The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 24, 1961 · Page 7
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Won't Let Gloria Forget 'Boulevard' ! made a date wilh the great lady | some young butler ushered meia-clank with metallic jewelry By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP)—The man-' i summoned enough courage to j into the sitting room, which was sion was hard by Sunset Boule-, ring the bell, vard. ' I "Who's there?" demanded a I crunched my way up the, voice, graveled driveway to the double ! I announced myself and was oors, each with a small. glass; prompted, "Closer to the speak- >eephole. A sign said rather for- i er." I repeated my identification iddingly, "Unexpected must use telephone." NEW PRESIDENT — Mrs. Maxine Stephens, new president of Credit Women's Breakfast Club, (right) accepts the Ravel from Mrs. Ivan .Tines (left), retiring president. Frena E. Game, Topeka, CWBC state president, was the installing officer last evening. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) CWBC Holds Installation decorated with old and new masters—the real things. "Miss Swanson will be down presently," the butler announced. The uneasy wait. Her heels could be heard on the marble guests i and was answered with a metallic j hall. Then she swept in, slim and ! click. surprisingly small, wearing a Was I unexpected? No, I had \ The door swung open. A hand- brocaded lounging suit, her arms Her skin was smooth and flaw- THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 24..1K61 not Ndrma Desmond, the silent ' star she played in "Sunset Boulevard." less. There was scant gray in her shiny hair, atop which perched , "My God. how the legend hand's her spectacles. By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer Is there a key to popularity with boys? That's a question many school j weeks ago I had to get tough with ... ... , ! an interviewer on BBC in Etvj- Lets go in the den. where it's ,. jml He kept t ; to link me more comfortable,' said Gloria i with (hc pi , tla . e Swanson after ordering vodka on the rocks from the butler. We j "I finally told him, "No, I don't went to the den, which was domi- i have a body floating in my sv.'im- nated by a full-length portrait of ; ming pool. 1 rlon't even have a the actress. ! swimming pool. I don't live in As we began to talk, the lights : the past. 1 am concerned only went out. The butler entered with ; with the present and the future.' " lighted candles and said the < Miss Swanson was here after a trouble was being attended to. ! seven-week European trip, partly Miss Swanson reclined on the to view the new Paris fashions dinner. Be more attentive to him , 7. Adopt an air of mystery. He | couch and con ti nue d talking in for her dress business, partly to How Girls Can Be Popular than to the menu. Keep him talking about himself, and you'll hear from him again. 6. You can attract boys by AllUfc O «» «**^.Jfc»«J»l *•*••• mj «—.._—. girls want answered, but an-1 sporting your hobby..Carry a swers are often so simple they don't seem right. Set up an easeJ and canvas in an eye - catching doesn't want to know all about the candlelight, while I felt for ; show her mother the Continent. you at the first meeting. Some all the world as if I were in the: She's working this week in a girls gush on and on until a boy second reel of "Sunset Boule- drama for ABC's "Straighta- girls gush can think of nothing but gagging her. Give him a reason to call you again by being provocative i close at hand. Many girls become complacent i SP°*- Engage in sports that ar« J ° .. ; />lncn ol hnnH about dates because they are popular in their own set with boys they've known all their lives. But comes the day they move away or go off to school, they don't know how to make new friends. It's been so long since they've had to. in your conversation. Let him ask for the details. vard." Miss Swanson soon brought mo back to reality. The house was not hers .but that of a family she wav. "Guess what I am playing," she said. "That's right—an actress. Isn't it frightful, the type-casting had known for years. And she is in this town?' Mrs. .Maxine Stephens was installed as president of the Credit Women's Breakfast Club of Ottawa at a dinner meeting last evening in North American Hotel. Other officers installed were Mrs. Delbert Campbell, vice president; Elaine Hills, secretary; Mrs. Eleanor Randcl. treasurer; directors, Alma Schweitzer, Mrs. H. N. Flora. Norman Stewart, Mrs. Margaret Jones and Ivan Jones. Frena E. Garvie of Topeka, state CWBC president, was installing officer, assisted by Alice Patterson, of Topeka, first vice president of District 7, and Maxine Hoyt, Topeka. Miss Schweitzer gave the invocation preceding the dinner Members were introduced from Lawrence and Topeka clubs. Mrs Cliff Reynolds gave the CWBC Mrs. j Creed. Mrs. II. N. Flora presented the | president's pin to Mrs. Jones. Here are some popularity pointers from girls who always have dates. 1.. Never act overly anxious to meet a boy, even if you feel you can't live without an introduction. Call his attention to you without revealing your own interest. If j he doesn't flip, don't be discour-} aged. But if he doesn't show in-; terest after three or four meetings and conversation, chalk him off your blackboard. A good way to meet a boy is attendance awards. They went to, to discover his interests through \ friends without seeming to pry, j and after a convenient lapse of jtime, put yourself in his path ! whenever possible and when it can be done without looking obvious. 2. Increase your popularity with girls. It's a good way to j meet boys. A school friend who j „ , admires vou will do everything | Mrs. Stephens presented a past j she can to arrange double dates j M MONTGOMERY WARD Mrs. Harry Dodd, a charier member, of eight years of perfect attendance; Mrs. Evelyn Bledsoe, seven years; Norma Stewart, seven years; Maxine Stephens, four years; Miss Schweitzer, Mrs. Hallie Reddick and Mrs. Ivan Jones, each one vear. Coffee Tour Omega Chapter Roundabout 1 Makes Plans . LLub Meets .tiers, Mrs. Tom Marks. Mrs. Simpson and Mrs. Ken Hay. Members will meet at the booth at C p.m. in the evening. New members welcomed were Mrs. Jim Dykstra and Mrs. Le- Caravan Here The annual meeting of the American Legion Coffee Tour Caravan was Monday afternoon in the North American Hotel dining room. Department and district officials of the Legion who met with local members of the Warren C. Black post were Warren McCam- : land Gilliland. It was announced ish, Second District junior com- > the joint 3-chapter ritual of jew- mander of Kansas City; Jim Ch- J e ls meeting will be on Nov. 8. risty, department vice commander, lola; Glen Crush, district adjutant, Shawnce; John Hurley, department rehabilitation chairman, Kansas City, and Stanley A. Langr, representative of the Veterans Commission, L a w- rence. Merlin Casteel, of Warren C. Black Post, presided. Omega Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, made plans to conduct a jail project at the Hallowesla. On the , committee are Mrs. Jim Rod- hohtess for Roundabout Club yes. Bill Mrs. Clarence M. Sheldon was terday and arranged the program. It included three articles from American Heritage. They were excerpts from "Captain Frederick Marryat's Dairy (1839)." the article, "The Town That Stopped the Clock," and "When Housekeeping Became a Science". Mrs. Jay Saner and Mrs. Roy Teter were hostesses at Saner home. Lethe R.N.F. Club ', Mrs. T. W. Henshaw was as- j sisted by Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs. Florence Cates in entertain- Officers of the American Le-j ing Royal Neighbor Friendship gion Auxiliary who were in the j Club Monday, party were Mrs. Wyota Adams,! " Club Forecast Wednesday OMICRON CHAPTER. Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. John Jor.es SKILTON MUSIC CLUB, Mrs. R. E Redmond TOT-TO-TEEN. Mrs. Paul Perkin« LAFALOT. Mrs. Richard Turner CHILD STUDY, Mrs. E. V. Meyer REBEKAHS MEDICAL AUXILIARY, Mrs. C. W. Hennlng JOINT MEETING, Cole and Peoria communities, Cole School ! and perhaps introductions to i brothers. Many girls are not popu- i lar with other girls, and yet are | j popular with boys. 'The reason jis that they have the opportuni- ! ty to meet boys. But if you haven't, cultivate girl friends. j 3. A "steady necker" is popular j because the boys are passing; time with her. If you have re- ' spect for yourself and want to be popular with the right types, avoid , being pegged as one. 4. If you have trouble hitting it j off with boys, perhaps you are i not meeting simpatico types. : Spend more time at the library.: if you like to read. When you dis- j cover who the steady boy readers ; are, you have something in com-; mon that make breaking the ice j easier. If you enjoy special lee-1 tures, look around when you are j in the room, and notice the boys who are rapt. It will give you something to talk about when you see them again. 5. It's a good idea not to give a boy the impression that you are dating him for the malt, pizza or Second District president; land Park; Mrs. Blanche Over- During conducted the business session by Mrs. Warren Wei- Wise, • ton, plans were discussed for the district vice president, Baldwin; Mrs. Evelyn Huff, district secretary-treasurer, Kansas City; Mrs. Goldie Chambers, department publicity chairman, Arkansas City. Membership and rehabilitation were stressed at the women's meeting. Mrs. Howard Henderson, president of the Warren C. Black unit, was presented the Coffe Cup wall plaque for 1961. This was awarded to the unit for having t h e greatest percentage of membership of goal based on number of members the post and unit had at the time of coffee tour date last year. This is the second time that the unit has won the plaque in competition with the post. Christmas party on Dec. 18. It will be a potluck dinner for families at Masonic temple. Prizes in games arranged by j Mrs. Cates were won by Mrs. > Harry Loyd, Mrs. Jess Medlen, j Mrs. Henshaw and Mrs. Waver- j ly Bishop. Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. 1 Earl Moore were new members. I The collection amounted to $1 - j 22. Mrs. Carl Furman won a { mystery prize. The hostesses carried out a Halloween theme. Jockman-Sims Invitations have been issued for the Jockman-Sims wedding. Vows will be exchanged Nov. 11, at 9:30 a.m. at the St. Boniface Church, Scipio. 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