning at Oscar's Cafe in observance of National BPW week. Mrs. Fischer Has Church Class Mrs. Evelyn M, Fischer, Rt.t, entertained members of the Mary Martha Class of the First Christian Church assisted by Mrs, Ralph Coen. President Mrs. Milo Joyce, Sr., conducted the meeting. Twentythree members participated in prayer and singing. Childrens' sayings were given as roll call response. j Devotons were given by Mrs. M. Fleming on "Just One )ay." birthday honoree was Mrs. !arry Walker. Cards were sent, sick members and shut-ins. . \ social hour completed the Thursday afterenoon class meet- ng. C-0 Corner \ GERMAN CRUMB CAKE 2 cups brown sugar 3 cups bread flour 1 cup butter 2 teaspoons nutmeg 1 teaspoon soda 2 eggs 1 cup sour milk 1/2 teaspoon salt Mix sugar with .flour and out in butter with 2 knives. Reserve one cup of this mixture and add to remaining spices and soda which have been sifted together. Add unbeaten eggs with milk and mix sligihtly. Pour into two 9x14 inch cake pans about an inch deep. Sprinkle top with 1 cup reserved mixture. Bak e in 350'degree oven for 35 or 40 minuts. Serve hot DEBBY GIMPLE 908 THERON (Send your favorite recipe to the Cook's Corner. Each recipe which is published will earn a $1 prize for the contributor. Recipes will be judged on the basis of reader interest or originality. They may be taken from a cook book or magazine, but the source should be given and sh-uld not be a current issue.) FARED MAKE FLYING AS LOW COST AS DRIVING SAVE 75% ON RETURN FLIGHTS WHEN YOU FLY ROUND TRIP TO KANSAS CITY, MO. R.aulir C«r, $63.00 • 4 Day F«r* J39.50 • SAVE $21.10 WICHITA, KS. ft.guitr Far. {37.20 • 4 Day Bargain Far* $23.SO • SAVE $13.70 DENVER, COLO. K.gutir Far. $54.20 • 4 Day Bargain Far. $34.00 • SAVE $20.20 COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Regular Far. $42.70 • 4 Day Bargain Far. $26.50 • SAVE $14.29 For reservations and information CALL BR 6-5132 "Or your Travel Aqent" UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED From Face, Arms, Legs You/ will never worry about unsightly hair again once you let me remove it permanently with the latest, most advanced Kree Short Wave Method. It's safe, speedy and pleasant because the current is s.o gentle. Come for a personal consultation and one FREE treatment. No obligation. Phone 151 Cimarron, Kansas, between 8:00 and 9:30 A.M. for appointment. Erna H. Bevington. Licensed Electroligest Over twenty years of successful experience. t Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Whitmer, 107 W. Hazel, were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Bacraft, Canon City, Colo. Mrs. Richard Wasinger and daughters, 1704 W. Kansas, spent Friday in Lakin with Mrs. Harold Smith. Linda Jean Ellington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ellington 1112 E. Laurel, is among the 101 freshman students enrolled at the University of Rochester's East man School of Music, Rochester N.Y. She is majoring in applied music grant. and student Baptist Women Elect Officers Mrs. Dale Borgman was elected president of the Missionary Ladies of the Fellowship Baptist Church at th e meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Homer Stout, Gardendale. Other officers elected were Mrs. Sylvia Paasch, vice-president; and Mrs. Stout, secretary- treasurer. These officers will be installed at the Jan'.jy meet ing. A baby shower was glVeu for Mrs. Clarence Wedel after the meeting. Mrs. Don Bamberry was co-hostess. Mrs. Borgman gave a report on,the Independent Bible Baptis Missions auxiliary meeting. She stated that one of the missionar ies in Uruguay expressed a need for clothing for several familie there. The group voted to sea 40 pounds of clothing for them. —Marilyn Strickert Is now at the Unique Beauty Shop. Phone B>R NOW SHOWING THRU TUESDAY mm. nmcusii BIRD MAN OF AlCATRAZ Illlllll Illl Plus Color Cartoon Boxoffice Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 STARTS WEDNESDAY A true story of heroism and human endurance beyond any you've ever seen . . . feM/'s Marauders ! JEFF CHANDLER -HARDIN PETER WILL ANDREW . CLAUDE BROWN-HUTCHINS-DUGGAN-AKINS A UNITED STATES PRODUCTIONS PHOTOPLAY IBB! TECHNICOLOR Mo. WARNER BROS IWIwl Co-Hit ... A thrilling epic of the Filipino head hunters The gateway to hell! TECHNICOLOR* From WARNER BROS. .Telephone BR V4602 6-7413 for appointment. VIVA FLUID MAKE-UP l£M CANNOT SPILL • NEVER DRIES OUT • NOTHING IS WASTED Introducing Frances Dcnney's convenient new aerosol bottle with meter-top that doles out precious drops of lasting color... drop by drop...just as you need ;'t. Holds 800 drops of the same enchanting foundation you love for its coverage, it. 1 ; radiant (lattery, its natural-looking matte finish, its lasting perfection. 5.5O PLU» r»i RENICK DRUG No. 1 NEW FALL SUITS VALUES TO $50.00 WOOL and WOOL BLENDS NEW FALL SHADES ALL NEW FALL 1962 PATTERNS fnof cfoseoufs) COMPARE ANYWHERE If you have an eye for value, McDonald's is the place to shop for the newest in Fall suits at the lowest price ever! Shorts — Regulars — Longs Be Present in Our Store Wed., Oct. 17th Cash Day Drawing at 2:30 p.m.—Prize $350.00 413 N. Main BR 6-4358 'DONALDS j. M. MCDONALD co.

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