Your Problems — bv Ann Landers — [ Deer field Couple Marries Sunday DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I have been married four years. Wo have a two- year-old son. The problem is tantrums — not the boy's, but his father's. If Wood row can't find what lu; Is looking for he pulls everything out of Mm drawer and leaves it on the floor. Several months ago Im hrokn his toe kicking the furniture. This spring he sprained his wrist punching a dent in the car because it was out of gns. Last week when Woodrow got hold of a dliirt wilJi a ]oo><c button l) 0 tore the, collar off and left the shirt in Ihe. refrigerator so I wouldn't miss it. • Woodrow left for work this morning without speaking because I washed a theater stub in his shirt pocket. 1 don't know how to deal with his temper. Can you suggest something? — MOLLY Dear Molly: Deal with him as you would any child who lias tantrums. Take nil sharp objects out of his hands nnd igrrrc him. Woodrow needs professional help but if you suggested it he would probably havt; another tantrum. * . * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I read where the woman from Atlanta who was named "Secretary of the Year," said a good secretary limits her personal calls to necessities nnd emergencies. She put it this way: "R c member, when you are In the office your time belongs to your employer." I've bwn working here for three months. 1, too. believe a secretary's lime belongs to her employer, hut what can I do when an older woman wastes at least two hours of my day? She babblc. s incessantly, gossiping and nirin^ h»r family troubles, reporting in detail doings of her bridge club, droning on and on until I could scream. I don't want to tattle to the office manager yot this bore reduces my productivity about 25 per cent. What can I do? — FRUSS-TKAYTED Dear Fruss: Have a ready P-irasc and rehearse it aloud so you can say it easily. Here's a sample: "Please save it for lat- Page 6 (•nrdnn 4'itv Telegram Wednesday, Juty 31, 1963 er. I'm terribly behind right now." Then continue to work. If you repeat this five or six times (using precisely the same words) she'll get the picture and leave you alone. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please tell me how to maintain a healthy balance between the p.').s>/>sslvcn(!.ss of my ! isband's family and the indifferent attitude of my own parents. The possessive in-laws live out of the state. They arc hurt if we don't send our children to them for one month every summer. They send the kids gifts galore and phone long disUncc every week Just to talk to them. Frankly they overdo it. My parents are just the opposite. They live nearby, but we don't se c much of th/om. They have never offered to sit with the kids or even taken them out for an ice cream cone. I want our children to like both sets of grandparents t h e same. We hate for them to be "bought" on the one hand and ignored on he other. What do you suggest? _ DOUBLE 0 Dear O: You are not gointj to change either set of grandparents y.o don't try. And you can forget alxiut getting the children to like both sets of grandparents "the same." All people react to the treatment they receive and coaching from the sidelines Is a waste of breath. Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you write for Ann Landers' Iwoklct, "How To Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to twin you with your problems. Send them to her '.n care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, seli-addressed envelope. Joyce Ann Coerber was united in marriage with Gary D. Kraft Sunday afternoon at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Dcerfield. Miss Coerber is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coertoer and the bridegroom is the son ot Mr. ami Mrs. Arlle Kraft, all of Dcerfield. Performing (he solemnization of the double-ring nuptial vows was the Rev. Donald F. Jenkins. Two boiir/iieU of mixed white flowers fie<l with blue bows were placed on either side of the altar and candelabra were adorned will] greenery. Mrs. Calvin Scheiierman played appropriate wedding marches and accompanied soloist Holland Mathias as he sang "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride wore an all-white traditional floor-length gown styled of imported white Chantilly lacNj. Her fitted bodice was enhanced with a bateau neckline edged in sequin and pearl trim and long fitted, pointed sleeves. Her only jewelry was a dainty white spinel necklace. Her veil of imported silk illusion fell from a crown of pearls and sequins. Her bride's bouquet was a cascade arrangement of blue carnations. Matron of honor was Mrs. Kvcrett Glenn, Garden City, sister of the bride. She wore a blue sleeveless dress of cotton and cupioni topped with a lace jacket with a portrait collar. She wore a crown hat with a dainty paste) Mile veil and carried white' carnations with blue streamers. Johnson Photo Service MR. AND MRS. GARY D. KRAFT Joyce Ann Coerber Both newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Kraft, are graduates of Deer- ribbon] fold High School. He also served I four years in the United States Arleen Kraft, Deerfield, niece | Air Force. They will be at home on a farm north of Deerfield aft honeymoon to eastern -Whether buying or soiling, uae felegram Want AasI 303 Cans 303 Cans Lb. Shurflne SPINACH 2 Shurfine APPLE SAUCE 2 Gold Medal FLOUR 5 Royal Prince Cut Spears ASPARAGUS 2 Lakeside, Cream style or Whole GOLDEN CORN 3 Hershey Chocolate SYRUP 2 Lydia Grey TISSUE 10 Charmin Luncheon NAPKINS JRSlOc V-Sjile stock lasts, Pimento VELVEETA 2 £, 75c Tall Cans 303 Cans 16-01. Cans Roll Pack 29c 33c 49c 49c 49c 35c 79c Kansas Brand, all meat WIENERS u.39c Wisconsin Longhorn — CHEDDAR CHEESE Lb 59c Kansas Brand Sliced BACON Lb 63c Kansas Brand Roll SAUSAGE u39c Missouri Vine Ripe TOMATOES o$19c Arkansas Elberta PEACHES 3u, 25c Crisp Pascal CELERY ,ix,5c Prices Effective Thursday - Friday - Saturday TED'S MARKET 51) N. 4th Stre«t Wi DELIVER of the bridegroom, served as flower girl. She wore a frosty blue noodle strap dress with a jacket of pima embroidered'cot- ton and a matched bow hat. She carried blue petals in a white satin basket made by the bride's mother. Steven Mcrz, cousin of the bride, carried a heart-shaped white satin pillow trimmed in lace and ribbon holding two rings. This was made by the mother of the bride. Serving as best man was Leslie Adams, Garden City. Ushers were Grant Kettler, cousin of the bride; Warren Kraft, brother of the bridegroom, and Marvin Davis, all of Deerfield. Myrtle Tackett and Marilyn Stocnis, Deerfield, as candle lighters, wore frosty blue noodle strap tlresses with jackets of embroidered pima cotton, matching bow hats and corsages of white flowers. The reception was given in the church basement after the ceremony. Mother of the bride received guests while attired in a light blue dress witii white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The' bridegroom's mother wore a beige dress with green accessories and a corsage I of white carnations. White net over blue cloth | covered the reception table. Cry| stal candle holders tied with white bows trimmed with lily-of- this valley held the candles. The four-tiered blue and white cuke was topped with a miniature bridal couple. Miss Carol Pruitt, Deerfield, was reception soloist. She sang "Because" and "0 Promise Me" accompanied by Mrs. Calvin Scheucrman. Hostess at the reception was Mrs. Carl Graubergor, Deerfielr Also assisting were Wanda Graham, Denver, Colo.; cousin of the bridegoom; 'Mrs. Melvin Merz, Deerfield, aunt of the bride; Donna Graham, Donna Kopper of Arlington and Marilyn Merz. Pouring punch was Mrs. Leslie Adams, Garden City. Serving cake was Mrs. Leon Scheucrman, Doprfield, who baked and decorated the fancy confection. Attending the guest book was Carmen Coerber, cousin of the bride. The cloth covering the guest book table was made by the grandmother of the bride. Grandmothers present were Mrs. Bertha Mer/., Deerfield, and Mrs. Walter Kraft, Osage City, who were given white corsages and Grandfather Kraft wore a whit* boutonniere. cr a Calendar of Social Events WEDNKSHAT COUNTY-WIDE IIDU FUN NITE 7 |i.:u. covered dleh supper. Co-oi O:iter. THURSDAY CHK7STIAN WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP — 9::tO a.m. Baker Chapel. A! groups are to attend. KKI11AV LOYAL WOHKKKS 9 a.m. cof- fpn. Mrs. G. Ncertlmm, 411 N. 4th Kbrtlun of oTfinnrs. OLD TIMEKS CLUB — 1-4 p.m Civic Center. HIGH SCHOOL NIGHT — Civic Center cloai^.l due to doublelieader baseball playoff at Clint Llghtner Field. MON1IAY BAflLKS AUXILIARY — 8 p.m Kuglea Aerie. Initiation will be Aug. 19. TIIKSIIAT HIGH SCHOOL CROWD — Civic Center to be closed until Aug. 23. Shrimplin Family Reunites at Finnup Sunday at Finnup Park the Bill Shrimplin family reunited for the first time in 11 years. After the basket dinner the children enjoyed the pool and the rest participated in the ac tivities of the park. Those present were Marvin Shrimplin, Moab, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Collier, Janet, Sherry, Judy, Charles and Tina Marie, Parkville, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shrimplin, Kathy and Steven, Smithville, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. David Paasch, twins Garry and Larry, and Joy M a r i e, Sublette; Billy Joe Shrimplin and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shrimplin, Holcomb. Carrier " AIR CONTROL CO. HEATING AIR-CONDITIONING SALES, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE 112 S. Main BR 6-8072 We Service All Makes! Mobile Sheet Metal Shop 40% MORE YES, that's right...we added 40% more meat to our HAMBURGERS and still held the price to only 19c. For The BIGGEST BARGAIN IN TOWN... A Big Juicy HAMBURGER, An Ordtr of FRENCH FRIES, A Thick, Creamy MILK SHAKE . . . For Only 5UC -. DANDY Open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fast Courteous Service 707 Kansas Plaza points. He is assistant manager at Hie Wolfe Co-op elevator. Out of town guests present included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graham and Wanda, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. John Kop- pcr and Donna, Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Adams, Garden City; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Glenn and Brenda, Garden City; Mrs. lone Ross and son, Bob, Grinnell; Mr. and Mrs. John Merz and family, Garden City; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kuhlman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coerber and family, Jeri Lynn Green, all of Lakin; Mrs. Olga Kuhlman, Mrs. Robert McMurrey and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker, all of Leoti; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Morris, Jane and Don; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drussell, all of Garden City, Mrs. Clarence Born, Scott City; Patricia Sanders, Wichita; and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sanders, Jim and Pat of Derby. Dennis Smith, son of Mr. and j Mrs. Howard Young, Scott City; Mrs. Charlc s 0. Smith, Hoi- comb, is on the job training program in cooperation with the social welfare council of greater Chicago. He is associated with the psychiatric institute of the Municipal Court of Chicago, benni.t is a soiror at Wiclu'a University. Connie Congdon, Lislie Cheat- urn an' 1 , Cheryl Bentlcy pre-enrolled Saturday at Fort Hays State College for the winter term. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Lange, N. Center, flew to Alexander City, Ala., to see their son-in-law, Charles E. Danner, ordained as a Presbyterian minister. He is the husband of the former Mary Louise Lange. The Langes returned yesterday. Returning Saturday evening from Chipita Park, Colo., were Mrs. Clarence Morris, Mrs. W. E. Jones, and Mrs. R. G. Porter who wer c guests for a week of Mrs. L. L. Jones at her summer cottage. Previous guests at her summer home were her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kirk, Kathy, Judy and Charles,, Scott City, who wer e there ten days. Re e «nt guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Wheeler. 805 N. Main, have been her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Billy and Carle Jo, who flew from Miami, Fla. Mrs. Nelson and children left Tuesday for Hoquiam. Wash., where she will visit her mother. Mr. Nelson returned to Miami where he Is general counselor for National Airlines. Other recent guests at the Wheeler Mrs. Julia home have Brakey and been son, Thomas Brakey, from Chicago. Mrs. Brakey was a formef teacher at St. Mary's Szhool. Mrs. C. 0. Oerclrtn, Mrs. Hal Hudson and children, Hankie and L«urie, visited in Wichita last week with Mrs. Robert Fogg and children Kathy, Christy and Robbie. Mrs. Fogg is a niece of Mrs. Qcrcken and they are leaving for Philadelphia as Mr. Fogs has been transferred from Boeing's in Wichita to Philadelphia. Mrs. Gercken also visited with her sisters, Mrs. Fred Luedke and Mrs. Chet Miller, and her brother, the Rev. S. G. Widiger Kathy'and Christy Fo'gg returned to Garden City for a visil, returning (o their home in Wichita Monday morning. In language and custom, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, the Faeroe Islands and part of Finland avian. are considered Scandin- F. D. CPop) CONARD WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE SALE OF THE CONARD STUDIO TO DAVE RINTOUL Mr. Conard wishes to thank his many friends and customers throughout Southwest Kansas for their loyal patronage during his 50 years in business in Garden City. We wish Dav« success in his new business and hope you will show him the same kindness you have shown us in the past years. Dave has worked for us many years and we know he will continue to give you excellent workmanship and friendly service. 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