The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 11, 1963 · Page 6
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March 11, MM Ann Landers Man Doesn't Need Colorful Plumage Dear Ann Landers: Men make unkind remarks about what we Women wear. I'd like to express my views on men's fashions. The thing men call a suit is the most unimaginative, the dullest get-up ever stitched together. Why must men's suits be so drab? Why always a lifeless grey or a muddy brown? The,*! greys are n o t even true greys. And the blacks are not t r u e blacks. Men should rebel against dead colors which Ann have been foisted on them by convention bound manufacturers. Let them demand electric blue, shocking pink and emerald green. And why not an occasioal floral And why not an occasional floral pattern to liven up a dreary day? Don't say it can't be done, Ann. All it takes is a ball of fire like you to get behind the idea. Will you join me in this great crusade to revolutionize the men's clothing industry?—LOVER OF COLOR Dear Lover: Sorry, but you'll have to revolutionize the men's clothing industry without this "ball of fire." I haven't the faintest interest in seeing men in shocking pink or electric blue •uits. In the kingdom of our feathered friends the male has the colorful plumage to attract the female. The human male does just fine in his muddy browns and char coal greys. Dew Aon Landers: I've been fniag with a 33-year-old bachelor for almost four years. Sam's family likes me, religion is no .problem, and he is well-set financially. But he is extremely reticent about taking the big step. Sam wants a home and family and so do I. Last night he told me the stumbling block to our marriage is my "past." j He has heard gossip about me and insists that before we marry I tdl him everything so he'll know what he must face in regard to my reputation. I have no desire to think about my mistakes, much less talk about them. I also fail to see how this knowledge Wffl make him feel better, as he insists. I believe he should accept me as I am anc take into account the fact that I have been a faithful sweetheart Investors MORTGAGE BANKERS INCORPORATED for over four years. He claims ] owe it to him to make a full confession and "clear the air." My future depends on your answer.-SLEEPLESS NIGHTS Dear Sleepless: If the air isn't clear by now you can be sure "a full confession," complete with the names and numbers of all the players, will not help. Sam wants: (A) An escape hatch — "Sorry, but it's all too sordid, ray dear. I don't think I could ever trust you now." or (B) A nice fat club to hit you over the head with later. A man of integrity would not be interested in playing Truth or Consequences. Dear Ann Landers: Please tell me if I am right or wrong to ask my husband to do this simple thing. Milton is a tmck driver. I know he can take a coffee break any time he wants to. He leaves the house every morning at 6:30 a.m. By the time 8:00 o'clock conies around he is ready for a cup of coffee. I want Milton to come by the house and take our eight-year- old daughter to school. She is susceptible to colds and is now recovering from the mumps. He says he can't do it because it may interfere with his job. I believe he is just making up excuses because he doesn't want to be bothered. Milton thinks you are a smart woman. Maybe he will listen to you. Please print your advice so he can see it—TROUBLED Dear Troubled: The advice is PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK HOSTESSES FOR CHURCH PROGRAM - These five women were among hostesses for reception following rededication ceremonies yesterday at Ottawa's Bethany Chapel Baptist Church. From left are Mrs. Eleanor Allen, Mrs. Gladys Swindell, Miss Onetta Johnson, Mrs. Pauletta Connor and Mrs. Mildred Ellis. Hostesses not shown are Mrs. Eva Armstrong, Miss Jean Bartlett and Mrs. Roberta Wash. (Herald Photo) or you, not Milton. Your hus- and isn't driving that truck for iicks, Lady. It's his job and it's four bread and butter. It isn't air to him — or to his employer — to try to saddle liim with fara- ly assignments during his working day. Are you tempted to smoke be- :ause the crowd does? If so, send or Ann Landers' booklet, "Teen- ge Smoking," enclosing with your equest 10 cents in coin and a ong, self-addressed, stamped en- 'elope. Ann Landers will be glad to lelp you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this news- aper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Ottawan Winner In Audition The Kansas Federation of Music Clubs has announced that Jo Archer, Ottawa, was winner in the piano division of the Student Auditions Saturday at University of Kansas, Lawrence. Miss Archer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Archer, 1021 S. Hickory, is a junior at the university and studies with Richard Angelleti. Winners in the various divisions will compete in District Auditions March 23, in Jenkins auditorium, Kansas City. District winners will compete at the biennial convention of the National Federation of Music Clubs, April 18, in Pittsburgh, Pa. The Herald pays |5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. REVIVAL Church of Nazarene Special Musicians MARCH 6 thru 17 7:30 p.m. Each Evening The Baby Has Been Named The son born March 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Whitfield, Littleton, Colo., has been named Gregg Devon. He weighed 7 lb., 12 oz. Mrs. Whitfield is the former Jolene Brink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brink, 610 S. Cedar. Mrs. Brink will leave by train tonight for Littleton to visit lier daughter and family. HIGH RATE ON SECURED SAVINGS Your money regardless of the amount is secured by high grade mortgages and resource* of over $1.000,000.00. Our Investors have never lost a cent! And twr «MMjr ft available whenever you "Mj It Money received or postmarked by the 15th of the month earns from ' * *** '* ** Atk mkvtt *«r konus f* In. CIWTM jr«w ••mint* »• 4%, _JMMtt «M« mi SAVE By MAIL .PIMM Qp«n Account. IndlcaU Typ«j MM*Mf__ Joint Tenancy— *IIT <*] 'si- 1 /nv.stor.s i These STARS hold a better future for you! This emblem identifies a full-service tank. PEOPLES NATIONAL is such a bank. The big advantage of a full-service bank, like PEOPLES NATIONAL, is that, by law, it can do more for you than others can. For example, among our many, many services are checking accounts, savings accounts, personal and business loans, and thorough financial advice. . .all under one roof. We'd like to help you. We think we can. Guaranteed Interest KB on Certificates of Deposits Issued for One Year Meet Your Friends at "The Friendly Bank" MEMBER F.D.I.C. Off Q&C Legion's Birthday Warren C. Black Post No. 60, American Legion, will celebrate its 44th anniversary with a potluck supper in the basement of Memorial Auditorium. The families 'and veteran friends of the American Legion and the American Legion Axui- liary are invited to attend. The post will furnish fried chicken, bread, coffee and ice cream. Each family is to bring a covered dish and personal table service. The guest speaker will be Hugh A. Smith, Jr., the department finance officer who will give a short talk on Boys State and other Legion programs. Entertains Music Club Cindy Durbin entertained the Girls Music Club recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Durbin. Club members played piano solos and duets. Cindy was awarded the prize for practice hours by the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens Mrs. Durbin and Cindy served refreshments. Fourteen members and 15 guests were present. Susan Wittmeyer will entertain the club April 3. Club Forecast AMBRICAW lEOiON, *ost W* . . Auxiliary birthday supper, Memorial Auditorium, 6:30 p.m.,/ US ARMY MOTHERS . MERRY-Od-RbtJND, Mr§. 1*0 Kirkwood, Mth »nnlvera»ry dtowt Md cookie exchange / CHAPTER AU, PEG, Uri. 8. F« / Bottera 7 CWBC, Lee'« ctfe HEM, Mrs. Frieda Kissinger PRINCETON CIRCLE No. 33, ItdtM of OAR, Princeton city hall EVA MARTIN WMB Circle, N. Baptist Caurcb _ WESLEYAN SERTIOB OOXU>, »tW» Methodist, church UDND-A-HAND, Trinity Methodlrt Church i BOOTS and BUSTLES Square Dane* Club MARCIA CUDWORTH WMS Irclt, Mrs. Merle WUlhtte Does Memory Bloom in Your Thoughts? Pinking Shears /""X and Scissor /NECCHI\ sharpening SEWING CIRCLE Albright's 118 £.8*-Ottawa, K? helping Kansas develop and prosper Without a strong telephone system offering an array of specialized services, it would be impossible to attract new business and industry to Kansas. Nor could companies already located here continue to grow and prosper, without first-class telephone service. Providing this essential service is, however, only one way that Southwestern Bell contributes to the growth and development of Kansas. Here are some other ways: Jobs for 5800 Kansans who earn $31 million a year •Construction costs averaging $29 million annually for expansion and improvement • Local telephone taxes amounting to $8V4 million a year • Additional local purchases made by tha company and its 5800 employees. Providing jobs for Kansas people ; ; . helping pay for essential coma munity services through taxes . . . spending millions to make telephone service better to serve you better ... all solid evidence of how the tele* phone business contributes to Kansas' development and prosperity^ Looking at it another way, Southwestern Bell's role m the state's economy equals, each year, the impact of several new large industries locating plants in Kansas. And we intend to continue our construction program year after year as long as it is economically sound to do soj SOUTHWESTERN BELL 1 Making telephone service better to serve you better

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