Ann Landers Dead Letter File For Me Dour. Headers: The wet noixll" won't*do this time. I will take, it. They pull out the plug but they don't wash the bathtub. instead, 20 belts with a full maili Their soiled clothes go in the ba". 'drawers instead of the clothes P* " P °" lhc racks instead It is indeed possible to retrieve a letter once it has.been mailed. Hundreds of readers have told me so. It hardly seems, worth the effort, hut it can be done, and here's how: If the letter, is registered you must go to the post office and fill out w i t h •Jrawal form 3S35. If the letter is no! registered.. :' o r m 150fi will do. You must state on the ANN ff-m the approximate size of the ing spread out to dry. They forget to take the dog out at night and she has an accident on the rug. Speaking as a mother with two daughters who must be reminded, I say it's the only way. Otherwise they wouldn't do one blamed thing. What do you have to say to this, Ann Landers?-r AMOTHER, TOO Dear Mother: Teenage girls who must be reminded to put water in the ice tray and to wash out the bathtub have had pretty shoddy training. When a mother must repeat envelope, the hour and date it b uch simple instructions hundreds was mailed, where you deposited-of times it is evidence that her it. and why you want it back j voice has become like the bus You must also agree to pay for'(that runs by the house. They've any and all expenses incurred in become so used to it, they don't ; even hear it anymore. retrieving the letter. Thank you, dear readers, for letting me know. I feel as if I've • „ n landed in the Dead Letter office.; I flT't^f F()T Dear Ann Landers: I married Lloyd with my eyes wide open. J could have had a go-getter and a good earner. But I preferred a. good-looker and a smooth dancer. I've had to work from the day we married. I love to dance with Lloyd but I never get the chance. What happened at a recent company party is a good example. The girls married to the substantial types come over and say "Do you mind if I borrow your husband? Mine can't dance." I feel like answering, "My husband isn't much at working. May I borrow $5 from your husband?" When I complain to Lloyd he umson is just flattered. What can I do? -JEAN Smoke", was shown by Mrs. Phil Dear Jean: A company party, Rke Reader was Mrs T R » the last place a woman should ] Johnson other adult helpers were Margaret's Baby Due Soon LONDON (AP)—Princess Margaret's baby is expected within the next two weeks. "Sometime during the next fortnight," said a royal press officer. I mean either side of the end of October." Sister Helen Rowe, the 62-year- old royal midwife who assisted in the birth of Queen .Elizabeth's three children, has come to London from her home in Eastbourne to be ready when needed for Margaret. The baby will be bornat Clarence House, Margaret's home with Queen Mother Elizabeth before her marriage last year to Antony Armstrong-Jones, now the earl of Snowdon. But the priness is still living in their apartment at Kensington Palace, and a royal spokesman said he did not know when she would move. When the princess shifts to Clarence House, she will live in a large square white-painted room at the top of the building. Another room of the house has been set aside as a delivery room. Margaret was 31 in August. PAMELA JOE is the two-year- old daughter of Capt. and Mrs. R. E. Reed, who have just arrived in Ottawa from Japan to visit with Mrs. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cook. Socialettes Homaker Club was entertained by Mrs. R. W. Mitchell yesterday with seven members present. Following the serving of a dessert course, the time was spent visiting. Mrs. Ward Hartley was a guest. Mrs. John Pinney will be the next hostess, on Nov. 28. Mrs. Tom Powers was a new member present at the M.P.M. Club meeting Monday afternoon. THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, October 25, 19fll Hear Report Chapter GL and Chapter All, P.E.O. held a joint meeting yesterday with Mrs. Nancy Lamb to hear a report on the supreme convention held Oct. 2-5, in Washington, D. C. Giving the report was Mrs. Dean Richards of Baldwin who was accompanied by Jean Reit- Mrs. Maitree Chartbunit told of j rakcl . Mrs- Brucc Spears was co . her native land, Thailand. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Finch were their daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs. Herschell Daney, Stephen and Greg, Bacorie, Okla. They attended O.U. homecoming activities. Mr. Daney is an O.U. graduate. hostess. 15% DISCOUNT on Dry Cleaning CASH and CARRY Corsage Cleaners 118 W. 3rd LTL Group Yesterday after school, the North Side Loyal Temperance Legion enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at the Trinity Methodist Church. Many of the children came in costume. Patricia Vega presided during the program. Leaders for the salutes to the three flags were I Neal Bishop, Barry Elder and j Earline Hicks. Linda Bartlett led the group in the Lord's Prayer. Singing was directed by Mrs. A. E. Sullins and Barbara Stipp. Members gave their pledge in MR. AND MRS. CHARLES I. COOK Couple Married In Washington Married on Sept. 30, in the Lutheran Church of the Master, Pasco, Wash., were Sylvia Patricia Foley and Ensign Charles Irving Cook. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Wilson Foley, Pasco, and grand- Quiet Day Meeting Union Chapel W.S.C.S. held an daughter of Mrs. Nora Foley, Ot- i all day quiet day meeting yester- The filmitrip, "Where There's i s P ecial 8 uesls at the weddil * tawa. Mrs. Foley was one of the ; day at the church to observe the 'Week of Prayer and Self Denial. Mrs. John H. Forrer and Mrs Both bride and groom are graduates of Pasco High School, and R. J. Hoffman were in charge. expect to dance with her own husband. Especially if he's good. Plan on dinner out even' few weeks, and select a place with music. This should solve at least; one of your problems. Dear Ann Landers: I just read Darlene's letter about her mother reminding her to do little things and how she resented it bitterly. I have two teenage daughters and I know how they hate to be reminded. But this is what happens unless I ride herd on them: They put the ice tray back in the refrigerator with no water in PRINTED PATTERN 4945 Mrs. Clifford Stipp, Mrs. Earl I Bartlett, Jr., Mrs. Albert Peterson and Mrs. Mary Black. Dunking apples and other Hal- lowe'en games were played. Joyce Elder is LTL recreation leader. Lyle Shaeffer, Al Gobea, Randy Elder and Dana Stephenson assisted in serving cookies and spiced apple punch. There were 60 children present. Mrs. Forrer directed the wor- , ship service assisted by Mrs. sin College and Pacific Lutheran! George stewart . Giving the program. "The Three R's of Christian Maturity," were Mrs. Verne White, Mrs. June Willhile and Roger Waggy. Mrs. George Stewart was host- the bride attended Columbia Ba- i University. The bridegroom is a j graduate of the U.S. Naval Aca- j Hughes-Milton Vows Exchanged Mrs. Eloise Hughes. 931 Cypress, and Floyd H. Milton. 224 S. Oak, were united in marriage Oct. 20. at 5 p.m. in Trinity Methodist Church. Rev. Roy H. Armstrong officiated. Attendants for the couple were Neola Cates, Baldwin, niece of the groom, and Roland Davison, Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. Milton took a trip to Kansas City and are at home at 224 S. Oak. Mrs. Milton is a beauty operator for Beautyland Styling Salon. Mr. Milton is employed by List and Clark Construction Co. Present for the ceremony were the couple's children, Kathy Jo and Ronnie Hughes and Richard and Ronny Milton. Educational Society Tea On Friday Women of the Ottawa area are invited to attend the annual tea of the Women's Educational Society of Ottawa University Friday, at 2:30 p.m. in Martin ball. A musical program arranged by Mrs. Edgar Kerr includes a satire of Italian Grand Opera sung by four junior music majors in costume. Mrs. J. R. Kenning is presi- is dent of the organization. Mrs. Nancy Lamb heads the committee in charge of the tea. The prupose of the organization is to provide funds for loans to college students. Since the Society was formed in 1902, approximately $72,500 has been loaned to more than 1,350 students. The Society also has made gifts amounting to $5,000 to the college. All this has been made possible by means of $1 annual dues of interested women of the comma nity. All women are welcome to attend. Harry Says Paint It Yourself! SPRAY ENAMEL No Brush—No Fuss—No Muss! Nothing to mix ... no mess to clean up. DRIES IN MINUTESI Gives smooth, professional coat. 22 colors. CRYSTAI-CIEAR PROTECTIVE COATING, U-oi.-cin 1.95 MVION GLOWING FLUORESCENT f AINTS, 6 lelori, 16-»i- con IVENING, BAUET SLIPPERS HOtlYCRAFT HARRY SMITH 110 S. Main 2.79 Ph. CH 2-1522 Mr. and Mrs. Cook are at home at 148 I Ave., Coronado, Calif. Class Party Philathea Class of First Baptist Church held a potuck dinner yes- j praver and'led singing, with Mrs. * _ • TTtti: -n \ 11 nn_i-i . —-. V " . _ Give Party Members of the Nazarene Church and friends held a Halloween party at Hears park last evening. Teenagers of the group decorated the dining hall. Rev. Ralph Edwards gave Three to mix-match happily every school day. Pop-over-top and skirt are sew-easy and so gay in plaid or checks with sim pie, white cotton blouse. Printed Pattern 4945: Chil dren'i Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 top skirt 1% yards 45-inch; blouse % yard 35-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, Pat tern 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 sembles, all sizes, all in our new Pattern Catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 35c. erday in Elliott hall. Tables were arranged in the form of a square and decorated with pom pom dan- ias furnished by Mrs. Russell toward. Following the dinner, Mrs. T. W. Henshaw conducted a business session which included reports by members. Mrs. Judson Lee gave talk about Sunset Home, Concordia. Mrs. Blaine Phillips was in charge of games. The committee included Mrs. H. H. Hayes, Mrs. A. K. Rader, Mrs, Henshaw and Mrs. Phillips. Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Carl Senter, guests, and 21 members attended. Edwards at the piano. Games were followed by refreshments. Ninety were present. ess. Ten members and four children attended. The Baby Has Been Named The son born Oct. 20 at Ransom Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Darrell Pyle, RFD 2, Waverly, has been named Brian Lee. He weighed 7 lb., 14'/2 oz. THE GAS SERVICE COMPANY Dividend Notice The Board of Director* of Th« Gat Service Company hat declared a quarterly dividend of forty- three cent* (43c) per share on ta $10.00 par value Common Stock, payable December 9, 1961, to Stockholder* of record November IS, 1961. I. W. McKEE, Trem*ur*r HOME TRIAL 5 ! BRAND NEW 196; FRIOIDAIRE Automatic Soak Cycle! Patented 3-Ring "Pump" Agitator! Dispense* i-'inr*- • aids automatically! PHONE CH 2-4565 fof Ffel> Home Tf/a/ Uod.l WDA-62 HURRY! OFFER GOOD FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY! Why Be Without A Good Dependable Automatic WASHER When you can buy the Model WDA-62 for as low as . . . 19995 Each Matching Electric DRYER Model DDA-62 For only . . . 139 95 BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS AT /RW/N'S AND SAVE Save $20.00 on this open sfocfc pattern. Service for eight (45 pc. Sef ) Reg. 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