Your Problems — bv Ann Landers — DEAR ANN LANDERS: As the owner of a neighborhod hardware store I would like to thank you, personally, fo r stimulating business. Recently you published a letter in your column about a teenage •girl who did a great deal of talking on the telephone. Her mother decided to put a 5-minute time limit on her phono conversations. She bought an automatic c^g timer and placed it by the tele-phone. Since that letter appeared I have sold seven egg timers to mothers of teenagers. Each mother told me she got the idea from Ann Landers' column. One woman who came in to buy an egg timer bought a power lawn mower. Another woman paid her bill which was long overdue. My best wishes to you, Ann, and my thanks. — HAPPY MERCHANT Dear Happy: You're welcome. But I do hope I made it clear that a mother who sets the egg timer at 5 minutes is a bit hard- boiled. A 15 minute limit is more realistic and not unreasonable. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm not a great letter 'writer so I'll get right to the point. I've always trusted my husband and felt relaxed when he had to take a business trip or stay in town and work late. It never occurred to me that he'd i-^or violate that trust. I'm not a fiigid person, nor have I lost my looks in the twenty years we've been married, so it was a real blow when I discovered he hud been untrue to me on two occasions — with the same girl. He has bogged me to forgive him, swears he doesn't want a divorce or a separation. He does not know why he did it — says he just felt like kicking up his i.pch. I'm 37 years old and still care for him a great deal Now I feel I've wasted 20 years on someone who wasn't worth it. We have five children so I must find the answer. Can you help me? — EDGE OF DOOM Dear Edge: You have five good reasons to forgive and forgot so don't be a fool and let your injured pride drive you into an imposiblc corner from which you may never extricate youri self. He has let you know he's sorry. He wants a chance to prove he can be a good husband. Now is your chance to be bigger than cvtr in his pyes. Don't muff it. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: We are two teenage sisters who need your help. All our skirts are at least two inches longer than they should be. We've talked until we have run out of wind, but mom says the skirts are going to stay where they are and that's final. We feel out of place with the other girls who appear so sharp in their short skirts. It's getting so we hate to go anyplace because we look like we just came over from the Old Country. Almost every day mom quotes 'what Ann Landers said" so we know she has respect for your opinion. Please be on our side. Thank you. — LONG SKIRTED SISTERS Dear Sisters: Hem length* should be guided to a degree by fashion trends. But common sense and good judgment is more important than any trend. Each of us knows better than Trigere or Dior what our legs look like. If you gals want your hems above the knee I'm with your mother. A good length for ! teenagers is about two inches below the middle of the knee cap. * * Confidential to Dirty Trick. Why expect your friends to judge you by your good intensions while you judge them on the basis of their behavior? It's awfully hard to read .minds these days. Get with it, Kiddo. To learn the boody-traps of teenage drinking, write for Ann Landers booklet "Teenage Drinking," enclosing with your ret|i(esl 20c in coin and a long, | self-addressed, stamped envelope. A-^n Landers will be glad to help you with yoiir problems. Send ihem to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope. Page 6 r Garden CJily Telegram Saturday, July 20, 1963 Returning Friday from, a week vacation were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. (Bob) Cleaver, 1508 N. Main. They visited in Topeka, Kansas City and Excelsior Springs, Mo. Thursday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Fabrizius and children, 1410 N. 8th, -were his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Argus Fabrizius and five children of WaKeeney. „ Canned pea soup gets new interesting flavor when you add a pinch of marjoram and a little garlic powder. are you 'TOO j)£AF to be helped NEW SUPER POWERED HEARING GLASSES CORRECT EVEN SEVERE LOSSES You may now hear again so clearly with BOTH ears that you can understand even whispers! With the new, extra powerful hearing glasses—just released by Bcltone-you may now for the first time enjoy the thrills of hearing at ear-level. These super-powerful Beltone hearing glasses are just as streamlined, attractive and comfortable as models which correct mild hearing losses. FREE BOOK TELLS HOW Come in, phone or write. Discover how you may eniov a new lease on life. Rusn me in plain wrapper valuable FREE book revealing how newest • Boltone corrects severe losses. HEARING CENTER [TOWN 2 blocks North of OK Courts :ONC SVA1 C 403 N. Third Street Phone BR 6-6949 P. O. Box 511 Garden City, Kansas Chas. Chalmers— Mqr. BATTERIES — SERVICE — AUDIOMETER SALES Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goscha, Larry, Robert, Diane, Jolene. and Nancy, have recently moved from Holcomb to 619 Wheatridge. He is with Northern Natural Gas. Arriving .Thursday .evening from Bartlesville, Okla., were Mr. and Mrs. Harry ' Grover, who are visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Crook, Jack, Jill, Jeanne and Jane, 907 N. 8th. Overnight guests at th e Bill Browns, 1106 Pershing, Thursday night were Mr. Brown's sister, Mrs. Leland Gassert, her husband and son, Kent, of Walla Walla, Wash., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Brown, Halstead, who were to return home tonight. Arriving last night from Alva, Okla., were Mr. and Mrs. Bob G o s s, who will be weekend gua«ts of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCart, 631 Wheatridge. Mrs. Wit man Gives Advice On Entertaining Mrs. Lou Boultinghousc, Rt. 1, was assisted by Mrs. Bernard Kraus, Holcomb, in entertaining the Sherlock Hustler Home Dem onslration Unit Tuesday after noon. Mrs. Bob Witman gave the lesson on "How to be a good host ess." She stated that the most successful parties are well plan ned. Late parties should always be scheduled on Friday or Sat urday nights. 'Don't urge guests to stay aft er they have said Uiey are leav ing." she advised. President Mrs. Herman Lang presided for the 14 present. Each member told of her favorite va cation. Mrs. Elmer Richmeicr received the hostess gift and birthday -gifts went to Mrs. Tony Rome and Mrs. Bernard Kraus A report was given on fair booth plans. Others present were Mrs. Bob Loper, Mrs. Ambrose .Fross and Mrs. Raymonc Wright. Hostss for the Sept. 17 meet ing at 1:30 p.m. will b« Mrs Cyril Schiffelbein, Holcomb. RUDY VALENZUELA BR 6-4947 512 Taylor Garden City, Kansas September Bride-elect The engagement and approaching marriage .of Sharon Kay Woerner to Michael 6. Harper is .announced by her mother, Mrs. M. K. Woerner, 1202 Circle Drive, formerly of Topeka. Miss Woerner's father is the late M. K. Woerner The bride-elect, a senior at Washburn University, is majoring in political science. She is a m-ember of Delta Gamma sorority which she has served as corresponding secretary, cultural chairman and second vice-president. Her fiance who also attended Washburn University, is a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity which he served as president. He is presently attending the University of Southern California whene he is majoring in political science. The wedding will take place, Sept. 7 in Grace Episcopal Cathedral, Topeka. You'll need about half a pound of shelled Brazil nuts, if your are grinding them, to make IVi cups. Dairy cattle re qu i r e three times as much salt as beef cattle according to the Salt Institute. Social Events Calendar of SUNFLOWERS HDU — 6 p.m. Family picnic at Flnnup park. Mrs. Cecil Dudley, chairman. Bring picnic basket. ESSEX IIDU — 6:30 p.m. Family Picnic. Mrs. Margaret Brown, 2105 "A". Sk * on South Main by Jim Sloan Don't know whether any Garden City resident has a phone munber of 6-7846 or not; but if so, I pity them. That's the new Zip code number for Garden City in the post office department's new program. Dial 6-4102 though. . .and we'll ZIP right out with all the details for a Lennox Comfort System! 1 knew that soothing Lennox Comfort would be fjood for Andy Ott. . .now he's even beating Sloner on the golf course! I'm having a litUe trouble every afternoon from 1:15 on 'til 1:45. I see the bank signs and don't know whether they are nickering the time or the temperature!'Hot days, though, make Lennox Comfort better! Starling next week ifs National Farm Safety Week. We can only say that" the one thing^ that a fanner doesn't want to cultivate is an accident. Sure a lot of entries sen/t in on the "Name the Zebra Contest." Just goes to show that our zoo and park are well known and well liked by Garden City people and also residents of a large ami, too. A mighty fine asset to Garden City and should be used and enjoyed by all. See you there this Sunday.
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