The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 21, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, February 21, 1963
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Ann Landers Dimples Are Nice But Don't Buy 4 Em Dear Ann Landers: You recently said in your column you have never heard of dimples being produced surgically and that doesn't care. He says love will come later. He has spent over $200 on me in the last two months, and his parents have bought me you got yours for a birthday pres-1 gifts, too. They think I'm the f*nt. ...u...^. i 1 1 1! A' _•__! •_ 1 . ent. Well, yours may have been a gift but some women have to pay for theirs. The Orientals consider the dimple a symbol of good luck. The poets of ancient China frequently associated this anatomical en- downment with a pretty and happy face. The dimpled w i fe, they believed, brought contentment and good fortune to the family. Many Malayan Chinese women iftsist that plastic surgeons create dimples in their faces. It has been done with considerable success. I volunteer this information because I know you want to give your readers correct advice.— SINGAPORE Dear Singapore: Thank you for the fine letter. I found the information fascinating. Dimples are rather nice to receive as a gift- but I certainly wouldn't go out and buy 'em. Dear Ann Landers: My problem is an older man. I'm 16 and Brad is 29. His parents think I'm 20 and my parents think he is 22. He's madly in love with me, but I'm not in love with him. The trouble is I don't have the heart to break up with him. Brad knows how I feel but he Okinawa For Lesson Study Ruth and Lydia CWF Circles of First Christian had lessons on "Okinawa," at meetings held yesterday in members' homes. Ruth circle lesson was given by Mrs. Don Waymire. Mrs. Lee Harrison gave extracts on the subject from "On Asia's Rim," by Andrew Roy. Mrs. Roy W. Browning gave the devotional topic, "Are You Ready For Easter." Mrs. Albert Keefer was hostess. Lydia lesson was given by Mrs. Rodger Brink, Mrs. H. K. Stevens and Mrs. Frank Holden at Mrs. 0. H. Brock's home. Mrs. Ray B Kelly gave devotions. Circles Have Same Topic The lesson topic for Westminster Church circles yesterday was "The Broken Covenant," from the textbook, "One People of God." Dorcas circle hostess was Mrs. J. R. Cheney. The chairman, Mrs. Harold Crawford, led the worship service and Miss Carrie Adams presented the lesson. Martha circle was hosted by Mrs. Elmer Bell and Mrs. F. L. Bidleman in the church parlor. Mrs. S. S. Bergsma, chairman, presided and gave devotions. Mrs. R. 0. Harder gave the lesson. Lydia evening meeting was at Mrs. Larry Williams' home. The chairman, Mrs. John Douglass, presided and Mrs. Wallace Hart gave devotions. Mrs. S. M. Brock* way was lesson leader. The Ideal Finish for Children* 'Rooms! smartest and loveliest girl he has ever gone with. He wants to marry me next year when I graduate from high school. Please don't think Brad is going with me for sex. I am very moral. Tell me what to do.— MISS NEWARK Dear Miss Newark: People often ask me how I spot phony letters. Well, here is how I spotted yours. No parent can possibly think a 20-year-old who is still in high school is 'the smartest girl he ever went with." Now why don't you go do your homework? Chapter Has Obligation Ceremony A feature of the meeting last evening of Union Chapter No. 15, Order of Eastern Star, in Masonic Temple, was an obligation ceremony with all present participating. It was under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pence, worthy patron and worthy matron. During the ceremony, Mrs. James Kilgore provided organ music and Mrs. Lyle Fouts, chaplain, recited the Lord's prayer. The chapter elected two persons to membership and contributed $5 to Ransom Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Reynolds were visitors. Following the meeting refreshments were served in the dining room. Mrs. William Ogle and Mrs. Victor Hughes decorated the tea table using a patriotic theme with flags, a figure of Uncle Sam, miniature space rockets and red tapers in crystal holders. Mrs. Charles Waymire poured. The refreshment committee included Mrs. Clarence Reefer, Mrs. J. Wesley Trout, Mrs. James Trout and Mrs. Charles Waymire. Faith Guild Makes Plans For Events Faith Lutheran Guild voted Tuesday night to hold an LWML Day of Prayer at a later date, and to renew associate membership in Ransom Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Eldon Peter was chosen to attend the auxiliary membership coffee Friday. Plans were made for a special observance pf the church's 20th anniversary Sunday. Speaker will be Pastor Conrad Soderstrom, Springfield, Mo., former pastor of the church. A dinner will follow the morning worship service and a program be given in the afternoon. Mrs. Charles Blum was hostess for the meeting, assisted by Mrs. John Rodger. It was opened with singing followed by devotions by Mrs. Ralph Meharry who read from the Sermon on the Mount. The Lord's prayer was given in unison. Mrs. Bob Roberts, president, welcomed three guests, Mrs. Roy Reed, Mrs. Dewey Cook and Mrs. Harry Jordan. Mrs. Jordan presented the guild a gift of a 35- cup coffee maker in memory of her late husband. Mrs. Albert Masenthin gave the program topic, "Christian Women." Class Elects New Officers Earnest Workers class elected officers yesterday at the meeting in Trinity Methodist Church. They are Mrs. Harry Loyd, president; Mrs. Olevia Sieg, vice president; Mrs. Ben Gibson, secretary; Mrs. Irl Staley, treasu- er; Mrs. Gertrude Day, courtesy chairman; Mrs. Cora Melcher Sunday School secretary; Mrs. Fred Proffitt, teacher; and Mrs. Elsie Harbour, assistant. Mrs. Sieg led devotions and Mrs. Loyd played for group singing. Mrs. Fred Scott and Mrs. J. G. Lytte were hostesses. Plans were made to go to Mrs. Effie Gould's home for an all- day meeting March 20, to tie comforters. The committee for the sewing is composed of Mrs. Rosa Hartshorn, Mrs. Ella Porter and Mrs. Gould. Members reported 75 calls. Refreshments were served. Club Forecast THE SENIOR CLUB, Youth Center PEORIA-COLE Community, Cole School FAR and NEAR, Valley View clubhouse, Mrs. David Brown hostess. HAWKINS community, a p.m. talent night Newest Color Harmony PATENT & MATTE LEATHER Tone on tone pumps, exquisitely achieved by Galaxies in these gleaming black patent pumps updated with •mart matte leather. New vamp treatments for a smart fashion accent. Available on high or mid heels. COOK'S SHADOTONE SATIN ENAMEL Can be rubbed and scrubbed without barm! • Easily applied with bruih or roller. Flows-out smoothly. • Dries quickly .to satiny, easy- to-clean beauty. • • Dozens of smart, new colors. SUFFRON Also.. . SPRING BLUE PATENT Exclusively. . .Only At. . . ICHARDSON'S 212 S. Main State CWF Board Here Opening sessions of the Kansas Christian Women's Fellowship board meeting were held in Ottawa yesterday. Mrs. Jesse Sorensen, Holtbn, is president. Also present as a guest is Mrs. H. I. Rudduck, state CWF president of Indiana, and past vice president of International CWF. The convention is being hosted by women of First Christian Church. Preparing food for the luncheon yesterday were church women of Centropolis, Homewood, Princeton and Ottawa Christian churches. Miriam CWF group is preparing the Hawiian dinner for this evening. All women are invited to attend the Thursday evening session, 7:15 p.m. A reception will follow. Sessions will continue through Friday. Reviews Book For Program Miss Nell Barnaby reviewed Rachel Carson's book, "Silent Spring," last evening for Gar field Gardeners and Mr. Harold Crawford gave a discussion concerning the book. Mrs. Crawford was also a guest. Mrs. Louis Hardage was hostess assisted by Mrs. Howard Duncan, and Mrs. Jerome Minnick presided. Refreshments were served at the close. 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, 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. Baptist Circles Hold Meetings WMS circles of First Baptist Church held meetings yesterday in homes of members. It was announced that World Day of Prayer service will be held in First Methodist Church, Friday, March 1, at 2 p.m. Members were asked to contribute good used clothing for the thrift shop held in connection with the Central Seminary, Kansas City, also mattress covers and 3-yard and 5-yard remnants for the White Cross quota. Greeting cards, cancelled stamps and old nylon hose are still being collected to be sent overseas. Mrs. J. R. Henning is in charge of this project. Esther Greenmun devotional leader was Mrs. A. K. Rader. In her topic, "Challenges for Christian Growth," she spoke on the Bible, work of missionaries, commitments and worshipping with others. She closed with prayer. Mrs. A. B. Martin, program leader, was assisted by Mrs. J. S. Petersen, Mrs. George Lister, Mrs. John J. Pinney and Mrs. Howard Henderson in presenting a study on, "Adventure in Love, Inter-Group Friendships." She also told of an incident in Belfast, Ireland, while attending a conference last summer, about forming friendships with two women, one a Dutch writer and one a pastor's wife in Yugoslavia. She closed with prayer. The meeting was with Mrs. Willard Bass. Hostesses were Mrs. J. R. Henning and Mrs. Charles Fields assisted by Mrs. L. F. Lundtedt, Mrs. lone Dragoo and Mrs. Charles Quin in serving. Mrs. Quinn presided. Eleanor Stunson circle was hosted by Mrs. W. H. Douglas with Mrs. Loren Ames, Mrs. Wilbur Foulks and Mrs. Frank Thudium assisting. Mrs. Frank Pflug presided. She appointed a nominating committee of Mrs. Gene Mohr, Mrs. G. R. Fitzgerald and Mrs. George Underwood. Mrs. W. H. Dickinson, program leader, also gave devotions. She gave a report of the Miami Association meeting in Olathe in January and told of the work of Mrs. Thorbjorn Olson, Scandinavian Seaman's Mission in San Francisco. Mrs. Olson spoke at the Olathe meeting. Members rolled bandages and prepared greeting cards to send to missionaries. Eileen James circle met with Mrs. C. W. Bollweg, assisted by Mrs. Blaine Phillips and Mrs. Olive Carver. Mrs. Harold Letchworth, chairman, presided. Devotional leader was Mrs. Lillie McCullough, using the scripture, Matt. 13:16-19, closing with prayer. Mrs. J. B. Stewart gave the program study, "Women of the Bible." A nominating committee was appointed of Mrs. Leonard Allen, Mrs. S. W. Humphreys and Mrs. Glen Moon. Next meeting will be a potluck dinner on March 20. Give Verses ForRollCall HCH Club members gave Valentine verses yesterday for roll call at Mrs. Ernest Sink's home. Mrs. Sink was given a hostess shower. Mrs. Frank Wucko- witsch presided and Mrs. Chester Keim directed recreation. Mrs. Don Martin and Mrs. John Sink received gifts. Refreshments were served at the close. Visitors present were Mrs. Lulu Kimmel, Mrs. Claude Sink and Debbie. Beveled and Plain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home SUFFRON Glass Go. 418 N Main Ph. CH 2-2515 For ohead-of-the-gome shoppers Look-ahead Spring dress buy! First pick of cottons . . . cotton 'n acetate blends . . . our touch-of-spring fashions give to the new season new reasons to pretty up! See how the stripes light up your day . . . the way plaids play up your complexion ... the cheer of schiffli'd checks . . . the change of pace colors! Count on Periney's to quality-tailor them. And to make them very easy care. 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