The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 31, 1961 · Page 7
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Ann Landers Well Explained, Thanks, So Much Dear Ann Landers: Occasional-1 is full of lousy men who, when ly in your column women write about husbands who won't bathe and refuse to brush their teeth. These wives have to sneak their husband's underwear away at night to put it in the laundry. You have pointed out, and correctly so, that such people are ANN are sick, sick. You seldom say anything, however, about the poe- pic who are at t h e opposite end of the behavioral pole. I refer to the •.•razy - clean woman who make a fetish of cleanliness. They My mother was one. She would never shake hands with anyone because she was afriad of "germs." Her home was antiseptic. She even polished the telephone mouthpiece with disinfectant twice a day. These clinical perfectionists use such techniques to bolster their egos. They try to be so flawless that no one can find fault with them. In reality they are dissatisfied with themselves — and unsure. they can't get what they want from a girl, make up vicious lies about her to get even? These same men cooperate beautifully with the easy - marks. It's sort of a "thank you for the favor" arrangement. I've heard many men protect tramps and then run some virtuous girl into the ground. So why don't you get with it, Sister?-HIP HELEN Dear Helen: Sorry, I don't buy your neatly packaged theory. Of course there are some heels who will cheerfully muddy girl's narrve when they can't ge' to first base. But this kind of guy i fools no one. Whatever he says ' is taken with a ton of salt. It's a safe bet that a girl's reputation bears at least a family resemblance to the kind of per- t(M) son she really is. You can count on il. Brownies, Girl Scouts Go To Halloween Masquerade Brad Reynolds entertained the Joys Music Club with a Halloween masquerade party Monday evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Reynolds Members played piano solos. Craig Campbell was awarded :he prize for practice hours by the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and Brad served refreshments. Eleven members and nine guests were present. Larry Lynn will entertain the club on Nov. 29. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 31, 1961 Layette Shower MR. AND MRS. JOHN SINK Anniversar Second and 4th grade Brownies and Girl Scouts, of Wellsville, spent Saturday at Camp Tonga- The well-balanced personality is | W0(xl four miles east of Tonganoxie on old Highway 40. Leaders present included Mrs. Lowe Fris- i i bie, Mrs. Fay Cole. Mrs. William somewhere in the middle. He wants things to br reasonably clean, but he can stand a little dirt, too. I wish you'd say so.- A PHYSICIAN FOR SICK KIDS — John Bacon (rear left), den chief for Den 3, Pack 3074. Cub Scouts, accompanies six Cubs as they present boxes of surprise playthings and books to Ransom Memorial Hospital administrator Bruce Bredeson. Others at back are Mike Mustain and Jerry Stark. In front, from left, are Ronnie Bledsoe, Craig Campbell, Brent Baker and Brad Reynjlds. Den mothers for the Garfield troop are Mrs. Cliff Reynolds and Mrs. Clarence Bledsoe. Open House Mr. and Mrs. John Sink, 704 Cleveland, will hold open house at their home Nov. 5 from 2 to 5 p.m. in celebration of their 60th wedding anniversary. Ellen' Bean and Mr. Sink were married on Nov. 6, 1901, at the home of her parents, Mr. and | Mrs. John Bean, northeast of | Pomona. They have lived in this i area most of their lives. Mr. Sink is a retired farmer. The couple has four sons, Earl. Vem and Ernest, all of RF1) 4, j and Claude, RFD 2, and five ,., . i grandchildren. Olllt | They request that relatives and e '' I friends who call do not bring BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP> gifts. Mrs. John Netherland and Mrs. B. J. Byrne gave a recent layette shower honoring Mrs. James McCrea at the Netherland home. Fall flowers were the decorations. Fifteen guests were present. Those invited from out of town included Mrs. Sid Harrison and Mrs. Larry McGrath. Lawrence: Mrs. Roger Bell. Overland Park, and Mrs. Gerald Schweitzer, Ulysses. wiener roast for her group ati The girls found there were twoj her home Thursday night. ! very large camp sites, one with I FoTGCCLSt The Girl Scouts divided into j tents and the other with Adiron- 1 A c E dacks lean-to's. Thev utiliz^ °- u - WOMEN'S CLUB, ch.nton Dear Physician: You did. And ; Mrs I thank you. ! Dear Ann Landers: I am mar-j rying a swell guy soon. Before he ; started to date me he went j steady with a girl I couldn't' stand. She tried everythijig in the book to cet him away from { me but failed. Finally she gave | up and moved out of town. ! I want her to know that Russ i and I are getting married, but I i don't want her to attend the wed- j ding. Would it be too unheard of j to send her a wedding invitation and write on it, "This is just for your information. Please do not [ attend." I Thank you for your answer, whatever "it is.-LUCKY LOUISE Dear f<ucky Louise: Don't send her an invitation. Someone will be only too happy to give her the "news." Dear Ann Landers: How come a smart tomato like you was taken in by that Big Noise From Winnetka who signed himself "On To Her?" He claimed that he was just j about to give his girl a ring when word drifted back from his pals that she had been chummy with almost every guy in town. Honestly, how dumb can you get? Don't you know this world McLaughlin, Mrs. Mary Anderson, ^ vm ^ Some of ^ ^ bought the food, some cooked it, Pat Roberts, and Cheryl I flnd some . wefe the dean . up The ; Cottage fireplaces in cooking. A group I/OMON-YTITCH »nd CHATTER. Mr 8 . from Kansas City was there Sat- • FIRST METHODIST w.s.c.s. , ! FIRST BAPTIST W.M.S. alSO. - FIRST CHRISTIAN C.W.F. TRINITY W.S.C.S. WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION, Westminster United Presbyterian Church —Muharem Dautovic is suing the Yugoslav government for damages because a bear attacked his wife. The wife was badly while herding sheep. Removals contended irT court that because ?.*: » . Ball, Harry, to 127 S. Locust: Blow, Scotv, tc 904 3. Maple; Baer. Dorothy, mauled from California to 719 W 6th.; Fisher. .. " i Armond T.. from M4 S. Maple, to Law- Muharem rence; Hosklnson, Elsie, from 711 8. '!., from 1104 W. Church CHURCH o! the BRETHREN Ladies Aid UNION CHAPEL W.S.C.S. EASTERN STAR vlass.: Lowrance, El* of the game preservation laws, j £ est |f ^^^"V Kfiyf j!S! the bears have so multiplied that i to"322 s. o_ak: shade, Geneva R., to 314 they have liecome a danger to I s both man and livestock. S. Main; Schulz, Mrs. Chester 127 S Cedar; Thompson, Max, to 110* W. IBUi. , Mrs - Clarence Beckemeyer, Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson, and Mrs. j Maurice Warren took cars for the Second Grade group. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Emery Reeves took i cars for the Fourth Grade Brown-1 ies. Mrs. Clarence Coffman of Wellsville H.D.U., Mrs. Royce Myers and Mrs. Keith Patton: provided transportation for the | Girl Scouts. The H.D.U. is going i to sponsor the Girl Scouts. j The Second Grade group took; sack lunches and toasted marsh-1 mallows. The Fourth Grade girls! cooked out, roasting wieners, po- j tatoes and marshmallows. The! Brownies all went for a hike j down the Nature Trail, played games and sang songs. Third Grade Brownies did not attend since their leader, Mrs. Joanne Baldwin, was unable to be present. Mrs. Baldwin had a tin foil, cooking hamburger, potatoes and; carrots in the coals of the fire. They roasted marshmallows for dessert, and for a snack had apple slices with peanut butter and j raisins. : NOW SHOWING Box Office Opens 7 P.M. Feature Shown 8:00 Only Ottawa Roller 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 Sandra DEE John GAVIN * WHVtRSAl-lliTOTIMlOKH. PiCTUK ...and please dear dreamy, darling Santa Clous ^ A L/m to/ A \\ A // A \1 I H l^^ LJ LnjUUlnaU my Children's Shoes Two Pairs Boys' Lace Boots Children's SHOES KEEN TV SERVICE 114 S. Main CH 2-3490 Boys' Shoes Children's Patch Saddles SELF SERVICE DEPT. SPECIAL SELLING One Lot WOMEN'S SHOES Values to 6.95 FLATS and HEELS New Fall Heels Imported From Iraq SARI PITTED DATES Buy Now For Holiday Baking 29' fc 2^57' Can be purchased also by fhe 35 /b. brick or 70 /b. lug. 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