Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 8, 1964 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, February 8, 1964
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omer i PIZZA BURGERS 1 4 hamburger buns Vo cup chili sauce 1 pound ground beef 1 tablespoon minced onion 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 1 teacooon salt '/i teaspoon oregano 4 slices American cheese cut In U strips Spread each bun with chili sauce. Mix beef with onion, parsley, Bait and orc^ano. Divide in 8 portions. Spread on buns. Place on rack about 3 inches from the broiler unit. Broil about five minutes or until moat is cooked. Top each with two strips of cheese, criss- cros.icd, rct.-rncd to broiler and broil approximately two minutes, watching constantly until cheese melts. Serve at once. , LINDA PATTERSON Kendall (Sand your taverlte recipe to the Ceetr'* Corner, lech recipe which is pu'-'ished will earn a $1 prlte for the contributor. Recipee will be judged on the basis ot reader Interest cr originality. They mav be taken from a cook booh or magaiine, but the source be given and sr tld net be a current issue.I Pierceville News Pierceville Welcomes This Weeks Snow, Rain PIERCEVILLE — Despite the fact it was difficult to get vehicles around over the snowy and slick streets and roads, the snow and rain were welcome and will be a big boost to the thirsty wheat. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Brown and children stopped Friday for a short visit with the Rev. and Mrs. John Aldin and family, on their way home to Denver. Mr. Brown and Mr. Aldin worked together when the Aldins lived 'n Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Beavers, Tommy and Cheryl, were in Medora over the weekend visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Beavers. Poge • Garden rily Telegram Saturday. February 8. 1964 EASY HEARING This man it wearing tho dimmest, lightest eyeglass hearing aid ever made by Sonotona — th* new Modal 75 THINLINE®. Bull* Into tlio fashion-smart tamplat — for both man and woman — it a pow- arful tranilitor hearing aid circuit capable of correcting hearing lonei from moderate to levere. A tiny battery, the slie of a shirt button, dips Into tho tamplo »o power tho circuit. CAUOt VISIT SONOTONE •f WI$TUN KANSAS M 44*41 City, The men of the Pierceville Federated Church report a sue ccssful ground hog supper Sat urday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith children, Dodge City, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snod grass Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Burley am family, II 1 . frjhinson, ware visit ing with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pitt man, and other relatives over the weekend. Floyd Croniii Jr. underwent surgery on his back in Hutchin son Monday morning. H<» is re ported as recovering. Lor an Cronin left last Thurs day night for a six-months stay in the National Guard. Mrs. Jack Morris has been confined to her home for several days nursing a badly spraiued ankle caused from a fall dowj the basement steps of her*home. Your Problems by Ann Landers — Acorn Club Studies Ships Mrs. Jim Sloan was hostess Monday afternoon for 15 members of the Acorn Club at the Luau Inn. "Naming a battleship" was the roll call topic. 'Ships and shipping" was the study lesson. Mrs. Art Fleming gave a paper on "Shipping through the ages." "Newest thing in ships" was told by Mrs. Claude Wright. Highlight was "Hydro/oil" a new ship which travels 100 miles an hour. Luxury liners of France were described by Mrs. W. S. Trebilcock as well as some of the United States liners. Next meeting will be Feb 10 at the Luau Inn which is to be guest day. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a high school senior who always thought marriage was for keeps, or as the vows says, "till death do us part." Alter reading your column for a couple of years, I get Uic impression that "forever" means "until she gets fat or he gets bald or someone more attractive comes along." A girl in our senior class eloped two weeks ago. When I asked her if she was truly in love and was sure her marriage would last she said, "If it doesn't work we can always get a divorce." I would be willing to bet right now that the girl has no intention of spending the rest of her life with the fellow she married. Arc people different today than they were 30 years ago? I would like to know the answer. — DOUBLE O Dear Double O: People are the same — and have been for centuries. Improved U. S. standards of living, however, have had an impact on our standards of morality. The old, dependable guidelines have slipped away. Women work alongside men today as thfy never did before. They make good salaries and hold rcsponsble positions. If the marriage doesn't measure up to the story book version she can tell him to get lost. And more and more BOTH wives and husbands are telling each other to gcr lost. That high school runaway bride will probably be looking for a lawyer within two years. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Two years ago my sister Bertha was in an accident. My wife and I invited her to stay with us until she recovered and could go back to work. We have no children and the spare bedroom was available. Bertha took a full year to recuperate and then went back to work. We have been waiting for tier to leave since January of 1963 We do not mind that she has not paid us one cent in all the time she has been here. Nor do we care that she rarely pitches in and does any housework. All we want is our privacy back. I can't come right out and ask her to leave because she is the type who thinks the whole world is against her. She has two married sons but says she would never live with them because she can't get along with their wives. Please tell me what to do. My wife has been wonderful, but she now has stomach trouble because of this. —FLORIDA HEADACHE Dear Headache: Bertha is going to be'Avith you and your wife for the rest of your lives unless you tell her she must find another place or — better still— until you find another place for her, and help her pack. Only a gutless wander would let his wife get stomach trouble because he can't screw up the courage to tell a barnacle of a sister that a year's free board and bed Is more than enough. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am female, 28, unmarried, gainfully employed and miserable. One day my head aches, the next day I have indigestion and then I break out with hives. It's been this way for 10 years. I am tired of paying medical bills and hearing that I am "not sick." Can you help? — DJS- OUSTED Dear Disgusted: A very wise doctor once said, "If the pains keep travelng from head to stomach to back, to feet, etc. it's best not to waste your money on doctors. The trouble is really be- tween the eyebrows and the hairline." I. suggest that you see a doctor who specializes in your real illness. Ann Landers' frank and informative new book, "Toen-Agers and Sex" is now available at your book store. Arm Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of the Garden City Telegram, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Yov or* welcome ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services" 7.30 ft iVot m.m. IS, School) Th. fUv. H. E. Wright, doctor When you've used canned cherries — the dark sweet ones — and the cherry syrup is left-over, you can use the syrup as part of the liquid in • cherry-flavored gelatin dessert. KINNEY.ILAKE Glass, Inc. FREE Auto Wash wttfc Windsht+ld R«plac*m*itt 1414 1. *»•• M 4.TU1 Glovei, kid one] other leather*, 4, I, 10, 12 and lo button length — tho latter whan you want to bo tho HOST glamorous. Nothing make i you fool 10 elegant at lonf white kid glovoi. Thoro U black too. Nylon, la lent a«e) inert length*, colon and bleed and white ana] baige. Spring color* ore candy iwoot. Irm-Acc0iiort«i CANDIES FANCY SATIN HEARTS $3.35 to $10.00 FRIDAY FEB. 14th Valentine'! Day ASSORTED CHOCOLATES lib. box 2lb. box $1.60 3.15 RED FOIL HEARTS 51/2oz. 800 1 Ib. $2.10 13/4lb. 3.40 WE FEATURE A CQMPLKT* UNE Of ONLY THE FINE»T FOR OVER FORTY YEAR6 Nt.1

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