The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 7, 1963 · Page 5
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Ann Lnnden She'll Remember Marvelous Dad Dear Am Landers: I'm • girl, 16, who would like to comment en that letter from another teenager who signed herself, "Living But Respectful." When her father died, her mother insisted that the whole family cut themselves off from all social life and entertainment. . Our dad died two years ago. Mom told us even before the funeral she wanted us to go ahead and do everything just as we did when dad was living. She urged us to carry out t h e same routines — to keep active and busy. Mom never allowed us to feel sorry for ourselves. She impressed on us that we were luckier than most kids because we had a wonderful father for a short time, which is better than having a poor father for a long time. We know, too, that God gives us as many years as he wants us to have. Our dad's memory is something we must always strive to live up to. I, for one, can't see myself doing anything that would disappoint him.—LIVING, TOO. Thank you Dear living, Too: for a beautiful and sensible let ter. Your dad must have been a marvelous man. And you were doubly blessed because you have a wise and understanding moth er. Dear Ann Landers: I am years of age — old enough know better - but I didn't. I am expecting a baby in June by man who is married. He gave me the old line about being sepa rated from his wife and promisee to get a divorce as soon as her health would permit it. I don* want to bore you with the story Aim, it'a the same one you mus hear twenty tunes a day. I bought myself a wedding ring at the dime store and everyon at work thinks I am married to an army officer who had to go overseas. I know, legally, this man must •upport my child but I don't want anything from him. All I want is to use his name when I check into the hospital. I'd hate to go in under "Miss," and I'd die if they stamped the word "illegitimate" on the baby's birth certi- If you want a list of the homes or unwed mothers in your vicinity send me a self-addressed, tamped envelope. I'd be glad to help you. That's what I'm here or. Dear Ann Landers: Congratu- ations on your down-to-earth sensible advice. Now, 'may I have some? My husband is a'good - looking, successful executive. We've wen married for 20 years — or Mrhaps I should say, I have been married for 20 years. As you enow a wife is always much more married than her husband. Yesterday I received an anonymous phone call from a woman. She told me she had walked in- o my husband's office and caught him embracing his secretary. She said she later had a talk with the secretary and warned her to leave my husband alone. t didn't recognize the caller's voice and she refused to reveal identity. All she would say is "I am a friend." I'm ill over this and don't know what to do. Shall I tell him about the phone call? I have no reason to believe he is cheating on me but they always say the wife is the last to know. — UN. D. SIDED Dear Un: If you would allow an anonymous telephone call to make you ill, you have mighty little faith in your husband. Tell him about the phone call calmly and dispassionately. Make it plain that your faith in him remains unshaken. He should be alerted that somebody is trying to break up his marriage. Are you going steady? Making marriage plans? If so, send for Entertains Allegretto Suzanne Unruh entertained the Allegretto Club Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Unruh. Members played a program of piano music. Susan Finch and Susan Waymire gave memory recitals and received awards from the club sponsor, Mrs. M. A. Welty. Members did written theory work. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Unruh and Suzanne to 19 members and guests. OU Students Give Program For Club Foreign students at Ottawa University gave the program Wednesday evening for OU Women's Club meeting in West Dorm Dr. Ann G r e e r introduced the students. Each tolc some facts about himself and his native country. Lawrence Davila gave a vocal solo accompanied by Dorothy Goodwin. Mrs. Emory McKenzie presided at the refreshment table which was decorated with dolls from foreign countries and miniature flags. Others on the committee were Miss Amanda Rosenquist, Mrs. H. L. Price, Mrs, Margaret Adrian, Mrs. Peter Flusser, Miss Esther Kennedy, Mrs. Gene Miller and Mrs. F. A. Trump. The evening was spent visiting with the students. CWF Focus On Life On Campus "What Happens on the Cam- jus," was the theme for the Wednesday afternoon meeting of First Christian CWF. Guest speakers were Ottawa University students, Carolyn Fisher, Ottawa, and Adelia Dieffenbaugh, Wichita. They told of Christian influences on the campus and in dormitories and of student services to residents in nursing homes and to under priviliged children. Mrs. Roy W. Browning's devotions were on the same topic. - The group voted to send a monetary gift to Miss Leta May Brown, Kansas City, Kas., retired missionary who served many years in India. She has spoken in Ottawa several times. She will go soon to Lenoir Home, Columbia, Mo., a home for retired missionaries, ministers and their wives. A group from Ottawa plans to attend her farewell reception at Central Christian Church, Kansas City, Kas., Sunday afternoon. Plans were made for guest day at the April 3 meeting. Women The Baby Has Been Named The son born March 5 at Ransom Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Melvin Weber, Richmond, has been named Ricky Allen. He weighed 8 lb., 6 oz. WSCS Study Session At Trinity Giving the Trinity Methodist WSCS lesson, "Report From the Lands of Decision," yesterday was Mrs. Elsie Harbour. She wa: rom the CFW ian churches Miami Counties will be invited. Officers elected for the coming 1 year, which starts July 1, are Mrs. Aaron Drumwright, president; Mrs. R. D. Waymire, first vice president; Mrs. Ed Crawford, second vice president; Mrs. Frank Holden, secretary; and Mrs. Howard Doyen, treasurer. Mrs. Lloyd Brown and Mrs. Ed Crawford were hostesses. Ann Landers' booklet, "Before You Marry — Is It Love Or Sex?", 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 mis newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Socialettes Women's Fellowship of the Church of the Brethren tied two comforters and cleaned the kitchen at an all-day meeting in the church yesterday. Mrs. Hazel Floyd and Mrs. E. E. Watkins were hostesses. Mrs. Charles Du- TFSCS Group Has Study Giving the lesson, "Interpreting the National Council of Churches," yesterday for Union Chape! WSCS was Mrs. D. R. Willhite Mrs. Harold French was host ess assisted by Mrs. John R. Forrer. Mrs. J. E. Thornton con ducted business. For roll call members reported 32 calls anc 47 cards. Mrs. Russell Savage, guest, 16 members tended. and four children at- groups of Chrisof Franklin and assisted , by whose topic Miss was, Hope Mott, "Pakistan"; Mrs. Emile Barnes, "Argentina"; and Mrs. Walter Pohl, "Southern Rhodesia." Mrs. Anna Bryan gave the closing prayer. Miss Mott played for group singing and Miss Mildred Tay lor led devotions. Departmental secretaries reporting were Mrs. Max Cartmill, Mrs. Harry Loyd, Mrs. A. E. Sullins, Mrs. Elmer Perkins, Mrs. Walter Pohl, Mrs. Ben Gibson and Mrs. Henry Alban. The recommended financial goal was accepted and the nominations for officers and secretaries approved. Mrs. Max Cartmill was in charge of the world bank service. It was voted to send a monetary gift to the Girls School in Korea and the help on two missionary tours. Mrs. Harry Loyd was chosen as delegate to the annual conference in Emporia March 28 and 29. ACE Meets In Library Ottawa Branch Association for Childhood Education, held its meeting last evening in the children's room of Carnegie library where Miss Nell Barnaby displayed books and gave short reviews of late books for both adults and children. Following the informal discussion the president, Miss Nancy Lollar, conducted a business session. Chosen as delegates to the ACEI convention in Miami, xbecei nonventon inc Miami, Fla., April 20, will be Miss Grace Metz and Mrs. Mae Likes. Miss Eleanor Lloyd was elected second vice president to fill ic vacancy caused by the death f Mrs. Isabelle Jacobsen. Plans were discussed for the tate ACE convention to be in Ottawa, Oct. 5, on the theme, Essential Keys for Every Child." THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday. March 7, 1963 WMS Votes Donation Maza Evans WMS circle of N. Baptist Church voted yesterday to send $5 to a foreign missionary, Rev. Charles Moore. After group singing and prayer Mrs. J. H. Kirkwood gave the topic, "Living in Grace." Mrs. 0. 0. Tucker presided and named Mrs. A. W. Keefer and Mrs. Lalman to work as a nominating committee. The love gift was $5.16. After the closing prayer work was done on a quilt. Mrs. Everett Chapman and Mrs. Denny Peterson served St. rick's Day refreshments. Pat- NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE on our... Newstand $1.00 A Copy John G. Kaiser Drug Store (In Masonic Bldg.) The Herald pays $5 every week or the best news tip turned in iy a reader. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctor's prescription, our product called GALAXON. You must lose ugly fat in 7 days or your money >ack. No strenuous exercise, laxa- ives, massage or taking of so- called reducing candies, crackers, cookies, or chewing gum. GALA- XON is a tablet and easily swallowed. When you take GALAXON, you still enjoy your meals, still eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because GALAXON depresses your appetite and decreases your desire for food. Your weight must come down, because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. GALAXON costs $3.00 and is sold on this GUARANTEE: If not satisfied for any reason just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. No questions asked. GALAXON is sold with this guarantee by: KAISER DRUG STORE - 420 S. Main. Mail orders filled. r ficate. Please help me.— DUNCE CAP Dear Friend: You may not use the man's name. It belongs to his wife. Make up another name, or put a Mrs. in front of your own. Moreover, the word "illegitimate" is no longer stamped on birth certificates regardless of the circumstances. Mond gave devotions. Carolyn S. 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