The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 21, 1973 · Page 7
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 7

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, August 21, 1973
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Six couples repeat vows S.uzy Marquez Dennis Carpenter 'A candlelight ceremony in the Scott City United Methodist CJjurch united Suzy Marquez a$d Dennis Carpenter in marriage. »Mr. and Mrs. George Lamon, SUott City, and Mr. and Mrs. Jtfck Carpenter, Shallow Water, are parents of the couple. "Officiating at the double-ring ceremony was Rev. Orson Evans. Musicians were Mrs. Robert Asnold, Benkleman, Neb., and Rjpbert Arnold Jr., Lincoln, Neb. , Attending the couple were the horde's sister, Mrs. Billy L. Brown, and Terry Ramsey. Ushers were James Eberhardt, brother of the bride, and Larry Litton. .'After a wedding trip to Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter are at home in Shallow Water. Gayle Trent Douglas Miller •wDodge City will be home for payle Ann Trent and Douglas Keith Miller, who were married in the Dodge City First United IMethodist Church. . ! Parents of the couple are JVIessrs. and Mmes. Arvin Trent §nd Keith Miller. All are of Dodge City. Officiating was Rev. Basil Johnson. Musicians were Gayle Wheatcroft, and Mrs. James Hampton. ,Best man and maid of honor w$re Jim Coen, Garden City, and Patty O'Neal. Other attendants were Pam Trent, Higginsville, Mo.; Jerry Goddard, In- ga'lls; Jeannie Buller and James Spradlin. 'Ushers were Terry Wood, Hoi- comb, and Mark Long. Lighting the tapers were Jacy Clark, Hutchinson, and Robin Spradlin-. ; Flowergirl and ringbearer were Joell Dame, Oklahoma City, and Jimmy Coen, Garden City. following the ceremony, the couple left for a wedding trip to Yellowstone National Park. The bride was graduated from Dodge City High School. 'Mr. Miller was graduated frqm Southeast Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School and is employed by B. J. Manufacturing, Dodge City. Qarla Samms Greg Mather .Rev. Bill Dial officiated in the Ulysses First United Methodist Church for the wedding of Darla Jean Samms and Gregory Evan Mather, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mather, Blue Rapids. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Samms, Ulysses. Musicians were Mrs. Robert Snyder, Andale, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Taylor. .^Attending the bride were Jill Mjller, Sylvia; Mrs. Becky Stoppel, Scott City; Lavon Moore arid Sally Meza. Rod Mather, Topeka, served his brother as bgst man. Groomsmen were Brad Miller, Sylvia; Jim Love, Montezuma; and the bride's brother, Mike Samms. !The tapers were lighted by Lisa Inks, Topeka, and Todd Miller, Sylvia. Ushering were the bride's uncle, Robert Sny- d$f, Andale, Bob Brown and Jerry-Fagala. Flowergirl and ring- bearer were Mickey Summers and Merle David Summers. 'Following a Colorado wedding trip, the couple will be at home in; Garden City. Both the bride and bridegroom are students at Gltden City Community College. «Mrs. Mather is a nursing ma- JCMV Mr. Mather is employed by ttjg,college. tM* «* [vfarla Dugger Mike Klein *Marla Dugger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dugger, Kalvesta, and Mike Klein, son of Mjr. and Mrs. Urban Klein, Fow- lep; were married in St. Sta- mslaus Catholic Church, Ingalls. LBev. Heinzen officiated. Mu- Lonely widow is looking for companionship DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am in charge of maintenance for a large luxury apartment building in this city. The problem is a well-heeled widow in her early 60s. We have a record of her "requests" for service and last month she called 42 times. This month her requests will exceed that number. She asks for someone to come up and move a piece of furniture, replace a light bulb, repair a leaky faucet, check the intercom system, "do something" about her TV reception, "do something" about her noisy re- Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Carpenter (Suzy Marquez) sic for the ceremony was provided by Sharla Maxwell, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Max Cossman, Dodge City. Attending the couple were Messrs, and Mmes. Jerry Whitaker and Darrell Finkeldei, Dodge City. Ushers were Dean Roecker, Williamsburg, and Mike Daylor, Wamego. The tapers were lighted by Jeff Klein and Lee Beckerman, Fowler. Stacey Addison, Cimarron, served as flowergirl. Following a wedding trip to Colorado, the newlyweds will be at home in Salina, where Mr. Klein is a student at the Salina Area Vocational-Technical School. Cindy Preston Leroy McDowell Cindy Preston became the bride of Leroy McDowell in Wilroads Gardens Christian Church, Dodge City. Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. McGraw (Marci Beth Lee) Lighting the tapers were sisters of the couple, Kari Lee, Kismet, and Leah McGraw, Woodville. Twin flowergirls were Monica and Marty Zordel, Kismet. After a Colorado wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Summit, Miss., where the bridegroom is a student at Southwest Mississippi Junior College. He was graduated from Wilkinson County Christian Academy, Woodville. Mrs. McGraw was graduated from Southwestern Heights High School, Kismet, and Seward County Community Junior College, Liberal. Mrs. Leroy McDowell (Cindy Preston) Parents of the couple are Messrs, and Mmes. George Preston and Harold McDowell. All are of Dodge City. Officiating was Rev. Elburn Ferguson. Mrs. L. M. Williams was the organist. Attending the couple were Dena Hodges and Kenny Montgomery. Following a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. McDowell are at home in Dodge City. Both the bride and bridegroom were graduated from Dodge City High School. Mrs. McDowell is employed by Gibson's Prescription Center, Dodge City. Mr. McDowell is a student at Dodge City Community College. Marci Beth Lee Rogers Y. McGraw A double-ring ceremony in the St. Patrick Catholic Church, Plains, united Marci Beth Lee and Rogers Yates McGraw Jr. in marriage. Their parents are Messrs, and Mmes. T. B. Lee Jr., Kismet and Rogers Yates McGraw, Woodville, Miss. Rev. John Haberthier officiated. Musicians were Teresa Tabor and Vickie Hinz, Liberal. Bridal attendants were Lori Lee, Kismet, Mrs. Steven Gordon, Lawrence, sisters of the bride; Nancy Brown, Liberal; Angela McGraw, Woodville, sister of the bridegroom; and Pam Angell. Best man was the bridegroom's father. Groomsmen were Lemire Ashley, Mark Trevillion, Lee Gavin and John Leake, Woodville. Serving as usher was Thomas Brown Lee III. NO BUGS M'LADY. NEEDED HERE, TOO! A/o Bugs M 'Lady Shelf and Drawer Paper is scientifically- treated to kill ants, cockroaches and silverfish. Use it in so many places: Shelves, drawers and cabinets • Broom closets and storage areas • Under sinks • Wrapped around cottons, linens and valuable documents • Not to be used with or around food or food utensils or where food is prepared or served No BUGS M'U\DY SHELF & DRAWER PAPER 73-: EARN MORE in'74 CHECK INTO THE TIME-SAVING COURSES OFFEREDATTHE BUSINESS COLLEGE AVENUE A AND WALNUT HUTCHINSON, KANSAS 67501 By Ann Landers Tell her she is entitled to x number of service calls a month and after that she will have to hire outside help. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our 18-year-old daughter is in love with a boy whose past reads like a nightmare. Broken home, stealing, reform school, drugs and alcohol. She was a fine girl until she met this boy, but for the past two years her life has consisted of lies, evasions, crying and nerves. Now that she is through high school I wonder if we should stop Page? Hutchinson News Tuesday, Aug. 21, 1973 fighting this thing and let her go with him. She has continued to see him on the sneak and we know it. We can't discuss it anymore. If the subject is brought up she says, "It's my life and no one can tell me how to live it." She is an intelligent girl and has plans for college. His future is very unpromising. He couldn't get into any college even if he wanted to, which he doesn't. His present job consists of sweeping floors. There is no end to the heartache caused by her mad passion for this boy. Her brothers, both older, have tried to talk to her. Light leaves them smiling NEW YORK (UPI) — Each year millions of Americans are struck -by bursts of light traveling 186,000 miles per second, and it usually leaves them smiling. The flashes are artifical light sources for picture taking. The research department of Honeywell Photographic Products, which pioneered development of electronic flash in this country, says each time a picture-taker utilizes an electronic flash he's hitting the subject with a burst of light that travels the same speed as lightning but with just enough energy to make an impression on film. Trucking sisters DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — Sisters Joyce McMahan and Brenda McMahan Turpin own and operate a trucking company which employs eight male truck drivers.. They inherited the company from their late father. frigerator, "do something" about the draft from the windows, etc. When the men go up there they have a devil of a time getting out. She always has the table set for two and asks them to sit down for coffee and a sweet. Yesterday she invited the window washer to stay for lunch. This morning the electrician told me he is sure she disconnects and unscrews things so she can call somebody to come and fix it. What can be done about her? She's a non-stop talker and nobody wants to go up there.— BIG J DEAR J: The poor lady is lonely but it is not up to the building to supply companionship for widows. Favorite recipe BURNT SUGAR CAKE 2 c. granulated sugar 1 c. boiling water Put sugar in a heavy skillet; stir constantly to prevent scorching. When sugar becomes a clear liquid, remove from heat, stir in water slowly so it does not splatter. Return to heat; stir until syrup is smooth. Cool. 2'/4 c. flour 1/3 c. burnt sugar syrup 3 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. almond flavoring 1 tsp. salt '/2 c. shortening 1 c. sugar . , 2 eggs 1 c. milk Sift flour, baking powder, salt and sugar together. Blend thoroughly the milk, burnt sugar syrup, and almond flavoring. Add two-thirds of mixture to dry ingredients; add shortening and beat for two minutes. Add remaining mixture and unbeaten eggs; beat for two minutes. Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Burnt sugar icing 6 tbsp. butter 4 c. powdered sugar 1 egg yolk 1 tsp. almond flavoring 5 tbsp. burnt sugar syrup 2 tbsp. cream Cream butter and egg yolk; add remaining ingredients; blend until smooth and creamy. Frost cooled cake. MRS. ROBERT MATHEWS RFD 1, Box 110, Lyons Her friends have tried to make her see the problems she will face if she continues to go with him. Nothing seems to help. Seeking professional help is not the answer. We tried that, too. Should we give up and let her go with him freely so that the forbidden does not seem so magical?—ANOTHER SAD MOTHER. DEAR MOTHER: A girl 18 is old enough to pick her own friends. My guess is that when you stop attacking her selection she will no longer need to defend it. This is often the case with girls who take up with undesirable company. She'll probably drop him when she feels she can do so of her own volition and not because YOU want her to. ANNIE OLD KID: Here we go again. I refer to your nutty views on guns. I have hunted since I was 12. I have never shot a gun carelessly or caused an animal to suffer. Some ol the beef you eat was the result of a smack between the eyes with a sledge . hammer, or a knife through the jugular. Give us hunters equal time. Don't take our guns away. — MICHIGAN DEAR MICH: Relax, Sport. I don't want your hunting guns. I'm after the Saturday night specials — the hand-guns that are killing thousands of innocent people. Those are the murder weapons I'd like to see melted into scrap iron. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to The Hutchinson News, Box 3345, Chicago, 111. 60654, and enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope.) 8-21 . . . making memories today to share tomorrow. A fitting gift PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) — When she retired as a municipal court clerk after 15 years of han : dling traffic and parking tickets recently, court employes presented Mrs. Duncan McDonald with a fitting gift — a parking meter. 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