Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 22, 1962 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, October 22, 1962
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Pog* S ftnrrinn fll.v T<>l n ifrnm Monday, October 22, 1962 M/ss Yoxall Discusses C if ban Daily Paper Miss Bertha Yoxall discussed "The Night our Paper Died" written by Jose Rlvero, editor of a daily paper in Havana, Cuba. He had supported Castro, became disillusioned and was exiled to this, country. Eleven members attended the Progressive Readers Club meeting Monday night in the heome of Mrs. James McWilliams, 1404 E. Chestnut. Instead of the usual book report, poems were read by Mrs. Edith Bennie and Mrs. John R. Riggs directed the reading of poem s from a personal growth leaflet published by the National Education Assn. New Officers Entertain N6w officers of the Women's Fellowship of the Church of the Brethren were hosbeses for the meeting Thursday in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. Officers are Mmes. Royal Hornbaker, Thomas Graves, Raymond Ladd and Lorene Coulter. Mrs. Hornbaker, as president, conducted the business session for 17 women attending. Mrs. Troy Moody presented the devotions. Quilting ladies asked for help with their auilts and one day a month will be for tying comforts Mrs. Willis Hammill reported on the district meeting conducted recently at Quinter. The Nov. 15 meeting will be a pot luck dinner in the church Fellowship Hall with a 9:30 a.m. meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs. Clyde Sheatos, Mrs. Carl Boyd and Mrs. Hamill. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD L CARNEY, JR. Maria Elaine Peitz Garden Citian Marries In Wichita Ceremony Nuptial mass was given in St. ing accessories. She wore an Mary's Cathedral in ichita Oct. 6 at the marriage of Maria Elaine Peitz and Richard L. Carney, Jr. Wichita. The Hev. Robert L. Smith officiated. The bride is the daughter of formerly PRAIRIE GAS & EQUIP. bruant FORCED AIR HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS 5 YEARS TO PAY CUSTOM SHEETMETAL WORK Ducts.'Elbows, Fittings Gravel Stop Rain Gutter, Metalbestos Flue Pipe, Furnace Filters, Grilles, Registers, Complete stock Minneapolis-Honeywell Thermostats & Furnace Controls. For Prompt Service or Free Estimate Call . . . BR 6 - 5550 '09 N. 8 Christian Women Study Special Needs Ministry "Ministry to special needs through the United Council of Churches" was the topic for discussion Thursday by all groups of the Christian Women's Fellowship. The devotional topic for all groups was "The Good Samaritan." The Venlta Whitmer group met for a morning coffee with Mrs. Naomi Hett, 209 E. Hazel. Mrs. C. D. Ashburn gave the lesson for the nine attending and Mrs. F. H. Guiyer presented the devotions. An aft«rnoon meeting in the church parlor was conducted by the Ethel Shreve group. Thirteen ladies from the Plymell group were guests and 12 members were present. Mrs. W. E. Jones was lesson leader and Mrs. Lawrence Wasson conducted the devotional service. Members voted to make a layette to be sent to the Yakima Mission in Washington. Hostesses were Mrs. F. E. Gillenwater and Mrs. Robert Ta'ylor. araaraphA orchid corsage. Approximately 300 attended the wedding dinner at the Shirkmere Hotel and the dance which followed with the Bashman Band of Wichita playing. The bride is a graduate of Gar- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Peitz, 1604 den city High School and is em . Walker, and the bridegroom is, ployed with Goffe and C arken- the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Carney, Sr., Wichita. French lace over tulle a..J taffeta fashioned the bridal gown. Rosepoint lace molded the long bodice designed with a scalloped neckline. Her aisle wide skirt was fashioned with alternate ruffles of lace and pleated tulle. Tiers formed 'che cathedral train. The three-tiered wedding veil of silk illusion fell in cascades from a crown of pearls and iridescent sequins. Her necklace of white pearls was a gift from her bridegroom and she carried a bridal bouquet of white rosebuds. Judy Carney, sister of the bridegroom, served as maid of honor and Geraldine Peitz of Liberal was bridesmaid. Both bride's attendants wore satin sheaths of pheasant gold 'with matching overskirts of silk organza. Nylon veiling rippled from their pearl crowns and they wore 'rist length gloves while carrying bouquets of white gladioli. • Attendants for the bridegroom were Robert Vossman, Wichita, who served as best man and Raymond Burgett, Wichita, groomsman. Powder blue wool fashioned the frock worn by the mother of the bride. She wore white gloves and black patent accessories, corsage was an orchid. Mother of the bridegroom was attired in a royal blue sheath er, Inc., in Wichita. Her husband Returning Sunday evening from Dodge City was Mrs. Carl Sever, 1010 N. 12th. She visited several days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Arch Sever who is seriously ill in St. Anthony's Hospital in Dodge City. Returning Friday from L .3 Vegas, Nev.were Mr, and Mrs. Alton Garnand, 901 Theron, who attended a carpet seminar. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Garnand, Mrs. Mllo J°yce, 1016 Theron, was hostess for 12 members and a guest of the Wilma Tye group in the afternoon. Leading the discussion topic was Mrs. Bessie Graves. Presenting the devotions was Mrs. Edwin Heismeyer. Thirteen members of the Velma Larson group met in the afternoon in Holcomb with Mrs. Ora Schonf. The program wa s given by Mrs. Rosie Allen and the devotions led by Mrs. E. Lattimore. Halloween Decor Highlights Guild Dinner Meeting Halloween motifs and fall flowers decorated the tables for the Your Problems by Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Sun- dfty my widowed sister who has had lovely gray hair for at least JO years showed up at our home for dinner — a flaming red-head. At first I thought it was a wig but she told me straight away thai sh e had had it dyed. She wanted to know how it looked so I told her I HHn't like it because it didn't go with her face. Then she said, '"How come you don't like dyed hair on me but you think it's just fine for your wife?" I asked her what sh e meant by that remark. She replied, "Virginia has been dyeing her hair for years." 22 attending the dinner meeting! J told her I didn't believe it, so Wedesday night of the Wesleyan she , cal ed ~ finiM m. 4Vi« wi-,,1 »«•„«, 050 as::"fl is 'employed with the post office 503 N. 6th, returned Thursday department in Wichita and is morning from the 82nd a nnu al presently enrolled at the University of Wichita. National Funeral Directors meeting in Washington, D.C. in the The newlyweds are at home at Statler-Hilton Hotel. They also 835 N Topeka, Apt. 3, Wichita, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill 0 Neill at Bethesda, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shoemaker and family, Rosalie, Richard and Frank in Hagerstown, Md.; and points of interest including the Smithsonian Institute, Harper's Ferry, the Senate and the House of Representatives. Dighton Girl Is Engaged Mrs. Maude Fagerquist of Dighton announces the engagement of her daughter,.Nila Carol, to John Peverley, Fort Collins, Colo. -Miss Fagerquist is a 1959 graduate of the Lane County Com J munity High School, in Dighton, and a 1961 graduate of th e Dodge City School of Practical Nursing. At present, Miss Fagerquist is employed by the Ppudre Valley Memorial hospital in Fort Collins. Mr. Peverley is the son of Mrs. Bass Peverley, of Denver, Colo. He is a graduate of Colorado State University and at presei.t is attending the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science. He will return to Fort Collins and continue his employment with the Her' \varren Funeral Chapel. No definite wedding date has been set. Returning Thursday from a three weeks vacation trip to California Oregon and Idaho were Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCray, 502 N. 10th. Sightseeing and visiting relatives were the highlights of the trip. Saturday evening g'tests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Eckcrt, 904 li. 2nd, were Mr. and Mrs. E.T. "WfL?!, T°^ JtTL^ 1 1,* -Order Christmas Holly at your' Horlou and son, and Mrs. S.E. Houseguests over the weekend of Mrs. Nellie Coates, 710 Pennsylvania, were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lane and son, Donald of Salem, Ore. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Warsap, Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Peitz and Ginger, 1604 Walker, were in St. John Saturday to attend the wedding of a nephew of Mr. Pci'tz, Larry Rhnar. His bride is Dianne McKain of Stafford. matching wool jacket and match door from a Jr. Kayette. —22 Staley of Norton. 224 N. Main BR 6-3551 Garden City—The Garden Spot orner ICEBOX CHERRY DESSERT Service Guild at the First Methodist Church. Devotions were given by Cora Dickey assisted Betty Dague and Etna Isaac, Mrs. Hantla was in charge of the lesson and presented a skit with Lucille Castro and Clara Armstrong. A film was sihown depicting the church world service of the National Council of Churches. Members attending District conference in Cimarron last Sunday were District President Miss Bernadine Sitts; Lucille Waddcll, local president; Elma Clare Tromblc, district recording secretary; Fern Cleveland, district nominating committee member; Lucille. Castro, Leota Walker, Ruth Walker, Lucy Shapland and Cora Dickey, conference nominating committee members; and Mrs. Ralph Miller and Marguerite Roth, co-ordinator for the Guild and the WSCS. The week of Oct. 25-31 will be the "Week of Prayer and Self Denial" to be observed by an early morning service and breakfast to be announced later. Calendar of Social Events MONDAY ALPHA TAU of BSP — 8 p.m. Mrs. Jack Bryant, 100-1 N. 4th XI IOTA EXEMPLAR — 8 p.m. Mian Erdene Corley. 912 Theron. ADULT ART CLASS — 7:30 p.m. Windsor Hotel. CULTURA STUDY CLUB — 8 p.m. Mrs. Guy Rhodes, ri07 W. Elm. TUESDAY PRISCILLA CLUB — 2:30 p.m Mrs. Ellis B. Titus, 901 N. 9th. SOROSIS HERMANA — 2 p.m Mrs. G. C. Chmelka, N. Center. EVENING BELLES HDU — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Melvin Holmes, H08 Davis REBEKAH LODGE — 7:30 p.m Odd Fellow Hall. Assembly reports Refreshments SEQUOYAH HDU — 2 p.m. Mra Dalo Corley. 1022 N. 5th, Note change of place. AAUW MENTAL HEALTH Study Group — 7:1)0 p.m. Mrs. Cecil Written, 806 N. 7th. .... WEDNKSOAY TODAYS MOTHERS CLUB — p.m. Party for husbands. Mrs. Rob. ert John. 1107 Bancroft. Bring table .service. STAR CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Clvdo DibhoMs. 510 N. 4th. MARIS STELLA — 2 prn. Mrs. Ileiu-y Weldon. 922 Center. Note chancre of meeting. BPW CLUB -- fi:30 p.m. Luau Inn. Call Mabel Adams. 6-5497. Dr. Rleli- arrt dribble, world traveler, guest speaker. PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOUR — 10 - 10:45 a.m. Public Library. Renders Mrs. Milton Roberts and Mra. Leon Rnrnsev. BANNER TIDIT — 1:30 p.m. 4-H bulldhi?. Hostesses. Mrs. J. K. Duna- vnnt nnd Mrs. Arthur Murnhv. NITE LTTFIS ITDU — 7:30 p.m M'-*. Ellis Crist. Eminence Rt. SALMAGUNDI — 2 p.m, Mrs. H. M. Wiley, Lincoln Road. PTUttUT NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Club — 2 p.m. Mrs. Frank West, 2615 C. 16 graham cracker* crushed 3 tablespoons melted butter V* cup powdered sugar 1 can prepared cherry pie filling Mix: 18 big marshmallows Vt cup milk Melt marshmallows and milk together in double boiler. Set aside to cool. Add Vi teaspoon vanilla Whip 1/2 cup whipping cream Stir crushed crackers with melted bu'tter and powdered sugar. Place V4 cracker mixture in bottom of buttered bake dish. Fold the cooled marshmallow mixture with the whipped cream. Pour >/2 of this cream mixture over the cracker crumbs. Spoon on the can of cherry pie filling. Cover with the remaining cream .mixture and top with remaining cracker mixture. Store in refrigerator to be served next day or several hours later. MRS. GENE JOHNSON 1118 N. 5TH i (Send your favorite recipe to Hie Coofc't Corner. Bach recipe which Is punished 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.) Plan To Attend Fall Session of Private Pilot GROUND SCHOOL Starts Tuesday, October 23, 7:00 P.M. in THE GARDEN BOWL Meeting Room For more information call: WESTERN PLANESALES, Inc. BR 6-3286 wife into the room H her in my presence. My wife admitted it. 1 felt as if I had been stabbed in the back. Don't you think a ivoman should tell her husband these things? Please set me stright. -CLAUDE Dear Claude: Approximately one woman out Of three "does something" to her hair these days. The procedure is so commonplace it's hardly worth mentioning. And incidentally, you can tell your catty sister that a little bottled help to keep the locks nature's own color is a far cry from going from gray to red — in one wild leap. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I married young to a man who was average in looks, below average in intelligence and had no money. To be honest, I don't know what I saw in him. He was 12 years older, besides. Our first child was born when I was 18. The doctor who delivered my baby was handsome, charming, unhappily married, Delta Kappa Gammas To Sponsor Luncheon Autumn leaves, chrysanthemums and Halloween candies decorated the table Saturday night for the dinner meeting of t)he Delta Kappa Gamma Society at the Warren Hotel. The Delta Kappa Gammas will sponsor a luncheon at the Church Sunflowers Re-elect Mrs. Thiessen Mrs. Ed Thiessen was re-elected president of the Sunflower Home Demonstration Unit at the meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clayton Ladwig, 1502 W. Kansas. Vice-president is Mrs, Cecil Dudley and Mrs.. Ed Wiebe is the secretary; Mrs. Henry Wiebe, treasurer and Mrs. Ladwig, reporter. Miss Cheryl Etling as guest speaker gave a talk on communism and the life of a Russian student. Cheryl was sponsored to attend the citizenship ; .mihar of the Brethren for all visiting Delta Kappa Gammas attending the Kansas State Teachers Assn. next weekend. Hostesses Saturday were Carrie Armstrong, Lakin; Gladys Hoyt and Mrs. Mina Kelley. Mrs. Faye Riggs presided, for the 42 attending. Singing was led fry Marguerite Roth with Mrs. Nelle Harper, pianist. Miss Georgia Matthews and Mrs. Talmadge Thompson were in charge of the program. "People to People", a film, showed how millions of people could be fed maximum nutrition at three cents a meal in minimum bulk with a multi-purpose food. Reports of the District One workshop at Liberal were given >by Ethel Marcellus, Violet Hoppe, Jennie Wilson and Mrs. Riggs. MOST Plans Ladies Nicfht An evening in Old Mexico will be the theme of the Oct. 25 Ladies' night meeting of the Men last summer. She stressed the O f gt. Thomas Episcopal Church. Don Tallev Takes Astraea Club On Home Tour Jack-o-lanlerns and fall flowers decorated the home of Mrs. Norman Sage for the Astraea Club meeting last week. She was assisted by Mrs. Al Stecklein. Don Talley conducted the group on a tour of three new homes in Garden City. He pointed out the advantages and disadvantages of various floor plans. He said, "It is the individual taste of the residents which determine the cost of a home." President Mrs. Merle Altman announced the Nov. 5 meeting wil) be with Mrs. Bob Small at 2 p.m. importance of freedom for economic well being and explained different forms of government and types of economy. The Gold Seal was received by the unit for their charter. Mrs. H.N. BreCheisen gave the lesson on "The Construction of Furniture." "Personal and family needs determine the type and Quality of furniture one should choose," Mrs. Brecheisen remarked. "Ask questions on construction and workmanship to determine the durability desired for your purpose. Pay particular attention to the construction of drawers," she explained. Mrs. D.E. Siegle was assisting hostess for the nine members and guests, Miss Katherine Siegle, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Mrs. Jerry Johnson, Shannon and Cindee, Garden City. Members voted to omit the Thanksgiving dinner as a unit this year as the foods lesson will be at the 4-H building that day with the Kountry Kuzins unit. Marriage Announced Former Garden Citians Mrs. Hubert Brighton and H. Stafford Matthews announce their marriage in Rupert, Ida., at the Trinity" Memorial Episcopal Church Oct. 15. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Etrick will show movies and give reports of their trip to the S. W. Synod meeting, of the Episcopal Church held, this year, ni Mexico City. Mr. and Mrs. Etrick were two of the six representatives from the Missionary District of Western Kansas. The evening will include entertainment, decorations with a Mexican style and refreshments in keeping with the theme of the evening. The affair will be in the Parish Hall of the church at 8 p.m. Saintpaulia Club Studies Violets The Saintpaulia Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Milhon, with Mrs. Franklin Meeker serving as co- hostess. Mrs. Ralph Powers gave the losson on "Light for African Violets". Mrs. Dick Robinson told about new varieties and Mrs. R.E. York gave the list of violets that have made the honor roll and the best one-hundred. Twelve members and five guests were present. Guests were Mrs. Lynn Russell, Mrs. Elizabeth Zirkle, Mrs. John Davis of Lamed, Mrs. R.M. Jameson, and Miss Cheryl Meeker. Members receiving Mystery Pal gifts were Mrs. Milhon, Mrs. York, Mrs. Walter Brennaman, Mrs. Fred Oliver, and Mrs. Ed Bill. Mrs. F.A, Meier received and old enough to be my father. I was attracted to h'm on the first visit and he fell in love with me on the third. We had to be careful to protect his professional reputation. To make a long story short 1 had six children and two miscarriages in 12 years. Everyone marveled at my determination to have a large family, but the truth was I had to keep seeing the doctor and I needed an excuse. My husband adored children and they . all resembled him so this was no problem. Six months ago the doctor died. I am heartbroken and filled with guilt. I'm sure I'd "eel relieved if I could go to his widow and beg forgiveness. They say confession is good for the soul, but I'm not religious and I don't believe hi prayer. Yet I must tell somebody. Help me, please. —PENT UP Dear Pent: You've told me. That's enough. An earful like this could put a woman in her grave. As for prayer, I believe in it — and fervently. If you haven't tried it don't knock it. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was interested in the letter from the woman who said she never invited anyone to her home a third time if she wasn't invite,, back. This started me thinking. My husband and I moved her e three years ago. We met lovely people through his work and our church and received dozens of invitations. I never felt like reciprocating because, frankly, they were out of our league. Their homes are elegant, they have exquisite china, silver, linen, maids to serve meals and some even have chauffeurs to pick up guests. So you see, Ann, sometimes when there's no return invitation it's because some people know better than to step out of their class. —REALISTIC Dear Realistl*: The notion that "class" is related to worldly goods is all iri your head, Toots. Worthwhile people pay no attention to silver, china, or servants. If you enjoyed the people you should have returned their hospitality. To learn the booby-traps of teenage drinking, write for Ann Landers' booklet, "Teenage Drinkjng," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. The Rev. Kale King officiated \ the hostess prize, at Hie candlelight ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCray, 502 N. 10th. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews will; be at home at 1304 E. Rupurt, j Ida. 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