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   Jefferson City Post-Tribune (Newspaper) - June 7, 1973, Jefferson City, Missouri                              Ann Landers says Likes bis nose POST TMMINf Jttfmwi CHy Thmfcy JMM 7 Ifll amen Mrs Sue Norfleet Womens Page Editor Auxiliary awards nursing scholarships Mrs Hinry Bruce Jones Johnson Jones exchange vows Miss Fawn Elaine Johnson arid Harry Bruce Jones were Saturday in a 2 pm ceVemony at the First United Methodist Church of Jefferson City The honorable James Spainhower officiated at the double ring service The bride is the daughter of and Mrs Robert C John lion 201 City View Dr The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Glenn E Jones Bulpitt 111 Given in marriage by her parents the bride wore a gown of organza over peau de The scoop neckline sleeves bodice and skirt were trimmed in triple embroidered Swiss lace Her veil was secured to a cap of matching lace Miss Rebecca Ann Johnson Jefferson City sister of the bride was maid of honor Bridesmaids were Miss Nancy Rpdie Terra Haute Ind and Miss Ellen Rolf St Louis They wore multicolor pastel floral flocked empire gowns John W Jones Bulpitt 111 served as his brothers best man Groomsmen were Thomas Boerio Jr Kincaid ni cousin of the groom and Jay W Johnson Jefferson City brother of the bride Jay Johnson and John Jones served as ushers The reception was held at Ramada Inn Miss Karen Margulis attended the guest book Miss Debbie Miller assisted at the gift table Assisting generally were Mrs Tom Barker Miss Jackie Fechtel and Miss Linda Cham plain After their wedding trip the couple will reside at Decatur 111 The bride is a 1967 graduate of Jefferson City Senior High School She attended the University of Missouri and graduated June 2 from Barnes Hospital School of Nursing She will attend Millikin University in Decatur The groom is a 1967 graduate of South Forcks Community High School He attended Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and graduated in 1972 from St Louis College of Pharmacy He is assistant manager of Thrifty Drug Store in Decatur The grooms parents enter tained May 26 at Viets Restaurant with a rehearsal dinner to honor the couple Scholarships to the Lincoln University Associate Arts Degree in Nursing Program were awarded at a recent meeting of the St Marys Health Center Auxiliary board Receiving scholarships are Miss Patricia Kanatzar a 1972 graduate of Sturgeon High School Miss Glenna Oid tman a 1973 graduate of Helias High School and Miss Dorothy Frank a 1973 graduate of Blair Oaks High School Mrs Mary Kaiser chair man of the scholarship com mittee reported that Timothy Samson and Miss Margie Brandt will graduate from the University this year with their AA degrees in nursing William Stephens and Dan Grefrath will enter their third semester in the program next fall These students have received scholarships in the past It was reported that the Auxiliary served a total of 1155 volunteer hours at the health center during May New members during May include one life member Mrs Joe Gerbes and six regular members Mrs Harold Westhues Mrs Ernie Hat field Mrs Burke Jameson Mrs John A Holm Mrs Gasper Scuderi and Mrs Lee Murphy Thimble and Spool r The entire family will be1 of you and this quilt One block makes a beautiful show pillow Field of Daisies quilt adds a delightful touch to bedrooms Pattern charts patch patterns single double size SEVENTYFIVE CENTS for each pattern add 25 cen ts for each pattern for Air Mail Special Handling Send to Alice Brooks News Tribune Co 181 Needlecraft Dept Box 163 Old Chelsea Station fNew York NY 10011 Print Name Address Zip Pattern Number Double your impact with this light quickcrochet set Strike a match whip up pineapple headband and lacy shrink to top off everything Crochet in cool pastels or sun ny colors Pattern 7357 sizes 818 included OFFICE SUPPLIES Mrs S W OBrien tribute Fund chairman reported the following donors to the fund Mrs Louise Dampf Mrs R P Davis Mr and Mrs Henry LePage Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel Mr and Mrs John Scruggs Mr and Mrs Ed Kaiser Dr and Mrs Julian Ossman Mr and Mrs Joe Ihler Mrs Clem Dulle Citizens Advisory Board of St Marys Health Center Rosan naVilm Mr and Mrs Ralph Rockelman Libby Tihen Mr and Mrs S W OBrien Mr and Mrs John Sturm Mrs Elsie Pecher Imeda Moerschel Mrs John Freeman Mr and Mrs William Stout and family Mrs Arnold Gould Mrs Bonnie Campbell Mr and Mrs Haskell Holman Mrs Mary Ann Dulle Paul V Dulle III Mr and Mrs Alvih Talken Mr and Mrs Tony Jurgensmeyer Miss Aharon Champlain Dr Fred J Happy Mr and Mrs Ray Brandel Mr and Mrs Fred N Raithel Mrs Hildegarde Schulte and Mrs Vinita Lindley Final plans for the St Marys Ice Cream Festival and bazaar were made The annual event will be held Friday from 10 am to 9 pm at the hospital grounds Dear Ann Landers You must be kidding Your advice to Father Nose Best could have been a lot better I have a large nose with a definite hook in it and the darned thing is beautiful I can smell with blow it scratch it and twitch it when I want to amuse my wife I can turn it up when I want to show disdain I can turn it down when I want to appear dejected I can look down it when I feel the need to appear superior Actually on those occasions I feel inferior My nose is the first thing people see and it is I am sure a cause for wonderment Sometimes they even laugh Let them I dont care God made me in His image and I have no complaints If that teenage boy wants to have his nose altered for reasons of vanity I say he should go ahead and do it But if he is having social problems and blaming it on his nose plastic surgery will be a waste of money Real folks dont care about the length breadth or shape of a nose We all know people who are impressed with good looks and will put up with anything if a gal is gorgeous or a guy is handsome These flakes arent worth bothering with much less having an operation for So tell it like it is Ann Best Dear ANB I try to but sometimes a reader comes along and does it a lot better Like now And I thank you Cyrano Dear Ann Landers That let ter signed 102PerCent Mom made me 102 per cent sick What right have parents to get mad when their children are not included in every invitation A bride has the privilege of deciding whether or not she wants to have kids at her wedding Ive had firsthand experien ce with some of those little Omega marathon winners named Mrs Vincent hosts Jaycee Jills meeting Members of the Jaycee Jills met Tuesday at the home of Mrs Greg Vincent for a casual dinner meeting Mrs Stan Hall president conducted the business session and led the invocation Mrs Denny Bond led the pledge of allegiance The meeting was a member ship drive with 33 members attending Four guests from Interfaith Camp committe meets The Interfaith Day Camp Steering Committee met recently at the home of Mrs Larry Wheeles Committee reports were made on recruit ment enrollment food and transportation Interfaith Day Camp is sponsored by local churches It gives children who might not otherwise be able to attend camp the opportunity to have a week of camp activities This year the camp will be held from Aug 6 to 10 at Bin der Park Directors will be Mrs Wheeles and the Rev Michael Quinn Members of the committee and the churches they represent are Mrs Edgar Schedler St Johns Lutheran Church chairman Mrs G H Turner Trinity Lutheran Church secretary Mrs Marvin Gillock United Church of Christ treasurer Irma Canada First Christian Chur ch Mrs John Cooley Immaculate Conception Chur ch Mrs George Cunningham Community Christian Church Mrs Elmer Jackson Second Baptist Church Peggy Keilholz St Josephs Church Mrs Gerald Massie First Presbyterian California Mo were Mrs Gloria Imhoff Mrs Bonnie Fulks Mrs Doris Butts and Mrs LaDonna DeLong New members of the are Mrs Jerry Sailors Mrs Ron Hunt and Mrs Sherry Ander son Mrs Bruce Marten received the hostess prize The friend ship prize was won by Mrs Greg Vincent The next board meeting will be held June 21 at the home of Mrs Vincent The next general membership meeting will be at pm on July 3 with Mrs John Haralson Piano students give recital Mrs Robert Cross and Mrs Graham Williams recently presented their piano students in a series of spring recitals Students participating in the events included Carolyn Calvert Steven Riley Janet Mullinax Vicki Haworth Lori Heidbreder James Haworth Mike Shockley Philip Jackson Melissa Steen bergen Denise Riley Bundy Gann Julie Lipe Kara Heidbreder Susie McDowell Robin Sankpill Mike Steenbergen Susan Small Mark Cook Joy Stock Elizabeth Ann Holt Beth Baker Ann Peters Karen Obermiller Keith Hale Donamarie Minor Jim Lit tle Ralph Bradley Mary Jo Newborn Julie Kerns Susie Little Tom Wright Holly Ver million Glenna Williams Eleanor Danforth Cyndi Reine Lynn Rowden Jan Nelson Greg Fuller Beth Wright Lori Garnett Kathy Lamar Pam Smelser and Brenda Medlen Winners in the Omega Bridge Marathon were announced at a bridge party Tuesday at the Missouri Elec tric Coop Hostesses were Mrs Jim Conley and Mrs Otis Baker this years chairmen Mrs Gregory Eskijian Omega Club president presented the following awar ds Mrs Ed Storey and Mrs Jeremiah Finnigan first Mrs Bill Dallmeyer and Mrs Charles Prather second place Mrs Otis Baker and Mrs Gordon Kutscher third Mrs Dan Young and Mrs Conley fourth Mrs Charles George and Mrs Wilbert Grannemann fifth Mrs Jerry Bolin and Mrs Larry Butcher sixth Mrs Stanley Johnson and Mrs Sorority committee attends luncheon Wilma Hawkins was hostess to a luncheon Saturday at her home Lake Ozark Guests were executive committee members of Tau Chapter Delta Kappa Gamma Society Jefferson City members of the committee are Mrs Irene Ayres Mrs Katherine Guyot Mrs Mildred Hager Miss Housman Mrs Patricia Jones Mrs Wilma Link and Mrs Claire Rosenhan Visit Our Mens Shop Unusual items geortd especially for the man Halls Pharmacy Richard Young seventh Mrs Charles Fibbe and Mrs Richard Hyleck eighth Mrs Edwin Bode and Mrs James Davis ninth Mrs R G Palmer and Mrs Wallace Burns tenth Four couples were recog nized for bidding and making grand slams They are Mrs Dan Young and Mrs Conley Mrs Fibbe and Mrs Hyleck Mrs Louis Garber and Mrs Eriine Chiles Mrs John Metz and Mrs Larry Siebert Mrs Mark Cordell and Mrs Ed Messerly will be chairmen for next years marathon Winners for bridge during the evening were Mrs Conley Mrs Bode Mrs Thomas Luehr and Mrs R Z Jeffrey Births Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Gibson 512 E Capitol Ave Wednesday at St Marys Health Center Son to Mr Richard Scott 202 E Franklin St Wednesday at St Marys Health Center Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Logsdon Holts Summit Wednesday at St Marys Health Center Son to Mr and Mrs Jerry Iven Highway 50 West Wed nesday at St Marys Health Center terrors described by their parents as full of pep and normally active And Ive seen young children ruin a ceremony and dismantle a buffet table in three minutes flat They slide and fall on the dance floor yell and fight and pester the musicians Nothing makes people so made as when you criticize their children so youll probably get a lot of flak from readers who think youre a mean old lady But I had to write and say Im on your side Annie Let Em Stay Home Dtar UtEm Youdbt tur priMd at how many parents are on OUR sioVt and wrote to My so Thanks for the assist Dear Ann Landers Im a 42yearold career woman not a giddy teenager or a desperate widow so please keep this in mind when you answer The man I am dating asked me what I wanted for my bir thday I said Id like to think about it Then he added Lets put a ceiling on I was stunned Now I wonder if he thinks Im a golddigger or if hes had some bad experiences with aquisitive females Or can it be that he is just plain stingy Whats your best guesstimate Ann No Shrewdy In Shreveport sounds practical businessman who has tamed that its better to prevent a problem than let it happen and then try to fix it His approach might be somewhat unroman tic but its straight and honorable and I see nothing to criticize Steak Garnish 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