Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 7, 1963 · Page 8
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 8

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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L araqrapn,6 J I Mr. »nd Mr«. Dnug Jones and -_sun. Todil. havp recently moved I rCtgt) o from Kansas City to "lI03 E. | finrdon I'll.y Tologfam 1'im-. Jones is the nnw office i Wednesday, August 7, 1963 manager nt Nolan Molor Co. |— - , .... .. —;— ( . . , , D. D. Davis, 801 N. 5th, were In Wiehif. Sunday to visit John Mr> , nd Mrs . Mw „ Gul | d Vomit at thr SI. Francis Hospit- Mary FjOU Marcia and Jim from - . W ;" lf> ?""' "?' M . rs> LCC ? m ! th 'i Hartlcsville, Okla. Mrs. Guild is , . .1 (.anlcn Mly Avp and Mrs.;, niec of Mrs Davi , Ml,, \oun1. "Ofi V Bth. Expected »o arrive today from' Floriscfnl., Mo., are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krune ami family who will visit a wepk with his mother ami sister, Mrs. A.C. Kcune and Helen. f.M N. 12th. Vacationing a1 Rod River, \. ,M.. last ucek were Mr. and '< Mrs. Oliver Urecheisen, 618 N. ! lOUi. and her sister and h'.is- band. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Urec- heiM-n from fiarnelt. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. AIICWF Groups Attend Coffee 'riiur.sday morning all groups of the Christian Women's Fellowship met at the church for a coffee with 30 members and a guest, Marilyn Pnrrish. present. A small wooden modern church made by Mrs. Max Parrish was the centerpiece for the serving table. Mrs. Jim Sloan and Mrs. Laurence Wasson poured coffee and tea. Hostesses were Mrs. Claude Woodard and Mrs. Par- risli Marilyn Parrish sang the "lord's Prayer" accompanied by Mrs. Dale Fry. "Through Me Thy Spirit Shine" was the devotional topic given by Mrs. Merrill Dailcy. A vocal solo "Lord Speak to Me" sung by Mrs. Ed Whitmer was accompanied by Mrs. Lynn Russell. "T h IP Metropolitan Are a" was reviewed by Mrs. Dale Fry from the study book, "Church Spires in City Skylines." A film strip "Forward with Christ" was shown by Mrs. Ira Corn Mrs Woodard presided for the shon business session. A luncheon to b c Sept. 5 at the church wil] bc the next CWF meeting. Returning Sunday from a tw6- wecks trailer camping trip were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wagner, Louis III, Doug, Roger, and Lana, 1110 N. 7th. They vacationed in the Black Hills, S. D.: Manitoba, Winnipeg and Ontario, Canada, ami in Minnesota. They visited relatives in Canada and Minnesota. They travel-; ed In a caravan of 17 persons; including hi s sister, Mr. and j Mrs. Dale Trainer and family of! Derby, and his brother Mr. and | Mrs. Floyd Wagner and family from Wichita. George Bruntzel Honored with Birthday Dinner Mrs. George Bruntzel, 223 Taylor, entertained the brothers and sisters of her husband with a fried chicken dinner Sunday in honor of his 53rd birthday. Mr. Bruntzel in the youngest of 11 children. Thos e attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruntzel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bruntzvel, Mr. and Mrs. August Bruntzel, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bruntzel, Mr and Mrs. Ed Erway, Mr. and Mrs. Amiaol Bruntzel, all from Larned and Alfred Bruntzel and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruntzel, all of Ro- zcl. Alway ? scrub zucchini well when it is to be cooked unpeeled; cold water and a vegetable brush will remove any grit. Photo by Curtis Studio MRS. DARL DUANE FINKENBINDER Lynn Ellen Fox Kendall Bride Is Wed In Syracuse Ceremony Altar bouquets of white 'gladioli and white pew bows decorated the Pilgrim Holiness Church at Syracuse for the owning wedding Aug. 6 of Lynn Ellen Fox and Darl Duane Finkenbinder. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank Dr. Sartorius, Sisters, Nurses and nurse aides for their wonderful care, also Rev. E.P. Rogers, friends and neighbors for transportation to and from the Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W'.S. Frisbie. —7adv USDA Good ROUND STEAK u, 69c Ark Valley BACON Ib 43c Grade "A" Cut up FRYERS u29c USDA Good (Bone-ln) RUMP ROAST Lb 69c Chunk BOLOGNA u.29c Patio ENCHILADA PINNERS E .39c Kraft MIRACLE WHIP 9 , 39c with $2.00 purchase of groceries Smucker's APPLE BUTTER "j°.';35c Swans Down CAKE MIX fk ,29c Food King OLEO Shurfi;io Vac. Can £ 49c £ 49c COFFEE Gold Medal FLOUR Cudany VIENNA SAUSAGES 2c™37c DInty Moore BEEF STEW Only 49c Grade "A" Small EGGS 3,., '1 Musselman CHERRIES 2c 3 £39c Roxev DOG FOOD c ..7c Crisp Golden ————————————— CARROTS C £l5c Golden Ripe BANANAS Ib 10c Cardinal Red GRAPES Lb 19c California Sunkist LETTUCE l S9c SPENCER'S FOOD STORE 10th and Jones Price* effective < ni«r.-Fri..Sat. Officiating for the nuptial ceremony was the Rev. Robert H. Hcckert. Marion Baldwin, Syracuse, played appropriate wedding marches and accompanied Miss Marcia Baker, Syracuse; and Nick Maynard, Garden City, who sang "Calm as the Night", "Because," and "Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us." Parents of the bridal couple arc Mr. and Mrs. R. Myrl Fox, Kendall and Mr. and Mrs. . Albert Finkenbinder, Syracuse. White lace and delivered satin fashioned the bride's floor length gown designed and made by her mother. Pearls were embroidered on the scalloped neckline of the lace bodice. Satin edged the long pointed sleeves of lace and a front lace panel accented the bouffant skirl 'which fell into a chapel train. A handmade crown of pearls and crystals was fashioned by the bride. Her generous veil of silk illusion rippled to almost elbow length. She carried red roses crested on a white Bible. Her father gave her hand in marriage. Elaine Baldwin, Syracuse, was maid of honor. She wore a floor- length, mint green, crystaletfcs gown with bell-shaped skirt and embroidered bodice. Her colonial bouquet was fashioned of white carnations centered with c red rose. She wore a lace hat and gloves. Susan Fox of Stark', cousin of the bride, served as bridesmaid and was dressed in identical fashion to the maid of honor. Ch*ryl Maynard, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl and was attired in a white dress. Taper lighters were Bill Finkenbinder, brother of the bridegroom, and Darl Buck. Serving as best man was Arthur Finkenbinder, Syracuse, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsman was Ray Hatton, Syracuse. Ushers were Ulys Aeschliman, Syracuse, and Dick Fox, brother of the bride, Kendall. Circular cake and punch tables were decorated in identical fashion with floor-length taffeta cloths. The ornate three-tiered cake was decorated with roses and topped with satin bells. Assisting with the reception were Nina Lindner, Genevieve Mueller, Kendall; Carol Gregory, Syracuse; Mrs. Jene Fox, Lar- ncd; Mrs. Nick Maynard, Gardan City, sister of the b r i d e- groom; Bonnie Gingerich and Janice Helm, Kendall; Mrs. Lee Finkenbinder, Syracuse; Mrs. Ora Martin, Ulysses; Win Slaven, Coolidge; Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs. Harold Thompson, and Mrs. Dan Buck, all of Kendall. The bride and bridegroom attended Syracuse High School. He has been graduated, and she plans to graduate next year. When they return from a wedding trip to New Mexico and Colorado, they will be at home by Sept. 1, west of Syracuse where he is engaged in farming with his father. Calendar of Social Events THURSDAY CENTENNIAL GALS HDU — 7 p.m. Fa:iiily picnic. Finnup Park. Brine table service. PROGRESSIVE HDU — 1:45 p.m. nt First Bnptlst Churcli, lltli and Jones. Film on telephone personality at 2::iO p.m. All women invited. COUNTRY FRIKNDS — 2 p.m. Mrs Mnry Keller, 514 Bancroft FRIDAY FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS — 2 p.m. Mrs. Mary Keller, 514 Bancroft ROYAL NEIGHBORS LODGE — 8 p.m. O.ld Follow Hull SATURDAY SQUARE DANCE — 7:30 p.m. MST Veterans Memorial Building, Lakh, Caller, K.C. Williams, Phillips, Tex. Sponsored by Lakin Square Dance Club. Arriving Monday night for - a visit at the Al Woods home, 603 Harding, were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Woods, Sr., and daughter, Carolyn, Enid, Okla. They were enroute home from Indianopolis, Ind., where they had spent the past two weeks visiting relatives. They will visit here several days. Your Problems Irene Forever, 519 N. 13th, returned Monday night from spending the weekend in Dodge City with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedy. Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Boultinghouse, Monte, Rodney, Kevin, Graig and Michelle, Rt. 1, were Mr. and Mrs. Roysten Boultinghouse and four boys, Charlie, Donald, Roy and Brent from Eldorado Springs, Colo. On Sunday they attended a picnic at Finnup Park with Lou's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Boultinghouse, Osborn; and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boultinghouse and six children from Oberlin. Leaving yesterday morning were Mr. and Mrs. George Wil son of Bethel who were weekenc gusts of Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Owen, 510 Eugene. Mrs. Wilson is a sister of Mrs. Owen. Lanny Denney, recently discharged from the United States Air Force at Omaha Neb., is employed with Culligan Water Conditioning Co. Lanny is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. C.N. Denney, Kalvesta. He and his wife and their son, Roger, reside at Kalvesta. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank Doctors' Maxfield and Bernard, the Sisters, Nurses and nurse aides of St. Catherine Hospital, friends and neighbors for the wonderful care given our Husband and Father during his recent illness. Mrs. John Gatlin and family. Lakin, 1 Kans. ' —7adv Recent guests of Mrs. Minnie Yount, 706 N. 6th, have been Mr. and Mrs. Don Yount, Debbie, Mickey and Mike, from Greeley, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nichols, Mistie and Mel, also of Greeley. They went to Wichita and visited John Yount who is in the St. Francis Hospital there. John is a brother of Mrs. Nichols and Don Yount. Mrs. R. B. (Doris) Saye and Lonnie Tisdale returned last Wednesday from a 10-day southern trip. They visited Mrs. Saye's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Crane at Brookhaven, Miss., and visited in New Orleans and Texas. . Among those on vacation in Colorado this week are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sroufe and family, 1005 N. 1st, who will visit his brother Dick and family at Grand Junction and spend some time at Grand Lake. Spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hank Peterson, 1010 N. 5th, were his wife's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnson and family, from Larned. Vacationing in Colorado Springs this week are Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Schreiber, 1107 Gillespie. Touring the Northwest recently were Mrs. Ralph Biggs, Eminence Rt., and her mother, Mrs. Mildred White of Hoxie. They were in Glacier Park, Mont., Yellowstone Park, Fortine, Mont., and other vacation spots. (^OOK6 (^C orner KIDS' FAVORITE FROZEN FUDGE BARS 1 pacgage chocolate pudding mix 1/3 cup sugar 3 cups milk Cook together as directed on package. Then add: 1 cup cream or half and half Mix well and pour in molds or ice cube trays. When partially froiiMi, insert stick into each and freeze solid NEVA BELT Sublette (Send your favorite recipe to Hie Coo* 1 * Corner. E«eh recii* which is pu'-Ushed will earn a $1 priie for the contributor. Recipe* will be judged on the basis ot reader interest or originality. They may be taken from a cook book or magazine, but the source should be given and sh--jld not be a current issue.) Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mettling and three children from Udall surprised Mr. and Mrs. Al Woods and famiy, 603 Harding, with a visit over the weekend. They were enroute home from advanced study at Western State College of Colorado, Gunnison, Colo. Mr. Mettling teaches business courses at Udall. He is a former school friend of Woods. Opal Adams, 525 N. 8th, is spending this week in Colorado on a vacation. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a 17-'year-old boy with a perfect- i ly sensible question which no | one seem s to be able to answer. So I am writing to you. Why do 50-year-old people re fer to them.selves as "middle aged?" How many people live to be 100 anyway? My own idea , is that middle age should be half of life expectancy, which puts it at about 35. My own parents are in the 50-year-old group and they con sider themselves ' middle-aged Are they trying to kid them selve s — or what? Please le me know what you think abou this. It's been bugging me for a long time. — SPEAKER OF THE TRUTH De ar Speaker: When I was 17 I thought middle age was abou 30. When I got to be 30 I shoved middle age up about 10 or 15 years — and I've been shoving it up eve r since. Why all this preoccupation with age, Buster? I've said i before and I'll say it again — it's only a number, Baby. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: have hunted everywhere for the newspaper that carried your col umn about an 11-month pregnan cy. Will you please tell me when and where this happened? My friend bet me $10 that no such item appeared. She claims all pregnancie s are about the same length of time and that people get confused for all sorts of reasons. I know she is wrong because I was pregnant with my second child for 11-% months. Please settle this for us. Thank you. — J and R Dear J and R: There was nothing in my column recently .about an 11-month pregnancy. What you are probably referring to is a letter from a, woman who complained because her friend could never get anyplace on time. She repeated the town joke — that Adelle was an 11- month ba>by and has been late ever since. The average full-term preg nancy is about 280 da'ys which is approximately nine months. This can vary several days one way or the other. But medical science has never recorded an ll-'Vi month pregnancy. Maybe it just SEEMED that long, Honey. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS*: Our son Ron is going to marry a. fine girl whom I will call Anna Marie. She was born and reared in another country and her parents speak very little English. They are very foreign in their ways. Please don't take my head off and tell tme I am a snob. Our son is lucky to get this girl. Anna Marie i s not only beautiful, but also brilliant and talented. She has already secured a teaching position on the staff of a conservatory and will help put Ron through law school. The wedding will be held at a hall and the guests will be requested to bring money instead of gifts. This will ap.pea r on the invitation. I was mortified when I heard it, but apparently it is the custom in Europe. My husband says to keep my nose out of it and to let them do whatever they want. I'm afraid when our family and friends get the invitations they will be shocked. Please tell me what to do. — M. M. M. Dear M. M. M.: Take your uisband's advke. Since you will provide the bride' s mother with your guest list 'you'll be able to NOW is the time to let our experts Reframe, Clean and add Non-Glare Glass to... Your old pictures, paintings, etchings, watercolors, etc. Wren Studio ana era 211 N. Main ion BR 6-4951 It's a Giant Fun Program RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIM! Who made you hupp/ in 'WHERE TtiC BOYS ARE- AM tack in anoHwr UffRrap! PRENTISS - -. DARIN PAMELA TIFFIN All- RGRE1 TOM EWEIL HUTTON fl«w PfpbrrJW.fe,*, Shu in JOSE FERRER HCHARD BREEN Now Showing! Boxoffice Opens 7:1 5 — Show Starts 8:05 by Ann Landers — phone or drop eacn* of your guests a line explaining the European custom. Let them know there is nothing obligatory about it. Confidential to Used, Abused and Accused: Your letter was one of the most vitriolic attacks I've ever read. May I suggest that you speak more kinkly of your enemies. Remember — you • made thorn. i If alcohol is robbing 'you or. someone you love of health and dignity, send for Ann Landers' bookJct, "Help For The Alco-{ holic," enclosing with your 're-< quest 20c -in coin • and a long,' self-addressed, stamped envel-j ope. NOW YOU CAN SEE THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED HIT JUST AS IT WAS SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS OF THE WORLD! U. Col.Binjamln Vandervoort iJohn Wayne I with his officers n( thi 62nd Alrborni Dlvlilon (Stuart Whitman, Tom Tryon, Steve Forrest i. • ••••. Lord Lovat, Mtjor John Howard and Captain Colin Maud (Peter Lawford, Richard Toddand Kenneth Morel Homing the o™ River Bridge Janlne Bollard I Irlna Demlch), French Resilience Fighter, Is trapped by German sentries Brig. Gen. Norman Cola i Robert Mitchumi leads «a etttck on "Bloody Ornihi where boys became men....US. Rangers at Polnte du Hoc are played by Robert Wagner, Fabian, Paul Anka and Tommy Sands. Brig. Theodore Roosevelt i Henry Fonda I spearheads the great D-Oay attack on Utah Beach A wounded RAF squadron leader i Richard Burton), shot down with Richard Beymer over Normandy DARRYL F. ZANUCK'S WITH 42 INTERNATIONAL STARS 1 THURSDAY! TWO PERFORMANCES THURSDAY Matinee 2:00 — Evening Feature Starts 8:00 Admission Child 50c — Alults $1.00. NO PASSES THIS ENGAGEMENT HURRY! ENDS TONIGHT Walt Disney's "SUMMER MAGIC" with Hayley Mills

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