Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 14, 1977 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

Garden City, Kansas
Issue Date:
Monday, November 14, 1977
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Page 6 Garden City Telegram Monday, November 14, 1977 Sandwiches, Wedding Cake: Just What The Couple Ordered Johnson Photot MR. and MRS. EDWIN BLANCHETTE (Rhonda Lee Huber) Rhonda Lee Huber and Edwin Blanchette, both of Garden City, were united in marriage Friday, Oct. 28, in the First Church of God. Rev. William Bath officiated the 7 p.m., double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huber, Garden City, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Blanchette, Garland, Tex. Red roses and white carnations adorned the altar during the candlelight ceremony. Candleabras and white mums and blue carnations decorated the sanctuary. Organist Wildena Ritchart, accompanied soloist Warren Townsend as he sang "Annie's Song, "We'.ve Only Just Begun," and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white Chantilace gown with a ruffled scoop neckline and fitted sleeves. The cascading ruffles on tjhe side and front of the full skirl swept into a Cathedral train. A Chantilly lace bonnet cap with pearl trim held the cathedral length veil of imported silk illusion. She carried a cascade of red roses and white carnations. LIVE EVERY NITE GRAIN BIN "GENESIS" 9:00 to 1:00 anckette Patrice Stevenson, cousin of the bride from Garden City, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Diana Taylor, Traci and Kelley Huber, both sisters of the bride. They wore light blue empire-waist gowns with white lace sleeves and white velvet ties around the waist. Coyt Elliott, Garden City, was best man. Groomsmen were Randy Huber, the bride's brother, Dennis Beasley, and John Huber, the bride's uncle. David Beasley and Troy Huber, cousin of the bride, lit the tapers and ushered the guests. Heidi Huber, Garden City, sister of the bride, was flower girl, while the bride's cousin, Jason Knoll, carried the rings. A reception and dance was at the Eagle's Lodge after the ceremony, hosted by the bride's parents. Assisting were Catherine Knoll, Sherry Angeles, Paula Lang, and Pam Kemp, all aunts of the bride. Dawn Walker, the bride's cousin, attended the guest book. Honor wedding guests were Mrs. Evelyn Paxson, Mrs. Maurine Knight, and Mr. Jake Huber. The bride is a Garden City High School graduate and the groom attended schools in Germany. He is employed by .Osborne Concrete. After a wedding trip to Dallas, Tex. and Colorado Springs, Colo., the couple is at home at 513 N. 9th. Wedding cake was added to the menu last Saturday morning at Professor Pit- lewurst's Panaceatic Inn, Hays. Linda Channel!, Holcomb, and Kenneth Watts, Garden Socialite GOLDEN VALLEY EHU Mrs. Jesse Murdock was hostess for the Nov. 8 meeting. Roll call was a Thanksgiving recipe. Eight were present. May Leeper, Elizabeth Higgins, Rose Naab, May John, and Ora Higgins displayed crafts at the Fantasy Show. Mrs. Ora Higgins won the hostess gift. The Christmas party will be Dec. 13, with May John, 803 4th. NITE LITES EHU There were eight members present, with guests Mary Lou Euros, Judy Brockman, Carmen and Julie Wagner. Mrs. Richard Parks was hostess. Jerry Ryman and Tony Cunningham told about the history and services of the Emergency Medical Service in Garden City. They told the members to call 911 in case of emergency and give clear directions to the address. ALPHA TAU BETA SIGMA PHI There were 11 present at the Nov. 7 meeting, with Mrs. Richard Hicks. Bob Piatt gave the program, discussing the Man Power programs in the Garden City area regarding career goals and training. The group discussed having a progressive dinner in December as their Christmas party. Nov. 21 will be the Rilual of Jewels at 7 p.m. at the Luau Inn. Calendar of Social Events City were married there an hour before the Inn's usual opening. Thirty-five friends and relatives witnessed the short ceremony, written by the bridal couple, then settled into the inn's booths for sandwiches, salad, and wedding cake. "We chose Professor's because it was unusual, convenient, and we liked the atmosphere," Mrs. Watts said. The couple was married in Hays because it was easily accessible for their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lelan Selbe of Hoxie, and Mr. and Mrs. William R. Watts of Great Bend. Rev. Larry Booth, close Judy Stones KeHh Pike - f-^ine SWEET ADELINE BAZAAR Friday, November 18 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. G. C. Co-op Center 6th & Fulton Crafts, Home Baked Goods Baby Corner, Gifts. TUESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL BAR-B-QUE RIBS INCLUDES POTATO & TOAST $89 | FREE KEFILL ON ALL BEVERAGES SERVING FROM 11 MM TO 9 PM OF NORTH HIGHWAY 83 GARDEN CITY MONDAY WESTERN WELCOME CLUB—7:30 p.m.. Carol Hunt. 710 W. Hamline. Tasting party and decoupagc demonstration. BEACON BOOSTERS 4-H-€:30 p.m., covered dish family supper, 4-H Building. Bring table service. CULTUKA STUDY CLUB—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ora Higgins, West Kansas Ave. SQUARE DANCE LESSONS—8 p.m.. National Guard Armory. TUESDAY SOROS1S HERMANA-1:45 p.m.. Rita Beggs. 621 Briar Hill. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR—7:30 p.m. Stated meeting, Masonic Temple. Officers wear formals. ELKS COUPLES—8 p.m. Elks Lodge Home. PRISCILLA CLUB—2:30 p.m., Lucille Gish, 905 Anderson. Roll call something on Thanksgiving. PROGRESSIVE READERS—2 p.m., Mrs. Pauline Fry, 905 Lyle Ave. FORTNIGHTLY CLUB—1:30 p.m., Rosemary Clemence, 2615 Belmont. Theme is Thanksgiving. ROYAL NEIGHBORS SOCIAL CLUB—noon luncheon. Viola Frazier, 1609 Hattie. Bring bazaar items. GOLDEN RULE EHU—2 p.m., Mrs. Rufus Paar, South Star Route. ST. JAMES ALCW MORNING CIRCLE—9:30 a.m.. Fellowship room. Mrs. Lanny Crossland, hostess. Pastor is study leader. SHERLOCK HUSTERS EHU—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Bob Rowley. SWEET ADELINES — 8 p.m., Church of God, East US156 and Mary. For more information, call 276-3925. ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR 7:30 p.m.. Masonic Hall. Officers wear formals. WEDNESDAY AAUW STUDY GROUP-1:30 p.m.. Lucille Castro. Rural Route. SUNFLOWER EHU-12:3U p.m.. Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Jerry Johnson, Eminence Route. WILLIAM WILSON CHAPTER DAH—1 p.m.. Mrs. Stanley Smith. 1706 Prairie Park Lane. ST. JAMES ALCW EVENING CIRCLE—7:30 p.m.. Mrs. Cliff Caroson. Meadowlark Park. Pastor is Bible study leader. BUFFALO STOMPERS—8 p.m. square dance. National Guard Armory. WELCOME WAGON-1 p.m. Western Stale Bank. Annual craft auction. Refreshments will be served. New comers and friends welcome. Bring craft. BANNER EHU-5 p.m., 4H Building. Family Thanksgiving dinner. UMW, DELINGER—7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mearl Potter, 809 N. 3rd UMW. WESLEYAN-6:30 p.m. Junior college cafeteria. • ^ THURSDAY UMW BROWN CIRCLE — 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Gerald Greene, Experiment Station. Meet at church at 9:10 a.m. MARKES CIRCLE - 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Dave Cutler, 2707 Belmont. SMITH CIRCLE — 9:30 a.m., Mrs. David Robinson. 2110 Buffalo Heights Drive. EBERHART CIRCLE — 2 p.m.. Mrs. Fred Brown, 610 N. 3rd. . FOSTER CIRCLE — 2 p.m., Mrs. Howard Smith, 1016 N. 6th. CLARK CIRCLE — 2 p.m., Mrs. Don Jones, 1701 Willow Lane. SHELOR CIRCLE — 2 p.m., Mrs. Ralph Greathouse, 901 Lyle. SHERMAN CIRCLE — 2 p.m.. Mrs. David Craft, 1505 Mike's Drive. BENSON CIRCLE — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Allen Unruh, 1101 Bancroft. GRIM CIRCLE - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Alvin Grim, Route2, N. 8th. CONSISTORY — 7:30 p.m., Masonic Hall. FRIDAY HARMONY UNIT — 12:30 p.m., salad luncheon, Mrs. Fred Lausch, 1106 Gillespie. Bring service. BUFFALO CAMPERS — 7 p.m., Optimist Club, covered dish suspper. Dighton campers will be guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stones, 1722 Parkwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Pike, Medicine Lodge, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their children, Judy and Keith. The bride-elect is a Garden City Community College graduate and a senior at Kansas State University. She is majoring in elementary education. Her fiance is a KSU graduate, currently a master's degree candidate in grain science. A Dec. 30 wedding is planned in the First United Methodist Church, Garden City. friend of the bride, performed the ceremony. Ron and Judy Mellick and Rev. Booth sang for the wedding, and Lynn Miller, Holcomb, and Sue Taylor, Garden City, read a poem written for the couple by Mr. Miller. The bride's wedding ring was made by Greg Harness, Garden City. Part of the inn's usual furnishings are church pews and a stained glass window. The wedding party added a few candles and plants to form an altar, removed a few tables and rearranged the chairs. Thus, the inn took on a chapel- like appearance. Honor attendants for the couple were the bride's son, Monte, 7, "best lady" Nancy Campbell, twin sister of the bride from Macomb, 111., and best man Lynn Miller. The. bride's gown was designed and made by her sister. A caftan-style dress, it was very full, with long sleeves and a high neckline. Layers and layers of real antique lace adorned the skirt and the gown was also trimmed in woven jute trim and ribbon. She carried a bouquet of straw flowers. Her attendant's gown was similar to the bridal ensemble. Men in the wedding party wore peasant shirts and suede slacks. The couple signed their marriage license in a booth near the altar. Mrs. Watts said they were very happy with the wedding especially happy because "all the people who helped us and look part in our wedding were good friends. That's rather unusual these days." ANN LANDERS Misses Other Letters DEAR ANN: I follow you as of\en as I can. Some days I miss, but I'm what you'd call a faithful reader. Will you please tell me why your column is so one-sided? You print many letters about the abnormalities of men but never women. Surely you musi know there are lesbians around as well as male homosexuals. Why has this subject never been mentioned in your column? You print loads of letters aboui male impotency but nothing about the frigid female. In fact, once a while back you said, "There is no such thing as a frigid woman. The problem is clumsy or insensitive men." Recently you ran a letter about a husband who "enjoyed sex by himself." (The wife wrole to say she was mor- lified.) Surely you know there are women who do the same ihing. Let's have both sides of the siory, Ann. Your column would be nol only more realistic but more 'educational.— TIRED OF HALF THE PICTURE DEAR TIRED: I try to be fair and print both sides but many more homosexuals write to me than women. However, if you are a "faithful reader" you saw a letter just recently about lesbians. As for frigid women, I've dealt with them in the column, too. I hold the view (and have expressed it in print) that "many are cold, but few are frozen." Of course some women as well as men "enjoy sex alone." It just so happens that many wives have written to complain about husbands who do this but I've yet to hear from one male. The only papers I know of that print every word I write are the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Daily News. I'm sure there must be others, but I don't see them every day of my life, as I do these two. I write seven columns a week 52 weeks a year. Some papers don't publish on Sunday, so the subscribers of those papers miss one-seventh of me. Others don't run the column on Saturday, even though they publish a Saturday paper. (Why? Ask them. I'm available.) Other papers have space problems so they lop one or even two letters off my column. (Naturally, I am not happy about this but it's the privilege of every editor to cut what he wants to.) This lengthy response is to explain that perhaps the reason you think I am biased is because you do nol see every letter in my column every day and undoubtedly, i he ones you missed were the very ones you were looking for. * * * DEAR ANN: I have a horrible problem and hope you can help. I'm 17 and in love with a guy who makes me sick. Yes, really. This has been going on since my birthday in May when he took me to dinner to a nice restaurant. I got nauseated at the table forced myself to eat anyway and then had to go throw up. Every since that time I try to avoid eating with him but when I can't get out of it, I do and I always end up vomiting. My Mother says no guy is worth it. I really love Ed and don't know what to do. — TROUBLED FREAK DEAR FRIEND: Your problem is not as freaky as you think. Many teen-agers have it. It's emotional and must be resolved by talking. Discuss it with your school counselor and if more intensive therapy is needed, he (or she) will guide you. SERVICE MASTER CARPET CLEANING 2751433 'The Cleaning People Who Care" PAT HERRMAN WILL BEGIN TAKING APPOINTMENTS AT THE PLAZA BEAUTY SALON Tuesday, November 15 For appts. call 276-3516 Tues.-Sat. The most controversial American hero of our tune ...and one hell of a man He fought wars and won them. He defied Presidents and might have been one. THE SHIRR THING Personalized Christmas Cards OFF Chooulrom 5 Afcum SEW EASY HOLIDAY FASHION! Add some 'Holiday Excitement' to your wardrobe, with a creation from Pumell's New Instant Fashion Boutique. Now you can make your own party creations in just minutes! EVERYTHING! SKIRTS-TOPS-DRESSSES All made to work with new Pre-Shirred Knits and Pleated Fabrics. FREE on Wednesday & Thursday November 16 & 17! ~ We will stitch any instant skirt you purchase from our collection! It's fun, it's easy, H's the latest in fashion . . . and it's all at Fabrics

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free