The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 28, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, January 28, 1963
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T?; Ann Landers Strayed Husband Better Than None Dear Ann Landers: I received in the morning mail three copies of your column. The headline read, "Never mind your enemies, Madame, keep your eye on your best friend." The afternoon mail will be here at 3:00 p.m. There will probably be others. Why must people be so cruel? If I wish to pretend not to see, what business is it of theirs? I have four young children who need their father. And, frankly, I need a husband. I'm no good alone. For the past six . years my hus- • band has been having an affair with my b e s t Ana "friend, an attractive widow. To put it bluntly, I'm sorrier for her than I am for myself. She's throwing her We away on a man who will never marry her. So, let this letter serve as an open reply to those women who mailed me your column. After weighing and measuring, meditating and soul - searching I've decided to live my life as I think best for me and my children. -BLIND BY CHOICE Dear Blind: Thank you for your letter and I hope your anonymous •'friends" all see it. 'PRINTED PATTERN The exciting A-line flare — an easy • sew sensation to wear will serve day and night. Choose round or bateau neck, colors light,or lively. Printed Pattern 4604: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 2% yards 45-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class 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 Catalog. Casual, dressy, school — all sizes! Send 35 cents now Dear Ann: The letter from "Silent But Certain" was a slice of life. The woman wrote, "If you have a best friend, watch out because she's probably having an affair with your husband." Here's my story: During 15 years of marriage I never glanced sideways — that is until a new executive joined my husband's firm. He was hand some, fascinating, sophisticatet and I was smitten like a school girl. The look in his eye let me know he was reading me, ant the return was "yes." The way to "get acquainted,' I strategized, was to invite him and his wife for dinner. She anc I would become friends — the same old story. The stage wa set. One look at his Mrs. chilled mj ardor instantly. They arrived late and she was plastered. Her con versation were banal and boring le gave her long looks—which sto gnored. Their relationship was ob viously a horror. How could hi lave chosen her. The gentleman has never look ed good to me since that night So, perhaps, it's not such a ba< idea after all, Girls. Get to know the man's wife.—WHITE PLAINS Dear White Plains: Here's an other letter, same subject, di) ferent twist: Dear Ann: "Silent But Cer ;ain" spoke .one of those fran ruths which everyone knows ii his heart of hearts, but you neve excpect to see it in print. After 18 years of marriage, m wife confessed she was having a affair with — of all people — her best friend's husband. No, sh didn't want a divorce. And neithe did he. There were six childre involved. Would I stand by unfa the fire burned itself out? I tol her, "Yes, I would try." The next day I telephoned th other man's wife and invited her to my office for a chat. She had known — instinct, she called it, and was pretending not to see. I admired her character and her courage. And I noticed for the first time how terribly attractive she was. You guessed it. We've been comforting each other ever since, and I hope my wife never gets tired of the other guy. — NOT GRIEVING Dear Not Grieving: You didn't ask for advice, so I won't give you any. In five words, however — .you all deserve each other. Dear Ann Landers: You and your great big mouth. I telephoned my best friend this morning to ask if she had read your column. She replied, "Yes, and I think Ann Landers is crazy. I wouldn't have your husband if we had an atomic war and he was the only man left." This was a catty insult and I really let her have it. Maybe you do a lot of good, but today you broke up a 12 year friendship.—MAXINE Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences Food In The News Prepackaging Is Carrot Lifesaver AUGUST RITE — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pederson, Ottawa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Darleen, to Richard Dale Salsbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Salsbury, 1020 Meadow Lane, Topeka. An August wedding is being planned. Both Miss Pederson and Mr. Salsbury are attending Kansas State University, Manhattan, where she is majoring in elementary education and he is majoring in architecture. Mr. Salsbury is employed by Hughes, Knight and Remmele, Topeka architects. of thousands of teenagers if you write for Ann Landers' booklet, "How To Live With Your Parents," 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 mem to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Entertains Music Club Mike Brown entertained the Junior High music club recently t the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Brown. Mem- >ers played piano solos and Jill Irown, guest played a solo. Jackie Weber was awarded the prize for practice hours by the lub sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Mrs. Brown and Mike served refreshments to the members and guests. Todd Queen will entertain the lub Feb. 26. CERAMIC WALLS & FLOORS FORMICA TOPS Inlaid Linoleum TILE Christian Bros. FLOORS CH 2-2285 Ottawa NOTICE to the Public: Sealed bids will be taken until 10:00 A.M., February 1,1963, at the office of the County Clerk at the Courthouse, Ottawa, Kansas, for furnishing approximately 50,000 gal. No. I or No. 2 Diesel Fuel, and 40,000 gal. Regular Grade Gasoline to the Franklin County Highway Department for the year of 1963. The bid is to be a firm price per gallon for the fuel used during 1963. Principal points of delivery will be near Pomona, Williamsburg, Princeton, Richmond, Rantoul, Lane, LeLoup, Wellsville, and Ottawa. Capacity of our storage tanks are 500 gallons. The County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. By order of Board of Commissioners CECIL VINING Chairman of Board of Commissioners BRUCE SPEARS, County Clerk Far And Near Has Potluck Far and Near Club was entertained at an all-day meeting Thursday by Mrs. J. C. Hannaman and Harry Hannaman, at Valley View clubhouse. A potluck dinner was served at noon. It was voted to contribute $5 to the March of Dimes. Mrs. Darrell Macy conducted the business session which opened with group singing led by Mrs. Hannaman. Plans were made for an oyster supper for members and families, Feb. 2, at the clubhouse. Mrs. Jim Cunningham received the door prize and Mrs. David Brown an anniversary gift. Afternoon visitors were Charlotte Moody and Mrs. Denny Peterson and children. Fresh, crisp carrots, topped, washed and packed in film bags are a good buy any time of year. In addition to being an attractive buy moneywise and nutri- tionwise, they're an attractive buy sightwise. But the beauty of prepackaged carrots didn't happen by accident. It represents 10 years of research by the U. S. Department of Agriculture cooperating with the carrot industry. Up until just 12 years ago, a scant 1 per cent of all carrots marketed was sold in prepackaged form. Now almost all the commercial crop is prepackaged. Prepackaged carrots cost less than the carrots we used to buy in bunches, because there are no tops to pay freight on — no ice to keep the useless tops cool — no wilting and deterioration in grocery bins. Also, prepackaging cuts waste and spoilage losses extends shelf life, and assures homemakers a continuous supply of fresh carrots the year 'round Carrots are in generous supply at all food stores now, according to fruit and vegetable markei news reporters of the Agricultura Marketing Service. So use them generously, too, for they're one of our "beauty foods." They're high in vitamin A, so necessary for vibrant health In fact, one average carrot, about 5- l /z inches long, provides more than the full amount of vitamin A recommended as the daily requirement of a normally active adult. Also, their bright orange color lends beauty to the table. They brighten any dinner plate, and help round out meals by giving the green or yellow vegetable we need every day. Carrots in parsley butter are easy to prepare. Slice or dice I to 10 medium-sized carrots and cook in a small quantity of boil ing salted water for 10 or 15 min The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. how refreshing! For a lift in mid-winter... the all-cotton Shirtwaist Dress DRIP-DRY styled by Marlene $O99 utes, or until tender. Drain and add Vi cup butter, or butter substitute, 2 tablespoons lemon juice and 1 tablespoon finely chopped mrsley. Pineapple glazed carrots make a pretty company dish. For four or five servings, you'll need 2 cups cooked sliced carrots, a 9- ounce can of pineapple tid-bits. 2 teaspoons cornstarch, % teaspoon salt and 1 tablespoon butter or margarine. Combine cornstarch and salt in saucepan and gradually add 2-3 cup liquid from cooked carrots and 1-3 cup pineapple syrup. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly, and cook about 3 minutes or until liquid is thick and clear. Stir in table fat and add carrots and pineapple. Heat thoroughly and serve while piping hot. Carrot sticks, rounds, semi-circles, pie-shaped bits, along with curls and finely grated shreds are quick, bright and gay ways of adding appeal to routine menus. Soups, salads, relish trays, many entrees, and even vegetable offerings take on a new look when a colorful bit of fresh carrot is added. Carrots are good salad mixers too. Their mild flavor and bright color combine well with celery, cabbage, cucumbers and almost any fruit. Shredded carrots and cabbage, carrots and rasisins, or congealed carrot and fruit salads are standby family favorites throughout the year. Dressed up on beds of crisp lettuce, and topped with blended cream cheese, pineapple juice and mayonnaise, they take on an air of elegance. HE OTTAWA HERALD *f Monday, January 38, 1963 £r The Milk We Use Is Produced In Franklin County SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 Your Fashion Store SALE Continues Rack of 150 DRESSES 1/2 PRICE Values 8.95 to 19.95 3 • Pretty prints • Pastel solid colors • Embroidery- trimmed styles Sizes 10 to 18 161/z to 241/2 218 8. Main Come in if you can STORES. INC. CH 2-2314 Call if you can't. Special Group.. .Values to 14.95 DRESSES $4.88 2 For $9.00 CLOSE-OUTS Permalift - Formfit -- Warner's BRAS and GIRDLES ¥2 PRICE SLIPS and GOWNS Values to 5.95 Your Choice $2.00 YARD GOODS SALE Continues ,, $1.00 - Me - $1.00 WOOLENS $2.00 sd .„, $3.00 Regular $2.98 to $4.98 FINAL CLEARANCE of Assorted Items on our Bargain Counter 25c and 50c yd. yd. SPECIAL GUEST — Mrs. Homer P. Peck, Enid, Okla., supreme worthy president of Supreme Assembly, Social Order of the Beauceant, will be guest of honor at a banquet today at 6:30 p.m. in Masonic temple when she makes her official visit to Ottawa Assembly. A 1 p.m. luncheon will be held for her and line officers. She is a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pence during her stay in Ottawa. Club Forecast Monday LEGION AUXILIARY afternoon sewing meeting, Memorial auditorium MPM Club CWBC, Miss Alma Schweitzer REBEKAH District Rally, IOOF hall, 7:30 p.m. BEAUCEANT, official visit of supreme worthy president Gelatin Cubes To make uniform gelatin cubes for salad, pour gelatin into unsec- tioned ice tray. When it has set push ice cube holder in place cutting the cubes. Socialettes Royal Neighbor? will hold the social meeting this evening at the mme of Mrs. Hubert Feuerborn. WCTU will sponsor a Loyal Temperance Legion Meeting Wednesday after school at the Vazarene Church. Grade school children are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Hammond have returned from a visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Stevens and Billy A. Galveston, Tex. Their grandson celebrated his first birthday during their visit. The Baby Has Been Named The son born Jan. 25, at Ransom Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry T. Barhhart, RFD 4, has been named Michael Alan. He weighed 7 lb., 2 oz. Toast Crackers Crackers are crisper and fresher, too, when a square of four is placed in the toaster a few seconds before serving, two slices of bread. WOMEN PAST?! WITH BLADDER IRRITATION After 21, common Kidney or Bladder Irritations affect twice as many women M men and may make you tense and nervoui from too frequent, burning or Itchini urination both day and night. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and suffer from Headaches, Backache and feel old, tired, depressed. In such irritation, OYSTEX usually brings fast, relaxing comfort b> curbing Irritating germs in strong, acid urine and by analgesic Pain relief. Get CYBTEX at druggists. Feel better fast. PENNETS Final Reduction Pre-1 nventory Clearance 100 Coats to Go Ladies' Winter Coats A drastic reduction of ladies' winter coats in black, tan, gray, blue and taupes. Milium lined for warmth. Hurry for yours as these can't last long. Fur trimmed and regular style coats in this group. Only a few—you will be surprised at these terrific values. Car Coats Tremendous savings for the winter months ahead. Choose from tweeds, corduroys. Warm and durable. All pile lining. Others 8.88 WINTER JACKETS $^%v 9 Size 36 to 46, Pile Lined 1 Table Ladies 1 & Children's SHOES.AOO Charge It At Penney 9 *

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