The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 30, 1961 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
Issue Date:
Monday, October 30, 1961
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Ann Landers No, Sis, He Just Ain't Returning KANSAS IS FIRST — Mrs. J. Howard McKay, national president of American Legion Auxiliary, received first donation from state of Kansas toward building cold war briefing room at Freedom Foundation, to be built at Freedom Center, Valley Forge, Pa. Mrs. Horn's Dunham, Erie, department president from Kansas, made presentation. Room will contain all available data on ways to combat and defeat communism and will be open to civic and patriotic organizations, educators, students and civilians. Gettinger Family Reunion A reunion of one brother and five sisters of the Gettinger family, reared in this area, held a reunion during the weekend. All had dinner together yesterday at Colbern's and went afterward to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller. Mrs. Miller is the former Merle Gettinger. Also present were Dr. and Mrs. L. S. McLeod and Mr. and Mrs. John Rainbolt, Tulsa; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gettinger, Quenemo; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cain, Paola, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis, RFD 2. Mrs. McLeon was Edith Gettinger, Mrs. Rainbolt was Dott Gettinger, Mrs. Cain was Beth Gettinger, and Mrs. Davis was Ruth Gettinger. Others present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fitzgerald and five daughters. At the Miller home, the family held a pre-Christmas gift exchange and had a buffet supper. The Tulsa guests remained overnight and left today. Vacation Trip Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cation, Garnett, and Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Cannady have returned from a 4-day motor trip. They visited friends in Nevada, Mo., and the Harry S. Truman birthplace in Lamar, Mo. They spent some time in Springfield, Mo., and made a scenic Glade top tour of 65 miles near Ava, Mo., in Mark Twain na tional forest and drove to Eureka Springs, Ark. At Wagoner, Okla., they visited Ft. Gibson lake in Sequoyat State Park and Ft. Gibson dam. They visited the Will Rogers Memorial in Claremore, Okla. and the world's largest gun collection in Mason Hotel. The couples toured the Frank Phillips ranch near Bartlesville Okla., and saw the Woolaroc Mu seum display. En route home they stopped in Sedan to visit Rev and Mrs. R. B. Craig. Socialettes Dear Ann Landers: I'm a girl, 18, who graduated from a small town high school and came to the city to work. I got a job as a receptionist with a big company where I meet a lot of people — especially salesmen. Three weeks ago a very attractive guy came in . He seemed awfully refined so I accepted a dinner date with him. He took me to a lovely place and we had a few drinks ANN and dined and danced. He said he was a lover of classical music and asked if I had any records. To make a long story short he came to my place. We had some more drinks and he recited poetry and talked about Albert Schweitzer and Zen and things like that. I hate to admit it but I got weak and let my heart rule my head. He promised to phone in a few days to make a date for the weekend. Well, almost three weeks have gone by and I haven't heard from him. I can't believe he was giving me a line. Something terrible must have happened to him. What do you think?-WORRIED Dear Worried: Something terrible happened all right. But it happened to you — not him. The picture usually looks different through male eyes. He ^ you what a differecne H has made in my b'fe. Tom works in a warehouse where the men are constantly drinking on the job. Every night when he comes home from work he tells me how they pass the bottle around. When he refuses they kid him about "being afraid of his old lady." I love my husband and I want to keep him well and sober. What can I do?-MRS. TOM Dear Mrs. Tom: Booze fighters need constant encouragement. Keep his ego bolstered by telling him how much you love him and how proud you are of his victory. Encourage him to go to A.A. meetings regularly. When he offers his hand to help lift a fallen brother— as he was helped— he THE OTTAWA HERALD /fonday, October 30, 1961 BROTHERS — Brett Allen, 18 months old. and Monte Lee, 4, are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thompson. Chanute. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pres Thompson, West 19th, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, 1420 S. Main. gains renewed own fight. strength for his Ancient Animal Fashion Pattern Workshop Patterns TWO sleeve styles! Choose a classic set-in or new, funnel sleeve for this elegant, but easy sheath. Bloused bodice with smart side angle on buttoning, collar less neck, back pleat skirt. Printed Pattern 4705: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 takes 3^ yards 39-inch fabric. Send Thirty-five 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, ensembles, all sizes, all in our new Pattern Catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 35c. G. G. Club was entertained by Mrs. Martha Van Meter Friday afternoon with 10 members present. The afternoon was spent visiting. Mrs. F. J. Lundstedt and Miss Nellie Teague assisted in serving refreshments. V.F.W. Auxiliary held its annual Halloween party Friday evening at the hall for members and families. Twenty-five were present. There were games and contests. Refreshments were served at the close. Visiting through the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Theron T. Johnson were his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roberts, Ft. Scott. Houseguests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wint Winters and children, Wint, Mary Elizabeth and Danny, are Mrs. Winters' grandmother, Mrs. J. W. Morsbach, and aunt, Miss Ida Schlesinger, both of Chicago. Miss Schlesin- i ger will leave tomorrow. Mrs. 'Morsbach will remain this week len go to Dallas, Tex., to visit son. Ottawa Horticulture Study lub has postponed its meeting cheduled for tomorrow. It will meet with Mrs. Harold Johnson Nov. 7. gave you a big pitch and you went for it. Why should he come back? The sample was ample. Dear Ann Landers: The fellow next door is seven months young- grew up to- no romantic er than I am. We gether and I have EVERYTHING if you have this IS AT HAND step table be- interest in him at all. He is like a relative. I'm a high school sophomore Public Auction I will sell the following at Public Auction located at the farm 1 mile north of Princeton and 3 miles east, on Wed, Nov. 1, 1961 (Starting at 1:00 P.M.) FURNITURE — Divan; victrola; radios; buffet; tables; chairs; 9x12 rug; bed; oil refrigerator; cabinet; stools; 22 rifle; dishes & fruit jars. MACHINERY — Corn planter; cultivators; lister; plows; 2 mowers; rake; wagon & harness. Loose alfalfa; lawn mower; saws; ladder; hand tools; 80 hedge posts; oil barrel; heavy tank; modftl T parts; and lot of other articles too numerous to mention. R. E. TROUT, Owner Aucts: Ben Printy & Son » Clerk: Jean Printy Terms: Cash. Not responsible for accidents now and he is just a lowly freshman. He has already invited me to go to the Christmas dance with him. I don't want to accept. Besides being like a relative, he's a lousy dancer. My mother says I must be considerate of his feelings. I also realize that some time in the future I may be stuck for a date and he would come in mighty handy. So, you see, I'm on the— HORNS OF A DILEMMA Dear Horns: Level with the guy and tell him exactly how you feel. If he's willing to serve as an emergency parachute— fine. In exchange for his generosity, teach him how to dance. Dear Ann Landers: My h u s- band used to be a heavy drinker. He hit bottom arid I had just about given up hope when a friend took him to an A.A. meeting. He's been dry for almost five years now and I can't tell side your easy chair. A lamp on the top shelf is just right for reading and there is plenty of space for magazines, books and other things on lower shelves. Pattern 439, which gives actual-size cut ting guides and directions, is 35c This pattern also is one of four in the Simple Furniture Projects Packet No. 62 — all for $1.— The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept. Bed ford Hills, New York. on The Baby Has Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born Oct. 26, to Jr. and Mrs. Walter Clinton Poter, 509 N. Mulberry, has been named Arlie Mae. She weighed lb., 9 oz. The son born Oct. 27, to Mr. and Mrs. George Clayton Small Jr., 721 King, has been named Stanley Dwayne. He weighed 8 b., 11 oz. Ottawa Boiler Rink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri., 7:30 to 10:00 Sat nights, 8:00 to 11:00 Private Parties Mon., Tues., and Thurs. 2nd and Main CH 2-9704 Safe Cracked ST. MARY'S, Kan. (AP)-Burg ars cracked a safe at Gockel's IGA store in St. Mary's Sunda night and escaped with $1,146 in checks and currency, Sheriff W P. McKinnon said. The sheriff said the theft look ed like the work of professionals Club Forecast Tuesday OTTAWA HORTICULTURE study Club, Mrs. Harold Johnson By JOY MILLER AP Women's Editor NEW YORK (AP)-The unicorn, hat favorite mythical beast of the diddle Ages, was supposed to ave looked like a white horse with a long horn on his forehead. It seems somewhat unlikely herefore that a fashion designer, who knows better than anyone mw touchy women are about be- ng equated with equines, would name her choice new silhouette after a horse's relative, however maginary. But Pauline Trigere boldly in roduced the unicorn at her resort and spring showing Thursday night. Presumably she created no lard feelings. It was gone at cautiously, of course. First, there was the unicorn hairdo by Michel Kazan. Each model's hair was swirled high on her head, the sides brushed forward and the top down over the forehead. Soon they began wearing little cone-shaped unicorn hats by Miss Trigere and Mr. John, possibly inspired by the famous movie headgear of the late Chico Marx. The hats were worn precariously far back on the head, remaining secure only by the uncompromising position of the models' S-shaped spines. Finally came the unicorn silhouette, and it seemed the high- busted, high-waisted empire all over again. There was one startler: A uni- Choose Name For Circle Susana Wesley was the name :hosen by the mothers circle of Trinity Methodist W.S.C.S. at the ecent meeting with Mrs. Carroll {irkpatrick. Mrs. Max Cartmill was co-hostess. Mrs. Howard Fisher was in charge of the installation, and Mrs. Cartmill conducted a pledge service for the new members, assisted by Mrs. Denny Peterson, Mrs. Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. James Gilette was appointed to the benevolent committee. Appointed to a calling committee were Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Ben Myers, Mrs. Bud Fowler, Mrs. Max McCready and Mr». Bill Curry. sleeve dress. One long sleeve ant one bare arm protruded from a pale blue fragonard knit. 1 seemed just the thing to give a split personality a little chic. Color was rampant in Miss Tri gere's resort collection. Tropical flora and fauna were reproduced either in color or print on slim, easy, wearable dresses. Some had reversible capes or stoles. Waistlines were mostly at the usual place, and skirt length seems unchanged for the new season. WMS Meets Mrs. William Little, guest from Olathe, gave the program on "Foreign Missions" for W.M.S. o! North Baptist Church at Fellowship hall Thursday night. Mrs. L. M. Wright presided, and Mrs Fred Kaub gave devotions. Mrs. Hattie McDowell dedicated the love gift. Frances Kearney circle hosted the meeting. Twenty- s,ix attended. Bridal Shower Rosalie Jockman, Richmond, was given a bridal shower Friday evening in St. Boniface hall, Scipio, honoring her approaching marriage to Ronald E. Sims. Miss Jockman is a clerk-typist in the accounting office of Sinder son, Mueller and Henning. A pink and white color scheme was carried out in decorations and refreshments. Joyce Jockman and Alberta Peine assisted with the gifts. 15% DISCOUNT on Dry Cleaning CASH and CARRY Gorsage Cleaners 118 W. 3rd Use Deep Bowl Use a deep narrow bowl when you are beating eggs to the lemon-colored or ivory-colored stag* with a rotary (hand or electric) beater. SHIRTS 5 For'1.00 Same Day Service Laundry & Dry Cleaning Launder-lt 111 E. 2nd CH 2-4195 Mgrs.— Arietta Marconett and Beulah Page NOW SHOWING Box Office Opens 7 P.M. Feature Shown 8:00 Only Sandra DEE John GAVIN Your FASHION Store UNDERSTATED DISTINCTION . . . ALL-OVER QUALITY . . . marks this Lampl Kingsley slipon, full* fashioned in softly blended wool, nylon and fur fiber. Looped* edge Bermuda collar, button and loop plaquet and raglan j'-iv- --"nbine »o give you years of proud wear. 34-40. $12.95 Wool skirt in subdued shadow plaid with 7Vi% fur fib«f|| seat lined, rear pleat. 2 Dockets. Colors to bUod with sweater. 7-17, 8-20. 11 o oc EE HOME TRIAL witunowcrs.. t^g*-, * \ . - -. ^/* *\, 'tr+sv+f' FOR | BRAND NEW 1962 FRIGIDAIRE WASHER Automatic Soak Cycle! Patented 3-Ring "Pump" Agitator! Dispen—- '-••-•• *)ds automatically! PHONE CH 2-4565 for Free Home Tria , Model WDA-62 HURRY! OFFER GOOD FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY! • U>C»l THADIMAMU. b. Let Flowers Say The Words It Is Impossible To Find. Why Be Without A Good Dependable Automatic WASHER When you can buy the Model WDA-62 for as low as ... 99 195 Each Matching Electric DRYER Model DDA-62 For only . . . 139 95 HARDWARE&APPLIANCfS 116 South Main Ph. CH 2-4565 EASY TERMS 24 Months To Pay ^ Other Sweaters Starting at $2.98 Skirts at $6.98 many are available in Co-ordinate Colors. I fe Terr-ill's in Ottawa .. . TerrilPs in Ottawa

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free