The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 9, 1963 · Page 6
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Arm Landers Integrity Is Key To Self-Respect Dear Ann Landers: I fear I may need psychiatric help. I'm a bookkeeper in a small firm. I needed some money to pay bills which have been long overdue and on my mind. I took $75 out of the petty cash fund and marked the slip "balanced." I could have g o n e to my boss and received a loan for this amount with no trouble but I had too much pride. My husband makes a small salary and I was ashamed to ad- Ann mit we were having a difficult time financially. I'm paying the money back at the rate of $15 a week. In three weeks I'll have it all paid back and no one will know it was missing. But I have a horrible fear that one day I'll take a much larger amount and be unable to replace it. Then I'll be in serious trouble. Dear Becky: I am delighted to print your letter. It's nonsense to assume that children of all ages should go everywhere with their parents so they will not feel rejected. Confidential to To Do Or Not To Do: I say do. It's far better to bend a little than to break. To learn the difference between a marriage that "settles down" and one that "gets dull," send for Ann Landers' booklet, "What To Expect From Marriage," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Club Makes Annual Plans Merry-Go-Round club made Don't suggest a clergyman, i P lans for the new vear at I've never been a church-goer and da y' s mceti "g with Mrs - N e '' Hackler. The new president, Mrs. Harold Stewart, appointed committees during a business session. am not inclined to start. Should I see a ASHAMED psychiatrist? — Dear Ashamed: By all means see a psychiatrist or you may be seeing a district attorney. Unbur- ; deru'ng yourself will be useful — ,. and perhaps the doctor may help 7 you see that personal integrity is essential to self-respect mental health. and Dear Ann Landers: A buddy gave me the phone number of a girl who lives in another city. I was being transferred there and wanted some sure-fire numbers, if you know what I mean. He told me this girl was a real swinger, plenty brainless, but stacked and gorgeous. Then he showed me some scorching letters she had written. This was pretty lousy of him but it proved his point. Before I had a chance to phone this girl I met her at a party. It was a real shock. She was beautiful, intelligent and a perfect lady. I dated her a few times and fell hard. I want to marry this girl but those letters haunt me, and I'm afraid they always will. I know I must break up with her before I get in deeper. The point of this letter is to warn girls never to write anything they might be ashamed to see two years later. It could spoil plenty. It did in this case. —ROB It was voted to change the meeting date to the second Tuesday of each month. The penny drill netted $1.84. Mrs. Stewart assisted with serving of refreshments. Calvary WMU Hears Guest Guest speaker for Calvary Baptist WMU last evening was Shirley Rush, Topeka, RN, a missionary candidate to Brazil. Mrs. C. F. Patterson was hostess. Mrs. Fred Rapp opened the meeting with a prayer and Mrs. Maxine Stephens was in charge of business. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dieter, Topeka, and Mrs. W. L. Pickering. Dear Rob: People change and perhaps this girl has. It's unfortunate you can't accept her for what she is today. Your position, though not admirable, is understandable. Perhaps your inability to forget the past could spoil plenty for you, too. Dear Ann Landers: Please tell! me why parents insist on taking! small children to wedding receptions and other social affairs i where they don't belong? Some, fairly intelligent people make this' mistake and I'm at a loss to un-' derstand it. The poor kids get so tired and i cranky it's small wonder they nag and are a general nuisance. This is an embarrassment for the parents and it spoils the evening for everybody. I've seen youngsters get hurt on the dance floor, fall asleep in corners, and go into crying spells from sheer exhaustion. Please, Ann, print this letter for the benefit of parents who think they are doing their kids a favor by dragging them places where they don't belong.-BECKY Work Session For WMS Circle Mrs. Lindel Chism gave an article, "All Is Not Lost in China," last evening for Eva Martin WMS Circle in North Baptist Church. Mrs. Robert Carr gave devotions and Mrs. Clarence Keefer presided. •Mrs. Claron Cordle dedicated the love gift of $6.45. Following serving of refreshments by Mrs. Keefer, the members did White Cross work. ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. N. Clifford Louk, Abilene, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherrill Jane, to Terry Dean Vess, son of Mr. and Mis. Jesse Vess, Abilene. Miss Louk is a freshman at Emporia State Teachers College. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Warren Sellens, Pomona, and Mrs. T. L. Dillon, Baldwin. Socialettes Mrs. A. B. Martin, hostess and program chairman for Roundabout Club Monday, told of a trip last summer to the British Isles and showed slides. She accompanied her husband, Dr. Martin, who was a delegate from American Baptist Assembly to the International Conference on Christian Education. Mrs. F. A. Trump will be hostess on Feb. 21. While meeting yesterday afternoon at the church members of Faith Bible Missionary Society mended and pressed used clothing to be sent to missionaries and cut and sewed quilt blocks. Mrs. Ralph Latimer Jr., was hostess. Mrs. Ray Evans gave the closing prayer. Chapter Has Art Program Mrs. Don Hoglund gave the program for Chapter GL, PEO, yesterday. It was on "Expressionism," from the Metropolitan Art Series. Mrs. Glenn Bigelow was hostess assisted by Mrs. F. R. Bennett Jr. It was announced the joint Founder's Day meeting with Chapter AU will be Feb. 23, in North American Hotel. Your old piano or musi- sal instrument is worth more on a new . .. WURLITZER At... BUTLER'S THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 9, 1963 Anniversary Theme For Program, Mrs. John J. Pinney was speaker for Rotary Anns yesterday at Mrs. J. E. Wallen's home. Her talk was in honor of the approaching 102nd anniversary of statehood for Kansas. She gave sketches of six women identified with the history of Kansas. They were Lucy Larcom, with territorial days; Sarah Robinson, wife of the first governor, war - torn Kansas; Jennie Small Owens' mother, pioneer life; Julia Rockwell, military post life; Esther Clark' Hill, appeal of the prairie; and Margaret Whittemore, author and artist on Kansas topics. Several members gave reminiscences of early day life. Mrs. L. B. 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