Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 8
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f l ame BERNARD ERNEST is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Gerber, Imperial Rt, for tiicir son born Sept. 18. REBECCA JOYCE is the name selected by Mr. ami Mrs". Ralph Horrell, Gardendalf, for their daughter born Sept. 26. TAMMIE KAY, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jonas Castleberry, 907Vj N. 5th, was born Oct. 14. JEFFREY LEE was chosen by Mr. and Mrs- George Nuzum, 1610 A, as the name for their son born Oct. 4. BARBARA ANN was selected as the name for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald. Matejcek, 807 Anderson. STEPHANIE RENE is the name chosen for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith, 2103 N. 7th. Her birthday is Oct. 12. SHERRY LYNN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keeling, Scott City, was born Oct. 18, on her father's 35th birthday. TONI is the name chosen by Mi 1 , and Mrs. Irish Bruggeman, Gardcndale, fo>- their daughter who was born Oct. 15. JAMES MARVIN was selected by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gipson, 1504 St. John, as the name for their son born Oct. 8. KEVIN JAMES is the name selected by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kauffman, Rt. 1, for their son born Oct. 16. TROY DEAN was chosen by Mr. and Mrs. John Heard, 206 N. llth, as the name for their son. His birth date is Oct. 10. JULIE ANN is the name selected for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gigot, S. Star Rt. Her birthday is Oct. 15. ANITA MARIE was chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ni.vin, 406 Washington, as the name for their daughter who was born Oct. 5. LOREN JOSEPH is the name chosen by Mr. an,.. Mrs. Paul Wing,, Scott City, for their son born Oct. W. THOMAS JAMES, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Arnold, Eminence Rt., was born Oct. 8. THRU SUNDAY 7:30 NIGHTLY —Hear— Dr. Whitcomb Harding Evangelist Rev. Darrell Moore Tenor Vocalist * A friendly welcome awaits you ~k Preaching and, singing at its best. if Nursery provided CHURCH of the NAZARENE 11th at Elm Your Problems — by Ann Landers — DEAR ANN LANDERS: My sister and I are having a double wedding in three months. We are both marrying local fellows from large families. The problem is I don't want any children at the wedding or the dinner because we can have only a limited num. ber of guests. My sister says our fiances will be fauirt if they can't have their nieces and nephews present. She points out that they are all well behaved. I say children don't belong at an evening wedding — well behaved or not. How do we let the parents know that children are not included in the invitation? We don't want to start off married life with our relatives sore at us. Please, Ann, instruct us on how to handle this delicate situation. _ CLEVELAND TROUBLES Dear 'Cleveland: This is one of the touchiest of all problems and I can tell you right now you are not going to please everybody. A double-wedding automatically kites the guest list by one-third. Your fiances should take this into consideration^ The best solution is to give a party for the youfag children a week or two before the wedding. Make it clear to the mothers that you are entertaining the small fry because 'you are unable to invite them to the wed,ding. Have games and favors, a little wedding cake and ice- cream. Make it as festive as possible. This should get you off the hook nicely. * * * DEAR ANN: Last night I had a date with a fellow I've been dying to go out with for ages. I'm 15 and Dick is an upperclassman. We tkwibled witti his buddy who has a car. I never cared for his buddy. He takes out girls 1 consider common. Also he is famous for having flunked geometry three times. After the movie, instead of going for a hamburger, we headed for a spot called "Fetter's Paradise." I told Dick I didn't like the idea but he said the driver of the car has the say. Right away the two in the front seat started, to mush it up. This must have given Dick ideas because till then he had been a perfect gentleman. I told him to take -me straight home or I would gel out and walk. He got mad and told his buddy that "Miss .Flat Tir e of 1962" wanted to go right home. They all laughed and I felt like a fool. The next day I told my best girl friend and she claims I overdid the good behavior bit. Slue says one kiss wouldn't have killed me. Now I am — CONFUSED Dear Confused: You did the right thing, so now forget it. High standards are a good device for screening out third-raters. If Dick never asks you out again you haven't missed anything. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I would be the first to admit that the telephone is one of the greatest inventions since toe wheel. But it can also be most distracting and a horrible time-killer. What oan I do about people who ring me up at the most inopportune moments just to pass the time of day? Occasionally I love to yak on the phone, like anyone else, but my talkative frittrwte have a talent for calling just when I'm elbow-deep in cookie doug'h — or in the bath tub — or rushing to get a bus. How can T cut people off without being abrupt? Is there a "nice" way to tell them you can't talk? Help! Please! — SITTING DUCK Dear Sitting: The solution I'm about to suggest demands a great deal of will-power but it can be done. If you are in the tub, running for a bus, or not able to visit, don't answer the telephone. It's a lot easier, actually, than trying to explain to your Aunt Fanny you can't talk to her. To l*arn how to keep your boy friend in line without losing him, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking and Petting — And How Far To Go," 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 tfliem. to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Celery seed is just as good to add to creamed cabbage as it is to mix into cole slaw. RE-ELECT F. Arther Stone Democrat for County Commissioner FIRST DISTRICT FINNEY COUNTY Your vote and support appreciated N. Pol. Adv.—F. Arthur Ston« Calendar of Social Events PLYMELL HALLOWEEN Party — 7:30 p.m. Plymcll Community House. Sponsored by Golden Rule HDTJ, Everyone invited. SUNDAY BRIDGE CHAMPIONSHIP — 1:30 p.m. Warren Hotel. Sponsored by Garden City Duplicate Bridge Club. Dial 6-7039 for reservations. ALPHA TAU — 2:30 p.m. preferential tea. Mrs. Beth Porter, 103 B. Walnut. WESTERN KANSAS Cosmetologists Assn. — 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Down, ings. Guest artist and Instructor, Richard Aikin, Dodge City. MONDAY SR. HIGH SCHOOL COUNCIL representatives — 7 a.m. breakfast with City Recreation Commission at Warren Hotel. ACORN CLUB — 2:30 p.m. Mrg. Ruth Ruckel, 806 N. 6th. AFTERNOON ART CLASS — 1:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. Civic Center. EVENING ART CLASS — 7:30 10 p.m. Windsor Hotel. SENIOR HIGH — 7:30 - 10 p.m. Civic Center. WCTU — 10 a.m. . 4 p.m. Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Noon covered dish dinner. District meeting. TUESDAY IRIS CLUB — 7:30 p.m. Mrfl. L«« Warner, 308 E. Spruce. OLD TIMERS — 1-4 p.m. Clvie Center. JUCOS — 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. Clvie Center, END OF THE TRAIL Would it be the «nd of the trail for you, financially, if you were disabled by a sudden accident? Many, accidents occur during the winter montha cauiing financial «• well as physical problems. Be sure you have the financial protection of JEtna Accident Insurance. MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY USE. Chestnut BR 6-3512 MEMBER GARDEN CITY INSURANCE 9OARD G. Everett Millw EXPERIENCE COUNTS Republican Candidate for Re-election to the — United States Senate QUALIFICATIONS • Member, Kansas House of Representatives • State Republican Chairman • United States Cpngressman • Governor of Kansas • United States Senator • — For Carlson for Senator Committee, Tom Griffith, Ohm.

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