Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 22, 1963 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, July 22, 1963
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f Page 5 «»nrd«. n Hi.v Tclcgrntn Monday, July 22, 1963 Malsons Give Employe Picnic - ' Drive, gave a picnic imirsday night at their home for employes and their families and other guests of Kivc Points Motors. „ Ulc P'cnic stipper, cards ana horseshoes were played. Special guests were ]\Ir. and Mrs. Louis Emme, David, and Letha; Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griggs, Ray Kantola, Bob Hazlctt, and Mr and Mrs. Manford Kimberly, Dean and Dirk. Employes and their families were June Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Orvill 0 Ochs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sailer, Susan, Bob and a guest; Mr. and Mrs. CIclus Ebaugh and son, Harry; Emll Knaus and son Carl; Mr. and Mrs. Woodson Owens; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cross and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Haynes. I n 'a me KARLA KAY i s the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Don Hickey, 604 E. Hamline, for their daughter born July 10. JULIE MARIE was selected by Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Schupman, 2005 N. "A", for their daughter whose birthday is July JM Your Store or Call BR 6-3295 For Home Delivery Garden Gtian Marries in Lamed Horn* for the weekend were Shirley Wolff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolff. 304 N. 10th. and Alice Ri'PP, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rupp, 508 N. 13th. The girls returned to Hutchinson today where they are employed for the summer. Picnicking Saturday nix/it in Finnup Park were Mr, and Mrs. Ralph A. Greathousc, Rebecca, John and David; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Joyce, Vic, Pat, Rex and Melody; Mrs. P. H'. Phillips, Gregg and Natalie Phillips Mrs. Doug Tedrow and Michelle; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Greatlunise and Fern, and Mrs. Clyde Htebert, Debbie, D c n i s e, Shelley, and Greg Gregg, Natalie and Meridcc Phillips, children of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Phillips, Prairie Village, have been visiting their grandmother, Mrs. P. H. Phillips, 1218 Bclmonl, and 'grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Greathouse, I'P 1 Lyle. Returning to Garden City Friday night from Emporia were Mrs. Emil Krug, Emil, Beverly and Robert, 1403 "A". They were acrompanicd by Miss Bcrnadinc Sitts, 1603 N. Gth, who also started to summer school last week at Kansas State Teachers Collego, Emporia. Miss Sitts spent the first half of the summer with her mother, Mrs. M. D. Sitts, at Rago. Mr«. Wayne Penny, 909 Theron, who has been at K. U. Medical Center, expects to be home this week. -Whether buying 01 selling, u«e Telegram Want Adsl NOW SHOWING! Split Second Action on Freedom's Frontiers Plus Color Cartoon Feature Starts 7:15 - 9:35 THE TRIFFIDS ARE COMING TO DEVOUR THE HUMAN RACE - - IT'S HIDEOUS WITH CRAWLING THINGS - Ti DAY DM THE TRIFFIDS"!S° fN COLOR and CINEMASCOPE STARTS FRIDAY! NOW SHOWING JANE FONDA IN WALK ON THE WILD SIDE NOTE! THIS IS AN ADULT MOVIE - - - NOT FOR THE IMMATURE - - CO-HIT - - - COUNTRY PLUS COLOR CARTOON STARTS WEDNESDAY WALT DISHIY'S happiest twosi lady TVamp Ticmcoior _ -n««r ANGELS Boxoffice Op«ns 7:15 Show Starts 8:25 , The First Presbyterian Church I j of Larned was the setting for j the wedding yesterday of Agnes Marie Anderson, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert G. Anderson, Garfield, when she was united in marriage with Dana R. Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leonard, 1611 "B". The Hov. John H. Cain, minister of the First Christian Church, of Larned, read the sol cmn vows for the double ring ceremony in candlelight befove an altar decorated with beauty baskets filled with large white football mums and blue carnations with blue bows and four seven branch candelabra tied with Ion", blue satin bows. The altar table was decorated with vases .if blue and white carnations. Large blue satin bowls decorate I the pews. Mrs. Tnul Taylor, organist, played a prelude of wedding music and accompanied Galyn DeVore, Garfield, who sang "Because," "0 Promise Me," and "The Lord's Prayer,' 1 as t h e couple knelt at the altar. Given in marriage by her father the brkh chose for her wedding a tieur length gown of white nylon tulle and chantilly type lace designed with scalloped Sabrina ncckine highlighted with iridescent icquins and long lace sleeves tapered to points over the hands. The voluminous skirt of tulle over taffeta was enhanced with bands of scalloped lace and fell back into a chapnl train. Her coronet of lace embroidered in seed pearls and aurora borealis crystals held iier blush veil. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a bridal bouquet of a purple tliroated white orchid atop a white lace trimmed Bible wlui satin streamers and a while lace handkerchief carried by the bride's mother at her wedding. The old tradition, "Something old. something new. something borrowed, s o m e t h i n g blue," was carried out and a silver sixpence was in her shoe. Diane Leonard, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid s wer e Sharon Bicldi- son, cousin of the bride, Dayton, Ohio, and Mary Anne Sln'l- tonk.'rk, Larned. They wore .ce btUi. brocaded taffeta dresses ay'ed with scooped necklines, shoit sleeves with little bows and a fitted V bodice that drifted <nto a bouffant skirt. Accessories were while. Their headpieces were L( ws or the same material with short illusion veils. They carried fcluc carnations arranged on a white French lace fan with satin streamers. Donald Whitson, Shallow Wa- c^r, sei-ed as best man. Groomsmen wn-5 Robert Blackwood, Garden City, and Larry Olson, AJiiSiey. T'hey also served as ushers as well as th e bride's brother, Charles Lange, Garfield. Robert and William Cline, twin brothers, Garfiel, lighted the tapers. Melvina Jo Strobel, cousin of the bride, Garfield, was flower girl. She was attired in matching ice blue brocaded taffeta, bateau neckline version and full cummerbund midriff. Her headpiece was identical to the maid of honor and bridesmaids. She carried a white lace basket with blue flowers and satin streamers. Gary Strohm, cousin of the bride, Manhattan, carried th e rings on a white satin heart shaped pillow. Mrs. Charles Lange, sister-in- law of the bride, attended the guest book. The bride's mother chose for her daughter's wedding a beige lace dress with matching accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. The groom's mother chose a pink lace dress with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The reception was in tile fellowship hall after the ceremony. MRS. DANA R. LEONARD Agnss Marie Anderson The bride's table was covered \ with white nylon net over light blue taffeta with double candelabra holding blue laperjs and an arrangement of while mums and blue carnations. A three-tier wedding cake decorated with blue and white rosebuds topped with a miniature bride and groom and doves holding the double rings centered' on the table. Assisting the bride's parents were Mrs. Virgil Unruh, Larned; Mrs. Melvin Strobel, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Howard Cline, Miss Shirley Appel, Miss Nancy Hulteen, Miss Shirley Edwards, all of Garfield, and Miss Patricia Rogers, of Larned. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Garfield High School and will be a student at Garden City Junior College this fall. Mr. Leonard Busy Bee Society Helps Mission The Busy Bee Children's Mis sionary Society of the First Church of God gave a "Christmas in July" party Thursday night at the church. A real Christmas tree was decorated and Santa CI a u s came. Thirty-f i v e children attended and each child brough 1 a pair of socks for a mission box which will go to 'the church mission in Texas. Member* present were Becky and Doug Lierle, KaAnn, George, Shawn and Kevin Froy; Ronnie, Gary, Mike, Linda and Lori Plankenhorn; Billy and Theda Paxson; Linda and Buddy Lenz; Linda, Joe, Carol, Patty and Wayne Brown; Jenise, Colin and Sheila Kclls; Sherri Taylor, Molvin Travors and Stacey and Michelle Rice. Visitors were David and Debra Hales, Karla, Carolyn, David and Gerald Smith, Cassandra Kelts and Judy Carol. Refreshments were served. Next time you are making Garlic Bread, add a little grated Parmesan cheese to the butter-garlic mixtur e you are using for the French loaf. MISTAKES Yes, we all make them and this was a dandy! We bought this Early American styled furniture in butternut finish and thought it wai a good buy and low priced. It is low priced but the quality wasn't up to the usual high standard that you expect from Garnand's, so it didn't sell. W* need the space and want to forget about this particular mistake (hope we never make another) so we've marked this furniture down to move in a hurry. Come in tomorrow and profit by our mistake. Available pieces and prices are listed below. MARKED DOWN PRICES ON BUTTERNUT BEDROOM PIECES 5 Drawer Chest 30" Wide 4 Drawer Chest 30" Wide 5 Dr, / aothecary Chest Full Size Panel Bed 50" Dbl. Dresser & Mirror 60" Triple Dresser & Mirror 20" Wfd* $49 $45 $39 $29 $69 $89 Windsor Hotel Bldg. is a graduate of Garden City High School and is a student at Garden City Junior College. Ho is also employed by his father in farming. For travoling Uie bride choso a bone colored sheath dross with matching jacket with tan accessories. She will wear the orchid from her bridal bouquet. Upon returning ''from a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard will be at home at the West Side Trailer Court, Garden City. Your Problems by Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm « 16-year-old girl with H very guilty conscience. A fow weeks ngo I returned home from a trip. It was an all-night train ride nml I sat up in the vista -dome. A very Rood-looking guy WHS sitting im More, too. 1 notlond him right away but pretentlml not to. Finally IIP came over nn<1 asked If he mild sit next to me. t said, "O. K." I'm ashamed to tell you that after about an hour of conversation I let him kiss me, Altogether I would say ho kissed mo ahont 12 tlmra. He got off the train an hour pitrlicr than F did and promised to write. So far I haven't heard from him. I am really a perfect lady and this is the first time I've over dono such a tilling. Now I'm ashamed of myself because he probably thinks I'm a cheap pick-up,. My girt friend says I shouldn't feel ashamed because I'm a very affectionate person by nature and this Is my way of giving friendship. What are your views? — VISTA-DOME TRAVELER D»«r Vltf«: Use your domo ( Girl, you gavo a lot more than friendship so don't try to kid Old Granny Annie. A girl who puts such a cheap price tag on lior kisses that, aho would hand them out to a stranger on a train can hnrdly be considered a lady. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a grown woman who started to rend your column for kicks. Now I find myself, like so many others, saying, "I never dreamed I'd be wiling to Ann Landers." My husband's older brother was married several months ago. Wo wore not able to attend the wedding because It was a long distance away and we had very llttlo notice. From all we have heard, Howard married a lovely woman and we are delighted. Howard and his bride- are eom- Ing to visit us In August and I'm ashamed to admit I've been worrying about — of all things — how to greet her. Should 1 shako hands and say "We're so happy to have you In Iho family"? Or should I give tier an affectionate kiss on tho cheek? My husband anys some people don't like to be too chummy at first meeting. What do you say? - MRS. KNOW NOTHING Dtur Mri: Don't decide until you meet. Tlwn lot your feelings guide you. H she's a reserved, stand-offish typo, you'll know immediate, ly that a friendly band shake Is sufficient. If she's affectionate and outgoing you'll be comfortable about kissing her. * * * DSAR ANN LANDBRSi For tho third summer In a row our hOM'ft wife has gone to visit her mother for a week. And, as ho has dono two yean previously, iho has brought his three brntty kids to tho office every day because be can't got a sitter. I'm sure there's not enough money In tho world to pay a girl to sit with those savages. They are 11, 0 and R years old and totally undisciplined, Tim three of them ran between the desks bumping Into typewriter carriages, fighting, screaming, upsetting mall baskets and using tho telephones. Ono of thorn 1ms to be taken down the hall to the bathroom ovcry half hour. The boas has managed to book himself tor business luncheons every day this week and we have, been instructed to take them lo lunch. H Is our unanimous opinion that tho boss Is mita, and wo would like your advice on what to do about this.— UP TO HERE D«ir Dpi The boss may very well be nutJ — tail he's still th« boss, The situation sounds hldcmi* and each of you has the right to tell Mm so. But be prepared to lonvo because this ,,nay be Die price you'll have to pay for speaking out. To lt«rn the knack of feeling comfortable with the opposite sex, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "How To Ho Date Bait," enclosing with your request 20c In coin nml a long-sclf-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Lander* will be glad to help you with your problems. Send I horn to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Social Events Calendar of "• Olltl OWe CI'l'NTKm -- oloiw-U tn m'luinl crowd line to MM|(«1 nl 1 -Ml it r Knntp nl Cllnl Mghtnnr ttnu • - n n.m. 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