The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 14, 1961 · Page 7
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0 THE OTTAWA HERALD 9 Tuesday, November 14, 135.1 Ann Landers Advice Helped Get Her A Man Dear Ann: You helped me win the man I love and here's how you did it: I had a habit of falling head over heels. I'd go steady, hot and heavy — no holds barred — because it seemed like the honest approach to love. After a few months I'd find myself dropped, with no explanation. I was left broken-hearted and ashamed. I wrote and asked you why T. had lost five good marriage prospects inside of 18 months. You let me have it right between the eyes. Then I met Ted — the best of the lot. I de- ANN dded to take your advice. Yes, he tried, but I said "Look, Busier, if the frustration is to much for you, find another girl." We are being married in January and I'm going to name our first daughter after you. He'll never know it's you, Ann. I'll let him think it's his Aunt Anna.— HAPPY NOW Dear Happy: So am I. And delighted, too. A farmer in Edgerton, Wiscon- PRINTED PATTERN 4954 /C /r=? ( / Coat and skirt costume or walking suit — handsome in tweeds, flannels for city, suburbs, travel. Slim and straight lines— the simplest-to-sew, smartest. Printed Pattern 4954: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 coat takes 2% yards 54-inch fabric; skirt takes 1 yard. 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. sin once named a horse after me, but never before has a reader honored me in this way. Many thanks. Dear Ann Landers: I lost my beloved husband five months ago. We had no children and my entire life revolved around him. Now that he's gone I am lost. A close friend has offered me a fine position in a home for wayward girls. Before my marriage I did social work and en! joyed it. I have a lovely apartment and I don't need the money. This job would require me to give up my place and move to another city. There are times when I feel I must get away from all these memories, and other times I can't bear the thought of leaving. What is your advice?— SEARCHING L Dear Searching: Keep your apartment intact and try the position for six months. If it doesn't work out you can always return. New surroundings and work into which you can put your heart may be your salvation. .It's worth the gamble. Dear Ann Landers: I'm a young bride who has been married only seven months. My husband and I have a lovely two- bedroom bungalow and are awfully happy. When I was nine my mother died and my grandmother took me to raise. I shudder to think of what could have happened to me if Grandma hadn't been so open-hearted. She lives in a city 250 miles away and last night I told my husband that I would like to invite Grandma to visit us for a week. She has never seen our home and it would give her a lot of pleasure. He shocked me by saying, "If you invite her I'm going to take my vacation that week. I can't stand old people." We've never had a fuss and I don't want any trouble in our marriage. What shall I do?— LAVENDER BLUE Dear L. B.: So he can't stand old people? And what does he plan to do with you when you get old? Shoot you? Invite your grandmother to 'visit you for a week. If your hus- 'band isn't grown up enough to stay home and be a cordial host, let the big baby take his vacation. Dear Ann Landers: I will be 13 in a few months but I am very grown up for my age. My mother likes my older sister better than she likes me and she gives my sister the breaks. This is what's happening right now. My sister is having a boy-girl party for her 17th birthday. Mom says I can say hello to the guests but after that I have to go to my aunt's house for the night. I think the real reason I'm not wanted is because my sister is afraid I will get some attention from the boys. My actions are very grown up and I am cuter Hearing Expert Due In Ottawa Sonolone's hearing specialist, Harry Hilderman of Topeka, will i be in Ottawa to give free examinations and counsel on hearing problems Thursday, November j 16th. " ! Any of your friends ur family j who have a hearing problem are welcome to consult Mr. Milder- • man, free of charge and to get an audiometric test and "picture" ' of their hearing. , Investigate, too, the new Sono- j tone "ear level hearing aid." This ! Sonotone is worn entirely at the | ears easily, comfortably and inconspicuously With nothing on the body, "clothes rubbing noises'* are eliminated. It is so light and comfortable the wearer will forget he is wearing it in just a few minutes. It will delight the ears and eyes of many who have been waiting for a hearing aid. So come lo the North American i Hotel in Ottawa, Thursday, November 16th. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., | or phone for an appointment in ! yinir own home No charge and certainly no obligation. 'Paid Adv.)' Winner/ "Take it from me— See your doctor first and bring your prescription to—" RANEY REXALL DRUG 304 S. Main CH 2-3092 PRESCRIPTION DRUGSISTS Prescription Delivery CHRISTMAS PROJECT - Junior High Girl Scout Group No. 304 collected metal and wooden toys as community project and took them to Dr. J. E. Wallen who will recondition them. They will be used by social welfare agencies to include in Christmas baskets ta brighten holiday for a number of families. Dr. Wallen does work as his contribution. From left are Beverly Schmidt, Kari Brown, Edna Graham, Christy Nichols Becky Warnock (with banjo), Sara Doty and Sarah Steere. Annie Laury (kneeling) holds a kitten which isn't included. It just tagged along. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) than most of the dummies she is inviting. Do you think it is fair for a grown up girl to be kicked out of her own home just because her older sister is having a party? Please stick up for me.—VERY MATURE Dear Very: "Almost 13" is still 12. This is too young to be a guest at a boy-girl party. Your mother asks that you leave the house because she knows you won't fit in with the group and she doesn't want you to be uncomfortable. Your turn will come, and when it does you'll be glad you didn't rush things. The Baby Has Been framed The son born Nov. 4 at Elkhart General Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Bill D. Garrett. 1419 Cone St., Elkhart, Ind., has been named Martin Dee. He has two sisters, Jacqueline Jo, who will be 10 on Jan. 1, 1962, and was i the 1952 New Year's baby at Ransom Memorial Hospital; and Kristine,' seven. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Garrett, Wellsville; and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil W. Kunard, Elkhart. Great-grandmothers are Mrs. Lillie Me- Cullough, Ottawa; and Mrs. W. G. Kunard, Edgerton. At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The son born Nov. 12, to Mr. and Mrs. James Elwin Tyson, 1641 S. Main, has been named James Allen. He weighed 7 lb., 14 02. The daughter born Nov. 12, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Irvin Haney, Osawatomie, has been named Julie Marie. She weighed 7 lb., 8 oz. Zigzag Club Mrs. John Sommers, Greeley, was hostess for Zigzag Club yesterday. Members displayed articles they had sewed and Christmas ideas, and elected officers. Mrs. Ross Kimball, Lane, received the surprise package. Mrs. Betty Shoemaker, Prince- jton, became a member. The club I planned a potluck Christmas din• ner and gift exchange for Dec. 11 at Lane Methodist Church annex with the Lane members as hostesses. What's Your. Answer How much money will you have to earn to replace a dollar you have drawn from your savings account? Here's our Answer: You will have to earn from $1.20 to $11.00, depending on your income tax bracket. But every dollar you can leave on deposit in your PEOPLES NATIONAL savings account grows still bigger as it earns money for you, year after year. Guaranteed Interest Paid on All # SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Another Way to SAVE.. is with a . . . PEOPLES NATIONAL AUTO LOAN Because You SAVE 2 WAYS Please Come in for Details HEAR Ed Wiltse Speak on Communism Memorial Auditorium, Nov. 20, 8 p.m. FREE Sponsored by Ottawa Elks Peoples —• /*^rx^ MEMBER F.D.I.C. Hip Skimmers Dropped To Near Arrest Level By SUE REILLY BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) —The American woman is going bare in yet another spot. Styles shown at the llth annual press week of California fashion designers left little doubt about that Monday. Most of the tight-fitting, bulge- revealing Capri pants now known as St. Tros pants, stretch pants, hip skimmers, jodhpurs and Southhamptons, are about an inch below the navel and three inches above arrest level. Teen-age boys get sent from from schol for wearing levis that way. These low flying creations are being shown with everything from sweatshirts to midriff briefs. The sweatshirts aren't even on speaking terms with the old- fashioned baggy type with the name of alma mater across the front. These come in ladylike jersey, cotton and miracle fabrics. Pink carnations and blue roses dance fancifully around the figure, helping to take attention away from the abbreviated pants. The only relation the new-stlye shirts have to the old is their shape. Even that has been altered to a more ladylike silhouette with a few strategic tucks and pleats. Midriff briefs are two pieces of cloth and a few buttons. The effect of the abbreviated pants and the more than abbreviated briefs is devastating. One at-home jump suit—called the kitchen mec — top and tight all over, if every gal wore that in the kitchen there'd be very little cooking done. We could lick the overweight problem." Stuff Celery Mix equal parts of cream cheese and Roquefort in an, electric blender; or force through a fine strainer to make smooth. Use as a filling for 2-inch lengths of celery; sprinkle the cheese filling with paprika for a pretty touch. Let Us Bake Your Thanksgiving TURKEY We will also stuff and carve if you like Call for further information CH 2-3820 Dick's Pastries 320 S. Main HOMR BARWARE ^ LibbeyJJIass ^^t jvtSfftoiZu&it&t* sets by LIBBEY GLASS Come in and see tlwst new Home Banwie sets today, too* fv this WE display that shnwj all Ine MIS. Here's the glassware made especially for entertaining at home. Flair Glasses are Libbey's award- winning design . . . Stemware is Libbey's most popular pattern. All have smooth, chip-resistant drinking edges guaranteed by i^"^^"-^^ Sttmwar* available in , Cordial, Champagne or King Size Cocktai:, Wine. Pilsner $5.40 per dozen ' flan ivtf dM>j.'" 3Vi<a. lOcj. COCKTAIL PILSNER IS at COOLER Flair Glasses available in Old Fashioned, Collins, Hi-Ball, Cooler, Sour, Jigger » $li80 up Ideal Gift Items CORNING WARE Do Your Christmas Shopping at the DAVIS PAINT STORE Westmoreland MILK GLASS (large variety) Use Our LAY-A-WAY PLAN New Gift Items Now On Display Large Assortment - Popular Prices 4 Days WALLPAPER SALE! Our everyday prices on Wallpaper carried in stock are less than established Retail Book Prices but ... during this special sale you can save MUCH MORE. Buy now at Y 2 of Retail Book Prices All sidewall papers carried in stock included. Not |ust odds and ends or short lots, but fine Studio and Decorator patterns included. • Hear Ed Wiltse speak on Communism, Memorial Hall. Nov. 20 — 8:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Ottawa Elks. DAVIS PAINT Associate Store HAROLD LEITNAKER, Owner Gifts CH 2-2491 House wares 129 S. Main

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