The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 15, 1961 · Page 7
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Ann Landers Build Your Own Body, Tarzana Dear Am? Landers: I'm 17 and my boy friend, Chuck, is 19. He is a physic*! culture enthusiast and is always showing me a new judo hold or some body-building exercise. Last night he tried a double flip on me. I didn't land right and my shoulder was dislocated. It was so painful I thought I broke something so I went in and woke up my folks. They called the doctor. My father is like a madman over this. He says I can't go with Chuck any more because he's a nut and 3oesn't know how to treat lady. Please say s o m ething ANN such a coward I'd take the children- and leave. How does a woman rebuild her faith in a man after such an ordeal?-CRUSHED SPIRIT Dear Crushed: Women who pickle the past and put it on the mantel as a reminder exclude any hope of a happy life. Close the door on yesterday not for him — but for yourself Belive in him and let him know that you do. If you fail to mee' the challenge you will surely drive him back to her arms—or eslewhere. Dear Ann landers: Last year I married a widow who is ten years younger than I am. I built her a comfortable little home and bought her a new car Three months after our marriagi she went 1,000 miles away io vis it her daughter. She stayed nirn to calm my father down. I like weeks. I sent her $200 a month Chuck a lot and it's not as bad I married this woman for com as it sounds.-IN A SLING Dear Sling: What kind of a "lady" lets a fellow practice judo holds on her? I'm not going to be much help as far as Chuck is concerned, j ays a but maybe I can help you by sug- panionship and I'm not gettin; any. In addition to being lonel; when she is away, I have to kee the place straight and cook mos of my own meals because ou comesnonly thre gesting that in the future you insist the boys keep their hands off. Build your body on your own, Tarzana. Dear Ann Landers: I need help j and don't tell me my story is so 1 old if I put it to music I could j register 6ne~trr p "a~y~ear dance to it. It may be old to you but it's new to me. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE W. GRIFFIN (Beller Photo) 50th Anniversary Christmas Plans For Auxiliary Warren C. Black Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, voted at Ihe meeting last evening in Memorial auditorium to send $50 to the Wadsworth V. A. Hospital Christmas gift shop and $25 to the hospital dollar bill fund. Mrs. Howard Henderson presided. Child Welfare chairman Mrs. George McDowell reported that eye glasses had been bought f or a child of a veteran, with the American Legion Post and the Elks lodge sharing the cost. The unit voted to sponsor a family through the year in addition to helping at Thanksgiving and Christmas time. Mrs. McDowell and Mrs. Marjorie Hooper make up the committee to select the family. Miss Gladys Anthony was appointed to fill the unexpired term of membership chairman following acceptance of Mrs. EI d o n Goorl's resignation because of ill health. It was announced that year books will be distributed at the December meeting and that articles prepared for the bazaar, which was cancelled, may be sent THE OTTAWA HERALD J Wednesday, November 15. 1961 prize and gave it to the unit to be sent to the Christmas gift shop. Hostesses were Mrs. Sidney Club Forecast Thursday MUD CREEK &OCIAL, Mrs. Frank Mages JAYCEE JAYNES, social BAXTER SOCIAL, HOUR, Mrs. L. M. »> i HT IT r< tr.'n. 1 Allen, annual Thanksgiving dinnef Drummond, Mrs. H. 0. Williams PEORIA LADIES AID anA Mrs Tcnnin Wiurlrvin Siv+uon KUHAMAH W.M.S. ana Mrs. Jennie wisdom. Mxteen BEAUCEANT, Advance Night members and one guest were present. EAGLES AUXILIARY V.P.W. AUXILIARY-POST family potluclc cuhen urn fkte time you had JUBHEfc Last night she told me he daughter is working too hard an she must go out and help her again. Do you have any advice? -MARRIED BUT ALONE Dear M But A: You are a sap serve as a long-distance cash her daughter should be plenty. If she doesn't agree, tell her to stay 1 learned by accident that myj^th her daughter permanently— husband had an affair with a j arK j g e t a job. woman who pretended to be aj T O | e arn the knack of feeling friend of mine. When I confront- comfortable with the opposite ed him with the evidence he broke down and cried. He said he'd only seen her twice and he never wanted to see her again. The woman moved out of town last week to take another job so I half-way believe him. But how can I trust him after this? If he fooled me so com On Nov. 19, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Griffin, 628 Willow, will hold open house at their home in celebration of their Golden Wedding a n n i v e rs a r y. rriends are invited to call be- ween the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. Virginia E. Osborn and Mr. Iriffin were • married Nov. 21, 1911, at the home of Mr. Grif:in's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam A. Griffin, who lived at 921 S. Locust. The couple lived in Ottawa until 1923, and from 1913 until 1923 Mr. Griffin was employed at the sex, send Tor Ann Landers' booklet "How To Be Date Bait," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. For Juice Count on a medium - sized pletely how can I be sure he j lemon yielding two to three table- won't do it again? If I weren't ( spoons of juice. "Imagination Hits the Ceiling" with new concepts in acoustical ceiling tile and correlated floor tile designed by JOHNS - MANVILLE NUZMAN LUMBER to the Christmas gift shop at city power plant. Mr. and Airs, j Wadsworth VA Hospital. Mem- Griffin Uien moved to Kansas |bers are asked to ^ cash con . City, and he worked as toiler inspector for Hartford Inspection and Insurance Co. for 34 years, retiring in 1957. The couple moved back to Ottawa in 1959 since they have many nieces and nephews living in this area. Their three children are dead. The eledest, Wilbur, who attended school in Ottawa, was killed in 1936. The Griffins have one granddaughter, Mrs. Lee Farrell, Henderson, Nev., and three great- grandchildren. tributions for the gift shop if they do not wish to send gifts. All DECEMBER BRIDE - Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Blakeman, RFD 4, announce the approaching marriage of (heir daughter, Nancy Ruth, to Harold Lloyd Melton, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Melton, Burlington, N. C. The wedding will be Dec. 16. Miss Blakeman is employed by the State Welfare Department in Topeka. Mr. Melton is stationed at Forbes AFB, Topeka. cash gifts may be sent to the j treasurer, Mrs. Ray Howell. Announcement was made of the second district membership rally to be at Paola's Armory Nov. 19. with a potluck dinner at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Villa Hylton, guest from Council Grove, won the door GET RECIPES ON SIDE OF THIS CARTON HOMOGENIZED 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 At 20, She's Mom, Dad To Eight By RICHARD YOUNGBLOOD Grand Forks Herald WA11ROAD, Minn. (AP)—Since the 4-year-old twins who still do September, Rita Foster, 20, has not understand what happened to been mother and father to eight their parents, began to cry, she would have meant splitting them j up, and I will not have that." Her voice had the snap of authority as she told one of the younger children to hari« up her coat, another to stop teasing her ai.ster. a third to get off the table. "Sometimes they forget who's boss," she explained, "and I have to holler a little to remind them." younger brothers and sisters. Then- father died from cancer in September, a year almost to the day after cancer had taken the life of their mother. Rita stepped in to keep the family together. Several relatives live in the Warroad community. Rita says, "I suppose we could have sent the kids to live with them. But that swept them into her arms to comfort them. "I'm just trying to run this household the way mom or dad would have run it," she said. The other children are Nancy, 17, and Michael, 15, her chief helpers, Gloria, 14, Barbara, 12, Delores, 11, and Roberta, 9. LAMPS Distributed in Ottawa by MAX PIERSON » SUNRISE DAIRY Ph. CH 2-4615 We have the larg- est selection of f ac- , tory-fresh Lamps in this entire area! Choose from New Colors... ( Lavender • Buttamy Melon • Antique Gold . . . etc. Buy One Lamp at Reg. Price of $9.95 GET SECOND LAMP FREE "The, Small Store with the Bis Deal" WHITE'S Furniture & Appliance Your Franchised G.E. Dealer 330 S. Main CH 2-4637 AN EARLY AMERICAN DREAM BY SPRAGUE & CARLETON MAPLE dbmplements any bedroom scheme — Sprague & Carleton's Windsor Chair Back Bed. Charming, gracious, it is all solid rock maple . . . worked by the hands of master craftsmen to flood your room with the beauty of its deep tone and fine grain. Finished in exclusive MAPLELUX*, this beauty lasts a lifetime, resisting burns, stains, scratches. See this and other lovely pieces in our Sprague & Carleton collection for living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms. All highest quality, reasonably priced. •MAPLELUX ii the trademark of SpraffU* * Carleton Maple, Colby's FURNITURE 226-28 So. Main Complete line of Gifts... Housewares GIRDLES \J PANTIE GIRDLES NYLON POWER NET Smooths your lapline ond keeps you pretty.,. sitting. See how lop bulges vanish thanks to Silf Skin's exclusive slimming lapel panels of Nylon Power Net and satin lastex. Hips and thighs seem trimmer... your lap line becomes smooth and lovely... Pick the version that lives your life. Pantle, Lengleg, Brief Md Girdle from $5.95 Canty Illustrated . . . 14.95 The Ottawa Elks urge you to hear Ed Wiltse and see "Communism Encirclement" Memorial Hall, Nov. 20, 8. P.M., FREE. E-S CASUAL SHOP another reason your new range should be GAS& On new gas ranges you can dial a selection of low temperatures never before possible. Until recently, 250° F. was about the lowest oven temperature available. Now with settings down to lAO'F. you can keep foods warm and table-ready for hours —- without over-cooking or drying out. Other important advantages of gas ranges equipped with this amazingly accurate control include thawing frozen food and warming dishes. Even your finest china can b« warmed without fear of damage. And now you can prepare those delicious foods that require a slow, steady oven heat. See the new low temp gas ranges soon. Enter a whole new world of cooking pleasure. AUTUMN SALE! Today't automatic ••• «"§«• have w many wonderful features— yet cost law to buy. Install and operate—you'd think everyone would cook with gat. As a matter of fact, most home. maker* do. 230 S. Main Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-2144 see your Gas range dealer THE G AS Si R¥ ICE Co.

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