Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 19, 1976 · Page 6
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MR. AND MRS. JON KEY AN FORT (Patsy Ann Wilken) SANDHILLS ART 7TH ANNUAL "»n the park Sat. Aug. 21 Stevens Park AREA ARTISTS Selling oils, Acrylics, Watercolors, Mixed Media Crafts, Jewelry Originals, All Handmade. An October 16 wedding is planned by June Darlene Simpson and William Dale Wiley. The couple's engagement is being announced by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrestt J. Simpson, 404 Magnolia, and Mr. and Mrs. Deane P. Wiley, 916 Pershing. The bride-elect is a 1976 graduate of Garden City High School and is employed by Simpson Brothers Electric. Her fiance is a 1973 graduate of GCHS, attended Garden City Community College, and is employed by Wheatley Electric. The wedding will take place at Trinity Lutheran Church here. Patsy Ann Wilken and Jon Kevan Fort exchanged marriage vows July 31 at the Leoti United Methodist Church. The Rev. George Tasker officiated for the 3 p.m. double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Wilken, Leoti, former Garden City residents, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fort Jr., Ulysses. Two nine-branch circular candelabras entwined with ivy, baby's breath and white gladioli flanked the altar. Organ music was provided by Mrs. Ruth Betlack. Vonnie Kreutzer sang "Speak Softly Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." Doug Mills, Hutchinson, sang "Annie's Song" while accompanying himself on the guitar. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride chose a floor-length gown of white quiana, fashioned with a high neckline of guipure lace in an empire A-line silhouette. Lace encircled the hem, sweeping into a chapel-length train. Her floor-length veil was attached to a matching picture hat of quiana, and she carried a cascade of gardenias, stephanotis, baby's breath and ivy on a white prayer book. Mrs. Janis Buchan, Erie, Hear Ye! Hear Ye! It's Our 16th Anniversary Ihurs., Aug. 19 thru Sat., Aug. 21 While you are here - be sure to visit Del-Mar Pantry for all our natural food supply specials. DELIA'S POTTERY HOUSE Pa., served her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Connie Mills, Hutchinson, Karla Ridder, Leoti, Cathy Comeau, Hays, 'and Cheryl Fort, .Scott City, sister of the groom. They wore gowns in ice blue lightweight polyester with matching bolero jackets. . Best man was Greg Fort, Ulysses, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Dave Faulkner, Ulysses, Jim Melby, Scandia, Bill Comfort, Minneapolis, and Ron Smith, Ulysses. Men of the wedding party wore pale blue tuxedos. Ushers were Bradley Fort, brother of the groom, Mark Sullivan, Denver, cousin of the groom, Bill McCall and Bill Butler-, both Ulysses, Tracy Bishop", Russell, and Steve Brown, Pratt. Lonya Dale, Garden City, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Ringbearer was Kelly Fort, brother of the groom. Tapers were lighted by Chris Fort, brother of the groom, and Lance Dale, cousin of the bride. Assisting with the reception that followed the ceremony were Mrs. Maggie Dale, Garden City, aunt of the bride, Mrs. Susan Wedel, Vicki Graff, both Leoti, Mrs. Kathy Laubhan, Hays, Mrs. Paulette Fort, sister-in-law of the groom, and Karen Bergkamp, Garden City. Honor guests were Mr. and, Mrs. Al Ryan, Ulysses, and Mrs. Ida Fort, Ulysses, grandparents of the groom. The bride is a 1976 graduate of Fort Hays State College, and will be teaching home economics at Satanta. The groom also attended FHSC and is engaged in farming near Ulysses. After a wedding trip to the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas, the couple is at home near Ulysses. The bride is the granddaughter of Joe Schwaiger, 805 Taylor, Garden City. Page 6 . Garden City Telegram Thursday, August 19,1976 ANN LANDERS v Red Cross Offers Numerous Benefits Dawn Lynne Niedens • Dr,. and Mrs. M. D. Niedens, Garden City, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dawn Lynn, to Patric Sean Hamit, Topeka. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Hamit, Garden City. The bride-elect is a 1971 graduate of Garden City High School, a graduate of Garden City Community College and is a student at Emporia Kansas State College. She also is an alum of Alpha Sigma Tau. Her fiance is a 1970 graduate of Garden City High School, a graduate of GCCC, and is employed by Banker's Investment Co. An October 23 wedding is planned at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Calendar of Social Events KIIIIMY HARMONY EIIU— H:3(> a.m.. break- lusl at McDonald's. STURDY PAST NOBLE GRAND CLUB — 8 p.m.. Mrs. Eddie Barclay. 308 E. Chestnut. Note change of place. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I wonder how many people are aware that American Red Cross can be the answer to their prayers? Well, it can, but someone has to tell them, and that someone can be you. For example, a veteran who has a service-connected injury or an illness that has worsened with age may be entitled to compensation or other medical benefits. If he has turned 65, he may be eligible for a pension, depending on his income. The widow of a veteran might qualify for a pension, a home loan, or medical care. Congress has authorized the, American Red Cross to provide counseling and assistance with VA procedures for all veterans and their dependents and Dear T.: If you walk out of unkind. Her reply was, "I this child's life and think you have a new Philosophy. I can walk back in ten or twleve speak the truth regardless of years from now - forget it. the consequences Try for as generous commitment as you can get in regard to visiting privileges. Your presence could contribute a great deal tq your daughter's emotional support. This is far more important than any financial assistance you might give her mother. •¥•*•¥• DEAR ANN LANDERS: What do you think of a person who follows "the new philosophy" of telling the truth whether it hurts a friend's feelings or not? Recently I had extensive surgery. It kept me away from work for several weeks. I lost quite a lot, of weight, which I needed to do, and felt better survivors. All a person need do for it. When I returned \to my June D. Simpson WUliarn D. Wiley Erma Bombeck's AT W/rS END Rerun Season 1001 N. Main 276-2428 Around this time 'of year, a lot of people complain that reruns are getting through to them. They say they feel the side effects of watching the same TV shows again. Again. Again. I don't know what they're talking about. I accept reruns as a necessary part of television to give performers some time off, to give people a chance to see something they've missed, and of course to keep the cost down. A friend of mine confessed that he watched "The Wizard of Oz" for the 18th time the other night and this time when the tornado sucked up Toto and Dorothy, he actually cheered. I don't know what they're talking about. I accept reruns as a necessary part of television to give performers some time — oh, did I say that before? When "The Maltese Falcon" was being shown again recently, I set a tuna casserole in front of the family and handed out TV trays. "We had this casserole two nights ago and once last week," the family complained. "But I always serve my tuna casserole when The Maltese Falcon' is being shown. It's traditional." Some people contend reruns will eventually rip the American family to shreds. They cite the case of a viewer who isn't quite sure if he has seen a segment of "Medical Center" or not. "Is this the one where Joe Gannon has the rich Arab for a patient who wants to buy him a hospital, but falls in love with the mother of a kid on a dialysis machine?" "No, no. This is the one where the young girl patient is put in a home for the elderly and incites them to riot." "I g6t it now. It's the one where the girl doctor makes a play for Joe, but she's got this mental problem and he starts the car and drags her in his car door a mile and a half down. . . " Fred, just "Sixteen years ago, You mean you're noticing?" "This is the first time I've looked at you since 'Gun- smoke' went into reruns." I don't know what they're talking about. I accept reruns as a necessary part of television to give performers some time off, to give people a is contact his local Red Cross Chapter for information about individual benefits. This service is free and confidential. As a volunteer I am enormously proud of the services performed by the Red Cross for people who had no idea they could get help. Please print this letter and pass the word, Ann. — Janice Stanton, Potomac, Md. Dear Janice: Here's your letter and my thanks for the opportunity to give visibility to one of the world's most respected service organizations. I hope the phones will ring like crazy today at Red Cross offices all over the U.S., Canada, Nassau, etc. They have a lot to give — and are ready, willing and able. * * * DEAR ANN: For reasons too numerous to mention, I am leaving my wife. The dilemma revolves around our daughter who will soon be three years old. In your opinion, would it be best for the child if I left and made no attempt to see her again? I would, of course, contribute to her support. I love the little girl very much but I hate to put her through the problems so many divorced parents heap on their kids. They always seem so torn and hung-up. Everybody loses. What do you say? — Troubled job everyone said I looked marvelous, except one woman who announced in the presence of a group, "You may be thinner but you certainly do look OLDER." Another woman spoke up and told her she was being It is emotionally very healthy." May I have your opinion, Ann? — Hurt Dear H.: A cruel and hurtful remark under the guise of speaking the truth is a very old technique. "Emotionally healthy" my eye. People who do this are mean and destructive. Don't Hunk your chemistry test. Love is more than one set of glands calling to another. If you have trouble making a distinction you nee.d Ann's booklet, "Love or Sex and How To Tell the Difference." Send a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request and 50 cents in coin to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 1400, Elgin, 111. 60120. LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "TAURUS RISING' St. Louis, Missouri 9:30 to 12:30 chance to see. that before? did I say STEAMATIC* Carpet Cleaning Furniture Cleaning FREE ESTIMATES 276-7138 Lee Scott, Mrg. 224 nq main vivian telky mgr. It's the girl who old people to "No! No! leads the protest." "Then I've never seen it before." "You'll love it. The girl dies in the end." One of the most dangerous side effects of reruns is that people ter .. ^ot to watch them as closely as they did the first time.This can lead to all kinds of situations. 602 N. Main Sales Starts Saturday, August 21 9:00 A. M. All Sales Final Please Clean Sweep SALE It's All Gotta Go. Entire Remaining Summer Stock "When did your hair gray, Doris?" turn HELD OVER & MOVED OVER 4 Days Only LATE SHOW Adventure as powerful as the lure ofgold! One Night Only SATURDAY CLINT EASTWOOD OUTLAW JOSEY COE3ZD ' CoTurn "BITE THE BULLEr •Pant Suits »Short Sets •Slacks •Blouses •Long Dresses •Blouse & Tank Top Sets Summer Shoes & Sandals Reg. *10 50 Extra Bonus Specials One Group Poly Slax Reg. $18-$20-$22-$24 Now Only Halter Tops $500

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