The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 15
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 15

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DRAPES THE WAY YOU WANT THEM—Alma Marzolf now is working In Quin's drapery department where they offer everything you need for your window curtains. Custom made drapes are a specialty. (Herald Photo) Schools Get Planetarium PARSONS, Kan. (AP)-Powell Awbrey, Parsons manufacturer, announced Saturday the gift of a planetarium and a science center to the Parsons Board of Education. •'•'.;..' . ' •' •;:...• ',..'• Hie facilities will be available PERFECT POISE ON EVERY HEEL HEIGHT! - Pictured above is part of new spring collection of exquisite footwear by "Town and Country" and Risque shoes available at O'Connor's Shoes, Ottawa. (Herald Photo) Ann Landers Cruel To Punish An Innocent Girl Dear Ann Landers: A short time ago a girl in the local high school had a baby out of wedlock. She was not wild or promiscuous. It was just a case of going too steadily and too seriously with the same boy. This unfortunate girl has a younger sister who is a close friend of my d a u ghter's. They belong to the same youth group. T he troup is having a dance in April a n d the girls must ask the boys. The sister invited two boys AIM and they both turned her down. They told her candidly they had nothing against her but their parents forbade them to go with her because of what happened to her sister. The poor girl is heartsick. She has even considered quitting school. Do you see any justification whatever for the actions of the parents? I'm too involved to evaluate the situation properly. Please comment. — MRS. J.R. Dear Mrs. J. R.: No justification whatsoever. The action of these parents is shocking. To punish an innocent girl for something her sister did is not only cruel but senseless. If this is the standard of justice the parents are setting for their sons I feel sorry for all of them. Dear Am: My husband and I have been married six years. We drive a nice car, and have a pleasant apartment. George makes a good salary and so do I. I turn my check over to George every week. He handles all the money and pays all the bills. He gives me $5 a week for bus fare and lunches. We are in debt about $2,000 but all our payments are made on time and everything is under control. If I bring home a toss cushion for the sofa he goes into a rage. He says, "That was not in our budget." If a sale on dresses comes along he says I can get along without a new dress. Yet, he buys doodads for himself and doesn't think a thing of it. I hate to admit it, Ann, but I'm afraid to spend a cent. What is your advice?—MRS. SCROOGE Dear Mrs. Scrooge: Five dollars a week is not enough for car fare and a decent lunch. And what happens if you tear a pair of hose? Cash your own check and keep 25 per cent of it do with as you please. And instead of steaming silently why don't you replace the marshmallows in your spine with a little sterner stuff and discuss this openly with your husband? He is taking advantage of his wife's stupidity as well as her timidity. Dear Ann Landers: For the past ten years my husband and I have taken our vacation in April. We've always gone to visit my parents who live in Vermont. This year we are faced with a serious problem which involves our German shepherd who is just like a child to us. Shep is very gentle if people are nice to him. We have always taken him with us when we visited the folks. For the last couple of years we've had a little problem because mom's housekeeper, Maggie, does not like Shep. Maggie said Shep bit her but there were only nip-marks on her leg and I would hardly consider it a bite. I'm sure Maggie must have kicked Shep or done something mean to him because he is very sweet. Anyway mother wrote and said we are not to bring Shep with us this time. I feel it is very selfish of her to put her housekeeper's wishes before our Shep. Please tell me what we should do.-R.G. Dear R.G: Your mother told you what to do. Leave Shep home. Does almost everyone have a good time but you? If so, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "How To Be Well-Liked," 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. Thief Goes, Cash Stops MEMPHIS, Tenn., (AP) - A would-be thief grabbed the cash register at a service station and fled. But the electric register was plugged to a wall socket and when the cord ran out the cash register stopped abruptly. The thief kept going. Russia Claims Potent Bombers LONDON (AP) - The Soviet Union claims it has intercontinental bombers whose air-to- ground missiles can strike any place on the globe. A Soviet correspondent, who said he flew a mission in one of the bombers, said the plane's captain told him the planes never came closer than a few hundred miles to target and "this is why it is practically impossible for the enemy to hit us with his antiaircraft defenses." The Defense Department in Washington said the equipment sounded similar to the U.S. Hound Dog missile. THF OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 18, IMS to students and teachers in the Parsons area, as well as the general public, in the study of space science and related subjects. The center is expected to be completed and all equipment installed by Aug. 1. ALL-WEATHER FASHIONS., rain or shine coats... 10.99 • MM sMtt-gray sWM... our clastic ali-waathfr coats are real charmers in their own right. This colorful tapestry tweed not only repels water gallantly, but is also treated to resist wrinkles and stains. Set in sleeves, slash oockets, fully lined. Sizes: 8/18 MODE O'DAY 210 S. Main in We have arranged to have a leading child photographer at our store on the dates shown below. Artu age, cunu riuwlm of accompanied Lu a parent u;ifi2, Le pkoto- La/ing CO&M,. a ONE complimentary color portrait will be given to each FAMILY as a gift from our store. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY to get a living color portrait you will treasure always. Several poses are taken and low cost additional portraits are available for those who wish them. This is our way of saying 'Come in to see us.' If you are one of our many regular customers, this is a Thank You' for your patronage. Incidentally we believe these color portraits to be something really special. These are beautifully posed portraits — not snapshots, so dress the children colorfully. Western Auto Assoct. Store 109 S. Main Ottawa, Kansas Wed. -Thurs., March 20-21 HOURS: Wed. 11:00 AJL to 7 P.M. Thurs. 9:00 A.M. to 5 P.M. SPEED QUEEN PREMIUM BARGAINS on new SPEED QUEENS WASHERS & DRYERS! Sale Starts: Wed, March 20 Ends: Sat., March 23 Hurry fo MaloH's Blue Ribbon Special GE Steam & Dry Iron Reg. Price $17.95 2 Speed — 5 Water Temperatures — 2 Cycles and Filter. Buy Now No Money Down WHh Good Working iraae 3 Heats Safety Door Door Filter All Porcelain Top $ 14995 With Purchase of SPEED QUEENS Buy Now No Money Down HARDWARES APPLIANCES Phone CH 2-4565 116 S. Main model 50 Buy Now No Money Down $9995 with good working trade

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