Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 21, 1963 · Page 4
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arara p I L PTVOMS fnni] out of town at- -ndin^ the funeral of Mrs. /or- i I rl'ijj uric Mrv M a r I h a Mr. and and and \\Hl ;.,'i«l Mis Mrv nf I'almdale. Calif ; .Mi- A I! I'rlon. Mr. Ha\mond I'rton, Mr. l)ii;u)e Mil Nap. Mr. Mrs A K. Landgraf. Imperial HI Siit. Lamlgraf has been as- .signrd In Camp dos T/)ges. Paris, KraiKp Thr-v will leave here for Franco Sept. 4. Mrs. Landgraf is lhc former Bocry Brooks. I'm Inn and .Mr. and Meyi-r. all of Syra- d Mrs T. F,. I'rton, : Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Mr. and Mrs Hoberl I)nrarif!0. Cti]i>.: Mr. Vade Hendcrshot and I'. Willmrti and son. nil of Hiilcliinsop, Porn Scsslcr, 1211 N. Rib. is lca\i- t'liii'.'hi dy liain for .San iM-. Calif . 'A here she will visit ; T sun and family. Mr. and: Ciirl Seller. Robbie. Clint, ! Cliri-. She also will visit l- in \';n Niiy.s Calif. Lurry Ledcrcr son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen l/'derer, 20i)7 N. (ith, led Salurdav for ICvansville, Ind. He wa s chosen as a rlo.lc- ^'nlc from the Central Kansas Conference to attend the Nation- ril Methodist Youth Fellowship Conference, and will be gone for one week. Mr. »r»d Mrs. K. W. Sr:ol1. 703 \ 7tli. wen 1 honorres of a surprise hamburger fry Monday night B( their home. Monday was Iheir 49111 wedding annivors- ary. Those attrntling were Mr. and Mrs. Itonnld Scott, Halvesfa: Mr. and Mrs. Virl Kumlcll, 810 Bancroft; Mrs. Vurva Scott i and Robert. 1112 ,V. 1th; Mr.! and Mrs. Eugene? Atkinson and Michelle. "Of) ,\. 3rd; ami Marshal Crotinger, III. 1. ; Mr. and Mri. Richard Davis: and son. Gene, of Svihlettc returned from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ira Kirk of I'nrndisc Point, Grand Lake, j Okla. i Arriving yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dan High, and family ~2I Center were Mr. High's parents Mr. and Mrs. William L. Uip.li uf Toiieka. They are en- iinite home after a trip t o the western st;i(t's, and were (o leave for Topeka today. Ii.se thos ( , eggs you've brought from tin; market in 10 days or so. Ami keep them covered in the rcfri.rrator so they won't ahsora orders from oth.ir foods. Remember ih*) an egg'. 1 ; .shell is porous i One good .southern cook has n \ special way of adding a tablespoon or two of cold beer to each portion of chili con carne. l''or adults only! Re/urning yesterday from a vacation trip to (h,. Black Hills were Mr. and Mrs. Don Talley and family. They also visited Mr. '('alley's parents in eastern Kansas. Sgt. «nd Mrs. Wilbur Land«ral of Laiire, Mil., ; ,,. p visitinu Inends find relatives in Garden 1 il.v. They nre houses-nests of ll'i'ir parents. Mr. and Mrs. R L "'•""ks, 100:1 N. 7lh, ami Mr. ami SHIFT nighties by Rogers are TUB most. Sheer, with an underlay of modesty, and most comfortable for sleeping. Baby Doll ! I'Js loo. Inez-Accessories. —21 Johnson Photo Service MR. AND MRS. DARRELL BRYANT (Jean Ballinger) Jean Ballinger Becomes Bride of Darrell Bryant CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our gratitude to Dr. Sartorius, to t h e Sisters and staff of St. Catherine Hospital, and to all the friends who expressed their sympathy with cards, flowers and food during the recent illness and death of our Mother. The Family. of Mrs .Lula Bench. —21 Ark Volley BACON Lb 39c Chunk BOLOGNA u.29t Winchester LARD 5u,,59c ROUND STEAK Lb 73c Lean Meaty MSNUTE STEAKS ....„ 89c Boneless RUMP ROAST Ib 89c Test your Radio & TV tubes FREE, also Vibrators, fuses & Condensers. We have installed new equipment. Tests up to and including '64 models 303 Cans Town Talk PEACHES Armsrronq ICE MILK i/2 Gol . 49c Pario Beef ENCHILADA DINNERS •& 39c lakeside Cream CORN ................... ; ......... 2 c3 a° n3 , 29c Town Talk CHERRIES Kitty Clover POTATO CHIPS Re , 5 , c 49c Star Kisr CHUNK TUNA to 25c Shurfne FLOUR 25 BL a b , $ U9 Hills Bros. * COFFEE Shurfino CAN MILK c a n , c3 a" 2 c3 a" 39c Bog Mb. , U9 Cannlster Ta " Cans TOILET TISSUE 4, 0 ,,,29c CHILI »29e Roxci Dry DOG FOOD 5 BLaba 39c FREE 12-01. glass with $10.00 purhase FREE 86-01. Pitcher with $15.00 purchase Red Ripe TOMATOES LtlOc POTATOES 10 & 39c Golden Ripe BANANAS 2 Sfc 25c Garden Fresh CELERY Yellow ONIONS We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities SPENCER'S FOOD STORE 10th and Jones Prices effective Thur.-Fri.-Sot. In a 2 p.m. ceremony at fnc| First Methodist Church, Garden; City, last Saturday, Jean Ballin- ficr became the bride of Darrell Bryant. The bride is th c daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ballinger, 1206 St. .John, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Bryant, Pittsburgh, Pa. The Kcv. Howard Woertendyke officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Miss Robin Sroufe was thc pianist, playing "The Golden Wedding" and "Ave Maria," Baskets of greens with green carnations decorated the altar. A street-length wedding dress of white crystalette was chosen by the bride, with scoop neck, full skirt and no sleeves. She wore a scalloped lace over-jacket with elbow-length sleeves and seed pearls outlining the neckline. Her elbow length veil of silk illusion fell from a wedding ring cornette of pearls. She car- licd a colonial bouquet of white carnations and green tulle. She was given in marriage by her father. Her mother's corsage was of white carnations. Mrs. John McCraeken, Garden City, was matron of honor. She woro a street length sleeveless dress of willow green crystalette with scoop neck and full skirt. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. Her husband served as best man. ' Free Wheelers HDU Hears Defense Talks Talks on International defense, citizenship and civil defense were given at the meeting of the Free Wheelers Home Demonstration Unit last week. The meeting was at the home of Mrs. Em mil White, 1607 E. Fulton. Giving the lesson talks were Mrs. John. King, Mrs. James Goodwin, and Mrs. John Coghill. Stressed was the intent of Congress to promote world pence through the Peace Corps, and the most important right given ' to a citizen is the right to vote. ! Members looked through the contents of a Civil Defense survival kit. i Mrs. I,eroy Robinson presided at the meeting at which 9 mem- IKM-S were present. Roll call was answered by giving a favorite picnic dish. Mrs. Merle Fields and Mrs. Goodwin received birthday and anniversary gifts. Next mooting will be at the home of Mrs. Art Norrington, :i(M'u Hudson, at 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 10. A reception followed at the Girl Scout House. The double- layer white cake was decorated with white roses and green leaves. Assisting at the reception was Mrs. Aden Childers, with Miss Judy Ballinger serving punch and coffee and Miss Dorothy Erker, Colorado Springs, serving cake. At the gift table were Misses Jane and Ruth Graves, Canon City, Colo., and Miss Carolyn | Anderson, Johnson, presided at the guest book. The bride is a graduate of Garden City High School and attended Garden City Junior College. She is employed by the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Clarksville, Tenn. Her husband is an airborne radio mechanic in the U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky. He is a graduate of Allegheny High School in Pittsburgh, Pa., and Garden City Junior College, and attended Kansas State University. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at Fort Campbell. CARD OF THANKS \\'c wish to express our appreciation and thanks for the many kind expressions ' of sympathy j and gifts of flowers, food and cards during our bereavement and passing of our dear Mother and Grandmother. The Family of Mrs. Zorah (E. W.) Urton. 21 A perky dress, delightfully cool, right for any occasion when paired with the little jacket. No. 3151 comes in sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. In size 4 the dress takes 2'Xi y arils of 35-inch fabric; the jacket, 1 yard of 35-inch. Send 35c in coins for this pattern to Iris Lane, in care of the Garden City Telegram, Box 14SK), New York 1, N.Y. Add 5c fin- third class or I5c for first class mail. ' DRESSES, COATS, sweaters, sport wear, lingerie, accessories. You an completely outfit yourself for back to 'school on Mode O' Days' convenient layaway plan. _2i Page 6 ftnrdon flfy Trlogrnnt Wednesday, August 21, 1963 Sfurdy Oak PNG Club Has Breakfasf Members of the Sturdy Oak Past iN'oble Grands Club each baked their own pancakes at a backyard breakfast Friday at the A. W. Terhune home, 1211 St. John. The occasion also was a going away "hanky" shower for Mrs. Clarice Sparks who has purchased a home in Satanla where she will teach school this fall. The hankies were presented to her in a "Little Pail" bucket. A reading, "P.N.G. The Gifts to You," was given by Mrs. Brown. For roll call, Captain Mrs. Elsworth Holmes totaled 15, and Captain Mrs. Ray Vannhman totaled 12. There w,ere 184 calls reported to the sick, bereaved and shut-ins. Guests were Debbie and Tammie Hall, Denver, Colo.; Mae and David White, Cindie Peak, and Duane Sparks, all of Garden City. Mrs, D. E. Siegle was assistant hostess. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Walter Baker, 301 Center, at 8 p.m. on Sept. 20. Royal Neighbors With Mrs. Brown Royal Neighbors Social Club met Tuesday for morning coffee at th e home of Mrs. Raymond Brown, 1303 N. Main. Assisting Mrs. Brown were Mrs. F red Brown, Mrs. Cleo Lowe and Mrs. Billie Degenhart. Mrs. Frank Gillenwater presided over the meeting which 23 attended. Debbie Romaine was a gUiest. Mrs. Cleo Lowe gave devotions. Recreation provided by Mrs. Fred Brown was a word game. Mrs. Hubert Crowley was presented a hostess gift. Next meeting will be a morning coffee Sept. 17 at the home of Mrs. Delia Ackley, 501 Eugene. Your Problems by Ann Landers — DEAR. READERS: I stirred , up a hornet's nest with my ad! vice to 'Seeing Red." 1 told the ) woman she should be happy to i have a mother-in-law who would | take it upon herself to scrub, i wax, polish, wash and iron when she came over to baby-sit with the grandchildren. Hundreds of letters from mothers, mothers-in-law, daughters and daughters-in-law both applauded and attacked my point of view. Here are some samples: From Battle Creek, Mich.: 1 always got along splendidly with my mother-in-law. The chief reason was because she was an expert at minding her' own business and sh e respected the privacy of others. She sat for me often when the children were small but never once did she attempt to tak e over my home in my absence. A mother-in-law who would tear apart her daughter-in-law's house and put it back together again is just trying to prove that her son married a lousy housekeeper From Norfolk, Va.: If "Seeing Red" will send her mother-in- law to my house I'll happily send her mine. Once in a blue moon my mother-in-law gets big-hearted and offers to sit with our kids so we can have a night out. She comes over about B:00 p.m. and gives the kidtf supper. Then she plants herself in front of the TV without even bothering to put the milk back in the regrigerator. When we get home we find the dishes still on the table, orange peeling by Granny's chair, and a can or two of beer on the coffee table — complete with a wet ring. I repeat the offer. If "Red"' wants to swap I'm willing. From London, Ontario; Your advice to "Seeing Red" stank. It boils my blood when my mother in law comes ove r and i ".straightens things around.' 1 I 1 interpret her sudden spurts of ! energy as a strong hint thai I i am lazy and inefficient. In the j meantime her own home could i use plenty of tid'ying up. Since you advocate minding one's own business I fail to understand why you collapsed on this one. i j From Oakland, C a 'if. My i mother-in-law is a .life-saver She | has bailed me out of many a tight, spot and I love her for it. Believe me, with five youngsters under eight 'years of age I'm not too proud to let her come over and pitch in. !• for one, would rather "Sec Red than be dead." From Anderson, S.C.: Advice like you gave "Seeing Red" docs not help me one bit. My mother in-law is one of those "takeover" types and it burns me up. The last time she "helped me out" it took me two weeks to find the salt and pepper shakers and the bottle-mop. I'm still looking for my tea-strainer F^om Kansas City: I'm one of those mothers who goes to my daughter's home and washes, irons, cleans, scrubs — anything that needs to be done. My daughter works full time, as I did when I wa s a newly-wed. I know she doesn't have the time or the energy to keep house the way she'd like to. What I do fop her is out of love. I am neither prying, nor am I trying to parade my competence before her and my son-in-law. All I want is to lighten her burden. She says I am an angel and I'm sure she means it. From Denver: My daughter- in-law keeps house just like her mother — terrible. But when I go over there I am deaf, dumb and blind. My son thinks she is perfection itself. Apparently he doesn't mind living in a pig'» sty. This is astonishing since lie was raised in an immaculate home. But so long as they are happy together I don't care what their house looks like. M.v eyes are closed and my mouth is shut. * * * Confidential to In Vino Veritas: Not necessarily. Liquor dflfcs not always bring out the— truth. Sometimes it just brings out products of a busy imagination. To learn ;fhe d!ff«r*ne« 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 - t ' 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. .- Calendar of f Social Events WEDNESDAY MAILCARRIERS' AND PICNIC — G p.m. at FINNUP Bark; TIMJKSDAl FINNEY COUNTY PARK, FISH AND GAME — 7:TO p.m. at'Civic Contcr. After the business meeting, ii color movie and refreshments will be offered. FK1DAT NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS — 9 a.m. Mrs. Dan Williamson, 1303 N. Main. KoKUlar meeting and cortee. OL.DTIMERS CLUB—From 1 until 4 p.m. at Civic Center. All men over 65 years old are invited. Refreshments will be served. . . Ever sweeten tomato juice with a suspicion of molasses? Youngsters often like it this way. PAX, crab-grass control. Lawn' grasses, clover, fertilizer. Sow, Fall, when Nature plants. Finnup Seeds. ,'.".''—a HOME OF MTU* VALUES Far Over 45 Years PHILCO Transistor Radio A Packed in attractive Gift Box Gift sef of Radio with 6 transistors, battery, earphone, and leather case. 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