The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 12, 1971 · Page 51
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Talk It Over When He's Sober DEAR ANN LANDERS: For years my husband and I drank mote than most people. We drank at home, at work, and socially — at every opportunity'— to celebrate when things were good, and to "drown our sorrows" when things were bad. ble sleeping. — Garden City Woes By We've had plenty of grief which can be attributed directly to excessive drinking. My husband and I were both loaded the night we had a nasty accident. We were very nearly killed — and we came close to killing three other people. After that accident we agreed! — "no more booze." I have kept my pledge but my husband has not kept his. ; Several ttmes lately I've been sure that Jim has been drinking at work. He tries to hide it with cough drops and mouthwash but I can tell by his eyes and the way he speaks and acts. Liquor makes him noisy and rough. The effect on me because of what he is doing is shock, disgust and depression. I'm beginning to wonder if I can stay married to this man. Somehow I can't bring myself to speak to him about it. I'm afraid I might say the wrong thing. Please help me soon. I'm having trou- DEAR G.C.W.: You must speak to him. But pick your time and place. Don't try to reason with a man who is drunk. Wait until he's sober. And don't bring up the subject when you are angry. Your approach should be low-key, compassionate and understanding. You are far better equipped to help your husband than most women who are married to boozers, because you have walked those miserable miles in his moccasins. Moreover, your ability to stay dry should give Mm hope and strength. Good luck to you both. DEAR ANN LANDERS: had entered a contest 20 years ago and worked your head off and didn't win anything. I had better luck than you, Ann. Here's my story. I heart about a contest on the radio anc decided to enter. I had to write a letter saying why I thought my mom deserved a dozen roses. Six months passed and I didn't hear anything. I was quite disappointed. A few days Later my mom and I had an argument. She was awfully mad at me. When I came home from school she was all smiles — and there was a bouquet of red roses on the piano. The radio station had read my letter on the air and all the neighbors and relatives heard it. Dad got Something is bothering me, and maybe your column is not the place to take it up but frankly, you are like a family friend and I don't know where else to go. I just returned from the funeral of an acquaintance. She looked very natural except for one thing — her eyeglasses. A person who has passed away is in a very real sense "asleep" forever. ' People do not sleep with their glasses on, so why would a mortician be so stupid as to put glasses on a deceased a copy of my letter and took it to work. It was a great day for all of us. So don't givejup, Ann. You may hear from them yet. -Teen Reader DEAR READER: After 20 years I think it's safe to assume that I was not a winner. Especially since the first prize was a Hudson sedan and they don't even make 'em anymore. Thanks for writing. person? Please paper. Maybe reply in someone the will learn_from it. — M.E.G., Stockton DEAR STOCK: This decision is not made by the mortician. The family decides. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I laughed when I read that you Social Calendar Club Activities Sunday PARENTS Without Partners: Carey Park/ watermelon feed, 4:30 p.m. Monday SWEET Adelines: Hutchlnson Community College Music Room, 7:30 p.m. ELKS Ladles: Elks Club, covered dish, 6:30 p.m. HUTCHINSON Iris Club: First Federal Building, 7:30 p.m. WEEKEND Watchers TOPS: Shadduck Park Community Center, 12:30 p.m. OUNCE Bouncers TOPS: Community Room, Courthouse, 7:30 p.m. LADIES Auxiliary, Veterans of World War I, Don Shaffer Barracks No. 80: Patriotic Room, Courthouse, sewing sack lunch, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. REDWING Pocahontas No. 88: IOOF Hall, 8 p.m. HUTCHINSON Garden Club: Kansas Power and Light Co., 7:30 p.m. SOROPTIMIST Club: Eddie's Sunset Restaurant, 6:30 p.m. / Tuesday PROSPERITY EHU! Mrs. Roy Sheppard, 114 East Uth, 1 p.m. AMERICAN Association of Retired Persons: Northmlnster Presbyterian Church, covered dish luncheon, 12:30 p.m. HUTCHINSON Regional Group of the Horseless Carriage Club of America: First Federal Building, 8 p.m. PARENTS Without Partners: Mrs. Ruea Bryan, 401 East 7th, 8 p.m. WOMAN'S Study Club: Mrs. L. W. Klngery, 304 East Uth, 1:30 p.m. PAST MATRONS Club, Order of the Amaranth: Mrs. Wlnona Drlggs, 441 North Washington, Apt. «4, South Hutchlnson, 7:45 p.m. Wednesday WOMEN of the Moose: Moose Home, covered dish, 7 p.m. MERRY Matrons: Mrs. Louis J. Rohla, 6004 North Plum, 2 p.m. VALLEY EHU: Mrs. John Sabln, RFD 1, Burrton, 1:30 p.m. JEFFERSON Janes EHU: Tenth Avenue United Methodist Church, 300 West 10th, 1 p.m. Thursday DESPERADOS TOPS: Community Room, Courthouse, 1:30 p.m. STREAMLINER TOPS: Community Room, Courthouse 9:30 a.m. SALT TOPS: North Hospital Education Building, 7 p.m. MINNEHAHA Council No. 89, Degree of Pocahontas: IOOF Hall, covered dish, 7 p.m. VFW LADIES Auxiliary, Post No. 1361: Post Home, 8 p.m. CHRISTIAN Business and Professional Women: Rambler Steak vHouse, 6:30 p.m. SILVER LEAF OES: Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. AQUILA Study Club: Mrs. Myron Kreniin, 310B Princeton, V.30 p.m. Church Activities Thursday PARK Place Christian Church CWF Groups: Deborah: Mrs. R. L. Harrell, 211 West 27th, 9:30 a.m. Mary: Mrs. Bill Wilson, 3006 Northwestern, 9:30 a.m. Naomi: Mrs. Norval Kline, 106 West 29th, 9:30 a.m. Rebekah: Mrs. George Ross, 103 West 18th, 9:30 a.m. Rulh: Mrs. Harry Headley, 58 Rambler, 9:30 a.m. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I would like to say something to the 17-year-old boy who can't grow sideburns on the. left side of his face. I had the same problem and finally solved it. Here's how: Tell him to sleep on his back or on his right side. People who sleep on the same side night after night rub off the whiskers on the side that'hits-the pillow. Also, if he will apply some vaseline to his sideburns it will promote the growth of hair and protect the whiskers from friction that wears them away. There is no charge for this advice, Ann, I'm glad to be of help. — Bald Spot Today, Hair Tomorrow DEAR SPOT: Thanks for the hair-raising story. My expert on sideburns says sleeping on the same side of the head night after night will not stunt tbe growth of sideburns, but if it worked for you — who am I to knock it? {Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to Ann Landers, care of The Hutchlnson News, Box 3345, Chicago, III. 60654, and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) Collectable Plate by Orretors Back to School New PIANO Sale Sterling Pecan Spinet .................. ? 745 Vose & Sons Maple Spinet .............. $ 825 Vose & Sons Walnut ..... .............. $ 845 Vose & Sons Pecan ---- ... . . V ---- • • ---- • • $ 865 Kranich & Bach Walnut Italian Provincial Console . WAS NOW $575 $645 $665 $685 $845 prices ! Include Benches MAGNAVOX & AMANA CENTER 6 South Main • 643-2181 We trade, finance and deliver what we sell. Hutchinson News Sunday, Sept. 12, 1971 Ptge 13 Open Monday and Thursday 10:30 to 8:30 The indispensable. Classic slingshot jumper goes anywhere with any blouse or top. Versatility is it's middle name. Fully lined wool flannel in purple, red, navy and brown, 8 to 20, $12. Casual Dresses, 2nd floor Shop City Center Tidbits New shoe view. Herbert Levy Previews Fall NOW! Come see his all-star presentation Tuesday, Sept. 14th, 9:30 to 5:30. Martin Sarns, Mr. Levy's representative, will be here to help you with your selections. See suits, ensembles, dresses, everything to make this fall very fashionable for the woman who wears !2 1 /4 to 30^4 and 16 to 50. Here's a peek; deep royal Dacron® polyester knit ensemble, side slit coat is fully lined with beautiful silk look print. $150 Fashion Salon, 2nd floor Exquisitely detailed, with frankly feminine air! Krinkle patent in black, red or navy. Come tie it on! $13. Shoe Salon $35 Spare Hair Bar, 2nd floor NEW..."Alexa" from Adolfo... a truly natural off-the-face look. Adolfo designs "Alexa" . . . a wig with a hairline so natural looking you don't have to match your own hair color because you don't have to brush your own hair over the wig. Youthful, relaxed wave, cut In layers with a shag back. Dynel on Lycra stretch cap. All colors. Flower Charms by Warners' 15 • 15 Fashion begins inside. Now on sale thru Sept. 18th. SPECIAL SALE-A-BRATION TIME Hosiery Reg. $1.60 styles Reg. $1.65 styles Reg. $1.75 styles Reg. $2.00 styles Reg. $2.25 styles Reg. $2.50 styles Reg. $3.00 styles Reg. $3.50 styles Reg. $4.00 styles Reg. $5.00 styles Reg. $6.00 styles Now 3 pairs $ 4.05 Now 3 pairs $ 4.15 Now 3 pairs $ 4.45 Now 3 pairs $ 5.05 Now 3 pairs $ 5.70 Now 3 pairs $ 6.35 Now 3 pairs $ 7.70 Now 3 pairs $ 8.90 Now 3 pairs $10.10 Now 3 pairs $1*.00 Now 3 pairs 114.40 Mall to-. Pegues, 208 N. Main, Hutchlnson, Kans. 67501, , Phone Tantalizing decollete necklines designed especially for today's low cut fashions. Cups are smooth crepset tricot for smooth, natural look under today's clingy things. A Huff of fiber-fill contouring very lightly shapes and lifts. Three styles are available ... modified decollete, decollete and deep plunge. White, A to C, 32 to 38. $6. Lingerie Item . Quan. Color £nd Color ... i ' ' •/;;,fli ^— «— — Name. L«.«UCil Address. City State ZI P *'"' * Cash o Charge n Add 3% sales ta and $1.10 handling charge.

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