The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 6, 1963 · Page 4
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4 TUB OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday. March «, 1KB Ann Landers Push The Pawer's Paws Off Of You Dear Ann: I want to be fair so I ^ will start off by saying I've had many male teachers and most of them were gentlemen. But this male teacher I am writing about is a problem, not only to me but to other girls. This teacher is , the only one in the school who teaches a specialized subject and there's no way to avoid him. Bluntly, he can't seem to keep his hands off the g i r 1 s. When I ask him An a question he puts his head close to mine and whispers into my ear. Sometimes he adjusts my beads or flattens my collar or straightens my hairbow. Yesterday he put his hands around my shoulders when he talked to me and I almost died of embarrassment. This was in front of the whole class. He does the same thing to many girls so it isn't just me. So far as I know he never goes any further than just pawing, but it makes me uncomfortable and I don't know how to handle it. Can you help?—JUNIOR MISS Dear Miss: More often than not, pawers, touchers and nudgers are unaware they have the habit. The best cure is to gently but firmly remove the pawer's hands from your shoulders, beads, collar or what have you. Make a point of what you are doing. He will become aware that this habit is annoying to you and can then set out to overcome it. Dear Ann Landers: I'm considering marrying Linda whom I've been dating for two years. The only thing standing in the way is a problem which may have no significance but it's gnawing at me and raising doubts. Linda frequently calls me Chuck which is not my name. Chuck is a fellow we are both acquainted with, but so far as I know she has never gone out with him and there is nothing between them. Linda seems normal in every other way and can remember everybody else's name. Why can't she remember mine? Only yesterday she phoned her mother in my presence and told her that "Chuck would bring her home about 11:00 o'clock." Can this mean that Linda has Chuck on her mind and that I'm a fool to consider her for a wife? -NOT CHUCK Dear Not: People often misspeak themselves. Every mother alive has called one of her children by another child's name. In fact some mothers go through three or four names before they hit the right one. The next time Linda calls you Chuck — say, "Yes, Ophelia." Dear Ann Landers: The letter from the grandfather who was disgusted because he received a birthday gift with a card which said, "With love from Bonnie, Don, Mac, Sue, Hal, Mary, Gerry Debbie — etc." was wonderful. I'm a grandfather, too, and like the man who wrote, I select gifts for my family with loving care. Yet, year after year, my children send me things which show so little thought I'd prefer no gift at all. For Christmas my daughter sent me a leather belt which is six inches too small. My son sent a heavy wool shirt, the kind men in Michigan wear for hunting. I live in Miami and have no use for such a shirt. Another daughter sent cuff links. I don't own one shirt with French cuffs. My 11-year-old grandson sent me a cake of soap, which was the only gift I could use. Strangely enough, his mother wrote and apologized for the gift, thinking I might be offended. Please tell people, Ann, that sending a gift just to take care of an obligation is no compliment. And the receiver can always tell. —ALSO COMPLAINING Dear Also: You've made the point, Cramps. I can add nothing but my thanks for writing. 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. 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. Couple Plans March Vows Mrs. Laurence L. Cooper, Ft. Scott, announces the engagement of her daughter, Ann, to LeRoy Detwiler, son of Roy Detwiler, Mound City, and Mrs. Richard Cowdin, Ottawa. The ceremony will take place March 23, in the Cooper home. Miss Cooper is the daughter of the late Dr. Laurence Cooper, Ft. Scott physician and surgeon. She is a sophomore at Pittsburg State College where she is majoring in nursing. Mr. Detwiler is a senior Pittsburg State College. at Travelogue For Program Mrs. F. E. Warner gave the program for Ottawa Branch, American Association of University Women, last evening. It was a travelogue of her trip around the world. Mrs. E. V. Meyer was hostess and Mrs. Ralph Loyd poured during serving of refreshments. With Mrs. Meyer on the committee were Mrs. Warner, Mrs. Wanda Baird, Mrs. Harold Crawford, Mrs. John Bushman, Mrs. Jack Roberts and Mrs. Trexel Warren. Reinstate One Member VFW Auxiliary reinstated Mrs. Robert D. Altic as a member at a recent meeting. Mrs. Sam Bird, Jefferson City, Mo., was a guest. It was announced the Auxiliary bowling team took Class A in the recent city tournament. Mrs. Victor Sowers reported on the recent anniversary party of the post and auxiliary. Mrs. William Hull and Mrs. Clarence McFadden served refreshments. Club Meets For Coffee Past Presidents Club of Beau- ceant was entertained yesterday morning by Mrs. Merle Marmon with Mrs. Harry Brink in charge of business. The hostess planned the program on the topic. "What Lent Means to Me." Each member gave thoughts on the subject. The remainder of the time was spent making Easter tray favors for Ransom Memorial Hospital. Donate To Heart Fund Highland Avenue Club donated ?2 to the Heart Fund at the meeting with Mrs. Verne White yesterday. For roll call members told of their favorite ways to cook potatoes. Mrs. Albert Masenthin was in charge of devotions and business. Games, visiting and serving of refreshments followed the business session. Your Want Ad is read by over 25,000 people. The Winners of Shoes Couple Married In Connecticut Beverly Denese Davis, Rock tioned at Sikorsky Aircraft with Hill Road, Woodbridge, Conn., became the bride of Lt. Frederick Stanley Morrison, USNR, Feb 23, in the Mount Carmel Congregational Church, Hamden, Conn. The bride is the daughter of Capt. George Washington Davis V., USN, and Mrs. Davis, formerly of Arlington, Va., and a niece of Dr. Jachin B. Davis, Rock Hill Road, Woodbridge, Conn. The bride's parents are en- route to Midway Island where Mr. Davis will be the commanding officer. Mr. Morrison is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frederick Morrison, Ashtabula, Ohio. He is sta- For the Best in DRYERS gas or electric They are Keen as The KEEN Co. 114 S. Main the US Navy. The Rev. Joseph Peters performed the ceremony which was followed by a reception at Waverly Inn, Cheshire, Conn. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white wool suit trimmed with white mink, and a white pillbox hat trimmed with lace. She carried white roses on a bride's white Bible. The couple wfll live at 37A, WQ< lard St. New Haven, Conn., after March 5. Mrs. Morrison attended California Western University, San Diego, Calif. Her husband was graduated from Hiram College, Hiram,'Ohio, and is serving with the Navy. Mrs. Morrison is the granddaughter of Dr. Josaphyne E. Davis and the late Dr. George W. Davis, and of Mrs. W. E. Neff, Everett, Wash., formerly of Ottawa, and the late Rev. W. E. Neff. The Herald pays |5 every week for the best news tap turned in by • reader. calling all youngsters to come in and see the new spring Young America's Finest Fitting Shoes O'Connor's Shoes 205 South Main 120 W. 3rd 1. Nellie Harris, L&L Cafe, Ottawa, Kansas 2. Diana Welborn, Ottawa, Kansas 3. Terri Morton, 723 Locust, Ottawa, Kansas 4. Mrs. Clarence Swallow, Pomona, Kansas 5. Naomi's Tavern, N. Main, Ottawa, Kansas Come In and See the Styles that are Arriving the last of this week. All are new and beautiful. "When You Think of Shoes... Think of Bonnie's Shoe Box" West 3rd Phone CH 2-3391 WHAT'S NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S SUPER SPORTS-that's the only name for them! Four entirely different kinds of cars to choose from, including bucket-seat convertibles and coupes. And most every one can be matched with such sports-car type features* as 4-speed stick or Powerglide transmission, Positraction, tachometer, high performance engines, you name it. M If you want your spice without sacrificing the luxuries of a full-sized family car, try the Chevrolet Impala Super Sport. It's one of the smoothest road runners that ever teamed up with a pair of bucket seats. It even offers a new Comfortilt steering wheel* that positions right where you want it. • The new Chevy II Nova SS has its own brand of excitement. Likewise the turbo-supercharged rear- engine Corvair Monza Spyder and the all-new Corvette Sting Rays. It's simply a matter of deciding how sporty you want to get, then picking your equipment and power—up to 425 horses in the Chevrolet SS, including the popular Turbo-Fire 409* with 340 hp for smooth, responsive handling in city traffic. •optional at atom edit Pictured from top to bottom: Corvette Sting Ray Convertible, Cortair Monza Spyder Convertible, Chevy II Nova 400 SS Coupe, Chevrolet Impala SS Coupe. (Super Sport and Spyder equipment optional 4 extra coat,) e f 's Showroom CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC 412-418 South Main St. Ottawa CH 2-3640 n v Store CARPET CLEARANCE Entire Stock Included — We're clearing our racks to make room for '63 patterns. 1 Roll Only 100% All Wool Carpet Hi-Low Loop — Rubberized back — Close Woven -- Long Wearing. Was 4.95 &*% 88 i- Yd - NOW * J mm Sq. Yd. 12x12 Size at this Low Price now only $46*08 or 1.25 wk. 1AAO/ Continuous M-_•.-.—. 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