Nevada State Journal Newspaper Archives Jun 17 1959, Page 12

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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - June 17, 1959, Reno, Nevada Evening Gazette june 17, 1959 take your pick when you Are offering cheese with fresh fruit have two Varie ties one a mild cheese such As Cream cheese or Edam another a Strong cheese such As Roque fort or Camembert. Better appearance you hear belter look belter with Maico hearing stat i because Al their advanced de sign. An entire Maico Aid Battery and All fill into a Tingle slim Bow. These boat Are tender they look your regular Glatie. Available in Choice of Colon. Us Mylan s make hearing cent to a 2-4646 pm. Lot Medico dental bldg. June meeting held by club Elderberry club met at the Home of mrs. Minnie Bigham with mrs. Pearl Varnum As co hostess. Following the dessert luncheon mrs. Pauline Savage presided during the regular business ses Sion. The club voted to pay for one unit in the Sierra Homes inc., Home Lor the non indigent elder. A donation toward the Silver Dol Lar gift honouring the 104th birth Day of mrs. Joseph Fulstone who is a member of the club was made by members. Mrs. Estelle Fulton will Cele brate her 95th birthday this month and members have planned a sur prise for her. Humorous readings were Given by mrs. Bigham during the social hour. Rebekah plan picnic meeting Nevada Rebekah Circle met at Odd Fellows Hall with mrs. Otto Steinheimer jr., presiding. Announced during the business ses Sion was the annual picnic of the Circle scheduled Lor wednesday june 24 at 12 noon. Members were asked to bring their own dishes and table settings. Refreshments were served Fol lowing the meeting and card games were played during the afternoon. Piano recital a piano recital was Given by the pupils of mrs. Catharine f. Grae Ter at her Home in Reno last Sun Day. Solo numbers were played by mrs. Feliza Devera Arlene Ana cabe William Hays Carol Hood Steven Hays Louise Fletcher and Susette Fletcher. Clearance clearance on All shrubs Flowers and Trees Hal Pensis Pines and Many others i shrubs just say charge it on Sean revolving charge Alto can Uttz Juit regular charge account advice from Rann Landers Brace father for the Jolt dear Ann Landers our 15-year old daughter is up in her room crying. Her dad said she could t go to the de Molay dance unless he drove her and her Date to and from the Hall. My husband has a deadly fear of teenagers in automobiles. Whenever there s a picture in the newspaper of a horrible Accident he Calls it to her attention. Linda says she d rather not go than agree to such conditions. Her Date Lor the dance is 17. He has a Driver s License and is a Fine boy. He does t own a car but drives the family Sedan once a week. So far As i know he s never had an Accident or a ticket for a moving violation. Please Ann can you say some thing on this vital dear mom there s As much difference Between teenagers As varieties of fish in the sea. Some teenagers Are expert Drivers and i d rather get into a car with one of them than my 73-year-old Uncle who has no vision in one Eye and a dead Battery in his hearing lid. Your husband must one Day Trust someone with the safety of his precious daughter so he might As Well Brace himself for the Jolt. No 17-year-old boy in his right mind would let his Date s father drive him to and from a dance. Such a stipulation will Only make it rough on Linda. I suggest dad Check on the driving record of the individual and not bum rap All teenage boys and Label them monsters of the should. Do your wife a big favor and Tell her frankly that she should t sing for mends unless they beg her. Dear Ann do you think parents owe it to their children to make a will which leaves an equal amount to All one of our sons went Over to his in Law s Side the Day he got married. His wife never cared for us and she let us know it in Many ways. Although they live right in this City we never see or hear from them unless someone in the fam ily gets married or Dies. This has been going on Lor 11 years. We Are not the Type of people to push ourselves so i stopped inviting them Over when they refused three sunday invitations in a Row. Now my husband and i Are in our late 60 s and thinking about making a will. Do you feel this son is entitled to share equally with his Brothers and Sisters who have always treated us Well we Are not millionaires but we own Good property and there s More there than any of them shunned parents dear shunned parents do not owe their children an inherit Ance. There s something in the sible about throwing pearls be fore Swine. Look it up. Dear Ann my wife thinks she can sing. She took a few lessons before we married but i can t see that they did her any Good. I m perfectly willing to have her sing around the House but when she takes her music to the Homes of friends i think this is going too far. Last week she put on an unsolicited Musicale at the Home of a fellow i work with. Their dog started to cry and it sounded sort of like a duet. Everyone laughed. It was funny but she did t see the humor. She insisted that the be taken out of the room and then she went on for another half hour. I m afraid she s going to keep on singing unless i Tell her she s imposing on people. I hate to Hurt her feelings. We be been married less than a year. What do you the things our Best friends von t Tell close relative Are you tempted to smoke be cause the crowd does if so Send for Ann Landers new Booklet teenage enclosing with your request 10 cents in Coin and a Large self addressed stamped envelope. Assorted Trees 215 n. Sierra 2-9481 hours to keep and use the entertainment Section see it in the Reno evening Gazette fridays and the Nevada state journal saturdays a july wedding is plan Ned by miss Lou Tayrie Bur roughs and Donald h. Hughes. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Henry w. Burroughs of Reno and attended Reno High school. Or. Hughes is the son of or. And mrs. Henry Hughes jr., of union1,. And is now stationed at Stead air Force base. The ceremony is set for july 11 at the Church of latter Day saints. Student Home Don Bernard University of Den ver student is spending the sum Mer months in Carson with his parents or. And mrs. A. E. Ber Nard. He is a University of Nevada graduate. Entertain guests guests of or. And mrs. A. E. Bernard of Carson last weekend vere or. And mrs. Sam Hicks and their family of Temecula they wore in route to Paradise Calif., where or. Hicks is engaged in business. For father s Day the Barc Lounger is a to tally different kind of chair. When you lean Back it Irani Back with you. Just 1 5 minutes in the fully reclined position sunday june 21 Ilowit frown Marci your cart t Job easier. At you relax tension and fatigue slip away. Relieves tension and fatigue Many new Stylet coven and Colon to choose from Termi if desired visit us today phone a 3-7452 Beemont Humpherys 1039 St Reho Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped self addressed envelope social Calendar thursday Iso to 11 games cards refreshments thursday june 16. Embassy Bridge Center 124 wonder si., Acyl franchised open session duplicate thursday june 18. Reno business and professional women s club meet lust Lee court thursday june 18. 7 to Myca Hobby and Craft class thursday june 18. Reno Assembly no. 1, order of rain Bow for girls masonic Temple 7 thursday june 18. Returns from visit mrs. John e. Beaupeurt returned recently from a Short list with her son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Beaupeurt and her grand daughter Susan Sherry at san Diego Calif. Or. Beaupeurt is connected with the san Diego downtown association. For rent single rooms and suites heat lights air conditioning janitor and ele Vator service included. Downtown location. A 2-2821. The Standard of the world in practicality thousands of motorists have been tempted by Cadillac s Beauty and then have discovered to their great Delight that the final decision can be made on the basis of purely practical considerations. For a Brief examination of the facts reveals some amazing information about Cadillac s remarkable value. So if Ami have been tempted by Cadillac visit with your dealer soon. We think that you too will be persuaded by the great car s Economy. Iii visit your local Avob oried Cadillac dealer Scott motor company 308 South Sierra St. Mccaslin lumber co. Father s Day open All Day saturdays new no. 14 Speedway Orbital Sander lotto s cheapest Vaiuli powered by a reel electric tool rotary Type motor. And priced in the same Range with magnetic Type shimmy action Landers. Ideal for tape sanding smoothing Platter Wood and Metal surfaces Etc. Refinish Furni tit. Restore Antiques. New no. 10 Speedway midget Drill built 10 professional standards Smollett lightest easiest to uie elec tric Drill on Hie Market. Store easily in your Kitchen Cabinet drawer ready for instant use on Home chores. Die Cait aluminium housings heat treated steel gears end Ottier lures usually found Only in the most expensive drills. Speedway Jig saw except Lonal ulus in a Low priced Jit saw powerful acc motor push through slide twitch Large with Mai. Warye u45c with tilt adjustment for Oitt no. All 45 to 90. Large ventilating slots for Cool running solid bakelite Knob handle. Cuts Wood to 2" thick list for straight or turned culling in pin the plywood Etc. 1788 h88 1988 electric soldering gun Reg. 7.95 skill saw 588 3595 key Hole saw 235 your choke father s Day specials hang it on pegboard the handiest thing you could have in Kitchen or workshop. Com plete line of fittings. Pine shelving fix up that needed extra Tor Aga tfx ice now with hit Low priced shelving. Open saturday All Day member of the Home builders association no Down payment on Mccaslin s easy budget terms open All Day saturday i easy parking Mccaslin lumber company 401 East sixth St

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