The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 25, 1963 · Page 6
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'5. 1 THE OTTAWA HERALD <. - IKJhdiy,' Mtrch^ 25, 19« Ann Landers re On A Diet v» ^ ; • , , >>? * •• Ann Urfers: My wife's mother is one of the most wonderful women who ever lived. She has a heart as big as a moun- 'tain.- I love her as much as I love my own mother. But, Ann, I just can't , stand .her cooking. Whenever I eat dinner at her house, I get, heart burn and indi- gestirjn for two days. Ma cooks old- country ' style. Everything . is s w i mining in chicken • fat, She sets enough food ..on the ta- We to f^ed an array. And to make ' matters worse. Ma, always seats me Ana next to her so she can push my arm and say, "Eat, Harry. Eat." I wouldn't hurt her feelings for the world: 'This wonderful woman puts her heart and soul into her cooking; but I just can't look another jbjpwl of .chicken-noodle soup in tfielace. 1 1 My wife says I should write to • you. She can't figure a way out either, - HIGH CHOLESTEROL HARRY DeaV" Hairy: • Phone your doc tor. f He will be happy to take you off the hook. The .next time your mother-in- law invites' you to dinner say, "Look, Ma, the doctor has me on a special diet. I can't eat at your house until I get my cholesterol down." If you explain it she'll understand. • . . Dear Am Landers: I just read the letter signed "Irate" and for the first time in my life I feel compelled to toss in my two cents worth. My husband and I are also "Irate." We, too have been married seven years and have no children. Our friends also pestered, nagged and harangued us to death about being childless. We were called selfish, short -sighted, and were likewise warned that our marriage'Would end in the divorce courts. For five years we put up with crille inquiries; of friends, relatives, and total strangers. Then one day some smart aleck collared me at a cocktail party and asked why we didn't have any children. I replied in a voice which 4buld be heard across the room, I |I'm sterile." His jaw dropped fix inches ;arid hV'couIdii't get away from me fast enough. [This has t>een my stock answer ever since. -It shutf lup the bras- tiest boor; instantly BARONESS WASTE _,;>f * £ %** $. \ ;• '. i*'. J .''' "*i i ' '-,-*«'••" A 'V| Dear Baroness: Thank you for file jaw-dropper. (Mine dropped, too.) Here's another response to flie same letter: V '. • Dear Ann Landers: That letter signed "Irate" brought back bit- ier memories. For years I was plagued by'clods who wanted to ijnow why my husband and I had no children, Then one day, for the 500*h tune, I heard that familiar line, "You don't know what you're missing." Something inside snapped. I replied: < "Yes we do know what we're missing. Our friends have, told us. tye're missing diapers/whooping cough, measles, mumps, chickenpox, allergies, polio shots, floor- walking till dawn midnight rushes to the hospital, summers without a vacation, winters without a vacation, dental braces, PTA meetings, ti?d-up telephones, and smashed fenders. Yes, we are missing a great many things and we know it. Now, let's get on with the bridge game, girls." DENIED CHILDREN "Dear Denied: Thanks for your point of view. No one who has children can deny that you are right. I >And now perhaps some of our readers who are in a position to know will write and tell .you about the other things you are missing like chubby little arms around your neck, trusting eyes that say, ^You're wonderful," the deep sense of satisfaction that comes with seeing little children develop into useful and joyous adults. It's a list that could go on forever. Are you going steady? Making marriage plans? If so, send for 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 this newspaper enclosing, a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Spcmleties Chapter All, PEO, will meet with Mrs. C. A. Peacock Tuesday evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Proctor, Emporia, visited Sunday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Proctor and Harlan. : , Omicron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet Wednesday evening with Doris' Jane Hjorth. Easter Plan For Meeting Jdrs. Roy Armstrong gave a special report, "A City of Churches," at the recent meeting of Richter WSCS at the church. Mrs.. John Lederer was in charge of devotions. Mrs. Chester Burgess presented the program, "A Sign Unto ONLY $2.43 . . . This woujd have been the average yearly net cost between 1950 and 1960 for a $1,000 Ordinary Life Northwestern policy taken out in 1950 by a man age 35. SPECIAL AGENT ROBERT L SHIELDS Bennett Bldg., 3rd and Main Phone CH 2-4460 "Because there IS a difference" The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. You." Tfie AwnrsHp qenfer, bolic of the Easter'season, was an-arrangement of lavender, flowers, palm leaves,' olive 1 " branches and five red roses centered with a wooden cross over which hung a crown of thorns. This was placed on an altar covered with a purple cloth. Poems, paintings, and other illustrations representing early Christian symbols were read anfl shown. In closing, .Mr$. Burgess, sketched symbols depicit- # i » ing ee Mrs. Roger Monfort and Mrs. Haroldl Staadt were 1 hostesses assisted |by ,Stjs.i Jennie? bltfway. Mrs. John Staadt presided. were .presi- Beauchamp; vice president, Mrs. John Leder- Officers elected dent Mrs. Jack Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spears freasurer, Mrs. Hepry f Herbert Howeti; Mfi. fflf"» <* t secretary, MM. lette, Mrs., Don Johnson and Hn. , d^rimenl.lFred^ckWood. < " ' , secretaries, Mrs. Truman Milton, Mrs| Monfort, Mfi Harold Staadt,* W. f |Cr gess, Mrs? fed uchamp, Mrs. TOefHerald,pays $5 evert W*eS tyr^tatf.t^lWtfiirH by a reader. HARD OF If you hmye a Ueairlng problem yon are cordially Invited to attend the Special Hearing Aid Citato sponsored by Beltone Kansas City Hearing Service on, WEDNESDAY, INARCH 27th. NORTH AMERICAN HOTEL. Noon til ft p.m. f r * S \i f * J ' Don't Miss This! Have your hearing tested .without .obligation. With the new streanilltked Beltone hearing aid glasses, or tiny ear level aid, yon may be able to eliminate the STRAIN or E>mARRASSMENT caused by hearing loss. Hear better in gronps, church or distance. Make it easier for your family and friends to converse with you. Mark ybttr calendar now to attend. NO OBLIGATION. Users of other makes of aids also cordially invited. I CASH — Classified ,Sell Household j . • Goodi \.. ?: , : . I Quickly! | Economically! iDial CH 2-4700 .»**.•• • »• The Friendly Store Register! For Free Power Mower to be given March 30, 5 p.m, Must be 17 or over to register NO OBLIGATION Ends Nite Announcing—the First Major Improvement in Bedroom Furniture in Decades—Now at Gambles AVAILABLE AT LAST! A Sensible Size Double Bed for the Average American! It's no secret—the average American is considerably larger than his forefathers a generation or two ago! Isn't it time that the standard double bed grow up to fit Mr. and Mrs. Modern American? You don't have to be a six footer to need and want an oversize bed for real sleep comfort. And now, for the first time, you .don't have to pay extra to get it! FEATURES "New Size" 60x80" Double Bed Double Dresser and 4 Drawer Chest in AMERICAN WALNUT VENEERS 6" Longer-8" Wider than Conventional The average double bed , mattress is actually only 52" wide! That gives you and your spouse 2 ft. 2" of sleep surface—barely, room to turn around! And lengthwise, the story is the same—your feet are cramped—even a 5 ft. 8" man needs the extra length of Gambles new oversize bed. to stretch out! MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE You'll never believe the terrific difference this oversize bed means in comfort until you try it.. That's Mihy, we ..ask you. to install this suite in your own home for 30 days. If you don't agree it's America's biggest buy in sleep comfort, we'll promptly vejundyour money. Your Present Suite Perhaps you own a nearly- new bedroom suite. Even so, we urge you to try this new innovation in sleeping comfort. Move your present suite • in the youngsters' room—or you can sell it! There's always a market for good used suites. First at Gambles in oil America! A compfefe bedroom suite designed around our terrific new oversize double bed! It fits your bedroom—it fits your regular* bed linens. BEST OF ALL—IT FITS YOUR BUDGET—you don't pay a premium price for premium comfort at Gambles! This is a truly handsome suite in genuine walnut veneers. Note the curved drawer fronts on 50" double dresser and 4-drawer chest. All drawers are dustproofed and center guided with oak sides and mahogany bottoms. Top quality throughout... *f«ept for fitted iliMti, of covnwT S4-I650 • Plus Famous; Englander OVERSIZE 60x80 FOAM MATTRESS and BOX SPRING Yes! You get our famous Englander sleep set that fits the oversize bed to a "T"! Deluxe 4" urethane foam mattress; 10" high matching box spring with 4-way type coils, heavily insulated with sisat and felt. 14-1850 REPLACEMENT VALUE . . . $H9 95 Trade it in -- We have a good market for good used suites IF PURCHASED SEPARATELY YOU'D PAY $20 MORE! All 5 Pieces Bed, Chest, Double Dresser, Mattress and Box Spring ... NO MONEY DOWN Matching Nite Stand Big roomy drawer plus «h*H for books. $23 95 EARLY AMERICAN WALL PLAQUES! Each Early American ckarml CheoM from 2 florals, 3 familiar colonial scenes. Hooks (or easy hanging, Genuine Wagner Cast Iron FHYPAN Reg. 1.89 $111 1 Ea. Big 105-8"Wide 2" Deep-Size Bllie Enamel Roaster Regular 69c A sensational value at this low, low-price! It's an ideal size for everyday roasting, casseroles —12" in diameter, 6V 2 " deej).,,:Witfi, full ^s cover to ^ave space. 1 7368. . I ,:,'./':} J..-: •).;•£• Textured Italian Gloss Decanters; Elegant -- Dramatic 22" Tall - 2 Styles \ 4 Beautiful Colors Direct from Italy Reg. $ 1.99 to $2.99 99 1 C each Limit 3

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