The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 19, 1961 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALI1 Thursday. October 19, 19lil Ann Landers Your Husband Is Not Quite Grown Dear Ann Landers: Some people say you make up letters. Why would you have to make up any when you get letters like this one? Mv husband married me four of college. Do you think the difference in our educational backgrounds will make a difference in our future life together? I need your advice because he wants very much to marry me. ANN years ago. We have two He told me his mother was a semi-invalid and couldn't attend ihe wedding. When I wanted to introduce myself on the phone he said no. He calls her long- distance every two weeks but he has never once suggested that I speak to her. Yesterday he confessed thai ':ie never told his mother he ;,'ot married Now I k n o \v why he h a s never let me talk to her on t h e phone. It also explains why she never sent gifts for the babies. He wants to visit her during the Christinas season — alone. He says he'll break the news gently and then send for me and the children. This man is 31 years M. What shall I do?-CONS- TANT1NOPLE Dear C: A man who can't tell his mother that he's getting married — and then continues to keep his marriage a secret for four years is pretty sick. He needs professional help. Urge him to see a doctor before he leaves on the trip. He'll need outside help in order to break the news to mother. Dear Ann Landers: How does a working girl tell her boss that his horrible cigars smoke up her glasses, smell up her clothing and make her sick to her stomach? This has been going on for two years and it's more than I can stand. When he calls me in for dictation I turn green just thinking about what the next 30 minutes are going to be like. I'd appreciate any advice you can give me.—EMERALD . Dear Emerald: Look in the classified section of this newspaper and line yourself up another job. Get your references. THEN (for the sake of your successor) go into the boss' office and tell him you left because .his. horrible cigars smoked up ymrr' glasses, smelled up your clothing and made you sick to your stomach. And while you're at it, suggest that he change brands. Good cigars are not offensive. Dear Ann Landers: I'm going \\-ith a man who is six years older than I am. He has been around a lot and is now ready to settle down. We enjoy the same things and get along well together. The problem is, he never finished high school and I'm in my second year sons. I—UNCERTAIN Dear Uncertain: You don't mention the kind of work he does or if he is educating himself. These are important factors and should be considered. They will shape your thinking later on. A high school diploma can be earner 1 through a correspondence course or at night school. I strongly recommend it, as "marriage insurance" — particularly in cases such as your where there seems to be doubt. Appomattox's First Lady 100 APPOAIATTOX, Va. (AP) Mrs. Charles H. Coleman celebrated her 100th birthday anniversary Wednesday. Often called Appomattox's First Lady, Mrs. Coleman has five stepchildren, 19 stepgrandchildren arid 30 stepgreat-grandchildren. Her father, Edward Burge, was killed in the battle of Gettysburg. She married a soldier who fought in that battle. Her husband died in 1945 at the age of 101. FURRY PET - Dale Reichard, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reichard of near Homewood, holds one of his pet kittens. PRINTED PATTERN Promise 'Sensible Age' In Fashions ^ By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Possibly for the first time in the history of womankind, fashion is entering an age of practicality — even though man had to laugh, prod, and finally shove her into it. skirts. Deep pleats or gores make the ample room for getaways. Other points of practicality are dark little blouses, little coat dresses to step into, and polka dots so guady you can't be overlooked. sensible contributions of the first lady's personal designer, Cassini. Of course, these costumes go in and out where they ought to even thougli the kind he designs Jacqueline often do not. for A back zipper you can reach because it travels down the shoul- The nation's buyers who madej der blade> not the spme is Luis the rounds of some of the best Esteves' contribution to prac- known couture houses Wednesday ticalit His entire • ^ were promised the sensible age LflecUon is f ro thy, wispy and by springtime. conducive to romance with sil- That's when the women's ap- houettes that are more than form parel introduced this week will be Family Visits Visiting Mrs. Etta Barnhart has been her sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Barnhart, and their daughter, Mrs. Harvey Rollins, and daughter-in- law, Mrs. Leonard Bamhart, all of Jefferson City, Mo. On Monday evening they were all at the Tallman Lake for a fish fry. On Tuesday evening Mrs. Etta Bamhart gave a dinner for the visitors and for her daughter and family, the Sheldon Tallmans and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seymour, Mark, Bennie and Shelley. Club Forecast Friday THE SENIOR CLUB, Youth Center FAIBMOfJNT BIRTHDAY, Mrs. Jrl Stanley DISTRICT W.S.C.S., First Methodist Church NAOMI CLUB, Mrs. Elmer Mellies 2 p.m. 'HELPFUL SERVICE, Mrs. O. O. Tucker, annual auction LIBERTY communlt;.', potluck supepr in retail stores. Just putting the waibtline back was practical for the garment industry financially; for men who ridiculed the sack, snickered at the easy-fitting dress and merely tolerated the semifitted suit have had a damaging effect on sales, manufacturers admit. Thus, Adele Simpson, Luis E.v teves and of course, Jacqueline Kennedy's couturier. Oleg Cassini, have done more than nip the waistline in again, they've widened it all the way up to the bosom line. To reemphasize that tiny waist, pint-sized Miss Simpson is also putting wedge-shaped shoulders on her customers. Doesn't looking physically fit have its practicality after an era of hunch-shouldered, emaciated fashion models? For sitting down with grace and poise, or sprinting after a commuter train, Miss Simpson offers ever-so-sensible knee-free fitting. For the sake of customers who do not have nice forms to fit, Esteves sends them dresses with built-in foundations. Little tailored dresses are the H.C.H. Club Mrs. Frank Wuckowitsch was hostess for H.C.H. Club yesterday afternoon, and Mrs. Chester Keim was in charge of business. Mrs. W. R. Wood arranged a contest for entertainment. The door prize went to Mrs. Roy Taylor. At the close, Mrs. Keim and Mrs. Don Martin assisted in serving refreshments in a Halloween theme. Mrs. M a e Gentzell, a guest, nine members and two babies were present. to Pancake Hint If you want your pancakes be well-shaped, round and even- sized, pour the batter from a small ladle of a one-quarter cup measure. Socialettes Beta Gamma voted a $10 contribution Tuesday evening to the j Community Book Fair to be held j in November. Mrs. Ralph Craw-| ford was hostess assisted by Mrs. j Ralph Emerson. For the program, the group went to Mrs. Lowell Gish's home for a demonstration on ceramics. Mrs. W. C. Harding left today for Arkansas City to attend the annual convention of Kansas Associated Garden Clubs. Sessions will be held today through Saturday. Mrs. Harding is state chairman for flower show schools. She went with a group of women from Lawrence. Five members of V.F.W. Auxiliary attended an orientation course at the V.A. Hospital in Topeka last evening. Those going were Mrs. Garland Hinkle, Mrs. Carl Furman, Mrs. Bob Robinson, Mrs. Chester Louder[back and Mrs. Roy W. Lambert Workshop Patterns BEDSIDE STAND PATTERN 302 TERRACED TOP gives this stand plenty of space at bed level and an upper shelf for a lamp. Pattern 302, which gives material list, actual - size cutting guide and complete illustrated directions is 35c. This pattern also is in the Bedroom Chest and Stand Packet No. 22 with three other projects all with easy-to-make block- front drawers. The Packet of four patterns is $1. —The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dcpt., Bedford Hills, New York. your HAPPIEST FAMILY MEMORIES New Chair COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP)-South Carolina is buying a new electric chair. Officials say the old one, installed in 1912, is too dangerous to operate. The new chair was expected to cost about $15,000. Good Lunch fy pancakes; meat sauce. Collar with a cape's flourish- wonderful topping for the slim lines that reveal your figure so beautifully. Choose faille or Winter cotton for now — a luxurious brocade for the holidays. Printed Pattern 4676: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 takes 3% yards 39-inch fabric. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of the Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. FALL'S 100 BEST FASHIONS — separates, dresses, suits, en- Make a batch of big, soft, fluf-1 sembles, all sizes, all in our new serve with tomato- j Pattern Catalog in color. Sew I for yourself, family. 35c. slay fresh in PORTRAITS Make A Family '•• Appointment Today! Dial CH 2-4893 BELLER STUDIO (over Penney's) BEST BUY ! • Exclusive Flowing Heat dries clothes breeze-fresh, even safer than sunshine! • Automatic Dry Control shuts dryer off automatically when clothes are just-right dry! Or you can dial your own drying time! 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