The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 26, 1963 · Page 7
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Ann Landers Neurotic Wife Ruining Things Dear Ann Landers: I married a widow with a seven-year-old •on. She is a fine woman and we went together for almost two years so it's not as if we were strangers. Our wedding was Christmas week and we went away for a 10-day honeymoon. The 7-year- old boy stayed with his grandmother. The evening we returned from our honeymoon my wife told me the boy wanted to sleep in her bed and would I mind sleeping in t h e guest room for a night or two — until the child became accustomed to having a Am stepfather. I didn't like the idea but I agreed. I've been in the guest room ever since and am darned sick of it. I've told my wife a dozen times that my patience is wearing thin. She keeps saying the boy is sensitive and she doesn't want to disturb him emotionally. Last night she called me an "animal." If I'm an animal please tell me. If not tell her. Thank you. —• GUEST IN MY HOME Dear Guest: Your wife has fostered the neurotic dependency in her son because she doesn't want to be a wife. This sleeping arrangement suits both "children" just dandy. The woman needs professional help. She is destroying her marriage and ruining her son's life. Dear Ana Landers: Our son recently graduated from school of dentistry and opened an office in the suburbs. Al anticipated that things would be slow. It takes a while for a young professional man to build up a practice from scratch. The problem is our relatives. Two of his aunts, and an uncle have gone to Al for dental work. They all said something about being willing to take a chance on a young, inexperienced dentist because they know he needs the practice. They made it sound as if they were doing Al a favor. He sent them all modest bills which they refused to pay. They said if they had wanted to pay they would have gone to their regular, experienced dentist. What can he do about this? How can he prevent such occurrences in the future? - DOWN WITH REALTTVES Dear Down With: Al should write off the bum realtives and learn from the experience. A dental fee should be discussed with the patient (relative or not) before the work is done. This is not crass nor is it indelicate. It will prevent future misunderstandings. Dear Ann Landers: My wife started to write to you but she broke down in the middle of the letter and I am taking over. It's about our 17-year-old boy. He's handsome, built like a million dollars and does pretty well in his studies. He never noticed the girls until about a year ago. Then he began to get coweyes over a neighbor girl, 16. They went together for a few months and suddenly he lost interest in her. Wait till I tell you why. He has gone crazy over a 31- year-old divorcee. She slings hash in a beanery down town. We didn't even know our boy went to places like that. He thinks she's wonderful but we told him we'll take his word for it because we don't want to meet her. It's understandable that a young kid could become facinated with a woman of the world. But why in heaven's name would a 31-year-old look twice at a high school kid? What can she be looking for anyway? — NO NAME OF COURSE Dear No Name: Some older women are flattered by the attentions of a young boy. It makes them feel younger than Springtime. Other older women who take up with young boys are looking for a male child to mother. It's plenty sick no matter how you look at it. If alcohol is robbing you or someone you love of health and dignity, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Help For The Acoho- lic," 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. Club Topic Is Prayer Mrs. W. H. Douglas, guest speaker for Mothers Club last evening, chose the topic, "Prayer." Nineteen members attended the meeting at Mrs. Robert Winchester's home with Mrs. Arnold Club Forecast Wednesday OMICRON CHAPTER, Bet» Sigma Phi, Doris Jane Hjorth CHILD STUDY, Mrs. Harry Rybolt LAFALOT Club, Mrs. Ralph Welnhelmer TOT-TO-TEEN, Mrs. Warren Welen SKILTON MUSIC CLUB, Mrs. Ray Kelly MEDICAL AUXILIARY N. BAPTIST WM8 REBEKAHS SWEET ADELINES RICHARDSONS.... Wash 'N Wear Patents Specially Priced Our Regular $10.95 Opera Pump In High or Mid Heels... In Red, Blue and White Patent... - Handbags to Match - 2.95 to 6.95 EXCLUSIVELY... Richardson's Shoe Store 213 S. Main "As Usual — First With the Newest" Musical Tea Given By MPMClub Attending the MPM Club musical tea yesterday afternoon in First United Presbyterian Church were 35 members and 15 guests. Hostesses were Mrs. John Morton and Mrs. Kathryn McClure. Mrs. R. 0. Harder was in charge of the guest book. The club president, Mrs. Clarence Nauman, gave a welcome. Mrs. Raymond Lucas introduced the numbers. The program included a piano and organ duet, "Selection from "Swan Lake," Tschaikowski, Mrs. Lucas and Mrs. R. L. Stevens; poem, "Let All My Life Be Music," Charles Gilbert Spross, read by Miss Lola Sloan; two vocal solos, "Gypsy Love Song," Victor Herbert, and "Through the Years," Vincent Humans, by Dean Zook; piano and organ, "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," Victor Herbert, and "When I Grow Too Old to Dream," Sigmund Romberg, Mrs. Lucas and Mrs. Stevens. Following the program there was a tea with Mrs. Nauman presiding at the table. The committee serving included Mrs. Chalmers Clark, Mrs. Lelan Davis, Mrs. H. J. Nordeen and Mrs. R. F. Lollar. Hinderliter as co-hostess. Mrs. P. K. Worley was in charge. Roll call responses were on the topic, "Discipline That Works." Appointed to a nominating committee were Mrs. Hinderliter, Mrs. Vincent Skidmore and Mrs. Dudley Gibson. Pomona Host ToRebekahs Of District Rebekah Diamond Harvest Rally of District No. 8 was hosted last evening by Pomona Rebekah lodge with 70 attending. In charge of business was Mrs. Ruth Allen, Garnett, district president. The opening number was the theme song, "Mockingbird Hill," of Faye Foust, president of Rebekah Assembly. Mrs. Mae Burch led singing with accompaniment by Mrs. Ora Cook. A scripture reading by Mrs. Maxine Criqui was followed by the pledge of allegiance. Five of the six lodge deputies in the district were present to answer roll call. Mrs. Criqui announced the program which was arranged by the host lodge. It included two piano duets by Carol Baker and Billy Driver, two vocal trio numbers by Billy, Jim Bob and Roger Driver accompanied by Carol Baker; a cornet solo by Denny Criqui, and a vocal solo by Mrs. Burch. After a fun game the meeting closed with singing of "Blest Be The Tie That Binds." Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be April 29 at Wellsville. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Roundabout Art Program Mrs. B. F. Bowers, hostess for Roundabout Club yesterday, was also program leader. The program was a discussion of the last of 12 portfolios of Metropolitan Seminars in Art, "The Artist as a Visionary." It was the final session of the club year. During the coming year Mrs. F. R. Nuzman will serve as president and Mrs. M. H. Forester as secretary. Picket 'Christian Crusade 9 WICHITA (AP)—About 5 pickets marched in front of Municipal Theater Monday night before Edwin A. Walker and Billy James Hargis spoke at one of their Christian Crusade rallies. The pickets dispersed soon after the program started and there was no disturbance. A dozen policemen stood by as the pickets paraded on the sidewalk in front of the theater. A crowd of about 1,000 greeted the former Army general and the Tulsa evangelist with standing applause and flag waving. Walker declined to talk to newsmen. Hargis said they have encountered pickets at about four of their twenty appearances in a nationwide tour. The Wichita picketing was spon- EVERYTfflNG IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 sored by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The pickets were both Negro and white. Some passed out leaflets attacking Walker and Hargis as bigots and hate mongers. Some carried signs. One said: "We don't Need Racists Here, Walker." The leaflet said: "We object to what they have to say, not their right to say it." Receives Petition Retta Conclave No. 8, True Kindred, received one petition for the degrees last evening and voted a $5 contribution to the PTA milk fund. Mrs. Lee Finch presided at the meeting in Masonic temple. She announced that Mrs. Roy Priest, grand commander of True Kindred of Kansas, will make her official visit April 15. A letter was read giving the dates and program for the annual session of supreme conclave, April 25, 26 and 27, in Detroit, Mich. Several Ottawans plan to attend. Birthdays observed were those of Mrs. G. W. Ponton, Mrs. Melvin Sellers, Mrs. Nina Dixon, Mrs. Charles Waymire and Mrs. Finch. Wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. T. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones and Mr. and Mrs. J. R Raffelock were recognized. Refreshments were served by Mrs. O. 0. Wolf and her committee. Need a New or Used Sewing O Machine * Albright's Entertains Music Club James Ralston entertained the Boys Music Club at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ralston. Members played piano solos and duets. Brad Reynolds was awarded the prize for practice hours by the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Mrs. Ralston and James served refreshments to the 11 members and 10 guests present. Bruce and Gary Royse will entertain the club in April. 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