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Your Problems DEAR ANN LANDERS: I wonder how many mothers are in the same boat. I have knocked myself out for 15 years trying to please my children. Bui up mailer what I do. it's never enough. There nuist be a sign on my back saying, "Kick me." I get up at G:30 every morning to prepare breakfast for jmy teenagrs. All I get is complaints. "Th 0 milk is loo warm Did you leave il out all night? j The cantaloup is soggy. The ] cereal is runny. The eggs are too hard." When I leave a meeting early to pick them at the club (for the 50th tim e Ihis summer) 1 get a sour look and a "Where have you been anyway? We've been wailing five minutes." How did the children of today get the upper hand? My teenagers make me feel like an employe. I find myself always striving to please — and never quite making the grade. Pl&wse tell me where f got off the track. — MOTHER, 1963 MODEL Dear Mother: Children are not born with "the upper hand." It is given to them — given by parents who don't have the courage lo establish the rules for the family. This i s called discipline. And when rules of behavior are worked out equitably and seasoned with love, discipline produces respectful, well-adjusted children. Teenage tyranny is not new, but it is vastly more prevalent than it used to be. This is what Henry James wrote 81 years ago in "Point of View": "There is nothing in America but young people. The country is made for the rising generation; life is arranged for them; tihey are the destruction of society. People talk of them, consider them, defer to them, bow down to them. They are always present, and whenever they are present there is an end to everything else. And by children, I do not mean simple infants; I mean anything less than twenty." * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband's boss is a man in his late 40's. He has an oily, egotistical manner which offends me. bv Ann Landers — This man has a wife and three children, but you'd never know it the way lie carries on. His current romance is a shapely redhead who works in the cost- accounting department and who j is at least L'O years younger than he is. She drives hi s car all over town and she's been wearing . some mighty expensive clothes ! lately. The problem is this: My hus- b a n d has been slaying downtown about three evenings a 1 week — having dinner with this couple. I don'l like it and have said so. My husband says the boss is three times seven and ; what he does is his own business. : I say birds of a feather flock | together and I don't want anyone (o got funny ideas about my husband. Who is right? — MRS. WHY INVITE GOSSIP? | Dear Mrs. Why: When your husband pals around witii this | pair he gives tacil approval lo the whole shoddy business. A married man should be al home having dinner with his family — not acting as a cover for philandering friends. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was married for one year and • recently had the marriage an- I nulled legally and in my church I as well. How do I go about announcing the news? Shall I see if I can have it published in the newspaper? Shall I spend out engraved announcements in the mail? Is it proper to keep the name Mrs. John Doe? Or shall I go back to Miss Mary Smilh? I have a child. Please advise me. None of my friends know the answers. — LOAD OFF MY SHOULDERS Dear Load: You do not announce an annulment. Your family and friends will get the word soon enough, if they don't already know. Since you have a child you should not be "Miss" anybody. You could make it Mrs. Mary Doe, however. Then if John remarries you won't be .getting his wife's telephone calls and her department store bills. Here's the little shift that you make in no time flat; and then i you wear and wear it. No. 3306 comes in sizes, 10, 12, 14, 16, !8. Size 14 takes 2 ;| 4 yards of 35- inch fabric or 2V4 yards of -Li- inch, even with the pocket. Send 35c in coins for this pattern to Iris Lane, Garden City Telegram, Box 1490, New York 1, N.Y. Add 5c for third class i>r 15c for first class mail. Our Pattern Book is 50 cents. Add 13 cents extra if you wish it ss-it by first class mail. To learn the difference between a marriage that "settles ,;down" and one that "gets dull," .send for Ann Landers' booklet, ?'What To Expect From Marriage," 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. Church Women Attend School At Salina Four Garden City and some area Methodist women took part in the 18th annual School of Missions at Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina last week. From Garden City were Mrs. Leroy Hood, Mrs. Abe Hubert, Mrs. Bill Brown. Mrs. Merl Rosel, Lakin, served as a staff member from the Methodist Conference Board of Missions. Mrs. George Starkcy, Syracuse, was a member of the school commitlce. Past district president, Dorothy Higgins, Tribune, and Beulah Ramsey, Scott City, district promotion secretary, also attended. The more than 200 women represented the seven districts of the Methodist Church in the western two-thirds of Kansas. The session opened last Monday, and ended Friday. Don't pay any allention when small fry let ice-crcam-in-a-bowl get soft — they like it this way! NEW in GARDEN CITY THE tl5eau,t 1216 Ridgewood will be open to serve you Tuesday, August 13 rh. Personalized Hair Styling Call BR 6-4891 Open Evenings by Appointment Only Hours: 9 to S Tuesday thru Saturday MRS. LLOYD POWELL Jacque Schartz Kalvesta Man Marries Bride from Ellinwood St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Ellinwood was the scene of the Saturday wedding of Jacque Schwartz and Lloyd Powell, Kalvesta. Officiating for the double ring ceremoney was the Rev. Joseph Bahr of St. Joseph's parish The altar was decorated with baskets of white gladioli and blue carnations. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spacil, Ellinwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell, Kalvesta. Katie Delomple, Ellinwood, played the wedding marches and accompanied Mrs. Douglas Mac- Caiihur, Hutehinson as she sang "Ave Maria" and "On This Day." The bride wore a lace and tulle gown fashioned with a scalloped neckline delicately outlined with radiant sequins and pearls. Her fitted bodice was accented with long tapering sleeves. Alternating flounces of scalloped-edged lace and gathered tulle created an aisle-wide chapel train,. Her shoulder-length veil of silk imported illusion was attached to a pearlized orange blossom wreath. She carried a white orchid bouquet as she was given 3246 12- 20 Let warm days com*, let air conditioning change the temperature: you're ready for either in this pretly dress with Ihe extra asset of the jacket. No. '.Y'A'A comes in sizes 12, 14, 16, H, 20. .Size 14 takes 4',-i yards of 44-inch for dress, 1'A yards of 44-inch for jacket. Send 35c in coin s for this pattern to Iris Lane, Garden C'ty Telegram, Box 1490, New York 1, N.Y. Add Sc for third class or 15c for first class mail. Our Put- tern Book is 50 cents. Add 15 cents extra if you wish it sent by first class mail. It's a good idea to drink a glass of waler when you get up in the morning. 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 in marriage by her stepfather, Ernest Spacil. Attendants for the bride were her sister. Danetta Sliartz, Ellinwood, maid of honor; Mrs. Aaron Eggers, Hutehinson, and Miss Carol Manning, Ellinwood. They wore identical gowns of blue satin brocade fashioned with bell-shapod ankle-length skirls, malching shoes and headdresses. Each carried a white carnation nosegay. Pamela Kendrlck, Hays, was flower girl. Ricky Vizzari, Ellinwood, served as ringbcarer. Groomsmen were Rick Drew, Hutehinson; W. D. Kendrick, Hays and Bob Winter, Butler. Serving as best man was Larry Powell, Kalvesta. A wedding dinner was served to 100 guests at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 12 noon in Ellinwood. A dance wag given- Saturday until midnight at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Great Bend. The four-tiered wedding cake was trimnned in blue and crested with a miniature bridal couple. Assistants at the reception were Lucille Spaeil, Arlene Doll, and Mrs. Fred Koch of Ellinwood; Twyla Griffith of Lewis, Miriam Schrcmmcr, Hoisington; Veda Kay Holt, Liberal; Joyce Driscoll, of Russell. After a short wedding trip they will be at home at 322 V4 E. "A", Hutcinshon. The bride attended Ellinwood High School, Wichita University and Hutehinson Business College. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega and is employed with Ark Valley Dairy Co-op Assn. Her bridegroom allended Cimarron High School and Hutehinson Junior College. Paqe 5 <>ardiMt < if v Trlogrnnt Monday, August 12, 1963 Recently returning from spending IIII-OP weeks in Denver with her daughter and fnmlly, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Husli, ,1 a m e s Wayno nnd Judith Lynnotto, was Mrs. Waller D. MoKoIvy, 5U N. r.lth. Mrs. Charles Walter, Dean, Gail ami Carol will spend this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ('. Smilli at Hentley while Mr. Walter altends (he Mnsler Barbel's Assn. mooting in Wichita. Sunday dinner gueiti of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Campbell, 201 W. Olive, wore Mr. and Mrs. Hubert. Wayne Campbell of Wichita and their children, Hobble, I'nttie and Randy; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Roth and infant Jamie of near Lowe; Greg Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Homer D. Camphell, Garden City. The Wlcthiln guests returned home yesterday evening, Inking Paltie who hnd spent nearly three weeks visiting here. Mrs. Bryarit Garnand who at- temled the Methodist family camp near Colorado Springs last week, is visiling in Denver will) her son and family, l.hc Dr. Richard Garnands. Mrs. George Sooby, Rt. 1 Is expecting a brother, Leo Weaver, to arrive from California this weekend. Arriving Thursday night from Wichita was Marion Salmons who will stay over Sunday with his mother Mrs. C. A. Salmans, 402 N. 2nd. Rose Morrell Takes Parf in European Meet Rose Morrcll, Rose's House of F 1 o w e r s, participated in the world-wide conference of florists, July 31-Aug. 3, as American representative to the international Intel-flora Conference of Florists at Hamburg, Germany. More than three thousand florists from all parts of the world who are members of the international flowers-by-wirc network attended the sessions. President John F. Kennedy cabled greetings to the 3,000 dele gales including more than 550 members of Florists' TclogntpJ Delivery Assn., Intel-flora affiliate in the United Staes. Delegates from Hong Kong and Singapore, Israel nnd New Zen- land, Union of South Africa and Chile joined members from virtually every nation in western Europe to consider new methods in floristry. Rose Morrell took advanced florist training while in Hamburg. She also toured Europe before participating in the World Conference, visiling London, Boulogne, Paris Luxembourg, Cologne, and Amsterdam. -Whether buying ot soiling, use Telegram Want Ads! In fhe Swim wifh Garden Citians Pliolo by Ohnryl VVallior Debra Embnoo, nino year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Embroe, 823 Bancroft, swims in thoir 17 by 36 foot pool built in I960 by their father. Lana, six, and Mrs. Em- broo are basking in tho sun. A pastel pointed fence borders their pool which holds 15,000 gallons of water. 'Arty' Bridal Shower HonorsEngagedCouple A unique bridal shower carrying out an "arty" Ihoine honored Nancy Smith and her fiance; Jim Bornemann, who is an art major graduate. Hostesses Mrs. Lawrence Dawson, Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. Wallace Wilson and Mrs. Don McMillan, greeted guests while attired in colorful artist's smocks nnd berets at: the McMllnn home, Thursday night. The evening was spent in creating collages (pictures made from n various assortment, of materials) which depicted some event in the life of the honored couple. These were presented to them with a picture frame so the fa vorite one might be framed for hanging. Nut cups and favors were small ceramic vases bearing Hie names of the honorees with their wedding date. The cake as well as the invitations were In the shape of an artists palcllo with varicolored paints. Pouring punch and coffee from n blue covered (able using milk glass were Miss Smilh and her mother, Mrs. Howard Smilh. A low arrangement of garden flowers in shades of blue, pink and white centered the In bio., highlighted by a tall multicolor candle in the same shades. The keep- sake candle wns presented lo the bride-elect Oth«rt prosent wore Mines. D.R. Howling, Kdylho S m 11 h, Berlrnm Vnnce, Alton flnrnnnd, Andy Erharl, Clifford Hope Jr., John Archibald, Cecil Wrlston, F.T. makes Ice, Walter Wagner, George Meeker and Torn Kirk of Scolt City nnd the Misses Snrn nnd Mary Lou Smith, Bernlce, Smith, Knthy Archibald, Nancy Dnwson, Roxie Smith, Janet McMillan nnd the future bridegroom, Jim Bornemnnn. Those sending gifts but unable to attend wore Mines. J.H. Keller, Marshall Finney, Lloyd Joyce Ross Blaekford, Franklin Old- wellor, Loon Ramsey nnd Miss Louise Williams. Calendar of Social Events n 'amtf LESLIE MARIE Is the nnmo chosen l/y Mr, nnd Mrs. George Cruz, (105 Jones, as the nnin c for their daughter born Aug. 4. KEITH EDWIN wns selected by Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmos H. Biirnsldo, 1208 Pnrkwood, n s the name for their son born'Aug. 2. MICHAEL CLAYTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Valller, 1204 E. Spruce, wns born Aug. I 1 ' ' I STEPHANIE DENISE, born July 28, Is tho daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilfred Johnson, 1300V4 N. Main. K MOf,AY TUKHIMT . Mnwmlo . . HKIIKKAII UJDCMC — 8 p.m., IOOK Jliill. HANES HOSE, short, medium, long — slim, snndlefoot, reinforced hee| in seventeen colors. Also stretch, over the knee nnd mesh, nil seamless. Inez-Accessoris. —12 LAURIE /RENE, daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Dnlc Memlors, .1501 "B", has an AuR. 1 birthday. SARA ANN wns chosen by Mr. nnd Mrs. L. F. Slnnlcy, Sn- Inntn, IKS the name for their daughter. Her birth tlnto is July 25. CARD OF THANKS f wish lo tlmnk the entire staff of St. Catherine Hospital expo- dally the Sisters and Dr. Snr- torliiH for their help and kindness during m'y recent stay In the hospital Mrs. Walter McKolvy. —12 CHEVROLET Telephone your Chevrolet dealer for any type of truck. THE NOLAN MOTOR COMPANY 515 N. MAIN GARDEN CITY BR 6-4361

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