The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 3, 1961 · Page 6
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Ann Landers Yes, It's Rough On The Children Dear Ann Landers: I' don't i help to allay your fears of love want advice. I just want to put | and marriage. Theraphy has en- inlo words what a broken home can do to a girl. Maybe it will make some so-called adults stop and think before they rush to the divorce courts to break up a marriage. My dad and mother were divorced when I was 12. Mom was devoted to Dad but h.e met another woman and wanted lis freedom. Dad married the other woman. They ANN had two little girls. As I grew up I quite to see my father give them the love and attention that rightfully belonged to me. I've been going with a wonderful boy. He looks a lot like my dad and has the same winning charm. I'm afraid to let myself fall in love. I couldn't bear saw them around town often. It hurt me terribly to go through mother did. the torture my Divorce has made me afraid of love and afraid of marriage. Thank you for letting me get this off my chest—REJECTED Dear Rejected: Your letter expresses well what I've been trying to say for years — that children bear the real brunt of divorce. I hope you will get professional abled many unhappy people to make a good adjustment. Dear Ann Landers: Our daughter is 28 years old. She came home two years ago when her marriage didn't pan out. Her father and I are not young any more and we make just enough working part-time to get by. We are trying to look ahead and save a little for the future because we know a pension doesn't go far these days. Our daughter does nothing but eat, sleep, watch TV and talk on the telephone. She claims the only job she can take is one where she can sit down l>ecause she has flat feet and can't stand long. Yet she has no trouble dancing every night on those same flat feet. Please tell us what to do. This girl has gone to business school and she has earned as high as $80 a week as a secretary. Thanks for any help you can give us.— OLD FOLKS Dear Folks: Spend one more dollar on the lazy hulk. Buy her a pair of arch-supporters and tell her to go out and find herself a job — any kind. Let her know that within 14 days she must pay you $20 a week for room, board and services or out she goes. Step4n Type Dress Does Away With Zipper In Back PROJECT DISPLAY — Miss Ethel Watkins, 102K S. Main, holds cancer dressings from an Achievement Day display by Busy Corner IIDU. The unit includes this community project in its annual plans. PRINTED PATTERN 4637 SIZES 12-: Dear Ann Landers: I'm a girl 15 and I have a big problem. This fellow I've been going steady with is nice, but I am getting bored with him and I want to date others. Whenever I tell him I want to break up he gives me a big sales talk and I wind up defeated. So long as I have his sweater and ring and go to all the hops and games with him no one else will ask me. Going steady is for the birds, Ann, but once you start, it's awfully hard to break off. Please tell me what to do.— EUNICE Dear Eunice: Give back the sweater and the ring plus other loot which may bind you to him. Then tell him goodbye — and make it final. You may sit at home dateless for a few weeks, but the word will get around that you're available and you'll be in circulation again. And, Miss 15, please stay that way! Pretty way to start the day- whip up this easy-sew duster in a print or check fabric. Try one of the new drip-dry blends. Make another version for an extra. special gift to a friend. Printed Pattern 4637: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes Z l /4 yards 45-inch. 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, 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. ^Beauceant Makes Plans Social Order of Beauceant made plans at the meeting last evening for Advance Night on Nov. 16. A buffet supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. for members and guests. Mrs. J. Ray Waddell presided. Birthdays and anniversaries were observed for Mrs. Sam Shumate, Mrs. Jack Stephenson and Mrs. Max Reneau. An invitation was read from Knights Templar to be guests at a dinner on Nov. 10, preceding inspection. Refreshments were served to Knights Templar and Beauceant members by Mrs. W. L. Picker ing, Mrs. H. F. Duvall and Mrs. Frank Jones. WSCS Holds Study Meet Mrs. Elsie Ferguson led the devotions for Trinity W.S.C.S. meeting Wednesday in the church, using Scripture from the book of John. There was group singing with accompaniment by Mrs. Harry Loyd. Mrs. Henry Alban presented the lesson topic, "Jesus Christ, the Light of the World", and led a discussion concerning Christian unity. Mrs. Howard Fisher, president,; opened the meeting with a pray- i er. Secretaries reporting were Mrs. Walter Bolen, Mrs. A. E. Sullins, Mrs. Ben Gibson, Mrs. Walter Pohl, Mrs. Emile Banres, Mrs. Fred Proffitt and Mrs. Loyd. Mrs. Ralph Brinkmeyer told of the Christmas project in conec- tion with the society's mission work. It was announced a rummage sale will be Nov. 4. Mrs. Roy Armstrong told about the newly-formed Wesley an Service Guild, and Mrs. Carroll Xirkpatrick reported on the Susana Wesley Circle. Mrs. Bolen leld a short service on World Federation of Methodist Women. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Max Cartmill, Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Elsie Ferguson. Workshop Patterns _ HAT RACK AND 4 ANIMAL HANGERS PATTERN 381 Use Quickly If you've cored a head of ice berg lettuce and have used part of it, use the rest of the lettuce the next dav. 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 Low Calories Green pepper strips make a good munch for weight-watchers; medium-sized pepper has only 16 calories. THE HANG-UP PROBLEM is solved with five adorable animals. A bunny, a panda, a dog and a kitten are each cut in one with a child-size hanger of !4- inch plywood. Clothes may be hung on the antlers of the deer as well as the pegs below. Pattern 381, which gives actual-size guides and directions, is 35c. It also is one of four patterns in the Child - Pleaser Furnishing!) Packet No. 47—all for $l.—Th« Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept., Bedford Hills, New York. By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Writer NEW YORK (AP) - At least one designer does not underestimate the fury of a woman who cannot, despite her contortions, unzip the back of her dress. He is Jean Louis, a Frenchman from Hollywood, who brought a bevy of beautiful models and boxes of new fashion ideas for the debut of his spring colection here today. One such' idea was the "step- in" tunic dress with a panel of buttons marching down the front far enough for easy entry, feet first, eliminating the need for zippers. Jean Louis' coat-dress is another zipperless style which not only preserves sacroiliacs. It is guaranteed not to deflate those bouffant hairdos which Mrs. Jac-. queb'ne Kennedy did so much to make popular. Although it buttons down the front like a coat, the style resemblance ends there. Like other so- called coat dresses introduced at this spring market, the West Coast couturier's are too fitted and belted to be anything else but a dress. As the show hurried on, the wardrobe progressed from mannish suits with bowler hats; to coats narrow at the shoulder and flared wide from the fitted bosom to floral pastel costume suits; to sultry black crepe cocktail dresses draped in back; and finally to chiffon and beaded formalwear. Except for those step-in dresses, most of Louis' styling was in retreat. The West Coast couturier obviously appreciates a tanned back, for some backs are scooped so low and wide they nearly elim inate the back bodice of the dress altogether. 6 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday,. November 3, 19ol Plan Party Special business at'the meeting Wednesday of Pomona Stitch and Chatter Club was making plans for the Christmas potluck dinner and the revealing of mystery pals. The event will l)e on Dec. 6 at Mrs. Pansy Bowman's home. Mrs. Ralph Belhell, hostess, served the traditional Thanksgiving pumpkin tarts and coffee to her guests. There were 16 mem- i>ers and a visitor, Mrs. John Largent, a former member. The Lar- gents will move soon to a new home in the north. For Rainy Days When it rains, you can keep n child occupied with home-madt! modeling clay. Just moisten a cup of salt and a cup of flour with water that has been tinted with food coloring. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Recovered Tarps & Combine Canvas Repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES 826 Ash CH 2-3243 See our complete selection of fresh, delicious Thursday November In This Christ Spoken Words TECHNICOLOR* 7OMM SUPER TECHNIHAM* Metrn-GoUwyn-Maycr pri'scnls Samuel Bromlons Production Wm HUNTER • SKM McK[NHA • HURD HUMID • ROK RMU-M UNDFORS RITA GUM • CARMEN SEVIIU • BRIGID BAZLEN • HARRY GUARDING^; RIP TORN FRANK THRING • GUY ROIFE • ilAURICE HARSAC • GREGOIRE ASIAN • ROBERT RYAN K Jut* l!» Btpl'il .PHILIP YORDAN • ^NICHOLAS RAY • M**SAMUEL BRONSTON <lt Q'fin D II 31 O.UU I. III. OtCHlSTtA- IOOI • tAlCONY SUM..MON. TU£S, WSD..THUtS... IMS 17.32 II 10 ™, SAT. * MOHDAY evts. ....... J3-M «2.» H.eo MATINEES at 1:30 P.M."""""''""""•- 'SUNDAY 1 HOLIDAYS (7.00 (I JO 11.00 J1.25 11.50 Opp. Courthouse CH 2-3024 Carl Snyder, R.Ph. M fnttt HK/wd« Jo* • FXTKA MATlNttS THANKSGIVING AND DURING CHRISTMAS-NEW YtA»'S_WJtg CAPRI THIATII EnclOMd H V... lllk AT CENTRAL, KANSAS CJTY, MO. _. lor. . _— •**» tar NAME . ADM Eft* CITY ZONC STATE.... nEME 1KCLOSE ItAMnO. Ulf AXftLJiEB IHVUWt CAPRI HTM AT CEMTftAC" uvuinntm Special Consideration to Theatre Parties and Group*. CERAMIC WALLS & FLOORS FORMICA TOPS Inlaid Linoleum TILE Christian Bros. FLOORS CH 2-2285 Ottawa SHOWING MATINEE SATURDAY 1:30 P.M. Tonig'ht — Box Office Opens 6:45 P.M. Shown. 7:00-9:50 — Shown 8:30 Only ** FRI. - SAT. - SUN. are Buck Nites Whole Carload Just $1.00 7:10 9:00 HisFirst BigMotionPictuie! mm Hurry! Last 3 Nites of our 1961 Season Drive-In Theater nurry: juasc a i\iies 01 our iwi HlLLCREST NIKKI half-dog, half-wolf, ...a legend in a vast •*» untamed land! WX00080FTHEWWW TECHNICOLOR' of the Pulple Reef CINEMASCOPE * * SUNDAY * Ht * BOX OFFICE OPENS 1:15 P.M. STARTS Feature Shown at 1:50-4:10-6:30-8:50 L E T U S H E L P Y O U R E D E C O R A T E R E 0 CARLOAD 1 BUYING f SAVES YOU L MONEY! NUZMAN LUMBER LANA EFREM JASON ..,,6£OR6E Possess^ SUSAN THOMAS ..«, BARBARA COLOR JOHN DENNIS wtswx. R E P A I R From the forests to you Our great supply of dry, well- seasoned lumber and carefully- made millwork furnishes the building materials for the homes of our community. Homes well built today, will be homes of permanence and beauty for to- morrow! Building well starts with sound materials. Buying well starts here! Quality is our watchword. Come in and look over our complete supply of quality . lumber and building materials. Get the best! V I S I T 0 U R H O M E P L A N N I N G C E N T E R T O D A Y Free Estimates on all your building and remodeling needs! Our Reputation Was Built on Your Satisfaction! Nuzman Lumber 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572

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