Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 27, 1963 · Page 8
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 8

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Your Problems by Ann Landers — DEAR ANN: May I have the la.st word in remind to tliu unfortunate gir] who complained because she had a shape like an ironing hoard? You told her to go to Hie lingerie store and buy what she niri'dcd. I thought your advice was top-notch but one reader wrote, to say store-bought curves are dishonest and that such fak- cry is symbolic of the decay of American integrity. May I tell you what happened when J was a nint. grade slu- di.-nl, back in 1908? In those days the teachers wore while shirtwaists and form-fitting, ankle- length skirts. Our history teacher, Miss Smith, was tall and slender with no hips at all, poor thing. Her long, straight skirts made her look seven feel tall. One day slus appeared in class with a beautiful figure. I was dyiii'X of curiosity — and being ten years old I hadn't yet learned it was impolite to ask personal questions. So I asked. This is what she said, "1 am de myself some hip-pads which I tie around my waist. What God has forgotten I made up with cotton." So, you see, there's nothing new about it. — SEA WILLOW Dear Willow? Thanks for the fascinating, piece of history, and for a mighty catchy little couplet. * if * DEAR ANN .LANDERS: We are in our early 50's and this is tile second marriage for Us both. I've always Ireld a responsible job and managed my money affairs well. When Leonard was widowed ten years ago he turned over his financial matters to ACT TODAY TO BANISH HANDICAPS OF HEARING LOSS! If you act promptly, TOD A Y, you are entitled to receive a valuable FREE book that lets you in on the startling new electronic advances in hearing correction available NOW from the Beltone Research Laboratories. You'll discover how easy it may be to banish forever the loneliness and misery that hearing lossbrings —how Bellone scientists have opened the way to a happier, joy-filled life for thousands just like yourself. Stop in, phone or write me NOW for your free book, sent in a plain wrapper. HEARING CENTER 2 blocks North of OK Courts 403 N. Third Street P.O. Box 511 Phone BR 6-6949 Garden City, Kansas Chas. Chalmers—Mgr. BATTERIES — SERVICE AUDIOMETER SALES •his eldest daughter. His wife had always managed the money so his eldest daughter took over where her mother had k-ft off. Leonard handed over his pay check to her and she paid the bills and gave im an allowance. We've been married four months and Leonard's daughter is still paying his bills and giving him aii\allowance. I am very uncomfortable about this but don't know what to do. We are getting along fine and I don't want to rock the boat. Still this is like a bone in my throat. Should I say nothing and hope in time he will offer to let me handle the family finances — — or what? — NUMBER TWO Dear Two: Don't stand on one foot while you're waiting, Lady. It may be a very long w : ait — like maybo forever. When Leonard had no wife, it was all right for his daughter to pinch hit, but now that he has a wife, the pinch hitter should be benched. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS Please print this for all girls who are, going steady and are afraid to break up. I went steady with Bart for a year. He was selfish and inconsiderate and I was miserable most of the time but I thought that was the way love was supposed to be. One clay I realized we were fighting all the time so I told him we'd better call it quits. He agreed but asked if we could date once in a while. Three weeks went by and he didn't call. I was heartbroken. I regretted the break-up and came close to calling him and admitting it. But somehow I controlled myself. Then I met Earle. After one date I knew what it was like to be treated like a lady. Earlc was evcrydhi/ig that Bart was not. Last night we ran into Bart at a party and for the first time I saw how crude, arrogant and phony he is. Now I could kick myself for being so dumb and wasting a whole year on him. I'lease pass the word. — HAPPIER NOW * * * Dear Happier:' Horray for you. You were like that worm in the horseradish who thought it was the sweetest place in the world because it was the only place he'd ever been. (P.S. Students, take note.) Planning a wedding? Leave nothing to chance, Ann. Lander's newest booklet, "The Bride's Guide," has all the answers (from announcing the engagement to "who.pays for what"). To receive your copy, write to Ann Landers, in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 35c in coin. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her hi care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Calendar of Social Events ICE CREAM SUPPER — 6:30 p.m. Plymell Ladies Aid, sponsors at Ply- mull Church. Bring cake or Ice cream. Everyone invited. GAMMA MU chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha — 6:30 p.m. Finnup Park. Family picnic. Bring chicken, covered dish and table service. 5IUNUAT FINNEY COUTY PARK FISH AND GAME — Civic Center. 7:30 p.m. Everyone invited. CARD OF THANKS We, the Senior High Methodist Youth Fellowship Council would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the parents and church members along with the Senior High Department for their cooperation and donations during our ice cream social. And a special thanks to the merchants and townspeople who donated their services. You made it a success! —27adv, on South Main by Jim Sloan Sure going to miss seeing E. E. Roush on the street lots of times like I used to. Now that he has a new Lennox Comfort System, he'll probably find it hard to get away from home! * We notice t)iut the nation's railroads have put their okay on a ' 30-day delay. Anyone who has shipped anything on the railroads lately knows tliat okay -wan in effect a long time ago! "I think I'll go out to Safeway and buy some needles and go over and needle Stoner," I s«y pointedly. Thin is National Inventors Week and the best inventor we know of t.s the one who perfected that soothing Lennox Comfort System. We hear that some salesman gave his sales spiel to Bob (Miniature Golf) Greer the other day and he said: "Give me that pitt-h again, slowly." Fair time again in Southwest Kansas. Dighton just concluded, Scott C'ity next, followed by the other cities in the area. Garden City's coming up in August. .. .see you at the fair! Poge 8 C*ar«loii 4'5ty 1 Saturday, July 27, 1963 Judith Susan Thielen Satanta Girl To Be Married In August Rites Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Thielen of Satanta announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Susan, to William E. Barger, son of Mrs. Max Barger of Wich- ta and the late Mr. Barger. The wedding will be an event of the afternoon of August 31 in St. Timothy's Catholic Church of Satanta. Miss Thielen is a graduate of Wichita Business College and a member of Alpha Iota sorority. She is employed by Manhattan Life Insurance Co. in Wichita. Mr. Barger attended Colorado State University and Wichita University. He is employed by the Wichita Park Board. Miss Thielen will be the honored guest at a shower given in Satanta Aug. 3. Jo Elaine Sloan Shower Honoree Jo Elaine Sloan was honored Wednesday night with a miscellaneous shower given at the home of Margaret Lile, 504 N. Gtli. Co-hostesses were Dixie Chap- pci and Lorine Hcwson. Guests present included Mrs. Marvin Swank, mother of the bridegroom and Mrs. Eugene Sloan, mother of the bride'elect.; Sue Sloan, sister of the bride-to- be;, Joan Stacker and Mary Ann Borgman. Miss Hewson baked the ornate cake which was two interlocking circles topped white sugar wedding bells, and each circle bore a name — "Jo" and "Norman" in blue writing. A bule-and. white color.scheme was used in all appointments. The honorce and her sister, Sue, won the game prizes. An impromptu style show highlighted th e entertainment. Toast Crisp Croutons To make croutons for Caesar Salad and other dishes, cut slices of white bread in one-half inch cubes. Toast the bread cubes hi garlic-flavored olive oil until •golden brown and crisp — keep heat low and allow plenty of time for this. Popping corn after the barbecue? When you mix the popcorn with melted butter or margarine, add an extra touch — sprinkle with grated parmesan cheese. WE'RE GONNA GIVE neighborly up and see a good movie 'specially during our... EVERY PROGRAM REPRESENTS THE VERY BEST IN FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT! Thurs.-Sat. For The Family Disney's "SUMMER MAGIC" "COMAN- CHEROS" • Wed.-Fri. "IT'S ONLY MONEY and "Pleasure of His Com- pony- Sat. "GIANT and SAYONARA"

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