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MR. AND MRS. JIMMY HINKLE Sharon Batman Wedding Vows Pledged Sunday in Sublette Steven'Nelson son of Mr. and Mrs. Krnnc-lh Nelson, 1703 N'. fill), will return this week to Kansas State University, Manhattan, where he is a junior in psychology. During (he s:immor he work- rd in t.hr psychology department on a National Science Foundation grant. Mr». Either Thomp»on, SOC'i X. 7lh, and Mrs. Eugene Otli, 504 W. Kansas, have returned from a lliree week's tour of Canada and the New England states. They also visited friends in New York City, Washington D.C. and Indianpolis, Ind. araqrapviA 0 i He visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deyoe, 1505 N. 9th, until Thursday. He entered the service June 1960, and is with the air police. Leaving this weekend for Colorado Springs, Colo., will he Mrs. Mabel Lindner, 412 N. 5th, and her eight year-old granddaughter, Glynnis Hughes, who has been here for almost two months, Glynnis will return to her mother, Mrs. Marjorie Hughes and family for school. Airman 3rd clan Harold Wayne Peters was home on a 10-day leave from Richard Gebaur Air Force Base, Kansas City, Mo. Arriving Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Baldwin, 217 Pennsylvania, were Mrs. Bill Osbom and SOD, Clint, Wheatridge, Colo., who plan to stay until tomorrow. Coming Sunday from Rosemead, Calif., were Mr and Mrs. Frank Griffin, Gail, Gwynn, Greg and Gara who will visit with Mrs. Baldwin and other relatives. Tonight Mrs. Baldwin is having a family dinner. Other guests will be Mrs. Her bert Hayes of Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. E.B. Phelps, Cimarron; Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Baldwin, Shari, Dee- Ann and Cathy, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hayes and Brian, all of Kalvesta. The occasion Is also to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Marmon, San Diego, Calif., came Sunday for a week visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Marmon, 212 N. 4th. Your Problems — by Ann Landers Approximately 275 relatives nnd friends attended the marriage of Sharon Lynn Batman and Jimmy Hink'le on Sunday afternoon at the Sublette Christian Church. The Reverends Clifton Stark, Garden City, nnd Floyd Hooper, Sit'blette, officiated for the pledging of tli R vows against an altar decorated with baskets of white gladioli with orchid tows and j seven branch cadelebra. j The bride is the daughter of! Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Batman and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hinkle, all are of; Sublette. A prelude of nuptial music wag plnyed by organist, Clarice Schmidt, who played the wedding marches and accompanied John Nelson who sang "Whither Thou Gocst" and "The Lord's Prayer". A white ballerina gown of I.'ice fashioned over floor length bridal taffeta was worn by the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. The scalloped neckline and hemline were trimmed with pearls and the fitted bodice was styled with long tapered sleeves enhanced with seed pearls. She carried an Pharmacy Phacts From RALPH McCLUNG Do you have aches and pains you think are the normal result of "growing older"? Our forefathers difinitely had this problem, but they did not have the advantage of geriatric medicines which p r e v e n t these aches and pains — or even the harmless analgesics which c « n help relieve them. Those newer drug iloms can !>e prescribed for you by your doctor after he has d e c i d e d which of them can lie of the most help to 'you. You can live a more happy life with the help of these new discoveries. Why not make an appointment with your doctor — today — and then bring his proscription to us where wo know and fully-undorstand its importance to you. Wo'll l)i> glad to know that life will be a littlo oas- J ior for you. Of course you like to trade in a friendly and helpful atmosphere'.' I Then Mi-Clung and Pa'yno's is (he place to bring your prcscrip- ! tion lM.'1-aiise wo Ixith onjoy and ; take pride in being of service to ' you. We're horp at 10!) Grant j Avo, or call us at BR C-fi7C>2. I arranfimont of red roses on a white bible. Vurna llinklc was maid of honor and Palsy llinklc bridesmaid, both are sisters of the. bridegroom. They wore matching dresses of orchid chiffon over taffeta and each carried a net wri.st basket of while gladioli and ivy. Danny Stapleton, Plains, served the bridegroom as best man and Rodney Watt, Sublette, was groomsman. Ushers were Diiano Alexander, Ulysses, Charles Giles and Ron Lindhcrg, Sublcl- tc. All the male attendants were attired in while dinner jackets and dark Irousers with rose centered gladioli boulonnicrcs. Taper lighters Brenda and Becky Batman, Satanta, cousins of the bride, wore frocks of orchid chiffon over taffeta and wri.st corsages of while roses. Flower girl, Dcnisp DeLong, R'o c ky Ford, Colorado, cousin of t h c bridegroom, was dressed in orchid chiffon over taffeta and carried a not wri.st basket of white gladioli and ivy. All the brides attendants won- white tulle head dresses trimmed with orchid chiffon and taffeta hows. Denny De-Long, cousin of the bridegroom, was ring bearer and was attired in idenlical fashion to the other attendants of the bridegroom. The wedding reception was given in the church hasomo.nl. The four tiered cake topped with a bride and bridegroom, trimmed with white sugar bells and orchid netting, baked by Mrs. .lane Hull, Satanta, was centered on a lablo covered with a while cloth and not ovorskirt tnmincd with orchid bows. Classmates assisting at (In* ro- coption were Annaruth Living slon, Patsi Halo, Mary A n n e Murphy, Sandra Burgess, and Janet Holt all of Sublotto. Other assistants were Mines. lx>u Ki solo, Mario Rolls, Frances Jean Hoffman, Helen liedd, Margaret Juol ami Esthor Phipps. Attending the guest book was Judy liolhel of Kads, Colo. Ardis Wait, Maxine Birnoy and Jorionno Davis had charge of the gift table. Mrs. Roy Nelson assisted with the wedding preparations. The bride and bridogroom are 1%3 graduates of Sublette High School and plan to attend Garden City Junior College. After a wedding trip to Colorado they will he at homo on a farm Ki miles northwest of Sublette. -Whether buying or soiling, use Telegram Want Acis! DEAR A N N L A N D E RS: Since you fancy yourself as infallible, this letter may come as a real blow. You have erred. A flabby handshake — you cal[ led it a "dead fish" — does not necessarily mean the person Jacks enthusiasm or interest. Sometimes il simply means the poor guy has arthritis. I know because for years I've sufferd with the problem, and it's an affliction 1 wouldn't wish on the devil himself. So 10 lashes with a wet noodle lo you, Toots. Thi s one was a first-class blooper. — DON'T SHAKE, JUST NOD Dear Don't Shake: My sincere apologies (o you and to all others who are similarly afflicted. I had no idea so many people suffer from arthritis in t he i r hands. I think I heard from most of them. I contritely accept the 10 lashes, And no, let's shake hands and be friends. Pardon me — we'll just nod. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: Has tlio time come for me to roll the skeleton out of the closel and loll my children I h e i r father was a skunk? He has boon dead 15 years, and because I have kepi his halo shining his children beieve he was a sainl. True, he was good lo his family, but the man was immoral to the core. I put up with one love affair after anolher — even an out-of-wedlock child whom he quietly supported. I'm now going with a man who would be an ideal husband for my sunset years. We plan to marry in 19G6 when we both retire. Until then we must seltle for visiting one another. When I go to his city I stay with him (in his apartment) because I can't afford a hotel. Two of my children h a ve stopped talking to me because of this love affair. The others arc turning mighty cool. They f e el my behavior is indecent. When my odolst son said, "What do you think dad would say about this?" 1 was tempted to unload the whole story then and there. Would 1 bo justified? — KEEPER OF THE CLOSET KEYS Dear Keeper: Sorry, Mother, but throwing rotten eggs at your husband's tombstone after keeping it neatly polished for 15 years will not justify your own conduct in the eyes of your children. You say you can't afford to slay in a hotel. I say, if you want the respect of your family — or anyone else — you can't afford NOT to stay in a hotel. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 think \ou missed a bel with your roply to "Can't Figure H" — the person who wanled to know why some folks who have a lot of money and live high sometimes cry poor mouth. My husband and I might be considered in this category so I feel qualified to speak up. We both worked hard in your younger days, we made good investments and, with a little luck, we managed to get pretty well set. Some of our friends and relatives who have had a difficult time financially often complain about their bills and how rough they are having it. My husband and I have discovered it makes them feel better if we cry right along with them. The old saying, "Misery loves company" is true. I believe that because of this policy nobody resents us or what we have. So pass the word, will y o u, A n n? — CROCOD I L E TEARS Dear Croe: Consider It passed. And while you're crying, Doll, drop a tear for me, will you please? * * * Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences -of thousands of teenagers if you write for Ann Landers' booklet, "How To Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long, s e 1 f-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you svith your probelms. Send them lo her in care of Ihe Garden City Telegram enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. trace SPECIAL Pre-Scnool for ages 4 and up Announces Registration Now Open Tap Ballet Toe Modern Jazz NEW Baton Twirling ence. At Grace Ann's your child will bb taught to move well, to be light on her feet, an*: feel music and work with a group, plus she will develop the inner stability that is the basis of all poise and the beginning of all beauty. Dancing will make th-e differ- Hi-Fi Hop - - 6th thru 9th grades ENROLL NOW—OPEN EVENINGS Call BR 6-5245 Studio at 1404 N. 3rd 32G9 12-20 Here's a styl<> so soft and easy to make you may wanl lo use the pattern twice. No. 3269 comes in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14 lakes only 3U yards of 35- inch fabric or 2-1* yards of 45- inch. Send 35c in coins for this pattern to Iris Lane, in care of the Garden City Telegram, Box 1490, New York 1, N.Y. Add 5c for third class or 15c for first class mail. —KITTY Litter, convenient. Sanitary for pet. Finnup Seed. —27adv GLENA PATTERSON is now employed at the UNIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 110 W. Pine FOR APPOINTMENT CALL BR 6-7413 In fhe Swim wifh Garden Citians Photo by Cheryl Walker At the country home of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Walters, Crest Road, their pool has unusual styling and is a copy of the Hilton pool in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Under the canopy-covered patio is a complete bath-house which can double as a storm shelter. Taking a dive is Chelle Ott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ott, 910 N. Center, while Johnny, Jimmy and Becky Jean Walters take a swim. At the umbrella table are Mrs. Ott and Mrs. Walters. The pool can be drained through lawn sprinklers. Pare cucumber ends — those you would ordinarily discard; chop fine and add to tomato juice; chill overnight; strain and serve. The cucumber adds delightful flavor. If you are using inslant vanilla pudding as a custard sauce, and llio pudding gels loo firm after chilling, just boat it up wilh a rotary (hand or electric) beat- Turn a fruit-flavored gelatin dessert into an 8-inch square cake pan and chill until set. Cube the gelatin right in the pan and 'then remove to dessert dishes. Top with whipped cream. Page 6 Garden City Telegram Tuesday, August 27, 1963 -Whether buying 01 selling, use Telegram Want Adsl can LILLIAN McKAIN store Manager, show you the carper that will do the most for your rooms— and your budget! Largest Carpet Selection In The Southwest! ooms WALL-TO-WALL WITH 501" Nylon FOR ONLY Wide selection of patterns and colors. Every yard first quality Installed over quality pad by expert workmen. Based on 38 Sq. Yds. GUARANTEED TACKLESS INSTALLATION! Nothing Down UP TO 36-Months To Pay Terrific Savings on Carpet MILL ENDS and REMNANTS! i ALSO AVAILABLE IN OUR LIBERAL STORE OUT OF TOWN? Call Tom Norris Collect BR 6-7731 for FREE ESTIMATE. Our CARPET CADDY will come to your door with a complete line of carpet samples. HOUSE OF CARPET 1105 Kansas Plaza Lillian McKain, Store Mgr. BR 6-7731

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