Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 25, 1963 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
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Pag* 5 Mf* /?«// f»nr«|pn Olv THogritnt Mrs.Dail . .Honors Gi/es/s At Buffet Dinner I > 6 ame TERRY JOE ha s been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor, 105 Magnolia, as the name for their son born July 10. TROYCE ALAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Bird, Lakin, was born July 18. CINDY DIANE is selected by! Mr. and Mrs. George R. Martin,' 109 W. Mary, as the name for their daughter. Her birthday is July 16. 37 Attend BPW Dinner, Shower Party Thirty-seven members and three guests of the Business and Professional Women's Club met last night at the Luau Inn for a dinner meeting. Guests were Mrs. Clco Allen, Mrs, Connie Wilcox, and Mrs. Maude Norris. 'Reports were given by members who attended leadership council at Dighton. Ruth Potter reported on the national BPW convention she attended in Dallas, Txe., last week. She was among the 82 attending from Kansas. Membership in the Garden 'City Club now stands at 71. Dorothy Owen, finance chair- ma presented the new budget. A bridal shower for Ramona Allen completed the evening. Miss Allen ig the recent past president. Next meeting will be a picnic Aug. 28 at the home of Wanda Gercken, 207 E. Kansas. Mrs. Robert Ball, 810 .N. Main, entertained Saturday evening with a buffet dinner *t the Luau Inn in honor of her daughter and family who are visiting here. Honoroes were M-Sgt. and Mrs. William Montgomery from Holloman Air Force Field, N.M. and their daughters, Mary and Myrna. Other honored guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Robert R. Ball and four children, Tulsa, Okla. Other guests were Mrs. George Montgomery, Mrs. Wallace Ball and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ball, all of Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crawford, Bellflower, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelly, Stafford; Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Meyer and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adgcrs and son, Mr. and Mrs. David Crase and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Crase and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crase, all of Garden City. Ralph Ball showed pictures of his tour with the United States Wheat Commission in Egypt, Greece and Germany as he represented Kansas. Fish Supper Given Last Night Forty members of the Loyal Leaders class of the First Christian Church attended a fish supper last night at the church. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones. The program was under the leadershp of Mrs. Wilma Corn. Numerous members told entertaining fish stories. A short business session was conducted b'y Mrs. Burr Logan, president. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for gifts, cards and attendance at our Golden Wedding Anniversary Open house, Sunday, July 21st. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hinkle of 1205 Hattie. —25adv. (C orner SOUR CREAM CHERRY NUT CAKE T/2 cup sugar 3 eggs 1 cup thick sour cream 2 cups sifted flour 1 teaspoon soda Vi teaspoon nutmeg Vi teaspoon cinnamon '/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup chopped fresh red cherries, drained Vs cup nutmeats Mix in order as the ingredients are listed. It may be mixed by hand or with an electric beater up to the last ingredient and the red cherries must be carefully folded in by hand. Bake 30 minutes in a loaf pan at 350 degrees. It may be frosted with any favorite frosting. ' BERTHA ROBERTS 1116 N. 5th. (Send your favorite recipe to Hi« CeoK's Corner. E«ch recipe which is published will earn a $1 prize for the contributor. Reclp*t will be judged on the basis of reader interest or originality. They may be taken from • cook book or magazine, but the source should be given and srruld not be a current itsue.) ^^ A i ,»; \» ?,>-•;*'>'" <-* — - , vv" w &*•* -,-.>->*•• »,*;> >. [l^jri^njoyntsf^f^ g,-00(|4|0;t^-||0^0,*6'C>; ! M^ooo;:.;^!!!^)^|^5-f^%k$^J#;- 5 °i Special! While They Last! WALLPAPER ROOM LOTS Fine Quality 10 and 12-Roll QUANTITIES Fresh, lovely designs for every room: Florals, textures, miniatures, and many more. All non-fading colors. Many are waterfast. ACTUALLY WORTH TWICE AS MUCH AND $-198 PER LOT 1 EVERY ROLL GUARANTEED PERFECT! •k 10-Roli Quantities for 9 x 12-Ft. Rooms. if 12-Roll Quantities for 10 x H-Ft. Rooms. Other Lovely Designs from 27c Roll GARDEN BELLE LUMBER ,„, 117 i. Fulton To Teach Music Rita Ann Lenningfon, daughter of Mrs. Ophelia Lennington, Kendall, will teach music in the Goodland schools this fall. Miss Lennington is a graduate of Kansas State Teachers College at Emporia. Mrs Cramer Given Surprise A birthday surprise was given Sunday night for Mrs. Claude Cramer at her home on Eminence Rt. Ice cream and cake was brought in to help her celebrate. Other present were Mr. Cramer and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Diehl and family, Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. Foster Marsh and family, Clarksburg, W. Va. ; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vermilion and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diehl. Phil Porter Marries Denver Bride Sunday \ p ara /., i « a I Sunday afternoon Thomas Episcopal Rev. Henry Eden in the Church St. the Wright performed the solemnization of the nuptial vows for Karla Knasch, Denver, and Phillip Porter. Bouquets of white chrysanthemums with blue cnndles decorated the church. Ramona Doyle furnished the. traditional wedding music. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Ronnie Smith, Grand Junction, Colo., and Douglas Kaasch, Denver, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Porter, 509 E. Hazel. Mrs. Wayne Wilson, Denver, served as matron of honor. She was ntlired in a while frock trimmed with blue which featured an empire waist. Her flowers were pink roses. Th» bride, given in marriage by her father, chose to wear a white floor-length gown with a blue velvet sash. Her basque bodice was sleeveless. A pastel blue veil rippled to her shoulders. She carried an arrangement of red roses crested on a white Bible. Serving as best man was Russell Mulligan and ushering was Be,n Porter, brother of the bridegroom. Bill Vaughn was acolyte. The reception wa s given at the home of the bridegroom's parents. Mrs. Porter received guests while wearing an apricot dress with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Smith chose to wear a green frock with series and roses. cake, topped with « miniature j bridal couple and decorated with \ white confection rose*. Po-.irinR j ;;'' ; s « Th » Rtv - punch was Aliix> Slwn and serving cake was Yondolan Clanssen. The bride attended Denver High School ami the bridegroom Paul L. Becquet, Monday from Dayton, Ohio, for a 10-day visit with his mother, Mrs. John Bocquet, 021 N. 12th, and his brother, P. H, Been"*! »nd family, Liberal. HP will also visit his attended (5 a r d e n City III « h brother, .'olm and wife, In Kan School. Both wcvre students the 1888 c "' y> past year at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo. The newlywetis will he at home Ouoiti of Mr. and Mrs. Ed 01 eh I, Eminence Rf., have been in Goodlnn'd whore Phil U ns-| M' 1 ' nnd Mt>s - Fos<or Mflrsl , 1 ' ^"- v - harmonizing acces a corsage of pink Centering the reception table was an all-white ornate wedding Your Problems — by Ann Landers — DEAR ANN LANDERS: Here) AFTER marriage. What do you it is late in July and my wife is still walking around with a long face because I didn't remember her on Mother's Day. Before you call me a heel I want to tell you she is not a mother. I don't hold that against her because I know she wanted a family, just as I did. Unfortunately, the Lord didn't see fit to bless us. In other years (11 to be exact) I always sent her a little Mother's Day gift and signed the card "With Love to Mommy from Nipper" — he was our Golden Retriever. But Nipper died last January so I didn't send her a gift this Mother's Day. She says I should have sent a gift from me. But I say it would have made no sense at all since she is not MY mother. Will you please settle this? She's crying again. Thank you. — NAGGED AT ' Dear At: She wasn't Nipper's mother either, was she? If you were goofy enough to send your wife a Mother's Day gift in the dog's name you should have sent a gift in your name after the dog died. You both sound like children but next year do it. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am engaged to marry a wonderful guy. Dan and I plan to be married a year from now. The problem is we come from such di- ferent backgrounds that I wonder if it's possible to overcome the high hurdles. Dan graduated from an ordinary public high school and then had two years at a mediocre miclwestern college. I went to a fine finishing school and graduated from one of the best eastern girls' schools in America. I also have traveled abroad and Dan has never been out of the sticks. I'm sure Dan feels inferior to me but he refuses to admit it. Whenever we get into an argument I say things that perhaps I shouldn't say but all of them are true. A close friend of mine who recently married told me that all engaged people argue and that we will settle our differences think? — MISS QUESTION MARK Dear Mis* Mark: You say you are engaged to marry "A wonderful guy" but your letter spells out clearly how much more wonderful you think YOU are. Aside from the fact that you're a girl and he's a boy I see nothing to recommend this relationship. It's incredible to me that you two could even be considering marriage. if if * DEAR ANN LANDERS: You always seem to have the right answer. Can you supply one for us? We have two adopted children. They are 'both under two years of age. How often have we heard people say to us, "Adopted children are lovely, but it's not like having your own." They are entitled to their opinions, but MUST they say such things in front of the children? Tho little ones are too young to understand now but what happens when they are older? Perhaps we are too emotionally involved to see a reply which is obvious to an outsider. Can you help? — WITHOUT WORDS Dear Without: You don't need an answer, you need new friends. Anyonei who would make such a cutting remark to adoptive parents is hardly worth your time. * * * Confidential to Is It Worth It?: Of course it is. Your emotional investment In this situation is tremendous. Where did you gel the idea that marriage was going to be all sugar and spice and everything nice? To learn how to keep your boy friend'in line without losing him, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking and Petting —And How Far To Go," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped, envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, .self-addressed envelope. Filled with Energy! gives them Vim, Vigor and Vitality! Make the Finest JAMS and JELLIES ^ at V-z the cost sociato<l with his brother, Ed, in business. 40 Attend Shower for Bride-elect Alice Raynesford, bride-elect of Joe Brownrigg of lola, was honored with a bridal shower Tuesday evening at the homo of Mrs. Joe York, 1011 N. 3rd. Hostesses were Mrs. L. M. Largent, Mrs. Alvin Lowe and Mrs. York. Guests at. the garden party wore served at quartette tables. The bride's colors of blue and while were used in the table covers. Each table was centered with a bridal couple standing in a wedding bell adorned with a while satin bow. Centerpiece of the serving table was a bride and groom in a cloud-setting under an arch of wedding bells. FaVors were a bell-shaped photo of the future bride and groom which topped the individual three-tier cakes. Each guest authograptied a clothespin for the honored. A game using the honoroo's name was played. The prize won by Alice was a huge blue and white package containing the shower gifts. Thote attending Included Mrs. J. D, Hayncsford, mother of the future bride; Mrs. H. P. Woertendyke, grandmother of the 'bride-elect; Mmes. Herman Boringer Howard Blancliard, 0. D. Calhoon, Homer Campbell, Wayne Campbell, Lester Guyer, Thomas Graves, Paul Hantla, Virgil Hands, Raymond Hccr, Leroy. Hood, Clyde Mercer, Pete Merrill, Don McMillan, Richard Odgcrs, M. O. Philips, Bueford Roper, Ellsworth Sherman, Charles 0. Smith, Harold Stucker, Joo Vandorwciclc and Todd Williams and the Misses Kathy Archibald, Clara Armstrong, Opal Armstrong, Yondolan Claussen, Eileen Gerber, Judy Hamman, Sherry Mercer, Patti 'Morrell, Marilyn Phillips, Linda Russell, Roxie Smith and Joan Stuckor. Sending gifts were Mmes. Edwin Hooper, Lynn Russell, C. M. Severs, W. J. Ulrich, Howard Simith and Cecil Wristcn and the Misses Nancy Blanchard, Carolyn Hood, Karla Hooper, Bernadino Silts, Jackie Ulrlch and Nancy Smith. Rotations Give Wiener Roast For Migrants Rotarians sponsored a wiener roast last Wednesday nigilit in Finup Park for the children from the Holcomb Mi-grant School. Rotary wives serving the supper were Mrs. Andy Holt, Mrs. Rons Blackford and Mrs. Charles Vaughn while the children roasted the wieners. Preceding the wiener roast 32 children from the migrant school were taken in the afternoon for their last dip this season in the swimming pool at Finnup Park. Four volunteer women brought them in from Holcomb. They were Mrs. Kelly Malson, Mrs. Frank Crnse, Mrs. L. 0. Wasson and Mrs. A. G. Bribienca. Steven, and Debbie, Clarksburg, W. Va., nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Dlchl, Don and Joyce, Wichita. Mr. and Mn. Jim Shaver, Eminence IU., returned Saturday from a vacation in Mississippi. On Tuesday they received word of the death of his father, James Marion Shaver, and have returned to Tunica, Miss., for the funeral. Lorrln Low* will be home this weekend from Great Bond where lie has a summer job as a student engineer for Natural G a s Pipeline! He is tho son of Mrs. Esther T/twe, 1404 N. Mnin. The Rev. and Mri. Roland Doe- hnke, Miahaol and Rochello, Flushing, Mich,, were guests last week at the parental home, Mr. and Mrs.. Ted Drees, 1001 N. Main. On Sunday and Monday they all visited Or. and Mrs. Herman HeisteJuman, Grant and Aitny at Qulnter, From there the Bochn- kes went to Sydney, Neb., to visit his parents. Enroute home thoy will stop at Forrest Park, III., to visit a sister of Mrs. Dochnko. M-Sflf. and Mn. William Montgomery and daughters, Mary and Myrna, are housegucata of Mrs. Montgomery's mother, Mrs. Robert Ball, H10 N; Main, and her sister, Mrs. Walter Meyer and family, 1503 E. Hacfcborry. The Monlgomcrys have been stationed at Ifolloman Air Force Base, N. M. and will leave the middle of August for England where they will spend the next three years. Sergeant Montgomery Is with the weather department. Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Warren G. VaTinaman, Carol, Jim, and Leo, recently of Ankara, Turkey, havo been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vannaman, 1028 N. 4th, They will leave Monday for Mlnot, N. D. where ho will bo stationed. Ho was a former Telegram employe. Christian Church Serves Migrants At Last Prog ram Thursday night the migrant school at Holcomb singed t li e last program for thi s summer. Alia Grace Briblesca wts inus- ler of ceremonies as Frank To- mcz has taken up duties at the Ulysse. s Migrant School. Children sang and acted fun songs they had learned through the week in English and Spanish. A young couple danced tho Mexican hat dance. A pantomine was enacted by two couples composed of four bo'ys with two boys wearing .skirts who later joined their partners for a polka and a twist. Singing was led by Teresa S a m b r a n o accompanied by Cheryl Pansier. Crafts were displayed for the parents. Toys wore given to all children pros- cnt by Mrs. Arthur Fleming, Health Nurse Irene Hoyl was in fhnrgo of health facilitien and Ihe health clinic WU B opened for interview with the families. Refreshments were served 1/y m umbers of the First Christian Church — Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Woodard, Mr. and Mrs, C. Murry, Mr. and Mrs, M. McMicliaol «n<| Mr. and Mrs, R. Barnum SPEAS with PEN-JIL NATURAL APPLE PECTIN Better Flavor • Lower Cost • Saves Time! DUE TO THE TREMENDOUS SLANT-0-MATIC SALE THIS LAST MONTH WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD Used Sewing Machines WE WILL GIVE YOU $15.00 WORTH OF MATERIAL (Your Choice of Material!) WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY USED SEWING MACHINE OF $30.00 OR MORE Singer Sewing Machine Co. Garden City, Kansas 222 N. Main phone BR 6-5201 Engaged Announcement Is made by Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Nixon, Omaha, Nab., of tho engagement of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Donald b. Mosoly, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Whltmor, 1102 Safford. Miss Nixon is a sophomore at Phillips University, majoring in sociology and world missions. Her fiance, a senior at Phillips University, will graduate at mid-term with a major In religion. Tho wedding is s«t for June 13, 1964, at tho North Side Christian Church, Omaha. Mrs WhHmer Entertains Banner Unit Mrs. Ed Whllmw entertained t.lif! nnniwr Homo Demonstration Unit with a morning coffee and meeting yesterday nt her home, 1102 Safford. Garden flowers centered the white linen cloth on the serving table. Wise buys In fruits, vegetables and moats were given by Mrs. Max Parrlsh. Mrs. Cecil Rogers "presided for tho seven present. Miss Marilyn Parrlsh was a guest. Enlles In the Flnnoy County Fair will bo made by Mrs. Par- rlsh, Mrs. Leo Puckott, Mrs. Mabel Carroll, Mrs, .T. K. Dunn- vant and Mrs. Whltmcr, Group tinging was led by Mrs. Whltmer. Bouquets of zinnias wero won by Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Parrlsh. County-wide HDU Fun Nlte was announced for J'.ily 31 to bo- gin with a picnic supper ut 7 p.m. at tho Co-op. Center. Miss Mabel Adams will be guest speaker Aug. 21 at tho mooting In tho home of Mrs. Par rlsh, 1201. -N, IQth. Calendar of Social Events NF.WCOMKHS Ct.tJB - «:30 p.,,, dlvlc Outer. pnilnek mtppw, tiring lotilp »«rvlrf. All n^wcnmcfn to Our* den City \vi>lmmo. HnM« nr« th* Bill . Kitrl Orlg*» mid FttlllAT ».m. eofffn. Mrs. Mftry Ritflifeil, tlflf N. .Inl. OU> TMtmna - 1-4 p.m. Civli OnlT. molt SCHOOL — 7 '.,10.10: an n.m. Civic (V:tlor. T.ATMKS AUXtUArtY Pfttrlftrnh* Militant niul Cnntim — S p,ni, Odd 1<VIInw Hull, Civil tWonit« trie CUBAM atii'f'BH — R:.*) p.m.' T'lynwll f.ndlod Aid. npnniinrx »t Fly* moll c'lmrrh, nrlntr <'»k« or I e « prcHin. Kvnryow Invllnd. OAMMA AH! dmptn of Slgnm Alphn — R:HO p.m. t'ni-U, Fnmlly picnic. Hrlttir chlnken, BOVWIM! dluli nnd Inliln nflvvlc.n. MONUAT FINNWY COUTY FAHK FISH ANO (1AMR -- Clvlo GVnter. 7:80 p.m. Kvcryoftft Invited. The Standleys Honored at Housewarming Seventy-five members of the P I y m c 11 community gave n housewarmlng Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Standley Jr. The Standloys have recently moved from Altus, Okla., to Uto farm of his late father, Marvin Slnndlc-y, 14',4 miles southeast of Garden City, Friend, and neighbors brought miscellaneous gifts to the young couple. ', Refreshments wcro served on the Standby lawn to, the many guests. Among those on the com- mlttec were Mrs. Cecil Snod-, grass, -Mrs. Claude Snod«ras«t Mrs. Frank Llshtner and Mm. Lowell McGraw. VACATION BOUND? there's never beeri a suitcase like this before... SKYWAY" GUARANTEES ITI ..faihloMtflibrlci 320 N. Main BR 6-4571 Helena Rubinstein Once-a-Year Beauty Sale BUY ONE...GUT A BEAUTY BONUS FREE! SAVE UP TO 59% HAVE BEAUTIFUL UPS AND FINGERTIPS! CLEANSE, LUBRICATE, REFRESH t CD Buy. Fashion Stick. Lipstick and lip. liner In one Dazzling shades, Freti New Nail Faihlon. 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