Ann Landers Tell This Young Squirt-Plainly PRINTED PATTERN 4826 FOR Dear Ann Landers: I'm a young matron, 27, with a fine husband and two small children I shop at a neighborhood supermarket and the store is a great convenience, so please don't tell me to shop elsewhere. A young fellow who works at the market (I'd guess him to be about 19) is overly friendly. Whenever 1 c o m e in he drops everything to give; me "personal at ( e"n t i o n." ANN He once offered, half jokingly, to deliver rny groceries during his lunch if I'd fix him a sandwich. Yesterday he came up behind me and put his hands around my of all i first and then decide if we're JUJ good enough to eat with. What is your opinion this? And please tell me what is the proper next step. — INSULTED Dear Insulted: Someone invented a terrific gadget. It is called a telephone. Pick one up and call your son's future mother-in- law and introduce yourself. You '< should have done this when he told you he was going to marry • the girl. \ It's proper for the parents of the boy to contact the girl's parents and issue a get-together invitation if they have never met. And please take that chip off your shoulder, Madame, it's always the sign of wood — higher hour up. Dear Ann Landers: 1 work for a trucking outfit and was re- waist. I was so shocked I didn't cently transferred to this city know what to say. I'm no prude and I've been 1 don't want to report him be- around some pretty tough guys cause he may lose his job. What; all my life, but the language I can I do?—MRS. DON'T KNOW! hear on this job is pretty hard to take. Dear Mrs.: This frseh punk should be put in his place and don't hesitate for one minute to do it. The next time he puts his Women Hear Guests Talk Woman's Association of Westminster United . Presbyterian Church had two guest speakers from Parsons yesterday, Mrs. Frank Hazlett and Mrs. Powell Aubrey. They gave talks both morning and afternoon and showed slides, bringing highlights of the first national meeting of United Presbyterian Women held at Purdue University, Indiana, in June. The subject of the program was "Targets for Concern: N ? ew Na tions in Africa and Youth in a Changing World". Mrs. A. C. Carpenter presided. A luncheon at noon was follow-j ed by a praise service arranged i by Mrs. W. B. Smith. Assisting] Mrs. Smith were Mrs. Robert j i Spencer, Mrs. Charles Weaver j ' and Mrs. Ruth Wickard. Mrs. j ! John Sheldon gave a vocal solo, i accompanied by Mrs. Guy Gibbs. Entertains Music Club Susan Minnick entertained the Organist For Thirty Years Mrs. Earl S. Helen Marcell Bellman, Washington, D. C., daughter of Mrs. R. C. Marcell, 1015 S. Main, recently celebrated her 30th year as organist and choir director at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. College Park, Md., by presenting an organ recital. A reception in her honor was in the parish hall following the recital. Mrs. Bellman recently was elected sub-dean of the Washington Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Her professional work also includes 29 years as a teacher of music in the District of Columbia public schools. Two of her published compositions for i the organ are "Meditation on ! Altar Windows" and "Cantilena". Mrs. Marcell recalls that 40 years ago this month her \V^nesd'av!^ u g hler , b «: ame , or ? an , i ? t at th ? First Methodist WSCS Meeting Mrs. J. L. Rokes gave the devotional topic, "Jesus Christ, Light of the World'Y for First Methodist W.S.C.S. meeting at the church yesterday. The program was given by a guest speaker, Dr. Ray P. Jennings. First Baptist Church pastor. He spoke on "World Council of Churches." Mrs. Walter Crawford of Paola was a guest. Forty-seven members attended. The Dorcas circle served refreshments with Mrs. W. C. Goodman pouring coffee. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Nov. 2, 1961 WSCS Meets The Union Chapel W.S.C.S. lesson topic, "World Council of Churches", was given by Mrs. Thomas Ferrer yesterday at the church after Mrs. John Forrer gave devotions. Mrs. J. E. Thornton presided. Plans were made to serve lunch on Nov. 20, at the church sale. Mrs. Raymond Hay and Mrs. Thornton served refreshments to the 14 members and one child present. The hostess committee included Mrs. W. R. Gamble, Mrs. H. A. Schnelle, Mrs. G. T. Kelsey, Mrs. R. R. Redmond. Mrs. i Federated Church at 4th after little girl on Christ- hands on you let him have it right in the corn-meal mush department. Make it clear if he doesn't stay over on his own side of the cash-,,. .,,. . , , .. .. . , .„ , , . . ; Quitting is out of the question register you 11 report him to: ? , _ b ^ t _ L ___:.._:,.. 1 Surprise mas with this star's wardrobe! One guy in particular tells one ! Includes coat, hat, evening gown, rotten joke after another. Some- i robe, full and slim dresses, bo- times the girls from the office ]ero, nightie, petticoat, panties, come out to check on a load num-! Printed Pattern 4826: For ber and I'm scared they'll hear grownup dolls 10'/2, 18. 20, 22 some of this filthy talk. ! inches. Yardages in pattern. I've made it plain where I Please state size, stand but it doesn't do any good. Girls Music Club evening at the home of her par . . enls, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Min- Mam - flrsl ....... . . gan was installed in the church. Former Ottawans attending the recital were Mr. and Mrs. Gard- Ward Ralston. Mrs. W. A. Penny, j p t -j/ e for practice hours by the Mrs. Earl Read. Mrs. W. D. Ban-! c i u b sponsor. Mrs. R. L. Stevens, croft and Miss Carrie Adams. j Mrs. Minnick ad Susan served Other guests present were Mrs. i refreshments. nick. The members and Ann Minnick. a guest, played piano solos. Sharon Morse was awarded the John Gehman, Parsons, and .Mrs. Calhoun, Emporia. Nine members and nine guests were present. and ner P. Walker Jr., Mrs. John (Mary Alice Washburn), Herbert and her husband. Mrs. Gladys Burk Jensen and her husband, LI. Col. C.P.N. Jensen. The four couples are friends. Donate To Book Fair The Association for Childhood Education voted last evening to donate $10 to the Community Book Fair fund and to assist in any way possible with the fair. Miss Nelle Barnaby gave a talk about the Book Fair and showed some of the books and original j illustrations to be displayed. j The Association presented the book, "Joan of Arc", to the children's room. Mrs. Zena Ponton presided at the meeting in Carnegie Free Library. Clean Driftwood Before you use driftwood t:i part of a table centerpiece, clean it thoroughly with a brush and soak it in a strong solution of household bleach. See - Free - Film DIVINE WILL INTERNATIONAL ASSEMBLY of JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES in Color World's Largest Christian Convention Vi million persons from 125 lands. 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