Ann Landers Cookie Tin No Place For Cash Dear Ann Landers: Do I have i wedding) the bride's fianc* got the right to walk out on my hus- j his army orders and the couple band? Here's the story: (decided to call off the marriage. Scolty and I have been married The bridesmaids are stuck with for six years. We have two chil- fheir outfits. Dtf you feel they Dear P.H.E,: It would be gen- jerous indeed if the bride offered, | but since no offer was made, it should not be suggested. A seamstress can remake a bridesmaid's dress so that it can i be used as a party gown. The | investment is not totally lost dren. I've worked part-time as a j should ask the bride to reimburse waitress and have made good them?—P.H.E. money. Down at t h i; plant where Scotty works there is always a floating crap game. When we »ot married he promised he'd stay out of the games, and he's been pretty •rood about it. j- A.NN' ; I've been saving my lips for al- i most two years so we could buy j At Ransom Memoria , Hospital: a new car. Last week when 11 counted the money there was ov-; er 41,000 in the cookie tin. To- Mrs - Gordon Edwards Hughes, night I went to add another $15 j Wellsville, has been named Jo- and the tin was empty. Scotty ad- \ seph Gordon. He weighed 8 lb., milted that he felt awfully lucky; 14 oz. yesterday and took the money. > The daughter born Oct. 21, to Of course he lost it. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Am I justified in leaving him? : Hanes, RFD 3, has been named The Baby Been framed STUDENT — Terry Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard, Michigan Valley, takes time out from an evening of study at the Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. Miss Howard is one of the 550 women living in Morse hall, the women's residence hall at the college. -FAYE 'Kelly Lynne. She weighed 5 lb., Dear Fave: A woman who is 10 oz. so stupid she would leave $1,000 _ " ^ in a cookie tin deserves what vou The son born Oct. 23, to Mr. i RFD 4, has been named Wayne Of course your husband did a , rotten thing, but what would be; gained by leaving him? You -Karl. His weight was 10 lb., 10- /•j. oz. The daughter born Oct. 23, to Mr. and Mrs. John Marvin Clot- Oak, has been would succeed only in depriving j ,/ , ., , . ... TT Iclier, rnu o. vjaiv, nah u v c n i your children of a father, Have \ , „ » t -u • u j' J ' , , . .. ; named Tracv Ann. She weighed i you ever heard of a bank.' ; „ ^ • \ Dear Ann Landers: During the The daughter born Oct. 24, to month of July I went to visit Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cassius my cousin. She is exactly my age. Coen. 610 Beech, has been named 15, and I had not seen her for '• Janet Marie. She weighed 6 lb., six years. i 10 or.. I planned to stay there two ; weeks but seven day was all I could take. Karen smokes and drinks. Her friends are roughnecks who drive wild and use bad language. She never cleaned her room once in the week I was Rebekah Meeting Mrs. Agnes Staffer presided at the Rebekah meeting last evening in I.O.O.F. hall. She introduced Mrs. Marie Raffelock as president of Rebekah Assembly and she was given the honors. Mrs. Glenn Lancaster was introduced as lodge deputy and was presented the collar of her station by Mrs. 0. L. Breckenridge, retired lodge deputy. were Mrs. Program On Arrangements Mrs. W. D. Bancroft gave the there. When her mother mention- program for Child Study Club at! ed it she told her to "Shut up." j the home of Mrs. E. V. Meyer! Yesterday I received a letter last evening. She spoke on wild ] from Karen saying she wants to ; flower arrangements and showed spend Christmas vacation with j many kinds of plants that grow me. I don't want her here. What i wild in this county. Harry Loyd, member of the credentials committee, and Mrs. 0. L. Breckenridge and Mrs. Glenn Ainsworth, pages. Thirty were present. Refreshments included a decorated cake presented to Mrs. Raffelock at j the Saturday night banquet in her i honor. The refreshment committee included Mrs. Viola Rodgers, Mrs. William Boucek, Mrs. H. H. Feuerborn, Mrs. Henry Alban and Mr. Harry Loyd. shall I do?-NO KISSIN" KIN Mrs. Glenn Underwood was in ~ „. t . ,,. .., ; charge of roll call. Members told Dear Km: Say no. Since it s ! . f , . _ , . , . apparent you have little in common with this girl why try to en of plants and flowers which they i had taken inside for the winter tertain her? She wouldn't fit in! Mrs M D. ghoger of Albuquer- wilh your friends any better lhan l ff • N - M- sister of Mrs. H. W. you fit in with hers. ! J°hn<=on, ^ Mrs. G. R. Frfzger- i aid were guests. Fifteen mem- Dear Ann Landers: What do : bers attended. you think should be done in a i case like this? I've never heard j . of a similar incident so we have j Circt6 JVl C6tS nothing to go by. j Our daughter was asked to be' Co-Workers Shutin Circle met i bridesmaid by a very close! with Mrs. Anna Bryan Tuesday friend. All the plans for the wed-1 afternoon. Mrs. Albert Peterson ding were set and the five brides-! presided at the meeting and Mrs. maids ordered their dresses and | Cora Pursley and Mrs. Bryan led head-pieces and had Iheir slippers j devotions. dyed to match their gowns. The; Reports included 28 cards sent, bride, of course, selected everything and as is the custom, each bridesmaid paid for her own out- 47 telephone calls and 19 deeds of kindness. After a Bible quiz contest, the meeting closed with fit. • ' a song. Hallowe'en refreshments Yeslerday (ten days before the j were served. Initiates Three Sadana Chapter 194, O.E.S., Williamsburg, initiated three members Monday evening. They were Mrs. Margie Davis, Paul Davis and Mrs. Francis Reiner. This brings the total number taken in this year to nine. Mrs. Daisy Van Valkenburg presided. An invitation was read to attend the Lyndon Chapter meeting Thursday night and plans made for several to go. It was announced 13 members and officers attended the Quenemo Chapter meeting and presented the skit, "Mrs. Masons". The same skit was presented to Sadana Chapter by the officers in 1913. Following the meeting refreshments were served to 45 members. GAR Ladies District Convention The district meting of Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic was hosted by Princeton Circle No. 33 at Acorn community house Monday. The committee for the potluck dinner served at noon included Mrs. Betty Bechtle, Mrs. Eva Schmitt and Mrs. Goldie Walden. On the decorating committee were Mrs. Marie Wilkinson and Mrs. Harlan Cannady, and for favors, Mrs. Harry Loyd, and registration, Mrs. Frank Cannady and Mrs. Richard Cannady. Mrs. Gladys Whitney, Mulvane. department president, was honor guest. Mrs. Mary Phillips, Kansas City, Kas., led devotions. Mrs. | Frank Cannady, district president, was in charge of the business. District officers present in- j eluded Mrs. Frank Cannady, vice president; Mrs. Rebecca Parry of Kansas City. Kas.. second vice • president; Eva Schmitt, first vice j i president; Mrs. Francis Cannady, patriotic instructor; Oma Roberts, chanlain; Bettv Bechtle. secretary; Mrs. Martha Pitts treasurer; Mrs. Harry Loyd. re porter and musician; Mrs. Rosr Happy and Mrs. Goldie Walder guards, and conductors, Mrs. Alvena Bechtle and Mrs. Mari- Wilkinson. Mrs. Man- Phillips presented •> corsage to Mrs. Whitney from the district. Presenting her a gifi , from the district was Mrs. Parry, and a gift from Princeton Ci r cle was Mrs. Frances Cannady Mrs. Frank Cannady presided Department officers present were Betty Bechtle, registrar: Mr- Franlc Cannady, past department president and present secretary- Martha Pitts, past department president and council of administration; Mrs. Mary Phillips, junior supervisor. Mrs. Parry gave the response to Mrs. Cannady's welcome. Of ficers elected were Mrs. Rebecca Parry, president; Mrs. Man- Phillips, senior vice president; Mrs. Marie Wilkinson, junior vice president; Oma Roberts., chaplain; Martha Pitts, secretary; Mrs. Frank Cannady, treasurer; Mrs. Alvena Bechtle, patriotic instructor; Mrs. Harry Lloyd musician. The officers THE OTTAWA HERALD 7 Thursday, October 26, 1961 * were installed by Mrs. Frank Cannady, assisted by M r s. Gladys Whitney, Mrs. Goldie Walden and Mrs. Frances Cannady. It was voted to hold the next district meeting in Kansas City, Kas. 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