The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 14, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, February 14, 1963
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THE OTTAWA HERALD 7! Thursday, Feb. 14, 1963 * Socialettes Zigzaggers Club members displayed articles they had made during roll call last evening at Mrs. James Salmon's home. Included were coats,, smocked pillows, doll clothes, dresses, skirts and children's clothes. Mrs. Darrell Mullen conducted the business session. Mrs. Lewis Stewart was a guest. The hostess served refreshments at the close. VALENTINE GIFTS — Members of Brownie Troop No. 306, Hawthorne second grade, took box of 75 Valentine napkins and holders to Ransom Memorial Hospital yesterday for patients' trays. They worked many weeks on project. Leader is Mrs. Eddie Hasty, assisted by Mrs. Lyle North and Mrs. Harold Sho- waiter. In back row (from left) are Sheila North, Christine Jeffery, Nancy Christian, Wanda Allen, Vickie Cunningham, Susan Hasty, Roxanne Grimm, Teri Zook, Nancy Ward, Caroline Hendrickson and Neita Toumberlin. Front row (from left) Toilea Buckner, Reita Toumberlin, Donna McAuley, Colleen Hendrickson, Shirley Marconette and Blanka Bass. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Ann Landers The Baby Has Been Named The daughter born Jan. 28 at Ashwopd Clinic, Independence Mo., to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar MacArthur, RFD 4, Garnett, has been named Susan Dawn. She weighed 7 lb., 14 oz. Grandpar ents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mac Arthur, Richmond; and Mr. ant Mrs. Claude Neilson, Williams burg. Blonder She Got. Sexier She Was MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH T. SCIIAWANG (Mickey Photo) Taylor-Schawang Rite Solemnized Cheryl Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor, Jr., 509 Willow Lane, and Joseph T. Scha- wang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schawang, Falls City, Neb., were married Feb. 9, in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. White gladioli farmed the altar setting. Father Henry Beier of- ficated. Nuptial music was given by Mrs. Noel Douglas, organist, and Tom Campbell, vocalist. The bride wore a white satin gown with lace bodice having long sleeves coming to points, and a scalloped neckline outlined with sequins. Tiers of lace overlaid the skirt and a cummerbund was at the waistline. A pearl- studded crown held her veil. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Sharon Kay Chambers was maid of honor and Mrs. S. Hess and Mrs. Cecil Beatty were bridesmaids. They wore red velvet sheaths with red lace overskirts and carried white carnations. Their small hats were made of red velvet roses and satin. Robert L. Schawang acted as best man. James Lackett and Melvin Bauman were groomsmen and Nolan Day and Mike Schyler were ushers. The bride's mother wore a blue polished cotton dress with rec accessories and red carnation corsage. The groom's mother wore a gold and black polished cotton with black accessories and white carnation corsage. Mrs. Gene Mille was hostess for the reception in Sacred Heart School. Red candles decorated the table and red roses were on the wedding cake. Serving were Mrs. Antone Schawang, Mrs. Francis Reefer, Betty Pope, Annette Nelson and Mrs. Jim Overholt. Bonnie England and Lavonne Lowrance were at the gift table and Cindy Kiefer and Linda Tylor at the guest book. The couple will live at Redmon Apartments, 2005 Harlan St., Falls City, Neb. The bride graduated from Ottawa High School and finished three semesters at Kansas State Dear Ann: A woman who wrote to you wanted to know why blondes have a reputation for being sexier than other women. I can tell her why. Because they are sexier. A blonde will attract more attention from men and I have proved it. I am a beautician, 41 years old. Ten years ago I decided to make a personal survey. I dyed my hair every color on the chart — from midnight blue- black to silver blonde. I g o t Am lots of whistles and propositions as a red-head, but believe me, Ann, when I went blonde my popularity zoomed. I noticed, too, that the blonder I got the more popular I became. As a honey blonde I did well, but when I hit the platinum shades — wow! I married my present husband when I was an ash blonde. Two months later he asked me to go back to my natural shade — plain brown. He said, "Men like to date blondes but they don't wani to be married to them." I agreed and we are getting along fine No other man ever looks at me now.—THE OLD RESEARCHER Dear Researcher: I am happy to have the results of your sur vey. A woman who has dy« her hah- every color on the chart is fortunate that she has any hair left. If you had continued your research, you might also hav learned how men feel about bald headed women. Dear Ann Landers: Two week ago I married a wonderful fel low. We spent five glorious day in Florida on our honeymoon. We never had any serious spats dur ing our two-year engagement, st University. The groom is employed by Frontier Homes, Inc. He graduated from OHS and attended K-State where he was affiliated with Phi Kappa Theta fraternity. Use White Pepper Note to new cooks: keep white as well as black pepper on hand. Use the white pepper in a light- colored dish when you don't want grains of black pepper to show. I believed this was good evidenc we would get along well togeth er after marriage. Well, maybe I was wrong. W had the biggest fight of our lives on the third day of our honey moon. The reason: I telephone! my mother three times. FINAL CLEAN-UP Club Forecast Friday NAOMI CLtJB, Mrs. Harry Loyd SENIOR CLUB, Youth Center FARIMOUNT BIRTHDAY, Mrs. Russell Wray NAOMI CLUB, Mrs. Gall Nitcher WfcrtMOV We have leased our building here, at First and Main and will move to smaller quarters, just 4 doors South..... To 113 So. Main Everything Must Be Moved Out 1:? Come In and Make Us An Offer! "Your Maytag Dealer for over 1/4 Century" DOUGLAS Bros First In Value First At Main My husband said he had no lea I was such a mama's girl. m very close to my parents and ee no reason for him to be up- et. I just wanted my folks to mow I was thinking of them. Is it wrong for a girl to be con- iderate of her parents after mar- iage?—R.N.C. Dear R.N.C.: It's indeed admirable of a bride to telephone icr parents while on her honeymoon, but three calls in three days is two calls too many. You overdid it, Chicken. He's ;ot a right to wonder about such requent contact. Dear Ann Landers: I'm a soldier who is stationed near a small town. I met a girl at the JSO Center and we had one date. Unfortunately, I brought her lome two hours late. Her parents were waiting up and they were boiling mad. I had an argument with her father and sore at him a little. He told me to get out of the house and never :o show my face around there again. The girl was grounded 'or a month. I see the girl at the USO Cen- :er very often and I'm dying to take her out again. She says her folks would never allow it. I'm willing to go to her house and apologize but she says I had better stay away because her Dad is still sore. Must people pay forever for one little mistake? I'm sorry and I want to square things. Can you help?-P.F.C. Dear P.F.C.: Sorry, but I can't work up much sympathy for a guy who brings his date home two hours late and then swears at the girl's father. Everything has a price-tag and you'll have to pay for your big mouth. Next time don't let your tongue go on active duty when your brains are on furlough. 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. PENNEY'S Friday! Saturday! Our First Big Money-Saving Dollar Days of 1963! Come Get The Bargains! last chance to save big on • reductions from our own stock • freshly interpreted best sellers • specials from our top makers Imagine —• getting a new winter warm coat at this price! You've a choice of many styles and colors. Half Sizes SPECIAL CARVED RUGS! VISCOSE RAYON PILE, SPRINGY CUSHIONING! 24" x 46" 1 Fashion-styled in sand, white, green, pink, silver. And more—it's skid resistant, machine washable in lukewarm water. 14 Ladies' Car Coats 8 M 10 Tweeds -- Corduroys and cottons. All reduced to sell. Final Reduction Ladies 1 SHOES Better Flats, Pumps, Ties, Wedges. Out They Go! $2.93 Children's SHOES Straps, Tites, Pumps Values to $4.00! Sizes 8 to 3! $1.46 Ladies' 'Bachelor Girl 1 Sheer Seamless MESH HOSE 1st Quality 15 denier 100% Du Pont Nylon Girls' Joey Dee's Peppermint Twist White Socks 2 P, $1.00 Many Other Bargains Await You! Roffelock's Bargain Centre "Sells for Less" 213 S. Main Ph. CH 2-2316 Pr. $1.25 Cive Your Woodwork •Hand-Rubbed' Beauty.. With CMk'i TlmkretoM WOOD FINISHES Chooie from two new stains . . . Tim- bretooe Classic — for bard wood. En- hancei the grain, gives depth of color. Timbretone Contemporary — for soft wood. Fills and seals as it stains, non- penetrating, will not raise grain. Ilffcor Product Ql - Easy-to-«pply with brush, spray, or cloth! Timbretone Varnish — Clearest, palest Any SJi««n yet. Tough! Resilient! Makes wood, stain and all, glow like waxed, hand- rubbed stain. Flat, satin or gloss. Suffron Glass Co. _. Men's Cotton Jacket 444 Automatic wash-n-dry with Dacron polyester f iberf ill quilt lining. Water repellent. Sizes 36 - 46. Super-Value! Penny-An-lnch Cotton Group 36 yard Bolts and bolts at a terrific low price! Ever- glaze, embossed, crease- resistant, yarn - dyed solids, prints! BLANKETS Heavyweight Cotton Gauze Diaper Buy f doz for ^ J 3 COATS 7 oo An assortment of nylon, cotton and supplon. Broken sizes 14-16-18. Pile lining. Men's- $7.88 Golden dawn blanket. 90% rayon, 10% nylon for twin or double bed size. 72" x 90". Men's Denim Jacket If baby needs more diapers, there's value in this 21 by 40" size. Perfect shape for all folds. Pinked quick drying. CORD SLACKS 00 1 3 33 Men's western or regular style lined jackets, Stock up now for next y«?ar. Girls' cord slacks in lined or unlined. An assortment of colors. Ladies' Nylon Hose 3 , A Dollar Day Special — Ladies' dark seamed new spring colors in 15 gauge, 60 Denier Ho«e. Sizes 81/2 to It

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