Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 3, 1970 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

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Wed., June 3, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pajt« 19 TO BE HONORED-Mr. and Mrs. John (Clare) McKay will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on June 6.' A family dinner is being planned at the American Legion Hall that evening, and their children and grandchildren will be hosts at open house on Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James McKay northwest of Greeley. Friends arc invited to call between 2-4 p.m. The couple has asked that gifts please be omitted. ( (C) 1967 by Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Synd.) C By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: I go with this guy who says he loves me, but listen to this. Every time he shows up, he has garlic or onions on his breath and he knows how much 1 hate it because I have told him so. No amount of chewing gum, breath freshener, or mouthwash helps. A breath like that really turns me off, Abby. What do you think I should do about it? Don't tell me to find another boyfriend because he is perfect for me in every way but this. DEBBIE IN THE BRONX DEAR DEBBIE: Beware of a guy who says he "loves" you but can't resist food that leaves his breath less thin levely. H» is obviously more concerned with his own plea- Mire th«n yeurs. Now if you are willing to settle for a "perfect" guy with just one "fault," you have him. DEAR ABBY: After going steady with Melvin for three years, we announced our engagement officially, and 1 started making plans for my wedding. I thought Melvin's mother would make a perfect molher- ln-l»w because she was always so nice to my face, but listen to this: She called up my mother and said, "I hope Cindy (that's me) won't wear false eyelashes on her wedding day, and please tell her in a nice way that those false hair pieces the should please leave in the drawer, too." (Abby, I have some very nice hair pieces which Melvin likes on me.) Not knowing what else to say, my mother said, "I will give Cindy the message." What right has Melvin's mother to tell me how In look on my wedding day? I don't want trouble with her because I love Melvin, but what is your opinion of such a lady? MELVIN'S BRIDE DEAR BRIDE: I think Melvin's mother Is treating you like · "daughter" already. DEAR ABBY: I usually agree with your answers, but I disagree with your reply In "Thinking H Over." (Her husband is sterile and opposed to artificial insemination, but she wants to be the baby's "natural" mother in preference to adopting a child.) You said, "Tell him that it's easy to be a father, it's more difficult to he a man." Since "Thinking's" husband is against the idea of artificial insemination (and I happen to agree with him) then why, for pity's sake, can't this women bring herself to open her heart to a homeless child who is already on this overpopulated earth? WAUKEGAN MOTHER CONFIDENTIAL TO EVERYBODY: The man who says he doesn't want lo become Involved in politics is like a drowning man who says he doesn't want to become involved with water. Vote as you please, but please vote. And the time to make sure you are properly registered for that privilege is now! What's your prolem? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. Write to ABBY, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 900*?. For a personal reply enclose stamped, addressed envelope. F R E E Storage FOR YOUR WINTER CLOTHES WHEN YOU HAVE THEM CLEANED AT KILEY'S . Crowded closels. jammed with soilPil r.lothhiK are an upen Invitation lo Mr. Mnlh and company. Let us clean and press your winter clothes--and store them in our air conditioned fault. U'a the only air-rondltinued vault In Greeley. Vault storage is Iree--you pay only for rtrycleaning. (Small itoragd charge for furs and fur-trimmed garments--and for laments which we do not dryclean.) Greeley's Only AIR-CONDITIONED STORAGE V A U L T . . . PROTECTS against MOTHS, HEAT, FIRE, THEFT { LOCATIONS: · Hillside Center « Kn 16th St. , , c i . e.y's DR',/- M C-£ASi3S Mui SHIRT LAUNDRY BIG SMITH Yahoo! A rustic makes tracks to town and is a lady-killer in no time. Big Smith -- lean and lanky, wild and uninhibited. Summer's a long costume party with S m i t h y . The "scare clothes" recklessly printed and colored shrieky. Make a play for Big Smith and cut-out for a summer of fun-tripping to everywhere under the sun. Cotton denim bib overalls, sizes S, M, L. $12. Matching cap $2. FASHION BAR AT EIGHTH AND EIGHTH OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 8:30

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