Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 15, 1976 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 15, 1976
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ANN LANDERS Page 6 Garden City Telegram Tuesday, June 15,1976. Thin Wife A/yioys Hubby This morning you answered the letter to the husband about his too-fat wife who has no will . power. Now, what do you have to say about a wife who is skin and bones? She was fat eight years ago but went on a strict diet and lost 45 pounds — which was 15 pounds too many. She still thinks of herself as "fat" although she is a rag, a bone, and a hank of hair. The crazy nut can't decide what to eat. When we go to a restaurant she studies the menu for half an hour. Nothing "looks good." She finds all kinds of excuses for having "just a cup of consomme." The woman just plain hates to eat. She's a nervous wreck — afraid she'll gain a pound — and she's making a wreck out of me. Please give me a better understanding of her problem before I walk out of here. She always reads your column and maybe she'll listen to you.— Going Mahoola Dear Mahoo: Your wife should see a doctor, immediately. From the symptoms you describe it may be that she is suffering from anorexia nervosa, a common psychological problem among females (rarely males). I hope she listens to me. Her life could be at slake. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I took care of my father-in-law for three months while he was terminally ill. My nerves were shot. The doctor suggested I go to a hospital to "rest up" for a couple weeks. My husband and I decided for the same money we could go to a resort. The first week was wonderful, then we ran into a fisherman buddy and his wife from our home-town. The three of them decided we should take an apartment together. I was against the idea, but went along with it to keep the peace. The other husband informed me on the first day that I would have to do all the housework and get the meals because his wife was "tired" and on holiday. I said "No," emphatically, and explained that I was "on holiday," too. My husband became upset and gave me the silent treatment for the entire week. In the meantime, I did all the work because the other wife slept until noon and it took her two full hours "to meet the world." I feel my husband was very disloyal because he didn't stick up for me. Now that we are home he still isn't speaking. What do you suggest? — Hurt Dear Hurt: A man who is so immature needs counseling. Since he'd probably refuse to go, I suggest that YOU go, in order to learn how to live with the stubborn ox. Also, you might learn a few things about yourself, such as why you let him (and others) kick you around so shameslessly. * * * Is pot a drug? Can L.S.D, and pills open-new worlds for you? Stop guessing. Get the facts in Ann Landers's new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs." For each booklet ordered, send a dollar bill, plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope (24, cents' postage) to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 1400, Elgin, 111. 60120. Weight Watchers Luncheon. Every Wednesday, Warren Hotel Coffee Shop.—Adv. See our OLD KENTUCKY HOME window at Book's Etc., 109 Grant Ave. next Wednesday.—Adv. Sears BIG VALUE! Motorized-brush Kenmore Powermate Vacuum Sears Low Price I 2671 A Big Value at this low price! Strong power from its own motor drives the Powermate brush to efficiently sweep up dirt from your carpets. 4 other tools to vacuum upholstery, dust furniture, walls and clean crevices, corners Sale ends Saturday Charge it dn one of Sears convenient credit plans 2627 Sears Kenmore Upright Vacuum YOUR CHOICE Revolving brush cleaner efficiently vacuums your carpets. Adjusts to several rug pile positions. Handle quickly adjusts to three positions. Large disposable dust bag. Canister Cleaner with Attachments Popular style cleaner to vacuum carpels or dust furniture, floors, walls, clean crevices and vacuum upholstery! 3 attachments store on top of canister. ^onoringcs4mcrica'sVicentennial Celebrating Our 90 th ^Anniversary cfar 601 N. Main 276-2376 SHOP AT SKARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Hack MR. AND. MRS. JERRY KIRCHOFF " (Julie Fishback) HKHHX, KOC8UCK AND CO. TV*e newest, most hearmq aid. teaiurmy; Frontal tourr.t seeking ceramic microphone. A medium gain hearing aid Meal lor nerve deatne** and mi>ed lo%\fs. An adiusUblt 10"* control *K mart comfortable tilling,. A sea'ed unit desiqnrd to •llml- nat» perspiratinn pror'em. Anyone can adlust these fashion able, liqht-weight templet to (It any need. • leu than M second Installation with our live (active) modult- tit ting either temple. • A separate, removable unit the will not interfere with the ute » eyeglasses! IM this new aM tti A.D. Bellinger will be at the Warren Hotel, Garden City, Thursday, June 17, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Mid Kansas Acousticon 2302 East Central Wichita, Kansas 67214 Julie Fishback became the bride of Jerry Kirchoff May 23 at the First United Methodist Church here. The Rev. Leonard Clark officiated for the 2 p.m. double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fishback, 411 Hudson, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirchoff, 1605 N. 9th. Arrangements of blue and yellow flowers and a candelabra decorated the church. Organist was Mrs. Lawrence Joyce, Garden City. Terri Benedict sang "Wedding Song" and Brian Craig sang "Could it Be Magic^", both accompanied by Beverly Joyce. All are from Garden City. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor- length gown of sheer organza over satin with a Gibson Girl neckline and a yoke of chantilly lace and pearls. The A-line skirt was accented with re-embroidered lace medallions. Both the skirt of " ; the gown * arid the chapel, length train were bordered by ,a lace flounce. Her elbow : length veil of English illusion was edged in chantilly lace and attached to a lace and pearl tiara. Lisa Harness was maid of honor. Bridesmaids, were Julie Martin, Julie Doll and Carma Ragel, all Garden City. They wore yellow halter dresses with lace jackets. Jack Kirchoff served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Danny Bloedorn, Tim Douglas and Bill Mason. John Fishback and Linda Kirchoff lighted tapers. Ushers were Jim Fishback, John Kirchoff, Ron German and Jeff Marker. Calendar of Social Events TUESDAY ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAK 8 p.m.. District Aide visit, presentation of 25-and 50-year pins. Masonic Temple; wear formals. EAGLE FORUM — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. John Mclcum, 1306 Pat's Drive. WEDNESDAY WILLIAM WILSON CHAPTER, DAR - 2 p.m., Velma Pitman, 210 E. 6th, Scott City. Heritage table: Flag Day items. TYRIAN LODGE NO. 246. AF-AM 7:30 p.m., stated meeting and work in third degree. Masonic Temple. SUNFLOWER EHU — 12:30 p.m.. Sirloin of America. >524 Taylor Plaza; Dutch treat. ST. JAMES ALWC — 7:30 p.m.. Mrs. May John, 803 4th. Introducing . . . THE UTOPIAN by Acousticon A reception followed at the church's Fellowship Hall, given by parents of the couple. Assisting were Mmes. 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