The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 16, 1961 · Page 5
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Ann Landers Your Husband Guilty Of Theft Dear Ann Landers: My boy friend and I are having a disagreement. He's a fast talker and uses a lot of big words so I'm no match for him. Last week we went to a nice place for dinner. There was a clothes rack by the door for men's coats. Ron hung' his new raincoat there. After dinner his coat was gone. The manager said they are not responsible for such losses. Two nights later he w e n t back alone and helped himself to a raincoat which was much nicer thanji i s own — and it fits him perfectly. When he bragged to me ANN about it I was shocked. I say this is stealing. Ron says it is getting even. Who is right?— DEADLOCKED Dear Deadlocked: When a person takes something which does not belong to him it is stealing. Ron's theory that he was "getting even" is a phony. The poor guy whose coat Ron heisted was not responsible for Ron's loss. Why should he be punished? He behaved like the man who knocks his toe on the bedpost and kicks the cat. Dear Ann Landers: Nine of us girls ha«fc been playing poker together for over fifteen years. We've had our little differences but after all is said and done we are devoted to each other. There are rumors around town about the husband of one of our poker circle. He is said to be having an affair with a young girl in his office. We aren't gossip mongers, Ann, but when three of us hear the same story from different sources there must be something to it. I asked my husband if we should tell the wife. He said to keep our noses out of it. Don't you feel that in the name of friendship we should wise her up?-TRUE BLUES Dear Blues: In the name of friendship keep quiet. The way to make a mountain out of a molehill is to keep adding the dirt. Dear Aim: I'm 21 and engaged to be married soon. My mother passed away when I was 16 but I've had good, solid up-bringing. My fiance told me last night that his mother wants to have a talk with me on sex in marriage. She feels that since my own mother is dead it's her place. Frankly there are some unanswered questions in my mind but she's the last person in the world I'd ask. She's the prying type who is constantly pumping for uv formation. Recently she asked me some questions which I felt were none of her business. I had a hard time controlling my temper. My fiance says she'll feel hurt if I refuse to have the talk. Should I sit there and grit my teeth to pacify her?—G.R, Dear G. R.: No. Tell your fiance that the little chat is unnecessary, but you appreciate her interest. For those "unanswered questions" talk to your doctor — or for less clinical information see a marriage counselor. a If alcohol ig robbing you or someone you love of health and dignity, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Help For The Alcoholic," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. CWFjGroups In Meetings Two of the four C.W.F. groups of First Christian Church met in homes of members yesterday. The devotional theme was "Be Thou Our Guide." The lesson topic was "Service for Missions in These Times." It was announced the annual Salmon Dinner will be Nov. 27 at the church. Ruth group had nine members and two guests present at Mrs. Albert Reefer's home. Mrs. Ed Crawford presided. Mrs. J. V. Hiatt gave devotions, and Mrs. Lee Harrison presented the lesson topic. Lydia group hostess was Mrs. Lee Roberts. There were 14 members and one guest present. Mrs. Kenneth Hammond presided. Mrs. Rollie New gave the worship service, and Miss Nellie March presented the lesson. Sociolettes R.E.M. Club met with Mrs. Minnie Morton Tuesday with the seven members answering roll call by telling things they were thank ful for. The members played games and planned a Christmas party, to be Dec. 12 at Mrs. Freda Griffin's home. The Church of the Brethren Mission Society meeting was at Mrs. Russell Wray's home yesterday. There was a short business session. Mrs. George Shuler gave devotions, and Ray Simmons showed a film strip on "Temperance." R e f res laments were served to the 18 ent. C.W.B.C. met Tuesday morning with Mrs. Maxine Stephens presiding. Norma Stewart gave devotions. Committees were appointed for the year. Nine were present. •',"'« ,'!' •',', •" ,, i.!', '"J* Vi i I '>• ', v ,;", !,\;:^^^'<^^' *' MRS. ISABELLA SUFFRON 90th Birthday Members of the family of Mrs. Isabella Suffron, resident of Crestview nursing home, will celebrate her 90th birthday with a family dinner at the home of a son, Charles M. Suffron, in Lawrence. Born in Westfield, N. J., Nov. 17, 1871, she has lived in Kansas more than 80 years, moving to Ottawa from a farm southeast of the city. She was the daughter of J. L. and Frances Miller. Her mother died a few years ago at the age of 90. Mrs. Suffron took voice lessons at Ottawa University. On Nov. 29, 1905, she was married to Charles 0. Suffron who died 11 years ago. Mrs. Suffron has four children, Eugene W. Suffron and M r s. Thomas Michel, Ottawa; Mrs. Raymond Crouch, North Little Initiate Candidates Union Chapter No. 15, O.E.S., initiated three candidates into the order last evening at the meeting in Masonic temple. Mrs. Nancy Lamb, worthy matron, presided. Special guests were Ottawa Masons. A short program was given. Mrs. Roy Donart decorated the serving table, and Mrs. V. A. Schnoke poured coffee. Mrs. Roberta Donart, Mrs. Betty Shoemaker and Mrs. Melvin Dixon served refreshments to the approximately 40 present. tail wags ...Quality is why! MAJESTIC SHADE TREES For late fall and early winter planting. All balled and burlapped or container- grown for safety in planting. Soil conditions are good for planting; plenty of moisture and cool weather make NOW a good! time! Come out and see our selection. PIN OAK. A stately, pyramidal tree with good fall color. Fast growing for a hardwood tree. Deeply cut foliage that holds color late. 5-6 ft., $7.95, 6-8 ft., $11.50, 8-10 ft., $16. BUISMAN ELM. The only elm for this area which is completely resistant to the elm diseases. 6-8 ft., $6.95. SUGAR (Hard) MAPLE. Brilliant fall colors. 6-8 ft., $8.95. BUR OAK. Kansas' Centennial Tree. Broad spreading top, large leaves, mossy-capped acorns. 5-6 ft., $4.95. PINK DOGWOOD. Small ornamental tree with large pink flowers. 3-4 ft., $6.50. WHITE DOGWOOD. 5-6 ft., $4.50, IMPORTED BULBS We still have a good selection of all types of spring - blooming bulbs. Still plenty of time to plant. EVERGREENS Uprights, Spreaders, Globes, Arbor Vitae and Broadleafs. Plant now for immediate effect. Hear Ed Wiltse, see the film "Communism Encirclement" at Memorial Auditorium, Monday, Nov. 20, 8 P.M., Free. Sponsored by Ottawa Elks. \A/II I 1C GARDEN CENTER W W ••••••ft? 5th and Cherry Rock, Ark., and Charles M. Suffron, Lawrence. She has nine grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Burton L. Taul, RFD 2, Baldwin, invite relatives and friends to call at their home during an open house Nov. 19 between 2 and 4:30 p.m. The event is planned to celebrate the couple's Golden Wedding anniversary. They request that no gifts be brought. Zesty Flavor Ever add fresh grated horseradish and apple to whipped cream as a deluxe accompaniment for baked ham. Guest. Night By Sorority Sigma Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa had four guests present for the dinner meeting last evening at Colbern's. They were Miss Maude Adams, Mrs. R. A. Bruce, Mrs. Louise Wellborn and Mrs. Richard Fogle. For the program, Mrs. Henry Staadt gave the history of Alpha Delta Kappa, and Mrs. Letha Figgins told of some of the past projects of Sigma Chapter. Mrs. Duane Garnet, president, reviewed the program planned for the coming year. The Gift That Goes Everywhere .. 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