Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 4, 1963 · Page 3
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Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 4, 1963
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Woodland Park Ceremony Unites Local Couple in Colorado Wedding p t p< Page * ftnrdcn «;ily Wednesdoy, Sept. 4, 1963 ' • .Tii|]ii."iiii rii'ilo Sorvlci) MR. AND MRS. HARRY WILLYARD Fleta Dy«r Willyards Honored at Reception in Dyer Home Sunday afternoon a rwplinn was given to honor Mr. and Mrs. Harry (Buddy) Willyard, Manhattan Hi the home »f I' 1 ''' '"'other, Mr.' arid Mrs. Avon Dyer, 201G N. Blh. Mrs. Will.vard is the former J''lotn Dyer, daughter of Mr. antl Airs. H. Alvin Dyer, 1(X)7 N. "A". The couple was married in Manhattan this summer. The reception table was covered with lace decorated with large pink bows, pink candles and •greenery. The bride's pink-and- white color scheme was used throughout. Chic-kasha, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs.! Jim Lopcr, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith and Sherry, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cleveland. Terry an d (ilc.nda; 'Mrs. Jon Lurl/. and Dianne, Mrs. Gladys Hnhbnrd, Mrs. Hud Daniel, Mrs. T.K. Mori, Mr. and Mrs Alvin Dyt'r, Tommy Dyer, Debbie, Donna and Hiussell Dyer. Sending gifts but unable to at- lend were Mrs. Viola Nelson, Mrs. Maureen C'ocn and Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Snuthwoi'tli. "Onr Mother of the Woods", ,1 small native pink stone Chapel, in Woodland Park, Colo, was the '• setting Aug. 18, for the wedding i of Sandra Shobe, and Thomas | Lynn Gottschalk. | Parents of the couple are Mr. j and Mrs. Harold Shobe, 2011 N. | 7th. and Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Gotls- chalk, 807 N. Main. Th«. Rov. Timothy Gottschalk, cousin of the. bridegroom, performed the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with Alter bouquets of white miniature mums and white carnations. The four pair seven-branch can- j dclabra were decorated with white mums, white carnations and greenery. Robbie Wasinger,- nephew of the bridegroom, lighted the tap-, m. Edward Elbcrts Colorado Springs, played the processional and the recessional. As a prelude to the ceremony hc sang two songs, "On This Day' 1 and "Avc Maria." The bride who was given In marriage by her fatlier wore a | ballerina length gown of Italian ! lace over and net with long j sleeves coming to n point over | the wrists. Her silk illusion veil i was secured by a small white satin pill box hat. Her bridal bouquet was mums and stephanotis. Junior bridesmaids were Jeri and Vonnic Wasinger, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wasinger, OKI N. llth, and nieces of the bridegroom. They were dressed in identical apricot colored dresses with head bands of white lace interwoven with apricot colored ribbon. Their colonial bouquets were small white mum.s and apri- 'cot colored carnalions. Matron of honor was June Anderson, Garden City, and hrides- ' nld was Sc imidt ' j AAUW to Give Picnic Cutting the cakr was Mrs. Dy- ; VA onc j GV nt er and serving punch was Mrs. Monday at Alice Kslingor while Julia Gibson atlendcd Ihe gift table. Oth»r* attending were Mrs. An- cci OeKcmus and Sharon, Mr. Mrs. Kelly Miilson hostess Mondav Colorado. Their dresses of peppermint green taffeta with mould- ed band bodice were enhanced by a cowl-bateau back and short sleeves. The bell-shaped skirt caught with side bows was cock-tail length. They wore small headdresses of the same fabric 'with circular veils and matching accessories. Matron of honor carried a colonial style bouquet of white carnations and the bridesmaid bouquet was of white and apricot carnations. Timothy Gottschalk served as araarap Its Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Your Problems — bv Ann Landers — DEAR ANN LANDERS: Soon me on our first date that h c was : our brilliant, handsome son will married, that he and his wife did and Mrs. Dale Fry, 404 Center, f)e leaving for a mec ij ocre state I not get along but he was staying wer c Mr. and Mrs. Alex Slemle,, universily whjch is s j lualec j in a | w jth her because of the children. Everytime we went out and I Newton; Mr. and Mrs. Claude; hick town _ why? Becausc nis Arrowstruth, Mr. and Mrs r,arl"Know-H-All" fatlier wouldn't 1 mentioned his wife hc changed Tinslcy and Mrs. Alvin Plumer, \ ljsten to me or lo the boy . s high | tne su bj ec t. i got suspicious arid MRS. THOMAS LYNN GOTTSCHALK Sandra Shobe The reception was at the Paint Pony Country Club, Woodland and Mrs. Gary Diebert and Leah llv " Kay, Mr. an;l Mrs. Dale Gibson, Mrs. Cecil Dudley, Mrs. Kenneth Cox and Mrs Garrelt Hanke of to a picnic at heir home on Buffalo Drive for members and prnsp*!c- of the American Association of University Women at will be bPs i man tor his brother. Grooms-i Park - Thc brldc>s lable wa s cov ' man was Michael Mitchell, Den-'crcd witli white net over satin Calendar of Social Evenfs .HINIOn. IlICill ilth — 7-9 p.m. (Mvlu Onti-r. Diim-" und movli', Th" John (il.-iiii fllcry." TYIMAN LOnCJK NO. 2-IB -- AF* AM ..... 7::i() p.m. Miiamiii' Tomi'lr Stuti'il romiiuiiilriitlitt, wcirk in 2ml WSl'S KXKfl.'TIVK CO.M.MITTiOK - 9:::il a.m. Fellownlilp Hull. V.^n\- ij.llkt flniiTli. Chiistlun Wunii'ii'o 'Ki-ll(i\v.shlp — I II.MI. Kiilinl linii'lii-nn. liYllmvv'ilp Butt. Hrlnif salmi mid (nl)li' m-rvli'i-. MKU'MAN CM'H rOFFKK • !':;«) a" in. Mrs. .liilin Wall.T. Crcnt Ii",ul. JKWOOJIKHS P1NOC1ILK — 7.;iO- 10:'J() p.:n. 1'lur CiMili'i 1 . ruiDAY HOMKMAKKUS rilOUUS --- ?. p.m. ChuiTti nf (I)' 1 Hri'lliri-i. lllrrclcir. MlV. C.O. Oli'lO'M. N< W IIIIMIilHM-K In yesterday's paper if was ver, Colo. and centered with a while car- Brides's mother wore a three nations. A three-tiered wedding piece light blue shantung suit with matching accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore povvd cake decorated with white roses and silver tipped wedding bells a/so decorated the table, along er blue lace over taffela and her j with silver candelabra. The wcdd- erroiifotisly anmwnccd that the j accessories were pink. Both picnic was last Friday night. p.m. Sim. K-ITDY ru'K Ijiiwrciii-ft \VUKS R78-10 — recognize the number'.' Its our /ip code -- U.S. Mail —- joii know. Also, did yiv.i know; that you can get a zipper-upper, for that so exasperating hark : —Jadv Betrothed mothers wor e white carnation and pink sweetheart rosebud cor- I ing party and 40 guests werc ' served a buffet dinner at the sages. John Shobe, brother the bride, served as usher. of all of Scdgwick. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Laughlin and Connie, 1102 Chestnut, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Engling, at Oklahoma City, Okla., over Labor Day weekend. Mrs. Guilford D school adivsors. j questioned a woman who worked My husband, a prominent and '< in th e sam e company. I found successful businessman, was de-! out that lle ls not married and termined that* our boy would go never has been - what do to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth or Rutgers. Against make of this? —DYNAMITE DOROTHY presidents of these schools offer- Smith, 309 Ballinger returned home Satur- • promises of more, day nrght from a week s vaca- .*><>> lion in Montana. She was a guest everyone's advice, he took it upon I Dear Dynamite: The man is a himself to write letters to the slippery eel who is interested solely in entertainment. By tell- of her sister and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Jim Sprigg at Livingston, Mont. She also toured Yellowstone Park and visited other points of interest. Labor Day weekend guests at the home of their sister, Mrs. Cecil Dudley, Mr. Dudley and Wayne, 902 E. Maple, were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cox, Larry, Eddy, Gary and Marvin, Chickasha, Okla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Handke, Rick*y and Sue of Minco, Okla, Marriage Announced Belly Faye Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cook, Rt. 1, was united in marriage with Don Rodrock, son of Mr. and son Mr. and Mrs Marvin Dunlap, 209 N. 4th. The Rev. Don Peckham performed the double ring nuptial ceremony Aug. 26 in the First Methodist Church. Serving as maid of honor was Yondolan Clausen, cousin of the He pressured his ing you he was married he was influential making it clear that he was no friends and business associates, who were graduates of these schools, to write letters in behalf of our son. I feel certain that with the matching accessories her corsage was pink and white rosebuds. After a trip to Las Vegas the couple will make their home in Denver. Guests attending from Garden City were, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Ott, Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Wasinger, Jim Gotlschalk, T i m o t hy Gottschalk, Mrs. Larry Wasinger Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kliesen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Romine, Jim Patterson, Richard Blue, club. Paul Sphor and Robert Floyd. The bride's going away cos-' From Colby were Mr. and Mrs. tume wa s of electra blue with | Dale Powel and sons, Mark and —[Barry and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gottschalk. orner COFFEE SPICE CAKE 2>/3 cups sifted cake flour 3 teaspoons baking powder '/i teaspoon baking soda '/4 teaspoon salt V'4 teaspoon ginger IV? teaspoon cinnamon ','4 teaspoon cloves 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 3/4 cup shortening IVa cup brown sugar '/4 cup molasses 3 eggs well-beaten 3 /4 cup cold strong coffee Sift flour, baking powder, soda, salt and spices together 3 times. Hays Author to Speak at Award Presentation Helen Denefer Francis, Hays author and speaker, will address the 7th District Kansas Authors Club in Ness City on Sept. 14 in the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Francis has traveled abroad and i is the author of Football Flash. ! Big Svvatl, Phantom Steer, Operation Fitness U.S.A. and others. Scheduled to report during the business session which opens at 9:30 a.m. with the registration and coffee are president, Ruth NOW SHOWING! -The story of one of the greatest mass escapes * during World War II _j •_ ! The engagement of Kathy fl^lk-ZS^ I Geier and Torry Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rhodes, 307 W. Elm, is announced by the parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Geier, 610 N. 12th. Miss Geior is employed by Geier Electric Cream shortening with sugar until fluffy. Add jnolasscs and eg»s ! Blackw,sll, Garfiold; vice presi and beat thoroughly. Add dry ingredients and coffee alternately lk '"t- Helen Ward Renme, Monte in small amounts, beating well after each addition. Pour into 3 greased *layer pans and bake in moderate oven at 350 degree's for JOHN PE STEVE JAMES RICHARD MCQUEEN GARNER AITENBOROUGH Feature starts 7:15 Come as late as 9:00 and see a complete show .COMING SOON! Big John in roaring action . . . with a hilarious twist . . . DONOVAN'S REEF starring John Wayne :!0 minutes. Frost with mocha or butter frosting. Frosting V'j cup butter 3 cups powdered suga r 4 tablespoons cream or evaporated milk 1 teaspoon vanilla Cream butter. Add remaining ingredients and continue cream- Co., and her fiance is a jun- j, lf , unt j[ m j x ture is well blended and fluffy. Will cove r top and ior at Fort Hays State Col- sides. leqe. MARGAHKT WF.1SKR 1120 Taylor NOW SHOWING THROUGH THURSDAY 1st HIT—Uproarious sophisticated comedy 'Touch DORIS DAY (iliii()i!\(j : A}IDpVMEADOl\'8 CO-HIT— Where should a girl stop in Rome? I OWE UVENTURE TECHNICOLOR'. • WMtNERBROSW Boxoffice Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:40 zumu; secretary, Lettie Little Pabst, Pratt; publicity, Enola V. Feldman Garden City and historian, Cora E. Scott, Haviland. Contest manager, Thelma Spencer, Great Bend, will present awards to the various winners. Newly elected officers will be installed by Thelma Daniels, Larned, before the 3:15 p.m. adjournment. Tb e meeting is open to anyone interested in writing. All luncheon reservations should reach Dorothy Stecklein, Box 147, Ness City, by Sept. 7. boy's fine scholastic record, his j candidate dther extracurricular activities and his high rating in the college boards he would surely have made one of these schools if his father had not put the heat on. Please print this letter, as 'a warning to other fathers to lay off. —HEARTSICK MOM Dear Mom: Your husband acted unwisely to b e sure. But it would be incorrect to say his actions ruined the boy's chances. The kind of pressure he exerted neither helps no? hinders. Usually, it is ignored. :nows why some students are accepted and olhers are not. Saddest of all is lhat the kids are aften made to feel like failures if they aren't accepted by the schools their parents prefer. candidate for the altar. And strictly for your information, T.N.T., a man who really IS married " but is not getting along with his wife" is no red-hot * * * DEAR ANN: My wife and I have been married seven years and ar e ready to build a home. My wife's kid brother got out of college recently and is a struggling young architect. He has offered to design our home "as a gift." To put it bluntly I don't care for his ideas. He goes for far-out modern design which leaves me cold. My wife is even more, conservative, but she doesn't know how to turn down her brother's offer. We've managed to steer clear of commitment so far but when- Meanwhile, take comfort in Ihe fact that your son may well be happier, and do better, at the state university (hick lown and all) than he would have done in all that Ivy. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: This is- one for the books. I have heard of married nven lelJing girls they are single but have you ever heard of a single ,man telling a girl he is married? I .met this fellow when I was waiting tables in a respectable cafe. He was a customer. He told you suggest? —VOOM Dear Voom: Unless you or your wife speak up you may wind up living in a house you hate. The brother should be told'.that his offer is generous indeed-but you can't accept t it because-you have some goofy ideas of:'your own which you're sure won't 'be compatible with his. Planning a wedding? Leave nolhing to chance. Ann Landers newest booklet, "The Bride's Guide," has all the answers (from announcing the engagement lo "who pays for what"). To receive your copy, write to Ann Landers in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 35c in coin. (Send your favorite recipe to tti« Cook's Corner. Each recipe which is pu'-'ished will earn a Jl priie for the contributor. Recipes —RUMMAGE SALE, Saturday will be judged on the basis of reader interest cr originality. They ! September 7, Dickcnson Building, mav be taken from • cook book or magazine, but-the source should: by Delta Mu, Chapter of E.S.A. be given and sh-'jld not be a current issue.) —4adv rice nn SPECIAL Pre- School Classes for ages 4 and up Announces Registration Now Open Tap Ballet Toe Modern Jazz NEW Baton Twirling At Grace Ann's your child will bt taught to move well, to be light on her feet, anc feel music dnd work with a group, plus she will develop the inner stability that is the basis ot s all poise and the beginning of all beauty. Dancing will make ths differ- Call BR 6-5245 Hi-Fi Hop * - 7ththru 9th grades ENROLL NOW—OPEN EVENINGS Studio at 1404 N. 3rd Mrs. Don Rodrock Betty Faye Cook bride. She was attired in a blue street-length dress accompanied with white acessories and wore a pink carnation corsage. Darrol Rodrock brother of the bridegroom from Marysville, served as best man. For her informal wedding the bride chose a casual beige sheath accompanied with white accessories. Her corsage was of pink sweetheart roses. Mr. and Mrs. Rodrock will be at home at lllVa W. Hazel. Mrs. Rodrock is a senior at Garden City High School and her husband is employed with Sonita Oil Corp. Bank Files for New Location OSAWATOMIE, Kan. (AP) — The Parker State Bank, located in the northern part of Linn county, has filed an application with the Kansas State Banking Board requesting permission to move the bank to Garnett. Three members of the state board have been named to a committee to investigate the proposal. The members are: L. M. Schwartz, president of the citizens State Bank of Paola, chairman; Hugh T. Jones Jr., chairman of the Bank of Commerce, Chanute, and Floyd Hulchinson, implement dealer of Wamego. Controlling interesl in the 60- year-old bank was sold recently to Jerry Schulle, of Garnetl, and Melyin Schulte, of Kansas Cily, Mo. 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