The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 21, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, January 21, 1963
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I THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, Jan. 21, 1963 Ann Landers Don't Hit Her; See Counselor •it ,<'. Dear Ann Landers: I'm 24, been married less than a year, ;and I'm ready to give my bride .back to her father. Things I once •Considered cute now get on my nerves. When she used to get mad .at me and pout I thought it was darling. Now Id like to paste her jane in the mush and put her lower lip back where it belongs, L a s t night v ,.we were watching TV. I s a t through two hours of r e a 1 *; junk because * she wanted to "watch certain shows. Then I said. "O.K., now I want to s e e Lassie." She An" "said, "That's not a real dog. It's a person in an animal outfit and I don't want to see it." I insisted on getting the channel so she pulled the plug out of the wall and said, "All right, then let's both read." I have never hit a woman in my life but I came close that night. Should I talk to her parents?—DUTCH Dear Dutch: No. Talk to a marriage counselor — together. If you two have been married less" than a year you're still in the adjustment period. Maybe you do a few things which irritate her and she retaliates via the boob tube. A professional counselor can provide you with unbiased and useful advice. Dear Ann Landers: Are you on vacation or what? Who gave that rotten advice blaming the parents of young boys who get into trouble? And that idiotic phrase from your reader about "robbing a young girl of her maidenhood." He's got to be kidding. In most cases this could scarcely be called a robbery. During the 11 years I've been a juvenile court officer I've seen dozens of these "innocent little shrinking violets," Most of them at 16 have been with so many boys that they can't remember half their names. When they get into trouble they point a finger at some dumb yokel who had too much to drink so the court takes her word against his. And what about the tramps who get pregnant intentionally— so t'rjy can wring a nice settlement out of a young guy who has rich parents, or a married man who can't afford the publicity? Since you frequently boast that you print all shades of opinions I'd like to see you print this. SEEN IT ALL Dear Seen: Having a baby out of wedlock is a tough way to make money. This maneuver (extreme, you must agree) is not a favorite of the experienced tramp. Only a young and stupid girl would try it. Incidentally, Bub, vacation or not, every word that appears in this column is written by me. When I do take a vacation the work is done before I leave. Dear Ann Landers: I'm a widow 50 years of age who is dating a fine man whose wife died in 1959. He has three children under 15. The man has asked me to marry him and I have said yes. I'm not sure now that I can go through with it. The deceased woman's clothes are hanging in the closet. Her personal be- ongings are still in the dresser drawers. The furniture is exactly as she left it. There are jictures of her in every room. I love the man and want to marry him but will I feel as if [ am living with a ghost? I hesi- ate to express my feelings for ear of appearing disrespectful to her memory. Please, help. — CATHERINE Dear Kathcrine: No second wife should move into a home under the conditions you deer ibe. Have a frank talk with pour clergyman and ask him to peak to your fiance. Of course you should leave the pictures and furniture as they are for a while) but the clothing and personal belongings of his first wife should be disposed of be- ore you move in. Are you going steady? Making marriage plans? If so, send for Ann Landers' . booklet, "Before fou Marry — Is It Love Or Sex?", encolsing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to iclp you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, elf-addressed envelope. WANT TO WARM A HEART ON A COLD DAY? Go on... enjoy washday rh« new NORGE That's what a GAS clothes dryer is for It's time you stopped missing out on outside activities and family fun simply because you're tied to a clothesline! It's much more satisfying to pop the laundry into your modern Gas Dryer ... and enjoy yourself. You'll love the way your clothes look, feel and smell after being floated dry on gently circulating waves of warm, clean air. In a gentle Gas Dryer clothes are never subjected to scorching "hot-spots," so naturally they dry fluffier, softer and more wrinkle-free. They're thrifty, tool Compared to the operating cost of electric models GAS DRYERS SAVE YOU Wfi OUT OF EVERY DRYING DOLLAR (Economical Gat clothes drytr* operate for ent-fifth the coif of electric mpdeli.) Stop by your A dealers or our office-Soon ""HE GAS SERVICE CO. 6** for Horn*. Bus/ness Md Industry Our Own Special Frosty Malts SELECT DAIRY 1020 N. Main CH 2-1607 Shower For Bridn-To-Be Carma Ostrom, Ottawa University senior who has completed her • work for a degree at the close of this semester, was honor guest at a bridal shower Saturday night. Hostess was Susan Smith, at 1038 S. Main where the young women live. Connie Lee assisted. Ten were present. Among games was one in which guests guessed the contents of packages containing kitchen gadgets which finally went to the honor guests. Refreshments were served. Miss Ostrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albin Ostrom, York, Neb., will be married Jan. 27, to Alvin Nelson, son of Mrs. Alice Nelson, York. The couple will live in Aurora, Neb., where the bride will teach second grade. Mr. Nelson is an insurance salesman. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products D 0 N ALD BENTON, 17 months old, and Jennifer Len, V/2 months old, we the children of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Howard, 707 Cypress. Grand* parents are Mrs. Virginia Ward, David B. Howard and Mrs. Velma Howard, Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Diamond, Pomona, are great-grandparents. Election By Peoria Aid Mrs. Mike Lovell gave the opening prayer for the recent meeting of Peoria Ladies Aid at Mrs. Clara Rodgers' home. New officers elected were Mrs. Lovell, president; Mrs. Maude Evans, vice president; Mrs. Ira Dean, treasurer; Mrs. Adell Dean, secretary; and Mrs. Lewis Wichman, reporter. Mrs. Lovell conducted a Bible quiz and Mrs. Cliff Detwiler gave the lesson topic, "Greater Works Than These." Mrs. Dora Weaver will be hostess on Feb. 21. r Budget Stretchers Used FURNITURE Club Forecast Tuesday VI.B. ARMY MOTHERS, sewing cession installation PEO Founder's Day dinner. North American Hotel BOOTS and BUSTLES Square Dance Club Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, J{. V. 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