The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 11, 1963 · Page 7
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Landers Just Make Sure He Made A Will THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, January 11, IMS Dear Ann Landers: My husband is a 52-year-old, hard-hitting, driven business man. We have a lovely home and a fine family, but he is too busy to notice. Whert the stock market goes down a quarter of a point he notices that, however. Three years ago Lew had a serious heart attack. His doctors told him he j must lose 40 pounds and quit smoking. He hasn't lost an ounce and he smokes more than ever. He Ana has had diabetes for ten years and is all right when he remembers to take his medicine. When he doesn't remember he goes into shock. This has happened twice in the last six months. I've begged, pleaded, threatened, cried and even left him, but nothing fazes him. He still eats whatever he wants, smokes, drinks too much and works 14 hours a day. What can I do with a man like this?—FRANTIC Dear Frantic: Nothing. Bui you can do something for yourself and your family. See that his insurance is in order and check with his lawyer to make certain he has made a will. Dear Ann Landers: I am 19, and live at home with my parents and two older sisters. When I graduated from high school two years ago I wanted to leave this small town and go to a designing school in Chicago, but my parents and older sisters wouldn't hear of it. They said they'd miss me and worry about me, and besides, they said, there is too much meanness in the world and they didn't want me to get involved in it. Maybe I should be grateful for the love and interest of my family, but instead I am resentful. We talked about this again last night and they tell me I'm ungrateful and that I have no right to worry them. If this is love, I hope I never love my children. Please help me.-CARBONDALE ndependence. So leave the nest, ittle bird, while you still have he desire and the courage to fly. Dear Ann Landers: Our daugh- er Roxanne was 15 last August. 5he has always acted older than icr years and even began dating at 12. We just couldn't hold her. She met a sailor who is based nearby and has gone completely crazy over him. He is 20 years old, doesn't say much, has tattoos on his hands and arms and cigarette hangs out of his mouth at all times. The sailor will be leaving soon for 18 months of overseas duty. Roxanne wants to be "pre-engaged" to him before he ships out. She says this is not a regular engagement, just an understanding that they will wait for each other. They would wear each other's friendship rings. We are ready to say yes just to get some peace and quiet around the house. We are tired of all the fighting.-WORN OUT Dear Worn Out: No 15-year- old girl should tie herself up with a boy friend who is half a world away. Say no. It's high time you saved this girl from herself by telling her what to do. This is what parents are for. To learn how to keep your boy friend in line without losing him, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking and Petting — And How Far To Go," 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. THE MIDDY By Monte-Sano RAJAH DRESS By NAT KAPLAN A SKIMMER By TOWNLEY TUNIC EFFECT ARABIAN CHIC By LARRY ALDRICH By Maurice Rentner 63 Styles Require Dieting January Clearance of Trade-ins Dear Carbondale: Love makes no demands. It is willing to take its chances for all of life is risky. The Indian poet Tagore said, "Let my love, like sunlight, surround you and give you illumined freedom." And this is what love should do. Love that shackles and imprisons is not love at all. The ultimate goal which parents should wish for their chileren is Lesson On Missions Mrs. Clarence Bledsoe gave the lesson on "New Guinea," for the Nazarene Missionary Society Wednesday evening in the Church. Mrs. Russell Davis was in charge of a song service and devotions. Rev. Ralph Edwards, pastor, told of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, missionaries in Johannesburg, Africa. The Baby Has Been Named PRINTED PATTERN At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born Jan. 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kiefer, RFD 2, Pomona, has been named Jeri Louise. She weighed 8 lb., 4 oz. The son born Jan. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wesley Comstock, RFD 2, Lyndon, has been named Jeffrey Niles. He weighed 6 lb., 6 oz. The daughter born Jan. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Alvin Criqui, 320 E. 2nd, has been named Connie Coleen. Her weight was 5 lb., oz. By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP NEWSFEATURES WRITER NEW YORK (AP) - Whatever happened to the muffled look, ruffles and bows, feathers, chiffon and short evening clothes? Some are gone. Some are modified and some are growing strong among the spring styles being previewed by fashion writers attending the New York Couture Group's semi annual Press Week beginning Jan. 6. And other rages, (such as the middy, and grandfather's night shirt) and a few outrages (such as the bared midriff evening gown) are making new news. Yet, whatever is said, and how, the 24 participating design houses are spelling out is the same. For the idolized framework for chic is still long and lean to the marrow. Here are the specifics; The Changes: The muffled look has become the scarfed look in wispy materials. Ruffles are way out. So are feathers, bows and beads in overpowering doses. Chiffon is tailored, not floaty. The News: Some jackets lack sleeves, and button down the back, or slip over head without buttons anywhere. Stretch fabrics are used in certain areas of dresses for custom fits on difficult figures. Some midriffs are bare for evening. Special Influences: A few years ago the Army gave fashion-con scious women the Eisenhower jacket with its zip down front This year it has grown into a zip- down, step-in dress. The Navy gave us the sailo suit. The middy blouse has beei fashioned from rough texturec tweed for suits as well as smoot clingy crepes for ball gowns. The Cuban crisis gave us a sue den renewal of patriotism, and bright riot of silk print design featuring stars, stripes and th bald eagle. Henry Higgins inspired designers to copy his sweater as 4 suit jacket and in long version as a dress. And that Arabian movie, as well as Jackie Kennedy's ear- er visit to India, has resulted n long sari silk gowns with veils r stoles partially covering la- ics' heads. Shape: Shoulders are sloped, hest is small, waistline high, or )elted low, with shaped front and generously cut back. Hems: Skirts are inching gradu- lly over the knees for daytime md reach the floor for festive jccasions and at home. Coats: The skinny ones single and double-breasted, in bonbon :olors are what's left of last spring's passion for the Rajah ihape. Workshop Patterns Suits: Jackets are so long they top just short of being coats, r they are shells that hug the lipline, or flare out French style into peplums. Skirts sidewrap, or gather slightly at the waistband. Sleeves are set in and longer han last year. Blouses usually match jacket linings as in pre- rious seasons but colors and pat- erns are not as garish. Dresses: The little "nothing" Iress still lacks its collar and leeves however, it is less fitted han a sheath, more so than a sack. Split Levels: These, the tall irl's blessings, are achieved with capelets over loose long jackets, over slim skirts. Colors: Sugar candy pastels lave every designer's vote, pink CHILD'S WARDROBE PATTERN 223 leads the parade, blue is not far behind. Colors: All bonbon hues are favorites but pinks, blues and yellows are a little more so. Cloud white or shadowy black, or a splashy print contrast of both, are also being readied for mild weather wearing. Fabrics: Winter favorites such as mohair, and menswear wools, having refused to be closeted for the season, are fashioned into bushy or sleek mannish fashions. More People Buy WURLITZER PIANOS than any other make BUTLER'S CLOTHES STORAGE problems for tots and teens are solvet with this combination of drawer and cupboard with sliding rack Pattern 223, which gives bill o materials, dimensions and illustrated steps for waking this 46- inch-high wardrobe of plywood and sold stock; is 35 cents. It also is one of four patterns in the Children's Furniture Packet No. 12 for $1.—The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept. Bedford Hills, New York. pf COOK'S Famous WALL PAINTS During Our JANUARY CLEARANCE Looking for one new dress to enliven your wardrobe? Choose this style with a bib effect and buoyant pleats all around. For rayon, cotton. Printed Pattern 4911i Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 40 yards 39-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coias for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Istrdass mailing. Send to Anne Adams, The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. OVER 100 ANSWERS to "what- to-wear" — in our new full color Fall - Winter Pattern Catalog. Casual, dressy, school — All lizul Send U cents now. LOTION Wintertime, Summertime, Vacationtime...anytime. Wind and Weather Cream or Lotion is your best buy. Especially now when it's at half price. Lotion 'in 12-ounce unbreak* able plastic bottle. Regularly $2.00. NOW $1.00 Also: Lotion in 6-ounce glass bottle. Regularly $1.00. NOW 50< Hand Cream in 8-ounce jar. Regularly $2.00. NOW $1.00 All prlGM plui Federal Twu BRISCOE Drug Store 847 S. Main — CH 2-4133 O'Connor's Shoes Sale! Sale! Women... All Fall Shoes Values to $15.95 NOW ONLY $8.90 Children ... All Jumping-Jack SHOES •• 20% OFF "So Come on down and get stocked up on Shoes you'll love." O'Connor's Shoes 205 S. Mam SHADOTONE ENAMELS for Walls and Trim FLAT -Reg. $6.41 GALLON Std. Colors Satin, Reg. $7.49, $6.74 Dries in Minute*! COROVEL LATEX WALL FINISH Reg. - $6.54 GALLON Std. Colors COOK'S BETTER QUALITY HIGH-HIDING ALKYD ENAMELS FLAT LATEX A Beautiful Metal HOSTESS "FRAY FLAT Reg. $5.33 Standard Colors SEMI-GLOSS J Reg. $6.82 COOK'S GOOD QUALITY Gallon Standard Colors Regular $5.00 NOW Gal. FREE With Thi$ Coupon Ideal for serving guests, or for individual use. Heavy gauge steel. Rolled edge*. One Free to adult with coupon—while supply lasts. No mail or phone order*, please. Additional Tray* to <1 fA* COM*!*!* Y««r $•«....- V Fw 19 V SUFFRON GLASS CO. CH 2-2515 1. 14 cu. ft. G.E. 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