Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 11, 1976 · Page 2
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 2

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, August 11, 1976
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MR. AND MRS. GARY D. MAYES (Tonctta L. Mesa) Tonetta L. Mesa and Gary D. Mayes exchanged marriage vows July 17 at St. Dominic Catholic Church. The Rev. Pr. Donald Heim officiated for the 2 p.m. double- ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mesa, 1224 Jones Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mayes, 432 Union Ave. Altar of the church was decorated with two candelabras and arrangements of gladioli. Mrs. Jack Linenberger, Holcomb, played "We've Only Just Begun" and "The Wedding Song," on the organ. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor- length gown of empire styling featuring a low neckline, lace sleeves and chapel-length train. Her waist-length veil of lace was trimmed with pearls, and she carried a bouquet of roses, carnations and baby's STEAMATIC® Carpet Cleaning Furniture Cleaning FREE ESTIMATES ,, , . 276-7138,, ' . : :. Lee Scott, Mrg. ra^0d breath. Tammy Schaffer, 704 Edwards, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Denise Norman, Borger, Tex., and Diane Taylor, Garden City. They wore floor-length gowns of blue floral print cotton. Best man was John H. Garrett, Borger, Tex. Groomsmen were Pat Masterson, Amarillo, Tex., and Reynaldo Mesa, Garden City. Sofia Silva, Garden City, served as flower girl, and ringbearer was Sammy Mesa. Ushers were Albert Mesa and Bobby Zundt. A reception followed at the Continental Inn, given by parents of the bride. Assisting were Gloria Clymer, Ruth Frias, Ann Mesa, Ester Mora, Betty Duvall and Jesse Ortiz. Honor guests was Mrs. Grace Thompson, grandmother of the groom. The bride is a graduate of Garden City High School. The groom is a graduate of Borger (Tex.) High School, attended Amarillo College, Frank Phillips College in Borger, and is employed as an operator helper for Phillips Petroleum Co. at Borger. After a wedding trip to Oklahoma City, Okla., the couple is at home in Borger. Cynthia Louise Novack became the bride of Michael Scott Rivers July 24 at St. Anthony Catholic Church, Lakin. The Rev. Fr. F.C. . Laudick officiated for the 2 p.m. double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Novack, Deerfield, Scott Rivers, Holcomb, and Mrs. Pat Rivers, Jefferson, Tex. Altar of the church was decorated with two potted white mum plants. Leonard Konda, Spearville, cousin of the bride, sang "Ave Maria,". "Wedding Prayer", "On This Day", and "Thee, Our Father". He was accompanied on the organ by another cousin of the bride, Steve Konda, Wichita. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride chose a floor-length gown of ruffled lace over satin. If featured a fitted waistline and high neckline trimmed in lace and pearls. Her fingertip veil was attached to a headpiece of lace and pearls and she carried a cascade bouquet .of blue rosebuds and baby's breath. The gown was designed by the bride and fashioned by her mother. Mrs. Shane Adams sister of the groom, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Debbie Novack, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Tim Novack, sister-in-law of the bride, all from Deerfield. They wore floor-length gowns of floral flocked cotton in baby blue, with matching picture hats. Mike Mathias, Deerfield, was best man. Groomsmen were David Novack, brother of the bride, and Mark Rivers, ANN LANDERS Skunk Cabbage and Verbal Bouquets MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL SCOTT RIVERS (Cynthia Louise Novack) brother of the groom, both from Holcomb. Mass servers were Nathan Hahn, Garden City, cousin of the bride, and Raymond Lopez, Deerfield. Randy Novack was ringbearer and Sheila Novack was flower girl. They are nephew and niece of the bride, both from Holcomb. Ushers were Dennis Whitten, brother of the groom, and Timmy Tovack, .brother of the bride. A reception, dinner and dance followed at the Eagles Hall in Garden City. Assisting IN APPRECIATION we wish to thank our children and their families, and all our many friends for contributing to our happiness in the celebration of our golden wedding anniversary. God bless you all. Fred & Alice Rogers were Mrs. Tom Phillips and Mrs. Pat Parker, sisters of the bride, Mrs. Danny Novack and Mrs. Gary Novack, sisters-in-law of the bride, Tina Haberman, cousin of the bride, Mrs. David Novak, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Mike Mathias. The bride is a 1976 graduate of Deerfield High School and is employed at the Kearny County Hospital at Lakin. The groom is a 1973 graduate of Deerfield High School and is employed by Kansas- Nebraska Natural Gas Co. at Lakin. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I work for an airline and this letter (which I swear I am going to mail, come hell or high water) has been written in my head at least a dozen times. I can't understand why so many people think an airline should start where Mama left off. Our only obligation is to get the passenger from one city to another safely — and on time, if possible — and to make the trip as comfortable and pleasant as we can. People have insisted that we pay for a taxi to take them home because their cars wouldn't start in the parking lot. We've been asked to pick up the tab for a night's lodging in a motel because a passenger forgot his keys, One woman asked that we deliver her suitcase to her home because she left it in a phone booth at the airport. If passengers choose to carry on guitars, pictures in glass frames, hockey sticks and rare pieces of art, they have no right to yell at us if something gets broken. Our major concern is people — not their possessions. Why is it so difficult to get the public to accept the fact that all mechanical equipment breaks down occasionally? Nothing works perfectly all the time. So please, Ann, tell your readers that when they encounter a delay, it would be immensely helpful if they would try to remember it's because we don't want to risk their lives. Ask them not to m MRS. KEITH EYMANN (Rhonda Eyman) PRESENTING THE ALE NEW MARGO SMITH backed by The Oklahoma Sunshine AT THE MINI CLUB Calendar of Social Events WKDNKSDAY BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB - 0:31) p.m.. dinner meeting. Coffee Ann Heslauranl; guest speaker Anila Kirmer. mh dislricl director from Dodge City. KUIDAY COUNTRY FRIENDS - 5'30 p m hamburger fry at Ruth Ball's home. HOH N. 1st. PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERS li:M> p.m.. picnic in-Pinnup Park. Bring salad or vegetable, meal and drink furnished. ROYAL NEIGHBORS - 6:30 pm SUPPer ' 7:3 ° D ' m meet ' n K. Rhonda Eyman became the bride of Keith Eymann July 24 at the Asbury Methodist Church in Prairie Village. The Rev. Al Hager officiated for the 2:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Don Eyman, Prairie Village, . former Garden City residents, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eymann, Olathe. The church was decorated with arrangements of yellow roses, white carnations, mixed flowers and two candelabras with greenery. Mrs. Lawrence Joyce, Garden City, aunt of the bride, was organist. Susan Glick, Overland Park, sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Wedding Song". Given in marriage by her parents, the bride chose the gown that had been worn by her mother. The floor-length gown of white satin featured a fitted lace bodice, long, pointed sleeves and a long train. Her fingertip veil was attached to a lace and seed pearl headpiece, and she carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses, white carnations and mixed flowers. Becky Eyman, Prairie Village, served her sister as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Becky Glick, Overland Park. They wore identical gowns of yellow nylon organza over yellow satin. Craig Eyman, Olathe, was best man. Groomsman was Randy Borrell, Leawood. ymann Janell Joyce, Garden City, and Cindy Ernst, Bartlesville, Okla., cousin of the bride, lighted tapers. Flower girl was Kim Bates, Overland Park, and ringbearer was Jamie Borrell, Leawood. Ushers were Will Brownsfield, Mission Hills, and Terry Misak, Bluff City. A reception followed in the church parlor, given by parents of the bride. Assisting were Beverly Joyce and Sandra Joyce, both Garden City, cousins of the bride, and Mrs. Norman Ernst, Bartlesville, Okla., aunt of the bride. Honored guests were Mrs. Vesta Eyman, Forrest City, Iowa, Mrs. Fred Harms, Garden City, and Mrs. Elmer Eyman, Deerfield, grandmothers of the couple. The bride attended Shawnee Mission West High School and Kansas State University, and is employed as secretary for Block and Veach Consulting Engineers, Kansas City. The groom attended Shawnee Mission South High School and kansas State University, and is employed as an engineer for Ambassador Builders, Inc., After a wedding trip to Padre Island, the couple is at home in Overland Park. Parents of the groom were hosts for a rehearsal dinner at their home. The bride's parents also are former residents of Deerfield and Syracuse. scream at us like maniacs and vow they will never fly with us again. We are doing our best and we are — Only Human Dear Only: I fly a great deal and I never cease to marvel at the fine job the airlines do, often under difficult circumstances. Please accept this verbal bouquet to compensate for the skunk cabbage you receive from some of the others. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: We hope you will print this letter before school starts in the fall. My husband ,and I have reached an impasse. Our 12-year-old son, Tom, was a fairly good student until he became sports crazy. All his time and energy went into sports and his' grades went to the dogs. Last semester we told Tom "no sports" until his grades improved. He was very upset and refused to study. His grades did not come up in the slightest. Now his father says we should let the boy engage in sports when .school starts \J u.r VI i l aoit ame AARON LAYNE is the name chosen for their son by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Solze, 2302 N. 9th. He was born July 19. DANIEL STEVEN is the name given their son by Steve and Cheryl Lobdell, 1508 N. Main. He was born July 20. ERIC LEE is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert L. Sanford, 1912 St. John, for their son born July 30. MELANIE KATE is the name chosen for their daughter by Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Rishel, Kendall. She was born July 30. Page 2 Garden City Telegram Wednesday, Aug. 11,1976 because we gained nothing by depriving him of his greatest joy. I say we should hang in there and win our point. My husband and I have had some bitter arguments over this and now I don't know if I am right or'wrong. Please settle it. — Round Ten Dear R.: Let the boy engage in sports on a limited basis. Depriving him totally is not only unfair but unwise. Kids need the physical exercise as well as the benefits of healthy competition. Let Tom know you have decided on a compromise and that you expect him to meet you halfway. I'll bet it works. Please keep me posted. * * * DEAR ANN: Should first cousins marry? Yes or no? — Call For Help Dear Call: In some states it's illegal. And there are other considerations, like health problems that might produce sick children. Ask your doctor to send you to the nearest genetic screening center. These clinics have been immensely helpful to couples who plan a family, even if they are not related. * * * What's prudish? What's O.K.? If you aren't sure, you need some help. It's available in the booklet: "Necking and Petting — What Are the Limits?" 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