The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 12, 1963 · Page 7
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Ann Landers A Beauty Parlor No Spot For Lad Dear Ann Landers: Your advice is fairly good most of the time but you are wrong once in a while. Recently you told a mother not to put curlers in her son's hair because children who are treated like members of the opposite sex sometimes develop homosexual tendencies. I would like you to know that I've been putting curlers in my son's hair since he w a s three years of age. He is eight now and just loves to go to the b e a u t y shop with me. When I make an appointment for myself I make one for him, too. I'll have you know that my son is all boy. He's not a rough neck but he's no sissy either He likes model airplanes and ships, and never misses a war story on TV. He also enjoys masculine sports and even plays on the Little League baseball team. So, you see, Ann Landers, you don't know everything. — A PRINTED PATTERN 4869 _ .«» MOTHER WHO IS RAISING AN ALL-AMERICAN BOY Dear Mother: You're right. I don't know everything. But I do know that an eight-year-old son should not be .sitting under the dryer in the beauty shop next to his mother. If this All-American boy of yours goes to Little League practice with curlers in his hair you'd better teach him how to, fight. Dear Ann 'Landers: My wife's mother is dying of cancer. The doctors say she can't live more than a few weeks. My wife is taking it awfully hard. Her mother lives two thousand miles from here and the trip would be expensive. Her sister has written that their mother is under heavy sedation and sometimes she doesn't recognize members of the family. She has suggested that my wife not come now, but wait till the funeral. My wife agrees this would be best. Frankly, I don't think my wife should go now or to the funeral. She is a nervous person anyway and this ordeal would make a wreck out of her. Furthermore, our children are small and I would have to arrange with the neighbors to take the baby when I am at work. It would also mean that I'd be doing the laundry and cooking. Wouldn't it be more sensible to use the trip money on something we need? We need plenty. What is your advice?—SPOKANE DAD Dear Dad: I don't know what you "need" but there are mighty few things as important as sending your wife to her mother's uneral. If you deny her this trip because you think it would be more sensible to spend the money on scratching else, you'll regret it. Dear Ann Landers: I'm 17 and live with my father and stepmother. I don't mind working around the house, in fact, every girl should do her share, but I don't think it's fair that I have : ull responsibility for my four- year-old stepsister. Betsy. If I want to go anywhere after school or on Saturday or Sunday have to take my little stepsister along. My stepmother says she is' cooped up all day and needs some relief. I hate to plan Eor a date on weekends because if my folks decide to go out I Give Film For GarfieldPTA Charles Mavity, Jr., announced the program for Garfield PTA last evening. It included a film, "Education is Everybody's Business," and a skit, "United for Children and Youth," arranged by Mrs. Ron Haug. Mrs. Haug was narrator. Others taking part were Mrs. Gene Mohr, Mrs. Fred Hermreck, Mrs. Steve Reddy and Rev. E. E. Caylor. Mrs. Cliff Reynolds presided and Mr. Caylor led devotions. Mrs. William Kloster led group singing with Mrs. Bruce Spears at the piano. Mrs. Merle Willhite spoke on scholarship and presented a life membership pin to Mrs. Una Muller for her many years service in the teaching field. Fourth grade room mothers served refreshments. The Baby Has Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The son born Feb. 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Leland Theodore Cham- )ers, 618 S. Cedar, has been named Shawn Anthony. He weighed 6 lb., 15 oz. The son born Feb. 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jerome Kohler, jawrence, has been named Timothy Howard. He weighed 7 b., 7«/a oz. The daughter born Feb. 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leon Lews, 428 Walnut, has been named Rhonda Lynn. She weighed 6 .b., 1 oz. HAND QUILTED — Mrs. J. A. Reichard, 731 S. Locust, recently completed hand quilting on this story book quilt for a little great-granddaughter. Mrs. Reichard, 82, made a wool afghan last winter and does other types of hand work. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Socialettes Zigzag Club members ex changed Valentine gifts they hac made yesterday at the meetinp with Mrs. Roland Sass, near Princeton, and displayed ex amples of their sewing work. Mrs Clara Davis, Paola, received th surprise gift. Mrs. Shobe, one o two guests, became a new mem ber. Mrs. Stevenson, Richmond will be the March hostess. Bethel Holds Practices Bethel No. 31, Job's Daughters, received a petition for membership last evening and held a practice for initiation to be Feb. 25. The next practice was announced for Feb. 24. Ann Machin, honored queen, presided at the session in Masonic temple. It was announced the state convention will be in Topeka, June 14 and 15. Teresa Moore, librarian, gave a poem, "What Do We Need for Valentines?" for her report. There were 11 officers, 25 choir THE OTTAWA HEKALU Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1963 members and eight council members present. «2 Drill team practice was heji preceding the meeting with 34 members in attendance. ~ Club Forecast Wedneidty r ACORN CLUB, Mrs. Billiard Wood-* CHILD STUDY, Mrs. Art Conus OMICRON CHAPTER, Beta Sigma" Phi, Mrs. Bill Boucek FRANKLIN COUNTY NURSES, Ransom Memorial Hospital TOT-TO-TEEN, Mrs. Lowell Fouts : SKILTON MUSIC CLUB, Mrs. Ne«l. Prltchard ONE-TO-SIX, Mrs. David Johnson LW Club, Mrs. T. T. Johnson ZIOZAOOERS, Mrs. James Salmon" SEEKERS Class, at Trinity MethodM NAZARENE MISSION SOCIETY REBEKAHS, IOOF ball Versatile shirtwaist! We shape a slim, as well as pleated version of this carefree casual. Note trim, little collar, princess-cur ved bodice. Printed Pattern 4869: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 pleated version 5% yards 35- inch fabric. Thirty-five 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 full color Fall - Winter Pattern Catalog. Casual, dressy, school- all sizes! Send 35 cents now. have to cancel my plans and stay home with Betsy. If you say I'm wrong I will change my thinking and never complain again. I'd appreciate your answer in the paper. — MOTHER TO MY SISTER Dear Mother To Your Sister: An older sister should help with the younger children. It's part of being a useful, contributing member of the family. But "help" does not mean full responsibility. You should not be expected to take the little girl with you after school nor should you be asked to cancel weekend dates to stay at home with her. In an emergency, teenagers should be willing to make sacrifices, but every weekend can't be an emergency. Are you tempted to smoke because the crowd does? If so, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Teenage Smoking," enclosing with your request 10 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed 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. Past Matrons Hold Meeting Mrs. V. I. Crotts was hostes for Past Matrons Club last evening. Assiting hostesses were Miss Lanah Cameron, Mrs. Kenneth Liegerot and Mrs. Glenn Jackson. Members gave the club collect and read Valentine verses for roll call. A word game provided entertainment. Fourteen members and a guest attended. 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