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   Jefferson City Post-Tribune (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Jefferson City, Missouri                                POSTTRIBUNg CHy Mo Tuesday Afternoon May 23 Sue Norfleet Womens Page Editor or women Music Club coffee Among the special guests at the Morning Music Club May Day coffee last week were from left Mrs Warren E Hearnes Dr Merle Montgomerynational president of the National Federation of Miisic Clubs Mrs Forrest Smith and Miss Mary Elisabeth Baker News Tribune photo Music Club hosts annual May coffee A special guest at the Morning Music Clubs May Day coffeelast week was Dr Merle Montgomery New Y6rk City N Y Dr Mon tgomery is currently as president of the National Federation of Music Clubs She was a guest of Mrs Dean Wilson whois a Missouri representative on the National Federation Board The coffee was held at the home of Mrs R AY Bryant with members of the governingboard as assisting hostesses Assisting Mrs Bryant in serving were Governors wives who are past and present honorary presidents of the club Mrs Forrest Smith Mrs Warren E Hearnes and Miss Mary Elisabeth Baker daughter of past honor president Mrs Sam Baker During the business session Mrs C Stuart Exon president an nounced that the club received a blue ribbon for the best program in the state and an honorable mention for their National Achievement Rating Sheet or brideselect Susie Branum Miss Susie Branum was onored with a bridal shower o s t e d by Mrs Greg Assisting were Mrs lichard Branum Mrs Ken and Miss Carol Game prize winners were liss Barbara Schmitz Mrs rancis Wildhaber and Mrs ichard Branum Mrs Ralph Branum mother f the brideelect and Mrs iam Moody mother of the ature groom presided at the erving table Miss Branum and Michael loody will be married June at St Peters Church Diane Case Mrs Dale Shikles hosted a ersonal bridal shower for liss Diane Case Prizes were awarded to frs David Boss Miss Sandy ase Miss Pam Morris and 4e honoree Mrs Clifford Case mother f the brideelect and Mrs hjklcs served Miss Case and Otto ildebrand will be married une 24 at Hickory Hill aptist Church wen didnt come from 29 E High 6357108 Diane Martin Miss Diane Martin was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower hosted by Ruth Ann Martin and Mary Kay Schaefer The party was held at the home of Mrs Ray Martin 2402 Old St Louis Rd Game prizes were won by Mrs Wayne Mrs Ray Martin Mrs William Niekamp Mrs Cecilia Tappel andRose Manes Mrs Helen Bryant received the door prize Assisting with serving Mrs Ray Martin mother of the brideelect and Mrs Gilbert Stoessner moth er of the future groom Miss Martin and William Stroessner will be married June 25 at Immaculate Conception Church Jo Ann Yetter Miss Jo Ann Vetter was guest of honor at a bridal shower hosted by Mrs David Jones and Mrs Toby Schmitz Game prizes were won by Mrs Paul Pope Mrs Leo Schwaller MrsJ Alfred Sch mitz Mrs Anna M a y n e s Mrs Frank Schmitz and the honoree Miss Vetter and Rick Scheidt will be married Satur day at Immaculate tion Church Births Daughter to Mr and Mrs Danny Schmidt Tipton Monday at St Marya Hospital Son to Mr and Mrs Ken n e t h Meyer Camdenton M o n d a y at St Maryi Hospital SEE US FOR ALL YOUR WEDDING SUPPLIES Wedding Invitations Wedding Guest Boeka Cake Tops Covet Cups White Bibles Tissue Bells Colon Thank You Note HIGH STM Kliethermes couple observes 35th anniversary Mr and Mrs A Kliethermes were honored recently with a dinner at Westgate Restaurant in ob servance of their 35th wedding anniversary They were married May 18 1937 at Immaculate v Conception Church Attending were the couples children Mr and Mrs Dale Kliethermes and Mrs Bob Kliethermes Mr and Mrs Mike Dorge Mr and Mrs Tom Kelithermes Jim Kliethermes and Ronnie Kliethermes One other son Richard Kliethermes was un able to attend After the dinner Mr and Mrs Dale Kliethermes Schott Road hosted an informal evening at their home Mr and Mrs Kliethermes also have six grandchildren Medical Auxiliary installs new officers the Auxiliary to the Cole County Medical Society held its spring luncheon Friday at the home of Mrs Fred Handler Hostesses were the retiring officers Mrs Fred Handler Mrs Harold Robb Mrs Kenneth Siu Mrs John K Wallace and Mrs William Cox The newlyinstalled officers for 197273 are Mrs Harold Robb president Mrs David Scott president elect Mrs Matthew Doyle secretary and Mrs Edwin Bowe treasurer The group decided to continue their theme of in dividual involvement in the health needs of the com munity Attends graduation Mr and Mrsl Paul Berry 115 E Circle Dr attended graduation ceremonies Sun day at Central Missouri State College Warrensubrg where their son Tom received his BS degree in business ad ministration FAMILY STYLE DINNERS AT WESTPHALIA INN WestphaHa With Without Reservation 4559SS1 WASHINGTON AP When in doubt use Ms Thats the philosophy of an increasing number of govern ment workers when they need to refer to worn en in cor re spondence and other official documents A survey of more than a dozen government depart ments and agencies indicated no official policy exists on the use or nonuse of the title which some womens rights organizations have proposed as a substitute for the titles Miss and Mrs Most those interviewed expressed the view of Pen t a g o n spokesman John Becker who said We have no objection to Ms But in routine correspondence we use Miss or Mrsaccording to our policy book However if a woman signs herself Ms in a letter we address her that way in the reply Those government workers who do use Ms regularly say it simplifies record keeping saves time and avoids embarrassing mistakes For one thingits efficient when you make lists said Rossiyn Kleenan at the Department of Health Education and Welfare It saves so much time and the time saves money We use it in our office automatically M s Kleeman acting director of HEWs Action Program personally prefers the new title She said it eliminates the possibility of discrimination against married women We dont ask men if theyre married or plan to raise families she said So why should we ask women Several personnel directors said it is often necessary for insurance purposes to know if an employe is married and has dependents but that for divorced women the title can be misleading At the White House there appears to be some debate about whether Ms is ap propriate Barbara Franklin whos in charge of recruiting women for top government positions said she uses it Roland Elliott who handles the Presidents correspondence said he uses it if a woman signs herself that way But a member of the first ladys staff Gwen King said we certainly dont do it in Mrs Nixons correspondence We have ways of finding out whether a woman is married or not Mrs King said sheasked Mrs Nixon who told her to continue as we have been go ing Well keep in the same groove Mrs King noted that not ev ery woman wants to be ad dressed as Ms For example a Connecticut woman addressed a letter to HEWs Miss Kleeman who is actually a Mrs to complain that she must be illiterate Thimble and spool Its been a busy season but dont panic when a club luncheon is coming up Just whip up this cleancut classic with turtleneck and tabs Printed Pattern 9345 NEW Misses Sizes 8 10 12 14 IS 18 Size 12 bust 34 dress 2V4 yards 45inch SEVENTYFIVE CENTS for each pattern add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling Send to Marian Martin News Tribune Co Pattern Dept 232 West 18lh St New York N Y I001I Print NAME AD DRESS with ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER SEE MORE Spring Fashions and choose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog All sizes Only 50 cents INSTANT SEWING BOOK sew today wear tomorrow S1 INSTANT FASHION BOOK Hundreds of fashion facts 5 visit rn Club members gardens of interest Members of the Hawthorn Garden Club toured Monday en their annual spring tour The tour began at the of Mrs Walter Schroeder where medicinal seasoning and fragrant herbs are grown in a setting reminiscent of small enclosed areas in the New Orleans French Quarter Ivy surrounds the patio with herht planted in in teresting rock formation beds Roses are featuredia the garden of Mrs E C L Wagner Her giant lavendar rhododendrons also were in bloom T A continual blooming bed of spring and summer flowers currently featuring pansies greeted Jthe guests at Mrs Claude Bartletts formal landscaped garden The patio is shaded by hickory and walnut trees Garden atatuary is placed among blooming white geraniums and with holly used in foundation plantings Vernon Bennett has planted everything from Buttercrunch Bibb lettuce to Jalepino peppers in the vegetable garden which is carefully mulchea to retain moisture An acre of ground is used for dwarf apple peach and apricot trees An experimental plan of using black plastic sheeting spray coated with aluminum paint as mulching is used ia his melon patch The plot located in the orchard and is designed to weep down weeds and conserve moisture Guests rgistered homes in books f Mrs Carl Bosch The tour ended at the home of Mrs Phil A Dallmeyer Jr were the garden of her eight yearold son Steve was on Hosts to tour Mr and Mrs Vernon Bennett opened their vegetable garden and orchard Monday for a Hawthorn GardenCluS A display Steve is a member pf the Junior Gardeners group and maintains a variety of flowers vegetables and herbs in brickenclosed flower beds surrounding two patios on levels Following the tour Mrs Dallmeyer was hostess to a tea Arrangements for the tea were made by Mrs J R spring tour The club also toured four other Jefferson City gardens News Tribune photo and Mrs Alden Mrs D Keller president poured and Mrs Thomas E Whitecotton Mrs Richard Nacy Mrs Charles AUwatay Mrs Bartlett Mrs A L Flowers Mrs H I Har alsonand Mrs Stockard as sisted generally Blue ribbons were awarded to the persons who showed their gardens They met the requirements in their category according to the standards for landscape designs of the Na tional Council of Federated GardenClubs Judges were Mrs C W Thomas Tipton Mrs Lee Edwards Columbia and Miss Bonnie Mae Dunlap Jefferson City All are accredited flower show judges Ann Landers says test vaue For a quick jump into summer sew this smboth gliding jumper with deep V neck and sides Exciting with blouse Printed Pattern 9031 Jr Miss Sizes 9 11 13 Misses 10 12 14 16 18 Size 14 bust 34 jumper 1 yards 45inch blouse 1 yards SEVENTYFIVE CENTS for each pattern add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling Send to Marian Martin News Tribune Co Pattern Dept 232 West 18th St New York N Y i 10011 Print NAME AD DRESS with ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER SEE MORE Spring Fashions and choose one pattern free from Spring Summer Catalog All sizes Only 50 cents 1 INSTANT SEWING BOOK sew today wear tomorrow 1 INSTANT FASHION BOOK Hundreds of fashion i facts Dear Ann Landers Oc casionally you print a DoIt Yourself Test I ran into good one last week A friend sent it I was resentful at first but now I realize he was trying to tell me something Please print it The Am I in trouble Teat f I Alcohol is an addictive drug True Or False v 2 As few two drinks a day can lead to alcoholism True Or False I 3 The attitude of a drinker is as important as the amount he drinks True Or Falsa 4 Some people can handle a quart a day and live c normal life True Or False 5 Moderate drinking will eventually cause physical damage True Or False 6 Most older people should cut back on alcohol True Or False 7 Women cant hold their liquor as well as men True or False 8 Vodka and gin do not produce hangovers True Or False 9 Drinking on an empty stomach makes you drunker True Or False 10 A person who drinks only wine or beer will not become an alcoholic True Or False 11 A person who is drunk behaves more like his real self True Or False 12 The ideal arrangement for an alcoholic is to his limit at one or two drinks rather than try for total ab stinence He will then feel as if he is in control of himself and less deprived True Or False The answers are as follows 1 True Alcohol ia an addictive drug 2 True For some people But the real question is not how much a person drinks but how much he depends on it 3 True Too many people fail to recognize the im portance of their attitude toward drinking This is what separates the social drinker from the alcoholic When drinking becomes part of a persons lifestyle he is in trouble 4 False Heavy drinkers no matter how normal they Duplicate bridge winners named Mr and Mrs Leonard Bode led the scoring for Highway Duplicate Bridge for north south with a score of 70 First for eastwest was held by Mrs Dorothy Johnson and Kathryn Huegel with 58 Second for northsouth went to Herbert Ault and Clarence Cain with Mrs Eileen Johnson and Miss Pearl Mosely were second for east west with Third for northsouth was held by Dan Steele and Larry Diehl with 45 Third for east west were Mr and Mrs Roy Coplen with 50 The average score was 50 Rhapsodic Junior Music Club meets The Rhapsodic Junior Music Club held its May meeting at the home of Mr and Mrs Bernard Kempker Pam Kempker gave the program on Chopin Plans were made for the club picnic and senior graduation The next meeting i will be at the dementi Farm in Henley See Our LAWN PATIO FURNITURE MHO H WALZ INC City seem are not normal Some people can hold a great deal of alcohol and not show it but they cant fool their in ternal organs 5 False Moderate drinking will probably cause no even over a lifetime The problem lies in the interpretation of the word moderate 6 True A heavy drinker who is past 35 wont be able to handle alcohol as well over Bescheinens have anniversary Mr and Mrs Hubert Bescheinen attended a mass o thanksgiving in there honor Friday at Immaculate Con ception Church Loose Creek to celebrate their 25th wed ding anniversary Mr and Mrs Bescheinen were married May 20 1947 Their attendants were Mrs Clara Backes and Vincent Backes Mr and Mrs Bescheinen have three children Mrs Larry Carwile Marvin B c s c h e i n e n and Steven Bescheinen VISIT THE MENS SHOP J 1933 W Main Gifts of distinclion for the Graduate and Fathers Day the next 35 years he lasts that long 7 True Women generally weigh less than men The less a person weighs the more quickly his body is affected by alcohol 8 False This is a lot of malarky S True Fooa cushions the effects of alcohol by slowing down the rate at which itis absorbed by the body 10 False See statement in response to Number 8 11 False Alcohol releases the inhibitions and exposes the unguarded primitive man This does not mean it is his real self but rather his uncivilized crude self 12 False An alcoholic should not have even one drop of alcohol Daily Reader Dear Reader In my opinion the most valuable part of the test is the Last sentence in the response to the third question Its worth going back to and reading again HANDMADE CHINESE RUGS Beautiful Colors Close Out Sale while a few of the following last 50 CLOSE OUT SALE 9xl2tog Sale Rackers Baclesse 414 W DUNKL1N 6359237   

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