The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas on February 19, 1986 · Page 17
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February 19, 1986

The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas · Page 17

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Page 2B - Wednesday, February 19,1986 - The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise rage XD - weanesaay, reuruary 10, iow- mo^ouum wa£.ono-».in^ipiio^ _ -^ Insensitivity of the subtle kind wounds wife Ail my husband would have to do is to look at me and say, "My God, Erma! With your girth you should be an 85-foot redwood." It would hurt. I'd cry a little. Go to my room. Maybe slam a door or two. Get a divorce. But at least it would motivate me to lose a few pounds. But does he do that? No, he Just shrugs and lays one of his cute linen on me like, "Eat whatever you want. You're an adult." Did you catch the sarcasm? What I want to eat is Hershey, Pa., and Cocoa Beach, Fla. And he knows it! I know where he's coming from. He figures if he can keep me in elastic waistbands, I'll have deep-seated feelings of gratitude that he stays married to me. So every chance he gets, he throws in a comment to break down my self-esteem and my discipline. Lucky for me when I diet I don't have the usual irritability and paranoia that goes with it. I can handle this insensitivity. Like the other day at lunch, I was nibbling on whole-wheat pita bread stuffed with tomatoes and bean sprouts when my husband said, "Can I get you something while I'm up?" The oldest trick in the world. And you think you know what you've married. He wasn't being polite. He was waiting for me to say, "How about two folding chairs in front of the refrigerator?" I know, you can't dissect every line they use, but when a husband looks at his wife who is on a diet and says, "Need anything while I'm out?", we're talking insensitive. I could tell you stories about my husband's callousness while I'm dieting that would curl your hair. Once he tasted a dessert I had made in the blender that brought together skim milk, goat cheese and liver (maraschino cherry optional). He touched his tongue to it and said, "This doesn't taste too bad." Is that supposed to make me feel good? If my husband really loved me he would never have waited until I got into bed the other night and then asked, "Did you lock the back door?" I know it sounds innocent enough, but he knew I'd get out of bed, walk the length of the house and not have the strength to get back without eating two cold chicken wings in the refrigerator. There was no cloubl in my mind he had been waiting all day to lay that line on me. As I returned to bed he said, "How long have you been eating carrot sticks and drinking blue milk this time?" "Twenty-four hours," I snapped. "Why are you dieting? You look all right to me." See what. I mean? He wouldn't say that unless he wits seeing someone else. l»8«, Mis AiiurlpsTlmrsSyndicate OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN SCRATCH ™DENT SALE BIRTHS Eighteen babies were born at Guadalupe Valley Hospital between Feb.3andFeb.9. Two babies were born on Feb. 3. A daughter, Sara Christine, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Banta; a daughter, Amber Marie, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McKinney. Three babies were born on Feb.4. A son, Justin Ryan, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nife Cabrea; a daughter, Andrea Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woehler Jr.; a daughter, Adriana Nichole, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Maruro Hernandez. Three babies were born on Feb. 5. A son, Eric O'Dell II, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eric O'Dell Bellamy; a daughter, Amanda Kaye, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Bennett; a son, Clay Benjamin, was born to Mr. Springtime wedding plans now announced Jennifer Leigh Wingard and Scott Bryan Dodd are pleased to announce their intention to be married on June 14 in San Marcos. Jennifer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ross King, of San Marcos and Mr. and Mrs. Robert. 0. Wingard of Tyler. Scott is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Warden of Seguin and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dodd of McQueeney. Jennifer :ls a graduate of San Marcos High School and now attends Southwest Texas State University, from which she hopes to graduate in May. Scott is a graduate of Seguin High School and anticipates a December graduation from Southwest Texas State University where he now is enrolled. Jennifer is currently employed as a student programmer at Southwest Texas State University. Scott is an independant trim contractor in the San Marcos area. The wedding will take place at the First Baptist Church of San Marcos. Beta Sigma Phi celebrates with Valentine fun The Valentine meeting of the Xi Epsilon Omega chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held Feb. 11, at the home of Pat Scholl, hostess, with Delores Schwerdtfeger serving as co- hostess. Lou Ann Fisher presented a program on quilting, using many quilts made by relatives and friends to show the different kinds of stitches and patterns that have been used over the years. Pat Rumpt won a plate of brownies, the donations going to the Women's Shelter. Diane Wuest won a pair of silver heart earrings in the chapter drawing. A bowling social will be held March 8 at Laubach Hall and "Casino Night" will be March 14 at Goerke's in Marion with the other two chapters of Beta Sigma Phi. There will be a barbecue buffet with games to follow from 7:30-11. Next meeting will be Feb. 25, and will be a "dress meeting" for installation of new members. A social hour followed the meeting, with the exchange of secret-sister Valentine gifts. 'Carol's Corner' encourages fun Cont'd. from P0. IB gain a daughter-in-law when his •on, Greg, marches down the aisle with his lovely bride-to-be in June! So many Seguinites are down with the 'walking flu,' a name we made up for those who feel sick and yet not sick enough to stay home in b«d where they probably should be. Just a few reminders; get plenty of rest and drink lots of fluids. Orange juice is good for you. "Take lots of vitamin C," doctors tell us. So be good to yourself and take care and stay perky. You are loved! Call in your good news and thanks for reading us! (379-5112) and Mrs. James H. Christmas. Three babies were born on Feb. 6. A daughter, Sabrina, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Celestino Soto; a son, Isacc Rene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Garza Jr.; A son, Jesus, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clemente Herrera. Two babies were born on Feb. 7. A daughter, Lisette, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Llamas; a son, Ryan Anthony, was born to Mr. and Mrs. ValdoDeLaGarza III. Four babies were born on Feb. 8. A daughter, Renee Lynn, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Partick Brown; a daughter, Rosio Jasmine, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Hernandez; a daughter, Frances R,, was worn to Mr. and Mrs. Floriverto G. Juarez; a daughter, Amber Nicole, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Moises R. Mendiola. A daughter, Kimberly Elida, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Speedy Flores. IS YOUR IRA EARNING 10.75% * INTEREST? If not, do yourself a favor. Call your Century Life of America representative now. Our IRA annuity is currently paying 10.75%* interest and we guarantee the rate will not be less than 9% in 1986, regardless of economic conditions. So if you're looking for a way to maximize the tax-deferred earnings on your IRA money, call for complete details today. You owe it to yourself! CENTURY COM PAN 1ES Charles Villeneuve, CLU AMERICA^" 110 W. Court Seguin, TX 78155 379-8632 CENTURY LIFE OF AMERICA Hintigi Way. Waverty. Iowa 50677 *4'/2% guaranteed by contract. Penalty for early withdrawal. Reconditioned Color Consoles Savings up to 50% off 17' Whirlpool Frostless Refrigerator 19' Whirlpool Frostless side-by-side refrigerator Whirlpool Buil-in Dishwaher Whirlpool Buil-in Trash Compactor Whirlpool mirco/self clean oven Combo 30" wide Whirlpool self-clean Electric Range lift up- Cook-top Whirlpool 1.3 cu.ft Microwave Whirlpool Automatic Dryer 2 cycle La Capacity Whirlpool Automatic Dryer 4 cycle Whirlpool Washer 2 cycle heavy duty Whirlpool 19,5' Frostless Freezer Whirlpool 15' Freezer up-right Whirlpool Chest Freezer Whirlpool 19.5' Frostless Refrigerator Whirlpool 25' frostless side-byside Refrigerator Whirlpool 14 frostless Refrigerator Whirlpool Electric 30" Range lift up top Whirlpool Grill-Friddle Cook-top Whirlpool 8 cu. ft Microwave Whirlpool 5 cycle Automatic Washer 19" Remote Control Color TV RCA 19" diagonal color TV cable ready-remote RCA 25" diagonal color TV electronic tuner RCA 25" diagonal color TV remote control RCA 25" diagonal colot TV table model cole* trak 2000 RCA VHS-VCR with wireless remote SALE $125 Many others 1-of-a-kind floor samples. Damaged 1203 PAT BOOKER 658-5381 8.99 and 9.99 Our top-name tops: Par Four,® The Fox* and Towncraft® Sale 8.99 Orig. $16. The Fox® seasons this shirt smartly for spring in a colorful selection of checks, plaids and stripes. Woven polyester/cotton. Men's sizes S,M,L,XL. Sale 9.99 Reg. $14. Our Par Four® knit golf shirt takes to town as well as the fairway. Lots of solids in a comfortable blend of cotton/polyester. Men's sizes S,M,L,XL 9.99 Plaid tidings from Towncraft.® Our woven sportshirt in a plethora of plaids to team with slacks or jeans. In polyester/cotton. Men's sizes S,M,L,XL JCPenney Spring Sale $ 1 to $ 2 off Schoolgirl separates Sale 6.99 Reg. 7.99. RolUcuff camp shirt of polyester/ cotton. In plaids, stripes and solid colors. Big girls' sizes 7 to 14. Sale 8.99 Reg. 10.99. Sporty pants with wide elasticized waistband plus zip closure. All cotton, in solid colors. Big girls' sizes 7 to 14. $ 1off Great get-togethers Sale 3.99 Reg. 4.99. Pullover top with dainty scalloped edging. Polyester/cotton knit in stripes and solids. Little girls' sizes S,M,L. Sale 5.99 Reg. 6.99. Puli-on pants of cotton sheeting Choice of prints and solids. Little girls' sizes 4 to 6x. 14.99 Towncraft slacks Indispensable dress slacks for the contemporary man- about-town. Tailored to perfection in texturized polyester. With Ban-Pol* waistband. Traditional colors. Waist sizes 30 to 42. $ 3off Weekends' shirt Sale 7.99 Reg. 10.99. That California-casual look comes naturally when you're wearing this sporty placket shirt. Of polyester/cotton knit in a fresh array of stripes and solids. Young men's sizes S,M,L,XL. VISA- Intermediate markdowna may have been taken on originally priced merchandise shown throughout this circular. Reduction* from originally priced merchandise effective until stock Is depleted. Sales price on regularly priced merchandise shown throughout this circular effective through 2 22 86 JC 379-6964 Catalog 379-4090 enney Mon.-Wad., 10-7 Thurs., Fri. 10-9 Sat, 12:30-5:30

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