The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 10, 1961 · Page 7
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Ann Landers Let The Woman Know You Know Dear Ann Landers: Recently a friend had a small party at her home. The women put their gloves, purses, and stoles in the bedroom. When I got home I noticed a lovely handkerchief was missing from my purse. Then I discovered that a $10 bill was also missing. The next morning one of the other guests phoned to say she had lost her coin purse that night and asked me to look in sur car because we had driven her,, over. Later in the day I re- ANN ceived a phone call from another guest who asked if I had missed anything after the party. I was stunned and asked how she knew. She said she has been suspicious of Mrs. X. for a long time so she followed her when she left the living room. She saw her ransack the purses. The question is, shall we tell Mrs. X's husband? He works with our husbands and perhaps he ought to know.—QUANDARY Dear Quandary: Don't tell her husband — tell her. The woman may be a kleptomaniac (not the same as a thief) but it is not up to you to make the diagnosis. Let her know that you know— and then forget it. Dear Ann Landers: My girl friend wears that silvery kind of nail polish and matching lipstick and I hate it. To me it looks like the paint they put on kootch dancers so they'll glow in the dark. I've told her how I feel about this but she claims a girl should | not allow her boy friend to infringe on her private rights or she will be pushed around forever. I'm not trying to push her around, I just want her to look like a lady. We've been going steady for over a year and I plan to give her a ring for her birthday. If you tell me I'm out of order I'll never mention it again. Please print this in the paper because we have a bet on your answer.—DUKE Dear Duke: Fads in cosmetics come and go. It's foolish to attach BO much importance to a passing fancy. The smart woman lets her man win the little ones — and this one is plenty little. Since you obviously have such a strong aversion to frosted polish and lipstick, she would be wise to select something else. Dear Ann Landers: I'm 30, attractive, and married to a nice, boring guy. We have four beautiful children. The problem is Mac — my husband's brother. I'm in love with him. Mac is three years younger than I am and has never been married. If I had met Mac before I married Tex it would have been him and me. Mac lives with his mother. She and I hit it off swell together. I've never told her (or anyone else) about how Mac and I feel, but I'm sure she'd be for us. I have no real grounds for divorce and I can't even 'think of any that would hold up in court. If they would add boredom as grounds it would release a lot of people from dull lives. Please tell me, And, how can I get out of my marriage gracefully?—HIGH WALLS Dear High: Sorry, but I know of no way that a mother of four can gracefully dump her husband and marry Uncle Mac. Had you married Mac instead of Tex, you'd probably be writing to ask me how to unload him so you could marry his older brother. The grass on the other side of the fence always looks greener — perhaps because somebody else has to take care of it. The girl has written a book. The girl is Ann Landers. The Publisher is Prentice-Hall. The book is called "Since You Ask Me." Cooking's Fun LUNCHBOX SPECIAL A simple crisp cookie with hint of orange and cloves. Salmon Sandwich Hard-cooked Egg Carrot Sticks Red Apple Beverage Emmie's Cookies EMMIE'S COOKIES 3 cups sifted flour 2 teaspoons baking powder Vi teaspoon salt Va teaspoon ground cloves 2-3 cup butter or margarine 1-3 cups sugar 2 eggs 2 tablespoons frozen orange juice (undiluted) Sift together the flour, bakin x>wder, salt and cloves. Cream utter and sugar; beat in eggs loroughly, one at a time. Beat i orange juice. Gradually stir in our until combined. Chill thor- ughly, one at a time. Beat in range juice. Gradually stir in our until combined. Chill loroughly. Roll about Vi-inch lick (working with one-quarter ough at a time) on a prepared iastry cloth with well-floured tockinet - covered rolling pin. tot into 2-inch rounds. Bake a ew inches apart on ungreased 'ookie sheets in hot (400 degrees) )ven until lightly browned—8 to minutes. Cool on wire rack. Store in tightly covered con- ainer. Makes about 6 dozen. AMERICA'S GREATEST DRUG STORE EVENT Starts NOV. 2 10 DAYS ONLY Nationally Advertised RANEY REXALL DRUG 304 S. Main CH 2-3092 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Free Prescription Delivery EISENHOWER LIBRARY STRUCTURALLY COMPLETE - The structural phase of the Eisenhower Presidential Library project has been completed at Abilene. The building is of native stone, includes 55.000 square feet of floor space and is directly across from the Eisenhower Museum. More than 2,000 file boxes of Eisenhower papers numbering into the millions already are stored in the Labrary are being categoried and classified by a staff working under temporary conditions. Little of the interior equipment has been moved in yet. Official dedication will be May 1. Shoiv Slides The Harvesters fellowship group had a program of slides by Mr. and Mrs. Emory McKenzic at the meeting in Westminster Church Sunday evening. The couple showed views taken on their summer trip to Europe. Tables for the dinner preceding the program were decorated in an autumn theme. Thirty-four members and one guest, Mrs. Virginia Wilkerson, were present. Club Forecast OMICRON CHAPTER, Beta 8igm» Phi. Mrs. Gardner Campbell TOT-TO-TEEN, Mr». Floyd Smith L.W., Mr«. 8. H. Vincent FRANKLIN COUNTY NURSES, Mr« E. V. Skldmore. 7:30 p.m. ONE-TO-8IX, Mr«. Raymond C. Smith CHILD STUDY. Mr«. Wayne Lewis WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION, First U. P. Church NAZARENE MISSION SOCIETY SEEKERS CLASS, at Trinity Methodist Church HEBEKAHS Z1GZAGOERS CLUB, Mrs. R. F. Lollar SKILTON MUSIC CLUB, dinner, Elliott hall, 8:30 p.m. Sauce Idea Ever add sliced pimiento- tuffed olives to a snappy cheese auce to serve over crisp but- ered toast? Fish Hints A fish that weighs from three to five pounds is a good choice when you are planning to stuf and bake it. Leave the head anc tail on or have them removed— it's up to you. Gourmets vote for leaving them on. Accuses Prosecutor Of Seeking Revenge PORT ORCHARD, Wash. (AP) —Dr. Robert L. Boehme, 41, charged with trying .to poison his wife, accused the prosecuting at- omey Monday of seeking personal vengeance. In a statement issued through his attorney, the physician said Prosecutor Gordon L. Walgren was "trying to exact retribution iccause he thought I prevented iis marriage to Mary Boehme." Mary Boehme, 28, a nurse, is former sister-in-law of Dr. Boehme. She is free on $5,000 bond as a material witness. Advised of Dr. Boehme's statement, Walgren said, "I have no comment other than that the evi dence presented has convinced me there has been a crime." Walgren, 28, has acknowledged that he and Mary Boehme obtained a marriage license at Tacoma June 22. He said he datec le nurse as part of his investi- ation and learned that she and Dr. Boehme had made trips as usband and wife. The doctor's arraignment on a harge of assault with intent to till was postponed Monday until Oct. 23. His wife, a diabetic, has been under treatment for hepatitis, an nflammation of the liver. She left he hospital Monday and went lome to the doctor and their two oung sons. The physician was arrested Saturday on a complaint charging hat he administered poison to his wife Sept. 20 while pretending to ake a blood sample. Use Substitute No buttermilk in the house and you want to try a quick bread recipe calling for it? 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Percolator, 8 cup Water Pail, lOqt. Dish Pan, I7qt. Roaster, 6-10 Ib. All Trimmed in Red. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MOKfATA WOOLWORTH'S Richmond News Buys Berea School House By MABEL CHANDLER Lee Perkins purchased the Berea school house at an auction. Mrs. Edward Platt was brought home from the Anderson County Hospital Saturday where she was treated for a broken right wrist and a sprained ankle suffered in a fall Thursday evening. The condition of Roy Patterson, a patient at Ransom Memorial Hospital, Ottawa, shows improve ment. Nine members of the Berea Club met at Mrs. Bob Hadsall's Thursday to do sewing for the Crestview Nursing Home. Mrs. John Scott Powelson was a guest at the meeting of the Willing Workers, at Mrs. Ross Spencer's Thursday. The ladies quilted for Mrs. Clarice Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bures, Mr and Mrs. Henry Mersman, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Bowman, Mr and Mrs. Chris Wolken, Mr. and Mrs. John Roeckers and Mr. am Mrs. Fred Bach attended the fu neral of Ed Bach in Okmulgee, Okla., Saturday. Mmes. Maude Farris and Lionell Sutton, Garnett, were guests at the meeting of the Fortnightly Club at Mrs. Lela Duffey's Friday afternoon. Mrs. Farris reviewed "The Scarlet Lily." Nineteen members were present. Mrs. D. 0. Warren cared for her grandchildren, the Tom Warren children, at lola last week while their parents went to Pennsylvania for the funeral of her father, Frank Jack. Frank Rocker is undergoing observation and treatment at the Kansas City Veterans Hospital. Licenses Oral Polio Vaccine WASHINGTON (AP)-The second of three oral polio vaccines las been licensed by the Public iealth Service for manufacture by pharmaceutical firm. Pfizer, Ltd., will make the Type 2 Sabin oral vaccine at Sandwich, England. It also received the license for Type 1 vacine last Aug. 17. Thee third type of oral vacine is not expected to be available for several months, the health service said. Surgeon General Luther L. Terry stressed that Salk polio vaccine—given in a series of shots—is the only vaccine available that protects against all three types of polio. Terry said the health service is ordering 1.8 million doses—at 9 cents a dose—of the tasteless, colorless Type 2 vaccine to go in its epidemic stockpile at Atlanta, Ga THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 10, 1961 Rules Lana Must Pay LOS ANGELES (AP) - Actress Lana Turner must pay $20,000 to the 13-year-old son of Johny Stompanato, who was slain in her house. Superior Court approved the settlement Monday. Stompanato was stabbed to death in Miss Turner's Beverly Hills home April 4, 1958, by her daughter, Cheryl Crane, now 17. A coroner's jury termed it justifiable homicide after the girl said Stompanato had threatened her mother. Stompanato's divorced wife, Sara Stompanato of Hammond, Ind., sought $750,000 from Miss Turner and her former Husband, Stephen Crane. She claimed negligence caused the death and deprived Stompanato's son, John III, of support. Charge A Clown In Slaying RIVER VALE, N.J. (AP) Murder charges have been filed against an internationally known circus clown who, police say, has admitted hacking to death his sweetheart because she said he was too old. "I don't care what you do to me now. My life is over," said Edward Guillaume, 69, when he was arraigned on the charge Monday night. Slain Monday was Miss Elena Gabrielle Nelson, 49, also a circus performer who had a dog act. Guillaume, known as "Polidor the Clown," had entered the circus arenas of his native France at the age of 12 and performed with various circuses on five continents. But in recent years he was jobless. The killing occurred in Miss Nelson's home. Guillaume lived in a one-room shack at the rear of the main house. 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